$1000 Scholarship for Larry Spini

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$1000 Scholarship for Larry Spini - Boise Cascade-Union awards scholarships Winners...
Boise Cascade-Union awards scholarships Winners of, Boise-Cascade- Union Lumber Region's first Safety Achievement Scholar-' ships were announced during commencement exercises held at Fort Bragg high school. Scholarships are earned by a company production unit bettering by 50 per cent or more the national disabling injury frequency rate for their type of operation. Scholarships ajfe awarded to sons and daughters of hourly employes from the * winning units who plan to continue their education at an accredited college or university, university, excluding trade or business colleges. Winners of $1,000 scholarships were Willits plant, Rose E. Martinez, father, Isaias Martinez; Martinez; Fort Bragg woods, Patricia Hast, father, Lester Hast; Fort Bragg speciiil ' products, Janis Romeri, father, Donald Romeri; Fort Bragg production-maintenance, Larry Edward Spini, father, Edwai'd Spini; Cynthia Christina Eklund, father, Wesley Eklund; Richard M.'l.ane, fathei", Roy Lane; Raymond George Johnson, father, George S. Johnson; David Ray Perry, father, David W. Perry. Rose Martinez graduated from Willits high sc°hool. Janis Romeri and Larry Spini are attending Chico State College, and the other five winners are 1970 graduates of Fort Bragg high school. Of $24,400 in scholarships awarded to lumber operations of Boise Cascade. $8,000 was won by Union Lumber Region units during 1969. Four out of five eligible Union Lumber Region units won scholarships for their safety performance. Top ten' fhfs week 1. Long and Winding Road- For You Blue 2. My Baby Loves Lovin' 3. Ride Captain Ride 4. Spirit in the Dark 5. Question 6. The Wonder of You 7. Ball of Confusion 8. Mama Told Me (Not to Come) 9.,Hitchin' a Ride 10. The Love You Save BREAD-BUYER, BEWARE! WASHINGfON^ (UPD—The housewife who pays the few cents extra for specialty breads may be ge.tting nothing substantially substantially different from plain breads, reports the Food and Drug Administratjqn (FDA). An FDA survey showed that in some butter, egg, potato and buttermilk breads the amounts of special ingredients were unreasonably low.

Clipped from Ukiah Daily Journal11 Jun 1970, ThuPage 8

Ukiah Daily Journal (Ukiah, California)11 Jun 1970, ThuPage 8
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