Reno Gazette-Journal from Reno, Nevada on May 12, 1955 · Page 14
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Reno Gazette-Journal from Reno, Nevada · Page 14

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jfr-KKKO EVENING GAZETTE May 12, 1955 EGG NOODLES Egg noodles taste extra good 'when they are sprinkled with bread crumbs that have been fried in butter to a golden-brown. Serve with veal chops or veal cutlets and tomato sauce! FINE BEVERAGES and EXCELLENT FOOD . "AROUND THE CLOCK ENTERTAINMENT" o o o "WORLD FAMOUS" NEVADA CLUB 1. 224 North Virginia FIND RADIOACTIVE FOOD EDIBLE IN TASTE TEST LOS ANGELES, May 12. UP) Food experts have reported that frozen foods made slightly radioactive by an atomic explosion are still edible. A stall or civu deiense ex perts sampled an assortment of foods which were placed in freezers at varying, distances from the explosion point of last Thursday's atomic test on Yucca Flat in Nevada. H. P. Schmidt, director of the civil defense frozen food test project said yesterday that none of the food was substandard or inedible. The thought of biting into a juicy roentgen may have influenced two of the judges, however. ' iney said that chicken pie OPENS TONIGHT CHARLIE McCarthy MORTIMER i SNERD i i dJIC3C3Y CROWN RECORDING ARTISTS RUDMOiw AMERICA'S FOREMOST JUGGURS ikcPlv'uk STARLETS AMORO-LANOIS PRODUCTION Bill CLIFFORD . AND HIS ORCHESTRA jjeoWnq JOAN ALLEN , VOCALIST ASINO YOUR HOST TWO SHOWS NITELY 912 LATE SHOW SATURDAY RENO'S FINEST CHINESE RESTAURANT MING'S CAFE TRADITIONAL CHINESE DINNER 2.50 A, LA CARTE SERVICE 75c up 246 LAKE ST. PH. 3-7231 , Open S P. M. to 3 A.M. ORDERS TO TAKE HOME nd orange juice which weath ered the Nevada blast in a bur ied freezer only 1,270 feet from the test tower were noticeably "off flavor." But they admitted it might have been because they knew they were still radioactive. Schmidt, of Washington, D. C, director of the National Assn. of Frozen Food Packers, said that the radiation present was not enough to hurt anyone. The nine tasters who sampled the . atomic tidbits were told, however, not to swallow food from the buried freezer just to be on the safe side. . Other food samples were in a freezer in a home 4,700 feet from the lest tower. The judges agreed that there were no changes in samples on the 4,700- foot blueplate. Most of the food samples are going to the University of Wis consin for tests -of nutrition changes and structural differences. Stardust Stock Sale Stopped In California JN SAN FRANCISCO STAY HOTEL SUTTER SUTTER AT KEARNY SAN FRANCISCO Drive -In Garage. Reasonable Rates SPECIAL FAMILY RATES On Friday. Saturday. Sunday Antonio Cornero Stralla, better. known in Nevada as Tony Stralla, i has been ordered by the California commission of corporations to quit selling stock in his Las Vegas ho tel enterprise, the Stardust. Stralla. once the . admiral of a fleet of gambling ships anchored off the southern California coast, has been selling stock in the neignDonng state without a per mit, it was charged. Ivan T. Crase, assistant com' missioner, told Stralla and his as sociates to cease and desist. Stralla and his friends have gone ahead with stock selling and construction of the lavish Star cust layout although informed last year by the Nevada Tax Com mission that Stralla would never be licensed in this state. Named in the "cease and desist order issued by the corporations commission, in addition to Stralla, were Joseph L. Yip of San Francisco apd William E. Peluso, El Cerrito tavern owner. PAY FIREPLACE BROIL Like to do fireplace cooking? Dip scallops (fresh or thawed frozen ones) into melted butter or margarine and roll in fine dry bread crumbs that have been mixed with a little paprika. Broil the prepared scallops in a hinged wire broiler over glowing coals. Serve with a tossed green salad and hat biscuits for a delicious supper. is -v. S 3 if .1 X The Story of Woman's Beauty and Man's Temptation! Forbidden Love He Couldn't Resist! Biggest Film in Hollywood History! 2 Years to Make! A Fortune to Film! Thousands in the Cast! Y001L Dwnlf f Ho IT -?JJX slaves who escape ,s me aungeon iw a wanton orgy of vengeance. mm YOU'LL SEE! Sacrifice of the innocents on the flaming altar of the love goddess Astarte! NEVER BEFORE! Fabulous wheel of fortune offers beauties of every clime to revelers! M-G-M SPECTACLE CINEmaScoPS and COLOR! UNA TURNER AS THE GODDESS OF LOVE! Starring LANA TURNER -EDMUND PURDOM with LOUIS CALHERN AUDREY DALTON -JAMES MITCHELL-NEVILLE BRAND WALTER HAMPDEN -TAIN A ELG-FRANCIS L SULLIVAN JOSEPH WISEMAN-SANDRA DESCHER Screens 5 Times Daily 1 :20 - 3:38 - 5:56 - 8:1 4 - 1 0:32 Continuous from 1 p.m. Plus MGfo Cinemascope Cartoon 'SOUTHBOUND DUCIOJNG" Whenever You're In the MOOD For GOOD FOOD "Wherever You Are Whatever the Occasion Call: 2-1868 "Prompt Delivery Anywhere, Anytime" r.iinuTE-i.iAiD Catering Service GRAND CHAMPION ARABIAN STALLION Cairo, owned by Hadley Beedle of Reno was judged the top Arabian stallion at the 1955 Aggie horse show here. Cairo was bred and reared by Mr. Beedle and is one of the best young stallions on the Pacific coast. His sire is the famous Witez, II, imported from Poland and his dam is Atabi, champion Arabian mare, also owned by Mr. Beedle. Cairo has won at shows in Oregon, Arizona and California and won his two-year-old class and get of sire class at the Arabian show in San Francisco Cow Palace last FalL Rural Phone Use Studied at Meet WELLS Telephone users in the Metropolis area met recently to make plans for continued serV' SPARKS THEATRE Special Jinx Show! ! FRIDAY 13TII At 11:30 p.m. Come Join In the Fun! Two Big Shows at One Price! Continuous Show from 7:00 p.m. ice after July 1 when Wells will operate on a dial system. The subscribers in Metropolis will pay for the upkeep of the line snd pay for their own dial phone. with the company levying small service charge monthly. They will continue to pay for all long distance calls. Subscribers on the rural line include two ranches in the O'Neil section, H. Vance Agee and Horace E. Smith, three at the W. H. Gibbs ranch and eight in Metropolis. TOMORROW ai MIDNIGHT the FRIDAY THE 13TH CREST OPEN ING TODAY THURSDAY. MAY 12TH NEW fUl 3 You'll be thrilled by our newly enlarged and expanded tacilities at beautiiul Tahoe Village UNIT TRAILER PARK (With Large Children's Playground) 6 MODEM MOTEL UNITS 2$ HOUR CAFETERIA 65-FOOT SlVltLilNG POOL 40-DI1IT LflUNDnOMAT (Under Construction To Be Complete June 15th) (Under Construction To Be Complete June 1st) CASINO TV LOUNGE CAROUSEL BAR Also for Your Convenience ir Barber Shop Beauty Parlor ir PrivalcDoach Fishing Pier ir Oakery Goods Liquor Sloro Spacious 700-Gar Parking See the HEW Tahoo Village, Lake Tahoe, South End OLIVER KAHLE Owner & Operator

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