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April 11, 1980

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ge3 't f iiiiiIiII| I|,III|II ~II~I.IIIIIIIII BPW MEETING MONDAY The Feather River BPW will be meeting Monday, April 14 at Casa Lupe Restaurant at 12 noon for a business meeting. All members are urged to attend, and the public is welcome. CHICO FAIR QUEEN APPLICATIONS Any single female resident of Butte Countybetween the ages of 16 and 21, interested in becoming a contestant for Queen of the Silver Dollar Fair, should contact the fair office as soon as possible. Entry forms are available at the office on Fair Street, Chico orby calling 342-8351. ',,,: UTILITY MONIES AVAILABLE ,! The Community Action Agency has received new funding for the .... Energy Crisis Assistance Program serving Butte County Seniors. For more information call 534-4327. TAX MEASURE PETITION - Want to eliminate the state gift and inheritance taxes? Registered voters can sign such a petition locally at the Gridley-Block Funeral Chapel. For more information call 846-2138. BURN PERMITS NOW REQUIRED The California Department of Forestry and Butte County Fire Department wants to remind county residents that burning permits for all types of burning are now required in unincorporated areas of the county. SALMON PERMITS ON SALE Commercial salmon fishing permits, now required, are now on sale at the Department of Fish and Game in Eureka. MOVIE AT GWC MEETING TODAY The Gridley Woman's Club meeting, today at 2 p.m. will, feature a ; Elll SHOW - Mary Lovejoy, vice president of the Green Thumb Undersheriffmvie entitled,stenberg"On Guard"on theandschemesa presentatiOnof the buncobY Butteartist.CountYThe 6h( b, is shown here preparing for that organization s annual Spring meeting takes place at the Gridley Woman's Clubhouse. onaw and Fair, Thursday, April 17 at 11 a.m. in the PresbyterianTRI-CITIES BASEBALL REGISTRATION HONORED - Yolanda.gbaeffer (left) is presentea wttn a afar Kecorder Hall Spring flower arrangements following the show s pin from Faye Jacquot, Star Recorder chairwoman. Sbaeffer received her , . , . ;. ::. -- . Those interested in registering for the Tri-Cities girls' softball teams L :ners Circle' w,II be displayed by club members. The club wall should contact Sharon Eidson at 846-3996 or Carol Carson at degree at the Moose International Convention recently in Los Angeles. She meats at a tea table for all those who come to enjoy the show. 846-5789 or Joe Cox at 846-5462. was one of over 400 delegates receiving degrees from conferring officer and plants, baked goods and boutique items will be sold. This show ED GROUP TO MEET SATURDAY [I grand recorder Marie Holden of Mooseheart. The two women are the only aising efforts for the year. The Golden Rivers Association for the Education of Young Chil. active Star Recorder degree holders in the Gridley Chapter of the Women of dren will hold its final general meeting of the year Saturday, April 12. the Moose. . The meeting will be held at Butte College Center, 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. VFW BREAKFAST SUNDAY a ,,nnmrv r ewsMi,'" "" ..... Senior Citizens The annual VFW breakfast will be heldatVeteran's Memorial Hall BE Action Board plans meet Tuesday i! mary ews in Gridley this Sunday, April 13 from 6 a.m. to 1 p.m. Donations are ,,m change meetmgs $2 for adults and $1 for children. All proceeds will go to senior little The Community Action Board At these meetings, many items league, girls softball and the Campfire Girls. of Butte County will hold its at mterest .t Butte County rest-.. !i e Br uact MI IChf 'rSg,M,s. iih iil:ta_i !lrsTw2i! n lgl !i eetin at 70 m onTues- dents are d scussed The public Is ry tt .................................................................................... re ular m _ . . , day, April 15 in the Gridley High encouraged to attend and make olrnberg of 2918 Fifth " Y, P ' 00 East S rucetheir views Known to ooaro men h2s dg: 8 Foster parents to Tickel f School Library, 3 , p , - a deNovment to the The general meeting at 1:30 p.m. ,_. ........ Street. oers. rc.-ently_par, was preceeded by a directors' meet on Monday . .. : cise "Rimpac"80" meeting at 12:30 p.m. Eight direc, Area fosterparents will meet 7maria Cell torswere present and set a date for p.m., Monday, April 21, at the,. is a member of Fighter the study and revision of the club Butte County Welfare Depart- ro eo on Applications I: Uadron (VF), 2Al r based at the by-laws, meat, 42 County Center Drive, ,j ,iramar Navm " Station, San During the general meeting, Oroville. Tickets for the Silver Dollar Fair Barbara Mandrell show and for CSUS While deployed, his squad- changing the Tuesday meetings to The fourth class in STEPS, Is embarked aboard the air- the first and third Wednesdays of Systematic Training for Effective PRCA rodeo are now on sale. carrier USS Constellation each month was discussed. The Parenting, will be presented by A total of 300 dress circle seats, being taken group passed the meeting date 1,400 reserved grandstand and ating as a unit of the U.S. 7th Sharon Murphy and Virginia i, t. 1,400 bleacher seats will be avail- ,,,,.... change thus allowing more seniors Field, Foster Parent Licensing Applications for the In The Heritage (3ok Shopping 80" was the seventh m to take part in other county activi- Workers. "Methods of Disciplineable for the Barbara MandrellFall 1980 semester yO, ), s of major Fleet exercises in- ties, which take place on Tuesdays. that Develop Responsibility" will Show. She will appear one time only classes at California lVing "rim of the Pacific" no- According to Gridley Senior be the topic of discussion, at the fair on Thursday, May 22 at State University Sac- ICE CREAM ,: .,. ' Forty-one ships, 200 aircraft Club member Mrs. Mary Furdas, Parer ts should provide oppor- 8 p.m. ramento are being ac- Cones, sundaes, , / %, b 20,000 sailors and airmen the senior trip tO South Shore, tunities for children to make deci- Reserved grandstand seats arecepted right now and milkshakes, otc. ta Australia, Canada, Japan, Lake Tahoe on April 7 was an starts, within limits, and should also now on sale for the PRCAcomputer-assisted re- Zealand and the U.S. partici-overwhelming success. Refresh-allow them to be responsible for rodeo Saturday, May 24. Reserved gistration at CSUS be- 11 1[ " ted. The exercise was designed meats and bingo followed a short their decisions. This type 'of seats are being sold for the first ginsMay 12. |I l tfft and improve combat readi-stop at Sans' Town onRouteS0, guidance is called natural and time thisyear to alleviate thelong Prospective students t1 .Salad Bar i| s.o.f the units in most aspects of Mrs'. Furdas said the scenery on logical consequences. It replaces lines, can easily register by 1[ i n.tmae warfare. Anti-surface, Route 50 was beautiful, reward and punishment as a A total of 1,400 reserved grand- mail after May 12, "K!ti'air and anti-submarine war- Three individuals became new method of disciplining children, stand seats are now on sale for reports Duane Ander- t1" Homomado SoilD procedures were practiced, members of the Gridley Area STEPS offers parents a practical $3.50 each. son, CSUS director of follg with the at-sea replenish-Seniors' Club at the April meeting, technique to meet the challenges of Tickets for both events can be admissions and rec-t1 \'IF and opposed transits. Also. a A club member brought guests raising children today. All foster obtained at the Si,ver Dollar Fair ords. il "Sandwiches l:;J ", l[ Pans firing was conducted at from Petaluma. Bingoand refresh- parents and those interested inoffice on Fair Street in Chico. For More information ]] "On homemade bread" .; [[ e,.Pacific Missile Range Facility meats t ollowed the meeting, becoming foster parents are urged further information, call 342-8351. may be obtained by " arking Sands, Hawaii. ' to attend the meeting. For further The Silver Dollar Fair will run calling 454-6111. VF-211 flies the F-14 "'Tomcat," information, please call 534-4497. May 21 through 26. |' ghter aircraft designed for all- ther operation and capable of |:vpa tactical bombing and pro- | close air support for ground [ "UOps. [ b, 1976 graduate of Mount Plea' High School, San Jose, Calif., [] ! berg joined the Navy in May & CHERRY STREET, GRIDLEY MUSIC FRI. & SAT. NITES" -- FEATURING -- at the Organ From 8:30 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. TUNE TWISTERS - Glvine a little show for the residents of Valley Oaks this week was Bill Williams and his Tune Twisters. The country and western - band played the old classics such as "Stardust" and moved through the years F'$ SPECIALTIES" and played many favorites. Members of the group include Bill Williams onO OYSTER ROCKEFELLER the fiddle and lead guitar; his wife, Nancy on vocals; Ken Kervin on SCALLOPS FLORENTINE rhythm and Allan Wallborn on rhythm. Waliborn was unable to attend, so ", TORNADOS OF BEEF friend Sam Holmes came in to help out. The group plays to many audiences STEAK & BABY LOBSTER TAILS throughout the Butte County and can be reached at 534-4993. STEAK & ABALONE NEPTUNE -- *********, of Lamb, minted pears .......... .$~.7~ Every day there are 200,000 more people in the world to feed than the day before, according to Sperry New Holland. v"CHECK WITH , "'"'""" us Fo,,... presented by E DUKES FASHIONS --------------- 577 Virginia St., 846-9921 FRIDAY AT NOON "New Spring Fashions!" WILL BE CLOSED April 13 to April 27 It's topped with just-picked vegetables, fine natural cheeses and the leanest *i ]Auto Insurance meats, baked on a fresh-rolled crust. Plus fresh hot sandwiches, the juiciest NCH HOURS: 114 Tuesday thru Saluraay Emergency Road Service cheeseburgers anywhere, and crisp green salads. Have a fresh experience! Sun..Thurs. 4-10; Fd. & Sat. 11 " LOUNGE: Open Daily 10 a.m. to 2 a.m. 9T 'Izg Cte?? tl, g Homeowners Insurance !Maps and Tour Books Look for us at 'orreservotion Lolormotion rr ,lTl, Personal Accident Policy . US FOR SUNDAY BRUNC"ff :.'. Heritage Oak Shopping Center IIil11111 .............. , .... $ .25 " 1548 Highway 99E MIJI Champagne ............. .. Gridley ev~'Su-nd~ 10 ~.m. to 2 P.m. :. 846-54116 (OR 533-3931)