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ton warns against "election hysterics" :  Cranston Y warned l!on year " intensify Il War bet- ,.ll the Soviet rease the rous and t race. hat the !ion of .  provoked lJtgott, the and the of the va "mitation U} has created . E a dangerou  which could Y the coming . tle:Ytlba City m, .nmSn noted  agreement blicans and&apos; t-hat the be un- ':i" ISSue is how  danger of the super- over, into tions. conflict ::i. U'S. and the r  th e worst i to befall the More people in less time 9 in human :i! i : :lUaited States is tnd militarily aation in the System of t, insuring 'constitutional :mronger than and its few, NATO have I J.- weapons I[  the Soviet "U.S. and NATO military spending in 1979 was about $215 billion. The Warsaw Pack spent $175 billion. "U.S. and NATO have 5 million active duty military personnel- the Warsaw Pact, 4.8 million. "We have a two to one advantage over the Warsaw Pact in tonnage of naval forces and almost the same in total number of ships. "Although the Warsaw Pact has more tanks, NATO forces have far more anti- tank weapons reflecting the defensive nature of NATO's European forces. "And, finally, the U.S. and NATO countries have a far superior industrial and economic base, with the capability of outproducing the Soviets in vital materials and technology." Cranston reiterated his support for Senate approval of the Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty (SALT II) and warned that "every day without approval of SALT increases the danger of an unrestrained nuclear arms race which could prove dangerous and tremendously costly." "There is a critical point in the years ahead-if a new arms control agreement is not ratified-when it may become almost impossible to control the arms race; when both sides may have new advanced weapons technologies which cannot be detected and so cannot be controlled and thus threatened the military balance. "That is the point of maximum danger which must be avoided. Under the SALT II agreement than condition will not occur. Both steres will have the ability to verify, through surveillance,, sophistication of the super- powers' nuclear arsenals. "In the months ahead, political debates around the SALT treaty and our defense effort should center on fact, not on emotional diatribes and unsubstantiated charges. "False debate aids our enemies around the world and it adds nothing to our security. We need to proceed with a sober assessment at our strength and weaknesses, and a clear assessment of the dangers ahead. "In this presidential election year-as in almost every presidential campaign since the end of World War II cries are being raised that the United States is 'weak' or is threatened by Soviet supremacy or that there is a 'missile gap' which threatens the US. position. "It's true that over the past two decades the Soviet Union has steadily increased its defense spending. In some categories its military forces are equal to or more numerous than ours. But overall, with our NATO allies, our forces are superior in number and quality. And in the important category of the ability to project power abroad we are superior to the Soviets. Most of their military capability is for the defense of their own borders. "In addition, the U.S. is making major increases in defense spending to meet the potential threat in the Middle East and Southern Asia brought on by the invastion of Afghanistan and to upgrade our forces enerally. "In the last four years real defense spending has in- creased by 10 percent. In the next four years it will in- crease by an additional 27 percent. "A few weeks ago the Congress approved a federal budget which includes $170.5 billion in budget authority for defense, compared with $143.7 billion in fiscal 1980. "When the Congress reconvenes next week we will approve a conference report for a $52.8 billion weapons bill which includes research and development funding for the MX missile, the CX super transport plane, a proposed new multi-role strategic bomber possibly o the B-I type, $'2.5 billion for aircraft and another $2 billion for various shipbuilding pro- jects. "In addition there are funds for an 11.7 percent pay raise for military personnel beginning in October, which believe will make a crucial contribution to our defense effort. "One of the most important problems currently facing the U.S. military is the recruitment, training and retention of service men and women. "We have a very serious shortage of professional and highly trained personnel in the armed forces-especially doctors, pilots, computer experts, technicians and engineers. We will most effectively meet our national defense needs by raising military pay and otherwise encouraging those kinds of people to volunteer--and those already in service to reenlist. Inexperienced 19 to 20 years olds won't meet our real manpower needs. I voted for the 11.7 percent military pay raise as a step toward meeting those needs. "It is outrageous that any member of the armed forces should be forced by Menu ' " "t , Sept. 3 eal Bar pt. 4 iain Salad il'gra','y IK 8 Casserole !0 5, 11 i$ and Onion k Potato Salad Roll Fresh Fruit Tuesday, Sept. 16 Birthday Apple Juice Baked Ham Sweet Potatoes Peas Wholewheat Bread Birthday Cake Wednesday, Sept. 17 Lettuce-Tomato Salad Meatloaf w- Gravy Rice Pilaf Green Beans Pudding Thursday, Sept 18 Baked Fish w-Tartar Sauce Mashed Potatoes Stewed Tomatoes Roll Apricots Friday. Sept. 19 Cole Slaw Baked Chicken Sliced Carrots Whole wheat Bread Fruit Jello Monday, Sept. 22 Fruit and Cottage Cheese Chicken Chow Mein Chow Mein Noodles Spinach Sliced Peaches Tuesday, Sept. 23 Orange Juice Grated Carrot-Raisin Salad Pork Chops Green Beaeans Wholewheat Bread Applesauce Wednesday. Sept. 24 Lettuce-Tomato Salad Spaghetti w- Meat Sauce Italian Vegetables French Bread Fruit Jello Thursday, sept. 25 Cole Slaw Barbecue Chicken Potato Salad Wholewheat Bread Fresh Fruit Friday, Sept. 26 Pickled Beet Salad Salisbury Steak w- Gravy Baked Potato Broccoli Pudding Monday, Sept. 29 Bean Salad Macaroni & Cheese Stewed Tomatoes French Bread Pineapple Rings Tuesday, Sept. 30 Cabbage-Raisin Salad Meatloaf w- Gravy But tered Noodles Sliced Carrots Fresh Fruit Milk and Tea or Coffee Served with all meals. $I suggested donation for seniors 60 years of age and over and their spouses. Call 894-2961 before 3 p.m. for reservations. VISA 4000 123 45b "IBq We have something other VISA cards don't have: It's called "The 1% Advantage',' and it's a very handy way to use your savings account as a line of credit. No Annual Fee. On the other hand, those cards have some- thing we don't have: an annual fee. Come talk to us about VISA. Our way. Finondol 00ngs Welcon to the  family. 103 Cloverdale Blvd., Cloverdale, 894-3301 NOTE: Unite< California Bank issues the cord oncl I:oc;esses all your tronsoctions oral bdltrjs ..  ,-, T"-_T. Wednesday, September, 3, 1980 - Page 15 1;/|(,'.,t'/ economic necessity to apply for food stamps. "Yet in some parts of the country, one of every 10 food stamp applicants is a soldier- 4riple to the number less than two years ago." He asid the failure of military pay to keep pace with inflation is "seriously hurting the reenlistment effort." "The Joint Chiefs of Staff contend that service people should get 6.6 percent in- creases annually for the next three years to just make up for what they have lost due to inflation since 1971," Cran- ston said. He said the Navy needs to retain at least 58 percent ot its young pilots this year "but it now estimates it will hold only 28 percent of them becale so many pilots are quitting to pursue the higher pay civilian pilots are get- ting." "But this is not to suggest that the U.S. can improve its military standing in all areas by giving a blank check to the Pentagon." Like their 16th Century Middle Eastern counterparts did for Elizabethan England, Cloverdale residents John Jones and Don Brown (shown here with their stuffed mascots) bring tea and coffee and honey sweets to the 14th annual Renaissance Pleasure Faire.Their "Teahouse of the Mullah Nasrudin's Donkey" in Traders Market has been a part of the Faire since its beginning and hasbeeome a convivial gathering sire for hungry and thirsty Faire-goers.The Faire and all its revelry continue in full swing weekends through September 7. including Labor Day, easily accessible in Blackpoint Forest, Novato. east of Highway 101, just off itigh- way 37 at the Blackpoint exit. For information call (415) 434-4625. Photo by Michael Grosswendt. Oeyserville Area Busine Directory FOR INFORMATION ABOUT THIS DIRECTORY CALL 894-3339 i!i OeyservUle is the home of one of the ::i::i ili finest italian Restaurants in Northern iii! California- Catelli's , The Rex. Santi iiil and Virginia Catelli opened the iiil restaurant in 1936 and have kept it a !:i: family-owned establishment since !ili ...... -- ..... then. Richard Catelli, their son, isnow iiii the owner and operator and is assisted i!ii by his lovely claughter Domenica. !ii! Richard is still using the same ili! recipes the family used for years and iii:: . maintaining the fine quality for which iiii Catelli's gained it's fame. The menu is iiii rabbit, scampi, sweet breads, as well as steaks, seafood, poultry, pasta and !ii! many other items i!i! The bar is separate from the dining ii room and offers an excellent selection i!ii of liquor and wines. :::: ." .," ............. "' "' ........ "" " " ""-"" ' " '" ............. :" " ':':" " "":" " ":':':':': ..... 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