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Section 2, Page 1 GRIDLEY HERALD June 4, 1980 Gridley Sportman's Club's first ever Shad Fishing Derby down Lodge recently was such a success that members have decided it an annual event. 50 area youngsters, many who had never fished before, for the derby and wound up catching 72 fish and six dif- varieties. free derby went on from 7 a.m. tO 1 p.m. with the Sportsman's supplying all the rods, reels and bait. There was also a picnic. were awarded to first place winners with all others receiv- ,ns. i caught 41 catfish, five bass, three carp, 16 perch, five and two pike. Wagner caught the largest fish, measur, ing 14-1/8; followed .... Wagner, 13; Larry WoOdward, 11; Jerime Cadek, Travis and Doug Rowles, 10; and Manuel Luiz, 10-5/8. Waiters hauled in the smallest catch of the day at 3-5/8; by Paul Rowles, 3; Darrin Grein and David Biles, 4; Smith and Jason Dollar, 4; and Brandy Waiters, 4-5/8. are the winners and runners-up in each category: - Larry Woodward, 11 ; Jerime Cadek, Travis Smith Rowles, 10; Dave Road, Tom Bannister and James Staf- 10; Dave Bowers and Brandy Waiters, 10; and Donnie Steve Thompson, Dave Biles and Harold Woolery, 10-0. - Charlie Lang, 9 ; Gigi Gridley, 8-7/8; Mayo Wagner, 8 ; Thomas, 5; and Jason Dollar, 4. - Manuel Luiz, 9; Brandy Walter, 9-1/8; Greg Rowles James Cabrera, 8; Nathan Hanthey, 7; and Matt Bassett, - Billy Huntly, 9-1/8; Keith Malens, 5-5/8; Mayo ..... ........ 7-5/8; Matt Bassett, 7-0; and Jason Perry, 6-5/8. - Mayo Wagner, 14-1/8; Dave Wagner, 13-0; and Mayo 8-0 - Manuel Luiz, 10-5/8; and second, 9 A. STEADY - Mark Hall helps steady David Roach's pole. \ \ FIRST - Gigi Gridley caught her first fish with the help of Gent Salza. IIII HELP - Vern Hartman helps Keith Martilt bait his pole. rice industry leaders expressed confidence that statewide will vote to in- their contribution to re- in an election called by and Agriculture Director Rominger. Ballots mailed out May 30 must be returned to the Department within 30 days to be counted. The Rice Research Board, fi- nanced solely by self-imposed grower assessments, has unani- mously re2ommended "primary III41tT ~ j full traatmant. OFF L...TEO O.E. Thru June 30th it comes to custom window treatments, eobody it like Ioanna. Woven Woods-the unique woven shades that bright new look to any area of your home. Woven are also available in ultra-smart matching cafe peries. Interior shutters-stained, unfinished, in colors movable louvers or various insets. Or choose your fabric for insets with a personal touch. I~ Window shades-in colors, textures, styles, and Items you've never imagined. There's no end to what you can do with a little Jnation-and the complete Joanna line of window /!* IE PAINT SHOP Elliott & Roberson Painting Contractors, also located at: 2267 Hwy 99E, Gridley, Ph. 846-5069 or 846-2333 9 to 5, MON. T.HRU SAT. KOAT-ALL INTERIOR FLAT LATEX Beautiful colors Simple to apply Pleasing fiat finish Easy clean-up Ideal for Apadment Clean-up INTERtOR FLAT LAT|I REG. GAL SALE s5.90 Spanish conversation classes Spanish conversation classes at the begin- ning, intermediate and advanced levels will be offered by Butte Col- lege during the summer session, which begins June 23. An on-campus day- time class combining beginning and interme- diate conversation will be taught by Liborio Medina from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs- day in Room 316 of the library. A beginning class in the same room is scheduled for 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday, with Art Guerra as the instruc- tor. Dr. Michael Ramon will teach both inter- mediate and advanced Spanish conversation from 6 to 8 p.m. Mon- day and Wednesday in Room 128 at Chico Senior High School. For more information call 895-2461 or 895- 2581. U.S. milk production totaled 123.6 billion pounds in 1979. That's up two percent from 1978 and the highest national total since 1965, according to USDA. research goals" which include reducing rice stra~' burning and finding ahernative, cost-effective waste utilization methods. "Government hasn't a very greal record, in accomplishing things ol this nature," notc~ Rice Research Board member Iran l)u- Bois. "And besides," hc added, "as responsible citizens, wc ould rather do the jo.b ourselves." Rice growers are convinced that through their self-imposed tax, they Jca do a more cffccl job of researchmg and solving industry problems which affect bolh growers and surrounding com- Inunities. In 1979 grm~crs contributed Io research at the current inaxinltllll two and a half cent rate per hun- dred pounds of rice prodttccd. The vote will determine il they double that ceiling to five cenl,, per hundred pounds, increasing an- nual funding by up to $750,01)0. If approved, that could generate a total of $75 million for research over the next five years. The rate increase must be ap- proved by at least 51 percent ol the state's 2500 rice growers, repre- senting 65 percent of all California rice acreage Visitor Center summer series The California Department of Parks and Recreation and the Cali- fornia Department of Water Re- sources is again presenting a Sum- mer Lecture Program at the Lake Oroville Visitor Center, located at the end of Kelly Ridge Road. The special lectures, given by guest speakers, are scheduled for Wed- ' nesday nights at 7 p.m. Archie Fire kamedeer, the spiri- tual advisor to many Sioux In-' dians, will present a program deal- ing with the Sioux religious cere- monies associated with" the "Sweatlodge" and the "Sacred Pipe." This program will be of- fered on Wednesday, June 11 at 7 p. 111. A-IIq CONDITIONING Having your air conditioner serviced regularly means long- run dollar savings. For all parts replacements, call us. We're experts on all makes of air conditioners. .533-8128 C, contrCctors license No. 267743 VFW Post 5731 meeting Thursday VFW Post 5731 and the auxi- liary.will meet June 5 in Memorial Hall at 8 p.m. For the summer, all meetings ~ill be on the first Thursday of the 1110111 h. There are niore chickens in the world today than people, and the number of chickens is growing fasler than human population, 5/6 yard dump. READY TO WORK! Set. FSOHVGA1160. 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