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THE WEATHER Temperatures Low H t 29 .................................... 32 71 30 .................................... 32 79 I .................................... 34 76 2 ................................... .32 77 3 ................................... 32 73 4 ............. ,. ..................... 33 69 5 .................................... 32 68 6 .................................... 30 rains were threatened on but lightly showered and the lake instead. 25--Number 29 GREENVILLE, PLUMAS COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, Thursday, October 6, 1955 Per Year $3.00 - Per Copy 10c of C Calls Meeting to Consid'er Television Here The likelihood of getting tele- $83,000 out o1 the allocated to it, the Publicized and largely in- Hoover Commission is out of business. by the New Deal re- ways of reducing expenses, many of findings have been to effect, and many more completely ignored... goes on and on get- entangled in its tape despite this ex- of 2 million dollars. are can b9 thankful for lit- - even for little ac- if we must! m an interesting reflection manner of man to note consumption of cigar- dropped nearly 5% during cancer scare . . . now scare is over--or at least consumption is on back to normal, having back some 1'%: t e control of major crime--- 1 el which has a mercenary ,Veseems to be well under .. latest reports are that x one is now committed in q{tUS every 13 seconds. Ain't sUn, pin? ,nreasonable though it may tr to those interests that fl{'. an axe to grind or  bene- . " COllect, it hardly seemsrea- 'tble that any freedom-a-loving" g !n should engage in trade of' t " sort With a nation dedieat- I0 : the enslavement of the :?ii "@if efraining from pro- -o, ~- "h munitions is not t0 snany commodity even b  which serves to relieve in any ,way is pro- Ctlg it impetus for the manu- tls ,re .of war materiel. And .. n-..ta natmn's generous attitude throzd_the "exclange of ideas" .g the visitation of dele- rrrl the USSR is merely h0,sver of American "know- "- to belligerent minds! resignation of our who was ex- mntinue in his present a couple more years, at many people puzzled-- reasons have been for ,his decision to quit while under fire and be- Feather River Project at least a feather in his hat) . . . not being "on it would seem little a Wild guess to sug- he could/be moving to accept a responsi- with the 1Vtropoli- District and that Col. of Los Angeles fame may moving northward with a responsible position. The of the Northern Development Assn. )r might not affect the it may be assumed of our northern assem- may be using it as a assure retention of Ms in the picture . . . even if the looked session fails to! BUILDING OF NEW CHURCH UNDERWAY IN GREENVILLE BY LUTHERAN MEMBERS The beginnings of the First Lutheran Church of ,Greenville have appeared on the lot once removed from Main Street on Bush Street, it is learned. The lot was recently purchased from Mr. and Mrs. Frank Furtwan- gler, and preparations are un- derway for the laying of a foun- dation for the building. The edifice will be a 20x40-ft. block building, with provisions for later additions, it was stated. At present the group is holding services at the Greenville Fu- neral Chapel. The ladies of the church are staging a bazaar on Saturday, Oct. 15 from 12 noon to 5 p.m., proceeds of which will go into the building fund. Featured will be parcel post sale, home-cooked food sale, a complete luncheon in addition to sandwiches, pie, cake and other refreshments. and other events of interest. It will be held at the Greenville Masonic Hall, and the public is invited to attend. PLUMAS MINFJ TO AT JOHNSVILLE TOMORROW The regular October meeting of the Plumes Chapter, Western Mining Council, will be held to- morrow evening, Friday, Oct. 7, 7:30 o'clock, at the Johnslle Lodge. The topic to be discussed is "Gold Reserves of Plumas County." Members, guests and anyone interested in mining are invited to attend the dinner. JACK COLLINS TO SERVE WITH U. S. MARINE CORPS Plumes County Chamber of Commerce President V. V. Roul- sten of Greenville has announced that Chamber Manager Jack Col- tins has taken a military leave to serve with the US Marine Corps. Collins, a Captain in the re- serve, reported for duty Oct. 2 at the Marine Corps Air Station at E1 Tore, Calif. Duty will con- sist of on-the-job tralning in an administrative capacitY and will terminate Oct. 17. THURSDAY IS THE DEADIINE FOR VOTER REQISTITIONS IN FORTHCOMING ELECTION If you're not qualified to vote, contact Judge Standaart, Iva Kcunpschmidt. Louisa Kinqdon, Bill Young or the ofce o the Plumas County Clerk AND VOTE DECEMBER SIXTH i i ii vision in Greenville will be publicly discussed at a rrteet- ing in the Town Hall on Tues day night, October 11, at 8 p.m. announces W. W. Hall, presi- dent of the Greenville Cham- ber of Connnerce. A representative wll be present from Roberts & Kelly, who operate a coaxial t61evis ion relay in Westwood, and it is hoped that Harry Bell of the Sierr Television Service at Quincy will'also be present. Purpose of the meeting is to ascertain the degree of inter- est shown y loc! citizens in securing television here, gnd discussing possible costs mid plans of financing. Election of officer of the organization will also be hem at this time, Mr. Hall stated. Any resident of the valley who is interested either in the securing or prevention of tele. vision is invited to be present Tuesday, 8 p.m., Town Hall. San Francisco's skylime is going to be different. Ground will be broken Oct. 26 for a new $5,500,000 Masonic Temple dn Nob Hill, it was an- nounced by Henry C. Clausen, Grand Master of Masons in Cali- fornia. The Temple will be a memorial to all California and Hawaii Masons who lost their lives in any war in which the United States took part. The ground-breaking (xo- nies will be conducted by Grand Master Clausen and ot&er off_l- cials of Gran Lodge, &A_M of California and will be open to the public. Site of the new building is at the southwest crner of Taylor and California Streets, opi)osite Grace Cathedral C0nstruct.ion is expected to require about 18 months. LATE SEASON FISHtYRMEN FIND LUCK IS IMPROVING Fishermen in the streams of the Sierras during the final Lw weeks of fishing season should find their luck improving, advise strean scouts of PC&E. Opening of deer season ha:; rgduc2d trof- fie along the streams, and hose who choos9 to fish will find less ten, petition than ]n previous weeks. Those who pack both rod and gun can'double their pleas- ure and insure fair success. Streams remain at aboul lh:, same level, the scouts report, no appreciable increase's bein not- ed, No change is reported on storage drafts. Cooler weather is to be found in most higher elevations and night temperatures are around freezing. No rain fell last week and none is expected before the early part of next. By then there may be further temperatur. dips and' some showers in the vicin- ty of the Oregon border. According to information re- oeived from Bob Montgomery, regional director for the :OepL of .Fish & Game, 12,960 finger- lings have been plantsd this year at Taylor Lake. 5000 wre" plant. ed there in 1950, 4000 in 1951 and 1954. and 22,500 in 1953 Iol- lowirg the cleaning of the lake. Plantings in Ward Creek were shown as 10,000 in each of the years 1950, 1951 and 1953. LL [L WHO WANTS TO BE A RUG? (From Calif. Feature Service) No self-respecing bear want to be a rug. Some humans aren't quite so smart. Here in Plumas County tim beaxs lve reason to be grate- ful to Jack Foster of Taylors- ville, hunter and trapper for the Ste fish and game department, Jack is unusual in that he traps bears alive instead of killing them for their skins. He then trans_lmrts them to Plumes Na- tionl Forest where they can live ntural lives and won't wan- der back to the scene of their earlier raids on man's stock. pens. How does Jack know they win stay put? "When we get them to the forest they are sc, mixed up they have no idea where they came from," he explains. Not so fortunate the human beings trapped by the bmnboo- zle boys of the Left and trans- ported into the false forest of Mk aad honey called Socialimn. They not only are confused as to whence they came, they get akinned and walked on. I[ I INDIA BEAT LOYALTON v TLLY OF 27 TO 13; pLrY PORTOLA SATURDAY "r}- (h'eenville Indians Varsity clown won a decisive victory , -  I,ovalton Loggers last Friday in their first league gme of ie s:..ason,_played on the Loy- alton grid, The final score was 27 o ]3. Groenvill, co:'ed two touch- downs by Dickie Fuller in the first baff of the game and "wo mo'o were scored in the last half. o,e erich bv Gary Wassell end Larry RHea. Rilea sustained a broken nose in the latter part of the ;arne and will probably be out of play for the remain- der of the season. "The. boys all wanted to win this official opener at Loyalton Friday night, and performed with "xcellent team spirit to at- tain their goal,' said Coach Start in an interivew yester- d'-". "Tbe offense displayed at the game was tbe best that any Creenville t am has shown since I have been coaching here. It would be very difficult to point out any single boy for his ex- cellence, as the squad all want- ed to win, and they won the game as a team." the coach said. The Junior Varsity squad preliminary game ended in a scoreless tie at Loalton. On Saturday the Indians will travel m Portola to engage in what is considered their test game of the season. The J-V game will begin at 12:15 p.m. and the Varsity game at 2 p.m. FrvV'OnS #DOPT NEW NwI HOU.E MOVING LAW FO. COUNTY'S PROTECTION An emergency ordinance for- bidding the mowng of buildings imo Plunms County, or for more than a mile within the county without a permit, was adopted by the PtumasCounty Board of Sur) rwsors at their regular session this week. The action , s aken after Supervisor C. E. Dlaekman advised that the Ches- ter Lions Club had requested sorne protection for that com- munity from old buildings being mov d in without discrimination from the Westwood town site. William Cullen of San Fran- cisco was named as county sani. tartan to succeed Fred Morley, recerRly resigned. Cullen is ex- perienced in this field after serv- .,, s sanitarian in Marin and Sonama counties. 2,'arie Mickelson was official- ly appointed to serve as a dir- ector of the Plumes County Chamber of Commerce, succeed- ing Ray King of Chester, who r"cently resigned the post. ' '0000 ,0000 Baz & "'',0-,.= aar InG, eenville-12n:onto5p.m. PkR00L POST SAI.E o/ S00TURDAY 15