Reno Gazette-Journal from Reno, Nevada on November 19, 1959 · Page 2
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Reno Gazette-Journal from Reno, Nevada · Page 2

Reno, Nevada
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Thursday, November 19, 1959
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2 RENO EVENING GAZETTE NOV. 19, 1959 Name Nevada Entries In 4-H Contest Two outstanding 4-H'ers from Lyon County have qualified for national competition in the Ford Motor Achievement awards for their "all-around achievements' In 1959. They also are eligible to com- Dete for S400 scholarships and a silverware award presented by the president of the United States, according to the state extension office. Jim Terrell, 18, of Wellington, has completed 43 projects during his eight years in 4-H. In 19a6, his breadmaking demonstration won the top award, a $50 U.S. Savings Bond, at the Nevada State Achievement Day, and the following year he was awarded an all-expense trip to the National 4-H Club Congress in Chicago for his entomology project. This year, in addition to the certificate of honor he merited for his achievement project, he won the highest county award in calf showmanship. Terrell is president of two 4-H clubs and an officer in the state 4-H group. A senior at Smith Valley High School, he has played varsity football for three years and was named on the first string of the Western Nevada All-Conference team. During the eight years Miss Burr, 17, of Yerington, has been a member of the Mason Valley South End 4-H Club she has compiled an amazing record. In addtion to the all-expense trip to the 38th National 4-H Club Congress in Chicago Nov. 29-Dec 3, awarded for her achievement rec-ord this year, she has been chosen state delegate to National 4-H Con ference in Washington, D.C. Last year she was state and national clothing achievement win ner, besides receiving top awards for her wool dress and freezing projects on Lyon County Achieve ment Day. Miss Burr has re ceived the county's highest awards In the home improvement, free; lng and beef projects, as well as beef showmanship. A leader in the Cooks of To morrow and R.E.Z. Sewers 4-H Club, she is a senior at Yerington High School. : City Manager Wins Backing LAS VEGAS (AP City Manager Al Kennedy, got a 4 to 1 vote of confidence from the City Commissioners Wednesday. May or Oran Gragson voting no. Some commissioners had questioned Kennedy's ability to continue in his post because of ill health. The city manager was ab sent from work several days this year because of heart attacks. JOYCE BURR AND JAMES TERRELL Nevada Ford Achievement Award Contestants Lift Ban on CBS Radio in Moscow NEW YORK (AP) The Columbia Broadcasting System announced today it has received permission to reopen its Moscow news bureau. The Soviet Union barred the network after lodging a protest against a drama, "The Plot to Kill Stalin," which was carried by CBS-TV Sept. 25, 1958. Complete Mine Transactions SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Y u b a Consolidated Industries, Inc., an nounced Wednesday a two million dollar deal to take over White Canyon Mining Co., owner of uran ium claims, oil and gas leases in Utah. The deal must be approved by shareholders of White Canyon. One share of Yuba, which had a bid price Wednesday of 511.12, would be exchanged for 33 and one-third shares of White Canyon. Chaos, Unwarranted, Damaging National Grange Asks Cranberry Producers Reimbursed for Losses LONG BEACH (AP) The Na tional Grange wants the Agriculture Department or Congress to reimburse the cranberry industry for what it terms "unwarranted i -i i economic cnaos created Dy ine cranberry controversy. As the farm organization ended its 93rd annual session Tuesday some 90 delegates recommended that the Pure Food and Drug Administration and the Agricul ture Department reassure con-; sumers and "restore lost confi dence in the cranberry industry." The uproar started after Arthur Flemming, secetary of health, education and welfare, announced that a weed killer, aminotriazole, used on some cranberry crops has been found to produce cancer in rats. Pending completion of tests on the use of the weed killer, the resolution recommended that its manufacture and distribution be prohibited. It added: "If responsible agency representatives have been aware of this contamination and its serious consequences over quite a period of time, their subsequent action must only be regarded as irresponsible; and extremely damaging to both; consumers and producers." Rites Set Here For Dr. Espinosa Dr. Martin Hill Espinosa died Wednesday in Campbell, Calif. He is survived ty nis widow, Mrs. Edith Espinosa, Campbell, Calif. Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at the home chapel of Ross-Burke Co. The time will be announced later. Burial will be in Lone Mountain! Cemetery in Carson Gty. 50 FREE 50 THANKSGIVING TURKEYS SUNDAY, NOV. 22 8:30 P.M. THE PALACE CLUB BAKED ENAMEL ALUMINUM ROOFING FREE ESTIMATES NO OBLIGATION ALUMA-L0K 1617 B ST. EL 5-9211 LAS VEGAS HOTEL BUILDS ADDITION LAS VEGAS (AP) Another strip hotel started work today on a big expansion program. The Stardust Hotel is building a three-story addition containing 160 rooms and suites. Hotel spokesmen estimated the 1 million dollar construction should be finished by the middle of April. Auburn began 1939 with a string of 24 football wins. The Secret of the Gracious Heart It's not a matter of flattery, nor of sentiment, but there's a way to build up the self-esteem of another human being which will enrich you yourself. Here in December Reader's Digest is a priceless secret which wives, husbands, mothers any human being can apply to another. Pauper Lawyer Denied Request INDIANAPOLIS (AP) The Indiana Supreme Court turned down today a request by Connie Nicho las for a pauper attorney to handle her appeal from a manslaughter conviction. The Indianapolis double di vorcee was found guilty last gpnng in the pistol slaying of her married lover of 15 years, wealthy drug company executive Forrest Teel. He had been dating another woman- Trial Judge Thomas J. Faul- coner immediately ordered the 45-year-old brunette into his court Monday for commitment to the Indiana Woman's Prison. Her sen tence is 2 to 21 years. fpom JOB Sluggers Are 'TOPS" For Active Boys cffho SLUGGER' Toughest I I w mi it -j Sizes 10-2 $8.95 Sizes 2V2-6 ... $10.95 SLUGGER also available in 8" Boots Sizes 10-2 $10.95 Sizes 212-6 . . . $12.95 JOE'S mmm mmms vifTinn 0 11 10 FRIDAY NIGHT FAMILY NIGHT Open 'til 9 p.m. K Ira adloom air mam From the looms of Mohawk - lovely "Pace" 100 wool carpeting with new deep down beauty . . . luxury loomed weave to point up your furnishings with exquisite beauty. Comes in nine decorator colors to harmonize with your decor. 1 2 and 1 5 ft. widths - installed tackless over rubber top pad-long wearing-packed with value. Stop in soon and see our wide selection of floor coverings - see how easily you can dress up your home for the coming Holidays. S95 Sq. Yd. Installed Tackless Over Rubber Top Pad y l I Antique Satin Ready-Made DRAPERIES Beautiful antique satin draperies to complement your home. Ready made for your convenience. See them soon at our Drapery department in 4 lovely shades white, pink, nutmeg and seafoam. Guaranteed for one year. 84" Long Single Width . VA Width ... Double Width 2V2 Widths . . 795 13'5 229S Now ... You Can Be Sure YOU LOOK YOUR LOVELIEST DELUXE PLATE GLASS DOOR MIRRORS To assure you of tip to toe good grooming . . . these door mirrors are a luxurious convenience for your home. Easy to install . . . You'll want to buy several at this low, low price. 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