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August 11, 1955

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AUGUST 11, 1955 INDIAN VALLEY RECORD .5:: -xq::: ;:L:::::+:: .... ::&lt; i:i'iiiii!: / :: ::.:iiiii ::!iii!ii:!::" .:+ i: %!! i i ii>i::iii:i::::::::i.:::! .... ,x,x >, , ,>x+;,: r ,:,x+:. +x+x+;ii i% i/*i:;{??i!r!:ii:? / / / / / / @?: ,, :,v,, ii: : !i!iii!i:> SUPERVISORS' PROCEEDINGS THE lPLUMAS COUNY Board of Supervisors met in regular session on August 1 and 2, 1955, with all members presenL .A fair statement of the proceedings follows: Adopted Resolution No. 747, asking Governor Goodwin J. Knight to call a special election for state senator. Authorized Dr. McKnight, County Physician, to represem Plumas County at the hearing on Applications for Assistance under Hospital Survev and Con- struction Program, to be hqd at Los Angeles on August 4. 1955. Adopted Resolution No. 7a8, Potestln Curtailment and/or Relocation of State of California Department of Employment Ser- vices in Plums County. Appointed Kati Locatell as custodian of Chester Memorial Hall, Chester Justice Court and Chester Park, retroactive to July 23, 1955. Accepted bid of M. VZ. Brown for the' slim of $4,500.00 for furnishin 5000 tons of oit run crushed ravel, from th  Plums County Road Department Pit. Accepted bid of Delliner o- tor Sales for the sum of $1,900 35 for purchase of 1955 Ranch- wagon, for the Piumas County Road DePartment. Ratified sale by the Road De- partment for six junk batteries to Butte Radiator Service, Pro- ,villa, for the sum of $13.20. Rejected all bids for Improve- ments to Floodlight System for fh Fairgrounds. Adopted Resolution No. 749, Mr. and ?[rs. Larry a3 14 montlm old daughter qandra arrived :L.'m- t,'air A]a}::,, or a weeks visit with her parents, Mr. and ,$rs. tar Deal. Mrs. Cowpar is former ConnD Deal. They wIIl leave the U. S. to rnal;e *heir future home at Guam on Atl. 18, a m(dit* ' h e eontra c t provtclhl . ), n  " of f. t, to( n mn In ate ployee's Retiromen System. Aulhoriz d the Chairman and ,br, (l,,<- of *h" oard tO lIi_ a .ffFO iqet ,,vilh Sta  rnplQYee s Retirci>eP_t ystenl and the - ty of hlrpn< AdoF, led Resolution No. qrS atll-m'r':zhl,, th" Tax Collector i a(tve:qise t) s-etl----lo , 1, Northe Add. Portals 6 Block 12, at !ic Auction, Authorized the Auditor to 1 tnsurancm Policies covering IP]- .mcs Cmmtv Fair, for the  of 797J9, "upon preach:aria/1 pal cies *hal are now c. Th , Plumas County Ping Commission ret with"One 01 A(mentod he' ,(mtM1ve 'xfb.. d;vislon JVan of Alma,mr colm Club Unit No. 3. presented ta i Boa "d by 5r. (iffo"d, "vlth_t provis;on that the County division Ordinance be fully" i low,'d in filing of to final mal for accptance and appr . The Board adjourned at : o'clock p.m., to meet a [ reaular adjourned session Friday, August 19, t955, at 1 o'clock a.m. Attest: Iois Kohrer. Clk A. C. Donnenwirth, (Publish on August 12[, POW00-R LINES ARE OVERHEAD "Light" Snack For Ducks CRANES... plus carelessness around power lines...cause lr Coming back from Balesville the bug population, too. W fatalities in California every year. An operator swings his the other night I noticed a power- you suppose I ler tllougld; crane boom, He fails to LOOK UP! .The boom touches an ful light at Whitey Fisher's Duck it before?" overhead electric line. His death .. or the death of a fellow Farm. Seemed to be shining out From where I afar, lite.v'e over the water, type who's always ready to workman on the ground.., can result. So never operate a I stopped to ask Whitey what neer a worth-whileaew tddk. lie, crane near a power line. California law requires employers went on. tie tookme down to his I stiekto old methods. 3ust aerie ...... r Iin 11 II pond and pointed out a 200-watt of personal feellnl$, I g... to Kee crews ana eqmpmem away worn powe es e P " bulb-- rigged up on a pole about like the way you may prefer ,m your farmhands and remember it yourself. Always look gp three feet above the surface. The with meals wMle I flwavs prlr ..h ..... ,,.t;., ,, ,,,o AIw,,,-- n-- --,ith irriaation ,igh was attracting thousands a traditional glus ot beer. ........ i  ...... . ............. --" :--- -'---'- ""  of insects for the ducks to eat, that I'd claim you're -- pipe, nut poles, TV antennas, well-drilling rigs, hay derricks.  ..... n t-;..a . ma f,,e but speet for the other man's Whitey was enthusiastic. "Best s ray "grading hght2 - - idea I ever heard of," he claims. /) _ #o .,, POWER LINES ARE SAFE. --SO LOWG AS YOU'RE CAREFUL "Keeps the feed bill down-and  "f/J00 P" - "' Copyright, 1955, UMted States Bmlx.s Fol you KERRY D RA : ' om home? He or she will L'NCi( ST, c+; ,5/,;V,,,K...ANPI ! AUC, awaK- I 1.',, alrtllE H'.t.5) " ,, :late The Record every week TO'6 )-i--( 5TtL., u,Vy)--- I [ ANI /'OFICE. ', gift W'RE TAKING A BY THE HOTEL FOR : [-7 " i _. ,\\; v  , i tdeats and servicemen. " hi " d "v "N4 ." : .... ?-., ( ) , ELECTROIaC MARY WORTH'S FAMILY , INSTRUMENT . :L IT? " A TWO-LETTER WORD, IsAvSUPPOSF. II IPOP.TANTa'r u,Nr. -ra,vrTO aRr, |'r   ' ID F ...... ....... pcp .... 'OULD ME, ft4 A R -  " ..-EANIN6 YOLIRE AFRA O ................. EPAIR '-- ..... o- """ S - ' MAN OF I-laW wVKUb,/ AND I'M A WOAAAN -J t -- -ATI NG / REASON 1" &y  - ............... / d'2,2.._.*  W,'N II I ABOUT ATEACHER. OA 16woq!...VEN,tO t [XAT.- .MAY [ TAI IYOUTO DINNE @ 'otsture Meters  .,  St EX-C?!  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