Reno Gazette-Journal from Reno, Nevada on May 23, 1957 · Page 11
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Reno Gazette-Journal from Reno, Nevada · Page 11

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Thursday, May 23, 1957
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MOCK DEBATE SLATED AT WOMEN VOTER MEET In a mock debate aimed at the government's loyalty - security programs, the League of Women Voters will provide a good overall picture of what the group has been discussing at their April and May unit meetings. Opposing views will be presented by Mrs. George Lohse and Mrs. Mark Curtis Saturday, May 25, at 1:30 p. m. yi the YWCA living room. Old fashioned strawDerry Programs Staged By Cat Group .- Dr. B. L. Hutcherson, k vet erinarian, addressed members of Nevada Cat Fanciers, Inc. at one of two recent programs arranged by Frank Chartier, president of the group. . Dr. Hutcherson spoke to a large group on the care and raising of cats.and answered questions on cat care. During the other program Mr. and Mrs. John Riggs, animal photographers, presented cat photography in color, including a number of unusual shots of feline actors. VODKA .MARTINI mr w mok it with th vodka of vodkas the greatest name in VODKA 80 and 100 Proof. Dlst. from grain. Ste. Pierre Smirnoff FIs. (Div. of Heublein), Hartford, Conn. shortcake will be served to those calling in their reservations. Mrs. Norman Samuelson, president of the League of Women Voters, has emphasised the fact it will be a mock debate. "Sena' tor Alice Lose Yourself, of the State of Abandon, and Senator Dorothy Curb Yourself, of the State of Restraint, may answer questions, provided you don't give them the berries. The strawberry short cake is for your consump tion, not your convenience.! Regarding those reservations Mrs. Samuelson added, "We have to know when to quit picking strawberries, so please call in your reservation for a lively meet ing to Mrs. Warner Marsh or Mrs. James Brown, FAirview 3-0102 or FAirview 2-2361." Interested persons are welcome to attend. Hofues Estate Case in Court LAS VEGAS An attempt to show that the estate of . Frank Hofues is liable for $8,026,958 da mages because the late hotel owner failed to perform his agreement to refinance the Stardust Hotel was made in federal bankruptcy court here yesterday. The claim against the Hofues estate was filed by Stardust Trustee Paul McDermott through his attorneys Thomas Foley and Francis Quittner. The Hofues es tate previously had filed a claim against the .Stardust for $420,000 claiming that Hofues had put that amount into the defunct hotel. . Representing the Hofues estate was Guy Ward, Beverly Hills, attorney, who maintained that a Stardust board of directors meeting had in June, 1956, "abandoned" the contract with Hofues. Hofues was said by McDermott to have agreed to put two and a half million dollars into the Stardust after the death of Anthony Cornero Stralla, promoter of the resort. Federel Bankruptcy Referee John Mowbray said he would schedule additional hearings on the matter before recommendation would be made to the federal court. tftSM i 'I" m MWUliW.'U-.-." ' WjWW'WWWWll i 'I "M.IM4W0WI.' jW-WM..wjSU! UUHU.. J m WM HJWjmj w iijuyif r nir.Mjtiji tw WiUjUj . mm 'Mil .J( MW II lj 1 T , i " ' - A "REO" POWER HOWERS I k i May 23, 1957 RENO EVENING GAZETTE 1 ill? a;rf : - v'j I r-r '3 --"-r - ' Brand New! In Crates 25 Off While They Last! " - JS- few v - r GEYSER AT STEAMBOAT put on a full dress display for visitors to the hot water area south of Reno earlier this week. HURRY TO WARDEN'S SAVE-MOR STORE 1466 SOUTH VIRGINIA PHONE FA 3-5413 REPUBLICAN CLUB FOOD SALE Saftway an So. Virginia Sal., May 25 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. Food Donations Needed Call FA 2-8216 or FA 2-6369 You will find a variety of attractive Summer hats in burnt straw color of butterscotch sauce. The burnt color looks wonderful with Summer suntans, and it goes with practically -every color in irair ivarHrnhp Innkc psnpriallv smart with black. i & mm rf W cPWi In! VWSl For a JimiNd time these 1 krvV ' iS2 V beautiful $29.95 17 jewel I i:TSP? 9 X Croton wotches will be on ; f 1 I ' : "vrrVfTv t v ale! AH are tremendous 1 liirifiAr,-- wiJ values and nationally $1995 known- , I it f5Pr BUCCANEER: WoHrproof chrome top, toinlu ttcel baek. With leather band with exp. steel bracelet $21.95 M.U HWmiV jiu.jjjjj.iui uim JANET OPEN AN ACCOUNT TODAY! PAY WEEKLY OR MONTHLY t 1 IsjWtjx 4 JANET: 10K RGP. Steel back with silk cord $19 95 2A As Advertised in LIFE AQUATEEN: Waterproof chrome top, stainless steel back. With strap. :fa.-&:iLsJl $1095 NOW -n ONLY i! if Plus Tax REG. PRICED 1 Established in Reno Since 1920 t MARY: 10K RGP. Steel bock with silk cord $1095 17 JEWEI ?RS SECOND AND VIRGINIA STREETS M ttiirfftiirt w F U R.N I T UR E S IO RI S and SATyOAY MAY 24, 25 HURRICANE LAMPS S 3 COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM ... PAIR 7 PC. SPICE RACK SET $ FOR PAPRIKA, PEPPER, SALT, NUTMEG, CINNAMON AND ALLSPICE ft Whistling TEAKETTLE ALL ALUMINUM. 7 PC. JUICE SET INCLUDES PITCHER AND 6 SERVING TUMBLERS 1 3 SHELF KNICK KNACK SHELF, MAPLE FINISH 5 PC. CONDIMENT SET FOR OUTSIDE ATIO BARBECUE . 2 GALLON FUEL CAN . S cfl WITH SPOUT FOR FILLING ALSO SEALING CAN 4 PC. GOURMET SET $ WITH WALL HANGING BRACKET 5 PC. SPOON RACK 1 SET ONLY CLOTHES BASKET LARGE CANE WOVEN S 4 PC. HOSTESS SET $! SET INCLUDES SUGAR AND CREAMER. . POTATO CHIPPER S .fl THE ALL PURPOSE AND FRENCH FRY CUTTER 5 PC. MEASURING CUP $ ft RACK INCLUDES HANGER SCREWDRIVER SET 14 PIECE MAGNETIC ' INCLUDES CARRYING TRAY ft REVOLVING CRUET S SET FOR OIL, VINEGAR, PEPPER AND SALT ft 8 PC. BRUSH SET REGULAR $2.50 VALUE ft UMBRELLAS RAYON - TAFFETA COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM EDGER, CULTIVATOR $ ft LAWN TOOL SET 9" PRUNING SHEARS ONLY ft LIMIT 2 OF EACH ITEM TO A CUSTOMER FURNITURE S T.O.RiE.S 120-126 W. COMMERCIAL ROW . - RENO - PHONE FA 2-4049

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