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December 17, 1997

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December 17, 1997, Cloverdale Reveille, Page 5 initiates a BRING VOIIR number Patrol mced the implementa- a new toll free telephone will allow the public access to their local CHP new number, 1-888-301- , can be used from anywhere bay area counties. a caller uses this number through Friday, 8 a.m. to during normal business the call will be routed di- : local CHP office in the are calling from. business hours and on ; or holidays, the call will the CHP golden Gate Corn- ms Centers in Vallejo. the call is received at the r the caller may leave a voice, to hold for number is provided for calls only. In an )t to decrease the demand 911 system, the public is to use the toll free .r situations such as call- report local traffic com- or to have a question an- The 911 system should report emergencies a traffic collision or a situ- where life or property is ends first at St. Peter's Church that the first season of Re- ended, the people of St. Catholic Church can look weeks of sharing, caring, more involved in their & of hope, more than 60 small groups for sharing their faith, and reaching out other. next season, the second of six will begin in February, It will include another six of faith sharing and renewal. faith sharing groups span a lrange of ages, which enables a ay Pe sharing, of faith and view- ible . o eter's wishes to thank all who :om !involve d in the first session of .v and encourage and welcome , Jho would like to become in- t-aicclki in the second session. g is the perfect time for re- lomb' t iverdale resident for assault a deadly weapon Medina Barajas, 21, of ! Cloverdale residents Veronica Sanchez and Consuelo Ruvalcaba have opened up Sanz Shop, a variety store featuring clothing, 99 items, household goods and more. They plan on opening the nursery next year. Gift & convenience store opens on Brookside Drive Nursery to open in February Sanz Shop, located at 64 Brookside Drive in the building which housed the former Cloverdale Nursery and Hallmark store, has officially opened, Veronica Sanchez and Consuelo Ruvalcaba, Cloverdale residents for the past nine years, are offering convenience items, 99 items, clothing at fair prices, gift items, and hope to open the nursery section soon. The business is their first, and according to Sanchez, the pair opened the store to give Cloverdale residents a convenient place to shop for items and get them at low prices, without having to go to Santa Rosa. Gift items at the store include stuffed animals, balloons, and greeting cards. The shop also features women's and children's clothing, and some men's. In February, the pair will open their full service nursery. Residents will be able to buy fountains, plants, trees, garden furniture, hand- crafts from Mexico, and in the summer they may offer fresh vegeta- bles for sale. Sanchez and Ruvalcaba are sisters and are originally from Mexico. They settled in Cloverdale to be with their family. Sanchez was in charge of merchandizing for Guess and million dollar stores in Beverly Hills. She is a graduate from C-eyserville High. Both she and her sister worked at California Human Development before opening the store. Store hours are Monday through Saturday, 9 am to 9 pm and Sundays, 10 am to 6 pm. Their phone number is 894-7711. Fashioned Christmas Sin Parkside Christian Chapel is hosting a sing-a-long on Sunday, Dec. 21, at 6 pm in their chapel. Lift your voice along with others in singing the legendary carols of this wonderful season. Everyone is invited to join the celebratio of the birth of The Christ child. Come, bring the entire family. Parkside Chapel is located on West Second St., directly across from the City Park. FOOD ::' .,.:;.. rweap- at 3 a.m. in southwest 1 Rosa. shotatAntho- of Santa Rosa. told authorities he was by three men in a car ! was walking on Corby Ave. Cottonwood Drive with a :said the driver, later identi- Barajas, assaulted him be- pulling out a gun. Lopez that as he was running 'he heard a gunshot. deputiesfound the sus- vehicle on He, am Ave. and Barajas. CHEAP S50 >uth Main Street Setstol CHEAP TRAVEl The Hair Works Announces the Addition of Laverne Petker of the "Electrology Studio of Santa Rosa" Ms. Petker is a licensed electrologist with 27 years experience. FREE CONSULTATION. Call 894-2671 for appt. 123 N. Cloverdale Boulevard * Cloverdale James F. DeMartini ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW LMNG TRUSTS, WILLS, POWER OF ATTORNEY DIVORCE, CUSTODY AND CHILD SUPPORT BUSINESS AND REAL ESTATE PERSONAL INJURY & ACCIDENT LITIGATION HapPY Ilolidays lfom all your l[lends at Ray's 00ood