Reno Gazette-Journal from Reno, Nevada on June 12, 1958 · Page 5
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Reno Gazette-Journal from Reno, Nevada · Page 5

Reno, Nevada
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Thursday, June 12, 1958
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101,000 LAYING HENS AT WORK IN NEVADA The 101,000 laying hens on the job in Nevada layed an average of 18 eggs each during the month of April, more than one-lialf egg under the April national average of 18.62 eggs per hen, according to a bulletin released by the U. S. Department of Agri-ci'ltur's marketing service. Nevada's farm and ranch ehickents laid approximately 1.800,000 eggs during the month of April, some 200.000 less than in April, 1937, and 800,000 eggs less than the state's 10-year average for the month, stated the report. Nevada poultry raiser received an average 38 cents per dozen for eggs last month, four cents higher than the average a year ago, but received only 15 cents per pound for chickens compared to 17 cents in April, 1957. Prices received per pound for chickens are on a live weight basis. Feed prices for poultry raisers is slightly lower than it was a year ago, with laying mash costing $5.30 per hundred weight and scratch grains averaging $5.20 per hundred weight. Current prices bring the value of one pound of feed equal to 9.4 dozen eggs or 3.7 pounds of live-weight chickens. Brown fo Seek Re-Election fo Senate Post DISCOVERY DISCOVERY MODESS WITH NEW FEMININE FABRIC Sheerest luxury . . . perfected protection 3DIR.UG- 127 N. VIRGINIA ST., RENO 938 B ST., SPARES LAS VEGAS Two names, both .prominent in the Nevada political field, were in the news again today as State Sen. B. Mahlon Brown, 46, announced he would seek re-election to a third term and George Foley, 36, son of Federal Judge Roger T. Foley, announced his intention of seeking the Clark county district attorney's office. Brown, a Las Vegas attorney and a Democrat, is a former Las Vegas justice of the peace. He has been a member of the Nevada legislative commission and during the last two sessions of the state legislature served as minority leader in the upper house. Foley, brother of former district attorney, Roger D. Foley, is also a Democrat and will be making his first bid for public office. He is one of five brothers associated in the practice of law here. Foley is the third lawyer to announce for the office as Gordon Hawkins and Venoy Chris-toffersen. also Democrats, previously reported their intentions. Hawkins and Christofferscn are both members of the staff of District Attorney George Dick-erson. ' Brown is the first to announce for the post he has held for more than seven years. IMPROVE SYSTEM FALLON Improved telephone repair, installation and emergency service will be available here when a short wave radio system linking six repair trucks to the central office is completed, according to Harold Rogers, manager of the Churchill county utility. Desert Inn Operators Get Stardust Game License LAS VEGAS. Operators of the Desert Inn have been approved by the Clark . county licensing board as operators of the gaming and liquor concessions in the new Stardust Hotel which is scheduled to open July . i All gaming licensees presently are licensed at the Desert Inn except two men who will be in charge of management of the casino. They are John Drew, formerly of Reno, who has a five per cent interest in the casino, and Milton Jaffe of Pittsburgh, Pa., who has a two per cent interest. Officers of the Karat, Inc., the corporation which was licensed by the board to operate gambling, include Moe B. Dalitz, president; Drew, vice president; Allard Roen, secretary and treasurer. Stockholders include Wilbur Clark, Thomas McGinty, Morris Kleinman, Samuel Tuck er, Bernard Rothkopf, Robert Kaye, Ruby Kolod, C. J. Jones and Jaffe. Approved by the county board to operate the bar in the Stardust was the United Subsidiary, Inc., with officers listed as Clark, president; Roen, vice president; Rothkopf, secretary, and Dalitz, treasurer. Roen, who represented the groups at the licensing board hearing, said it is planned to feature all the usual games in addition to faro and race horse keno. The request approved calls for the licensing of 24 games and 200 slot machines. The Stardust, billed as the world's largest resort hotel with 1000 rooms, is nearing completion and will be ready for the July 2 opening, according to spokesmen for the Rella Factor interest, who acquired the property in a bankruptcy action brought after the original promoter, Anthony Cornero Stralla died. Keno Evening Gazette g June 12, 1958 Rode a Horse ROANOKE, Va. (JP) Mrs. I Virginia B. Scott, Roanoke's 1958 "Business and Professional Woman of the Year," says the first year she taught school the children came in covered wagons and she rode a horse. "I loved every minute of it." she said. But, lest she appears an ancient, she said ihis was only 25 years ago at Grassy Creek school in the North Carolina mountains. Father's Day is June 15th xr f 4 ' f sv"a, POP'S COOL FASHION POLO! r Baked t " wmtM.- arm TG'Borr tlil 1 New Shipment JUST ARRIVED STEEL GYM SET ONLY Sfl (888 Two swings, chinning bars and glide bar all add up to hours of backyard fun for your youngsters! Buy at big v savings! ft Installation $5.00 Extra W Vinyl 7V Heavy duty vinyl tank type swimming pool has plastic drainage outlet. Rigid tubular frame. Easy to assemble. Provides hours of merry-ment for the kids. Installation $5.00 extra. EASY TERMS KIDDIES' SHOP 130 WEST FIRST FA 2-3471 J Sizes S. M. 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