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January 2, 1980

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0000erican ili ::00gion Aux ary )r ya= in ENA GAMBETTA generosity, this summer there to speak to both groups n tt flect are always things to Lull. in a service ;1 saition, such as William )r,Ledford Unit 293, tidltn Legion Auxiliary, lall,this week the com- unto:or, the Refreshment meet to plan for the wl of the stand for the Retnl and mens and let. ga es, which will be 1 sa.o, you. kn?w i!. g The iiaxlhary m ptanmn .,t )keni their services to me rs by adding a hot-dog y.  to serve drinks that ; all .r than coke, such as of 1 uice or grapefruit t knO This week the ,&apos;Y was surprised by a ft from two of their iJl rs. Charles Silvers a member of the Post at Rohnert Park, Silvers who is a r of our local Y presented the with a beautiful equipment, none hot-dog machine, easier for the serve the public been an active r.of the auxiliary 1978. She has offices, and zted in all activities plus being on the Drill and At present Lee vine-president of tells us that contest in where she and held responsible position -We, the auxiliary, PublieAy thank and Lee for their gift, and I am sure will enjoy your when the hot dogs that can he served to the public. A hot dog never tastes so good, as it does at a ball game. The Drill and Ritual Team chairman. Irene Ferrari this week received word that there will be competition in all sorts of categories during convention time in June, which this year is being held in Sacramento. There are categories in Senior and Junior Drum and Bugle Corps, Senior and Junior Color Guard, Senior and Junior Band, and Senior and Junior Drill Team. This competition is very attractive and colorful, and a highlight of any convention Energy Conservation Chairman, Dona Wooldridge has also received a special bulletin, asking all members and citizens to use the 3-R's, Recycle, Restore, and Renew. This project involves the recycling of cans, bottles, newspapers, magazines, rags and etc. The department is also offering a Big Apple award to the Juniors who participate in Energy Saving tips. Here are some suggested Energy Savers that you might participate in. Car speed 55, shower rather than tub, hot water temperature down, use dishwasher only when full, thermostat 60-70, car pool when possible, turn out lights, close off unused rooms, walk when possible, save 1 gal. of gas per week, share a ride, air conditioner up. heat down at night. The next meeting of the Post and Auxiliary will be held on Wednesday, January 9th at the Veterans Memorial Building at 7:30 p.m, at which time a representative from Out Reach North will he on the services their organization has to offer to the community, so that we can he aware where help can be obtained for all age groups who might need this help. Please everyone try to be present at this time, the public is also invited. There are deadlines to meett if you are planning to apply for a state scholarship on education, so please get in touch with Jane Nervo at the high school or any auxiliary member. This years theme in the auxiliary education is "Teach all the Children." There are eons and cons of scholarships, grants, etc. offered to both veterans children, and financially grouped children, and the affluent children. There is something for everyone if you only take the opportunity. Hou Have To Make The First M ove '. [e receives 12 in fees COntroller Kenneth ,. today reported ) ;tzon of $'47,923,052 to nd COunties as the f:_r apportionment of J/Ollected "in-lieu" #LVehicle license fees. dst reported Sonoma Ch received $293 421 and ;it .Y of Cloverdale ;hut .<. $5,212. = Bldtribution represents y - and counties share inse fees and other 9  deposited in the 00 a ehicle License Fee ble during November, property tax on motor vehicles. Except for the portion withheld to cover administrative costs, the money is returned to local governments which may use their shares for general purposes. Half of the distribution went to the cities and half to counties in the proportion that the population of each city or county bears to the population of all the cities or counties in the State. Distribution is based on the 1970 Federal Census as ad- justed to reflect new in- corporations, annexations, te exeise tax at the special censuses and State Per $100 of market Department of Finance IT i es the vlace of local estimates. ::::::-:-:,:.-.....-.. ................................................ ,hill L V e ,0) erdale rece,ves ;p way users tax !.OPortionment Kenneth announced the of $62,871,956 cities and the December of highway share and Cloverdale was $3,078. $15,534,832 went the counties; to cities; for expenditures highways; and the Bicycle Lane from the gasoline diesel fuel tax, $6,539,170; and miscellaneous. $2,116. The total available for the December apportionment was $11,611,322 less than that for the preceding month. The gasoline tax was $10,325,875 less than the November figures. The diesel fuel tax was $1,285,148 less than that for November. The distribution was $9,138,451 less than that for the same month last year. The December 1979 gasoline tax distribution was $8,970,116 less than that for December 1978. The diesel fuel tax distribution was $167,771 less than in December, 1978. rette tax Ionment buted Kenneth nnom-zed the $4,838,159 to a cities as the Pportionment of received City 58 counties' I and the cities'share totaled $3,906,658. This distribution represents 30 percent of the revenue deposited in the Cigarette Tax Fund during the month of November, 1979, less the State's ad- ministrative costs of $21,803. Lee Silvers presents Elsie Carr and Walter Carr a beautiful hot-dog machine for the American Legion Auxiliary to be used at the ball park refreshment stand. The new machine is a gift from Charles Silver, who is a member of the STORE HOURS= DALLY 7:30 A.M. to 6:30 P.M.  Sunday 9 A.M. - 5" P.M. FREE DELIVERY EVERY DAY AT 4 P.M. Ad Dates Thurs. Jan. 3 Thru Sunday Jan. 6 y.0u.r .... =d....q.s .... a0000i00ii..g. with these fnod values... Ajax Liquid Dish Detergent 22oz. Boraxo Powdered Hand Soap with free dispenser 12oz. Hunt's 1 09 69 Mexican Style Manwich 39 Sloppy Joe Sauce 15V4oz. Hunt's Whole Tomatoes 69 28oz. tin Mary Ellen Grape Jam 32oz. 139 Oel Monte 49' FRUIT COCKTAIL 303 tin Del Monte Ajax CLEANSER 14OZ. Thursday, January 2, 1980- Page 9 Legion Post at Rohnert Park, and Lee Silver, a member of the local auxiliary. Photo by Janice. M .AT & Del,cattesson Cornish Game Hens Large 24oz. Size Texas Broil Short Ribs of Beef Baby Beef Liver Skinless Ham Shanks 2" lb. Polish Sausage Farmers Cheese Fresh Fish Arrives Wednesday Nalley's e o',a Donald Duck CHILl el 59 Frozen CHILI I , , -.',,,'" WITH ORANGE BEANS Hot or Reg 52OZ. tin 79 ' JUICE 12oz. tin uoo,0 49 Van de Kamps 249 SLICED FISH All Varieties MEATS 3oz pkg STICKS 20oz. pkg. Cheerios WHOLE CORN Lo Cabin CREAM CORN SYR?P 149 " s.w Tomato 39 ,,oz tin " Juice ' Garden Fresh ,,,oz Fresh Broccoli 59 bunch ,., 59each Cauliflower Oranges Russet Potatoes ,0, =, 83 Kraft Miracle Whip 1 29 Nalley's Cucumber Chips 48oz. jar 1 89 We have Thanksgiving you Grind it Coffee" Try it it's Delicious! Kilpatricks Bread 1 lb. Cello Loaf White or Wheat Kraft Barboque Sauce All Varieties 18oz. Four Monks Gourmet Vinegar All Varieties 12oz. bottles 2199'