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March 12, 1980

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GRIDLEY HERALD & SHOPPING NEWS -- Wednesday, March 12, 1980 is CPR Month has been des- dent, has issued a cam- as "CPR puswide memorandum in Butte Coun.encouraging as many as its con- students and college to the obser- personnel as possible to Ite College will take the training. ing free-CPR The schedule of CPR on campus, forclasses arranged thus mit oCcredit far is as follows: said para" March 4 and 6, Room I ,eon- 131 of physical science "is being building, 1-4 p.m., with a joint effort Month with Heart American Chico's and Community and Chico citizens of Glenn Coun- to enroll classes "and skilled in this life support [. Briggs, BC nt-presi- ask about Inch as instructor. March 11 and 13, same room and hours, with Jan McKenna teaching the class. March 17 and 19, Room 120 of life science building, 1-4 p.m., Mike Boyd instructing. Inch said enrollees in a CPR course must attend both class sessions for a total of six hours of in- struction. A basic life support CPR certificate and one-half unit of credit will go to each person who successfully completes the training. For additional infor- mation, call the Butte College allied health of- fice at 895-2531. looking for on how to Highway users YOur vehicle en- tax distributed methanol, t of The February appor- is not tionment of highway to look. users taxes amounting the 10-year to $69,615,836 was dis- Fuel Experi- tributed recently among began California cities and 1980 follow- counties. of AB 1401 Because of declining people gasoline sales, the dis- calling DMV tribution is $8,543,288 for such tech- less than that for the but same month last year. do not The February 1980 information to gasoline tax distribu- rdothey know tion was $10,979,251 methanol or less than that for Feb- ea uch, ruary 1979. The diesel s involvement fuel tax distribution methanol pro- was $1,925,854 more to main- than in February 1979. a record of Butte County's share are using was $156,401, and to fuel their Gridley's share was $2,512. Who wish to useA total of'$16,423,953 either exclu- went directly to the )lend with counties; $12,388,004 to diesel, must cities; $40,773,879 for la the experi- expenditures on State :Program by filing highways; and $30,000 certificate to the Bicycle Lane Ac- count. also states The total apportion- who use ment was derived from also file the following sources: certificate of gasoline tax, $59,555,- with DMV 664; diesel fuel tax, the ve- $8,512,879; income from state emis- investments, $1,542,682; for that and miscellaneous, ' Cost of the $4,611. is the The total available for of the the February appoint- ment was $1,754,897 interested in more than that for the a vehicle to preceding month. The on methanol gasoline tax was to seek ad- $1,760,255 less than the the vehicle January figures. The or a repu- diesel fuel tax was automobile me- $1,969,647 more than that for January. J I Safeway is taking another step in our effort to help our customers cope with inflation. In addition to adhering to President Carter's voluntary guidelines since the outset, we are freezing the prices on all our Scotch Buy products. Scotch Buy is Safeway's private label brand of good quality staple items for cost conscious consumers. Listed below are some samples. Scotch Buy esauce 16-oz. Can Ill 1 Scotch Buy 12-oz. Bottle Scotch Buy 12-oz. Can Scotch Buy Regular or French Cut 16-oz. Can II I III Scotch Buy Regular or Chunky 48-oz. Jar Scotch Buy 12-oz. Pkg. Scotch Buy IM ITATION Scotch Buy 49-oz. Pkg. Scotch Buy 6-OZ. Pkg. Blse bringing you all the news, else your local newspaper Helps you train your dog. Lines shelves in your cupboards. Makes play hats for the kids. 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