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Cloverdale, California
November 26, 1997     Cloverdale Reveille
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"r .................... r'"v"',-', ............................. ,r-..,,-,,---,. r",-,,," L, '-L L Monday, Nov. 17 Damage to a display case was found at Washington School. Mother reports juvenile daugh- ter stayed away all night. She was referred to the Cloverdale Youth Partnership. A female German shepherd mix was reported missing from a Wil- liams Circle home. A bathtub was spray painted at the Clover Creek project. A big rig hit a stop sign at Sec- ond and Main. The driver will make restitution. A woman was a dog bite victim on Hillside Dr. Owner was cited for dog-at-large. Tuesday, Nov. 18 Chevron station reported three male juveniles stole a case and an 18 pack of beer. An ongoing problem with a barking dog on Triplett was re- ported. Officer requested docu- mentation. A red and black 15 speed bike was reported stolen from a E. Fourth st. residence. Wednesday, Nov. 19 A bike found at the city water treatment plant was turned in to the Police Department by the plant superintendent. A two vehicle accident on Trip- lett resulted in no injuries. Drivers exchanged information. A white female adult was re- ported jumping in front of traffic. Officersmover he along. A male juvenile reported receiv- ing harassing phone calls. The case is under investigation. Thursday, Nov. 20 An oak tree fell on a power line on S. Cloverdale blvd. PG&E was notified. A woman reported receiving veiled threats against her life. Under investigation. Theft of tools, tire chains and oil from a truck parked on e. Second Street was reported. Friday Nov. 21 Five juveniles were reported loi- tering in a Cul-de-Sac on Butler Ct. They were gone on arrival. An argument in a downstairs apartment on Clark St. was re- ported by a neighbor. The male resident left the premises. A woman on her way to Ukiah asked for assistance in locating her husband who was driving anoth- er vehicle. He was found. A woman reported being knocked down by a vehicle at Main & Broad streets. Saturday, Nov. 22 An elderly male was transport- ed to HGH after falling out of bed. His injuries unknown. A stolen Nissan 4x4 Pickup was reported stolen from an E. First St. residence. . Sunday, Nov. 23 A husband made a 911 call re- porting his wife was acting hys- terically. The couple was coun- seled regarding their argument. A female reported her boyfriend threw a plastic cough medicine bottle at her. It broke and hit her neck. Officer found novlsible neck  injury. HOME LOANS For buying or refinancing your home. Competitive Rates! Great Service! 435 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-4323 -. r i" i i Save Time, Save Money! NEAL REYNOLDS WINDOW COVERINGS All Samples Brought to Your Home Free Estimates Free Installation Mini Blinds, Verticals, Pleated Shades, Wood Shades 894-5219 I Bill drew l I | Neal Reynolds ,,j I I I1[11 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 AGENTS Wiflo Rose Bobble Lyons Iris Konik Camille Linn Do Sato Blood donors needed erdale dri " for Clov ve scheduled December 11 One blood donation can help save as many as four lives, accord- ing to blood Bank of the Redwoods. A community blood drive is scheduled for Cloverdale Thurs- day, Dec. 11 at the Citrus Fair- grounds tea room from 4 to 7 p.m. Donors must be at least 17 years old, in good health, weigh at least 110 pounds, show no symptoms of cold or flu and should eat at least a substantial meal within four hours of donating. When you donate blood, sever- al different products can be pro- duced from just one pint. One pint of blood can be used to help treat a variety of people, such as : acci- dent and burn victims; cancer pa- tients; patients with blood disor- ders, and patients undergoing transplant or heart surgeries. For more information on blood drives in other Sonoma County communities or to schedule an appointment at the center in Peta- luma or Santa Rosa, contact blood Bank of the Redwoods at 545-1222 or 1-800-4-BLOOD-4U. Assembly member Virginia Strom-Martin is encouraging Sonoma County residents to do- nate blood this winter to assure that hospitals and doctors have the blood needed for a variety of crisis situations. "The non-profit Blood Bank of the Redwoods lost money lastyear and was forced to cut payroll by 25 percent as a result of a decrease in donations," Strom-Martin said. "Out of the 50 percent of the pop- ulation in Sonoma County who are eligible to donate blood, only one percent are doing so." "We all need to do our share and view donating blood as an essen- tial community service," she ex- plained. Strom-Martin donated blood Nov. 19 at the drive in Santa Rosa. Improvements to Citrus Fair Dr. site will proceed A landscaping and signage pro- gram for a city parcel on Citrus Fair Dr. and Railroad Ave. will proceed with a reduced scope of work, the City Council has deter- mined. The City has $40,000 available in the Community Development Agency budget for this project which is not enough to complete the entire landscaping design for- merly approved by the Council sitting as directors of the Agency. However, the money now avail- able will enable the City to com- plete grading, drainage and irri- ceived, deletions from the project will include replacing the lawn area with wood chips and remov- al of the raised seat wall. Bids are expected to be received on this project in early December with construction commencing in March and full completion set for June, 1998. The City Council has also ap- proved installation of four to six directional signs in the City di- recting motorists to such sites as City Hall, the Cloverdale Depot and the Cloverdale Wine and Vis- Mark William Guist Mark William Guist, 29, passed on in Cloverdale Nov. 23, Mark enjoyed fishing, picking his banjo and the art of fine He is survived by numerous relatives in W Paydon, his daughter Miranda, and his grandmother Betty mother, Judy Guist, sisters Luana Chavez and Uncle Mike and Mary Ann Brigham plus many nieces and live in Cloverdale. A memorial service will be held Saturday, Nov. 29 at 2 p. School Street, Cloverdale. Riggs supports send wastewater to Representative Frank Riggs (R- CA-01) has endorsed a proposal to pipe treated wastewater from Santa Rosa to the Geysers geother- mal field. "As one who has long been ac- tive in helping Santa Rosa explore options for solving its wastewater disposal problem, the Geysers makes great sense," said Riggs. "This solution is environmentallt friendly from a number of per- spectives_ Not only will treated wastewater be kept out of the Rus- sian River, but the steam gener- ates clean, safe power." In 1995, Riggs secured $400,000 from the Department of Energy's Solar and Renewable Energy Pro- gram "to study the feasibility of piping treated effluent from Santa Rosa to the Geysers for injection." he was also instrumental in facili- tating the involvement of four Fed- eral agencies (Environmental Pro- tection Agency and Departments of Energy, Interior and Commerce) in the effort to pipe wastewater from Lake County to the Geysers. In 1993, the Department of En- ergy and operators of the Geysers geothermal electricity generating facility began to research ways of mitigating steam field decline and improving energy conversion. At the same time, lake county was tional benefits of ergy: generates $30 Treasury tion on Federal lands electric power lion people, cent of California's 12 percent of Nevada's 30,000 people; lion ton of carbondioxide that would have come New helps to find missing United Way, and KJZY have partnered plete the funding installation of a computer'. to assist law cies in the recovery of abducted Law enforcement Sonoma, Mendocino counties will come to Hewlett-Packard site in Park Dec. 3 for a joint about the ogy to Recover Abducted i gation improvements, install a me- andering sidewalk, plant shrubs ass andplace an welcome entry'sign.* Depending upon the bids re- itor Center. searching for an alternative dis- Th ..... posal method for its treatel waste- e propoa was sent to me . ., --. . . -t't" ...........  ............. month, that carries 7.8 million gl- funding. Ions of treated wastewater per day. The family of Jack Kaiser wishes to express their sincere gratitude for the generous memorial contri- butions, cards, flowers, food and love extended by our many friends in the community. Chris Bowen, Jody Bell, Jan Wolfe CALL TODAY! 29 miles to the steam field, where it is injected to depths of approxi- mately 8,000 feet. Not only does the treated wastewater help re- plenish the steam reservoir, but it will result in generation of as much as 625,000 megawatt-hours annu- ally of clean, low-cost electricity for northern California consum- ers. "The Lake County project was a cooperative effort using public and private resources," Riggs said. "I will continue to do whatever I can to help Santa Rosa achieve similar Success." Riggs cited the following addi- , Blue Cross of California Authorized Agent $40 Copay Plan Call 894-9550  t11t/97 images in the form of letms, and flyers and ly transmits them forcementa munity to locate missing in a fraction of the time takes. uted to the recovery ing children in the Bay United Way of docino-Lake spearheaded cal fund raising effort to challenge grant by dation. Of the 1,  agendes in the three seven secured their own funds and installation tem. MHS concert choir joins -Baroque for Fall Jennifer Jones and the Choir -- TOLL FREE 1(800)361-1713 e Sing Sobeotbe Subeolbe+ Fwntly  willjoin Santa Rosa ==. Medi..Cal Accepted  c crr Sinfonia in concert Nov. IIIlU We Make House Calls , 19-29 29 57 52 100 71 Dec. 5. . i -51. 40-49 72 117 95 156' 101 3 p.m. in the Center, 276 E. ;  301 East SL, Healdsburg 50-59 120 192 143 223 145 ma. The Dec. 5 60-64 144 236 154 259 165 8 p.m. in the new  * _ (N...---.-_ ",  . * %.,..._   ., .._ , Theatre at Mont , 1 A ,L.m,.? . 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