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P Page 2 Volunteers honored See Page 3 Published weekly since 18 79 1879 i 118 years of serving the community Sonoma County, CA August 13, 1997 ....  bomb discovered on offic,00rs patrol car :< Iscovered on the back of Cloverdale Police Officer car at his home Aug. 6. (Top) A member of the Sheriff's Explosive Ordinance Disposal Squad ap- device. (Bottom) The patrol car after the device was The device Included pipe, tape, a battery, clock and wire. go for the SS iah O'Brien cruise. from headquarters of O'Brien Liberty notified American Le- 293 that the engines and the ship will the World War and their friends. final date has not twas suggested by the officer that group to set to information re- Wednesday, Friday for a group in would have the noted that Saturday ship is crowded as easily toured. date announced later this !writing, the Post has s.Thebus group can Therefor6, sailing on Ship still afloat, short. Aug. 14, res- t be made by any- in enjoying the who were not lucky a trip on a Liber- World War II, many "experts" to explain anything one wants to know. You may even learn things ,you don't want to know. The ship will get underway at 9 am and usually returns to Pier 32 at 3:30 pro. However, should a foreign country attack our shores, be ready to man the battle stations" if you can locate them. For veterans only-- if you can find your dog tags, it would be interesting to learn how many still have them. While out "at sea"you can dance on deck to the pleasing melodies of the time (wwII), It was suggested by the ship's office that youngsters under 12 years old not make the trip--as it may be uninteresting to them. The voyage will last about 6.5 hours, and they may become bored. Men and women may be inter- ested in shopping in the ship's store for memorabilia concern- ing the ship's history. Raffle tickets for a ship's cruise in May will be sold during the cruise. As mentioned last week, a catered buffet luncheon will be served while on the "high seas". The total cost is $125 per per- son which includes the bus trip to and from San Francisco and the Jeremiah O'Brien cruise. Those interested should call 894- 9056 or 894-3640 for additional info or to make reservations. Vol. CXVIII, Issue 33 35 Cents Fake bomb found on police car At approximately 6:15 am, Wednesday, Aug. 6, Cloverdale Police Officer Marcy Runnings drove by the home of fellow Of. ricer Mike Davis and spotted a suspicious object on the rear bumper of his marked patrol car. Runnings stopped and investi- gated the object--finding pieces of pipe, wrapped in tape with a battery and a clock attached to several wires. Residents living in neighbor- ing houses on Merlot, in the Vineyard Meadows housing de- velopment, were evacuated and part of Franklin Avenue was closed off to vehicle and pedes- trian traffic. The Sonoma County Sheriff's Explosive Ordinance Disposal Squad was called to the scene. The EOD Squad used a water canon and shot a jet of water at the object destroyingJt. They determined it was a hoax  bomb with no explosives. " Merlot residents were able to return to their houses at approx- imately 9:30 am. An investigation into the inci- dent is ongoing. The incident is not believed to be related to an explosive device found at Ex- change Bank in November of last year. Police are also unsure if the fake bomb was directed at Officer Davis, specifically, who has been on the force since Jan- uary of '96, or if it was directed towards the department. According to Police Chief Rob Dailey, there are no suspects or further information available. The William Russell Ledford Post 293 of the American Legion presented its annual $1,500 donation to the Boys and Girls Club last week. Above, Legion Finance Officer AI Ahders gives the check to Club Treasurer Richard Gutlerrez. Amedcan Legion Post 293 gives $1,500 to Boys and Girls Club The William Russell Ledford Post 293 of the American Legion presented its annual $1,500 donation to the Boys and Girls Club last week. According to Post 293's Finance Officer AI Ahders, the donation fulfills one of the main purposes of the Legion, "to safeguard and transmit to posterity the prifiipals fjti, freedom and democ- racy. Our posterity is the youth of America. If we iil to transmit to them the principles and values we hold dear, then all the sacrifices of our veterans will have been in vain," he said. According to Ahders, this is the reason the American Legion National Headquarters encourages all local Posts to support Boys and Girls Clubs, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and any volunteer organization that promotes character-building and old fashioned virtues of honor, service, loyalty, patriotism, courage, responsibly, leadership, etc. "In addition to the above, the Children and Youth Committee of Post 293 is pleased to also support the Future Homemakers of America, Project Graduation, Boys State and Girls State, Youth Environmental Conference, High School Oratorical Contest, 8th grade Citizenship Awards, Children's Halloween Party, 4H Club and various scholarships," Ahders said. At their Aug. 6 meeting, the Planning Commission put the finishing touches on the annex- ation of several properties, changing them from a pre-zon- ing designation of "S" (Study) District to general industrial, industiral park and highway commercial zones. The proper- ties were placed in the interim district until the completion of the annexation was recorded in III II III I I I I II I '"'"' "' ' ' " .................. " '' Pac Bell Personal Planners approve re-zoning Communications April of this year. proPerties to hook up to city System approved The re-zoning will next go to water and sewer and, with ap- the City Council for approval, proval, build much larger facili- Properties involved include ties than would be allowed in the MGM Brakes, DeLaura, and part county jurisdiction. of Reuser Inc., re-zoned General The process started in 1994 Industrial; Part ofLousianaPa- when Bruce Reuser, owner of cific and Reuser Inc. re-zoned Reuser Inc. submitted an app]i- Industrial Park; and part ofL-P cation for annexation and pre- re-zoned Highway Commercial. zoning of a 71-acre area known According to City Planner Joe as the Southeast Industrial An- Heckel, annexation allows the nexation. lllll The Cloverdale Planning Com- mission approved a use permit for the long-term placement of a Pacific Bell Mobile Services Per- sonal Communications System (PCS) next to the Ritter Reser- voir site (the big blue tank visi- ble in the hills west of Cloverdale High) at their Aug. 6 hearing. A Pacific Bell PCS was already put in place on the site tempo- ptsa rum to bk p July 30 was C:loverdale Day at the Sonoma County Fair and several Cloverdale notables turned out at the winner's circle at the race track to congratulate winner Larry Lauberge. His horse, Jackson Fork, beat outthe competition wtth a time of 51.4 esconds In 4.15furlongs winning a purse of $5,300. (Pictured, from left) Resident Dabble Pecrault, the horse's owner Larry Lauberge, Will Jopson of Clever- dale Ace Hardware, Miss Sonatas County and local resident Plerratte Roberts(m, residents Lucllle Sink and Mary Sink, Irmgard Gates, Nancy and Bob Jahn, Carol Chese, two fair officials, Jocky Jim Bumes, the horse Jackson Fork. The Cloverdele crew provided the winners with congratulations and a bottle of wine.