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Vegas council decides warehouse land deal LAS VEGAS - The Las Vegas City Council is expected to decide today whether to approve the purchase of the Salvation Army complex near the downtown area for $576,895. The land is one of several parcels being purchased to make room for a food warehouse planned by MarCor Development. The Salvation Army land is the last large piece of property standing in the way of the warehouse project. City officials hope that construction of the warehouse will help revitalize the decaying area. Growth topic of address LAS VEGAS - Las Vegas Mayor Ron Lurie makes his third annual state of the city address today, and the focus is expected to be on the city's explosive growth. Lurie is expected to discuss the methods the city will use to keep pace with growth and stay ahead of upcoming needs. Law targets peep shows LAS VEGAS - Las Vegas City Councilman Bob Nolen says he will introduce an ordinance today that will require owners of X-rated video arcades to put smaller doors on video viewing booths. The move is designed to prevent customers from engaging in lewd acts. The smaller doors will make it easier for police and city inspectors to check patrons watching X-rated films on coin-operated machines, Nolen said. He believes the openness will discourage any illegal activity. Victim dies after shooting LAS VEGAS A Las Vegas man died Tuesday from wounds suffered in a New Year s Day shooting of two people. Alvin Warren, 43, died at University Medical Center, where he was taken with a gunshot wound to the abdomen. Leon Jones, 20, was treated and released for wounds to the chest and shoulder. Wire service reports Reno Gazette-Journal Wednesday, January 3, 1990 3B Stockton teachers strike sparks school chaos STOCKTON - A strike by most of Stockton Unified's teachers and the absence of more than half the students threw the district's 37 schools into chaos Tuesday. Teachers marched quietly in the blustery cold and held a noisy mid-morning rally at the district's downtown offices to protest stalled labor negotiations. Teachers voted to strike last August just before their last contract expired. They have been negotiating for 16 months and reached impasse in July. At issue are Stay raises and a district plan to limit uture health benefit payments. The district has offered a 4.5 percent pay raise retroactive to last year and a 5 percent increase for the coming year. The teachers have asked for an 8 percent retroactive increase and a 9 percent raise for the coming year. They also have asked that the district drop its plan to cap future health benefit payments at the amount paid this year. Bun Boy diner burns down; Baker landmark to be rebuilt BAKER, Calif. (AP) - The roadside Bun Boy diner, a desert mecca for Los Angeles-to-Las Vegas travelers, was destroyed Tuesday in a spectacular $3 million blaze that took four hours to extinguish, authorities said. Five people, including two firefighters, suffered smoke inhalation, said fire Capt. Steve Humeston of the California Department of Forestry. None required hospitalization, he said. "The fire didn't affect traffic on the interstate, but it may have had an effect on motorists' stomachs," said CDF fire Capt. Frank Kawasaki. "That's one of the few places to stop at on the way from Las Vegas to Los Angeles. The parking lot there is always full on the holiday weekends." The restaurant is just off Interstate 15 in this San Bernardino County community about 150 miles northeast of downtown Los Angeles. Steve Zwerner, vice president and general manager of Silver Lake Properties, which operates the Bun Boy, said the restaurant was jammed with about 150 people. "Everyone got out. There was no panic," he said. The fire, which erupted about 10:10 p.m. Monday, gutted the restaurant. It will be rebuilt. The blaze started in the diner's grill. Mogul water sale to utility approved CARSON CITY (AP) - Sale of drought-plagued Mogul Water Co. to Sierra Pacific Power Co. was approved Tuesday by the state Public Service Commission. The $25,000 sale won't affect rates charged to customers of the small water company just west of Reno, which had run into problems because of a cut-off of its surface water rights due to drought conditions. Sierra Pacific already is providing water to Mogul-area customers, under a temporary agreement that started in August 1988. In other action, the PSC approved increases in rates charged by Umted Parcel Service ranging from 4 percent to 20 percent. The increases take effect Feb. 12. The rate changes include an increase from $3.03 to $3.09 in charges for shipping a 10-pound package from Reno to Las Vegas; an increase in weekly pick-up service charges from $4 to $4.50; and an increase in COD charges from $2.75 to $3.30. UPS sought the increases to bring its Nevada rates into line with rates charged in other states. The PSC also told Reno-based Sierra Pacific Power to retain its current method of charging large industrial customers for use of Sierra's natural gas pipelines. Sal Zendejas, president of the teachers' association, said teachers will stay out until they get a "fair contract." Many students spent the first day watching movies or attending classes held by substitute teachers. Others left after seeing that classes weren't going to be held. Estimates ranged between 85 percent and 90 percent participation by teachers in the second strike in the district's history. The strike is expected to continue Wednesday. Representatives for the teachers and district met with a state mediator Tuesday, but there had been no settlement by midnight. District spokesman John Klose said schools will remain open Wednesday. Buses are to run as usual and schools will start and end at the regular times. Klose said he expects to have more certificated teachers in the classrooms Wednesday than were there Tuesday, Gannett News Service Reno, hospital in court over sale of contaminated land By Laura MyersAP Washoe County sold Reno contaminated land without saying it was spoiled by toxins, and the city has gone to court in an effort to protect itself against damage claims from a hospital that ended up with the property. But Washoe County Deputy District Attorney Bill Baker said Tuesday it could prove impossible to determine exactly when the 1.77 acre site on East Second Street was contaminated and who owned it at the time. "It looks like both the city and Washoe County used the property as a maintenance and storage facility so who's to say who contaminated the place," Baker said. "I don't see how you can determine that." Chief Deputy City Attorney Madelyn Shipman said Reno doesn't want to put all the blame for contamination on Washoe County, but believes there should be a finding about which local government is responsible for the toxic garbage. "The county used the property for 70 years . . . and the city used it for 30 years, so I think you could say contamination is likely to have occurred during both periods," she said. "Or at least, you could say it's no more likely to have occurred when the city had it than when the county did." Washoe County owned the property from Oct. 12, 1875 until Sept. 10, 1952 when it sold the land to Reno, according to the third-party complaint the city filed against the county in U.S. District Court. The city claims the land was contaminated at that time with paints and other chemicals including PCBs, which are Basically, all we want to do is get our money back. We don't have any ill feelings toward the city. J Dave Stipech Washoe Med industrial wastes. The land was resold to the county on Nov. 10, 1980 and then sold for $450,000 to Washoe Medical Center in November of 1985. During construction of the $28 million Washoe Medical Professional Center, the contaminated soil was discovered and in 1986 the site was cleaned up under the supervision of the Environmental Protection Agency. Dave Stipech, spokesman for Washoe Medical Center, said Tuesday the hospital was unaware of the dispute between the city and county and only wants to recoup the $200,000 spent for the cleanup. "Basically, all we want to do is get our money back," Stipech said. "We don't have any ill feelings toward the city. But it was a lot of money." Washoe Medical Center filed its federal court complaint against the city in June, claiming Reno sold the hospital the land without revealing it had been contaminated. The hospital didn't sue the county. The third-party complaint Reno filed against Washoe County seeks to require the county to pay any monetary damages the city might get hit with from the hospital for the cleanup. Business Car, truck sales slump in mid-December DETROIT (AP) - Sales of North American-made cars and light trucks dropped 18.6 percent in mid-December 1989 from a year earlier, when consumers thronged to dealerships to take advantage of incentives, automakers reported Tuesday. The eight major U.S. automakers said they sold cars and light trucks at an average daily rate of 28,417 during the Dec. 11-20 period last year, compared with a rate of 34,921 during the same time the year before. The Big Three of Chrysler Corp., Ford Motor Co. and General Motors Corp. were hit the hardest, with their sales falling 22 percent during the period. Sales during the period for autos made in the United States by foreign manufacturers mostly were higher. Overall, sales of North American-made cars were down 21.3 percent and sales of light trucks fell 14 percent during the period. During December 1988, consumers flocked to showrooms to buy vehicles before incentives expired on Dec. 31. That pushed the selling rate for mid- and late-December to its highest of the year. Incentives also were in effect during December 1989, but they weren't sparking the same kind of demand as they did a year earlier. "The problem is you've got a tired market," said auto analyst Joseph Phillippi of Shearson Leh- Ford leads Big Three in productivity DETROIT (AP) - Ford Motor Co. came out of the 1980s with the largest increase in productivity among the nation's Big Three automakers, according to a survey released Tuesday. The survey, conducted by Harbour & Associates Inc., a consulting and research firm in Troy, Mich., also said that General Motors Corp.'s productivity rose the least among the Big Three. The report ranks North American car and truck assembly plants by the number of workers needed to produce one car a day. The report issued Tuesday compared productivity in 1979 and in 1988. Ford showed a 31 percent gain between the two periods and Chrysler Corp. was second, with a 17 percent increase. GM's productivity rose 5 percent. Among the 37 car plants surveyed, Ford factories held the top three positions and GM plants held the bottom three, the survey said. The top-rated plant, according to the survey, was Ford's Atlanta factory, where Ford Taurus and Mercury Sable cars are made. The report said 2.72 workers were needed to build a car at that plant. The least efficient was GM's plant in the Detroit enclave of Hamtramck, where the Cadillac Eldorado and Seville and Buick Riviera and Toronado cars are made. It employs 7.85 workers for every car assembled there, the survey said. man Hutton of New York. "You're facing a market that's at least partially saturated." Since 1985, more than 77 million new cars and trucks have been sold in the United States, or about one for every three Americans. Furthermore, experts say the slowdown of the U.S. economy has contributed to the auto industry slowdown, as consumers curtail or delay major purchases. "They've bought so many cars over the past five or six years and they are still paying for them," Judge orders Chapter 7 for Landmark LAS VEGAS (AP) - A federal bankruptcy judge Tuesday ordered the troubled Landmark Hotel into Chapter 7 bankruptcy liquidation. Judge Clive Jones agreed with arguments by attorneys for the hotel's creditors that their bills could not be paid under the resort's reorganization plan. The Landmark has been in Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization since 1985. Jones appointed Richard Davis as the bankruptcy trustee for the property. Davis named Forrest J. Woodward Jr. as general manager of the hotel property. Landmark owner Bill Morris has said he has buyers for the resort and will pursue a sale until an auction date is set for the hotel-casino. The resort's 750 employees remained on the job following the court order, and gaming regulators said the new casino operator will have to be licensed by the state to continue operations. Brian Berman, an attorney for the creditors, called the liquidation order long overdue, saying Morris has not made efforts to pay creditors under the reorganization plan. Morris is the latest operator of the Landmark to run into trouble. The resort, built in the early 1960s, has gone through a number of different owners, including the late billionaire Howard Hughes. State stats From page 6B reports every three months for the past several years. Each of them contained at least a few pages of the data, referred to as "economic indicators." The statistics were so popular that bureau officials decided to fill the entire publication with economic indicators twice yearly, once this time of year and at midsummer, Popoff said. The bureau sends the publica tions to its regular mailing list of government and business officials throughout northern Nevada. "The response has been very positive," Popoff said. "Everybody was very excited about it." Bureau officials also hope to expand the data in future editions, adding economic forecasts or in-depth predictions, Popoff said. Meanwhile, Thomas Cargill, an economics professor at the university and a bureau editor, will continue issuing his regular forecasts every three months on personal income and other economic indicators, she said. said analyst Mary Anne Sudol, of Fitch Investors Service Inc. in New York. With just one 10-day sales period left in 1989, car and truck sales for the eight automakers were 3.7 percent behind the 1988 pace. Domestic and overseas automakers report their end-of-the-year sales figures Thursday. Car sales for 1989 through Dec. 20 ran 4.8 percent behind the previous year and truck sales were down 1.6 percent. Air fares From page 6B passengers during the slow winter months. Those fare reductions, in effect through early March, only apply to about 10 percent of the airlines' route networks but involve densely traveled routes. Eastern's cheaper fares announced Tuesday are available for round-trip travel from Jan. 9 through May 1, excluding holidays. They require a minimum stay of two nights and must be purchased seven days in advance, although Eastern is waiving the advance-purchase requirement for travel from Jan. 9-23. In addition, the tickets are fully refundable and may be changed without penalty, an unusual departure from the strict no-cancellation clauses in other airline ticket sales. The fares are aimed at vacationers, who have greater flexibility in travel plans than business fliers. "Our 'Anywhere' fares are up to 45 percent beloe the current industry 'MaxSaver' levels," George Brennan, Eastern's vice president-marketing, told a New York news conference. Between New York and Miami, for example, the new fares are $79-$99 each way compared with $149-$169 before the discounts. Fares between Atlanta and Washington were cut to $69-$89 each way from $109-$129. 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