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Page 2, Cloverdsle Revollle, August27, 1997 Space available on October' m Jerimiah O'Brien cruise 1_ Officers and youth to compete in drag races Sears Point sponsors program Cloverdale High School youth interested in Drag Racing will have a unique opportunity to compete with uniformed police officers driving marked patrol cars at the Sears Point Interna- tional Raceway. Sears Point management has for many years sponsored an amateur program of drag races allowing young drivers to test their cars and driving skills un- der controlled conditions, rather than on public streets, Police Chief Rob Dailey commented when he requested approval from the City Council to partic- ipate in the events. The Chief discussed possible concerns the Council might have regarding damage to a patrol vehicle and workman's compen- sation claims in the event of a police officer's injury. He pointed out that potential damage to a patrol vehicle was COA daily money management program geared for seniors The Council on Agings Daily Money Management Program can assist senior citizens with keeping track of bills, expenses, income and financial records, reconciling the checkbook and maintaining bank accounts. This program can help to pro- tect a loved one from financial exploitation, prevent unneces- sary expenses associated with delinquent bills and avoid dupli- cate payments. For a complimen- tary consultation call our Daily Money Management Counselor at the Council on Aging Services for Seniors at (707)525-0143. "Experience teaches you to rec- ognize a mistake when you've made it again.--Anon. something he and his officers lived with every day and that damage was much more likely to occur on public streets than on a drag strip. He also felt that it was less likely that an officer would be injured in such a race under controlled conditions than in the line of active duty. Dailey explained that the pro- gram had been halted because of insurance concerns but that the City's insurer was now willing to accept the 10 million dollar lia- bility coverage provided by the raceway. He told the Council that the drag race program was an ideal way for officers to meet. local youth on a friendly one on one basis. "Usually our only contact with them would be when issu- ing citations," Dailey said. The Council agreed to the pro- gram but with the condition that Cloverdale participate only if young local drivers were taking part. This program at the Raceway is largely completed for this year, according to Police Chief Rob Dailey. iiiiiii0000!ii!00 WEATHER AUG. 11 Hi: 90 Lo:52 AUG. 12 Hi: 96 Lo:52 AUG. 13 Hi: 88 Lo:65 AUG. 14 Hi: 90 Lo: 65 AUG. 15 Hi: 90 Lo:62 AUG. 16 Hi: 84 Lo:58 AUG. 17 Hi: 80 Lo:59 Monday, August 18 Non-injury vehicle roll-over accident reported 2.5 miles out on Highway 128. Woman at N. Cloverdale Blvd. reported someone entered her house and took two bracelets and cash. Tuesday, August 19 Report of a white dump truck speeding and driving recklessly at S. Cloverdale Blvd. and US 101 overpass. Officer was un- able to locate it. Wednesday, August 20 Someone tried to enter the United Church during the night. Man reports someone at Clo- ver Market is wearing his 49er's jacket that had been stolen from his vehicle a few weeks ago. Anonymous report ofjuveniles drinking alcohol and possibly lighting fireworks at City Park. Juveniles gone on arrival. Report of two male juveniles trespassing and drinking alco- hol in a barn at South St. CHP request back-up at N. Cloverdale Blvd. and Third Street while searching a vehicle. Thursday, August 21 Report sent to district attor- ney concerning damage done to trees in 100 block S. Cloverdale Blvd. Two suspects. Juvenile warned and advised about curfew violation. Woman reports another worn- ports window had been opened and jewelry box moved. Man reports woman is making threatening phone calls. She was arrested making threats and taken to county jail. Woman reports her husband was making suicide threats and left for Lake County. He was located by the sheriffs depart- ment. Friday, August 22 911 report of male juveniles north bound 300 block ofN. JeF ferson using loud, profane lan- guage. Unable to locate. Saturday, August 23 911 report that a female juve- nile on Fourth had been beaten up by a man. Juan Manual Pena arrested for two outstanding warrants. 911 report of sparks and possi- bly a fire in the laundry room at Manzanita. Sunday, August 24 Woman at Elbridge reports her neighbor purposely sprayed her with water through their fence. Woman reports her neighbor is throwing garbage and tires onto city property. David Trask self-surrendered on warrant. Report of a subject removing covers to valve boxes at Hillside and School St. He was arrested for assault with a deadly weap- on. an took misc. tools from her Report of juveniles drinking house, alcohol in 600 block of Cherry Man at North East Street re- Creek Road. Cloverdale High Cheerleaders bring back old tradition The Cloverdale High School Cheerleaders are bringing back the school song and hope that the alumni and staff at the high school will help. "Following are the words to the school song and we hope everyone will come to our first home game against Tomales on Friday, Sept. 12, starting at 5:30 pm and help revive that old "School Spirit'. Let's join in with some of the other schools and back our teams through- out the year by showing that wonderful "Cloverdale SpiriC, noted The priority status for World the American Legion War II veterans interested in the Jerimiah O'Brien cruise in San Francisco Bay has now passed and anyone, veteran or non-veteran may sign up for the cruise. The chartered bus will leave Cloverdale on Friday morn- ing, Oct. 10 for the trip to San Francisco. Plans are for the bus to arrive at 9 am in order for the passengers to have time to tour the Jerimiah O'Brien before sail- ing on the Bay. There are enough veterans who have sailed a Liberty ship during the war years to become unofficial tour guides for the Cloverdale group. The veterans are both former Army and Navy members thus giving the group stories from both services. As reported before, the cruise on the National Historical Mon- ument costs $100, which will go towards support of the ship. An additional $25 will be charged for the round trip bus to San Francisco. The cruise offered by the Wil- fund-raising event. The born after a talk to the naires by Mrs. who has been histor and particularly in O'Brien because her worked on the tion at Marin Shi an artist she water color. A catered luncheon served on the deck as to 1940's Big Band "The Unicorns . music of the era will be{ on the deck. The ing the engine room store will be stocked ping. Reservations can be calling 894-9056 or Those reserving and the trip will be first come first Additional informatios published as it is confirmed. Lois Fawcett Lois Fawcett, 87, died August 18, 1997. She is husband W. Sam Fawcett of Cloverdale; her daughter' Petersen, and step-children Sally Stuart, Ann, Bill, Fawcet; several grand children and great Mary Hunter and Mildred Petersen and her Petersen. A native of California, Lois was born Aug. 15, 1910 Sonoma County resident for 21 years. She enjoyed traveling. She worked for Bell and Howell for 20 as project coordinator. A celebration of her life was held at her daughters Geyserville on Saturday, Aug. 23. Donations in her be made to VNA and Home Hospice, 1110 N. Dutton Rosa, CA 95401 or a favorite charity. Arrangements direction of the Neptune Society of Northern CA in SantS spokesperson Debbi Davis.' ......... ' ," '"----"-" ., Roberta Jean Quality Serwce & Lower Cos ! s/Sog i Roberta Jean Pisher, 59, died Aug. 18, 1997 in Santa I I is survived by her husband of 41 years, Ron Fisher; her [L I Int battle g YU Eagles' Victry's urs tday' rah'rah'rah" 1 Pamela' Linda' Rnda' Tins, Daniel and Leanna; 20  Go you Eagles, fight you Eagles, swoop down on your prey. , I Fly you Eagles, prove you Eagles, worthy of your name. I dren; siblings Richard Blasi, Sandra Camilleri, Margie ]3 I Fight Eagles, fight, fight, fight, and win this game. I James Blasi; and numerous nieces, nephews, aunts, ; "C" rah-rah-rah, =I-r' rah-rah-rah, "S" rah-rah-rah ; cousins. CHS! ! Roberts was the daughter of the late Gene and Elms \\; ..................... / Blasi. She was a native of Healdsburg and a resident of C I  1  Clip this out and join in the singing of our old school song! Bring all of her life. Graveside services were held Friday, August 22 at Os "Over 60 homes available, it with you to the game, sing it and one of the cheerleading coaches Cemetery, Healdsburg. Call for free list." ll give you a prize! r JeffWems- Realty , ' j Michelle Trumble Associate REALTOR 894-5737 VOice 894-5766 Modem ", m CLOVERDA----PRESCHOOL CO-OP Settle for Less? o.,.,,,.. .,=.. ,, ,,,, ,o, ,= CABIN AT CITY PARK-THURSDAY IIEPT. ' Registration available at this time , II We Are a Full Service Real Este Office  For more inlo call Angels at  or 8S4. ....  our A(;rs 1[ CALL US OR STOP BY. WilloRo. " 1. ' ...... 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