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Friday, September 1, 1961
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s Dennis the Menace -I "Ya know somethitV? I after I get Gazette TV Log FRIDAY iwt f - AftrnM irVoo 2 Queen tor a Day p,, Brighter Dayj Secret Storm ' 8 Be My Guest m :30 2 Wto Do You Truif . 5 Topper a Edge ot Night Py4:0C J American Bandstand ew SCapt. Satellite w 4- Movie jHr4:30 4 Popeye tamtiOO 2 Buckaroo SOO 4-Capt. Sacto . T""" . 53 -tooges -Uncle Happy J:30 2 Rln Tin Tin 4 Bold Journey a . e Sheriff of Cochise l aWNational Velvet e r " ' !; tvenint - .. i:00 2 Rough Riders 4 6 News . S Amos 'N' Andy 8 Assignment .1S 4 Huntley-Brlnkley 6 Doug Edwards 4:30 2 Highway Patrol 4 Channel Reporta . ' S-Jefft Collie I , a Whirtvbirds L 7:00 2 Action Theathrt 4 Movie , 'f 5 Pony Express e Tale of the Vikings tt 8 Pioneers lJ:30 5 TBA fi 6 8 Rawhide rj:00 2 Harrigan S Red Hlckey Show " 8:15 s Foomair V- $-.30 2 Flintstones f , 6 Route 66 -:00 2 77 Sunset Strip - . . ' 4 Lawless Years , i, :30 4 Westinghouse Playhouse J 4 Adventure Theater " 8 Candid Camera M:00 2 The Detectives i' - . . 4 5 News f", . 4 Twilight Zone "v I 8 77 Sunset Strip 10:30 2 Law & Mr. Jones 4 Three Star Theater 5 Paul Coates 4 Person to Person 11:00 2 News; Movie 5 Ripley; Movie , r 4 News; Movie i , , 8 Assignment i.l?:30 4 Late Show 12:45 2 Final Edition . 1 :00 4 News ' 4 Late Show Vital Statistics DEATHS HENDERSON In Rawlins, Wvo., Aug. 31, 1941; Mrs. Mildred Henderson. ' Funeral arrangements will be an nounced by Walton Funeral Home, JHANKS Friends are Invited to at-tnd funeral services for Thomas A Shanks, Satuday at 10 a.m. a the home chapel of Ross-Burke Co. with t Rv Blake M. Franklin of the First i a- Baptist Church clergyman; burial in r - Hillside Cemetery. " TRAKALIOTIS The body of Chris John Trakaliotis, also known as Chris John Trakas, was accompanied to the W. W. Chambers Funeral Home in Washington. D. C. for military sen Ices; burial In Arlington National ' Cemetery; Ross-Burke Co. In charge of local arrangements. ; LEONARD In Reno. Aug. 30, 1941 ' Walter R. Leonard; a native of Dent County, Miss. - Funeral arrangements will be an-i- nounced later by Ross-Burke Co. !' PAPPAS In Reno, Aug. 31, 1961, Mrs. Blblena J. Pappas; wife of George Paooas of Reno; mother of Mrs. Olga Sink of Reno; grandmother of Vkk, Lynn, Susan and Wendy sin an or Reno; sister of Nikolas KOcsis of Hungary; a member of St. Mary's Star of the Sea Church, City Island, N.Y.; native of Tenesvar, Hungary. Funeral arrangemnts will be an nounced later by Ross-Burke Co.; burial will be In Our Mother of Sorrow Cemetery. KREITZER Friends may call at the home chaoel of Ross-Burke CO. until noon Monday, Sept. 4, to pay their last respects to Paul Kreitzer; cre- ' matlon will follow at Mountain View ' Crematory. GARDNER Friends are Invited to attend funeral services for Mrs. Carrie Langston Gardner Saturday at 2 p.m. at the home chapel of Ross-Burke Co. under the direction of the Church of . Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, with Bishoo Vincent Keele conducting, and " with Queen Esther Rebekah Lodge No. 9 of Sparks. The body will be accom-1 panied to Ely, Monday where commit-1 tal services will be conducted at the Ely Cemetery on Tuesday. LOS ANGELES (API (FSMN) Alfalfa and grain hay unchanged. Carlot arrivals: 2 wheat, 8 barley, 1 corn, 3 milo, 7 flour, 4 cereal, 44 hay. ! Butter, Eggs, Cheese SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Egg prices to retailers: Large AA cs ,44-50, ctns 47-53; large A cs. 42-49, ctns 45-52; med AA cs 3441, ikCtns 39-46, med A cs 33-40, ctns 38-45; small AA cs 20-26, ctns 23-29; small A cs 19-25, ctns 22-28. Extra large A cs 47-52, ctns 50-55. SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Butter Grade AA 61 to 62 cents per j pound. , CHEDDAR CHEESE Prices Jo retailers: Single daisies, 42 Va tM 47. Mild American Cheddar, f40-lb. blocks, 4-1 Vi at 46c. Pro-essed American loaf, 424, at 454 c. fc, ; - 9 FT n ii hi i : sin 1 1 ' I i 1 II 111 I L T j . 9-1$ b y. a ffl 1 - V . . j ' 2L- ' " fAJe widlt to i extend our heartfelt thanks and appreciation for the acts of kindness, messages of sympathy, and beautiful floral offerings received from our kind friends and neighbors during our recent bereavement in the loss of our son and partner, James Gianpietro. . The Gianpietro Family Axel Mason Little Joe Schwartz by Hank Ketcham kinda LIKE to take a bath goin good!" i Fire Damages Historic Train In Carson City CARSON CITY (AP-The fire which burned part of the historic Virginia and- Truckee line train here won't affect a possible restoration of the line, said William Hart, state parks director. Hart said that as far as the state is concerned there won't be any plans made to restore the old V and T line in the next two years. 'Old 27", one of the trains that played a part in Virginia City's silver boom, was damaged by fire Wednesday. The blaze destroyed the passenger ear and part of a baggage car at its site on the edge of Carson City. Hart said he could only guess at the loss, estimating between $8,000 and 59,000. "Old 27" made its last run to Virginia City in 1950. The train has frequently been a hotel" for transients. Cause of the fire is not known. Hart said he was for restora tion of the line but added that he thinks it should go hand in hand with the restoration of Vir ginia Gty. The Nevada Heritage Foundation has pledged donations to help renovate the train. Evicted Casino Customer Files Assault Charge LAS VEGAS (AP A Negro paraplegic who claims he was ejected from a gambling casino because of his race signed an assault and battery complaint Thursday against a guard at the casino and one of its owners. Nolan . Sharp, 40, of Los Ange les, said he entered the Golden Gate Casino last July 4 and Italo Ghelfi, a part owner, ordered se curity guard John Sivak to throw him out Sharp said Sivak grabbed him and forcibly removed him from the building. The complaint signed at police headquarters was turned over to the city attorney's office. A spokesman there said it would be studied to see whether it should be filed in court. The Nevada Commission for Equal Rights of Citizens met July 16 to hear Sharp's charges. Ghelfi and Sivak were subpoenaed but refused to testify. Sivak Thursday declined comment. Ghefli could not be reached. Bank Clearings SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Bank clearings: San Francisco $159,300,000. Oakland 514,436,235. Berkeley debits $6,240,432. Los Angeles bank debits: today $351,388,050; last year $321,646,749. MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW YORK (AP) Stocks Mixed; dull trading. Bonds Mixed; governments lower. Cotton Irregular; quiet trading. CHICAGO: Wheat Narrowly mixed; evening up trade. Corn Lower; liquidation. Oats Steady to firm; scattered demand. Soybeans Mixed; nearby months firm. Hogs Steady to 25 cents higher; top $19.25. Cattle Slaughter steer offerings meager; no sales. ' M.. C ridiiy rtJiimiei Among Victims In Air Disaster (Continued from Page 1) which is five miles southwest of the crash scene. The blast spewed burning oil arid scorched the side of Broz' house, melting the plastic screen? on windows. A big wheel assembly rocketed through the side of a corrugated steel machinery shed. Inside the shed later, portions of three bodies were found. DEAD SCATTERED The dead were scattered with debris over an area one-fourth by three-fourths of a mile. Scattered effects included a baby bonnet, a bathrobe, shower clogs, a partly burned dress. There were broken traveling bags arid suitcases As. morning came, a hundred more officials and workers pre pared to collect the bodies. A Red Cross emergency disaster unit crisscrossed the field, driving stakes with numbers on them into the soft mud beside each body Then, came the specialist team a group of police officials, Civil Aeronautics Authority and FBI men, physicians. The dead were taken to the Cook County Morgue in Chicago, First reports indicating the plane had exploded in the air and crashed in a fiery mass were emphatically challenged by sever al residents of the area SHEET OP FLAME Charles C. George Jr. said he heard the big ship's engines roar close by, looked from his bedroom window, and saw the plane's black silhouette skimming about 50 feet above a couple of small trees. "There was a tremendous roar from the plane's engines," George said. "The next thing I saw, was a huge sheet of flames as the plane hit the ground." George ' Holub, 46, a photographer who lived nearby, said he first heard the plane's engines and detected some sputter over a straining roar.-"There seemed to be engine trouble," he said. "I saw nothing, but heard the crash," he said. WEATHER LITTLE CHANGE (Information as furnished by the U. s. Weather Bureau at the Reno Municipal- Airport. Temperatures hi9h and low for 24 hours ending at 4:30 AM Sept. 1, 1961.) Nevada-California Stations RENO Austin ' attle Mountain Carson Elko eiy Fallon Las Vegas Lovelock Tonopah Winnemucca Sacramento Susanville Stead AFB h I 14 43 78 50 86 59 83 59 80 58 78 48 88 58 95 74 91 63 86 57 85 60 97 61 84 59 82 FORECAST REtJo AND VICINITY Partly cloudy through Saturday, little change In tem perature; hish today, 84; low Saturday, 43; high Saturday, 80. SOUTHERN NEVADA Mostly sunny today and Saturday, slightly warmer Saturday. SIERRA NEVADA Generally fain-cooler in northern ranges today. EASTERN NEVADA Partly cloudy today, tonight and Saturday; scattered showers Saturday; possible snow in northern mountains tonight and Saturday; colder In north and central portions. WESTERN NEVADA Variable cloudiness today and Saturday; scattered showers in northern portions this after noon and tonight. PRECIPITATION Last 24 hours, none; to date, .76 of an Inch; last year this time, .87 of an Inrh: normal. .46 of an inch. SUNSET Friday, 7:30 p.m. SUNRISE tatiirtiav. 4-28 a.m. SUNSET Saturday, 7:29 p.m. SUNRISE Sunday, 6:29 a.m. THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Ir, Albany, cloudy 84 66 .. Albuquerque, clear 79 52 .. Atlanta, cloudy 83 M M Bakersfield 95 70.... Bismarck, clear 83 61 .02 Boston, clear 84 68 .. Brownsville 97 79. . . . Buffalo, cloudy 83 68 . . Chicago, rain 95 74 .. Cincinnati 91 69 .52 Cleveland, cloudy 88 66 .. Denver, clear 81 52 .12 Des Moines, cloudy 90 69 .. Detroit, cloudy 90 72 .. Fairbanks, clear 63 42 .. Fort Worth, clear 95 76 .. Fresno 95 64 .... Helena, cloudy 77 51 .. Honolulu, clear 87 76 .. Indianapolis, cloudy 89 70 .05 Juneau, rain , 54 46 .43 Kansas City, rain 87 71 .02 Los Angeles, cloudy 74 60 Memphis, cloudy 89 70 .01 Miami, clear 87 81 .. Milwaukee, cloudy 93 71 .01 Mpls.-St. Paul, cloudy 93 73 .. New Orleans, clear 91 73 .. New York, clear 91 71 Oakland 69 61 .... Olahoma City, clear 91 74 .. Omaha, cloudy 86 71'."..' Philadelphia, clear 88 66 .. Phoenix, clear 96 73 .. Pittsburgh, cloudy 95 68 .. Portland, Me., clear 80 64 .. j Portland, Ore., cloudy 75 61 .40 i Rapid City, cloudy 93 63 I Red Bludd 94 77 .... Richmond, cloudy 91 67 .. St. Louis, cloudy 90 66 .. Sacramento 89 63 .... Salt Lake City, cloudy 87 67 San Diego, cloudy 76 63 San Francisco, claer Seattle, clear Spokane Tampa, clear Thermal Washington, cloudy (M Missing) 66 58 .. 72 56 .34 75 54 .12 93 75 .. 101 70 .... 91 75 .. SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Wheat No. 1 hard white 3.45-3.50. Corn: No. 2 yellow transcontin ental 2.65-2.66. Rest grains unchanged. Opinion Says Board Could Close Shows (Continued from Page 1) ards of suitability in live entertainment. Such standards could be enforced by disciplinary action against the gaming licensees, Foley said. Alone with the opinion to the Gamahg Commission, Foley sent a memorandum to district attorneys in Clark and Washoe County and city attorneys of Las Vegas and Reno. SEVERAL REASONS The memorandum pointed out action which may be taken by countv and city governing boards of the two areas if they desire to prohibit nudes in entertain ment; Foley then gave several reasons why he feels it is necessary for action to be taken to protect the national image of Nevada gam ing, and the economy of the state. "Today, Foley said, "no one will question that tourism is our major industry and no reasonable per son can doubt our economic de- pendance upon it. "Gambling, it is generally felt, is the backbone of tourism, the major attraction for tourists. For better or worse, then, Nevada today is wed to gambling.' FOCUSED OS NEVADA With the influx of tourists into the state, Foley said, it is na tural that national interest is focused on Nevada. It is essential, he said, the national public image be favorable. "If the national image is such as to bring condemnation upon our gaming industry, then we must if not for moral reasons, which should be enough, but for our own economic security so conduct our gaming industry that in all aspects it finds public acceptance through out America and, at the same time, is not inimicable to the best interest of the people of our state." Foley said it was not enough for the state and local governments to concern themselves only with financial status and persona background of licensees and methods of operations. K seems necessary, he said, that both the state and local gov ernments "take positive steps to the end that the byproducts of gambling shall not adversely af fect the public welfare or jeop ardize the industry, thus the eco nomy of the state." Lawmakers of the political subdivisions should consider whether the "type of entertainment that has brought down strong criti cism from Nevada clergy, and has received national publicity, is in our best interests," Foley said. Baseball Club Owner Purchases Hotel, Casino LAS VEGAS (AP) Business man Del Webb today completed acquisition of a Las Vegas hotel and a casino and said he saw no conflict between them and his baseball holdings. A spokesman said the Del Webb Corp. gave lVa million shares of its stock in exchange for the 2Vi million shares of the Sahara-Ne vada Corp., owner of the Sahara Hotel and the Mint Casino. The spokesman said the casino operations in both establishments would be leased out for about $7.2 million yearly, thus cutting Webb off from gambling. Webb said Baseball Commis sioner Ford Frick indicated there would be no problem with gam bling. "He told me one time it was none of his business," Webb said "I played baseball for nine years and nobody ever saw me bet a nickel on a game." Confessed Robber Held for Trial Kenneth Carl Ferrell, who po lice say is a repentant robber, waived a preliminary hearing, during arraignment in Reno Jus tice Court Thursday, and Acting Justice of the Peace Harry Guer- in bound the Denver,' Colo., man over to Washoe County District Court. Ferrell told authorities remorse prompted him to turn himself in for arrest at Bijou, Lake Tahoe, Sunday for robbing taxi driver Paul Crocker in Reno a week ago Thursday. "I couldn't sleep nights and I kept remembering the look on the cab driver's face and that he had two pr three children at home," police quoted Ferrell as- saying. Crocker told officers a robber forced him at gunpoint to give up his wallet near Reno Munici pal Airport. . Guerin set bail for Ferrell, 22 at $3,000. 1 N. .Y. METALS EW YORK Metal prices: Copper, electrolytic, delivered U. S. 31J0O c lb.; New Yor refinery 30.82-'i c lb.; Lake 31 00 c lb.; export F.A.S. U.S. ports 30.50-30.62 Vi c lb nom. Lead, common, N. Y. 11.00 c lb.; St. Louis 10.80 c lb. Mangenese, 99.9 per cent pure. I to 20 tons, 34.25-36.25 e lb. Quicksilver, S188-191 76-lb. flask. Tin. N. Y. prompt delivery 124.7S c lb. Tungsten powder, 98.8 per cent min imum pure, $2.7$ norn lb. Zinc, prime western, N. Y. 12.00 c lb.; East St. Louis 11.50 c lb. MUTUAL FUNDS Bid Asked Affiliated Fund 8.66 9.36 Bullock Fund 14.60 16.00 Concord Fund 16.46 17.79 Delaware Mutual 13.27 14.59 Div. Shares 3.53 3.87 Eaton & Howard . 12.84 13.87 Hamilton H-C7 5.88 4.42 Hamilton H-OA 5.77 , i Incorp. Investors ' 8.81 9.63 Instl. Growth 12.26 13.40 Mass. Inv. Trust 15 53 16.97 Mass. Inv. Growth xd 18.27 19.97 United Income 13.21 14.44 Wellington Fund xd 15.S7 16.97, Gaming Racket Investigators Want New Law (Continued from Page 1) the subcommittee sought to learn if he now operates a race wire service in Hot Springs, Ark. Now 68, Madden said he had given up "criminal activities' and retired, but he refused to tell from what he retired. He said that might incriminate him in some way. Madden also refused to tell whether he still Is in the race wire business, and he got a prompt warning from Sen. Karl E. Mundt, R-S.D., that this didn't mesh well with his sworn avowal of a break with crime. Mundt mentioned perjury laws. SINISTER BOSS Carlos Marcello, named in testimony as a "sinister rackets boss," failed to show up for ques tioning about his Nola news wire service in New Orleans. His lawyer pleaded that Mar- cello is ill, and got a stinging warning from McCIellan that Marcello will be cited for contempt of Congress if he doesn't either come in for quizzing Sept, 7, or produce a sworn medical statement that he is too ill. Nevada Rodeo, Stock Show Set In Winnemucca Special to Gazette-Journal WINNEMUCCA Gov. Grant Sawyer is scheduled to be present at the 33rd annual Nevada Rodeo here Sept. 2-3-4 along with other highranking officials. For the last several years the governor has opened the annual three-day show. He will head the parade Saturday, according to Don Leigh ton, rodeo board mem ber and parade chairman. A 40-horse drill team of the Carey Riding Club of Carey, Ida ho, will perform at the Rodeo under the sponsorship of Sonoma Inn and Frank Garteiz. Fifth annual Humboldt County 4-H Exhibit Day and Livestock Show is scheduled today, Saturday and Sunday. There will be more than 500 4-H project exhibits and 23 head of livestock. Open to the public, the exhibits will be shown in Nixon Hall Ftiday from ten to six. Saturday morning the livestock show will be held across from Nixon Park to be followed by showmanship contests. Dan Cas sard, livestock .specialist, U of N, will judge the stock. Saturday afternoon in Nixon auditorium the annual 4-H Exhibit Day pro gram of demonstrations, fashion show and awards will take place Sunday the annual 4-H livestock auction will be held at the rodeo grounds at 11 a.m. with Vern Ryan as auctioneer. Bill Warren will judge the new event of 4-H horse manship following the auction. Humboldt Nurse Took Own Life, Jury Declares wiNiNfcMUtX'A (AP A cor oner's jury has ruled that the Aug. 29 graveyard death of Mrs, Tilly Childers was caused by an overdose of a type of sleeping pill. Mrs. Childers was found lying dead on her husband's grave Tuesday morning. A near-empty bottle of sleeping tablets lay nearby. Mrs. Childers, a nurse, had been living and working at Humboldt General Hospital since early this year. She was 45. A member of the hospital board elected in 1960, she had resigned her membership to become a nurse again. She will be buried Saturday following funeral services at St Pauls Catholic Church. Mrs. Childers was born in Mc- Gill in 1916. She attended nurses college at St. Alphonso's in Boise Idaho, for three years. She came to Winnemucca in 1937 as a nurse for Dr. J. E. Hughes. She married Lloyd Childers in 1946. He died in 1959. She was a member of the Amer ican Legion Auxilliary, and was a past president of the Eagles La dies Auxiliary. Members of the coroner's jury were: State Sen. John Fransway, Red Dillon, hospital board chairman, and Marvin Clausen, Hum boldt County assessor. FAIR SKIES PROMISED FOR HOLIDAY Hie Labor Day weekend will dawn cloudy and warm tomorrow In the Reno area with no rain in sight to mar activities over the three-day holiday. The Saturday forecast called for a pleasant 80-degree high after an overnight low of 40 degrees, according to weather officials. Residents of other Nevada areas may not be quite so fortunate. Showers were forecast for eastern Nevada with 'snow expected overnight in the high northern mountains. Extreme northwest a(tas of the state also face possible showers tonight. From New York Today's Closing Stock Quotations STOCK AVERAGES v THE ASSOCIATED PRB Sept. I 30 Ind 15 Rl 15 Utl 60 Sts nn in. . B ,2 O .3 Unch Friday 3707 124 1 134.3 255.5 Prev. day 370.2 125 0 134 6 255,5 1 war avo J24.S 115.5 108.5 220.6 ACP Indus 58'. Jones 8. L 70 A r Reduc 75 Kaiser Alu 45'. i !,,w'-r2 49 Kenn Coo 83'A "2 h LOP G,8 54 Allied Str eov. Llbby McN 13'. Alum Ltd 31 Litton Ind 47 Alcoa Alum 76' Lockh Aire 49 Am Air Lin 22 Viacy R.H. 2 Amn Can w M G M 47'. Amn Cyan .2' Minn M&M 76' Am Motors 1844 vlonsan Ch 56 74 Am Potash 57 Viont Ward 30 Amn Smelt 70 Motrta Inc 91Vi A T - T 121 Nat Biscuit 78 Amn Job 991, Nat Cash R 108"i Amn Vise 60V. Nat Dairy 9'. Ampex Cp i94 Nat Distil 27H Anacon Co 54 Nat Gypsm 61 Armco Stl 77 Nat Lead 884 Armour Co 48'i HY Cetral 17'. Atchsn Top 27i4 No Am Ay 54 Avco Corp 23 Nor Pacific 4344 Bendix Av Vorthrp Air 57'. Beth Steel .2'. 311 Math 50' ' Boeing Air 5414 ac G&EI 83' Borden Co 6iy4 Pac Light S6'. forfl Warn 43 c T4.T 46 Burroughs wy, Pack Bell 17 Cal Pack j a Am 17V. Cam Soup 124'a Param Plct 73' Case, Parke Daw 35' Cater Trac 41', Penney JC 48 Ceianese Co 37 Penna RR 15Mi Chance Vgt Pepsi Cola 52'4 Chrys Corp 54 Phel Dodge 5 -Itles Svc 53', Philco Cp 23H Clevlte Cp si', Philip Mor 100 Cols Palm 49,. Phillips Pet 60 Col Brd Sy. 351 Proct & G 98 Colum Cas 26'. Radio Corp 57'. Com Ed 931, Raythn Mfg 41 Con Edison 75 Repub Stl 43 Containers 26'4 Rexall Org 56 Contl Can 42 RWi Met 46V. Contl Oil yyy4 Rey Tobac l44'j Corn Prod 56' Rheem Mfg 16V. Crane Co ' 69'30 R 'chfld Oil 43. Corn Prod 56'j Safeway St 55H Crane Co 69' 1 St. Regis Pa 38'. Crown Cork 12V1 Schenley In 29V. Crown Cork 112V? Sears Roeb 70 Curtiss Wr I8'j Sne" oi' Co 41 '1 Deere Co SI Sinclair oil 40 38i4 Socony Mbl 44V. 37i2 Sou Cal Ed 76 15 Sou Pacific 26'j 10114 Sperry Ran 26'. 244 Std Brand 76 IO414 s,d OH Cal 51 'a 2fjm Std OH Ind 51 Vj Std Oil NJ 44'4 2734 Stand Pks 22H 82V4 Stude Pack 10 W Swift 8. Co 43'i 12 Tenn Gas 22'. 29 Texaco Inc 55 31 Texas Inst 142 72 Thiokol Ch 47? 9314 Tidewat Oil 21 Vj 47 Tran W Air 13'4 22 Transamer 39'. 2512 Twent Cen 35 83 Un Carb 138'4 64 Un Oil Cal 53'. 72'i Un Pacific 35'4 45'2 Unit Air L 44"j 25 Unit Aircft 5G 38 U S Borax 40 "3 33Xi U S Gvpsm 98 50 US Rub 60' 4 30 US Steel 85 Disney Pd Doug Aire Dow Chem DuPont Co East Air L East Kod El Paso NG Fed Mogul Fllntk Co FMC Corp Ford Mot Forem Dair Frueh Tlr Genl Dyna Genl Elec Genl Food Gen Motors Gen Refrac Genl T&EI Genl Tire Ga Pac Cp Goodrich f Goodyear T Greyhound 3ulf Oil Hew Pack Homestake Ideal Cem Inland Stl Int Bus M Intl Harv Intl Nickel Intl Paper Intl T 8, T Johns Man Un Oil Cal Un Pacific Unit Air L Unit Aircft U S Borax U S Gvpsm U S Rub U S Steel Varian Aso 4AV4 Varian Aso 50'. 522"i Warn B Pic 86 28 45 73 53 Westg Air 83V4 Westg Elec 36 Woolworth 59 Zenith Rad 66V4 195'? Reno Bookmaker Denies He Evaded Federal Bet Tax Gazette-Journal Caron City Bureau Former Reno bookmaker Her man Byrens Thursday pleaded in nocent to six counts of evading payment of the federal wagering tax on $17,3.ju in bets. The plea came after Federal Judge John R. Ross refused to grant a motion for dismissal of the charges. However the judge did grant a motion for a bill of particulars asking the government to furnish the numbers on the tickets on which he allegedly iailed to pay tax. Byrens, who sold his Reno Turf Club last year, is charged with failing to pay 51,795 of the federal 10 per cent wagering tax in 1957. Byrens is free on $5,000 bail pending trial. If convicted, the maximum penalty of 30 years im prisonment and $30,000 in fines can be imposed. The indictment alleges Byrens paid 512,674 in taxes from April through December, 1957, when he should have paid 544,569. It charg es Byrens "willfully and deliber ately attempted to evade a large part of the excise tax due." Patrolman Hurl-In Mishap Here; Driver Is Cited Washoe Medical Center attend ants reported this morning that the condition of Reno Police mo torcycle patrolman Wallace Donald Walen, injured in a collision on South Virginia Street Thursday night, is not serious. "So far, all we can find are some scratches and bruises," the report stated. Police said their investigation shewed that Walen's police motorcycle and a car driven by Peggy Mae Barton, 38, of 758 Balzar Circle, collided as both were northbound on South Virginia and the auto was turning left onto Gentry Way. Miss Barton, a casino dealer, was not injured, police said. They charged her with making an im proper turn and with failure to signal. Land Value Jury Hits Compromise A Washoe District Court jury late Thursday awarded Edward W. Gnadig 522,600 as judgment against the Nevada Highway (De partment for land used to develop Highway 395 north of Reno into a four lane limited access road, end of almost four days of trial during which Gnadig's and highway department witnesses differed on appraised value of his trailer court near the Stead Air Force Base Interchange. The state's top offer had been 517,400 for the land. Gnadig sought 530,000. Milton Manoukian and Eli Gru-bic represented the highway department in the action and Don-nel Richards was Gnadig's legal counsel. PACIFIC COAST EXCHANGE Ampex Boeing General Dynamics Friden Lockheed P. G. 8.E. P. T.aV T. Seaboard Flnanct Union Oil 19' 52H 31 55'4 48 83 47 22'i 53 RElfO EVENING GAZETTE Radio Station In Violation Says McCIellan (Continued from Page 1) semination of racing news in Las Vegas was legal, givine the in formation to a race wire service in Los Angeles where it is illegal was a different matter. Swanson said he had been op erating in Las Vegas successfully for 10 years and considers the Nevada system of open, legal gambling to be the best possible solution to the gambling problem. He said "he has a license from the state, city and county to eet and transmit results of horse races, and is very strictly super vised. , . Swanson said he had made his agreement with the radio sta tion in 1952. For the racing information ob tained from KRAM at 5150 a week. Swanson said he charges two bookies in Reno each 5245 a week, while customers in Southern Nevada pay 5225 a week each. He testified this gross from the two Reno customers and two at Lake Tahoe is 5340 a week, and from nine customers in southern Nevada 51,950 a week. Swanson said gambling in Ne vada was "free of syndicates and the unhealthy influences when gambling is underground." Parade Opens Pair in Elko ELKO (Special Hundreds of spectators crowded along the line of march this noon for a parade officially opening the 1961 Elko County Fair. The procession, with 27 com mercial, organizational and chil dren's entries and floats, formed at Sixth and Commercial Streets led by Gov. Grant Sawyer and Lt. Gov. Rex Bell. Gov. Sawyer officially opened the fair one hour later. Hundreds of visitors thronged Elko for the three day event. This afternoon's program at the fair grounds included horse racing, and stock horse competition. An outstanding field has been entered : in the Intermountain Quarter Horse Futurity, feature of Monday's racing program. Theft Charged Clerks in a local store held Floyd Cuba Jr., 26, who listed no address, for Reno police Thursday. Officers charged Cuba with petty theft. Store employes told police they saw Cuba put several cans of food and other merchandise into a pocket and walk out of the store. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE , Bids will be accepted until 2:00 P.M., Monday, Sept. 11, 1961, for livestock grazing on property owned by me Nevada Fish and Game Commission in Washoe Valley. The area will be available for grazing of 175 head of livestock between September 15, 1961, and November 30, 1961. Contact Nevada Fish and Game Commission, Reno, Nevada. Box 678, or phone FAirview 3-0311 for bid ipeciflca- Sept. 1-5 IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OP NtVAiin, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE. No. 193583 Dept. No. 2 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF FREDERICK A. LUGENBEEL, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned has been duly appoimea ana qualified by the above entitled Court on the 23rd day of August, A. D. 1961, as Administratrix of the estate of FRED-DRICK A. LUGENBEEL, deceased. All creditors having claims against said Estate are required to file me same with the proper vouchers attached, with the Clerk ot the Court within three months after the first publication of this notice. Dated August 31st, A. D. 1961. Mabel A. Lugenbeel SINAI & SINAI, Attorneys for the Estate. 319 First National Bank Bldg., Reno, Nevada ..,.-- Sept. 1-8-15-22-29 IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE No. 193975 Dept. No. 1 u tuc lllTTfB OF THE ESTATE OF FRANCES L. PHILLIPS, deceased. NOTICE IS HtKtbT oivtn inni r-io e o T a Pull I IP. havina filed in this Court a document purporting to be the last will and testament of FRANCES L. PHILLIPS, deceased, and a petition n,.ulnn that the urnn be admitted to probate, the hearing thereof has been fixed by said Court for Friday the 8th Oay OT aepiemDcr, itoi oi t.jw vi.iw.fc A.M. of said day at the Court House in inc v.i r w. n.i'v, .ww..., v ' and all persons interested in the said estate are notified then and there to appear and snow cause, it any iner h., urhu mmiM ulll chmitH nnt h ad mitted to probate and said petitioner appoimea execuior inereoi. UAitu: Augusr zs, mi. H. K. BROWN, Clerk By: B. RYAN. Deputy August 26, 31, Sept. 1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND OTHERS CONCERNED Pursuant to Chapter 408, Nevada Re vised Statutes, notice is hereby given that on August 21, 1961, Contract No. 1074 between Isbell Construction Company and the State of Nevada, for construction of a portion of the State Highway System on U.S. 95, between 10.5 miles northwest of Babbitt and 12 miles south of Schurz, Mineral County, Project No. F-006-4(6), was accepted. All creditors having claims against said contract must file said claims with in thirty (30) days after acceptance ot said contract. Information relative to the manner of filing claims may be obtained from the undersigned. W. O. WRIGHT State Highway Engineer Carson City, Nevada Aug. 26-28-29-30-31, Sept. 1-4-S-4-7 IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE No. 193777 Dept. No. 2 CHARLETTE BERNICE SLAVICH, Plaintiff v. ' TONY FREDERICK SLAVICH, Defendant SUMMONS The State of Nevada sends greetings to the above-named defendant: You art hereby summoned and required to serve upon Herbert F. Ahl-swede plaintiff's attorney, whose address is Washoe County Courthouse, Reno, Nevada an answer to the Complaint which is herewith served upon you, within 20 days after service of this Summons upon you. exclusive of the day of service. If you fail to do so, ludg-ment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. This action is brought against you for a decree of divorce In favor of the plaintiff on the ground that defendant has treated plaintiff with extreme cruelty. (SEAL) H. K. BROWN, Clerk of Court . By J. SBRAGIA, Deputy Clerk Date: Aug. 17, 1961. Aug. 18 25-Sept. 1-8-15 SEPT. 1, 196113 LEGAL NOTICES'- LO IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE ilATfc OF NfeVArOA. IN AND FOR IHfc COUNiraCF WASHOE , a No. 193631 Dept. No. I ANTONIO RADILLO B fiJitiff AIDA RECINOS DE RADILLO. -' OeteHbanl SUMMONS f Th State ot Nevada sends araefinaa to tnc above-named defendant: , . You are hereby summoned and, required to serve upon Herbert 6. .Ant-sweoe, plaintiff's atiorney, wnose address is Washoe County Courtnouse, keno, Nevada an answer to tn Complaint When Is herewith served upon you, with 20 days after service of this Summons spoti you, exclusive or me aay ot wsice. if you tail to do so. judgment by leteutt will be taken against you for tnfe)ief demanded in the Complaint. This action is brought against you for a decrea' of divorce In favor of the plaintiff orf tha ground that defendant has treetetf ian- tift with extreme cruelty. (SEAL) H. K. BROWN, 'Clerk of Court By J. WHITMORE, Deputy , Crk DATE: Aug. 10, 1961. Aug. M-2S, JepJ. I IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OP WASHOE ... NO. 193445 Dept. No. X NEVADA FINANCE CORPORATION OF RENO, Nevada Corporation. Plimtiff JAMES F. INGERHAM and tpBlE INGERHAM, also known at D&8IE DOVIE INGERHAM, Deferment SUMMONS . The State of Nevada lends greetings to the above-named defendants: , , You art hereby summoned and required to serve upon LOYAL ROBERT HIBBS, ESQ., plaintiff's atiorney, wttosa address is 140 North Virginia Street, Reno, Nevada, an answer to the Complaint which is herewith served upon you, within 20 days after service ot this Summons upon you, exefusiya of the day of service. If you fail tojM to, judgment by default will be takefTaginst you for the relief demanded In trie Complaint. This action is brought by the plaintiff against defendants to recover tn amount due plus Costs' of suit on a promissory note executed by defendants in favor of plaintiff on, .April o, I960. . J (SEAL) H. JC BROWN, Clerk of Cpurt By D. CAIN, Deputy 'Clerk Date: August 2. 1961. ' ' Aug. 4-11-125 Sep! I IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY t OF WASHOE. f No 193287 Dept. No. 2 k IN THE MATTER OF THE CSTATE OF ANNA BASSMAN, Deceased. " NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been duly appointed and ual-ified by the above entitled Court on the 9th day of August, A. D. 1961, as Executor of the estate of Anna Bassman, deceased. All creditors having claims against said Estate are required to file the same with the proper vouchers attached, with the Clerk of the Court within three months after the first publication of trtis notice. I Dated August 9th, A.D. 1961. , RICHARD BASSMAN Jr. VARGAS, DILLON . BARTLETf BY; John C. Bartlett, - Attorneys for the Estate. Aug. 11-18-25, Sept.; 18 IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRJCT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE Z No. 193460 Dept. No.T NANCY H. KELLEY, also knotfrr as FRIEDA H. KELLEY, Plaitiff LOUIS M. KELLEY, Defendant SUMMONS f The State of Nevada sends greetings to the above-named defendant: , You are hereby summoned and 're quired to serve upon MAURICE J. SUL LIVAN, ESQ., plaintiffs attorney, wnose address is 158 North Virginia Street, Reno, Nevada, an answer to the Com plaint which is herewith served upon you, within 20 days after service of this Summons upon you, exclusive ot the day of service, it you tan to cxr so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Complaint. This action is brought 14 recover a judgment dissolving the bonds of matrimony existing between you and plaintiff on the ground or mree Years- separation, an as is more ruuy set form in plaintiff's verified complaint on, fiit herein. (SEAL) H. K. BROWN, Clerk of Court By A. NIXON, Deputy Clerk Date: August 3, 1961. Aug. 4-11-18-25 Sept 1. I IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF TH ESTATE OF NEVADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY 4 OF WASHOE. , No. 193345 Dept. No. 3 . FRANK N. AURILLO, . Plaintiff v. CATHERINE H. AURILLO, Defendant. SUMMGNS The State of Nevada sends greetings to the above-named defendant: You are hereby summoned and - re quired to serve upon GUILD, BUSEY & GUILD, plaintiff's attorny, whose ad dress is West First Street at Rorf Way, Reno, Nevada, an answsr to the Complaint which is herewith served Op on you, within 20 days after service! of this Summons upon you, exclusive of the day of service. If you fail to . do so, judgment by default will be ta)en against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. The above entitled action is brought to secure a lodgment - "divorce upon the ground of extreme cruelty entirely mental in character, a is more fully set forth in the complaint. (SEAL) H. K. BROWN, Clerk of Court By J. SBRAGIA, Deputy. Clerk Date: July 28, 1961. " Aug. 11-18-25 Sept. -t r .wr IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY sOF WASHOE No. 193810 Dept. No. 3, JOAN LOGAN BARTLAM, Platiff ROGER WILLIAM "dARTLAM, r Defendant SUMMONS f The State of Nevada sends greetings to the above-named defendant: . You are hereby summoned and re quired to serve upon SAMUEL B. FRAN- COVICH, Esquire, plaintiffs attorney. whose address is 125 No. Center Street, Reno, Nevada, an answer to the com plaint which is herewith served -upon you, within 20 days after service ot mis Summons upon you, exclusive ot the day ot service. If you fail to do so, iudg- ment by default will He Taken aadlnsr your for the relief demanded in the Complaint. This action is brought to 're cover a judgment dissolving the bonds of matrimony now and heretofore exist ing between you and the plaintiff, , on me grouna or exrreme cruelty. . Date: Aug. 17, 1961. . (SEAL) H. K. BROWN, Clerk ofTOurt By E. LIVERMORE, Deputy Cferk Aug. 18-25, Sept. 14-15 IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY PF WASHOE , No. 193818 Dept. No. 1 JAMES H. SOTO, Plaintiff v. MARIE SOTO, Defendant SUMMONS 1 The State of Nevada sends greetings to the above-named defendant: . You are nereoy summoned ana .re quired to serve upon E. J. MORRIS- SETT, ESO. plaintiff's attorney, wnose address is i?5 w. 1st ST., P.O. nox rj64, Reno, Nevada an answer to the. Cam-plaint which is herewith served upon you, within 20 days after service, of this Summons upon you, exclusive , of the day of service. If you fail to do 'so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. This action is brought to recover a judgment and decree of this court torever aissoiveo me oonasi or matrimony now and heretofore existing Deiween you ana me aoove namea plaintiff on the ground of your extreme cruelty toward plaintiff; and other relief; all as more fully described In The Complaint; (SEAL! H. K. BROWN, Clerk of court By B. RYAN, Deputy Clerk Date: August 18, 1961. 1 E. J. MOR RISSETT, , Attorney for Plaintiff 1 125 W. First St., r.U. BOX 1264 Reno, Nevada i . Aug. 18-25 Sept. l-f-15 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOW-fatR- MISSION TO APPROPRIATE THE PUBLIC WATERS OF THE STATE OF NEVADA Application No. 19960 Notice is hereby given Thar on trie 28th day of June, 1961, Steen Ranches of Franktown County ot, Washoe, 5a'e of Nevada, made application to the State Engineer of Nevada for permission to appropriate six second feet of the public waters of the State of Nevada. Diversion is to be made from 'an underground source at a point tv (he 5fc" NW'4 Sec. 3, I. 16 N.p K. IV t.. M.D.B.aVM., or at a point frorrt! which the N'4 comer of said section 1 Dears N 31 degrees 34' E., a distance .of 2.346 feet. Water will be conveyed ,to the places of use located within portions Of the SE'4 NW', 5' Nfc"4l, NCV SW'4, N"i SE'-i Sec. 3, SW'i NW'4 and the NW", swv, sec. 2, T- 16 K., R. 19 E., M.D.B 8.M.. and mensfo be used for Irrigation and domestic pur poses from January 1st to Decennaer 31st of each year. r Date of first publication Aug. is, i?6i Date of last publication Sept. 15, 161 Signed: EDMUND A MUTH State Engineer. Aug. 11-25-Sept. 1-SjiS 7-

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