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outh S Cann red soloist at Concert" County Junior Present its 21 Concert', on at the Santa School Cann of one of two graduating High School to attend lose State major has for 5 Some of his as Years with ty Junior years Honor .lst obe) ; All-State oboe); Two Repertory Orchestra (SRT) ; Five years Santa Rosa Baroque Sin- fonia; 1979 Winner of Etude Club Scholarship; School Band, Pep Band and Jazz Band. Cann also is scheduled guest soloist with the Santa Rosa Baroque Sinfonia on May 9 and May 11. Other than music, he has been active in student government, participant in school dramatics and editor of the school newspaper. He was also the 1979 Delegate to American Legion Boys' State and a 1980 Plaque winner of Bank of America Scholar- ship; Fine Arts Division. Cann has studied with Leland Lincoln of the Oakland Sympnony and is now studying withJim Flowers of Santa Rosa. D)r r? HEAR Christian Pre- Unique and program 9 experienced plan and and ung ex- and a variety and and small Lear- and self growing part plans for will be Sensual the but vtificially pleasure Within the the limbic the pleasure by tificial user's con - As more a sensual ure, he to ex- sensual fit drugs. User of argue for its its you out, Wareness, good. The exploring nature with a garden, planted and cared for by the students. There will be nature walks, visits to dif- ferent parks in the area, and a visit to a farm. Ice skating once a month is one of the childrens favorite field trips. We hope to include roller SERVICES users are vehement in their support of marijuana. They are sure it does not effect judgement, behavior, per- sonality, or ability. (But marijuana effects the very area of the brain responsible for self-evaluation.) Most drugs fit into one of four categories: stimulants, depressants, intoxicants, and hallucinogens. Hallu- cinogens' "primary effect is faulty processing of sensory information." Marijuana is a mild hallucinogen, and "is unique among the sensual drugs in that it has different chemical properties from the other and has multiple effects. Marijuana can act primarily as a hallucinogen, a stimulant, a depressant, or an intoxicant, and sometimes as a combination of all four." What becomes of Marijuana in the body. Remember the active ingredient in marijuana is THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) which is fat soluable and is stored in the fat cells. When From Jefferson School By DENA GAMBETTA Jefferson School had a different and exciting workshop for all of the students this week, through our fabulous misic teacher, Shirley Spina. Generally the primary grade students hear about clarinets, flutes, oboes, etc., but they never really see the instruments, except in pictures or read about them in stories. So this week Robin Willit, teacher of music at Washington School brought over some of her band pupils to demonstrate the band instruments, with each pupil being able to see and feel the instrument, and to actually see how these instruments are being played. Each class had twenty minutes in the library to experience band- instruments in action. Nancy Start, played and demonstrated the Piccollo- Flute, Lisa Jacobs, the Flute, Jonna Robinson the Oboe, Kathleen Hare the clarinet, Shelly Kirn, the clarinet, Tami Titus, the sax, Lynda Rilea, sax, Kata Zagorites, the French horn, Sheri Brassell, cornet, Dean Zagorites, cornet, Tina Buamgardner, Trombone, Jamie Smith, baritone, Roger Aders, drums and Lynette Beam the bells. After demonstrating each instrument, the group played "Over the Rainbow", all together, to the delight of the students at Jefferson. In fact after each demonstration each person received a big hand of applause. Thank you Washington School for the loan of your equipment of music and your talents, making the students at Jefferson School a bit richer in the field of music. (Who knows they may be invited to an International Music Festival when they get into high school). Besides our principal, Maria Michelon, and Dick Johnson our specialized reading teacher and project coordinator, we have one other man teach at Jefferson School. Gus Zagorites, is the gentleman, and he teaches the third grade at our school. He really gets into the field of science study. This past week Mr. Zagorites' class has been studying electricity and what makes it work. If you were to walk into his classroom, you'd see all sorts of wires and batteries on the sideboard of his classroom. Studying electricity includes the use of batteries hooked to bells, telegraph keys, etc. Hillary brought in a small electric motor conntected to a battery. This motor had a propeller attached to it to show the children how it would run. At the present time Mr. Zagorites' room is making a model of the solar system. A large sun has been fastened to a corner in the wall. Planets are being made from paper macho. They will be painted and hung from wires extending across the room. All positions of the planets are being figured out as to the proportional number of miles from the sun and from each other. What a neat experience, in science, math and language this project has brought about in Mr. Gus Zagorites' class ! We are fortunate to have such a fine dedicated teacher in our midst of other dedicated teachers. Quote from Politics and Legislation : Education...A Bargain. You've all heard the familiar tale that the price of education is getting too high, but when you compare it to some other expenses today, it's cheap! The Ragan Report, a weekly newsletter for school com- municators, cited, for example, the average stay in a hospital at about $100 per day. The cost of keeping a person in jail carries a price lag of more than $13,600 a year. Taking care of a child in a detention home can run up a bill of at least $7,500 each year. But the expense for keeping that same child in a classroom for one year? Only $1,400 or about $7.77 a day ......... A Bargain, to be Sure. Thanks to all the dedicated Volunteers! You are the greatest. You may not receive a monetary reward, but your reward is much greater, as you are working with God's children and creation! Be sure to come to Open House Tonight! Jefferson School, 7:30 p.m. See all of you there. April 23. Notice To All Parents and Inlerested Citizens - voting for all School Site Council members will take place next week. If you did not get a ballot and wish to vote, voting will take place at Jefferson School in the school office Friday April 25 from 8 - 4:30. Bridge Winners The following members were winners at the regular weekly game of the duplicate bridge club on April 17th: First Bette Murphy- Margaret Weaver. Second - George Hunter- Jack Myers. Third - Bette Vadon-Rolo Pellegrini. Fourth - Muriel & Warren Bronner. skating in our future field trips. Kindergarten skills are to be a basic part of our learning program for the summer months, and a continuing series of Bible based stories each day. Day care is available between 7:00 a.m. and 6 p.m. An enrichment program is offered 8:45 to 11:45 a.m. and 2 to 5 p.m. For more information call us at 894-5063, 894-5496 or 894- 5860, or visit us at 76 Tarman in the Church of Christ building. --- Marijuana absorbed (through smoking, sniffing, or eating) marijuana travels through the bloodstream to the brain and into the highly sensitive limbic (pleasure center) region. "Sensual drugs enter the brain quickly and directly or indirectly stimulate the pleasure centers." This is why marijuana users report a sense of well being or euphoria, of heightened awareness, brighter colors, clearer music, more sensitive sense of being touched. The effects of marijuana vary from individual to in- dividual depending upon his mood, expectations, surroundings, and the potency and amount of the dose. Marijuana can lessen the will, reduce inhibitions, promote a sense of calm, cause drowsiness. "A feeling of great perceptiveness, erratic behavior, and hilarity without apparent cause oc- cur." The user may be ac- cident prone due to a space and time di.sturbance. However, with the development of tolerance it takes more of the to produce less of a sensation. Long term, cromc use produce the "lost syndrome: A sense of not feeling anything or reacting to pleasurable stimuli in the environment. The occasional user may appear sleepy, unable to carry on related con- versations, may giggle, appear ."mellow". Because of a reported ability to reduce nausea  symptoms, marijuana is being used with some cancer patients receiving chemotherapy. But what of the potential hazz,lrds, the harmful effects of marijuana? Are there any? Early "shock" and scare tactics presented to discourage beginners left many with a feeling of distrust towards research results and techniques. Recent studies since the isolation of THC have lead to new feelings about the harm- ful effects of pot. These will be covered next lime. Wednesday, April 23, 1980- Page 7 The River Valley School in Geyserville, a Pre-School, operated as a nonprofit organization and run by participating parents is now involved in an annual fundraising drive. This year the participating parents are seeking community support through the raffling of a quilt made by the parents of the children attending the school, plus many other prizes donated by local merchants. Cloverdale School Lunch Menu Monday, April 28 /2 Pint Milk Cheese Stick Lasagne Purple Plums Cabbage Slaw Wed., April 30 /z Pint Milk Applesauce Beanie Weinies French Bread Popeye Salad 2 Pint Milk Sliced Peaches Fri., May 2 Corn Bread Turkey A La King Tuesday, April 29 /2 Pint Milk Fluffy Rice Perky Pies Buttered Spinach Chilled Tomatoes Thrus., May ! Chilled Pears Celery Stick Seaburger Biscuit w-Butter Pineapple-up-side-down- Shredded Lettuce Oatmeal Cookie Cake French Fries z Pint Milk Ray's MEATS & Delicatessen Cross Rib Roast B-B-Q Steaks Boneless Baby Beef Liver Homemade Corned Shoulder of Pork Imported Swiss Cheese Sliced or by the Piece CALL FOR QUOTES ON LOCKER BEEF Cloverdale FOOD CENTER 138 E. First Street 894-2325 Store Hours: Daily 7:30 am - 6:30 pm Sunday 9 am - 5 pm Free Delivery Every Day at 4 pm Prices Effective - April 23 Thru ,April 27 iili Navel Oranges 5lbs lie0 Red Leaf 00ttuce ;licing Size lumbo Mushrooms Russet Pink rapefruit 5 / 1 Potatoes 73 ,0 :ados Haas Clip Top 1 Schilling J Schilling ___iii Seasonall J M.S.G. large 9oz. 69 Asparagus7900ii Monosodium Glutamate iil ' Corn 4/89'ii! MeatSChilling 59* Tenderizer Seasoned Unseasoned Cabbage 1700iiii :it :.:. ..... ...........,.., . . :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: I Green 1 Onions Strawberries 5 New Crop Medium Yellow Onions Dermassage Liquid Dish Detergent 99* 22oz. Aiax Laundry Detergent Giant Size 49oz. 1 49