Reno Gazette-Journal from Reno, Nevada on September 11, 1978 · Page 22
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Reno Gazette-Journal from Reno, Nevada · Page 22

Reno, Nevada
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Monday, September 11, 1978
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f 23 Reno Evening Gazette Monday, September 11, 1978 fifiondeiy CJeveadlca report Marilyn Leary named editor of weekly Record Courier GARDKKRVILLE (AP) An award-winning reporter for the Arizona Dally Star In Tucson has been named editor ot the weekly Record Courier here. Marilyn Leary, 40, replaces Sallyi Lyda, who resigned to make a bid (or the Douglas County Auditor-Recorder's Office. After graduating from Brown University, Mrs. Leary worked In Arizona as a correspondent for Life magazine. She was nominated three times In the late 1960s and early 1970s for a Pulitzer Prize, twice in connection with stories about drug usage by mlddle-and upper "class citizens of Tucson. The third nomination was for a story on Howard Hughes' activities In Arizona. While working as a medical reporter in Tucson, Mrs. Leary won two national awards for science writing, 17 Arizona Press Club awards and 11 regional and southwest awards for reporting. Motel demolished CTAn under construction concrete brick wall of the circus Circus Hotel parking garaged collapsed JZfrom the force of strong desert winds Sunday and crushed 16 rooms of the Westward Ho Motel on SSI the Las Vegas strip. An entire wing of the motel, consisting of approximately 70 rooms, was evacuated. No one was reported Injured although several tourists were trapped and later rescued. (AP Laserphoto) mt .... , . .. ANGIE McCAULEY IM BfMLV lass Eiiss Nevada Enited Teen kAngie McCauley, 17, a Jteshman at the University RjNevada-Las Vegas, was Mimed Miss Nevada United tgfcnager over the weekend 9!Ca pageant at the Pioneer Auditorium In Reno. Miss McCauley competed against 23 other contes-gmts. JSim King of Las Vegas mas named first runner-up. gwond runner-up was Pha-ne Thacker of Owyhee, trd was Cheryl Hanna of Sparks and fourth was Sandy Bland of Reno. ESvinners were picked on IW basis of interviews, eve-Klg gown competition, Bobolastic achievement and pjmmunity service. Grazing experiment made ELKO Several government agencies are Joining hands in an Elko County experiment to determine the best way to allow livestock to graze on the Nevada ran-gelands yet protect Its environment. They are already embarked on a long-range study on the privately-owned Saval Ranch about 40 miles north of Elko and its public-land grazing allotment. Researchers are in the process of taking Inventory on the site to get a reading of the range condition as they exist now. They will use that as an anchor for their studies of grazing impact on rangelands In their natural state and with improvements added, in work scheduled to continue at least until 1990. Effect on watershed, wildlife, archeology and recreational potential are among measurements to be included. The information will be used to develop a grazing management plan that will allow grazing but protect the range and its other uses, said Dr. Richard E. Eckert, principal Investigator. Eckert is a U.S. Department of Agriculture range scientist. The project will include cost-effectiveness studies. Work of the kind has been done before, but Eckert said this experiment should yield much more-detailed data. Other agencies participating include the university College of Agriculture, the U.S. Bureau of Land Management, the U.S. Forest Service, the U.S. Soil Conservation Service, and the Nevada Department of Fish and Game. Wall crashes onto motel LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) Part of a four-story wall collapsed onto the Westward Ho Motel here and trapped four people in their rooms for a short time, officials said. No one was injured in Sunday's incident, which damaged 16 of the motel's 1,000 rooms. Clark County firefighters quickly rescued the four people who were trapped after the cinder block wall fell. The wall, which a county building Inspector said was "properly engineered and built," was a section of a parking garage being built at the Circus Circus Hotel. Motel officials estimated damage at $240,000. Studies Wyoming geology Naomi E. Smith, Reno, Is among geology students from 29 institutions who have been doing field study in the Wind River Mountains of Montana this summer under a program sponsored by Miami University of Ohio. She is a student at University of Nevada's Mackay School of Mines. jl pizette- kjurrul J classified nwiif BURGLARY PROTECTION Call Collect UNITED Security Systems (702) 323 1620 III f7V r-iriri c rvi nn 7nrivirNi sk sr m mw bk. m s m mm s. mm ssk. LTOKMJIJLkjLl A A sr 4 M 26 WEEK MONEY MAK CERTIFICATES jT.992 thru than. (V-14-T) F DAILY COMPOUNDING PERIOD MINIMUM DEPOSIT $10,000. 26 WEEKS TERM 03ubstantial Penalty for Early Withdrawal 4 SIOOJOO VARIED RATE ACCOUNTS CERTIFICATES OF $100,000. OR MORE FAMILY SAVINGS WILL MEET ANY QUOTE AS TO RATES, AND TERM, MADE BY ANY OTHER SAVINGS AND LOAN IN NEVADA WE WILL MEET ANY SAVINGS AND LOAN RATES IN NEVADA! 1 I I HEY, SMARTY! If you'rt o tu-dnt getting "BV or bet-ttr, you may qualify far Formars - in tht form of sptciol bonus lowar rotM on your auto insurance. Call today ond gat th facts on formers monav-tavino Good Student Auto Policy. Spiroi C. Anasstasotos . 347$. Wells Ave. Reno, Nev. 89502 ia-1400 Sears SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO FACTORY AUTHORIZED mm 4, We offer expert movement exchonge services on oil Timex watches in or out of factory guarantee. Except obsolete models. Energy cells available for all Timex watches. Sorry, no mail orders. In our watch repair department Park Lane Centre 200 E. Plumb Ln. 826-2000 THE NEVADA STATE AFL-CIO AND ITS EXECUTIVE BOARD SUPPORTS AND ENDORSES THE FOLLOWING CANDIDATES FOR ELECTION IN THE 1978 PRIMARY Governor BOB ROSE Lieutenant Governor MYRON E. LEAVITT Attorney General RICHARD H. BRYAN Supreme Court Justice NOEL MANOUKI AN State Treasurer MIKE MIRABELLI State Controller MIKE DALY 1 Mark Tul ly Massogli , President 1 Claude Evans, Executive Secretary-Treasurer H Don Alford, Vice President District 2, Reno 1 John Strolla, Vice President District 2, Sparks I John Modill, Vice President District 3, Henderson EXERCISE YOUR RIGHT TO VOTE ON SEPTEMBER 1 2th j Boyd Manning, Vice President District 1, Ely Jack Evons, Vice President District 2, Reno Mike Chodburn, Vice President District 3, Las Vegas Jack Stafford, Vice President District 3, Las Vegas Mr':5P-! : f -fl-- r'f-Al Polar Regions Time Zones Racial Origins Religions Energy ProductionConsumption- Take A New View Of The World Back-To-School. WORLD NEWS MAP Reno Evening Gazette Box 280, Reno, NV 89520 You can get a copy of this huge, colorful ASSOCIATED PRESS WORLD NEWS MAP with this special offer from the Reno Evening Gazette. Printed in five colors, on a durable plastic-type material, this 52" x 38" map offers an updated view of our everchanging globe with basic information to help you understand today's news. It's a $12.95 value that's yours for only $4.95. Fill out the order coupon todayand we'll send you a new view of the world. Enclosed is $ . Please send me World News Maps at $4.95 apiece. NAME ADDRESS. CITY STATE ZIP. Please make check of money order payable to the Reno Evening Gazette Reno Evening Gazette 1

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