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January 2, 1980

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E'OAO & SO -':; :: ............. , ............... -.. .................................................. ;.:. i!ii iili It's1980 ili! Happy New Yeart. ":'i .:.: .:-: :i:i +: :i:i :::::: :::::.:..:.:.:.,..::: .:.. ..... .,:.... .......... . ....... ...,.............,.....,.:...:.:..:.:.:.:..: ..... :....;,...:....,..- ....... :..:.:..::!: ..... .*.- ... o .....,., .................,............... ......... -.-,-...- ...................................... i * California New Year's Eve: Wild night for Polic Dept. t "It was crazy New Year's eve - people at 585 West Second St. The of- reported to be drinking alcoholic with the assistance of three Sononm everything was happening at once," said Sgt Art Cerini of the Cloverdale Police Department. "We had an attempted suicide, fights, three DUI arrests, three flags torn down. felonious assaults. Our whole force was constantly responding to calls." Just after midnight on New Year's eve three complaints came in for noise from a large juvenile party of 75 to 100 ricer responding reported that the juveniles were cooperati,e and quieted d(,.vn after the first two calls. Officer Lenard Wong responded to a 3rd complaint, at which time the juveniles had left the house and were in the street. The street was completely plugged with the revelers. Officer Wong requested they leave the street and area immediately. A number of the juveniles were beverages on the street at the time. County deputies cleared the area. One adult male subject was arrested by . The adult subject, who intervened, Officer Wong for public intoxication but was taken into custody and booked at the group surrounded the officer and another adult male approached him demanding release of the arrested party. He physically restrained the officer allowing the arrested party to flee the scene. Sgt. Art Cerini arrived at the scene and declared an unlawful assembly and the Cioverdale Police Station. He was tater released on citation to appear. At 1:19 a.m. officer Rob Daiiey responded to a fight in the I00 block South Cloverdale Blvd. and wa= feloniously assaulted. New Year's Day was quieter. Clo vef da le o . ... .. veille Volume 102 No. 1 tOOt q Thursday, January 2, 1980 1 Section 18 Pages 20 cents be,, qum, left, and the Buffflo Butter Band (Bob, Cartoon, and Eric Brittain  message from the ;eyserv,lle Chamber if Commerce Ve' d :. , ,tEe to encourage you to start - mew ear  _ . . Y right by: ;, of Oe.ervmtans ei, be heading for the Board of :l.sors chambers, Tuesday, '.8 at 6:30 p.m. They II be ac- j-' our Sanitation Chairman, [ad iBosworth to appeal hearing the d,00,ion of vtamng "te.t t the EIR fr the sewer i . There will be a time for IIk:renso, so if you have L"ng to say, this will be your time tTout. Please plan to be there. -':ause we're going to the Board of Supervisors on the 8th, our meeting will be held on January 15 and the Grange Hall. It's our annual meeting with installation of officers, and all that excitement ! Dinner will be a lasagne buffet prepared by Rose Cattalini - and you know how good that will be, Dinner will be at 7:30 p.m. no host cocktails at 6:30 p.m. Cost will be $6.50. For reservations contact Jim Cloe, P.O. Box 596, Cloverdale, Calif. 95441. See you there - starting the new decade right. Fair skies ushered [n 1980 ttent showers fell on Northern s, =l County Monday to close out the ly u._s, y skies on New Year's -eu in 1980. i .erie Monday bringing the , ,_ rainfall total to date .50; ! yme normal average for this time l'k.-- -  Ume last year the total '--we!therman said it would be a ------="-'-lle Veal. S eve as the rain showers iqLeemntte into the night and early But, it ,dn't rain, and 1980 started on a bright note with sunny skies. According to the weather forecast, periods of rain are likely for today and Friday, mostly dry weather Saturday but with a few showers lingering in the mountains. Temperatures are predicted to be a little above seasonal normal with most highs in the  40's and 50's. Temperatures: Saturday, December , high 59, low Sa; Sunday, December 3O, 57 high, 34 low; Monday, December 31, 59 high, low 32; Tuesday, Jan. I, Fifth Annual Old-Time Fiddle Contest slated for Jan. 12 Cloverdale's Fifth Annual Old-Time Fiddle Contest will be held on January 12. ill Ihe Cloverdale Citrus Fair building, from 10:30 a.m. until evening. The contest i's being sponsored by the Cloverdale Historical Society to sup- port its museum fund. Contestants will start registering at 9::)am. Entry fees are $4 for the Open Division and .00 for Junior Divisions The Junior-Junior Division. to age It, a,d the Junior Division, 12 to 18 years, will lead off with the competitions at to:30 a.m. and after a lunch break, the Open Division will begin competition. Contestants will be competing for a total of $8.% in prize money. The Open Division will offer ten cash prizes with $3o0 for first place. There will be three cash prizes for each Junior Division. Trophies will also he awarded to the top winners in the three divisions and the oldest and youngest fiddler will receive a trophy. All contestants must play three tmles - a hoedown, a waltz, and a rune of choice which can he any style - classical, jazz, bllmgra, .i: anything goes. The tune of choice aot be judged. The flddlen may accompaniment for all  t Dr Robert m is ibitelty program director and Edith Thow.pmn will emcee. The judges will  Del McGrath, Sacramento; Evelyn , Redding; and Don Minnerty, i. Buffalo Bob Brittain will be at controls of his super sound istem, Bands making an appearance the day will include the Puol famWy e( Napa. a four piece band etl f bass. guitar, fiddle, anctmandolin.  appearing will be the Long Vll Pickers of Laytonville. The Cloverdale Rotary Club will I the snack bar and provide ps Admission to this all day event !I*.  for adults and $'2 under 12. For rm, ei, information, call Doe Qtam, (70'D 5103, Ruth Oeding, (707)  write to the Cloverdale Society, P.O. Box 433, Cloverdale,  95425. ii ,,...,.., v,....= ,,,, Every'one wants to ,help As a follow up to the articles about Steve Conolly and the Cloverdale High School Band, selected to attend the "International Festival" in Vienna, Austria, in 1980, and to keep you in- formed as to the progress being made to bring the miracle and dream of Vienna come true, the Cloverdale Reveille is reprinting a letter received by Mr. Connolly. So admired and esteemed by his collegues, 1980 is also the year Cormolly has been selected by his fellow professionals to conduct the "California All-State Honor Band." A historical first, it is the first time a high school teacher has been chosen. The Honor Band is usually conducted by a college level musician. Next week the Reveille will list suggestions and ideas on how the community and individuals might help make the Vienna project come true, and join in with the many friends of "The Remarkable Mr. C." e hapc for its success. Dear Friends. Congratulations to you and your fine group on the occasion of this invitation extended to you to at'tend the 9th In- ternational Youth and Music Festival. In 1980, the iation for In- ternational Cultural Exchange will welcome the 30,000th participant at this the 9th International Music Festival. This invitation comes to you as an award for achievement in your field of endeavour. We wish to expq our fervent hope that you and your group wiU beadle to accept this inwtatton aml participate. The city of Vienna, and the Federal Hqmblie of Austria invite you and your group toshare your music in the land of Music; the land of Mozart, Haydn, Schubert, Brahms, the Strauszes and so many more. Our experience during the past eight years with the many thousands of young Americas that have participated in preeeeding In- ternational Youth and Mtmic Festivals warrants our anticipation of a splendid performance from yotw nation's young people. Your group has been soieted as the recipient of this invitation, and we fervently hope you will be able to attend. We rluest the courtesy of your reply before January 25, 1980, ad- dressed to our official representative, lntropa International. , In order t+ facilitate the delivery of this invitation to you and your group, we have arranged for it to be prated. from the United States of America. The complete arrangements for the Festival are being worked on in all detail, the enclotud being only the preliminary summary. We look for- ward to having your group participate with us in the "Musical Olympics" in Austria. We believe you will find a rich and Iruiy rewardir International, Educational eperienee awaiting you. We hope to greet you in Vienna, and are very much looking forward to it! With t regard=. Dr. Aleuader Gtese Pres. fer the Aslation r Interaatimmi Cultural Exchange Also reprinted is a quote from second letter to Connolly by Managing Director of Intro ternatinnaI-U.S.A., Andrew P. Gibe, "Throughout Europe, mite plays l dominate role in life; regardless of al, profession, or education. Thi= feeli toward music is somewhat dlffa'eat from the American scene; where ap. preelation of music is often limited to groups of people with very  : cultural tastes. The youn mmic student can be swayed . pressure to lose interest, or direction of his musical talents d these facts. The teen formulhlS ideas in direct relation to tl vironment in which he is placL opportunity for the Amerln N be placed in an environme music is paramount, and an 1 part of daily life, is truly a rare I The Viennese Youth & Musle Festival, : held under the patromq[e of the  of Vienna and the Austrian M Education, brings bands,  orchestras from around the w to atmosphere devoted entirely to I', listing the may walt= in you may wish to to help the