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May 28, 1980     Cloverdale Reveille
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May 28, 1980

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c Wednesday, Nay 28, 1980 - Page 17 Homeowner's Advisor By ALLAN DAMEROW Broker f !CYCLE t Dry Dog Food Varieties 1 & 2 25 LB. BAG ,Z/w _ . SPEAS FARM Apple Juice 48 OZ. BOTTLE or ar Free 6 PACK--12 OZ. CANS DEVELOPING STANDARD COLOR FILM DEVELOPED& PRINTED 4#2 EXP. SO O'7* B ar- ROLL .=. ,- i 20 L $3.39* -C 24 L $3.95" 'k ASA 4OO f add 25' fo," de Chocolate Banana Cake Cream II Treat! & Pound Cake Great With Strawberrit (SAVE 30') FOLGER'S INSTANT Coffee Cry?ta's 69 CAN FOLGER'S offee All Grinds 2 LB. CAN I LB. CAN... $3.19 LB. CAN... Wesson Oil 24 OZ. BOTTLE (SAVE 20) HUNT'S - 6 OZ. CANS Tomato Paste F o HUNT'S - 101/2 OZ. CANS Tomato Puree (SAVE 17 ON 3 CANS) F o HUNT'S - 15 OZ. CAN Tomato Sauce Special (SAVE 111) HUNT'S "32 OZ. JUG Ketchup (SAVE 26) 15 LIC UOR PALMOLIVE I  LIQUID Seagram's I  E=" Y 39 lawashing "'" *i 1.75 LITER e Detergent 48 OZ. FAMILY SIZE BOTTLE J]'_t) ! Almaden I .o..,.,. 69 I i-11 Wines I J-'aiff Choose forn e f 4 IS WHITE Sweet Corn Tender fresh picked valley corn 4 q, F(NI Avocados Creamy smooth Hass variety ] ea. Itadiskes or Green Onions Garden Fresh Bunches Red Grapefruit Great flavor-loaded with juice Sweet 'N Juicy Peaches FIRST OF THE SEASON S J , Chabhs. Mountain I LAV Rhme or Mountain I I JIk irlanger ,,,,,,eOgl 1 4i "="'='  ""J " & - I 6PAC-,2oz. 80LES_ m _ CustmClub ,Am 19 i I  ml A=,k-,- Wi4,y "" 1 I L , LITER |gwv 6O) JERGENS - 43/4 OZ. BATH SIZE BARS Bath F Soap (lAVE lk ON 4 BANS| R $1.12 -- 4 OZ. TUB Sea & Ski SUNTAN LOTION REG. $2.03 Pepto Bismol 69 89 09 12 OZ. !I REG. $1.52 ".Band Aids 70'S REG. $2.24 Baby Shampoo / 11 OZ. : REG. $1.30 onditicmer 15 OZ. VLASIC Pickle Relishes Sweet, Dill, Hot Dog or Hamburger 10 OZ. JAR (lAVE 3Oc) CHEF'S BLEND Dry Cat Food 7 LB. BAG WE HONOR USDA " FOOD COUPONS SUPER MARKETS 750 So. CIoverdale Blvd. Cloverdale, CA Mon-,',t 9-8 Sun 10-7 QUESTION: I have owned my home for serveral )ffL,'. How can I determine the amount of my equity? ANSWER: Your equity equals the difference between the market value of your home and your mortgage balance. At the time you purchased the home, your equity was equal to your downpayment:  For example, a $60,000 home purchased with a $48,000 mortgage requires a $12,000 downpayment. That downpayment is the owner's equity. As time pases, the value of property generally increases. At the same time, the owner is paying off the mortgage. In the above example, if the home has appreciated to $90,000 and the owner has paid the mortgage down to $40,000, the equity is $50,000 ($9O,OOO - $4O,OOO). In order to determine your present equity, you would need to know the current fair market value of your home. This can be done by keeping up with the real estate trends in your neighborhood, or by obtaining a professional real estate appraisal. Mutt show to be held Bridge Winners For those people who are looking for an inexpensive recreational activity and who enjoy playing cards, should look into playing duplicate bridge. The games are held, once a week locally. If you are interested contact a member at 894-5778 or 894-,,, 2971. The winners of the game held May 22rid were: 1st - Katherine Baxter-Bill  Forrester. 2nd - Bette Jean Vadon- Raoul Pellegrini. 3rd - Bee Davini-Joanne Argyres, 4th Jo Stan-Dorothy Gummerson. 5th - EarF Conaway-Jim Peterson. A sense of the creeps Continued from page 16 others in this enterprise. He fell he really didn't need to push, to inspire 1.000 workers in his executive office or the two million federal em- ployees, or the 200 million people in his country." The First Annual Mutt Show and Dog Care Fair will be held at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds in Founder's (;rove on Saturday May 31 from lO a.m. to 3 p.m.' The show is sponsored by Sonoma Cuunty Animal Regulation's llumane Education Deparlment. The show will allow "|null" owners to show off their dog's talent in contests of skill and wit. All ' dogs are mixed-breed, non- pedigreed pets, but, are among the best loved com- panions in the County. Contests will include Waggiest Tail, Costume, Look-Alike, Best of Mutt, and Canine Congeniality. Everyone is invited to attend. Admission is free. A "Dog Care Fair" will be - held in Founder's Grove along with the show. It will present dog care services and produqts available to Sonoma Courtly residents. It will be a ' Doggie Renaissance Faire with displays and demon- strations f.rom Michelle's Boarding Kennel, Artful Dogger Grooming, Humane Society, Redwood Empire Veterinary Medicine Association, Spay of Sonoma, : Pet's 'Lifeline Adoption Service, Bob Patterson (Pet Photography), Jean's Dog Grooming, Bone Voyage Pet Service, Pet Switchboard, Animal Crusade, Sonoma  County Dog Training Club and Animal Regulation. Entertainment will be provided by Sonoma County* I Dog Obedience Club and refreshments will be sold by Animal Crusade. The awards for the 2nd Annual Poster' contest will be given during the lunch break at noon.