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!EczUttir 10, 1SS5 Food Standards v 4 4 Chief Subject ; At Convention Drug Officials Gather in Reno Late This Month Uniform standards for classify ing food and drugs will be the maior aim of delegates from eleven western states to the an pual Western States Association of Dairy, Food and Drug officials meetine in Reno, Sept. 21, 22, 23. Prevention of misleading labels . on dairy and other products will also be on the agenda for the erouD meetine in the Hotel El Cortez. , .. . BETTER LABELING Explaining the purpose of the meeting. E. L. Randall of the State Food and Drug laboratory in Reno said that the association wants to let each retail customer know exactly what he is getting. Randall said that many labels do r.ot give a true listing of ingredients or materials in a product. To help clear up this and other oroblems in the western states, the association last year formed a committee on uniformity of standards, and definitions of food and drugs. Recommendations will be made by the committee to aid the asso ciation in setting up food and drug laws that will be the same for all eleven states Included in the association are the states of Nevada, California, Washington, Oregon, Montana, r - - J ., r - EXECUTIVE PLANE owned and operated by Wilson's of Reno, and McMahans Santa, Barbara Division prepares for take-off to tales meet ing in Los Angeles. Ready to board plane (left Nevada Record Is Praised In School Lunch Program Entering another year of par ticipation in the federal scnooi lunch program, Nevada children can point with pride to a national Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado, New honor they received tor tne pasi Mexico. Arizona and Utah. Many year, according xo me suue ue- cvf the food and drug laws in these partment oi neaun. Ftates do not agree or coincide at The present time. TOXIC SPRAYS Other important topics on the agenda include discussions on meat and poultry inspection, safeguards against toxic sprays on fruits and vegetables and regulation of the quality of products and accuracy of advertising of many other products. A panel discussion has been planned to help solve problems and a total of 24 food and drug specialists are scheduled to address the gathering. Robert C. Hibben, executive necretary - of the International Association of Ice Cream Manufacturers, will speak on standards lor identification of ice cream.' A talk on enforcement of state pharmacy laws will be given by Floyd Heffron, secretary of the California state, board of phar-.. . macy. " Ralph Horst, chief of the Denver, Colo, food and drug district will describe fake medical, devices. - " Nevada showed the second best ctu' " I T i 1 ! in point of increased milk con-1 m uv sumption in connection with the saies graining ana. reiau store aVaa lnnVi nrAoTfim Jmrf This I wFViOWWH o uuuvmuau Ormsby Baclcs Route Program CARSON Ormsby county commissioners approved a highway department plan to make portions of US highway 50 south of Carson and US highway 395 north, limited access routes. According to a .'resolution adopted by the three commission ers, US50 from approximately one mile south of Carson to the Ormsby-Douglas county line and US 395 from about two miles north of the city , limits to the Ormsby-Washoe county line at Lakeview summit, will have controlled access. .The program was submitted to the commissioners by William T. Holcomb. assistant state highway The plan for control- 01 U. S. Youth DENVER Sept. 10. CSV Presi dent Eisenhower Tuesday called! a Sept 27-28 conference here to chart ways of solving "a serious problem" how to build the physical fitness of America's youth. - - Vice President Nixon will preside at the two-day meeting at Eisenhower's vacation headquar ters at Lowry Air Force base. The president himself will receive the conferees recommendations and speak at a dinner concluding the sessions. . The Denver conference will bring together about 80 persons from such fields as sports, education and, government It will be in the nature of a follow-up of a luncheon which Eisenhower gave in Washington last July 11 to get the ball rolling. Headliners from all branches of sports attended that White House meeting, and the general conclus ion was that American youngsters had shifted to an alarming extent during the last 25 years from ac tive participation in athletics to the role of spectators. And that situation, the consen sus was. has been a big factor in the increase in juvenile delinquency. It also was. blamed in part for failure of many hundreds of thousands of youths to pass physical fit ness tests in the World War II draft. Nixon told newsmen yesterday when Wilson's Furniture Co. of Plans Lfor the Sept. 27-28 V L l Ji ii to right) D. D. Marsh, Reno store manager, Shirley Davis, office manager, Alton Black, James Jeff era, Harry Hardie, all members of the sales staff, and Robert Wilson, owner. Sales Training Is Emphasized year is in. aooa posmon xo re- Terence, to be known The special two-year milk pro- ai ference on physical fitness, but he gram sponsored oy tne leaerai The hQWn here d asKea tnat announcement be de- department of agjiculture foots Ld a .. wow. heW . tte ferred. ' mil ai minj cannnn naininui - mm . . - u 4 f SaaU Barbara, division of Mc- ine vice presiaent discussed of the half-pint of milk that must Mahan.s Furniture Stores with the matter with Eisenhower, after De mClUaeQ in eacn scnooi luncn. ,:-, Ww. 4, ,uj I. mnfersnro an nntinnal wiiT-itv aoung xsevaaa iock xne govern-1 nmhismt unH th. flour Hov ...mnnhi.nrfin,hbU1 . 6"" yum.- r- Mrs. ChriSSie Kellogg, State! look at nlans fnr the "hirthrlavl 01 . . u.l 1 I r uhuiv 1 cuiiuiiciiua uviu, a i u v c suviaui ui uic buiwi u., saie," largest furniture sale of then Nixon has held meetines program, points out that despite its kind in the world which is with van ir AeriArA .fi3"6 ..rrB!!! h.eld each September in celebra- that another conference would be . . . i;.auaitlon or the jounding of the Me- Miuauon which siiuiuu ue tuirai-iMahan nrpanization RECRUITS Five Nevada youths are presently statoined at Parks Air Force Base at Pleasanton, Calif, for the 54- day U. ,S. Air Force basic training course. Pictured left to right are, top row, William H. Volkert, Reno, and Rich ard A. Milroy, Sparks; second row, Clinton Von Renner, Fal lon, and William F. Duncan, " Sparks; bottom, Frederick W. Taylor, jr., Babbitt. Upon com pletion of basic training,, the airmen will be assigned to an air force technical school or to duty at a permanent base. ed this year. years) ... ago. Visitor Dies In Havthorne HAWTHORNE Ernest Butts dependently) haven't the patience cial values in all departments Yer 'ne country xor tne necessity j0f San Anselmo, Calif., died sud-to wait in line at the noon hour. 1 throughout the month of Sep-101 adequate physical fitness pro-Jdenly Sunday afternoon at the Trouble is that a good many of r Wilson's will participate this the pupils in the 67 Nevada school year with their own third "birth- systems which participate (Reno I day sale", which will present runs its school lunch program in- store-wide reductions and spe- a good idea. Our investigations up to now indicate there is a serious problem," Nixon said. 'The reasons for it are these: "First, a lack of appreciation Fg3 Arc32nt i 1 LAS VEGAS A dispute be- 'Z tween the Qty of Las Vegas and local insurance agents over a city edict that "they pay a business license fee, has been resolved in favor of the insurance men by a ruling from the office of Attorney General Harvey Dickerson. The statfr official ruled th-"- state insurance law, which re quires companies doing business in Nevada to be licensed by the . state, precludes a municipality -enacting an ordinance requiring ; a separate license fee. The question was put to the at torney general for a ruling by - Paul Hammel, state insurance' commissioner, after the dispute, arose over the licensing of the-agents. . " Assistant City Attorney Ralston Hawkins, however, said that ' the city would continue to charge business license fees to insurance ; agents until such time as a court I rules otherwise. City Manager A. H. Kennedy, hinted that the city might stop doing business with the insurance agents altogether, and carry its own insurance. ' . Kennedy estimated the city pays upwards of $38,000 a year for various kinds of insurance. He said it has been pooled among the various agents here. 'A. Order Issued In Bank Case Instead they head down town tember, with their, school. lunch money, which they proceed to spend for soft drik and a few sweets. "We're hoping that parents and teachers will be able to convince bad engineer. led access was approved by the state mgnway ooaiu ai a met the children that this is a last week. . habit," Mrs. Kellogg said. Making me nignways control led access routes is part 01 an overall plan which calls for the realignment and widening of highway 50 to four lanes up the . -1 . 1 V-l Th Nevada summe court has -Tee" I" ordered Secretary o( State John start sometime next ywra Koontz to either accept the filing p " papers of a proposed Las Was I bls rund CarMn- College Opens Business Course Vinnemuccan's Mother Succumbs Former Teacher Visits in Topaz grams in the schools; secondly, a Mineral county hospital in Haw lack of facilities playgrounds I thorne. Death was attributed to and the like; and finally, a lack of heart attack. i me sports, Mn Butts had come to Haw- np n . . urj- 1 r" wii-Niji,ivijjA. word or tne aiisnrci. w uic wwieni alter tne jeweirv store ownea ana idmth of Mk vrinnu v- n.. ;wiia w w, iiaunjr, muic laim- operaiea dv ms Drotner, uetwy xi. mother f Mrc Mmwn u u c u auicu personnel. 1 Butts, wno naa oeen taKen 111 ana Brown, has been received here. SALT LAKE CITY Open- w new we went to school, an I wno was a patient at tne local Mrs. Brown suffered a frac incr f a snerial twn-vpar hiii I nour oi pnysicai eoucatlon was re- uospiiaL Ernest nutts was tured ankle at her homo ir I . i 1 9 m . I sit c 3 a -i j aI . ness course at the College of St. ior every oooy. surveys to- siricKen 111 aunoay ana rusnea 10 Aurora, 111., Sept. 2, and had a Mary-of-the-Wasatch was an-1 ua now l"ai ine average is oniy uic opiuu wnere e uicu a 1 neart attack while the bone was tunc itiici. f neme set on Monriav rpsultinc corporation or show cause why he rejected them. The proposed firm, America bank, wants to engage in the banking business in Las Vegas. The incorporators are listed as attorney Clark Guild, jr., of Reno, B. F. Relin of Las Vegas and Injured Rodeo Cowboy Succumbs ESCONDIDO. UP) A rodeo TOPAZ. Miss Violet Cook, whose mother, Mrs. Lily Kirk-wood Cook, liver in Bridgeport many years and in this valley for a short time,, stopped by to mail nounced today by Sister Marie I about 22 minutes. de Lourdes, president of the college. Subjects included in the course are typing, shorthand and trans cription, business mathematics, accounting, business machines, economics, secretarial practices, Injunction Urged Phone Rate Boost some cards to her aunt, Mrs. business law, statistics, consum- Born in South Dakota on No-m her sudden death. She had vember 5, 1902, Erest Butts had been in apparent good health, made his home in California for Born May 15, 1868, she had many years and was employed as spent most of her life on a farm a watchmaker in San Anselmo. at Waterman, 111. Several years He was a veteran of World War ago she moved to an Aurora n. wtel where she had since made SiirvivW Mr Butts his her home. On several occasions T.AR VFOASt TKo T.o Vamc Emerv Kirkwood. The latter has L nnnmiK Fnol5sh' T-alimnn -s.. 1 il-sj widow. Mrs. Erma Butts of San sne had visited in Winnemucca rwpntlv snlH her hnmp in Orantre I 1. 1,,K 'l0,, ' . ''. U Anselmo- a Hantrhter farnlvn Survivors include her daughter, Calif, and is now living with he; r Openmg ofth son, RobeA, both of SaS Mra- Mwyn (Grace) M. Brown, riaiitrhter. Tillian and familv in nn. ku k v.. seeK an injunction against tne Rafael OaHf a sister Mrs granaaaugnters, jvirs. ATinur Smilh Officer Out of Navy SMITH VALLEY. Lt. (jg: Viola Neill returned to her home here last Saturday following her j release from the U. S. Navy, in which she had served for the last two years. i She had been stationed at Seattle during her tour of duty. Her grandmother, Mrs. Laura Weihe, spent the last month in . Seattle with Lt. Neill, and accompanied her back to Smith Valley. Mr. and Mrs. J. C Greenley and family left Wednesday for a two- weeks vacation to be spent with relatives in San Jose and Ventura. Mrs. Edna Day returned home Tuesday from a short visit to Mono Village at Twin Lakes, Mr. and Mrs. Phil M. Russell and son, Stephen, and Mrs. J. H. Mallory have returned to their homes in Denver, Colo, after visiting here at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Miller, parents of Mrs. Russell and Mrs. Mallory. Mr. and Mrs. Corodon Dye of Walnut Grove, Calif., were recent house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fulstone. Graduates of Smith Valley high, school who will enter the University of Nevada are Norma Annett, fc-dne bchwake. Donna Soder-strom, Anka Markovich, Janice Rowntree, Stanley Terrell and Billy Young. Returning to the uni versity for his sophomore year is. Harvey Neill. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Werner and children Larry and Nancy are vacationing this week at Lake Tahoe. , Fred M. Anderson of Reno. They cowboy hurt when thrown from a hama. The Kirkwood's other ,isitiVf . vnw J Southern Nevada Telephone Com. Beatrice McGrath. of San Ra- English, Winnemucca, Miss also are stockholders alonsr with bucking horse in a rodeo atl. , j famiw aien U:., . 1....! .-is j ...1. faoi an tn wouk tp Carolyn Brown. Sherman Oaks, - 1 m ? i uuunii v xiuia uivt j uw ma n ill i rifK ttth fn idpv inriiin 1 iiTi tiv 11 n rii 1 wnnn 1 no iiriiirv nr. 1 iuvi( aim v v vt.A. x o. mwj j - M, D. Harry Ilinkle and F. J. Boulton, all of Las Veeas. and Edward Ward of Kant a Moniea Calif . while being The firm would be capitalized nospuai at cisnop 10 one CloseSidney Hoffman, Bishop Monday diea oi ms injury fi. . ft Mrs. Emery L 2 "Z yZZ and Delora Brown, San XT TT m T I 1oir I . . . . . . . .. . I O --v-"""&i. 1 " 1 V-UO. UHU 1 . I MlnMlKiM in. xaei:uK, numan x.i-j . , - I KirKwood tauent scnooi in tnisi mQoV.;no tta . uHthnnt th Dnnrn.,.i nf Butts of San Rafael Jesse-Alien Jones, ou, ribnuy, - . ui - -t"- . died near here in an ambulance r" . ' comptometer, a lu-key addmg iNevaaa tidiic service i;ommis- tunerai services were con- transferred from a imacnine, two aictaung-irans- lauctea weunesaay. aitemoon at at La uauu Iiunnuuu "'l cribing machines, a multigraph, uieu: buuurciuiiuiucioaircii.iK a tto maChine and electric and nn 10 seex an injunction against in San Bruno, Calif. Funeral ar- was sneriii oi uaono county years i manual typewriters. the rate raise, until such a time rangements were made by the as- St Mary's, will issue a certifi-1 as adequate service is provided, Hawthorne Funeral Home, Howard Taylor and son, Don- cate to students on completion of or vaim ine Public service com-ald Taylor, returned to their Oak- the course. Those who wish to mission approves a rate increase. land home Friday. continue their education after The telephone firm has been Mrs. Elva Myers, cousin of the two vears can en on to a considering the institution of a James McKay, stopped off here bachelor of science degree with rate "icrease with or without the to visit, one naa oxiven ojw business maior lappiunu uie jiuouc service with 500,000 shares of stock, of which 20,000 would be issued for $25 each. Koontz told reporters he rejected the firm's articles of incorporation last week because they hadn't first - obtained . approval of the state bank examiner as required by law. - The supreme court show cause hearing was set for Sept 29. Jolla. He had suffered a broken neck, j His wife, Gloria, and two small children survive at Bishop. Francisco, and one great grand daughter, Marlene English of Winnemucca. afM T3 r ma1tm The city board instructed. Can- Golden Gate National cemetery p""!; 7-" for on to seek an injunction against in San Bruno. Calif. Funeral ar- ,e!d?!yem?5r AUivra wnere iunerai arrange ments were to be made following their arrival. Christmas Opening Hope off Stardust LAS VEGAS Plans to complete the Stardust hotel and open the 1000 room establishment by Christmas were disclosed today as workmen returned to their jobs at the con- Eleven new struction site. Work on the hotel was halted a month ago over difficulties with some of the trade unions involved in the construction, i Donald Patterson, general contractor, said iat that, time that construction would remain halt ed until assurance could be obtained there would be no further "unwarranted" union jurisdictional disputes. Patterson said that 104 men have returned to their jobs at Fine Collection Boxes Approved WINEMUCCA parking meters at Sonoma Inn and trial use of parking fine collection boxes were approved by members of the city council Tuesday evening in Nixon hall. For the first time since meters have been operative in Winnemucca, Sonoma Inn will be banded by six on Lay street and five along West Third street resulting from a parking problem survey. The fine collection boxes will be tested for three months and are being installed on meters on the the hotelf that the full work- mam auccu. uuacs peruui violators to pay tickets without going to the city clerk's office. Six fine collection boxes were authorized following information by Police Chief John Duarte that collections increased by 25 per cent in other cities where the boxes were enforced. Due to many of the orginal be coming worn out or in need of repairs the city board consented to the buying of 50 new devices for Winnemucca streets. . miles since leaving San Francisco to visit her home in Missouri. She was on her way to the bay area when here. She has taught school nine years in Hawaii, but will teach in San Mateo, Calif., an an exchange teacher this year. She departed Friday on the last lap of her trip. Lodge Members Attend Session Lassen Cancer Drive Over Top SUSANVILLE J. R, Barron, chairman of the Lassen county 1955 fund drive for the American Cancer Society, has received word that the county was the 28th. in the state to surpass its goal. The following workers solicited residents throughout the county: ing force should be back within Mrs. Roland Peachee, Sunsan a week. ville Mrs. June Edmisten. Miss . The halt on construction fol- Selma Tuffte. Mrs. Melba Ayers lowed by a day the sudden death Ld Chairman Hazel Hamel, all of Tony Cornero Stralla, pnna- f Herlong: Mrs. Esther Snook, commission, it was reported that it could be done legally if a bond I assuring subscribers of return of their money is posted, in the event the PSC does not grant the in I crease. H. G. O. Weiler, general man ager said the comnanv needs a LOVELOCK, Portuguese $408,000 increase immediately to members or Lovelock Council No. I Keep me utility solvent 157 attended statewide meeting at Fallon, Sept 3. A banquet was held at the VFW hall. The hon orary supreme commander, Man uel Mendonca, of Merced, Calif., was present. New members pledged from Lovelock Fans Attend Rodeo Before the adoption of stan dard time in the United States in 1883 there were 27 different times in Michigan, 38 in Wiscon sin, 27 fn Illinois and 23 in In- Retired Herlong Worker Honored HERLONG, Calif. Louis F. Guilmette, retired employe of Sierra Ordnance Depot, recently received his ten-year pin in recognition of meritorious and faithful service here. Making the presentation was Col. Howard M. Elliott depot commander. Guilmette came to Sierra during October 1945, and worked successivey in Salvage, General Supply Storage, and Headquarters- Inspection. He retired in April because of ill health. pal promoters of the project Vegas Commission Votes Pay Boosts LAS VEGAS The Las Vegas city commission has voted pay raises for some 64 members of the city fire department Fire Chief Elmer Gates said the would amount to about Westwood; Mrs. Leneva Zam-boni, Doyle; Mrs. Jane Bailey and her assistant. Mrs. G. A. Blickenstaff, Janesyille; Mrs. Mayda EUedge, Standish; Mrs. Tiffon Cannon, and her assistant Bill Farris. of the Lake Leavitt area; Mrs. Leroy Cramer, John- stonville; Mrs. George Carter, Little Valley; Mrs. Jack Hum phrey, Milford; Mrs. May Spra ker, Janesville; Mrs. Ruby SUBSTITUTE SODA Young people love- this soda mit a roiinln of tahlesnonns oflovf;nn chocolate-flavored syrup (the $20 per month for each member Phelps, Rayendale; Mrs. Glovena kind that comes in cans) in each cf the department glass. Add cola beverage and a The new pay scale, which is scoop of vanilla Ice cream. Stir retroactive to Sept 1, gives hose a few seconds with a long spoon men a salary ranging from $305 to combine the chocolate syrup, to $381 engineers $341 to $426 and the cola, then serve to ap- and captains $403 to $503 a preciative youngsters. ironth. ? Criss; Nubieber; Mrs. Esther Mc Clelland. Litchfield, and Mrs. Emrnett Wallace, Wendel. Costa Rica, with a population of 850,000 boasts it has more teachers than soldiers. Army Training Course Completed LOVELOCK Among those! attending . the rodeo at Winne mucca over the holidays were Mr. and Mrs. Ross Menca, Mr. and! Mrs. Fred Cox, Mrs. Kate Sa linas and Miss Laura Jeanne Fagg. Guests at the Fallon rodeo I were Mr. and Mrs. Bige Duncan and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Duncan and family and Mrs. Seb Cornwall. Mr. and Mrs. John Sellers and family have moved in from the! Ships Summer cattle range at Clover Valley, Calif. They will make their home at the Ship! ranch in Lovelock for the winter. Susan Setty celebrated her thirteenth birthday at her home with guests coming on horseback. Army Pvt Victor C Brower. toveiocK were ivianuei Sylvester son ot Air. and Mrs. John V. and Miss Katherine Aufdermauer. Brower, Las Vegas, recently was Toastmis tress for the event was graduated from the Militarv Po-I Mrs. joe boares, president of the lice Training Center at Camp Fallon chanter. Ifiordon. Ga. Those attending from Lovelock Private Brower. who Hon Later in the day the children ana I -' - " - V - v UI.V41UCU I . . . , . I were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mateas the school after completing basic! tneir Paren: enjoyea a weiner ana iamuy, mr. ana Mrs. Manuel training at Fort Ord. Calif was roasi at uie rui Moura and son Tommy; Manuel taught unarmed defense, traffic I Rev and Mrs Wesley inaw Sylvester, Miss Virginia Aufder- control and other law enforce- aaA children, Mike and Vic, Mrs. mauer. ment Aitiwt. 1 Charlett Enckson, verona Mar The 19-vear-olrt oMir -nt- tin. Darrel Toliday and Raylyin the army last April. He is a Lovelien attended, the Assembly 1954 graduate of Las Vegas high of 000 Fellowship meeting at school. ittawtnome. Three Indicted In Herlong Theft Phelmon James CordelL Wat son Joseph Williams and Kathleen Zumwalt of Herlong, have been indicted by a federal grand jury in California on charges of conspiracy, theft and illegal possession of government property. Assistant United States Attor ney Robert S. Woodward said the charges are the outgrowth of the theft of 1800 pounds of Brass shell primers at the Sierra Ordnance Depot in Herlong. The trio is accused of cutting a barbed wire fence to gain entrance to the depot . EXCAVATION AND GRADING , Estimate Givm DUMP TRUCKS . SX1? LOADDS CONTRACT at tSMTAU rrmr 3-7539 - 520 E. 2nd tL YOU'LL UXE and EGGS KEAKFAST Aa DAY end Lunch Counter 103S S. Vtosinta Mm m 11 W. CmmmncM Urn )o (L II & tL 0C3GOnlG F3i::Ctl PIlOTOGDAPIl BECSUB'JVAtCI 1K THIS OFfia GOOD UNTIL SEPT. 17th r 4 CENER0US SELECTION OF PROOFS CX1NS TIIIS AD 217 N. ST. Call 3-3781 -s. 0RM0S1' J PHOTOGRAPHERS ) w HI THE

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