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Sor(00ptimist Plumas Car Sales how .&apos; t Over $3 Million , In Three Months Nov. 10, 1:30 p.m., in the girls SACRAMENTO - (CNS) - An gym at the Greenville High School all-time record sales high for new is the time and place of the Sor- car dealers dm:ing the April-June I optimist' Fall Fashion Show. quarter of 1962 boosted Califor- I Plumas County, California T,,v  ..... I-,,,. [ The Chester Progreue laA 1..aAIC:lll],JtlUll ] Thursday, Oct. 11, 1962 J 1963 DOG MCESE Total 1 299000 IcA;--.--d-- -- - ...... -,, r ..... I The case Raibley vs. Hollings- o,r,,lm, - t.oJ - lworth, having to do with pro- I paid by total of $1,299,000 worth of pro-[posed sale of property in Green- .................................................................................................... petty in Plumas County is exemptl ville, w a s argued in Superior I from taxation for 1962 through/Curt in Quincy Monday, and Address .................................................................................................... the church colle,e - ^1" ..... .,]was taken under advisement by . , , ., w.a, u! Bertram D. Janes, judge of the veterans exemptions, me statel court. An interesting afternoon is promised, with fashions galore, special prizes and perhaps some surprises. Price of admission is $1.25. Call any Soroptimist member for tick- ets. All proceeds will go to the club Service Fund. Miss Fay Roberts spent the Week end with her parents, Mr. ad Mrs. Elmer Roberts. Fay is attending beauty college in Sac- ramento. A For HALLOWEEN k CANDIES "k CARDS "k PARTY FAVORS * MASKS * COSTUMES Shop at CHESTER VARIETY Easi Main Streei lew .Items in Stock every week! Till ) HOMELITE C NEW,omtm TO PTATION HOMELITE C OOliVllITIILl OlllVl CHAIN SAW THE POWER HOUSE Highway 40-A North Phone Quincy 400 nia's retail sales to $6,455,567,000, I up nearly 10 per cent from the I $3 [] .................................. )( ................................................................ board of equalization announced. I $5 [] The exemptions included 31  The Albert Norberg f a mily churches, valued at $650,000. spent Sunday in Reno where they In the county, a total o "-171ntMrs.VisitedB. MLaFleur.r s. Norberg's mother, veterans claimed the exemption l. second-quarter record set in 1961.i Plumas County, sharing in the iFor annual tax for the following dog: retail sales increase, reported tax- i able transactions of $3,019,000 for] Name ........................................................................................................ the quarter. This produced $90,- I 570 in the state's 3 per cent sales lColor tax( accounting for .05 per cent of / the state total. It represented aMale ................ [] Female ............ [] Unspayed ........ [] gain of 4.2 per cent from the sea71 and quarter of 1961. I Breed The state board of equalization i said new car dealer sales totaled $817.5 million during the April- June quarter, up 7.3 per cent from I Date he record set in the first quar- " ........................................... ter of this year and 23 per cent higher than last year's second- I iqarter level. Week Proclaimed i Sales of used car dealers kept I pace with the new ones, withlFor Elnployment Of nearly $100 million sold by them. [ r-I-l T T 1. 1 Sales in the two classes of car/lhOse .... ...Wan,,cannen dealers accounted for one-seventh! of all taxable retail sales in the! Chairman William K. Hopkins of the governors committee for Dog Owner on $1,000 in assessed value on a total of $649,000 worth of pro- 'proerty. The average value was $914 per exemption. The board said exemptions on privately owned property for the state totaled $1,620,533,000, an in-! crease of $33 million or 2 per cent I J from a year ago. quarter. Statewide gains were recordec in each of the three major busi- ness categories. Retailers' sales were up 10.5 per cent, expanding faster than those of non-retails for the third consecutive quarter. Taxable transactions by manufac- turing, wholesaling, contracting and miscellaneous outlets jumped 8 per cent, and those of business and personal services rose 6 per cen from 1961. Taxable sales of 21 classes of retailers mounted above the state average, while 15 other classes made lesser gains. Four classes of business, drug stores, station- cry and books, tobacco stores, and fuel and ice dealers, showed de- clines from a year ago. Highway Users Tax Received by County SACRAMENTO- (CNS) - Plu- mas County received $33,980 as its share of the September distri- bution of highway users taxes State Controller Alan Cranston announced today. The apportionment during Sep- ternber for the state was $33,- !141,516, up 5.3 per cent from a year ago. Of the total, $20,616,873 went employment of the handicapped has proclaimed Oct. 7-13 as Em- ploy the Physically Handicapped Week in California. By act of Congress the first full week of October is observed nationally each year to highlight a year- round program encouraging em- ployers to hire the handicapped. Hopkins, who is director of in- dustrial relations for Columbia Pictures, Hollywood, said, "Gover- nor Edmund G. Brown has point- ed out the challenge to us all-- to provide job opportunities for all handicapped men and women who are able to work, thus utiliz- ing all of California's resources." Irving H. Perluss, California di- rector of employment, reported that his agency placed 21,592 phy- sically handicapped men and wo- men in jobs during 1961, and that the rate of handicapped place- ments has increased considerably [in recent months. creasing comm[mity acceptance of handicapped workers and the! greater emphasis on aiding these workers through the Department ot Employment's special counsel- ing and placement service," Hop- kins said. C I'IES-T- -RT-HD A Y S Oct. 4 -- Bob Neuman, Rose to the state highway fund for Cozort, Charlotte Smith, Pauline Morris; expenditure on state highways;i Oct. 5 -- Caroline Marie Lee, $8,004,292 was apportioned to counties; and $3,114,346 went to l May Turner, Perry Looney, Bill the cities. The state's general fund K. McCollum; received $1,406,005. [ Oct. 6 -- Albert Hugon, Jodi T h e apportionment included I Benner; $29,859,323 from the gasoline tax,/ Oct. 10  Dolores Lemm, Shir- $1,875,403 from the diesel fuel tax,/ley Prather; $1,406,005 by transfer from the i Oct. 11  Gleta Perry, Charles motor vehicle transportation fund, Bridgmen, Naomi Hill. and $785 from miscellaneous sour- ees. CHESTER ANNIVERSARIES -- Oct. 7 -- Roy and elen Fitz- Exemptions w e r e granted to 1,111,355 veterans, with an asses- sed valuation of $942 million, an average of $848. This was a drop GREENVILLE o 25,000 from 196, the third year in which the number of vet- H. L. MeCaw from San Luis erans increased. Obispo visited his daughter and Property tax exemptions were family Mr. and Mrs. James Weant granted to 14,627 churches with in Greenville for several d a y s 'an assessed value of $246 million last week. and to 125 privately owned col- Mr. and Mrs: Rolland Ellislleges with an assessed value of have return<t to Greenville after I$121 million. spending a week in Twentynine Other organizations received Palms in Southern California exemptions on 4005 properties isi ed h ir dau h with an assessed value of $311 where they v t t e g - ter and family, million, up 11 per cent from 1961. Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas McBeen were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gilbert of Hay- Iward. The Gilberts stopped in Greenville on a return trip from the World's Fair and Mr. went on home leaving Mrs. Gil- bert for a longer visit in Green- ville. He returned for her last Thursday. The Gilberts have con- ducted many services at the First Baptist Church in Greenville and have recently b e e n condacting services in Auburn. Greenville Fire Department was called out about 2:30 Saturday morning to the Keddie lidge Lum- ber Co. when a fire at the plan- ing mill scorched a few timbers. Bea Hall, worthy matron of Greenville, and Zola Rice, wor- thy matron of Westwood, have returned from a visit to Los An- geles where they visited the Eas- tern Star hom e and relatives. Last Thursday the. two officers attended the Eastern Star Grand Chapter meeting in Reno. TV SALES . SERVICE RECORDS This category included 228 hos-I pitals, 2014 charitable institutions, I 575 religious properties other than I churches, and 1198 parochial and l non-sectarian schools. estwood Theatre P. 0. BOX 219 PHONE 258-5811 CHESTER, CALIFORNIA COMPLETE STENOGRAPHIC SERVICE for Clubs - Organizations- Business Forms For Insurance - Legal - Medical - Mining Livestock - Lumber - Merchandising MIMEHI WRITING SERVICE Telephone Answering Service Available let the PLUMAS COUNTY SECRETARIAL SERVICE be your "GIRL FRIDAY" 56 DOD $495 - q Statian Wagon. Low Mileage. 3 Speed. Overdrive. 57 CHEVROLET... $895 Sedan. One Owner. Overdrive. 53 CHEVROLET... $325 Dual Carbs. Sport Coupe Chev- rolet. 60 CORVAIR... $1210 Corvair. New Motor. Stick. 60 CORVAIR $1210 Automatic. Delux; Trim. 56 CHEVROLET.. $995 Nomad Station Wagon. Full Pow- er. Automatic Transmission. 57 PONTIAC .... $895 Leather Interior. Full Power. Just Like New. 56 FORD ...... $595 Hard Top 2-Door Coupe. New In. terior. Full Power. T-Bird Engine. 53 CHEVROLET.. $295 4-Door Sedan. Excellent Trans- portation. 56 FORD ...... $595 Station Wagon. Full Power. T.Blrd Engine. 9 Passenger Wagon. 59 BUICK ..... $1695 2-Door Coupe. Full Power. Ready to Go. 56 MERCURY .... $495 Full Power. New Interior. Good Rubber. SEE OUR OTHER FINE TRANSPORTATION, PRICED FROM $50. S and A Motors, Inc. Quiacy  40 rei!:lls  irr" and:::'Gldre G R A N D O P E N I N G Hunter; Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hall. WINTERIZE DON'T LET YOUR WINTER DRIVING GET SNOWED UNDER It's Time to Change To Snow Tires for safer winter driving. Cost is low here. Come in soon. Headquarters for complete winter tune-up, al check-up. FALL TIRE SALE Snow Tread 670x15 Recap $16.00 exch. Snow Tread 800x14 Recap $17.00 exch. Snow Tread 710x15 New $19.00 exch. Snow Tread 750x14 New Tubeless $19.00 axch. Snow Tread 850x14 New t $20.00 exch. Snow Tread 800x15 New $22.50 oxclL New 6-Ply 650x16 Mud & Snow $35.00 Tube Type 670x15 2nd Nylon $!5.00 750x14 Economy Cap ' $12.00 760x15 Economy Oap $13.50 670x15 Economy Cap $12.00 SPORTSLAND MOBILE SERVICE | EAST MAIN ST.' -- 0FFTER I SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13 YARN YARDAGE NOTIONS INFANTS WEAR TOYS SCHOOL SUPPLIES COSMETICS SUNDRIES GIFTS CHESTER'S COMPLETE SEWING CENTER FREE KNITTING CROCHETING and EMBROIDERING CLASSES FREE Gifts FOR THE LADIES D CHILDREN C']he 00otion 6-00ouse West Mam Street-- Chester BETTY RUTHIER PLUMAS SECRETARIAL SERVICE Wednesday, October 17 COLOSSUS OF RHODES WEDNESDAY NIGHT IS FAMILY BUCK NIGHT WESTWOOD THEATRE w i I I be open Wed., Fri., & Sat. only II COUNTY all types STEELE'S SUSANVILLE TV Shopping Center 1804 Main Street SUSANVILLE Open 9 an to 9 p.m. Friday and Saturday October 12 and 13 STATE FAIR Pal Boone, Bobby Darin, Tom EwelL Alice Faye