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/ TH SERVICES ults date there have been NO responses from the general community. Of the 166 students given the assessment 85 were boys, 68 were girls, and 13 were would like undeclared or unsure. Seven High School students stated they were and staff for uncomfortable with the the drug survey, thought it was none of 'l=ne survey was my business, and declined to students in answer the questions. That 12. This left 159 students who ; ap- responded to the survey. of the student Of the 159 responding students, 90 percent reported at least trying one or more of information the substances included in the but will survey. The survey included interpret the beer, wine, hard liquor, conclusions. uppers, downers, marijuana, cocaine, LSD, speed, codeine, figures and any others the individual of wanted to list. and not ty. To Beer is very popular in Cloverdale. Of the students responding 115 have "at least" tried beer - that is 80 percent. Of these 115, 61 drink beer occasionally, and 22 are regular beer drinkers. Marijuana came in fourth in the "occasionally used" category after beer, wine, and hard liquor. Of the 159 Responding 63 or 40 percent use something occasionally 47 or :10 percent use something on a regular basis. 33 or 20 percent have tried one or more substances, but do not use anything. IG or 10 percent have never tried any of the substances. Of the .17 Who Are Regularly Using Something 17 or :16 percent (of the 47) use alcohol only. families needed American in Lives with Exchange the 1980-81 chaos it's hard to change But you - by Host Family for Un- (YFU) in- exchange Host Families share their homes and daily lives with international high-school students for six-months or a full year while the students attend the local high school. This unique homestay experience enables in- ternational exchange students to get to know real American families by sharing in daily life as a family member, not as a guest. YFU, a non-profit organization, has arranged It or 23 percent Use marijuana only. 22 or 2:1 percent use marijuana and-or alcohol primarily beer. 7 or 16 percent use alcohol, marijuana, and other drugs I or 2 percent uses only drugs and not alcohol. A-few students responded that the questionaire was not properly worded. Some staled that they tried drugs, found them unsatisfactory, and gave them up. Many stated thai they felt marijuana should be legalized. If anyone would like more information from the queslionnaire, please call the Youth Services office which will be staffed on Tuesdays and Thursdays during the sunlnter. The number is 894- 2150. exchanges for more than expenses are provided by the 70.000 students from 24 student's natural family and countries since its inception YFU receives partial funding in 1951. Students (ages 14-18) from the International are carefully selected and Communication Agency of matched with quality Host the U.S. Department of State. Families, and regional It's an expericnce that lasts representatives provide a lifetime : why not yours? services, support and For more information, guidance during the course of contact your Regional Office: the exchange Betty Bruinsma, Regional Host Families provide Director; Youth For Un- room and board and are derstanding. 329 South San eligible for a monthly Antonio Road Suite 4, l)s deduction while the student Altos, CA 94022; 415-948-3300. attends school. Program fees and personal rdale Recreation er program Monday, and Iare to this put many rote preparing We have md projects enjoy. June 20 - Knowland Park Zoo, Oakland; 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; children 12 years and under $3.25, adults $3.50. June Z7 - Water Works, Windsor; 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.; children II years and under $2.50, adults $3.50 ( the Dume Flume will be extra). July II - Morton's Warm Springs, Kenwood; 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; children II years and under $3.50, adulta $4. July 25-. Fisherman's Wharf and Bay Cruise, San Francisco; 8:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; children 12 years and under $4., adults $6. Aug. I - still in the works. Aug. x Marine World, Africa, U.S.A., Redwood City; 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.; children 12 years and under $4.75, adults $5.50. Sack lunches are suggested for all trips; however, there are food consessions available at all trip sites. If you have any questions, please call Jane or me at 894- .%'77. Bridge winners Because of graduation Gummerson. exercises this week, the turn- 2nd Bette Murphy- out of duplicate bridge Margaret Weaver. players was unusually light, 3rd - Bee Davini-JoAnne However, the June 5th game Argyrus. still had the following win- net's: 4th - Muriel & Warren 1st - Marie Hill-Dorothy Brenner. ,e repeated will Trips. a schedule the dates, ad costs. that persons 7 ad older are these field tder 7 years mcompanied slips recreation encourage families. ' slnesses to fly flags Scouting teaches the history of the American flag as part of its advancement program. Many flags flew over America during its colonial period, including banners from Spain, Prance, Holland, Sweden, and England. The flag known as the Grand Union flag was raised over George Washington's headquarters in 1776, during the Revolutionary War. The in'st official flag of the United States of America, the Old Glory, was created on June 14, 1777, by a resolution of the Continental Congress. Memorial Hospital to host Expectant Parents Tour family's birth experience. The tour visits the hospital's Labor 'and Delivery areas, Newborn Nursery, Intensive Care Nursery, and Post- partum area. approach of Sonoma- Boy is en- and fly the reminder Past, present, doubt that is very and the nag of our and the his country ," said Dr. Council out that be flown as May 26, 14, In-| July 4, we hope will summer The Maternity Department of Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital will host its monthly Expectant Parents' Tour on Wednesday, June 18, at 7:30 p.m. in the Lower Level Conference room at the Hospital, 1165 Montgomery Drive. The program includes a fdm about the influence of childbirth preparations on pregnancy, labor, and delivery, showing one The program is free and provides an opportunity for expectant parents to d/scuss any questions they have with Memoriars matendty staff. For more information, call 546-3210, Extension 300. n lauds passage of Geothermal legislation" Clausen California completes the the intent that the cmmties or the process that we first began in origin within the state should Legislature 1976" said Claus, en. In 1976 be entitled to a percentage of of State Clause, carried an amend- the revenue. The legislation and ment to the Mineral Leasing authored by Senator Keee Bosco Act which made the state and Assemblyman Bosco of eligible for a percentage of ensures that the State of sends a the geothermalrevenues. Up California will honor the geothermal to that time, geothermal Congressional intent," counties royalities were not shared Clausen concluded. with states. State of "Our bill in 1978 ex*ess Wednesday, June 11, 1980 - Page 11 iil :!:i :i:! iiil .:.'. ii![ i!ii The California State Aulomobile Association AAAt is bringing its free "Community Gas Savers Program" (o Santa Rosa at he Coddingtown Shopping Cenler on Thursday, June 121h. The Community Gas Savers Program (CGSP, which offers the general public free fuel economy Iests by emissi,ns analysis of their vehicles, will be in operation from 9:30a.m to 4 p,m. The purpose ,)f the CGS Program is to reduce as.line consumption by itffornling motorists of engine malfunctions thai affect fuel econonly. To achieve Ihis. ('SAA offers lhe program fo Ihe general public free of charge. ,)n a firsl.come, firsl- ,;erved basis AAA mere- i:i: CSAA offers free gas economy tests bership is NOT required. When motorists come to the Coddingtown Shopping Cenler, fhey should look for a bright yellow van with a bmtner above it proclaiming "'Free Gas Economoy Test," which will be in the parking area of the shopping center, off Guerneville Highway. The program is conducted -n a firsl-come first-served basis. The driver should pull up lo the van, or, if (here is a waiting line, join as in- dicated. When one's turn conies, Ihe CSAA technicians will conducl a simple test laking al)ut 3-5 minutes per car. Readings of the vehicle's exhaust hydrocarbons (ttC and carbon nlonoxide (COt are taken. These help to identify i:i: general areas where problems affecting engine performance may exist. Each driver will be given a pernalized record of his or her car's resulls, and, if there are any questions about engine performance or fuel efficiency, the CSAA lechnicians will be able to answer them at this time. In all instances, the spccifications and values used in the CGSP tests are I hose considered standard by each manufacturer and those accepted as normal for ef- ficient engine operation. If !he CO and HC readings fall within he accepted values, hen adjuslmenls are not needed The level of these gases is a major factor in delernitfing what ad- justments or repairs are needed to increase engine efficiency. Last year, over one-third of the vehicles participating in the Community Gas Savers Program had malfunctions of one kind or another which led to poor engine performance and poor fuel economy. However, a large majority of Ihese malfunctions were minor, requiring only simple, inexpensive adjustments or repairs. This year's Com- munity Gas Savers Program, besides being designed to help reduce gasoline con- sumption and reduce emissions, can also help many motorists save ex- penses on repairs by in- fl)rming them of the causes of poor fuel economy. smmj, mlm mmmm s ms, ms mint anas Golden Ripe House Plants ScotTowels Paper Towels, 4 Roll g Cherries Large, California 5gc b. Leaf Lettuces eo. ol,e, 351 Green Leaf and Romaine Grapefruit Coachella Valley f Yellow Onions os., 5001. Zucchini Squash Good So ..o, w.,..39* Fresh Umes Make Your Own F re ,h 5 Limeade ca. 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