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2-SatureUy. Oetsbw -4,-1 968 fint-vcnir,g Caietto- Area deaths Charles T. Smith SUSANVILLE - Charles T. Smith, 93, of Carson City, died at Lassen Memorial Hospital Thursday. He was the son of Mrs. Sierra Nevada Ogan, who was born on a wagon train heading for the Santa Clara Valley, where her parents settled. Prior to his retirement in 1943, he was a blacksmith and machinist for the Fruit Growers Supply Co. in Susanville. Before that he was a Constable in Santa Clara County. He had been visiting in Susanville two months at the time of his death. Survivors include four daughters, Mrs. Walter Long, Solvang, Calif., Mrs. Keith Long, Free-mont, Mrs. Hazel French, Susanville and Mrs. Roberta Bense, Carson City; three sons, Ed-mond, Susanville, Charles, Redding and Elbert, Carson City; one sister, Euphence Mathew; Santa Rosa; 17 grandchildren, 24 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren. The funeral will be held Monday, 1:30 p.m. at the Darling-Fisher Mortuary in San Jose with burial to follow in the Oak Hill Cemetery. Gordon Morrow Gordon S. Morrow, 67, of 105 E. 5th St., Sparks, died Thursday in a Reno hospital. He was the owner of several bars in Reno and Sun Valley. He also owned a trailer park and service station in Sun Valley and also was a used car dealer in the Reno-Sparks area. He was a member of the Hotel-Motel-Restaurant Employees & Bartenders Union Local 86. He was born in Missouri, March 3, 1902, the son of Fran cis and Susanne Brannum Mor row. He was married to Thelma Osborn on Oct. 31, 1920 in San Diego, Calif. They moved to Nevada 30 years ago. He lived in Verdi before moving to Sparks. Survivors include ''is widow; a son, Gordon S. Morrow Jr. of Sparks; daughters, Bonnie Hoi comb of Sparks and Virginia LaFar of San Diego; a sister, Ruth Lange of Kansas City, Kan.; a brother James Morrow of Kansas City; and 11 grandchildren, seven great-grand' children and several nieces and nephews. A funeral will be held Monday at 10 a.m. at Ross, Burke and Knobel Mortuary. The Rev. William E. Clawson Jr. will of ficiate. Burisl will beinMountain View Cemetery. Blanche Baker HAWTHORNE Blance Helen Baker, 85, died Oct. 2 at Mt. Grant Hospital in Hawthorne following a lengthy illness. She was born in Vienna, N.Y., Feb. 19, 1884. She had lived in Mina since 1932 and was the widow of Bertrum Baker; a dentist in Hawthorne and Mina for many years. Dr. Baker, who died in 1959, was a long time member of the Mineral County Board of Education. She was past matron of the Eastern Star Mt. Grant Chapter No. 24 and had been a mem ber of the order for 50 years. Survivors include two sons, Albert Waffle, New York and Rollin Baker of Mina; two grandchildren and nine greatgrandchildren. The funeal will be conducted Sunday, 2 p.m. by the Order of the Eastern Star. Burial will follow in the Mina Cemetery in the family plot. LOOKING There's really no better time to buy. And there's really no better place to look than in today's classified section. Death Notices MORROW-GORDON S., beloved husband of Thelma L. Morrow, father of Gordon S. Morrow, Jr., Bonnie Holcomb and Virginia LaFar; brother of Ruth Lanae and James Morrow, also 11 grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Services Monday 10 a.m. at Ross, Burke and Knobel Mortuary. Burial In Mt. View Cemetery. Douglas Callaway Douglas Callaway, member of an old time White Pine County family, died Thursday in Nam- pa, Idaho. Born in Ely Feb. 7, 1909, he attended Ely schools and later the University of Nevada. He was a member of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity. Later he ranched in the Ely area and worked for the Nevada Highway Department for a number of years before moving to Nampa in 1945. He had farmed in the Nampa area since. Surviving are his widow, Nora Leblanc Callaway whom he married in Ely in November, 1934; two daughters, Mrs Joanna Weaver of Nampa and Miss Anita Callaway of Boise; two sons, Larry Callaway of Vacaville Calif., and Kenton Cal laway of Nampa, 11 grandchil dren, and a sister, Mrs. Ned Aired of Santa Barbera, Calif. Rosary will be recited Sunday at 8 p.m. in the Shepard Mor tuary in Nampa. Requiem Mass will be celebrated Monday at 10 a.m. in St. Paul's Catholic Church. Maren Jensen Maren Jensen, 81, of 337 Pyra mid Way, Sparks, died Friday in a Reno hospital. She had lived in this area since 1912 when she moved from Denmark She was born in Seden, Den mark, Feb. 11, 1888, the daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Han sen. In 1919 she married James A. Jensen in Reno. They cele brated their 50th wedding anni versary Sept. 2. She was a member of Danish Lodge No. 12 and the Lutheran Church. Survivors include her hus band; sons, George Jensen and Harold Jensen, daughters, Mary Jensen, Anna Dannehl, and Ester Otte, all of Sparks; and seven grandchildren. A funeral will be held at the Our Savior Lutheran Church. The time of the service is pend ing. The Rev. David Rohrer will officiate. Burial will be at Mountain View Cemetery. Pyramid Funeral Home in Sparks is in charge of arrangements. Jacqueline Reisen A funeral will be held Mon day for Jacqueline Louise Reisen, 49, of 120 N. Sierra St She died last Monday in a Reno hospital. She was born in Whitefish, Mont. Jan. 18, 1920. She had been a resident of Reno 10 years. She was employed as an office clerk. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Clayton Ladd of Central Point, Ore. Friends are invited to the funeral at 9 a.m. at the Walton Funeral Home. The Rev. Blake M. Franklin will officiate. A private burial will be at Our Mother of Sorrows Ceme tery. RATE HIKE ASKED ." The Hughes Tool Co. wants to increase from 140 to $180 an hour the rate for use of its model 500 helicopter, the Public Service Commission said today in Carson City. FOR A HOME? NEVADA ROAD TOLL This year to date: 169 Last year to date: 167 Weather (Information at furnished by the U.S. Weather Bureau at the Reno Municipal Airport. Temperatures hlh and law for M hourt ending at a.m.. Oct. 4, 1W.) Nevada-California Station! M L P RINO 34 II Austin 40 .03 Battle Mountain T Carson S3 II Elko it 17 .05 Ely 45 Jo .03 Fallon 55 37 T Las Vegas 74 5 Lovelock 54 33 Mt. Rosa 41 35 T Slide Mountain 73 U Tonopah 51 27 Virginia City 45 Ml Winnemucca 53 17 T Yerington 71 T Bishop 61 ?e Echo Summit f 16 Sacramento 7 4i South Lake Tahoe i M Susanville 5? 21 Tahoe City 44 30 Truckee 4e 14 FORICASTS P.6NO AND VICINITY Fair through Sunday with slowly rising daytime temperatures. North to northeast winds 10 to 20 miles an hour In the afternoons and evenings. Outlook for Monday, fair and warmer. High today 56, low tonight is, nigh Sunday 60. TAHOE BASIN Fair through Sunday with slowly rising daytime temperatures. North to northeast winds 10 to 20 miles an hour afternoons and evenings. Con tinued cold nights. Highs today and Sunday 43 to 53, lows tonight 10 1o 20. WESTERN NEVADA Fair thrnnnh Sunday. Continued cold nights. Warmer Sunday. SOUTHERN NEVADA Fair fhrnuoh Sunday. Strong gusty north winds 25 to 40 miles an hour at times with loral oiowing oust or sand gradually decreasing sunaay. tonnnuea cool. IKTlly iieuini m .i today with a few snow flurries. Generally fair tonight and Sunday. Not quite 10 loiu aunoay. PRECIPITATION July 1 to date, .It. Last year to date, .33. Normal, .71. SUNSET today, e:37 p.m. SUNRISE Sunday, a:31 a.m. THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS yesterday's high this morning's low 24-hour precipation High Low Pr. Albany, cloudy ..... 91 Albuquerque, clear . 82 46 54 64 44 30 Atlanta, cloudy .... 85 Bismarck, cloudy .. 62 Boise, clear 57 Boston, clear 69 51 .08 Buffalo, cloudy 66 Charlotte, clear .... 80 48 .21 60 63 54 57 Chicago, clear 83 Cincinnati, fog 78 Cleveland, cloudy .. 68 Denver, snow 55 32 .30 Des Moines, clear .. 85 61 55 41 72 Detroit, cloudy 71 Fairbanks, cloudy .. 56 Fort Worth, cloudy . 90 Helena, cloudy 42 Honolulu, clear .... 85 35 .12 73 56 Indianapolis, cloudv 78 Jacksonville, rain .. 82 74 1.57 Juneau, cloudy M Kansas City, clear . 89 M 70 58 58 62 76 56 65 61 59 68 69 59 64 49 Los Angeles, clear . 73 Louisville, clear ... 81 Memphis, clear .... 87 Miami, clear 91 Milwaukee, cloudy .64 Mpls.-St.P., cloudv . 77 New Orleans, clear . 86 New York, clear ... 76 Okla. City, clear ... 84 Omaha, cloudy 89 Philadelphia, clear . 82 Phoenix, cloudy .... 90 Pittsburgh, fog .... 71 Ptlnd, Me., clear ... 64 49 .20 Ptlnd, Ore., cloudy . 63 45 ... 38 .20 61 .. 59 .. 34 .01 56 .. 65 . .. 43 .. 77 .. 61 .. 45 .41 Rapid City, cloudy . 55 Richmond, clear ... 83 St. Louis, clear ..... 89 Salt Lk. City, cloudy 56 ban Diego, clear ... 71 San Fran., clear ... 72 Seattle, cloudy 59 Tampa, cloudy 86 Washington, clear . . 82 Winnipeg, cloudy ... 56 (M Missing) Lemmon Valley youngster gets 'bump on head' Four-year-old Ralph Guy Jar- Doe of Lemmon Valley was treated for a "bumn on the head" Thursday following a two- car accident at Prater Way and Rock Boulevard, Sparks police said. Police said the Jarboe child was a passenger in a car driven by his mother, Caroline G. Jarboe, 28. Her car and another driven by Lecil B. Brown, 59, of 1512 G St., Sparks, police said. No citations were issued. Fire calh Fire fighters resoonded to these calls ; from 11 a.m. Friday fo 11 a.m. today: RENO 1:05 p.m., 35 E. Fourth St., Bartlett Ford, oil leaking from tank Into alley, washed down area. 2:45 p.m., Reno Municipal Airport, standby for hospital plane. 3:32 p.m., 195 S. Sierra St., false alarm. 8:35 p.m., 624 James Lane, grease in frying pan, damage to hood, ceiling, stove and cabinets. 10:10 p.m.. Sixth and Eureka streets, false alarm. 10:50 p.m.. Fourth Street and Arlington Avenue, auto fir, out on arrival, no damage. 12:49 a.m., 120 N. Sierra St., auto fire, out on arrival, damage to battery cables. SPARKS 3:20 a.m., 11331 S. Virginia St., gas spill, washed down area. CARSON CITY 33 p.m.. Plaza and Ninth streets. Tropics Pet Shop, overheated furnance, minor damage. Jhnnr . " WHO. COUtfTY tw 'm IWyHiiDgeir bomb tested by Red China TOKYO (AP) - Communist China announced today it tested a new type of hydrogen bomb and carried out its first underground nuclear explosion on Sept. 23 and last Monday. A Chinese-language broadcast from Peking gave the first word of the tests from the Red Chinese. Both had been reported previously in the West. The Radio Peking broadcast said both tests were successful. It added the hydrogen bomb was detonated in the atmos phere on Monday. The tests came at a time when the Chinese were f ccusing the United States and the Soviet Union of collusion in an effort to encircle the Chinese mainland Radio Peking called the tests a great victory for the thought of Communist party Chairman Mao Tse-tung as well as a great achievement for Chinese scien tists, workers, army personnel and other "fighters" responding to Mao's appeal for unity on the mainland. The tests were not mentioned in last Wednesday's celebra tions in Peking marking the 20th year of Communist rule in Chi na. But speaking at a reception the night before Premier Chou En-lai said China is making nu clear weapons for defense only and would not commit aggres sion against others. China's goal, Chou added, is to ban all nuclear weapons but he contended the Chinese must be prepared for any nuclear war or "blackmail". Sunday's fun day in Smith SMITH VALLEY - Sunday will be "Fun Day" in Smith Vr-.lley. Featured will be team roping, a barbecue and a trapshoot. Other events will be pony rides, fish pond, dart games and horseshoe pitching. Yering, ton will meet Smith Valley in a softball game at 6:30 p.m. Trapshooting starts at 10 a.m. and the barbecue will be served at noon. Team roping will be gin at 1 pm Vital statistics BIRTHS CONEY - In Reno, Oct. 3, 16, to Mr. and Mrs. Richard 8. Coney of Reno, a daughter. DICKSON In Reno. Oct. 3, i. to Mr. and Mrs. Arvel Dickson of South Lake Tahoe, a son. DOUGLAS in Reno, OCt. 3, to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph D. Douglas of Wadsworth. a daughter. kubik in Reno, oct. 4, iw. to Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Kubik Of Reno, a daughter. menesini In Reno, Oct. 3, la, to Mr. and Mrs. Dennis L. Menesini of Sparks, a daughter. MURDOCK In Reno, Oct. 3. 194, to Mr. and Mrs. James B. Murdock ef Soarks. a daughter. SMALL In Reno, Oct. 3, 1969, to Mr. and Mrs. David L. Small ef Reno, a daughter. THOMAS In Reno, Oct. 3, 19e9, to Mr. and Mrs. Keith A. Thomas of Reno, a daughter. MARRIAGE LICENSES Joseph Waldrop, 34, and Agnes Bella-cosa, 24, both of Reno; Michael Colman, 21, and Janette McDonald, 19, both of Hawthorne; Bart Sample, 33, and Mary Rodden, 22, both of Sparks; Dennis Sullivan, 36, of Fresno, and Theresa Barnhart, 19, of Fallon; Daniel Lynch, 39, of Engle-wood, Calif., and Remedios Pecache, 44, of Reno. James Wah, 69, of Minneapolis, and Hong Kui Lee, 50,' of Reno; Eugene Bar-thelemy, 28, of Torrance, Calif., and Carolee Berry, 26, of Reno; James Urm- ston, 19, and Susan Norris, 19, both ef Reno; Jaime Velasco, 39, of San Jose, and Fellsa Enot, 35, of Reno; Lawrence Bauer, 57, of Reno, and Ruth Erickson, 57, of Livingston, Mont. Clifford Davidow, 21, and Bonnie Campbell, 20, both of Reno; Enno Hartman, 31, and Glenda Rumple, 34, both of Reno; Jesse Invale, 34. and Jaannle Daily, laaal age, both of Reno; Richard Fraser. of Reno, 25, and Linda Warren, 19, of Sparks; Robert Morgan, 23, and Yvette LeBroke, 19, both of Sparks; Roy Walkar, 19, and Rocheann Stone, 11, both of Reno. Thomas Anderson, 33, and Kathle Wolf, 23, both of Reno; Dino Smernls, 24, and Linda Cavakls, II, both of Reno; Donald Mansfield, 30, and Vickl Stowell, 25, both et Reno; Robert Simon, 29, and Jacaueivn Mazey, 33, both of Reno; Owen Bracken, 24, and Jullanne Schaefer, 30, both of Elko; Dennis waidrep, 33, of Reno, and Carolyn Pruitt. 30, of Sparks. Sammy Jepson, X, and Marlorie Luse, 34, both of Reno; Lynn Blglleri, 39, and Shirley Tyler, 35, both of Reno; Boyd Bennett, 39, of Reno, and Joan Uglem, 27. of Torrence, Calif.; Clifford Meere, 36, of Reno, and Erma Dolan, 21, ef sparns; Larry scot?, 21, and Dtardra Mc- Kinnon, 19, both of Reno; Willie Johnson, 37, and Mable Stone, II, both of Reno. Stephen McCloud, 30, and Joanne Sanchez, 30, both of Reno; Thomas Sands, 31, of Yuba Citv. and Sharvn LePlne 34, of Reno; Mauricio Mayo, 63. of San Francisco, and Victoria Noeos, 39, ef Reno; William Paul, 59, of Reno, and Alma Straight. 66, of Gardena. Calif.: James Willard, 36, of Reno, and Elizabeth Hurst, 26, of Los Altos, Calf. F. Pierce Lathrop, 53, of Incline Village, and Fay Crosby, 42, of Berkeley. Calif.; Harry Parsons, 24, of Reno, and tiizaDetn Williams, 20, of Sacramento; Charles Adams, 24, of Santa Barbara, Calif., and Misty Price. 21. of Rene: Stephen Madigan, 59, and Genevieve Beno, 34, both of Reno; Thomas Baal. 31, and Cynthia Loesian, 24, both ef sparxs. WHO CAN DO IT? SEE CLASSIFIED State GOP has (Continued from page 1) Republicans lost their top vote getter, Gov. Paul Laxalt, the party is still in the best shape ever. He said the GOP has good potential candidates with name identification and proven political success, adding that Laxalt has pledged to "assist in every way possible to insure continuation of a Republican administration." Another robbery of a cab driver reported Friday The third robbery of a cab driver in less than two weeks was reported to Reno police Fri day night at the Continental Lodge on South Virginia Street. Whittlesea Cab Co. driver John R. Arbogast, 57, told Reno policemen he picked up a fare on North Virginia Street and was told to drive to Continental Lodge. He said when he arrived there the robber, who was described as in his early 20s, clean-shaven, with dark hair and weighing about 160 pounds, pulled a pistol and told him to drive the cab to the corner of the parking lot. The robber made the driver get out of the cab and hand over $28 in cash. Arbogast was forced to get into the trunk of the cab. "He (the robber) had to slam the trunk five times before it would lock," the driver told police. Arbogast was later freed after a passerby heard the driver pounding on the spare tire. The robbery was almost identical to two others, one in Southeast Reno and one in the northeast part of the city. Monday, DeLuxe Cab driver Barry Chandler told police he was forced into the trunk of his cab after he was robbed of $45 and driven to Bartlett and Brooks streets. He was freed by a cab company mechanic. Robert DeWolfe, another Whit tlesea driver, was forced into the trunk of his cab by a knife carrying bandit a week ago Thursday. DeWolfe told Washoe County Sheriff's deputies he was robbed of $180 after he picked up a passenger at the Reno Municipal Airport and told to drive to Hidden Valley. DeWolfe freed himself from the trunk. None of the drivers have been injured in the robberies, police said. Reno woman in serious condition Gayle Palmer, 18, of 1040 Johnson Place, was reported in serious condition at Washoe Medical Center today. She was injured in a truck-car accident a week ago. Hospital spokesmen said the girl was moved from the intensive care section of the hospital. Reno police said Miss Palmer's car and a truck driven by Gary L. Danson, 36, collided. No citations were issued. Wynn dinner tickets selling at 'brisk pace' A fund raising reception for state anti-poverty director Wil lie wynn will be held at tne Governor's Mansion in Carson City Sunday. Wynn's salary was cut by the 1969 Legislature from $15,000 to $11,500 a year and Gov. Paul Laxalt promised to make up the difference. Republican officials said the tickets, costing $10 apiece, are selling at a "brisk pace" and officials expect to meet the 350-person quota needed to make up the salary cut. TOOLS MISSING Electrical tools, valued at $1,-600, were reportedly taken from the Johnson Construction Co. at 1735 Pittman Ave. Friday night. Police said the burglars entered a construction shed after prying open a window. NOW OPEN Homt for the elderly. Beautiful view of Walker River. Fishing or just enjoying quiet, peaceful countryside of Smith Valley. Nothing fancy, Home of love and Care, 24 hours supervision. Ambulatory or Semi-Ambulatory. Reasonable rates. For Info Call, Minnie Dennis, Yerington, 465-2260. Assembly Speaker Howard McKissick Jr., R-Reno, present at the meeting, said he will help lead the campaign for the State Legislature. Forty assemblymen and 10 senators are up for re-election. "I think we have a real good chance to control the Assembly;" but, "the Senate is questionable," McKissick said. Republicans had a 21-19 mar Inflationary pressures held likely to continue; monetary restraint urged WASHINGTON (AP) - Infla tionary pressures appear likely to continue into next year despite a slowing down in the growth rate of the economy, a member of the Federal Reserve Board said today. Given this prospect, said An drew F. Brimmer, "I personally see no reason to deviate from the present course of monetary restraint," including high interest rates. Brimmer said the cooling of the economy should continue through the last three months of 1969 and into 1970. But he add ed: Two killed in state auto accidents By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS An Ely woman and a man from Maine were killed in Ne vada traffic accidents Friday. A mother of three died when her compact auto collided head- on with a pickup on U.S. 93 about three miles north of Ely. The Highway Patrol said Shir ley Luce Spradlin, 30, was driving home from work when her car smashed into the oncoming pickup. She was alone in the car. The driver of the truck, Henry L. Taylor, 38, Salt Lake City, and his passenger, Marjorie Cook, 38, of Goshen, Utah, both sustained minor injuries. Paul Hurley Dean, 22, of Greenville Junction, Maine was killed after being thrown from his car after it ran off U.S 95 just south of Goldfield, the Nevada Highway Patrol said. And a man killed Thursday near Carlin in a one-car acci dent was still unidentified today. Robbery case plea is guilty A Reno man accused of taking $7,500 from the Continental Lodge during an armed robbery in September, 1967, changed his plea to guilty in Washoe District Court. Jerry D. Robertson, of 2011 Patton Dr., charged with rob bery, will be sentenced Oct. 10 Deputy Dist. Atty. Paul Frei-tag is prosecuting the case. TAPES TAKEN Sparks High School student Stanley Smith reported io police someone took four tapes and a stereo player from his car parked at the high school Friday. Smith of 555 McLean Way said the value of the missing property was $149. Forest Humus Winter Mulch Your Plants Now. . 971 bag Decorator CORK 12x36x1" 97- Wooden Sash Windows ? II IUMTTJ 97- For Hot Houses, Play Houses, Sheds Pre-Hung MAHOGANY 30" DOOR Complete with jamb stop and hinges. Drilled for knob. NOV ONLY 17" 3 over-all strength' gin in the Assembly during the 1969 session and the Democrats ruled the Senate, 11-9. Abbott said, "Maintaining at least the strength we have in the State Legislature is a priority item." He pointed to the importance of reapportionment, a problem that will face the 1971 Legislature. Abbott said GOP leaders must see "we get the best horses "At the same-time, unfortu nately, we may see very little lessening in inflationary pressures . . . Moreover, there ap pears to be a real Drospect that inflationary pressures will persist on into the early months of next year." Dropoffs late in 1969 are expected in business investments and spending by federal, state and local governments, Brim mer said in a 22-page report to the 16th annual bankers forum at Georgetown University. The depressed housing situation may even decline further, he added. "Nevertheless," he said, "I think the task we face is so pressing that we should not run the risk of relaxing credit re straint until it is clear that we have a reasonable chance of making a noticeable dent in in flationary expectations." At a news conference Friday, however, Treasury Secretary David M. Kennedy said he thought "the next movement in interest rates will be down." But he agreed with Brimmer that the time to relax antiinfla-tion measures has not yet arrived. $5.5 million asked in suit against Hughes LAS VEGAS (AP) - A real estate firm Friday filed a $5.5 million damage suit against Hughes Tool Co. and Plaza Tower Inc. claiming the two firms conspired to cheat the firm out of its brokerage fee for arranging sale of the Land mark Hotel-casino. Sun Realty said it began ne gotiations between Plaza Tow er and billionaire Howard Hughes' Hughes Tool Co. for sale of the Landmark for $17.3 million and was to receive a $5CO,000 commission. Hughes Tool bought the hotel in June and the hotel opened in July. In the district court suit, Sun is asking for recovery of the $500,000 fee plus $5 million in punitive damages. Jlexkm New. . . 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But now he feels there will be a greater interest in the legislative race because a new governor will have to deal with the 1971 Leg-." islature. -": Man injured,: 2 woman cited I. in car accident A Reno man suffered-flecK injuries and a woman was cited for investigation of careles driving following a two-jcar acj cident on Rock Boulevard nea7 Prater Way Friday Injured was Robert Lent Jr., - 20, of 707 West St. He was treated at Washoe Medical Center. Police said Lent was -a pas- senger in a car driven by Nancy T. Lent, 42, of 2580 Coppa Way, Sparks. -" Mrs. Lent's car and another vehicle driven by Kathleen Mc Clain, 19, of 4790 Wedekini, Road, collided, police said. Miss McGam was cited for " investigation of careless driving, ": police said. Bomb threats reported in Sparks The Sparks Police Department ' reported bomb threats" Friday ' night at the Driftwood Lounge in Sparks and the Lemon TreS" on Glendale Road. - Police said customers were instructed to leave the Drift wood Lounge at 11:35 p.m.-while police searched the building. - Sparks officers said Jfeno pp-c lice received an anonymous call saying there were bombs in bath bars. . The information was relayed-, to Sparks officers. Police said nothing was found when the Sparks lounge was., checked. ; - What Do You Know fiboulyour -i ' Aches and Pains? A scientific quiz with soma fascinating discoveries. IHs designed to check your knowledge against the studies made. Good Season: for Ducks - Erwin A. Bauer, the author, of "The Duck Hunter's, Bible" gives his reasons why . this season will have an unexpected bonus in store for.: hunters. He also offers point' ers for safe hunting. 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