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10-Saturday, Jan. 24, 1970 LEGAL NOTICES IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE. No. 248695 Dept. No. 5 Diane w. forrest, puintm RONALD E. FORREST, Defendant! SUMMONS THE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE-NAMED DEFENDANT: You are hereby summoned end required to serve upon plaintiffs attorney, whose name and address is: STEWART & HORTON, Suite 300, 100 North Arlington, Reno, Nevada an answer to the Complaint which is herewith- served upon you, within 20 days after service of this Summons uoon vou, exclusive of the day of service. If you ran io oo so, luagment oy default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. This action is brought to obtain a judgment and decree of this Court forever dissolving the bonds of matrimony now and here- Dtore exisung Detween you and ine plaintiff on the statutorv around of "inrom. ,'iatiftility" In that the parties are now .ind have been for some time past Incompatible, for the custody and support if the minor child, and division of the community property, and for other and further relief, as is more fully described n ine Lompiaint on tile nerein. Oate: December 53, 1969. (SEAL) H. K. BROWN, Clerk of Court By W. STREETER, Deoutv Clerk T34260 Forrest Jan. 10-17-24-31 Feb. 7 NOTICE OF SALE OF MORTGAGED PROPERTY TO: GEM CONCRETE PRODUCTS. INC. Please take notice that the entire unpaid Principal sum and accrued interest on he promissory note and the purchase price ror cemeni nave oecome cue and payable from GEM CONCRETE PRODUCTS, INC. to KAISER CEMENT & GYP-.'-UM CORPORATION, these amounts are ecured by a Chattel Mortgage dated September 1, 1965 and filed September "0, 96S In Book 114, Page 31, Document No. . 38833, Official Records of Washoe County, Nevada. KAISER CEMENT 8. '-.YPSUM CORPORATION, Mortgagee, binder that Chattel Mortgage hereby gives notice that it will sell at public auction -t the offices of HAWKINS, RHODES HAWKINS, 180 West First Street, Reno, Nevada, at 10:00 A.M., on January 28, '970, for cash as provided in the Chattel 'Aortgage, those chattels subiect to the haftel Mortgage and described on Exhibit "A" attached hereto. DATED this 15th day of January, 1970. ;;aiser cement & gypsum corpo- ration by (S) R. G. HOHNSBEEN, Vice President and Comptroller A. ' One-Model CA-154 Noble Semi-Auto-,rallt cement and aggregate Batching Plant, consisting of the following: t Aggregate Bin, 4 Compartments J Cement Silos, 1400 Cu. Ft. each V-Bucket Elevator for Cement Silos 1 Set of Access Ladders i Cement Receiving Screws, 10 and 7Vj H.P. Gear Head from truck and rail unloading hopper. t'.j Cu. Yd. Weigh Hopper 12" Batcher Feed Screws V 300 gallon Water Measuring Tank Vi H.P. Electric Motor Driven Air Compressor 1 Electrical Switchboard Panel 114" x 8" Bucket Elevator for ag-- gregate supply '130 ton Concrete Receiving Hopper 12500 Gallon Hot Water System B. Additions to the Model CA-154 Noble "erni - Automatic cement and aggregate latching Plant made in 1963, Lot Serial tlo, 5400, consisting of the following Noble equipment: rl Four Cubic yard Cement & Aggre- ' gate Batcher '1240 gallon Water Weight Batcher Air rams, solenoid valves, hoses, air valves and fittings, and air line lubricators A Noble Selectron Batching Console, complete with 12 formula strips " 3 remote drum type weight indi- r cators; selector dial; batch propor-L tioner; noblemoisture meter; mois-fr ture compensator; batch start-dump t Interlock system for each weight batcher; lock type selector switch 4, master batch-dump control; adiusta-i. ble "in-air" compensators; batch se- quence lights; remote controls; emergency stop switch; pressunz- Ina blower with filter Inlet; volt- i meter; automatic voltage regulator; ,- transistorized amplifier and frequen- cy generator; electrical control ca- ' bles with pluas and receptacles; : water-trol device; and one six sta- tion intercommunication system con - sisting of one 6-unit master station, one additonal 6-unit remote station, r two single unit indoor remote sta l tlons, and two single unit outdoor :;. remote stations; one Noble 24" belt sectionalized inclined conveyor, v! complete with 20 h.p. motor and "J drive with guard; set of steel sup- " porting towers for Inclined convey- or; transfer churt; one Noble 24" belt Inclined channel frame convey- : or, with 15 h.p. motor and drive with guard; one Noble 24" belt hori si zontal channel frame conveyor with ( guard; one 10'xlO' aggregate receiv-H ing hopper for truck delivery, with s gate; one material level control cen-, ter for aggregate bine and silos; one bin gate adapter I2"x24"; speed up screw witn new drive. C. 11953 GMC Truck, model No. W--34, motor No. 5034220, serial No. W-J35501053 l loi fnnlt Bros. Truck, model No.M 310r Motor No M-3298, Serial No M-3298 T 1953 Cook Bros. Truck, model No. M-310, motor No M-3222, serial no. m- .DM 11954 Ford Truck, model No. C-900, motor No. C90S6H52717, serial No L90S 6H52717 11954 Reo Truck, model No. JG64S, motor No. 208773, serial No. J-1682 11956 Reo Truck, model No JG64S, matnr Nn 708677. serial No. J -1683 11957 GMC Truck, model No. 630, motor No. 50311772, serial No. T-1091 11957 GMC Truck, model No. 630, motor No. 50311774, serial No. T-1092 1 laeaer Mixer, serial No. J -14538 1 -Challenge Mixer, serial No M-65319D 1 Challenge Mixer, social No. M6-234 1 Champion Mixer, serial No. C-40106 1 Challenge Mixer, serial no. m-ojyoic 1 Challenge Mixer, serial No. M-65962E 1 Rex Mixer, serial no. waoji 1 Rx Mixer, serial No. WA-532 D. 11953 Bottom Dump Trailer, Serial No. A 1625 11953 Bottom Dump Trailer, Serial Nn. A 1026 11954 Kenworth Tractor-Diesel, Serial No. 62908 11953 Trallmobile, Serial No. 926230-108 11952 International Stake Truck, Serial No. L152-12406 11960 International Truck, Serial No. SB 104619A 1-1953 Chevrolet Pick Up, Serial No. W530-12158 1-1953 Chevrolet Pick Up, Serial No H530017792 11963 Ford Ranchwagon, Serial No Sparc mi 11954 Chevrolet Pick Up, Serial No. u cinni.im 11957 Chevrolet Truck, Serial No. 3VB- 570101731 11961 Reo Challenge Mixer, Serial No. flH 1ftC.J47W4 11961 Reo Challenge Mixer, Serial No. OH 185-247582 11962 Reo Challenge Mixer, Serial No. E 442-543861 11962 Reo Challenge Mixer, Serial No. f? 442-543857 11959 Reo Mixer Serial No. 528069 11957 Chrysler Scooprnoblle, Serial No. 1595 1--Mlchigan Loaderm Model 125A 1 Clipper Core Bit and Adapter Drill, Serial No. D-30 62102 1-1945 Clark Fork Life, Stalwart 6025, Serial No. UT 421174 1 Homemade Travel Batcher 1 Travel Batchers and Silos 1 dismantled 500 barrel silo under assembly. 332400-Salt Jan. 17-24. 110s hasted rot Mcsr.wr cawcKI " Mi'ICE 10 CimaACTORS Sealed propoi.,l will fe received by tile Director of the Deprtnent of H ! RlitMy t Of the Stete of iieveda at tlmir office In the Stat Highway. Building., Caraon CUy, ;.ev-. Ada, until and opened at 1:30. p.m. (Pacific Standard Time) on February 19, 1970, for Contract t'o. 1341, Project No. S-673(9), construction of a portion of th Secondary Highway Syatem in i.y County, on Scat Rout 38 btween 13.2 mile ouch and 1.7 mile ouch of Sunnyalde, length of 11.585 mllea. Employment lilt may b obtained fro th local ufflc of th Kvda Employment S-turlty Department at -409 Murry Street, Ely, Nevada, S9301. Plan and apecif icetion may b examined at th office of th undrlgned, the Ht,h-vey Department DUcrict Office at Sparke, Ely, and La Vegaj, Nevada; th Regional of- . flc of th Bureau of Public Roads, 450 Golden Cat Avnu. Sen Francisco, California, 94102- at th office of th Aeeociaced General Contractor of Americ, 110 Nortn 27ttt Street, Boi, Idaho, 83706; 438 South Main Str.t, Salt Lak. City, Utah, 84101; and 300 South Well. Avenue. Rno, Kevada, 89502; at th of flc. of th. 1. W. Dodge Company, P Box 14185 Laa Vega, Kavada, 89102; at th. offlc. of the Construction Notaboot, 2324 South highland Av.nu., La. Vegas, Sevada, ,89102 . Plan., form of proposal, contract and .pacification, may b. ..cur.d by preau.llfled bidder through th. offlc. of th. und.r.ignad; A f.. of -Tr. Dollar. (S10.00) 1. r.quired for th. purer,... of .ch copy of th. plan with propo.al form. Plana, propo.al for. and apecif ication. obtained c thia ba.i. are non-r.tur..bl. and no refund .ill b. made. Bid. must b. or. th. proposal form of -th. Highway Department and must ba accompanied by a bid bond, . certi-iled check", c.lilet check, or cash In the amount of five percent (.5) of hid. Rlght i. reserved to reject ny or all bids. Contractor desiring to bid on this vork. if not already qualified under tti Stat, to, .hall fil vlththe -Department of Highway at Carson City, tevada, not later ti.au tlv. (5) day prlor'to th. d.t. for opening of bids, . complete application for q.uali-ficatlon-on form furnished by th. Department. Ail roue.c. must be mad. In writing on th. .t.ndard printed form provided fie. of ch.rg for tht purpos. by th. Department of 1,hlThI"ttrotion of Udd.r. 1. directed to th. Stat. Contractor' Lic.ns. taw requirement CMS 624.230 .. .mended to date), that a contractor hold valid license of . cl.s. rr..p.din,-to th. ,rk to b. don.. K.ou.sc for license may be directed to th. ec-let.ry of tbi-Juu Contractor'. Board, 328 South W.li Avenue, (P, O. Box 7497), Reno, "ViThl. i.- Fder.l-aid project and as .uch, any contractor oth.rwl. qualified by th Set. of Kevada to perform euco vork, i. not r.qulr.d to be licensed nor to submit pllc.tion-forllcn. lo adv.nc. of eub.lttlng bi or having auch bid considered; provided, hovever, that .uch xe.ptloo does mot eontlcut waiver of th Stat, s rtjl.I .under lt.-licer..'l.w.-to r.qulr. . contractor, determined to be .ucc.asful bidder, to be licenced to do hue iocs la th Set of Kvd. la connection lta th. award 0. """h vd Stat. Highway Dpartnnt vlll on It own inltUtlv, tak .ffirmatlv. ctloa, Inclodlni th. Imposition of contract ..notion nd th initiation of approprlato leial procdlng under .ny .ppllcabl. Stat, or Federal law to achte-f. .qu.1 -.plovnt opportunity on F.d.r.l-Ald Highway Project, and mill .ctiv.Iy cooperat. with th. Federal lghw.y AdmlnUtr.tloa In all invet!gacion. and mforcement action undertaen Oy th. Ied.r.1 Highway AdnUtratioo. la conjunction with th. bov. t"e,,t''h "-;' I.part.eot rUl set HM plan, to .a lrre.pon.ibl. bldd.t. Subs.ctioa (S) tion 112 of Titl. 25 United-States Cod ha been -.ended by adding at th. .ndh.reof, th. following:- -Wr.ct. for tn. construction of e.ch project shall b. awaked only cm th. but of tn iow.,t r..ps.---e. bid .ubr-ltua by a bidder meeting Mubli.hd criteria of responsibility". JOBS t. BAiDES, P.I. 6tt-3333W-3;U Stat. Blghway Engineer Jui. 22,i.i,2k,2i,,l, Carton City, vda MJOl ita. 9,,1,11., V3. Reno Evening Gazette LEGAL NOTICES IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY Ql- WASHOE. No. 222468 Dept. No. 1 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ARTHUR E. ORVIS, Deceased. Notice of Posting of Settlement of Account, and Hearing Petition for Distribution of Estate. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT MAE ZENKE ORVIS, the Executrix of the estate of the above named Arthur F Orvis. .deceased, has rendered and presented for settlement, and filed In said Court, her First and Final account of her admlnistraton of said estate; and a so has Det t oned tor distriDution of saia estate; and that Wed., the 11th day of Fehruarv. A.D. 1970. beng a day ot Reg ular Session of said Court, at 9:30 o'clock a.m., at the Court Room of said Court, in the City of Reno, in said wasnoe County, has been fixed by said Court for the settlement of said account and hearing said petition for distribution of said estate, at which time and place any person Interested in said estate may appear and show cause, if any they have, why the order should not be made. For further particulars, reference Is hereby made to the petition on file In the above entitled estate. Dated January 16, a.d. wo. H. K. BROWN, Clerk By D. CAIN, Deputy Clerk SINAI and SINAI Attorneys for Executrix 900 First National Bank Bldg. One East First St. Reno, Nevada 334160 Orvis Jan. 17-24-31 Feb. 7 IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE Or NEVADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE No. 259042 Dept. No. 3 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF LAURENCE SEMF.NZA also known as LAWRENCE SEMENZA, Deceased. NOT CE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT TONY SEMENZA having filed in this Court a document purporting to be the last will and testament of LAURENCE SEMENZA, deceased, and a petition, praying that the same be admitted to probate, the hearing thereof has been fixed by said Lourr tor rrioay, the I3tn day of Feb. 1970, at 9:30 o'clock A.M. of said day at the Court House, In the City of Reno, County of Washoe; and all persons Interested in the said estate are notified then and there to appear and show cause, If any they have, why said win should not be admitted to probate and said petitioner appointed executor thereof. Dated, January 19, A.D. 1970. H. K. BROWN. Clerk. By W. STREETER. Deputy Clerk DANIEL J. OLGUIN Attorney for the Estate 310 South Virginia Street Reno, Nevada 89501 333580-Semenza Jan. 20-24-29 N THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE No. 259144 Dept. No. 1 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF GUY E. BENHAM, Deceased. Notice is Hereby Given, That Emeline B. Benham, having filed In this Court a document purporting to be the last will and testament of Guy E. Benham, deceased, and a petition, praying that the same be admitted to probate, the hearing thereof has been fixed by saicf Court for Thursday, the 5th day of February, mo, at 9:30 O'clock A.M. of said day at the Court House, in the City of Reno, County of Washoe; and all persons Interested in the said estate are notified then and there to appear and show cause, if any they have, why said will should not be admitted to probate and said petitioner appointed Executrix thereof. Dated, January 19th, A.D. 1970. M. K. BKUWN, tier. By G. DuBOSE, Deputy Clerk. 333680-Benham Jan. 20-24-29 IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE No. 25B037 Dept. No. 5 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ROY J. LAND, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. THAT JANICE E. LAND having filed in this Court a document purporting to be the last will and testament of ROY J. LAND, deceased, and a petition, praying that the same be admitted 10 prooaie, tne hearing thereof has been fixed by said Court for Tuesday, the 3rd day of Febru ary, 1970, at 9:30 o'clock A.M. of said dav at the Court House, in the City of Reno, County of Washoe; and all persons interested In the said estate are notified then and there to appear and show cause, if any they have, why said will should not be admitted to probate and said petitioner appointed Executrix thereof. Dated, January 19th, A.D. 1970. H. K. BROWN, Clerk By F. BUTLER, Deputy Clerk 332920-Land Jan. 20-24-29 IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE No. 259097 Dept. No. 2 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ANNA M. DANFORTH, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT Ronald B. Darney, Paul W. Rand and William J. Vannoy having filed in this Court a document purporting to be the last will and testament of Anna M. Dan-forth, deceased, and a petition, praying that the same be admitted to probate, the hearing thereof has been fixed by said Court for Monday, the 9th day of Februray, 1970, at 9:30 o'clock A.M. of said day at the Court House, in the City of Reno, County of Washoe; and all persons interested in the said estate are notified then and there to appear and show cause, If any they have, why said will should not be admitted to probate and said petitioner appointed Co-Executors thereof. Dated, January 15, A.D. 1970. (s) H. K. BROWN, Clerk (s) By F. BUTLER, Deputy Clerk 331220-Danforth Jan. 20-24-29 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE BUSINESS 8. PROFESSIONAL MEN'S COLLECTION SERVICE, INC. Plaintiff vs. PATRICIA HEID! Defendant Under and by virtue of an execution Issued out of the Justice Court, of the State of Nevada, in and for the County of Washoe, and to me directed and delivered for a judgment rendered in said court, on the 27th day of August, A.D. 1968 in favor of Business 8. Professional Men's Collection Service, Inc., plaintiff and against Patricia Heide defendant for the sum of Three Hundred Twenty Eight S, 10-100 dollars, lawful money, Less the sum of $120.75, of the United States, together -with costs of suit and interest. I have this day levied upon all the right, title, claim and Interest of said defendant, Patricia Heidi of, in and to the following property, to-wlt: One 1965 Star Trailer, 55' x 10', Serial No. B-5958. Notice is hereby given that on TUESDAY the 3rd day of February, A.D. 1970, at 10:00 A.M. of said day I will sell all the right, title and interest of said PATRICIA HEIDI In and to the above described property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy plaintiff claim, besides all costs. Interest and accruing costs. The sale will take place 106 "B" Street, Space No. 8, Sparks, Nevada. Dated this 20th day of Jan., A.D. 1970. C. W. YOUNG. Sheriff of Washoe County, State of Nevada By FRANK R. KOONTZ, Chief Civil Deputy 333000-Heidi Jan. 24 Feb. 2 Pacific SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - A new Pacific storm pounded soggy Northern California with rain and snow during the night and slammed wind gusts of up to 125 miles an hour on 2,604-foot Mt. Tamalpais just north of San Kancisco. A series of storms has left several dead, including an off- duty policeman who drowned near Concord, and caused isola ted flooding. The new blast struck the San Francisco Bay Area about 6:30 p.m. Friday. Winds were measured at 50 m.p.h. at the San Francisco International Airport and 50 m.p.h. on the Golden Gate Bridge. Traffic was delayed on the San Rafael-Richmond Bridge, where a large truck overturned in the eastbound lane. The storm packed torrential rains that turned to snow at higher elevations. Coastal gale warnings were ud from Oregon to the Big Sur 125 miles south of San Fran cisco. Mudslides, flooding and down ed trees closed California's coastal Highway 1 in the Stin-son Beach area 25 miles north of San Francisco. U.S. 101 was closed to traffic at Leggett in Mendocino County, further north. Power was cut in various Marin County communities for brief periods. High water and downed trees blocked heavily Money taken in hotel, man claims Charles Griffin of 2153 Prater Way, Sparks, told Reno police Friday someone hit him over the head and took about $300 while he was in the Holiday Hotel. Griffin told officers he went into a closet for his briefcase on the second floor of the hotel When he opened the door and bent over to get the case, he was knocked down. He said he didn't get a good look at his assailant. Sparks boy cited in case of assault Sparks police said a 14-year- old boy was cited for investiga tion of assault on an 11-year-old youth Friday. Officers said the suspect shot the youth in the chest with a BB gun. The incident occurred on the 700 block of Lenwood Drive. LEGAL NOTICES IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, llN Al-fU r-UK I HE COUNTY OF WASHUb No. 259231 Deot. No. 4 SALUD NEIZ CANTIGA, Plaintiff vs. MANUEL S. CANTIGA, Defendant SUMMONS THE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE-NAMED DEFENDANT: You are hereby summoned and required to serve upon plain tiff's attorney,- whose name and address is: SYLVIA J. THOMPSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, 08 ROFF WAY, RENO, NE VADA 89501 an answer to the Complaint wnicn is nerewith served upon you, witn in 20 days after service of this Summons upon you, exclusive of the day of ser vice. If you fail to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint for an absolute divorce on the ground of the extreme cruelty of defendant to plaintiff. Date: January 22, 1970 (SEAL) N. K. BROWN, Clerk of Court By F. BUTLER, DepuW Clerk JJ440U lamiga jan. a-oi reo. -ii-i IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE. No. 258734 Dept. No. 3 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF STEVEN WILEY LOWE, Deceased. NOTICE TO CRED TORS Notice is hereby given that the under signed has been duly appointed and quai ified by the above entitled Court on the ytn day of January, A.D. 1970, as ad ministrator of the estate of Steven Wiley Lowe, deceased. All creditors having claims against said Estate are required to file the same with the proper vouchers attached, with tne Clerk of the Court within Ihree months after the first publication of this notice, Dated January 9, A.D. 1970. EDWARD HILL BRADLEY 8. DRENDEL, LTD. Attorney for the Estate. 331280-Lowe Jan 10-17-24-31 Feb. 7 IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT Op THE STATE OF NEVADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHUfc No. 259071 Dept. No. 3 CECILIA LLARENAS DEFENSOR, Plaintiff vs. RAMON D. DEFENSOR, Defendant SUMMONS THE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE-NAMED DEFENDANT: You are hereby sum moned and required to serve upon plain tiff's attorney, whose name and address is: MARSHALL A. BOUVIER, Attorney at Law, 403 Hill Street, Reno, Nevada 89501, 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 recover a judgment dissolving the bonds of matrimony now existing between you and the plaintiff here in, based upon the ground of incompatibility. Date: Jan. 15, 1970. (SEAL) H. K. BROWN, Clerk of Court By S. VIELLE, Deputy Clerk 331260 Defensor Jan. 17-24-31 Feb. 7-U IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE No. 259138 Dfot. No. 4 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF JOY A. BOYENGA, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT JAMES JOY BOYENGA having filed in this Court a document purporting to be tne last will and testamem ot jot a BOYENGA, deceased, and a petition, praying that the same be admitted to probate, the hearing thereof has been fixed by said Court for Friday, the 13 Bay ot Feb., wo at :so o'clock a w of said day at the Court House, in the City of Reno, County of Washoe; and all persons interested in the said estate are notified then and there to appear and show cause, if any they have, why said will should not be admitted to pro- oate and said petitioner appointed Execu tor tnereof. Dated, January 19, A.D. 1970. H. K. BROWN, Clerk By E. MCKENZIE. Deoutv Clerk 331160-BWnoa Jan. 20-24-29 storm pounds California traveled Sir Francis Drake Boulevard in two places. A large pine toppled into a Marin County home, causing an estimated $5,000 damage. Sheriff's deputies said the walls Weather table (Information as furnished by the U.S. Weather Bureau at the Rent Municipal Airport. Temperatures high and low for 24 hours tndini at t:fto a.m., Jan. 24, H70.) Nevada-California Stations HUP RENO M 34 .72 Austin 61 34 Battle Mountain 64 38 .04 Carson 5 32 .72 Elko 62 3 T Ely 59 36 Fallon 67 37 .09 Las Vegat 64 45 Lovelock 64 36 .13 Slide Mountain 27 M M Tonopah 60 34 Virginia City 50 28 .77 winnemucca 64 41 .11 Yerington 56 30 .39 Bishop 61 45 Sacramento il 51 .29 South Lake Tahoe 45 28 Susanville 54 34 1.93 Tahoe City 45 49 .95 Truckee 48 28 1.53 FORECASTS RENO AND VICINITY Variable cloudiness with scattered rain or snow showers today decreasing tonight. Partly cloudy sunaay witn a chance of a few showers. Gusty southwest winds 25 to 35 miles an hour decreasing tonight. Colder. High tooay 50, low tonight 30, high Sunday 50. TAHOE BASIN Traveler warnina: snow, heavy at times, today decreasing tonight. Southwest winds 30 to 40 miles hour and 50 to 60 mi es an hour over peaks and ridges reducing visabil- ny .0 near zero In Blowing and driftina snow. Winds decreasing tonight. Partly cloudy Sunday with snow showers. Colder. Hi9hs today and Sunday in the 30s, lows lonigni in me 20s. WESTERN NEVADA Partly cloudv through Sunday with a few snow flur ries mainly in the mountains today and tonight. Colder. -Locally windy today. sickka snow toaav above 3,000 to 5,000 feet north of Yosemite and about 6,000 feet Yosemite southward with showers in lower elevations. Snow decreasing tonight then a few snow flurries Sunday. Colder. Windy over the ridges with local blowing snow. SOUTHERN NEVADA Considerable cloudiness with a chance of showers main ly near the mountains today and aeneral tonight. Clearing Sunday. Gusty winds 20 to 35 miles an hour this afternoon and Sunday. Sllghtiv cooler davs. EASTERN NEVADA Mostly cloudy with scattered light rains today but snow in the mountains and some snow and rain mixed in the northern valleys. Part ly cloudy with scattered snow flurries tonight and mostly over the mountains Sunday, cooler. Locally windy today. PRECIPITATION Last 24 hours, .72. July 1 to date, 4.17. Last year to date, 4.44. Normal, 3.74. SUNSET today, 5:10 p.m. SUNRISE Sunday, 7:13 a.m. ROAD CONDITIONS This morning the Mt. Rose Road was closed and chains or snow tires were required on all other maior Sierra roads. Sheep Dip Show is so d out for third year The )Sheep Dip show is sold out. The satirical review of Reno and Nevada events of the year will be held Friday and Satur day nights at the Sparks Nug get. Mrs. Mel Matnewson, in charge of tickets for the Reno Ad Club production, said today over 1300 tickets had been sold. It is the third straight year the show, held to raise funds for journalism scholarships, has sold out. Mrs. "Mathewson said persons who have ordered tickets must pick them up by 4 p.m. Monday at the Reno Press Club Qr the tickets will be sold to people waiting for openings. Skull -Found in ditch near hospita The skull, possibly of a small child, was found in a dry irriga tion ditch near the Nevada State Hospital Friday, Sparks police said. The skull, which was missing the lower jaw and teeth, was "quite old," police said. Robert J. McAllister of the hospital re ported the finding of the skull to police. Three pistols reported missing Three pistols, valued at about $300, were reportedly taken from a display case at the Mt Rose Sporting Goods at 134 W. Sec ond St., Reno police reported Friday. Everett (Sonny) Burke told police someone removed the pis tols from their boxes and then left the boxes on the counter and in the display case. Later, the boxes were found to be empty. Meetinq set by Intergroup The monthy meeting of the Northern Nevada Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous will be held tonight at 8:30 o'clock at Pythian Hall, Fourth and Virginia streets. The guest speaker will be Frank from Grass Valley and Sacramento, Calif. Anyone interested in the disease of alcoholism is invited to attend. BLAZE OF GLORY Don Highsmith of News Brunswick, N.J., ended his football career at Michigan State in a blaze of glory. In his final game a&ainst Northwestern he gained 209 yards on 37 rushes. of a Greenbrae home were ready to buckle from a five-foot pile of mud. About 20 homes in Oakland's Wilshire Heights area remained in serious slide danger. Six Yesterday's high This Moruirf's low 24-hour precipitation THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Pr. Albany, snow 15 -13 .05 Albuquerque, cloudy 63 31 Atlanta, cloudy .... 34 Bismarck, cloudy .. 41 Boise, cloudy 55 28 26 49 14 -2 10 14 2 -2 32 11 -9 -6 35 30 69 1 37 31 29 55 17 31 64 4 5 38 16 33 22 16 46 1 8 43 31 19 15 47 52 54 45 46 19 7 04 Boston, clear 27 Buffalo, clear 20 Charlotte, clear 27 Chicago, cloudy .... 23 Cincinnati, clear ... 27 Cleveland, clear ... 18 Denver, cloudy 66 Des Moines, cloudy 23 Detroit, cloudy 21 Fairbanks, cloudy . 7 Fort Worth, rain ... 59 Helena, rain 42 .03 T .01 Honolulu, cloudy ... 82 Indianapolis, cloudy 26 Jacksonville, cloudy 55 Juneau, rain 34 Kansas City, cloudy 36 Los Angeles, cloudy 69 .08 Louisville, cloudy .. 30 .06 Memphis, cloudy ... 45 Miami, cloudy 70 Milwaukee, snow .. 17 Mpls.-St.P., clear .. 15 New Orleans, clear 65 New York, clear ... 27 Okla. City, clear ... 56 Omaha, cloudy 27 Philadelphia, clear . 28 .04 Phoenix, cloudy 75 Pittsburgh, clear ... 21 Ptlnd, Me., clear ... 22 .02 Ptlnd, Ore., cloudy . 54 Rapid City, cloudy . 53 Richmond, clear ... 29 St. Louis, cloudy ... 30 .48 Salt Lk. City, cloudy 60 San Diego, cloudy . . 70 San Fran., cloudy .. 61 .46 T .09 .03 Seattle, rain 53 Tampa, cloudy ..... 64 Washington, clear .. 30 Winnipeg, cloudy .. 12 (T-Trace Civic leader O'Brien escapes injury in wreck Reno civic leader Harry O'Brien, 55, of 1165 Fairfield Ave. escaped injury today when Ne vada highway patrolmen said his car ran into a wire fence on U.S. Highway 395 near Washoe City. O'Brien was booked at Washoe County Jail for investigation of driving while under the influence of intoxicants, the highway patrol said. He was released on $300 bail, Tax deadline for employers is Feb. 2 Employers have an important tax deadline Feb. 2. This is the last day for reporting Social Security and withheld in come taxes for the calendar quarter ended Dec. 31, 1969, ac cording to W. A. Bates, district director of Internal Revenue for Nevada. Employers who received i pre-addressed Form 941, "Em ployer's Quarterly Federal Tax Return," should use this form to report their tax liability. If the balance due on the return is over $100, it should be deposited in an approved commercial bank or Federal Re serve Bank using Federal Tax Deposit Form 501. Feb. 2 is also the last day for reporting and paying Fed eral Unemployment Tax for 1969. Employers liable for this tax should file Form 940. Land in Lyon will be sold A 120 acre tract of public land, appraised at $4,900, will be offered to the highest bidder at 10 a.m., Feb. 12. The sale will be held in the Bureau of Land Management's Carson City District Office, 801 North Plaza St. The successful bidder will have to pay an additional estimated $12 publication cost. The tract is at the south end of Mason Valley about 14 miles south of Yerington in Lyon County. The land is flat with sandy loam soils suitable for agriculture. Vegetation is a mixture of salt desert shrubs and perennial grasses. There are no utilities but power and telephone service are nearby. Physical and legal access, are available. houses have been evacuated Five schools with a total enrollment of 900 were closed in western Marin and Sonoma counties because of flooding. Court rejects jroperty owner, lughes dispute LAS VEGAS (AP) - U.S Dist. Judge Roger Foley refused Friday to dismiss federal charges of extortion against Thomas Hanley, founder of the gamine union, and union officer Dale Hill. Foley also refused to reduce Hanley's $25,000 bail and refused Hill's motion for a separate trial. The court entered a plea of not guilty for Hanley, 52, and their trial was set for June 5. Hanley's one-year federal sen tence on charges of assaulting an Internal Revenue Service of ficer ended last week, but he was re-arrested. He is charged in district court with murder in the death of Ralph Alsup, plumbing union official. Hanley and Hill were charged with extorting money from the Nevada Club. Comstock restoration group to meet VIRGINIA CITY (AP) - The Comstock Historical Restoration Foundation has rescheduled meetings to discuss its plans for Virginia City for Feb. 5 and 6. The sessions were postponed during recent severe weather. Trustees and foundation mem bership members will meet Feb. 5 with Abraham Krushkhov of Daniel, Mann, Johnson & Mendenhall, the firm contracted by the state for a preliminary study of the Virginia City res toration project. A general meeting is planned that night to elect a permanent nine-member board and hear a talk by Krushkhov. Meetings are planned with Krushkhov and others from the firm on Feb. 6. Miner crushed to death at test site LAS VEGAS (AP) - A miner was crushed to death at,the Nevada Test Site Friday by a device that lifts workers and equipment to the surface. The Atomic Energy Commis sion said Daniel J. Stewart, 64, Pioche, was working in a drilled vertical shaft being prepared for an underground nuclear explo sion. A spokesman said Stewart somehow became caught be tween the lift and the side of the shaft more than 2,000 feet deep. The AEC said an investi gating board is trying to determine more about the accident, which happened just before noon at Yucca Flat, 75 miles northwest of Las Vegas. Stewart was an employe of the Reynolds Electrical and Engineering Co. Court enters not guilty plea for Hanley LAS VEGAS (AP) - Federal Judge Roger Foley refused Friday to consider a dispute between the Hughes Tool Co. and owners of the land under the old El Rancho Vegas Hotel. Industrialist Howard Hughes completed negotiations in November, 1968, to buy the land across the Las Vegas Strip from the Sahara Hotel. But the El Rancho owners, led by Beldon Kattleman, told Title Insurance Co., holder of the money put in escrow, it wanted to cancel the deal. Title Insurance asked Clark County District Court to decide what to do. Kattleman asked that the case be moved to federal court but Foley ruled the grounds for this move were "improvident and improper." United Fund course Charles H. Clipper, executive director of the Washoe United Fund, leaves Sunday to attend a nine - day course in fund raising in Albuquerque, N.M. The course covers campaigning, budgeting, agency relations and planning for health and welfare services, . Area Thomas P. Michell Thomas P. Michell, 81, of 4744 Hixon Circle, Sacramento, died in Sacramento Thursday. He was a long-time resident of Nevada and had moved to Sacramento three months ago. A native of Cornwall, England, he moved from there to Leed, S.D. when he was 19 years old. He moved from Leed to Ouray, Colo, where he met his wife to be, Marie Barkow. They were married in Ely in 1914. The Michell family made its home in Ely and McGUl. Michell and his family lived in McGill from 1922 to 1955 when he retired from the Kennecott Copper Mills. He then moved to Sparks where he lived until three months ago. He was a member of the Ely Lodge No. 29 F&AM and a life member of the machinists union, McGill. He is survived by his daugh ter, Mrs. Marjorie Alger of Sac ramento; son, Fred Barkow of McGill; grandchildren, Kenneth Alger Jr. of Sacramento, Bill Barkow and Ellen Cline both of Reno. A funeral will be held at the Pyramid Funeral Home, Sparks, on Monday at 11 a.m. Benjamin Franklin, of Lodge No. 45, F&AM, will officiate. Burial will be in Masonic Me morial Garden Cemetery. Reno lecture scheduled on investments "A Professional Approach to Investing" is the title of a free lecture to be presented at the Reno office of Dean Witter k Co. Feb. 4 and 5. Account executive Gary Di Grazia will describe techniques used by sophisticated investors to build and maintain sound portfolios. The lecture will in clude a discussion of the cur rent investment climate in the light of present economic condi tions, and the investment oppor tunities available in common stocks, U.S. Government securities, and corporate and municipal bonds. Designed primarily for inves tors with large or varied port folios, each lecture will begin at 7:30 p.m., and will be fol lowed by a question and answer period. Sarno allowed to again run Circus Circus Jay Sarno will be allowed back to run the Circus Circus Casino he helped build, but can have no say in its corporate management for at least another four months, the Nevada Gaming Commission decided this week. The commission unanimously voted to allow Sarno back into the operation, but stipulated voting rights to his third of the casino's shares must remain in trust at least until June 30. Sarno placed the shares in trust when he resigned the pres idency last spring. Boy killed on Las Vegas sidewalk LAS VEGAS (AP) - An auto moving along a sidewalk struck and killed Todd Reichart, 7, Friday and injured his broth er, Troy, 5, Police said. ronce said tne boys were delivering pamphlets when a car driven by Carol Etcheson, 31, went up a driveway, traveled along the sidewalk and crashed into another car. Troy Reichart was in critical condition at Southern Nevada Memorial Hospital. Post sought in Churchill FALLON Al Sanches, oil products distributor in Fallon,' has filed for the office of Chur chill County sheriff on the Dem ocratic ticket. Sanches, 41, came to Fallon in September, 1961 as first sergeant with the 858th Radar Squadron. He entered the oil business on retirement as a U.S Air Force master sergeant in March, 1966. He and his wife, Elvina May have four children BIDS ASKED Bids on an 11.5-mile stretch of the Sunnyside cutoff are be ing sought by the State High way Department. To be built is a portion of the road from 1.7 miles south of Sunnyside to the Lincoln County line.. deaths Death Notices MICHELL IN Sacramento, Cllf. Jan. Uary U, lU. inomM r. ,v,h.-ii, ,uiivr resident of Sparks. Funeral services, Monday 11 a.m. Pyramid Funtrajl Home, 1538 "C" St., Sparks. Benlamln Franklin, Lodge No. 45 FIAM officiating. Burial Masonic Memorial Garden Cemetery. The family appreciates tht beauty and sentiments of flowers but reouesf donations to tht Cancer Fund, SHWIRY MITCHEL N. Services ptncV ing ROSS, Burnt H.noul mwivary, Card of Thanks "I WE DESIRE TO THANK OUR FRIENDS and neighbors wno lavt us sympainy and assistance during our rtctnt bereavement. We alio acknowledge with thanks tht beautiful floral tributes re- e"V'd" Mrs. Evt Dunsttth Dr. James Dunseath Si Family Bill Dunseath & Family, OUR THANKS and appreciation to ill Tne reiaiives ana inmn "t ,nn, and helped in our serrew tnt! grttt loss ef our husband and father Eugtna H. Shoup. Sincerely, Mrs. Eugent H. Shoup Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Shoup Waynt Shtua Mr. and Mrs. Lt Shouc tnt Ftmily Peter Carrigan Peter J. Carrigan, 64, of 4955 Mt. Rose Road, died in his home Friday. Mr. Carrigan was born in Colorado and came to Nevada as a child. He was a Nevada resident for 62 years. He was a retired railroad man. He is survived by two sisters, Verda Kemp of Reno and Nora Doyle of Las Vegas; brothers, Tim Carrigan and Barney Carrigan both living in Texas. Funeral arrangements are to be announced by OBnen-Rogers and Crosby Mortuary in Reno. Life insurance had record year for growth The life insurance business reports another record growth year in Nevada during 1969. Families in the state bought more life insurance, received a larger amount of benefit payments and ended the year with more protection than ever before. About $2.5 billion of life insurance is now in force, according to estimates by the Institute of Life Insurance. Nevada families increased their protection by $300 million or 11 per cent during 1969. About $300 million of individual life insurance was purchased in Nevada under "ordinary' policies. The increase over 1968 was $22 million ort eight per cent. Life companies paid about $12 million during 1969 to families of Nevada policyholders who died. This was $1 million or 10 per cent higher than death payments the previous year. Ohio guardsman dies near Nellis in plane crash LAS VEGAS (AP) - An Ohio' air national guardsman died Fri-; day when his F84 jet fighter crashed .while on a gunnery practice mission 50 miles northeast of here. A Nellis Air Force . Base spokesman identified the pilot as Maj. Leonard E. Haskovec of Miami, Fla. The Air Force said Haskovec was a commer cial pilot for Eastern Arlines here on active duty. Cause of the crash was to be investigated by a board of officers. Vegas can't take book store licenses-judge LAS VEGAS (AP) - Dist. Judge Llewellyn Young said Friday the city cannot revoke the business licenses of three book stores it accused of selling pornographic literature. The three stores had been ordered closed last fall but remained open pending the court decision. Fire calls Flrt fithters responded to these ctllt between 10 tm. Friday and 10 t.m. today : . RENO 11:14 t.m., 345 Moran St. Burned-out fan motor In furnace. Otmait tt motor and fiittr. 4:30 p.m., Nye Hill, Univtrsity of Nevada. False alarm. 3:32 t.m., Archit Clayton Junior Hloh School, 1295 Wyoming Ave. Slight damagt to electric outlet and wiring in wtodshop. 10:2 a.m., Reno Airport. Standby tor emergency lending. SPARKS 1:11 p.m., 1571 Hymer Avt. Firt in trash container. No damagt. 4:25 a.m., Stanftrd ant B streets, Wish down gas spill. CARSON CITY No calls. Vital statistics IRTHS CHU In Reno, Jan. 23, 170, to . Mr. and Mrs. William M. Chu of Reno, a son. FUZIY In Rent, Jan. ?3, 170, to Mr. ind Mn, William B. Puzey of ftefn, i daughter.

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