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Russell Ledford American Legion comes to the rescue ago Manzanita if the auxiliary a large outdoor facility. The ene through with donating her husbands due to the fact was flown both (this can be g as there is a light the weather flag to become torn, and could in use. So requested. is happy to to any group or as it is a t'ganization. The theVOted to get one Sonoma County Which is an of all a County, purpose is to to groups. we had some of the offered to give flag to Man- through the Robot and Ellie their young Junior auxiliary donors of flag is just the an outdoor Manzanita flag was on the brother are an old in Clover- of Cloverdale One of stores in died Cavalli Later on the and Cavallis and the Flynns n Legion Auxiliary opened a store where'the present Giovannetti's Sport Shop is today, a grocery store. The Flynns had three boys, Robert the oldest, then Donald and Edward the youngest. The youngest was killed in a gun accident, when he went through a fence the gun went off accidentally, when he was fifteen. Robert and Donald both were in World War II. Donald served in the Pacific area in the engineering department for two years. Donald then settled in San Rafael and lived there up to the time of his death four years ago. It is Donald's flag that is flying over the facility at Manzanita Manor. The auxiliary as welI as the facility thank Bob and Ellie for their generous offer. On Monday afternoon, the Flynns as well as president Theresa Tollini, Elsie Karr, and Dena Gambetta from the auxiliary went to the facility to present and dedicate the flag. Present were also Vivian Menicucci, president of the volunteer auxiliary at the rest home, Mr. King the supervisor, Jan Freeman, activities director and "McEntee" head of nurses plus many of the home patients were present. One of the members made cheese cake, and the home furnished the punch, and everyone had a lovely afternoon at this beautiful dedication. President Thrersa Tollini did the dedication in the absence of our Americanism Chair- man, Arla Mae Bogner. This week Americanism Chairman, Aria Mae Bogner along with the Poppy Chairman, Claudia Reck, went to Washington School to leave rules and regulations on both the Americanism and Poppy Poster programs. The Americanism Essay Contest titles are as follows: Peter's Society nuary monthly t opened by Pres. with Father St. Peter's Opening prayers. presented the Anna Marosi plant at each r of the LIFE Hook and members of Life Council. meeting by secretary, and Lon the Treasurer's to the National Women of Diocese was ecretary. A 9:00 the meeting drit Catholic Santa Rosa on with business at 10:15 at the potluck was Norman Ross in 80's". Cloverdale Valentine, Mrs. and Mrs. of Santa Rosa to the Altar their support last was decided to to both the Bir- one in I. Allen, Mem- gave her the absence of bean Gambetta Mrs. Karr had Visiting saying at Manzanita assisting with there. delivered the to three donated was turkey and lone Pellegrini eeting already next year's with her Christmas or- rendered an much she had during the sale of these Rummage Sale April. stamps sent in Austria for our tupgort in this in- first guest Hook, and in Group I, (4th. 5th and 6th grades the title is "If I Were President". Group II (7th, 8th and 9th grades) subject title is "If I Could Vote," Group III, (10th. llth and 12th grades) "My Duty To My Country." The auxiliary is hoping that all the students will take the opportunity to enter this contest. There are over one hundred dollars worth of prizes being offered on the local level. So please enter. You will not only learn more about your government, but also perhaps be a winner in the contest ! The auxiliary has some busy days coming up, with the Color Guard in the Citrus Fair parade, sponsoring a Citrus Fair Queen candidate, helping to send the Band to Vienna, and we have just been asked to lead the parade in Santa Rosa in March for the Status of Women! Even the ,Juniors are still working hard and are hoping to get their group together to march in the parade. The American Legion Auxiliary presented a new American Flag to Manzanita .M;,nor ('onvelescent IIospital last week donated by Robert and Ellie Flynn and 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. so doing she commented that our great society does so much to save animals and likewise gives rights to women for abortion. Mrs. Hook then gave a history of the Pro-Life movement which began at the National Council of Catholic Women in Los Angeles. "The two straws in the wind", she sayd, "are abortion and euthanasia". In 1968 the California Theraupeutic Abortion Bill was introduced for "mental health reasons". On January 22rid, 1973, the Supreme Court Decision was reached giving almost anyone, for any reason and at any time, the right for an abortion. Little groups then began to organize to fight this and the Pro-Life organization began to flourish. The Catholic Bishops have ,always spoken out against abortion and in 1975 the Bishops wrote a plan to help Catholic people on Pro-Life - the Pastoral Plan. This is a 3-pronged plan t," spread the word regarding Education, Service, and Public Policy. The chief purpose is to pass a Human Life amendment to the Constitution which has been, and is, a long and arduous task. Many lay people have now joined the Clergymen in working for this cause. Monsigqor Monahan of Sebastopol was appointed by Bishop Hurely in the S.R. Diocese to lead this movement and Mrs. Hook and Mrs. Hughes work work within the six No. Calif. counties and have covered 38 parishes, 40 Missions and some of the statistics presented were very sad - over 1,000,000 a year are destroyed in wombs. Films, tapes and literature are available for presentation. Congressman Don Clausen is working fervently to pass an amendment to the Con- stitution. Another battle is raging versus Federal Funds used for abortions. It was a very informative evening. At the close of the meeting, refreshments were served by Eileen Gollan, Johanna Howell and Carol Marshall. Special guests for the evening were: Mr. & Mrs. Jim Vlasak, Mr. & Mrs. Lee Randolph and Mrs. Jennie Lopez. Next regular monthly meeting of Altar Society will be Feb. 4th at 7:30 p.m. at St. Peter's Hall. Family Scott Toilet Tissue 89 4 Roll Pkg. Ajax Laundry Detergent 149 49oz. Ajax Liquid Dish Detergent 22oz. Aiax Cleanser 14OZ. 99 3/100 Hunt's Tomatoes 28OZ. tin 69 Nalley's Hot or Reg. CHILl WITH BEANS 52oz. 1 79 Buddig All Varifies SLICED MEATS 3oz. pkg. 49 Krafl BARBECUE SAUCE z. Kraft MIRACLE WHIP oz. 95 12' Garden  Wednesday, January 30, 1980 - Page 9 their daughter. Photo by Jose Esparza M AT & Delicattesson Boneless Pork Roast Pork Chops Center Cbt Loin Pork Roast ,0. 139 ,0. 199 ,. 137 Country Style Pork Sausage Homemade lb. 143 Baked Ham Boneless Any Size ,. 2 29 Ham Shanks Skinless lb. 149 Wisconsin Swiss Cheese 2 7' Fresh Fish Every Wednesday Campbell's Nabisco Premium :KEN NOODLE SOUP 10oz. Potato Buds MASHED POTATOES 133/4 oz 95' SALTINE CRACKERS 29oz. tin 89 Adults 3so Students ,over 18 6 to 17 Come To The Fair I I II New from Purina Zucchini Squash Broccoli 5900o Large Bell Peppers 91b. Russet _ 83. Mainstay Dry Dog Food 5 lb. Bag Potatoes .o Ill I I 1 99 Mug Old Fashioned Root Beer 6 Pack 11oz. bottles plus tax plus deposit 89 Van de Kamps Fish Sticks 20oz. pkg. 2 $9 Ad Dates Wed. Jan. 31 Thru Sunday Feb. 3