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ill INDIAN VALLEY RECORD Thursday. June 23rd, 1955 NEW BUILDING UNDERWAY Johnnie Palazz[ is in the process of constructing a new and much enlarged garage in which to take care of auto r pair work for his customers, as w:fll as to,provide sufficient room in which to work on school buses. IIe started out w build a block building, but had to revert to the use of haaber, which adds much to the appear- ance of the new structur. . Joe Palazzi is ha]pin , on !h:, project. PARENTS FP.OI HAWAII Mrs. Cornel! !<urtz drove down to San Francisco last weeI: end o meet her parems, ;.', .nd ,.rs. Henry Lindgren of the Hwai:an Islands. They plan to visit at the Kurtz' Lak.  Almanor home for the summer and to serve as cus- todians to their grand daughter Kit while Pat attends summer school in Chico and Cornell works in the woods. HUSBANDS ON THE BATCH Bruce Bidwell is back in the rote of a contented husband again since Ann got back from a visit to San Francisco. Now Jim Rilea is sans a family while Marie and the younsteks are visiting at the home of her parents in Antioch, and securing necessary dental services. Frank Siering of the Wild Western Bank is still look- ing forward to the arrival of his wife and family from. Fort Bragg. "I hope it won't be to long," he observes sadly. VISIT AT [cCLURE HOME Mr. and Mrs. Tex Cunningham are enjoying a visit to Greenville. guesting at the home of her sis- ter, Mrs. Dave MeClure and family. The Standard Man showed me No simle solution l CERTIFICATE OF O{)PATNERS DOING IBI[/SINESS UNDER FI[CTITIOUS NAME l'DW ALL MEN BY THESE P/N't'S: That we, K. T. LIT- TI and DOROTHY I. LITTLE, hi we,, residing at North Pine Street, Susan- vie, Clifornta, are transacting automotive repair and ttion business, on the Side of Crescent Street, in still oeeupied by the Sales, in the Town of Plumas, under the name and style of AUTOMOTIVE WHEREOF, I set my hand this Of June, 1955. K. T. LITTLE 1 }SS. of June, 1955, DURRANT, and for said ersonally ap- known to whose name within in- and acknowledged to lIat he executed the same. wrItESS WHEREOF I hereto set m hand and seal the day first ORRIS DURRANT Notary lbltc in and for ssld County and State. (Publish June 9-16-23-30-Jy 7) (YCE OF CESSATION OF ]$0S CONTDUCTED BY ]PARTNERS ,UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME ALL MEN BY THESE That we. GLEN C. Box 37, and HAZ- c0partners, doing business the fictitious name of MOTOR SALES", this 1st day of June, 1955, to conduct that portion garage business pertain- automobile repairs or station business, but we will henceforth continue in the same prem- the west side of Cres. the ToWn of of Plumas, and under fictitious name el present bus ess 'hnfl used automobiles. WITNESS WHEREOF I set my hand this of June 1955. C. RUSSELL of California lss ty of Plumas J " : On N 1st day of June, 1955, ore me, MORRIS DURRANT,  Public in and for said nty and state, personally 1 learefl GLEN C. RUSSELL,  to me to be the person zlame is subscribed to the d 'hifi" instrument, and acknowl- d , to me that he executed WHEREOF I a and the day n first MORRIS DUPANT in and for The answers to evevyctay nsurance problems* $ .vA/ QUESTION: The small contractor who is building our new house for US Collided wilh another ear while driving his truck to our house. Now we hear we may be named with the contractor in a suit h )fought by the other party, r e rely insurance we have that I Ihought might cover us is our Comprehensive Persosal Liabil- ity.'Can you advise me? ANSWER: In the circumstances you des- cribe most Comprehensive Per- sonal Liability policies would cover. We'll be glad to check your particular policy. *If you'll address your own in- surano questions to this office, we'll try to give you the correct answers and there will be no charge or obligation of any kind, gDWARDS, GEIL & TU Quincy Phone 68 Greenville Phone 22-M- I II AVON REPRESENTATIVE WANTED IMMEDIATELY Write to MISS V, WALLACE, Manager Box 401 - Red luff (or tutevview date CITATION TO SIOW CAUSE WHY CHILD SHOULD NOT BE FREED FROM CUSTODY AND CONTI]OL OF MOTHER No. 929 IN TH SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA. (JUVENILE DEPARTMENT} IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF PLUMAS In the Matter of JORDIE DAlrE McKINNEY. a Person Under Twenty-One Years of Age. THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, to VIRGINA MAYBELLE. McKINNEY. GREETING: YOU ARE HEREBY CITED TO BE and appear in the Super- ior Court of the State of Cali- fornia, in and for the County of Plumas. at the courtroom of said court, in the courthouse in the Town of Quincy, County of Plu- mas, State of California, on Monday, the 12th day el  Sep- tember, 1955, at the hour of 10:00 o"c.ucK - - A, M. of said day, then and there to show cause, if any you have, why JORDIE DAVI McKINNEY. should not be by ds court declared free from the custody and control of yourself, his mother, and for tanure to attend as hereinbe- fore required, you will be deemed g, uny ota centempt of court. GIVEN Under my hand and the seal of the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the CoUnty of Plumas, this 10th day_or June, 1955. ILOISI-REI, Clerk (SEAL, Morris Durremt Attorney at Law Quincy. Callforn (Publish June 16-23-30Jy 7' NON-RESPONSIBII/rY NO.CE OF Greenville, Calif. June 19, 1955 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all whom it may concern, that after the above date, I, the un- dersigned, will not be respon- sible for any debts or obligations contracted or incurred by any- one other than myself. J F. GE (Publl June 1) MAIN STREET how to reduce engine wear When you keep the crankcase in your car or other gasoline engine filled with Heavy Duty RPM Motor Oil, you get extra protection against the main causes of engine wear and repair. Here's why: A detergent in "Heavy Duty RPM" prevents deposits of arbon, gum, and lacquer on cylinders, rings, and other parts. Other compounds resist oxidation and sludg ing, prevent cogosion and stop foaming. So to get more miles and more years of service, remember to always use Heavy Duty RPM Motor Oil. For informolion on nay Standard Oil Company of California product, call ROBERT KELTON INDIAN VALLEY CRESCENT MILLS First Western Savings Account Thousands of smart Californians use, this FnmT WESTERN service to make mtre their dreams will come true. Open your FIRST WESTERN "Good Luck" Savings Account now! We welcome your deposit, large or small. You' BE sveemsn how easy it is to accumulate capital if you budget a certain amount from each pay check-- then deposit it regularly and systemati- C, cally in a Freer BANK Savin S Account. , g i Western Bank , Igff 1 '