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Page 8, Cloverdale Reveille, January 8, 1997 The accompanying article is courtesy of the Cloverdale High ,:"/ \\;. -" '" /"  (q   V "/C SchovlFHA-HERO.(FutureHomemakersofAmerica-HomeEco- (>V...__  (, . $   G nomics Related Occupations) chapter. , '1 h The. studentsin thish!ghschoolprogramarecommittedtoa \\;Y " " i'-I e :i @ yearlo,rojectentitled'FamiliesActingforCommunityTraffic FR_EE Safety." Tbs.(s one of a series of news articles dealing with drinking and driving. NAPS--For a free, inform J/ d Niie Oth "Tip;  Fra la; To  ]b Eat ['heir Vegeta }le What .,,tn ,.,,tin when confronted tWeand brochureother Generalabut waterEcologypUrifiepr  -  acts, write: General Ecolo', I -- (NAPS,--After you've tried }:. ___ to doheetdh:mtha:t?.igshtft. Kids wit. a drunk driver on the road Sheree Blvd.. Exton, P!, And Nine Other Tips From Kids On How To Get Them To Eat Their Vegetables everything from mimicking an airplane flying off course with a fork full of peas to bribing your child with an extra helping of dessert, try these tips--provided by boys and girls themselves in a national study by Del Mont& FreshCut '" vegetables-on how to get kids to eat their canned, fresh or frozen vegetables. They may not be the most logical ideas, but if they work for these kids, they may do the trick for yours! 9. Disguise veggies in foods kids do like. Favorite hiding places include mashed potatoes and macaroni and cheese. Kids suggest cutting up the unwanted vegetables into small pieces and mixing them in with other food. &Suck them into your mouth real quick! The object of this is to get the vegetable past your tongue so fast that you don't realize you've eaten it This tech- nique works best with thinly cut green beans. 7. Vegetable of the week. Allow each child in the household one night a week to pick his/her favorite veg- etable. Encourage your kids to pick a different vegetable each week so that they try a variety. 6. Creative design. Kids like to be creative. Let them make something out of their food. Start with a mound of mashed potatoes, pour gravy on it and then drop peas in the middle. Look out lava! It's a volcano. 5. Give 'era a buck a bean. Bribery. It works every time. Kids say if their parents gave them a dollar for every vegetable they ate, they'd eat them all. Well, wouldn't you? You might prefer offering them another reward. For instance, the first child to finish all their vegetables doesn't have HOME LOANS For buying or refinancing your home. Competitive Rates! Great Service! 435 N. CIoverdale Boulevard 894-4323 Bill Andrew f Hlndquortel's "-EED & TACK OPENING THUIIIDAV, JANUARY II 82__!Nortll Cloverdal... B_._ooule__.vard-- 8.._-951......4 With a little cooperation from the public we should be able to stock our store with the Items you requt, Stop by any time or call with your req" We also have a consignment tack room. - Limited space available. Call now to set up your tack. ,;,f Make A Date With Weight Watchers /l t'tl 1 N,fl/riT- I"ltl  /  _ CLOVERDALE COMMUNITY DATE: Thursday, January 9th TIME: 6:30 PM-7:30 PM LOCATION: JefferSon School e New series starting on: Thmsday, Jan. 9 ee For more information or to sign up contact TERI EDENS at 894-5402 SILVEIRA BODY SHOP AWARD WINNING WORKMANSHIP SPIAY BAKE BOOTH HIGHER GLOSS PAINT JOBS ALL MAKES AND MODELS--FREE ESTIMATES & FREE LOANER CARS AVAILABLE. 985 Healdsburg Ave. 433-2424 JIM'S AUTOMOTIVE SPECIALISTS COMPLETE IINTENANCE AND REPAIR On all Foreign & Domestic CARS & TRUCKS (707)857-3790 21310 Redwood Hwy.-Geysarville claim they like soft. mushy veg- etables better than hard. It's easi- er for them to chew. If that's all it takes, why not? 3. Close your eyes, hold your nose and swallow. The thought behind this tip is that if you can't see or smell the veg- etable, then you can't taste it either. Try this tip with kids' least favorite vegetables. 2. Do the "Maearena Mash." This is a new trend in the Midwest. First you move some vegetables to the left, then move some to the right, move some up to your mouth and start all over again. Before you know it, their plates are empty. 1. Democracy first. The gen- eral consensus is: if you really want kids to eat vegetables, ask them what they like. You can't argue with logic. These tips are based on com- ments from dozens of kids ages six to 12 who took part in focus groups conducted by Del Monte FreshCut canned vegetables in markets across the United States. Coping th Cataracts (NAPS)--Cataracts are an all- too-common eye condition. Although they can develop at any age, they are particularly common after age 60. In fact, 80 percent of people over age 60 experience this sometimes blinding condition ....  don,t have to. suffer tle.. diminished vision caused by cataracts. Your eyecare profes- sional can help. "A cataract is a clouding of the normally clear lens of the eye that causes vision impairment. It is not contagious, nor is it an infection. With the treatments available no one need become blind from it," says Richard Witlin, M.D., mem- ber of the Better Vision Institute (BVI) Advisory Council. Symptoms can include cloudy, blurred or dim vision; sensitivity to sunlight; decreased night vision; color distortion; and double vision. Fortunately, doctors can help. When an eyecare professional dis- covers cataracts, eye drops or a change in eyewear may provide temporary relief, but most cataracts worsen over time. Once the condition interferes with nor- mal activities, doctors usually rec- ommend surgery. Most of the more than one million cataract surgery patients return home the same day. To learn more, write the BVI, P.O. Box 77097, Washington, DC 20013; call 1-800-424-8422; or visit the website www.visionsite.org. GROWERS Supply & Irrigation Irrigation Systems .Farm Supplies Hardware & Equipment -Housewares 20750 Geyserville Ave. 857-3484 0000llleill'| New and Reconditioned Appliances Spring Air Mattresses We Service What We Sell! Competitive Prices 25 North St. I Healdsburg FREE DEUVERY I 4334838 TERMS By Shannon Breci, FHA-HERO 19341; phone 1-800-441-8166, M-! 8-5 EST; fax: 1-610-363-0412. Suspected drunk drivers fre- quently follow other vehicles too closely. They often drive with no headlights and zigzag across the road or drive into the other lane. Another typical behavior is that they drive slower than 10 mph below the speed limit. Sometimes their turn signals are inconsis- tent with their driving actions. They've even been known to stop in a traffic lane. If you are driv- ing at night and you see some of these instances occurring, you should know that you might be Shannon Breci near a drunk driver If you see a suspected drunk driver do not try to stop or follow the vehicle if they are speeding If you are following the vehicle, don't forget to observe traffic signals, even if the other driver doesn't. Don't follow to closely. The driver may stop suddenly. Do call the nearest law enforcement agency. Tell them you want to report a drunk driver. Give the exact location (street or road and direction in which the vehicle is traveling.) Give an accurate description of the car (color, make, model and license plate num- ber). Describe how the vehicle is being driven. lnu'oducing Co-pay PPO plans. @ Blue Cross of California. Who else?' ] | U NEED HELP? GRAB THE LINE We have over 40 years of answers about neurornuscular disease. Getting help couldn't be easier. Ourlifeline istoll-free. THE VOICE OF HOPE 1-800-572-1717 hours: or e-mail: gecology@ix.n d corn.corn For information on great age cases for collectors, call Plano Molding Company at 552-3111. For information on Fu Advanced Photo System and serwices, call 1.800,800-1 or access Fujifilm's new Web si Smart City on the World Wi Web: ht tp://www, fujifilm.com. If you are looking for an able and flexible way to this winter, "Go Greyhound". fare and reservation for Greyhound bus travel call 800-231-2222. A coupon for a free coupon to the nearest Prime Retail center and a brochure listing center locations, store names hours, is available from SHOP. Coupons valid March 31, 1997, while supplies For a free book about t D.E.L.TA. Rescue animal write to: D.E.L.T.A. Rescue, P.( Box 9, Dept NS, Glendale, 91209. For information about and recipes found on a new ROM. call Multicom Publishi at 1-800-850-7272 or visit t Web site at www.multicom.com. For information about StarSight on-screen TV guide, call 1-800-643-STAR. NOTICE OF APPtJCATION FOR CHANGE IN OWNER- SHIP OF ALCOHOUC BEVERAGE LICENSE Date of Filing Application DEC 26,1996 To Whom It May Concern: the Name(s) of the Applicant(s)is/ are: ALVES GAlL A; ALVES RICKY A.The applicants listed above are applying to the De- partment of Alcoholic Bever- age Control to sell alcoholic beverages at:236 S. CLOVER- DALE BLVD., CLOVERDALE CA 95425. For the following type of Li- ose: ERAL EATING PLACF SANTA ROSA District Office, 50 D St Room 400, Santa Rosa, CA 95404 (707)576- 2165 #1 Jan. 1, 8, 15, '97 Rudha Didn't Start at SRJC. Rudha Ben-Yuhmin went directly to a four year university after high school. Within a year, he had returned to Santa Rosa and SRJC. "This school is leaps and bounds ahead of the four year school," he said. 'q'he teachers are excellent and the facilities are great! And it costs me less than half of what I was paying at the four year school." Rudha is an inventor and a problem-solver, and a young man who is very talented working with his hands (just look at the engine he built from scratch). His current career goal? Rudha wants to become a mechanical engineer. We think he is well on his way. Register NOWI Spring Classes Begin January 15 Santa Rosa campus 527-4685 Petaluma Center 778-2415 Toll-free 1 (800) 564-7752