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rth Annual & Ewe Sale Id Sat. and held in 24 day 9 will Ford Farm Ewe will be Also, siring a Collie and Win it. 1960 Tom Vice Olson, arv: Charles Rainnoldi, Clover- dale, Treasurer; Ernest Brodersen, Petaluma, Sale Manager. There are 171 rams con- signed to the Sale. The sheep lineup at the Cloverdale sale includes 26 head of Columbia rams; 37 head of Corriedale rams; 21 head of Dorset rams, 80 head of Suffolk rams and 7 head of Targhee rams. Additionally, 150 head of whiteface yearling range ewes, 13 head of registered Suffolk ewes, five head of registered Dorset ewes and two head of registered Columbia ewes have been consigned to the sale. The Consignors include: COLUMBIAS- Brodersen Columbias, Petaluma; George L. Crane and Sons, Santa Rosa; E&B Ranch, Willton; Fisher Family Farm, Covelo; Deborah L. King, Petaluma; and Albert Prather, Booneville. CORRIEDALES-Dante A. Calvi Bodega; Henry L. Larry Ford and his son from Arcata are entering their Suffolk Rams again this year at the Cloverdale Ram Sale to be held Saturday at the City Park. Crane, McArthur; Lee Crane, McArthur; Tom Crane, Santa Rosa; Merritt Ford, Arcata; Greg L. Hale, Petaluma; Susan Crane Taylor Ger- SUFFOLKS-Dante Calvi, denerville, Nev; and Jodie Dodega; Collis Suffolks, Veale, Etna. Vacaville; Richard Crane, DORSETS - Todd Brown, Santa Rosa, Phil Edmonds, Santa Rosa; Bruce H. Healdsburg; Larry Ford, Campbell, Healdsburg; Collis Arcata; Merritt Ford, Ar- Suffolks, Vacaville; "J&J cata; David Frey, Santa Ranch, Elmire, L.T. Luckert, Rosa; J&J Ranch, Elmire; Philo; Steve& Elaine Olson, Paul and Kathryn Lewis, Santa Rosa; Stony Point Upper Lake; Terry Lindiey, Ranch, Petaluma; and Chuck Healdsburg; James E. Ream, Willits. Neumiller, Geyserville; Parker Suffolks, Cloverdale; Chuck Ream, Willits; Timothy L. Roscoe, Petrolia; Todd A. Roscoe, Petrolia; Shoreline Ranch, Tamales; and the Tesconi Family, Santa Rosa. TARGIIEE-F.M. & Helen Burrows, Orland; and Evan Winn, Wilton. Final Lamb bake-off results Grand prize winner of a whole American USDA lamb, cut and wrapped - Mrs. Jane Slater, St. Helena, with her Lamb Shanks recipe. 1st runner-up winner of a half of an American USDA lamb, cut and wrapped- Mrs. Marion Bowers, St. Helena, with her Lamb Cubes and Artichokes. 2nd runner-up winner of a half of an American USDA N tice lamb, cut and wrapped - Mr. James Drake, Santa Rosa, with his Jim's Rack of Lamb Curry. 3rd runner-up winner of a Sheepskin rug - Mr. Milton Feldstein, San Rafael, with his Lamb Shanks - Pressure Cooker. Wednesday, May 21, 1980 - Page 3 CRI enthusiastically supports Kahn Sonoma County's leading organization for the severely disabled today announced its enthusiastic support for Brian Kahn. Democratic candidate for Congress. Communffy Resources for Independence, (CRI), provides training and assistance to the severely disabled to enable them to become self-sufficient citizens. Chip Erickson, President of the Board of Directors of CRI, said Kahn's per- formance as Sonoma County Supervisor was a key factor in his receiving CRI's sup- port. "Brian has worked hard to get services to the people who need them. Confronted with tight budgets, he has con- sistently supported the work of community-based, non- bureaucratic service delivery," Eriekson said. Citing Kahn's record of support for accessible public transit, public buildings and out-reach facilities, Erickson concluded, "Brian Kahn has proven his commitment to the disabled. He has earned our support." Local blood drive in Cloverdale May 27 For the convenience of the blood donors in the Clover- dale area there will be a local blood drive Tuesday, May 27. The drive will be held at the Citrus Fairgrounds and all interested persons are invited to donate. Donors hours will be 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. The donors will have an added treat this time. A spaghetti dinner will be served to all donors. Most people between the ages of 17 and 65, who are in good health and weigh over 110 pounds are eligible to donate. 17 year aids must have written permission from parent or guardian. Before donating, a medical history is taken and a "mini- physical" given (tem- perature, blood pressure, pulse and hemoglobin) to determine an individual's eligibility. Donors must be symptom free of a cold or flu for a full seven days prior to donation and may not have had dental work within 72 hours. (In- cluding teeth cleaning). For further information call Marie or Bill VandeFriff 894-3276 or Agnes or DOn Halbert 894-3479. Whistle no longer blows Cloverdale's town whistle no longer blows every day at noon because citizens complained the noise bothered them, according to the city council. PoLice Chief Rod Persons noted he has received an equal number of inquiries about why the whistle no longer blows daily. The whistle, which is still used to signal fire and rescue responses, is tested on Mondays. Jm, previous Ram Sale held in Cioverdale. feed for blood donors Club of up 27th With Cam- munity Blood Bank, (he Lions will be serving a spaghetti dinner, including salad and french bread free to all those special people who give blood between 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. at the Citrus Fair. Those who accompany donors but are unable to give themselves may purchase dinners for $1.50. ents estimated million will program is intended to en- in courage a producer to im- prove the quality of wool. A of grower's incentive payment with is determined by multiplying ae- the payment rate times the net dollar return received U.S. from the sale of wool. Fitzgerald also said the payment rate will be $1.15 per hundredweight on unshorn lambs sold or slaughtered in 1979. This payment is to compensate growers for wool on live lambs they market. The payment is based on the shorn wool payment rate, the average weight of wool per hundredweight of lambs and the price of lamb's wool relative to the national average price for shorn wool. Deductions of 2 cents a pound from 1979 shorn wool payments and 12/z cents per hundred pounds of liveweight from 1979 lamb payments will be made to finance ad- vertising, sales promotion a.,d related market ments Wool 15 r a the the 1979 tO 45.0 the Wool development activities. These deductions were ap- proved by a 75.3 percent favorable vote by sheep producers voting in an August 1978 referendum. No payments will be required on 1979 marketings of mohair as the average of $5.10 a pound received by growers was above the an- nounced support level of $1.94 a pound. Steve Connolly's annual Spring Concert will be held on Thursday, May 22, at 8 p.m. in the Girl's Gym at the Cloverdale High School. This is an opportunity for all the people who helped with the "Miracle of Vienna" project to hear the entire band play. There is no charge. Eleventh annual Art Exhibit The Cloverdale Art Commission's llth Annual Arts and Crafts Exhibit will be held again this year on Sunday, June I, I0 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Citrus Fair's Arts and Craft Building. The Show will feature over forty local artists. There will be oil paintings, watercolor paintings, photographs, decorative and tale painting, ceramics, wood carving, jewelry, stone carving and stained glass and more! As in the past, the viewing public will do the judging by means of a ballot they will be handed on entering the exhibit hall. At the end of the show the ballots will be tallied and awards given out to the first three most popular art items. A water color painting by Jim Smith, a popular Santa Rosa artist, will be on display. "The laws for REPAYMENT TO THE VICTIM are there. In the law books... I Intend to DUST THEM OFF AND USE THEMI" VOTE FOR JUNE 3 JUDGE Paid for by Byrne for Judge Box 4168, Santa Rosa, CA 95402 Mary Sivertson, Treas I Cloverdale ,, RAM SALE COLOR REPRINTS TMRE;Ay c ' from your favorite SA 2 4 "::.., color 9=OOa.m. RedwoodErnpireDog Trials Sheep onesizeonly 11:30 a.m. Lamb Barbecue L  ,j, SPECIAL ,.oo p.m. ,ou ,uo,oo..r 5'or 69 Selling 175 Top Quality Rams  Suffolks Dorsets * Coriedales Targhees *Columias [" i,.p-x4o O.=rExp*r: May'31, 1980 20 Registered Yearling Ewes 120 Whiteface Yearling Ewes (In Pens of 10) ALL BUYERS AND CONSIGNERS ARE ELIGIBLE FOR" BORDER COLLIE PUPPY DRAWING For Information: ERNIE BRODIERSEN, Secretary 2M Sklllman Line, Petlluml, California 94951 17171 7&2.1174