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Page 2 - Wednesday, January 16, 1980 C]ovefda]e 00ved]e Established 1879 usps h,-m Published every Wednesday Geyserville PRESS Established 1934 112 West First Street Cloverdale, California 95425 (707) 894-3339 Gary L. Fawson ....... Publisher Tim Tanner .......... General Manager Janice Corey .......... Editor Yearly Subscription Rates Sonoma Lake and Mendicino Counties 9.00 Elsewhere in the United States 9.50 Editorial Respect for law and order What constitutes respect for law and order? Are we compelled to respect anct obey laws we do not believe in? The laws of our land are many and complex. : They have been enacted by elected officials to ; establish orderly conduct of the people of the nation, state and municipalities for the protection and security of the majority. These laws may be lust or unjust, they may be :outmoded and outdated, but they are still the laws. They are to be respected and obeyed and they should be changed as needed through the normal channels of dissent. Civil disobedience, a tactic which has proven successful in changing the laws, is still an im- proper mode of change. We, the citizens of the U.S.A. are fortunate to be able to cast our ballots for the men we feel will legislate the laws that we favor. If we do not elect the individuals sym- : pathetic to our view, it doesn't give us the license  to disregard the laws because we are not in ac- cord with them. In the preservation of this great system, we are b.ompelled to accept even those laws we feel are not in our best interest until such time as we can effect their change through the due pl ocess of the law. Some feel they can use civil disorder and d,sobedience to move their cause. They are correct, except that those who bypass the proper channels tend to destroy them. It is our feeling that those who cannot spend the time changing the laws and policies without ruination as their methods, show the ignorance of the intelligence they claim to possess. Respect for law and order by some has dwir k died to the point that enforcement of any law brings cries of police brutality. For you who cry "police brutality," we suggest you apply for the lob of those who malign you. Apply your love and compassion to law enforcement and hopefully you will live to tell of it. ,-.-,:.:...:.:..:.:...:....,:.:.:.:...:.:.:.............:,....:.....:.:.:...'...:.:.:.:.-...:.........:.:..:..,:.:.....-...:.-.:...-.-..:..:.-..'..'.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:....:.:.:..'..:.:.:.:..:....-.-. :. :.: .".:.: ..........-.-...-, ..-.......-..........................-..... ,. ,...-.-.-................: ..-.-.... Special 00scholarships Editor: Some 60 Japanese and American corporations and foundations have provided special scholarships for American students to live Cwith families this summer in "Japan. The Japan Project /iScholarship Program is sponsored by Youth for /Understanding, the largest "high school student exchange program in the world, which since 1951 has exchanged more than 75,000 teenagers. Youth for Understanding is an international, non-profit organization headquartered in Washington, D.C. The purpose of this special opportunity is to promote Letters to the editor. greater understanding between Japan and the U.S. by making it possible for teenagers to live overseas for two months with specially selected host families. Donors to the Japan Project Scholarship Program include many well-known American and Japanese concerns, among them the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, The Japan Foundation, the Japan Bankers Association, the Japan Foreign Trade Council, Datsun, Toshiba, Honda, SONY, Saiko, Toyota, Panasonic, and the Expo Fund. Please do not hesitate to contact me for further in- formation on the Japan Project Scholarship Program or Youth for Understanding programs. Sincerely, Max Bond Public Affairs & Development Youth for Understanding 3501 Newark St. N.W. Washington, D.C. 20016 Thank-you Editor: It is not very frequent that local nurses can obtain CE units for their licenses here in Cloverdale. It usually means driving as little as Santa Rosa or as far as Southern California. Recently Delores Crowley M.A., and Ruth Anderson R.N. presented a 9 hr. seminar on Alcoholism and Women for local nurses at Manzanita Manor. This was a Community service sponsered by Public Health and 7 hls of CE were given by S.R.J.C. to those attending. A favorite with the crowd was gS-year-old fiddler Alva Ingram, of Boonville. Photos by Janice Mrs. Crowleys excellent : understanding of theproblem kiwi and her co-worker Ruth Anderson's ability to "share their experiences provided a .......... full and fascinating 9 bout learning experienc of the  problem of alcoholism. I would like to say a public thank you for myself, my staff and the local nurses who saved gas, money and time, and didn't have to leave" Cloverdale to do it. Sincerely Roscann McEntee RN Randy Pollard. Whitmore. won the junior divisioe is also a national champion of the ,2 and un, 15 ...... ? ......... , ........................................................... . ............... ..... ............................................... .. ................. .. i Police Chief Rod Persons. Mayor Jack Domenichelli and Ray Donnelly helped man the snack bar at the Fiddle Contest Saturday. 1,400 fiddle listeners attend contest More than 1,400 listeners didn't let the storm keep them from attending Cloverdale's Fifth Annual Fiddle Contest held Saturday at the Citrus Fair Building. Fiddle fans who agree that audience for the fifth straight year with his version of "76 Trombones" and "Over the Waves". Ingram said his father traded a cow for the violin he was playing at the contest. there is nothing like "live Four il kee F ms I refen = the dinal utions Don Minnerly, Gualala; and Dr. Robert Q  our Sam Sloane, Sacramento publicity andjllea L evaluated the contestants on director and Edill I to au(henticity, rhythm and was the emcee, te me time. and tonal quality, to ai " - - - - - _ -: CO! era judges, Delbert  pipel CHIROPRACTOR Personal Injury Full Spine Technique Insurance Cases Physio Therapy eWorkmen's Comp Applied Kinesiology Medicare . Nutrition 109 S. Main St., Cloverdale For Appointment Call 894-3608 OFFICE HOURS: Monday thru Friday 9 6 Saturday 9 to noon O One Local Number For All Your Travel Needs Call Louise Andersen 194-4190 COMPLETE TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS - NO CHARGE .... , F0R 0UR SERVICE L{ -ravel Service ) 6920 COMMERCE BLVD ROHNERT PARK [795-6902] TERRY HAEHL /Vanagr mile north of Cloverdale on Ht!,i open Tues.-Sun. 10-6 894-4f YOU DESERVE THE BES The appointment of Rosemary as manager, and the addition to the staff of Cynthia Sealese a quality stylist and long-time resident of Cloverdale Cynthia Seal OPEN THURSDAY EVENI BY APPOINTMENT Sue's Salon 213 N. Main St., Cloverdale 894-2671 AT LAST !!! unEs N HARVE. NATURAL FOODS John and Mitzi Valera announce the birth of their son John Michael Valera, horn on January 5, 19CO at 11:56 a.m. Residents of Cloverdale for 2 years, they share their joy with grandma for the first time, Mercedes Green of San Francisco, grandfather, also for the first time, Ray S. Tait and his wife June of Sun- nyvale, grandmother of four, Births The new parents said they're starting the new year right with this bundle of joy! William and Melissa Cox announce the birth of a son born on Saturday, January 5, 1980 at 9:20 a.m. The infant, named Brady William Tylor Cox was born in the Healdsburg General Hospital. He weighed 8 Ibs. 1 oz. at birth and was 21 inches long. Dr. Edward F. Johnson For any information write to "Miracle of Vienna" P.O. Box 311, Cloverdale Ca. PARENTS ORGANIZE Parents and Band students met last Thursday night to discuss plans for the Vienna Angle Valera of San Fran- cisco, grandfather Fred. C. Valera and wife Carmen of Santa Ana, and great grandmother for the first time, Mercedes G. Regan of San Francisco and great- grandparents Glen and Marva Hayes of Nevada. Cloverdale High School Student Council met last week and voted unanimously to support fund-raising drives to help the "Miracle of Vienna" come true. A rally will be held at the High School in conjuction with a plan for community projects. trip since needed funds for the trip for the whole band have become a real possibility. Rich Pelligrini, selected as temporary chairman of a steering committee, was pleased with the parent turnout, the enthusiastic response and offers to work and. help in any and all projects. Official telephone numbers for the organization are: Jan Valera Cox Davies, 894-3859 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., "and Connie Seymour 8943469 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Both numbers will be ac- cepUng phone calls Monday through Firday and will he happy to accept any ideas, suggestions and-or donations to make the "Miracle of Vienna" come true for not only their children but for the entire Cloverdale High School Band. PASSPORT PHOTOS Mac McClure of Photography by Mac is of. fering to photograph (free) all students, parents, and chaperones to meet the requirement of passports. As soon as plans get underway, arrangements for photos will be made. Student Council votes to support Cloverdale H,gh School Band Registration is now un- courses, including language, weekdays from 9 a.m. to 4 derway for Spring Semester math, science and the arts, p.m. and evenings, Monday evening classes at Santa special interest classes, through Thursday, from6to9 Rosa Junior College. exercise and sports, p.m. Registration continues Students may also register through January 25 and will by mail. For mail Classes begin February 4, The Evening College office resume again on February 4, registration materials and and the Evening College in Bailey Hall on campus is . when late registrations will information about evening offers a wide range of accepting registrations be accepted through classes, call 527-4441. contest. The Cloverdale Historical Society, who sponsors the contest, uses the proceeds for its museum fund. Prize money totaling $895 was shared by 16 winners. Among the winners were: Tiny Moore, Sacramento, who won the open division competition. Winner of the Junior-Junior 12-year-and- younger division was Tricia Brown, Palo Cedro. Randy Pollard, Whitmore, won the junior division contest. He is also a national champion of the 12 and under fiddlers who competed recently at Weiser, Idaho. A favorite with the crowd was the littlest fiddler at the contest, 4-year old Tiffany Pierce of Redding who won the youngest fiddler at the Sacramento Fair in August. She is also a member of the Shasta Old-Time Fiddle Kids. Another favorite was 88 year-old Alva Ingrain, Boonville. He delighted his February 25, providing classes are not filled. fiddling", came from all over McGrath, Sacramento; i Sue's Salon ""' Registration underway for SRJC evening class' California to listen to 60 Evelyn Horner, Redding; ' fiddlers master their favorite tunes during the day-long is pleasedtoannounce