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Oct. 9, 1991, Cloverdale Reveille, Page 5 Police Log mber 30 and sounds of pov, er the peace area of Kerry Lane. dog disturbing the peace Crest. man arrested on suspi- BUI at 2nd &amp; Main. Taylor arrested on two $2,500 warrants. Tuesday, October 1 run reported on Railroad Suspect vehicle white Toyota Weather on wooden keyring found )' Park. ,s found at Oakbrook and man arrested on suspi- at USI01 & 2nd St. Thursday. October 3 Verbal db, putc bctvccn to women .()fi block N. Clocrdalc Bhd. Barking dog di,4urbing the pca.c on Clover Crext. Loud mu,,ic disturbinc the peace 5() block W. 2nd St. Loud party disturbirig the peace 1() block Vista Vic. Friday, October 4 Tool box anti a,,,,orted hand toot taken from xehicle on Triptctt. Non injur 3 traflic acident 7(Jr) block N. CIoerd;.rlc Bhd. Saturday, October 5 Cri,pln Garcia arrc,,tcd on out- standing S I,(0 warrant. Geyserville man arrc,ted on ,u.,- picion of DUI at E. 2nd & \\;1am. Workshop will help job seekers discover the "H dden Job Market" ttOA ' TO WIN THE JOB SEARCH GAME" is the title of the Iir,,t in a ",cries of v, orkshops being planned kx.all) by Management Connections. Northern Sonoma ('ounl} , onl} employ mcnt agency'. The four hour Workshop will coxcr ,uch iniportant topics as how to "drc,s to impress" foran important job intcrio and hey, to discover the 'tlidden Job Market". Did you know that only about 5{ of all" available jobs are ever advertised in the newspaper? By learning hey, ul tap into the Hidden Job Market. job seekers can have an inside track on finding the perfect job. Pamela J. Kimball of Cloverdale  ill lead the four hour Workshop. A in the WestAmerica Plaza at 129 N. Cloverdale Blvd.. #6, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The 535 fee will include lunch, a notebook of helpful remurce intbrmation and a 25,'; discount on Professional Resume Service from Management Connec- tions. Seating is limited and reservations are required. Mary Jo Winter, former Reveille editor and owner of Management Connections, has announced that more Workshops are being planned on a variety of topics during November. They include - November 2 - "Using Numerology to Learn More About Yourself" November 9 - "There IS Life After White Zinfandel" < t Oct. Highs Lows 1983 eraduate of Humboldt State, November 16- "The Gift of Self Wednesday, (ktober 2 Ongoing problem ,ith barking she ha,, been a job developer and Esteem" 1 86 57 26000 Asti Rd. dot runnine loose area oi (Tald',elt. career counselor for over seven For more information about any, dispute bctwcen adult i-ileizal bIJrn on Vista Vica. ,car. of the Workshops, or to make ,' 2 9o ss I i 400 block N. Clover-  Sunday, October 6 " The, Workshop will be held at reservations, please callt Manage- i t 43 9899 6464 I Thomas Brcnt arrested on out- Management Connections, located ment Connections, 894-4400. I It Pays to I t 1 disturbing the peace standin 520,000 arrant. &ElmStreetS.sl,000warrant. Schoolwhileskateboarding.JUvenilerep°rtsheacciderital" nln, <, ! Advertise l i' " :: I' Colt of Petaluma arrested broke a .indov,, at Washington Plan ' " nirectoriaddresses r6 .68s h d Ciub Oh, nambe: on Gen,,ra, Plan update " "HOW =WIN= ...... ::= pt,ml "ngDirecto JoeHecke as He explained the study area and THE ,lOB SEARCH GAME" guest speaker at a dinner meeting of the various elements that make up a nsors blood bank Bank of the Redwoods Clover- ITuesday,Oct. 15 from 4 p.m. in the Tea Room at the at least 17-years- symptoms. requested to have a meal within four hours ) giving blood. Recruiter Lori Irwin ex- of donations "As we near the season, giving blood becomes from this time onward us ensure our area is well- II EIR planners 16th and approval of the Impact Report for the Furber II Annexation by the Planning Corn- Oct. 16 ,at7 Council Chambers at City N. Cloverdale Blvd. considers the effects of a which proposes , detached homes sizes and a 1.3 acre busi- meetings, the Comis- a modified version of- which would allow a range the property located immediately west Rancho Development and Hot Road. Commission will , and its recommendations the City Council supplied for the rise in usage during November and December." While 50% of the public is eligible to donate blood, only' 5-10c{ do so. Thus, the blood needs of the United States are filled by a relatively small portion of the population. Giving blood takes only 3040 minutes and the one pint donated can help save up to three lives, as that pint is broken down into components such as plasma, platelets, and red cells. This life ,saving program is held in Cloverdale only two times each year. This time it is sponsored by the So- roptomist Club. If you have never given blood, there is always a trained professional staff to answer your ques- tions. It is a simple and painless proce- dure which allov, s blood replace- ment for any member of the commu- nity who is not covered by medicare or private insurance. Medicare cov- ers the first two units only. Literally thousands of Cloverdale residents have been helped over the 30 years that our Community Blood Bank has been in operation. Other ,service clubs have assisted the local Soroptimists and any help is always appreciated. The American Legion Auxiliary makes an annual cash donation as well as contributing Dena Gambeua's Love Cookies. If you can't give blood and would like to help, please contact a member of the Soroptimists Club, or one of the local directors, the Hulberts or the Vandagnffs at 894-3276 or 894- 3479.or contact the Blood Bank of the Redwoods at 545-1222. the Cloverdale Chamber of Com- merce Thursday evening when he gave his audience a review of the General Plan update. Mr. Heckel passed out an interim report on the revision now under- way. The finished product is expected to be adopted by the City Council in February, 1992. The Director explained the work of the General Plan Advisory Com- mittee which has conducted some 15 meetings as well as several work- shop since its appointment in March, 1990. Lake Sonoma Hike The Sierra Club is sponsoring a 12 mile hike along the Warm Springs arm of Lake Sonoma Oct. 13. Some of the hiking will be uphill. Be sure to bring lunch,liquids, layered cloth- ing and good hiking shoes. Rain will cancel the trek. Carpoois will leave Santa Rosa Junior College's Bailey Field park- ing lot at 9 a.m. and the Petaluma Li- brary at 8:30 a.m. Everyone will meet at trailhead Skaggs Springs Vista on Stewarts Point Road west of the private marina entrance at 10 a.m. All Sierra Club outings are free, unless otherwise slated. There may be parking fees at state parks and other locations. For information call Carl at (707)538-8271, 8-Pk. Batteries 4-Pk. C or D or 2-Pk. 9V E93nP-4t E91BP-8 EgSBP-4f522BP-2 UVhlll, llpplee$ Lllil OUANTITI$ LIMITEO CAN DO IT WITH Cloverdale Lumber 1215 S. Cioverdale Blvd. Area Directory Baptist Church 894-2998 Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints FHL 894-9238 Chapel 894-2893 : Church r 433-5536 Church Adventist Church 894-4989 IIrst Baptist Church 894-3274 of Cloverdale 894-2039 94 Open Bihle Church -2210 or 544-0485 lpiscopal Church Mthe Good Shepherd 894-2393 !: grace Lutheran Church 894-2330 Church of Christ SMORGEll"E 504 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-2642 CLOSED TUESDAYS I-OUIE & JOYCE VICTORIA 894-4401 General Plan and illustrated his talk with a color map of the study area and various zoning deliniations posted on the wall. He urg Chamber members and their guests who were interested in the General Plan revision to make their concerns known to the Planning Department and to attend future meetings of the Committee. The Planning Commission will soon be hearing the General Plan EIR which will then be transmitted to the City Council. The new General Plan, while de- signed to cover the City for 20 years, will need another update before that time, Mr. Heckel declared. The housing element must be re- viewed every five years, He indicated that this element had been favorably received so far by the State Housing and Urban Devel- opment Department in regard to the ,}provisio for affordable hottsing. Chamber President Bruce Reuser thanks the Director for his very help- ful and informative presentation and announced that the next monthly meeting of the Chamber would take place on I-lallowe'en at 7 a.m. Led by Pamela J. Kimball, Career Deveh)per ,Sponsored By MANAGEMENT CONNECTIONS Northern Sonoma CounO"s Employment ,Specialists SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. i FEE: $35 includes Lnnch and Notebook of Helpful Resource Information plus 25% diount tin Professional Re.,mme Service .... , PRr.EGISTRATIOm''" " REQUIRED i i : NOVee WOllKSl.lOeS: :  Ntall,ology tO Learn More  ¥Ot NOV. 9 Them tS Life Beyond Whffe Zinlondt! Nov. 16 The Gift of ,Self Este,m iii i i i i I i[I ii i iiii i i All Workshops will be held at the MANA(;EMENT C()NNECTIONS office in CIoverdale. Please call tbr more information. Pre-Registration Required lor all Workshops. Limited Seating. 129 N. Cloverdale Blvd., #6 894-4400  I1 ii Bigger than a bread box. Smaller than Victoria. Before Primestar, satellite dishes were usually enormous. That's all changed. Primestar is a new direct-to-home satellite delivery, system with a surprisingly small dish less than four feet in diameter. 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