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and Mrs. John Hess ntolini reception Assistant candidate Court, Office honored given by John Hess. opponents, about ex- about Teaching nor of being the founding Dean of a successful and distinguished Law School. Nor does either, although they claim prosecution background say their experience resulted in their promotion to the Assistant Attorney's position, which is second in respon- sibility and authority only to the District Attorney. Nor can either opponent claim the number of serious felony convictions that I have been involved in obtaining over my twelve plus years as a felony trial lawyer. Experience then, is something they talk about, but is a qualification I truly posess. Peace and Freedom Presidential candidates positions to be aired Representatives from the four Presidential Primary campaigns for the Peace and Freedom Party will present their platforms on Thursday, May 29, at the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors' Chambers, 2555 Mendocino Avenue, Santa Rosa. This meeting wiil start at 7:30 p.m. and will also be the regular May meeting of the II II I I Peace and Freedom Party. Appearing for the various campaigns will be the following speakers: Scott Pearson for the Gus Hall- Angela Davis campaign; Dick Gelm for the Dave McReynolds-Sister Diane Drufenbrock campaign; Tom Cashin for Dierdre Griswold- Larry Holmes; and Tom Condit for the candidacy of I I Dr. Benjamin Speck. Peace and Freedom Party voters will have the opportunity to vote for one of the above: candidates in the Preferential Primary on June 3. Interested members of the public are also invited to attend. Literature on the various candidates will also be available. Wednesday, May 28, 1980 - Page 13 Rotarlans host Assistant District Attorney Gary Antolini, Assistant District Attorney and can- didate for Municipal Court Judge, No. 3, was recently guest speaker for the Healdsburg Rotary. Gary spoke to the members and said, "A common sense ap- proach to both criminal and civil cases has to return to our court rooms if our justice system is to regain its credibility in the eyes of the pubhc. The original goals of our laws must constantly be remembered. These goals were originally and must presently be to search out the truth, and not get tangled up in legalees, thereby im- pairing the attainment of these goals. Gary is a member of the East Santa Rosa Rotary. a t candidates of being by both my long an honest wrong; if as a People who Often without maim and jority then I am say, in his in its goals. and all other em- are many, '.the improper ltlg term, tr McDermott" Master of a Picnic of Gary for No. 3, of Mr. & Mrs. Sebastopol. McDermott "{ support for Gary working With Gary, I Gary would and honest Gary District the guests, have the Vote of our candidate Court Judge, held Sebastopol and Victoria his and order comments "Survival of requires beth We are being a our respect our ability I believe we challenges the best at all levels Jill Page s more to meet the present estate en- predicted estate corn- strongest Will come a bigger ever," Dr. Murray" of "How to ex- and how la'ofetmional in a g en- the featured seminars Convention's Corporation, m Walnut L founded service nOW coast - USDA CHOICE MEATS 345 S. Cloverdale Blvd. NEW HOURS: 9a.m.-8o.m. Daily Prices Effective Wed., May 28 Thru Tues., June 3 Colortex BATHROOM TISSUE 4 Roll r ,2J Star Kist TUNA 91/4oz. Can 1 29 Den n i so n CHILl WITH BEANS t 1Soz. Can Friskies DOG FOOD Dinner Sauce 25 lb. 99 PU0011 IN Betty Croker CAKE MIXES All Varieties Del Monte PEACHES Sliced or Halves 21/2 Can 69 59 PEPSI-COLA 16oz. Bottles Lux LIQUID DISH DETERGENT 32oz. 1o9 lO9 ROUND STEAK LONDON BROIL BAR-B-QUE STEAK b. 1 99 ,2 69 ,2 le LEAN GROUND BEEF b.1 39 [EF TRIPE BEEF LIVER PORK SPARE RIBS SLICED BACON PORK FEET ,79' ,099' lb.,1 39 ,69 ,0049' ,049  PORK SKIN Bag Potatoes ,0 , , 6 5' Bananas 3 '189' Winesap Apples 39, Pineapple 79 Carrots 6 '. / 1 oo Oranges 5,/1 Grapefruit w.,,e or Pink 5/100 Yellow Onions 2 '/29 Italian Squash Lemons 10/1 0 Dennison Chili with Beans Reg. or Hot 15oz. 59 Final Touch Fabric Softner 33OZ. Sunshine 79* Sugar Wafers 89 12oz. Del Monte Vegetables Cut Green Beans Whole Kernel Corn Peas- Stewed Tomatoes Spinach 303 can 31100 Wisk Tomato Sauce Detergent % Gal. Redwood Empire Medium Eggs Larsen Grade AA 269 Veg-AII Mixed Vegetables 303 can 9 Lifebuoy Soap Del Monte Sliced Pickled Beets 49' ]doz. Golden State Peanut ButttDr 2 49 N O/I Reg. Size Birdseye 3/1 4/1 . ' COOL WHIP 69* Kraft Campbell 1 1 9 8oz. ChickenRice " -with 3/89  .,, Miracle Size Whip II [('M ;,'] :le : " Bonnie Hubbard =oup t ,, po. . ORANGE JUICE, 69' 10V2oz. can    Imperiat  M 12oz. argarlne 69' Smuckers Grape Jam 109 .o.vm.c,,cjzczu i lb.. Stick . Birdseye 2tb.. / audd,g . CORNlooz. or PEAS 3/1 oo Campbell Pork n Beans 3/1!/Luncheon Meat 49 W 3oz. Welches 303 can. bchilling " GRAPE JUICE 79 9- Lives 12oz. Cat Food" 3 9* -- i Garlic Salt 59* 6t/2 can '3oz.