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Wednesday, March 12, 1980 - THE GRIDLEY HERALD - Section 1, page 7 \ Work Wanted HELP WANTED TEMPORARY PAR.r-TIME at- PAINTER - Interior & exter- tendance clerk, March thru , . , i .j~, , i '., . L. OSBORN, ior, 35 yrs exper. Very rea- June, possible permanent sonable price. Will take used position, 6 hrs. per day. Apply -? ,i~ ',~,., ,,~ ~> "/"/:" k:, ,, ' APES car as part payment. Ph. 846- Gridley Union High School ,=,~.,~ ,, ~,,. ,,. :,,. ,~ ~. ~ ,'x ~ t,c , ;~7;m'~5~ 4847. 56x District Office. 57b RSD PLANNING MEETING TODAY MEMBER The Gridley District Chamber of Commerce is holding an open ,; ....... : ,., , ......... ..... 0ne,, e LAWN MOWING, genera, WANTED" Man wife to " ' yard work, lawnmower tune- manage self-serve gas sta- organizational meeting at 10 a.m. today in the chamber office at 837 : , ...... .-,, ...... . "" - 8 up & repair, reasonable tion in Paradise. Live.in quar- Hazel Street for Red Suspend 's Days. Service organizations' repre- ...... , rates. Call any tim~, 868- ters. Call Cridley, 846-3541 sentatives are invited to attend this coffee and donut hour. 5375. 59b 58b CANCER CRUSADE DINNER THURSDAY IM'S tree servlce--- -oo WIttING worker for yard The annual Cancer Crusade Gourmet Dinner will be held Thursday, ' :)ing, trimming & removal, maintenance, incl. weeding Tree Service:ree estimate, fully insured Ph 846.2336 or 846-3261. March 13 from 6:3O to 9 p.m. at the Gridley Moose Lodge. Ticketsare • OWNER ,~h 846-6177 or collect 673- 56b available for $15 per person. - Removr' ~,354. • 61tin SQUARE DANCE IN OROVILLE FRIDAY fully ins. TEACHER'S AIDE, Home Ec Dept. at Gridley High School, The Oro Dam Twirlers will hold a dance in Oroville's Central : 0r 533-3Ul I WASH WINDOWS & com- 4-5 hrs. daily, prefer bi-lin- Junior High School this Friday, March 14 starting at 7:30 p.m, For Ih~v OIH)VII,I,I:. plete housecleaning. Refer- gual person with some back- more information call 534-8705. ences. Ph. 84b=4517. 44b ground in Home Economics. Apply at main office, Cridley BETA SIGMA PHI WINETASTING SATURDAY Ingraham's Tax Service High School. 57b Vamps, Vintage and Very Jazzy is the theme this year of Beta Sigma IUTO PARTS Ta~ Returns done. Eve. & access0rlos wkend appts. Ph. 846-4360 or WORK SITE SUPERVISOR Phi's winetasting benefit from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Saturday, March 15. Service 846-3445. 61b position is now available Tickets are $4 in advance or $4.50 at the door. with the Butte County Com- ;TREET SOIL & WATER CONSERVATION PUBLIC REVIEW 846-5641 G.A. PAIR DRAGLINE SERV- munity Action Agency 1 yr. ICE- Reasonable rates. Call experience as a crew super- Farmers and other private citizens will have an opportunity to HAPA IOBBER 671-2292, Yuba City. 60b visor. 1 yr. grounds exper- comment on the future of our Nation's soil and water conservation ience and/or construction re- lated experience. Also a valid program during a pubEc review period ending March 28. Basic infor- HA'NDYMAN - plum oing, California driver's license is mation about the review process and proposals is available for public MANZANITA BEAN FEED - Misty (left) and Stephanie Criddle put up ROCK carpentry, painting & elec- required. This is a limited review at the local ASCS office at 463-B Oro Dam Blvd., Oroville. one of the many posters advertising the annual Manzanita Bean Feed March N ROCK trical. Reasonable rates. Ph term position. , 15 at Manzanita School from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Tickets are on sale from any 868-1026 19tin Deadline for filing applica- Manzanita 4,H member for a donation of $2 for adults and $1.25 for !RE! ttons is 5:00 p.m. March 19, 1980. For further details children 5 to 10, and under five are free. There will be door prizes and ~IHLMAN ~95-2803 please contact the Commu- games for the youngsters. ~'s & Pads Built" Besides their great nity Action Agency at 2255 beauty of color, flower- Del Ore Avenue, Orov,,e, Local 4-Hers win CLARK 7 lag quince bears large CA 95965 or ph. 53"4421 or 534.4559. An affirmative ac- • y .J ~ ~,~ ,~ clusters of flowers open- tion/equal opportunity era- several awards at BU A ....... ins in succession and pioyer. 57bBC Demo Day AND THIS AFGAN REPAIR blooming two and some- &Commercial times three times inCUSTODIAN, SYCAMORE One hundred twenty-six ,I-H COULD BE YOURS '207a spring. Another happy SCHOOL, 12 month position, members from throughout Butte PROCEEDS HELP Ave., L.O. feature of the flowering Hours 1:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. Dear Editor: quince is that it starts Salary-$697.OO-$8440o per County participated in the 4-H MANZANITA The Gridley Lioness Club is at, month (5 steps) Apply County Demonstration .Day on FIX.IT OR DO-IT. blooming right in winter 6USD., 429 Wilson St., February 23, 1980 at Butte College, ]hEADER"S tempting to organize "The First also re- when cut flowers areCridlev. App deadlineMembers did demonstrations on E Annual Gridley Christmas, Arts Nielsen Ave., and Crafts Fair," to be tentatively 44tfn somewhat scarce in the 3/18/ 0 57b everything from tractor safety to garden. Then you canTRAINING OPPORTUNITES making cinnamon rolls, held the first week of December. Our plans at this point are to ob- m cut them as the budsThe Butte County Employ- Demonstrations, which are short tain a central location, large Jacks start to swell and let ment and Training Admini- presentations, are judged on or- them finish blooming stration (CETA) currently has enough for the different organiza- in the house, positionsopen in its clerical ganization and delivery. Members training program. The three receive green, blue or gold seals tions to set up booths for new arts, (3) month training will cover with those receiving gold and blue crafts, and baked goods done in .... -_--_-_-- ..... _ ...... ___ elementary math, basic book- being invited to participate in the the spirit of the holiday season. keeping, office procedures, 4-H Northern Regional Demon- If are able to attract enough Notice t0 filing, duplication, typing interest, we hope to erdist the sup- GRIDLEY HERALD and transcription. TO be eli- stration Day at Chico State Uni- gible applicants must meet versity on April 19. port of the local merchants and the =" " SUBSCRIBERS income guidelines and have Those receiving blue seals from Chamber of Commerce. been unemployed fifteen the Gridley-Richvale area include: WIN AN AFGHAN - Members of the Manzanita 4-H are currently sell- We feel this would be an ex- ADDRFSq CHANGES,A- , (15) weeks lag tkkels to raffle offan afghan. The money raised by this raffle will be used cellent opportunity to raise money Work Because of the i reasinl Persons interested in these Debbie Martens, Karen Harris, positions should apply at the Gaye Marler, Kim Risso, Wayne to support the junior leader rest home project. The afghan can be seen at for your organization, while par- - Tim Singlehigh cost 0f address Oroville CETA office, 25 Memmler, Becky Memmler, Joe the Cutting Mill on Gllstrap Avenue. Tickets are 50 cents and can be pur- ticipating in a festive event. :hinges by the Post Office, County Center Drive, Or(> Limbers, Lance Morgan, Tim chased from any Manzanita 4-H member. Pictured here'are MaB zanita 4-H We've already received a posi- t would be greatly ville. For further information members Deanna (left) and Yvonne Hiriburu. ,~: tire response from some clubs, in- 646-4229 reciated if you would in. call 534.4301. " Vieira, Phillip Rooks, Deanne Publish: March 7, 12. 1980 Dillahunty, James Rooks, Wendy eluding some from out of town. 10rm us of u m0n. It ouw (The Gridley Herald) Tupen, Wendy Criddle, Curtis ' We hope to get your interest and SERVICE 25C per change and North and Yvonne Hiriburu. participation, in what we hope to .=xp. Topping, trim- ith a mailing list of nearly HUMAN RIELATIONS/Admirv Those from the Gridi -Rich- BC Easter Seals phone line be a very worthwhile project. moval, chipping l,O00 it is easy for that c0st istrative Coordinator position vale area receiving gold seals in- " We have plenty of time to & licensed, 534-9092 & 533-|0 mount up.,. So, if you is now available with the organize, but we will need a 43tin vill let us kn0w of a Butte County Community elude: Brannon Byrne, Deborah hearing-impaired response from you by April 1, Action Agency in Oroville Shunts and Nanette Pfister. SERVICE change, we will be grateful, area. Duties include: de- 4-H is an educational organlza- . 1980, to make the preparation to veloping, monitoring, imple, tion for youth between the ages of The 'Community Advocate Pro- for Hearing-Impaired] line is [916] make this a huge success. lecher& druer& ~ meriting & evaluating the Af- 9 and 19 without regard to race,, gram [CAP] of the Butte County 895-0294. This is also a voice line. Please respond to P.O. Box 626, A/C, firmative Action program, . - assisting the executive direc- color or national origin. Baster Seal Society announces the For more information, please Gridley, 95948. service mgr. 0RGVlLLE tor w!th difficult profession- installation of a tdephone line for call 895-0294, or come by the of- Sincerely, al administrative duties. 3 communication with hearing- rice at 477 E. 9th Avenue, Chico, Judy Pendergraft Yuba Ci , CA CREDIT BUREAU yrs of paid or 5 yrs. of volun- impaired people. 95926. Linda Bradley, Ave. C~l~, Credit ~ teer exper, working in a com- . This • telecommunication equip- ' Co-Chairpersons Room 2 1847 Robinson St munity based program is re- ig PHONE 846-5712 quired & prior experience in State c arette ment allows deaf individuals to call ***** the field of Affirmative Ac- in to the Easter Seals office and re- Violas are. plentiful , GRIDLEY ' tion practices is preferable, tax monies quest information, aid, advice, etc. and in their prime in LA WNS Knowledge of personnel, erie- It alSO allows the Easter Seals staff the nurseries as seedling vance. & administrative pro- for Butte County _ i.o LO DG E cedures; principles and tech- tO call directly to hearing-impaired now. They differ from HOURLY RATES niques of analytical writing; California counties and citiesindividuals in their home or at pansies in being smaller after 6:00 p.m. DIRECTORY & general affirmative action 680KentuckuStreet-Ph. S46-5634 practices is required, have recently received $8,752,601 place of business, providing they in size, more profuse in Deadline for filing applica- as the February apportionment of also have a TTY line. bloom. This gives us a tions for this position is 5 the state cigarette tax. Without this specialized equip- chance to "paint" our IBIIILTS, Fuel Pumps, p.m., March 13, 1980. For Butte County- received $22,465, taunt, a deaf individual would have garden with a single ;nt NORTHLoDGEBUTTE /L/~\ " furtherlocalEDDdetailsofficeC°ntaCtor ButteY°Ur and Oridley got $2,001. The 58 to contact the office in person and color if we want to. A Generators, Water Pumps, Starters NO. 230, F&AM ~' County Community Action counties' share was $1,685,157 and a interpreter for the hcaring-im- solid edging of yellow EQUIP. Meets Second Tuesd',.,'~" -' Agency, 2255 Del Ore Ave- . the cities' share totaled $7,067,444. paired would be necessary for violas or the clear blue & 1978 model,=.ach month at 8:00 p.m. nue, Oroville, CA 95965, or This distribution represents 30 communication, violas is very hand- ePving Gridleu for over 25 gears Shakers, all in Robert Fulton ph. 534-4421 or 534-4559. percent Of the revenue deposited in The TTY [Telecommunication, some. 1 Kilby demo 3 Worshipful Master Hiring for this position is ............. ~...~ ~ ~~.h~~ ..,~ Shaker. 1974 trwed Holmberg, Secreta~ contingent upon funding the Cigarette Tax Fund during the :h Special, $36,000; considerations. An Affirma- month of January, 1980. lessthe Peach Harves-WARREN H,M¢CUTCHEOh tire Action/Equal Opportu- State's administrative costs of 1975 Catchall Post 5731, YEW & Auxiliar~ nity Employer. 56b Harv., $20,000; M~=etsl-st &3rd $31,803. Shaker on CMC Thurs. each month, ~,500; 1976 & 1977 Memorial Hall, Gridley Y Bin Carriers. Kilby Bart J, Frates, Commanoer Money won 2, Box 413 Gridley, George Deaner, Adjutant ~46-5~25, ' 57btorraine Deaner, Pr.ident iS taxable Sue Tokuno, Sec.,Trear. SServices WORLD WAR, I.D.H.ORES [ Qt,ota Thflft Shop .Taxpayerscash from lotteries,wh° rac-Win "'-i No. 1,98 and AUJ(I[IAR~," Backhoe - Trencher I " Bmlget ,T ppi inlh gmra=s of chance, ~nt~bL~. 17778 !I Meets on the 2nd Wednesday &RotovatorService I '"'-2Mou Sat and raffles must in- ' ' of each month'. Grmting&LawnPrepamtion I tU ~ "" " IC 12:30 p.m.- Potluck Phone 846-2092 I (10-1 urs.) dude the" money as in- City s. Heltzel, Cemmander1:30p.m.-Regular meeting SS0 Spruce St come on their Federal 'al 9: Commercial t{ AgriculturaL': II _ IlrUKI I Internal Revenue Set- _ _ 13/SERVICE? iCultural Mgmt. r,o.ICall IMl - ll l vice says. GARY MEEKS - 868-5513 t[ I Orchard Farming S(~JTH BUTTE POST I'-T0wers arailable " NO. 210 Complete Line o, F,uit, I,,, o--"-u Money won in these IMATE=L- i Nut and Shade Trees. I gPrlIIOy • w activities is considered 'income, IRS ex- NE 846-2026 The American Legion meets Ph. 84&2378 I " = rt. " ~Stcorner GilstraD at 8:00 p.m. on the third , . . Tuesday of each month at plains. Contest O'BrienGridley theCridleyMem°rialHall" 'Lou Radley, Commander' ' FOR HOME ~ll~llll~ Har~][ money and ...,d, I R[UPHOLSTER NO W!i '" I REt CO. ~' Herbert Perkim, Adjutant DELIVERY OF Fillmore from employers are TANT, 35 yrs. exp.: St rown specializing L~ PRIZE WINNING PHON[ taxable income as well. I See us for ol/ your up o, e y ds. Non-cash items won I d, Auto & Truck Seats Headliners, eeS: t6 O i d;ns 533.3421or 533- Gridley,OF MOOSeNo.lS94:~'~ DAIRY ne, in contests or donated I Furniture Boat Seats i )' BOX-572 85tin PRODUCTS... 606"30 =)hone 846-4610 ~ ~ household appliances, t RV & Camper Cushions *Etc., etc., etc 227S Highway 991E~ by employers, such as Antiques Car Carpeting FREE 2nd&4thWednesdays SEl~lr~JSVTl~K ""°x"'"'d"°"l Klein s Upholstery [ Gov. TonyAirilm 868-5714 tions, or cars are in- " OLD HALF BEAGLE See. Gary Carnes 8464610 good home. Call 695- I duded in income at fair 57x SEWERklNE_GLEANING market Value, too. BothNEW ADDRESS: 2610 Hwy 99E Gridley ------------ ORDER OF EASTERN STAR cash and non-cash win- ALE, about 10 wks Meets 2nd and 4th l~n~s =re shown on PHONE 846-2063 57b Thursday Form 1040 as "Other " Barbara Lavy GOOD HOME - Worthy Mat,o- SEPTIC TANK IE t E Income." The IRS notes terrier, 3 mos. old, Floyd Gill that Ipunbling losses Ph. 846- Worthy Patron IPI' EMERGENCY I[IIVI¢IE may be deducted to the ~. 56x P.O. Box 122, Gridley, CA FREE ESTIMATES extent of the winnings. Wcdt,r & ' s,C, D 533-5354 ................. . HEART , SERVING ~'~L.__~ ~ CARRY- Gridley Brand and Lincoln MALE LAB PUP, about COUNCIL OROVILLE.GRIDLk--Y.BIGGS,,. .... Brand Feed, Dog Food & Stock INSTALLATION o d vic, of Dewsnup NO. 101 Suppi . 8U .LIES * REFRIGERATION REPAIR tl. 56b Y.M.I. I I WE OffER- Custom grinding, r01tin mixing and241 1 [i r[ Y Meets second Tuesday each seed cleuninB. S4 3SS4 month at8 p.m. in Parish ROTO'ROOTER ,mow TAKIR~ ORDERS FOR stt6 mE CLEANING PHONE Hall. Tony Airier, Presldent SEWER SERVICE Open Men. tkm 8-$ and 8aL 8-1 Home. 8#6.6116 Leonard Phll!ips, Rue. See. FO~ ~WV Rim 841-3611 390 Mreet