Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on January 18, 1978 · Page 19
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 19

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EXTRiUmGANZA! WINTER PRODUCE EXTRAVAGANZA! Wednesday, Jan^uary 18, 197d Ukiah Daily .Journal, Ukiah, Calif .—21 Many hew deductible CUCUMBERS Crisp Tasty fl^ Calif. • 1%^ 15 GRAPEFRUIT MUSHROOMS Fresh Calif. Lb. aSk FteSH, JUICY HAWAIIAN PINEAPPLE .1 ....... «98 LARGE CALIFORNIA LEMONS In-^^'T" From Arizona. Sweet and Juicy Ea. 0 POLE CORDATUM 6 Inch Pot .... ea. MEAT MAIMAGER'S SPECIALS FROZEN FOOD SPECIALS STEAKS iM .nL-* Full Cut Bone In Albertsons Supreme Beef Meat DepL Not Open 24 Hours M A Day! Momtay Thru Saturday • Wm 8 To 10.. Sundays 10 To 7. ' LD. . 0 Boneless Round Steak #Fniet Of Sole .2.29 ^ Tenderized Round Steak . 1.34« ^ Turbot Fillets .... a 99 ^Chicken Franks Mr. .89^ ^ Roasts .2.29 W Smoked Salmon Tips .1.38 # Halibut Steaks .,. .2.69 Jumbo Beef FRANKS Janel Lee I Pound Pkg. ea. 79 SLICED BACON Wilion Certified 12 Ounce 1.08 Oscar Mayer BOLOGNA IMealOrBeel8 0i.(I2 0i .l.09 ea. (MIL ICE MILK 79* Banquet 2 Lb. SizeSavelS* BUFFET SUPPERS .1.34 46* Bright'N Early 12 Oz. S|ve 3' ORANGE DRINK. . TV Brand 5 Oz. Size Save 8' FROZEN WAFFLES 4.«4 LIQUOR MANAGERS SPECIALS TIDE DETERGENT Giant Size Tide 49 Ounce 10c Off Label OLYMPIA ^^^^^^^ 12 Pack 12 Oz. Cans 3 29 SCOTCH Stafford's Fifth Size Regular 4.39 Save 40' 3.99 LIQUOR DEPT. HOURS: 6 AM TO 2 AM Calverts Extra Blended i Whiskey Quart Save $1 5.99 CRIBARI WINE California. Red, White or Rose. 1.5 Litre 2.49 EXPRESS CHECKOUT LANES ALWAYS OPEN TO SI^EED YOU dN YOUR WAY I iS^Albeitsons WE GLADLY ACCEPT USDA FOOD STAMPS! WB l ^allV CSI^ ALBERTSONS MONEY ORDERS SOLD HERE! , LSaKJ V«»^» in the PEAR TREE CENTER 550 E. PERKINS ST. PRICES EFFECTIVE: JANUARY 18th THROUGH JANUARY 23rd Call Anytime AVAItABlUn Each of these advertised . items is required to be readily available for sale at or below ttie advertisedvprice in each Albertson's store, except as specifically noted in this ad. RAIN CHECK We strive to have on hand '.sufficient stock of advertised merchandise! If for any lea- son we are out of stock, a RAIN CHECK will be issued enabling you to buy the item . »jit the advertised price as soon as it becomes available. Our people bring you back. costs in 77 WASHINGTON (UPI) Don 't forget your acupuncture treatment, your union dues or your bank and gas credit cards when you,;nake out your 1977 tndorhe tajc rettirii; They could he deductible. The Senate Ck)mmittee on Aging doesn!t want taxpayers to overlook ^'deductions and credits for which they are eligible and has put out an updated pamphlet as a checklist to help people remember what they are entitled to. For instance, if you wear false teeth, drive your car on charitable errands, have a bank credit card or have consulted an investment counselor, you might be entitled to a deduction." Even if you overlooked some deductions in recent years you can, within Hmits, claim refunds. Sortie examples of eligible deductions: Medical and dental expenses unreimbursed iby insurance or otherwise to the extent they exceed 3 percent of a taxpayers' adjusted gross income line 31, Form 1040. A list of allowable medical expenses includes such diverse items as acupuncture services, false teeth, speech therapyand hearing aids and batteries. Taxes including real estate, state and local' gasoline, general sales, state and local income and personal property. —"ContriEhutions, including travel exper^es forrcharitable purposes actual or 7 cent p6r mile, parking and tolls, but you may not deduct insurance or depreciation for this purpose. — Miscellaneous items, including union dues, rental cost of safe-deposit box for income-producing property, . fees paid to investment counselor, utiiforms jrequiried foT errtp\oyment' and not generally wearable off the job, malintenance of uniforms required for employment, cost of ^ periodic physical examination if required by employer. — Various forms of interest. The pamphlet is called "Protecting Older Americans Against Overpayment of Income Taxes." A limited, supply is available for individual requests from the corhmittee. Room G-233. Dirksen Senate Office Building, Washington D.C. 20510. Copies may be bought in bulk or singly from the Government Printing Office, Washington D.C. 20402, with a minimum charge of $1 for '^ch mail order. Modern dance lecture in Lakeportset The Mendocino pollege Dance Company will present a free lecture demonstration on the art of modern dance on Wednesday, Jan. 25 at 8 p.m. atthe Pickle Palace, Lakeport , Center of Mendocino College. The group, under the direction of Mary Knight, will demonstrate various techniques used in relaxitig, centering, warming up, and generally preparing the body for daijce. The company will also demonstrate movement combinations, dance and music improvisations, and present several dance compositions Vvhich are currently in progrciss. Ms. Knight will explain the historical development of modern dance. The Mendocino College Dance Company includes members; Paulette Arnold, Valerie Corday, Carolyn Crane, Mary Exworthy, Mercedes Galvez, Ruthanne Glorso, Cheri Hblden, Annie Head, Sandra Metzler-Smith, / Oseda, Wendy Perea, Bill sielf, Nori Shields, Annie Wildwood, . Helen Winters, arid Dawn Williams. . The company is in the formative stages and will begin actively rehearsing for a spring concert next semester. The group is available to perform for groups by contacting Cheri Holden. at the Volunteer bureau, 462-1954/ ••I

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