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Tuesday, October 21 Crossing Guard reports her stop sign was stolen from her vehicle while parked at East Fourth dur- ing the night. The sign was locat- ed at the high school. Longs reports having a juvenile in custody for shoplifting. The juvenile was cited to do commu- nity service work. Woman reports a male juvenile hit her juvenile son in the area of 400 S. Cloverdale Blvd. Under investigation. Woman reports a subject inside a sleeping bag in the back of a truck parked at N. Cloverdale Blvd., is possibly being held against their will. Wednesday, October 22 man reports his canvas hat was stolen from the post office. Sergeant contacted three sepa- rate juveniles and talked to them about their driving. Thursday, October 23 Woman reports theft of her purse from her unlocked vehicle parked on First Street. Hamburger Ranch burglarized during the night. Man reports tires and wheels were taken from inside his locked vehicle parked at N. Cloverdale Blvd. and Shahan. Man reports an egg hit his vehi- cle while he was driving on Citrus Fair Drive. Friday, October 24 Report that three juveniles are vandalizing the Sonoma County Transit building. Saturday, October 25 San Jose man arrested for being under the influence of a controlled substance. Santa Rosa man arrested for being under the influence of a controlled substance and posses- sion of marijuana. Two tenants of N. Cloverdale Boulevard apartment building report apartments vandalized with paintball guns. Chet Donahoo self-surrendered on warrant. Christina Hermosillo self-sur- rendered on warrants. 911 report of a fight, possibly 40 to 50 subjects involved at Citrus Fair Drive. Ambulance requested and one subject was transported to HGH. Sunday, Oct. 26 Report that a red Honda drove by Blair Street and subject inside threw eggs at a parked car. Edward Jones Named No. Recently, The Wall Street Journal recogrfized 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 wwwTedward jones.corn r Quality Service & Lower Costs "Over 60 homes available. Call 894-5737 for free list. '' Jeff Weiss Realty Michelle Lile-Trumble Associate REALTOR Iistingllnk.c0m/cloverdale Why Settle for Less,? We Are a Full Service Real Estate Office CALL US OR STOP BY! ou.rSw.,o.o. Century 21, Les Ryan Realty 'lris KoikLYs Camille Lmn 894-5232 114 Lake St. . GusKyriako It was Western Day at Manzanita Nursing and Rehabilitation Center recently. (Above) Ted Draper gives a buggy ride to Manzanlta Staff Developer Nancy Gullickson (I) and resident End Reinka. Gullik- son, owner of "Carriage Occasions" provided the horse and car- riage. Residents and their family members enjoyed the horse and buggy rides around the building and a delicious BBQ afterwards. Keep your animals safe on Halloween Halloween is a special night for children, but the excitement confuses pets, warns the Humane Society of Sonoma County. Cos- tumes, frantic doorbell ringing, shouting trick-or-treaters are upset- ting. Animals are also vulnerable to pranksters. Here are some suggestions for your pet's happy Halloween. Keep pets away from the doors. The surprise of visitors may trigger them bolting through the open door. Cats and dogs are fascinated by candle flames. Their curiosity can knock over candles, either burning the animals or starting a fire. Secure candles to avoid being stepped on, or tapped by a wagging tail. Chocolate is poison! It may seem cute for an animal to have a chocolate covered mug, but their digestive systems can't handle it. Indulge your pet with a special treat or snack, but keep the candy for humans. Avoid dressing your animals in costume. The confining nature of a costume could cause behavior like scratching and biting to remove it. Any children nearby may get caught up in the frenzy. Protect your black cats. Many animals are harmed by pranksters, so keep your pet indoors and supervised. "We want everyone to enjoy this special evening," says Dan Knapp, Executive Director. "We also want parents and children to protect and appreciate pets." II II Ronald Joseph Delfino Ronald Joseph Delfino, 44, a former resident of Clovetdale, ( at his residence in Klamath Falls, Oregon on Saturday; Oct. He is survived by his wife Rene Delfino of Klamath Falls sons, Ronnie Delfino of Albuquerque, New Mexico and taker, II of Spring Valley, CA; daughters Wendy Williams querque, New Mexico, and Nancy Houston of granddaughter, Crystal Rene Houston also of al other grandchildren; his parents James W. and Betty Jean of Cloverdale, CA and brothers and sisters Larry Delfino CA; Jim Delfino, Jr. of Nampa, Idaho; Linda Crayford of CA and Robin Delfino of Cloverdale, CA; also numerous nephews, aunts and uncles and cousins. Disposition will be by cremation. Memorial services the chapel of Ward's Klamath Funeral Home in Klamath Tuesday; Oct. 28 with Rev. Mr. Ken Morton; Catholic Church officiating. Eva Ewing Eva Ewing, 81, leaves eight children, three dau 29 grandchildren, and 26 great-grandchildren. Her children are Rose Sargeant, Cloverdale; Howard verdale; Raymond Ewing, Seattle, WA; Edward Ewing, St. i CA; Larry Ewing, Kansas City, Kansas; Ruby Bush, Sam Ewing, Orfino, Idaho; Hazel Dirrett, Jefferson, OR; and Bolas, Lombard, Idaho. Eva was a volunteer worker for the senior center and Creek Road on the Peterson Ranch from '49 to '61; and and Santa Rosa a few years. In 1974 she moved to Albany, OR husband Jack Ewing, She passed away at Manzanita Manor. a native of Kansas. Halloween parade and party Oct. 31 Ghouls and goblins grab your mom and dad and head fort annual "Safe and Sane" Halloween Parade and the Roaring 20"s Lioness Club of Cloverdale. Parade signs-up will be in the parking lot at the comer of Cloverdale Blvd. from 4:30 to 5:00 on Friday, october 31. Prize age divisions include: babies-2nd grade, 3rd 7th grade and up and groups of two or more. Prizes for prettiest, ugliest, and most original will be each classification. Prizes will be awarded in each a Prizes will be awarded at the end the parade. The ghostly parade will make its way to the Multi-Purpose Washington School. The party will be held from 5:30 to 7:00 In. the event of rain, si For information volunteering Or donating cookies and cupcakes call 894-3563 "3761. Dog & Cat Vaccination . i Council adopts intent Yeterinarian Low Cost!!! _-,, to sell resolution f J,,.., -o. u J ...... d,, Vista View property  " ca.  v, aoies .................................. $5 Rabies ..... ---_ ...... The City Council has adopted a 6-in-1 incl. Parvo ................. $9 4-in-1 (DisvChlamydia) resolution of intent to sell a 3600 Corona Virus ....................... $8 Feline LeUkemia Bordetella ............................ $7 F.I.P. i # ' Parvo .................................... $6 Weather LymesDisease ................... $14 Cash & Checks/lccepted Oct. 21 74 44 Oct. 22 66 50 Oct. 23 69 45 Oct. 24 66 40 Oct; 25 70 49 Oct. 26 70 48 Oct. 27 69 53 i HEALDSBURG HEARING INSTRUMENTS l_ 301 East SL, Healdsburg ii i " CALL TODAY! TOLL FREE 1(800)361-1713 Medi-Cal Accepted We Make House Calls square foot surplus parcel located at 258 Vista View Drive to Fire Captain Rick Blackmon for the appraised value of $650. A public hearing on the sale will be held in November. In other business the Council conducted the second reading of Ord. 522097, a zoning amendment for southeast industrial properties. Roundworm Dewormmg ..... $5 Tapeworm Deworming by CLOVERDALE: Sunday, November 2, 12 Noon-l:30] HINDQUARTERS FEED & TACK, 821 N. ELEVEN-ELEVEN RADIOLOGY t INC. will X-Ray your child's for metallic objects, free! Call and let us know you're coming[ Rit Robinson, CRT, ARRT Facility 240 N. Cloverdale Blvd., CIoverdale (707)894-2253 Four appointed City's Airport Ad4soq TheCit candidates to the Airport, ry Committee for four' Wednesday. They include Kneisler, DeDe bastopol, a private Andersen of Clow ployed in the aviation Roy Payment, small tech t owner of Sebastopol. Purpose of the assist the SILVEIRA BODY SHOP AWARD WINNING WORKMANSHIP SPRAY BAKE BOOTH HIGHER GLOSS PAINT JOBS ALL MAKES AND MODELS-FREE ESTIMATES I I & FREE LOANER CARS AVAILABLE I 985 Itealdsburg Ave. I Ne.ldur 433-2424 I JIM'S AUTOMOTIVE SPECIALISTS COMPLETE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR On all Foreign & Domestic CARS & TRUCKS (707)857-3790 21310 Redwood Hwy..Ge-ville GROWERS Supply & Irrigation Irrigation Systems .Farm Supplies -Hardware & Equipment .Housewares 20750 Geyserville Ave. 857-3484 m'$ New and Reconditioned Appliances Spring Air Mattresses We Service,What We Sell! Competitive Prices 25NorthSt. 1 [ Itealdsburg FREE DELIVERY 433-4838 TERMS Family Fright at Cloverdale Library Oct. 29 The whole family is attend "Family Fright the Cloverdale Libr Wednesday, Oct. 29 not-so-scary event is tumes are optional. There stories, spooky songs, activities, a craft and 894-5271 if you have tions. AARP s training Are you 55 years or low income? Are you employment and Senior Community AARP Foundation) is program provides you work training, in obtaining more in.onnation, 9190