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Cloverdale Reveille
Cloverdale, California
October 1, 1997     Cloverdale Reveille
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Page 2, Cloverdale Reveille, October 1, 1997 Monday, September 22 Redway woman arrested from Wallace Lane and S. Foothill Blvd. for auto theft and possession of a hypodermic needle/syringe. Beacon burglarized during the night or early morning. Officer recovered a stolen cell phone during an arrest and re- turned it to the owner. Woman reports her juvenile son had pepper thrown in his eyes. Tuesday, September 23 Woman reports her juvenile son is truant from school Extra patrol requested at East First St. for speeding vehicles be- tween 2 and 4 pm. Robert Mathison, Jr. arrested from S. Washington on a no-bail warrant. Wednesday, September 24 PG&E reports property was tak- en from their vehicle while parked in the corporation yard during the night. Loose Rotweiller reported in front of Cloverdale High. Taken to Dr. Biery's. 911 request for an ambulance at Monaco Circle for a child chok- ing. No transport. Anonymous report of possible drug activity. Under investiga- tion. Anonymous reports of a group of juveniles drinking inClark Park. Officer contacted the juveniles and warned and advised them regard- ing alcohol. Man requested extra patrol at West Second Street at night due to someone taking the flowers in front of the church. 911 report of: a male juvenile shot in the back with a pellet gun at Cloverdale High at 6:17 pm. Officer reports it was a minor in- jury, under investigation. Steven Brown, Ukiah resident, picked up on Sonoma County no bail warrant. Thursday, September 25 Woman reports a man just climbed the fence at the Citrus Fairgrounds, and also left a black ceramic dog at her home which she believes to be stolen. Woman reports a suspicious acting man wearing a pinata on his head is in front of Penny Fair. An officer moved the man along. 911 report of a possible sexual assault victim at N. Cloverdale Blvd. Suspect arrested. Ambu- lance called for victim, no trans- port. Report of a possible sexual as- sault. Case referred to Sonoma County Sheriff's Department. Report of a yellow dirt bike riding on the sidewalks and speeding on East First St. 911 report of a man having chest pain at Roan Court. Taken to HGH. Friday, September 26 Man reports his vehicle was sto- len from Healdsburg Ave. Repoi't of a subject at N. Clover- dale Blvd. bleeding from a lacera- tion above his eye. Taken to HGH. Saturday, September 27 Woman reports finding a small female tpy fox terrier on S. Frank- lin Blvdi Report of a possibleexual as- sault and lewd and laivious acts with a child under 14 years of age. Under investigation. Report of a large group of juve- niles possibly starting to fight in front of the Quik Stop. Juveniles dispersed upon officer's arrival. Sunday, September 28 Jose Valencia self-surrendered on a Sonoma County warrant. Cited to appear. Man reports his wife left with their child and has not been seen for two weeks. Under investiga- tion. Report of possible child abuse. Officer reports unfounded. Woman reports two male juve- niles ran away from home at Chrome Iron Road. Low cost flu shots available at Longs Pharmacy 10117 &.11110 The cold and flu season is rap- idly approaching and flu shots are available at Cloverdale Longs Pharmacy (790 S. Cloverdale Blvd.), Friday, Oct. 17 from I to 5 pm, and Monday, Nov. 10, from 1 to 5 pm. Cost is $10 per flu vacci- nation. The flu shot clinic is sponsored by visiting Nurse Association and Hospice of Northern California. The Pneumovax Pneumonia vac- cine is also available. Medicare Part B billing available under cer- tain conditions. Colds and flu are both caused by viruses and have similar symptoms. However; with the flu, there is often a high fever (up to 104 ) lasting up to two or three days. Fevers are not com- mon with colds, but if theyare presents they are usually low- grade. Other symptoms of flu are chills, sneezing, headache, mus- cular aches and pains, sore throat, and cough. Once the fever sub- sides, fatigue and weakness may persist for several days. In some cases, weakness may persist for weeks. Influenza is generally not con- sidered serious in healthy adults and children. However, a flu shot will usually prevent the two week Monday, Sept. 22 Small oil spill reported on Buck road. No action taken. Grass fire reported on Shahan Drive. Small spot caused by fire- works. Tuesday, SepL 3 Vehicle fire reported on High- way 101. Cancelled prior to arriv- al. Wednesday, Sept. 24 Medical aid reported on Mona- co Circle. Child choking, no trans- port. Thursday, Sept. 25 Public assist at Commercial St. q @@@ q @@@ 9 9 --"" TORTILLAS -."" m Taste TheDifference! m q Ill illness which can cause absence from work and interfere with nor- mal daily life. In people who are not healthy or who fall into "high risk" category, the flu can be se- vere and fatal. A person may be at high risk if any of the following conditions are present: heart disease, lung diseases (asthma, emphysema, or chronic bronchitis), chronic kid- ney disease, diabetes, any disease that interferes with the body's ability to fight infection, are resid- ing in a nursing home, or are over age 65. A vaccine against influenza is recommended every year for peo- ple who fall in these categories. Late autumn is the best time for the vaccine, since the amount of antibodies in the body is greatest one to two months after the vacci- nation, add then gradually de- creases. " Longs lrugs Stores in conjunc- tion with floe Visiting Nurse Asso- ciation, i,.[. offering low cost flu shots at various times and loca- tions. A complete schedule is in- side. Your Longs pharmacist will be happy to answer any questions you have regarding these vacci- nations or the coming flu season. Medical aid at Roan Court. Male patient with chest pains taken to Healdsburg General by Clover- dale Ambulance. Friday, SepL 26 Medical aid requested at Vine St. Female patient with difficulty breathing. Taken to Kaiser. Illegal burn barrel found on Blair Street. Grass fire reported at Highway 101 at Asti. Nothing found. Medical aid requested at N. Cloverdale Blvd. for a female passed out. Transported to HGH by Cloverdale Ambulance. Satur.  Sept. 27 VehiCle accident reported at Highway 101 atMendocmo Coun- ty. No injuries. Motorcycle accident reported on Pine Mountain Road. Juvenile male with a leg injury was taken to HGH by Cloverdale Ambu- lance. Medical aid requested at Hwy. 128 for woman laying alongside the road. Nothing found. Sunday, SepL 28 Medical aid reported at East Third St. Woman fell taken to HGH. Wood chip fire reported at Red- wood Empire storage at Preston. Assisted employees, no damage. Medical aid reported at E. Third St. Female having a possible stroke, no transport. Monday, Sept. 29 Medical aid reported at West Third St. for a one-year-old child who fell. No transport. To Our Valued Customers: We at Casa Garza have been providing Cloverdale with what we think have been the finest products for over 17 years. We thank everyone who has enjoyed our products and for also making us a small success. We have worked hard and try to do the best possible job. We have appreciated your business. Thanks again for choosing Casa Garza. And while we regret that Ray's Food Place has decided not to carry our products, we are happy to report that we will still be serving our loyal customers in Cloverdale. We invite you to enjoy all our products at these fine local small businesses. Sincerely and thanks again, Cayetano Garza, Jr., (Sonny) B2 Bomber topic of .9 Toastmaster's 000 q ooe 000 meeting October 3 The Cloverdale Toastmasters Club is sponsoring a community outreach program on Oct. 3 at the Blvd. Deli at 7 am. The guest speaker will be Doc Beyman who will speak about the McDonald B2 Bomber. The program is ex- pected to last 35 to 40 minutes. , Guests are encouraged. i. oeo ooo Penny Fair Market Clo verdale Food Center Fast & Easy Mart La Hacienda Restaurant 000 OOO 000 l : l l l : l l l . l l l : l l l : | jl The netax law represents the largest lax cut in 16 years and offers very positive news for those who save and invest. Find out how you could benefit. ! Richard Armbrust, l, shown with Mayor Tom Sink icate of appreciatlon Issued to six members of the Circuit who participated in the 1997 Neighborhood Improvement sponsored by the Cloverdale Community Develor Six Circuit Rider crew members commended Six young people who made up the Circuit Rider crew for Clover- dale's 1997 Neighborhood Im- provement Progam were issued certificates of appreciation by the City council this week. Recipients were Richard Arm- brust, Myra Granados, Dan Cole- man, Chantel Peres, Carlos Crippes and Chris Pearson. The youth worked for six weeks on a variety of projects helping to improve nine local residences, most of the located in the= town area. Nin voucher homes served. This is the 7th year for' gram that is financed Cloverdale CommuniO ment Agent 3 mainly of repairs to fence, painting, facade and shrub and weed Lloyd Eldrid Buckin Lloyd Eldridge Buckingham, 65, died in Healdsburg Sept. He was the father of  L. Buckingham and father-iwlaw of Pegg Buckingham and Charle Robrt. ' wife of  years, BaraBuclaghdm) md grandchildren and Kathleen D. Buckingham, all of Cloverdale, also survive Lloyd was the grandson of the late John Elmer Dutro, and s late William and Belma Buckingham. He was the brother Edna Sells and Gene Buckingham. He was a native of the Dry Creek Valley. He owned Foster' for 25 years and was a partner with Frank tive, Cloverdale. He was also active with Lloyd Buckin ing. He belonged to the Cloverdale Lions Club, and F.O.E., and was an avid hunter and outdoorsman. HIS funeral was held Sept.30. Donations in his name Cloverdale Lions Club, PO Box 763, Cloverdale, CA 95425 Royal "Fretl" Royal "Fred" Fredgren died Sept. 19 in Santa Rosa. He is by his children Kehly McCue, Julie CaldwelL his siblings Ron Fredgren and Karen Bansemer, and his loving f Doll. He was a native of Bismark, North Dakota, born Aug. Although he was born in Bismark, he spent the last few' in Ukiah and Cloverdale. He worked for the United Corps of Engineers. Fred loved fishing and hunting. He took: his vacations in Idaho, where he planned on retiring in A memorial was held on Sept. 24, 1997 at Joy Doll's tions in Fred's memory may be sent to the Army Corps of Call or stop by today. 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