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I Health, Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow Wednesday, September 24, 1980 - Paqe 13 the total th picture, Brian Kahn say. "The ac- of mental that we to have to go to treat the the fact. me that basic as well of modern life, g this a society, we to address causes. look at a wide such as an assures people easy to obtain the impact of on our kids, in gauge impact on the b of people in our and nation." Dr. Frye have a large highly staff members concerned to meet health needs To further are long for children, for older persons that Somebody on 'IV home values decrease very soon. te your L: Prom time to seeking sen- wig predict a in the market. are based economic Almost excepton, economic that continue to realize that of spec- ? from time to no one can spiralling an oc- nSOred by the ciation of that home values to outpace the balance century. that the home will be the best to investment the average a real estate tion, please to the care Reveille. Citizens Club married 5o to be with luck Oc- Call Rachel if 894-3234, if attend. They know bow them. ent lm- invites all nonmenbers to be at 1 p.m. in of the Regional interesting, slides the Vienna be given and ill be ser- and plan- of the toall in- 1; it will be 29, Forum r. they want is even more 'he gap between need and frustrating. ervice growing bigger and "We have markedly in- htm.r There are more creased our efficiency since pcple wanting service but Proposition t3 passed. We wedo not haveenough staff to have increased utilization of deliver it. The public must sadentsandvolunteers. We understand that this is hove also changed our something we cannot con- methods of operation so that trol." we provided more service Dr. Frye also said that in las year than we did before addi t,m o ;he Sonoma Proposition 13 passed. Counly Nl(.:al Health Despite our increased efforts Department. here are also a m,d producliviy, we still see number of highly qualified. professional privale menTai heallh agencies plus a *:', her-f highly qualified priva e :,enal health pracliioners including psychialrists, psychologists, social workers, marriage and fan dy c,unselors, a work in h(' .,cai lllen!al ht'alh field. Sill all of his safl plu all he,c pe,,ple w King ',,e:her are no ,,,pa!.., of hrid:ugLhes.:t andt,l a,g our current menial health needs. If there is a further reduction in resource. available for mental healt)' care will be an even larger unfilled gap. The private sector may also be affectod ecause there has been talk of} reducing Medi-Cal payments. t Medi-Cal also covers the cost of treatment for the mentally ill who are least able to pay for such treat- menl. Dr. Frye added. "FJr the lack of ihe appropriate resources, people who could have been saved are killing hemselves: families with psychoh,gical problems-4 hat could be helped by treat ment -are destroying themselves and even young school children are experiencing difficulties lhat could be assisled by mental health :rea=ment Mental health lrea'ment really does work Tha! has been proven. However, because we don't have appropriate resources available Io provide the necessary services, people are ,uffering and yes, even dying" As his final remark, Dr. Frye said, "These are dif- ficult Iimes and we know very well lha; financial problems cont ribwe to an individual or family's psychological stress. The difficulties caused by inflation and rising unem- ployment creates an ad- ditional demand for mental health services as does the increasing growth of popular ion in Sonoma County. "It is the hope of the Sonoma County Mental Health Department that we can 'find the resources to provide the treatment that the people of this community need and should have! ,available now and in future years." USDA CHOICE MEATS ROUND STEAK Bone In ,bl  CUBE STEAK Tender 2 6, 345 S. Cloverdale Blvd. ,b NEWHOURS: 9a.m.-go.m. Daily RIB STEAK U.S.D.A. Choice 09 DATES EFFECTIVE Wed., Sept. 17THRU TUES., Sept. 30 Ib Hi-Dry TOWEL Giant Roll 49 79 CHUCK STEAK U.S.D.A. Choice 1 79 Jb !% Duncan Hines CHUCK ROAST Boneless 209 !CAKE MIXES ,b All Flavors LEAN GROUND CHUCK ,00179 BAR-B-QUE STEAK Lean&Tender BEEF LIVER Fresh Sliced Bonnie Hubbard Betty Crocker PORK LOIN HAMBURGER FLOUR HELPER PICNIC HAM Lean 51b 79 ROAST Armour 79* White Potato ,o,b ,,, Russet Potato ,0.b .. ,b 1 79 ,897 1 29 159 ,- ....... - : Corn  o 611 PEPSI-COLA , Monte AIIh/ 16 oz Bottles- Pears ".7 1 oo 6-Pack KETCHUP ':-- 1 09 32 oz 89 Yellow Onions 2'Y39' e e. ar--p., g Del Monte PINEAPPLE- GRAPEFRIUT DRINK oz Can 69 All : DETERGENT Family Size Casaba Melons Canteloupes 3/lOO . Lemons 8/100 Apples Golden Delicious 3'Y 1.00 TomatO- GO Campbell Tomato Soup 10V oz Can 411 0 Bonnie Hubbard Canned Milk 13 oz Del Monte Peaches 2V Can Sliced or Halves Oel Monte Slicea- Pineapple Chunk-Crushed 15 oz can Del Monte Cut Green Beans 303 can Bonnie Hubbard Tomatoes 303 Can 311 o Bonnie Hubbard Fruit Cocktail 303 Can 2189 Franco-American Spaghetti-O's 303 Can 311 0 S&W Garbanzo Beans 3/1 303Can Crisco OII 24oz Del Monte Mixed 1 =, Vegetables 303 Can e Krispy Crachers ,b Foster Farms Chicken Franks or Bologna 'lib Quaker Instant Oatmeal Honey & Graham 10 oz. Shasta Reg. or Diet Soda 12oz Can a Perfection Wjde- Med. Kraft Parmesan " 69 Parmesaen Choose 8 oz Can Schilling 89 Black Pepper 4 oz 1 29 Noodles 59 Folgers Coffee 3, 5, 8}, Fisher Dry Roasted Peanuts . 169 16 oz. Ivory Dlshwashing Liquid 99* 22oz Bonnie Hubbard LEMONADE 12 oz Can Gino's PIZZA 13 oz Bonnie Hubbard WHIPPED TOPPING 9 oz VanDeKamp MEXICAN DINNER 12 oz 1 89 79 1 19 89