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i! Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2001 Doing Business As: RCTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT No. 2000-305 (Expires 12-13-2005) The following person(s) is/am doing business as: Art's Bread House, 300 Main Street #B, Chester, CA 96020. Ertugrul Sevtap, P.O. Box 333, Chester, CA 96020. Chnsti Sevtap, P.O. Box 333, Chester, CA 96020. This business is conducted by a husband and wife. The Registrant commenced to transact business under the above name(s) on: February 1, 2001. S Jd: Ertugra Sevtap. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Rumas County on date indicated below:. Rled: Dec. 13, 2000. Judith Wells, County Clerk By: Melinda Rother, Deputy Published FRB, IVR, CP, PR Feb. 7, 14, 21,28, 2001 Doing Business As: FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT No. 2001-24 (Expires 1.~-20os) The following person(s) is/are doing business as: Cascade Wines, 2930 Terrace Drive, Canyon Dam, CA 95923. Kenneth A. Wilson Jr., 2930 Terrace Drive, Canyon Dam, CA 95923. This bu~neas is conducted by an individual. The Registrant commenced to transact Ix=inees under the above name(s) on: N/A. Signed: Kenneth/L Wilson Jr. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Rumas County on date indicated below:. Rled: Jan. 29, 2001. Judith Wells, County Clerk ~ H,~b~, Punished FRB, IVR, CP, PR Feb. 7, 14, 21, 28, 2001 Doing Business As: FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT . No. 2001-23 (F.~p~ 1-29-200S) The fCk~ person(s) is/am doing business as: Feathers, BOG 110 Hiway 89, Graesgie, CA96103. Sharon Clements, P.O, Box 1159, Graesgle, CA96103. This Ix=sine= is conducted by en individual. The Registrant commenced to transact business under the aixm nmqs) or~ N/A. Signed: Sharon ~ This mtoment was filed with ~e County Cterk of Romas County on date i~ i~io~. Rled: Jan. 29, 2001. Judith Wens, County C~k ek n Halbert, Deputy Published FRB, IVR, CP, PR Feb. 7, 14, 21,28, 2001 Notice of public hearing Tehema Cou of Educe on 1135 IJncoln Stmat Red BMf, CA ~080 February 28, 2001 7:00 p.m. The Tehama County Department of Education, as the LEA for the Region 2 Mathematics Professional Grant is ~ng ~ a General Waiver Request from the California State Board of Education for the purpose of the use of AB1331 Gra~ funds for p~,d~m and rekme time for teachor tra~ in n~t~s instmction. Published in LCT Feb. 27, 2001 in FRB, IVR, CP, IVR Feb. 28, 2001 Doing Business As: FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT No. 2001-31 (Expires 2-6-2006) The ~lowing person(s) is/am doing I:~ as: The Turned Twig, #2 Calais Road, Gresnville, CA 95947. Loratta L Boersig, P.O. Box 363, Greenville, CA 95947. Laura J. Boersig, 3332 Bay Road, Redwood City, CA 94063. Dolores Lavrador, 1150 County Lane, Pleasen~e, CA 94588. This business is conducted by a general partnership. The Registrant commenced to transact business under the above name(s) on: February 2001. Signed: Loretta L Boamig. This stammant was filed w~h the Coonty Clerk of Rumas County on date indicated Rled: Feb. 6, 2001. Jud~ Wails, County Clerk By:. Eileen Halbert Deputy Published FRB, IVR, CP, PR Feb. 21, 28, March 7, 14, 2031 Doing Buainess As: FIGTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT No. 2001-39 (~ 2-20-200S) The fo~o~ng person(s) is/m doing busm~ as: Outside Medical Billing Sauces, 1902 Marie Dr., Crescent Mills, CA 95934. Eleanor C. Nelson, P.O. Box 67, Crescent Mills, CA 95934. This businees is conducted by an individuai. The Registrant commenced to transact business under the above name(s) on: Fai~ 20, 200t. Signed: Eleanor C. Nelson, This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Plumas ~ on date indicated below: Filed: Feb. 20, 2001. Judah Wails, ~ Ruth., PubWned FRB, IVR, CP, PR Feb. 28, March 7, 14, 21, 2001 Doing Business As: FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT NO. 2001-42 (Expires 2-22-2006} The following person(s) is/am doing business as: Hayes & Associates, 125 Baskeen Lane, Quincy, CA 95971. Jeffrey C. Hayes, P.O. Box 1720, Quincy, CA 95971. This business ls conducted by an individual. The Registrant commenced to transact business under the above name(s) on: Februan/22, 200t. JerSey C. Hay=. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Plumas County on date indicated below: Rk~ Feb. 22, 2001. Doing Business As: FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT No. 2001-26 (Expires 2-1-2006) "---,,, 'The fo, owi~ person(s) ~am ~ng b~ as: West Coast Originals, 249 Pe~ Dr.~ Lake Almanor, CA 96t37. Floyd Young, 249 Peninsula Dr., Lake Almanor, CA 96137. Paula Young, 249 Peninsula Dr., Lake Almanor, CA 96137. This Ix~inass is conducted by a husband and wife. The Registrant commenced to transact business under the above name(s) on: Feba,~y t, 2001. Signed: Floyd Young, Paula Young. Th~ s~ement was ~ed w~h the Cou~ Clerk of Plums County on date indicated Filed: Feb. 1, 2001. Judith Wails, Co~y Clerk E~ ~b~t Deputy Published FRB, IVR, CP, PR Feb. 14, 21, 29, March 7, 2001 Doing Business As: RCTTnouS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT NO. 2001-29 (F_x~ 2-s-rags) The following person(s) is/are doing business as: SandE Studio, 766 Quincy Jct. Rd., Quincy, CA 95971. Sheita Collene Skemp, P.O. Box 7tl, Quincy, CA 95971. This business is conducted by an indMduai. The Registrant commenced to transact business under the above name(s) on: March 1, 2001. Signed: Shaile C. S~e~p. "rl~ stmment ms filed ~h tne C~mty Clerk of Plumes County on date indicated below. FCe~ Feb, 5, 2001. Jud~ Wells, County Clerk ar e~en H~ert O~'y Pul~ FRB, IVR, CP, PR Feb. 14, 21, 28, Match 7, 2001 Doing Business As: FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT No. 2(X)1-22 (Ex~ t-2~200S) The ~lew~ person(s) is/am doing business as: Bailey Creek Properties, 231 Highwood Circle, Lake Almanor, CA 96137. Wendi Kristine Durkin, P.O. Box 1181, Chester, CA 96020, This business is conducted by an individual. Signed: Wendi K. Durkin. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Plumes Coun~ on date indicated below: F~d: Jan, 29, 2001. Judith WelL, County Clerk By: De ,y Pub~shed FRB, IVR, CP, PR Jim 611u Retiring as Caltrans maintenance leadworker Staff Writer Two supervisors and a maintenance leadworker in Caltrans District 2 are saying their farewells and making re- tirement plans. Between the three men, they have spent a combined 104 years with Caltrans, working on the state's highways. It was 1962 when Jim Giles began his career as a seasonal worker with Caltrans. While the winter months found him busy removing snow from highways, the summertime found him working as a log- ger. Eventually, Giles was hired permanently at Crescent Mills. When he reported to work on his first day, however, he was told the yard had been closed and his new position had moved on to the Mineral Main- tenance Yard. Giles made the move, and it added to his experience in snow removal and opening the Lassen Park Highway. Eventually, Giles would work at Camp 41 on the Kla- math River before transfer- ring to Pulga in 1968. And that's where Giles spent his career and raised his fami- ly, working as the mainte- nance leadworker. Giles' family includes his wife, Earline; a daughter, Bil- lie Jo; and son, Jesse. In many ways, as Giles has been with Caltrans since the early 1960s Cou Oer By:. Meli~ Rother, Depu~ Feb. 14, 21, 28, March 7, 2031 Sei ed Feb. 28, Match 7, 14, 21, 2001 Doing Business As: Doing Business As: R CT mEO ST T :S NEE.SS 0 rs wa r n FICTITIOUS BUS NESS No. 2001-33 NAME STATEMENT (Expires 2-7-2006) No. 2001-43 The following person(s) is/are doingbusiness (Expires 2-22-2006) as: My Sister's Closet, 577 Lawrence St., The ~low~ng porson(s) is/am do~ng business Quincy, CA 9597t. as: Hayes Consulting Group, 125 Baskeen Gayle Jon Franzan, 39145 Hwy. 70, Quincy, , Lane, Quincy, CA 95971. CA 95971. . JetftW (.3, Hayes, P.O. Box 1720,. Quincy, CA This Imsiness is conducted by an individuai. 95971. Signed: Gayle Franzan. This business is conducted by an individual. This statement was filed with the County Clerk The Registrant commenced to transact of Plumes Countyon date indicated below. business under the above name(s) on: Filed: Feb. 7, 2001. Februen/22, 2001. Judith Wails, County Clerk ,S~ned: Jeffrey C. Hay=. ~ Me~nda Rothar, Deputy This statemont was filed with the County Clerk Published FRB, IVR, CP, PR Doing Buslnees As: of on date ind= Feb. 14, 21, 28, March 7, 2001 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS Rled: Feb. 22, 2001. NAME STATEMENT Judith W ,s, County Doing Business As: No. 2001-34 By:. MaZda ~, Depoty (Expires 2-9-2006) ~ FRB, IVR, CP, PR FICTITIOUS BUSINESS The following person(s) is/ere doing business Feb. 23, March 7, 14, 21, 2001 NAMENO.STATEMENT2001.25 as: Fitness Village, Plumes Sports Village, (Expires 2-1-2006) Feather River Gymnastics, 185 Ridge St., Doing Business As: pe (s) Portola, CA 96122. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS as: Citizens Long Distance Company, 7901 Susan Jacob=m, 164 E Spruce Ave., Portola, NAME STATEMENT Freeport Blvd., Sacramento, CA 95832. CA 96122. NO. 2001-28 Citizens Telecommunications Company, Ronaid Jacobson, Jr., 164 E. Spruce Ave., (Expires 2-5-2006) Incorporated in Delaware, 5600 Headquarters Podula, CA 96122. The ~lowing person(s) is/ere doing business Ddve, Rang, TX 75024. This business is conducted by a husband and as: 150 Pacific St., 150 Pacific St., Portola, This business is conducted by a corporation. wife. CA96127. The Registrant commenced to transact The Registrant commenced to transact David B. Smith, P.O. 38, Graeagle, CA 96103. business under the above name(s) on: Not business under the above name(s) on: T~s busi~is co~octed by an ~Niduai. aRNk~b~. February 12, 2001, (Feather River Gym Jan. Signed: David B. Smith. Signed: Citizens Telecommunications 1, 1999). This statement was filed wlth the County Clerk Company, L Russell Mitten, Vics Presidant Signed: Susan Jacot~on. of Plumas County on date indicated baiow: This statement was filed with the County Clerk This statoment was filed with the County Clerk Fded: Feb. 5, 2001. of Lessen County on date indicated belove. of Plumas County on date indicated baiow: Judith Wells, County CI~ Filed: Feb. I, 2001. Rled: Feb. 9, 2001. By:. Eileen Halbert, DeputyJudith Wails, County Clerk Judith Wells, County Clerk ~ FRB, IVR, CP, PR By:. Eileen Halbert, Deputy By:. Eileen Haibed, Deputy Feb. 28, March 7, 14, 21, 2001 Published FRB, IVR, CP, PR Published FRB, IVR, CP, PR Feb. 14, 21, 28, March 7, 2001 Feb. 21, 28, March 7, 14, 2001 Fee heedng DoIng Business As: Doing Business As: No~ of Public Hearing on Fees Charged By RCTITIOUS BUSINESS FICTITIOUS BUSINESS Certain County Depadments on NAME STATEMENT NAME STATEMENT The Master Fee Schedule No, 2001-30 No. 2001-36 Rsese take notice that on March 20, 2001 at (Expires 2-5-2006) (Expiras 2-13-2006) 11:00 &m. in the SupervlsoYs Chambem, 3rd The ~ parson(s) is/am doing bus~ The follewing person(s) is/am d(Nng business floor, Courthouse, 520 Main Street, Quincy, as: Keddie Wye House, 36231 Hwy. 70, as: The Cutting Edge, 300 Main SL, Suite C, California, the Plumas County Board of Quincy, CA 95971. Chester, CA 96020. Supervisors will hold a Pubtic Hearing on the Kamn L Wood, P.O. Box 3062, Quincy, CA Robert G. Taylor, P.O. Box 5, Chester, CA proposed revision of the Master Fee 95971. 96020. Schedule. Jennifer C. Taylor, P.O. Box 5, Chester, CA By way of general explanation, the revisions 95971.Jack Wood, P.O. Box 3062, Quincy, CA 96020. will inorease, dacmase, dalete and add fees in This business is conducted by a husband end This business is conducted by a husband and vedous ~ departments, w~fe. wife. The proposed Master Fee Schedule is The Registrant commenced to transact The Registrant commenced to transact avail~ for public inspection end copying in busineas undar the ebove name(s) on: Apdl 1, business under the above name(s) on: the Office of the County Mministra~ Ofrcer, 2001. February 13, 2001. Third Floor, Courthouse. Signed: Karan L Wood. Si~d: Robert G. Taylor. At the heerir=9' the Bard wUl receive Public This statemerd was NOd with the County Clerk This statement was filed with ffm County Ci~ comment and will considar modif~ of of Rumas County on date indicated baiow, of Plumas County on date indiceted below, the fees prior to adopting the fees by F~ed: Feb.5,2001. Rled: Feb. 13, 2001. Relolulbn. Judith Waib, County Clark Judith Wells, County Clerk Mike Tedrick, General Ba~ ~By:. ~ Halbert, Deputy By. Meiinda Rother, Deputy ~ in FRB, IVR, CP, PR Published FRB, IVR, CP, PR Publ~ FRB, IVR, CP, PR Feb. 28, Mar. 7, 2001 Feb. 14, 21, 28, .March 7, 2001 Feb. 21, 28, March 7, 14, 200t Doing Business As: Public Notice Thursdays, 1 p.m. all offices, except Quinc 4 p.m. (Holidays my cam change) Doing Business As: FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT No. 2000-309 (F-xWas 12-27-2005) l~e following person(s) ms/am doing businm as: Lakeshore Realty, 316 Peninsula Dr., Lake Alrnanor, CA 96137. Jackie Stoy (Jacqueline Rae Stoy), 3t6 Peninsula Dr., Lake Almanor, CA 96137. This business is conducted by an individusL The Registrant commenced to transect business under the above name(s) on: Dec. 18,2000. s .ed. Stoy. This statement was filed with the County C~ of Plumes County on date indicated below. Rled: Dec. 27, 2000. Publ~hed FR& IVR, CP, PR Feb. 21, 28, March 7, 14, 2001 . br RED On Tuesday Feb. 20, a meet- ing was held at our senior cen- ter here in Greenville. It was initiated by the A.A.R.P. and the subject was fraud and how it affects us seniors. Many in. teresting thoughts were ex- pressed, but first, let me say a few words about our guest speaker. His name is Todd Johns. He is a deputy from the sheriff's department and works in our Indian Valley area. This young man fully recognized the need to speak clearly and distinctly for us who have dif- ficulty hearing. So, I say thank you, Todd, your efforts were greatly appreciated. Many issues were discussed: telephone soliciting, home se- curity, mail fraud, and just plain being taken advantage of. In the case of calls, we must get over being so polite--these people are after one thing, your money! So ffyou feel you must talk to them, ask ques- tions like who do they repre- sent? Where are they calling from? Ask for their number in case you want to call back. When they realize you are my ~ Wlmmmm Staff W~" Rising energy costs for propane, fuel oil and electrici. ty may force the Susanville School District Board of Trustees to make a number of changes in its operation. SSD Superintendent Mark Evans told the board he was concerned about the stability of the electricity prices from the Lassen Municipal Utility District, and he told the board his opiniov was based on infor- mation he'd received from sources in addition to the local newspaper. Evans said the district had received bills with a 41- or 42- percent increase on the cur- rent billing cycle. According to his projections, based on LMUD's published rates, the district expects to spend $20,000 to $25,000 beyond the amount budgeted for electrici- ty by the end of the fiscal year, June 30. Evans said if the current rate increase remains stable, the district will need to budget FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT No. 2001-27 (Ex~ 2.2-200S) The foxing pmon(s) ~am ~ng bud.ms as: DeMartiie Automotive Inc., 200 E. Main St, Quincy, CA S597t. DeMan~ Automo~ve In~ (CA), 2OO E. M~n St, Quincy, CA ~ezt. T~ ~ ls 0o~x~ by a coqxx~m. The Registrant commenced to transact business under the above name(s) on: February 2, 2001. Signed: DeMartile Automotive Inc., Kathy L De~anJle, Tre~urer. This ~ was fded ~ith the Co~ Clerk of Rurnas County on date lndiceteb baio~. Filed: Feb. 2, 2001. Jud~ W~, Cour~ Cd~k De Xy _ Pubi=hed FR& IVR, CP, PR Feb. 14, 21, 28, Ml~ 7, 2001 worked out of the Pulga Yard, he hadn't moved far from home. He was born and raised in Oroville. Giles said he enjoyed his ca- reer at Pulga Yard, and that it's been a challenge. "You have a great variety of excit- ing things to do, such as chain control, snow and rock slide removal, accident response and of course responding to the mighty floods that come roaring down the heart of the Feather River Canyon." In retirement, Giles plans to enjoy himself with more than a little bass mhing, a favorite pastime. He said he might also try his hand at restoring a classic car. Jim Cox Beginning with the Division of Highways in 1963, in a tem- porary position as a highway maintenance worker in the Crestview Yard, Jim Cox has seen several transfers before ending up as a supervisor at the Quincy Maintenance Sta- tion. From Crestview, Cox was promoted to Caltrans equip- ment operator and then lead- worker. In 1979, Cox accepted the po- sition as supervisor of the Quincy Maintenance Station, where he has remained for more than 20 years. Raised in Southern Califor- nia, Cox is married and has six children, Kathy, Kim, Randy, Sharill, Maggie and Mitzie. informed as to how to handle their calls, it may put a crimp in their style. In most in- stances, it is best to repeat the phrase "I'm not interested." Of course, if you initiated the ca!l, it's a different matter. Jus.t don't be taken in! In many cases, just hanging up the phone is best. In the matter of security at home, having dead bolts on your doors is highly recom- mended; window locks are al- so recommended. One thing that wasn't mentioned was having a small pet or a large pet, if you can accommodate one. Dogs are rme compan- ions, and having one sleeping at the foot of your bed will give you a feeling of security and companionship. You will sleep better and not feel so lonely. Also think of this: once a burglar has heard the barking of your pet, he will know that someone is home and they are notified of his presence. I highly recommend a pet. Dogs are most popu- lar--I don't believe I've ever heard of a watch cat? Howev- er, to each his own! Mail fraud has somewhat di- minished. Many of us wrote letters of complaint to compa- nies that promote sales by their sweepstakes and other contests. I hope some of my letters had a part in curbing an additional $50,000 to $60,000 for electricity next year. But the superintendent said the rate on the bills was based upon a wholesale price of 7.5 cents per kilowatt hour while LMUD said it was paying 11 cents per kwh for power dur- ing January. "Absent a 7.5 cent seller, in a short time the rate of 12 cents will have to go to 15 cents or 16 cents to meet their overhead," Evans said. "The 12-cent rate looks good and feels good be- cause it less that the 21 cents they originally promised or threatened, but it's tentative at best. They've got their fingers crossed, and they're hoping the state is going to resolve the energy issue." Actually, the district's costs for all energy sources are ris- ing, and the 41-percent in- crease from LMUD is the smallest increase among the district's energy purchases-- electricity, fuel oil, and Bulletin, Progressive, IKen Flick is retiring after a long career with Caltrans His wife's name Ls In retirement, forward to having spend doing the likes, such as traveling Ken Fitch The junior of the tirees, but not by Fitch is leaving after~ with the state. Like Cox and too started as a worker on the 1967. His first full-time came at Point nance Station in year later, he was maintenance Bodega Bay, the Covelo yard 1975. In 1976, he moted to leadworker ka, and then was It was in 1985 transferred to the County District Yard. ences, Fitch said, memories are of 1986. Highway 70 in er River Canyon for six months. to contend with, we ~ to go out there and go Life was good." Fitch was born Hampshire and fornia when he was' Fitch has two four grandchildren. ut fr the practice. have put much ings, and even theft curity money, into scan2s. As to b~ of, there is curb this. It is called competition. someone who sells it Recently, we a great increase heating our homeS. of L.P.G. has ly in my opinion. First, let me say solutely no objectiOP vendetta against o~ businesses and there being broken. charge any price their products. others also have may buy from which has the best when you you are obligated to renting from. However nies is only a phone The you quickl3 vise you to use competition. For mation, the price now down to Ion range. I hope that, have been propane. prices soared Evans told the these higher have an effect on operation. Evans said the need to continue its tion efforts and make changes ir which will lower energ~ A review of from t~o fering results. The daily McKinley caused a si in cost. The daily usage Meadow View still ( Evans said underway wide school P~ The schools could by purchasing loads of fuel each school filliP-g ual tanks.