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A Up Q The Greenville Sanitary District a little over a year ago wifh the main purpose of g the present tmsatisfactory mthods of individual sewage disposal in the town of Greenvilld. These present unsatisfactory methods were described more sent out by the district to the voters who are eligible to go to the polls next Tuesday . . . "&apos;Conditions in Greenville have been unsatisfactory for imme time. The records of the Plumas County Health De- partment indicate that there have been many sewage overflows & the past and that sewage sometimes reaches Wolf Creek. In some areas open sewage trenches are easily accessible to children and domestic pets. Localized odor nuisances are caus- ed by sewage overflows, particularly during the warm season. In short, soil conditions are not proper for continued use of septic tamks. The County Sa,dtarian has stated that it is ab- solutely essential to the health and wel]arc of the communi- ty that measures be immediately taken." And in Iris preliminary report, the district engineer agreed . "'Existing sewerage facilities consist of individual septic tank and leach fields. Due to the relative imperviousness of the il. leaching action is poor and in some cases, offensive odors and surface discharge of septic tank effluent occur. ! Individual septic tanks and leach fields do m)t provide a sat- isfactory method of sewage disposal and this condition will become worse with time." There i not much one can add to these opinions--ex- cept /bat wifih there are a good manv things a modern conl-! munitv c:m .el along withre, one pf them is not decent sew- age facilities. The t;reenvitle Sanitary District has dime ait the neces- sary preliluina O, work ant the voters now have the ,tpportuni- I ty of cleaning up once and for all a conmmnity "black-eye." i In next Tuesday's special election on general obligation bon to finale the sewer project, we will be very much sur- prised if the measure Is not approved by a fawrable vote of at least 90 per cent. {While there is actually no reason for a single unfavorable vote, a few crotchedy individuals who are against progress in any form and who don't give a hoot for the community always manage to show tip at the polls, And prolbly not a one of them will show up at the public meeting Friday evening.) Jmt for The Record "Looking back on another old year, a year of frenzied satellite launch- ings and moonshots, cold war and union gangsterism, congested high- ways and everyday traffic accidents, governmental absurdity and bum-  bling, deficit financirtg and frantic . living . . . we find ourselves faced with the prospect of living through a new year at may few minor anything, will probably be more of a mess than '58. So we can think of only one sensible resolution: that we will mae every effort to survive THE SAME FEW people with whom we've managed to hold our temper in the past will be jumping on us again this week far preventing them from becoming rich bylchasing po- tential spenders away from this area. When reading our ,resu- me of the past year's news in this issue they will ediately demand (and are apt to receive) an explanation of wt}y we didn't "whitewash" if-why we don't quit telling everybody about our drunk drivers and juvenile delinquents and stick to the type of news the chamber of commerce prepares. Wt prefer pleasanter news, too. but our papsr is called " ,rl, not The Wisher. , lit tit A GR0 3P 01 RUSSIANS showed up unexpectedly at (a ;.: ,. Peter looked at them with amazement :' "I don't know why you've come up here, you're atheists?' At this one of the group step forward and replied, "Whe wants to come in. We j want our dog back RECORD ANO PROGRESSIVE Thursday, Jcmuary I, 1959 THE RECORD Published every Thursday at Greenville, California Entered m the Post Office at Greenville a 2nd class mail matter Subscription $3 per year Tom Camfield ..... Editor and Publisher NOT ONLY DOES NOTHING stay the official courier, but,no one else does his "courying" either. We pressed a vis- iting brother into service at mailing time last week and prompt- ly sent him to the Greenville postoffice about 10 a.m. with the Chester papers, which had to meet the outgoing truck. Due to mumbled instructions he ended up instead at the Chest- er postoffice . . which didn't bother 'him much until they refused to accept the papers. So he dragged them back to Greenville and over to the postoffice, where they were prompt- ly put on the waiting truck, taken to Chester and back to the postoffice there. This time they were readily acceped from the official courier--a good hour and a half after they were presented there the first time, GREENVILLE * Visilg with the He-bert Holts through  the ,holidays are Mr. and Mrs. Jack HoFt from Red- ding and Mr, and Mrs. Butt Holt from VisaHa. .It Visiting with the Frank Van Ronks hrough te holidays are their ffaughter 'and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wheeler from Sately and Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam Deremiah and family from Saea-aa'nento. Vlsiing with Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ayoob Sr. for a few days is their granddaughter Karen Newn,zan from C,hester. Mr. Milton Gott is very il,1 at his :home. Viting Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Iawson or Chrirtas were tlxoir daughter and fjnHy, Mr. and Mrs Enest Madeline and cil. dren Mary and Billy from GraSs Valley. tt Mat and Mrs. Herbert Holt and Cliff went to the East-West game in San Francisco this Waek end, where Cliff participaed in the 'ha-me hetives. LOCALS sang. held l The Soroptimist Club l their Christmas luncheon at the t Greenville Inn on Thursday lastl week ft members and guests. i Santa's helper distributed the ex- , change gifts. Merrbers of the Soroptimist Club distributed toys to children Greenville and vicinity Sun- flay, from the Sheriff's toyland. The Thursday Contract Bridge Club held their OhTistmas I at Ivy Kampshmitts day night, gifts were The Wednesday Sewing !had their Christmas party at the ' home of Mrs, O. M. Seru@gs on Monday night, vdth a eoelttl hour and exahange off gifts. A group off Christraas Carolers om the Methodist Church were out Sunday niglt and had re- freshments " the home of Mr. and Mrs. Terry Taunt aterwards. They sang again Monday night and trad refreshments at the Larkey's home. t Mr, nd MrS. Frar Rahn and 00ur0000'cs-cr hitdren .lgited Mr. and Mrs. Giles  nd George neei in Maxwell, Mr. and Mrs. Vern  Mr. and Mrs. Dean Lay are en- I joying a visit with their son, boil- Robe.s in Sacramento and rel. atives in Los Angeles over the .e r tender third class Cuek Lay. ne has a 30-day leave from his .. Christmas holiday. ....   Guests at the bHke Ayoobs ship, the USS Current, home bus. "- .... $7. home for @hrimaas dinner ed t Pearl Harbor. Chuck has '" ,  were the Gordon Nev, mmns, Ed forbmsixn months.a cruise Hein heplansFartoEaStre. Newnns of Chester, Mrs, Gladys enlist in the Navy this spring. Newman and daugtter Joan and the Mke Ayoobs Jr. Hcuse guests of Mr. and Mrs. Christmas dinne guests at theb Dean Lay and son Chuck fr the holiday week are Ca,thy, Ro- t-tome of Mr. and Ma. Midaael anne and MRehel Sark of Live Sikorski were Mr. and i Oak" ence Savobsen and / Mr. and Mrs. GeoTge Curnow and Mrs. Tom [entertained ,at Christmes dinner daugaer and a [fox NIx. and Mrs. George Curnow Carrield. visiting here over the Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest holidays, Curnow O Quincy and Mr. and (fom last week) Mrs. Glen Thomsen and family The W:omens Society ot Cris- of Vimon. Man Service held their Ch-Istrrms home of Aewel Stain. 12. A vas pre. away In program. Trudy were Mr George Gerblng are enjoying a visit with heir and daughter-in4tw. Mr. Ron Gerbing. They ar. 20 and will re- New Year's. ; also spent pa ltt her par. t. Motorists Warned .o=oE o, To: WALTER G. ROSS, and to heirs, IKlminietrors and all whom it may Of Winter Hazards --need: 00.oh of yoo ,re hereby notified that during ,the years 1936 1958. inclusive. EILEST DEAN and Win:terlze your driving habits JOHN R, DEAN. did, ss co-owners in the f you expect to cope with slip- LAST CHANCE PLACER CLAIM, ex- pend the sum of $2.300,00 in labor and pery pavemerts, says the Call. improvements upon the said LAST fornia Highway Patrol. 0HANCE PLAOEI CLAIM. deseribed as follows: situate iu Seneca Mining Dis" , "Rain in the valleys and coast- tricL county of Plumas. State of Calf al regions and snow in theIfornia. Said claiul was located in 1925 rnollll Rill aroao rll F ar,atl by the said lOtIN R DEaN the notice -- -- io4 location of said LAST CHANCE PLA- id riving tecnniques ff safety is CER CLAIM was reorded in Volume 15 to be maintained," declared Pat- of Placer Claims, at pag 200 on July __ . 2, 28, in ", ' wOelll C,,ollSslone.r B. R. Cald- ei! c i ai for'a Cerd:r th,hi1ul  simple rules, if,[ "s ereby referred to and by ref" I Fll,xxra.r ,till hl ... .... ,_ erence is made a part hereof sMd ....... ., *.*t. Ltua y*--'t WhiLe:l- t $2 300 O0 is th ^ * " ' " , , - e amoun OI annual IC* ize your driving. I penditure required to hold the said LAir Caldwell listed the following CHANCE PLACER CLAIM for the ye enai g at noon on July 1st, 1936 to and rules to guide drivers during thlinduding the year ending at ]'teen el XIrI+ m4-o hl X lea 195 nd you and each of yell l are hereby further notified that if withill 1. Be ute your brakes, tires, ninety (90) days after ibis notice bY windshield wipers, and steering puhlication you, or any due of you, fai/ or refuse to contribute your proportioll" i mechanism are in top conditions, of such expenditures, viz: the sum 01 2. Keep all windows and the $766.00, being $33.33 for each of said windshield clear at all times, years, your interests in said LAS"I' It CHANCE PLACER OLAIM shall be for- Peek.hole driving is hazardous;, feted to and beome the property of the - subscriiers under the l revisions of See- clear the entire windshield and 2324 of the Revised Statutes of tke all windows before driving. Unitod States. " l I 3. Slow down in wet weather. ERNEST DEAN, Co-owner Wet pavements are slippery and ERNEST DEAN Box 405, i requite extra stopping distance. Chester. California JOHN g. DEAN, Co-owner 4. Obey all traffic rules and .OUN R. DEAN. rgulations; drive in the right Chestex. California hand lane except when overtak. >''  '.,;.-.,,,,,.h ,. 59 ing and passing another car or  - preparing to turn left. Move with .....  ,. '- I ()RE I'].:!':S. ESQ. hhe normal flow of traffic and ',---,, fur .\\;dminisratrix ,'x (a H fOl'ltia properly signal each intention :..,. ....... ., to turn or change lanes.  TIrE SUPERIG COURT OF THE 'a The ('nmnissioner also riffled T,WTE OF CAL;FORNIA IN AND , .'Ot 'E COU]':TY C' PLUMAS Inaol.;tusl phtnnin trips l tile :;. ','::',3 _ ,l!lOUIltalllr. I knOW how to u- >i t) T a v , '.c o c : z D I T o R s Stctj: tll'e CllAi]s f'rupell anti i ,. t':,e Metier ct he Esta:c cf C1-IgELES USe thelil ,,t ;i('ll they are re- :PRglNG .Deceased ",v']*: - * ] ). /lX*'/I [?) " t,, ;llltlc'" qul:ed, v :t).Ic': ''-' [':}: \\;d !!,ini<' r,HriX t,, t't:tTe l ( :i {i.r.,a HI.:{ItlNtL NO-'IC:E OF TRdS'.['EES SALE AT ', th. ;. H ,s vf and all FUBI.IC AUCTI0q i l'sl  h::xinr tin.ira- t:r,:int th,, said ,ttl('[: 18 i[l':t['.[h (;{,ES that (,(l., , fit,. tb,'ll Wltb the notes" ,', ''  i.t3 [te 14111 dr) (*I itllllary ' s ,x votl. llt,r>, within six nlonlhs after .l!l-)::, ;il {hi, -IOOF 1}| .{,l]tllhF:* l(Jt. [tlt" fiI> lul:,;{v;Irim f lids Notice, ill lhe {Iffi('c 01 {;it Clerk of lhe Superior ;tl ue hur of Ill:in, .\\;.l , 11 IIl, Court of the ,'at f Oulifornia In al itoi{ i en CtllC: of t]*e ,)Ill III G  (.'ca nt y (oll!'thou,,P. [11 the 'IowII O/ Iuiucy  { fol" tl:, COllntv of Phllllas or 10' )resent (' I l,,t of PluuIIs,, State Of Califorllia. tilt'Ill with ;'|l' ne,'es:rv veuvhers, wit" the I'I,['M.S COUNTy tBS'PRl(7'i' AND ; six months after lh(" firsl tmblieatioll } .f thi Notice r,o the said VIOLET I,OS - ITI.)" ('OMPA.. a Cori..v.tion, as *TELL :t the law offit,es of TIIEODORll l'ru-t e- under that certain Deed of Tru-t, recorded io VoL 77 of ()it da ;. EL,,E,.L ESQ., at Quincy, California, Reords, at page 129 thereof, in the iwbich last nameui place ttte undersignel ofli,, of the County Recorder in and elects as her place of business in all matters connected with the estate of sai 1 for the Cou/ ty of Plumas. State of decedent. Ciifornia. whicli Deed of Trusl was Dated this 21st tyy of November, 1958. exo'uted by PAI;L M. HANSON and FRANC'IS HANSON. his wife, and IlUGO /VIOLET FOSTER E. IIA.NON ud CIIARLOrlVrE C. HAN- Adminstratrix of the estate SON. Iris wife. as Truators in favor of Clrles Herring, deceased of NETTIE WILS)N "a single woman, t 'Dec" 11-18-25./t958: Jan. 1. 1959) 0: as Beneficiary, by reason of tl de- I " fault in the payment of the obligation NOTICE O1  INTENTION TO SELL secured thereby and ill the performance (Civil ()de Se 334 1 et s of the covenants contained theroin i ....=:_ __ ' ', '' . , eq.) ......... rnourannra...--......." t- [ NOTICE /I HEREBY IVEN that n;;iee-oYe'ofafltan;ltel=;io*lrIon* .lanuar 9, 1959. at 10:00*'o'clock sell whieh was reeerdel in V)lumo 117 a.m. of ,,aid day, F. L. VH]TNEY. ! .....  whose aqtress is 444 Sheridan kvene of uftieiat records at page 266 in .... " . ....... '. ' . t Cht (alifornm. intends o and wall [ Galifornia will svl ut Public auction ted .t %" :  . ,  '.I ,.- , " . ea a/, Iluanor t lunMls tDounty tall. tlwf::t,,,l'l,}ts:f :;2de.r'. fro.e.s_ h .:" fornia, to PLUMAS PINES RE'RT {, e, nll, ed acea, the INC '-Itoae rin i .... " -" inte-est conveyed Io said Trustee by ' W p e ]1 OItlce for tile ..... ";' " t;" tra, sa,biou of husiness is located  Sal(l ll,etl ol J rlls# in "rid tO de pDop- " " erty therein 0es('ribed situate in tb'e Ahnnnor. Plumas Cmu , California. which :ale ill iuelude all o the fur- Oonltv of Plumas. tat of California, niture, fixtures aod equipment iocatll and described as follows: That portion of the NE1/ of the in and about the market premise and SEI. and the N of the SE/4 0f general y uset in eonneetmn with the the SEL of Section 11. Township ooetation thereof, and all of the tock 27 N,. Range 7 E.. M.I).M.. lying of merchandise therein Said sale will . northerb of State Highway Route he cloBed and consummat ed and the No 83. Sign, Route No. 89. and oonsideratiun tharefor will he paid southerly of the 4500 foot, (',on- the a, bove date and hour at the lw our, I'acifie GaB and Elevtric Corn- t offices of PRICE & MORONY, Croeker- pany's datum of Lake Almanor and IAngio Bank Building. (fieo. Oalifornta. west ot a line which bears N. 56  E. L. WHITNEY. Intended Vendr. 59' Wesl 28,62 feet from the south- S'ILVrE OF CALIFORNIA, we't cOmmr of Ixrl 17. of Block ( s. I. of Camp Prattville and extends ('CUNTS" OF BUT'FE. ) I On this 23rd day of December. 1958, ,Nor t b 4I fetq. Inor OF ls. to thv ,aid 4500 foot contour, before me, GI4AYSON PRIOE. a Not Said sale will be made without war- ary Public in nd for the Cunty of raot.v as to title or encumbrances for Butte, State of California, residiu[ o the purpose of paying the obligation therein, duly emmisMoned and swots, secured by and pursuant to the power i personally atXl)eared E. L. WHITNEY, of sale eonfeVed by said Deed of Trust knwn to me to be the person WkOSe hereinslmve mentioned, the bane/islam"  name is subscribed to Lhe within in- under said Deed of Trust having on strument, and a#knowledged to me tkat the 3rd day of September, 1958 elected, ,.he exeeut, ed the same. as provided ia the promiuory note, to{ IN 'sV[TNEsS "WHEREOF 1 have here- eonsider all of the principal and inter- t unto set my hand and affixed my of- et dtm and yble, as a consequence fieial seal in the County of Butte the of the dofault of the Trustox. 'day and )-ear in this certificate "first Date4 thi 19 day of December, 1958. above written. PLUMAS COUNTY ABSTRACT AND GRAYSON PRIeF  Seal, ffITLE COMPANY Notary Public iu and for the County hy ROBERT C, M('ARTHUR, of Ruth-, tatc of California. Vict, President My eonlulissioll Expires: .luly 9. 1962. '(D. 25. 1959; Jan. I-R. 1959 G'.lan. 1 1959 o H"""""""""""|"""""""||""""""*""M||||ttuH"n"n"*a|"nn""|"""|"||"t I LAW I N AC'I'i O N I M]KNL SUFFERING The rubbish .collector was s } i Iow much is your peace of scared he became ill. The mind worth? court awarded him damages In recent years the courts for his distress, even though have made a person pay dam- he suffered no serious physi- ages for invading another's cal injuries. peace of mind  Inourcomplexsociety people on purpose, may hear rough language, and This may be put up with unkind words or done through act. The law can't force peo- flagrant acts ple to be nice to you, nor cart or words, in- it shield you from many erud- s u 1 t a n d ities of human conduct. They abuse. This must go far beyond the usual mental suffering may stem limits of tolerance. from fear, nervousness, anxie- So you can't make evety ty, grief, shock or humiliation, mental disturbance into a law In one California case an suit. Under the law, the dis- evicting landlord locked a we- tress must be real and ex- man tenant out of her apart- treme, and, as a rule, directed meat and then screamed partieularly toward the abuse at her. jured party, not some She suffered mental distress and some physical injury, and she recovered damages from the landlord. Veal lmlo and falsely accused her c not pay. and Judy of Cant- ing her bills, threatened to , make trouble for her, l vislted wit,s Mr.: sue if she did not and .her shock and Chr week. i recovered damages t ' Again, a ,man had a dispute with a rt"bish collectors as- sociation. rhey threatened tO ve h" ' " ha *m "beat up, his truck i wrecked, and his business ruined unless he joined th association and paid ne ofit members for a lost aeeatmt. looks