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:4 DON'T FORGET But, GESD Superindent James There's a notice on the front Underhill says that unification has page about a special meeting for not proven to save money, but if j those persons wishing to help out an overwhelming number of corn- 4 the GHS Ag program, currently munity members would like to try being scrutinized for budget cuts it, he would agree. because of fiscal difficulties. Hmm, do we small a ballot mea- It s well worth a reminder here. sure coming up -- maybe advisory? 'j Persons concerned over the pro- The GHS board agreed in a con- w, gram should rally in support of the tract with its teachers that unifica- ,i ii, program, if they feel so inclined. If tion may not be such a bad idea. " ..... not, the board will not realize just Question. is, who will take the first "'BUNNY" OF THE WEEK . how many people, favor aS. step, tfan.yo n7, ....... - This cute little white bunny, aptly i meetmg wi, De at 4 p.m. in [nr unaf, J named "Thummer" is availahlt fro. " ! + the director's room at the BC Fair- Meanwhile, there could be some udontion Plea'se call tbe grounds, just across the streetfiscal problems at the Gndley, .CRY Police Department nt 846-5670.. from the swimming pool. Council level hould el Premdent Oh, how many of you voted forCarter's alleged inflation fighting ' --_. Prop., 13 and plan, to vote for plan breeze through, con s.. Sennor Servnces = i Nine? Just thought I d ask. One key point for us locals ts ,, , r,,, | ..... ] k BOARD PROBLEMS Carter's scheme to cut revenue workshop In unite [ _ ,Pl No matter which programs you sharing to the states and reduce it +1..'.-, -- L favor or oppose in the recent trim- to the cities. ILill~ OidLILUI-U~I[ [ .4 ming sessions held by the trustees, Gridley receives about $63,000 The Butte County Council of lr don't forget that the board mem-per year in these funds and it's used Senior Ciiiz-ens-is sponsori---ng -aI ETWITNESS PROGRAM DONATION - Larr Johns vice resi bers are not doing this for plea- for such things as a new street-workshop entitled, "Senior Set- n G-'-" ........... - y , . P ." sure. sweeper and Senior Citizens activi- vices Assessment" on Saturda,, -mey ponsman s tun trignt) Is snown nere presenting Jonn "t's --s ......... __., L, .... ,,__ ,__ .... ,_ _,_. _ , ....... ".l"l~n .... ., ................ ~, ..... 1 Utl y tO gut IIIUU ailU OlaIIl ties. 11OO, u1Dy. It ~.,artfr s play March zz irom y'hu a m to [ ;h: ;C e: i nZeU ss 1 t :yeaSr O thnebtdge Cs tt ;gy tYSt, :h?:ian;oi Ues wdl fly--right p.m. in the CARD Community I ' leTu, members voted the money from funds raised at their annual c-- "'-n- ...................... :..... ,=enter at 545 va,omDrosa 1 l~--t. L,~.._m .... ,. .... ,.,., , ~11. WIU y uualus UUII t eVUIl ulr ~[l~Pkl~illU ui~ ,,0 AuP " ,, am merchants oona[e prtzes xor me nanquet raHte eacn year ........................... . ._.nue, n co. . - m