Reno Gazette-Journal from Reno, Nevada on May 3, 1969 · Page 10
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Reno Gazette-Journal from Reno, Nevada · Page 10

Reno, Nevada
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Saturday, May 3, 1969
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10-Saturday, May 3, 1969 Reno Evening Gazette City Traffic System Adopted in RENOvation RENOvation trustees have adopted a city traffic system-leaving one-way streets in the same direction they are now to be used by their downtown planners. The system is one of three devised by corporation consul tants in conjunction with the downtown development project. A tenative traffic proposal, which would have reversed the Circus Circus Elects President LAS VEGAS (AP) - Owners of Circus Circus Casino, which was nearly closed by the Nevada Gaming Commission, have elected Las Vegas builder Stanley Mallin to replace Jay Sarno as president and chairman of the board. The commission granted Tuesday night an extension of the gambling license until May 31 after Sarno announced his resignation. The casino would have closed Wednesday. direction of Sierra and Center streets, was presented tor public consideration several months ago. Primadonna Club owner Ernest Primm, who owns much Sierra Street property, objected The system selected leaves Sierra Street south and Center Street north. It provides for Ralston, Clay and Arlington on the west as through routes and a bridge across the Truckee River. The plan moves Arlington into Flint and Lander, connects Hol-comb with Evans and makes First and Second, Fourth and Fifth streets one-way couplets. Regional Planning Director Richard Allen says the adopted system conforms to a Truckee Meadows Urban Transportation Study presented several months ago. Other plans would have ne cessitated changes in the planned freeway structure and off-ramp construction, Allen says, and this would have created delay. The system adopted by Bargain Hour Mon.-Sat. Sf 1-2 PM All Seats X. Children 75c W trustees was recommended by the Nevada Highway Depart ment after intensive study. Allen says San Francisco planners Livingston and Blay ney are working on a summary report of work done for RENO- Gun Discharges Accidentally; Woman Injured A Reno woman suffered minor injuries Thursday when a shot gun discharged while she was cleaning her home. Police said Dede Ellison, 56, of 647 Calley Road, was moving the rifle from a closet when it went off. The woman was not struck by the pellets, but her hand was cut when it be came wedged between the trig ger and the trigger guard. The woman was treated at Washoe Medical Center and later released. fCfllNESe FOOPl ana mntun wumnv SHARON HOUSE of Reno Closed Monday! 565 Moona 321-4451 SHARON HOUSE of Virginia City Open 7 Days a Week Phono 882-5711 vation to date. That report is scheduled for submission to trustees by July 15. After that, trustees are expected to ask Reno councilmen to make application for urban renewal feasibility study money to continue the project. During a corporation meeting Friday, trustees discussed plans for the appearance of George Romney, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development secretary, at a $50-a-plate dinner on behalf of RENOvation May 16. Jaycees Meet In Convention ELKO (AP) - Elections of new officers and a move to allow the state prison chapter a proxy vote are scheduled during the Nevada State Jaycees Convention this weekend in Elko. Lynn Baker of Las Vegas and RETURNS New York Life Insurance field underwriter Arthur E. Kess has returned from a convention in New York City. Kess qualified for the trip by placing the larg est volume of insurance business over an established quota. He was the only man from Northern Nevada to qualify. MAY DAY DANCE featuring GENE SALERNO Sat., May 3rd, 9 PM 'til? Family Style Dinner 6 P.M. - 8 P.M. FREE! MIDNIGHT FREE! BUFFET 301 E. 4th Street Corner 4th and Evans 323-7203 - Reno rw3 -h All the dramatic power.. .all the magnificent spectacle of the best-selling novel. now on the screen! TODAY at 1:30 and 8:30 p.m. THE SHOES OF THE FISHERMAN Suggested for GENERAL audiences.) trm Anthony Quinn Oskar Werner David Janssen Vittorio De Sica Leo McKern Sir John Gielgud Barbara Jefford - Rosemarie Dexter Price & Performance Schedule Evenings .... Won. Thur Thurs B :00pm 12.25 FN. & Sat S:00pm $2.50 Pre-Holiday Eves B:30Pm $2.50 Holidays 7:00pm S2.50 Sundays 7:00pm2.25 Mattineej Wed. & Sat 1:30pm S2.00 Sunday & Holidays 1:30pm $2.25 Tickets Also Available at Grey Raid's Sears Pik & Letty's Greenbrae Sports Candlewick. OPEN 12 NOON SHOW AT 12:10 UNITED ARTISTS THEATRES ACADEMY AWARD GRANADA 60 W. FIRST ST. 322-9611 nil I II UUnUUIl Best Supporting Actress . I! li l Jack Lernmon and ValterMatthau are Th2 Odd Couple THE GREATEST DOUBLE FEATURE Of ALL TIME! John Cassavetes 'ODD COUPLE" 12:10 4:20 8:30 TECHNICOLOR "ROSEMARY" 2:00 6:10 10:15 f SHERIFFS nEAK I IS IN AUSTRALIA! He Will POSITIVELY LEAVE TUESDAY! -Come Say, "GOODBYE" He sponsored indoor sports He turned Calendar into a boom town V He kept Calendar beautiful" tK 3Z3-3515 48 EAST lit STB Fl 1:20-4:55-8:25 The African Safari arrives in Reno WED. .(CHEROKEE PRODUCTIONS Presents James Garner Joan Hackett Walter Drcnnan Support Your Local Sheriff Bonus Comedy -Phyllis Diller " . . Saleslady" 3:00 - 6:35 - 10:00 ilZilJd..Xi,Z (KA Su99"d f IVI (portntal di OPEN 7:00 SHOW 8:15 FREE CAR HEATERS Suggested for MATURE audiences (portntal discretion advised) (03 iWjfKiaRHfflin COLOR-p'irHt m AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL JEREMY SLATE ' ADAM ROME ' JOCELYN LANE 1 tra THEY HAD GUTS, GUNS and ONE GAL BETWEEN THEM! nani loam laUMMto' T,i i v I "'""-' l '"Zamerican INTERNATIONAL 11 rencciMArAVf ELVIS PRESiEY NANCY SINATRA Ernie Konyu of North Las Vegas seek the presidency of the service organization, now held by Bob Mitchell of Las Vegas. Delegates are expected to vote on a move to allow the Nevada State Prison chapter to vote by proxy on Jaycee business. Rules now require delegates to be phy sically present at a convention in order to vote, Mitchell said more than 225 of the 900 Jaycees in Nevada are expected to attend the convention. Don't dare A : j .'.'V; vw- h. A I I :!; mmmmmm r 1 - BIIU d .v.. onan s ATMOSPHERIUM Program Hours Tues. thru Fri 8 P.M. SAT. 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