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PROGRESSIVE SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1950 BEG/- ) lb. bear with the size, appearance of a been killing sheep near Bogm'd Ranger BLuce Barrett re- Week. luck Stephens ranch, !above Bogard, six cal- allen under the huge ' rnurd,erous claws and under trealznent for serious scratches. There is also evidence that the bear has lcilled a number of deer. A state txp- per has been sent to Bogard to destloy the animal. The big beast's tracks measure Mne inches, and the persmL who have seen him are seriously con- sidering the poibLli, ty that the mrimal is a griz211y. Althonglh griz- zaies are extremely rare in this region, they have been know-n to appear, Barren said. "I got a good look at him the other night. He's a heck of a bag bear," the ranger decl ured. COMPLETE OVERHAUL SERVICE P,AES SATISFACTION GUAAN ILEL DODGE and PLYMOUTH SALES AND SERVICE ER RIVER GARAGE TIRES TEXACO SERVICE CALIFORNIA Teams Vie In 20-30 Ball Tourney at WW Annual 20-30 invitational soft- ball tournament is scheduled to start this Friday night at the Westwood AFL ball park, spon- soredb y the Westwood 20-30 club. Twelve teams are expected to compete, from Westwood, Ches- ter, Susanville, Iierlong, Quincy and gieber. l,'irs game is scheduled to starl at 6:15 p,m, tonight (Friday). Folimving rounds will be played at 1O a,m,, 2:3U aid 7 p,m, Sat- re'day and Sunday at 1 p.m. and t; for tim ehalnpionship. a tree dance will be held Sat. urday nigbl at Westwood audito- rium, in connection with *he tourney. Music will be by COUr- tesy of the American Federation I of Musicians. Refreshments will[ be served, and a Remington .30-06 I rifle and other prizes will be / given away. crew equipment.., location welding equipment... survey tools. tQIl#l, al *slgl lioo FT. ovclui PiP[ FL Of||| L|||ICA|T$ nOAO OIL |llt$1fi[| OiL s&l|| 4eDe |AaON$ 15| ||ml U.mDa||ltg SANOLIN! lUCI CAIIL| 7HI} fl. |S,ON FI. }(HI LIB. IAitl||$ IH Tills and thirty two men who are fields--law, geology, engineer. g, trucking, carpentry, derrick mechanics and so forth. One completed oil derrick whh ",dl its diesel engine hits, fishing tools, reamers and other equipment. to drill an oil well? Here's all you need y be ell under your backya:rd... You m;ght as wdi face the i- da' it take a bit o dhag to find out= shows all the men and needed to drill one lO,O004oot well here in the United States. cost will be anywhere from $125,000 depending on conditions en-. oil be found? Even with the best help only about one out of every exploratory wells drilled "come in." search for oil is a risky, expensive but it goes on every day in many the world. In 1949 alone, we drilled exploratory wells at a cost of $6,85,000 ' six striking oil. ., great share of the profits of Standard goes back into the business in _ ... and in b'dldi new" refineries, new pipefines, new storage plant and other faciiifie Fom these come good petroieum prod'uc to serce you well . . o petroleum prcduct. to add still more strength to out nation  the uncertain days ahead. PAID POLITICAL ADVT. An Editorial from the "Oroville Mercury," dated June 16, 1950: "NOT A POLITICIAN "People will be watching the run-off election for sheriff of Plumas County. It will be be. tween Sheriff Schooler and E. H. err. The primary found them very c 1 o s e  Schooler leading Orr by 21 votes. A third candidate got 250, which beat Schooler out of a victory. "Schooler has earned the op- position of the "liberal" vote. He seems to have taken his oath of office seriously and re- 9axdieqs of p o I i t i c a I cause. quences. For xample, he raid- ed a prominent resort less than two weeks before plmarv election day and seized a hall a dozen slot machines. All through his four-year term he has taken them as he tound them, regardless of pull or in- fluence. . "The good people of Plum as will have to get down to work i! they are going to keep that kind of a sheriff. "May be important too, for there are rumors that a hand of Crooks of national impor. tance are scanning a resort on the Feather River in Plumas with the idea of making it their California headquarters." \\; Meeting of tile Chester cham- ber of commerce has been post- poned from Sept. 1 because of Labor Day holiday, to Friday, Sept. 8. It will be at the justice hall. We Schulz Atomic Plant Engineer Wallace W. Schulz, known to all his friends as "Wally," left Aug." 22 for Richland, Wash., xhere he will enter the services of the General Electric company as a chelrist in the research sec- tion. General Electric manages die Hanford plutonium works for tllc atomic energy commission. Wally graduated from West- wood high school in 1943 and served in the U. S. army from 1944 to 1946. He married Dorothy Snook in 1947 and they have a - small son, aged 20 months. He graduated with honors from the University of Nevada in 1949 and went on to receive his master of science degree in 1950. Mrs. Schulz and son are i.:t Westwood at the present "time, but wilt join Wally as soon as he is settled in his new position. All their friends join in wishiRg them every success. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ENGAGE IN THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES August 7, 1950 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that fifteen days after the date posted, the undersiqned proposes to sell alcoholic beveraqes at these premises, described as tallows: One-fourth mile west of Chester, oa Highway 36. Pursuant to such intention, the under- signed is applying to the State Board el Equalization for issuance on oriqinal apPli- cation of an alcoholic beverages license for these premises as follows: ON F;ALE BEER, Aao.e desirina to protest the issuance of such license may file a verified protes with the State Board of Equalization at : Sacramento, California, stating grounds for denial as provided by law. The prer- ises are not now licensed for the sale of alcoholic beveraAiRY--- KAN WONG HIN LUN LEE THE SPORTSMEN'S CLUB FEATURES DANNY ROSE and RONNIE PETERS ENTERTAINING YOU NIGHTLY EXCEPT TUESDAYS SPECIALIZING IN SEA FOOD AND STEAK DINNERS Broiled Lobster - French Fried Prawns Abalone Steaks PHONE 2251 CHESTER. CALIF.