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I 10 cent a tax increase he a m the against : a ecm-ity. the CBS "Pact the also called etions in U.S. "eased to a Cranston in the plus in- to give write- said, to in this tax in we don't to work inflation our PPesed to rates, in- already a severe housing Supports UPorts but plan tax on for I. only IS not way to do it," Cranston said. Cranston said he also op- poses lowering the basis for future cost-of-living in- creases for social security recipients. "There will be the rise in social security that is based on the cost-of-living index that social security recipients anticipate, count on, and will get," he said. "Itwill con- tinue on the present basis." Cranston said Congress will balance the budget for fiscal 1981 without "raising the tax rates". He said Congress will vote cuts in the budget President Carter proposed in January "higher than $16 billion, maybe $20 billion". "I think we have a good prospect of having a surplus. "We have great problems, the people are concerned. But I have great faith in the American people and in our traditions and in our in- stitutions to overcome our difficulties. "We are the most powerful nation on earth. We're the most stable, long-lived democracy on the face of the earth. We have freedom, we have technology, and in- novativcness that comes from all of that. We have creative people who recognize their problems, but are stable in terms of their willingness to seek sensible solutions to them. "While we have our troubles now, I think we're going to be doing pretty well in the course of the future. And compared to most other people on the face of this earth, we're doing very well right now." Members of the Cloverdale Historical Society look over copies of books already published by Institutional Services, Inc. of San Fransisco who will publish the Community history book under the sponsorship of the Cloverdale Historical Society. Shown left to right are: Delbert Miller, Ruth Oeding, Louise Morris, Josephine Morse, Anne Matteoi, Roy Woodall and Jack Howell. Institutional Service does extensive publishing of school and university annuals, historical chronicles, and recently published a book for Hughes Air West. The Historical Society asks residents of the community to con- sider contributing their family history insuring the success of this venture for posterity, it will be a book that will be part of the family for generations to come. Cancer Crusade Underway the Annual Cancer Society Crusade is now well un- derway in Cloverdale. A number of volunteers are beginning to make their house to house calls and it is hoped that they will be received as neighbors and friends. When you consider that cancer will eventually strike two of every three families, you have to consider how it might affect you and those around you. Your kicks off Heart Disease Prevention Week by having his blood Charlotte McManus. Dale Woicott, pastm" of the Seventh Day Ad- the program with volunteer physicians, nurses and others from Photo by Janice. American Cancer Society wants you to be sure to have regular health checkups-one of your best personal cancer protections. And help yourself and others by sup- porting cancer research. They ask that you please give generously when you hear from your American Cancer Society volunteer, or if you receive a request through the mail, be sure to send in your contribution. Cloverdale Cancer Crusade chairman, Stella Planck, would also like to remind people of the Colo-rectal Clinic sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary on April 24. There will also be a Health Fair on April 20. The Clinic on the 24th will be at the Veteran's Memorial building and anyone over forty years of age is urged to Wednesday, April 16, 1980 - Page 3 Heart Conditioning seminar to be offered Coronary Risk Evaluation, a community screening program for the discovery and reduction of heart attack risk factors will be offered in Cloverdale, Sunday, April 27, at the Veterans Memorial Building. Testing will measure the risks for a heart attack from all modifiable causes such as smoking, overweight, inactivity, high blood pressure, blood fats and stress. Also included are lectures on diet, exercise and relaxation and their relationship to heart disease, "It is estimated that one out of four americans have an elevated cholesterol of 240 mg percent or greater when the ideal is probably L80 mg percent or less. In the majority of these cases, dietary changes can lower these values and reduce risk of early heart disease of people in their 30's and 50's. Detection of high risk persons and preventive guidance are ''Coronary Risk Evaluation's purpose, says; Pastor Dale Wolcott, program director. According to the American Heart Association over one million people will have heart attacks in the U.S. this year. About 700,000 of these will die and one-fourth of these deaths will be people under 65 years of age in their productive years. "Many of these deaths arc preven- table," says Wolcott. Early detection of borderline diabetes and risk of gout are also benefits of this screening. All testing will be done on Sunday, April 27. Par- ticipants will receive their test results at an evaluation meeting on the following Sunday, May 4. Normal and abnormal test results will be explained and the par- ticipant's questions an- swered. The program is conducted by volunteer physicians, nurses and other paramedical help from the Seventh-Day Adventist Church which is sponsoring this nonprofit program. Cost of laboratory materials used in the testing program will be defrayed by a $25 donation. Telephone appointments are required and secured by calling 894-3204. take advantage of this op- portunity to have this type of CETA service checkup. The Health Fair, on April 20 will be in Santa Rosa's Veterans Building, staff will be in from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. A minimal charge of $7. will be Cloverdal made to cover various tests, I such as glaucoma, blood tests, and blood pressure. All Beginning in April, Sonoma determination. age groups are urged to take County CETA Services staff Sonoma County advantage of this op- portunity. California Democratic Party to host gathering The CaLifornia Democratic Party will host an informal gathering to discuss delegate selection to the Party's national convention from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, April 19th at 917 College Ave,, Santa Rosa. Anyone in- terested in becoming a delegate or learning more about the selection process is encouraged to attend. Monique Stevenson, State Party Representative from the 2nd Congressional District, will chair the discussion. The Party's convention is ,scheduled to meet in New York City on August 11, 1980. The California Delegation will consist of 208 publicly elected Delegates, 70 At- Large Delegates, and 28 delegation of 306. Selection of California's total delegation 129 alternates will bring size to 435. Ridefinders report I'm happy to say that in most cases we're able to help- we're able to hook people up with a ride." Berkowitz explained that Ridefinders strives to help any Sonoma County resident with a transportation problem; there is no charge for the information and referral service and toll free phone numbers have been established. will be conducting intake in Cloverdale the first Monday of each month at the Veteran's Memorial Building.. Intake is by appointment only. please' call 523-3300 to arrange a time. Interested applicants should bring proof of income, residence, age, and veteran status (if applicable) to the appointment, for eligibility CETA offers federally funded programs in which a par- ticipant may receive wages or allowances while learning job skills and-or gaining hands-on work experience in many occupations "including non-traditional fields. Also offered are vocational testing and counseling, remedial education, English as a Second Language, and job placement assistance Ridefinders, Sonoma County's toll free tran- sportation information and referral service, 528-3433, recently completed .;is most successful quarter in two years. According to Sy Berkowitz who coordinates the program for the Voluntary Action Center of Sonoma County, Ridefinders received over 375 calls in January, February and March of this year. The calls represent individuals seeking transportation assistance. "More and more people," Party and elected official said Berkowitz, "are turning Disease Prevention for a total voting to Ridefinders for help. And April 20-26 Card of Thanks To all our kind and thoughtful friends who brought comfort to us during the recent loss of our husband and father, Joseph Buergler, by sending flowers, cards, food and con- tributions. Thank-you and God Bless You! 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