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Page 2, Cloverdale Revallle, September 10, 1997 i i:!ii$!:i 1iiI@ ::::::::::::::::::::::*:.+:.:....::::.:.:.:.:..:.:.:+:..:..:.:. .:.:*:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::+&gt;<.:` ii ii ! 'i.'-:'?:i:'::': .';::::':,:::: @:::::::.::.:;:$:':-:.?-:::;i$:::::K::i::::'- :::-::':..!:i$Y::::i.:i::'i:i:::!$:i:.:.%,%':::::::':.<ii i Geysers field continues ........... to furnish electric00power ..... ''==' =""'=:'= - . . _ : --P,_ :;,...:.;:-:?i1 Members of the Cloverdale million people. The steam turns . . o I.that ho theturbinestogeneratetheelec- Marerte Ehzabeth Bonni.  of; tric power. Steam exiting the .'lg the c Marguerite Elizabeth Bonnifield died Tuesday, A .ugust.'0 -sc] coolingtowers is sometimes seen at her home. She was 85 years old Marguerite was l)orn lql[ ..... Monday, Sept. 1 An answering machine and tools were reported stolen from a N. Cloverdale Blvd. residence. A bike was stolen from a 1st St. residence. Tuesday, Sept. 2 An officer respondedto a re- quest for aid in a child custody matter. Aid given. An officer responded to a re- port of an out-of-control male on commercial St. Matterhandled. A driveline from a Ford Bron- co parked in owners driveway over weekend was stolen. The railroad crossing guard arms were malfunctioning at Asti Road. North West Pacific Railroad was notified. A non-injury collision was re- ported when a van hit a ramp behind Long's Drug Store. A re sident asked for assistence to remove a skunk living on premises in 500 block of Jos- phine Dr,. A home on Monaco Circle was broken into in the a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 3 A vehicle parked in the 100 block of W 2nd St. for several days was tagged. A home was reported dam- aged by three juveniles on N. Jefferson St. Thursday, Sept. 4 Cars double parking on North St. are creating a traffic prob- lem during school hours. Offic- er discussed the matter with school officials. A case of possible sexual abuse was found to have occurred in a county area. Case was referred to the Sheriffs Dept. Friday, Sept. 5 Abike was reported stolen from Washington School. Assistance was requested for an out-of-control juvenile at a W 4th St. home. Officer responded. Saturday, Sept. 6 A Golden Retriever puppy was found in the vicinity of S. Wash- ington St. A female juvenile was appre- hended aiter making three 911 haang-up calls. Her parents were notified A newspaper vending machine was stolen at the HiFi Drive-In site and another was reported damaged at Clover Market. A child was reported scream- ing in a parked car in the 500 block of Venezia Way. Officer determined child was having a tantrum. Alost Labrador black and white short hair was reported lost. Answers to the name of Jenny. Small Claims Court workshop set for September 15 A self-help workshop for peo- ple interested in using the Small Claims Court will be held Mon- day, Sept. 15, 7 pm at the 4-H Conference Room, 455 Fiscal Drive, at the County Adminis- tration Center in Santa Rosa. Small Claims Court is available to claimants who are trying to collect amounts of $5,000 or less. No attorneys are allowed to rep- resent either party. This two hour workshop is being presented by the Sonoma County Legal Services Founda- tion as part of its "You and the Law" series of self-help semi- nars for the general public, espe- cially those of Io@ or modest income. The cost of the work- shop is $5. For more information about this presentation or other seminars in the series, call 546- 2924. We're Still Bringing Wall Street: to your street, only we're doing it from a new location 144 Matheson Street, Healdsburg We're still here in Healdsburg to offer the services and investments you deserve, but we've just moved to new quarters. Come by and see our new office. Ted Etheredge 433-7827 EdwardJone Serin Individual Investor/Since 87s lira.SPit Rotary Club were given an in- teresting update of operation s at The Geysers by Charlene Ward- low, a geothermal engineer who serves as the environmental manger for Calpine, one of the operators at the Geysers field. The Geysers field covers a 20 by 5 mile area overlaying a unique dry steam reservoir that was developed for power gener- ation some 33 years ago initially by Magma Power Co. whose well is still producing. The Geysers field is unique because most of the geothermal areas in the United States are found only in our national parks, Wardlow explained. After Magma Power pioneered the Geysers others came in with some wells drilled to 11,900 feet in depth. The first power plan came on line in 1960. Ageologist is employed to pick the site for drilling a new well. At full devel- opment the Geysers today has some 80 miles of pipeline deliv- ering dry steam to the power plants. All water and debris is removed before the steam reach- es the power plant. The Geysers can provide power to serve one Rosa to Reed and Christine McClary on 23, 1912. She was a member of Cloverdale Business and Professional Women's Club Grange, Women's Improvement Club, Ladies Citizens, Daughters of the Nile, Nobel Grand of the White Shrine, Past Matron of Cloverleaf Eastern Star in 1936 and 1981. She was the Matron in the State of California. Marguerite worked as City Clerk of the City years, and for the Cloverdale First National Bank and the Branch of the Bank of America. Marguerite was preceded in death by her husbam She is survived by her daughter Sandra L. Wendt Fred Wendt of Hiouchi, CA; four grandchildren, Tony Ryther, Jerry Ryther and Susan Rosco of Washington, seven great-grandchildren, and her cousin .Wilson of Santa Ros Donations may be made in her memory to VNA & Home| 1110 N. Dutton Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA 95401, or your charity. Friends are invited to attend a memorial service at Church of Cloverdale with Pastor Gayle Waring Order of the Eastern Star on Saturday, Sept. 13 at 11 a Agnes Luella Hale Agnes Luella Hale, 87, died Sept. 2, 1997. She was late Philip O. Hale. She is survived by her children , of Longview, WA, Leland Hale of Healdsburg; of Springdale, WA; 15 grandchildren, numerous great dren, and five nieces and nephews. She was preceded in her daughter Louise Hale. She was a member of the United Church of Ch years. Friends attended a memorial service Sept. 6 at the Church. Funeral arrangements under the direction and Company, Cloverdah/Healdsburg. on certain days depending on the humidity. Wardlow said that 20 pounds of steam generates one kilowatt which is equal to one barrel of oil. The 600 kilowatts generated at the Geysers over 30 years has saved 400 million barrels of oil. While steam has diminished she stressed that power is still being generated and ways are being found to make the systems more efficient. The Geysers reached its peak 10 years ago and has been de- clining since then. However it still provides enough power to serve 1.1 million people compared to 1.8 million in 1987. Pumping the City of Clear- lake's treated effluent to the Geysers field to be injected into wells to provide more steam is a project-now under construction. The CiW of Santa Rosa is also considering a similar project for its treated effluent as one of many possibilities. It would cost an estimated $71.1 million to con- struct. The Pacific Coast Air Museum's monthly "Climb Aboard" Days on Sept. 20 and 21 will feature Vietnam's Workhorse - the F4C Phantom II. The museum is located at the Sonoma County Airport. Call 575- 7900 for more Information. Hours 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Bdng your camera to capture the moment when Tony Sarganis, Crew Chief, welcomes you Into the cockpit of this F4C Phantom Jet aircraft. Dedication ceremonies for first phase of Cloverdale Depot set for Sept. 20 Sonoma County Transit is inviting the public to celebrate the completion of phase I of the Cloverdale Depot, Saturday, Sept. 20 at 9:30 am. People are Invited guests include Congressman Frank Riggs, Fourth District Supervisor Paul Kelley, and Cloverdale City Council members. The new Cloverdale Depot transportation center is located at the corner of Asti Road and Citrus Fair Drive, (just east of Highway 101). Funders are the Federal Transit Administration, Northern Sonoma County Air Pollution Control District, Transportation Development Act/State Transit Assistance Funds. Phase I of the project includes a landscaped 87 space park and ride lot and bus loading bays. Future phases of the project will include a depot building, a clock tower and a passenger rail platform. The depot will become a major Cloverdale stop for Mendocino Transit Authority, Sonoma County Transit, Grey- hound, Airporter, Amtrak buses and the Office of Veterans Affairs Van. Delores McPherson Olkmm Mc Tenino, WA; two 12 nieces and five She had lived in for three years. Dog obedience set for Sept. 13 Delores McPherson, 65, died August 31, 1997 at St. Peter Hospital in Olympia Washing- ton. Over a span of 45 years, Dee worked for numerous Cloverdale area businesses, raised a family and with her husband, Warren, worked the McPherson Ranch on River Road. Upon retirement they moved to their home on Haehl Street. After Warren's death, Dee relocated to Olym- pia, Washington to be near her immediate family. She is survived by her daugh- ter Rosemary Warren of Olym- pia; her mother Lola Sexton, of Tumwater, WA; and her broth- ers and sisters Manning Sexton ofLacey; Wanda Kinsey of Turn- water, Winnie Cline of Olympia, Tony Sexton of Spokane, Kathy Wood of Olympia, Susie Miller of Your ticket The next basi ........ , '-"'-  to a secure for dogs offered burg Animal Sh Quality Service & Lower Costs  retirement. urday, Sept. 13, 10 [- __  (-- For a recorded message Taught by m tie nized Chuck S(:hit of current rate information, call class is intended to HOMF, LOANS r h 1 800 4US BOND For buying or refinancing you ome. - - in R fun and rewardi I  1-$00-487-2663 I dog and owner. Competitwe Rates! _.  1,- .,,,.,,,, .... ,,  I Aswell as learning s :  Great Service! rO.,,.,rJ,,ly (''1 as sit, down, stay and co' "Over 60 homes available. 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