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Thursday, January 2, 1980 - Page 7 Red Carpet Realty il Pedroncelli newly-elected SRJC Board member announces Home Protection Plan answer the growing concern about ies, Red Carpet averdale Realty has a home warranty Peilegrini and ita Caldwell recently at- the Northern Calif. Convention at Lake Tahoe. The was sponsored by the Regional Council of Brokers, as a of their continuing program. One of seminars they attended on Home Warranty Plans. It was the of the round talbe that home plans are destined as common as a search. Dollar value in and selling have greater. Buying a kente is the largest in- v re tment most people ever |ke, and the consumer is manding some sort of ='ranty protection on resale lines. rhe Red Carpet Wall to ill Protection Plan protects tttl buyer from unexpected 98.] air costs. No matter how for  the home you are selling, for S. ;d plan will cover most ['or jor systems in the home as h Sold For one full year n date of closing, plum- .' sin g, central heating, central an Conditioning and elec- Cal systems, garbage l)sal, built-in dishwasher, In, range and built-in trash nPactor are covered for a !isaster lief arnpaign farted fhe Redwood Empire lL!Pter of the American Red C]I mll ha announced the "'rt of a disaster relief Paign to raise $11,54}0 in ma and Mendocino ties according to Neil al [Stle, 'Clapter Chairman. ae  local campaign is part the national campaign to $15 million for its major aster relief operations Ughout the United States. July 1979 the American 1 Cross has committed tt $23 million for 21 major aSter relief operations in ! United States. This ,taUnt is $5 million more In had been budgeted for _enfire fiscal year ending Pui,. 30, 1980 According to Cross " experts, the e ths of July to September Were the worst disaster !nths recorded in the past Years. In a letter to tSident Carter, the s honorary "man, Red Cross Chairman Jerome stated, "Basing on past experience, Cross can expect f expenditures neighborhood of $16.5 through next June coordinated appeal involves all Chapters across atry and fund-raising been assigned to the Chapter size. was made to the Way for $11,500, ac- to Nell Thistle, but was unable the funding available Therefore, a two intensive mail will be conducted to raise these needed funds for the All funds go directly to the 0trice and they will exclusively for relief operations. this appeal, "While we our locale as place to live and families, it is also Which has benefited from the disaster oftbe Red lie went on to cite .Concerning ten m Sonoma County, the 1978 Guer- and Creighton which resulted in I i7,000 in disaster flowing into the the national office. is in addition to funds which are '.ach year by the pter for needs and Partially supported the United Way nominal service charge, as are the hot water heater and duct work. Under the Red Carpet Wall to Wall Protection Plan, you are protected against possible litigation concerning the covered systems and appliances in the home for a full year after closing. It is :!: ilil paid for out of the proceeds of the sale and if for any reason 1he home does not sell, there is no cost and the plan is cancelled. Everyone at Red Carpet Cloverdale Realty say they are excited and enthusiastic about their new "Wall to Wall" Protection Plan. "I've always been involved in education" says newly- elected Board member Chris Pedroncelli. As the mother of two daughters and a son, she has been committed to active participation in their schools, serving on many boards and committees and working for a time as a teacher's aide. A resident of Geyserville, she was elected to the Board to represent citizens of the north Sonoma County area. Her husband, John, is in the winery business, and the new Trustee says that the title of homemaker best describes her own occupation during the past 28 years She points out that the distance involved in com- muting to the college limits the ability of many north county residents to take advantage of the college facilities, but she's not sure yet whether the college should offer more courses in the north county. Demand for such courses is probably not that great, she concedes. "I'm a devoted enthusiast of continuing education," she says. "Education should not end after a person completes four years of high school. A person's growth and ex- pansion should be a lifelong endeavor." Mrs Pedroncelli has been enrolled in evening courses at SRJC, and her son attended SRJC before transferring to UC, Davis. "I'm very happy with the preparation he received here and the boost he got from his teachers," she says. She believes her transition period as a new board member will be smooth. "I'm the only new person on the Board, and everyone is being so helpful." She has no preeoncieved notions about the decisions she will be called upon to render as a Board member. "I'm in a learning posture at this time," she says. "I'm looking forward to getting better acquainted with the staff." Mrs, Pedroncelli is a Board member for the Voluntary Action Center, a member of the California Association for Neurologically Handicapped Children, and a member of the Geyserville Chamber of Commerce. She and her family have lived in Sonoma County 14 years. USDA CHOICE MEATS ROUND STEAK ,b. 199 Open 9 a.m.- 7 p.m. Daily 345 S. Cloverdale Blvd. PRICES EFFECTIVE THURS. JAN. 3 THRU TUES. JAN. 8 Bounty PAPER TOWELS SKIll. Giant Size 69 Skippy PEANUT BUTTER 18oz. 99 CUBE STEAK ,b. 2 s9 Lea n GROUND CHUCK ,b. 179 BEEF LIVER SIRLOIN TIP STEAK LONDON BROIL CROSS RIB ROAST Reg. SMOKED HAM ,0099 lb. 2 49 ,b 79 ")09 lb. m ,b. 1 49 S&W APRICOT AK:o NECTAR IECTAR 46oz. llmln 1 Campbell CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP SLICED HAM Lean PORK SAUSAGE Chicken Noodle 10%oz. 4/1 oo Bag Potatoes ,o, Homemade ,b 179 129 79 Wonder ENGLISH MUFFINS 6-Pack 39 Del Monte CATSUP 24oz. Loose Carrots Lemons 6,all 69  Ya LU 8/1 oo 4,00s./1 Squash Danish, Butter Yellow, Nut 5,00s./1 Betty Crocker HAMBURGER 1 HELPER I1- I Aml Varieties 69 Dennison Chili W-Beans hI.i'TT.| i Reg- Hot 15oz. hlii ,1i JL llOm " co c, I Kraft Mac. & Cheese 7 V4oz. pkg. Bonnie Hubbard Apple Juice V2 gal. Det Monte Cut Green Beans & Whole Kernel Corn & Spinach 303 can Del Monte Stewed Tomatoes 303 can King of Hawii Crushed Pineapple 80Z. Cn Early California Medium Pitted Olives 3 can Brussel Sprouts Betty Crocker CAKE Cabbage AIMI IvXiEiSes ffAn- Pears  ,1. rmel 59 Vienna Sauge 3/lOO Nabisco Saltine Crackers . box 129 Purina Cat Chow ,o ,b. Sunshine 3/1 Vanilla Wafers 16oz. 3/100 4/100 59 6,b,./1 EN 39 Bonnie Hubbard 69 ORANGE JUICE 12oz. can 69 GENO'S PIZZA 99 Cheese- Pepperoni-Sausage 4 79 Ore-Ida 69 HASH BROWNS 2 lb. Banquet 59 FRIED CHICKEN 2 2 lb. a Hunt's Meal Sauce 3/1 oo Italian - Mexican 15oz. can Homemade Soup Starter 1 09 Quaker 59 Oatmeal . ,oz. Quick- Old Fashion F leischmann's Margarine, 1 lb. Minute-Mid Orange Juice V gal. Mellow Crisp Bacon ,,b. 79 1 29 129 Del Monte Sweet Cucumber Chips 49 15oz. jar Ajax Cleaner 2oz. 139 Golden Grain Elbow Macaroni 79 2 lb.