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H SERVICES Wednesday, September 3, 1980 - Page 7 By BARBARA CLARY Back to School? The California school dropoul rate is above the national average. Single- parent students have more school troubles. On a national level, kids are becoming less and less lilerale. Teenage preg- nancies continue to increase, Ahlees are disqualified due to drug violations. That's right, school is back in session. What will things be like 1his year? This may be a good tree to let parents and students alike know that counseling is available to you free of charge through Youth Services if you find yourself in doubZ about school, family, boyfriends, drugs, sex, what to do. Don't wait for a crisis. You can seek assistance when things begin to look a little cloudy. Sometimes you have some heavy things weighing down on you while trying to do your school thing. Per- serial problems with friends, family, sexual relationships, things That happened when you were a kid coming back Jo haunl you, flack from parents, teachers, cops, "'friends" can all affect your school performance. Do you know what your rights and responsibilities are regarding school? What is truancy? Whal happens if you just can't cut it? How do you gel into a good school? Is college of any value to you? If school or going to school is a problem for you, come in and talk it over. It may not help, but it won't hurt. Sure thisis a sales pitch, but it costs you nothing. Youth Services are free. Beginning September 15, 1980, the Youth Services office will be staffed four days a week, Tuesday through Friday, from 9 a.m. Io 4 p.m. The Youth Coun- selor will be making regular visits to the schools, too. And remember, we are no longer located in the Police Department. The Youth Services office is in the City Hall building at 124 N.Cloverdale Blvd. Just walk right in! Our number is 894- 2523. Asia, you now have the Youth Hotline available every night from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. if you just need to talk to someone. The number is 894- 2727. It is all a "support system" for youth and families whether you are little troubled or in real deep water. Suicide? Depressed? Pregnant? Space Cadet? In with a tough crowd? Cat died? The system exists to listen and help. for will begin 6 p.m. at Many old a desire at a slower is a result . At 7 p.m. a for adults, Singles, will ular once class, and to know square la class, the you a sheet the "Ten of Square 1. You only for will find in not be a snob Yourself too ith any and mixers, or lest you dance with unworthy of the gods of gods, mischiet will be the 3. but age. Do not your high- or endeavors to may hesitate or them or to them. 4. abroad and so that to one and that fact. 5. You of the around you the stranger sit on the Cool his heels to him. remaining will be Cloverdale news item. 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Daily DATES EFFECTIVE WED., SEPT. 3 THRU TUES., SEPT. 9 USDA CHOICE MEATS TURKEYFosterFarm RIB STEAK u so.A Choice RUMP ROAST 189 lb. 309 Soft N' Pretty BA THROOM TISSUE EYE of ROUND ROAST ,b269 Del Monte PINEAPPLE LONDON BROIL b. 2 69 JUICE 4 roll 46 oz. 89  89  c-uc ,eAsT 2 " STEAK lb. 1 69 TomatO Campbell's TOMATO SOUP 10V4 oz. 4/89  Tide or Oxydol DETERGENT King.Size 2 69 GROUND BEEF Lean, Fresh ST LINK SAUSAGE BA CON END Potato lO ,b. bag lb. 1 29 lb. 1 39 ,39 = White Rose only 1 1/9 Watermelon " ,iAiT Niiracle lhlP Kraft MIRA CLE WHIP ( . Dawn " ' DISHWASHING DETERGENT 22 oz. 1 " 99 Pears Bartlet 4'/1 oo Apples Pippen Grapes Seedless 8900:  Cabbage 1 9  ). Bonnie Hubbard SALAD OIL 48 OZ. Clorox BLEACH 1 Gal. 1  89  A Carrots Loose 5'/1 oo Acorn Squash Pineapples Lemons 811 Bonnie Hubbard Sweet Peas Whole Kernel Corn Cut Green Bean ';" Sliced Beet 303 can Snow Clam Chowder 15 oz. Del Monte Pineapple - Chunk- Crushed 8 oz. Chicken of the Sea Chunk Tuna 9V2 OZ. 3/1 0 139 Libby Potted Meat 3 OZ. 4/1 oo! Snow's Chopped or Minced Clam 6V4 oz. / / Foster Farm Chicken Franks 1 lb. Kraft Mac & Cheese 7V4 oz. 8 3/1 Ellen STRA WBERRY JAM 3 lb. Jar Viva Paper Napkin 140 ctn. Kraft Cream Cheese 8 OZ. Bonnie Hubbard Noodles Wide - Med. 12 oz. Reg. or Quick Quaker Oats, 18 oz. Donald Duck Jello 2 =, Orange Juice V2 gal. Bonnie Hubbard 69 Bacon 1 lb. Clover 79 Cottage Cheese Generic Whole Unpeeled: Apricot 49 2'/2 can Gelatin 55 6 oz. Betty Crocker Potato Buds 5 OZ. Pillsbury Buttermilk Biscuit 511 oo 7 oz. 189 Jiff Peanut Butter 28 oz. Creamy - Crunchy Bonnie Hubbard LEMONADE 12 oz. Morton LITTLE FRUIT PIE Apple or Peach Peppertdge Farm TURNOVER All Varity Aunt Jemima JUMBO WAFFLES 10 oz. 7 29 1 s9