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GLE URGES IMMEDIATE BEPLANTING OF BURNS THROUGHOUT NO. CALIF. Clair Engle is tlrahg Federal and State Forest ,ervF( authorities to make $irenuous effor|s to replant and to grasses the thousands o acres of timber and grazinff land burned over in a recent se- tes of disastrous fires in Cali- f6rnla. : The Congressman, who is nan of the IIouse Commit- t on Interior and Insular Af- lllrs, which administers all Do|icies in conrectlon with pub- llc lands, wrote US Regional For- e Clare Hendee anti offered services in connection with troy rehabilitation p r o g r a m  might be adopted. He said that Federal and tate 0 agencies, together with [rldIviduals and representatives {. the timber industry should e commended for their efforts suppressing the fires vchich .C- rczponsible for ute!d drage to thousands of acres O tlmber and range land. 'I understand," he said, "that 'e was a terrible toll of dam ge to public and private for- ''ts, especially near Yreka and a lesser degree near Hayfork [d usanville, which may have it erious effect on th( local :emy. "Every effort,' he continuer, ould be made to get this acreage back into timber and sges." He requested suggestions on laow he might bo of assistance t private land owners in re- planting their burns and in the of seeing the better areas th grasses and legumes which oid prove useful to livestock r*artors while a new timber Tc w-as being grown. IIHNNY BREAKS AN ARM giht-year-old Johnny Poseh (las. given first aid at the Bat- $ffa Hospital in Greenville. then taken to the Washoe Medical f rder at Reno for further at- tion Sunday, night, after he .$Lgtained a badly fractured el- [row while playing. Johnny had llnt some hours visiting at the Itome of his friend, Freddie Rob- iiason, and succeeded in tripping a'nd falling on his elbow, it was |earned. He accosted his father [Ierman with the information: qIZIaddy, I've broken my arm, and ' 'didn't even cry." Mr. Posch tx>ve hhn over to the Nevada Efospital that night. It was ex- pected he would be brought home a,y  his condition is deemed rttfte favorable. 0: rINTER AT SAN JOSE Mrs. Myrtle E. Schieser left her Greenville home on Tuesday of this week, to spend the win- ter months in San Jose. She ac- e01xrpanied her daughter, Mrs. JH, B. Mathews of that city, who tge up to get her. and with om she will spend the com- ing weeks. ixAP mJ(tms TURNS e Rev. I-t. H. Hughes ar- 'rlvecl back at the parsonage on Tuesday night after spending eral days on a trip to his for- mer home in Ohio. During his ab- " ffrs. Hughes has been en- ]oyg a visit from her cousin. lllgl FROM THE BAY JsMe Hayes and family have been enjoying a visit from her Igfster and her daughter of the , bay city of Oakland. : HAT N][W LOG HOUSE The attractive looking peeled log house which is under con. on the road out to Tay- is b inq built by none than Herb Greiner --- with sorlal assistance of course his young son. LITTLE GRIZZLY CREEK MAY BE DIVERTED AROUND TAILINGS DUMP Plans were discussed for the diver|ing of Little Grizzly Creek were discussed at a meeting in Portola on pt. 2"3, when mem- bers of the State Water Pollu- tion Board, Departm,2nt of Fish and Game, Plurrms County Fish and Game Connission, the U.S. Forest Serviee and the Plumas County Board of Supervisors, met to discuss the problem. The problem as presented is twofold, one phase being the pollution of the stream by m.irie taitings which are getting into the stream in increasing quanti- ties due to the deterioration of the battlers which were con- structed many years ago; the other phase--for which no Sohl- tion has been provided, is the poisoning of the water by the copper in solution from the old mine workings. As a result, con- siderable loss is incurred in fish life and the fishing waters are rendered useless well down be- yond the junction of Little Griz- zly and Indian Creek. Funds for the re-routing of the streaxr through another can- yon will be provided through allocation made under the Pitt- m3n-Robertson Act, it was said. Among those attending the session were Earl Kauffman of Tavlorsville; E. J. Humphrey and Til!eo Sobrero, Greenville; Irwin Bosworth and W. A. Peteron, of the Plumas National Forest, in addition to state officials. CAN'T STAND THE SUSPENSE Doris Bush left on Friday for San Jose  in order to be on hand for the arrival of a new addi- tion to the family of her son, Jesse, Jackie and Robin. Paul is so far letting along OK. GLEN GRENKE RETURNS WITH BLUE RIBBON FROM APPALOOSA HORSE SIIOW Glen Grenke of Greenville and Oroville returned last week from a trip to Colorado, where he ex- hibited his 2-year-old prize stal- lion at the Appaloose horse show just held there. Glen is justly proud of hav- ing the distinction of receiving the only blue ribbon awarded to any horse entered from the state of California. HERE FROM OROVILLE Paul and Hazel Menefee were up from Orovil]e last week end, enjoying a visit at the home o her mother. Mrs. Joim Beiting,r and family, and no doubt inves- tigating the possibility of taking a buck home with them. No in- formation was secured as to their success. VISIT SAN LINDRO Nadlr Bartholf and children, and Mrs. Edna Laufman, have returned home to Greenville af- ter spending two weeks visiting in San Leandro at the home of Nadine's mother, Mrs, H. S. Hawkins. Nadine and the chil- dren are presently staying with Byron at the Laufman Ranger Station. THEY GOTTA BE SHOWN Not to be shown, but merely to see his old stomping grounds, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Siering are presently enjoying a vacation trip back to the State of Mis- souri, also the home of Harry Truman. Assistant Ma.Dager R. U. CampodoniCO is in charge of operations at the Wild Western while Frank is away. Assisting hm are Joan Neuman, C, arol Shehan. Ruth McCutcheon, Richard Nye, and Pauline Daw. son, who is recently back from b- vacation. Rea Harrison is s]l on a leave of absence fol- lowing her recent illness. PLUMAS THEAT00 NOTE NEW STARTING TIMES Five week nights .......... 7:30 p.m. Saturdays .... 2:00- 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. Sundays ...... 2:00- 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. OCT. 6 THROUGH 12 Thursday and Friday Harry Belafonte Dorothy Dandridge and Pearl Bailey in "'CARbIEN JONES'" (Color and CinemaSeope) Something different in musical entertainment Saturday Only Ricardo Montalban and Betta St. John in "THE SARACEN BLADE" (Technicolor) Crusading Knights in the siege of the Holy Land! And Bill Williams - Kelly Ryan "THE OUTLAW'S DAUGHTER" (Color) And gad, what a girl she was! Sunday and Monday Doris Day - Jams Cagney and Cameron Mitchell in "LOVE ME OR LEAVE ME" (Color and CinemaScope) Life-inspored story of singer Ruth Etting Tuesday and Wednesday Van Johnson - John Hodiak Ricardo Montalban George Murphy and Denise Darcel in 'BATTLEGROUND" The guts, gags and glory of a lot of wonderful guys! NEW ZONING ORDINANCE EXPLAINEED BY HEAD MAN OF PLANNING COMISSION That the proposed zoning ordi- nance will not impose any re- strictions on any Plumas County property until property owners go through the necessary pro- cedures of setting up restric- tions, was the assurance given the public last week by Ernest G. Leonhardt, chairman of the Plumas County Planning Com- mission. Mr. Leonhardt expressed re- gret that that some misinforma- tion about the proposed zoning: ordinance had been circulated and said that property now in use will have no restrictions placed upon it under the new set-up unless and until changes are made thereon. Citing an example, he said: "Suppose owners of 10 blocks in the residential area of Green- ville decided that they wanted to take meps to protect their prop- erty values. They could get up a petition and, after a public hearing the Board of Supervis- ors could then establish the area of those 10 blocks as a dis- trict with whatever restrictions had been imposed at their own request." The zoning ordinance will pro- vide machinery with which peo- ple of the county can protect the values of their property by preventing, encroachment of in- appropriate types of establish- ments in the areas affected, 1Wr. Leonhardt said. ('Pe above is a talk Mr..'n- hardt was expected to mak be- fore the Greenville Rotary. Club yesterday. Since. he was unable ideas in preserted instead.Ed,) CATHY HAS TONSILLECTOMY Cathy Hamblin is reported to be practically recovered from a tonsillectomy which she under- went last week at the Batson Hospital in Greenville. HERE FROM SAN BERDOO Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Cteghorn and their granddaughter Louann Hickey, of San Bernardino, left for their home last Sunday af- ter enjoying a two weeks visit in Greenville at the home of her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Staten. Christmas Tree Stumpaqe Wanted Any Kind - Any Amount IMMEDIATE CASH PAYMENT Phone Carl - Greenville 90-M-3 : $.altl t " MRS] ELECTRONIC 4 INSTRUMENT * REPAIRS Moisture Meters SERVICE & REPAIRS *t [ Geiqer Counters SCINTILLATORS ,, Sa!es -Serviee - Re , HARRY PETZWAL 4, CRESCENT GRADE GREENVILLE, CALIFORNIA PLEASE HELP US TO PREVENT FOIST FIitES!. LET US SUPPLY YOUR HUNTING AND C00MPING NEEDS $ $ Our Stocks Are Most Complete! Our Service is the Most Genial in the World! F L. MILLER COMPANY Groceries - Hardware - Sportinq Goods S & W Paints - G-E and Sunbeam Appliances Phone 1-M Comer Main and Crescent Greenville At BELDEN SATURDAY OCT. 8' 9:00 PM "til 2:00 AM MUSIC BY "THE CREW CUTS" THE BELDEN RESORT