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ARINE SERGEANT TO " IN GREENVILLE "XT THURSDAY The local Marine Corps Recruit- llg Sgt. Ralph W. Clarke will be Greenville the afternoon of the of this month to take ap- plications for the Marine Corps, ,rod Women Marine Corps. You may contact Sgt. Clarke in the Post Office, for information con- ,cOming the Marine Corps. BEFORE THE PUBLIC UTILI- TIES COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA In the Matter of the Application of CITIZENS UTILITIES COM- PANY OF CALIFORNIA, a Cal- ifornia corporation, for Author- ity to Increase Instrastate Rates and Charges Applicable to Tele- phone Toll and Exchange Ser- vice. Application No. 31842 (Srd SD-PPINTAI, APPLICA- 'lION FOR PERMANENT IN- SE IN TELEPHONE TOLL A=ND EXCHANGE RATES AND CHARGES). NOTICE OF ADJOURNED HEARING NOTICE IS I-IREBY GIVEN that the Public Utilities Commis- aion of the State of California has met the adjourned hearings in the above entitled matter before Com- lUissioner Potter and Examiner dwards for Tuesday, October 16, 1951 at 2:00 p.m., in the I. O. O. F. Iall, Elk Grove, California. Wednesday, October 17, 1951 at I0:00 a.m., in the City Hall, Rio Vista, California. Monday, October 22, 1951 at 9:30 a.m., in the City Hall, Fern- dale, California. Tuesday, October 23, 1951 at 2:00 p.m., also Wednesday, Octo- ber 24, 1951 at 9:30 a.m., also nursday, October 25, 1951 at 9:30 a.m., in the Veteran's Memorial all, Redding, California, at which times and places all interested Parties may appear and be heard. Y ORDER OF THE PUBLIC 7JTILITIES COMMISSION. Dated at San Francisco, this 5th day of October, 1951. R. J. PAJALICH, Secretary Public Utilities Commission of i WILLIAMS TO ATTEND HIGHWAY SESSIONS AT SACRAMENTO Attention will be focused on valley farm labor supply, flood control, and highway problems in Sacramento October 19, during the semi-annual meeting of the Sacramento Valley Council of the California State Chamber of Com- merce. H. O. Williams, secretary of the County Chamber of Commerce will represent Plumas and Will press for action on the rebuilding of the Chilcoot Grade on Highway 24 at an early date. Expected at the meeting will be over 250 business, industry and agricultural leaders from the nineteen counties making up the Sacramento Valley Council. They l are: Solano, Sacramento, El Dora- do, Vole, Sutter, Placer, Nevada, Yuba, Sierra, Colusa, Glenn, Butte, Plumas, Tehama, Trinity, Shasta, Lassen, Modoc and Siskiyou counties. Among subjects of vital concern to Sacramento Valley will be a discussion of flood control and water projects by John Luther, manager, California Central Val- leys Flood Control Associatn of Sacramento. Also on the natural resources agenda is a discussion VISIT Historic -- Friendly JOHNSVII.LF. LODGE The Road Is Good TO "Trigger's Trapp" Grace is aqain pre the splendid dJnnem h which we are famousl Phone Johnsvlile 4 Jackte and Triqq You I 0UINCY r B"Y ' COTTER'S AUTO SERVIC POWELL TEWELRY GIFTS THAT LAST W Watch Repairing QUINCY LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANERS JOHN RILEA Your Greenville Representative SALES & SERVICE QUINCY HARDWARE CO. P. O. Box 846 Phone 87 General Hardware - Electrical Mining Supplies - Housewares Plumbing - Appliances - Norge Refrigerators We Specialize in Mail Orders GAMBELL & GAMBELL UPHOLSTERING r Complete Guaranteed Service and Workmanship QuincyFurnitureCo FOR FREE ESTIMATE Phone Quincy 242-W SEIVING YOU IN PLUMAS COUNTY B-G MOTOBS Sales & Service 375 E. Main Qulnoy HARVEY WOODLEY JEWELER Watch, Clock & Jewelry Repair Next.To Mseley & Grenke Callf0rnla Quincy qtm00cY PROP0000'B PRODUCTS CORP. Phone 566 2 Miles East of Quincy, Calif. KAMPSCHMIDT SERVICE Looal Agent Quincy Mrs. Tivvie ller and Mrs. Elaine MeLaln were Reno visitors last Tuesday. Ray Anderson of Pomona came Tuesday evening to visit his brother Dick, his nephew and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Nye and Sharon and Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Nye. Betty Milton spent Tuesday in Reno. Sammy Kingdon reported in Quincy Thursday morning to go to San Francisco for his army physical. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Foster spent several days visiting her mother and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Herring. Mr. Harley Flournoy of Quincy, brother-in-law of Della Herring passed away the last of the week. : Mr. and Mrs. Perry McLaugh- lin and two children of Kingdon, California visited  friends on Fri- day. Mr. McLaughlin is the for- mer W. P. agent here. Mrs. Jack McLaughlin returned with them to meet her sister and family from Australia. Sally Purcell left Sunday for Sacramento to attend to business. Mrs. Henry Gruver entertained with a Stanley party Friday after- noon. A theatre party was given for Janie Steen Sunday in honor of her 8th birthday. Guests were Lin- da Tatro, Pat McLain, Nelda, Nancy and Seneie Milton, Eddie Conrad, Dorothy Laplander, Betty Jo Garrick, Nola Sheffield and the Freeman children of Genessee. Louise Begley and daughter and baby of Tacoma, Wash. and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Van Deran from Little Rock, Calif. sisters of War- ren Bradley, were visitors here over the past weekend. Nadiene Brown of Chico spent the weekend visiting. Mns. Jessie Hartley returned from Sacramento to visit a few days. Catherine McDonald and Mary Hart visited the Sorsoll families this Sunday and Monday. Miss ,Randall of Quincy visited this weekend with Miss Ulfland. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Nye and Sha- ron drove Ray Anderson to Oak- land Saturday. ",no Nyes visited the Albert Nyes and Mrs. Nye's father in Napa before returning Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Haker and boys of Anderson spent the week- end visiting the Bill Hakers. Henry Gruver was a lucky hunt- er Monday. of Forest Timber Sales and Ac- ce  by William ield, San Francisco, executvie tary, Forest Protective Associat- ion of California. You can save letter writing and keep friends or relatives better informed by sending them a gift subscription to The Record. THE DIAMOND MATCH CO. Phone Quincy Four WE DELIVER Bill Harrington, Manager | FIGHT : LINOLEUM " i COMMUNISM : CHOOSE YOUR PATTERN FROM OUR LARGE STOCKI lid |INDIAN - 9 and 12-foot widtbe xpert Guaranteed Laying . QuincyFunutuxeCo Phone Quincy 242-W FOR FREE ESTIMATES GUARANTEED RECAPPING Truck & Passenger 00rncz T,00Z s00wcE E. Quincy, Calif. Phone 544 BISHOP'S PAINT STORE WALLPAPER, PAINTS, VENETIAN BLINDS AND LINOLEUMLICENSED PAINT CONTRACTORS Phone 132 |lUlnllllllllllllllltlllll 1 i JOIN THE i I| II I" " l FREEDOM :1 i | : i m Ilnlillllllllllllllllllll In San Francisco-- be comfortable at the-- 7 Taylor St. GR. 4-2882 NEAR GOLDEN GATE THEATRE Centr toThutm& ShopldnS Dim.lee =oo MO"mN noom AMEBICAN VALI LUMBER YARD, Inc. JACUZZI Water Well Pumps, Systems and Sevvlce. Pittsburgh Palnt and Varnishes Plone 565 P.O. Box 955 SHOPS, COFFLq SHOP AND LOUNO-- uN om BofeJ: $2-$4.50 Per day WITH PRIVATI! BATH Clark Carpenter, Owner eESEaYATIOHS -Y  ',T'v,7P.flkT ' T :. IND,AN VAhLEY RECORD U:;URSDAY, ;: ; ;  C;; ....... - ....... ^NGE By Congressman Clair Engle 0 Or T/D|P. "C ny natives of California llave ACCESS ROAD BILL |qT||q U|- reason for complaint that the APPROVED IVTINGS NEXT WEEK trouble with this State is people, Congress has passed a general according to Fish and Game Direr- bill authorizing additional funds A better future for California's tor Seth Gordon. There are se for constr]etion of access roads elder citizens will be the objec- many people, says he, that Califor- certified as esential to the national nia Wildlife ls being crowded out defense. It appears the language ive when leaders in the field o of its aneient homeland. is broad enough to include tim- management, labor, the profess- "With more and more people ber access roads, therefore ira- ions, government, and other public coming to the state," declar . mediate action will not be taken representatives gather in Sacra- Mr. Gordon, "people actually corn= on the bill I introduced earlier this mento next Monday and Tuesday pete with wildlife for habitat. ]2 session which deals specifically for the Governor's Conference on we don't give the animals a pla with tmber access roads in our the Problems of the Aging. to live, we're not going to lncreaN national forests. Attendance at the conference, our wildlife resources regardleU Hearings were held on my bill which has attracted nationwide at- of what we do in the way of but before the Committee could tention, is expected to approxt- artificial propagation." act the general all-purpose bill was mate 2,500, according to Adrien He advocates a program of ex- introduced and the Bureau of the j. Falk, San Francisco, general pansion in wildlife conservattot Budget suggested that action be chairman for the event, facilties that will assure llvtn withheld on my bill to avoid room and food to the creatures of duplication. In calling for the conference, field and stream and range. That In a letter to the Chairman of Governor Earl Warren cited Cal- seems just and right. Yet the u the House Committee on Agricul- ifornia's tremendous population comfortable thought persists that ture handling my bill, the Bureau growth and the accompanying in- there may in time be so many of the Budget stated with refer- crease in the number of persons people that we won't have animall once to the legislation just passed: in the upper age brackets, any more, and won't have the TIMBER ROADS QUALIFY "While we have always been great open spaces any more---only "The authority contained in the concered with the economic se- people everywhere. Perish the (new) legislation would provide  curity of the elderly, the steady thought! for a comprehensive program of growth in their number has in- 4 access roads and would be suf- creased the public awareness of ficiently broad to meet not only the fact that there are other areas SubHbe to Your Home.tow. Palme| the requirements for access roads of need just as important as finan- to military and defense instal- cial security. The needs of older lations, but also for access roads people encompass virtually all the to timber and mineral resources needs that are common to the gen- AUDITING essential for the defense effort, eral population. The need for se- "ACOUG Timber access roads necessary in curity, usefulness and affection is the interest of national defense Or not diminished with age, rather INCOME TAX essential civilian supplies could be it is intensified," he said. constrncted under authority con-  Q. Philpott & Co, tained in this legislation, amend- ing the Highway .Act of 1950." LEGAL FORMS of most stand- Q. Phllpott, P. A. The Federal Highway Act of are requirements are always  1950 authorized an appropriation e found at the Record offiCe. Ralph Boss, P. A. of $10 million. The new bill in- You will find one of the handiest creased the sum to $45 million of adgets in your home or office is QUINCY GREENVILLE which $20 million is to be made t Bostitch B-8 Stapler---only $2.50 PHONE 202 PHONE 22M2 available immediately for con- t the Record office---get one nowl ,, , ,,,,,,, tract author,zatior. FUNDS LIMITED My bill would authorize $30 rail- SERVICE! lion annually for five years speci- WE GIVE ficaUy for timber access roads. the time the money authorized in PLUMAS 6ARA  DISPOSAL COMPA the general bill s spread around there won't be as much left as GPut'ENVILLE, CALIFORNIA desired for timber access roads as   the military and defense instal- lations generally will have prior- t,e(rve TeJephone Messaqes at Greenville 39-M ity. However, it is a defenite start   , on a program to obtain timber for essential national use much of --RAGS AID OTHER SALVAGE FOR SALFr- which cannot be harvested until adequate roads are constructed. FeoP00have asked..."Oil Progress? Should that mean something to me?" The oil companies of America are now observin Oil Progress Week. Some people outside, the industry have asked, "O//Progress? Shou that man some. thing to me?" The answer is "Yes, indeed!"--for oil progre directly affects the lives of all Americans, and the rest of the civilized world as well. One indication of tim strides the industry has made is a count of its products. Fifty years ago, we were getting only about a dozen different products out of crude oil. Now Standard'produces more than 1100. What we ourselves produce, plus what's made with the help of products we provide, adds up to a seemingly endless list of things that make your life better. The growth of the industry over the years has you betty, and keep the nation strong. As the meant the development of thousands of oilcom- industry progresses, the gain is yours.., for yore" parties, large and small. All are needed--to serve progress and oil progress go hand in hand. Oil Progress Week...October 14 to 20 STANDARD OIL COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA plons ahead to serve you betten