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NOTICE Gremvlll @alif. October 15, 1950 is hereby given to all it may concern, that after date, I will not be re- 9or any debts or obliga- contracted by or in behalf of Greenville Florist. A. RROWl (PUblished Oct. 12-19-26) TO CREDITORS No. 2781 the Matter of the Estate INIE KYLE, Deceased. of is given by the un- Administrator of the Kyle, deceased, to Creditors of and all persons hay- claims alainst the said dece- to file them, with the neces- vouchers, within six months t". eh-st publication of this in the office of the clerk of Court of the Stat of in and for the County of or to uresent them, with vouchers, within six after the first publication notice to the said adminis- at the law office )f S. C. Quincy, California, which the undersigned i place of business in connected with the of said decedent. a t Quincy, California 3rd, 1950 of first publication, October of the Estate of deceased. Oct. 12-19-26-Nov. 2-9) SUMMMONS No. 4267 "HE SUPERIOR COURT OF STATE OF CALIFORNIA ,ND FOR THE COUNTY OF PLUMAS. W. SAVERCOOL and R. SAVRCOOL, Plain- VS. unknown claiming title, estate, lien or in- in the real property describ- the Complaint and adverse to oWnership or any cloud plaintiffs' title thereto," Defendants. PEOPLE OF THE SA.TI S GREET- nersons unknown claiming title, estate lien or in- in the real property describ- t the Complaint and adverse to |tiffs ownership or any cloud plaintiffs, title thereto," De- AP HEREBY DIRECTED A/kVD ANSWER the aint in an action entitled as . brought against you in the tor Court of the State of Cal- in and for the County of within ten (10) days after service on you )f this Sum- if served within this Court- Within thirty (30) days if elsewhere. action is brought to deter- the adverse claims to and upon the title of the real described in the Corn- : herein  ho-inafter des- ! by said nlaintiffs, who claim themselves r by their pre- r ....... . i'-tcrest the,y have in the actual, exclusive and P .... :n " ld nvemises property outiuousb, for Ity (o) v,-u ,-%, to the fil- of naid Complaint. claiming taev own the sar n eoe sire- the WHCLE WORLD ave paid the taxes of ever or assessed against thq during the period o: years continuously next ng the filing- of said Corn- Which said property is and being in the enville, County of State of California, and a portion of Lot 1 in Block 1 on the Official Plat of of Greenville on file in of the County Recorder Plumas County, and more described as follows: at a " iron S. No. 2587 at most Westerly corner vf Street and Church Ave , in of Greenville: which bears South 33 19' West, feet from the  corner Corn- to Sections 2 and . Town- North. Range 9 East, M. thence North 58 29' 60.00 feet alon.:th srouth- right-of-way line of thence leaving said -way line bearine" South I' West, 77:55 feet to an old line; thence alon said lane South 50 03' East, feet to the intersection of erlv rt'ht-of-way - of Church Avenue: thence  the last mentPoned rich.t- line :North 41 28' East. to the ulace of begin- containin 0.113 acres. with all and singular rights, easements, heredita- appurtenances thereun- or in anywise apper- thereto are hereby notified that and answer, as the said plaintiff-. for any money demanded in the Com- a arisine uuon contract, or anply to the Court for any demanded in the Corn- under my hnd and the of tbe S,Derior Court of the of Caligrnia, in and for the of Plumas, this 9th day of 1950. A LEXA)NIR, Clerk for Plaintiffs California.. Oct. 12-19'26-Nov. 2) , -% AND DRY CLEANERS [ , J. J. Madigcm, driver [ rnvlJle-Chester-Westwod I / SENIOR GIRL SCOUTS ENJOY PATROL TRIP Have you noticed the new" fence the forest service put around the local picnic gounds ? Well, the sen- ior girl Scouts did when they were on one of their regular patroling trips. The girls had a "tin can" party to which each girl brought an unlabeled can of goods. They ate and they patrolled the grounds. Those present were: Joan Neuman, Wilton Wiley, Mary Alice Bidwell, :Mollie Scott and Francis Sabala. The picnic grounds are open to the public and the scouts hope that the people of Greenville will take a better interest in it and use the grounds more in the future. Alice Sharer, Girl Scout Reporter. County Veterans' Service Officer C. J. Gallup and Mrs. Gallup en- trained on the California Zephyr at Keddie Wednesday to spend their vacations visiting friends in Buf- falo, N. Y., and relatives in Ver- mont and at Boston, Mass. Vermont is the native state of Mr. Gallup They will return by ailroad with short visits in New ,York City, Washington, D. C. and St. Louis, Missouri. The "poor ale' printer" ha8 to make a living, too . . . order your stationers' supplies - plain and printed materials from the Record VAILEY OBSERVATIONS BY OUR ROVING REPORTER There was work a plenty going on around the Strong ranch last weekend. Having purchased a bull- dozer . .e. Bud and Dave both are learning t operate it so dirt will be moved "hither and yon" all fall I imagine. "Chug" and Clovys tevenson were in town last weekend from Meadow Valley, having moved over there two weeks ago. Hated to see you two leave Greenville We miss you around. The Harry Jhnsons and friends visited them from the valley spent Sunday in Rend and from the looks on their faces when arriving back in town I don't think lady luck" was with them although she was with Cliff and Olive Fife when they were over there one day last week. At least they won a jack-pot or two. Certainly surprising how fast the Herb Savercools are progressing on the building of their new home. Go- ing to beat "ole man winter" yet. The Philpotts after a long sum- mers work landscaping their yard are seeing their efforts materialize. The house and lawn is an eye- catcher and I imagine many a tour- ist envy them their house in the pmes. i iii i i the Congress OFF on large portion of our GIFT MERCHANDISE duHng our FIRST ANNIVERSARY SALE, THROUGH OCTOBER } ! ,," Fay's Gift Shop i . Make no ndstakes-qet you: printing :om us and wel mlre "eml Support your home-town papc.l the President? They found that no country on earth can surpass Amer- ica's leciershlp in medical care and progress. They found that able doctors, teachers, nurses and scientists -working in laboratories where Science, not Politics, is master--are blazing dramatic new trails to health for Americans--and for the world. THE "GRASS ROOTS" SIGNALS CONGRESS. In every com- munity in the Nation, people stood up to be counmd on this im- portant issue. Thousands of local women's clubs, civic groups, farm, business, religious, taxpayer, medical, educational and patriotic organ- General Federation of Women's Clubs American Farm Bureau Federatian National Grange Veterans of Foreign Wars National Conference of Catholic Charities American Protestant Hospital Association American Legion National Association of Small Business Men United States Chamber of Commerce National Association of Retail Grocers National Retail Dry Goods Association American Bar Association Doctors of this Nation are grateful that the people refused to be wooed by the fantastic promises of this un.American excursion into State Socialism. Doctors of America are dedicated to serve their fellow citizens at home and their comrades in uniform, wherever serv- ice to this Nation may 2ke them. And the thing they stand ready to fight for to sacrifice for-to die for--is not the alien way of life of Socialism, but the prideful security of a free and self-reliant peoplel THE VOLUNTARY WAY IS THE AMERICAN Throughout the Nation, free men and women, working and planning together, are" finding the American answer to every question of medical service, care and cost. Hundreds of Voluntary Health Insurance Plans are in healthy competition-spousored by doctors, insurance companies, hos- pitals, fraternal organizations-by industry, agriculture and labor. Today i H  I ! WAY ! ia America--70 million people are protected by Voluntary Health Insur. ance! Throughout the Nation, families are insuring themselves against the major costs o illness--at reasonable, budget-basis prices. Voluntary Health In.mance takes the economic shock out of illness. Protect your family now. # For ifotmation, ask your doctor--or your insurance man. I i I I II I I i I II t An American's greatest heritace is the right to learn the facts--and to speak his mind. Maintained with honor and used with sinceritg--that right will guarantee forever that ! PHYSICIANS OF THIS COMMUNITY PARTICIPATED IN PAYING FOR THIS SPACE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION NATIONAL DUCATION CA .PA|GN .k ONE NORTH LA SALLE STREET, CHICAGO, LL[Nq: They found that Government domination of the people's medical affairs under Compulsory Health Insurance means lower standards of medical care, higher payroll taxes, loss of incentive, damage to research, penalties for the provident, rewards for the improvident. THE PEOPLE WEIGH THE FACTS. In the American manner, the people studied the case for Socialized Medicine--and the case against it. Today among the 10,000 great organizations on militant public record against "Compulsory Health Insurance" are: And ever watchful, ever sensitive to an alert people, The Congress saw that signal, and heard the people speak out, loud and plain. That's democracy in action. That's the American way! izations spoke out--giving the great United gtates Congress its unmistakable Grass Roots signal from home! But that freedom has been attacked here recently-lust as it has been attacked in other parts of the world. One of the most serious threats to individual freedom has been the threat of Government-dominated Compulsory Health Insurance, falsely presented as a new guarantee of health "security" for everybody. FREEDOM COMES UNDER ATTACK. The reality of war has made every American think hard about the things he's wilhng to work and fight for-and freedom leads the list. IN MUCH OF THE WORLD today, the people have resigned from running their own countries, Others have been quick to step in--first with promises of "'security"--and then with whips and guns--to run things their way. The evidence is on every front page in the world, every day. RUNNING AMERICA is the joint job of 150,O00,O00 people. It's the biggest job in the world today --keeping it running for liberty and for freedom. And the whole world's watching to see whether Americans can do it! OR YOU AND THE MAN NEXT DOOR?