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,00DI00N VALLEY RECORD T00URSD00Y, NO00. 2, 1.0 POST&apos;.!iASTE00 URGES ALL no m:stakes-qa!00your. 00rm00g, Uo= end 00e'U =ko '.=, TO PROPERLY PREPARE VOTERS ATTENTION! We, !he Veterans Organizations of Quincy. wish to qo or .,-o-d a endorsing the Candidacy of Melvin H. Schon!er P'- relection to the office of Sheriff of Plumas County, no only /ram the standpoint of his military re- cot " "" w=; = dtizens, feel that he has done an excel- lo .':b s Sher! of this County for the past four years. 00 0 VOTE F0R PROVEN RESULTS. NOT PROMISES ,v .. O00 Veterans" Committee for Schooler 'Dewey F. McElroy, Post No. 304 . THE AMERICAN LEGION ' Eenneth M. Hayes, Post No. 3825 ERANS OF FOREIGN WARS OF U. S. ;': OO0 ,: (Paid Political Advertisement) ...... , ! FOR CHRISTMAS MAILING It is of utmost importance this year that postmasters obtain the cooperation of the public in the i preparatoin of Christmas mail, ad, vise Postmaster Fred Taylor and his illustrious aides. Observing the following suggestions will avoid delays, they say: Purchase an adequate supply of stamps in advance and be sure that ]1 mail is fully repald; 9 See that all mail matter is plain- ly and completely addressed, pre- ferably in ink, giving street ad- dress, apartment rumber if any, or post office box, or rural route and box number. In the larger cities the zone number should be in thetaddress whefl" possible; Send greeting cards first-class in you would obtain many advafltages which this affords, including a written mesage and return to sen- der if the addressee cannot be located, unsealed greeting cards are chargeable with. 2 cents post- age under 2 ounces, while a mini- mum of 3 cents is chargeable if the card is less than 4 inches long or 2s inches wide. Articles for mailing should be, carefully and tightly packed in strong cntainers, and tied with good quality paper and cord. They should not be sealed unless the name and address of semder are shown, together with the printed inscription reading, "Contents, i merchandise -- Postmaster: This parcel may be opened for postal inspection ir necessary." A WORD OF APPRECIATION Due to pressure of business out of the county, I missed the op- portunity of thanking the many people who supported me in the Primary Election campaign. I am taking this means at this time to thank those I have n0t  contacted personally and to ask  that you suppbrt your present sheriff in the coming election, DON SIMPSON The Rommendations on the Following Candidates and State Propositions Are Endorsed by 1,000,000 , Californians Th rough the AFL's C00ORNIA LABOR LEAGUE FOR POLITICAL B)UCATION EDMUND G. (PAT) iJR0WN FOR ATTY. GENERAL 'Edmund ,:]|rown has w o n .he praise and admiration of ppogressivnded Californians as San Frlco's district at- torney.  : He .has ursued justice with admirable Zprsistence, and at the same tie has displayed genuine balance and tolerance. He has sought always to ex- pose the c of crime; he has been an alate proponent of low- cost ttbtic hou.ing as a means of eliillinating slums and thus reducl_" a trible menace to family a"d peonal Stability. The office and the times re- quire an INDEPENDENT At- torney G enetal. JAMES ROOSEVELT FOR GOVERNOR James Roosevelt deserves the vote of all Californians who would carry on t he liberal p'olitical philosophy so nobly championed by his father. A direct and forthright can- didate, he has vigorously de- clared his position on the eco- nomic and social isues of the day. Like his father before him, he has been labeled as the advo- cate of the working lbple and so marked for poltical defeat by the reactionaries. A vote for James Roosevelt will be a vote for progress in Californlaprogress for ALL the people. HELEN GAHAGAN DOUGLA0000 FOR U. S. SENATOR Since her election o Conress in 1944, Helen Gahagan Doug- las has proved herself an able public se,'ant, beyond the reach of compromise and corruption, v.nd a militant warrior for lib- eral government. She rhas fa'ured expansion of the social security system; im- proved wage-hour regulations; low income public housing, tax- ation of those best able to pay; strict yet equitable rent con- trols; and effective FEPC: aid to Korea w h e n plitical Tories fought it. Lat, or and California NEED Helen Gahagan Douglas in the U. S. Senate. No. 1-Repeals personal property tax. Vote NO. No. 2----l:ents election of administrative o::idls by initiative. Vote YES. No. 3---Improves the organization of the Iower courts of the state. Vote YES. No. 4Preserves certain voting eligibility rights. Vote YES. No. 5---Permits legislators to hold other state offices. No Recommendatiom No.--Les gambling for lension fund rcsinq. Vote NO. THE STATE PROPOSITIONS No. 7Permifs qualified blind persons to practice as chiropractors. Vote YES. No. 8 Permits increases in the pay of elect- ed officials and validates pay scales already approved by the Legislature. Vote YES. No. 9Exempts numerous employees from state civil service regulations. Vote NO. No, 10--Req-res elections to authorize pub- lic housing prolects. Vote NO. No. 1 lAffects land titles under certain cir- cumstances. No Recommendation. CLA00itil.tli]U+i FOR P,mT "-,r-nish-e<TLroom ],+OR mALE---Oil space V, eater house. Forest Lodge, Greenville. FOR SALE--Lincoln Zephyr; first ctUass condition. $250. Can be seen at Humphrey's Shell Service Sta- tion, Greenville. lp FR RENT -- 3-room furnished house on Standart Mine Road. In- quire at Jim Yotmgman's. 35-3t FOR SALl Colored Hens, 30c lb. live weight. Fryers, 45c lb. live weight.--Gage Poultry Yard, East of Alman, or sawmill'. 35p WATDWashing, ironing and mending. Wood's Home Laundry-- now located in former Lowry Stu- dio, next to grammar school. 35p FO/ PAT 2-bedroom house completely furnished. $50 too. See Charlie Canp or phone 39-M. 33tf FOR SALE--4-room modern house on lot 41x66. Inquire at W. B. Lewis home, opposite Pine Val- ley Inn. lp FOR SALE--9-foot Gibson electric refrigerator; god condition. $75. Mrs. Frank Grace, across from the Goldenson residence. 35p FOR SALE--Davano-bed; in good condition. Can be seen at H. A. Van Fleet home. 35p FOR Slightly used 9-row adding machine with stand. Cheap. Record office, phone 39-M. tf FOR SALE-1944 army jeep; exc. cond. $700. ALSO 2-wheel utility trailer, extension tongue, $150. also registered thorobred gelding & 2- yr-old colt. Must sell. Robert Sar-I gent, Taylorsville. 35p NEON SIGNS NEON REPAIRS HIGHWAY BILLBOARDS :,Write----- JEFFRI kS-HACkMAN OUTDOOR ADVERTISING CO. Susanville, Calif. ELECTROLUX CLEANER F_-- VICE & S--Stanley Bang, factory representative. 1011 North St., Susanville. 33p bOR SALE--16-ft. intmaxd run- about witl trailer; 100 h.p. 1947 Mercury motor. $475. Alex Tldei, Eox 493, Greenville. 34p FOR RENT--4 rm. apt. urn. or unfurn.. C. J. Frederickson. Green- ille. Or call at Record office 30tf Soing restaurant us- hess, equipment, stock and fix- ures. Owl Cafe, Greenville. 32p ! PROPONENTS CHARGE "FEAR" PRO .PAGANDA ISSUED ON PROP. NO. 1 Charges that opponents of Pro- position No. 1 to repeal personal property taxes are using false "ear" propaganda in a desperate effort to frighten Californians into voting against the repeal measure were made this week by Maurice (Ace) Carrigan, chairman of the vernment affairs committee of the National City Chamber of Com- merce. Carrigan denoance ne scare taetics of the State Chamber of Commerce and other tax lobbying roups in opposing Porpomtion No 1 and declareu that the propaganda that the tax repeal would close schools was false and unfounded. The schools have first call on all ffeneral state founds, and the State Senate has just voted to "unfreeze" a $250,000,000 bo,:a rand for the aid of impoverished schools. Carrigan pointed out that the total of all taxes in the state amounts to approximately $2,091.- 000,000 and that the personal pro- perty tax revenue constitutes only 7.2 per cent of this total. Schools, he said, receive less than 10 per cent of their'reVenue from the per- sonal property tax. Reelect Mel Schooler Nov. 7 (adv) PAL'S BARBER SHOP Phone 87-M-2 Greenville PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Hours 9 to 6 - Saturdays 9 to 7 Agency for Quincy Laundry ossaosoooooooooooaos OS For All Occasions MANES FUNERAL HOME Phone Greenville 75-M-2 representing The GIFT & FLOWER 8HOP Quincy, Califorrfla soeoo@e@ee@@@@@aea@ (large size; good condition; $35. Sally Bright, Hot Springs Rd. 34p t range, $65; Philco refrigerator, 7-i foot. -- Mrs. Jimmy Smith, phone Greenville 31-M-5. 33p FOR SALE--Upright grand piano; two small wod ranges; butane side-arm water heater. Mrs. W. L. Alley, across from Cheney Mill.--? FOR SALE--5-room furn. house with bath and service porch, Com- pletely remodeled. Phone 39-M (Record office), Greenville. 8tfc FOR SAI.x--Model A Ford pickup in good cond. $100.- Van's Foun- tain, phone Greenville 22-M-4 or 32-M-3 (residence). 32tfc -- 4-H turkeys; next door to Star ,Hotel or phone Green- ville 34-M-5. 36p CONCRETE IRRIGATION PIPE SEE THE SUPERIOR PIPE CO. 2440 Park Ave., Chico, Calif. 10-t4 LAKE ALMANOR PROPERTIES CANYON DAM Highway Business Property ALMANOR, LAKESIDE Beautiful Home and Homesites CHESTER Six lots close in. Hiway fronta@e. Motel site--Motel Business Properties CLEAR CREEK Three 5-room houses--good con& 2 smaller houses bordering creek. Priced for quick sale. All or part. Aotivlty In Almanor Properties on up swing. BUY NOW - Not Laterl HELEN HOLLENBECK Realtor Leonhardt Bldg. Phone 301-W Qinoy, Cal. AGAINST SLL:G ::,, L. T. Hoffman, Regional Admin- istrator of the Bureau of Land Management at San Francisco, an- n, ounces that in recent months there bus been a noticible increase in the unlawful cutting of tim- ber from unpatented mining claims in the mineralized areas of Calif- ornia. He believes that much of this trespassing is due to the fct that holders of unpatented mlning claims, and persons who are mr- chasing timber, are acting on er- roneous advice. Holders of unpatented mining claims vn the public lands are warned that they do not have the right to cut any timber from tlese claims for sale, but under the law are premitted to use only so much of the timber as may be needed by them for use in carrying on their mining operations. The tale of timber from an unpatented mining claim is a trespass against the United States. Persons or firms purchasing timber cut in trespass from un- patented mining claims are equally liable with the trespasser and may be compelled to pav damage claims if the owner of the clinn is fin- ancially irresponsible. For information write to 0. H. Sharrer, Regional Chief, Division of Forestry, Bureau of Land *- agement, 630 Sansme Street, San Francisco, California. CARD OF THANKS We wish to take this opportunity to thank 6ur friends for numerous acts of kindness during the days our daughter Susan was so criti- cally ill from burns, also to cor- rect a micsonceptian regarding the manner in which she acquired the matches. They were brought and inadvertently ,placed on the table by Gladys Deal. Our matches are always kept well out of a child's reach. Our children are not al-- lowed to pIay with matches. CLIFF AND MARY ROWIETT Reelect Mel Schooler Nov. 7 (adv);, Why you should VOTE YES onNo. 11 This ballot proposition corrects a defect in the law, to make it possible for an owner of land registered under the Land Title (Torrens) Act to withdraw it if be wishes to do so. There is now no way to do this. The measure was passed unanimously by the State Legislature and signed by the Governor, in answer to the plea of many distressed property bwners. Propo- sition 11 will save taxpayers hundredsof thousands a year, by simplifying the work of County Recorders, whose association has endorsed it. Proposition 11 also has been endorsed by scores of civic, labor, and business organizations, and so far as we know has beea opposed by none. VOTE YES on No. 11 " i  :' CALIFOKNIANS i FOR PROPOSITION 11 YOU PAY! HAVE YOUR SM! Demand Your American Right to Vote on Public Housing VOTE YES o. 10 ENERAL ELECTION, NOV. NORTHERN CALIFORNIA COMMITTEE FOg HOME PROTECTION 690 Market Street, San Francisco FRED D. PARR, Chirmt ..... II L II I]11