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It will assure that the tninus any costs that quantities of grain that would at already been paid. have been shipped to the purpose is to profit Soviet Union willbe isolated i losses, not to from Ihe market and that 00rter proclaims {\\;00Itiona I Volunteer 00)i}od donor month ii':ent Jimmy Carter held at the Citrus './ with the American Fairgrounds wilh donors !tlltion of Blood Banks being drawn from 4 pro. - 7 member blood banks '-''' p.m. All interested persons #_,::'laiming January as* are invited to donate. ' ....l_al Volunteer Blood To qualify as a blood donor .:-.,:'lonth." Stressing the an individual needs to be in '!'. an adequate blood gcl health between the ages ::i...: the President urges of 17-66 t17 year olds must "::!':(iAmeriean who can to have written consent of :i'iii"a pint of blood." parenl or guardian;. Donors ":i'i;::,g that the United" muslweigha minimum ofll0 ",.'f;has "the finest blood pounds and be symptom free -(:" system in the ofacoldor flu fora full seven .;the President states days prior to donation. "P,lle success of such a Any dental work. including : depends on voluntary leeth cleaning within 72 hours donations from its prior to donation will defer a !!1" 'We continuetorely prospective donor. Donors :.,,, willingness of our are asked to have a meal i to fulfill our before donation. _k,'al compassion for Before donating, a medical ' [,,', 1 : . :2:' he said. hislory is taken and a "mini- t' xlent Carter hails physical" given (tem- : ' donors and invites _perature, blood pressure, who Ilave never pulse and homoglobinl to to do so during determine an individual's Y, traditionally a eligibility. .r:|when blood supplies Persons donating at the Cloverdale drive will be given /: due to the holiday a credit which may be used in convenience of the any number of ways. in the Clover- Fbr further information there will he a local call Marie or Bill Vande Griff drive on Tuesday 894-3276 or Don Agnes 99 The drive will be Hulberl 894-3479. ;:':::-:-::;::.:..,;.:.:.-.-.. ................... ...... ...........y........:4....:...:;...........:....:4...`.....:....: America's farmers will be in the same position as if the sales to the Soviet Union had gone forward "This action is uecessary 1o aviod significant disruptions Io Ihe cash and future markets, especially for corn and wheat, with consequent damage to Ihe interest of farmers." the Vice President said. None of the grain so pur- chased, the Vice President said. will he resold into the markel until it can he done without adversely affecting markel prices As already announced, the Department intends to use amounls of wheat equivalenl lo Ihe quantity that would have gone to the Soviet Union for shipments to needy nalions under the P.I. 480 program arid for the Food "k'curily Reserve that we have asked Congress to aulhorize. With respect to corn, our goal is to encourage farmers to place additional quantities into the farmer- owned reserve. Wednesday, January 16, 1980 - Page 15,, Vice President Mondale announces suspension of grain shipments to Soviet Union Following is the text of an announcement prepared for delivery by Vice President Walter F Mondale at the USDA Administration Building this afternoon "In the President's address to the nation Friday night, he announced that we were suspending shipments of gram to Ihe Soviet Union in excess of the 8 million tons per year that we are com- mitted to sell under the five- year grain agreement that expires next year As a result, approximately 17 million tons of grain ordered by the Soviet Union will not Afghanistan Like any strong action, the grain suspension is not without cost lo ourselves. Bul as the Presidenl said Friday nigh, he is determined lhat Ibis cost will be shared fairly by all of us. American far- mers are just as willing as other Americans to carry their share of the burden--but Ihe3,' must not be forced to carry au extra share just because the)' are farmers. Thai is why the Ad- ministration took a number of immediate actions to protect farmers from adverse price effects associated with lhe .f Agriculture to offer to purchase contractual obligalions for wheat, corn, and soybeans previously committed for shipment to lhe Soviet Union, The Comnlodity Credil Cor- poralion will assume these contracts at Ihe contract price minus any costs that have not already been paid. Our purpose is to protect against losses, not to guarantee profits. This grain will not be sold back into the markets until il can be done without unduly affecting I know that the President is " narket prices, personally gratified at thel This action, in combination many expressions of support with Ihosealready announced he has received from the . by Ihe Secretary of farm community Although i Agriculture on Saturday, will ensure that the quantities of gram that would have been shipped to the Soviet Union will be isolated from the market and the American farmers will face essentially the same set of supply- demand conditions as if the sales to the Soviet Union had gone forward. we are determined to see that  our farmers are not unfairly penalized by this suspension, . some sacrifices will be : required of everyone. Again, i i we will do the very best we can to make certain that these sacrifices are shared fairly." be delivered. in addition, he directed that no sales of high technology or olher strategic items will be licensed for sale to the Soviet take one additional step to Union until further notice make absolutely sure that our while we review our licensing farmers are not unfairly policy, penalized for an action thai is These are strong actions, in the besl interest of the The President took them enlire nation. To minimize because it is absolutely disruplions in the nation's crucial to force the Soviet grain markets and economic Union Io pay a heavy price damage to farmers resulting for Ihe aggression it has from the export suspension, chosen to commit in he is directing the Secretary suspension. The President has today Bork to run for Congress direcled Secretary of Agriculture Bob Bergland Io " Democrat Norma Bork made it official Monday when she announced she'll make another pitch for the congressional seat held by Rep. Don H. Clausen, R- Crescent City. Bork, 48, formally an- nounced in Napa county that she will seek the Democratic nomination for the Second Congressional District in June. She began campaigning immediately following the 1978 election. Bork, a Napa County college instructor, is expected to face Sonoma County Supervisor Brian Kahn and Lake County at- torney Peter Windrem in the Democratic nomination fight ' in the June primary vote. In her announcement Monday, Bork targeted the oil industry as her chief l campaign issue. She charged Rep. Clausen bows to the interest of oil companies. She i said the industry finances Clausen's campaign and:i Clausen, in turn delivers. ii STORE HOURS: DALLY 7:30 A.M. to 6:30 P.M. / Sunday 9 A.M. - 5 P.M. 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