Reno Gazette-Journal from Reno, Nevada on June 22, 1957 · Page 6
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Reno Gazette-Journal from Reno, Nevada · Page 6

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6 RENO EVENING GAZETTE Wa Pai-Shones Back In Carson June 22, 1957 The Wa-Pai-Shone Indian en-'campment has returned to Carson. For many years a familiar fixture at Stewart, where it operated a store, the group moved a few years ago to Pyramid Lake reservation. For the Summer and tourist travel, however, a delegation has returned and set up camp at the V&T Station north of town adjacent to Sky-Vue drive-in theater, whose owner George Gessler, arranged the deal. The Indian's will operate a store, and will also stage tribal dances at 6 every Saturday and Sunday night. There will be eight dances nightly, with frea admission. "Wa-Pai-Shone" is derived from the Washoe, Paiut2 and Shoshone tribes which compose the group. Gas Rate Raise Public hearing will be held in Carson at 10 a.m. July 15 on application of the Carson City Gas Co., for an increase in rates lor metered gas service, the Nevada Public Service Commission has announced. The hearing will be held in room No. 204 of the state office building. Sonoma Casino Has New Leasee WINNEMUCCA Under a year lease agreement with the Sonoma Inn, Paul Osgood "has taken an option on management of the casino following approval by the Nevada tax commission of his license and bond, Dan faymmes, manager, has announced. Connected with the casino for a number of years, Osgood suc ceeds Jack Sommers who operated the bar and games while Dan Symmes handled the hotel and cafe sections of Sonoma Inn. Sommers left the hotel because of ill health and has moved to California. He is living with his family in Oakland where he is employed. i . w .x APPEARING NIGHTLY IEXCEPT MONDAYS) 10:00 TILL DAWN BETTY REILLY THE IRISH SENORITA! JODIMARS and the AMERICA'S GREATEST LITTLE BAND WITH A BIG BEAT If l P i f! u d it iJn i;i South Shore Room Presents thru June 29th (Except June 26th) Jew Stardust Plans Pushed; Others Dropped Two groups dropped their bids for the bankrupt Stardust hotel of Las Vegas Thursday but three more plans were submitted to Federal Judge John R. Ross. The judge postponed further Stardust reorganization hearings until July 23 to give the three new hopefuls time to firm up their proposals. He reset the deadline for new bids to July 15. Both the Associated Stardust Investors acting with the Bank of Las Vegas and the so-called Debtor Corporation withdrew their applications. Agents for the Sheraton hotel chain did so earlier this year. ' The new operation proposals come from Oliver Jahle, owner of Oliver's club at Lake Tahoe and a partner in the Fremont hotel of Las Vegas; a new alliance of several Stardust stockholders; and a partnership of Lewis A. Crank of Beverly Hills, Calif., the estate of the late gambler Frank Hofues, and William Marx, believed to be of Las Vegas. The Irish settlers of Londonderry, N. H., introduced the Irish potato into New England. n u 1 1 OPEN DOOR POLICY at Harrah's Club is explained by club employe to first nighters attending grand opening of the remodelled structure. The club has no, front door and heat and cold, rain and snow are kept out by man-made air cushion extending across front of club. Several thousand passed through the air current to inspect newly expanded and redecorated club which features continuous musical entertainment for the first time. (Christensen photo) BEAT CHILD BEATER LOS ANGELES. UP) Fellow prisoners in the county jail severely worked over bus driver Paul Benson, who is charged with murder in the beating of a 3-year-old boy, sheriff's deputies disclosed yesterday. Benson, 31, suffered a broken nose, two black eyes and bruises. II 1 FcGUBill SISTERS CHRIS PHYLLIS D0TTIE Stars of the Arthur Godfrey Show & Coral Records sy ; 1V J DICK CHASE & BUD MITCHELL JODIE CRAY Will Osborne's Orchestra Two Shows Nightly Three Shows Saturday Reservations: k Lake Tahoe, EDgewood 2031 Reno, FAirview 2-0657 3 PLUS THE LATE SHOW Starting June 21st a. m. M 7 a. m. LOUIS PRIMA Featuring KEELY SMITH SAM BUTERA and the Witnesses ! V$v i N0El B0GGS " 1 ' j? ajrf 6ry Jackson I - - j u C0NTINU0NS ENTERTAINMENT 9:30 PM-4 AM No Cover-No Minimum GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS EXCELLENT ORDERS TO TAKE OUT PHONE KITCHEN FA 3-2869 CHINESE DINNERS from 5 PM SUu 246 Lake Street Reno Phone FA 2-5770 l Arthur Jackson Rites Conducted Funeral services for Arthur S. Jackson " of Sparks were held Friday at 11 a.m. in the O'Brien- Rogers Funeral Home with the Rev. E. P. Sheppard officiating. Appropriate organ music was rendered by Mrs. Eleonore Cha- bot. Robert S. Hughes, a special representative of Gov. Charles Russell, was present at the fun eral services together with representatives of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the American Le gion and the Paratroopers. The American Legion, Post 10 was in charge of the graveside services at which full military honors were rendered. The firing squad was composed of Sgt. Nelson McCall who was in charge, Tech. Sgt. Erwin Bartholomew, Staff Sgt. William Henley, Staff Sgt. Billy G. Hughes, Airmen first class Jerry McClaughan, Rarry T a f f e r y , Frederick Golden, Sr. and Michael Merino. Pallbearers were Robert La-vare, Richard Streeter, Lloyd Walker, Forest DeWitt, Edwin McArthur and Bub Garavanta. Honorary pallbearers were Charles Clifford, John Newkirk and Gary DeBias. CLOCK CAFE 321 SOUTH VIRGINIA Open 6:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. INCLUDING SUNDAY Serving BREAKFAST LUNCH DINNER Lunches from 75c up Dinners from $1.25 up Nevada Scouts Ready io Leave For Jamboree A once in a lifetime experience will start on Saturday morning, June 29, for a group of Boy Scouts from the Nevada Area Council when they board the train bound for the National Jamboree at Valley Forge, Pa. From July 12 to 18 they will camp at Valley Forge as part of 50,000 Scouts from all over the nation and several foreign coun tries. SPECUL TRAIN The Nevada group will join a special train at Sacramento that will take them to Portland, Seattle, Spokane, Glacier National Park, St. Paul, Chicago, and a visit to Greenfield Village and Niagara Falls. A special chapel service is scheduled at West Point on Sunday. From West Point they will go to New York and spend two days sightseeing. From New York the group will go to the encampment at Valley Forge for a week. From the Jamboree they will go to Phila delphia and then two days at Washington, D. C. The group will leave Washington with stopovers at St. Louis, Kansas City, Denver, Royal Gorge, Glenwood Springs and Salt Lake City and return to Reno on the morning of July 26. SAIL TO ENGLAND Steven Call and his father Ivan Call will join a regional group at Valley Forge and sail to England to participate in the international jubilee jamboree. John R. Jackson of Ely will be the scoutmaster for the Nevada contingent assisted on the trip by Forrest Smith of Susan-ville, who will be a member of the section staff at the Jambo ree, and Mr. Call of Ely, who has been appointed assistant chaplain to tha jubilee jamboree in England. Arrangements and securing of equipment for the group was handled by Fred CoDins and Monty Boland of the council exe cutive board. Don Hutchenson and James Gwilliams, jr. will leave for the Jamboree on June 26 to become part of the supply service staff. The following scouts will ge to the Jamboree: from Reno, Kent Garrett, Gary Farnsworth, Jon Culbert, Harry Gilbert, Roger Gritten, Paul Hunter; from Su-sanville, Jerry Edgecomb, John Attaway, Forrest Smith, jr.. Richard Long; from Ely, Edward Stopper, Maun Peterson, David O'Donnell, Ronald Munson; Marion Rice, Winnemucca; Owen Roper, Westwood; Phillip Eather, Babbitt, and Walter Parks, Por-tola: Charles W. Mapes, Jr. presents dU, A I 1 j5 n j i - i j I and company L comedy star of television stage and screen I si comedy review! SHOW TIME: with 9 p. m. and 12 p. m. Saturdays 8:30 p. m 11:30 p. m. 1:30 a. m jf rjcij 'Li? "v " '' " " " " " " Ann Mason Barbara Heller Dick Bernie Sammy Wolfe With the Mopet Skylettes and Jo Kerchin " " " " '' " n i Dance to the music of Joy Healey productior j V yv', NOW APPEARING JUST 30 MILES ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY Except Monday in the THEATRE BAR SOUTH OF RENO sr- MOMAHAMS ffliiV MERT ' AMAZING .WUWUIACROBMS V ISwfftHC X MOTEL . QCUffOftft'AtftcWUaW Louise Vienna yota r" ' Beer Is Spiked With Glass, Claim Spiked beer spiked with pieces of glass cut her mouth, esophagus and stomach, a Sparks woman claims in a suit filed in Washoe county district court against the Cosmo Club, Money Distributing Co. and Hamm's Brewing Co. The complaint, filed by Sparks attorney Murray V. Dolan for Jimmie Lee Faison, asserts that the beer was served at the Commercial Row club April 7, and that surgery was necessary to remove the glass. The suit asks $15,000 in damages. According to claims mada in the complaint, hospitalization cost $210 and work lost as a result of the incident cost another $140 in wages. $ SAVE S LIQUORS GUT RATE PRICES WHY PAY MORE? SPECIAL DISCOUNT ON CASE LOTS SPARKS NEVADA TRADING POST 8th and "V" STREETS RAMONA is back in Reno with the same delicious MEXICAN MENU At tit anlina FOOD TO GO, FA 3-0661 Fresh DEEP DISH BLACKBERRY PIE 30' With Cream 40c WINE HOUSE FRANCOVICH BROS. 18 E. COMMERCIAL ROW PHONE FA 3-5821

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