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New assessments on mobile homes Ed Brown announced that starting July 1, Butte will be required to value, tax purposes, certain mobile as a result of recently pass- The assessor's office required to assess many homes in the same manner hal housingJ fically there are two situations would cause a mobile home placed on the assessment roll: new mobile homes put- on or after July 1, 1980, on foundation, in or out of a will be required to be placed the real property assessment homes whose license are delinquent with the of Motor Vehicles for 120 days or more on or July 1, 1980, will also be re- to be placed on the real pro- roll. homes whose license fees !not delinquent will continue to through the DMV a~; they e been in the past. said that a recent survey le Assessor's office indicates that in most cases mobile home owners under the existing DMV licensing system will pay less than mobile home owners under the property tax system. He emphasiz- ed that before July 1, 1980, owners with delinquency fees may choose if they wish to continue with DMV or go on the real property tax system, in any event, they will not be able to avoid paying the delin- quency fee since those fees will become a lien against the real pro- perty if they are not paid to DMV. Therefore, the Assessor is urging those mobile home owners with delinquent license fees to pay those fees before July I, 1980, should they desire to remain on the license tax system. Any questions regarding this new procedure should be directed to the assessor's office by phoning 534-4721 in Oroville. Mexico is nudging Japan as the leading buyer of U.S. grain sorghum. Mexico prefers sorghum for animal feed, reserving corn for humans. I ELECTION TUESDAY - Gridley's Will Mattly, the Butte County Friday, May 30, 1980 -- THE GRIDLEY HERALD -- Page 5 City Council sets budget hearings Setting the public hearings on in other business, the council the proposed 1980-81 city budget is will hear the first reading of an or- just one of the items on the full dinance restricting parking of Gridley City Council agenda Mon-semi-trailers and trucks on city day night, streets plus a resolution establish- During the Monday night meet- ing a 20 mile-an-hour speeding ing, residents will also have the up- limit on Magnolia and Sycamore portunity to speak during the Streets. public hearing on federal revenue 7he council meeting will start at sharing funds. 7:30 p.m. in the council chambers The owner of the Gridl'ey Taxi in City Hall. Service will go before the council with a request to change the pre- sent contract with the city. Manzanita seeks In addition, the council will hear a request by City Public Works input on contract Director Jim Ward to get a quoteThe Manzanita School District from an engineering firm provid-Board of Trustees is currently stu- ing the proposed extension of dying the certificated staff pro- Spruce Street to the Gridley-Colusa posed contract which deals with Highway. salaries and working conditions of ******* the district's teachers. "1 h r o u g h o u t t h e s u m m e r The board welcomes any and all months, maintain a regular water- public input concerning this pro- ing and feeding program for yourposal. lawn. Start your grass la sn offAll interested residents are asked well by fertilizing no;v and using to contact a member of the school sprays to control any pests or board or contact ManzanitaSchool diseases that may be at work. Your where a copy of the proposed con- nurseryman has the necessary sup- tract is available. District Attorney running for Superior Court Judge, talks over campaign plies. plans with his manager, Amid or Ga rcia. Mattl y is running against at- DA torneys Loyd Mulkey, Jr. and A. John Merlo. The election is Tuesda), Trycucumbers June 3. this summer [[ "al_!ng & I (Continued from Page !) names, while opponents say judges den vegetable, ranking . , should be allowed to determine behind only' tomatoes II J benefit because it would stimutate h ....... and beans. Cucumbers !11 i-- -: I .... ' . . " .. , W emer reporters snoulu De corn- me hOUSing muustry arianmp pelled to reveal their sources, gratify the senses with ||COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION | eterans. PROPOSITION 6 their crisp texture, their cool color and their DoullasMa ens-BIGGS-868-1034 Opponents say it only duplicates This measure revamps the re- existing federal programs appointment system in the stategreat taste which star in PROPOSITION 3 " , constitution, a wide variety of foods. This would limit the Legislature s Supporters say it is a more fair Today, there are more ability to make future alterations apportionment system while up- than thirty' cucumber in the State Capitol's historically portents argue that only citizens varieties available to restored areas, should be counted, home gardeners. Yet, it Supporters want to protect the is known that cucum- historical restoration of the Capitol ' PROPOSITION 7 This would permit governmentbets were mentioned in the Bible and also in while there is little organized up- agencies to remove debris deposit- Chinese agricultural position, ed on private property by a natural ritin ,s circa 5 A.D. PROPOSITION 4 disaster. Thanks to improve- Ttiis measure would eliminate Supporters say this eliminates the required voter approval of low income rental projects, if one is any potential confusion in using ments made by hybrid- l public funds for disaster cleanup, zers and seed technolo- planned in a community, gists, many cucumbers Supporters believe the measure There is no known opposition, are resistant to diseases would encourage communities to that would have wiped FUL-STAIN seek available federal money for PROPOSITION 8 them out 50 years ago. 667-XX adequate housing while opponents This is a measure allowing state The modern home gut- REG. $13.40 say it would eliminate local control revenue bonds to be used by pri- dener can expect his over such projects. ,,'ate industry to finance installa- cucumbers to grm like FUL-SHi[-- -- Sale PROPOSITION 5 " tion of facilities using alternative the luscious beauties 603-XX ~eG" S8;FUL UF Dubbed a Freedom of the Press"" sOurces Of energy" " they see in pictures if REG. $17.35 _ measure, Proposition 5 would giveSupporters sa , it would eiicour: they' give this vegetable reporters the right to withhold age ahernative energy uses while the few conditions it ale names of confidential sources opponents say private industry al- needs: warmth, fairly when subpoenaed, ready does this, and there is no fertile, well-draining Supporters argue that" sources need for the government to get in- soil and lots of x ater. will dry up if they must reveal their volved. 5 ) ROLLER KITS Purchase of 10 Gallons or More) REG. $7.98 Sale Brushes & Rollers 20% OFF -- SALE % if f,.= ON WALLPAPER ORDERS Prices effective Friday, May 30 thru Sunday, June 15 IE PAINT SHOP Elliott & Roberson Painting Contractors, also located at: 2267 Hwy 99E, Gridley, Ph. 846-5069 or 846-2333 OPEN 9 to MON. THRU SAT. When you're planting begonias, don't forget there's another member of this family besides the tuberous. Fibrous begonias make ex- cellent border subjects and offer foliage of light green to bronze and red in addition to flowers of pink, white, rose or red. Your nur- seryman can supply you with se.veral varieties of this be- gonia. Government estimates show U.S. cotton grow- ers will seed 14.8 million acres this year, up six percent from 1979. & Mrs. Jerry Lee and daughter Usa taxpayer works 'til mid-May each year to pay for government, TOO MUCH GOVERNMENT! 4. CRIME recipients (not nor the handicapped) should pull in exchange for their benefits. is against the environmentalist in- government over-regulations. our farmers today, Lhey won t feed us tomorrow. [RGY is against any more construction power. is for the Auburn Dam & filling the Dam for hydro-electric power. Jerry Lee, 700 Elisa, Roseville, CA 95678 Jerry Lee is in favor of Capital Punishment. Jerry Lee favors mandatory prison for: Rapists Violent Crimes Repeat Offenders Hard Drug Pushers Home Burglars Using a Gun Attacks on the elderly & handicapped Jerry Lee is for long confinement for mentally disordered sex-offenders. Jerry Lee is for a crack-down on child por- nography. Crime Should Not HONEST, CARING, ENTHUSIASTIC. Someone who will listen to the people. *Bill Dempsey Tim Dempsey Teri Dempsey * Louis and Imogene Edwards *Gene and June Harris Carol Franklin Dale and Evamae Daigh Clark and Joyce Dorsey Duane S. Lemm Gerald and Grace Blanchard *Delbert and Paula Birdseye*Hattie Morgue I, Cloyd and Agnes Pearce Tom and Virginia Smyth *Mary J. Nicholas Bob and Janie Grohs Wayne & Barbara Anderson Velma Boone Earl and Nancy Kepner Pete and Judy Volpato Mike and Angle Esponde *Pare Dahl Ray and Jackie Schimmel Frances T. Donohe Dave and Kathy Barr *Sue Murphy *Sharon Anderson Dan and Rosalind McNair *Larry and Loya Merlo *Alta Lee *Bob and Bey Wahl Linnea Jeffries Dwight and Ruth Brinson Tom and Patsy Herseth *Kay Skillen *Ray and Nita I le *Robert and Sarah Skillen Johnny & Bhrbara Anderson * Rosalee Cartwright Gus and Nita Gore Frances Olsen Bob and Sylvia Edminston Pat and Janie Marvin Judy Wagoner Frank and Marty Gore * Bob and Karen Birdseye *Ivan & Caralee Sohnrey *Bill and Karen McEnespy Paul and Joan Tilley Judy Petrucelli *Wiley and Lorene Wahl*Ed and Ruby Kirnmelshue*Dax and Karen Kimmelshue *Butte County Farm Bureau Members "We also urge the voters in the Gridley-Biggs Area to do the same/" JOIN US...VOTE FOR COUNTY GOVERNMENT WHERE YOUR VOICE CAN BE HEARD! I Paid for by Dempsey for Supervisor- District 4, Rte. 2, Box 615, Durham CA 95938