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Page 2, Cloverdale Reveille, November 5, 1997 i ,,,,,,  The "OLD IRONSIDES" connection Monday, October 27 Sonoma County Sheriffs offic- er requests back-up for person sleeping in a stolen vehicle at Asti road. Man reports his '77 Ford pick- up was stolen from S. Cloverdale Blvd. He later located next to the cemetery. 911 hang-up at East First Street. Officer arrested a man there for battery on a police officer/emer- gency personnel-rifle confiscat- ed for safe-keeping. Tuesday, October 28 Total Image vim of a bur- glary. CHP reports a juvenile is locked in a vehicle at Ray's Food Place. Wednesday, October 29 Woman at William Circle re- ports her phone card was stolen by a juvenile. Two juvenile girls were arrested and cited to ap- pear. Wednesday, October 30 Man arrested for being under the influence of a controlled sub- stance and drunk driving at Cit- rus Fair Drive and N/B 101. Cited to appear. Victor Aparicio arrested at Sha- han for a warrant. Cited to ap- pear. Male juvenile reports another male juvenile hit him at 500 block N. Cloverdale Boulevard. Woman reports a trombone was taken from her vehicle while it was parked at S. Cloverdale Blvd. Friday, October 31 Del Webb site vandalized. Report that a subject is living in a vehicle with a small child Offic- er reports the vehicle is on private property, and it is a temporary shelter Report of male subjects throw- ing eggs in the Clark Ave. area. Report of a group of juveniles playing with paint guns and throwing eggs at Foothill and Chablis Report of juveniles at Brook- side Drive handing out poultry parts for Halloween. They were warned and advised. Man arrested for being under the influence of a controlled sub- stance. Saturday, November 1 Report of a fight by the pool at Rancho De Amigos. Man and woman warned and advised Woman reports juveniles have a rope stretched across Tarman Drive and are raising it up when vehicles approach.'. Woman at Clark reports she lent her cell phone to her neighbor, and when she returned it, it was destroyed. By Lester M. Herring The USS Constitution, more fa- miliarly known as "Old Ironsides", is celebrating its 200th birthday and therefore has been very much in the news in 1997. In spite of its nickname, Old Iron- sides is made of oak and was launched on Oct. 21,1797 It is the world's oldest commissioned war- ship and has continuously been on the active list of fighting ships of the United States Navy. Old Ironsides has spent most of its years on the east coast of our country and for many years has served as a museum while ties up at the Navy Base on the St. Charles River in Boston, not far from where it was launched nearly 200 years ago During the long history of Old Ironsides, which almost reaches back to the founding of the United States of America, it has been on the west coast only one time in the depression year 1933, 64 years ago. And therein lies the tale This story might be called "The Sono- ma County Old Ironsides Connec- tion." EvelynCoburn Herring, my wife of more than 53 years, was born in Geyserville and went to grade school there. In the Spring of 1933 she, with her classmates and fifth grade teacher, Miss Sweet, visited the famous vessel when it was on a three year tour and docked in San Francisco. Evelyn recalls the visit very well. Then, almost 12 years ago, Eve- lyn and I flew to New York City and while on the east coast visited Old Ironsides in Boston. Since our visit to the ship I have reflected over the fact that Evelyn has visited Old Ironsides on both the east and west coasts of the United States and I have wondered how many other people who may have seen the venerable old ship on both coasts of this country In recent months I have talked with many people I know who possibly could have seen the ship on both coasts. Several said they saw it in San Pedro or San Diego and a few in San Francisco but none had seen it on the east coast Later I. could only find three people besides Evelyn who have seen the ship on both coasts; name- ly, Marie Hill and Virginia Haehl of Cloverdale and a lady who lives in Santa Rosa. I would be interested in hearing from any reader who has had the same experience. You can contact me through the Reveille., 894-3339. ngratulati n ' o .o..,,..s oo. t November 7th, 9 am. N Josle, Wlsh You success!  At Oel Webb's Sun City Roseville, the Second Annual Scarecrow Contest created a lot of enjoyment for resldents. The scenes were ,,, , , ,, ,, ,,,  , , " " ,, ,, created by members of Sun CRy Rosevllle's activities clubs, and  went on display in the garages of the community's model homes on f Why Settle for Less ? Oct. 3. "This is a good example of some of the fun and seasonal activities enjoyed by Del Webb community residents," a local spokes- person for the company noted. I] We Are a Full Service R Este Office " ,e'rviceGn 6juSt ae'rewIL |thr '  OIJR AGENTS #orker ,eith mo : real ha!) e II CALL US OR STOP BY. ..o+ "  sat sfac,o, than an the, Bobbie Lyons [[ Century 21, Les Ryan Realty n, K,,,,k venture of life. Carrie Cat I[ , Camille tarm 894-5232 114 Lake SL , ko, i- __ ather " | Oct. 28 68 49 Oct. 29 68 58 Oct. 30 70 65 Se'rvice'In 6juSt adereWhrdt " worker with more real happiness and satisfaction than any other II I I III III Nil II Specializing in the Cloverdale and tlealdsburg Areas, Oct. 31 74 62 Nov. 1 81 60 Nov. 2 86 62 k,.Nv'3 82 60 j Fire Digtdcfcan3 The regularly scheduled meet- ing of the Cloverdale Fire Protec- tion District on Nov. 10 has been cancelled. A special meeting was called on Nov. 3 when the board met in closed session to conference with CEO/Fire Chief Jack Rosevear, District Counsel Larry McLaugh- fin, and Counsel Helene Leichter, representing the CloverdaleFire- men's Association. The next regular meeting of the Board will take place Dec 8 at 7 p.m. in the Sciaini Building meet- ing room, 138 S Cloverdale Blvd. DIRT CHEAP &00t/YISE oo00).l..liso i , 307 South Main Street Sebastopol ; + DIRT CHEAP TRAVEL tt0ME$ & VINES  Dr. Norman Jack Kaiser, Dr. Norman Jack Kaiser, DDS, 72, of Redmond, died 30, 1997 at St Charles Medical Center in Bend. Memorial were held Nov. 3 at the Redmond Memorial Chapel. Funeral will be held Wednesday, November 5 at 11 am at the Church Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Cloverdale, California. Ed Jack's son-in-law will officiate at both services. Redmond Chapel is in charge of services in Oregon with Fred Cloverdale. Jack was born the son of William and Ruth (Johns) December 13, 1924 in Bloom, Kansas. He enlisted in the US 1943 and served in the Medical Corps until 1946 He Rhineland and Central Europe. He attended college at Berkeley and was a 1954 graduate of the University of with a degree in Dentistry. He had his own dental practice for l years in Cloverdale. He retired in 1987 and moved to Redmond in 1990 from He was a member of the Grace Lutheran Church, the Lions Club in Cloverdale. Bobrd for many years. He was also a member of the Dentists In Redmond he was a member of the Rod and Gun Club Redmond Elks Lodge. He enjoyed the outdoors, especially and fishing and was an avid San Francisco 49ers fan. He was in death by his first wife, Joanne in Cloverdale in June of 1983. married to Mary Kauffman in Redmond on Aug. 4, 1990. Survivors include his wife, Mary Kaiser, Redmond Wolfe, Auburn, CA; Chris Bowen, Cloverdale; Jod) step-daughter Karen Sturza, Redmond; step-sons Jim Medford, OR; Ken Kauffman, Redmond; Bob Kauffman, and 16 grandchildren, and two great grandchildren. goppertower new health for poor families By Roberta Lyons After years of effort, Terrie Spenst, RN, executive director of the Coppertower Family Med- ical Center, has been able to se- cure a number of State Department of Health Services grants to help local poverty level clients. Spenst wants,to get the word Dubbed the nities" program, the provide services for gible for Medi-Cal and uninsured. Usually the "working poor," people who often go sic health services have no way of paying According to Spenst, Georgina Ramirez-Azcarraga, MD examines at Copper Tower Medical Center. out to potential patients that a variety of important and basic health care services, including dentistry, are now avmlable to them at little or no cost.  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