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Page 10, Cloverdala Revel.e, September 10, 1997 RAY'S With electronic scanning de-. vices, computerized pricing and ergodynamic checkstands, the new store offers all that is new and customer friendly in the supermarket arena, he noted. The store will include an espresso bar, video rentals and Rays's's Fast and Fresh meals that provide ahome-cooked meal ready in five minutes. Other services available are FAX trans- mittals, Western Union transac- tions and Travelers Express money orders. With the addition of the new Cloverdale store, the Ray's fam- ily has grown to a total of 36 supermarkets located through- out Northern California and Southern Oregon. In addition to the Ray's Food Place locations the parent company C&K Mar- ket, Inc. operates Ray's Shop Smart and Price Less Foods warehouse stores. BUDGET more detailed information once the County Schools office makes its recommendations. They will be only suggestions and will not be mandatory, Johnson pointed out. Hot Springs Road closure topic of Sept. 18 meeting The City of Cloverdale will hold an informational meeting con- cerning the permanent closure of a portion of Hot Springs Road Sept. 18 at 5:30 pm at the Coun- cil Chambers in City Hall. The closure was recommend- ed in the Environmental Impact Report prepared for the Del Webb-Clover Springs project due to safety concerns. According to City Planning and Redevelopment Director Joe Heckel, concerns include the nar- row width of Hot Springs Road, and the fact that it's intersection with Cloverdale Boulevard sits at a low point, making it difficult for drivels to see when exiting and entering. The closure has been a condition of the project since it was approved in 1994. The road will be closed just after the last house located with- in City boundaries, a few houses west of the CDF station. Home owners living just west of 175 Hot Springs Road and people traveling to the Lake Sonoma, Yorty Creek Recreation Area will have to take Brookside or Del Webb Drive, in the Del Webb project, and access Hot Springs on Foothill Blvd. The meeting will address the proposed closure, status of the Clover Springs Project, and pub- lic safety concerns with Hot Springs Road. ..... r CLOVERDALE  j J The CHARMIN BATHROOM TISSUE Single Ply 12 Pack 79 Drugstore in PRIN 6 TO7OZ ASSORTED Extra Streng Caplets - Gelcaps or Geltabs CARLO ROSSI WINE 1 4 Liter SALES PRICES EFFECTIVE Sept 10-Sept t6, S&W IETABLES 14 to 15 1/40z Assorted TID II Laundry Detergent; Scented, Scent or NEWI Mountain Spring 92 Oz/42 Washloads or With Bleach, 94 0Z133 Washloads; or Uquid, 100 Oz, Asstd. GS DRUGS AND CONTINENTAL AIRLINES IS AS EASY AS 1, 2, 3 1) Shop Longs I ' "c "'Jkr e rvati n With every Stt sa LsC,, Pa earn discount ! .Call Continental Airlines 1-800-426-56(X) for travel within 50 I adrfere on Continental Airlines. : United States or Mexico or 1-800-231-O856 for tnlvet to Canada, I .Brtng ur recoipt(s) to aLny Longs Drug Store and obtain a FREE i I travel discount codiflcae on Continental Airlines Europe, South America or the Cadbbean. J Pu lUU or more woffl Longs urug Tores ar receNe a wav q I Planner to be appointed by Council tonite : Longs Drugs ln.Ad Coupon Good through 9116/97 Appointment ofap]anningl0. ' 20% OI commissioner will be on the agen- da for the City Council meeting tonight (Wednesday) Sept. The Council convenesin cham- I LONGS PRICE AL L bers at City Hall, 124 N. Clover- | 1 dale Blvd,. at 6:30 p.m. Mark Klaver, whose current term has expired is the only ap- plicant. The Council will also hear Councilman Teague give an up- date on the new senior center building project. The Council will also consider a resolution authorizing the City to enter into agreements with the Association of Bay Area Gov- ernment (ABAG) for the pur- chase of gas and electricity un- der the new deregulation of these industries. 3) Enjoy the Savings ArTJPI $25 Off a round-trip ticket of $150-$249 $50 Off a round-,t Uck of $250-$34e $75 Off a round-rap ticke of $3504449 $100 Off a mund-tp ticket of $450 or mole Save on Internalional Travel too! Jnt cermcate. Purcrmses maae on Izluor, t0(tery, moacco, Daffy m mon co-paymenm oo no quamy. ,,.re'mr taxes ano  apply. Longs purchases must be made between 9/10#97-11/22J97. Qualifying odginal receipts must he mJbm#ted to Longs Drugs Store by November 30, 1g7. Black out datu apply. Valid on flights operated by ConUnental or ConUnental Express. One discounted Ucket per certtrmate. 14 day advanced purchase required. Round-trip purchase arkl a Sakmc night stay required. May not be combined with any other discount offer. Transfembie but non-extendible. Round-trip travel within the 50 United States, Canada, Mexico, Europe, South America or the Caribbean. Travel must be completed by June 15, lg8. See store for complete details. WESTCLOX, SPARTUS, OR =ou00T00. Coupon Required No Limit lllllllllllllllll rlllllllllllllllll Longs Drugs In-Ad Coupon I Good through 9116/97 I I Toastmasters to host annual speech fest I I I I I I I | 30% O Local Toastmaster, Claire Cau- dill, Area Governor, will host the annual Area Humorous Speech contest on Saturday, Sept. 20 at I p.m. at the Briar- wood Mobile Home Park Club- house, 920 S. Cloverdale Blvd. For more ihformation about this event, call 894-3043. The event features free enter- tainment and free refreshments. "Come and find out about Toast- masters," Caudill stated, SUGGESTED RETAIL ALL TIMEX 1 DISNEY'S =SLIEIEPING BEAUTY" prere=ordod VHS Vko Available 9/16/97. tm Disney Colodng Book 0N. S-ms L,=t) KODAK GOLD COLOR VlVlTAR PS65S 35MM CAM Focus Free Auto Flash Auto DX 99 4 PACK "AA" OR "AAA" 2 PACK "C" OR "O" OR ONE "9 VOLT" sea