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Aug. 7, 1991, Cloverdale Reveille, Page 5 " eLog Monday, July 29 rote on Mulberrry St. in vehicle 400 block W. discovering theft than $1,500. Case under man arrested on suspi- intoxication. man arrested on suspi- I)UI at US101 & Industrial. )ute on Furber Lane. Tuesday, July 30 traffic accident, ve- ditch, US101 & CHS dog disturbing the peace burglary via front win- on W. 3rd St. man arrested on sus- the 300 block of N. Blvd. icloth wallet with red stripe St. Wednesday, July 31 reports receiving har- hone calls. Investigation Y parrot with red tail and bald Ichest missing from residence Rd. Thursday, August 1 reported stolen from located at City Park. key found in front of Post accident at US 101 & Hot Rd. involving 4 vehicles tin minor injuries. water main at US101 Suspect vehicle de- brown/white diesel truck boy on back. Left S/B on Party noises disturbing the peace area of 1st Street Bridge. B01 BMX Chrome, blue & black bike found area of 1st & Crocker. Friday, August 2 Physical altercation 200 block S. Cloverdale Blvd. results in arrest of Cloverdale man on suspicion of public intoxication. Checkbook and wallet taken from vehicle in front of residence 100 block N. Jefferson. Small pink/white Huffy G01 bike found in front yard of residence on Railroad Ave. Inflatable snake taken from front yard tree of residence on W. 4th St. Two horses loose at Portofino Way & Jefferson St. Stray black kitten found 600 block N. Cloverdale Blvd. Bank robbery reported at Bank of America. Suspect apprehended in front of police station. Ukiah man arrested on suspicion of public intoxication at Main & Lake. Saturday, August 3 Neighbor dispute on E. 2nd St. Geyserville man arrested on suspi- cion of DUI 100 block Healdsburg Ave. Sunday, August 4 Station report of head injury due to vehicle rollover on Hot Springs Rd. Two Cloverdale men arrested on suspicion of being under the influ- ence of a controlled substance. Cloverdale man arrested on suspi- cion of DUI at US 101 & Elbridge. Three keys on silver key ring found at Kleiser Park. Barking dog disturbing the peace on Haehl St. Physical altercation results in Cloverdale man being arrested on suspicion of assault and battery. raises batting e a point to .272 ! Brian Sumpter Rowland hit another home week for the Toledo tema- tie. the former Cloverdale also raised his a point to .272. He in 250 at-bats for the Mud the top catching pros; tn the Detroit Tigers minor  organization, has belted eight and 16 doubles for the Mud He has knocked in and scored 42. ) competing for the Mud Hens Fort Bragg prep star John a 2-2 record with a in six appearances on the He has struck out 27 in 31 innings. Rowland and DeSilva are two of six former Redwood Empire stars who have advanced to Triple A ball, the highest level in the minor leagues. Other pitchers are Santa Rosa's John Wetteland, Mark Zappelli and Tim Meeks. Wetteland is 3-3 with a 3.22 IRA for Albuquerque (Dodg- ers), Zappelli is 1-1 with a 3.60 ERA for Edmonton (Angels) and Meeks is 2-6 with a 3.46 ERA for Buffalo (Pirates). Recently promoted to the Triple A ranks was Rich Casarotti of Peta- luma. Casarotti is batting .262 for Richmond (Braves). Wetteland, Meeks and DeSilva have also appeared briefly in the majors. ROOTS & RELATIVES Subscribe TODAY to the overdale Reveille Your Hometown Newspaper Since 1879 P. O. Box 157 Cloverdale, CA 95425 or call City Seniors enloy varied activities Cloverdale seniors have a wealth of activities they can enjoy. The Cloverdale Senior Multi-Par- pose Center, located at the Grange Hall on the corner of Second and Commerical, and Kings Valley Sen- ior Apartments, at 100 Kings Circle. offer many acitivities, services, and programs for .seniors. At both facilities Seniors may en- joy activities ranging from games and movies to informative speakers. Services run from blood pressure .screening to Medicare and Insur- ance Counseling. One of the most important services the Senior Center and King's Valley provide are the free lunches. Both offer the same Senior Nutrition Ac- tivities Program or S.N.A.P. According to Rosemarie Martin- ique, head of the S.N.A.P. program at the Senior Center, "So many people feel that for this meal program you have to have a low income. The only thing you have to do is be over 60' However,younger spouses of those who are 60, can also have a free lunch at the Center. At Kings Valley the entire public is welcome but those under 60 must pay $3. S.N.A.P lunches are also available to seniors unable to make it to either Kings Valley or the Center. Meals on Wheels is available at both places. Both deliver anywhere in to'n. To have your lunch at the Center or King's Valley or to receive Meals on Wheels, reservations must be made one day in advance. One of the Senior Center's services is the Green Thumb Program, which offers training to low income persons over 55. One senior who takes advantage of the program, Esmer Medina, said "It tunes up my body. It's better than sitting around in the house. I wish everybody would be doing some- thing instead of sitting at home watch- ing T.V." Another .senior who enjoys the Senior Center is Rot'co Santomenna. About the center, Mr. Santomenna says he likes "Everything. There's a nice group of people who come here including the young ladies who run it.There are just enough activities to keep me going. I look forward to meeting them a couple times a week." Kings Valley offers Volunteer Weather Picture ! High Low Rain 97 57 00 ] 92 57 High Low Rain. ] , i7," 95 62 O0 ,,; 88 63 85 61 84 6O 92 60 [ luly 3O 31 Aug. I 2 3 4 5 Wheels a program that works out oI Santa Rosa. Seniors who need rides out of Cloverdale to their doctors can call Kings Valley in advance and a van from Volunteer Wheels will pick them up and bring them to their ap- pointments. Activities at Kings Valley are a Bridge club that meets twice a month and Canasta that meets once a month. They have movies Wed. at I p.m. and penny a card Bingo twice a, week from 7 to 9 p.m. The first and third Saturday of every month they have a potluck at 5 p.m. and the cond and fourth of every month a brunch at noon featuring scrambled eggs, hash browns, bis- cuits and gravy. Once a month they have a bus that takes people to Reno and arts and crafts classes are offered on Tues- days and Wednesdays. Their rvices include a podiatrist that comes in the third Friday of every month;a counselor for the aging, and blood pressure screening. While many of the activities and services offered at the Senior Service Center and Kings Valley are the ,same, it is beneficial to the seniors to give them a choice of where they want to go and what services or activities they wish to enjoy at any given time. L 4 ii iii Baby News Birth Announcements from Healdsburg General Hospital Lindenbusch, Ronald & Barbara of Cloverdale at Healdsburg General Hospital. Girl 8 lbs. 3 ozs., June 2nd. Privat, David & Jodi of Geyserville at Healdsburg General Hospital. Girl, 7 lbs. 8 1/2 ozs., June 3rd. Weaver, Brian & Kelly of Geyserville at Healdsburg Gen- eral Hospital. Girl, 8 lbs. 12 ozs., June 5th. Klein, Robert & O'Neill, Natalie of Cloverdale at Healdsburg General Hospital. Boy, 8 lbs. 9 ozs., June 20th. Duran, Miguel & Matilda of Geyserville at Healdsburg General Hospital. Boy, 7 lbs. 6 ozs., July 3rd. Bray, Carl & Gale of Hopland at Healdsburg General Hospital. Boy, 8 lbs. 7 ozs., July 13th. 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