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DENNIS THE MENACE by Hank Ketcham County Board Races Draw Top Attention (Continued from Page 1) Gazette TV Log September 1, 1938 RENO EVENING GAZETTE ff Information furnished by TV Stations MY DAD (S A 0A(?r?. Ori,YS, I MSo HAVE A VOG- AAWED SA00ptf he's Kind CFO?AZK ana uiey are subject to change. The Reno Evening Gazette assumes no responsibility forthcir correctness. For further Information call Station KOLO TV. Phone Fa 3 0721 of Com munlty Antenna, FA 3-0741. - A0OUT MY FAMLY. Monday COMMUNITY ANTENNA (Channels 2. 4, C) KOLO-TV (Channel t) 2 American Bandstand 'He's restin' 'cause this is LABOR Day, Joey. Ye see, Labor means. . .Aw, SKIP it!" TIZZY By Kate Osann mm z - r-.- -f yj M A inifc W TM. . UJ. fn. on. .. . . now a deputy attorney general Georgetta was appointed fol lowing resignation of Gordon Rice earlier this Summer. ASSEMBLY RACE Both the Democrats and the Republicans will choose seven nominees to run in November for assembly seats allotted to the Reno district. Republican hopefuls are James Bailey, incumbent, Hugo Cavalli, former policeman, William L. Foster, city councilman, Frederick L. Hill, incumbent, Marvin B. Humphrey, incumbent, Mabel Isbell, incumbent, J. Harold M a h a n , railroad passenger agent, Howard F. McKissick, incumbent, Robert L. Schouweiler, insurance, T. P. Botti, real es tate, Harry B. Swanson, at torney. Democratic assembly candidates from the Reno district are Roger Bissett, Harold S. Cliis-holm, Chauncey A. Crosby, Drake Delanoy, Jerry J. Mona-ghan, Norman W. Rockholm, Charles M. Duenwald, Kenneth H. Bovard. SPARKS POSTS Seeking the nomination from the Sparks assembly district, are four Democrats, with two to be nominated. The Democrats are Chester S. Christensen, incumbent, Artie D. Valentine, incumbent, Ralph A. Hoy, railroad en gineer, and Oscar D. Jepson, retired railroader, and former assemblyman from Sparks. Washoe county has a total voter registration of 32,805, with 16,890 Democrats and 15,058 Re-Dublicans. In the minds of the experts voter turnout is not expected to exceed 60 per cent. 'You shouldn't feel embarrased about your mother and fathers dancing. AH parents are square. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE TO BIDDERS The Nevada State Purchasing De partment will receive sealed bids In their Office In the Printing Office Building, Carson City, Nevada, to: 1 :0O P. M. DST.. September 4, 1958, STEEL, for the- fish and gam Commission at Reno, Nevada. 1:30 P.M. DST, September 4. 1958,' LUMBER for the fish and game Commission at Reno. 3:00 P.M. DST., September 4, 1958, LABOR AND MATERIALS FOR A FENCE for the State Hospital at Seno. 1:30 PAf. DST, September 5, 1958, for the state Printing office at Carson City. 2:00 P. M. DST.. September 8. 1958. WOOD POSTS for the Department of Highways at Orovada and the Fish and Came Commission at Las Vegas, Nevada. 2:15 P.M. DST, September 8, 1958, STEEL POSTS for the Highway De partment at Orovada, Fish and Game at Terington and the Fish and Came at Overton. 10:00 AJJ. DST, September 9, 1958, PAPER for the state printing Office, at carson vivy. 1:30 P.M., DST, September 9, 1958, KINO BINDERS for the Highway De partment at Carson City. 2 :00 P.M, DST, September 9, 1958. FIXER, DEVELOPER and MIXER for the highway department at Carson City. 2:30 P.M. DST, September 9. 1958, PAINT for the highway department at E1KO. 1:30 P.M. DST, September 20, 1958, a sale of used PICKUPS, PLAT FORMS and AUTOMOTIVE EQUIP- MELM at the Nevada State Hignw&y Yards. Coney Island Drive, Reno, Aevaaa. All bids will be publicly opened and read at the above time and date In the Nevada State Purchasing De partment, printing Office Building, Carson City, Nevada.. Proposal forms may be secured from the State Pur chasing Director. The right is reserved to reject any or an proposals or to accept tne one deemed best for the Interest of the State of Nevada. FRANCIS E. BROOK8, Director Nevada State Purchasing Dept. Sept. 1 only IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE No. 175415 Dept. No. 3 uiuis. a. wii.i.iiMs, Plaintiff T. ELIZABETH WILLIAMS, also known S HKLKN WILLIAMS. Defendant SUMMONS The State of Nevada sends greet ings to the above-named defendant: You are hereby summoned and required to serve upon Pike & McLaughlin, plaintiff's attorney, whose address is 15 East First Street, Reno, Nevada, an answer to the Complaint wmcn is nerewitn served upon you, within 20 days after service of this summons upon you. exclusive of the day of service. If you fall 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 dissolving the contract of marriage existing between you and the plaintiff upon the ground that you have lived separate and apart from plaintiff for more than three consecutive years last past without cohabitation. Date: August 11, 1958. (SEAL) H. K. BROWN, Clerk of Court By A. MINOR, Deptuy Clerk Aug. 18 25. Sept. 1-8-15 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND OTHERS CONCERNED Pursuant to Chapter 408, Nevada Revised Statutes, Notice is hereby given that on August 27, 1958, Contract No. 1017 between Dodge Construction, Inc., and the State of Nevada, for construction of a portion . of the State Highway System on U. 8. Highway 50 between East foot of Hicklson Summit and 9 miles East, Lander and Eureka Counties, Project No. F-002-3(7), was accepted. AU creditors having claims against aid contract must file said claims within thirty (30) days after acceptance of said contract. Information relative to the manner of filing claims may be obtained from the undersigned. H. D. MILLS State Highway Engineer Carson City. Nevada Aug. 29-30. Sept. 1-2 3-4 5 6 8 9 CLASSIFIED ADS BRING RESULTS MARKET HOLIDAY Because today is Labor Day, the New York stock exchange and the various commodity markets, reports of which are carried daily in the Reno Evening Gazette, are closed. The reports will be resumed Tuesday. RECKLESS DRIVING A motorcyclist observed driv ing eratically was arrested for reckless driving by Reno police Sunday evening. Officers said Harvey G. Riley. 29. of Berkelev. Calif., was halted on North Ar lington avenue. The driver ad-mited he had been drinking, but officers thought not enough to seriously impair his driving. LEGAL NOTICES IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE No. 175576 Dept. No. 1 ALLA LEONOFF, Plaintiff, v. ANATOLE LEONOFF. Defendant. SUMMONS The State of Nevada sends greet ings to the above-named defendant You are hereby summoned and required to serve upon GUILD, BU3EY & GUILD, plaintiff's attorney, whose aaoress is 150 North center street, 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. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. This action Is brought to obtain an absolute and final decree of divorce of plaintiff from defendant and an order awarding the care, custody, and control of the minor children of the parties to plaintiff. Date: Au. 18, 1958. (SEAL) H. K. BROWN, Clerk of Court By D. CAIN, Deputy Clerk Aug. 18-25 Sept. 1-8-15 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND OTHERS CONCERNED Pursuant to Chapter 408. Nevada Revised Statutes, Notice is hereby given that on August 21, 1958, Contract No. 1019. between Nevin Mun- son and the State of Nevada, for construction of -Highway Patsol Building and Highway Lighting System, at Intersection of U. 8. Highways 40 and 93. 'z mile easterly of the City of Wells. Known as the Wells Port of Entry, Elko County. Project No. 3615 (State l), was accepted. All credlors having claims agalns said contract must file said claims within thirty (30) days after acceptance of said contract. Information relative to manner of filing claims may be obtained from the undersigned. H. D. MILLS State Highway Engineer Carson City. Nevada Aug. 25-26-27-28-29-30 Sept. 1-2-3-4 IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DIS TRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE. No. 175283 Dept. No. 3 JOHN GANTNER. Plaintiff Crash Victim's Rites Planned BATTLE MOUNTAIN (Special) Funeral services for Lester Earl Williams, who died in an automobile crash 35 miles west of Elko on highway 40 Saturday, are to be held at 10 am. Tuesday. Services will be under the direction of the Masonic Lodge. Graveside services will be di rected by the American Legion. Mr. Williams was born in Junction City Kan. but received his education in Battle Moun tain schools. He was a Navy veteran of two years service in the second world war. Employed as a mechnic in a service station, he was a past master of Lodge No. 23, F. and A. M. and was a member of the Lions and Rod and Gun clubs. Survivors are his widow, Frances Williams; two sons, Gary and Grant; a daughter, Bonnie; his mother Mrs. Lillie Lauritzen; two brothers, John Williams and William Launt zen, all of Battle Mountain and four sisters, Mrs. Homer North of Reno and Mrs. Betty Valley, Mrs. Auriel Bohl and Mrs. Bev erly Syme, all of Battle Mountain. 3:00 3:30 4:00 4:30 5:00 3:30 9:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:30 1:30 4 Movie 6 Ted Randal 8 Early Edition; Parjy Lin 2 Who Do You Trust 8 Quintet 2 American Bandstand 6 Movie 2 Superman 4 Popeye 8 KOLO Korral 2 Mickey Mouse Club 4 Capt. Sacto 8 Midwest Livestock; News (5:45); Weather (5:55) 2 Tooneytown 4 Our Miss Brooks ft News 8 Sports (6:05); Doug Edwards (6:15) 2 Bengal Lancers 4 News 6 Rob) a Hood 8 White Hunter 2 liar Dor Command 4 Search for Adventurs 6 Burn? and Allen 8 Eurns and Allen 2 Cowtown Rodeo 4 Sea Hunt 6 Masquerade Party' 8 Maverick 4 Restless Guns 6 Top Lucy Shows 2 Bold Journey . 4 Wells Fargo 6 Frontier Justice 8 Frontier Justice 2 Voice of Firestone 4 Twenty-One 6 Studio One 8 Studio One In Hollywood 2 Welk's Top Tunes 4 Goodyear Theater 4 Suspicion v 6 Movie 8 Late Edition; Nightwatch (10:05) 2 I Led Three Lives 8 Sports Roundup (10:35); Fabulous Feature (10:40) 4 News; Movie (11:03) 6 News; Movie (11:35) 6 News 8 Final Edltioa 4 News VITAL STATISTICS Tuesday Clark Gambling Figure Stricken LAS VEGAS Negotiations which were expected to result in the transfer of the Horseshoe Club, the Horseshoe parking building, Nevada room and a lease on the Apache .Hotel to the owners or the remom kiorei may be delayed because of the sudden illness of Joe W. Brown, Horseshoe Club owner, it was disclosed today. Brown, 63, was m a critical condition at Southern Nevada Memorial Hospital today after being stricken by a heart attack at his suite in the Apache Hotel late Saturday afternoon. The multi millionaire sports man was stncKen oniy a iew hours after discussion on the proposed sale of his club holdings had recessed for the Labor Day weekend. The discussions were to resume tomorrow but it was apparent today that they may be delayed until Brown is able to take part. Friends of Brown said he was stDl under an oxygen tent and that while he was resting comfortably his condition was still considered critical. The Saturday attack was the second of the week as Brown had been hit by a minor seizure on Thursday, it was said. ELIZABETH GANTNER. Defendant SUMMONS The State of Nevada sends greet ings to the above-named defendant: kou are hereby summoned and re quired to serve upon JOHN E. GA-BRIELLI. ESQ., plaintiff's attorney. whose address is 10 state street, Reno, Nevada an answer to the Com plaint vatilch Is herewith served upon you. within 20 days after service of this Summons upon you, exclusive of the day of service. If you faU to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in' the Complaint. This action is Drought to recover a Judgment dissolving the bonds of matrimony now existing between you and the plaintiff. Date: August 4, 1958. (SEAL) H. K. BROWN. Clerk of Court By M. McCRODAN, Deputy Clerk Aug. 11-18 25. Sept. 1-8 SEE ... HEAR ... GRANT SAWYER Democrat for Governor KOLO-TV Monday SEPT. 1 10:30 p.m. ; Pd. Pel. Adv. Channels 2, 4, 6 Community Ant. Channel 8 KOLO-TV MORNING 6:50 6 Invocation; News (6:52) 7:00 4 Today 6 Cartoons 8:00 4 Sacto's Favorites 6 Charlie Dugdale 8:30 4 Romper Room 9:00 4 Susie 6 For Love or Money 9:30 4 Treasure Hunt 6 Play Your Hunch 10:00 4 Price Is Right 6 Arthur Godfrey 8 Price Is Right 10:30 4 Concentration 6 Dotto 8 Concentration 11:00 4 Tic Tac Dough 6 Love of Life 8 Tic Tac Dough 11 :30 4 It Could Be You 6 Search for Tomorrow; Guiding Light (11:45) 8 It Could Be You 12:00 4 Truth or Consequences 61 Led 3 Lives 8 Truth or Consequences AFTERNOON 12:30 4 Haggis Baggls 6 As the World Turns 8 Haggis Baeais 1:00 4-"-Today Is Ours 6 Beat the ciock 8 Today Is Ours 1:30 4 From These Roots 6 Art Llnkletter 8 From These Roots 2:00 4 Queen for a Day 6 Big Payoff 8 Queen for a Day 2:30 Modern Romances (2:45) 6 The Verdict Is Yours 8 Modern Romances (2:43) . 3:00 2 American Bandstand 4 Movie 6 Ted Randal Show 8 Earlv Edition; Party Line (3:05) 3:30 2 Who Do You Trust 8 Quintet 4:00 2 American Bandstand 4:30 6 Movie 5:00 2 Sir Lancelot 4 Popeve 8 KOLO Korral 5:30 2 Mickey Mouse Club 4 Capt. Sacto 8 Religion In the News: Dollars and Sense (5:40): Eve. nlng Edition (5:45); Weather (5:55) . . EVENING 6:00 2 Tooneytown 4 Annie Oakley 6 News 8 Sports (8:05) 6:15 8 Doug Edwards 6:30 2 Kingdom of the Sea 4 News 6 Name That Tun 8 Annie Oakley 7:00 2 Union Pacific 4 Waterfront 6 Adam and Eve 8 Gray Ghost 7:30 2 Sugarfoot 4 Stories of Century 6 Impact 8 Zorro 8:00 4 The Investigator 6 To Tell the Truth. 8 Chevy Showroom 8:30 2 Wyatt Earp 6 Spotlight Playhouse 8 Spotlight Playhouse 9:00 2 Decoy 4 Dotto 6 Bid 'n Buy 8 Bid 'n Buy 9:30 2 Pantomime Quls 4 Bob Cummlngs 6 Decov 8 The Millionaire 10:00 2 Harness Racing 4 Californlans 6 Movie 8 Late Edition News; Night-watch (10:05) 10:30 2 Official Detective 4 News; Movie (10:40) 8 Sports Roundup (10:35); Election Returns (10:40) 110 3 News 11:30 6 News; Movie (11:35) 12:00 4 News 12:30 News Dies in Raft Wreck AUCKLAND, New Zealand, Sept. 1. UP) A French scientist-adventurer who believed prehistoric peoples could have drift ed 5,000 miles back and forth across the Pacific has paid with his life attempting to prove his theory. Eric deBischop, 66, was killed last night when his raft broke up on a South Sea island reef after drifting from South America. BIRTHS BALDWIN In Reno. Aug. 28. 1958 to Mr. and Mrs. William Baldwin of Sparks, a daughter. BARBERA In Reno. Aug. 24. 1958 to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Earoera of Reno, a daughter. BEEVER In Reno. Aug. 30. 1958 to Mr. and Mrs. Francis Beever of Graeagle, Calif., a son. BIGHAM In Reno. Aug. 23, 1958 to Mr. and Mrs. Arian Blgham of Reno, a son. . ' BOLLING In Reno, Aug. 24. 1958 to Mr. and Mrs. John BoUlng of Reno, a son. BROWN In Reno. Aug. 27, 1958 to Mr. and Mrs. George Brown of Reno, a daughter. BUCQUAY In Reno. Aug. 25. 1958 to Mr. and Mrs. William Bucquay of Reno, a daughter. CASTLE In Reno. Aug. 29, 1958 to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Castle of Reno, a son. COLISHAW In Reno, Aug. 29, 1958 to Mr. and Mrs. Norris Collshaw of Reno, a son. CORBRIDGE In Reno. Aug. 25. 1968 to Mr. and Mrs. Oris corbrldge of Sparks, a daughter. CROSMER In Reno, Aug. 27, 1958 to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Croesmer of Empire, a son.. DI ANTONIA In Reno. Aug. 23, 1958 to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dl Antonia of Reno, a son. GEOIA In Reno, Aug. 23, 1958 to Mr. and Mrs. George Geoia of Reno, a son. HIBBS In Reno, Aug. 23, 1958 to Mr. and Mrs. Loyu Hibbs of Reno, a son. HUGHES In Reno, Aug. 28, 1958 to to Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hughes of Steamboat, a daughter. KAISERi-In Reno, Aug. 26, 1958 to Mr. and Mrs. John Kaiser of Sparks. a son. KEITH In Reno. Aug. 28, 1958 to Mr. and Mrs. Perry Keith of Reno, a son. KUTZER In Reno, Aug. 28, 1958 to Mr. and Mrs. Veron Kutzer of Sun Valley, a son. LEHNERS In Reno, Aug. 23, 1958 to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lehners of Reno, a son. LYLE In Reno, Aug. 29, 1958 to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lyle of Reno, a son. McGUFFEY In Reno, Aug. 25, 1958 to Mr. and Mrs. Robert McGuffey of Sparks, a son. MERCER In Reno. Aug. 26, 1958 to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mercer of Reno, a daughter. MULCAHEY In Reno, Aug. 30. 1958 to Mr. and Mrs. William Mulcahey of Reno, a son. MULCAHY In Reno. Aug. 26, 1958 To Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mulcaby of Sparks, a daughter. NEWNHAM In Reno, Aug. 26. 1958 to Mr. and Mrs. Chester Newnham of Reno, a daughter. PAULSEN In Reno, Aug. 27, 1958 to Mr. and Mrs. John Paulsen of Empire, a daughter. RILEY In Reno, Aug. 29, 1968 to Mr. and Mrs. Roger Riley of Black Springs, a son. ROSE In Reno, Aug. 25, 1958 to Mr. and Mrs. Bert Rose of Sparks, a daughter. SEGAR In Reno, Aug. 23. 1958 to Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Segar of Sparks, a daughter. SMALL In Reno, Aug. 23. 1958 to Mr. and Mrs. William Small of Crystal Bav. a son. STONE In Reno, Aug. 23, 1958 to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stone of Reno, a daughter. YAMAGATA Tn Reno. Aug. 29. 1958 to Mr. and Mrs. Mlta Yamagata of Reno, a son. PEATHS PENNELL In Reno Aug. 30, 1958; Charles A. Pennell, father of Mrs. Mary A. Papenfuss of Reno; step father of Mrs. Agnes cotter of Hayward, Calif.; grandfather of Charles M. Bedell of Reno, George Cotter and William Cotter of Hay- ward, Calif.; brother of Mrs. Maude Record of Reno. George Pennell of Radersburg. Mont., Bnd William Pennell of San Diego, Calif. Funeral services, to which friends are invited, will be held in Sierra chapel of Walton Funeral Home, Wednesday at 2 p.m., with the Rev. Blake M. Franklin of the First Baptist church officiating. Burial will be In the Masonic section of Mountain View cemetery. Friends may call at Walton Funeral Home Tuesday. BARTON At Zephyr Cove. Lake Ta- hoe, Aug. 30, 1858: Robert C. Barton, husband of Mrs. Mary H. Barton and father of Paul Barton of: Reno; brother of J. M. Barton, Everett, Wash., Mrs. Hazel Busath of Sacramento, Calif., Mrs. Sarah Denn, Mrs. Margaret Williams and Mrs. Alice Crapo of Salt Lake City. Utah. Mrs. Luella Norberg and Mrs. Elizabeth Grant of Los Angeles, Calif.; a veteran of World War I; assistant scoutmaster of troop No. 307, Boy Scouts of America, and a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Funeral services, to which friends are invited, will be held In Sierra chapel of Walton Funeral Home, Tuesday at 2 p.m., under direction of Bishop Lenard D. Robison of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Burial will be in Mountain View cemetery. Friends may call at Walton Funeral Home Monday. FLUIS In Reno, Aug. 31, 1958, Ed ward Fluls, husband of Mrs. Florence Fluls: a native of Waco, Texas, and a member of Mizpah lodge No. 206. A. F. and A. M. Funeral services will be conducted by Mizpah lodge at a time to be announced by O'Brien-Rogers 6c Kelper Funeral Home. PUCCI Near Vlrdi, Aug. 30. 1958. Angelo Puccl. husband of Mrs. Virginia Georgia Puccl; father of Virginia Mae Puccl and Mrs. Nellie Dljestl; grandfather of Bonnie and Linda Dlgestl, all of Reno; brother of Mrs. Eglta Maltonl of South San Francisco, Calif., Joe Puccl and Armando Puccl: a native of Italy; a member of the Loyal Order of I Moose and the Ancient Order of ' Druids. i Requiem high mass for Angelo Puccl will be celebrated Wednesday , at 9 a. m. in the Catholic church of St. Albert the Great. Recitation of the rosary will be Tuesday at 8! p.m. in O'Brien-Rogers 5s Kelper chapel. Burial will be In Mater Do-1 lordsa cemetery. I McCLAIN Funeral services, to which friends are Invited, win be held for Mr. Harold T. McClaln In Sierra chapel of Walton Funeral Home Tuesday at 8:30 a.m.. followed by a requiem mass at the Church of Our Ldy of the Snows at 9 a.m. Burial will be In Mountain View cemetery. Recitation of the rosary In Sierra chapel Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock. I DEATHS WALSH Requiem high mass for Jack Francis Walsh will be cele brated Tuesday at 9 a.m. In the Catholic Church of the Little Flower. Recitation of the rosary will be Monday at 7:30 p.m. In O'Brien-Rogers & Kelper chapel. friends may cH at the chapel until 8:30 a.m. Tuesday. ACTIONS FILED Lillian M. Guth vs. Robert W. Guth; Kenneth Lawrence Halier vs. Ethel M. Halier; Frances Eileen Fish-er vs. Robert Lee Fisher; Estate of Vernlta Kohlagen Davenpeck; Mabel M. Schmidt vs. Louis Dale Kruse; James Walter Protor vs. Ruby Jean Pro tor; Karen Ann Frltchen vs. Allen Leroy Frltchen; George C. Drevalas vs. Bernlce M. Drevalas; American Credit Corporation of Nevada vs. Paul Tremblay; Grant Herbert Hosford vs. Roberta Faye Hosford; Ronald Crenage vs. Catherine Crenage; Judith G. Dew-snap vs. George E. Dewsnap; Mary Ann Halford vs. Jack R. Halford; Renae J. Kehmna vs. Richard C. Kehmna; Judith Gordon vs. Irving Gordon; Lillian K. Keller vs. Herbert M. Keller; Barbara A. StoU vs. Jos eph C. StoU; Emma Jesus vs. Peter Jesus; Ruth M. Stone vs. Robert J. M. Stone; WUhelm F. B. Bauer vs. Lotte Mar-that Bauer; Gwenneth William Moore vs. Frances Bernlce Moores; Hubert N. Brown vs. Gwenllian Brown; Josephine B. Gryner vs. Henry Otto Gryner; Vera Rose Whiteside Brooks vs. Robert R. Brooks. Jr.; Jo Ann Alexander vs. Orln V. Alexander; Marie L. Horgan vs. Felix Nicholas Horgan; Mary Brlnton vs. Glenn D. Brlnton; Doris Elaine Pea vs. Frederick E. Pea; Eleanor Mae McCall vs. James Rodney McCaU; Wallace O. Talbot vs. Patricia Joyce Talbot; Earle J. Lelght vs. Mildred G. Lelght; William Joseph McMahon vs. Jean Hilda McMahon; Elizabeth M. Andrews vs. Clarence T. Andrews; Jo Anne C. Phlster vs. Warren Kt Phlst-er; Bonnie Jean Womack vs. Donnle Gene Womack; Francis Mazine Toney vs. John A. Toney; Ronald Joe Con-dron vs. Joan Condron; William Kenneth Cox vs. Marie Doyle Cox; William Hammond Walker vs. Polly Jo Walker; Phelan H. Sampson vs. Car-mellta P. Sampson; Shirley Ann Couts vs. Luther Duane Couts; Herman Williams vs. Audrey Rogers Wll- Janet MacLeod vs. John F. McLeod; State of Nevada ex rel Barbara H. Brahm vs. Richard W. Brahm; Doris M. Richards vs. Edmund F. Richards: Bonita J. Bugbee vs. Gascom L. Bug- bee; Nelson R. Kraemer vs. Gertrude S. Kraemer; Georginl F. HaU vs. Her bert J. Hall: Landell Malse Goulas vs. Nellie Pearl Goulas; Loise A. Redding vs. Carol Karen Redding; Bar- oara Fryor Chambers vs. Charles H. Chambers; Ruth Melvln Young vs. jnnsiie w. xoung; uomenico a. sanninl vs. Maria A. Sannini; Crooks Bros. Tractor Co. vs. Dixie Valley Mining Co.; Velen-tina Ocampo vs. Carlls M. Thomas: John Hubert Bath vs. Eunice Elvira uams; .Michael R. Begbv vs. Shlrlev M. Even; William Newman and Billle Mao Newman et al vs. Carl Wheeler and Chester E. Shockley; Edith J. 8ternllcht vs. Jack ' P. Sternllcht; Phoebe M. Scharr vs. Raymond G. Scharr; Elizabeth K. Cornell vs. Harry Cornell; Paul T. Gordon vs. Thurlow M. Gordon ir Virginia Lee Brown vs. Robert Stan ley: Vivian I. Horton vs. Ernest A, Horton; Beverly J. Goudey vs. Rob- en v. ijouaey; Marcia M. George vs. weal k.. ueorge; Henry A. Antonsie-wlcz vs. Anne M. Antonsiewicz: Ag. nes Huhtala vs. Alfred J. Huhtala; Aiary ji. te vs. Stanley s. tee; j. l. Newenrough vs. Buelah May Newen rough; Karen May McCulley vs. Larry R. McCulley; Maurice Morris vs. Madie Lee Morris: Wanda Elaine DuPont vs. Earl DuPont; Elizabeth L. Ho-man vs. Harold Wallace Homan; Jo-ella Louise Mayfleld vs. Richard E. Mayfield; Lois Marie Kelley vs. Mur-rell Kelley: Margaret Faye Bettega vs. Edwin Wayne Bettega; Nellie F. Ma- gahiz vs. Carlow L. Magahlz; Ruth B. Tolottl vs. John L. Tolottl; Hunter B. Whitlock vs. Dorothy L. Whit-lock; Donald Lee Henson vs. Patricia Ann Henson; Estate of Mrs. A. Miller; Donna Mae Boucher vs. Mike Boucher; Paul Larcal vs. Mary Iarcal; Audrey Shouk vs. Ralph W. Shouck; Shirley Edwards vs. Rodney Ernest Edwards: Shirley Jean Dennlsi vs. Martin Michael Dennisl; Elna Marie Rial vs. Paul Andrea Rial; Victor Appio vs. Margaret Appio; Weston H. Terry vs. Marjorie J. Terry; Lorna Phyllis Thlhldlar fs. Alden Herbert Thlhldlar. Deserf Inn To Take Over At Stardust LAS VEGAS Owners of the Desert Inn today were schedul- WEATHER Information as furnished by the TJ. 6. Weather Bureau at the Reno Municipal Airport, Reno. Temperatures high and low for 24 hours ead-lng at 4:30 a.m.. Sept. 1. 1958: H. L. H, L. Nevada - Los Angeles 82 63 Stations Xouisvllle .86 56 RENO . . . 9S 44 Memphis . . 92 72 Austin . . 93 5 Miami . . . 89 78 I4atrt X t t til Un!a C. ftn c r ed to take over complete man- E;ko .... 90 43 New York . 83 67 agement of the Stardust Hotel, . . . 89 46 omah 74 eo already the defendant in bank ruptcy proceedings by upaid construction firms. It was confirmed also that the Desert Inn is negoitating to lease the Royal Nevada hotel facilities, a resort hotel which has been closed, except for room rentals, for the last year. United Hotels Corporation, operators of Wilbur darks Desert Inn 'and the Harbor Island Spa, Miami Beach, will be in complete charge of all operations in the Stardust, the world's largest resort hotel with more than 1065 rooms. Jack Factor and associates. owners of the property have managed the rooms since the hotel opened on July 2. Previ ously Factor leased other facili ties at the Stardust to the Desert Inn management including the food and bar service, the ca sino and the cafe Continental. William Eisenbray has been appointed resident manager of the Stardust, being elevated to the post from assistant manager of the Desert Inn. Las Vegas .108 76 Philadelphia 87 63 Lovelock . . 97 51 Phoenix . .107 83 Susanvllle . 92 . . Pittsburgh . 83 56 Tonopah . . 95 56 Portland Me 82 65 Wln'emucca 92 46 Portland Ore 84 61 National Raleleh . . 87 69 Information Rapid City . 85 65 Albany. N Y 91 60 Richmond . 90 70 Albuquerque 95 66 St Louis . 79 is Amarlllo . . 93 65 S Lake City 87 Id Atlanta ... 90 70 San Antonio 86 73 Bismarck . . 78 46 San Diego . 78 66 Boise . . . R9 63 S. Francisco 78 M Boston . . . 89 69 St Ste Marie 69 44 BrownsvUle 94 76 Seattle ... 77 56 Buffalo ... 84 57 Spokane . . 81 62 Casper ... 85 43 Tamoa ... 93 73 Charleston I Washington 87 68 SC. . . 89 76 Wichita . . 88 53 Chicago . . 63 55 Edmonton . 67 54 Cincinnati . 81 52 Montreal i Cleveland . 82 64 Ottawa ... 84 ST Columbus O 85 53 Winnipeg . . 5T 47 Denver ... 87 56 Calvary .... 69 45 Detroit ... 81 54 Reglna ... 74 47 Duluth ... 56 47 Toronto . . 85 52 El Paso ... 96 76 Vancouver . 71 57 Fargo . . 64 5D Anchorage . 59 51 Fort Worth 95 78 Fairbanks . S7 S3 Galveston . 91 81'Junesu ... 63 29 Helena . . . 81 46 Honolulu. Jacksonville 61 72i T H ... 89 73 Kansas Cy . 81 67' Serious Mishaps Lacking in Clark LAS VEGAS As the long Labor Day weekend neared an end, Clark county appeared well on Its way toward getting through the-holiday without a serious traffic accident, Sheriff W. E. Leypoldt said this morning. Not a single major traffic crash was reported as Leypoldt said the extra precautions taken by his office and the Las Vegas police department, apparently paid off. The sheriff said that during last night only one very minor accident was reported, a dented fender. Angelo Pucci Rites Slated Funeral services for Angelo Pucci, 64, who apparently drowned while fishing in the Truckee river Saturday morn ing, will be held Wednesday. A requiem high mass will De celebrated at 9 a.m. that day in the Catholic Church of St. Al bert the Great. Recitation of the rosary will be Tuesday at 8 pjn. in the chapel of O'Brien-Rogers & Keiper Funeral Home. A native of Italy, filr. Fucci was a retired meatcutter. He was an active hunter and fisherman. He was a member of the Loyal Order of Moose and the Ancient Order of Druids. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Virginia Georgia Pucci and two daughters, Mrs. Nellie Dlgestl and Virginia Mae Pucci, all of Reno. Also surviving are two granddaughters, Bonnie and Linda Digest!, both of Reno. Other survivors are a sister, Mrs. Egita Maltoni of South San Francisco, Calif, and two brothers, Joe and Armando Pucci, also numerous nieces and nephews. Burial will be in Mater Dolorosa cemetery. PRECIPITATION DATA Reno and rtclnlty: last 24 hours, none; season to date, .78: normal to date. .46; to date last year. .03. Other stations: Buffalo, 1.00: Cleve. land, .06; Columbus, O., lZ6; El Paso, .01; Miami, .01; Phoenix. .03; Pitt, burgh, .04: St. Ste. Marie, .02; Seattle, .05; Edmonton, trace; Montreal 3: Ottawa, .68; Winnipeg. .02; CaU gary, trace: Toronto. .59; Vancouver, .25; Fairbanks, trace; Honolulu, T.H., .08. FORECASTS Reno and western Nevada: fair to. night and Tuesday, slightly cooler. extreme lire danger. Sierra Nevada: mostly fair tonight and Tueday. little change In tem perature. Nevada: mostly fair tonight and Tuesday, cooler In the north Dor- tlon. Sunset Monday. 7:31 n.m.: sunrlss Tuesday. 6:23 am.: sunset Tuesday. 7.-29 pjn. .iii.Mi.w,L.y--Ai.iJin.i m.v " iwnumti at g, ,;; ''' v r ? yfr , ' 4 I ' , ' ; c 4 r "K r9 J y - 'it - iV ' . ... '. jr ; ; v ltf( - '5 McCLAIN SERVICE Funeral services will be heid for Mr. Harold T. McClain in Sierra chapel of Walton Funeral Home Tuesday at 8:30 ajn. fol lowed by a requiem mass at the Church of Our Lady of the Snows at 9 a.m. Burial will be in Mountain View cemetery. Recitation of the rosary in Sierra chapel Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock. VOTE 1-A FOR ANDERSOM U. S. SENATOR PI. POL. ADV. ELECT .4 O Qualifies O Experienced DISTRICT JUDGE D. V. illaiuiJ I 4 YEARS SERVICE ON DISTRICT COURT BENCH Pd. PoL Adv. PULL 8A GRANT SAWYER Democrat tor Governor Ppid Pol. Adv. 0" -7 ' VOTE DEMOCRAT ELECT Rudy Hoganson WASHOE COUNTY SHERIFF Tor Man for Sincere SarVea" Paid Pol. Adv. ELECT m TOY ELECT KEVIN "BUCK" V I w i SPARKS DIST. FOR ASSEMBLY Paid Pol Adv. DEMOCRAT mm mo mmm I - 4SC- - - STRATOR WASHOE COUNTY Pd. PoL Adv.

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