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Page 2, Cloverdale Reveille, December 31, 1997 :1: :&apos;:" :::':!:::"'4":'::;: :'>::':"   '+:': :': <  ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ! ========================================================= <i::::::::t.i -.::-::.- :.-! : ;::.. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ============================== Monday, December 22 Officer witnessed exchange of names at scetm of a non-injury accident at the Post Office. No report was taken. A car was reported stolen from in front of a home on Chablis Way. A daughter reported missing was located by an officer at a friends home. Parent notified. A son was requested to leave by an officer after he was reported using profanity toward his moth- er. A large boulder reported in the street on W. Second and Franklin turned out to be an "ill-fated" pumpkin which was removed. Officer left a note at a N. Clover- dale Blvd. for a dog barking non- stop on the premises. Tuesday, December 23 A black female lab puppy was found on W. Second St. taken to Dr. Biery's. A bike was reported left at Fourth and Main. Officer unable to locate. A mountain bike found nearAsti Road was brought into station. Wednesday, December 24 A resident host was warned and advised after a report of a loud party. Fire District was notified of a hydrantspraying water behind the Owl Cafe. It was struck by an unidentified vehicle. Public Works was called to re- move a dead cat in street on S. Cloverdale Blvd. south of Owl Cafe. Report of a juvenile drinking party on Furber Lane was nega- tive. Officer reports juvenile play- ing basketball. Thursday, December 25 Loud music coming from an apartment on W. Second St. was turned down. Officer warned and advised resident. Parked vehicle's window was' broken on N. Cloverdale Blvd. Former spouse reported by ex- wife for driving their two tots, ages 1 and 3, around without safety seats. A juvenile was cited for assault after incident on N. Cloverdale blvd. reported by a witness. Officer responded to a report of a fight on Clark Ave. Argument only. Friday, December 26 A vehicle parked on the 400 block of W. Second was damaged. Theft of tools was reported from a N. Washington address. A resident on Portofino Way reported receiving death threats. Incident documented. Saturday, December 27 A pellet gun put a small hole in a window at the Owl Cafe. A bike was reported stolen from a W. Second Street home. Officer recovered and returned it. A six months old black lab named "Lucy" was reported miss- ing. Dog wore a silver choke chain. Damage to two rear tires was reported on a truck parked on Charles St. Unwanted guests at a Citrus Fair event left on officer's request. Juveniles loitering around the Chevron Station were gone on ar- rival of officer. Sunday, December 28 A Rottweiller Lab was reported missing on E. Fourth Street. Basketball hoops posing a pos- sible hazard on Blair were re- moved at officer's request. Write it on your heart that every day is the best day in the year. Ralph Waldo Emerson Quality Service & Lower Costs "Over 60 homes available. Call 894-5737 for free list." r Jeff weiss Realty Michelle Lile-Trumble/ksoclate REALTOR llstlngllnk.com/cloverdale Why Settle for Less We Are a Full Service Real Estate Office WEATHER DEC' 23 Hi: 54 Lo: 28 DEC. 24 Hi: 55 Lo: 36 DEC. 25 Hi: 60 Lo: 31 DEC. 26 Hi: 52 Lo: 32 DEC. 27 Hi: 52 Lo: 33 DEC. 28 Hi: 65 Lo: 33 DEC. 29 Hi: 60 Lo: 39 RAINFALL TO DATE 16.67 TO DATE LAST YR 16.84 SRJC announces holiday closure and registration schedule Santa Rosa Junior College's San- ta Rosa campus and Petaluma Cen- ter will be closed through Sunday, Jan. 4. Both locations will reopen Monday, Jan. 5. The Coddingtown Center, how- ever, will be closed Dec. 31 and Jan. 1. This center will open for registration and spring classes Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Several short computer classes will be offered at Coddingtown during the holidays season. For a list of short courses contact the Coddingtown Center 522-2880. Spring classes at SRJC begin Jan. 13. Perhaps the dominant force in the average life is possessions. Life be- comes a scramble for gain instead of a mission for God. We are so busy making a living that we forget to make a life. A.P. Gouthey The creed of today becomes the deed of tomorrow. E. Stanley Jones vuD00=c inwwd to Art reception The Cultural Arts Council of Sonoma County and the Santa Rosa Recreation and Parks Depart- ment Neighborhood Youth Pro- gram are inviting the public to attend a reception for the youth who participated in the Fall 1996 Art program The reception will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. Jan. 30 at the Santa Rosa City Council Chambers, 1009 San- ta Rosa Ave. Suite 10, upstairs. The exhibition is running now through Feb. 20, 1998. Viewing hours are Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This art show is representative from Monroe, Lincoln and Helen Lehman schools. For questions regarding youth art programs contact Melissa Black at 543-3290. For questions regard- ing the exhibit at Santa Rosa City Council Chambers call Barbara Thoulion, 579-ARTS(2787). Chdslmas b'ee disposal methods outlined by County Waste Division Help preserve the beauty of Sonoma County by recycling your Christmas tree. Make responsible disposal of your tree a part of your holiday tradition. You have three options for recy- cling your Christmas tree this year. You may put the tree in your yard waste container on regular collection day if the tree is cut to fit the container. There is a free drop-off through Jan. 11 at the Citrus Fair with a maximum of two trees per house- hold. Use the entrance on Wash- ington Street. Decorations, tinsel and stands, wood or metal, must be removed. Flocked trees are not accepted. If you have any questions call the ECO-DESK, Sonoma County Department of Transportation and Public Works Integrated Waste division at 527-DESK (3375). Monday, Dec. 22 Smoke checks on Church Lane. and S.Cloverdale Blvd. Illegal burn piles found. Tuesday, Dec. 23 Medical aid on S: Cloverdale Blvd. Woman with heart problem transported to Healdsburg Gen- eral Hospital (HGH). Fire hydrant damaged by a ve- hicle behind the Owl Cafe. Friday, Dec. 26 Medical aid Kings Circle. Male patient with low blood sugar. No transport. Unkown fire Highway 128. Found canvas tent burned. Saturday, Dec. 27 Medical aid, River Road, TranS- ported woman with abdominal pain to HGH. Sunday, Dec. 28 Medical aid, Highway 101 at Citrus Fair Dr. False alarm. Healdsburg Hearing Instruments CALL US OR STOP BY! oo,,o., W411o Rose Century 21, Lee Ryan Realty ,o,L, ura,,, a,h I 894-5232. 114 Lake St. ',0" ran ,.t,uo i  , . u.=, I aeg. II  i'--I  y - CALL rOLL FREE   1-800-361-1713 t!iIINl 134 N. Cloverdale Boulevard, Cloverdale, Calfiornia ,0041| jJ Guitarist . II Open Th.rsday-Sunday until m,dnight ! / Happy Hour 4 pm to 6 pm ., ,J (Las Maflanltas) i I____ __ <i) Mon, Thurs, FH 4 Mo.., .. Full Bar--Now Serving Mixed Drinks ... "( Tacos, Burdtos, Enchiladas, Tostadas, Chile Rellenos, Guacamole "] I  Came Asada, Tasty Hot & Mild Fresh Salsa, Combinations  FOOD TO GO 1707)894-9365 For Home or Office Appointment CALL TOLL FREE 1-800-361-1713 Check Out Our Hours! 11:30 AM to 10 PM Open Thursday-Sunday until Midnight Happy Hour 4 pm to 6 pm CUSD LUNCH & BREAKFAST MENU .H James Thomas Wa James Thomas Watkins entered into rest Dec. 21. 1997 in He was the beloved husband of Jalna Gould Watkins; fife father of Mattco Hauck Watkins and Shamus Jedediah dear father-in-law of Amanda Stewart Watkins, all of Calistc He was the son of the late Clifford Leroy and Dorothy Watkins, Sr., loving brother of Lorna Ash, Jeanne Steffen, Lee hausen, Marilyn Frandsen and the late Clifford Watkins, Jr. the uncle of Mary Watkins, Michael, Robert and Thomas Ash, Steffen, Alice Bristol, Jennifer Miller and Claudia Plum Mielke, Elaine Sutton, Rebecca Sutton and the late Martir He is also survived by numerous grandnieces and nephews. He was a natiee of Oakview, Ventura County, age 64. He wife Jalna were world travelers. As a former resident of Napa, and Washoe counties, he was involved in real estate general contracting. Memorial services will be held at at later date. Donations to favorite charity would be greatly appreciated. Arrangements are under the direction of Fred Young burg.. Volunteers sought to assist domestic violence victims Volunteers are sough t to staff a Temporary Restraining Order Clinic to assist victims of domestic violence in completing necessary legal paperwork and make appro- priate referrals for additional sup- port. Training will be held Saturday, Jan. 24 and 31 and will cover com- plete procedures on filling out Temporary Restraining Orders (TRO's) as well as the dynamics of violence, harassment, abuse and skills related to working with in- dividuals under stress. The program is run by the YWCA through a contract with the District Attorney's Office. The clinics are held in the Hall of Justice Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 1 to 5 p.m. and Thursday from 8:30 a.m. till noon. If you can make a four month commitment to four hours a week after attending the training call the Sonoma County Vglunteer Of- rice.t 527-2317. Dog licensing time has come; City's deadline is 2/28/98 It's time to license your dog for 1998. Every dog in the City of Clover- dale over the age of four months is required to be licensed. You need to present a valid rabies vaccina- tion certificate in order to pur- chase your dog's license. Dog licenses are available at Dr. Ed Biery's Animal HospitalofClo- verdale, 20 Industrial drive, phone 894-3951. Licenses costs are $10 for an un- Anglers have been voicing concernsabout the new Game is charging this year. for an abalone stamp and $3.5 the reintroduced stri $27.05 for the license itself made this year's fees quite vestmenL The Ukiah Rod & Club has come out against these new stamps and incrd:h sup[ fees. Their concern is not knond what the money will be usedtre with They claim there is still a l He f e( money left from the striper slife ba fees that were discontinued k, and i years back that have never nnect used. [athy le Most anglers could under the increased fees if Fish and L would do a better job of comd-'----" caring exactly where the goes as the Rod and Gun ( gests. In a memo to abalone stamp was to be use improving habitat and incr 'law enforcement. much of an will this produce? I'm all ly where abalone are I've seen too many areas coast picked clean of any You can't even find obvious that someone ha. everything insight. This is ing to the majority of us law abiding citizens. We valq leisure time and when we f[ gt a chance to go out and enj( great outdoors it isquite a let to find beaches stripped cle abalone or a fishery that cent to decline. I talked to a game warden ple of years back who told m treat for him when he can geU &:::= neutered dog; $5.00 for a neutered the field and check anglen dog (proof required), hunters. For senior citizens on SSI the How can we police the ou license is $6 for un-neutered and if we don'thaveenough wa0 pec/'a $2.75 for neutered dogs. and the ones we do have are i MONDAY, JANUARY5 A late penalty after Feb. 28,1998 ly able to get out into the J JEFFERSON Fish SUcks will cost $25 for an un-neutered through no fault of their i . WASHINGTON Rib-B-Que Sand. and $20 for a neutered dog. Maybe these new fees wiU j/ " Fish Sticks this situation. If anyone ( BREAKFAST Cheese Sandwich Fish and Game would like  F imJ v_. spond, ple ve me a c4 I TUESDAY, JANUARY 6 JEFFERSON Spaghetti i|i 111/11 NIUI= ] 700-462-9711. ]. WASHINGTON Spaghe  Stee[head actin has been    I There have been a handful or... Ego Sandw/ch (NAPS)--If you have diabetes, caught in the Dry Creek argyll" "" BREAKFAST Cereal getting a yearly dilated eye exam could save your sight, says the the Russian with roe. TheG WEDNESDAY, JANUARY7 National Eye Institute at the la and Garcia rivers have pe[ JEFFERSON Taco Bell Burrito National Institutes of Health. water conditions but no fisl  WASHINGTON taco Bell Burrito /p-.. /--'x. Maybe el Nine has caused  " I ((/ L   c-I laY in the fish heading Our  I,rl BREAKFAST Sorambled Eggs I &/ ;l Conditions have improvL_______ Lake Mendocino. Stripers THURSDAY, JANUARY8 [   Jlt' ,[ 19 pounds have been cauglamami ' JEFFERSON Nachos I '-''\\; F---.-' / /I the middle and south end WASHINGTON Pizza I V@lr'/JYT----I lake. The same area hasl-'------ BeinieWeinies .....  produced catfish to 15 po BREAKFAST Cereal eat]o s s mostly at night and a few i "l Reforming theedu "nat y- early morning hours. Caqlt  tern with technology is not easy FRIDAY, JANUARY9 but offers many rewards, found a the north end have been sl0] JEFFERSON Ham Sandwich recent Department of Education Bodega Bay crab/roc WASHINGTON Ham Sandwich study, For more information, call combos have been reprodt1[ Yogart 1-800-424-1616. limits of crab providing the l i \\;\ BREAKFAST Pancakes To refer a patient for free med- cart get out. I X . ical treatment at Shriners  I " . ""  tals, call !:800.237.5055" ingDUCkgoodl/unterSshts- ThehaVeseasonbeen'! "x'-  should try to get out and ' \\;l' the action. ' Nor can any work howev  " HOME LOANS severing nor any success, h  For buying or refinancing your home The most studious, the mo Competitive Rates ' r rat, h.=st the zes  =,sa, .,,,st r=ogi= t! "r . . Great Servicer " " a " =' yet remains so much to do 144 Mad not even begun; so much ta Hcalddo, 435N.CloverdaleBivd. "894-4323  Bill Andrew for that we cannot see; so nd ,,vv.ed win; so many thi,gs to be. i /ohn La