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ii! The Best News and Advertising Medium in the Area ..-._Vlume 24 Number 15 Greenville, - P!.mr, Cnutv - Cal;(,rn;a Thursday, July 1. 1954 S,q Of} uer year - 10c per copy Strike Stiill Underway THE END IS NOT IN SIGHT AS LUMBER WORKERS MARK SECOND WEEK OF STRIKE With the local strike of lumber WOrkers well along in its second Week, no progress is evident in the granting of wage increases in this area, and n is reliably repoYted Lhat the Coiling-Pine mill at Ches- ter and h Setz,,r Forest Products ill at Cre, n,&apos;ille have brought in all to.,Lhib, ,tipm,ent and are pre- Pared :c a :m; shutdown of op- erat!,j.s. Man'k;,'r lgay Smith or the ea low VaItey and Calvada ill w', n aw:Hable for com- ment, bang av,ay on vacation tVorker=; engag, ed ill reconstruc- tion of the Cheney-California Co. lnilt at Greenville returned to work on Tuesday this week following a taeeting- between company and un- Ion representatives Monday, it is eported. The Genesee Wood Prod- Uets plant at Crescent Mills will continue operations during July, operating under the contract just entered into by them as a new or- ganization, it is understood, and the Almanor Lumber Co. was pro- Vided an extension through the aonth of July, without provision for further settle}nent. According to an item in the Bee, 16 loggers employed by Cy Brand of Taylorsville have formed an in- dependent labor organization they Call the Indian Valley Employees Assn. Allen Eveland is president of the group Harvey Dolphin, vice President and Robert Meginness, Secretary. The new union plans to egotiate a wage agreement with its employers, the article said, and it is learned that a meeting of the group with the N. L. R. B. was heduled for this evening. hTearby mill operators have ex- PSsed themselves as remaining firm in the opinion that existing 9otitions in the lumber market do not justify any cost increases at this time. On Saturday of last week a tem- POrary restraining order was iss- tied by the Superior Court of Plu- sses County, halting mass picketing at the Seizer Forest Products mill. Suit was filed Friday by Glenco lorest Products, the complaint bo- llix signed by C. G. Setzer, naming  defendants: Lumber & Sawmill Orkers 'Local No. 2647, Robert Q4eStck, Joe Palazzi, Ben Thomas, Dunn, Dick Boerslck, Lyle ames, Clifford Ridge, and 20 Others unnamed. CHURCH BOARD MEETS 1"O ELECT NEW OFFICERS The Official Board of the Com- lty Church met on Monday evening at the Forrest Wiley home for the first session of the new ellttrch year. W.B. (Bill) Perry elected to serve as chairman, Hall, vice chairman; Herman secretary; Cliff and Ethel financial secretary; and arman Johnson, treasurer. Little Leaque Games BASEBALL REPORT FOR PAST WEEK By Robert Podoll. Staff Sports Last Friday evening Wayne Myers, Bobby Gibson and lSddie Garman combined to pitch a 1- hitter over the Red Sex from Veest- wood 9 - 1. The Studs gut off to a quick start as they ace, red 7 run:; in the first 3 iming:, :mt Jeading 7 to 1 at the eml of the 3rd. Eddie Gacman and t3'11 Gibson wet. the baiting sta,.'s f'r the Studs with 3-3. and 2-2. All hits were doubles Ze/lar got the or.ly hit f)r the Red Sox. Myer, h,t the Sox have no hits and 1 run in the innmffs he pitched. Eddie Garman pitched the fnal two innings for the Studs and let the Sex get 1 hit and no runs. Vaughn pitched the whole game for the Red Sex and let up 8 hits, 9 runs, and each club had 1 error. THE BOX SCORE Cheney Studs AB R H Bill Gibson e ........... 2 3 2 Bob Gibson lb p ......... 3 2 2 Smith 3b ............. 3 0 0 Garman ss p ............ 3 0 3 I-It,ll 2b ........................ 3 . 0 0 Myers p lb .................... 2 2 1 ,:Martin cf ....................... 2 0 0 Richmond cf ................... 1 0 -0 Jim Hutchins rf .............. 1 1 0 Cox rf .............................. 1 0 0 Sohrero iff ........................ 1 1 0 John Hutchins If ............ 1 0 0 Madlgan If ..................... 0 0 0 Totals 23 9 8 Red Sex AB R H Behler cf ........................ 4 0 0 Johnson rf ...................... 1 0 0 Lomos rf .......................... I 0 0 Thorson rf ...................... 0 0 0 Tlnmne c .......................... 2 0 0 Baehman 3b .................... 1 0 0 B. Morris 1.b .................. 2 0 0 Zellar 2b .......................... 3 0 1 H. Morris ss .................... I 0 0 Danny ss .......................... I 0 0 Does If .............................. 3 1 0 Vaughn p ........................ 2 0 G Two base hits - Zellar, Bill Gib- son (2), Bab Gibson, Eddie Garman (3), Myers. The Cheney Studs scored a 14-5 win over the Little Indla for the letters first loss of the season against 4 wins, at the local field .Monday evening Dickie Gates, pitcher for the In- diana, struck out 14 batters but also let up 14 hits for the lo. Gate was also hampered by the loose ineld playing of his team- mates. Wayne Myers and Eddie Garman pitched for the winners. The Studs took a 1 to nothing lead in the top of the first inning with 2 runs in the first and 1 more but the Little Indians came back in the 2nd. Dickie started to run into trouble in the third and fourth innings as the Studs scored 7 runs in the 2 innings. It all started when Bob Gibson doubled, Johnny Smith got one on a fielders choice, and Eddie German hit a Gates pitch over the left center field wall for OUR DEMOCRACY byM,t CARE-FREE, NOT CARE-LESS VACATION5 ]N THE NEXT THREE MONTHS, MILLIONS OFAMEICAN FAMILIES WILL RE TAKING VAGOTIONS. EARNED TNOUGH THg YEAITHES' RESPITE 5 FrOM R.OUTINE GN MEANI rEC.P--EATION- 'E*CEAT/O/,,t. ', L, wMrrM:I TN I=tIJOSE F. DIVERSION ORL RE:ST, V/ATIONIST  g.IrFREE IF TNEY SLAVE P, EHIND TNI A I,.KLO  $.&MI @ID UF'E INSU. THEY  E PR, E Wt lilNli tJLN, THe/CAN DRIVK F{LV GUJRO AlklN"lr FIR, .IiPCT TI k%l AN Ity TAI<INK THIN$ AY, IOTH IN   PIRI "11415 FILY WiU,, IEITU.N REFRESHED Iq:)l TI4 AITNS AHIAli, r,wk 4 VA.AT/ON, a nume run ana a 4-3 lead. After the home run the Studs were gone and nobodycould stop them as they scored 4 in the fourth and added 6 in the sixth. The Little Indians scored 1 each in the fifth and sixth frames. he Studs now have a 5-1 record. Cheney Studs AB R H Bill Gibson c .................. 4 3 2 Bob Gibson lb ................ 4 3 8 Smith 3h ........................ 4 3 I Garman as p .................... 4 2 3 Myers p ss .................... 4 1 3 Hall 2b ............................ 4 0 1 Sobrero cf ...................... 4 0 0 ichmond rf .................. 1 0 O Coxrf .............................. 3 1 0 Jim Hutchins If .............. 4 1 1 Little Indians AB R H Holt .............................. 3 1 0 Grace 2b ........................ 2 1 1 Stead rf .......................... 3 0 0 tee lb .......................... 4 1 3 1Robinson ss ...................... 1 0 0 Wight ff ........................ 1 0 0 Murray lf-ss ................... 2 0 0 Tatro cf ............................ 1 0 0 Taunt If ......................... 1 0 0 Palazzi If ........................ 1 0 0 Gates p .......................... 2 2 0 De,arcing b .................. 3 0 1 Tota ............................ 24 5 5 Bible Schools Start BIBLE SCHOOL TO BEGIN AT COMM. CHURCH TUESDAY Vacation Bible School will start at the Community Church on Tues- day, July 6th. at 9 a.m. Sessions will be held for a 2-week period from 9 to 12 each morning. Classes will be provided for groups begin- ning with kindergarten through intermediate or Junior high. Clas- sification will be based on grade of last year, not next fall. Registration or enrollment fee will be 50c per pupil for the two weeks. These fundl will permit the youngsters to carry out a mission- ary project g the time they meet together. The general theme will be: .Pioneering with Christ." A cordial invitation is extended to all youngsters to "Pioneer with Christ" at Vacation Bible School! ,,I"TEND BIG CONVENTION Doctors Mumford and Batson al- ternated last week between taking care of patients here and attend- ing the big national vention at San Francisco. Celebrate th'e Fourth at m m m Fishinq To Improve STREAMS IN BEST CONDITION OF YEAR, SAY PG&E SCOUTS Fishing streams throughout the Pacific Gas and ]h,ctric Company system have reached a point of excellence rarely observed at thls time of the year streanl scouts (f the PG&]?J repmq: in their week- lv slnH:!Fv . . ]List ill tillle for the F,m'lh . J:flv weekend. The h,', :;,-'.,l r i:;t week pro- vi;L,," ,l t, A. and w:hen the Fi'l:q}llllill4 :qrl,iV:F fit hi!'l altitudes ,lid m,t t?;,it rt?}d!y a temper- atur(,s rose. it bc(-fvaw apparent that waLer wauld b(, ideal far lrout seekers. Any n,'w hot wave, the FC&E seoat indicate. Will bare little effec'l ,n the stream flows. Resorts in the back eounU:y are open. trails are ,,ettmg in shape, and paek,rs are getting prepared for their treks intt, remote areas. Temperatures in mountain areas have hovered in the 70's during rvcent day-times, and in the up- per 40's at nights. Stream sGmts in general re- p(rted increasing fire hazards be- cause of early dryness settling in mountain and foothill areas. Some scouts noted that fire wardeni i their districts already were be- coming coneet'ned. Fanny McYey Dies FANNY McVEY FUNERAL HELD IN RED BLUFF JUN lit Word was received here last week of the death of Fannie M- Vey, who passed away in an Oro ville hospital on Wednesday, May 26, following an operation per- formed on a broken hip bone. She is rported to have been conflmgl to the hospital 12 days following the operation, .2s. McVey was a long-t resident of Greenville until moved down to a rest home at O- vllle less than a year ago. She wa interred In the Red Bluff cemetery beside her late husband, who pre- ceded her in death some I0 ye' ago. Until last year she was active in raternal and social affairs in this community and leaves many friends to mourn her loss. Surviving her are three sor: Lloyd and Glenn of Sacramento and Lal of Long Beach. CO The Greenville Soroptimt Club did not award three scholarll this year, as was stated in last week's Record. The club gives an annual award of $300 to a tudeat of high scholastic rating. The fl.l was presented to Marlene  ta 1952, the second to Barbara Gay McCutcheon in 1953, and the latet one to Wtlma Wiley Ia montlL and linens on display at &yoos Dept. Store, Rideo