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Page 12, Cloverdale Reveille, December 10, 1997 FOOD used toys and clothes, or new items. You can drop off donations at the Fire Department, or the Trading Post on Second Street. Deadline for donations is Dec. 15. According to spokesperson and tireless worker, Elise Black, "we can't accept donations on Christ- mas eve!" She also asks that peo- ple donate nice used toys and clothes. Dirty or much used items are not appropriate. New smog laws take effect lnll i i r c LOV RDALE on January 1st New laws going into effect next year will exempt additional older vehicles from the state's biennial smog check requirements when owners renew those vehicles. They will also end the donation new vehicle purchasers may make to avoid biennial smog inspections, f Buy before Christmas & get a Effective Jan. 1 one new law (SB !: ,i 42) exempts 1973 and older vehi- cles from biennial smo renewal I t I and title transfer smoy require- ments. Currently, 1965 and older vehicles are exempt from those smog requirements. A second new law (AB 1492) provides all new vehicles with an SCOTCH ARCHIVE VIDEO TAPE automatic four year e :emption from biennial smog ch..rks with their registration renewals, and repeals the $39 smog donation fee program. That program allowed new car buyers a two year exemp- tion from biennial smog checks with a donation to a fund to re- move gross polluting vehicles from the road. Since the new laws do not go into effect until Jan. 1, all registra- tion transactions completed before that date will be subject to the old law. This information was provided by the Office of Communications, Department of Motor Vehicles. J SALES PRICES EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 10-16, 1997 rillilllllllllllll I r t: uGs _ coupo., coD T.Ro. 1T7 l  COOA-COLA, DIET COKE, / i * " CAFFEINE FREE DIET COKE " 7 ! ">  OR SPRITE / l /  12Pack.121ZCllS \\; ! '0059 I /  4[. err \\; I L  I  " ,D uun2-12 r I l ,moPuRcsEs,z PACZS I i L" "" " /" I \\; / ,,d i- I lmm mil i i i lpO i LODGE WARIER 00naum FIREWOOD , .1P5 Ct R.illdle Longs gathers gifts for residents at Manzanita Help make the holiday of a patient at Manzanita Convales- cent Hospital a little brighter. Stop by Cloverdale Longs Pharmacy and take a scroll off of their spe- cial Christmas tree. On the scroll, patients have writ- ten what would make their Christ- mas merry. Purchase a few or all of the items written on the scroll and return them to the pharmacy by December 17. Longs will deliv- er them to patients December 23. If you would like to participate in delivery of the presents, call Longs at 894-4421. Longs is also selling First Night Buttons for $5. First Night is a New Year's Eve celebration bene- fitting worthy causes. Certain stores in Santa Rosa are open late and there will be entertainment, prizes, and food for those wear- ing buttons. Yule musical atlst Baptist Church Dec. 14 Sunday, Dec. 14 at 6 p.m. is the time set for First Baptist Church's annual Christmas musical.. The celebration will include an adult choir, soloists, a children's choir singing and signing for the deal youth choreography, carol singing, and an audience candle- lighting ceremony. Director is Jonni Conway. Everyone is cordially invited to attend this free community event. Refreshments will be served at the conclusion of the program. The church is located at450 Fran- klin Street in Cloverdale. Pastor is Robert Rush. J  ] DatbenerWayl keep i / ,o=s,ck.cHarna I / and occupied than with a 1 1 "vie rural':) !) [' ,cycli , ! / Saturday, Dec. 20th, 12-4 l 1 FnEEMOVlE ,1' RENTAL FREE PHOTO with any prescription TH SANTA .... a child 12 &under  '-'""',.'"" I ,aiml DICKIE'SJEANS , ALL PICTURE FRAMES i  Buy 1at Reg. Price I I  Buy 1 at Reg. Price ! .... ! I dim  & Get 2nd ef I I  & Get 2nd of I & Get 2nil if I !1 I Ii EqualerLesser i I. ,liualerLesser i i Equal or Lesser _  Valuelerll2trlce I |  Valuelerl/2Prlce I ! Vllleferl/iPrlce i I I couo,co,os,,c,cow, x,sl.,, I ! COUPON GOOD AT LONGS PHARMACY CLOVERDALE EXPIRES 1;16R7 m  I ,CI iT L mllS i Cgl O=0lFllll" l'  l 11 .liiimllll llllllllllllllllI J SRJC Singers to perform Dec. 14th Santa Rosa Junior College's Con- cert Choir and Chamber Singers will present their annual Christ- mas Choral Concert Sunday, Dec. 14 at 3 p.m. in Burbank auditori- um on the Santa Rosa campus. Admission is free. The Chamber Singers will per- form a program of holiday works. The Concert Choir will perform a program including sections of the Vivaldi "Gloria", a men's chorus selection and a women's chorus song. For moreinformationcontact the Director Dr. Curtis Sprenger 527- 4665. ALL $9.99 FASHION WATCHES ALL PREVIOUSLY VIEWED MOVIES I ALL LONGS VITAMINS 1  BuylatReg'Prlce I I! l Buy lit RIO. PrlC= I Iv ! "(t &Get2ndef &Get2ndef I ' &Get2ndef I Equal er Lesser Equal er Lesser ! I: Equal er Lesser I I I I I alleferlliPrlce I I , "- Vallleferl/21l i COUPON GO00 AT LONGS PHARMACY CLOVRDALE EXPIRES 11 #97 l= n   -,-- am I-- in  i mm --- "--- i mm mm J Bs i mm ,,,-,, mm Bee i  ,--- i "