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January 30, 1980

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l: Wednesday, January 30, 1980 - Page 11 !can ion LLENA William Russell Pest 293 American members are to get ready to Beginning with of February 3) the Post will memorial service the Four An article details can be this issue of the However, Com- F. Anello a desire to notify of the Cloverdale that all are to attend this in honor of the Army Chaplains lives in order Gl's might have a survive. The 11 be in charge of Harper, Post with the of several of the local clergy at 2 p.m. at the Veterans 16 Post 293 its World War I r sponsoring units Battalian Fair parade. Sponsored by the the U.S. Coast from the The Band on a truck furnished by Pacific and by John who is em- the transportation February 15, 2 February 16, ':30 p.m. ; Sunday, 7, 2 p.m. and 7:30 February 18, 2 American Legion sponsoring its Fair Bingo are open are held in the ement urn and Money is the first of of seminars for and management held at Sonoma on Friday, 8:30 a.m. to Student Union room. is part of a Vmposum on [irs, a different The will feature and discussion on Of the plarmi.'ng tt relates to the how planning to managerial solutions inflation in future at the first Will include Jim Fargo and Santa Sabuco, ive Financial Walter bireeior of Planning, State Rohnert Lad Burgin, and Succession Transamerican San Francisco; Director of Lautze Franc!see. will be the second on Friday, md the third be held on II, and will and City is being by the SSU Sent Studies Alumni and {he Management trait of upper , and of Continuing Units are syml on of lectures is the at Cloverdale Veterans Building. Free coffee will be available during all bingo games. Proceeds from the Bingo Games are used to finance the Post's Youth Activities, such as the Children's Christmas Party. On Saturday, February 16 starting at 8 a.m. a pancake breakfast will be served. Those of you who attended the last pancake breakfast William Russell Ledford Post 293 will be happy to learn that the was so successful the lhe P.s!'s membership to another malter which will Post's famous cooks Jack Legionnaires will again offer choose three Boys Staters need their attention. Durham, Darel Mack and $t00 blackout jackpot. Again and tw,. YAES to represent Sometime during the month Maurice Watts will again be all are welcome to attend. he Post. And while all of this of May. before Memorial in the kitchen preparing the During all of this time is gmg un nominations and Day. the Post will be working pancakes sizzlelean and eggs. Rober! Thompson. Finance eleclions will be on the with over 100 students boys I hope most of you will be Officer and Boys' State agenda in order !ha! !he post and girls, from the Rio Lindo happy to know the above in- Chairman and Youth and can hold its annual initiation Academy of Healdsburg. formation. Environmental Seminar and installation ceremonies cleaning and repairing the On February 27 the Post Chairman, will be working in June. vandalism damaged markers will have it's regular monthly with Mrs. Jane NerwJ a! the If y.u hink the active al the local cemetery. Bingo Game at 7:30 p.m. Cloverdale High School members are busy working (;.mmander Anello will be Because the January game preparing Ihe candidates for .n Ihe abve projects, there is seeking the assistance of all Legionnaires, veterans and "mm-vetef:ans on this project. Annello has sought cooperation from the City of Cloverdale in furninshing a dump truck and driver for the day. According to Anelio, "lhe job would be made much easier if the city would help us do'what it tthe city) can't or won'l do. C, mmander AJmllo noted 1hat the cemetery clean up is needed badly, but becase the Post i;; planning Memorial Day Services on the site, and because a World War I member of the William Russell Ledford "Post 293 has ordered that flowers be placed on each veteran's grave on Memorial Day, the cemetery should be policed. More information on this project will be given as the plans begin to jell. USDA CHOICE MEATS GRC, UND BEEF Reg. Lean Fresh lb. 1 29 T-BONE or PORTERHOUSE STEAK ,o. 2 99 Open 9 a.m.- 7 p.m. Daily 345 S. Cloverdale Blvd. PRICES EFFECTIVE WED. JAN. 30 THRU TUES. FEB. 5 B-)UE STEAK Boneless lb. 2:9 Scott PAPER TOWELS Giant Roll AI.L  BEEF STEW lb. 59 89 OX TAILS lb. TOP ROUND STEAK ,b. 2 79 Gold Medal 279 @I FLOUR5 lb. LONDON BROIL lb. 1 99 ' Boneless 1 29 :ED BACON ,b. 89 Betty Crocker HAMBURGER HELPER All Varieties Chicken o' the Sea TUNA Chunk 6oz. TURBOT FILLET Fresh Frozen FILLET OF SOLE Fresh Frozen , 169 ,. 2 09 69 77 Bag Potatoes ,0,. 79 _ ._ Tomatoes Ripe and Juicy 39',. Blue Seal MARGARINE 1 lb. 39 Kraft MIRACLE WHIP Qt. Size Cabbage so., .. 15 + * Oranges Sweet 'n Juicy 5 +/1 Celery Large Stalks Brussel Sprouts 3,/89 Del Monte TOMATO JUICE 46OZ. can Crystal White Dishwashing DETERGENT 59 99 DoI Monte Vegtables 303 can 48OZ. 311 o Bell Pepper f / / 49 D'Anjou Pears l Bananas Golden Ripe 39 3,/1 Baker Potatoes 6 ,,/1 Whole Kernel Corn Cut Green Beans Golden Grain Tomato Sauce Spaghetti 39 Spinach Peas Long 1 lb. ROZEN FOOD "Sunshine Vanilla Wafers 59 + Banquet FRIED 11oz. CHICKEN ,. 2 Elena Beef&Bean BURRITOS Green Chi'i4/ 100 5oz. Ball Park Van Camps *+ Weiners Pork & BeanS,00z 3/1 . ,oz Hormel /-]lJ Kra. Spamoz 129 , :%/: American ++ cheese ',', Singles 1 . Larsen .. Vog-All 3/1 oo Folgers Flaked 54 " 16oz. Coffee 26oz. Irish Spring 39 Buddig Bath Soap Bath Size Skippy Dog Food Luncheon Meat L, 3oz. 1 79 1 99 26oz: Quaker Oats 59 18OZ. Pet PIE SHELLS Two 9" Ore- Ida ONION RINGS 7oz. Redwood Empire Grade AA Ex. Large Eggs Tasters Choice Freeze-Dried (Reg. Only) Coffee 8OZ. 49 .489 [:)el Monte Sweet Cucumber Chips 9 + Del Monte Catsup 39  15oz. 14oz. Ronalate Soft Cheese 4OZ. 1 09