Reno Gazette-Journal from Reno, Nevada on November 7, 1957 · Page 19
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Reno Gazette-Journal from Reno, Nevada · Page 19

Reno, Nevada
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Thursday, November 7, 1957
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Slsrdust Vole Favors Plan For Payment Kyburz Blaze Proves Costly November 7, 1957 RENO EVENING GAZETTE f 9 5 c TX tit. RECEIVE HOUSE GUESTS SMITH VALLEY Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Dittman of Burlin-game, Calif., are the house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Zimmerman. Dittman is a cou- KYBURZ, Calif (Special) Fire attributed to a defective flue destroyed 500 Christmas trees and a four room residence Sunday near Silver Fork, Calif The house was owned by Charles Ellis of Sacramento and was rented to Claude G. Harris of Silver . Fork and M. D. Morris of Placerville, Calif., who owned the Christmas trees. Harris valued the 500 trees at $1750. RETURNS FROM KOREA SMITH VALLEY Lt. Fred Alpers, who returned from a year's service with the air force in Korea, is visiting his father, Ernest Alpers in the Grand View district. Ifin of Zimmerman. -V" : - - 1 i l S --:'7 . - r -. . -. -ft1. T " f' ' ' LAS VEGAS Overwhelming stockholder support for the Rella Factor reorganization plan for the Stardust hotel was reported here today by bankruptcy trustee Paul McDermott. McDermott said that the deadline for submitting ballots is Nov. 12 but returns from those already in showed heavy favor for the Factor proposal. Results of the balloting will be presented to Federal Judge John R. Ross on Nov. 18. The plan has already received approval 'of Judge Ross. Mrs. Factor's plan calls for payment of $4,300,000 to court appointed trustee McDermott to be used to pay all creditors in cash and the residue to be paid to the stockholders in cash. If the reorganization plan is accepted, it was indicated that the 1000-room hotel could be com-jleted and opened for business early next April. The resort hotel, which is 90 per cent complete, underwent federal bankruptcy reorganization proceedings following the July, 1955, death of its founder Anthony Cornero Stralla. ft V . yl V t f- " '3- "I . v..: I !' iM Sin 4i HOW IT LOOKED on Monday. Both Gray Re id's employes and those of Stolte, Inc. Contractors are shown working in the same area ne xt to one of the escalators in the new building on North Virginia street. INFLATION, 1853 MEADOW VALLEY, Calif. iJP) Who said prices were cheaper in the old days? Ponder these: That's what gold miners who traded at the Meadow Ranch store in this Sierra community paid in 1853. The prices are shown in store accounts passed down by early-day merchant, Wilson Deane. As the story goes, the miners considered those prices reason' able as everything was brought in by mule pack train, often the last leg of a journey that began by ship out of New York. I " ' - ' : f .'". ' -' oy ' o I H A J CONTROLLER of the new Gray Reid's at 525 North Virginia St. is Joe Townley. Joe is checking invoices of the last of the new merchandise for the store opening tonight at 7:30. Legislation For Alaskans Now Pending WASHINGTON, Nov. 6. UP) More than two dozen legislative proposals dealing with Alaskan matters are pending before con gress or under consideration by government Agencies. Tops on the list and one which would eliminate the need for most of the others is the statehood bill, tentatively scheduled to come before both the house and senate early next j ear. Bills to remedy Alaskan land problems, or to ease government restrictions on land use, constitute the largest single group of pending proposals. Department of the Interior sources list 10 proposals in this category, including one to give Alaska title to land between the high and low tide marks and separate bills to permit federal leasing of lands beneath inland navigable waters and tidal wat ers to the three-mile limit. A fourth proposal in the nature of an omnibus bill would incorporate the divisions of all three. VISIT RENO TOPAZ, Calif. Mrs. Jack Lynn and Mrs. Irene Roberts of Coleville, Calif., were business visitors to Reno Friday of last week. JERRY FLECK moved to Sparks 2 years ago from Win-r.emucca and now works swing shift as a waitress in the coffee shop at Dick Graves' Nugget in Sparks. Jerry is married, has 6 children and lives at 1307 Probasco Way in Sparks. (adv.) Automatic Blankets SPECIAL PRICES FOR GRAY REID'S OPENING! You're never cold never too warm under a G-E Automatic Blanket! Automatically outsmarts the weatherman, giving you perfect sleeping comfort! mm 4-i & vmm mm 36 ONLY! 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