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Alaskan seafood benefit sale Grace Lutheran Churcll Group is sponsoring a sale seafood and advance Save ?ou Year, make sure you are I the Proper tax form. Even ~ filed the Short Form last YOur circumstances this help ~ =y g Form. At H&R we'll review your tax sit- to decide which form al- )u to Pay the lowest legit- TAX PEOPLE 950 Hazel St. Weekdays, 9-5 Sat., AVAILABLE 846-4741 orders are now being taken at Spruce Drugs, Bremer Hardware and the Magic Needle. The Trans-Alaska Company truck will be parked at one corner of Highway 99E and Spruce Street February 28 and 29 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. A portion of every dollar spent goes to sending the youth group to a youth gathering at Fort Collins, Colorado. For more information, call Susan Smith at 695-2364 or Sheri Doering at 695-3371. Dance in Gridley Memorial Hall is this Friday The Gridley Dance Club will hold a dance on Friday, February 29 from 8 to 11 p.m. in Gridley Memorial Hall. Music will be by Sam Lasell and his combo. A donation of $1.50 will be ask- ed. This donation will include refreshments. NEW RANGER - Arlen B. Cartwright of Oroville has been appointed Ranger-in-Charge of the C.D.F. Butte Ranger Unit. Cartwright, 42, replaces Robert Paulus who was recently promoted to Assistant Director of the Department of Forestry in Sacramento. Born in Grass Valley, Cart- wright started his C.D.F. career in 1956 in Nevada County. He now lives in Oroville with his wife, Ida and son, Alan. e mmun: O on nlcs H&M Indoor- Outdoor CORNER, HIWA Y 70 .( i, !.nt to 5' p.m. Pit NG-5505 ,ROBINSOrS CORNER SPROUSE I=IEITZ STORES 8 x I0 PORTRAIT The Butte County Health De- partment will sponsor immuniza- tion clinics for measles, mumps and rubella in Oroville and Para- dise. These clinics will be in Oroville on Wednesday, February 20 from 3 to 4 p.m. in the Municipal Audi- torium at 1200 Myers Street and in Paradise on Friday, February 22 from 2:30 to 4 p.m. at 5734 Olive Street. Immunizations are free, but a parent must accompany minor children in order to sign an immu- nization consent form. Other peo- ple, such as grandparents, baby- sitters and the like may not be per- mitted to give consent in the par- ent's place. Those 15-18 years of age living away from home and responsible for their own affairs may give their own consent. Parents may call the Health Department in advance to make arrangements if they cannot accompany the child. Measles, mumps and rubella have been declining in Butte Coun- ty as they have throughout Cali- fornia. The evident cause is the level of immunization among young children, the group most likely to get the diseases. Prevention of the diseases is available through measles-mumps- rubella vaccine given at about 15 months of age. The Health Depart- ment provides vaccine combining all three in one dose as well as a vaccine to protect against both measles and rubella. Other vaccines available at the Health Department clinics include polio vaccine (given to those 8 weeks to 18 years), diphtheria-per- tussis-tetanus (for those 6 weeks through 6 years), tetanus-diph- theria (for anyone 7 years through adult). For more information call 872- 2961 in Paradise or 534-4341 in Oroville. BEEF CHUCK, HINDQUAR- TER AND RUMP CUTS, such as chuck roasts and steaks, as well as cuts from the round, are delicious and thrifty choices for braising. For this method of cooking, the beef is first browned slowly in a heavy utensil, then seasoned. A small amount of liquid is then add- ed and the utensil covered tightly. Finally, the rbeefis cooked at a low temperature, either on top of the range or in the oven, until tender and delicious. The flavorful pan juices may be thickened for an ac- companying gravy or sauce. Only )l )lui llx (+ 50g film surcharge) ILDREN, ADULTS, GROUPS--ONE SPECIAL OF EACH PERSON SINGLY 88*, GROUPS 88 PER F~ERSON SELECT FROM FINISHED COLOR PORTRAITS COURTEOUS SERVICE ONE SPECIAL PER SUBJECT. ONE COUPON SPECIAL PER FAMILY. FAST DELIVERY WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY, FEB. 27-28 0:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (lunch 1 to 2) 542 Washiqton Street, Gridley (~ :. a;" 2d- THI Wed., Feb. 2 SHOWS - 6 & 8 p. Butte County Fairgrounds Perennials can be planted throughout most of the year and for fillers in the garden or cut flowers they can't be beat. Attrac- tive in any garden are the white and blue flowers of the agapan- thus, the blue eam- punula and columbine and the white Shasta daisies in all sorts of varieties. Check your nursery for young plants of these peren- nial flowers. Shade trees are still available in bare root. These trees establish themselves quickly, are easy to handle and are usually less expensive than their container grown counterparts. l,ess sail; better health Here are some tips to help you and your family cut down on the salt in your diet. Remove the salt shaker from the table. When family members re- quest it, suggest they try a few bites before adding any. Worchestershire and steak sauces are high in salt content. Replace them with sauteed mushrooms. Canned cream soups have salt added. Make your own milk-base soups instead. Substitute white sauce for condensed soups in cas- seroles. Cut salt amounts in favorite rec- ipes in half. If no one notices the reduction, cut further next time. Avoid bouillon cubes or granules by making your own rich stocks from bones. Replace salt-laden pickles on the sandwich plate with fruit spears o1" crisp, fresh vegetables. if your family insists on adding salt at the table, prepare meats and vegetables without any salt. SECRET WITNESS tity of the caller is kept absolutely SECRET. THE HAS TO GIVE HIS/HER NAME. $50.00 to $500.00 are offered for information about local crimes. The tre paid upon arrest and conviction. ,ow you can give information and receive a reward: Witness - 846-61.98. dn all the information you know. YOU DO NOT HAVE TO YOUR NAME. will be given a code number which is necessary to claim *.... DO YOU HAVE INFORMATION ABOUT THESE CRIMES? - Residence, occured 12/8/79 DAYTIME, Hwy Dist. Stolen: Guns, jewelry, stereo, dinnerware, equip. Value: $2400. -Residence, occured 12/12/79 DAYTIME, Ave. Stolen: Guns, jewelry. Value: $1300. - Residence, occured 11/8/79 DAYTIME, Hwy Dist. Stolen: Guns, T.V., jewelry. Value $3200. - Residence, occured 10/30 or 31/79 DAY- Hastings Ave., Biggs. Stolen: Power tools, polished , and jewelry making material (ie) sterling silver. Value lET WITNESS IS OFFERING $200 FOR IN- ABOUT THESE "DAYTIME" CRIMES. of these loses were yours, they might have Be alert, and ask your neighbors to be alert! HEALTH from Frank QUESTION: What makes my husband's head jerk sometimes, just as he falls asleep? ANSWER: You're bored and you start to doze. Your head sinks almost to our chest. Suddenly your head jerks back up, like a ball on an elastic cord. This quick ,tion wakes ou- or so it seems. What really waked you was the pull of gravity when your head fell down- ward. Your brain instantly }erceived that your head was in an unnatural posi- tion that's not suited to sleep, If you w~re comfort- able you would just keep on Sleeping. Frank Cook's .GRIDL( PHARMACY flHIl4 I The English robin red breast is about half as large as its American cousin, and its breast is actually orange. III FOR SALE 70 Dedle Ton flCKUP, new brakes, camper shell, 2 ps tanks, $1250 or best offer. 877-5094. I BUILDING SALE I MISC. B.D. & H Auctions Enterprise Inc. 2782 OPIIIR HD., SOUTH OROVlLLE, 534-0812 App. 400 pc=. plywood & siding, 3/8 - a/2 assortment of thickness, some are damaged; aluminum windows; some paneling; Formica counter top); _cabinet doors; 2 large Raytherm hot water boilers; Gas BTU/HR input 722000, STUtHR output 577600, both used; truck & trailer load from bay area; 2 prap doors; app. 200 doors; aluminum trailer doors; solid core doors, 36', 32', 30', also hollow core, same size and smaller doors; large air conditioner, used controller; new raqp hoods and built in cook tops; full roll new carpet, 122 yds. burnt orange "shq"; Truck and trailer load from trailer factory, door locks and misc. hardware, other consign- merits, new itm of interest. OUR FIRST SATURDAY OF EVERY MONTH Sale starts I0 a.m., Sat., Mar. I 10 aJ. misc. item- 1 p.m. bldg. materials Preview 10 a.m. Fri., Feb. 29 & 8 a.m. Mar. 1 until sale time 2782 OPHIR RD., SO. OROVILLE RAIN OR SHINE "EXTRA LAHE AUCTION, ALL DAY" REP. BUD GEORGE, AUCTIONEER DEL LOVDAL HARVEY PETERS Pear officers are elected Section 2, Page 1 THE GRIDLEY HERALD Wednesday, February 27, 1980 Mortimer l:rench, San --TRv-~i:~:.~,ii:qiiRiX:-i:7~iT|cg.S--Vii~-A/i-E~ Jose, has been elected to asixth term as presi- dent of California Can- ning Pear Association. French was named to the position at an or- ganizational meeting of the board of directors held yesterday in Sacra- mento in conjunction with the 27th annual meeting of the associa- tion. Other oft'leers who will serve for the com- ing year include Robert Moser, Walnut Grove, vice-president; Charles McDowell, Walnut Grove, secretary; and Robert Harrell, Lake- port, treasurer, all of whom are re-elected to their positions. Cameron Girton was reappointed association manager. Other directors of the association include Ey- vind M. (Marc) Faye, Jr., Knights Landing; David Elliot, Jr., and B.C. Wheeler, Court- land; Gerald Allbright, Suisun; Leroy B. Thomas, Finley; W. Standley Hildreth, Wil- liam Johnson and Wal- lace Hooper, Ukiah; and Burton Threlkel, Cool. i,I(;ltTFUi,, ECONOMICAl. ENTREE. Cut 2 pounds beef top or bottom round into V2 inch thick slices. Brown in 2 tablespoons butter. Add 1 cup sliced onions and cook until browned. Mix in V2 cut sliced carrots, 1 teaspoon salt, ~,'a t(~a spoon freshly ground black peppcr, I teaspoon sugar, ~A teaspoon thyme and 1 cup becl. (?ovcr and simmer !-'/2 hours. Makes 4 to 6 servings. ANTHONY'S ALUMINUM RECYCLE CENTER 4980 Lincoln Blvd., Oroville, 534-7402 Starting Monday, March 3, 1980, we will be BUYING ALUMINUM CANS, DATI'ERIES, COPPER, BRASS, LEAD AND SCRAP ALUMINUM - AT Safeway Parking Lot Spruce St. in Gridley from lO a.m. to 5 p.m. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, CALL 846-2412 AFTER 6 P.M. DAN SOUND TV 674-2354 (Gridley-Biggs call collect) RES. 846-3110 -- NEW -- SALES & SIIVlCE TV SERVICE ANTENNA SERVICE Repairs on stereos and car radios Gridley-Biggs.Live Oak Service Calls . . $1450 LATE MODEL USED TV'S 657 Plumas St, Y.C, i One 5x7 In Natural Color reg. $2.45 Age limit - 12 yrs. e 2 or 3 children together add $1.00. Select from several poses and scenic backgrounds. Additional portraits lrom original package at our regular prices: Each 57 or set of 4 wallets $2.45 and Each 8 10 $4.90. Copies and enlargements available at higher prices, No appointment necessary, Charge it Save 20%-30% on photo packages. Choose from three assortments of 8x 10s, 5x7 s and wallet size See your Pixy photographer for details Thursday, Friday & Saturday February 28, 29, March 1 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. IIII This IS 978 Hazel Street, Gridley II III I I