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PAGE 2 -- WEDNESDAY, NOV. 4. 2009 CLOVERDALE REVEILLE CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA Monday, Oct. 26 Ct. requests advice regarding her 12:42 a.m. Officer out at Ray'sneighbor's cats. Officer provided Food Place for a vehicle that is run- the number to Feline Rescue. ning and no one is around: 2-16 p.m. Citizen requests to 6:10 a.m. Caller on Debmar Ln. speak to an officer regarding a civil reports a rooster is crowing again, situation. Advice given. Caller requests animal control fol- 4:19 p.m. Citizen reports that his low up with getting it removed,estranged wife refused to let him 10:40 a.m. Caller reports Patriot have his children as per a court or- Gas Station has a sign up that der. blocks view of oncoming traffic. Of- 5:21 p.m. Caller on Tarman Dr. ficer reports the sign was taken reports a group of three subjects down upon request, just tried to fight her brother at their 11:59 a.m. Caller reports a ten- residence. ant/landlord issue on Caledonian 6:43 p.m. Citizen requests to Ct. Officer reports matter is civil in speak to an officer regarding a situ- nature and advice was given to ation involving an ex. both sides. 7:35 p.m. Caller reports a male 12:27 p.m. Caller on Honeysuckle subject, face down, on Asti Rd. Of- ricer cited subject for being drunk in public. Tuesday, Oct. 27 9:03 a.m. Citizen requests to speak with an officer regarding child custody issue. 10:07 a.m. Caller from Washing- ton School reports a student "walk- away," who is now headed north on Cloverdale Blvd. Officer met with the school and student. 10:33 a.m. Citizen requests a civil stand by as she determines whether or not tenants have vacated proper- ty on Commercial St. 1:06 p.m. Caller on Tarman Dr. requests assistance in dealing with her 17 year old daughter. 4:16 p.m. Caller reports a large Featured Properties: Enjoy Easy Wine Country Living Two newly listed mobile homes in all-age park with pool, clubhouse, game room and BBQ facility. 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This ~vent promises to be filled with plenty to do, from a formal dinner to a live and silent auction. The popular band "Misdemeanor" will be rocking the night away for your dancing pleasure. Plan to bring your friends and family from near and far to enjoy and support this local evening with your community. Further details will be announced in the Reveille in the next few weeks. "So, keep you eyes open, dust off your dancing shoes and get ready for this New Year's Eve party in Cloverdale. tree fell on Orange Dr. Public Works to handle. 4:44 p.m. Caller on Tarman Dr. reports a male subject is choking a female subject. Report taken. 4:51 p.m. =Officer out with two subjects laying on the offramp to southbound S. Cloverdale Blvd. 5:31 p.m. Caller on Furber Ln. re- ports a dog locked in a vehicle for the last hour and requests an officer check the welfare. 6:14 p.m. Officer out on S. Clover- dale Blvd. with two subjects. One was cited for being drunk in public. 6:34 p.m. Caller on Del Webb Dr. reports a suspicious male subject going door to door asking for mon- ey for gas. 6:46 p.m. Clerk at Shell Gas Sta- tion reports a shoplifter. Officer cit- ed subject. Wednesday, Oct. 28 12:12 a.m. Caller on Caledonian Ct. reports upstairs tenants are From the pages of the Cloverdale Reveille Matters that are More or Less of Interest By ]oyce Mann November 6, 1909 - 100 years ago: It is said that a rich vein of gold bearing ore has been struck in a shaft on the Stillwell ranch near the ocean between Caspar and Noyo. The details of the assay have not been given out, but the rock is said to be quite rich. A new raisin grape has been introduced into Fresno. The berries are from two to three times as large as the regular Muscat raisin and are much sweeter. Only one or two seeds are found in each berry. From the "Household Column": Baked Bean Sandwiches. Mash a cup- ful of baked beans; add a tea- spoonful of chopped parsley, a teaspoonful of onion juice and a little prepared mustard. Sea- son to taste with salt and white pepper. Butter white bread on the loaf, cut into thin slices and spread with the filling. Trim off the crusts and cut into shapes. November 5, 1959 - 50 years ago: California Highway Commis- sion now has under consider- ation the adoption of a freeway route for the relocation of 17.4 miles of U.S. 101 (Redwood Highway) in Sonoma County between Lytton and Mendoci- no County line. The State High- way Engineer has recommended a route which would bypass Geyserville and Asti on the west, swing to the east around ~loverdale and rejoin the existing highway about a mile south of the Mendocino County line. The recommended route follows some sections of the existing highway but eliminates loops and curves. The staff of the Crier, Cloverdale High School's bi-monthly publication, has made a step toward reaching the public. Its aim is to reach people interested in high school students by putting the paper on sale. A nine months' subscription may be obtained for $1.50. November 7, 1984 - 25 years ago: With the recent ruling of the Federal Alcohol Firearms and Tobacco Bureau, the boundaries of the Alexander Valley wine appellation have been expanded to include several Cloverdale winemakers. Cordtz Brothers, Italian Swiss Colony, Paulsen Vineyards, Bandiera and Dia- mond Olands are included in this prestigious appellation. The decision follows a two year disagreement among county grape growers and wine makers. Many growers questioned whether the Asti-Cloverdale area should have access to the highly acclaimed appellation and estab- lished reputation. The Bureau's decision came after extensive hearings and careful deliberations. making too much noise and bang-speak to an officer regarding a par- ing and moving stuff around. Offic- ty that she is going to have on Hal- er warned and advised subjects, loween. Advice given. 7:00 a.m. Caller on Red Mountain 10:07 a.m. Caller from JEH re- Dr. reports an on going problem ports a verbal argument between a with a barking dog. student and teacher. Report taken. 7:51 a.m. Caller on Buckeye Cir. 10:07 a.m. Report of a verbal ar- reports a loud explosion in the area. gument in the Owl Cafe parking PG&E was notified, lot. Officer matter was resolved. 9:16 a.m. Caller on Buckeye re- 10:49 a.m. Caller on Caledonian ports another explosion in the area. Ct. reports being harassed by ten- PG&E reports a fuse blew. ants. 9:35 a.m. Citizen requests to >PLEASE TURN TO PAGE 3 Many patients preferto before a purchase. 756 S. Dora St. 463-2966 Presentedi by Jeff and Tina Tate SPARING THE RODS SPOILS THE RIDE The part of a vehicle's steering mechanism known as the "tie rod" trans- mits force from the steering center link (or steering rack) to the steering knuck- le, thereby allowing the wheel to turn. The outer end of this slender structural rod connects with an adjusting sleeve, which allows for adjusting the length of the tie rod and a consequent setting of the vehicle's alignment angle. With all that is ridingon this relatively small com- ponent, it is recommended that an auto- mobile's steering and suspension systems be checked regularly, at least annually, in conjunction with a wheel alignment. Otherwise, a worn tie rod can lead to highway wandering, erratic steering, and abnormal tire wear. Hint: One way to check the tie rod ends involves placing the car on a lift and jerking on the wheel hub to see how much play there is in the tie rod end ball joint. iii;i~i~