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December 31, 1980

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Wednesday- December 31, 1980 Page 3 warned about Year's Eve driving drunk driver continue to be a one menace to all motorists. New Year's Eve upon us, the nia State Association and the California Patrol have a joint effort to drinking driver off for the benefit of Echoing Patton's con- cern, Commissioner Craig outlines what the ClIP will be doing during New Year's to curb those driving under he influence: "'Our program this year is a two-fold one," states Commissioner Craig. "First, we intend to focus very heavily ona media campaign and, second, we will be increasing our en- forcement efforts to Richard V. .throughout the State." ! president of the The media campaign, 2 million member :'hich includes the TV auto club, news film, is designed to effort will include convince the driving public educational ap- not to drink and drive. The efiforcement by increased enforcement where necessary, efforts are aimed at those nmportant to who aren'l convinced and says Patton, insisl on driving while 46 percent of drinking anyway. fatal auto Craig goes on tosay that drinking CHP officers win" -be A favorite with the crowd at the Fiddle Contest is !) year old fiddler. Ah'a lngram of Boonville. During last year's especially vigilant in Fiddlers' there were 88 selecled areas in the Stale in only four and a where Ihey know they can Contest - an all-lime high have an impact. Continued from page I Junior division,, to cost 6f.. drunk "While we hope that the age 11, and the Junior in grief, pain, drinking motorist will stay division, 12 to 18 years will oney - is off the highway, we will be lead off with the com- petitions at 10:00 a.m. and table," continued arresting every person that after a lunch break, the "And at no time is we encounter who has been adults will begin corn- felt more deeply drinking and insists on the holidays, driving this holiday season" petition. Contestants will be do what we concludes Commissioner the drinking Craig. competing for a total of the highway." .,-3 look closely you can see Frank Rose placing the new cross on the United Church of Photo by Janice. sen speaks anker's Association Banker's meeting in Don called for a more mature ) with our neigh- the Western ,m urged the inistration to k renewable energy network stage for a Market " of the Clausen also inflation interest the nation's Clausen then outlined the "mature partnership" he feels the Reagan Ad- ministration should seek: -"On our side, a strong commitment to assist and cooperate, as requested, in dealing with the problems of growth and change in the Americas." -"On the side of the Latin Americans,, a gi'owing sense of constructive natienalism and maturity in making a better life for their own people. As this partnership develops and mellows with time, we not only will help each other, but strenghen the quality of our political, social and economic in- stitutions that bind us together in the Inter- American Sustem." "The establishment of a renewable energy and Continued on page 15 I00,l'v[ CliO, iF(liLY the "mature approach he see be taken by Administration zrged that the do not wish to upon as your prefer to be all the relations and the nations $1,010 in prize money. The adult divisions will offer eight cash prizes for each of the two contests. There will be three cash prizes for each of the two Junior divisions. Trophies will be awarded to the top winners and the oldest and youngest fiddler will receive a trophy. All contestants will be judged on two tunes -- a "lhe littlest fiddler last year was 4 year old Tiffany Pierce of Redding. Photos by Janice. hoedown and a waltz. The fiddlers may have an ac- dompanist if desired. Ac- companists for the adult divisions will be charged $2.50 and $2.00 for the Junior divisions. Dr. Robert Quam is publicity and program director and Edith Thompson will emcee. Buffalo Bob Brittain will be a the controls of the sound Randy Pollard, won the junior division contest last year and was also a national champion of the I') and under fiddlers. , I V hal get s you colder: l he weal her or high gas prices ? What gets you warmer? t Fn er Free yourself from high healing bills this winter.. Buy a Fisher Wood Stove You can't afford not to ! T Glass Rentals 204 .Cloverdale Blvd 894-3080 I Nellie Gallardo, Michael Sedeno and Manuel Gallardo Friday, January 2, from 6 to 9 p.m. Mama Ne/lle'S MEXICA N RESTA URANT Enjoy a FREE Mexican slyle buffet featuring Mama Nellie's own special dish, champagne and wine. 117 N.Cloverdale Blvd. 894-3285 svstem. , The" Cloverdale Rotary Club will man the snack bar and provide parking. Ad- rission to this all day event is $4 for adults and $2 for under 12's. For further information, call Dec Quam (707) 433-5103 Ruth Oeding (707) 894-3495, or write to the Cloverdale Historical Society, p. O. Box 433 Cloverdale Ca. 95425. JANUARY Pharmacy 894'5206 ctEnean VITAMIN C COLOR REPRINTS All Fall and Hoh-doy Fashions Develov & Print (Color Roils) 12 exp'. rolls $2.79 ' 20 exp. rolls 3.99 24 exp rolls $4.79 36 exp. roils $6.59 Men's shirts and coats Women's coordinated outfits, tops, pants Starts January 2 Webb's Fashions Ill E. First St. 894-5786 We provide the me Ilak pqpev_ J g=ed k)oiu TRY OUR HANDY DRIVE-UP WINDOW LOWEST COST FOREIGN AUTO REPAIR SERVICE Comparel Healdsburg $32 hr. Santa Rosa $36 hr. JOE TORVICK REPAIR SERVICE Hour We service all makes and models. foreign and domestic. Why drive out of town when all you need i$ right here at JOE TORVICK CHEVROLET ---JEEP 27000 Asti Rd. , Asti 894-2571