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Pe Six INDIAN VALLEY RECORD Thursday, Marchl  DR. JACK ELFANT j OPTOMEfRIS2' I Phone 351 158 J:.,.o ..... QUINCY, CALIF. Iyes Kxamined - Giassc. i:itt=d ]:.rokel Leses ih}pll ',tt-d Contact Lenses Prescription Sun Glasses ACCOUNTING ] Q. Philpc00tl and Co.[ Q. pHILPOTT, P.A. I I RALPH BOSS, P.A. I *1 GREENVILLE QUINCY I [ Plone 22-M-2 Phone20 ] GREENVILLE FUNERAL HOME Telephone 75-M-2 GREENVILLE, CALIF. r LEY BARBER SHOP Friendly, Courteous Service Give Us A Try! >\>Agent for Crescent Cleaners >\>Collector of Bidwell Water Company bills Lea Johnston Gmenll JAMES D, BACHVN CHIROPRACTOR Monday thru Friday 10 to 6 Men. & Thurs. eves. - 7 to 9 626 East Maln Street (Near Quincy High School) Phone 679-W Quiny FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Telephone GREENVILLE 75.M-2 Greenville Funeral Home or The Gffi & Flower Shop Telephone Qulnoy 95 NOTARY PUBLIC ROBERT MURRAY Phone 15-M Greenville 'You, can help through Your RED CROSS "V 6l E NOW INDIAN VAU00 BANK tiREENVILLE, CALIF. { T TD1C'g$  %" 1% m q, SJL .K.IJbL V, F PROCEEDINGS T!*: 1 ,/ ;_ .; % UNTY BO22.D OF" S',.'7_'!21:\\;."S:h'.S met 1'1 'e " ,'- !1 t_l },{at'oh 1 and 2. 195-I v, ikh a.t membera present. :* ti'.i,. Stntement of said proceedh.,s.., lot!or:n: The Fpard app:'o',e-! khe tenta- tive subdivision map of Lake A1- man:?r C,u,:'-v (Thlb Units 3 and 4. a prc.ented by V. Robert Jennings. Author'ized the tranr, fer of $4.811,45 from the Unappropria- ted Reserve fo,: the folling pur- poses: ,?0.32 to t"-d-"t of Sher- 2?'_" .... thor  ..... . _: ,,-'e being no budyj [ f)r th:s: $':-i'),05 to the budget or Care ',)f ;ndigents, being the amount for claims on file for pa-'ment this month which exceeds the budgeted am-.unts for medical care and transportation ehargeJ: $3.762.88 to the budvet for compensation insurance for over-expenditure of am,,;unt budgeted: $193.00 to the budget for Grand Jury, being the amount of over-expenditure for Cuvt Re-'rt'r services: and $13.75 to the budo'et of Almoner .ludici:,] .D;striet Court and $21.45 to the budret of Peckwaurth Ju- dicial Jusliee Court. being for over-expenditure of budgeted am,rants for Court Reporter ser- vices. Accepted three bids from Ed G. White & Sons cf Loyalton for' the fqllowin pu-ohses: One new 1954 a ton pickup for the Road Department, with trade in of one ued 1950 / ton Express Dodge Pickup, for a net bid price of $1.182.02: ---One new 2-door 1954 all steel body station wad.on fr the larm Advisor for a bid price of $1.903.07 with this amount authorized to be trans- ferred from the Unappropriated Reserve to the budget of Farm Advisor: --One new power weed spray machine, with trade in of one used Prodel High Pressure Surav Unit and one homemade trailer for spray equipment, for a net bid price e,f $619.99. Authorid the County Agri- cultural Commission to enter into a ervice Agreement with the State Division of Highways for weed eradicatiou. Established the rate of pay for a Matron for the Sheriff's office as follows: $1.25 per Hour while serving during the deliberation of a jury containing women jurors, and $1.78 per hour for all other services. Authorized the execution of an Agreement with the P. G. & E. Co. for the right to construct, maintain, use, and remove a steel bride over and across Pacific's Hamilton Branch. Authorized the execution of a Special Use Permit with the United States Forest Service oov- ering four acres and 1000 feet for the purpose of a county ref- use and garbage dump with an LgreM and egress road. Authorized the employment of one addltional Nurse Aide and one additional Assistant Cook at the Cunty Hospital effec- tive July 1, 1954. 'Sold at public auction the fol- lowing Road Department used equipment: One used Caterpil- lar, with Angle Dozer, and in- cluding a few parts, to Valley Machinery Co. for $1,400.00; One used 1944 Chevrolet Dump Truck to Sam Jackson for $95.00; One used Adams Rubber Tire Pull Grader to Julius A. Bonta for $410.00; One used Caterpillar Iron Jack Hidge and I'aul Powel] Greenville lads station,:d at the Marine Base near t-;awth,'rne. Nevada, were home over the past week c,ud visitin,r their parents. Aceom panyJnL2 the boys were tw,* Naxvailrm *?al'ino, s stationed at ,the same base. Mrs. Pestle Cotney of Willows spent the past week here with her mother. Mrs. Irene Mitchell. and her sister. Leona Blaekford and family. Wheel Pull Grader to Gridley Traet::r Co. for $200.00; One used Garwood Dump Bed with Hoist to Moore Equipment Co. for $50.00: One used Baker V Snow Plow to Moore Equipment Co. for $40.00; One used Wausau B250 Side Plow to James J. Davies for $,30.00; One used LaPlant Choate An- gle Dozer for D7 to Glenn Mas- telotto for $85.00: One used Walters Truck to M o o r e Equipment Co. for $100.00: and One used Ingersol-Rand Com- pressor, Disassempled. Power Unit Waukesha, to Robert Rid- lev f"r .160.00: No bids were received for the used lotor Snow Blade. The Road Commissioner was author- ied to sell same on open mar- ket. Authorized the Clerk to adver- tise for bids, bids to be opened on Arril 5. 1954 at 2 P. M., for the following: Erection of a Portland Ce- ment Concrete {Block Build- ing, a Multiple Unit Hangar; and the re-location of water pump and pressure tank at the Beckwourth AirpBrt: Erection of a prefabricated steel building and other work at the Beckwourth Maintenance Yard: " Dr.lling of two ninety foot steel cased wells, one at the new Beckwourth and one at the Mohawk Maintenance Yards, together with pump and pressure tank with auto- matic controls. Accepted the construction of a concrete floor, installation of ra- diant heating and construction of a concrete block building at the County Maintenance Yard near Quincy as done by Chas. E, Ayers by contract dated Octo- ber 5, 1953, and authorized final payment. Adjourned to meet in regular adjourned session on Tuesday, :March 16th, 1954 at 10 o'clock A. M. for all purposes. J. C. CLOMA_N, Chairman Attest: Lois Alexander, Clerk . . the letters start. 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