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Wednesday, August 27 - Page 3 ! . Cloverdale Unified School District ? * announces new cafeteria policy The Cioverdale Unified School District today annou- nced its policy for free and reduced price meals and free milk for children unable to pay the full price of meals and milk served under the National school Lunch and Special Milk Programs. Due to pending federal legislation, there is a possibility of a revision to the eligibility scale for free milk and free and reduced price lunches which would result in fewer families meetly_ the eligibility criteria. If ap- proved, this change would in the vineyard as it stands today (barely) is a sagging little structure which ems to cry out become effective after Oc- istoointe. Photo by Janice. tober 1, 19e0. At that time, 00Chapel 1 first fulltime pastor of both --, St. Peter's and Our Lady of nnYa Mount Carmel Churches. E where 00l00sed rare as well as was of glass wts. The t tdby wood mostly of the con- many  iden to the , winery u' and Mrs. , Pcesident ager of Andrea tr of I.S.C. of the '. and mrs. ember of ittee and Mrs. and io; Mrs. and Mr rio. k,.. and lrt owner Onverting a church eted. Fr. fromthe erved as of Mount t u..churc h in its , h. tCarmel mission. . " was the The little church was dedicated in 1907 and until a few years ago, it had been used continuously. Repairs were performed on the original structure as needed with the most extensive repairs being made after World War II. However, all repairs were in keeping with essentially the same original structure design. The last repairs were made by Fr Reali, former pastor of St. Peter's and El Camelo, and at that time it was noted that the structure had un- dergone its last possible repairs due to the general weakening of the entire structure. In 1960, a magnificent new church was built alongside the original "Our Lady of Mount Carmel" church. Barrel staves from old wine barrels were used to make the curved roof and all in- terior and exterior wood- work. When the new church was built on land given to he Catholic Church by Italian Swiss Colony, the little church became dwarfed and neglected in the shadow of the giant structure. A trade had been made by the two prin- cipal property owners and the little chapel was deeded back to Italian Swiss Colony which owned it from 1960 to 1977. company's internationally distributed calendar. A sketch of the little church had also been used many years ago on the Italian Swiss Wine label. El Carmelo has been the subject of many paintings, professional photographs, and was even chosen by a National firm to be reproduced along with eleven other U.S. landmarks across the United States on the While interviewing for (:iata on this article, the Reveille met many folks who recall with warm memories at- tending mass and many weddings in the little chapel. One member of the com- munity said her parents were married in that chapel, and she would hope to repeat her vows in the vineyard surrounded by nostalgia. Surveying the condition of the building today, one tends to give up hope. However, there is hope! In 1977, a non-profit cor- poration was formed. It was legally set up to solicit and raise money to restore and preserve the little chapel. The preliminary work for the project has been done. It has been done by the original Board of Directors of the "El Carmelo Corporation," BoB Bogner, Fr. G. Thomas, Joe Vercelli, Frank Domenichelli and Jim Mazzoni. At the time I.S.C. deeded the property back, it was with the agreement that work would begin and brought to completion within' a certain length of time. That time for action is finally drawing to a close. There is good news and bad news. The bad news is time is of the essence to raise money to get the project in motion. The good news is that most of the materials needed have already been donated. The windows, pews, the original bell and white bellfry have all been carefully stored le School bus routes BUS,?.: Sonoma Burl 7: 30 Scales 7: 33 MGM Brakes 7: 34 Buck's Ln 7: 35 Church I. 7:35 Shop & Save (Washington only) 7:38 Tarrnan Corner (across from Dell) 7:41 Washington School 7: 43 Sonoma Burl (H.S. only) 7: 45 Shop&Save (H.S.only) 7:46 High School 7:50 For Jeffersea Only Sonoma Burl 7: 53 .Shop&Save 7:55 Hodge's 7:20 Theresa Dr. 7:25 Lisa Jacobs 7:27 Asti Bunk House 7:28 Asti Housing , 7:30 Asti Grocery 7:32 Chiante Rd. 7:35 Geyserville Rd. 7:40 Sonoma Burl on Frontage Rd. 7:50 Church Ln. 7:51 El Rancho Dr. 7:52 Washington School 7:58 High School 8:01 Jefferson School 8:04 SOUTH RUN (Second Run) away by the corporation and are in good condition, and the site has been made into a county landmark which means we may expect financial assistance from Sonoma County. Contractor bids are invited and contributions may be sent to the El Carmelo Corp., P.O. Box 364, Asti, CA 95413 It is not too late to save the little Chapel in the Vineyards ! students and parents will be notified. For the f'wst time, on campus, any and all Cloverdale High School students wil be able t pur- chase a "Type A" sack lunch, including milk, at a cost of 90 cents. The sack lunches will be prepared daily by the cafeteria and menus will be posted at the high school. High school students who qualify for free or reduced price hot lunch will also be RASCO'S "ORGANIZER" 347 TRI-FOLD BINDER Organize with 6 handy pockets, note pad and plastic pencil clip, asst. designs. Reg. 4.99 197 S-SUBJECT DIVIDED NOTEBOOK 200 sheets 8V2"x 11". 5-sections 40 sheets each. Spiral bound Reg. 2.79 TRAPPER KEEPER PORTFOLIO NOTEBOOK eligible to participate in the sack lunch program. Applications for free milk and free or reduced price meals, along with an eligibility scale, will he sent home wih students the first week of school. Additional copies will be available in the principal's office. tatldren from families whose income is at or below the levels shown on the scare are eligible for free milk and free meals or at the reduced price of 10 cents for lunch. In addition, families not meeting these criteria but with other unusual expenses due to unusually high medical expenses,shelter costs n excess of 30 percent of in- come, special education expenses due to the mental or physical condition of a child,and disaster or casulaty losses are urged to apply. The information provided on the application is con- fidential and will be used only for the purpose of deter- mining eligibility for meals or milk. To discourage the possibility of misrepresen- tatinn, the application forms contain a statement above the space for signature certifying that all information furnished in the application is true and correct. An ad- ditional statement is added to warn that the application is being made in connection with the receipt of federal funds, that school officials may, for cause, verify the information in the ap- plication, and that deliberate misrepresentation of in- formation may subject the applicant to prosecution under applicable state and criminal statutes Ap- plications may he submitted at any time during the year. In certain cases foster children are also eligible for these benefits. If a family has foster children living with them and wishes to am)Iv for such meals and milk for them, the family should contact the sehl Under the provisions of the volicy the school principal will review applications and determine elig!bility. If parents are dissatisfied with the ruling of the official, they ma, wishto discuss the decmion with the determining official on an information basis. If they wish to make a formal appeal, theymay make a request either orally or in writing to: James D. McAuley, District Superintendent, 509 N. Cloverdale Blvd., 804-2348, for a hearing to appeal the decision. The policy contains an outline o the hearing procedure. If  a family member becomes unemployed or if family size changes, the family should contact the school to file a new ap- plication. Such changes may make the children of the family eligible for reduced price meals or for additional benefits such as free meals andmilk ff the family income falla at or below the levels shown. In the operation of school nutrition programs, no child will he discriminated against because of race, sex. color, or national origin. Each school and the office of the Superintendent has a copy of the complete policy which may be reviewed by an innterested party. CREDIT CARD CALCULATOR Full memory functions 8 digit LCD display 1000 hour battery only 3.7 mm thin. Reg 16.88 val. 7 C :" ,  SLICKER BINDER Flexible poly binder. Three ring V" capacity. Assorted colors. Reg 1.59 *., , .% e7 POCKET PORTFOLIOS 5 colorful portfolio with 2 horizonal pockets. 12v="X 9V=" Re@ 1.29 pkg. 2 for 1 FLAIR PENS Choose Flair with Point-guard or Ultra-Fine Flair Reg .79 mdulea, e con- s eats at the bus Ill ItUN ' 7:07 7:15 7:20 7:23 7:25 ! 7:27 7:30 7:35 7:40 7:41 7:45 7:50 7:55 8:00 8: 8:05 8:07 8:10 Tarman Corner 7: 58 (Across from Dell) South Street 8:00 Jefferson School 8: 03 BUS I-NORI & RIVER ROAD (secoml run) Leave school 8:05 1st St. & Lake 8:08 So. River Rd. 8:22 Hudsons 8:24 30500River ltd. 8:29 Berti In. 8:30 Rockwell Rd. 8:32 Wilson Rd. 8:33 Pine Mtn. Rd. 8:35 Oster ltd. 8:37 Preston Store 8: 40 Railroad Overpass 8:41 Hwy 128 8:44 Jefferson School 8:50 BUS 3-SOUTH RUN Scales 7:07 Tindall'a 7:09 Wmlflem 7:10 Theresa Dr. 7:12 Pasqulnis 7:13 Thempoons(050) 7:14 Leave School 8:03 Cherry Creek Rd. 8:05 Theresa Dr. 8:12 Asti Housing 8:15 Rudolf Holler 8:18 Chianti Overpass 8:20 Church La. 8:28 Hillview 8:33 E. Cherry Creek 8:35 Tarman or Deli 8:38 So. St. 8:40 ' Lake St. 8:44 Broad & Main 8:48 Jefferson School 8: 53 BUS 5 -RIVER ROAD RUN Lingner' on Crocker R. 7:20 Six Acres 7:23 Den Besti 7:25 Endof River Rd (south) 7:30 Palomina Campground stop 7: 31 Palomino Lake Rd. 7:32 Rainwater 7: 35 No. River Rd. 7:40 Mc Keen's 7: 42 Rockwell Rd. 7: 43 Berte In. 7:45 Washington School 7:50 High School 7: 55 Jefferson School 8:05 Vlnal notebook contains 3 Trapper portfolios, plus pad, plastic pencil holder, clip and vertical pocket, asst. solids & designs. 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