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4 The Chester Progressive Thursday, Oct. 11, 1962 JVs Defeat Lovalton a The JV football team of the Greenville Indians scored another win for Greenville Oct. 6 when the team played Loyalton at Loy- alton. The score was 20-6. Jeff Feith scored two touch- downs and one conversion and Bill Toscani scored one conver- sion and one touchodnw in a spectacular 85-yard run. The Greenville players showed good team work and everybody played in this game; howeveI they are looking for harder com- petition this Saturday when the play Herlong at Greenville as this ! team beat Chester last Saturday. Gary and Lynn McClellar, are moving back to Greenville this week after spending the summer in Sierraville. Water arell Drillin00 Newkirk &amp; Son Licensed Contractors Free Estimates Phone Quincy 821 The chain NW line with everythlngt Peww a Iasn Spesd lelectlvlSy kleam Ig big JIJii te Ildl lmln mw toda),b. Subject to freight & Handling Charge Outcuts, Outlasts "Era All ALMANOR MARINA Sales and Service CANYONDAM AL EBTAT FOZ | bedroom home on large eed cornetr lot Built-in kitchen, Raised fireplace w/w mrpt Nice largo closets. Elee- trio heater in each bedroom Attached garage. Can be hand- led for $1000 (maybs lean) Oer carry balance on easy rms. Vacant now g bedroom and den. Close to grammar school. Out of tow owner will carry loan. 800 feet on US. Hwy 40 Alt. Begging to be developed. Oommerelal lot 100x200. 4- lmm house, 8 bedroom apt. Lewge business house in good eedition, g qtos just off Hw7 40 AlL North of town. 3 room kame, gireplaee. Terms. eLAI)YS R MANSELL Realtor Notary Public RBAL RSTATR FOB SAI A spotless 3 bedroom home tm QUaey If you are look- kag for a roomy place, this may be it. Owner will finance. 4 bedroom home and gar- den cottage. This is in a good atral location in Quincy. Better come see it. A few level lots loft, nnd gaey have water already in. lhsy budget terms to help you got started toward that "home ownership" dream. A special for newly-weds or a retired couple. Neat and modern 1 bedroom home on level 1/8 aers lot, with many s. Ntce quiet neighbor- bNd. P, T. (TOM) MARSH :Real Bstata -- Insurance 20 Crescent Street Phone Quincy 575 IOR SALE.U-Schwinn bicycle, 2-wheel bral, 2-s p d rear wheel, headlight, new rear fender, new tires. Ph. QJney 851. 04tfe -OR--SALE: "Nerweser" au- tomatic wood heater, good condition. P h o n e 1096, Quincy. FLYING A Service Station for lease. Excellent downtown location. Purchase inven- tory only. For details eal| Q,incy 13 nl4c R SAI: Furniture. 429 held commencig at 10:00 A.M. October 19, 1962 at the U. S. Forest Service, Plumas National t0rest, Quincy, California for the sale of the following equipment:  29 pickup truclvs ; 1 stake- side truck; 1 carryall %rnck; 2 station waons; 1 panel truck; and 4 slip on pumper- tankers. Copies of the an- nouncement may be secured from the above mentioned address or the U S. lorest LService, @30 8ansome St., San FranciSco 11, Colif. e F-OR -" SAL E--- achshund pup: es AKC-7 weeks old. 245 rider Bt., Greenville, ph. 284-2L8L -- ollp F()R--SALE: Mi DaCh- shund puppy, excellent dog for children. auffer couch. Defendant Guilty on PTA Plans Grand Theft Charqe Membership O'Bryant and Mrs Brown was in I :amnai00n no way similar to that of a mar-! ried couple. October is Greenville's annual Taking note that reports indi- ,, ............. cated other cases of resistancelrX mumuersalp arlve month to widespread distribution of All parents, guardians and friends (Continued From Page 1) Mrs. Brown in Snake Lake--- he said this and other factors indi- cated the relationship between lief checks she otherwise would not have gotten, and hat under the law this was a crime. Judge Janes in handing down his decision yesterday said in part: "The defendant's argument on the case is both logical and per- suasive  on a philosophical I basis---but the court is required to accept the law as it is, and the facts as they are presented. "I have no reasonable doubt that the defendant is guilty as charged. "It appears to me that she chose to receive support for the children  more han adequate supportfrom two sources It is not a question of the children's needs nor the fulfillment of those needs There is certainly no in- dication that their needs have been neglected, nor of any dan- ger that they will be in the future --by their mother, by Mr O'Bry- ant or by the county. "Counsel raises the question ability for support, but this, in my opinion, has no bearing upon the question whether defendant was guilty of theft by false pretense. "It appears to me to be a sim- ple and clear case of obtaining money by willful, false represen- tations. While living with a man who brought home thousands of dollars over a relatively short eriod of time, and who received other substantial sums in unem- ployment payments, the defend- ant, concealing this, fraudulent- ly collected in excess of $2,000 under the aid to needy children! program and it is extremely un- likely that any of such sums i - PLUMAS T  I Proposition I-A are carr/ed in cur- axpayers 00roup rent issues of Tax Digest and Cal- Backs Pronosffbn Tax News, two publications spun- The board-- r --of directors of the I sred, by .the. California Taxlay- California Taxpayers' Association I ers ,,ssoclauon. has endorsed Proposition l-A, "Consideration of alternate met- which will appear on the Novem- hods of financing this major con- struction program indicated that pay-as-you-go financing is an a- mount sufficient to meet the need public relief money, Thieler corn-twho are interested in our schools melted, "I sullpose Plumas Coun- and our children are urged to ty is saving tons of money sign up and become members. Thieler called the public re- The Greenville high school mem- lief setup "a yery complicated bership committee will be Mrs. proposition," he said, "I've final- Robert Larson for Crescent Mills, ly reached the conclusion the Mr. Thayer for Canyondam, Mrs. S i I  ity idea of welfare is to keep peo- Bea Doran, Mrs. Louis Geil and OC a cur ple from getting it . . . You either Mrs. Avalon McClain for Green- R ti believe there is some merit in ville. Taylorsville committee mem- epresenta ve the welfare system, or you don't bers will be announced at a later Will B I Q i . I believe welfare is not ex- date. , e n u ncy The high school's annual s a- ,, , elusively for the competents ........ P I The old saymg, Don t put off who don't need it." , gne saner will be held Oct. 221,ti 1 tomorrow what you can do i Stanley Young commented, "If a .ne mgn school cafeteria withltoday,,, certainly applies to social we follow Mr. Thielers argu- serving scnea.uled to begin atlsecurity, according to Chet V. ment to its logical conclusion, 6:30" This wll also be a come lRandolph ' social security district only ne'er-do-wells will be eligi-[and meet the teachers night, and manager. ble to receive public relief funds."lne mgn scnool dance band un- "Each month that goes by finds He insisted the purpose of the aer the drection of Mr. Rubke someone losing benefits under the will furnish the entertainment court proceedmgs was not to phl-f social security Law. There are Tickets will be on sale by the several reasons for losophize about the law, but to/7t h raders follow it. He said Mrs. Brown( g around town and al- so at the door for children un had represented that there was i -- " - .......... i der 12, 50 cents and all others no male llvlng In nor nousenoiar 1 when in fact there was one, th'at .$/ E. W, the PTA pres- a re a men, s looking forward to a as sult she h d received re- big turn out for the dinner and a large membership in the PTA this year. ber ballot, it is announced by Carter H. Breusing, president of this statewide, non-political group. Proposition 1- is a $270,000,- 000 bond issue, 80 per cent of which will be allotted to new fa- cilities on the nine campuses of the University of California, the 16 State Colleges and junior col- leges. Reasons for the endorsement of Greenville Jayvees Defeat Weed Team The JV football team of the Greenville Indians won Satur- day, Sept. 29, when Greenville played Weed at Greenville. The score was 716. Greenville's touchdown was scored when Gary Stokes inter-: cepted a Weed pass and ran 50 yards for the score. Bill Toscani scored the extra point The Weed team threatened in the final minutes, but Greenville recover- ed a Weed fumble on the Green- ville 5. Coach Dave Isbell said the en- tire team played a good game with special mention to Gary Stokes and Frank Pastors who, he said, played outstanding foot- ball. PORTOLA LEGIONNAIRES TO HOST DISTRICT 3 MEET The Legion and Auxiliary, Dis- trict 3 will be hosted by the Ed- ward Reynolds Post and Auxiliary at Portola Oct. 28. Auxiliary Dis- trict President Jean Brown will make her official visit, bringing with her several other chairmen. An interesting meeting has been scheduled. All Legionnaires and Auxiliary members are invited to attend. A smorgasbord will follow the meeting. could ever be recovered from her." COUNTY'S Main, Greenville, 011p R ,SALE: 1960 51 ft. x 1-0: ft. Kit Interstate trailer. Take ever payments. Phone GA RANG . with eo-tor -z Portols. . . ,tfc good shape, $50. Rotar %,,,, f d wide---8 bedroom. Will take I 511W. . t] 4800 for equity or reason- I nble trade offer. Write: [ R .S E : 85x8 Detroiter x 7 Keddie trauer $500 down take Penland o/ Be , | , or call Paxtou No. 1. tfe I over payment. Phone t/uin- cy 862 tfc j aE OR TRADE{ . ,, _ BQurI in Psrd Ineeme l OLD COINS for ,sale. See Ida, ..  ... 8 b1ooksl evenings, Moon s Oafe Quin suoppm msuet. 8 b ed-j ey. ' 025 Iom, uath hose, uarar-i   iished. 1-bedroom hOuse, I *)t SALE  Indian motor. arniahed. Wld p.O. oxl cycle. Phone Quincy 704. 501, Quincy, Ph 50. tfe| tf ...... FOR SALE VttOIESALE CRISPMASW.P. Railraad section housesjNationatas h legister for TREE'S. White Fir, $.75 For Sale a,t Twai.n. Makel sale Comnletoly guaranteed per tree and up; Silver Tip, offer. O. V. Schelldorf, 143] /'I+11" .. M,' Of (}25 $1.00 per tree and up; over 46th St. Scrameto. O25e|:::;r=: = .... .-.'':':-=--'--++-".=-':" 75 000 trees No -rder too 7-,-..--.... -... . - .._ ore JUllalng  nor ' , - ..  . r'A tuxt wan repon-i tlivinw -u-t.ers 2 busi- large or too small. nact sible party to assume smalll " ,  "".-"'. - .,^ BOX hess t,ts IU9*L uome81 Charles Beckett, P.O. mo vyts Also EE OR-{  D^'I m.  m,oa 477.28S4sanvdLe.. 0ahf. 1 c &. inWite 0redit ++.,I +;; ;+;;:;; inQinc, ;re . - + ' ' " -- - ' rl'atl2a rmno-urgan mre I Phone TE 2-4395 Write FOR S'AL*E: Sparks Oil Heat- Inc., lem, Ore. 025[ Box 1052, Povtola." er, .good conditi:on.. Frank PeR SALE: Used small cirJTwoSmll--House Vllh&.: 108 ILllide Dr., culatlng wood & coal heater. I age at Quincy lunetion o treenvue Pn z4- Good condition B Perez" - -- " ^'. , . . ,I oe removed. ake offer. O. ......... uzc 6?3 N Mare, Greenville.  V. Sheildorf, 143 46bh St., CHRI[rMA S 17]S. High[ hone 84-3866. 04pl aeramento. 05c altitude white fir red fir]H-OUSE--FGR--ALE'I-'-'-- |-A---'-=-.-:---- S , Jack- r'r .m: eu-z. .rv ower You ^cho,e, cut,. before] son St. At FHA approved I including heavy duty Rotor: uct. o._t-none /umcy 77.[ valuation, $14,500. Phone[ antenna and all accessories. OX 1U'I'I UlnCy '-- "---- I Quincy 638W.. fc[ $150. Fred D. Meesinger, FOR SALE: 1 white enamel:-R SAF_r--)' yard 'JaPer] Sr., 3 1 6 E. Taylor Ave., gs range. 1 sntall white I Cement Mixer self-loadingl Portola. 018c nanel gas .rang. Electric 2 cyl. Hercules motor. 1951'iFO--R----'-. O-C.-'--'-011eer Well pump lavenpor atl 1 umcy^ " 13F'- aer'" 6" p m Packard, stra'ght 8, good, Track Laye With End ' '. ,; heater, radio. Runs. $100. Loader - Peary, Rt. 1, Box ......... -<'_ Call Quincy 575 days or 2 295, Westwood, Calif. Ph. A public auction for the sale evenings, tfc eL 6-3476. Ollc of used Forest 4erviee Auto- MONTGOMERY WARD FOR SALE: '62 Comet station motive Equipment will be Orovtlle wan. Radio, white s i d e Bvery Wednesday wa,s, luggage rack. Priced Rear tractor tires M low at below Blue Book. P hen e 49.95. 8-25x20 nylon 10 ply 768 after 6 p.m. tfc truck tires as low as $55. Prices plus federal excise tax TRADE '51 Villys 4WD pick- --no trade required Leave or- up for regular pickup. See Jer in Quincy, phons 502; or Paul Larios, Phone Quincl end post card to Ed William- 62. tfc on % Montgomery Wrd, Or- FOR SALE: Camper has bread oville, phone LEnox 3-1210 for racks, could be used for ny of yOur needs, ml5tfl bred route or camping. NEW end USED Sewing ms- Connie Ellis, 217 Fir St., chines and vacuum cleaners, Westwood.  free home trial. For appoint. FOR SALE -- 82A Christmas mont write Singer Sewing tree farm & retirement Center, 643 Main St., Red ranch-garden spot-3 bedroom Bluff. Phone LA 7-4477. tfc unfinished home-one mile PeR SALE--4 bedroom house, . from town-terms-Contact Ga- Stucco interior. Tile floor. ]en D. Moore Real Estate, Concrete foundation. Garage. Box 245, Greenville. Ph. Deep well. Fenced. Will 284-4771 8-9 tic Phone Quiny 75W or write P. H. A. or Cal,Vet. $10,950. FO R SALE---21.89 acres in Terms. Charles Farrie, 870 East Quincy by fairgrounds. P. 0..Box 3/4, Quincy. tfe I 3rd St. East Quincy. Phone Roslo Epperson, owner. 801 THEPE' NO OHAPA}E for Quincy 784. tfe Cedar St., Box 514, West- ue of Carpet Shmlmoer FREE :STIMAT]S--F I 00 z wood. tfc with covering, Linoleum, Oarpet NLY $195 down, nice large purchase of Blue Lus- tre Oarpet (ampoo. Quincy floor and wII tile (alumin. Hardaa-o . building site with pine trees, c um and pleetic) Formica. ,All Fronts on paved Hot Springs FOR SALE : Baby Crib, goo installations g u a r a n teed Read, Greenville, borders condition. $25. Joan Pearce Phone AL 8-8904, Junction Phone 284-2521., Greenville Highway 86 and 89. tfc Wolf Creek, sewers end wa- Oll ter available, $1,995.00, Me- "'''-  Daniel Realty, 5002 Seers- FOR SAE: 1958 Flymoutt monte Blvd. Saeramen 20, 6 cyl., 2 door sedan. Grace  . Calif. tfe Greenville, phone 284-4091 FOR SALE -- Stone ]ouse 04, building, BI" and On-ssle license. Propsrt 128 ft of I  highway frontage, 196 ft.I deep. Leon Wsrywoda, Box 971, Quincy. 8/2tfe FOR SALly-Grave monuments { and mrkers. Ph. Quincy 290. i Mrs. Lee Keisey, Quincy. tfe[ FOR SALE: Story & Cla"k spinet PIANO & bench. WILl- nut, good condition. $550. P. [ O. Box 86, Quincy, Phone[ eli. , o181 + REZSE'S FUE I New  Us! umiu, 1 Appl|ances--Autiqul -- I Hw 40A--Eeet iney | Phe 7 I could well precipitate a large and immediate state tax increase," Cal-Tax News sates. Proposition 1-A is one of two ballot issues on which the Cali- fornia Taxpayers Association rec- ommends a "Yes" vote. The pros and cons of other measures are explained, but without a recom- mendation. "FINGERS" .w >-J Burge NOW PLAYING FRIDAY & SATURDAY NIGHTS at CEDAR TAVERN Highway 40-A at Sloat Intersection COCKTAILS SERVED BY "RED" Delicious Meals - Dancing - Fun Galore OPEN DAILY EXCEPT MONDAY SUSANVILLE dolph said. As an illustration, Randolph cited the case of a local man who applied for benefits two years ago, but was denied because he hadn't worked long enough in employ- ment covered by social security I Since that time, the requirements !have been changed twice, and incur only half as much time is required. This man is now insur- ed under these latest changes in RECAPPING the law, but he has not applied, nor is the local office able to con- Complete Auto- Safety-Tested tact him. motive Service Used Cars A representative of the Chico 1107 Main Phone 257-2115 office will be in Quincy on Wed- nesday, Oct. 17. He wil be at the California State Employment O- lice between 8 a. m. and 1200. WESTERN WOOL JACKETS $24.95 SADDLES Riding Equipment SADDLE REPAIRS PANT - SHIRTS COWBOY BOOTS EARL'S Western Wear-Saddlery 645 So. Wells Ave. Reno, Nevada Business Directory DEAL & DAVIE SERVICE MILLAR HARDWARE Cadillac & Oldsmobile Cars GM Trucks Goodyear Tires SIERRA JEWELERS The Store on the Corner Main and Gay Streets Gotham Sterling afionally Advertised Watches DIAMONDS Watch Repairing - Engraving WOOD-HEAT agency for Ritewcv/ Autonmt Wood & Coal Burning Heatmt COX'S FEED STORE Star Route 3, Box 5-A Phone 257-21 LONG'S SHOE STORE Fine Footwear for Men, Woman & Children 614 Main Strmt Trim. Tred {Rand MARKET D*,Pont Pala Electrical Hougewares Plumbing Giltware Suppli LEWIS STYLE CENTER Women's nd Children's Clothing 610 Main Street 257.3727 EASTMAN'S STUDIO 914 Main S Phone 257.15 "The One Source for All Photographic Needs" J. R. PACKWOOD, Opt. D. Glasses Fitted and Repaired Poll Parrot Office Hours: g-12 and 1-5 Star Brand 607 Cottage St. Phone 257-4424 Mohawk Carpets Hoover Vacuums Armstrong & Sandran Floor Coverings Complete Home Furnishings & Maple Shop Frlgida;re AppI;ances & Service 705 Cottage Street (Next to Purity Store PLACE FOR SALE FOR SALE: 1962 Honda, Mud. 150. Low mileage. $400. Ph. Quincy 857. tfe USED Spark oil stove and : barrels, $25. See at Oarl'l l Drive In, Quiucy. 9-20f, ;FOR SALE: Couch & Chairs. call 284-3591, Greenville. $27, FOR SALE: Frigidaire wash- er and no-vent dryer set. In good condition. Ph. 284-4431 Greenville. S20tfc FOR S&LE----Used refrigerao cheap. Ph. Quincy 492. tfc 37*foot Modern Trailer House For Sale Phone Greenville 284-4041 or 284-4861. 011c OR RENT." 2 bedroo' hous" with small extra bnildin8 for guest room or workshop. In East Quincy. Phone Quincy 300, 8:80 a.m. to 5 pm. tfe PeR PENT: 2 bedroom unfur- nished house at Greenhorn Ranch, Spring Garden. Ph. Quincy 4J1 evenings, tf...c FOR RENT FR l%EN'ILFurnished house wood heathers. Holt 183 Hotsprings Rd. Ph. 284-[ 2661. o11c FOR RENT--Furnished large 1 and 2 bedroom cabins, $30.-$35. me. Kids, cats and dogs, $1.00 me. each, extra. F r e e washing facilities. Quiet, off-hiway, close to school. Miller's Cabins, Mill Creek Road. Phone Quincy 576 M. tfe FOR RENT--Floor Ssnder by day or hour, Quincy Furni- ture 0o., Phone 526. tfe gHERIEY'S REST HOME -- 6282 Pesey Lane, Paradise. TRinity 7-4629. Ambulatory only. Among oak & pine. TV. Large patio. Frivate & aemi- riVste rooms. Licensed. Good od. tfc FOR RENT -- Modern 8-room furnished cottage, suitable for adults. Phone Quiney 176 ,sfternnoua. f]tfe FOR REN'IL--Cotge, furnish- ed. Inquire Indian Vails Quincy 2Jll. Motel, Greenville tf ROOM & BOARD. Rooms $1-0 -----" per week, board very res- PRSONKL enable. PAXTON LODGE, Phone Paxton one, tic FOpFaced with a drinking prob. 2"' b d s " .... lee  Alcoholics Anonymou  e  om , year Loose, may" help. Meetings in Ches- ter monthly plus O1 wager  Wdndv Avins at and sewage. 305 Elm Street, 8" "mf-Cal'l"'OL-6-.23 or Westwood. Key 308 Elm. 25'825 o25p FOR RENT--l-bedroom and 2- WArD I bedroom houses, nicely fur-._ i nished. See Dakln at Keddie. rAT-E..- -Ironing, wshlng, tfr : ' ' ........... -- bbysitting, in my home ruUS rer ren. z Oearooms. Call 258-5781, Chester. On Highway 40A east of[ 011c Quincy. Phone Quincy 457M.[ S27tfcl'Sten"o-t"yp'ist--8 yeara ex- FOR RENT: 2 :bedroom up-I perience---profer part ttme--- stairs apartment. Downtown| will accept full time Imsition. Quincy. $75 per me. 790 at-| In or around Chester--auto. ter 5 p.m. tfc| mobile available--258-4491. ROOM For Rant, East Quincy.] tfe Very nice, privata entrance. Wish to purehas Oopper or Private bath. Phone Quiny Gold mining property or 148J. tfc claims. Send details to the SPECIAL PRIO OFFER to We. Miller ompny, 75 single persons or couples Main t.. Quincy. ap26t4c only, one leeeo in the hie, WANTED -- Ironing in my eat rental until in Quincy home. Virginia Grimes, Ph. during next 5-month period. Quincy 843. tfc MORROW COURT, 1 block off Hwy, 40A on Mill 0ASTI for pine cones. High- Creek Read Please eentae! set prices for cones to our Mrs. Rneell Huntington, specifications. Before pick- Rt. 1, Quincy, Phone 456. ing, contact Pat Herrtck- tfc cone buyer for Firseed Inc. OOMMEROkL P]gOIRT- Ph. 258-4381. tfc FOR RFPJ OR ASB D. Gravert, 18, wants perman- ent hoard and room on farm, OFFI3ES : Will pay $50. month. 165 sad West Deodars, Vacsville. tfe 8TOIAGE SPACE Wand.S---Gold eelns, Anttque :Miaert EXC'Ige Building Jot any kind. See Bill Jaek .... 78 M I' I at Gold Pan. Phone Quine: uine 8g 1 480. tf WANTED TWO PEOPLE or route work. One part time opening. Man or woman, permanent. Oan make $350 to $5.00 per .hour or more. Write Mr. Stetson, P.O. Box 4014, Oakland .23, Calif. o18 eedan uffice receptiost:- A Practical nurse or  baby sitter. Call 715, Quincy after 10 A.M. 10-11, 13 HELD WANTED: Female. Lu- zier Cosmetics subsidiary of Bristol-Myers, due to ex- pansion has opening for more consultants. Rapid ad- vancement to qualified wo- men to management posi- tion. Full or part time, com- plete training. No delivery. Phone 329-8783 or write Miss Willis, 255 Bartlett St. Reno, Nev. tfc WANTEIN---Cheat of drawers. Mrs. Weant. Ph. 2,84-2506 Greenville. c WANTED (Ylean cotton rags. No buttons, lace, overalls, socks or small scraps. 10c lb. Feather River Bulletin, Indian Valley Record or Chester Progressive. UF you are Interested in mak- ing $125.00 plusper week, write to Mr. A. W. Landry, 128 Canyon Highway Drive, Oroville. tfe REWARD SE RVICE.... asWm wor! - Reasonab rates. W. E, Jones, 1085J. O4 TYPEWRITERS ADDING MAOHlI ES Rentals -- les -- Repairs BOB OARMIOHAFS TYPEWRITER ERVICE Ph+ Quincy 79  LASSEN HOME SULY-Yog sewing meehine deaer, Ssle and Service. 911 in St. Susanvtlle. Phone aanvlT* 2054. 'i-. tfe CARPENTER, Paintfmg, emn- ent finishing, Patios, FIoof Finishing & Roofing. one by time and material p]t0e Ohaster 258-5871. mygttf FREE Bus transportation to the Na- zarene Sunday Seheel ca Sunday morning from any part of Quincy, child and adult. Phone 264 or 1i81. 8-23 tfs SERVCFr---Hnrse groommb 1 appointment Oirole D. 1. ,Quincy 272. age Patterson Semitation Servt( - Greenville area. esidnce pickup once weekly, business pickup twice wekly, teas rates. Patterson' Sanitio Service, Box 141, Gr' ville j!!tf FOR BULLDOZER WORK -- see Bud Rice, Meadow Val-: Icy. D-8 Bulldozer. Phane Quincy 28J1. tfc C. D. Mitehem. Licensed Con- tractor and Builder Pkons Quincy 744 tfe JEAN'S RADIO and T.V. Ser vice. Western Auto Store, qiney, phone 620. A sales & repair serried, to BULJDOZER Work. ExDI ienced  Wperator. Two D cats, one A.C.K.O. doser foe rent or sale. Robert Lyo, P).Box 1107 or phone Quincy 577J. , f22tf__e S&WS  all kinds epeytLy sharp,ned. Hand tools, Pla" er Blades. Picks. All Wltfl guaruntood. Gold Pan r- vice, Phone Quincy 430. tf FOR RENT. Modern 1-bedroom apt. Water & arbage ser- vice furnished. $4 month. Across from Pioneer chool, phone Quincy 1156W, after 3 p.m. tf( FOP, RENT: Small furnished apartment, suitable for one In downtown Quincy. Phone I tfc Wet Wash or Wash and Dr On the night of Sept. 17, have Pick+up and delivery. Or, do reason to believe a 500 lb. it-yourself on modern, eeln" Hereford Heifer was stolen, oneratea machines Pioe" I will pay a reward of $100 [ llaza - Laundrott Fhons for information leading to I Quincy 984 ' :, t/e arrest or conviction or her- HEA " HA Li-NG--," son or persons. H. S. an-l. -. VY ..U 3,_, n ow oeae O! all types om, on, Greenville. 04p I " " "- o" and loggmg. 'nono Q in 7, REWARD for tan male Ch- 302 or 278 R N OO huahua, lost Sept. 2 near lr;. " " "  try Bucks Lake Buena Park li- -- ..... " , + cerise, Orange Co. rabies tag. ]MOVING! For long or.'short H. A. Palmer, P. O. Boxt hauls -- Call REE, SE S 294, Palermo. Phone LE 8- FURNTTURE. Phon 57. 4925 04. |  years experience. - enur J Oarrier.  ti LOST AND FOUND [FREE APPRAISAL---We b ! used furniture and alplianeee. LOST: BEAGLES. Vicinity of  Frnitura 00, LaW" Spanish Peak lookout, Sun- reeo St. Phone 526. t fl day. Male pup and mother. r a, TYTq  Reword for return. Phone .................. Quincy 1097. Repai 'on all aplino Wash mschies. Law,, mowers eharpene. 0omple, SERVICE key sorvtce. Ph. ,/Quincy 88 ; HwT 40A 7/101ui]e osat o Boyd's Market/ oompoaition for any pur- QUINCY LAIDROMAT pose. Send brief outline. Open 8 &. m to 10 p. m. DellY John Ellis, P. O. Box 80, Washing 258 per load. Dry" Crescent MAlls. 025p ins 10e. 54 Iawreno St.