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4B Wednesday, July 11,2001 Bulletin, Procjress ve, II!Dressive' B but what he believed were arti- Lassen Community Economic facts. Corp. and managed the HEAP ElemmcAIieel~dmtm~ Bob was preceded in death program, which provides fi- Eleanor Alice Redstreake, by a brother and a sister,nancial help to the needy with 77, died June 29, 2001, at Sutter He is survived by his wife of their utility bills. Hospital in Roseville. over 50 years, Dorothy, ofHe enjoyed stamp collecting She was born May 28, 1924, Quincy; son Aaron of Sacra- and the outdoors, especially in Rock Springs, Wyo. She mento; daughters Terry fishing andanimalwatching. spent her early years in Neva- Halbritter of Quincy, and Jeri Bill was preceded in death da and Northern California. Ashley of Greenhorn; four by his father, Dr. William E. Eleanor graduated from high grandchildren, and numerous Huss, MD.. school in Winnemucca. nieces and nephews. He is survived by his wife of She worked for the Nevada A celebration of his life,17 years, Delva, of Westwood; State Legislature and a Reno along with Masonic Services, sons William D. Huss of Car- newspaper, before enlisting in was held July 7, 2001, at the son City, Nev., James Kirk of the U.S. Marine Corps. After Quincy Ward of the Church of Grants Pass, Ore., and Michael World War II, she married Jesus Christ of Latter DayMcKown of Westwood; daugh- John Redstreake and moved to Saints. Burial with military ters Tricia Brown of Phoenix, Quincy in 1946, where she honors took place in the Sutter Ariz., and April Blossom of worked in the Plumas County District Cemetery in Sutter Ju- San Jose; mother Anna M. Veterans Service Off'me, until ly 9, 2001. Huss of Forest Hills, Penn; sis- her retirement as the Veterans The family requests any do- ters Sue Lescinsky of Forest Service Officer in the late nations in his memory be Hills, Penn., Nancy Urso of 1970s. made to the Sacramento Harrisburg, Penn., Mary Ann Eleanor was a docent with Shriners Children's Hospital, Holsington of Morrisville, Ver- the Plumas County Museum, a c/o Fehrman Mortuary and mont, and Martha Benyo of supporter of the Plumas Ski Crematory, P.O. Box 53, Quin- Phoenix, Ariz.; an aunt, and Club and its longboard revival cy, CA 95971. seven grandchildren. program, a past commander of Following cremation at both the local and district William =HI" EMn ~ Fehrman Crematory in Quin- American Legion organiza- William "Bill" Elvin Huss,cy, a celebration of his life was tiGriS, past president of the age 58, died June 29, 2001 at held July 8, 2001, at the West- Soroptimist Club, a member of Washoe Medical Center in wood Community Center in the Rhodora Club, a member of Reno, Nev. He was born Au-Westwood. the Emblem Club, a Plumas gust 24, 1942 in Lancaster, The family requests any do- District Hospital Volunteer, a Penn., to Anna M. and Dr: nations in his memory be member of the California Vet- William E. Huss. made to a place that became 'erans' Service Officer organi- After graduating from highdear to Bill following his nu- zation, and a charter member school at age 16, Bill continued merous stays in the hospital, of Women in Military Service in the family medical tradi- the Long Term Care Unit of for America. lion. After two years of college, Seneca Health Care District, Last year, she was selected he joined the Navy and served c/o Fehrman Mortuary and as one of the outstanding his country as an electronics Crematory, P.O. Box 803, women of Plumas County by technician, teaching new re- Greenville, CA 95947. the board of supervisors, cruits their trade. She enjoyed rodeos and ten- A veteran of the Vietnam nls, and playing cribbage.Conflict, Bill was medically She is survived by her discharged after 11 years of daughter Cynthia; one grand- honorable service. daughter; one great-grandson; Bill was a lifetime member and several nieces and of California chapter 34 of the nephews DAV, the Westwood Post of the She was preceded in death American Legion, the Naval by her husband, John; an in- Fleet Reserve Assoc., and fant daughter; her mother NASCU. Not only was Bill one Bessie; father Hans Peter;, and to always be there to lend a four brothers: Marvin, Sam, hand in time of need, he took a Ernle and Kenny. proactive stance for the under- Burial with military honors privileged and disabled by took place at Johnsville Ceme- serving 12 years as a member tery July 5. of the Lassen Community Col- The family requests that leges Board of Trustees, where m~orial donations be made he also served as president of to ~e Plumas County Museumthe board, and currently was or a charity of the donor's serving as President of the choice. IkWIme I. "~"~ Robert L. "Bob'"McDonald, 77, died July 3, 2001, in Reno, Nev. He was born March 7, 1924, in Marysville. BOb was raised on the Galep- pi Ranch in American Valley, and went on to become ranch foreman and remained there until the sale of the ranch. Up- on his retirement from ranch. ing, he went to work for Feath- er River Disposal, where after managing the disposal site in Greenville, he went on to drive trucks and operate heavy equipment and later became foreman for the company: BOb had a great respect for law en- forcement, listing it as a job preference upon his discharge from the service, and was able to carry out this career goal as a reserve deputy for the Plumas County Sheriffs Office for a number of years. He served with the U.S. Navy in the Pacific during World War II. A 1944 graduate of Quincy High School, he was a devoted member of Plumas Lodge #60 F. & A.M. for 41 years, serving as Master of the Lodge in 1964. He was actively involved with Rainbow Girls and served as a "Rainbow Dad" four times. In 1991, Bob was honored with the prestigious Masonic Bod- ies Hiraham Award. He was on the Board of Directors for Plumas Sierra Rural Electric for 34 years and was president three times. Bob was an excellent cook, and enjoyed collecting what some may throw away as trash We have found a beautiful female, solid black retriever. She was found in the Crescent Mills area, Approximate 2 years old. The dog is very well behaved and people friendly. She is survived by a son, Bill, of Chester; daughter, Mary McGeorge of Fayettville, Tenn.; three grandchildren, Rev. Mark P tar, P.O. Box 3106, Ouincy. and seven great grandchildrerL CA g~71. She was anxiously expecting This business is conducted by a corpora- her first great-great grandchild on. later this month. The commex to hess under the above name(s) on: June 13, A celebration of her life was 2GOt. held at graveside in the Signed: White TaraSanctuary, Rev. Mark Chester District Cemetery, Ju- Peter, Sp tu Director. ly 3, 2001. This statement was filed with the County The family requests any do-Clerk of Plumas County on date indicated bek~e nations in her memory be FUed: June 13, 2001. made to the Chester Wesleyan Judth w~is, County Ck~k Church, c/o Fehrman Mortu- ek3en Haman, Deputy ary and Crematory, P.O. Box FRB, rVR, CP, PR 803, Greenville, CA ~5947. June 20, 27, July 3, 11, 2001 Doing Business As: D g ...... uC yp FICTITIOUS BUSINESS r~, I. Ivu~ . ' NAME STATEMENT NAME STA1~,~y log t No. 2001-148 No. 2001-~P~*Y corr (Expires 6-13-2006) (Ex~res 6-1~&- The new a~: Twelve Meadows, A Center iof re- heSS ~: vvuuu'~ r,,,~ .--~ -- newel, 1870 Rush Creek Rd., Twain, CA vices, Inc., 6900 A-15, p.apIng (~ 95984. to~ CA 9S122 I serious Fin, PM.B. 231, 2875 F. ~ sorr~ NV 98512-2062. ~ charg This bu~ness is co~nstitut The Registrant comm~,,,~'~ business und~ the abo~t evid~ I, 20Ol. an= S n l: Wood's Fire ,.l.sus t vices, Inc., Cynthia W~ new~ Director ~e of su This statement was fil~ltfov/ded Clerk of Rumas County Doing Business As: Terry Lee Richwine, age 47, FICTmOUS BUSINESS died July I, 2001, at Washoe NAME STATEMENT Medical Center, Reno, Nev. No 2001.146 Terry was born June 28, (Ex r .6-13-20 6) 1954, in Glendale, to Henry The following person(s) is/are doing tmsi- Oliver and Vivian Henrietta heSS as: Peterson Glass, P.O. Box 1433, 3936 Hwy. 147, Chester, CA 96020. Taylor Richwine. Elizabeth Ann Peterson, P.O. Box 1433, Terry was a resident of Clio. Chester, CA ~60e0.. He lived in Reno, Nev., fromThis b~ss is ~ W an ~vk~. 1993-1999, prior to which he"f~ RN~mtco~tot~m~tx~ lived in Simi Valley. ness under the above name(s) on: June 13, 2001. He worked as a drywall fin- Signed: Elizabe~ A. l~,~m. isher for 25 years. This statement was filed with the County Terry was preceded in death Clerk of Rumas Couaty on date indicated by his mother, Vivian; brother, bek~: Dan Fry; and one niece. F~: June 13, 2001. Judith We~is, County Clerk He is survived by father, By: Eileen Hannah, Dept~/ Henry and stepmother Sharon Publ~ed FRB, IVR, CP, PR Richwine; sons, Nick and Bri- June 20, 27, July 3, 11, 2001 an Richwine; sisters Carole Seckler and Kelly Partin; and one grandchild. Doing Business As: Services were held July 6, FICTITIOUS BUSINESS 2001, at Portola Station Baptist NAME STATEMENT No. 2001-145 Church followed by private (Expires6-12-2006) ~la ~ Stewwt family inurnment. The following person(s) ~are doing busi- Ada Hoilin Stewart, B0, died hess as: Rock & Roll Paving and Grading, July 1, 2001, at the Long Term ~ ~ ~ ~ 401 Peninsula Drive, Suite 8, Lake ~, Care Unit of Seneca Health Inez Frances Steed Cardoza,CA96137. Gregory Lope.z, 401 Peninsula Drive, Suite Care District, in Chester. She 83, died July 4, 2001, at Eastern 8, Lake ~mar~, CA 96137. was bern December 23, 1920 in Plumas District Hospital in- This tx~neas is co~ed by m ind~uaJ. Roane County, Tenn. Portola. The Registrant com~ to trarsact t~: Ada wasa 38-year resident of She was born April 9, 1918,hess unber the above name(s) on: June 13, Chester, moving here from in St. Anthony, Idaho, to 2001. Signed: Gregory Lopez. Colorado. A devoted home- Charles J. and Eva Sanders This statement was filed with the County maker, she worked for a short Steed. Clerk of Plumas County on date indicated time as a housekeeper at the Inez had lived in Graeagle below: Chester Manor Motel. She at- for the past 22 years, coming Fi~: June 12. 2001. tended the Chester Assembly from Santa Maria where she Judah Weis. County CW~k of God Church and enjoyed vis- had lived for 25 years. By: Melinda Rother, Deputy Published FRB, WR, CP, PR Ring with residents of the area. She was a homemaker and June 20, 27, July 3, 11,2001 Ada was preceded in death enjoyed golf. She was a mem- by her husband, James, inber ofthe Ladies Gol Club in Z 1981; two brothers and four Santa Maria and the Oraeag]e Grant program sisters, hearing As you know, we have many kittens. This little gal is just a sample of all the kittens. Found in Taylorsville, she is about 6 weeks old. She enjoys being held and talked to. Come take a look. Visit our Website at www.pcanimalcontrol.net For more information call the Plumas County Animal Shelter in Quincy at 283-3673. This .public service announcement brought to you by: HEAT TRANSFER SYSTEMS Heating, Cooling & Refrigeration SpecialiM 818 Quincy Junction Road, Quincy ilAIW( : & SUPPUES ...... AI~IAUTIU~4.I~I.IHI . ' " ' ~~ Lassen & 4, Head Stones ,~ ~r'--,m~It~ or Pluemas Countl~ 4, Engraving ..... .>,-"' Vitahk, lipide 511 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM Time: 10:.10 Lm. Date: July 24, 2001 Place: Board of Supervis~ ~, 520 W. Main Street, Quincy, CA 95971 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board Doing Business As: of Supe ,iso of P,,,,,,.as County con- FICTmOUS BUSINESS duct a public hearing at 10:10 &m in the NAME STATEMENT Supervisor's Chambers, Plumas County NO. 2001.158 Courthouse, 520 W. Main Street, July 24, (Expires 6-29-2006) 2001, Quincy, CA. 95971. The following person(s) is/ere doing busi- The following applications, funded under hess as: A L'il Bit O' Country, 525 Main the Economic Development Planning and St., Chester, CA 96020.. Technical Assistance allocation to be sub- Debbie Ann Cole, P.O. Box 1353, mi~ed to ~ State Depe~ment of Hou~ Chester, CA 96020. and Community Devetopme~ w~, be dis- This business is conducted by an indiv~ cussed: t. Speed Te om The Registranl commenced to transact sis and Dissemination Study business under the above name on July 2. Commercial and I~ Site Inventory 10, 2001. Maximum award limits include a total of Signed: Debble Cote. $800,000 per year from the General and This statement was r~d .ith the County Econo~c Devet~o~mt Components com- C, lerk of Plumas County on date indicated bined. Up to $500,000 pe~ ap~ per below: year may avre.rded from the General and F~d: June29, 2001 Economic Development Components. Juddh Walls, County Clerk Grants up to $35,000 per year from the By: Eileen Hannah, Delx~ General Ranning and Technic~ Assistanco P~ished July 11, 18, 25, Aug. I, 2001 allocation and $35,000 per year from the r~cal ~ a~ocatw~ my be awan~ed Doing Business As: not countr oo,ooo cap. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS A Native American allocation is evalleble for NAME STATEMENT eligible activities in areas with concerto- NO. 200i-160 tWx~, a( NatNe Anw~ican Indiar~ r~ feder- (Expires 7-2-2006) ally recognized as and Indian tribe or pemon(s) is/m si- ranche The amet t o Na e/u an ness as: Longboards Bar & Grill, 402 funds available varies each year, and a Pop~ Valley Rd., Blalrsden, CA 96103. grant from th~ allocal~on does no( count to. Three Trees Hddins II LLG, 445 bush St. ward the $800,000 cap. 9th Roor, San F~, CA 94108. The maj~ ac~vily cate~ias are Pla~ing bus e= conduc=d by an LLC. and T nk A=d==nce; The Registrant commenced to transact tion; Housing-New Construction; busine= under the above neme on ~ Ho~sino-RehalWlitadon; Communi~ Fad,- 1, 2001. ties/Public Services; Public Works; and Signed: Urbano J. Mallei. Economic Development. Projects funded This ~ was r~l .~h the Coun~ w~ CDgG funds must meet a least one of Ck~ of Plumm County on ~a ~k~xi ~e f~O N~or~ OqeaN~ Bemr~ to Targ~ed Income Group (TIG) persons or Rled: JCy ~ 2001 ~rnir~ of slums a~ b@hL Jud The De- By:. Eilean I,~. Depuly p~'tment on bet~lf of the I~ C,~] PuUi ,kdy 11, 25, I, m01 ant i the mmdmum Fant amou~ of $800,o0o und~ the Genar~ and Economic Development Components for housing r~litalton and l~atio~ of Doing Busine As: F== as as FICTmOUS BUSINESS the me~ grant amount of $70,000 from NAME STATEMENT the General and Economic Development No. 2001-142 Planning and Technical Ami~Bce Compo- 6-11- 00s) The folk~W~ pemon(s) ~are ~ng b~t- The p~'pese of tlm l~bl~ tww~in0 v~il be to hess as: O ond B Sierra Co~epts, 69140 gNe c~zens an opporlun~y to make their Porcupine Lane, Gmea~e, CA ~'703. comments known. If you are unable to at- Ralph Donald McGann, P.O. Box 1715, tandthepul04icheadng, youmaydimctwfil- ~, CA ~TS. ten comm~mts to the Ptumas County, c/o Susan Marie Herren, P.O. BOx 1715, Wcod- Commur~ty Dev~ ~, P.O. land, CA~6. Box 319, 183 W. Main Street Quincy, CA This business is conducted by a husband 95971 of you may telephone 530 283-2466. and w~e. I~ edd?~m, ~'mation m,,y I~ obt~ el The Re~ commenced tolmmact ~ the above address betw~n the hours of ne~ under the above na~s) 0#1: Jan. I, 8:00 &m. ~ 5:00 p.nt on w~k~. 2001.. Individuals with impaired hearing and/or Signed: FleSh Don~d McG~nRspeech impediments and a Telecon~ This statement wes f,ed w~h the County ca~on Dev~e kx The De~ CrDO) may dial Ck~k of Plum~ County on da~ indicmd 1(800) 342-,~6S to roach the ~ Apwopim ancommeda be mac Rled: June 11, 2001. tor the handicapped to attand the h~lnng. Judah Co= spe< .eeds, BY: E]em Hnan, (s30 3-2, 3 Published FRB, IVR, CP, PRPublished FRB, IVR, CP, PR June 20, 27, July 3, 11, 2001 July 11,2001 257-6705 472400 DIAMOND CREST lid SUSANVILLE Fded: June 12, 2001. ~II Judit~ Wells, County CI~ ~ Jullv = Published FRB, IVR, CP, ~ .... une 27, July 3,11,18, Doing Business Ste CTmOOS NAME tion No, 2001-1~ (Exp The following person(s) ".~tly ( ness as: V&M JanitodaJ ~11: D Chand Rd., Qu o/, CA Jincy, Michalle M. Rodg~, P.O. ~, CA 95971. bus~neas is condu~ll$~_. The Registrant comme~ Da~ b~ness und~ the above r=mJ, wa 1, 2o01. bn of szj : M le M. Rodgm This statement was filed ~ Dot Clerk of Plumas County on~Wille' Rled: June 7, 2001. ~ ~. w s, " Published FRB, IVR, CP, PR ~ res~ June 27 July 3 11 18 2001 ~dan~ .... Doing Business edl] FICTITIOUS BUSII.._ NAME STA~tlI~ No 2001-1 .} for ; 6-12-Z S. The following person(s) is/,~ hess as: Prime Cut Product~j~w j Way, Clio, CA 96106. ~" 'W Michael Lee Gingnch, P.O. l~-i'~,~: CA 96106. L"='_ "'2 This ~r~,s is conducted ~/~ V~ The Registrant commen~ Imsiness under the above r$ff 19, 2001. ~y This statement was filed ~jLIII~, 'i Clerk of Rumas County on Filed: June 19, 2001. Judah WOlds, Courw Clerk Me,nda Deputy Published FBB, IVR, CP, PR June 27, July 3, 11, 18,2001 NAME I No. 2001-I,~ ness as: Prime Cut Ridge St, lPO~tO~ CA, 9~122. tote CA, 96122 The Registrant commenced l Doing Business RCTmOUs NAME~ NO. 2001-164 7-3-2oo61 The pomon(s) m400 H t *W 70, No. 9, CA I~ K~, P.O. BOx 275, IB undar the 2001. Signed: B~t Ke~ar. ~hll This st~er~t was f~d Doing Business As: NAME STATEMENT No. 2001-165 (F..xpm 7-3-2OO6} The I on(s) is/ Published July 11, 18, 25, Aug. ], Thursdays 4 p.m. in the Quincy offi Call fax 283-3952