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INDIAN VALLEY RECORD THURg_rAY, JULY 28, about- PL DUNTY FAIR --continued from page one Sisters, Duke Ellington, Cab Cal- loway and many others. They&apos;re WASHINGTON NOTES BY CLAIR ENGLE Represmntttive Second District I N'TERF_,ST ENPRSED billed as an act guaranteed to IN UIANIUM PI'OSPECTING "tear'up the house." Judging by th let:ors I am "Mr. Funnyfaee" Jack Mar- receiving, ther,: will soon be tit- shall, the." man with a thousand faces, fills the commedian spot. An ex-trombone player, he found his SNOOT wa:; baiter ihan his TOOT. A fle::ible act. Marshall reaps  genuine "belly laughs" with fresh gags. Wayne Re!and is a clever ventriloquist ad novelty ach now playing at he Aquacade in Minneapolis He will r:qurn to tlm coast .ith he Plumas County Fair as his first act. Other groups on the varied program include The Thre Acvs, high wire act; "The Latins with a L.ife," a balancing act billed as "t0p;?. and last y,,ar's favor- ttes,--@ight Moore's Mongrel Review2:  Admission price will be $1.65 reserve grandstand. $1.10 gen- tle. if any, and]sev.,,,d uramum in tlw Sccmd Congressional Dist i.i,.. 'i'll( h?{:_-:[ in ,c:':.P!um trcs- )ec:[i[[ is  'cL1Jll(t:;!3 fF(;2 lte '*x:,:,;;( " -:',,-:..- , the profes- sional dmos: daily I ;.'eeeive ;e- <ile;8 q: ,, i ) !2) - ".i.i p (5:;CCilY:: t' IFlz::RIP2. I'O\\;V t) sol! it. wht:;', fissbn'ble oTe can b,- !ocate,i ;D('|  COFO3 o, ()[|leF UCStiOI1S. One general qucs;tion ell n comes up. anti th:.l is wheli:er the Atomic Energy Commission has give: permission o prospect on proDerty under private own- orship. Th answer is no. As :n any prospecting it is necessary to obtain permission from the owv_er if private lnnds are in- eral admission, and $.50 for ehil- volved. dren under 12. maintains Mana- Another general question is ger Scott. whether th , AEC will loan a Thursday evening's stage per- Geiger counter to an individual. forman0 will be under the The answer again ::s no. direction of Quincy Theatre Guild--a local cast and their AEC Eook!ets Available rendition of "The Curse of an The AEC. however, has made ularly in California- and if Call- Aching Heart." An old-time arrangements with the U. S melodrama, the production prom- Geological Survey and the U. S. ises to have the audience hi, sing Bureau of Mines to assay ores the villain and cheering the hero. for uranium and thorium with- true To form,! out charge to the miner. Pacific" Coast Loggers' Chain- The AEC has published two pionships are set for Saturday excellent booklets: "Prospectinw night, with auto races filling, in for Uranium." and "Prospecting the Sunday evening spot. Num- with a Counter." They can be erous novelty acts, demonstra- purchased from the AEC at a tion and special shows are pro- cost of 55 cents for the former petu:'.d ai-ove as among the newly imm)rted foreign eatures tim! give distinciion :o the eighth annual Kerak Shrine.Polack Bros. Circus, to be seen twice daily at Mackey Stadium in Reno a,* 2H5 anhl 8.5 p.m. tVednc:ay throngt Saturday, Auast 3-6. Miss Lee is one of the famous DagenIu Girl Pipers from Great Britain, and the girls add sparkle and beauty to the big parade. Along with abundant aerial, acrobafic and .comedy attraction the Shriuc Circus boasts such varied trained-animal acts as the esalou Baby Elephants, Prof. Keller's group of big jtmgle cats, Klatmer's hears, Tiebor's sea lions, Ostermaier's goats; Poly Orea' 16 Spitz dogs and Silly Feindt's dressage riding. fornia, where else than one of our outstanding ski areas in the Sierra-Nevadas. Those who plan- ned and executed the movement to secure the selection of Squaw Valley deserve the highest praise as some of the most imaginative and eneretic planners and pro- moters of California's ass,is to come down the pike in recent years. Mr. Alex Cushing, who led this movement and thoe TOLL ON HIGHWAYS INCREASES DESPITE SAFETY DRIVE (Sacramento Bee) California's highway loll for 1955 is rising. The state highway patrol reported to Governor Goodwin Knight that 201 persons killed in unincorporated during June, an increase of over the June, 1954 figure. Reportable accidents also creased. There were 2.663 June this yar, up 290. The bar of persons injured 4.147. up 540. For the first six months 1955 as compared with the half of 1954 the totals Deaths. 985. up 63: 23.458. up 2,853; reportable cidents, 14.943, up 1.604. The increases occurred an intensified enforcement gram by the patrol. During the first half of year arrests totaled 393,253, 125,701; arrests .for 127,623, up 31,802; drunk arrests, 5,003, up 484. MR. AND MRS. EARL HONORED WITH HERE FO THE SID[MER PARTY GIVEN BY FRIEND9 Mr. and Mrs. John F. David- The "Bud" Doyle home son of Glendale and "Greenville S)tzer Road was the scene arrived this w?ek to spend the Saturday evening of a rest of the sum;mar at their In- party given in honor of Mr. dian Valley ranch home. During Mrs Earl Waits. who are their absence they were both in- ing this community after jured in an auto accident while years of residence here. trawling through Oklahoma en were the recipients of rout. to pick up a new car and lovely gifts as tokens of the to pay a visit to his brother in teem: of their friends, and Kansas. As the accident hap- event was a delightful pcned 23 miles from their des- occasion. Present or tin2tion, both Mr. and Mrs. Day- gifts for the departing vided throughout the four-days. IOW m THE NEW SQUARE BOTTLE "Only the be.. i, labelled lgeilowF" 8PROOF $4.69 4/5 QT. ea asging straight totley ilourbon ot them t BERT'S PLACE CLUB DRUG STOJE MET. HOTEL ':/:;C&gE ,ALMANOR INN NOR and 30 cents for the other. I will be. glad to handle the order or it can be sent dirc*lv to the State. Superintendent of Docum'ents, U. S. Government Printing Of- fice. ashnton 25. D. C. The book!ets contain genral information as well as answers to man- legal questions and thev have been "best sellers" for sorrmtime among the miners. Meanwhile. I wish evervone the greatest success in locating a "million dollar" uranium de posit. who assisted him, should be con- ids'n spent a portion of their gratulated by everyone in our visi confined to bed at his brothers home there, recuperat- Can Held A!l Areas We beat out Innsbruck. Aus- tria by a nose. winning- in :: vot:, of the International Olymoic Committee by a vote of 32 to 30. But, 32 to 30 wae as good as a mile and we are now in. From doing that, we can also do a here on we should all pull to- lot for the other scenic and gather to make this the out- recreational areas of the Sierra- standing Winter Olympe Games Nevada mountains. were the Messrs. and Bruce Smallen, Lawrence ers Sr, M. W. Richelieu, ing from shock and injuries. Waits, Bobby Nectar, Faye and chidren; Mesdames ever b'ld in any place in the Sharer. Lois Thompson. w,r}d and exmnd to everyone McMullen, Saraetta Pew'; att:mding a Eood slice of Call- othy Sharer, Joyce Waits, fornia's famous hospitality. In bara and "Toots" Doyle, Gladys and Donna Ridge, and Mary Keeter, Bob Scherdt Winter Olympics Site Benefits Entire State The selection of Sqaw Valley as the site for the 1960 Winter Olympics is the greatest adver- tising feature for the Sierra-Nev- ada Mountains since Mount Las- sen blew up in 1915. Few people throughout the United States much less throughout the world, have realized the tremendous scenic and recreational values of the Sierra-Nevada area. Squaw .Valley will between now and 1960, and thereafter, be as well known as the famous winter sports areas of Switzerland, Austria, Germany, Norway and the Northern Alias in Italv. The 1960 Winter Olympics at Souaw Valley will iv, an un- paralleled opportunity for the his?erie and scenic areas In all Darts of my District to make themselves btte known to the thousands of people who will attend and follow this sports event with intense interesL and who year after year are adding to the tourist trade of our var- ious countries. Selection No Accident The selection of Suzw Valley as the scene of the 1960 Winter Olympics was no accident. It was the result of boldness, im- agination and planning, plus rel energy and perseverance. I will have to admit that I was a little startled whon I first heard it, but a little thought made it very plain that there was a compel- ling loIc in select|n an area in the United States. and partic- ELKS" SECOND ANNUAL Sunday-JUly 31 AT CRESCENT MILLS G0000A2i;D ENTRY 1:30 pm PRELIMINARIES 10 am FEA?URING HORSE RACING FOR 3 AGE GROUPS OF PLUMAS COUNTY RESIDENTS ALSO BRONC AND BAREBACK RIDING BELL CALF AND TEAM ROPING, BULLDOGGING. ETC. ETC. Admission: Adults $1.50 -Children under 12, 75 cents Soft Drinks and Sandwiches Provided by the Quincy Emblem Club Proceeds go to Benefit of the Elks Cerebral Palsy Fund