Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on January 11, 1978 · Page 13
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 13

Ukiah, California
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Wednesday, January 11, 1978
Page 13
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Wednesday, January n, 1978 Uklah Daily Journal, Ukiah, Calif.—15 ODbS CHART Odds stated are good (or thirty days a<ler promotion begins Odds will be revised weei<iy Iherealler to , indicate prizes'still available and will be posted pailicipating stores Odds Effective As Of January 1 i 1978 i • • • ' • • • I Fill 4 Corners Of Any Card And Win Double! Win I $2,000! Win $200! Win $50! Win $10! 52 Ways ^THflfin^nai^^iiTC^^ Number Odds Odds Odds of 1 13 26 Prize Winners Visit ' Visits Visits $2000 15 262.600 to 1 20.200 to 1 10,100 to J 1000 28 140,679 to 1 10,821 to 1 5.411 to 1 200 104 37,875 to 1 2.913 Id 1.45710 1 100 159 24,771 to 1 1.906 to t , 953 to 1 SO 279' 14,.118 tol 1.086 to 1' 543 to 1 25 • 561 7.021 to 1 540 to 1 270 tol • 10 760 5,183 tol 399 to) 19910 1 5 1.410 2.791 10 K 215 to 1 10710 1 2 25.412 155 to 1 12 to 1 610 1 Total Number of Prizes 28.758 131 10 1 11 tol 5 to 1 '2.000 Winner; Gwen Addie nOO Winner! Lewis Simms M.OOO Winner! Bill Castanedo MOO Winner! Percy Caraway MOO Winner! Dudley Greene '25 Winner! Rodolfo Torrecampo MOO Winner! Betty Ellis '50 Winner! Donald White MOO Winner! G«raldine Gordon MOO Winner! Jesse A. Vogt TRUCKLOAD PORK SALE! Center Loin Rib PORK CHOPS Delicious #1.48 Fresh Pork STEAKS Country Style SPARERIBS lb. 1.18 Fresh Regular SPARERIBS 3 To 5 Pounds # .1.18 Fresh Pork PICNICS Picnic Style Pork Roast .88^ Shank Portion LEG OF PORK Fresh (Butt Portion lb. 1.29) » 1.19 Bonus Buy! End Cut Or Whole Boneless Roasts Pork Butt Roasts * J. 38 Smoked Sausage TTM'..; ib .1.59 Turkey Wieners SSze « 63* Turkey Bologna If Jte... .. „ 88* Beef Fritters u^x. Beef Fritters f^^z.. 32 0uiKeSiie ea. 2.39 eJ .29 Beef Fingers rort .... .1.29 Pork Fritters KeL „1,18 # Cheese Fritters «2.35 Beef Tacos r .!n"L. eal .l9 GROCERY MANAGER'S SPECIALS VARIETY DEPT. SPECIALS BANQUET MEAT PIES Froien Meal Pies 8 Ounce Siie Reg. 33( Save 32c MARGARINE pi C Imperial I Pound Siie Res- 69c Save 10c 59 ICECREAM Janet, Lee Hall Gallon' Siie Reg. 1.09 Save lOc ^ BREAD Janet Lee Giant 24 Oi. Sandwich Bread Save tOc American Sliced 16 Ounce Size CHEESE . ftlberlions'lnd. Wrapped 16 Oi. © L69 Corned Beef Hash J^TW IV ^Sliced Dried Beef Sliced Dried Beef & 1.45 Hills Bros. Coffee...... 6.33 ^ Janet Lee Chili j?.°u. 1.27 ^ Hash Brown Potatoes ?=o. 59^ Janet Lee Cut Corn 59^ © Alka Seltzer Plusisc!' 1.44 © Shampoo rr™ 1.79 ©Cold Tablets iss 84^ RIGHT GUARD ANTI .PtnSPinANT Foi «• n*t ^ANrtriMi ^a <#nlc RIGHT GUARD Anti-Perspirant Deodorant 4 Ounce From Gillette 1.69 LIQUOR MANAGER'S BUYS CANADIAN WHISKEY Stafford's Fifth Size Regular 4.29 Save 30c Liquor items Not Available In All Stores. s Vodka 6.99 u Alberto Wine ^2.19 ©Old Tap Lager Beer -.1.19 EXPRESS CHECK OUT LANES ALWAYS OPEN TO SfiEED YOU ON YOUR WAYi i®^ Albeitsons In the PEAR TREE CENTER WE GLADLY ACCEPT USDA FOOD STAMPS! ALBERTSONS MONEY ORDERS SOLD HERE! - Wfe really care- PRICES EFFECTIVE: JANUARY llth-JANUARY 16th AVAILABItiTY Each oj these advertised items is required to be readily available for sale at or below the advertised price in each Albertsbn'sstore, except as specifically noted in this ad. RAIN CHECK We s|rive to have on hand sufficienKstock of advertised merchandise. If for any reason we aire out of stock, a RAIN CHECK will be issued' enabling you to buy the item at the advertised price as soon as it becomes available. Our people you back GALEN FOSTER PG&E north bay head retires J. Galen Foster, Pacific Gas and Electric Company's North Bay division manager, has retired, ending a 41-year- career in the utility business,, Ellis B. langley Jr., PG&E vice president-division^ operations, announced today. "Galen's leadership qualities and genuine caring for his co-workers are a rare combination," said Langley. "He will be sorely missed." North Bay division serves 860,000 people in Marin, Napa, Sonoma, Mendocino and .Lake Ck >unties and in the Vallejo- Benicia portion of Solano County. A native of Watsonville Foster attended San Jose . State University and graudated from Stanford with a B.A. in economics. He joined Coast Counties Gas. and Electric Company in 1936 as a meter reader and bill coUectot- in Watsonville. In 1939, Foster transferred to Santa Cruz, where he held various clerical positions until 1943, when he joined the Navy and served as a gunnery officer in the Pacific. , In 194Q, Foster returned to civilian life, rejoining Coast Counties Gas and Electric in Santa Cruz and Gilroy. He received what he calls his "first significant promotion" when the company appointed hith manager of the Antioch- Pittsburg district in Contra Costa County in 1947. Two years, later, he was named district manager in Santa Cruz. ' When Coast Counties Gas and Electric Company .merged with PG&E in 1954, oster transferred to the utility's San Francisco headquarters and serve<i in the customer and comniiinity services department. In 1959, he advhced to sales manager in PG&E's Coast Valleys Division office in Salinas. Foster returned to San Francsco in 1963 as manager , of PG&E's residential sales department and held that position until 1967, when he was appointed North Bay Division manager. During his career, Foster worked on many civic activities,. A member of the United Way board of trustees since 1971, he served as Marin County United Way campaign chairman during 1972-73, and has been a member of the United Way campaign advisory board since 1974. Foster also is past president. of the Redwoo'd Empire Association and the Coueges of Marin Foundation, and is a' member of the Dominican College Citizens Advisory Committee. He has served as a director of the Marin Cpunty Chtoiber of Commerce arid Visitors Bureau and has been a member of the Ross General Hospital board of trustees. He Is currently president of the Rotary Club of San Rafael. An avid history buff, Foster plans to lake community college courses in history and literature, travel throughout . the United States arid Europe with his wife, Elva, and continue his activities with several volunteer organizations. Foster plans "at least two or three days" on the golf course each w,ee){. And on autumn Saturday afternoons, he'll be found cheering for the Stanford University football team. NOW YOU KNOW By United Press Internatioiia|k. Hie oldest known' ref^nce to a water bed is an ad in the . London Times in November ' ^854 fbr "Dr. Hooper's Water Mattress."

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