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November 5, 1980

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ITH SERVICES Wednesday, November 5, 1980 - Paqe 11 ' EducaUon and parent is a critical part cotmseling and Prevention, In County we have that concern solely with Two of (a) The Parenting In- Keller St. in (1-7-74), and in' nd DALBEC we talked about which Sandy Will be in charge of. are going to for one 1981 a bake sale on at Basco's $52.12. That will, our trip to Canada. Going Canada, will and we are earn it all by next we have a long 25 the cadette on the Bay inSan Fran. the ride, we Pier 39 and the We-had a lot of Estate r Broker We are in of purchasing a from the last home was through a real who arranged , title insurance like to keep our and are con- not getting tiUe this time. How is such in- In the process title insurance, Company tmarches property you are purchase and You of: liens that problem; clouds that may inhibit of the property; or other en- which you have been aware taxes etc. P policy you against L and tainly worth small one- required to :Security and peace Nov. S Chop Onions Apple mnp f, Nov. 6 and Cheese Nov. 10 y, Nov. i ! Nov. 12 (2) The Family Education Center also in Petaluma (1- 763-9866). These agencies teach people the skills needed to become successful parents. The California Parenting Institute publishes a periodical called "The Chatterbox." In a recent issue they included an ar- ticle by Dr. Garth Allred on the "Do;s and Don'ts for getting along with Children." In the article, Dr. Allred lists 20 principles he considers valuable when dealing with your children. In this and subsequent articles the 20 points will be listed. Read and discuss them with your family and see if they are or can be of value Io you. 1. "Parenls must slruclure the environment (see limits) for the children, but not as punishment nor for revenge but for order and safety." As parents you have the responsibility for your child's safety, health, and well-being right to impose just restrictions, rules, and guidelines to protect and provide for them and control their behavior. 2. "When children conform their behavior to the limits set, parents can then widen the lmits for freedom. Eventually cooperative children may have very wide limits - if any at all." 3. "Avoid retribution. Don't dump garbage that was not taken out the night before on the bed of the neglectful child." 4. "When children "are fighting, let them know your displeasure and encourage ,hem lo work il out them- selves - but not in front of the family or friends. They can go to their room and when il is worked out they can join the rest of Ihe family," Such a technique also helps do away wilh I alt ling." 5. "When disciplining the child remember: A. "State the reason why his behavior is upsetting to you, 'I get angry when you don't clean up your room because it creates extra work for me,' If mutual respect has been established in the home this statement may be all that is necessary for the child to get the job done. B. "Develop the child's ability to make choices by giving him choices. If the room remains untidy after you have stated your feelings, you might say: 'Do you want to clean up your room before dinner or miss dinner?' 'Do you want to clean up your room or miss watching TV until the work is done?' C. "Consequences (choices) should reflect the naiural or the logical result of misbehavior and be free from the spirit of retaliation or punishment which I call 'illogical" consequences. In the above illustration it is logical that household work be done before the evening meal or it is logical that we don't take time to watch TV until our work is done. E. "Watch your tone of voice. It can be a dead give- away if revenge or hostility is implied and also opens t he door for power st ruggle." 345 S. Cloverdale Blvd. NEW HOURS: 9am - 7  Daily DATES EFFECTIVE Wed., Nov. 5 thru Tues., Nov. 11 t Hi Dry " TOWELS I RosEo,.  , Rosedale PEACHES Giant Size Sliced or Halves / , 21/2 can 49* 59 Del Monte TOMATO SAUCE 8oz. 6/1 o :A-COLA 16oz. Bottles 1 39 Dove DISHWASHING DETERGENT 22oz. Pillsbury BISCUITS Country Style or Buttermilk 7oz. 89 511 o Hi-C FRUIT DRINKS 46oz. Imperial 1 Ib Sticks SDA CHOICE MEATS i RIB STEAK o.s.o.. C,o,ce CHICKEN THIGHS o 89 Brand ,. CHUCK STEAK CHUCK ROAST BEEF STEW BEEF SHANK Lean 7-Bone Lean Great for Soup BAR-B-QUE PORK STEAK PORK ROAST GROUND BEEF STEAK Lean Well Trimmed Fresh & Lean Juicy & Tender Apples Washington Fancy Delicious 2 Ibs. 1. 1, 149 lb. 1=,. Bananas Golden Ripe 3Ibs. Granny Smith Apples Green Red Potatoes Fresh Crop Yellow Onions Medium Size 2,00s/39 Yams 2 Sweet Potatoes 2 Cucumbers c,p 5/1oo Bell Peppers Large * Size ge Solid Head Del Monte Spinach New Potatoes 3/1 3O3 can Camps Pork n Beans 59 2//2 can Del Nk)nte Pineapple Sliced-Chunk-Crushed ,z 49 ,al Treat Mushrooms Stems & Pieces z 49* Snow New England Clam Chowder 15OZ. Nalley Chill w/Beans 303 can Bonnie Hubbard Apple Juice I/2 Gal. Kraft. Miracle Whip Qt. Size Wisk Detergent 32oz. 1 59 Kraft Macaroni & Choose 3/1 7V4oz. Adam Pearut Butter Creamy-Chunky ,Soz. 1" S&W Cut Green Beans Stewed Tomatoes Whole Kernel Corn 311 0 303 can Betty Crocker a Bisquick 1" 60 oz. Nabisco Wheatsworth Crackers 8oz. 79 Kraft American Singles 16oz. 199 Post Toastlos Corn Flakes 89 18oz. Final Touch Fabric Softner 32oz. 99 Farmer Johns Bacon 139 1 lb. pkg. Del Nk)nte Sliced Pick led  Boots 16 oz. ROZEN Bonnie Hubbard WHIPPED TOPPING 49* 9oz. Mrs. Smith's APPLE PIE 26OZ. Bridgeford WHITE BREAD 2-1 lb. Loaves Swanson Chicken T'V" DINNER 69