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May 28, 1980

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&apos;s Services Van now in action With slogan of the Public 'S Van," in made, by telephoneing 527- 2157. The preventive health care program gives free health check-ups to children just starting school who meet income guidelines, and to all children and youth on MediCal. Well Baby check-ups are also available. Children, up to four and one -half years of age, receive complete health examinations for a minimal charge. Immunizations are also included as part of the preventive health care emphasis.  children-- on the Gary from Dianne vf the The tree Art po am staff check-up ix Sonoma s. Ap- ,,k-ups are mnta Rosa, bastopoi, htti, Heald- UOma. All mien can be tments CSW to hold Fifth Year Annual Dinner-Celebration Anyone who reads newspapers or listens to the radio in Sonoma County has probably heard about the projects and activities of the Commission on the Status of Women. If you have been discriminated against because you are female or sexually harrassed on the job, you may have callecl the Commission office for assistance in filing a com- plaint. Or you may have attended a lecture or slide presentation by Com- missioners sometime in the past few years. But just who is the Commission on the Status of Women? The Commission on the Status of Women was created 'by the Board of Supervisors in 1975 to serve the county by providing public education, research and investigation on issues of concern to women, and to work toward the elimination of discrimination and prejudice on the basis of sex in employment, housing, education, health and related fields. This year the Com- mission on the Status of Women is celebrating its 5th year of service to Sonoma County. This special an- niversary will be celebrated by a gala Fifth Year Annual Dinner-Celebration to be held on Friday June 13. 1980, at 6:30 p.m. at the Santa Rosa Velerans Memorial Building Dining Room. The dinner will be calered by Kathleen's Kitchen of Santa Rosa. cost is $.5 for adulls and $3 for children. Reservations should be made by June 1st. Cloverdale School Lunch Menu Salad z Pint Milk Fruit Bread Thursday, June 5 t., Pint Milk Spaghetti Vegetable or Salad ,/ / r :y<A I.aura Wilson sets a CHS girls' record at Kelseyville meet on May 17 by long jumping 14'10". Photo by Michael Pang. Joe DeMaggio League taking sign-ups By PHYLLIS CHAPPELL Sign-ups will be taken for Cloverdale Joe DiMaggio League. Boys ages 16 years through 18 years who reside in Cioverdale are eligible to participate. Only boys with experience should sign-up. A $20. fee will Wednesday,June4 Fruit be asked from each boy to Turkey Sandwich Bread pay for insurance. Any boy Potato Salad  Pint Milk who cannot afford this fee Fruit will not be required to pay. :June:t Mixed Sticks Friday" " , June6 Fifteen players will be F Brownie NO SCHOOL carried on the roster and :: " tryouts will be held if more arbecue for Ray Giordano , in- Iune 3, 1980. fun. hopes you will come for a day and soft Ti<kets can be purchased of fine food and fun. Il at the Along with a delicious at the pool before or on the . _ Mineral barbecue turkey dinner, day of the event, or by calling The Agua Caliente Mineral |ag Pool on which will be served from Barbara Thompson 996-3444 Springs Swimming Pool is Committee 4:30p.m.to6:30p.m.,your$5 or Jan Prior 584-7100, orfrom located at 17310 Vailetti llano, Judge adult-S2.50 child (12 and any of the Committee Drive, Sonoma. Directions: ,rt No. 1, under) ticket will admit you members. 12 to Agua Caliente, two this event to the Agua Caliente grounds blocks to Lake Street, follow _rliaer prior and pools for an enjoyable Nine Vailetti, owner of the Lake Street to the Agua ). on day of swimming, games and pool bids you welcome and Caliente Pool. 996-6822. gas rip-offs and Last year, with over 10,0U0 inexpensive to correct, many 12th at the King's Court motorists taking advantage times requiring only a minor Shopping Center. It will then e of the program, CSAA found adjustment, be making other Bay Area year, are that 35 percent of the cars had This year, after a appearances through May, one or more malfunctions preliminary run in Daly City, after which it will locate at ASsoeiation that caused poor fuel the CSAA summer campaign over 50 communities in the 45 .tlookout for riforffs" economy. The good news was of the Community Gas Savers counties of Northern that over two-thirds of these Program will begin in Los California and Nevada. _m for in problems were easy and Gates, California, on May a slight Fplus, a o. oi DON " ...i-ons in- kY over ]2 l"verage" CLAUSEN , a major ,such = SAYS: SthPt (a[ I believe that if my overall voting mobile record in the Congress had prevailed, we ding a /ughout would not be plagued now with run-away [lil'*lllrnia and inflation and the energy crisis. li7,,;- .9 free fuel ie  Yes, I'm dissatisfied with the job that Gas Congress has done. We need perforrnance, L I ted at not empty politicalpromises. in the ritory,  This nation must have a strong clans e two- national defense. vehicle. um oas ( This nation can be self-sufficient in N' L. > is l to energy. ttil e CSAA ( This nation can beat inflation. l, through , be able to  We are building a new ctition in  lenenlme Congress, a coalition which will work It =,ad fuel together, and work hard, for a better k iqUestions America2 ) Ve on these ,,,,,,.  CONGRESSMAN DON ( office,  -esest ap- , Ommunity ]a." Par- am me, f'nrst- em- Paio for by the ommiee to e-eeO Coolesan Don Clausen/PO Px 198/anta Rosa, CA 95403 than fifteen sign-up. All boys interested in playing on the Joe DiMaggion Team should call 894-2844 or 894-2947 as soon as possible. Mondy is needed to help with expenses. Anyone willing to donate time or money please contact the above number. Any amount will be greatly appreciated. The Vienna Trip has greatly reduced the number of CIoverdale merchants who are able or willing to help us out this year, which has made it much more difficult to cover team expenses. Wednesday, May 28, 1980 - Page9 Calendar of Events I Wed. May 28 American Legion & Auxiliary atthe Veteran's Memorial at 7:30 p.m. 't Bingo at the Veterans Memorial at 7:30 p.m. Cloverdale Unified School at the High School at 7:30 p.m. Senior Citizens at the Veterans Memorial at I p.m. Supervisor Esposti at the Veterans Memorial from 1"0 to noon Thrus. May 29 Sonoma County Parks & Recreation Meeting-Vets Memorial from 3-5 p.m. Cloverdale Lions Club at The Encore at 7:30 p.m. Cloverdale Rotary at Papa John's at 12:15 p.m. Alanon at St. Peters Church at 8 p.m. Sat. May 31 American Legion Barbeque (for Band) ai City Park at noon American Legion Services at Cloverdale Cemetery at II a.m. Sun. June I Relief Society LDS at the LDS Church at 9a.m. Men. June 2 Cloverdale Fire Dept. at the Fire Hall at 7p.m. Chamber of Commerce Board at the Tourist Center at 8 p.m. Square Dance at Jefferson School at 7 p.m. Orange Blossom Garden Club at Grange Hall at 7:30 p.m. Tues. June 3 Cloverdale Odd Fellows at the Grange Hall at 8 p.m. Ladies Circle of Druids at the Druid Hall at 8 p.m. Grange at the Grange Hall at 1:30 p.m. Drivers License at the Veterans Memorial at 9 a.m. Cenl ury Lions Club at Grange Hall at 7 a.m. V.F.W. & Auxiliary at the Veterans Memorial at 8 p.m. Art Commission at The Studio at 7 p.m. Ray's , Cornish Game Hens ' l 22oz. Size 1 MEATS RoastJngChlckens Ii & Delicatessen _ 4-6 lb. avg.  Boneless Fontina Cheese *)99 Barbecue Steak y ,e ee . --" ' Texas Broil . Polish Sausaae @ 29 m , ..... Daily 7:30 am - 6:30 pm Store Hours: Sunday 9 am - 5 pm Free Delivery Every Day at 4 pm Prices Effective - May 28 Thru June 1 Cloverdale FOOD CENTER 138 E. First Street 894-2325 Palmolive i!!:...<\