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Nlceable American flags to be d of during Flag Day Week he Sonoma In Cloverdale the flags will Any organization, or in- I Veteran's be disposed of on Saturday, dividual who may have an qaqrhead a June 14. Representing the American Flag which is of all un- Veterans of Foreign Wars unserviceable is urged to Flags will be Del Cole and Jack bring the flag to the Week, June Butts; representing the Cloverdale Veterans' tatives of William Russell ord Post Memorial Building any ' Service Participate 293 American Legion will be morning and give to Bob Joseph F. Anello and Dick Flynn. Tanci in Wooldrige. All residents of with the the area are invited to wit- iuemment, ness the ceremony. The United Veterans Council represents Veterans representing 30 Sonoma County Veterans Organization. The county wide disposing of the American Flags was an idea presented to the council by Gil Leach, Council Chairman and V.F.W. representative of Petaluma. It is expected that this will become an annual event. I II I I Wednesday, June 4, 1980 - Page 3 Summer swim program to start The summer swim program is again being sponsored by the Clover- dale Unified School District and will provide in- structions ranging from Tiny Tot classes to Life Saving. There will also be an Adult Swim Class of- fered. Gloria Stryker, A Red Cross Water Safety In- structor, will teach classes which will begin on June 9 and continue through the summer. Starting date for the two week classes are June 9, June 23, July 7, July 21, August 4, August 18. Each course will be a two week course throughout the summer, except for Life Saving which is a three week course. Fees will be $10 for each swimmer for each two-week session. Registration will begin Saturday, June 7, from I p.m. to 5 p.m. and then daily from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Memorial Pool. The pool will open for public swimming on June 9 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. daily through August 29th. Pool fees are $1 for children and $1.25 for those 16 or older. For further information about the classes please call 894-5759 after 5 p.m. DEWALK *Cloverdale Nursery & Gift Shop eRasco • Western Auto June 5-7 WESTERN AUTO Sidewalk Specials All Sale Items Limited to Stock on Hand Armour-All Protectant 4 OZ. ALL • Water Pumps •Alternators •Starters 20 % OFF $129 ,,  ,u , Pre-formed 36 x 7" Queen Size _. _ ,  Splash Pool Bed Pillows 411 Paint i '37" '1" !/2 OFF F € Xcept spray paint)  araen ence 69 Silverware Trays 50 ˘ Ilk hie-sided • ...... Styrofoam urop Crib =09 uu Ice Chest 48 qt ,42, ny other , bargainS'- --Now Open Sundays, 10-3 7'P6 S. Cloverdale Blvd., 894-3949 Walk Right In to..@ ou.R First lnnnversary June 5 - 15th 5 gal. Camillas '74e Reg. 12.95 (Trees Excepted) All 5 gal. Junipers Reg. 12.95 - 14.95 Rhododendrons Reg. 14.95 $749 All 5 gal. Fruit Trees Reg. 13.50- 14.95 APPles • Pears * PeacheS • Plums • Apricots • Persimmo˘s • AlmOnds • Prune * NectarineS • Cherries (Not Citrus) Now's the Time to Print that OrdNlrdl Best Tomato & Veg. DUST 8 OZ. Reg. 3.29 Save $1.00 112 Prici Best bles Tomato & Veg. Ta Prince of Wales FOOD Wonderful .uys, Juniper 1 ga,.' 1" 1 gal. Yarrow In Bloom 99 ˘ 5 lb. Reg. 1.89 Reg. 2.95 Gifts, Plants, Dolls, 11€ Pottery, Glassware, All 1 Gal. _ JF Wooden things Pyracantha ' 1" Limit 2 per All on the Sidewalk Reg. 2.95 customer for You to enjoy! ,,. , P'uus - other Specials  Throughout the Yard! :> . OPEN 9t00 - 5,30 EVERY DAY BUT TUESDAY .. Cloverdale Nursery & Gift Shop , (/,.- " e Dr. 894-2313 ' "--- T4)ps ast tloyester, Contr Trim 5,99 asst. styles I DE00WP00LK. June 5,6,7 Only! Limited Quantities -Odds 8, Ends 200 Sponge Mops 1 y Built in Wringer Reg. 247 Snack Chips Corn Chips, Taco Chips Cheese Fries Nacho Cheese 2 / 1°° Bath Towels 1" Cotton Terry 20x40 Limited Quantity Reg. 67 tlan Close-out e 20" Window Fan 1 1 9, Stvles - sizes 2-speed , Portable 3.99" Reg. 24.99 Galvanized Trash Cans 30 Gallon 9  poly Pails lU Durable 9 qt. size LTrash Cans 7;y Pampers 7., P.99 lock-top dome lid Disposable diapers, Box of 60 Daytime or 48 Toddler W Pains 54Y "' Bed Pillows Coloring Books 3/1" Garbage Bags 33 Gallon size box of 8 Reg. 1.19 Folding Lawn Chairs 99 ˘ 7 99  Grill 2 == Air Pots 5  Multi-Color Webbing nl 1.9 Liter Unbreakable €Is for storage For Hot or Cold. Reg. 6.97 Mens Tee-Shirts 171 14. I Carton Slightly Irreg. Pkg. of 2 Kiddies Sneakers 1°° Sizes 5V.9 Mens Knit Shirts 100% Cotton Solid Colors Sizes S & M only Reg. 2.99 2 °0 Poly Ice Your Choice Cube Trays or 100 oz Decanter Reg. 1.49 Twin Sink 1 7 Panasonic Ladies & Mens NO'Vac 88 ˘ Kitchen Set Batteries  4/88  ht colorful Poly Dish Sizes "AA", "C", & "D'" V-Strap Zorles 2/1°0 "'D" Cells Drainer & Tray Reg. 2.97 . Reg. 4/1.00 Reg. 79 790 S. Cloverdale Blvd., 894-5331