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e 00g,on Aux,!,ary J 'William Russell Ledford Unit 293 thing past Russe. 293, American was when at their last to the Band them of the On week the auxiliary F-dsie Karr, membership our Music P, uppert to make All the the band ,you will all be m July. we had a Eleanor member of tothe Service Geyserville gave us an area, Lnetelephone of this to get a family the law. for for the Line, the .ng to shelter. will be will Since all these services are offered in Santa Rosa, but due to ex- pense and lack of adequate transportation to Santa Rosa for these services, this new group is hoping to bring these se-rvies to our communities. The Hot Line program originated with the Good Shepherd Church. They did a great deal of research to substantiate the Hot Line program, by gathering statistics from the Police Department, - Out Beach North, Barbara Clary and others. These public servants said there was a definite need for the Hot Line in our area. Marvin Bowers is the chairman, and the following have endorsed the program, the Family Service, The County of Sonoma, The Chief of Police, The Healdsburg High School, the Geyserville Chamber of Commerce to name but a few. Funding was raised in the following manner: $995 was , raised by the nine Deanerys in the Episcopal Diocese, with $9000 raised by the Sacramento Diocese, then receiving a grant matching the funds raised. Volunteers will be recruited and trained from the public, with trained doctors, nurses . and psychologists on hand to handle any crisis. Remember this program is for both parents and children. Mrs. Phillips was quite knowledgeable and answered many questions on the for- mation of the Hot Line program. Claudia Reck, the Citrus ion officer open registered and to be an at the , June 3, you the county office as day and ends at about 8:50 p.m. that evening, is $28.50 or $33, depending on your duties. For further information, call the Registrar of Voters office at 527-2215 or 527-2259. is Woman's months T. Lewis, Clerk and Improvement Voters, board Club to meet being placebo  March 5 election Place near the bers will duties casting of 'voters. lCh.e. by the will Instruction job. which .m. election The Woman's Im- provement Club will hold their next meeting on March 5. The meeting will begin at l:00p.m, in the Forum Room of the Cloverdale Regional Library. The program will be an Arts and Crafts fair. All members are encouraged to bring their arts and crafts to share with the club. sAute :er= ATTERIES CQrS and trucks . . . 24s0 types, 6 and 12 volts. end tax 2nd's with 3 and alternators Auto Wrecking Gerdes Lane 894-2186 ON YOUR PHONE BOOK COVER. Fair Gueen candidate chairman was not present as she was at the Citrus Fair Building viewing Our can- didate's performance, Lynne Colin. Lynne was not chosen queen, but did a terrific job on her act, and every auxiliary, member was proud of her performance. We also congratulate the Volunteer Fire Department on winning first prize on their exhibit, and we felt proud to have loaned them the two flags on their exhibit. Donna Wooidridge, National Security Chairman, said that everything was in readiness for the Cancer Detection program that the auxiliary will be sponsoring free in April. She reported that the doctors, Mrs. Planck from the Cancer society, and others will be present at our next meeting to view and preview the film. The Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital Will furnish the address stamp, and the reading of the tests. Elsie Karr, Membership Chairman, received two special awards this week, with one being a special award for attaining mem- bership goal before the state's president's home coming in October, and the other citation was the Early Bird Citation. Congratulation to you Elsie. Each year the auxiliary sponsors a Junior Con- ference. This year there is a moratorium, to improve the program, but the Juniors are selling tickets to raise funds for the Conference next year. Each unit received five tickets, and the unit pays for the tickets then puts all the Juniors names in a bag and draws five names to vie for the lucky tickets, which will entitle the winner to a $25 dash award first prize, plus $,50 bond second and $75 dollar bond for third prize. The names of the Juniors drawn were Denaire Grossman, Tammy Kaser- man, Elsie Domenichelli, Cindy O'Brien and Stacy Nichols. The drawing will be on April 12th, and we hope one of our unit's Juniors will be the lucky recipient! Theresa Tollini, llenrietta Ruppert and Elsie Karr presented Steve Connoily a check for $500. for the "Band Trip to Ad Dates Wed., Feb. 27Thru Sun., March 2 Wednesday, February 27, 1980- Page 5 Cold Power Detergent 84oz. 2 39 Vienna . fund from the American Legion Auxiliary. Photo by Janice M Boneless Pork Roast Pork Steak Homemade Delicatessen 1 =lb. 12b. Country Style Pork Sausage ,,r, Free Dermassage Dish --. Detergent 9 Boneless oz :ross Rib Roast uso Cho icia Grade D-Con U S DA Choice Mouse ;xas Broil Grade Pruff 2/89 Wisconsin oz.  Swiss Cheese Buddig All Varieties Sliced Meats 491 PEPSI-COLA 6 pack 12oz. cans 1 49 Mary Ellen STRAWBERRY JAM Nalleys CHILl WITH BEANS Hot, Thick or Reg. 15oz. tin Zee PAPER TOWELS Large Roll 1471b 32oz. 2 471b. RESH PRODUC By the piece i 69 or sliced ,i. lb. Call For Quotes on Locker Beef Fresh Fish Every Wednesda OI-IILI Kraft Random Weight Cheese All Varieties Kraft Macaroni & Cheese 7 %oz. Large Bell Peppers 49,00 Navel Oranges 4 'b /100 Clip Top Carrots 2 lb. 139 Russet S 10 lb. bag 79 Price Marked 3/1 0 17oz. tin S&W Cut Green Beans 16oz. tin S&W Cream Corn 17oz. tin 2189 2189 S&W Stewed 2189 Tomatoes 16oz. tin