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Page 12, Cloverdale Reveille, Oct. 9, 1991 Treasure Cove Manager Don Lee holds a delicious combination pizza made with only the freshest meats, cheeses and vegetables- truly a work of art. Treasure Cove celebrates tenth anniversary Treasure Cove, the pizza parlour at the south end of town, is celebrat- ing its tenth anniversary. Manager Don Lee of Treasure Cove who came to Cioverdale in December of 1990 said, 'Tm really looking for- ward to the next ten years too. I've really grown to love this town." Mr. Lee said, "I come from a small town back in Alabama called Lawley, that's right near the town of Oppos- sum Scratch. My folks taught me that if you treat people right they will treat you right too, and that's the Bank manager hailed for excellence Dee Ryn, manager of branch operations for Bank of America's Cloverdale branch, was named to the bank's Gold Club for outstanding performance during the second quar- tea" of 1991. The Gold Club recognizes out- standing maigers who exceeded their quarterly sales goals for deposits, non-interest revenue, small business services and service quality objec- tives. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. 913178 The name of the business, Family Chiropractic Center, located at 2050 W. Steele Lane, #D 1, in Santa Rosa, Ca 95403, same mailing address, i s hereby registered by the following owner: Mike Murhpy 2636 Coffey Lane Santa Rosa, CA 9S403 This business is conducted by an Individual. The registrant commenced to transact business under the fictitious name or names above on 8- I%91. Signed: Mike Murphy Notice--This fictitious business name state- meat expires five years from the date tt was filed in the office of the county clerk. A new ftctitous business name statement must be filed before that time. The filing of this statement does not of itself authorize the use in this state of a fictitious name in violation of the right of another under federal, state, or common law ( see section 14400et seq., Business and Profes- sions Code). I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. Eeve T. Lewis, County Clerk By Clementia Farias. #122 Oct: 9, 16, 23, 30 "91 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING CITY OF CLOVERDA LE CITY COUNCIL NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the City Cotmcil of the City of Cloverdale will hold a public hearing on October 23, 1991 at or after 7:00p.m. in the Council Chambers of City Hall, 124 N. Cloverdale Blvd., Cloverdale, for the purpose of adopting the "Downtown Parking Ordlance". The Downtown Parking Ordi- mince allows for the off-street parking require- meats, as specified under Chapter 18.92 of the City Zoning Ordinance, to be waived for prop- erties sited in the downtown business district. provided certain terms and conditions are met. 1"he area effected by the provtsions of this ordinance reside within the downtown bust- hess district and include the properties bounded by Third Street on its north to Railroad Avenue on its south and extends east and west to Main Street and Commercial Street. Copies of the Downtown Parking Ordinance and maps of the effected business district are available for review at the City of Cloverdale Planning Department, 124 N. Cloverdale Blvd., Cloverdale, California. Staff Reports for the hearing will be available the Friday before the City Council meeting. All interested persons are invited to send writ- ten comments to the above address no later than the hearing date and/or be present to comment orally on the project. If you challenge this item in corm, you may be limited to raising only those isles you or someone else raised at the public hearing described in this notice, or in written correspondence delivered to the Ci W Council at or prior to, the public hearing. Michele Winterbottom, City Clerk #120 OcL 9 '91 kind of people I've met in Clover- dale, good people. People that care about their kids and keeping their community a nice clean place to live." Treasure Cove is a small chain of pizza parlours. "What really impressed me about Treasure Cove [was] that they started with one little restaurant and now they have six, only becaus.e they make a good pizza pie. They use only the freshest ingredients they can find, and I don't mean cheap stuff either, I'm talking ground chuck for their hamburgers, fresh produce for their salad bar, dough made fresh daily, whole milk, mozzarella, aged chedder and the freshest pizza top- pings available," said Mr. Lee. Mr. Lee also believes the restau- rant's success is due in part to the fact it "contributes and supports all kinds of community activities such as the Boys and Girls Club, school clubs, Project Graduation, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Crippled Children Society, the Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce, and that's just to name a few." "As a new citizen of Cloverdale I would like to say thanks again CIo- verdale for your support and I'm looking forward to serving the com- munity in the future," Mr. Lee said. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. 913393 The name oftbe business, Acme Transcription Service, located at 2405 Zurio Corm in Santa Rosa, Ca 95403, same mailing address, is hereby registered by the following owner: Eva May Denise Schlssler 2405 Zurlo Court, Santa Rea, CA 95403 This business is conducted by an Individual. The registrant commenced to transact business under the fictitious name or names above on 9/ 20/91. Signed: Eva May Denise Schissler Notice--This fictitious business name state- Boys. and Girls Club "Bo Knows Challenge" Boys and Girls Club of Cloverdale is set to kickoff the "Bo Knows Challenge," a fun new learning ex- perience for kids which is sponsored nationally by NIKE, Inc. and Boys and Girls Club of America. The Bo Knows Challenge" is the first of the year-long, five-part "NIKE Cross- Training Challenge" series of ath- letic and academic competitions for Boys and Girls Club members. In the "Bo Knows Challenge," Bo Jackson, the superathlete who helped define the fitness phenomenon through a now-famous series of NIKE ads, leads kids through a seven-week series of activities designed to expand their knowledge and appreciation of the United States. Weekly events include trivia con- tests such as "Bo Knows What's Awesome," highlighting "awesome" features of the United States, and "Bo Knows Where It's At," map- reading challenges. The activities culminate in a special event, the "Bo Knows Challenge," which utilizes a game-show format. Winners will receive special awards, and every participant will receive a certificate. Bo Knows par- ticipants will also be eligible for a national sweepstakes where they can win NIKE jackets, back-packs, and other prizes. Bo Knows is one of five NIKE- sponsored athletic and education chal- lenges conducted at the club. The other NIKE programs which will he offered throughout the year inlcude the "Michael Jordan Essay Challenge," the "Basketball Spot Shot Challenge," the "Jumprope Challenge" and the "Work -out Challenge." Each activ- ity is free. Located at 76 Tarman Drive, Boys and Girls Club of Cloverdale pro- vides program opportunities in so- cial recreation, cultural enrichment, education development, outdoor education, citizenship and leadership, and health/physical fitness for boys and girls on a daily basis. Club hours are 2-6 for drop-ins and 7 a.m.-6 p.m. for latchkey members. For more information about Bo Knows and other after-school programs, call 894- 5063. Sonoma County Sheriff's dogs coming to Jefferson Officer Pat Moffitt of the Sonoma County Sheriff's Department and her Search and Rescue Dogs will be demonstrating their talents at this year's annual Jefferson School Car- nival slated for Saturday, Oct. 26 from 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Also, among the festivities at Jef- ferson School Carnival will be the Fire Department's Fire Prevention Exhibit, game and activity booths, hot dogs, popcorn, lemonade, clowns and prizes. The Carnival is an annual event at Jefferson School, which is created to be a fun afternoon for both children and parents of Jefferson School as well as children of the community, a spokeswoman for the Jefferson School Parent Teacher Club, explained. It is also a fundraiser for the "Reading Is Fundamental Program" (RIF), and the "Books and Beyond Program" at Jefferson School. 'q'he RIF Program buys three books per student per year for the child to keep," the spokeswoman explained. The "Books and Beyond" program is a reading incentive program for the students at Jefferson School, where they receive awards and medals for number of Ixx read. Also, money raised at the Carnival buys books for the Jefferson School Library. Jefferson School Carnival is the combined efforts of the parents, teach- ers, faculty, community and the stu- dents. The children of Jefferson School have drawn the posters that are pop- ping up all over town. Some activities are free, and those needing tickets will be sold the day of the Carnival. Ed Gokan is,pales rep for wine tank rn00inUfacturer ' Ed Gokan, a resident of Clover- dale, has become a sales representa- tive for Santa Rosa Stainless Steel, ment expires five years from the date it was filed in the office of the county clerk. A new fictitous business name statement must be filed before that time. The filing of this statement does not of itself authorize the use in this state of a fictitious name in violation of the right of another under federal, state, or common law ( see section 14400 et seq., Business and Profes- sions Code). I hereby certify that this copy is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. Eeve T. Lewis, County Clerk By Clementia Farias #116 OcL 2, 9, 16.23 Cloverdale Flower Shoppe r "3 FALL ARRANGEMENT with balloon plus Free Delivery (in Cloverdale) $17.95 10% off discount on above special L J 240 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-2844 also Daisey Mum Bouquets from $3.95 to $6.95 Classical, Ballet Tap, Jazz, Tumbling. Ages 3 - Addt Beginning through advanced 201 Commercial St. C!overdale Denise Devlin Director (707)838-8987 the fiations largest manufacturer of tanks for the wine industry, accord- ing to Rod Ferronato, the firm's vice president of sales. The company produces standard and custom-made stainless steel dejuicing, fermenting and storage tanks for more than 600 wineries across the country. Gokan earned an engineering de- gree from San Jose State University, before beginning his cai'eer at Al- maden Vineyards as a lab technician. he spent 17 years with Geyser Peak Winery, where, in 1981, he became assistant winemaster under the leg- endary Armand Bessone. Simcha Sunday will be celebrated this weekend at Sonoma State Sonoma's Jewish community Five years ago Simcha Sunday, a gathering of the Jews of Sonoma County for an afternoon of celebra- tion and information, was merely a seed of an idea. "When the fourth annual free event takes place Sunday, Oct. 13, it will be safe to say that the wildly successful afternoon, that brings some 1,500 of the diverse population of Jews out of the hills and dells of the County, has become a tradition," stated Carolyn Metz, spokesperson for the Jewish Community Federation. Simcha Sunday, which will be held from noon to 4 p.m. at Juniper Lane Field, Sonoma State University in Rohnert Park, will feature sic, comedy, arts games for kids a "challah" contest, the best along with information about array of services and Sonoma's Jewish community" Simcha Sunday is Sonoma County's Jewish nity Council and the Sonoma' Division of the Jewish Federation. Admission is information, call the JCF (707) 579-4510. F I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I, mm|mmmmmmm CLIP&SAVE mmm m m lllmm | Cloverdale Ambulance A Non-profit Community Service Providing 24-Hour ParamediC ( FOR EMERGY SERVICE DIAL 911 Dispatc h - 894-2525 MEDICARE/MEDI-CAL PROVIDER HPR, KAISER & OTHER INSURANCES ACCEPTED FREE CLAIMS SETTLEMENT OFFICE - (707) 894-5862 WE PROVIDE EMERGENCY AND TRANSPORT SERVICFq Healdsburg/Geyserville Business Directory McConnell Chevrolet-Olds, Geo, Inc. 433-3384 1395 Healdsburg Avenue . Healdsburg, CA 95448 SILVEIRA PONTIAC-BUICK-GMC, INC. ...... SERVICE - PARTS COMPLETE BODY & FRAME SHOP RENTAL CARS 985 Healdsburg Ave. Healdsburg 433-5541 Italian Restaurant & Pizzeria FAMILY STYLE DINNERS COCKTAILS - BANQUETS Now you don"t have to drive to San Francisco for a Gbt'gio's Pizza! 25 Grant Avenue - Healdsburg. 433-1106 151 Clement SL, San Francisco (415") 669-1266 DRY CREEK COIN LAUNDRY Comer of Dry Creek Rd. and Healdsburg Ave. (Dry Creek Shopping Center) 33 Top Loaders * 6 Giant Washers 21 Full Size Dryers Clean & Well Maintained Hours: 6-10 7 Days - 433-5723 Wash Dry * Fold - One Day Service JIM'S AUTOMOTIVt00 SPECIALISTS COMPLETE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR On All Foreign & Domestic CARS & TRUCKS (707) 857-3790 21310 Redwood Hwy. Geyserville GROWERS Supply & Irrigation * Irrigation Systems * Hardware & Equipment * Farm Supplies * Housewares 20750 Geyserville Ave. Solem's New and reconditioned/ppliil. Spring Air Maltrfss We Service What We Competitive Prices 25 North St. Healdsburg 433-4838 Term for the Breakfast * Prime Rib Special * Senior Citizen Banquet Rooms (up to 40) * Beer 81 198 Dry Creek Rd., I-lealdsburg