Reno Gazette-Journal from Reno, Nevada on January 23, 1963 · Page 9
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Reno Gazette-Journal from Reno, Nevada · Page 9

Reno, Nevada
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Wednesday, January 23, 1963
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I "i Hotel Investors Get Money LAS VEGAS (AP) Checks! totaling JL8 million have been sent out to. nearly 3,000 stockholders in the original Stardust Hotel "venture which went bankrupt in 1956. Youths Damage ?New Skating Rink Special to Gazette-Journal TEWNGTON The new ice Abating rink just north of Yering-j iJte was i ruined by youngsters Caving in the slush as a new layer of ice was freezing. the future malicious mischief will be charged to anyone driving JJs or scooters on the rirtk and JflfenvUeges will be withdrawn. wso all skaters are warned to J2y away from the sewage dis posal equipment near which the jjrjris located. SAVE U? TO 60 ON STORE DISPLAY bjcrraiHJ CAoims Limited off er see now 'at'. . ST. CHARLES CUSTOM KITCHEN 1585 S. WELLS AVE. Paul McDermott, trustee in bankruptcy for the Stardust es tate, said the return represents about 35 cents on the dollar to the original investors. Tony Cornero, hotel promoter, died before the hotel was com pleted and the project folded. McDermott added that stock holders should receive an addition al 25 to SO cents on the dollar in five years. In his six-year trusteeship, Mc Dermott has processed S9 million in claims against the Stardust Hotel estate. John Factor, Beverly Hills investor, was successful in his bid for the hotel Jan. 1, 1958. He recently made the final payment on the estate. Loses Briefcase Harold Lee, well known Nevada contractor who now resides in Las Vegas, lost his briefcase Monday while he was paying a brief visit to friends in the Reno area. Lee said he missed the blue plastic briefcase after he stopped to chat with a friend in the 1700 block on South Virginia Street The case contained valuable per sonal papers and records, he said. Lee asked mat anyone finding the case call the office of Attor ney General Harvey Dickerson in Carson City. H SAMPLE OF DEMONSTRATIONS AT YMCA DINNER Going through paces are, from left, Sherwood Dixon, Ross Toppan, Frank Dixon and John Tappan. Instructor is Bud Wesley. RENO EVENING GAZETTE, JANUARY 23, 1963-9 Power Company Charge Called 'Hypocritical' LAS VEGAS (AP) Clark County Republican leader George Von Tobel said Tuesday mat the National Rural Electric Coopera tive Associations attack on Nevada Power Co. was "a hypo critical assault on free en terprise." George Von Tobel referred to the charge made last week by Clyde T. Ellis, general manager of the association, that Nevada Power Co. overcharged its cus tomers $8 million from 1956-1960. Von Tobel criticized the association for "pirating" business DRIVER HONORED Awards honoring Greyhound Driver Jerome H. Hammerel of 425 Denslowe Drive, Reno, who has driven more than 1,000,000 miles over a 15 year period with out an accident, have been au thorized by Stan A. Ossman, di rector of safety for Greyhound Lines western division. i - Carson City. ., M IE II JT Ml .- l4i:i3SiJ ill jmOt.-: ; . V r enter spring gfrf W &U i under soft wraps .. 'Jj'f' y? ; new season Jy weoter dresses ' I ' 24.95 : ' :is30?- our season-before-a- L..jf ; season indispensables for south- 7' Jt Dound wardrobes ... cotton I - vf r prints under pastel orlon cordi- . ; t gans, silk blend or rayon V ; "., linen sheaths bearing up beauti f - fully under matching mo- hairs.-. . chamrxiane: liaht blue. -rTrl"" ' ikji w tuui piniv,, lime ' . , " ' 'I I I t or minr green . . . I f; . - - sizes 10-18 - II 13 m ; The Reno Young Men's Chris tian Association holds its 29th annual dinner Tuesday in the YMCA gym on Forest Drive. Nevada Supreme Court Justice Gordon Thompson will be master of ceremonies. The event begins at 6:45 pjn. Lt. Gov. Paul Lax- alt will install new YMCA officers. Speaker will be California Su perior Judge Beach Vasey of Long Beach. Up to 250 guests will be served charcoal grilled steak. The YMCA will be open for tours after the program. Enter tainment will include demonstra tions in judo for boys, men and women, rifle classes, handball, squash, synchronized swimming, aikido, scuba diving and physi cal fitness. Ben Dasher, re-elected to a "Y" Plans Annual Dinner Rep. Baring Named to Head Lands Group WASHINGTON (AP) Rep. Walter Baring, D-Nev., today announced his appointment as chair man of the public lands subcom mittee of the House Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs. Baring said the committee's re sponsibilities are particularly sig nificant to Nevada because of the huge federal ownership of; land m Nevada. - "Many of the state's principal abes are virtually landlocked, he added. "And there is no room for expansion in any direction since these cities are surrounded by the public domain. With Nevada s explosive popu lation growth, legislation must be studied that would permit the sale of lands by the federal gov ernment to the state or munici palities." Mrs. Nora Barbee Of Sparks Passes Mrs. Nora Barbee of Sparks died Tuesday in a local hospital. Mrs. Barbee, 68 years old and a native of Washington, was the wife of Clifford W. Barbee and the mother of Mrs. Lillian Stump, also of Sparks. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Walton Funeral Home. (SET ACQUAINTED SALE luuiuomt LUGGAGE FIRST-TIME-EVER SALE BEGINS JANUARY 24TH ENDS FEBRUARY 6TH... Colors: Tweed and Fawn Only VALID ONLY WHILE LIMITED SPECIAL STOCKS LAST Arkansas joined the Confeder acy on May 18, 186L second term, will b" installed as president. Other officers to be in-1 stalled are Fred Fund, re-elected treasurer, and directors Fred Fletcher, George BastaDr. Joej Libke and Rev. Vernon Kotter. - Retiring from directorships are Dist Judge Grant Bowen, Don Bates and Clayton Phillips. TROPHIES in stock for immediate delivery. ..W ongrav. WESTERNER TROPHY CENTER 44 E. 1ST ST. FA 3-3330 FORT HIGHLAND CHILD CARE CENTER HAS RE-OPENED FOR BUSINESS FA 3-4184 away from Nevada Power Co's biggest customer, the Atomic Energy Commission. "I wonder if they ever figure," said Von Tobel, "the cost of REA powers in terms of taxes lost to the government which must be re placed by the people." The chairman said the power company must pay 52 per cent of its profits to the federal govern ment "The cooperatives pay none and the taxpayer gets stuck for them," he added. "The rural electric cooperatives were created to supply power to rural areas which private power companies could not service. But now, it's trying to take over large industrial users serviced by pri vate enterprise,' he said, . I 9x12 Washable 1 I RUG smvia ! Only I FREE Pick-up The LAUNDERETTE ii II If 141 VESTA . U FA 3-9596 FA2-5481 NEW ,3 RAMBLERS AS 107 AS (o)(o) down PLUS TAX WALDREN MOTORS 1999 S. VIRGINIA ST. " I II ' ITS ALL FIRST QUALITY... NO SECONDS ... NO IRREGULARS s Lucky you, with a first-time-ever opportunity to start or fill out a set from regular stock at savings of 25 . ; PmERSON 'S CCN SIERRA AND WEST FIRST STREETS fey v xr- '-' ? :wvh4 ' ; m v,t ; , v::""fi' i -. i:WMfm0lMim'ii, rv 1 t ' V '": 1 " ' " '$t , - P k -' i H - t-?r,'; ; . v. .A p X jyV li mm -'W pill 1 1 f"'"?'c i - i s - ':f'V-l s '- fef : m m .7 gg-M .... 'VT YxiS! vl , v4 s ' -r' - k !vs- - , s, The Case of the Clean Sweep In olden days, the chimney sweep was a busy lad and a grimy one, covered with soot from head to foot. But today, . wnfK crk monv Vinmps hpfltvl wifh rlpnn MnfiiraT fins thprp isn't rrmrh oaW for fh rhirrmov cwapt Wnmoc Vioatarl with Natural Gas NEVER need their chimneys cleaned . . . there just isnt any soot or grime! Now, as our sweep looks out over that vast natural gas-heated neighborhood in his clean white suit, he realizes there will be no calls there, ever. Tomorrow, hell get a modern job and move into a clean, modern gas-heated neighborhood himself. Like others in the know, he's going first class with Natural Gas! El Paso Natural Gas Company The communities of northern Nevada are connected by pipeline to the immense natural gas reserves of the San Juan Basin, the Rocky Mountain area, and Canada. El Paso Natural Gas Company brings gas from these fields to the IdahohNerada border. Transmission in the state of Nevada is through the pipelines of Nevada Northern Gas Company. In the Reno-Sparks area Sierra Pacif ic delivers the natural gas to homes and businesseSi L. - r i i

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