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Section 1, page 6 - THE GRIDLEY HERALD - Wednesday, February 27, 1980 iii Little League signups Saturday Signups for Little League will be held this Saturday at 631 Virginia Street from 9 to 11 a.m. All youngsters must be eight by August I, but no older than 15 by that date, to participate. Those wishing to signup must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian and have a birth certi- ficate. Tri-Cities signups set this week Signups for Tri-Cities Softball will be held twice this week. Interested youngsters can signup Thursday from 7:30 to 9 p.m. in the Sycamore School Library or Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in front of Safeway. Youngsters must be accompanied by a parent or adult guardian and bring along a birth certificate. There are three divisions, pee- wee for boys and girls ages 7-8; minors for girls 9-12; and majors for girls 13-15. aster Week parks close Two state beaches and one state park have been taken off the state park campglotand reservation System because of recent storm damage to beach installations. The units, all now closed to the public, are Leo Carrilio State Beach in Los Angeles County, Seacliff State Beach in Santa Cruz County, and Point Mugu State Park in Ventura County. People who already have reser- vations at those campgrounds may be assigned campsites at nearby state park campgrounds if any are available, or they may request re- funds. Anyone who has reserva- tions for Easter week, one of the most popular camping periods of the year, is unlikely to find alter- native campsites available. At Leo Carrillo State Beach and Point Mu&u State Park, water supply systems and roads have been washed out. At Leo Carrillo, the restrooms have been damaged, much of the campground is covered with mud, and the beach is covered with debris. Repairs to both units will take several weeks, and perhaps months. At Seacliff State Beach, the high tides and surf have washed out the seawall and eight campsites and lhreaten all other campsites, the restrooms, and the day-use park- ing area. The concrete ship, which has been a popular fishing site, is severely damaged. State Park Area Manager Richard Menefee said the damage to the seawall and the ship is much worse than the damage caused by a similar storm in the winter of 1978. Repairs will require at least several months. Reservations for state park campsites may be made as early as 8 weeks in advance. To get a refund, without paying a cancellation fee, a campsite tic- ket holder must bring the ticket to the unit or mail it, with request for refund, to the unit at the ad- dress given on the reservation re- quest form.The addressses of the three units are: Point Mugu State Park, P.O. Box 2678, Oxnard, CA 93030; Leo Carrillo State Beach, c/o Point Mugu State Park; and Seacliff State Beach, 235 Santa Cruz Avenue, Aptos, CA 95003. d .... t ' *2 .... IN FINALS - Nine GHS matmen have qualified to wrestle in the NSCIF finals this Saturday in Redding. They are (front, I. to r.) Richard Sanchez, Dion wrestlers in New-town dilemmas fade after a WELCOME WAGON call. As your Hostess, it's my job to hel p you make the most of your new neighbor- hood. Our shopping areas. Community opportunities. Special attractions. Lots of facts to save you time and money. Plus a basket of gifts for your family. I'll be listening for your call. Pal- 046-3101 (Or Loretta i)owler 674-1691, Yuba City) I II I III I I Nine Gridley High School mat'- men qualified for the NSCIF finals in Redding this Saturday by lead- ing the Bulldogs to a second place finish in the Westside League Tournament last week. In the tourney, Orland easily came in first with 212 A points, followed by Gridley with 111. Rounding out the standings were Sutter, Wheatland and Corning. Two of the GHS qualifiers are freshman; Dave Luthy came in third in the 106 pound division while Richard Sanchez stunned the opposition and wound up first in the 136 division. Senior Robert Norman, wrestling at 178 pounds, was the other Grid- ley High first place finisher. Others qualifying were Ray Romero, second at 123; Dion Romero, second at 130; Jeff Souza, third at 148; John Tade, sec- ond at 156; Javier Avalos, third at 191; and Pete Montez, third in the heavyweight division. Benny Romero and Mike Carr also wrestled in the tourney, but did not finish in the top three. Gridley wound up the season at 4-1 in dual meet competition and 4-3 overall. The NSCIF Tournament is March 1 in Redding. Fish and Game Friday, March 7 . [FGC] Fish and Game Commission meeting, ift Sacramento. [Receipt of recom- mendations for 1980 mammal hunting and furbearer trapping regulations.] Wednesday, March 19 - [DFG] Close sport fishing season for spiny lobster. Thursday, April 3 - [FGC] Fish and Game Commission meeting in San Diego. Friday, April 4 - [FGC] Fish and Game Commission meeting, in San Diego. [Announcement of propos- ed 1980 mammal hunting and furbearer trapping regulations. J Our frames are guar- anteed for 3 years against breaks or bends. Romero, Ray Romero, and Dave Luthy; (back) John Tade, Jeff Souza, Robert Norman, Javier Avalos and Pet~Montez. ae~ B Banquet honors HONORED - Parents and friends of Gridley High School basketball flayers and wrestlers came out for a banquet Monday night to honor the athletes and coaches. The GHS varsity and JV cagers finished first in the WSL while the freshman squad wound up 9-9. The wrestlers were second in the WSL and have qualified nine matmen for the NSCIF finals to be held in Redding Saturday. Awards were also presented to individual athletes. For basketball (top photo, I. to r.) Kris K[ng was most improved, Richard Harp honored as the MVP and Ken Bird as the best defensive player, in the bot- tom photo, (1. to r.) wrestlers Richard Sanchez, district champion; Robert Norman, MVP; and Jeff Souza, most improved, were honored. Illl the or pull For more information contact Your Tractor Dealers in Gridley, or "We're working together to serve you!" 487 C Street. IlGG$. $U-12U I I Illl I III II El ir ' opening contest As the Gridley Bulldogs prepare for the NSCIF Championships, they received a big setback this week when leading scorer Andy Rodgers was disqualified from post season play. What happened was Rodgers was playing a City League game in Willows, one which he thought was a forfeit so it did not count. However, the game was not an- nounced as a forfeit. High School basketball players cannot participate in other organ- ized games during the season. If they do, they are automatically dis- qualified. Rodgers, a junior forward, is the Bulldogs' leading scorer and sec- ond leading rebounder. Coach Darcy Wingo said his players are going to have to be more selective in their shots and play tougher defense if they want to win the NSCIF title without Rodgers. The Gridley Bulldogs will have the opportunity to get a first-hand look at their NSCIF Champion- ships opponent this week when they take on Shasta Friday in the J.C. Nesbit Tournament in Oro- ville at 8:45 p.m. Shasta, which finished second in the Northern Athletic League be- hind undefeated Anderson, was named the wildcard team for the NSCIF Championships in Redding March 7 and 8. Gridley will open the ships against Shasta p.m. at Shasta College. while, Anderson will Eastern Athletic Chico, in the other boys' The next day, the girls' tion will be at 4 p.m., the boys' consolation, game, and finally, at 8:; the boys' championship The Bulldogs will tune championships by J.C. Nesbit end at Oroville High Bridge Street. Gridley opens agall Plumas Thursday at followed by a 9:30 p.m. against Oroville. Friday, they meet 6:30 and then will take at 8:45 p.m. The tourney concludes with the Bulldogs facing Tahoe at 5:45 and ManteO p.m. Gridley came in second tourney last year, where are 20 minutes long minute quarters. Final are figured on a point basis. Admission is $2.50 for and elementary students parent, and $1 for card holders and dents with a parent. Iate's duck numbers up California duck populations were up 17 percent from those for last year while the number of geese rose 62 percent, according to results from the annual midwinter waterfowl survey for 1980. In all, said the Department of Fish and Game 6,098,000 ducks were tallied in the census. As usual, pintails [3,750,800] were the most numerous of the ducks. Other major species were wigeon [726,900], shovelers [664,200] and mallards [424,200]. Although the total 1980 goose count of 524,000 showed a spec- tacular jump from that for 1979, DFG waterfowl coordinator Bob LeDonne pointed out that the count was 27 percent below the 25 year~ a~'efage. Of the 1980 total number of geese, an estimated 347,500 were snow geese. The winter survey, a cooperative effort of the DFG and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, is con- ducted annually at the close of the waterfowl hunting season. Census methods include aerial estimates of the main concentra- tion areas and ground counts in the outlying areas. LeDonne said that survey efforts this year were hampered by rain and fog. However, on Jan. 19 and Visitor Center offers program on state's snakes "Snakes of California," is the topic of the second pro'gram of the Spring Series scheduled this Sun- day, March 2, at 2 p.m. Ranger Holly White will give a general overview of snake life- styles, survival difficulties, and habitate adaptations. Some speci- fics regarding Rattlesnakes - Do's and Don't's - and snake bite first aid will also be focused upon. These programs are free to the general public; your attendance will be most welcome. The Visitor Center is located at the north end of Kelly Ridge Road. 680 Kentucky 8tr#et- Ph. 846-5634 REBUILTS. Fuel Pumps, Generators, Water Pumps, Starters Serving Gridley for over 25 years See Gridley's Special EDITION IN TODA Y'8 HERALD & THE GRIDLEY SHOPPING NEWSY 20, when the bulk of estimates were made, tions and visibility were Results of the number of birds that turning to nesting their wintering areas in Season for salmon looks When the boats out on the water, says ment of Fish and salmon sports anglers sh some limit fishing. Although the ocean~ sport fishing season Tomales Bay has been Feb. 16, the continuing, severe storms has ke~' ocean waters. There should be good off the perennial early spots such as Monterey the Duxbury area nrtl Golden Gate.. Pat O'Brien, senior biologist in charge of ent's ocean salmon the delayed opening up about the same as other words, fair to Although numbers year-old king salmon will average, primarily 1976-77 drought, mitigating factors, O'Brien. These include ClosureS by the "PacifiC" Fishery ment Council durin season and the b in 1977 of an million yearlings Sacramento River mitigate for the classes of 1976 and O'Brien says the DFG will closely monitor the assist in evaluting the ocean salmon stocks. continue, however, a ly limit because the deeply concerned source, for major expenses; repaid over several There are times when incLme from a season cannot cover desired im Intermediate-Term Loans from PCA to fill this need. "1-T" Loans for tractors, sprinkler systems, remodeling, improvement or other large purchases can be repaid over several years. Annual production expenses or major purchases, talk to your PCA about "Money Power" that will do the job. GRIDLEY 300 Spruce Street 846-6235 Jim Vierra, Br. Mgr.