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JULY 28, 1955 NAMED Management person- in Region II, California De- of Fish and Game, today that the Col- waters were scheduled for during the week July !hvough July 17, 1955. Region P-Cludes the counties of AI- Amador, Butte, Calaveras, El Dorado, Glenn, Nev- Plumas, Sacramento, Joaquin. Sierra, Solano, Sut- Y01o and Yuba. COUNTY: Chico Creek River, West Branch; Creek; Feather River, So. French Creek; Lost Creek. COUNTY: Truckee Little. COU NTY: Bucks Butte Creek; Eureka Feather River, E. Branch; River, Middle Fork; River, South Fork; Forebay; Gold Lake Branch: Feather River, Fork; Indian Creek; Rice Buck&apos;s Creek. CO: Cold Stream SmAthneck Creek; Hay- Creek; Salmon Creek; Lake, Upper; Yuba River CO: Oregon Creek. 00I00OCEEDINGS COUNTY Board. met in regular sssion on July 18, 19 1955, with all members A fair statement of the rigs follows: met as a Board of Mrs. Fannie Trus- in bhMf of P. C. of Crescent Mills, on tax complaint. Ioard canvassed the elec- for the formation Plumas Hospital District. Resolution No. 746, tit the formation of the Hospital District. h H. Guess, Quincy; Mrs. R. Slaten, Quincy; Lone Quincy; Vm. B. Gem- and Elbridffe Fort, were appointed as the of the Board of of the new Pttmas I1 District. the resignation of " Vegel, Portola, and ap- l Joseph Sheeley, Portola, for the Plumes Planning Commission. the Chairman of the and the Clerk to sign and the agreement between of Agriculture of Ptumas. the preliminary Budget considering individual items. deed from John M. and Esther M. Muel- to the County of for Parcels No. 1 and 2. District Attorney was in- to enforce Ordinance D. Jonos, Wn'u B. Gain- Fort, A. J. Watson, G. Bell and W. B. Me. D., were those pres. discuss the buildings of Hospital and the new the Chairman of and the Clrk to sign the agreement be- County of Fqumas and of :ola. on th  Final Bud- County shall be August 19, 1955. at 10:{q xn., with nublication in River Bulletin in the 4, 1955 issue. 13oard approved the esti- of revenue accruals as that all changes made by during Preliminary for 1955-56 hearings o Column 5 of Budget and authorized the tor to have printed of the Preliminary advertiseme for furnishing five tons of crushed gravel County Road De- with bids to be AUgus 1, p.m. until Monday, Aug- at 10:00 o'clock a.m. Kehrer, Clerk Chairman I want to thank everyone :[or their get-well cards and many kindnesses shown me durin ::ny recent stay in Batson Hospital. Donaldene Carne'con -- O- - To all the kind, generous pe:)- pie who came so quickly to out' assistance during our recent sorrow, we, the family of David Hayes. wish to express our pro- found gratitude. The debt of friendship, love and truth which we have accepted shall forever live in our memory and, God willing, will be paid in kind. Thank you. Joseph, Jessie, Susan, Jeanne Hayes and family. ' CRESCE00!T MILLS NEWS Mr, and Mrs. Bill Haker mo- tored to Hauns Meadow Sunday, where they enjoyed a barbecue dinner with friends Mr. and Mrs. Merle And-rson. Mr. and Mrs. Si Bodman and three children spent the weekend here visiting with the Fickhardt families. Bob Larson, accompanied by Mrs. Francis Dillon and Corenne Sorsoli motored to Orovilla Sun- day and vtsited friends, also bringing back with them Gary Dillon who was returning from a week's visit with relatives ::n Sacramento. Corenne Sorsoli sprat Saturday in Reno on bu,dness. Mr. and 'rs. John Rimmer of Paradise visit'd relatives Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Nve and Bill Nye. Mr. and Mrs. Babe Ragsclale of Standish visite the latt r's mother, Mrs. P. C. Nye and hus- band. Earl Wood arrived Sunday to visit his mother and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bentley. Jack Blaekshore, who lived in Crescent Mills when the new highway was put in, visited here last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bessler of Susanville motored to Quincy on buslnes3. On their return they topped at Win. S. Bakers, aer wlMch they all motored tO Clear c'teek for dinner. IDIAN VALLEY RECORD FISH AND GAME BRIEFS Pheasant broods in the Sacra- mento Valley have ben rep.rtad smaller than usual this year. A growing valley population of Norway rats is suspected o; in- ficting losses on nests and younK birds. Sixty creel checks made on 10 major roadside lakes of the, In:o- Mono area showed greatl', im- proved angl!ng in June. Larger catchbl.:. b c::me available for 12anting during the mon'h. Upland game. studies have est- ablished that the statewide dove population appears to be about the same as 1954, which was a year of good dove numbers. With rainfall below last year's total, threat of grass, brush and woodland fires in the coastal deer hunting area is increasing daily, the De)artmnt of Fish and Game reported. Population of the Devil's Gar- den interstate deer herd in Me- dec county appears to hv , in- creased slightly. It now is esti- mated to be about 18,600 head. Beaver populations in the northern Sierras and Cascades are at a ten-year high as a r suit of a program, of live trap- ping and transplanting to areas of short supply. In fact, in some areas there are so mny beavers that pro- posals have been made for llb- eralizing trapping regulations to provide a profit2ble harvest and keep numbers down in keepin with available food and cover. Counties particularly affected by the beaver increase are Al- pine, N1 Dorado, Placer, Nevada, Sier-, Plumes, Shasta, Lassm, 5",d,c aed Sskiyou. The Sneca section of he F,ather River's north fork has a low flow from Lake Almaner down ;to Caribou Powerhouse. A full flow exists from the power- house down to I-Iowell's. Moss is formin on a few rivers. Warm weather has causel small creeks to become too low for gvod fishing. WITH THE VETERANS By and large, women veterans have the same rights--and the ....... , .............. v!ccmvn, according to C. J. Gal- ]UF, ,;e$'v':n, q'  "  ,_.,,v c.. Off'car, QuineF. 77:: ,b :':-.-e! tl.::t 409,003 wo- day- not (mite two perc-nt o ,I ve!:"':m. Some 310,000 of }e]n ;e'v':! 0urn, Worlq vVa" II. Aneth-r 51,09 are I(orea veterans, and about 39,000 w"re "yeomanettcs " rearm -ett ,s z,,d a..,, o- Navv nurses dur- ing World War One. "F:.r: - a'e 22,7C0 women vet- erans on the VA disability rolls, Mr Gallup stated, of whom 6.000 have received vocational rehab- ilitation training. "Under the original GI Bill," RETURN TO THE JOB Joe and Jessie Hayes and daughters returned to their G, eanville home Monday after spending the past \\;veer in the bay area visiting with relatives. Mark Miller has been keeping the doors open at the Plumes Machine Shop. V SITING THE BIDIV Mrs. Dorothy Ashley aml son Craig of Oroville and 1. }{rs. Donald Brownof ChI are visi!ing at the Bidwells. lrl. Ashley and Mrs. Brow- ar nieces of Bruce Bidw]], - B"ov:n mighf be the ]lily } anker, being e,,nn,,cted -'e Anglo-Amer:'c.n bank In Chico. }i' COIli ;hill}d, ",von3 erl a e o ;":,,-! io he sam. benefits as ,, " v.}c'can: Some t.25,000 of ,a-., rq r::c:qved some type of e4- u.nation or training. I don't know !,.w r..any have requ 'SLY! GI !e:ns, but I do ktow that 80 pe'cen of them are ma, z'(l, necordin to lhe V2, mot of them lmve pcked ve :,s their husbands. The Standard Man makes it heat Now, you can enjoy clean, automatic eil he and spread the payments over a ten-month pm'ied aS no extra cosH NO interest or carrying charges, r more seasonal heating b!ll, wKh be new Standard Heating Oil Budget Plan! We e:cfimate your t,ta| Heating Oil needs, and divide the coat into ten equal payments, starting September 10. You get the most heat for your o." b,'m, Standard Heating Oils are made fi ".." := m ... burn completely to give you safe, ce.. nea com every drop you buy. For information on any Standard Oil Company of Co!ffornla pmt: ROBERT KELTON INDIAN VALLEY MAIN STREET CRESCENT MILLS <MARY WORTH'S FAMILY( l KERRY DRAKE - V)H,dlF // ;',,',:,-'! { I MvI \\;  (AN'SUCHAY&LOP!RECKON ][,''. ",=