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Page 2, Cloverdale Reveille, October 22, 1997 , Visiting Home Care receives.00 funds for Sick Child Program Monday, Oct. 13 Friday, October 17 Visiting Home Care is pleased Carlos Sanchez arrested from in front of S. Cloverdale business for San Jose warrant. Cited to ap- pear. Cell phone stolen from a vehicle parked at Vista View. Woman reports finding five cas- sette tape recorders behind a N. Cloverdale Blvd. business. Tuesday, Oct. 14 911 report of a white female adult with a stick, yelling at two small juveniles at N. Cloverdale Blvd. Woman reports her "97 regis- tration sticker was removed from her rental car. Woman reports her friend's bike was stolen from Clark Ave. Wednesday, Oct. 15 Car found vandalized behind Cloverdale High. The car was an unreported stolen vehicle. Woman reports seeing people driving recklessly on First Street, and turning into Domenichelli's Real Estate to avoid the stoplight. Woman reports seeing a green parrot at the top of Vista view Dr. flying from tree to tree. Thursday, Oct. 16 Woman at N. Main reports see- ing a male adult in a Toyota pick- up putting garbage in her dumpster. The man was contact- ed and told to pick up his garbage. Woman reports two male juve- niles stole five cold packs of beer and fled in a brown vehicle from Chevron. juvenile arrested for petty theft. Cited to appear. 911 report of an uncontrollable juvenile in a vehicle at Hamburg- er Ranch. Juvenile calmed down. Man arrested at South Street for drunk driving and possession of marijuana. Saturday, October 15 Man arrested for drunk driving at 100 block Railroad Avenue. United Church reports door to Thrift Store damaged, requested extra patrol. Woman at First Street reports she lost her wallet with $500 cash in it. Woman at Vista View reports finding mail stolen from her neigh- bor's in her son's room. Juvenile was arrested and cited to appear. Sunday, October 16 Chevron reports a man took down a paper towel dispenser and threw it in the garbage. He was taken home by police. Monday, October 17 Report that a man and woman are fighting at S. Cloverdale Blvd. The man was arrested. Look of Wood Shutters Dozens of Finishes Get 70% OFF I 894-5219 '.G, , ,, Free Installation -------- l Free Estimates Everything for the Window Neal Reynolds I Edward Jones Named No. Recently, The Wall Street Journal recognized Edward Jones' recommended stock portfolio as the top performer among 16 of the nation's leading investment firms for the 12 months ended June 30, 1997. The No. 1 ranking cited not only outstanding returns, but also, a consistently low rate of turnover in the portfolio. For a. copy of the current "Investment Perspective," including recommnedations from our Research Department, contact our office. Ted Etheredge 144 Matheson St.., Healdsburg (707)433-7827 www.edwardjones.com EdwardJonei  Indhddual lnvemom Since 187s I '\\; Quality Service & Lower Costs HEALDSBURG HEARING INSTRUHENTS "Over 60 homes available. Call 894-5737 for free list." Jeff Weiss Realty flstingllnk.eom/:lovercle Michelle Ule,.Tmmble Associate REALTOR Why Settle for Less ? We Are a Full Service Real Estate Office CALL US OR STOP BY! Century 21, Les Ryan Realty 894-5232 114 Lake St. OUR AGEWrS., Willo Rose Bobble Lyons Ins Komk Carmlle Lima Cras Kynakos to announce that the Sonoma County Human Services Commis- sion has granted funds to be used for the Sick Child Program in Northern Sonoma County. This program provides quality on-call care for mildly ill children, ages one through high school, in the comfort of their own homes. Uti- lizing this program allows par- ents to meet their daily commitments with the assurance that their children are well cared for. The Sick Child Program is ac- cessible by phone 24 hours a day. Specifically trained, screened, in- sured, and bonded caregivers are sent to the home under the super- vision of a registered nurse. Cost of care is based on a sliding scale formulated according to annual income and family size. There is a four-hour minimum for the service. Visiting Home Care is a nonprofit public benefit organi- zation and through this grant funding is able to supplement the fee for service. This helps to make care affordable. Visiting Home Care is also seek- ing partnerships with local busi- nesses to provide an employee benefit called Family Care. In Sonoma County, 57% of children 5 years and younger and 67% of children ages 6-13 live in house- holds where both parents or the single parent head of the house- hold is in the labor force. (Ex- cerpted from The California Child Care Portfolio 1997.) Business can take a leadership role in promot- ing and providing family friendly programs to their employees. Family friendly employers" will attract and retain workers, and can benefit from an increase in productivity and employee loyal- ty to the company. The concept of sick child care is a relatively new idea for the com- munity of Sonoma County. It's a program designed to provide a vital link of support to families and affirms the fact that our chil- dren and parents are important members of this community. For further information regard- ing the service or employment as a caregiver call: Visiting Home Care in Cloverdale at (707)894- 8664 or Santa Rosa (707)527-8282. Geyserville man finishes Navy basic training Navy Seaman Derek ]. Lines, justastheydoaboardshipsandat shore commands around the world. To reinforce team concept, Lines and other recruits also were trained in preventing sexual ha- rassment and ensuring equal op- portunity. Even as the naval service gets smaller over the next few years, highly motivated young people like Lines are still finding an op- portunity to improve their knowl- edge and education as they become part of the most highly technical naval force in history. This year alone, the Navy will have more than 57,000 job open- ings and opportunities, most of which include guaranteed train- ing. For more information on an exciting career in the Navy call 1- 800-USA-NAVY or visit the inter- son of Ann Lines of Geyserville, recently completed US Navy ba- sic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill. During theeight-week program, Lines completed a variety of train- ing which included classroom study and practical instruction on naval customs, first aid, fire fight- ing, water safety and survival, and shilboard and aircraft safety. An emphasis is also placed on physical fitness. Lines and other recruits also received instruction on the Na- vy's core values-honor, courage, and commitment--and how to apply them in their military per- formance and personal conduct. Lines joins 55,000 men and wom- en who will enter the Navy this year from all over the country., net at Www.Navyjobs.com. Men and women tramoglhr 4 Heia 1997,sraduate of Geyser- from their first day in me N7yille I-ligh School. Hear fun speeches in Willits Toastmasters Division "G", District 57 is holding a Humorous Speech and Evaluation contest on Saturday, Oct. 25 from I to 4 p.m. at the Willits High School Auditorium, 299 N. Main Street, Willits. "This is your opportunity to discover, and enjoy the creative talents and friendships of Toastmasters from Santa Rosa, Healdsburg, Clo- verdale, Ukiah, Lake County, Trinidad, Eureka, Fortuna and Arcata," a spokesperson noted. "Come and experience a remarkable afternoon as you listen to "Area" winners present their clever speeches, hear insightful evalu- ations of a guest "target speaker," and receive invaluable information on the new "Leadership Track" for Toastmasters from District repre- sentatives. Admission is free, and everyone is welcome. For information call Irene Monroe: (707) 263-3000. - |1111 * I CA LL TODAY! TOLL FREE 10100)36%1713 Medi-Cal Accepted We Make House Calls ,,,, ,, i DIRT CHEAP (70.7)824-2S50 307 South Main Street Sebastopot niRw' CHEAP TRAVEL'[ 301 East SL, Healdsburg SILVEIRA BODY SHOP AWARD WINNING WORKMANSHIP SPRAY BAKE BOOTH HIGHER GLOSS PAINT JOBS ALL MAKES AND MODELS-FREE ESTIMATES & FREE LOANER CARS AVAILABLE 985 Healdsburg Ave. Healdsburg 433"2424 JIM'S AUTOMOTIVE SPECIALISTS ,,,,, COMPLETE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR On all Foreign & Domestic CARS & TRUCKS (707)857-3790 21310 Redwood Hwy. -Gey sewville :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::ii i ii iiiii i! Ni! ili[]i:]ii:!:???:2!: :i: i: :]:i:!:!:i:i:[::i: :3:?i:i: i!:i:i:!:i: i: :i:i:i::i:?: i:: :?: :::::::::::::::::::::::: i: ?:? :?:? ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: !t Dante Leoni [ Dante Leoni was born in Torrington, Connecticut on Nov. 2 He came to California at age 7. He was raised in Asti and at-ten little one-room schoolhouse. Later, he and his family s Cloverdale where Dante graduated from high school and co in his education at the University of Colorado. During World he became a naval radio communications operator which le successful career as the regional manager of ITT in San Fran Returning to his hometown of Cloverdale, he spent his ret years manicuring the vineyard on the ranch that his mother art had spent their long lives. The fruit of his efforts continued a la that produced award-winning wine. Our cherished father is survived by the mother of his d Rosemary Leoni; brother Robert Ioli, two daughters Lynda G Pamela Hubbard and only son, Tracy Leoni; and beloved frier Rose. Dante is also survived by his sons-in-law Don Hubb Frank Gallegos, four grandchildren, six nieces, two nephews, ous relatives in Italy. Dante touched the hearts of many and remembered for his wonderful ability to embrace all the as life, with a sense of humor and love. Dante passed away Saturday, Oct. 18 at the age of 74. A memorial will be held at St. Peter's Church in Clove Monday, OCt. 27, at 12 noon with a reception immediately fol Donations may be made to Hospice or a charity of your cho: may have reason to hope that their dream of having a golf course here just might someday become a re- ality. A committee of the Chamber of Commerce spent time this sum- mer investigating the economic and social benefits that would re- sult from a municipally owned championship golf course. The committee's findings re- ceived an overwhelming response in favor of such a project, accord- ing to the Chairman Jim De Marti- ni. Consequently the Chairman wrote a letter to the City Council asking that such a project be given serious consideration. The proposal was discussed at a recent Study session lead by the Council regarding future goals of the City's Economic Development Strategy. As a result the golf course will be placed on the Council's Community Development Agen- cy's November agenda. DeMartini noted in his letter that, as with any bold stroke, tim- ing is everything, and that neither the Chamber, nor any other pri- vate service organization, or pri- vate concern can at this time take up the challenge. The financial requirements are too great for any- one other than government to un- dertake, he wrote. He asked that a feasibility study be commissioned and paid for out of City Community Redevelop- ment funds as the first and most important step to take. A study was made earlier by Louisiana Pacific Lumber CO, owner of property south of town that could be the site of such a project. It was found then that a nine hole golf course would not be feasible. To accommodate an 18 hole course other private hold- ings in the area would have to be included. The committee feels thata cham- pionship golf course is feasible as a public or public/private endeav- or. Such a project would preserve ope n space, provide local jobs and GROWERS Supply & Irrigation 20750 Geyservllle Ave. 857-3484 Irrigation Systems -Farm Supplies Hardware & Equipment -Housewares lem's New and Reconditioned Appliances Spring AW Mattresses We Service What We Sell! Compet/t/ve Pttces 2S North St. ] Healdsburg FREE DELIVERY t 433-4838 TERMS cal tax revenue if annexc City, the Chamber study Also such a golf course w tract tourists to Cloverd tributing further to the 10 vice and retail economy. DeMartini pointed to tb new residents that will be, to Cloverdale through Webb Clover Springs d ment as well as other pro rently underway here. A golf course would [ crease the value of the Clo I airport as a major entrywa verdale and would also he] the City's waste water c problem in light of recent[ tions involving threatenea[ in the Russian River. | DeMartini told the Re d was delighted with the Cit cil's interest in the projec willingness to discuss th t Council level. " C----------I Monday, Oct. 13 Illegal burn pile repo' River Road. Vehicle fire reported a way 101 and Mendocino line, vehicle found fully i in flames. No injuries. Tuesday, Oct. 14 Assisted sheriff's de with access to County Wednesday, OCtall Medical aid reported Road, female with aller tion-transp0rted to HGH. Thursday, Oct. 16 Wildland fire reported 1 house on Palomino Road. was caused by spontaneo bustion in painting mater outside the house. Discov, neighbors and extingnishe to the fire extending to the Alarm sounding at LDS ( at S. Cloverdale Blvd. 1  found. Friday, OCt. 17 Report of a trash can fi Cloverdale Library. No Saturday, Oct. 18 Vehicle accident reporte Road. Vehicle struck a utili The driver left the scene arrival. Smoke check perfor Healdsburg Ave. Illegal b located. Medical aid at Rocky , Male hyperventilating- port. Monday, October 1! Medical aid at N. Main patient suffering from a P , heart attack. Transported by Cloverdale ambulance. Daylight Savings Sun., Oct. 26. Set one hour before you gO Saturday nighL I A A A A A A A A A A A A A A JIl -...- -. ........ .: - )ix 00namDer urges gon h course feasibility stu00n Cloverdale's dedicated golfers become a significant sourl '