Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on January 29, 1978 · Page 3
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 3

Ukiah, California
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Sunday, January 29, 1978
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' ' ' Sunday, January 29, ,1978 Ukiah Daily Journal, Ukiah, Calif.— 3 State Fdrrti Bureau endorses Eel River development IS THIS THE PERFECT HORSE? Show judge jokingly said Jeff the Clydesdale, above, was. Horse schooling show results are announced BERKELEY - The state's largest farmer organization has strongly endorsed the "concept of developing the water of the Eel River." ' That concept is, incliided in legislation proposed earlier this week in Sacramento. It 'Would provide for ai $3.6 billion bond issue to build Eel River dahis and other projects to provide 2-million acre-feet of "new" water for protection of the Delta and for crops and OPEN DAILY9:30-9 SUNDAY 10-7 SUNDAY MONDAY ion proposed in Sfacramento people in the Central Valley and Southern California. , Theboard of directors of the California Farm Bureau Federation voted to endorse, in general, the conce{)t of water development as' encompassed in legislation proposed by State Sen. William Campbell and assemblyman Dan Boatr Wright. . • , "We support the concept of developing the water of the Eel River," the board said in a motion by Joe Russi, IV, of Ferndale, Humboldt County. . Russ, who represents the Eel River watershed on thfe board, noted that northwestern' California -needs the flood control on the Eel that water development there would bring. The CampbellrBoatwright plafi is generally s^n as an alternative to SB 346, the so- called Peripheral Canal bill, which is Gov. Brown's water plan for the state through the year 2000. The Farm Bureau has been opposing that bill, contending it does not guarantee construction of a delta transfer facility and would result in less, rather than more, wMer b^lng available to transport south of the delta because of huge allocations made to improve water quality in the Delta and Suisun Marsh. Along those lines, the Farm reiterated its Bureau board opposition to SB 346 "as presently drafted." The board said it would' oppose the bill until guarantees are included which Would prohibit further water quality enhancement in the delta until an acceptable, watj^r transfer facility is actually built. "We reiterate our opposition to SB 346 as presently drafted," the board said in its motion. The Redwood Empire Quarter.Horse Association has announced the winners i at their recent schooling show which was held at the Rainbow Ranch Indoor Arena in tndah. The show had been planned for some time, and, althou^ the recent heavy rains in the area gave the show management ' some nervous moments and exhibitors had very little timfe in which to work and conditton their horses, the REQHA feels that the show was very successful and they hope to plan another one in the near future. Horse Show day dawned bright and ^clear and brought out many of the local horsepeople to not only show but as spectators.. The show started out on a light note as the judge. Donna Thornton of Sebastopol, Ijrought in, the above picture with the remark that judges today are looking for pleasure horses with size and color and she feels that she has found just the horse! Actually, it is a picture of Jeff, one of the famous Budweiser hors^, and he weighs in at two tons and stands 19.3 hands tall or 79 inches. Jeff is also a fan of his owners and drinks Budweiser beer every chance he gets. The winners of the classes at the Open Schooling Show are as follows: SHOWMANSHIP AT HALTER, 12 and under: Roamie Weagant, Lisa Hamson. 18 and over: Carole Jacobsen, Marge Wilbur, Al Jacobsen, Carolyn Dominques, Barbara Johnson. MPDEL HORSE: FERSH, Sharon Azevedo: DIDO LASS, Barbara Johnson; O'DIVER, Carolyn Dominques; LO^A, Karen Gq,oper;DYNATWIST, Catherine Ford: BAREBACK EQUITATION: Carol Jacobsen, Roamie Weagant, Alice Thomkins, . Lisa Hamson, Al Jacobsen. WESTERN EQUITATION!! 12 and under: Lisa Hamson, Roamie Weagant, Alice Tomkins, Micki Gardenhire. 13 thi-u 17: Julie Canep^,, Mary Whitlock 18 and over: Sharon Anderson, Carole Jacobsen, Marge Wilbur, Al Jacobsen, John Gardenhire. GIMMICK PLEASURE: SIZZLING SCOOTER,-^ Dore Madden; FERSH, Sharon Azevedo; PENOUCHE BAR, Juli Canepa; FOO FOO CHU, Usa Hamson; TINY BLUE, Roamie Weagant. WESTERN PLEASURE, MAIDEN HORSE: SHASTA Mary Whitlock; LONA, Karen Cooper; MAJESTIC MELINDA, Joannfi'>^yander Stoep. c NEW BOOKS) By SHARON CANTRALL Thfe Animali Factory, by Edward Bunker. Bunker has written a strong, honest book about the penal system as a factory that turns out human animals, and about the personal relationships that can survive in spite of the inhumanity and pain. The Art of Adoption, by Linda Burgess. While Mrs. Burgess directs her compassionate message to three groups of people — the adopted, their foster parents and their birth parents —her book should fascinate even those who are not involved in the adoption process. Building 6: The tragedy at Brldesburg, by Willard Randall & Stephen Solomon. Two award winning investigative journalists ferret out the deadly story which started in the early 1960's at a chemical works in Philadelphia. Many deaths from lung cancer took place but it took 10 years to dose the vats on the deadly carcinogenic bi-chloromethyl ether. Glendraco. by Laura Black. A darling of a first novel. The characters here are so quirky and varied that this adds up to« the real thing in romantic adventure. The Hurricane Wake, by Rosalind Ashe. Raised in J3maica\Ashe skillfully uses her knowledge of the islanders' voodoo culture to mesh the supernatural and the real, with flesh-crawling results. Inside the Alaskli JPipeline, by Ed McGrath. McGrath is more of an insider than most observers reporting from Prudhoe Bay. And what he has to say is eye-opening, non- strident and full of the wry humor of a worker one-upping the bosses as he write? about the waste, inefficiency, featherbedding, boredom, booze; pot-smoking, racisnni and sexism of camp life. Public Burning, by Robert Coover. This most tallied about book focuses on the trial, conviction and execution of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg as atom bomb spies at the time of the Korean War. NOVICE HORSE^: SIZZLING SCOOTER, Dore Madden; RAPID CHARGER, Marge Wilbur; SHASTA, Mary Whitlock; SENOR ROJO, John Gardenhire. 12 and under: FOO FOO CHtJ, Lisa Hamson; TINY BLUE, ROAMIE WEAGANT: RUBI FApJUR, Micki Gardenhire, MAJESTY, Alice Tomkins. 13 thru 17: PENOUCHE BAR, Juli Canepa; SHASTA; Mary Whitjlock. 18 and and over: SIZZLING SCOOTER, Dore' Madden; DRUZIIC, Al Jacobsen; SEIN SABIO, Carol Jacobsen; RAPID CHARGER, Marge Wilbur PENOUCHE-BAR, Sharon Anderson. TRAIL CLASS NOVICE: PENOUCHE BAR, Juli Canepa; SIZZLING SCOOTER, Dore' Madden; SHASTA, Mary Whitlock; BRANDY, Patrick Murphy;.. ROCKING RED ROYAL, Leroy Gish. OPEN TRAiL: DRUZIIC Al Jacobsen; PENOUCHE BAR, Juli Canepa; RUBI FADJUR, Micki Gardenhire; BRANDY, Patrick Murphy. ENGLISH EQUITATION, 12 and under: Lisa Hamson, Roamie Weagant, Micki Gardenhire. 18 and over: Alice Belvin, Marge Wilbur, Carole Jacobsen, .Sharon Anderson, Sharon Azevedo. ENGLISH PLEASURE NOVICE: GOLD CHABLIS, Alice Belvin; R2 D2, Sharon Anderson, SIZZLING SCOOTER, Mitzi Whitley. 12 and under: FOO FOO CHU, Usa Hamson, TINY BLUE, Roamie Weagant; RUBI FADJUR, Micki Gardenhire. 18 and over: 5EIN SABIO, Carol Jacobsen; RAPID CHARGER, Marge Wilbur; GOLD CHABLIS, Alice Belvin; R2 D2,' Sharon Anderson; SIZZLING SCOOTER, Mitzi WhiUey. The Redwood Empire Quarter Horse Association wishes to thank all exhibitoi-s, spectators and everyone involved in the show. Henry W. Block "Saving you money. 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