Reno Gazette-Journal from Reno, Nevada on July 29, 1958 · Page 6
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RENO EVENING GAZETTE July 29, 1958 Career Guidance Workshop Is Set Guidance workers will explore a topic of vital concern to youth and adults Carter Guidance in a two-week workshop at the University of Nevada Aug. 11 through Aug. 22. Classroom teachers, school counselors and administrators will focus their attention on vocational guidance techniques including the psychology of career choice, the collection, organization and dissemination of occupational information, and the counseling process. Co-sponsors are guidance services, vocational education division, state department of education and the university's college of education. Dr. Herman J. Peters, counselor - trainer of Ohio State University, will conduct the workshop. He has experienced outstanding success in planning and conducting similar prpgrams in many states. He conducted the first guidance workshop held in Nevada in 1952 and has returned by invitation on three different occasions to conduct workshops and participate in institutes in Clark county. Marvin A. Creech, state supervisor of guidance services, has cooperated with Dr. Peters in planning the program which includes the following prominent educators : Miss Ulis G. Newton, assistant principal and director of guidance, Las Vegas high school; Dr. J. Russell -Morris, professor of education, Chico State College, and Dr. Clifford P. Froehlich, professor of education. University of California. Dean Garold Holstine of the university's college of education, has planned the general arrangements. Registration for the workshop, in which a participant may earn two units of senior or graduate credit, is Monday, Aug. 11. Sessions are scheduled daily from 9 a.m. to noon in the Education building on the Reno campus. Stardust Hotel Pressure Eases LAS VEGAS. The pressure appeared today to be off the Stardust Hotel, at least for the time being. Following meetings with a special committee of lien holders, Jerry Rolston, president of Stardust, Inc., said the hotel would continue to operate as before but with any surplus over expenses being reserved. Management will draw no money from the operation until ail claims have , been satisfied,- he said. Chosen to head the committee of five, representing the lien holders, was Don Ashworth of the Nevada Electric Company. The electrical -company last week filed a civil suit in the amount of $92,297 against the hotel for labor and materials. Rolston said his group will keep in contact with committee members and a comprehensive report will be made to creditors! by Aug. 15. - An attachment by the electric firm which froze all of the hotel's assets, excluding those of the casino, bar and restaurant, was lifted yesterday so that the hotel can continue to operate at full capacity. , msm IT 11 X 1 I- Oil!", ; i t1 ' '' ..' Three Nevada Bills Passed WASHINGTON Three bills of interest to Nevada were passed by the senate in Washington today, Sen George W. Malone reported. One transfers 80 acres of public land to the Summit Lake Indian Reservation in Humboldt county. Another pro vides a variable repayment plan for bureau of reclamation pro- ects, providing for adjustments in the amounts farmers have to pay during poor crop years. The third measure provides permanent instead of temporary federal money tor scnooi districts crowded by children of federal workers. THIEF TAKES ADVANTAGE OF CHURCH PICNIC While the Rev. Bill G. Bou-chillon and members of h i 9 flock of the First Southern into the church at 1035 Baptist church were on a picnic Sunday, someone broke North Sierra St. and stole the church typewriter. The Rev. JMr. Bouchillon, who reported the theft to police Monday, valued the machine at 90. Other articles of value in the building; were not touched, he said'. . Tuskegee Institute was founded in 1881 by Booker T. Washington. Advance Course. r Is Completed , FORT BELVOIR, Va. Army PFC Billie R. Jennings, son of A. M. Jennings, Star Route 1, Yerington, recently completed the advanced course at Fort Belvoir (Va.) Non-Commission-ed officer Academy. Jennings received instruction in the principles of unit leadership. Jennings, who entered the Army in 1953, is regularly assigned as a ward corpsman in the 13th Field Hospital, Fort Belvoir, Va. The 22-year-old soldier was a rancher in civilian life. NEW PRESIDENT of Reno Optimist Club, Dr. D. J. 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