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School ELEMENTARY Helen Wilkinson Cafeteria manager - Southern fried whipped potatoes, green garden salad with dressing, butter, orange/ and milk. Tacos with cheese, anti tomato, Span- buttery spinach, peach milk. - Spaghetti with ,meat tossed green salad with garlic French roll, sea- chilled pears, and HIGH SCHOOL Jean Stafford manager/cook - Goulash, green Corn, bread and butter, milk. - Chicken fried gravy and potatoes, salad and butter, applesauce, and Hot dogs, fries, fruit salad, and milk. served daily: Pick-a- salad, fruit, and milk. Carte items available. SCHOOL Lawrence Cafeteria manager Checklist MARCH 12-14 may be planted this from either dwarf types. feeding roses this YOu have not already Healthy vigorous growth :or strong blooming per- Bermuda grass lawns a with a steel rake to get runners. Cut close and lawn when it begins L Wisteria heavily after loosen packed or clay )sum and organic soil If the soil is soggy or until it crumbles easily. Lunch Menus WEDNESDAY - Turkey bundles, combo salad, green beans with bacon, apple cinnamon twist, and milk. THURSDAY Super taco, shredded lettuce and cheese, but- tered corn, banana bread, fruit cup, and milk. FRIDAY - Tuna surprise, cole slaw, hot buttered roll, nutty brownie, 1/2 orange, and milk. LIVE OAK UNIFIED Wanda Shubat cafeteria supervisor WEDNESDAY - Beef and cheese enchilada, buttered corn, lettuce wedge with 1000 Island dressing, strawberry/banana jello, and milk. THURSDAY - Oven fried chicken, whipped potatoes with gravy, combo salad, 1/2 peanut butter sandwich, chilled fruit cup, and milk. FRIDAY - Fishwich, lettuce, dill, cheese, fries with catsup, sun- shine bars, and milk. Art Auction will benefit Red Cross Arts and crafts donated by local artisans will be auctioned Satur- day, March 15 at 1 p.m. at the downtown Chico plaza park, 4th St. and Main. The auction will benefit the Butte County Chapter of the American Red Cross. Art donated by Janet Turner, Ken Morrow, and other notable local artists will be featured. Anyone wishing to donate art or crafts is encouraged to call the Red Cross office at 891-0885. The Butte County Chapter pro- vides safety and health classes, cer- tifying over 5,000 residents last year in first aid, water safety and C.P.R. This spring they are start- ing an 18-hour Family Health and Home Nursing class for the general public. The local Red Cross also pro- vides a 24-hour-a-day volunteer staffed phone service to respond to both single family disasters and larger community disasters county- wide, and to assist military fan, tiles obtain emergency leaves in time of need. They are a United Way part- ner agency. THE GRIDLEY HERALD & SHOPPING NEWS -- Wednesday, March 12, 1980 A FEW MORE CRUSADERS -- The second annual Gridley Cancer Crusade Gourmet Dinner takes place tomorrow (Thursday) night from 6:30 to 9 p.m. in Gridley Moose Lodge. Shown here are but a few of the twenty or more chefs and helpers volunteering their talents: left to right, Bill Burleson, Crusade Chairman Gary Freeman, Jake Walgenbach, Miss Butte County Dianne Dahlmeier, and The Buttes' Chef Lawrence Carr. You can make a $15 donation to the American Cancer Society at the door and sit down to eight gourmet courses. Any left over food will be auctioned off at the end. Education versus taxpayers topic at forum A town hall forum on "The Taxpayers Revolt vs. Humanities Education" has been scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 13, in Room 201 at Yuba College, 2088 N. Beale Road. Free to the public, the event is being sponsored by the Faculty As- sociation of the California Com- munity Colleges and the California Council for the Humanities in Public Policy. Audience questions and comments will be solicited. Forum speakers will be Assem- blyman Gene Chappie, R-Rose- ville; Dr. Daniel Walker, Yuba College president; Grace Clement, Yuba City community leader and former Yuba College trustee; Homer Duerr of Chico, Butte Col- lege English instructor; and Paul Meyer of Davis, director of the statewide faculty association. Wanda Munson of Oroville, a Butte reading instructor, will serve as panel moderator. She said the forum will explore the question, "What does California's taxpayer revolt mean for humanities educa- tion, for our children and for humanities teachers?" Alternative approaches to fund- ing humanities education will be discussed by Assemblyman Chap- pie, while Dr. Walker will speak on the impact of Proposition 9, the so-called Jarvis II amendment, on California's educational system. Ms. Clement will express her views on the need for humanities education and suggest courses of action for "wise" public policy planning. The consequences to students of budget cuts in hu- manities education will be explored by Duerr, and Meyer will discuss the statewide impact of proposed tax changes. "Women's Week," an event designed to bring attention to the ever-changing roles that women play in our modern society, will be featured at Yuba College during the week of March 10-15, and a number of interesting events have been scheduled, according to col- lege officials. Art displays, lectures, films and many other activities will be featured during the five-day period, with most of the events designed to emphasize the past and present achievements of American women. The program is being sponsored by the college's Women's Center and by students, counselors and faculty members at the East Linda campus. Three major public events will highlight the week's activities, a film-lecture presentation by noted Bay area cinematographer Ann Hershey on Friday [March 14], and a health-care workshop en- titled "Holistic Health for Women" on Saturday [March 15]. The theatrical presentation on Tuesday, beginning at 8 p.m. in the College Theatre, is billed as the West Coast premier showing of "Double Feature," which.consists of two one-act plays depicting the 'ways in which women face and overcome conflicts in their lives. The highly talented cast, supported by original music and artistic direc- tion, give warm and thought-pro- voking interpretations which should prove to be well worthwhile tot local audiences. Tickets for the performances, priced at $2.50 for adults, $1 for students and $1 for senior citizens with "gold cards," will be available at the Theater Box Office on the night of the show. Friday's film-lecture presenta- tion by Ms. Hershey, which will take place from 12:15 p.m. until 2 p.m. in Room 724 of the college's Science and Technology Center, is entitled "Never Give up." It cap- tures the wit and charm - and many of the achievements - of world- renowned artist-photographer Im- ogen Cunningham, who became one of America's best-loved creative geniuses prior to her death at age 94. The presentation, which is being sponsored by the college's Women's Center, is open to the public free of charge. On Saturday, the health-care workshop will begin at 10 a.m. in Room 1224 of the College Gym- nasium, and the sessions are scheduled to last until approx- imately 5 p.m. Participants who wish to obtain one-half unit of credit for the workshop must also attend a follow-up session on Fri- day [March 21] from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m. The workshop, taught by Dr. Jeanne Marrow, an assistant pro- lessor of psychology at California State University, Sacramento, deals with the basic concepts of Holistic health and self-care. Par- ticipants are urged to wear loose, comfortable clothing so that they may actively take part in the yoga and relaxation techniques which will be taught. Anyone wishing to obtain addi- tional information about the three public events, or about any of the other activities scheduled to take place during "Women's Week," should contact the Yuba College Women's Center. The college's telephone number is 742-7351. IRS now has two free phones for questions State Senator Ray Johnson and Assemblyman Eugene Chappie to- day reported that the Legislature has voted an emergency appropria- tion to augment the Franchise Tax Board's toll-free telephone service budget through June 30 of this year. The funding will enable the FTB to double the number of Informa- tion Center telephone lines and personnel to assist taxpayers with questions about the state personal income tax. The urgency legislation, Senate Bill 374, was signed by the Gover- nor in February, and the FTB is ex- panding equipment and staff as rapidly as possible. ' The two toll-free telephone numbers are 800-852-7700 and 8(X}-852-7050. RESALE CARS-TRUCKS oGAS GUZZLERS eFACTORY REBATES O NEW TRUCKS O ECO t i~ PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU WED., MARCH 19, 1980 FACTORY 55 miles, llight bench vinyl trim. price was CAR OT miles, cruise, Stereo, more. Big savings, one out! RESALE 79 Cougar XR7 3500 plus miles, power, air, stereo, cassette, more. 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