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12.& Wednesday, March 28, 2001 Community Courts Gwen Dore, Barbara Macy and Judy Neideffer were helped prepare the daffodils once they were delivered. Grace Aim Mason wa- ters daffodils by the dozens as she Pit lles in to help the American Cancer Society in one of their major fund-raisers. More than $8,000 worth of daffodils were sold this month. Photos by Victoria Metcalf among the volunteers who -9 ::':: i ~; \ .... ! ] I By Dave Keller Sta-~dter Mai .B. Abbott, a potential witness a major meth lab case, was sentenced last week to a year in county jail. The punishment was issued in Plumas County Superior Court by Judge Ira R. Kauf- man. Abbott's case is regarded as important because she could be called as a witness against Portola's Raymond and Joella Tiradeau. The Tiradeaus are accused of making meth, possessing the components used to make meth and providing a place where illegal drugs were made. They were bound over in De: cember for trial by Kaufman. An attempt earlier this month by defense attorneys Robert Zernich and George Zube to dash Kaufman's ruling on the Tiradeaus was turned away by Judge Garrett Olney. At one point, Abbott and Alan Lackey were codefen- dants with the Tiradeaus. In October, Lackey pled no contest to felony counts of Russell R, Darling Navy Seaman Russell R. Darling, son of Karen S. and William S. Darling of Portola, recently visited Barcelona, Spain, during a six-month de- ployment to the Mediter- ranean Sea and Arabian Gulf, while assigned to the guided missile destroyer USS Mitsch: er, home ported in Norfolk, Va. While in Barcelona, the Mitscher crew had the oppor- tunity to observe the histori- cal architecture, visit the Barcelona Zoo and the Mar- itime Museum, which houses Christopher Columbus' ships, the Nifia, Pinta and Santa Maria. They also were able to enjoy the local culture and cui- sine. The March 5 meeting of Xi The donation was designat- Gamma Zeta was heldat Nelda ed for assistance devices "Wai:ren's new residence, and/or durable mi dical equip- WA dSnation of $200 was made ment for Plumas County resi- to the Great Basin Sierra dents. Other designations in- ] .qervJnn .qiarra In_