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October 1, 1980

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can Legion Ledford Post 293 OLLENA Post 293, complete another board. the most terans if not weekend all over Jack to r to assist in )lCS. to Saturday Relations Fifth Relatons on Sun- Charlie his wife, the W'nen my L'e house- houuaes after the husband says we Your real Serve you you you wig and dJsl/kes the agent * choices, to select will for you not meet criteria. feelings out that you "right" along. ! the Called for Sonoma office to to the the refused to he was medical said the supervisor and after lehean's not namer released said, reason for Ron to take For the force simply Chief "I, as about eOneil. is our , e that don't have other ,a citizen Mr. with of is will be line of only the no the all in- own II be United Veterans Council at former U.S. Army mess Sebastopol where they met Sergeant Darel Mark, with Commander Durham former Air Force cook Jack again. Durham and former U.S. Our next function will be a Navy sailor Maurice Watts. double bill on Sun- I understand that a new day, November 9, the Post member of the team may be will offer a breakfast a former Air Force (Air beginning at 7 p.m. in the Corps) berral Lewis. So Cloverdale Veteran's you may have a choice of Memorial Building. The eggs a la Air Force, Air breakfast to be prepared Corps, Navy or take 'em under the direction of like youget 'em U.S. Army Oberti style. Everyone is welcome to breakfast at $3 per adult an $1.50 for children. At 3 p.m. the Post will sponsor a program we think you will remember the rest of your life. You will be entertained by a young man who has a message for everyone male and female, young and old. Bruce Sievers will recite his poems, based on life in general and his life in particular. It will be an opportunity to see andhear a young man who is on his way to fame. He may well become the Poet Laurete of the United States in the very near future. Post 293 has invited Mr. Sievers primarily to be heard by the students of the area. All students, particularly high school students from anywhere will be admitted free of charge. Adults will be charged a nominal 12 admission in order that the Post might recoup some of is expenses. The program will be held at the Citrus Fair auditorium. Be sure and mark your calendars as this will be a date you will Wednesday, October 1, 1980- Page 11 want to remember, this matter and for all of the As reported in the past favors and acts of Reveille recently, the Post cooperation received from was instrumental in getting the public works depart- the City Fathers to finally ment throgh Gurries. erect a gate at the entrance For those who do not have a to thecemetery. Under the "Vial for Life" in their chairmanship of Maurice refrigerator, we hope that Watts, a committee of they will receive one Legionnaires attended the through their church. If not, council meeting asking for a let a Legionnaire know and chain to be placed across we shall see that he or she the entrance, but Public gets one. The Post is Works Superintendent, Tom distributing the vials Gurries, suggested a pipe through the local churches. gate which is even better. If your church has not been Post 293 would like to thank contacted yet, let us know, Gurries for his assistance in however, this is a new USDA CHOICE MEATS undertaking and we may not have had the time to get to your church. Let us .know you are interested anyway, and we will get the vials to you. Incidently, the vials are free of charge. Another service from your :friendly Legionnaires. Our next regular meeting will be on Wednesday, October 8, at 7:30 p.m. Our next Bingo game will be on Wednesday, October 22. If you think you are eligible (male or female) to join the Legion, why not try to joiv Post 293, you might like it. Norbest 79 TURKEY w,th o, up timer center Cut 345 S. Cloverdale Blvd. PORK CHOPS goodqua,,ty 187 N EW HOURS: 9 a.m. - 8 o.m. Daily Boneless 2 DATES EFFECTIVE Wed. Oct. l thru Tues. Oct. 7 TOP SIRLOIN STEAK U.S.D.A. 99 Choice Ib RUMP ROAST Boneless Ib 2 19 Bonnie Hubbard :HILl-w-BEANS Bonnie Hubbard FACIAL TISSUE 200 count CHILI 303 can 49 49 Ocean Spray CRANBERRY JUICE 48 oz ,lS9 Oberti Jumbo Pitted [PSI-COLA 12 oz 6 pack 1 49 Joy DISHWASHING LIQUID 22 oz BEEF CUBE STEAK tender & juicy Ib2 69 Country Style SPARE RIBS lean GROUND BEEF lean CHU(K STEAK U.S.D.A. Choice BEEF LIVER fresh sliced Breakfast LINK SAUSAGE fresh  lean ,b159 ,bl 29 ibl 79 ,b119 Jbl =19 Bag Potatoes ,0 , .u.. 1 49 Bananas o,dn ripe 3189 Pears Bartlett 4'710o Corn on cob 611 oo Lemons medium size 8/100 Pineapple ,.,,. ,u,=, 9900, OLIVES 303 can Bonnie Hubbard FLOUR 25 Ib 3 99 Bell Peppers fresh Chili Peppers Fresno fresh 49[, nice Italian Squash ,-, crisp Apples .e Golden Delicious 3/1 0 3'71oo Treesweet GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 46 oz. can , Bonnie Hubbard Cut Green Beans Whole Kernal Corn Stew Tomatoes Campbell Pork n'Beans can Kraft erican Singles 12 OZ Del Monte Pickled Sliced Beets 16 oz Jar Del Monte Chunky Chunky Mixed Fruit 303 can Del Monte Tomato Sause 303 Can Nabisco Wheatsworth Craakers 8. OZ Imperial 3/1 311 1 311 o 411 o Stapey Syrup 24 oz. Kilpatrick's Muffins 6-ck Hills Bros. Coffee All Grinds 2 Ib Kraft Macarone & Cheese 7,/, oz 99 Aiax Cleanser 21oz.. Mr. lean All Purpose Cleaner 14" 22 oz. Toasties 311 Corn Flakes 18 oz 89 i : Bonnie Hubbard ,i/Saltine Crackers 'Tom Scott Mixed Nuts 3 oz 1 59 Campbell Chunky Soup 9 oz 3-Bean or Minestrone Tasters Choice Freeze.Dried Coffee Regor Decaf. 8 oz 5.39 4oz 2 9e Fantasfik aoray Cleaner 22oz ,-dFROZEN FOODS-- Minute Maid ORANGE JUICE 79 12 oz Pepperidge Farm TURNOVERS 12 oz Bonnie Hubbard TINY PEAS 10 oz Ore:Ida ONION RINGS 3/1 o Soft Margarine Ib tub .ibby Potted Meat 3 oz i I i iiiii! !