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June 11, 1980

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Car Show in Chico Visitor and Convention has announced the date for annual Chico Concours ance classic and antique b show. This year the Concours held September 21 from 11 to 4 xm. at the Silver Dollar year 3,000 people attended classiest event, viewing from horseless carriages classics to the latest ex- cars. additiona! attraction on 21 is the North Valley Car Club's Annual Chico Meet which will also be held an adjacent section of the 21 should prove to be elegant and enjoyable day. now to pack a picnic lunch a bottle of champagne and as you view the 'glittering and shining chrome of these of automotive past. bphies are awarded in 20 classes, including a "Best Show" and the "People's award where spectators a chance to vote for their auto. are now being solicited classic and antique auto with over 150 entries ex- for 1980. In addition to the and antique autos, there displays of old-fashioned and fire engines as well as by a Dixieland jazz BLASTOFF - Eddie Ta~lor blasts-off his rocket Wednesda) afternoon over at Manzanita School. it was all part of Wanda Burleson's class project on space science. forms may be obtained by Todd Radke at 891- or writing Concours, P.O. 3303, Chico, California, ~" "~ "/ '/ "k "k "k fis quick marinated beef round is delicious grilled outdoors the coals. Marinate 2J/a Ibs. steak in a mixture of 1 [8 oz.] Italian dressing, V2 red wine and 1 tablespoon sauce about 6 or overnight. Place on grill, at 3 ifiches above hot coals, about 5 to 7 minutes side for rare or to desired aloneness. Slice diagonally, grain, to serve. Makes 6 ners owned 5.2 million of U.S. agricultural land as 31, 1979. That's le ss 0.5 percent of all privately- agricultural land, reports )110 F600 dump. READY TO Set. F6OHVGAll60. price $18,776. SALE -- Sl6,750 $600 REBATE C. Bayes COMPANY, INC. E Street, Marysville 743-7301 travel in foreign countries, It's vacation-travel time. While a trip to another country can be ex- citing and enjoyable, it can also be miserable if you become ill. Butte County's health depart- ment can give you information about immunizations required for the foreign countries you plan to visit. Immunizations should be given by your family doctor well in advance of your trip. Immuniza- tions for cholera, Or yellow fever may be needed. You should also make sure that polio and tetanus- diphtheria [TD] booster immuni- zation series are up-to-date. If there is a risk of malaria, ask your doc- tor about anti-malaria pills. The health department has an up-to- date list of the diseases threatening areas throughout the world. Take an adequate supply of any medication with you, especially prescription drugs, and carry a note from your docto( stating the need for such medication. It is im- portant to have your prescriptions filled before you leave since some drugs have different trade names in other countries. If you suffer from a chronic illness, such as diabetes, carry an identification card or tag which will inform others of the condition in case of an emergency. If you would like a list of English-speaking physicians in countries you plan to visit,, a worldwide directory is available from the International Association for Medical Assistance toTravelers, 350 5th Avenue, New York, New York 10001. If you wear glasses or contact lenses, you may want to lake along a copy of the prescription in case they are lost or broken. Travel by airplane and the resulting "jet lag can disrupt the natural functioning of your body, especially eating and sleeping habits. In general, doctors recom- mend you eat when hungry - even if it is 3:00 a.m. Allow your body to adjust gradually to timc changes. Some airplane lravelers feel very tired when they arrive at their destination.. The jet lag is caused by lravel through differenl time zolles. To avoid jet lag, il nla) be helpful to do the following: For flights eastward, slay up late 'for three nights before you leave. Sleep on the airplane, if possible, and try to take a nap as soon as you arrive at yotn destinalion. Wear clothing approprialc for the climale of the places you visit. Do sightseeing in comfortable walking shoes and try nol lO cro~,vd too much into each day. Sleeping and eating habits should be as nor. real as possible. Avoid excessive use of alcohol and tobacco. Food and water usually is safe in the belier hotels alld restaurants, but even there upsets nlay occur. Eat only foods that are cooked and served hot. Avoid cold foods, salads, and raw fruils and vegetables unless you peel them yourself and wash them with treated water. Bottled water should be used for drinking, brushing teeth and the preparation of all beverages servcd cold. Water can be made safe by boiling it briefly or by use of chemical disinfectants recom- mended by your doctor or phar- macist. Avoid the use of ice in drinks - it may have been made from contaminated water, and there is not enough alcohol in mix- ed drinks to kill the bacteria. With some planning and good common sense, your trip should be a pleasurable one. )O0000000t 0 [ 101 Virginia Street,: Gr,dley (NEXT TO LIBBY'S, LIBBY',S, LIBBY'S) O :. Mon, th__ru Fri !i:30to 2:30 .O O O O ,O O 0 O O O .O O Of all the weight-loss programs in the none have boon moa-o successful than the Weight Watchers program. We've helped more people lose more pounds than any other plan. And what we did for them, we can do for you. If you're serious about losing weight; join Weight Watchers now. Because with many other programs, all you lose in the long run is time. GRIDLEY WOMAN'S CLUB 424 Wilson Street ~A~ .......................................... 7:00 P.M. For Information Call Collect: (916) 533-2450 e WIEKJ, HI ~3CHEI~ ~NIL ~NC. i~o OWNER OF TH~ WliW..,HI v,~TO4EgS rg,~Et,~ Proclamation WHEREAS, beef is a traditional American food, and; WHEREAS, the family is the backbone of our country and an important source of strength in our modern society; and WHEREAS, the beef industry is the largest segment of our nation's agricultural industry and is vital to our economy as well; and WHEREAS, beef's status as a food rich in protein, iron, B-vita- mins and other essential nutrients makes it truly a food to serve "for so any good reasons"; and WHEREAS, it is important that the people of Gridley recognize the m portance of beef in their every- day life; and WHEREAS, Father's Day, June 15, 1980, is traditionally the time to honor the family and the beef industry for their contributions to the strength and welfare of our great state and nation; NOW, THEREFORE, !, DORIS LONG. Mayor of the City of Grid ley do hereby proclaim the use of BEEF FOR FATHER'S DAY on June 15, 1980. 1 respectfully urge all business organizations, pro- ducers and consumers to cooperate in this observance. 1 urge the serv- ing of beef in all homes on this day, that it may take its rightful place among those foods served on special days and in so doing, recog- nize the importance of the beef in- dustry,in our state and national economy. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. 1 have hereunto set my hand on this 5th day of June in the year of our Lord, One Thousand Nine Hundred and Eighty. DORIS E. LONG Mayor City of Gridley Section 2, Page 1 THE GRIDLEY HERALD Wednesday, June 11, 1980 J ! COWBELLES PROCLAMATION - Thelma Jensen (left), a member of the Butte County Cowbelles, is shown here receiving a proclamation from Gridley Mayor Doris Long, urging ilia1 beef be served for that special Father's Day meal this coming Sunday, June 15. The Cowbelles also observe Father's Da): by awarding beef certificates to the parents of the first child born on June 15 in each of the Butte County hospitals. lender beet steaks are