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Friday, February 8, 1980 - THE GRIDLEY HERALD -- Page 7 [RATION t ION REPAIR Commercial [ 1207a / L o F J OSBORN, Upholste & 8th St. SERVICE 3ping, trim- chipping & licensed, 534-9092 & 533- 43tfn IIIII I ! lacks 'lllll m a B 'OR DO-IT. cling, also re- Ave., 44tfn OCK ANYWHERE - 695-2863 Pads Built IG AND SERVICE Lattin Rd. "5676 PARTS accessories Service Street Work Tim Slagle [LLING PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA FOR THE COUNTY OF BUTTE NO. 70731 -SUMMONS TO QUIET TITLE TO REAL PROPERTY MARY S. CONWAY, aka SERGIA CONWAY, Plaintiff, VS. All Persons unknown claim- ing any right, title, estate, lien or interest in the real property described in the complaint, adverse to Plain- tiffs ownership or any cloud upon Plaintiff's title thereto, Defendants. NOTICE! You have been sued, The Court may decide against you without your be- ing heard unless you re- spond within 30 days. Read the information below. AVISO! Usted ha side de- mandado. El Tribunal puede decidir contra Ud. sin au- diencia a menos que Ud. re- sponda dentro de 30 dias. Lea la informacion que sigue. mons is served on you and to set forth what interest or lien, if any you have in or upon that certain real prop- erty or any part thereof, situated in the County of Butte, State of California, particularly described as follows: All that certain real prop- erty situate in the County of Butte, State of California, described as follows: PARCEL ONE: Lot 123, as shown on the Official Map of Honcut, Butte County, California, which map was filed in the office of the Recorder of the County of Buttel State of California, on March 13, 1899 in Book 7 of Maps, at page 85. PARCEL TWO: Commencing at the North East corner of the land of WH. Conway, running thence Eastward on the South line of the land of E. Holifer, to the South East corner of the said Holifer 1. TO THE DEFENDANT: A " land running thence at right civil complaint has been filed by the plaintiff against you. (See footnote*). a. If you wish to defend this lawsuit, you must, with- in 30 days after this sum- mons is served on you, file with this court a written pleading in response to the complaint. (If a Justice Court, you must file with the court a written pleading or cause an oral pleading to be entered in the docket) Un- less you do so, your default will be entered upon appli- cation of the plaintiff, and this court may enter a judg- ment against you for the re- angles Southward parallel with C.N.R.R. track and one hundred feet West of the center of said R.R. track to the North East corner of the land of Doud, running thence at right angles West- ward on the North line of said Doud, land two hun- dred feet more or less. Run- ning thence at right angles Southward on the West line of said Doud land fifty feet more or less to the South West corner of Doud's land running thence at right angles Westward to the South East corner of .the land of W.H. Conway, run- (Continued from Page 1) ness, but added that he would de- finitely run for City Council again if he decided to sell out or retire. Both share a common list of ac- complishments that the council achieved over the past four years, including completion of the PRIDE project; completion of the new sewer plant; annexations; fac- ing growth realistically; action taken keeping the ambulance serv- ice here; supporting senior citizens' activities; improving curbs, gut- ters, and streets; expanding the electrical station; getting a senior citizens' health care facility here; and opening the garbage transfer station. Panecaldo added that he was disappointed that he could not get all of the public works projects finished because of money prob- lems. The mayor, a central figure in the employees' strike in Septem- ber, 1978; said it caused a rift but "time is healing the bad feelings and we are beginning to work to- gether again." Asked if he would do it over again, Panecaldo said: "If the same situation presented itself, 1 would do what we did if the cir- cumstances were the same." Reflecting on his four years, Oakley felt that the council could not have done so much if the peo- ple had not support(/d the mem- bers. "I'm proud of what's happened to this town over the past four years and I'm proud of the people that helped by participating," he said. "The council just planted the seed. It was the people who carried it out." Oakley was one of the more out- spoken council members over the past term. Oakley many times found himself as the lone dis- senting vote, as was the case last week in hiking utility deposits. "I try to use my own judgement. I feel people put me in here to ex- press my views and I do it. It's as simple as that," he explained. Oakley is philosophical about the controversy surrounding the issues before this council. "'Any time you have growing pains, PUBLIC NOTICE BUTTE COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given by the Butte County Planning Commission that public hearings will be held on Wednesday, February 20, 1980, at 7:30 p.m., in the Butte County Board of Supervisors' Room, Butte Livestock tax distributed State Controller Ken- neth Cory today an- nounced the payment of $7,405 to Butte County in partial reim- bursement for income lost through State- mandated reduction of the Livestock Head- matter, you should do so promPtly so that your writ- ten response, if any, may be filed on time. * The word "complaint" includes cross - complaint, "plaintiff" includes cross- complainant, "defendant" includes cross - defehdant, singular includes the plural and masculine i.ncludes fem- inine and neuter. A written pleading, including an an- swer, demurrer, etc., must be in the form required by the California Rules of Court. Your original plead- ing must be~ filed in this court with proper filing fees and proof that a copy there- of was served on each plain- tiffs attorney and on each plaintiff not represented by an attorney. The time when a summons is deemed served on a party may vary depend- ing on the method of serv- ice. For example, see CCP RATES41310 through 415.40: p,m. The People of the State of California: lief demanded in the corn- ning thence at right angles County Administration plaint, which could result in Northward on the East line Day Tax. garnishment of wages, takin~ of W.H. Conway's land to Fine pearls are obtained Center, 25 County Center from an inedible oyster of Drive, Oroville, California, Cory said the payment of money or property or the NorthEastcornerefthe tho genus Meleagrina that regarding the following: represented one-half of other relief requested in the said W.H. Conway land to complaint the place of beginning lives in warm parts of the Item Determined to be Cate- the reimbursement Pacific. Edible oysters never gorically Exempt from En- claimed for reduction b. If you wish to seek the Situated in W.l/2 of N.W?/4 of produce valuable pearls~ vironmental Review. in livestock head-day advice of an attorney in this Section 16, Tp-17 NR. 4 E. 1. Arthur E. Pilot - Vari- M.D.B.&M. taxes during the 1978-79 And you are hereby noti- fied that, unless you so ap- pear and answer, the Plain- tiff will apply to the Court for the relief demanded in the complaint, to wit: That it be adjudged that the Plain- tiff is the owner of said prop- erty in fee simple absolute; that her title to said prop- erty be established and quieted; that the Court as- PUBLIC NOTICE ..... S U-M-MAR-Y ...... PROCEEDINGS [he Butte County Board ol Superwsors look the follow. ing action at their meetmg held on January 15, 1980: Adopted resolution forming the Private Indusu ial Coun cil. Approved CE TA compute~ certain and determine all acquisition. Approved CE IA estate, rights, titles, inter- training contract to be pre- ests and claims in and to pared with Chico State Urli. said property, every part versity. Approved no cost thereof, .whether the same acquisition Of automatic be legal or equitable, pro- rifles for Sheriffs Depart- sent or future, vested or contingent, and whether the same consists of mortgages or liens of any description; that Plaintiff recover his costs hereiri and have such other and further relief as may be met in the prem- ises. You may seek ttle advice of an attorney in any matter connected with the corn- rnenl. Approved purchase of programmable calculator to9 Welfare Department. Ap- proved bL,~lget transfers. Approved contract amend- ment for Crisis Intervention program. Approved public health items. Approved Public Works items. Adopted resolution authorizing exe- cution of Program Supple ance to allow a garage 40 ft. from the centerline of Social Hall Rd. on property zoned "A-2" (General) located on the southwest corner of Dewsnup Ave. and Social Hall Rd., identified as AP 21-132-51, Gridiey. The above mentioned ap- plications, petitions, maps, draft environmental impact reports and/or negative re- ports are on file and avail- able for public viewing at the office of the Butte Coun- ty Planning Department, 7 County Center Drive, Oro- ville, California. Environ- mental Impact Reports are also available at college and county libraries. BUTTE COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION BETTYE BLAIR Director of Planning Publish: Feb. 8, t980 (The Gridley Herald) fiscal year which ended June 30, 1979, plus any Drought Emergency Relief the county may have qualified for dur- ing the year. Butte County's pay- ment was part of a distribution to 49 coun- ties which will total $1,865,283 when the final payments are made next April. This includes $65,695 for Drought Emergency , relief. The reimbursements were based on claims by each county showing the amount of tax in- come lost due to the livestock tax reduction. rev you're bound to have problems. This council had had more con- troversial matters in the past, but we've dealt with them the best way you know how. For every person liking what you do, you have another that doesn't like it." Panecaldo and Oakley see Gridley growing in the future, but added they did not want it to become larger than about a 6,000 population. "I hope we can keep the home- town atmosphere," Panecaldo said. Oakley added, "Gridley is pro- gressing out of the dormant stage and into today. We have a bright future." As for the future council mem- bers, Panecaldo cautioned that they should not expect things to go smoothly immediately. "It's going to take them a good year to find out the workings of city govern- ment. They should take that into consideration and proceed cau- tiously." Oakley hopes the council con- cerns itself with the future more than the present. "Think of how your actions would affect the future of Gridley, don't think in short-term solu- tions, think of long-range an- swers." Letter to the Editor To the Editor: 1 have removed my name from the list of applicants for the Gridlcy Planning Commission. "By delaying a decision regarding these appointments, the City Council is creating a situation that could delay public hearings, and jeopardize the finalization of the General Plan and zoning of Gridley. "Studies to expand the commission can be made later. The present size of the Planning Commission would not preclude further appoint- ments. Timely appointments ensure quorums. "Please help me encourage the council !o get the ball rolling. I am not retiring from public participation. I shall continue to attend Plan- ning Commission meetings as a citizen and hope to continue to work positively for Gridley. Sincerely, Nor= Wiley IS IT SPRING? ment # 12 to Master Agree- All Persons unknown plaint or this summons ...... mont. Adopted resoluhon A , , claiming any right, title, :~ucn attorney snail De con .... LODGE" ...... authorDzmg execuhon of .-.. ~ervI~estate, lien or interest in suheoprompuysotnatyour Program Supplement #13 to OWNER the real property described pleading may be filed or Ma~,ter AerP.eme ut o REIET()| ............... nt. A h- Pe. Remo~e in the complaint adverse to entered, within, the bme re-. Hzed Pubhc~ Works to Issue ales, fully ins. Plaintiff's ownership or any qulred by this summons i " ...... m han' '"th bu Idmg permH to Manthe~ Wl/iNI-b,~ y O anoe IPIil3-8461 cloud upon Plaintiff's title _ Tmlber Company. Held NOR"-O-R~HB~~,- w)',OROYILL~[thereto, Defendants, GREET- seal of the Court _ nearLig" ~ on u~" uevore~" "" ~r~,,s-~T,~ INGS: DATED: December 2~ LODGE ,L 1979 , Abandonment ofdrainage No. 230, F&AM ~[~' ....... You are hereby notified to ............ easement Paradise Pmes, (.;LARR ANt::LbUIN ............. .:~ appear and file a written Meets Second T uescf,.~ - .... " .... ' I~IO. lZ LOt 1Zl:) Pleio near- i~nltorlal pleading in response to the uutte uounry L;lerK . ' . . . each month at 8:00 p.m. ......... VE mg on notice of intention to Ind Residential complaint of MARY S. CON- ~y" i~ j Mu~)~r(u Dr. Adrian Sears ' Worshipful Master p yue rldows/Floors WAY, aka SERGIA CON- De' ui ""1 rk abandon Durham Cemetery .......... F b 1 and dedicate as a Pioneer C.A. Miller, Secretary r~l Insured WAY, Plaintiff, filed with the vuollsn: Jan. 115, Zb" e LIIlllhllLrhamClerk of the above-entitled 8 1980 ' ' Memorml Park..Adopted ~k~-32"~.1"'" Court and County, within' ""' "ridl Heral~' resolution in appreciationof ~h thirty days after this sum- Line ~ ey o) Robert Paulus, county fire Post 5731, VFW & Auxiliary warden Made appointments Meets 1st & 3rd Notice to to El Medio F,re District. Thurs. each month. bKIULLT HI:HALO tocomply with conditions to Bert I. Frates, Commander ' ~ ~IID(2tPDII~I:I~(~ use permit within 14 days. George Deaner, Adjutant ~IP U B, JP ~PliO 1151 U ik, It ~IP H m eld hear g on James ].Lorraine Deaner, President ADDRESS CHANGES~, Clanton pr oposed negative Sue Tokuno, Sec.-Treas. _.~ . ---'." declaration and amendment uecause of me increasing I, ORES- Quota Thrift Shop to General Plan Land Use WORLD WAR I high cost of address Element map, Oroville.No. 1198 and AUXILIARY-" neher Budget Shopping changes by the Pest Office, Board opposed to violence Meets on the 2nd Wednesday ur ~ervice - it would be greatly ap. of any kind directed against of each month, 10 to 2 M0n.-Sat. 12:30 p.m. - Potluck 846-2092 (10-1 Thurs.) , " any pe, son or persons. preclated If you would in- , AT IEST' 550 Spruce SL f0fm uS of a move It now c 1:3o p.m - Regular meeting LARK A NELSON Oley S. Heltzel, Commander costs 25c per change and (R.nr j n t v 'IR., ~ r k- R~'- 'with a mailing list of nearly corclerand'~:oiflcio Ethel Mathews, President , Y O. 011 046-249 '4,000it iseasy for that cost Clerk of the Butte hacieLme Of Trees.Fruit, G to mount up... So, if you County, Board of NO. 210 ridley TV f a bupervlsors The American Legion meets will. let us...... know o ~''1i h ....... ~, "" 4,~)10~"~1~"!~O 559 KENTUCKY I-'UO S : reD. l~J~o at 8:00 p.m. on the third STREET cnange, we Will oe grateul. (The Gridley Herald) Tuesday of each month at Lou Radley, Commander ' r .X Fillmore The Right R Gridley, No. 1594~ ~ Complete and ~ 2275 Highway 99E~ ~. partial coverage ~ ~ Phone 846-4610 " GRIDLr( M available...call ~ I~.2nd & 4th V~ednesdays SEPTIC TANK ~ for details and~li~i~i ~. Gov. TonyAirba 068-5714 ~ advice.Low cost. ~ ! ~. Sec. Gary Carnes " 846-4610 SEWER LINE CLEANING ~ I ORDER OF EASTERN STAR Ill/I..nn.. 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