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Page 8- Wednesday, March 12, 1980 0000*0000.American Legion Auxiliary ,, '* ,By DENA GAMBETTA , In the Department of .,' California there are thirty , , , districts, divided into various , geographical areas, in chich ,b,, each district there are dif- ferent denominations of units. William Russell Ledford Unit 293, American Legion Auxiliary in Cloverdale is a unit in District 5, which covers four counties, namely Sonoma, Marin Solano, Napa and are twenty-five units in district 5, with some nearly 1800 members. It is the duty of the district president to visit each unit in her district during her tenure of office. Like-wise the duty of the Department President is to visit the thirty districts in California during her reign as president for the state. On March 23, 1980, Ruth H. Washington, president for the State of California for 1979- 1980 will be making her of- ficial visit to the Fifth District. Generally the president's try to come to a scheduled district meeting, but due to our president's heavy schedule she was unable to come to a regular meeting, and will be making her official visit, at a lun- cheon meeting in Vallejo. The luncheon will be served at 1:00 p.m., and both Legionnaires and Auxiliary members are invited to at- William Russell Ledford Unit 293 tend this function to here the wise and inspiring words of our state president. At this time the Cloverdale Juniors will be acting as the honor escort team for the dignitaries and honored of- ficials. Ruth Washington Ruth Washington is a member of Eagle Rock Unit No. 276, in the 20th district. While serving in every capacity on unit and district level, before becoming state president, she also attended every department convention since 1949, was the depart- ment historian, winning third place, she served as Leadership Chairman, Junior Member of Finance, Senior member and chairman of this all important office. She was on the convention corn- mission, served as chairman of the Auxiliary Emergency Fund, Community Service Chairman, Children and Youth Chairman, and Veterans Affairs and Rehabilitatio0 Chairman. For thirty-five years, Ruth worked as the Office Manager, Secretary- Accountant for a Roofing Contractor in the Los Angeles area. She has retired to limited part-time work for the firm to serve the Department of California as its president. This is the lady that we will be honoring on* March 23rd, and at which time she will bring her informative message. All members are urged to attend this all im- portant occasion, as well as the Legion members. Attending the Supertooth workshop at Washington School recently were the following members from the auxiliary who are manning this special program for teeth decay prevention: Claudia Reck, Pauline Chase, Theresa Tollini, Elsie Karr and Viola Mack. The auxiliary is proud of these ladies who have volunteered to give an hour a week to work on this Supertooth program to help children prevent tooth decay. Reports will be taking place soon. We are asking anyone who has old Reveille's to please leave them at 75 Hillview Drive, as we use the newspaper articles of the auxiliary programs, as supplements for our yearly reports. The auxiliary is happy to announce that they are en- tering the Cloverdale Reveille, as their outstanding newspaper article on Children and Youth on a state competiUon level. And of course we are entering the Miracle of Vienna articles. We are sure they will win on state level as well as on National level with articles such as getting the band to Vienna, Austria for the In- lernational Music Festival, and to which the auxiliary donated 0. Don't forget the Legion's Birthday party, March 12th, at 6:30 p.m., when a lot of nice things will be happening. Please bring your own eating utensils, and bring either a vegetable or a salad, as we are expecting a large crowd, the auxiliary will furnish the rest of the dinner ingredients, while decorations will be provided by Lorraine Wallius. and June Zanzi, who are the best there is in Cloverdale. Reserve March 12th, and come help the Legion celebrate their birthday! There will be much in- formation by our National Security Chairman Donna Wooldridge on the Cancer Detection free clinic we will be planning on that evening too! Services Drug Classifications By BARBARA CLAREY There are several classifications of drugs that alter the consciousness. Proceeding in an alphabetical order through the magical, mystical world of mind-altering substances this weeks article will deal with amphetamines and ba|'bituates. AMPHETAMINES: Also known as bennies, uppers, co- pilots, footballs, hearts, speed, or pep pills, am- phetamines are stimulants often prescribed by a doctor to reduce appetite and relieve symptoms of minor depression. Amphetamines are taken to help stay awake, and are popular among truck drivers who spend hours driving at night and among students cramming for exams. Common trademarks for amphetamines are Benzedrine (bennies) and Dexedring (dexies). Commonly taken in pill form, amphetamine abusers may resort to stronger stimulants in the form of injecting methamphetamine or methedrine ("meth", "crystal", or "speed"). Paradoxically, am- phetamines are often used to "calm" hyper-active children. Abuse of amphetamines can cause high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, and even heart attacks. The excessive use of uppers can lead to hallucinations, loss of weight, wakefulness, jumpiness, exaggerated aggressiveness, and a talk, talk, talk manner. As the effects of an am- phetamine wear off the user experiences the "crash". This is a feeling of depression and despondency, of fatigue and sadness which often leads the user to seek another dose fast. Hence, we have the "speed freak" whose "days alternate bet- ween frenetic vision and utter depression because he takes more of the drug to lift himself up after each crash." The speed freak is not limited by income or socmt class to any one group. Many successful businessmen, musicians, actors, college professors (and maybe politicians) need to be "up" for and on the job. They take amphetamines to help stay up in a world of produce or perish. Housewives take pep pills to help them get through the dull routine of housework. Doctors prescribe amphetamines to overweight patients. Amphetamines are not reported to be physically addictive, but they produce cravings for the drug in habitual users resulting in a psychological addiction. And the regular daily user of uppers may resort to the use of barbituates (downers) to help sleep at night. BARBITUATES: Known as downers, red birds, red devils, yellow jackets, goof balls, and blue heaven bar- tituates bring the user down, relax him, induce sleep. Barbituates are taken in pill form and produce an ap- pearance of drunkenness without the odor of alcohol but with the drowsiness, dulled memory, and slurred speech. Unlike am- phetamines, barbituates are physically addictive as well as psychologically addictive. Overdoses are. common among users of barbituates, because of the user forgetting how many pills have been taken. Mixed with alcohol barbituates toxic control. diction is addiction cure than Worse yet, courages the taking pills Addiction enough prescrl relax, get feels nice, strive to again. Ea more and that mellow begin to for the drug. user dependent craves it craves a the pills, be drawal dizziness, sometimes painful Each of the "and us up and derground reportedly keep up with the Cloverdale lligh School 1979-80 Junior Varsity Girls Un- defeated Basketball Team. Front row, left to right: Laura iWiison. Sue Weidmer, Dana Bergman, Julie Birchfield. ('enter: Darcey Jackson. Terry Colin. Terry Madrid. Back row: Yvonne Whittaker. SLacey Caldwel[, Lisa Neat, Linda l.ile, and Coach Collingwood. Cloverdale. High School Junior yars,ty Girls Basketball team By DENA GAMBETTA ( guest editing) These girls started their first basketball game on November 7th, playing and practicing every single day for five days a week for two hours straight daily, from 3 to 5, without a single break. The girls played the following cities, high schools from Clear Lake, Calistoga, St. Vincents, Tomales, St. Helena, Pt. Arena, with some of the above being played twice, once away and once home, winning all games and losing none, in all the above league games. school teacher, and an ex- basketball coach for the boys, and first time coach for a girls' team, was this JV teams coach this year. Mr. Collingwood, better known as "Coach", said of his first time girls champ teams, that they were the greatest, dedicated, faithful, talented, and determined group of girls he had ever worked with, and he commends them highly, and is so proud of them, as well as the whole high school and the city of Cloverdale. Coach is an ex-champ him- self, from his alma mater, trophies were awarded to the girls. Each player received a trophy by Mr. Bruce Bergman (Varsity Girls' CoachL He awarded two most valuable awards in the form of trophies to two out- standing girls, namely Dana Bargman, leading scorer and rebounder and to Darcey Jackson, Team quarterback, ball-handler and second leading scorer. The Cloverdale High School junior Varsity Girls' :Basketball team for 197980 is composed of mostly fresh- men and some sophomore girls. Some of these girls are aying basketball for the first time, and many times the Junior Varsity Girls' Team is overshadowed by the Varsity Team who have been The whole of Cloverdale quite terrific this year. But High School and the City of the 1979-80 JV Girls Cloverdale are proud of this Basketball team are the champion team, and champs this yea r in every What a great team to be State University of San congratulate them, and wish lgn of the word, and are to able to boast "Undefeated." Francisco, and really knows for them many future mmended for their This tremendous team beat all the facets of basketball, champion games* Evervone tion, and proficiency to each team by an overall At a recent post-season of the ,,iris on h'o o-,".. ta thi,s, high honor as the average of 16 points, banquet the girls enjoyed a great 'young" -l'adies'"and *Chps Tom Collingwood, a retired get-together at which time deservin of this rear ..  , g g honor. :::...::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.::::::::::..::::.:.:.:.:.:.:..:..........:....:..:.:.:.....::.:.:.:...:............. ............... .......:. from page 4 GOOD IDEA nda Vlasak mentioned she and Jim attended a benefit m not too long ago and each person attending brought a .g' t. An auction was then held..to make money. Most of those ting brought very nice gifts, some very expensive gifts, tn they normally would keep normally didn t use, just had stred, would share for a good cause. It is a good idea ! I have "lots" thai I keep, but don'l really use, I oouidn't consider giving h a rummage sale._but would part with for a "good" i cause. II is )lnelhing Io think a|mul. (;OI) I,I)VE YOU And he does, I know! The ladies of the Women's Im- provement Club pledged $1)this week. Card parties will be held on Ihe :h'd Mo,day of March. April and May. Proecced go Io Ihe Band Whalever is lacking will be hlke from Iheir "savings"...hmmke it a hi('(' r.und one Ihousand five huh'tired ddlars. ( W, I('has always supporlcd .l,.ve a,d his t)rojeets. ) There was a man who lived by the side of the road and sold hot dogs. He sold very good hot dogs. He put up signs along the highway and advertised in the newspaper telling how good they were. He stood on the side of the road and cried: "Buy a hot dog, Mister?" And people bought. He increased his meat and bun orders. He bought a bigger stove to take care of his trade. He finally got his son home from college to help him out. . But then something happened. His son said, "Father, haven't you been listening to the radio and watching TV? There's a big depression. The foreign situation is terrible. The domestic situaon is worse. Whereupon the father thought, "'WEB, my son's been to he listens to the radio and watches "IV and he ought to know." So the father cut down on his meat and bun orders, took down his signs and cancelled newspaper ads and no longer bothered to stand out on the highway to sell his hot dogs. And his hot dog sales fell almoSl overnight. "You're right, son'/the father said to the boy. "We certainly are in the of a great depression." Call Today and Let Us Help Plan the Advertising Program Right for Your Business. "Whatever you want to sell... We'll help you sell more of Cloverdalc 00veille 894,3339