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RENO EVENING GAZETTE MARCH 14, 1962 5 CRAY REID'S NORTH VIRGINIA AT FIFTH NEVADA'S FINE STORE OPEN 10:00 TILL 9:00 MONDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY, OPEN 10:00 TlLl 6:00 TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, SATURDAY i if : ? L I" I arf i ' Mil 77 I.'!-. r t fc ill jjTBh'iii rt'htifcu et i iJMh mill PROCLAMATION - Spark Mayor C. E. Richards, left, declares De Molay Week in Sparks March 11 through 18. On hand for the proclamation were, from left, De Molays Mike Reed, master councilor; Larry Dennison, senior councilor, and Gary Cecchini, junior councilor. County Housing Code Studied The possibility that Washoe i County may adopt a uniform housing code defining standard and' sub-standard dwellings loomed Tuesday after a meeting of the' county's housing and environ-' mental health committee. j Jack Davis, ownerof a five-acre; tract off Mt. Rose Highway, complained of sub-standard dwellings on nearby tracts. He said they depreciate the value of his and other homes. Davis claimed some people put State Director Of Civil Defense Talks to Council The Washoe County Civil Defense Council has decided to resume monthly meetings on the fourth Monday of each month at county civil defense headquarters, 1200 E. 2nd St., beginning at 8 p.m. The announcement was made during a meeting of the council with Claude Shipley, state civil defense director, as speaker. Ship ley outlined state civil defense plans. Chairman of the meeting was Mrs. Robert Manker. Mrs. Mel- vin L. Monjar acted as co-chair man. Mrse. Helmer H. Hancock urged a warning system for Reno and Mrs. Manker filled members in on the spring conference of the Nevada State Women's Civil De fense and Disaster Council in Las Vegas next month. up "buildings" on their tracts simply to comply with federal regulations to obtain title, then abandoned them. Some, he said, are cf cardboard and a great many aren't fit for residence. At the suggestion of committee j chairman Robert Clarkson, the ; county building inspector and district attorney's office will investigate conditions in the area. There's a chance some can be removed as oublic nuisances, i David Parraguirre, assistant dis-! trict attorney, said. j Robert Karrasch of the county j health department and Ross! Stoltz, building inspector, both j backed adoption of a housing code by county commissioners. This code, they said, would al low the county to step in and take ; action against low quality homes; in some county settlements. Some j are not fit to be lived in, they admitted. Clarkson said he wanted to see closer cooperation between the county and the federal government in future tract developments where government land is sold to individuals. He said he would try to arrange a meeting Between county and federal offi cials concerned. Sheep, Lamb Rated Better Than in 1961 Sheep and lamb condition is at 82 per cent of normal this month, three points higher than last month and two points over last March. The Nevada Range and Livestock Report said the condition is unchanged from the 10-year average but down four points from the 30-year average for March. Stock losses to date have been moderate to normal. A heavy loss is usually expected during shearing and lambing periods just now starting. Gambling Rises In the World Up to 2nd Floor LAS VEGAS (AP) Gambling is getting off the ground in Las Vegas at least as far as the second floor of the landmark tower near the Convention Center. County commissioners removed a restriction Monday that gam bling licenses can be issued only for the ground floor. The change was made at the request of Frank Carroll, develon- er of the Landmark Tower Shop ping center, who said he wants to put a casino on the second floor. SEALED WITH A KISS ROCHESTER, N. Y. 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