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Outdoor News I10000--ili Anyone knowing of unlicensed dogs running loose should contact mat Control Officer in Quincy. If you know of dogs that are known to be running deer by all means By is art contact Warden Clyde Sheehorn in Blairsden; Chuck Etter, Green. Ts Spring The season for helping hands trees to bud, wood ducks to nest, Game warden Chuck Etter Tigers to cub, and our own Plum. brought the rntter to my atten- tion. It again concerns those pesky as County does to start swelling dogs which have so plagued the in anticipation of motherhood. I area. Once again they are chasing intend to let Nature take care deer. of the budding trees ann will let At this time of the year many of Jack Foster handle the wood our deer are in a physically weak- ducks as he has so capably done ened condition. Some have suffer- with his nesting box tree housing ed from a poox diet due to Winter ville; Norm Randolph, Quincy or Game Managers Gary Monroe or Jack Foster. Speaking of deer herds, I have just received WOrd that the Spring Count of the ,aasen Washoe Deer Herd has been completed. This is an evaluation of the herd taken each year. Many of the animals concerned are rhone who spend I The Chester Proretti'## Chlco Car Driver 1 COUNTY ! Thund*y, Mn, 2, 1,63 7 Pays $166 Fine LIBRARY t, ,o: Leon Cunningham of Chico paid ''-xmR--,v,-.-, !and family in Chester xor a coupte a $166 fine in Quincy Justice UIVINILINI) lot wyeks.,ms.ae is othrkM- ^.._, ,...a... ^, *his week for i t wooa anct will return wma m. ] BY JOSEPHINE MOORE I Reed who will be m Cheater see . having driven a car after his dri. ver's license was suspended. He I Among the books for the very  I was arrested in Quincy a month lyoung are many telling stories of ago after his car went over the ]animals, real and imaginary. The | | center line not in passing. For lanimals of Dr. Seuss, including | p    11111 LM  | having n driver's license in his[Hrten, wh hatches an egg, and I  Eli   Ira r I possession at that time he was i Thidwick, the big-hearted moose, fined $22, which he paid. lore well-known to most young ___A ___the same time" his wife, Phy- readers. Some new stories with .......... lli Elaine Cunnl "nham. char ed/animal characters are nov avail- IT H E A T R E =0 . g with being drunk in and about I able from the Plumas County Free an automobile, vas free after her ]Linrary. case was dismissed last Friday I An Elephant is Not a Cat, by when Judge Berkline denied a motion by Stanley Young Jr., dep. uty district attorney, to have her project already. I'll take care of the beaming with pride but bulg- ing at the wasteline Tiger depart- ment myself. But I'm afraid that the deer situation needs a lot of Electrical Contractor SANTONI ELECTRIC GREENVILLE Telephone 284-4491 85 Hideaway Rd.P. 0. Box 85 ease continued. School Enrollment Increase Repaed The March 31, 1963 report of active enrollment in schools of the P1umas Unified School District shows significant growth in prac- ticaliy all attendance centers. There are 3,069 students in all hardships. Those Bambi laden the summer in Plumas County. ladi are in no condition to en-i According to the report things the elementary schools were Ches- --- ] 2  ..... on chine either are looking better. , leer, 25; Greenville, 3, Meaaow ...... . " I i Valley, 22; Quincy, 33. ig in. r This matter i, a serous problo I e awn survival rate ohlcreases also oceed in the high for all ox our waruens repo I the Winter is reported as the high- schools" Ohester, 23" Greenville numerous complaints of deer be. " ce 1959 I .n ,. ...... i. ""  3" ' ..... ant it 'est am .    cur.  ann utuincy, a. ing run vy aogt. Tney aLSO W I revealea an average of 60 lawns i This growth has been anticipat- made clear tat they intend to I for every 100 does Last month the ed and will be watched carefully correct the atuation whereaver count stood at 49 er ........ ..... , v vv or a :or me nex severm months in or- it comes to ttmr atmnuom , loss )f 11 fawns per 100 does. 2he !der to budget for additional teach. It is a viaation of Lhe Fish previous year the rate was a loss lers where necessary. and Game cod td permit a dog to of 19 fawns per 100 does. run deer durirg closed season. The ! maximum fin, for thi# offense is The improved Iawn production Girl Scouts From and suryival rate is attributed o $500 or six rtonths tn jail. Our,primarily to the light snow fall, Chester to VsIt wardens tell me theY intend tOlmil d Winter temperatures, andi  -"d Ma ^ enforce this egulat)n vigorously improved browse conditions In i .n :may . y ,a group and will mate arrests whenever the case of the latter  " . senmr gar scorns o unester wau they find a volatial. !ditions are reported thr;eW:: sne I r;etchaoPr?:gt the Quincy All dog owners are urgently re- ; 1956 with leader rowth on bitter .......... owmes. quested to kp eir animals un. ......... -: ....... rne wmmrs wm each the young. uru uemg me mra mgnes on i er girls camp songs and tell about Phmas Will Get $70,344 If Bill Subscribe NO00/ To Legislature schools at the present time as compared with 2,929 at the same i period last year---a total growth of 140 students. ig gainers in the Chester Progressive record. !the established camp at Blue If you axe Iollowmg the pro. ,Lake in August Gerry g2::s oretheherd ' and wish who was a deiegate to the In- wll oe a mee- ternational Round-up last summer, mg of the Lassen-Washoe Deer i wil 1 show movies and tell of her Committee in usanville at 10 a.na. experiences l on May 8th in l..o.m 233 of the The Quincy 4th grade Brownies )rest ervlce mimng will receive their girl scout pin in a fly-up ceremony at this time !also. ; Chester Girls who will be in 'Quincy to present the program are Gerry, Alldine and Bernidine Eu. banks, Delores Lemm, Donna Mm'- i phy and Marian Beck. Under prvisions of Senate Bill 334 (CoLlier) the County of Plumas Skin Testing for would receive $70,344.00 for road construction and right-of-way, Tuberculosis Set William 1 MaeDougall, general counsel and manager of the Coun- ty Supervisors Association of Cali- fornia, said. SB 344 would raise about $75 million annually for the first five It was announced this week that testing for T.B. among the school children of Plumas County Will start this -teek beginning in Portola schools. AS A THOU(00HTFUL GIFT FOR SOMEONE Year / Only '$3.00 for a hole Ntl  Clip and MailToday I #cio.e f F Alvin Tresselt, tells the story of the Dutch miller who went in search of a cat to rid his mill from mice--and came home with an elephant! Lonesome ittle Colt, by C. W. Anderson, tells of a little colt with no mother and no friends, while Five-O'Clock Char- ley, by Marguerite Henry, tells the tale of the old farm horse faced with retirement. The story of Dash and Dart, the deer, is brought up.to-date in the new books by Mary and Conrad Buff Forest Folk. In this story Dash is nov,, a 3-year-old buck who challenges to rule of the old buck Old Horn. And the book So Small tells about the tiniest mouse in the litter, so small that he seemed all eyes and ears and whose name was Little Bit. Little Bit operated on the theory that "It's better to be brave than never misbehave,' until.., but, you had better read the Story. Use The Want Ads Elbow Starls af 7 p.m. Phone 258-$251 uh-- May 2 and $ in technicolo THE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO Saturday----Sunday May 4 and 5 PERIOD OF ADJUSTMENT Tony Franciosa--Jane Fondu Jim Hutton for Mother's Day Cut Flowers Potted Plants Ceramics- Gilts COME IN OR PHONE - 284-3231 Flower Box 309 SETZER ROAD- GREENVILLE Mitchel No. 300 Reels- $33 value Fishing Season i SPECIALS ! $18.82 i years to meet growing deficien- Parents are informed that if the   ! 1 I' ! t  /" ." cies of city streets and county child gets a positive reaction to  role ano lxeel OmDlnazlon , roads. I the test, it does not mean that the  @d' O VA|Ill The measure has passed in the i child has T.B necessarily but that II ':." ,== Senate and is awaiting Assembly he has been exposed to the I )'  f1 ] I committee action It would raise disease. In all cases of positive re-, k 4,,7 1 * . . , ]the gasoline tax by one cent and actions there wSll be a follow up  . 4 provide new revenue at the ratio of Xrays and physical examina- r [ Other Savlns in Crcl'a. Mitchel .......... Rls  Rh 4 lot $2 state money to $1 local tions which will be paid for by i ...... money. . I the association at no expense to l L,O% REDUCTION 00roponents claim that enact, the parent These are funds col., ment of the bill would cost the  lected, by the sale of Christmas lk, ON FISHING LURES Ag MAr .l averagg, motorist only $6 a year, scans. I while the alternative method of t It was also announced that lolk ] ]raising money--by adding to the col doctors in each commuuitYi[ ALMANOR MARINA  glTDl/If'17 1 !ad valorem property tax--would, will give the tests this year. ][ ........ ".." """""  "'' ="=-" t eost more. ! ------ 1; {LAINOINDAI l MacDougall said this county  Johnny Stone and grandmother  " Ann  AAAAAa.....U I would have to levy an increase Mary Seanlan, and Martha , . wvv,vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv,vv l in the ad valorem tax by nine Hackney spent Sunday at Old [cents to obtain the same amount Station visiting Norton and Brent lot revenue offered by SB 344. Parrish. PANGBURN'S CHOCOLATES GREENVILLE DRUG STORE l SUSANVILLE Business Directory Deal & Davie Service MILLAR HARDWARE OMO Trucks Ooodye Tiros OUlle & Oldsmobile Oars RAPPIG Complete "Auto. Safety-Tested motive $rvt Used Cars 1107 Main Phone 257-2115 SIERRA JEWELERS The Store on the Corner Main and Gay Streets Gorham Stwling Nationally Advertised Watches DIAMONDS Watch Repairlng - Engraving LONG'S SHOE STORE Star Brand Poll Parrot Rand Trim Tred Fins Foo/wear for Mere. Woman & Chlldran 61,  Street DuPont Paiats Eleticai HouNwares P}umbing Glftware Supplies EASTMAN'S STUDIO 914 Main SL Phone 2S7-2IS "The ONE Source for ALL Photographic Need J. R. Packwood, Opt. D. Glasses Filed and Repaired O Office Hours: 9-12 and 1-5 607 Cottage St. Phone 25q-4424 Mohawk Carpets Hoover Vacuums H Armstrong & Floor, Sandran. Coveru. Complete Home Furmshmgs & Maple Shop Frigidaire Appliances & Service 71}$ Cottage Street (Next to harlW Store A..__..J