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22 RENO EVENING GAZETTE June 19, 1957 BISHOP BUILDING BISHOP, Calif. Building for the city of Bishop dur Last Rites For Vesta Dixon PROTECTIVE MEASURE The Lama monks of China developed ju-jitsu to protect themselves from the armed robbers on the desolate roads of old China, according to the Encyclopedia Britannica. ing the month of May amounted NOT ALL MEAT The beef animal is not all meat from 1000 pounds comes 580 pounds of lean meat, 150 pounds fat, 85 pounds of bone and a few pounds are lost to shrinkage and cutting. to $64,200, according to a report License Measure Revision Stated submitted to the citv council Monday night of this week. Plans to revise Reno's business SUSANVILLE, Calif.
Funeral services were conducted in the Baptist church Tuesday afternoon for Vesta Hazel Dixon who died June 15 at a local hospital at the age of 61 years. She was born in Lassen county and lived here most of her lifetime in Janesville and Susanville. She is survived by her husband, Chester M. Dixon of Susanville; license ordinances won't affect See your businessmen for another year, City Manager C. B.
Kinnison said 30, the due date for the annual license sees. The council has directed Kinnison to review the license laws, and Kinnison said he certainly would not recommend making any new license rates retroactive. One change that has been con 'J 'f this morning. Although the Reno city council has approved a thorough going sons Arthur Dixon of Sacramento review of the license ordinances and Lowell Dixon of Redding; six sidered favorably by the council it has decided to make no attempt to make any changes before June is the elimination of top ljmits on grandchildren; two brothers, Al-vin Frazier and Ruel Frazier, both of Modesto; one sister, Mrs. Ruth the fees.
Cirby of Grover City, Calif. Present laws make it possible Violin Theft Reported Here for a large firm, with high income, to pay the same fee as a small firm with a small income. Present city hall thinking indicates that "IF IT'S MADE OF tne license tees may be made a Theft of a copy of the famed Stradivarius violins was reported to Washoe county sheriff's depu ties by H. G. Hunken of Verdi Monday afternoon.
WOOD WE MAKE IT!" Kitchen Cabinets, Formica Tops, "Cloths Closets, "Counters, "Windows and Frames, "Door Frames, Pine Lumber PHONE NOW FA 2-2337 WELBORN'S MILL In Business for 1 8 Years 1215 VALLEY ROAD percentage of gross business. Other changes being considered are those which would tend to eliminate inequities. The owner of several rental houses, for example, now pays no business license fee, while the owner of an apartment housing the same number of families must have a license. Any change in the license or Hunken told deputies that his Plymouth is having a really big year your Plymouth dealer now offers you your biggest chance to save money on a 3-years-ahead Plymouth! If you want to be years ahead with Flight-Sweep 'styling if you. want to be money ahead in the bargain See your IN APPRECIATION for her efforts on behalf of Nevada's crippled children, Donna Mauldin received a framed certificate last week from Nevada Society for Crippled Children.
Making is Richard Horton, state chairman. Pupils of Donna Mauldin dancing school presented their annual recital last week for benefit of crippled children. (Dondero photo) home had been entered sometime Thursday by breaking back windows but that he had noticed nothing missing until Saturday when he discovered that the violin was gone. He described it as a copy of the more famous violin dinances is a serious undertaking, with fees amounting to more than Plymouth Dealer- Quick i a year, now. dated between 1865 and 1885.
Kinnison said one of the main The violin was in a black steel reinforced case. Hunken could objectives of any revision would be to make all the license ordin give no value on the violin which ances consistent with each other, was uninsured. He said inconsistencies have de lne burglars had also gone SOLVE YOUR STORAGE PROBLEMS WITH ALL STEEL WONDER BUILDING Come Out and See Our Model 20-30-40-50-60 FEET WIDE through desk and bureau drawers SALE NYLON TIRES 670-15 BLACK $O50 pUs Tox and Recappable Tire ALL SIZES ON SALE SMITH TIRE CO. veloped while the ordinances have been passed one at a time over a he told deputies. long period.
While revisions are being con sidered, Mrs. Jayne RossaU, chief license inspector, reported this morning that more than half the Lassen Forest Engineer Moved MAGAULAY IRON WORKS local businesses have already paid Call mm hi'i rz 310 NORTH PARK ST. RENO PH. FA 3-7431 P. O.
BOX 831 tneir license fees for the coming .642 EAST FOURTH STREET year. SUSANVILLE, Calif. (Special) Edward B. McKelvy, project en Dozen Injured gineer for the Lassen National Forest, is being transferred and promoted to engineer of the Mo In Bus Crash doc National Forest, it was an nounced today by V. A.
Parker, 1 supervisor. 5 a a ijs uiB LAS VEGAS A dozen persons McKelvy has been employed on received minor injuries yester the Lassen forest for the last day when two busses carrying three years. Prior to his transfer to Susan ville, he was assigned to worKmen to their jobs at the at omic energy commission test site collided about a mile and a half the regional office in San Fran Cisco and worked on several northern California forests. 1 north of the control point within McKelvy is a World War II the restricted area, it was report ed today. SOUTH SHORE ROOM PRESENTS Now Appearing through June 29th There were 62 persons and veteran.
He started work with the forest service in 1945 after his release from the air force. He and his family planto live in Alturas. two drivers aboard the two ve hicles, and all were listed as employes of Reynolds Electrical and THE LATE SHOW Start. ng June E1t (1:00 a. Featuring KCCLY SMITH Engineering the prime contractor for the AEC plant at the Ct, -y a ww vey as a mvm test site.
T1 All 12 of the injured were tak Lions Sponsor Lassen Circus en to a hospital in Las Veeas SAM BUTERA where their hurts were reported as not serious. 1 A spokesman for the AEC said the accident occurred when one CHASE MITCHELL Jodie Gray Two Shows Nightly Three Shows Saturday and th Witnesses Mod Corjgs and Cinry Jackson of the bussess slowed down when engulfed in a cloud of dust caused SUSANVILLE, Calif. The Susanville Lions Club has announced it will sponsor the appearance of Tom Pack' Circus in Susanville on Thursday, July 25. The Pack's Circus, formerly the Shrine Circus, is reported to be bigger and better than ever with two and a half hours of the choicest talent the circus world by a truck turning around on the dirt shoulder of the paved test site road. A second bus.
unable to stop, rammed into the first vehicle. At the Stateline Lounge June 21st thru July 18th 0 inTnn tin rnfnrw'juBoiiiiijwnrjri V- A BETTER WELLS FOR LESS! CALL AL WELCH EVENING WEEKEND CALL FA 3-1984 "America's Favorites" THE THREE SUiiS can produce. The 1957 edition of the circus is known as the show "Too Big for the Big Top." It is the desire of the Susanville Lions Club that every child see the circus through, the sponsorship of business and professional people. Merchants from surrounding towns will also see that children in their communities see the show. Plans are being made to provide buses and chap-erones for the youngsters from out-of-town so that they can attend the afternoon performance of the circus.
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