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October 15, 1997     Cloverdale Reveille
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Man arrested for drunk driving at Tarman and Alter. Wednesday, October 8 JEH reports a male juvenile there is possibly under the influence of marijuana. Officer arrested the juvenile. CHP reports a wrong-way driv- dale area. Officer unable to locate the vehicle. Thursday, October 9 Commercial Street resident re- ports someone has been shooting his cat with a pellet gun. Foster Freeze reports a manthere is harassing customers. The man was arrested for battery, resisting arrest, and being drunk in public. Man arrested for beating up his wife or cohabitant, warrants, pos- session of a controlled substance. Friday, October 10 Woman arrested from Brook- side for drunk driving, and being under the influence of a controlled substance. Tim Waiters arrested on a war- rant. Cited to appear. Man arrested from Hillview, for beating up his wife or cohabitant and stalking. Taken to county jail. Saturday, October 11 Monday, October 6 Tree down at Cloverdate Blvd. and Hot Springs. Damaged tele- phone lines and caused alarm ac- tivations at the LDS Church and Boys and Girls Club. Medical aid at Highway 128 for a male subject burned by gasoline vapors. Transported to HGH by Cloverdale Ambulance. Medical aid at River Road, baby with seizures. Baby was taken to HGH by Cloverdale Ambulance. Tuesday, October 7 Medical aid at S. Cloverdale Blvd. Female injured in a bicycle accident, transported to HGH by Cloverdale Ambulance. Wednesday, October 8 Smoke check at Asti Road, con- trol burn found. Friday, October 11 Medical aid reported at Hiatt Road. Male patient passed out, transported to HGH. Saltwater Bay stripers are still running strong. Most are drifting live bull- heads or anchovies. Trollers are trolling striper jigs and plugs. The top of the tide seems best. Alba- core are still being found off the coast of California, most trips in- volve a long boat ride. When the seas are willing, boats are finding 2-3 fish per rod with most of the tuna running in the 10- 20 pound class. A few large fish are picked up each day in the 35- 50 pound range. The ocean salmon bite has been slow off of the California Coast. A few kings have been picked up each day trolling at California Coast. A few kinds have been picked up each day trolling at California City in Marin. Lingcod and Rock- fishing trips have all been yielding good amounts of bottomfish with occasional big lings. The halibut bite has been slow out of Tomales, Bodega and .q Francisco Bay. Rivers The Sacramento River is still pumping out some nice Kings, try the Anderson/Balls Ferry area and below Red Bluff to Chico. Most are back trolling K-14 to K-16 Kwikfish or Back-Bouncing Roe. The Smith River has been produc- ing some reasonable salmon fish- ing in the lower river. A few Salmon have been found in the Lower Russian by Spinner Fishermen and Bait Soakers. The Delta Striper bite has been very good as has the catfish bite atnight. Black bass has been good for the tournament fishermen in the delta with some large stringers being weighed. Lake Sonoma A 16 Ib 10 oz catfish was caught in the Yorty Creek Arm this week- end. There have been no landlocked steelhead fishing reports. Large- mouths are still falling for early morning and evening topwater lures and buzzbaits. The bite is rated fair to good. er is traveling southbound in the Man arrested for drunk driving northbound lanes in the Clover- at Hillview and Debmar. "MASK-C.A.R.E. AID Ball set for Oct. 25 Officer chased a man in the area  i Tickets are selling fast for auo MAT'- ' i f .... " of S. Washington and arrested him CARE's second annual MASK-# I IHlae lOlUl I for being under the influence of a c.a.R.E.-AIDBallonSaturday, #t' a,,, r" * .,,1., I _-_-_--- __ _ - I controlled substance, resistingar- Oct. 25. This year's theme is klOK.[ AD I Wanted a I restand drunk driving. Pirates of the  RAt:"" I _=_,, I Woman reports finding a rattle- "C.A.R.E.IBBEAN". This will -.u t I l][ll|ll[l I snake in her back yard. Snake de- be an evening of fun for adults __  I  ,,..t,, : ....... I stroyed by officer, only..The Ball is taking place at I CUlU u_u,t t  I Sunday, October 12 the Vet s Memorial Building from I  P .N o eqmpment I 911 report of a fight at S. Clover- 8 pm to I am. There will be a no host bar --- I need bc purchased. I dale Blvd. Officer reports it was once again sponsored by the Cloverdale Li- I F,, ,,/;, ,.M/,qqd_25"OK I an argument between a juvenile onsClubandhorsd ouvreswillbeprovided by CARE. Spooky sounds and dancing tunes ..................... and a man. will be spinning with Simmons Sound. There will also be a costume contest ke with pr'mes in the following categories: Your tic t to a secure Most Creative (self designed), Most Re- 1 voltmg, Best Dressed Couple, Best Dressed retirement. Pirate, Peoples Choice and Best of the Ball, which will receive the perpetual trophy. You "t do not need to wear a costume to attend the ball but it does addto the fun of the evening! If you are in need of a costume, stop by our local Rags to Witches and they will show you their selec- tions and help you choose something special for the 1 event. Be sure to reserve your costumes soon for the best selection! t .... A raffle will be held at the Ball with chances to ! declares for Schools OCT ; H,', L:" 563 Dr Miles Everett of has announced he is a for State Su Instruction in 1998. A native of San an accredited K-12 For a recorded message of current rate information, call 1-800-4US BOND 1-800-487.2663 7ak.0000TOSA00 00t00L00t).BONDS @ A public service of this newspaper 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. HEALDSBHRG HEARING INSTRHHENTS Call or stop by today. Ted'Etheredge 144 Matheson St,Healdsburg (707)433-7827 www.edwardjones.com FAwa00Jone00 Serving Individual Investors Since t87s MemberSHC win an overnight getaway to the Mendocino Coast for two, $50 cash, a'nd dinfier for two at Charcute- rie Restaurant. There will also.be drawings dur- ing the evening for door prizes and warm up those vocal chords for the "Ruptured Ear Drum" Scream Contest. Tickets for this evening of fun are $15 per person and may be purchased at Ace Hardware, Rags to Witches, and Jefferson School. Buy your tickets soon as only 200 will be sold. They will be available at the door. Proceeds from this event will benefit CARE Educational Foundation, our local nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing the education of our children in the Cloverdale school district. Anyone who is honest with himself should be able to discover his own weaknesses for himself and reme- dy them as much as possible. AB Zu Tavern I CALL TODAY! 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"Few peo t breadth of experience dynamics of different learning that I have ed," the candidate states. He sees the need to ter training, port for teachers. master teachers whose help teachers im ing and who are res the quality of their demic programs and for evaluation. istrative problems mal leadership or teachers, in his view. ricula must en that master 3 sary but not enough. Everett can be 431-7274. Big Foot target of The California Forestry Mendocino Ranger Unit, conduct a 2,900 acre management Foot Mountain of October. The burn area is Yorkville, north of the County line. The first " burn days were and 14, 1997. CDF advises that some burning may continue the burn perimeter for following the initial burn. Any burning maining period will be one or two days until the acreage is obtained. Purposes of this bura duce the fuel loadin[[ chamise and chaparral slopes through the use scribed fire and to life habitat. Clear Lake The Lakeport Chamber merce over $5500 toward im onClear Lake er weighed 28.85 fish. Bert Galli of top honors. 36 teams for the event. The largest | caught by Mike Pelle Rosa, a pounds. Upper Blue Lake Fishing has been only lake has not had much lately. It was last month ago. Lake Mendocino There have been caught at the south end on anchovies and dough striper fishing has been a red-eared happening ber, rubber worms, and ji Trout Plants No trout plants are locally this week. OCT. 9 Hi: 63 Lo: 52 OCT. 10 Hi: 65 Lo: 52 OCT. 11 Hi: 73 Lo: 45 OCT. [12 Hi: 70 Lo: 46