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PAGE 2 -- WEDNESDAY, DEC. 2, 2009 CLOVERDALE REVEILLE CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA Monday, Nov. 23 2:57 a.m. Caller on Caledonian Ct. reports lots of noise coming from a residence in the neighbor- hood. 12:51 p.m. Report of suspicious circumstances at Washington School. 1:10 p.m. Caller on Alter St. re- ports theft of a wood burning stove. Report taken. 1:42 p.m. Caller on Primrose Ln. reports a Pitbull is pacing up and down in front of residence and barks whenever it is approached. 2:06 p.m. Caller from a local gas station reports someone with a key accessed computer controlled gas pumps and damaged the computer in such a way as to cause four pumps to be 'non-functional. 2:56 p.m. Caller on Hillview Dr. reports theft of items from his vehi- cle, while parked in front of his res- idence. Report taken. 5:02 p.m. Caller on S. Foothill Blvd. reports her purse was taken from her vehicle, five minutes ago. Report taken. 5:38 p.m. Citizen requests to speak to an officer regarding home protection. Advice given. 6:31 p.m. Caller on W. 2nd St. re- ports a large pick-up is speeding up and down the street. Officer con- tacted subject who was warned and advised. 7:32 p.m. Caller on S. Cloverdale Blvd. reports hearing ten popping sounds from the area of Ace Hard- ware. 7:43 p.m. Officer out on Lile Ln./ S. Cloverdale Blvd. with a group. Tuesday, Nov. 24 10:18 a.m. Caller on N. Washing- ton St. reports a tree service is cut- ting a tree that he already had professionally trimmed. 12:16 p.m. Caller on Josephine re- ports a suspicious male subject is selling household cleaner in the area. 3:16 p.m. Caller reports two older male subjects are loading property into a truck from a house that has been in foreclosure. 4:26 p.m. Caller reports a vehicle Featured Property: Cloverdale A Very Special Setting Privacy and views surround you in this country home w/spacious kitchen and master suite that overlooks a creek. 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Features include an updated kitchen, formal dining room, covered patio & boat dock, 25241andsend.com $325,000 www.winecountrygroup.comlreveille BankofAmerica" 1707) 894-1555 Voted North Bay Biz Magazine's Home Loans "Best Real Estate Company" 2004-2009 An independently owned and operated brokerage Estates at Clover Creek One of Cloverdale's newest premier subdMsiom Ten 1o~ up to 1/3 acre, incl. apprvd plans for a semi-custom home or your own design. viewiotsin cloverdale.com $180,000- 199,000 THE WINE COUNTRY GROUP" Temperatures Low Rain Nov. 23 66 37 - Nov. 24 69 45 - Nov. 25 n/a n/a - Nov. 26 n/a n/a - Nov. 27 n/a n/a - Nov. 28 71 41 - Nov. 29 70 42 - Rainfall YTD 5.49" -- Last YTD 5.96" Data from Cloverdale Fire Dept. with no handicap placard or plate showing is parked in a handicap only parking spot at Cloverdale Health Care Center. 4:37 p.m. Caller reports four or five juveniles racing motorcycles up and down Levee Road. 7:29 p.m. Caller reports a verbal argument on Tarman Dr. Officer re- ports argument was over a barking dog. 8:38 p.m. Caller on Asti Rd. re- ports debris in the roadway. 9:08 p.m. Caller on N. Foothill reports a loud group in the area. Wednesday, Nov. 25 8:28 a.m. Caller on Bandiera Way reports her vehicle was broken into and her purse stolen while parked in front of her residence. Report taken. 9:29 a.m. Citizen requests to speak to an officer regarding a ju- venile issue. Advice given. 10:07 a.m. Caller on S. Franklin reports a male adult is going door to door selling cleaning products. Officer contacted subject and warned and advised him to get a business license. 10:35 p.m. Caller from a local gas station reports over 200 gallons of gas was stolen. Report taken. 12:04 p.m. Citizen requests ad- vice regarding restraining orders. 1:00 p.m. Caller reports finding a bike in the creek on S. Foothill Blvd. 3:24 p.m. Citizen requests advice regarding a court order. Advice given. 3:33 p.m. Caller reports three ve- hicles involved in a non injury acci- dent on N. Cloverdale Blvd. Report taken. 4:47 p.m. Caller reports two tran- sients are smoking marijuana in the area of King's Kastle. 11:25 p.m. Caller from Clover's Sports Bar reports male subjects fighting. Officer reports all in- volved parties have left the bar. Thursday, Nov. 26 12:02 a.m. Caller reports a male subject is sitting on the bumper of a car, smoking and drinking, in the parking lot on Commercial St. 12:18 a.m. Caller reports 10 or 11 juveniles fighting on St. John Place. 1:33 a.m. 911 caller reports a male subject sitting on a vehicle eating and possibly drinking beer. 1:12 p.m. Caller on Chelsea Cir. reports a vehicle is blocking her >PLEASE TURN TO PAGE 3 Presented by Jeff and Tina "rate BATTERY REPLACEMENT When selecting a replacement bat- tery for your vehicle, particularly note its cold cranking rating, which defines its ability to start an engine in cold tem- peratures. The rating is the number of amps that a new, fully charged battery can deliver at 0 degrees Fahrenheit for 30 seconds while maintaining a voltage of at least 7.2 volts for a 12-volt battery. On the other hand, the reserve capacity rating will help you in an emergency. It defines how long the battery will power a vehicle with an inoperative fan belt or alternator. The rating is the number of minutes a battery at 80 degrees F can be discharged at 25 amps and maintain a voltage of 10.5 volts for a 12 volt battery: Hint: An estimated 80% of all bat- tery failure is related to sulfation build- up, which occurs when the sulfur molecules in the electrolyte (battery acid) become so deeply discharged that they begin to coat the battery's lead plates. iS a great time t0 get Y0u~ car tuned i~[e pre~!at ve maintenance like ~ecki~ the feteft ~Ut battery, ~n ~ve yo~ l~m~ cod 6~ ~U~ shop t~aya~ tel our ASE~t fle~ te~hn!cians ma~e yo~t wini~i d~ ~i~g ~e~i~e a ~a~i a~d h~p ei ~ ! iGd~ to mak~ an Jeff and Tina Tate are the owners of Cloverdale Automotive & Tires located at 210 So. Cloverda/e Bird, Downtown C/overda/e 707-894-1072 From the pages of the Cloverdale Reveille Through lhe fears Matters that are More or Less of Interest By ]oyce Mann Dec. 4, 1909 - 100 years ago: To supply the demand for information about California industries, the California Promotion Committee has published the third edition of three handbooks devoted to agricultural pursuits; Dairying in California, In- tensive Farming in California, and Poultry Raising in California. The booklets deal with possibilities in these California industries, and touch on the experience of those who have had success in them. Each booklet is brim full of suggestions for the intelligent farmer who wants to take advantage of the knowledge of those who have made an expert investiga- tion into these agricultural fields. Considering the unfavorable weather conditions that prevailed this week, work on the Citrus Fair Pavilion has progressed favorably. The clear, cold weather now is just what is desired to expedite work on the structure. A large force is employed and ev- erything is being done to get the pavilion in readiness for the eighteenth annual Citrus Fair to be held in February, next. Dec. 3, 1959 -50 years ago: Preparations are being made for the visit of the Western Liv- ing Cooking School. The em- phasis will be on modern cooking for western living, and timed for the holiday season. A home economist from Pacific Gas & Electric Company has i planned a program that will demonstrate up-to-the-minute methods of cookery with the new electric ranges now being featured by the industry. A banana palm tree at a home on Clover Crest is in bloom, leading the owners to believe that they may soon be the first banana growers in Cloverdale. It is thought that in this region it is rather rare for a banana palm to reach the blooming stage. The plant, purchased at the local nursery, has large green and red flowers on it. Bananas will form as the petals drop off. Cloverdale Riding Club has set up its schedule of events for 1960 with anticipation of a wonderful year. The Riding Club is fortunate in having such spacious grounds, and one of the finest arenas in northern Califor- nia. Many and varied activities are planned for the coming year at the Lee Shelford Memorial Park. Dec. 5, 1984 - 25 years ago: The City Council adopted a 1.5 million dollar operating budget for the fiscal year 1984-85, and approved a 3 percent Utilities Users Tax. The budget which was approved unanimously by the City Council incorpo- rates the suggestions made by the Fiscal Review Committee, a group of ten citizens, who reviewed Cloverdale's financial situation and suggested a combination of cuts, new taxation, and revenue sharing to cure the city's monetary ills. The largest departmental expenditure is for the police department at approximately $488;000 or 31 percent of the budget. The smallest expenditure is for elected officials or 8 percent of the budget. The balanced budget represents a step toward financial stability for the city. Many patients preferto demonstrate hearing aids before a purchase. Y0U CAN T00! MENDOClNO/LAKE AUDmOLOGY UKIAH 756 S. Dora St. 463-2966 Native Tobacco 101 GRAND OPENING Dec. 1 thru Dec. 6 Cigarettes Cigars Rolling Tobacco Moist Snuff Pipe Tobacco Tobacco Accessories Smokin' Prices!! Drive-Thru Hours: Mon-Fri 6am- 9pm Sat-Sun 9am-5pm 285 Santana Dr. (off Asti Rd.) 894-9869 - -, ................ . ' : ~'~:~::~" ........... ; ........ T ~- " ..--~%~?"G~:7 ................................ ~- -- ~ 7"~2' ........................................................ CI~