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June 4, 1980

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SELECTED - At a recent convention of the California Retired Teachers Association, Ray Roberts was elected to serve as a director of Area II, one of the nine areas throughout the State of California. There are seven retired teacher divisions in Area I!, State Capitol, Nevada, Sutter-Yuba-Colusa, Butte Co., Mt. Lassen, Mt. Shasta, and Siskiyou. As an area director, Roberts will represent these seven divisions on the board of directors for the State Association. it will be his responsibility to disseminate information pertaining to retirement to members of his area. In January of 1981, he will set up an area conference to help new officers and committee members to become acquainted with the operation of the association whose purpose it is to secure a better life for retired teachers. boating and boating safety, l++x- hibitors who have items v+hich have application ashore a,, v, clla,, on the waler, such as l+irefighting equipment, first aid material, and even noise rcdnclJon de ice , ~ill be present to display Iheil 'Aarcs. The complete cvenl ~ill be free to the public and there ~ill be no charge for exhibitors or partici- pants in any evenl. ()n Sunday. June 15, the boat launch ranip at lhe Spillmay x~ill be closed unlil 3 p,m.; howe~er, the Spill~ay park- ing area will be opeq to the public lot free parking, lhcre ~ill be a drawing to help gencrale public participation and involvemcm in the Safe Boatil~g Week theme. I he drawing will be held at 2 p.m. on the final day, Sunday, June 15th, with prizes being donated by ,nc~- chanls. Persons inlercsted in emcring the boat parade, and merchant s in- terested in exhibiting wares during the event can pick up entry forms al the Bidwell Canyon Marina, Lake Oroviile; at The Boal Yard, 1495 Oliver Street, Oroville; or by telephoning the California l)epart- sent of Parks and Recreation at [916] 534-2409, for mail delive;+y of forms. Local men are on prune committee The Butte County Safe Boating Committee, in cooperation with the California Department ot+ Parks and Recrention, is sponsor- ing the First Annual Lake Oroville Safe Boating Week, June 8th through June 15th. The commith.c is composed of representatives from local boating clubs, groups and agencies in- cluding the U.S. Power Squadron, the U+S. Coast (;uard Auxiliary and REA(7I, to mention a few. ]he Grand Finale scheduled for Sunday, June 15, at lhc l+akc Oroville Spillway l+aunch Ramp, will include a safe boating fair as well as on-the-water safely demon- strations+ A simulated U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary hclicopt+~ rescue, a man overboard drill, and a train- ing exercise for local California Department of Forestry fire- fighters involving a real live boat fire will be among the events stag- ed to demonstrate safe boating practices. Local yacht club repre- sentatives will also offer free boat rides to the public. The first pan of Safe Boating Week, June 8Itl lhrough June 14th, will be emphasized through publicity on safe boating, l'he final day, June 15th, will commence at 9 a.m. with a boat parade passing in review across the lace of the Dam and lhe Spillway area, where the judging plattornl will be located. Boats will be judged for their decorations by the Mayors of Biggs, Chloe, Gridley, Orovillc and Paradise. The Co-Grand Mar- shals will be Chairman Robert l+emke, Butte County Board of Supervisors, District Commander Will Sears, USPS, and Com- modore Phil Patnude, USCGA. A portion of the Spillway park- ing lot will be set aside for display booths to display items, equip- menl, devices, etc., pertaining to Several Gridley area residents were recently appointed to the Prune Administrative Committee by Bob Bcrgland, secretary of agri- culture. Those local representatives in- clude Joe Patane, Walter Neck and Justin Micheli of Live Oak, and Henry LaBarbera of Gridley. IIICYCLIMO CIMTlll Created for Orldley some extra A recycling and recovery center will be established for Gridley residents to handle their old newsprint and old aluminum cans. The center will be located at the Yuba-Sutter Disposal Inc. Transit SEa- lion on Ord Ranch Road and will he open on future Saturdays and Sundays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Old newsprint will be purchased for $15 a ton and aluminum cans will be bought at 23 cents per pound. You can make a profit while clearing Iltterl USE RECYCUNG CENTER AT ORD RANCH ROAD TRANSIT STATION. 0 U.S. cotton exports for 1979/80 are fore- cast in the eight-million bale range, the highest in 47 years. DAN SOIIND/1/ 674.234 (Gridtey-Biglgs call collect RES. 846-31 I0 IALII li IIIVII IV SERVICE ANTENNA SERVICE Repairs on stereos and car radios Gridley-Biggs.Live Oak Service Calls . , S14,50 UiTE MI EL USED 1 'S 657 Plumas St, Y.C. I ':+' .... '+"' VL r II Live Seventy-five Live Oak Elemen- iary School students will receive their eighth grade diplomas during ceremonies Thursday at 8 p.m. in the school quad area. The student speakers are Saman- tha Owens on the "Equal Rights Amendment," Michel Brothers on "The Problems of Marijuana," Leticia Sanchez on "Women in the United States Armed Forces" and John Rodriguez on "The Draft." The graduates are: Antonio Alcocer, Adele Elaine Amyx, l+ucio Arturo Angel, James Ray Bagley, Julie Ann Beboul, June Louise Benzel, Amanda La 'Shell Breuss, Robert Joseph Bridges, Michele Louisa Brothers, Candi Ann Caraway Theresa Caslro, Lorctta Dean Cline, Floyd Kevin Collins, Michael Charles Denny, Baljit Singh Deal, Sumanjit Kaur Dhillon Troy Dean Dollins, Alma Maricela Duenas, Tejinder Kaur Dulai, Ann Marie Dunnahoe, David Matthew Gon- zalez, Ramiro Montero Gonzales, Kevin Austin Goodman, Kimberley Ann Goodman, Donna Lynn Harvel, Craig Alan Harwood, Farland Ray Hess, John Jeffery THE GRIDLEY HERALD & SHOPPING NEWS -- Wednesday, June 4, will g te Hoag, Shelley Dyan Llo ffman, Suzanne Monique Huddleston; Annette Doreen Jones, Eliza- beth Ann Judd, Tirath Singh Kaur, Hermilia Lopez Lama, Ber- nard Dwayne Lammey, Annette Marie Landers, Matthew Edward Langley, Patrick Andrew Laugh- lin, Bennie Maurice McQuerry, Maria Rcyna Magana, Rod-ney Glen Mason, Lisa Ann Ware Mat- thews, Pamela Anne Miles, Shirley Ann Mirassou, Allison Kay Nevis, Dantie Renee Newsom, Samantha Rene Owens, Gurvinder Singh Pamma, Lucila Paras, Richard Vernon Pate, Martin Rivera Rnmire7. Rnnald Jerry Reed. Steven Thomas Rehermann Charles Rizor, Chad Alan son, John Joseph Leticia Maria Elena Francisco Zavier Saucedo, Lee Scarberry, Debra Schmidl, Micheile Marie Rena Deanne Smith, Smith, Sara Ernestine Soliz, Wayne Stafford, Herbert Stillwell, Delana Kay David Lyndol Swartz, Dawn Thornsberry, German Topete, Elizabeth Ann Urn Lydia Isabel Velasquez, Widener, Leslie Arthur Martha Tamayo Zamora. 1.5 Liter Dinner Specials or Burgundy, Chablis, Rhine IWEEKLY SPECIAL / Gall Wine 3 Liter or Pink Chablis, Vin Rose, Red Rose, & Rhine PLus sp[MI / ear Green Hungarian, Zinfandel Sebastiani Wine 750 mL * Bottles WEEKLY SPECIAL ! Masion Blanc Or Cold Duck 750mL Bottles W[_.~.~.Y $ffCIll i Christian Bros. 750 mL or Brut Champagne ..... Bottle Christian Bros. or Grey Riesling ..... ~L 1.5 amrusco Riunite .............. liter =nl Pinot Noir Blanc 750 mL ...... Bottle $ I~as M,,..,~,~.,,,,, Cabernet 750 mL Sauvignon ...... Bottle 1.5 .............. Liter 750 mL )Christian Bros. or La Salle Rose... Colony Wine 3 Rose ......Liter WEEKL..__Y SPEgMI Rhine Garten eRose 1.5 Liter Burgundy Chablis Vin Rose 1.5 Liter III I WE_. Y SPECIAI / Light or Dark 6 Pack 124z. Bottles ~[[_~YSPECMI, Lager Beer 12 Pack I 1-oz. Bottle I No Return No RetU# I WIHE Burgundy Chablis eZinfandel Rhine 1.5 Liter 12 Pack 12-oz. Cans Crystal Blanc White Rose 750 mL 12 PaLk 12-oz. Cans OO0 Prices Effective Thru Tuesday, June 10 at Safeway in Gridley. Sales in. Retail Quantities Only ,' Copyright 1960 Safeway Stores, Inc.