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If The Besf News and Advertising Medium in the Area Volume 24--Number 12 Greenville, - Plumas County - California Thursday, June 10, 1954 $3.00 per year - 10c per cop&apos;/ New Officers Elected KAUFFMAN TO SERVE FISHERMEN ASSOCIATED AS NEW SECRETARY The Ninth Annual meeting of b'Sshermen Associated Inc., was held at Belden on May 29,* 1954. Attending members represented many sections of the State, gath- ered for the opening of the Fea- ther River trout season. Dolores Hansen of Canyon Dam Was reelected, by acclamation, for her ninth consecutive term. She was given an ovation in ,appreci- ation of her outstanding work in handling the organization's Rear- mg Pond project. Other officers elected were Z. P. Ielccn of Storrie as Treasurer and Earl Kauffman of Taylors- Ville as Secretary. The 50000 trout fry now in the Ielden Ponds were reported as doing n}cely .despite being the Smallest ever furnished by the Department of Fish and Game. The baby fish. from ]v[t. Shasta I-Iatchery, weighed in at 40 to the unc, or more understandably about 11/ inches long. The organi- ation will raise these trout 0 Six or eight inches ldng before Planting at the end of the 1954 fishing season. The meeting went on record of- fering assistanceto other sports- raen's groups for establishing more Trout Rearing Ponds in the Fea- ther River vJatershed. Pollution by copper' water and nline railings from Walker Iine Which has rendered Little Grizzly Creek uninhabitable for fish life Will be an added problem for Fish- ern, en Associated. !re.. or 1954. An eetive committee veill "work clefs, i, vith let [;.S. {c'est Ser- Vice :.,! the I2co:-t'-et of Fish P,J C. :]c  &n ('d'-tv'2P t') po e- rnan,.n{'- coY'feet ths e ,2ditioll Whi<]: a:: one of the wor>t in the entir, area. Lose to Portola Nine GREENVILLE LADS LOSE TO PORTOLA SQUAD SUNDAY AT COUNTY FAIR GROUNDS The Greenviile Baseball Club again ent down to defeat last Sthnday,when it played the Portola Tigers team at the Quincy Fair Qrounds. The final score was 2-6 in favor of Portola. despite a hard-fought and well played effort by both .teams. llext Sunday the Greenville ne will travel to Susanville for non-league game there. Starting time will be 1:30 p.m..and, local are urged to attend. On Sunday of next week, June 20, the local aggregation will Play a return game with West- WOod on the Westwood diamond. *** Due to mechanical difficulties developing last night, which can- lot be immediately corrected, it tCame necessary to delete much of the news stories dealing with the Greenville Ball Club and the Little League Diamond, and to leave out the Taylorsvtlle News, WMch failed to arrive on schedule. With the election out of our hair, it is ediors that all be next week. Vote Again Tuesday SOIL CONSERVATION DIST. ELECTION TO'BE HELD TUESDAY, JUNE FIFTEENTH Closely following the primary election on June 8th, another election is scheduled for next Tuesday, June 15, to determine whether or not land-owners of Indian and American Valleys, wish to form a soil cnserva- tion district at this time. Legal description of tie pro- posed district is contained else- where in this issue, and voters will consist of the land-owners of record within the district outlined. Both man and wife as co-owners of a property are en- titled to a vote each if they are of record as owners, but not in cases where the ownership is only contained in community property sta;cus. Land owners. must also be established as residents of the proposed soil conservation district. Polls will be open from 7 a,m. to 7 p.m.. and orecincts for this area will be located at the Tay- Iorsville Fire Hall and the Greenville Justice Court, as well as at Quincy, Camp Soon Ready GREENVILLE CAMP GROUNDS TO BE COMPLETED DURING COMING SUMMER MONTHS Fifteen camp sites cmplete with stoves and tables soon will be available to toursits at the grounds ust west of the highway be,'ond SetTer ParR. advizes Su- perv!':;c) "]..I iItmphrey. The pipeline designed to eouvey ,e,{er t,, tb ,:x,n '.s now been i.".st:>l'd. nd (, nd.rvcHon will lw- n c11 the stove:: Tqd "tables as soon as 1)orsib]e -\\;','ben com- )lete the ground wi!1 b:' open to the ptfllic fr e of :,bo ',-. and mainten,nce witl b_-, * w'ded in pa by the II. S. Forest Sevvice. Humphrey declared. Contributions of lumber are being made by the Calvada Lum- ber Co. and the Genessee Wood Products plant. Funds have been made available from the county recreation fund. The activity was spearheaded by the Greenville Chamber of Commerce, I To Elect New Officers GREENVILLE CHAMBER TO ELECT OFFICERS TUESDA,Y The Greenville Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual election of officers at tile regu- lar meeting next Tuesday night, June 15, at the offices of the Indian Valley Light & Power Co., advises Secretary Bob Mur- ray this week. Anyone who aspires to hold- ing office in the organization, or who wishes to present any matter of Civic Interest for disouselon is particularly in- to said. Best Livestock Ready TOPNOTCH LIVESTOCK AGAIN ASSURED FOR TAYLORSVILLE RODEO Arrangements have again been made for the securing of first- class livestock from R. G. Wilson of Gridley, for use at the Yfth Annual Silver Buckle Rodeo to be staged at Taylorsville July 4th, advises Annabelle Pearce, secre- tary of the Indian Valley Riding and Roping Club. sponsors of the popular yearly event. Five girls are enrolled in the contest to preside as queen for the day at rodeo, she advsies, namely Lola Mac Stark end Eve- lyn Oatman of Greenville; Marion Kennedy of Genessee: Pat Yockey of North Arm, and Dorothy Tar- esh of Taylorsville, and all are out to see which will be awarded the beautiful gold and silver trophy buckle, and which two will receive a beautiful engraved brace let in memory of the event. The queen will be crowned at the Sat- urday night dance preceding the rodeo, will lead the grond entry into the arena, and will present a trophy buckle to each of the winRers as well as a steer to Some supporter of the affair. The usual morning events for the entertainment of the young- sters is being carefully planned this year. and at 11:30 Tony Lau- rence will again serve the tasty barbecue lunch for which he is renowned. With a three-day week end m prospect the public is urged to plan to attend the big Taylorsville show aain this year, beginning with the (Iram.c dance July 3rd. nd t(, ,nvite their relatives and fI'ie:h< LO alo attend. To Buy Buildinq Site CiTiZENS UTILITIES STARTS NEGOTIATIONS FOR SITE FOR BUiLDiNG HERE Manager 2). ll. Steele of the C'itizens Utilities Co. o Califrrma Redding office, was a business visitor in Greenville last Thurs- (lay for the purpose of securing a building site in the community. Negotiations axe underway. Mr. Steele said, for a piece of ground in the rear of Moseley & Grenke's market on Crescent street, Where it is hoped work will get Under- way this fall on a building to house a dial phone system for the Green- ville area. A 400-line installation With a potenial of 1000 lines is under consideration, Steel said. Dies in Colorado WILLIAM BON DIES AT GOLDEN, COLO. William E. Son died Saturday of a heart attack at Golden, Colo- rado. He was taken ill on June 3rd at which time he entered St. Anthony's, hospital where he paed away on the 5th. He was 65 years of age and leaves his wife, Josephine. He had lived in Greenville until a few weeks ago when he went east due to the of his ABERNETHY AND KEHRER BOTH ELECTED TO OFFICE; LOWELL BADER TO CONTEST BLACKMAN; DAVIS Statewide the addition of "Dem" and "Rep" to the names of candi- dates appearing on the primary election ballots created a number of surprises and failed the effort of several aspirants to gain the Mrs. Pauline Davis nomination of both parties. Clair' lngle and Pauline Davis were the two exceptions in this district. The county contests were of keen interest t9 many voters, with the result that an almost 60% turn- out cast their ballots on Tuesday. As was expected by political prog- no:stieators the contest for the of- fice of h,,riff wa,s very close, the final tally showing "Abby" Aber- nethy t( be m the lead by a cunt ot 2 1"; to 2224 with 309 ab- sent(z,,, ball';t: ) ,.- eo,.;rted by or kefore atl:{e 25th. The entc.t of next int,,,','; to votec; was theft for the cdiic, of county clerk [] wi]ieh Lois !Keh- rer forged t,, the front fur a fial count of 2563-1763. Jt ia be- lie.,ed that ecnfusion among some over the names ff Lois l(ehrer and Lois Alexander resulted in votes being east for both eandi- WINS BOTH TICKE00 dates in order to avoid the possi- bility of error Surprise of the hour was the outcome of the contest for the post of Supervisor, third district, The fmal count shows there will be a runoff between Incumbent Charles l_:lackm.n and F. Lowell [ader of Mead,we Valley, despite the fact that he latter is the candidate teast known and of the shortest period of residence here of the four ,nsprants, Badcr was accorded 2C3 vt,:z to Blackman's 370. In the Che:ter area Aaron H. Craig took second spot with 123 vvtes as against Blackman's 296. Wcodward came next with 110 votes while Bader was fav- ored there by onlv 13 voters, The other end of the 'district however, anxious for representation of its own, pulled Bader into second place and left Craig trailing, The total tallies were: Blackmail 370, Bader 203. Wo.dward 173 and Craig' 152. Chester Had was reelected by a substantial margin of some 800 votes. Opposin L Dem)cratic Pauline L. Davis for member of the State Assembly, Quentin Philpott was accorded the opublican nomina- tion in P]umas County ut lost it throu:;hout t.'<e district by some 800 vr}l'.,. Pa,A W I_eake V,:(, dland news- paper pub]i:;her see ;ng election as member e., tb( Ct:'te Board of Park Open Tomorrow JUNIOR LEAGUE BALL PARK TO HAVE OPENING GAME AND DEDICATION TOMORROW Official opening of the newly completed Little League Ball Park 0rt the elementary school grounds will be held tomorrow (Friday) night beginning at 6:15 o'clock, it is announced. Among junior league celebri- ties expected to be present for the dedication ceremonies is Sheriff Larry Gillick of Butte County. Following the ceremo- nies an opening game will be played between two Ioal Little League teams, the '=Little In- dians,,, sponsored by L.&S.W. Local No. 2647, and "Cheney's Studs," sponsored by the Che- ney-Caltfornla Lumber Co. The entrance of the new dis- mond is off North Main Street. All those interested are W. C. Abemeth Fqualizatgn, also got the nod of both parties in this county, bttt will have to contest the offi with Clinton Dully in the general election this fall. THE BONER WAS OURSI i The ladies of 8t Anthony's ! Altar Society are very apolo: getie to the public this week for the unannounced cancella- tion of their food sale at the Mloseley & Grenke Store last Saturday, Notice of the sale was carried In the Reord's "Calendar of Events" and ordered out week, but due to an oversight was not deleted. While the result of numerous people turning out for the sale is a clit to the ltg power, of this paper, we nevethele for the 1 ll ll