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DnnelhClU.b donates $1,000 ...... i; teac children "Pet Care" Kennel Club, and generous has donated $1,000 to County Animal Department for of educational children how to was presented Club President, Caffey, to the Animal lion Director Mike and Helen Rudee, of Supervisors' and Dick County Education official, during 8th Supervisors' will purchase a education kits, titled The kits include a and other teaching to be used by grade teachers in with the schools' courses. County, the kits used primarily in classes, since national research reportedly shows the information is most effective and useful at this level. The kits will be issued to the fourth grade teachers by Dick McJilton, licensing and information officer for the county Animal Regulation Department, who will explain the main purpose of the kit...teaching of pet-owner- responsibility to the child. The kits are geared to affect the attitude of the child towards animal and especially "pet" animals such as dogs aid cats. It will try to put the child's responsibility to the animal on the same level as a parent caring for a child, and will compare this relationship to that of the child and family towards their pets. The kits also tend to stress the fact that it is necessary to "license" and "leash" pets. The unique training program will. if successful, offer a big assistance to the Animal Regulation Depart- ment in discharging its animal control respon- sibilities, according to Mc- Farland. "'bek-long es uled than 5,000 students to attend a schedule of ac- to launch the 1980 at Sonorna opens at 9 a.m, Jan. 28, with a conference and ends 4, when the Student hosts a at Cal Skate in" Int orientation is for Tuesday, Jan. 29, [ [wide variety of ac- | and programs L t acquaint new and . students with the pety of academic and : I services offered at _ ]ration Day activities :ks: a.m., in the SSU [Union, when new - Packets will be [11. At 9:15 a.m., | will be briefed on ion, class schedules, Services, and other [ interest to incoming ;- From II to 12 noon, it"  of the campus ffel, to be followed i , lunch for all new =with SSU President mmandpeulos At m.: departmental ; Will be held where ;can meet the faculty Course Offerings :to5 ,,_,. P.m., there =:. m) interest exoun s, meludi ......  *" _. .'q5 veterans, n[Udents, in- ml Students, students mbilities, and EOP ior and graduate M_ will register on [ay, Jan. 30, in the ,f:l.n gymnasium uon for lower harsh junior students i._ ,uay, Jan 31, -e gYm A " " - ,. cademlc In an majors will he days in the in- uepartments. I morrm Film Institute esent the o ,,, .... if-beat wny Not?" the hit ffear's San tival, at lh'aneiseo both 7:30 )P.m., on Wednesda, an 108 Adm-" smn is ntral, $2 students, S, r senior citizens. i ,_,uuent Union ln- ,r,a Center will ,,ip Setdiko and Wednesday, January 16, 1980- Page 17 ..... ...... .--....-......-..-,-.-.-.-.-.-,....,..-.,.-,........*...,...-...,...,... ..... :.:.:,.. ,:..:.:.:.:.;,.. ...,.,,..-.-.-.,......,,....................-.......-...-,..-..-.-.-..,:.-.-.......:...,.*.-.-............ -.....-,-.-,..- -.-....... ... :::: :i:?. Sonoma State University will hold its first Great Housing Fair on Saturday, Jan. 26, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.. in Village 102 on the Rohnert Park campus. Tak Richards, SSU director of Re-Entry-Off-Camps Housing, said the fair is an innovative effort to help people seeking space to rent as well as those who have First Great Housing Fair to be held atSSU-on January 26th rentals, l;lange. Members of "While housing has always People with rooms, houses, housing office :,% , % !:i' the SSU, will be been scarce around the trailers, duplexes, and campus" Richards noted, apartments to rent are in- "the increased population of vited to call 707-664-2443 and Sonoma County has taken its list them with the Off- toll on housing available to Campus Housing Office at no students." charge. The Housing Fair is Last year some 2,400 area designed to help new students landlords used this listing as well as returning students service successfully, who dre making a housing Richards said. ,available on Jan. 26 to help. with housing problems and will have information and coffee for those seeking I rentals and those who have rentals. For more information about the Housing Fair, call' Tak Richards at 707-664-2443, ' USDA CHOICE MEATS ROUND STEAK FOSTER FARMS FRYERS Open 9 a.m.- 7 p.m. Daily 345 S. Cloverdale Blvd. PRICES EFFECTIVE 'NED. JAN. 16 THRU TUES. JAN. 22 Family Scott ROOM TISSUE CRISCO OIL 4 roll pack ,t 48oz. 79 '" 20, SIRLOIN TIP STEAK SIRLOIN TIP ROAST CUBE STEAK PORK LINK SAUSAGE PORK BUTT ROAST BEEF TRIPE ( Bone in) 49 lb. l-- ,b. 2 29 , 2 69 ab. 1 29 b. 1 29 ,o.79* SALTED PORK ,b. 129 Sa, 1 09 APPLE JUICE 09 oz. n BACON ,b. Chicken of the Sea CHUNK TUNA 9 V4oz. 1 39 Foremost ICE CREAM V2 gal. K)nnle Hue&qRD 89 TIDE n,, family size [= Bonnie Hubbard Mary Ellen Z CANNED STRAWBERRY U.i MILK JAM 8oz. r't. tall can 39 99 Sunshine teeee Krispy Crackers 59 Cascade ] lb. family size - Potatoes ,0,. 79 :S 6,b,/1 oo Oranges Lemons 9/100 Yellow Onions 3,,s./39 Pineapple Butternut Squash 5,,,/1 Cucumbers 4/100 Red Potatoes 6,,,./1 Limes 14/100 Bonnie Hubbard Folgers Coffee Cut Green t9 99 Beans & Whole3/89 ,,.3 ,.5 %,.7" WAFFLE Soz" 59 Kernel Corn 3o3 can  ROZEN FOO 2 Bonnie Hubbard 3/1 29 ORANGE 00 65ozsize JUICE 6OZ. can WHOLE KERNEL CORN 03 3/100 Hunt's Ketchup 32oz. 89 Birdseye Laura S cudder Dry Roast Peanuts 99 = 12oz. iar ;.,a _musical review, '-; lnursday, in the Rosarita "'" "e-m=ionla..s0 Bonnie Hubbard Refried Beans 39 Lloyd J. Harriss etballduble-header " Pirleappleiniuice 49 303can -- APPLEPIE6oS 1 o, _a : l,hr e. week's ac- sliced-crushed.chunk 20oz. . rmay, Feb. 1. can Cheer * " I '.men's basketball R.C. Cola 109 Detergent 279 at Humboldt State King Size Schilling ty= and starts at 5:45 Diet & Reg. ,6oz. bottles Black Pepner main gYmnasium. i,b e followed by the Ocean Spray Bonnie Hubbard 's basketball team [a??nsttheHumboldtl" at 8 p.m Cranberry Ju,ce 79 Elbow Macaroni 39 1 ' ,pay night the SSU qt. size ] ,. kg Dawn oz. I 11 Players will take [:)el Monte Sliced n the men's and Oennison Ls. ms,a:cSpmwomen'sfrm.=` Chieoo_o.me, Pickled Bee 49 Chili with Beans 179 Kleenex Tissue 59 ., me men s 40oz. can 200 count i' Admission to both Chun King " i s'-andr.50 general,Saturday'Sandme, l Chow Mein _ 89 TomatoHUnts Sauce 3/1 nts. An after 179 O0 ,, - M.J.B. Rice p Will be held in the Dinner ,2oz. can lions immediately 28OZ. pkg. 15oz. can i-g the Saturday Admission is $2.50