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SaShes Milton is confined to the after undergoing major operation. George Jr. and Tex Bigby are re- rtecl to be much improved and tiotm to return 'ome T , ed Smith will be hospitalized m an Francisco for some time Yet, thugh Charlotte reports he is getting along OK. 4 VISITS MOTHER AND FRIENDS AFTER LONG ABSENCE EAST Mrs. Marjorie Cervelli of New- ark, Conn., flew into Portland, n where she met her mother,  Sally Purcell, and will visit Lt their Crescent Mills home ior the next couple of month. Mrs. P-Welli is a former resident of the Valley and is renewing acquain taces With old friends many here. er husband, in the submarine rVice and has been shipped out r overseas dtlty, Oo LATE TO SLASSIFY IR SALE--1940 Packard 4-door lan; good condition. Only $310. "131-ton M)tor.Sales phone 90-M, I Cal00. ' 177 SPONSORSHIP OF DUMP; FRANKIE ALBERT TO VISIT County Health Officer Morley was the principal speaker at the R,,Jtary Luncheon yesterday, when the problem of the community trash dump was discussed. The information was given by thc committee that the Club had completed its agreement to pro- vide a dumping ground up until July 15, and had discharged its obligation to the owners of the former dump area. It was announced that Frankie Albert of fotball fame, now the publicity head for Golden State Ltd., will attend a joint _meeting of the Rotary and 20-30 Clubs in Greenville on Tuesday evening, July 5, and all members were ad- vised to bring interested guests to the session. Stationers' supplies of all kinds can always be procured from or through The Record office! P. K. Dederick invented s con- tinuous form of hay press in 1872. Dependable and Accurate Prescription Service-- Also Fo Service - Cards - Candles - Newspapers O O O 'MOST EVERYTHING YOU'D EXPECT TO FIND IN A MODERN DRUG STOREI 0 O0 - GREENVILLE DRUG STORE CARL FURRER, OWNER Telephone  86-M-2 Postoffice Building WAYNE/CRABTREE AND THE MISSOURIANS APPEARING M VIRGILIA THE POLITICAL PARADE By Clem Whitaker, Jr. Today in the great American l- itical arena, even the experts are finding it difficult to determine for which team the players are pack- ing the ball---the fact that Demo- crat is stenciled across some shirt fronts and Republican on others notwithstanding. It has become a common sight to see Democrats working hand in gIove with Republicans o stymie the "fair deal" and protect "free enterprise"--just as some Repub- licans are bound and determined to out deal the "fair deal." Ist year Senator John W. Bricker, ,Republican of Ohio, sug- gested that it might not be a bad idea for some of the Nation's poli- ticians to switch jerseys o .the public and political parties both might know who was on which team. Not too long ago Senator Hubert H. Humphrey, Democrat of Minnesota, seconded the idea and called on those Republicans espousing the Democratic plat- form to join the Bourbon ranks and further suggested that those Democrats who insist on voting against the "fear deal" join up with the COP. Al.ong the same lines. Senator Richard B. Russell, Democrat of Georgia, has predicted that con- servative Republicans and Demo- crats, in the foreseeable future, will forge a new "Constitutional Party" in a drastic political re- alignment. The hub of Senator Russell's idea is that the traditionally con- servative Solid South should for- sake the "fair deal" Democrats and team up with the Republicans who, in turn, should purge their ranks of "me-toners." It is significant, politicos con- cede, that Senator Russell, South- ern choice as Democratic nominee opposing President Truman at the 1948 cnventian--is the first prom- inent _southern ..congressman .-to broach the merger of conserva- tives thought. It is a salient point, too, that the "fair dealers" been dealt defeat in their effort: this year to take over the South ern Democrats. Aoocrding to elec- tion analysts, the Southern Demo- crats view the defeat of Senator Pepper of Florida and Senator Graham of orth Carolina--both Truman stalwarts--as the most important elections in 2 decades. Don't depend on word ol moutk to spread tin news. We've a better planl Whether you plan to run out ou aH the $mm mid td it to a justice of the peace .. bovo , #m minqs from cascading veil to bride's  announcements is the correct thing to Quality announcemenls, wedding lnvifloll lion cards and informls await you ]lee,  cost. Strathmore quality paper used exchmively, cp, fleJ d livery assured. Won't you come by and brown through our handsome sample book? IT'S H GIFT! \\; ,4 coy o/the Bride's booklet con/ains a wealth o/ iu/orm,ztlon abott wedding eHqnetIc . . . Wont you come in ]or it oou? THE PRINTERS OF PLUMAS Telephone 39-M Greenville, Calif. THE WEATHER Fairer and warmer, with or without occasional thunderstorms and snow flurries, is the official prognostication for the next cou- ple of months . . . Don't forget that the fire hazard is on the in- crease along with water consmp- tion: . . . Watch your fire and be saving on the water: Tempera- tures for the past week are: July 6 ........................ 46 90 July 7 .... ... ................. 48 88 July 8 .... .. - ................. 42 85 July 9 ........................ 42 80 July 10 ........................ 52 78 July 11 ........................ 42 84 July 12 46 9O 4-H CLUB MEMBERS TOUR SIERRA VALLEY JULY 9 FRIDAY Contrary to general thinking on the subject, some politicos insist PIumas and Sierra County 4-H that the major political realign- Club members met at Portola July ment being championed by Sen 9 r the start of a tour of Sierra SATURDAY ;o,, Bricker, Humphrey " Valley. Over 100 people attended sell would have substantial this tour to visit the agricultural SUNDAY projects carried l the young- sters of the Sierra Valley Club at Vinton and Sierra County Club at Loyalton and Sierraville. A pet- luck lunch was held at the 4-H Club Picnic grounds on the Fred Guidici ranch on Little Last Chance Creek. The following pro- jects were visited: Richard and Douglas lay, Portola, beef cattle. Richard Elorza, Beckwourth. poul- try, Jean. Robert and Richard Ma- dalena, Beclvwourth, beef cattle Charles Dromiak, Gerald and Ro- berts Knobel. David Goss, Law- rence, Raymond and Louis Davies of Vinton, beef cattle, Frank and Edward Hood, beef and hogs, Stan ley Gourdin, hgs at Chilcoot; Ja- nice Chandler. Dolores Saralegui, Bob and John Genasci, Guilio and Donald Vanetti. Loyalton, beef cattle; Gary Koffard, Brenda. Richard and Donald Springsteen, Sierraville, beef cattle and Judy Strang. Sierraville, beef cattle tnd guide dog. Mr. Alton Young, Farm Advisor of Quincy announces that 65 4-H Club members and leaders will at- tend the ,Plumas-Lassen-M)doc Counties 4-H Club camp at Lake Tahoe beginning Monday, July 17, and ending Saturday, July 22. The camp is located at the University of Nevada camp ground at State Line, Nevada. Club members will have a full week of activities, in- cluding swimming, craft square dancing, camp-fire pro- grams, boat rides and stunts. Those who have signed up to attend include Donald Carroll, Darlene Williams, Dickie Fuller Mary Alice Bidwell, Dolores Wherry, Dol)res Ranson, Vivlan and Wilma Wiley and Frances Sa- bala of the Indian Valley 4-H Club. CHEVRON SERVICE STATION G. M. (Bill)Wolbert 0 0 0 --Featuring-- ELECTRIC AND ACETYLENE WELDING o O o Your Patronage Is Invitedl Phone 7-M-I - Crescent Mills accepmce. They cite, for ple, that the Democrats Lucas, "fair deal" zealot of Illinoil and Harry Byrd, sincere conserv ative of Virginia, have no more business being members of- the same political party than do Re- publicans Morse of Oregon and Taft of Ohio. It's doubtful that a political rev- otut?)n is in the immediate offing, however--no matter how good an idea it might be. Most observers lean to the belief that the most that could come of the current sit- uation would be fr the Republi- cans to start winning a few south- ern states and for a few GaP ren- egades to switch party affiliation. Staplers, staples, typewriter rib- bons, carbon papers, legal forms, printed signs, commercial station- ery available at the ReOord offio Always cross the bridqe to Virqilia EVERYONE HAS FUN! THE BEST IN FOOD AND MIXED IPMNKS CAFE UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Week-end Specials - Prawns - Chicken Dinners TODAY TO THE MOST OUTSTANDING AND INFORMATIVE NEWSPAPERS IN NORTHEAST CALIFORNIA THE INDIAN VALLEY RECORD THE CHESTER PROGRESSIVE O coiVIMERCIAL PRINTING DEPARTMENT FEATURES THE ONLY ONLY TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION CARD IN PLUMAS COUNTYI" See us for your stationery, posters, ruled forms, rubber stmnps, typewriter db]:K>rm, carbon paper, stationers" supplies, etc., etc. All may help through your The Lost is Found By Our Want Ads When you lose 'n" serU, Tk Don't Sy Lost Lone THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1950 ,=.O'JP, INO@.o. " .sVlaOS lIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIII Kelley's Commercial REFRIGERATION Sales and Service 900 Small Street Susunville Phone 85-W-4 P.O. Box 44 OR LEAVE CALLS AT GREENVILLE PHONE 39-M OllSIlIlIIHSSiIlllnIIIII 0000ANOUNO A reader from New Jersey writes: "I expect to spend some weekends at the seashore this summer, and would like to catch a few salt water fish. I have a nine-foot, six-ounce bass fly rod, automatic reel, and 25 yards of size E level nylon line. Would lhis outfit be suitable for taking any of the ocean fish?" By all means. You have just the right rig for catching various inshore roving species on flies and spinners. This is being verified to a greater extent every season, as more anglers on both the Atlantic and Pacific coasts use fly rods for salt water fish- ing. You'll find that weakfish, mackerel, flounders, shad, striped bass, bluefish, salmon, pompano, bonefish and snook are among those that strike flies and inners. The sport they furnish on e light rod will thrill you to the core, and sharply test your skill. In the Chesapeake Bay region, for instance, you can take striped bass on a yellow streamer fly in combination with a nickel spinner, The bass also like feather minnows and bright- colored floating bugs. In San Fran- cisco Bay the stripers go for brvht salmon flies  such as a Royal Coach- man tied on a 3/0 size long-shank hook. You work this fly in shallow water as the tide rises, making a rapid retrieve in jerky fashion. There is quite a bit of useful dope on taking ocean fish by fly rod tactics in 01d Hi's booklets "Salt Water Sports Fishing" and the new "Pacific Coastal Fishing." You my have free copies by sending a post card to me in care of this newspaper. These illus- trated books contain information on tackle, methods and lures to use in catching the Iarge and small game fish along the American and Cana- dian coastlines. During the warm water day mmuner when the fish of lakes and deep rivers stay in the spring-fed depths, you earl often improve your results by taking the temperature of the water, near bottom, with either a lake or stream thermometer as the case demands. This lets you know at what level to troll or still fish, pa ticularly in midday when game fl have left the shallows. This is when you nemi a flashy spirming lure or huninotm wobblers. When you go out for northern pike and walleyes this season, b sure to have some June Bug spinners, fluted spoons with feathered hooks, striped spoons and scale-finish plugs in the trays of your tackle kit, These are favorite stand-bys. For many other fish-taking suggestions of this nature, ask for your free copy of Old Hi's fresh water booklet entitled "Fishing For The Millions." It contains many provide domestic woter provide iuiostion water