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'II2A Wednesday, May 9, 2001 County News Feat Quincy Junction Road property sale , ,, By Dave Keller 1, the date that had been re- Staff Wdter served for a trial without a ju- NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE John Duree has been re- ry. TS No. 0~1 Loan'No. 2175131 Title~.= ~ No. 672043 lieved as the attorney for ac- But Oiney agreed to post- Investor/Insurer No. 000920091569 cused marijuana dealer Joe pone the trial-- ben Robinson APN No.: 005-230-003 Robinson. ' was able to convbacg the judge YOU AREIN DEFAULT UNDER~A The request to relieve that he was not fully inforrned DEED OF TRUST, DATED 10/23/98. UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO Duree--jointly sought by the PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT lawyer and Robinson--was MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC SALE. approved last week by Plumas IF YOU NEED AN EXPLANATION OF THE NATURE OF THE County Superior Court Judge PROCEEDING AGAINST YOU, YOU Ga~ett O]ney. SHOULD CONTACT A LAWYER. The change took place May Notice is hereby given that CTC Real Estate Services FKA CTC Foreclosure Services Corporation. as duly appointed trustee pursuant to the --~ .~..,~ m~.~... ~:~.~...~..~-~ ......................... Deed of Trust executed by SHIRLEY~~~.~I ~ I ~- ~ ~ ~.: ~ ~ ' i L. NELSON, A WIDOW dated ....... J 10/23/98 and recorded 10/30/98, as EmtaofTaggart I Instrument No. 8744, in book 757, page 531, of Official Records in theNOTICE OF PETITION TO office of the County Recorder of ADMINISTER ESTATEOF: Plumas County, State of California, JAMES H. TAGGART will sell on 05/23/01 at 11:00AM, At CASENO, 5976 the Main Street entrance to the County To a~t heirs, benef~ia~s, creditors, contingent Courthouse, 520 Main Street, Quincy, .ct~itor~'., ~ Persons who may otherwise be CA at public auction, to the highest mreresrea in the wi or estate or both of bidder for cash or check as described JAMES H. TAGGART. below, payable in full at time of sale, A PETmON FOR PROBATE has been flied all right, title, and interest conveyed to and now held by it under said Deed of y EARL JAMES TAGGART II be appointed Trust. in the property situated in said as personal r~resantative to administer the County and State and as more fully estate of the decade~ descnbed in the above referenced A HEARING on the petition will be held on Deed of Trust. The street address and 05/30/01 = 9:~ AM in Dept. TBA located at other common designation, if any, of 520W. MalnStrest, Quincy, CA95971. the real property descnbed above is IF YOU OBJECT to the granting of the purported to be: 1412-1416 QUINCY JUNCTION ROAD. QUINCY, CA. 95971 The undersigned Trustee disclaims any liability for any incorrectness of the street address and other common designation, if any, shown herein. The total amount of the unpaid balance with interest thereon of the obligation secured by the property to be sold plus reasonable estimated costs, expenses and advance~ at the time of the initial publication of the Not'w.,e of Sale is $141739 it is possible that at the time of sale the opening bid may be less., than the total indebtedness due. In addition to cash, the Trustee will accept cashier's checks drawn on a state or national bank, a check drawn by a state or federal credit union, or a check drawn by a state or federal savings and loan association, savings association, or savings bank specified in Section 5102 of the Financial Code and autt'~m~zed to do business in this state. Said sale will be made. in an "AS IS" conditk~, but without covenant or warranty, express or implied. regaroing title, POssession or encumbrances, to sati~fu m== indebtedness secured by _~=i~'~..,~'~'~ ust, advances thereur~er, with petition, you should appear at the hearing and state your objections or file written objections with the court before the hearing. Your appearance may be in person or by your attorney, IF YOU ARE A CREDITOR or a contingent creditor of the deceased, you must file your claim with the court and mail a copy to the personal representative appointed by the court within four months from the date of first issuance of letters as provided in Probate Code section 9100. The time for filing claims will not expire before four months from the hearing date noticed above. YOU MAY EXAMINE the file kept by the court. If you are a person interested in the estate, you may file with the court a Request for Special Notice (form DE-154) of the filing of an inventory and appraisal of estate assets or of any petition or account as provided in Probate Code Section 1250. A Request for Special Notice form is available from the court clerk. Attorney for Petitioner DtNO F. RUFO 3620 FAIR OAKS BLVD STE 400 SACRAMENTO, CA 95864 05/09/01,05/16/0t, 05/23/01 CNS - 245053# FEATHER RIVER BULLETIN interest as ,provided, and the unpaid pnncipal of the Note secured by said Bids for remodel Deed of Trust with interest thereon as Notice to Contractors provided in said Note, plus fees, Plumas-Sierra REC is planning a minor charges and expenses of the Trustee internal building remodel at the Portola, CA and of the trusts created by said Deed o~ce building located at 73233 Highway 70 of Trust. Dated: 04/27/01 CTC Real Estate Services FKA CTC Foreclosure Portola, CA (3 miles west of Portole}. Plans Services Corporation, 400 and specifications are available for a Countrywide Way, SV-88, Simi Valley, non-refundable fee of $25.00, at the Portola CA 93065 Phone: (805) 520-5241. office or by mail. Contact Sandie Harris at Sale Information (805) 578-6618 By: (530) 832-6089 to request a copy A walk.thru /S/Trustee Sale Officer of the building and project will be scheduled CTC Real Estate Services is a debt for interested parties. c.qi~attempting to ~Ol[eCt a ~t~, Slmp~.~to include o{~,Ne~ti~gportion Ar~',~35(ormation o~ained~will be used, of,atfp~ed garage into conditioned office f~t,~mtq~urpose .......... ~ .... '~ "~;' sp~, at~l'~ternal oft~ce ~ling. External 05/02/01, 05/09101, 05t16/01 CNS. 233560# Claims hearing SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF PLUMAS No, 4786 ORDER FOR HEARING ON PENDING CLAIMS In the Matter of the Entry in Trust for Town Site purposes (Under Chapter CXXXlI, Statutes of 1885 of the State of California) of certain Public Lands located in Plumas County, California, and settled upon and occupied as the Town of Johnsvilla and the Execution of the Trust thereby created. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on June 14, 2001, at 9 AM, this Cot~ will conduct hearings on the following claims to lots held in trust pursuant to the above referenced Statutes of 1885 (as amended): I. A claim dated July 13, 1994, fled in letter form by the Board of Directors of the Johnsville Historical Society, a California norvprofl corporation, seeking transfer of tltla to Lot 80, as such Lot is shown on a map recorded on June 30, 1966, in Book 3 of Maps at Page 34, records of Plumas County, C~la (a copy of which claim is attached hereto as Ex~bit A); 2. A cl'aim entitled "Amended Application to wall work to include installing windows, replacing overhead garage door with man door, and enclosing of a small doorway 9o~, Bid wi~ be awa~led besed on lowest cost and contractor's experience. Successful bidder will need to coordinate with owner's contractor for heat pump installation as well as coordinating electrical and plumbing. Current California contractors license, performance bond, and list of references required with bids. Some flexibility in work schedule wilt be required to allow PSREC to maintain normal business hours, Bids requested by May 18, 2001. Published FRB, PR May 2, 9, 2001 Estate of Rowe NOTICE OF PETITION TO ADMINISTER ESTATE OF Uly Belle Rowe, Decedent Case Number 5932 To all heirs, beneficial, creditors, contingent creditors and persons who may be othen~e interested in the will or estate, or both, of Lily Belle Rowe. A Petition For Probate has been filed by Public Administrator in the Superior Court of Califom~, County of Plumas, The ~ For Probate requests that: James Reichle, Rumas County Public Administrator be appointed as Personal representative to Reopen and Have Deed Issued" filed on May administer the estate of the decadent 26, 2000, by The Roman Catholic Bishop of The Pat~ requests authority to administer Sacramento, a Corporation sole, and The the estate under the Independent Roman Catholic Bishop of Sacramento, Admini~ of Estat~ Act. (This authorit~ William Welgand, seeking transfer of title to will allow the personal representative to take Lot 80, as such Lot is shown on a map ma~y actions without obtaining court approval. recorded on June 30, t966, in Book 3 of Maps uerore taking certain van/important actions, at Page 34, records of Plumas County however, the personal representative will be California (a copy of which is on file in this action); 3. A claim dated January 10, 2001, filed in letter form by Ralph Hanna, Board Chairperson of the Johnsville Public Utility District, seeking transfer of title to all Superior Court trust properties (a copy of which claim is attached hereto as Exhibit B). Dated: April 12, 2001 Filed April 18, 2001 Shed Wed, Court Administr=or By Susan Andrews, Deputy S ned, Garret Olne% Judge of the Superior Court Published FRB May2, 9, 16, 23, 2001 Lien sale NOTICE OF UEN SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a lien sale will be held at SIEBER'S INDUSTRIAL PARK & MINI STORAGE for the contents of the following storage unit: Unit S - Braswell Unit 39 - SkeeLs Out de. Gal ly Outside - Berrnore Items for sale will include household furniture, furnishings, appliances, and miscellaneous items hetd in storage. The sale will be held on Saturday, June 2, 2001, from 9:00 a.m., to 4:00 p,m,, at ~'s Industrial Park, 150 N. Mill Creek Road, Quincy, California. Published in FRB May 9, 16, 23, 2001 Public Notice Deadline Every Thursday, 4 p.m. 283-0800 FAX: 283-3952 required to one notice to interested persons unless ff~y have waived notice or consented to the proposed action.) The independent administration author~ will be granted unless an interested person files an obiecdon to the Petlti andgood why tt e court should not grent A hearing on the petition will be held on May t4, 2001, at 9:00 a`m. atthe Superior Court of California, Dept. One, Courthouse, 520 W. Main Str~ Room 104, Quincy, CA 95971. IF YOU OBJECT to the granting of the Pei0on, you should appear at the headng and state your objections, or file ,itten ot :tio with the court before the hearing. Your appearance may be in person or by your attomW. IF YOU ARE A CREDITOR or a contingent creditor of the deemed, you must file your claim with the court and mail a copy to the appo ed by the court within four months from the data of first issuance of letlers as Fovtdad in Section 9t 00 of the Calla Probate Code. The time for ~ing claims ~ not expire before four months from the dpte of the hearing date noticed above. YOU MAY EXAMINE the file kept by the court If you are a person imerested in the estate, you may file with the court a formal Request for Spedai Notice of the filing of an inventory and appraisal of estate assets or of any petition or account as provided in Section 1250 of theCalifornia Probate Code, A Request for Special Notice form is available from Ibe coua clerk "Signed: Petitioner, James Reichle, 520 W. Main Street, Room 404, Quincy, CA g5971, (5,30) 283-6303. Rk~l: April 17, 2001 Shet Wet, Court Administrat~ ERB when he decided to have his case heard by a judge rather than a jury. Following Duree's removal as attorney, Olney ruled that Robinson qualified for free le- gal counsel and that he in- tended to appoint a public de- fender. By AIIcia Higbee Indian Valley Editor For more than four years, indian Valley apple trees have born little ff any fruit. Apple trees began blooming about two weeks ago, and with all the recent warm weather, some residents are hoping for a sweet harvest this fall. The fragrance of apple blos- soms floats off the currents of warm air near the orchards of the Taddei family in Greenville, at the antique or- chard at the Dawn Institute of Indian Falls and almost every- where else in the valley. From the dark pinks of crab apples to the pale pink and white of apples and the cluster of white pear, the blossoms polka dot roads and yards in each of the valley communi- ties. Dawn Institute horticultur- ist Manuel Boehmer is hope- ful, but wary when it comes to thinking about a bountiful ap- ple harvest. After more than a week of warm weather, several kinds of bees were out in droves, buzzing from blossom to blos- som. But, on windy days, the bees Every week, you'll know more. Budget-conscious cooks can save money by using smaller kitchen ap- pliances to prepare cer- tain meals. The following portable appliances use less energy than rangetop burners and conventional ovens, and generate a lot less heat: slow cooker/crockpot electric skillet microwave oven toaster oven/broiler pressure cooker Always remember to follow safety rules and manufacturers' instruc- tions when using all ap- pliances. PLUMAS-$1ERRA REC ElectiClt~ * Sl|llllte 1~ ,, Inlmel 832-4261 Olney also issued an order Robinson said one of the Olney that temporarily barring Robinson reasons he is seeking to dis- not be allowed to from subpeonaing witnesses,qualify Olney is that the judge defense because the But many of the future legal turned away Duree's efforts t's reasoning does proceedings in the case have last month to allow the defen- with the law. been placed on hold becausedant to mount what is known Robinson has Robinson has fried a motion to as a necessity defense, he grew and disqualify Olney as the judge A key component of Robin- marijuana on the matter, son's potential defense---the imminent Another judge will be re- ability to show a jury that his But voters, quired to rule whether Robin- conduct was necessary to passed Prop. 215, son can disqualify Olney. avoid a serious evil--cannottended for there Robinson previously tried be used. market such as the to remove Judge Ira KaufmanIn April, Deputy District At- cated by from the case, but the motion torney Jeff Cunan convinced said. was rejected. usually stay home, Boehmer said, and although scary to some, the big, black carpenter bees are the most efficient pol- linators. There were a few windy days and a very cold night ex- pected Wednesday, May 9. "We're not out of the woods yet," he said. Winds of more than 15 miles per hour are likely to harm apple production. Newly formed fruits are also susceptible to the extreme changes in weather that are common during the spring months. The warm days bring hope, though. Last year, the renowned fall apple harvest at the institute was canceled due to the lack of fruit. People travel from the Bay Area and from other states to attend the late October festi- val that features the country- style fun of hand-crank press- es, impromptu music, an eclectic assortment of potluck foods, gourd carving and oth- er activities. Many show up with trunks full of jars and bottles, guitars, banjos and other instruments, boxes of apples, wild grapes, picnic blankets and whatever else makes them comfortable for the day. For more information about the festival, or apples in gen- eral, call Manuel Boehmer at 284-6036. Emily Anne Brown and Wesley Clayton Neer, in Sparks ceremony. Emily Anne Brown and Neer, all Wesley Clayton Neer, both At of Greenville, were married was attended by March 2, in Sparks, Nev. A Honor Kelly reception honoring the new- Chico, and lyweds was held the follow- Neer, of Greenville. ing day at the Taylorsville They .will Grange Hall. home in Auburn, The bride is the daughter Wesley is em of Roy and Jeni Brown and Auburn Faith the bridegroom is the son of Emil3 Charlie and Mary Lynn lege inthe fall. Top Hospitals i# Benchmarks QCT Bone Densitometry benefits: - Quickly identifies low bone density - Highest diagnostic accuracy of any BHD technique - Painless, comfortable l O-minute exam QCT-Bone Densitometry uses our High Resolution CT to quantitatively measure trabecular bone in the spine. The diagnostic accuracy of QCT is due to our CT's 3-dimensional imaging capability which allow precise separation of the highly active trabecular bone from the more dense, slowly changing cortical bone. * 25 million AmeriCans are affected by osteoporosts - making it a major public health problem. * 50% of women over age 50 have an osteoporosis - related bone fracture. * By age 75, a third of all men are affected by osteoporosis. * Osteoporosts is responsible for 1,300,000 fractures annually. all From May 9th through May 31 st you can have your Bone Density test for only $40 if you pay for the pr0ceduxe the day of the exam. You will need to schedule this procedure. Tomake appointment call 283-1107 or 283-21 {