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[ for our Clean the ad band :ery on be of the my of it will be You ought to see these young men and ladies work. I have. All Legionnaires are urged to be on hand for this cleanup in order that we can supervise the students in the various projects. Local high school students are welcomed to give a hand if they would like to volunteer. Also any none-Legionnaire who wants to give us a hand is invited. Those who have loved ones buried at the cemetery are invited to be present i.n order that their wishes might be fulfilled concerning the cleaning or repairing of the grave sites. This is the first time an all out effort to clean the cemetery has been at- tempted so we will appreciate all the help we can get. If all works out, we may make this an annual affair. The Cloverdale City Council authorized the use of a dump truck and driver to haul the debris. Remember the date: Sunday, May 18, I a.m. On Saturday, May 31, the William Russell Ledford Post 293 will sponsor a chicken barbeque. It will be open to lle t _ 00nts We're Cutting Corners ;  118 E. First St. r's Custom Matting f &Framing J t Also Commercially Made Frames MONTH OF MAY 1020% OFF Storewide! Mon.-Thurs., 10-5 j 1 Hours: Fri. & Sat., Sometimes .1 Neveron Sunday J [ REMEMBER-the PastMakesa Good _' Present for Morn ! Page 3 - - 00lQke Mom's WESTERN AUTO 796 S. Cloverdale Blvd. 894-3949 o her happiness with kaming special to unwrap r -,r special day! the public at $4 per person. All proceeds will go toward defraying the cost of the Cloverdale High School Band's trip to Vienna To add to the enjoyment during .the day at the park, the soon to be world famous Cloverdale High School Eagle Band will perform. Tickets for the Chicken Barbeque and Band Concert in the park can be purchased from any band member or Richard Wooldrige at Jim Wirt's Barber Shop or from Commander Anello. Last week Commander Joseph F. Anello, Adjutant Richard Wooldrige, Chaplain Charles Harper and Past Save ,2oo Commander Robert Flynn traveled to Healdsburg to officiate at the funeral ser- vices of Comrade Charles l.eighton, a former long-time resident of Cloverdale and member of Post 293. Plans for the Memorial Day services are still being finalized. Arrangements have been made with the Cloverdale Volunteer Fire Department Association to have the American Flags placed in the business center on Saturday, May 31 to commemorate the traditional date instead of the pliticians' date of May 26. More on "this as the date approaches. Wednesday, May 7, 1980 - Page 5 Legionaires to hold barbeque On Saturday, May 31, members of the William Ftussell Ledford Post 293 will roll up their sleeves and offer a chicken barbeque at the Cloverdale Cily Park to raise money to help pay for the CIoverdale High School Band trip to Vienna, Austria. As of now tickets are available from any member .f Ihe band and selected high school students. Some members of the L,egion also have tickets which can be oblained by e-Uing 894-5107. Head cook a, ,m barbeque pil will be Jack Durham along wilh his assistants Darrel Mack and Maurice Waits. Other Legionnaires will also be on hand. Anyone who wishes 1o volunteer will II II be welcomed on the crew. A a great day and may become beer stand will also be an annual Memorial Day featured, affair if the attendance warrants it. So save time, The Cloverdale High School save money and save gas, Band will be on hand to stay home and enjoy being serenade the people who will with your friends and neigh- be enjoying the food and hors over the Memorial Day beverages. It promises to be weekend. Free movies at the Library "Family Film Night", a monthly event at the Cloverdale Regional Library, will be presented on May 8 at 7 p.m. The featured movies will be: "Cricket in Times Square" - an animated version of this classic children's tale. "Floating Free" a delightful look at the sport of "Frisbee---ing". "Sentinel: West Face" - an exciting rock-climbing ad- venture in Yosemite national Park. all people of all ages are invited to attend. This program is free of charge (as are all library programs). I FOR MOTHER'S DAY Velvet Bedspreads These luxurious crushed velvet spreads in decora- tor colors are machine washable. Slightly irreg- ular. got a ! ollectlo ks Love. / 16 PIECE MELMAC FOR 8 Beautiful, durable in assorted patterns set. CANNON TOWELS Slightly irregular velura- mate in assorted prints. Complete service for 4 6 beautiful patterns & full 2 year warranty. ( ) FA NS 111 E. 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