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Page 2, Cloverdal Reveille, July 30, 1997 %&apos;.:i ii!i!:'" "!!ii:i "i ......... . takes the lives of two A grisly vehicle accident on July 26, at 5:50 pro, took the lives of two people near Comminsky Station Road on Highway 101, ap- proximately five miles north of Cloverdale. According to the Highway Patrol Officer Burke, David Vernon Smith, age 49, out of Santa Rosa was drivinghis 95 Hyundai four door sedan when he apparently drove offthe shoulder of the road, overcorrected and went into a slide. Officer Burke alleges that Smith's car slid into the path of Dylan J. Surprise, 16, of Pleasanton, who was driving an '84 Honda Accord. Surprise did not have time to take evasive action and slammed into Smith's car. Smith was declared dead on scene from massive injuries. Surprise sustained moderate injuries, as did two of his other passengers, sisters ages 12 and 18. However, his passenger Liane Pruiksma, 18, of Pleasanton died from massive head injuries. According to Officer Burke, neither of the fatalities were wearing seatbelts. The accident is still under investigation. Pajama All 2-5 year olds are invited to attend this month's Pajama Sto- Nail  Nai & Pedicures Hair Design H. Styling (formi Hll it lllll  by Kltll) FREE NAIL ART Barbara Nelson 894-3501 Storytime at Library July 30 rytime on Wednesday evening, July 30, 7-7:45 pm at the Clover- dale Library. Bring a friend and join us in celebrating "Good Books--Good Friends . Bring a friendly frog and watch the film, "A Boy, A Dog, and a Frog.  All frogs and frierids will have fun as we make a froggy crai to- gether, too! Monday, July 21 Man reports a white Chevy Blazer in the area of Chablis Way is speeding. Driver was con- tacted and warned and advised. Man reports that threats have been made against his life. Tuesday, July 22 Non-injury vehicle accident-- reported at S. Cloverdale Blvd. Man reports someone dumped two trash bags on Cherry Creek Road in the county area. Longs reports electric trolling motor taken from in front of the store--suspect drove off in a brown pick-up with a brown/tan camper. Mary Walters self-surrendered at the police department on a warrant. Cited to appear. Man reports his pick-up was tampered with while parked at Silva and Haehl Streets. Two male suspects leR on an orange- red motorcycle. Wednesday, July 23 Robert Stratton self-surren- dered on a warrant. Cited to appear. Ambulance requested for sub- ject stung by a bee at the CDF station. Taken to HGH. Ckecie OHr i-lo#r<00! ft..50 tAd ,;o /0 ?Ad Thursday, July 24 Quik Stop reports a male juve- nile stole two 24 oz can cases of Budweiser. Woman reports subject on the roof of Cloverdale Chiropractic threw a light bulb. Two male adults and one juvenile arrested for petty theft, and being drunk in public. Report that a tin shed behind the United Church was vandal- ized. Washington School reports door vandalized. Woman reports juveniles had possibly placed a smoking de- vice in mail box at Furber Lane. Mails lightly damaged. . Prowler seen at 100blockin N. Main St. area. GeyserviUe man arrested for drunk driving at S. Cloverdale Blvd. and Elbridge. Fr/day, July 25 Cloverdale High reports sprin- klers and drinking fountain dam- aged during the night. Woman at N. Washington St. reports headlight taken from vehicle Wednesday night. Possible water leak reported behind the library. Public Works reports it was a broken sprin- kler. Anonymous report of a pig making noises at Lake Street. Officer unable to locate the pig. Marina Sunseri self-surren- dered on a Sonoma County war- rant. Subject cited to appear. Saturday, July 26 Male juvenile arrested for be- g drunk in public and curfew violation. "Woman at Orange Drive re- ports her car stereo was taken from her vehicle during the night. River Park vandalized. Vehicle accident reported at US101 and Comminsky Station. 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He passed the GED and lei'r school He loved the ocean and for a time lived in a houseboat, drama at the College of Matin. He was an avid mountain biker, and worked as an auto and boat recently, he managed a print shop in San Francisco. Timothy's enthusiasm for nature led him to study birds He was a popular volunteer with the Golden tory, where he caught and tagged birds for release. His brother wrote, For the last few years Timothy and alcohol, several times fighting offthe grip of addiction. a restless, vibrant soul. A curious intellect. And a natural Timothy otten found in himself a strength he didn't recognize and couldn't harness.  He took his life on Independence Day. He is survived by his adored fiancee, Lisa Cutler of San cisco, his brother Mark and sister-in-law Rachel, his sister lean, and numerous loving friends, including Becky Cynthia Grant of Cloverdale. At Timothy's memorial service at the Bayview Boat Club 13, Robert Louis Stevenson's poem Requiem was read: Under the brave and starry sky, Dig the grave and let me lie. Glad did I live and gladly die, And I laid me down with a will. This be the verse you grave for me: 'Here he lies where he longed to be. Home is the sailor, home from the sea, And the hunter, home from the hill." Monday, July 21 Smoldering spot of grass be- hind Washington School--no damage, cause unknown. Thursday, July 24 Assisted police with a ladder at East First Street. Grass fire reported at High- way 101atAsti. Volkswagon Bug destroyed--caused by fuel leak. Friday, July 25 Smoke check at School Street. Nothing found. Oven fire on Main St. Smoke detector heard by neighbor, Kevin Moore. Fire was discov- ered in the oven and extin- guished before was able to spread from the oven. Minor smoke dam- age. Saturday, July 26 Structure fire at Louisiana Pacific facility on Kelly Road. Fire destroyed vacant office building--cause believed to be arson. Mutual aid--vehicle accident at 101 and Squaw Rock. Roach Helicopter transported. Vehicle accident reported on Highway 128, no injuries. Grass fire os way 101 and ( Divider. Cause unknoWV. City streets targeted for repairs At their July 23 Cloverdah City a resolution a street maintenance tions of Hillside Dr., Street, Second ington Street. Each year $50,000 is for street maintenance condition of city uated, and then each prioritized for repairs. Accordin Perrault, $50,000 is cover street that there are some in the City that are in shape the $50,000 suffice. He said the City focus on streets that sustain the life of with s maintenance. Specializing in the Cloverdale and Heal 3 & 7///! S E IIOMES & VINES (707) /'),1-5,1 ;I 7 "Satisfaction Guaranteed/" Colleen Jone You Only Need One. At Edward Jones, youl get personal service from one investment representative who can help you with all your financial needs. 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