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e THE INDIAN VALLEY RECORD THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1950 unH! / Discovered Telephone? -'Well, not exactly. But Chris d/d discover the new land that has developed some of the greatest me- chanical marvels the world has ever seen. Modern telephone service is certainly one of them. Amer- ican telephone service leads the world]n efficiency ---convenience and quality, of service. We are proud to be one of the 6,000 Independent telephone companies which are giving so much service to the American people at so little cost. CITIZENS UTILITIES CO. OF CALIFORNIA PAT PRIDEAUX HOLDS TENTH BIRTHDAY PARTY Pat Prideaux observed leer 10th birthday annixersary n Saturday with a luncheon party at the home of her )arents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Prideaux. Following lunch and opening of the gifts, the honoree and her guests attended the matinee show at the Pluma Theatre. Invited for the occasion were: Hazel McIntyre, Betty Comstck, Pat Bettinger, Nancy Nagler, Don- no Morris, Joan Simpson, Gaylene Deal, Carol Norbery and Barbara Hall. AUDITING BOOKKEEPING ACCOUNTING Quentin Philpott Public Accountant 22-M-2 Greenville A u m'L1 Jn r u'Im:mLmAu r DR. JACK A. ELFANT OPTOMETRIST 156 Jackson St, Quincy - 1.351W (Opposite Industrial Hospital) Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted EROKEN IS' DUPLICATED O01WTAC'r LENSES PR.ISORIPTION SUN GLASSES VALLEY RECORI00 Published Every Thursday Night Entered h the post office at Greenville, California, as second- ClaSS matter under the Act of Congtess of March 3, 1879. Thelma A. Johnson. E. N. Johnson Owners and "Publishers Member of C.N.P.A. - N.E.A. qm I When you .eed new tires BUY THE 8ESTI Buy No other tires offer so much quality per dollar- measured in safety, mileage, looks and car economy. Here's double-barreled proof that Goodyear tires are your best buy; 1. tar akers use more Goodyear tires on their new cars than any other kind 2. Car Owners buy more Goodyear tires than any other kind THE TIRE YOU WANT To get the most for your money, the tire you buy must fit YOUR particular needs. Goodyear offers you a complete line of tires and tubes.., a line to fit your car.., your budget . . your driving habits. TRADE NEW MILES FOR OLD 90% of all tire trouble occurs in the last 10 % of tire life. Why take chances with worn, smooth tires ? We'll trade you new Good- year miles for the remaining un- safe mileage left in your pres- ent tires. Get out of the "danger zone"go Goodyear for greater safety. IT'E VALUE THAT COUNTS WE'LL GIVE YOU SERVICE The final answer to tire value is how many trouble-free miles a tire del.vers as compared to its cost. Get Goodyear quality and find out for yourself why Good- year tires have been the first choice of motorists for 5 con- secutive years. Yes, we're equipped to give you the best tire service in town service that ca add miles and miles of safe, dependable driv. ing. We'll check your tires regu- laxly for inlqtion, balance, un- even wear--and help you stre t your tire dollar limit, j More people ride on Goodyear Tires than on any. other kipd .v Burton Motor Sales Phone 90-M Greenville California LETTERS TO THE EDITOR I just wanted to take this op- )ortunity to express my sincere ap- preciation for the efficiemt wrk lone by Sherif Melvin Schooler, De- *uty Sheriff Ed W. Spellmeyer, the Constable of Greenville, the Nation- a Guard, personell of the Plumas j National Forest and volunteers who went into the Light Creek area trying t locate me after I had made the mistake and vcan- dered in the wrong direction while hunting September 20, 21 and 22. Their promptnes in acting in this emergency should warrant them he credit and admiration of all the people in Plumas county. Sincerely, H. D. Lowry 41 "TRIBUTE NIGHTS" FEATURE AT GRAND NATIONAL Special "tribute nights" honoring various )rganizations wil be a fea- ture of the huge 1950 Grand Na- tional Livestock Exposition, Horse Show and Rodeo. The following dates have been set aside: Friday, October 27, San Francis- co Chamber of Commerce Night; Saturday, October 28, Riding Club Night; Sunday, October 29, Sheriff's Posse Night; Monday, October 30, Farm Bu- eau Federation Night; Thursday, November 2, Wool Growers' Night; Sunday, November 5, Internat- vnal Rodeo Association Night, All indications point to the big- 'est Grand Natipnal yet to be seen, with livestock entries pouring in, million dollar horse show filing its clases, and the world's top cow- boys ready to do battle in the IRA championship finals. LABO GROUPS ASSURE ALL-OUT SUPPORT FOR JIM.MY ROOSEVELT Labor will present a solid front for James Roosevelt, Democratic candidate for Governor, n election day mext November acording to Frank Pellett, State Representa- tive, Brotherlmod o f Railroad Trainmen. "Labor has a definite stake in the election of James Roosevelt," said. Pellett "He has consistently worked with organized labor for the aims and objectives of labor which benefit all of the people. Be- cause he has been a real friend ,of labor and because they know this to be true, the rank and file of labor wil vote solidly for Roose- velt." Pellett pointed out that the De- mocratic platform, which Demo- cratic candidate Roseve!t sup- ports, demands the outright re- peal of the Taft-Hartley law. "Roosevelt has publicly stated his oposition to this Act, and also pposed the repeal of the Full Crew NEW YORK'S FAREWELL TO THE PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX Tax Commissions of New York State had been recommending for fifty years the abolition of the per- sonal property tax. Finally, on pril 29, 1933, the New York Times was able to write the folowing ed- itorial: "Simetimes a tree which has withstood the Winter's gales will :fall on a calm Summer's night. Hu- man institutions occasionally take the same course, as in the case of the bill signed by Governor Leh- man repealing the personal proper- ty tax It was a hoary ancient, Vchich in its prime had put out a pleasant cover of green leaves to Bill and Grace Huntley are drlV ( nga new De Soto club hich they secured last from Burton M)tors. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hatch ar driving a 1941 De ,Soto which purchased this week from Burto Motors. Burton Motors last week receiv ed shipment of De Sotos and Ply- mouths which are available for ira- mediate delivery. nlllilllnll IIII-'HIIII shade the tax oollector. In 1866, for example, personal property in THE BEST this city accounted for more than a third of the assessment roll. But in time . . . the income tax was adopted, and the personal property tax gradually sank into disrepute. Of recent years it has been a mock- ery. Assessed by guesswork, forti- fied by a hasty conning of the tele- phone book and the Social Re- gister, it has been productive of little but ill will. By 1925 its share of the local burden had dropped to per cent; last year less than $2,- 000,000 was actually collected from this source. For years merchant and other business men have car- ried on an agitation for repeal of this impost." By this far-sightedness, New ork has become the Nation's rich- est state--the greatest in finance in manufacturing, in wholesaling, and in world trade. New York City does more manufacturing than the hree Pacific Coast.states combined and her population increase since 1930 exceeds that of Dos Angeles, San Francisco and Oakland put to- gether. With lower property taxes than LOs Angeles, New York City pays the highest teacher salaries in the Country. Buy all your printing at home! PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER NOTARY Specialty Leqal Work TYPING - CONTRACTS LEASES - DEEDS, ETC. MARGUERITE AUSTIN Telephone 8-M-4 On hiway 89, near high school Crescent Street - Greenville THE BEST in PLUMAS COUNTY Typewriter ribbons and typing pcper, staplers and staples, legal blanks and signs at The Record' aw, an zssue upon which Republi- "an Candidate Warren remained strangely silent," said Pellett. SAVE HEW TIRE PRICE! Renew your tires with new 600DP00'E&B COLD RUBBER TIRE TREADS Goodyear made and marked "Cold Rubber" right on the tread RUBB MUCH GREATER M I LEAG E Same tread design as new Goodyear tires Same tread thi as new Goodyear tires Rmer" t-. Free your car while we renew: your tires. Stop in today for the best recap job in town. BURTON MOTOR SALES Your DeSoto - Plymouth Dealer Telephone 90-M Greenvlllo IB00M& IN INDIAN VALLEY AT REASONABLE RATES STAR HOTEL WE ALSO CATER TO Parties and Phone 80-M-2 Greenville mmnmnmmmssmninusnmmnunnuml |nllllnlllXlllllUlllllllllllllllllllllllnlllnllllUlllllllllllll Indian Valley Post No. 568 AMERICAN LEGION .q.ND AUX]tJARY M]]S SECOND MONDAY OF ACH MONTH AT 7:30 p.m. Veterans and service men welcome gel II Ill l lllll IIIllllllllllll IIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll INDIAN VALLEY GRANGE N'o. 439 leets First and Third Tuesday of Each l{onth, 8 p.m. - TaylorsviUe D. R. STRONG, Master LENA DEFANTI, Sec' ill IIIIIIIIIIll$11111111111111111ll iiIillllllllllllllllllllllllllllll SINCERITY LODGE No. 132. F. & A. M. Meets 2nd Friday each month. 8 p. Visiting Brothers Weloomel Lionel Wixom, Master Herbert Holt, Secretary mnIHIIIIh.II,UOUIIIteaI,,III/OIO,.,,,,,.eUlII.IIIN LUMBER & SAWMILL WORKERS UNION- AFL Local No. 2647 Meets first Sunday of each month at 11 a.m. -- in Old Library Hall GREENVILL r -:- CALIFORNIA JOE PALAZZl, president ROBERT GI ESICK Bus. Agent and Secy.-TreaS. ,llllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllll$111llllllllllllllllllllllllll GIENVILLE I.O.O.F. LODGE No. 252 Meets 1st and 3rd Saturdays- 8 p.m. - at Oddfellows Ha, Greenville, California CHAS. WALTERS, N.G. ELMORE HUNT, Sec'y ffllllllllilllllllllllllPllllilllllllllllll iiiii1111 ii iiiil$11JlllllllJ J /- RICHARD R. ECKER LICENSED SURVEYOR Surveys - Maps - Reports Legal Descrlptions Phone 378 Quincy / .==..= .= .==..= V .= y .,: = T = = .= Yv T v .= T=., INDIAN VALLEY FUEL t Slabs and Edgln ireplace Wood - Setzer's Blocks W. H. HAWSON Phone 24-M-2 Greenville, Cal. t, AA;, , ;, && ;, h ;, ;, ;, ;, ;, ;, &A A A   oeeooeeoeeoeaeoeaeeeeoo@ LANKERSHIM HOTEL 55 Fifth Street (Near Market) San Francisco, Cal. ABSOLISTELY FIREPROOF 350 ROOMS OF COMFORT IN THE HEART OF S, F. SHOPPING AND THEATRE DISTR/CT MODERN RATES SINGLE - - fs'om $1.75 up DOUBLE..- trom $2.50 up OOO ooe, oo O lO@eloooee*