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Page 2, Cloverdale Reveille, October 8, 1997 .:"b!!&apos;::'..":!'ii !'.--:?!!"i. :'..!. ....:::i.S'.':::';: !?..:i .....:.,:...,.:. ii t: ..... :.: ...... N!N....i:i ::::.:>.:i.:.:.:+:.:<.:.:.:.i.:-:.:.:. ?i.i.:.:.i+ ::::::::::::::::::::::i-:::: +::i:?'::i:::i::::::i:::;::::::: ::::::: Monday, September 29 Officer recovered a stolen vehi- cle out of Ukiah on N. Cloverdale Blvd. and Third Street. Tuesday, September 30 911 report of a vehicle accident in the parking lot at CHS--vehicle vs. parked vehicle. Highway Patrol requested am- bulance at Marguerite Lane for a subject involved in a traffic acci- dent earlier in the day. Taken to Kaiser. Wednesday, October 1 PG&E reports trucks broken into while parked at Asti Rd. Sev- eral items taken. Payless reports several statues and plants taken from in front of the store at night. Washington School reports ju- venile found a backpack but did not turn it in to the office. The officer counseled the student. Thursday, October 2 Woman at University st. reports her Nissan Pathfinder was stolen. It was recovered by the Salinas Police Department. Anonymous report that a man may possibly urinating in front of the stage at the plaza. Officer un- able to locate the man. Cloverdale High reports a fight between two juvenile girls. One was arrested for battery. Woman at S. Cloverdale Boule- vard reports her son was hit by another juvenile after school at the Citrus Fairgrounds. 911 report of juveniles in the area of Alter Street setting off an M-80. Juveniles were gone upon officers arrival. Man at Chablis Way reports his wife had been drinking, and just drove away. Officer was unable to locate her. Friday, October 3 Anonymous reports of a white pick-up speeding up and down Vista View Drive. CHP reports a subject stung by a bee having an allergic reaction at US101 at south interchange. Code blue, transported to HGH. Bus stop vandalized at S. Clo- verdale Blvd. Juvenile to do com- munity service. 911 report of several subjects fighting at Hardister. Saturday, October 4 Woman reports her daughter was cut by shards of flying glass from a bottle thrown into the street. Man reports three juveniles shot a goose with a pellet gun by his residence. They were last seen on dirt bikes going towards Del Webb. Juveniles were gone on of- ficer's arrival.- Kevin Worden arrested on Sonoma and Mendocino County warrants at S. Clvd. Blvd. Sunday, October 5 Man at Elbridge reports his li- cense plate tab and gas cap were taken. Fort Bragg man reports his ve- hicle was vandalized while parked at Citrus Fair Drive. Two juveniles arrested auto theft and possession of stolen property. Transported to juvenile hall. Woman at Elm Street cited for her dog being loose. Have You Wanted a Satellite And thought it was expensive? No equipment need be purchased. For info call 894-7506. CALL TODAY/ TOLL FREE I(800)361-1713 Medi-Cal Accepted We Make House Calls HEALDSBURG HEARING INSTRUHENTS 301 East SL, Healdsburg Look of Wood Shutters Dozens of Finishes Get 70% OFF I 894-5219 Free Installation Free Estimates Everything for the Window Neal Reynolds Quality Service & Lower Costs "Over 60 homes available. Call 894-5737 for free list." Jeff Weiss Realty Mlchelle Llle-Trumble Associate REALTOR Iistlngllnk.concloverdale Blood Bank hereOc t. 8 As the holiday season approaches, blood banks across the country typically operate at low levels of inventoryl..and the Blood Bank of the Redwoods is no exception. The Cloverdale Conununity Blood Drive will be held at Citrus Fair Drive, Wednesday, Oct. 8, 1997 from 4 pm to 7 pm, sponsored by the Cloverdale Soroptimists Club. Giving blood is easy; all you need to be in order to donate blood is at least 17 years old, at least 110 pounds, and free of cold or flu symptoms. Also, please eat a substantial meal prior to donating. For more information about the blood drive, please call 1-800-4-BLOOD-4U. Blood Bank of the Redwoods is a nonprofit community blood center serving hospitals in Son0ma, Lake and Mendocino Coun- ties. The organization has been providing blood to these com- munity areas since 1948. The Ratty, Red Wig l (As told to be me, by my husband, John) By Iola Ferrari The Washington Schoolhouse has long since been gone, But for me the old memories still linger on. Each morning, observing the very strict rule, Our mother would send us trudging off to our school. With shining clean faces and full lunch pails, We'd go hiking along the old Asti trails. When we walked in the door and all found our places, We wouldn't sit down, 'til we went through our paces. We'd salute the flag, sing, "Good Morning to You," Not knowing 'tit then, which teacher was new. They came and they went, and the parents were sad, Wondering what could be wrong, their children weren't bad. We children knew better and the secrets we bore, Were of snakes, frogs, and lizards in the teacher's top drawer. A new teacher, Miss Koogie, a vivid memory still, Walked to school, from her home, miles over the hill. She was never upset over the pranks we would pull, Seeming bound and determined to stay in our school. She was not only old, plain and very well fed, What impressed us the most, she wore on her head. It was a ratty red wig, sometimes falling askew, But she demanded respect, and somehow we knew, To study our lessons and do as she said, Looking down at our books, and not at her head. One day she was gone, a substitute girl sweet and pretty, Informed us Miss Koogie had gone to the "City". The trp to the "City" was never completed, She was in a bad wreck and her car was depleted. The pretty teacher was there much longer than planned, And I'm sure she'd have liked to see many hides tanned. She tried to be brave, but each morning she'd find, Some new creepy crawlers, to boggle her mind. When Miss Koogie returned, she was soon out the door, Waving sweetly goodbye, to be seen nevermore. Miss Koogie appeared, looking bruised and forlorn, A gray haired old lady, sans the wig she had worn. She had lost the red wig, in the car wreck, of course, But if it bothered her any, she showed no remorse. She sat down before us and s$id, "Children dear, I've been gone for awhile, and I'm glad to be here. I was in a bad wreck and I must be a sight, But I had such a shock, that my hair turned snow white!" - Now we all liked Miss Koogie, though she was hofnely and big, But we actually missed the "Old ratty red wig." John and his nine siblings attended the one-room Washington School at Asti in the 20"s. My poem is "based" on the truth. Names and events may be slightly changed. (This poem was written at the Cloverdale Autobiography Writing Workshop, a free course presented by the Santa Rosa Junior College as part of it's Senior's Program, instructed by Scott Reid. The workshop meets Tuesdays from 1:15-3:45 pm at the Grange Hall.) Many thanks to everyone for their blessings, generosity, and kind words of comfort throughout this time of sorrow. The Family of Lloyd Buck!ngham. Yhe Fheater of l/ " la#uar & u/b & Lr/c 1/ Pa# Bej#m/ Regardless of what they say, I believe you're still ok a lithe mixed up, but anm't e all. Thee's thuse v,o - you thoc, ght were your frie,  u4U bad mouth you Io o eflds, and Im they'll laugh whim you fall Othease, just a few of the ca Oeady ccx, nlxetl w0 your lrue friends really are So, you see, it's not all that bad. Fu ever/face that's sad. you can d at kast 0ne that smiks The Theat of Ufe lights up once me. The curtains rise as you mb the ts frem your eyes The Thea o/life, it's your show  sure. Your acling's fine; just keep it line, in e Theater o/Life. Your search for Irue Love thal sl exists, a ste with no manusc. a seo Zha,as g zs. It doesn't matler if you dance or sing; Peau a romml/c scene, or tell oes oay you ondemand. maCna  your gat er, cape.a pavm esca, wfl o,"dy God as your ctilic or fm The Thea of I. is stan 'you know who'. So, t,e a Ixw, yu, yu desen it now. The Thea of Life ings ths message to you: "The act you ve p/s bd w .hat you ge, in The Thea of Life." #134 Oct 8 '97 Pray t4aet/'emtl= J Barbara Seamans, RN, was awarded a Certificate her two years of faithful service as an On Call Driver for on Aging's Meals on Wheels Program. Seamans liaison to Cloverdale. The award was presented by D Manager Rosemarie Martinique. Merlene Teresky was awarded a Certificate of two years of faithful service as a Driver for the Council Meals on Wheels Program. The award was presented Manager Rosemarle Martinique. eeeeeeeee Boys & Annual Girls Club of C Dinner-Aud:ion-Ca October 18, 1997 Cloverdale Citrus Fair 6:30 pm Join us for an evening of fine food, wine, music, gambling & live auction to help complete our $35 per person donation includes dinner & $10 in gaming chips. Tickets available at Fiesta Travel, Boys & Cloverdale, or thru any of the Board For further information call 894-5063 Special Friends' Members Preview Thursday, Oct. 9 6 pm-8 pm Non-Members Welcome Friday, Oct. 10 10 am-4 pm Saturday, Oct. 11  , I0 am-3 pm , -q 401 N. Cloverdale Blvd., Cloverdale, CA 95425 J The new tax law represents the largest tax cut in 16 years and offers very positive news for those who save and invest. Find out how you could benefit. Call or stop by today. Ted Etheredge 144 Matheson St, Healdsburg (707)433-7827 www.eclwardjones.eom 00lwa00Jone00 Servin Individual 1uveto. 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