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September 17, 1997     Cloverdale Reveille
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Page 2, Cloverdale Reveille, Sept. 17, 1997 Monday, Sept. 8 Loud music reported on Cha- blis. Occupants turned it down. Coin machine thefts reported at Food Center & Hi Fi locations. Verbal dispute handled at Lake St. home Infant injured on Clark St. Of- ricer responded. Handled by Fire medical aid. Gas drive-off from S. Clover- dale blvd. station. Officer handled. Tuesday, Sept. 9 Stolen bike from North St. home later recovered. Eyeglasses turned in. Found on N Main at Broad st. Wallet reported stolen from parked car on N. Washington St. Juvenile out-of-control at Clark home. Officer handled. Wallet with $300 cash reported lost in 100-200 block of N. Main. Wednesday, Sept. 10 Check on senior welfare client found subject ok. Explosion in city Park bathroom reported. Officers found two ju- veniles responsible. Wife reports husband slapped her in local bar. Case sent to DA. Thursday, Sept. 11 Yellow male Lab dog reported missing on N. Washington. Transient asleep on Washing- ton School property left on request of officer. Friday, Sept. 12 911 call for male having difficul- ty breathing. Transported to HGH. Suspicious person reported in rear of Heidi Lane. Officer found a racoon in the area. A fall victim at library sustained minor injuries only. No transport. A bicyclist injured on N. Clover- dale Blvd. No transport. Saturday, Sept. 13 A bike was found at Quik Stop. Possible prowler at W. First St. home turned out to be boyfriend ofoccupant who wasn't home. A neighbor reported a juvenile threw an apple at him. Officer to contact responsible. Officers contacted owner of a motorhome parked on street in front of neighbor's home several days. Owner removed it. Sunday Sept. 14 A black male Lab puppy was found on S. Cloverdale blvd. A vehicle was sideswiped in front of a home on E 4th St. over- night. Renshaw sentenced Roland Dean Renshaw, Jr., the 31-year-old Cloverdale man tak- en into custody after a high speed chase with Cloverdale Police that ended with him hitting a tele- phone pole and rolling his BMW in April, was found guilty, ac- cording to the DistrictAttorney's Office, of drunk drivingand evad- ing arrest, with disregard for public safety The District Attorney's Office reports that Ronshaw was sen- tenced to three years probation, 500 hours of volunteer work, a drunk driving program, 60 days of county jail or the possibility of instead participating in 60 days of work relief. He must wear an electronic monitoring device around his ankle and cannot drive without a valid driveFs license. He also mustpay a $1,429 fine. Renshaw allegedly ran the red light at Citrus Fair Drive and evaded Cloverdale Police. The police officer stopped his pursuit when he alleged Renshaw ex- ceeded 100 mph. Rounding a bend the officer found the BMW on its roof near the CDF Station. Weekly specials at Cloverdale Flower Shoppe "e want only the best in qual- ity and service for our customers- -anything less is not our style," Janice Ash said of her business, the Cloverdale Flower Shoppe. Janice has been in the flower in- dustry for 13 years, and is an ex- perienced professional specializing not just in wedding and funeral displays, but also wall wreaths and table centerpieces that are gorgeous. The convenience the Cloverdale Flower Shoppe offers is very spe- cial for Cloverdale. They have a delivery service, a national and world wide FTD wire service, a wide variety of fresh- cut flowers, healthy house plants, helium filled balloons, gift items and more. The gift baskets are each a guaranteed pleaser. The service and assistance is always professional and friendly. "We also offer an exclusive line of quality decorations and favors for all of your special occasions. They are great for reunions, weddings, parties, or table set- tings," she said. If they don't happen to have what you want, they will special order it for you. Not only does 'the Cloverdale Flower Shoppe feature products of exceptional quality, but offers weekly specials on them for great Janice Ash deals. And, of course, customers can always count on a beautiful smile from friendly and helpful designer Mary Jane Weese. ]anice ad her husband Randall have lived m Cloverdale and had this business here since 1990. They are active in community affairs and events. The Cloverdale Flower Shoppe is located on N. Cloverdale Blvd. Their phone number is 894-2844. The 1-800-930-ROSE phone num- ber is a free convenience for rela- tives and friends far away, to call in an order for you. Paid Advertisement Mendocino CoastBus now stops at local Depot The Mendocino Transit Author- ity's (MTA) North Mendocino Coast Bus, the CC Rider, provides daily service between Mendoci- no, Fort Bragg, Willits, Ukiah and Santa Rosa and operates seven days a week, 365 days a year Effective Sunday, Sept. 7, the CC Rider bus will add a new bus stop in Cloverdale. MTA's new bus stop is located in the Cloverdale Depot transportation center, at the corner of Asti Road and Citrus Fair Drive, Cloverdale. The CC Rider bus departs Clo- verdale at 10:30 am and arrives at the Days Inn in Santa Rosa at 11:25 am and the 2 d St. Trarit Mall in Santa Rosa at 11:30 am. The CC Rider bus connects with the Santa Rosa Airporter and with the Amtrack bus at the Days Inn and with the Golden Gate Transit, Sonoma County Transit and San- ta Rosa City Bus at the Transit mall in Santa Rosa. The CC Rider bus will also drop passengers off at the Greyhound Terminal in Santa Rosa by request. In the afternoon the CC Rider bus departs from Greyhound at 3:20 pm, the Days Inn at 3:35 pm and the 2 d St. Transit Mall at 3:45 pm. The bus arrives at the Clover- dale Depot at 4:20 pm, and travels on to Ukiah, Willits, Fort Bragg, arriving in Mendocino at 7:30 pm. The fare from Cloverdale to Santa Rosa is $10 and $15 from Clover- dale to Fort Bragg and Mendoci- no. Qualified senior/disabled riders pay half of the cash fares. Children 6 and under ride free when accompanied by a fare pay- ing adult. Limit of two free chil- dren per adult. For more information please call the Mendocino Transit Authority at 1-800-696-4MTA. Pancake breakfast during street celebration Start off Cloverdale's Street Cel- ebration with a delicious Pancake Breakfast put on by the Clover- dale Senior Multi-Purpose Cen- ter. We will be serving eggs, sausage, and of course, our deli- cious pancakes! The date for the breakfast is Saturday, September 2T h. The breakfast will be held at the Grange Hall, 201 Commercial St., from 8-11. Cost is $5 for adults; $2.50 for children 10 and under. Take-out is available if you are in a hurry to set up a booth. Tickets are available at the Senior Center now, or you can pay at the door. Call 894-4826 for more informa- tion. Monday, Sept. 8 Medical aid E. Third St. Female who fell transported to HGH. Medical aid W. Fourth St. Male having seizures transported to HGH. Tuesday, Sept. 9 Medical aid Monaco Way. Young child fallen from second story window. Transported by Helicopter to Children's Hospital Oakland. bat. Transported to HGH. Friday, Sept. 12 Medical aid N. Cloverdale Blvd. Female patient with difficulty breathing. No transport. Alarms malfunction on N. Clo- verdale Blvd. Medical aid Fire Station male "patient with abdominalpain trans- ported to HGH. Saturday, Sept. 13 Medical aid N. Jefferson St. Per- Wednesday, Sept. 10 son feeling sick. No Transport. Medicalaid E. Third St. Woman Smoldering chip pile at Redwood found deceased .... Grass fire River Road&Geysers Road. Burned a 50 x 100 ft. area. Cause undetermined. Medical aid Fourth & Clover- dale Blvd. Male bicyclist hit by a car. Minor injuries. No transport. Thursday, Sept. 11 Medical aid N. Washington St. Male having a seizure. No trans- port. Medicalaid N. Cloverdale Blvd. Male patient hit with a baseball Empire storage facility. Assisted .  employees, .... Vehicle accident victim at Po- lice Dept. Evaluated patient, mi- nor injuries. No transport. Medical aid Heidi Lane. Female ill. No Transport. Sunday, Sept. 1 Medicalaid N. Cloverdale Blvd. Female cut by glass. Transported : to HGH, Rubbish fire S. Cloverdale Blvd. No damage. I'll be teaching an investment course soon. Basic Investment SPJC at Hea]dsburg High School Thursdays, 7-8:S0 pm September 18 thru October s Call or stop by today for more information. EdwaMJone00 Ted Etheredge 101 Plaza St., Healdsburg (707)433-7827 www.cdwardjonccom Jane Margaret "Jenny" Born August 30, 1954, to her parents Carl and Nevada she lived her entire life in Cloverdale, unlil her untimely i Sept. 10, 1997. She was a 1972 graduate of Cloverdale Union High loved gardening, cooking, crafting and her animals. A she was the author of "Feelings of Me," published in honesty, friendliness, and great compassion will leave a fabric of Cloverdale. . w mem She is survived and mourned by her brother Dick Andrk, Past sisters Cathy (and Jim) Silver, and Carolyn Chamberlai;lter Mar nieces and nephews Carl and Candace Anderson, Edwag io P,, Gregory and Theresa Silver, and Mark (and Lisa) 1 of Jeff Michelle (and Martin Cervantes, Joseph, Paul and Carey t lain, and two great-nieces, Marisa and Maranda Chamberih IA( Friends are invited to join the family at a Mass for the * v t', soul at St. Peter's Catholic Church, on Tuesday, Septemj e ua a 10 am. Fred Young and Co. Mortuary is handling the arra" "--' for the private interment to follow.  tt of ans tPOWV 8onom[  Counc SRJC Business Office Technology '00rog00a Department strives to improve progn Classrooms in the Business Of- at first; but isn't' that rn fo rice Technology Department at the reality of a new job .1 still rv Santa Rosa Junior College more added, lloam closely resemble the workplace The new curriculRosa model developed by [ding, 1; merit of Labor Secret environment these days as a re- vised curriculum not only helps teach students new skills but also emulates the most demanding employer. "The curriculum today directly reflects what employers in gener- al have been requesting for years," said Toni Cannizzaro, chair of the BOT Department. "Our goal is to create a classroom of students that starts to behave like a team of employees. BOT faculty members Cheryl Redmon and Carole Bennett have about 80 students each semester that are part of the revamped cur- riculum. "Students receive assignments as on-the-job tasks," explained Bennett. "They are expected to organize all the projects plan for coordination of completion, schedule the entire process, work effectively in teams, research and gather information, critically ana- lyze the information, and effec- tively communicate the results to others. "It's a bit overwhelming to them mission on Achieving Skills (SCANS). The c cies and foundation SCANS are clearly ideas skill sets and knowled worker needs today to ing and support a "The BOT cours t learning which is consi business and industry, ! employers are getting asked for - trained wo Bennett. Students as well as are pleased with the ne lure, Bennett said. Earlier this week, S ,,mo"'T ''--'-" ate Lisa Nin called her  ;,- ,, RISTIAt and said, I have a new . thel ' 424 Eas is exactly as yousaia  ., would be. If it were t 1 ^ ^- t m uoan training, I would no ! . ,, 1[ ',,nd We( job.  ch Rea For more informati'- 11- "ce . Hors SRJCs Busme -ltn A ,- gy Department call  or check the departmeO at:. www.santarosa.eat WEATHER Sept. 8 Hi: 90 Lo: Sept. 9 Hi: 92 Lo: Sept. 10 Hi: 85 Lo: Sept. 11 Hi: 85 Lo:  Sept. 12 Hi: 91 Lo: Sept. 13 Hi: 80 Lo: 1 Sept. 14 Hi: 67 Lo: I pdge Ro pt. 20, dvic le lace. Ge e San Vivor o War II beth  public i d par speci ts wil ct Pre , 763-66 rner 54 Quality Service & Lower "Over 60 homes available. Call 894-5737 for free list." i SUBI) o[I YOU[ IocoI busineSSeS Fast & Easy Mart, North Fast & Easy Gas & Mini Mart, South Penny Fair Market Quik Stop Cloverdale Food Center The Video Store Hind Quarter's Feed & Tack People love bright new things, and when a shopping center first comes to town, they tend to take all their business there. But, stop and think, what does that do to the business people who have loyally served you all those years? The people who brighten your day with a smile, the people who ask after your mother's health, or how your remodeling poject is coming along, or if your son's playing football this year? Sometimes, new isn't always better. Don't forget your friends. Larry Deghi, Contractor Cloverdale Flower Shoppe Charlie's Donuts & Pastries Foster's Freeze Hi-Fi Drive-In Rags to Witches Exxon-Diesel & Mini Mart ADVERTISEMENT SPONSORED BY PARTICIPATING LOCAL BUSINESSES