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THE INDIAN VALLEY RECORD qTHURSDAY, OCT. 18, 1951 q ,r John A. Reynolds and wife . _ •- . - . - . Wsited friends here Monday, Roy- DR. JACK ELFANT olds is now with Col]ins Pine in Chester. INDIAN VALLEY FO. RKLPH JORDAN, Owner Mill Blocks Now $7.50 per load Delivered in the Greenville Area. P. O. Box 495 Greenville WANTED 000 000 Americans to loin the Crusade fori ;m -d "hp tr= t o"""4 RICHARD R. ECKER OPTOM ETRI ST 156 Jackson St., Quincy-Ph. 351W (Opposite Industrial Hospital) Eyes Examined - Glasses Fitted BROKEN LENS&apos; DUPLICATED CONTACT LENSES PRESCRIPTION SIIN GLASSES .. - . .- ._ . _.m== ,,i,i DR. A. T. DIFLE OPTOMETRIST g414tlllllllllllllllllRII011NIIIII State Theatre Bldg. - Oroville 1461 Myers St. Phone 150 PAINT CO. EXECUTIVES AND FRIENDS VISIT AT VIACAVA HOME Mr'. and Mrs. Albert Viaeava of Taylorsville have been enter- taining as house guests Mr. and Mrs. John H Heppe who is as- sistant superintendent of one of] the chemical plants of the Glid-J den Paint Co. in Oakland, where I he has been affiliated for the past I five years, L. P.. Simpson, owner I of tbe California Dredging Co. of t Oakland. and Frank Green of ! Cbpbout Country Club. Thuraday. the Viacavas enter- rained their guests in Reno. where they joined friends from San Jose. San Mateo and Oakland who were on a hunting trip in Nevada. John Heppc III who is a che- mist and also affiliated with the Glidden Paint Co in San Francis- PUBLISHERS CONTEND TAX VIOLATES Uo S. CONSTITUTION Refusal to pay an $8 city busi- ness license on the part of Pub- lisher Jack Hammond of the Co- rona Daily Independent, who con- tends it isn't constitutional, today stands one step nearer to a cli- max Because Hammond told tbe city counciImen that he wouldn't pay the license they filed suit in Jus- tice Court last summer Hammond came back with an answer which contended that the City of Corona by assessing the license against his newspaper, has violated th( WHAT WOULD YOU THINK? What would your reaction be to a merchant who priced as follows a su/t of clothes you were thinking of purchasing: "The price of the thread is 68 cents; buttons, 44 cents: cloth for the pants, $8.50; cloth for the coat, $12.75; cloth for the vest, $5.60; labor for making pants, $9.00; labor for mak- ing the coat, $16.25; labor for making the vest, $7.40; price to you of our buyinq and selling expense, $4.80; share of shipping costs, .77 cents; taxes, $9.80. "Now due to the method we have established of com- puting and collecting these items, we will have to ask that you pay these separate amounts to the various individuals in the store and secure a separate receipt from each one." You would think he had a paper head, wouldn't you? Or you'd at least think he should go consult a psychiatrist. And no doubt the general reaction would be such that he couldn't stay in business for any great length of time. Yet this is just a fair idea of the manner in which our taxes are levied and collected throughout the country. L---' --' ..... Plumas County, two years ago), is With Hammond's answer the ........ P =Ud, ucar,puons sm m toxauon lat combined with the desire of our olitzcl Installation and Repairs not with the party this year. He . "t auto atically was transfer- . _ " _" . _ " " p "" "cmS • , . is now a radar' man in the Navy, red to the Riverside County Super- _lo make tax lewes that will be noticed as little as possible, tree r.sltmales stationed in San Diego and ex- for Court where it now is pending, has resulted in levies and collections now tbeing made by Phone 378 Quincy ,.w,Twwf,n wf T*llWlIT i peers to be on his way to Japan Hammond does not stand alone in scores of organizations and thousands of individuals at a / HUWIKI 5 YLUlI|llmh ! next month, this legal test. The California shamefully wasteful cost of time, energy and money to the ..... ; ........... -4 Newspaper Publishers Association ’ " 2 " . . consumer. I Phone Meadow Valley _l DELEGATES TO SAN JOSE mlmedmtely ralhed to his support "t'l.^ ----u .... --I .-._ .... L _. . Nwv.e k, J Elsie Ann Hannon Shirley Hart- and two hundred thirty-nine of /is • --, ,-,-,, w,,, uu,y n.oz se mprovea or corrected . ' . zess your aese is conve  to our " iV,],IP'. .......... non and Mrs Lou Price are in dmly and weekly members contrl- . . • ., Y Y representatives in the • S F BROWN " " " ................ General Manager John B Long possibly stir even those relatively few that have chosen for - ] Cresoent Mills, Calif. 32p /wl i of CNPA has stated publicly that their own benefit to jom the commmdst party, or to even -  - his or anization o " "re f v " " " " EIBnmlilHm [inl,mm,=n= nm, m m m i ni -- m--1, llilllllmllmml ii"  ,-,  o. ,,e', I],- g poses the prac- CXI a orable consideration to the wews held by fellow" •, I ,i,-,,.a a | I u,pa.ues assessing rave,ers. i _ " j [1 rrevnvu*u u°'{lbetween a tax and a license to i _ , uminq that our present standard o| lltillllBIIIlill LI,...IItlIIIIIBIIIInltIBIIIIBII]Ul]tlIII,IlttlBHt I t , , , i ..........  _ . . . u[ pU o erate, d living'" .pr°wdes." a loaf of bread, one- " pthird ound of sug .ar IV= UIIIBBinBBmmBUBIBBBBBBBBIBBB|BBBBBBBBBBBBBIB|||BBIBB|BBBBBBBBgB BIBBnBBBUBB / After Corona City Attorney] pounas oz meat. one-quarter pound of butter, salt to taste, -mJohn Ganahl filed the suit in the J a usable quantity of soap, one package of cigarettes, a m n "  m  Justice Court in an effort to force minimum of shoes and clothing with which to supply a Iam-   _i | ne newspaper to pay the license, I ily_ of four, we in America would have to work three hours N   ,,_X'-r m[aCNn PA'S attorney, Gaff Selig..filed I a day to secure the wherewithal necessary. In Russia it " | -. ,ll I1. % -c'c"ll -[ tion:n=d:  t::eittner'ez'J would be necessary to work O0 hours out of every 24-hOur I --"' E- #  -.aK_ l K & "•/mitted. However, Seli# set un anJ day to maintain that same standardd this comparison • ni .Z  t L - F, %   • •  m m affirmative defense b; attackin [ doesn't ,take into consideration such items as rent, trans-  a    .  i  I | •  IL    i | the' constitutionality of the city's [ potation, insurance, medical supplies and services, cmxuse- II B "- i " v I I   % •  • -" [rlght to levy the license The easel ments, etc. = - .fr 11 F . L i%iiL4% n[then automatically was" transfer-I Which would vourather?  _q w - ai   ,K" F ||red to Superior Court in aceord-I ....... -_-_-_-:_ =.t ........... - .......... i si iV /t/ / 1 a=;  •  _i lance with state law covering suit] _ --- m I V -- ..'-' // / [ .......... A.,A • |   [involving taxes and licenses. I _ _ = a,, .j//// ". ........ i ,' ., .,, ..... . . _ ..= ,.. ,,.. | •  27<00 ,z I , "-t .......... l i i'll i Sl Si • In • aa ! mm • I ! ai • - . ( f/ X"7_., -'|Pll qlJf AUCTI000 SAL00 li Ii / IL00k00l | !11 | !11 1 III II I k00ll li i ...... _.,]SATT00DAY NOV. lO ............-.-- .-. V  qraiAl, r  ll_ x.".(:, :| The Indian Valley Legionnaires i -l-]b 55AblI-15U AUb l 4 C I bbC Y///I.,X ." = [.'ill provide a fine opportunity on | | )  |  |/ _=|Nov. 0 for the general public to/ nlvm A w t m  = 2/ / | FR_ESH BULK , • |secure or dispose of those many| ]l] l _- ....... / ( I o ,,,o, . ,... II€/. • "reli ......... -., ..... ;)1... llrlx rx • ,,, ,, ( ) / SAUSAGE ...... lb 39c • / cs tney ShOUld nave mven<orlecl • = f { G"v   (  - (  "*' " " ]  • ]in their attics and storerooms dur- | .............. m    BACON . n Fire Prevention Week, when. " ' n    L they sta e their frst ALTERATIONS- BUTTONholes FOR RENT--3 room house, par- =     . ..-1) = uction :t th, ,nLbJY PI i,c DRESSMAK'NG- TAILORING I "- -- tially furnished. $35 per montl, • --  i  :   [.lyJ t'", IY],l' _  i I [Fountain Buildi-n at"wh'ich--7 "'"| ' --[Greenville Motor Court 24-M-3 tt | €,a I :  i I ,El k <7   • tn-- item- -v .... : .. _ t].mej MRS JIMMITH ] ............................... - | !/ l : ..'l:d%r se: •name wm De oner / Teleph°nt?ree?vi/le--??M'?--I CABIN FOR RENT--2 room.'. i i  i   i I "  Nil | The public is asked to provide/ ROBBINS SELF SERVICE [furnishings optional. C. J. Fred :  i  "  i va   U I merchandise for sale either on a/ LAUNDERETTE I rickson, North of highway beloW' i i  ', $ i ) ',   -  _-. • ]commission basis or as a eontri-[35c per load damp dry--Located[Crescent Grade. 20tf’' I : " .% I button to the cause since proceeds across from Moseley and Grenke[ .......... . : I , t - l_, '.(P' I [ ll be used for the improvement Iarket. tfe. [HOUSE FOR R ''= I ......... - m , : m . m ,-- namn va, : ,  . • of the Greenville Legion Hall • -- le Hot S rin s t = ,,  1-- I--/;C )4 . •l' ....... IR SALE--3 bdrm. house an dl y P g" ' i /_it \\;--lI1////-% .;4  =l a u T.anK van rtonz will serve as[larg e shop building, large lot onl" m ' }.,I} I ""   -mltc[m1eer r°r..theday, and adviseslNo. Main St: Phone'14-M-4. 24tfxl JAMES V. SMITH "  I  t  ,i'   • mm I' e can a,spose or old rnl- I ..... I Plumbing -- General Repalr#: " II -- ).__ )m_   /i -----4- - -" -- m [ ture, pictures bOoks, magazines, [ [ Retail Supplies I fl n -)_ --.--;-_- " - --   •[comics,- dishes, mirrors scales,| RFJ ESTATE FOR SALE I PHONE 3 M-S :; I r I : }r, -  qlr- ° | 1 horseshoes, harness, poul'ry, but- / I " tf0 " . i [re ]cr ater, canned goods, trunks, cloth- RMTNG OLD HOME First / - - I i ROSE BOWL--No. 303 CANS ( DI]DV 1/ --.,QIi_ n I mg, sh°es and boots, fishing tack- I :m" ...... ." . i FOR SBlue ribbon .... : m .... : ......... ; IUlll:d .................... / ,; :U.[ A;E l lie r'uns and am• ,,-,+, .... ,_, I' o e m Taymrsmne. r'mamng I parmy G AI)Pll7 £Allfi7 ? ca, lo )  • I roofln ......... " ..... '' P ...... [setting under shade trees, and a [plants. Now ready for fall plat% | (  | Iires:" ao;;le °r 7' 2: flarge level lot. Rooms well-ar- i Elge for spring blossoms. 50e do, CHEF S CHOICE   ^.,  e- , .... • [stoves heaters w-t: ......   .. I ranged wth not too high ceilings. [ eanor Holt Phone 10-M-4 31ff | -,-- -----, --uo - ---  rLtLUK .................. 7.lSSL.99 u'l;rs, tents, beddiTrto];S';; !There'is a ranch style kltclen| ..... 7, ' : U| - BN_-- 7. c_ 7.C / -- " - - " .... = [;ops, box to ak kni;es can with bt pantry, dining room with / FoR -- 00alama00o wo i DEW DROP } DIO/%1/!" --!___ a q • [openers or almo anv*hinJ that /panelled fireplace, and nice old-irange in excellent condition Jack .m ,,. •  ' .. ,..  DIUIL ...................... pl /C • [may be found about the nremise / fashi°ned parlor downstairs. Up-/Hopkms ph. Greenville 24-M-2 31p ....... , .... cal ' • stairs contains 3 dormer t e bed- '  a   , " ..... """ Z '{C I •r other than wives or husbands ....... YP [ ................ i m HI L L' 8 • { GOLDEN CREST--COLORED i m Those having articles to sell'or s2i°tambief:ram e t rn%:?otO/sA._ One long yearling i       : tt_ ,t  i%1 /Mil&D/ADPI!D ,-,1,,-, q’)-  donate can leave them at the Van's but a handnum - 'ust o-utsi'de tll- ifrom Kunzler Ranch Greenville -L I C '  " * • Dtle Hannah, hone 92-M or Jim " m Greenville if .... q[] " U ............................ Ctll . P found. 34-4b . 00EJUICE NO.2 225c I G M , 69c • --i ...... -- ........ / - - ) B rt,ea, prone oo-m ,,, ann mL are TWU DROOM home, partly |------ . II WHITE KING ) ALL BRANDS--TAX 1NCLUD£D I a%lsed to beaJedte of the bt E furnished. Nice big lot. On Sta- LOST -- On Gree-lll ,,-cv •  sale m mind--Saturday, Nov 10 dart Mine road $5500 " " ...... k .......... _ _ . . • • • • canyon Dam highway One chrome. " : GIANT SOAP ................ p 56c t CIGARETTES ......... , ........ ctn $1.49 : ......... = skirt ov - .--,, m " r ' , ,  . ___.. ...... . ..... -- er rear wneel. Fmaer  • ! |1 INDIAN VAI.I.f RNPNTh TAYLKRSVE Very nice .four please return and receive reward. • i i bdrm. 2-bath home. 25 acres. Ameha Uhland, Crescent Millll,-" . rlMUAI'D&I UIRIAI" ll-zU-/.! • Published Eyery Thursday Night Large fireproof garage a n d California. 817  B --., " , ,  , , m m Entered Ill the post office at workshop, "all equipped 2,000 "---------- ...... j  m "--- = i-qniP -- -- = m  ,u i .me.-mm=m.i i Greenville, Cp.lifotla, as second- capacity chix yard. Cement block FOR SAL---Milk cow. See D W. ';" : !,1 Ili ! l]l/ ! I I I i / I .WI 1 ; class matter under the Act of fruit storage house Feed barn Harris at Canyon Dam after e B u II uIJ • • co... of March 3, 18"/9. and other very good outbuildings. 4:30 pro. 3-2c -- •, • • m. • ].m . I • • La • • •• [] 1.m = Thelma A Johnson E N Johns Cement walks. Wide porches " - -- -- • " . ...... around house. Niee view. Property • • | I • U I!.ILL, LI 00lllJl ,, Owners and lbliahers i ...... FOR SAte Pekin ducl n Stores at Green ville and Keddie .=]j Member of ,N.P A . N E A xtn?°lSa°gln:ert°.wn ,wh-e  and red fryers. Eva Neer, TaylorS- • ,.. . • ''_F'__-"\\;"Y"_ _ . y ytnlng ville ...................... Phone 72, Box 53 34-4’ " , " II] • including loads of tools for garden -'~ :. • i1• Classified Advertising Rates  and shop; even some linens, etc. WANTEIN--Trucks to haul cedar f" _ YOER HOM]OWIED 8TO1 OF FINE FOODS m i First time published, 15 cents per To settle estate. $5 000 down will 4" " 1 "" _ - m i line (5 ords) ; 10 cents net line handle z miles. $11 per M. Phone 18-F- ,  I GIIIrO oqro HOU KEDDIE STOP, HOUI 1 thereafter. Minimum, 75 firet " __ Quincy. Bresciant Ranch. 31-39 i m m 8toTWeekdays--9toTSundays 9to7 Weekdays --  Sundays |llnsertlon; 50c thereafter. Publio T.TV u,rvt, s..-'n'.,,''  i IJ:)N F lm- r,,.. • .ar -m(* M.. _[Notices: Card of Thanks $1; Sate ..... v,,,,,,,,,,= Staplers, staples, typewriter rib- i -----,-,*,, v.-..., s,-M, 6 vv,,o,x,, ..,,.. m Noti i " • I ces $7.50; Notice of Non-Res. Realtor - Quincy bons, carbon papers, legal forms, # L ...... : i i ponslbllity, three Insertions for $4. - printed signs, commercisl station- , gillllllmllillllll_llRiillllllllllllllllllllllltlnUllllllttlllllllllltllillll _ _ Phone 301-W Leonhardt Bldg. cry available at the ReO0rd offloe, .Y