Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on July 5, 1974 · Page 9
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 9

Ukiah, California
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Friday, July 5, 1974
Page 9
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Friday, July 5, 1974 UKiah Dairy Journal, Ukiah, Calif.- DR. CHEW FISH YUEN, D.C., N.D., A.B., B.S., M.A., Ph. C. CONSULTANT: CHINESE MEDICINE V California License No. 8143 .' (Honor Lite President of the Chinese Herbical and Acupuncture Association of America - California Division) Life President 1 : (Chinese Herbical Research Institute of America) (Drs. Chew Yuen & Sons: Chinese Medicine Consultants Since 1858). Headquarters: San Francisco and Ukiah, California For appointments: Chinese Specialists - Ukiah Office OFFICES a BY APPOINTMENT ONLY - BY TELEPHONE |-T T r T A TT MO South Dora Street U JV I A H UWah. California 96482 Phone: 7C7-462-6865 Mondays & Fridays: 10 A.M. to 5 P.M. (ACRAMINTO ADDMIt ROOM 31 ,4 •TATC CAPITOL •••14 TlkKPHONI, 44S -.424 DISTRICT OFFICE 11444 VICTORY aOULCVARD •UITt 401 NORTH HOLLYWOOD •l «Ot TCLOHONd (111) »M.O*IO LOS ANOILE. OFFICE 217 wm FIRST imiT TCLIPHONCI •to.asao California laittre MIMIIR CALIFORNIA LCOISLATURB ' 41ND AlttMSLV DISTRICT LOI ANOILI* COUNTY BOARD OF RSOSNTS UNIVSRSITV or CALIFORNIA •OARD OF TRUSTSSS THE CALIFORNIA,STATS .WN.IVSRSITV AND COLL.OM CALIFORNIA CMIROSNCV COUNCIL BOB MORETTI SPEAKER OF THE ASSEMBLY April 22, 1974 Dr. Chew Pish Yuen Honor Life President of the Chinese Herbical and Acupuncture Association Of America - California Division 980 South Dora Street Ukiah, California 95482 Dear Dr. Yuen: Thank you very much for your kind translation for Dr. Noy Cho Lee. I sincerely appreciate your concern and efforts. May I congratulate you on your nomination as Honor Life President of the Chinese Herbical and Acupuncture Association of America - California Division. Your dedication and accomplishments are to be commended: Again, thank you for offering your services to translate correspondence if.necessary. If I may ever be^of any help t6Ly&uV blelse.! feel free to contact me. •-> Sincerely, BOB MORETTI BM:rba _ . _ ___ . _ _ . 613 CoUege Avenue W A lVT^ A K IIS A Santa Rosa, California 95404 O /XlTl J. /X L\yJlD£\ Phone: 707-542-1530 y Wednesdays: 10 A.M. to 2 P.M. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign University Library May 31, 197U Dr. Chew Fish Yuen 980 South Dora Street Ukiah, California 9k&2. Dear Dr. Tuen: We gratefully acknowledge the two copies,of your (Chinese Shorthand) transmitted to us from the Center for Asian Studies here. We have occasionally students (American Students) interested in ^ and bi^% and in 1 personally taught a course two years ago using the introductory text books by Wang Fang-yu of Yale. Your book is a valuable addition as there are very few materials in this field attractive enough and suitable for the requirements of American students. From the accompanying literature I see your multifarious interests and the thought occurs to me that you might perhaps be willing to stop over at our place to give us a ledture, be it on accupunture, Chinese medicine, or other China-related topics. We wonder whether you plan overland trips in the Fall of this year and would care to suggest a topic sufficiently general to interest a non-specialist audience? We would then also be able to show you our Chinese library, of which we are very proud, and a small collection of Chinese artifacts in our Museum. Hoping to hear from you in this respect and with renewed thanks for the books. ':•-». Yours faithfully, c ^ >- a*, -k Ernst Wolff, Librarian y ^ < Far Eastern Library University of Illinois The College of Nursing, Santa Rosa Jr. College June ,5, 1974 Chew P. Yuen, D.C., M.A., PhC. 980 South Dora Street Ukiah, California 95482 ' Dear Dr. Yuent I want to take this opportunity to congratulate you on a job well done when you came to the Santa Rosa Junior College on May 21, 1974 to lecture to the nursing students on the art of "Acupuncture and Moxibus-, tion." " • . I found it to be a very informative and rewarding experience, in that it helped us, students and instructors alike, to better understand the phenomena and technical arts of acupuncture, moxibustion, and Tai Chi Chuan. It is with much gratitude and heartfelt thanks that you, your secretary, and your associate had the time and interest to help us to realise the intraoacies of this art. Pleass also thank your associate for his demonstration of Tai Chi Chuan. His movements were very fluid and beautiful to observe. The whole impact of what acupuncture can do and has done for many people can not be described or justified, were it not for your outstanding demonstration of your ability to perform acupuncture that resulted in a seemingly "miraculous cure," before our very own eyes, of a man with painful bursitis, a girl with sinusitis, and even a congested asthmatio lady. Please accept our thanks and gratitude for your sacrifices in coming to speak and demonstrate acupuncture to our nursing students at Santa Rosa Junior College. Sincerely and with much humble gratitude* Angler L. Wong-CSvNT TSgffe A* Leepeaf JkN. • Rarerty, R.W. ' ^"forn/a, June Approved for Publication by the Representatives of the Chinese People of The United States of America. •« «• And for those Individuals, who are in various positions and departrnents who JYleSSaffe: should understand, may I quote: "He who continuously sling mud at his 0 competitor only loses more ground" 1 By Dr. Chew Fish Yuen

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