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PAGE 2 -- WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3, 2011 ,, CLOVERDALE REVEILLE CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA Monday, July 25 4:14 a.m. Report of a verbal argu- ment between a male and female on Garden Cir. 9:46 a.m. Local restaurant owner reports a vehicle was stolen over- night. The vehicle was found on Levee Rd. wrecked. 9:56 a.m. Caller on N. Cloverdale Blvd. reports two family vehicles, both unlocked, were entered over- night and property was stolen. 11:40 a.m. Caller on S. Cloverdale Blvd. reports his neighbor has a mounted video camera aimed at his door. Officer reports parents are us- ing the camera to keep an eye on their kids. Matter was resolved. 12:57 p.m. Caller reports her purse was stolen from a shopping cart that she left momentarily unat- tended in front of a store on S. Clo- verdale Blvd. 3:23 p.m. Citizen requests an of- ricer advise a known subject to stay off his property. 5:09 p.m. Citizen requests to speak to an officer regarding a ve- hicle that had been towed off of Rockpile Rd. 8:03 p.m. Caller reports a male subject who is hitchhiking is throw- ing rocks at vehicles that don't stop for him. 8:40 p.m. Report of 15 to 20 male subjects in an altercation at the City Park. 11:43 p.m. 911 caller reports a male subject is throwing rocks at her window on Clark Ave. Tuesday, July 26 12:06 a.m. Report of four or five male adults making lots of noise on Ioli Ranch Cir. 12:20 a.m. Report of a loud party on Chelsea Cir. 11:04 a.m. Victim's advocate re- ports possible child abuse. 11:48 a.m. Report of an elderly female driving in the turning lanes and not staying in her lane in the area of Ray's Market. 12:55 p.m. Report of a verbal ar- gument between subjects on S. Clo- verdale Blvd. 8:06 p.m. Report of a dog barking non-stop on Elbridge Ave. $3,000 In Cash i ; Privacy., Space & Views Large home at the end of a private road with deck, pergola and custom outdoor kitchen. Borders a large ranch. 1885trimble.com $695,000 Ran & Jane Pavelka 894-1575 Fabulous Private Getaway Open beam 3BD/2BA + loft on two usable acres with river access. Walls of windows, deck and scenic views! 32625geysersroad.eom $629,000 Lisa Dawson 953-9545 Privacy Surrounds Great 2BD/2BA with no homes behind you. Enjoy the open floor plan and easy-maintenance yard. $335,000 Patty 484-0589 or Elissa 694-8821 Large Home rivate Setting Lots of space in this Victorian-inspired home - 4BD/3BA, hardwood floors & master suite with views. Close to town. $263,000 Ran & Jane Pavelka 894-1575 Cheery & Bright Open, airy floor plan with foyer, combined LR/DR, kitchen and breakfast nook looking out to front patio & eastern hills. $264,500 Debbie Adler 292-0688 Courty.ard Condo Wonderful condo within walking distance to downtown & parks. Fireplace, country kitchen, den/office & enclosed patio. $225,879 Ran & Jane Pavelka 894-1575 From the pages of the Cloverdale Reveille Throu0h the 00ars Matters that are More or Less of Interest By loyce Mann August 5, 1911 100 years ago: Temperatures The people of Cloverdale are very much interested in the possibility of the establishment of a free library for Sonoma County, with Cloverdale Low Rai___nn as one of its branches. It is a plan whereby the county can go in together July 25 . 92 54 - and by co-operation have a library with services many times greater July 26 91 55 - than each community establishing a library on its own. In the county July 27 94 56 - system, Cloverdale would be supplied with magazines and a collection July 28 93 53 - of books based on the needs of the community. The collection would be July 29 91 55 - changed in part or entirely based on the changing needs of Cloverdale. July 30 85 56 - In addition Cloverdale can call for any other book within the county or July 31 80 55 - state system. All expenses will be paid by the county and state, which will provide the individual borrower, complete free library service. Rainfall YTD 0.00 - Last YTD 0.00" A Texas rancher has just produced a clip of mohair to be used by makers Data from Cloverdale Fire Dept. of hair goods. A high grade of mohair is very fine, silky and has a "  beautiful natural wave. While theoretically the idea of a goat 1 9:54p.m. Report of loud music on being used to adorn beautiful :: i:: r Orange Dr. women is repulsive, when the Wednesday, July 27 mohair is treated an expert can- 2 1 12:32 a.m. Officer out with a sus- not distinguish it from the real i:ii i:! ::':: ..... / picious female subject on W. Third article, l St'1:26 a.m. Report of subjects being August 3, 1961 - 50 years ago: i City Council at its meeting de- really loud on Ottoboni Dr. cided by a three to one vote to 9:20 a.m. Citizen requests to go ahead with construction of make a report regarding a neighbor the south end section of a water issue, system. Cost is estimated at 2:54 p.m. Caller reports he be- about $50,000. The project calls HISTORICAL i t lieves his caretaker has Stolen men- for the laying of a 12-inch water i CORNER' ey. main for approximately 2800 1- O J 4:12 p.m. Request for an officer to feet from two well sites just check the welfare of a female sub- ject in front of the Owl Cafe. Officer transported subject to her destina- tion. 4:25 p.m. Citizen reports a dog locked in a hot vehicle on N. Clo- verdale Blvd. 5:31 p.m. Citizen requests to speak with an officer about a do- mestic issue. 6:48 p.m. Male juvenile requests to Speak with an officer regarding a family issue. 7:14 p.m. Caller reports he is out with a juvenile subject who may have stolen his bike. 9:52 p.m. Caller on Chelsea Cir. requests an officer patrol the area due to heavy foot traffic and possi- ble drug issues. 11:34 p.m. Officer warned and advised subjects about curfew on Lake St. Thursday, July 28 7:47 a.m. Caller requests to speak to an officer regarding custody/ child visitation issue. 9:58 a.m. Caller reports finding a tame peacock on Josephine Dr. 12:20 p.m. Caller reports six Waste Management canspushed into the trees on Hatteras Way. 3:08 p.m. Citizen reports her ve- hicle was taken and totaled. 4:04 p.m. Caller from Shell Gas Station reports receiving a counter- feit $100 bill. Officer reports the bill appears to be authentic. 5:17 p.m. Caller on Alter St. re- quests to speak with an officer about a suspicious picture that was sent to him. 8:05 p.m. Report of a big dog fight on Hardister Dr. Caller states it sounds like multiple dogs are kill- ing another dog. Presented by Jeff and Tina Tate WHICH OIL FOR YOUR VEHICLE? When replacing or topping off en- gine oil, always use one with the "vis- cosity" (tendency to flow slowly or quickly) recommended by the manu- facturer. To find the viscosity of sin- gle or multi-grade motor oil, check the starburst display on the container that shows the numerical code devel- oped by the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE). The lower the num- ber of a single-grade oil, the better it flows at cold temperatures. With multi-grade oils, the first number in the code (such as "10W in SAE 10W- 30) means the oil can be pumped by the engine at a temperature as low as a single-grade 10W oil The second number indicates how well the oil will flow when heated to 212 degrees F. or higher. Do you have any questions about which sO of N your car needs? When!s the last time you got anoil Change; anyway ff you haye any your last NI ange then it's timeto stop by; or give ;us acafl: We; don!t just :ange your oil and filter, peffo a ntenance ehe each and eye time you come in that helps keep yoei ca running efficient.  and Safe Gie us a call today for a:aPintrnni And for your conve; nihei e ffer seice while;you wait as wail as early-bird and after- ;;HomOtOwnService Jeff and Tina Tate are the owners of Cloverdale Automotive & Tires, located at 210 So. Cloverdale Blvd., Downtown Cloverdale 707-894-1072 south of the former Coastal Plywood plant. This main will connect with a 6-inch main in Tarman Park. Plans also call for instalhition of two pumps, a chlorinator, a pressures census, and a control house. If you see a PG&E lineman with this strange-looking gun, he's stringing power lines, not hunting. Canyons, dense streets, streams and other obstacles slow up power line construction. But, not with a modern line- throwing gun! It can shoot a light line more than 400 feet over obstruc- tions - the power line is attached and hauled through otherwise impassable sections, quickly and economically. Saving time and con- struction costs with efficient methods is another example of PG&E's 'creative engineering as it builds ahead for a state on-the-grow. August 6, 1986 - 25 years ago: Sirens sounded on and off throughout the weekend, and fire trucks roared through the streets as Cloverdale played hosts to firemen's mus- ter teams from all over Northern California. Muster teams from nearly 40 departments entered the events of the two-day muster to determine the Northern California champs in each event. Cloverdale's teams per- formed slightly below their usual standard as the teams did double duty as hosts. Never the less, Cloverdale netted second in three of the six events they entered. What's a firemen's muster like? If you like your action in short, intense, speedy, highly skilled bursts, then check out a muster. As an example, the ladies' hose cart competition. The object is a wheel a loaded hose cart from the starting line 100 yards to a hydrant, open the hydrant and with the water stream knock down a target, while being timed. Cloverdale's time - 33.60 seconds. Besides who can pass up the trappings of a muster - Dalmatian dogs, red suspenders, sirens, and handle bar mustaches. 8:54 p.m:alter reports a group of male subjects just threw a table and benches into the creek at Furb- er Park. 11:02 p.m. Officer out with a sub- ject on School St. for driving with- out a license. Friday, July 29 8:03 a.m. Caller reports someone threw a bench into the creek at Furber Park. >PLEASE TURN TO PAGE [NTITIIIf)L? [ )I",4(;N d,'llJl "q( ) HunterDouglas Open Tuesday - Saturday 894-8665 115 N. Cloverdale Blvd. i I Richard Nicholls, DDS I Crown & Bridge Root Canal Dentures Bleaching Emergency Appointments CEREC Computer Design for New Crowns 894-3986 114 N. Main St. New Patients Welcome www.mycloverdaledentist.com