Reno Gazette-Journal from Reno, Nevada on April 20, 1971 · Page 22
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2 Tuesday, April 20, 1971 Legislative action roundup Marijuana penalty Gazette-Journal Legislative Bureau The Senate, by voice vote, agreed Monday to a plan that will allow reduction of the penalty for possession of marijuana to first time offenders under 21. The measure says a district judge has the authority to find the defendant guilty of a felony or a gross misdemeanor if the defendant is caught with less than one ounce of marijuana in his possession. Sen. Warren Monroe, P-Elko, said this was more realistic than the Assembly version. The amendment was adopted in the Senate to the uniform controlled substance act. A felony provides for a 1-6 year term in the state prison but a gross misdemeanor allows up to one year in the county jail and a fine of $1,000. Birth certificates Gazette-Journal Legislative Bureau A bill allowing officials to amend birth certificates if a child is born out of wedlock and acknowledgement of paternity is later established passed the Nevada Assembly. AB 727 says the new certificate would be identical with the certificate of a child born in wedlock and the original certificate would be sealed and opened only with a court order of a competent court. Welfare fraud The Assembly lias agreed to back down on earlier action increasing the prison sentence of recipients convicted of cheating on welfare. Assemblymen had approved a controversial bill hiking the penalties for welfare fraud to a maximum 10 years in prison and $5,000 fine. However, the Senate lessened the penalties to the maximum of one year in prison and a $1,000 fine and the Assembly agreed on the amendment Monday. Department merger Gazette-Journal Legislative Bureau The Assembly Transportation Committee introduced a concurrent resolution Thursday call Use the handy coupon In classified for our new $1 day want ads on private party merchandise. Reno Evening Gazette ing for a study of the feasibility of combining certain divisions of the department of motor vehicles. Monday, ACR 50, which requests the legislative commission to appoint certain legisla- tors to "make a study" was adopted by the lower house and,division l0 administer t0 local sent "forthwith to the Senate." Griffith commended Gazette-Journal Legislative Bureau The Clark County delegation introduced ACR 54, commending Robert B. Griffith, retired chair-' man of the Colorado River Com- mission. Landmark Hotel to expand in Las Vegas LAS VEGAS (APt-The Landmark Hotel has announced a $750,000 expansion project that includes plans for luxury suites on the 29th floor. The suites at the top of the tower building will be the highest in Las Vegas and offer a sweeping view of the Las Vegas Valley The hotel's coffee shop will be enlarged and the lobby and casino area will be remodeled during the expansion. The hotel will be doing away with a dice area and bar that formerly occupied the top floor. 4 MHMWPWMMWWIW W BMW .UMHliu.-Ui.i v u jiml miv j mmm i Venereal disease The Senate Finance Committee today sponsored a bill appropriating $33,000 over the next two years to help fight the growing problem of veneral disease in Clark County. The money would go to the state health governments. State officials say the veneral disease problem is reaching near epidemic proportions in southern Nevada. Bawden requests Earth Day help CARSON CITY - The Nevada State Highway Department has asked for help on Earth Day in cleaning up highway trash that cost the slate $243,000 to remove last year. "We would welcome assist ance from responsible groups which might wish to help in a spring cleanup of litter on portions of the state highway system," said John Bawden, state highway engineer Monday. He asked that groups planning cleanup activities Thursday, "Earth Dav." coordinate their , activiUes with dis trict engineers. "Your state highway depart- :ment is committed to "help pre- SCrve the natural environment on and adjacent to the state highway system and is most willing to assist those who wish to help us," he said. ID Primary defeated An effort to revive a bill calling for a state presidential primary election was defeated in the Nevada Assembly. The vote, to bring AB 185 from the Assembly Elections Committee was 11-22. Assemblyman Norman Hil- brecht, D-Las Vegas, said the bill had 23 signatures and it was appropriate to take a floor vote. The bill called for the presi dential primary to be held on March 2 beginning in 1972 and every four years after. The bill was sent to the elec tions committee and never re turned to the Assembly for a vote. Aid to blind A bill to give $10 more state aid a month to the blind person won approval in the Senate Finance Committee. The measure will cost $45,000 over the next two years. The blind would be the only category in welfare to get an increase in their checks if the bill is passed by the Legislature. Leaves hospital Gary L. Beu, 26, Reno, Injured in a March 20 accident on the Pyramid Lake Highway, has been released from Washoe Medical Center. The Nevada Highway Patrol said Bue's auto apparently ran out of control. $75,000.00 REWARD Can be yours annually if you are able to recognize a highly unusual opportunity and are ready to act quickly. A European firm with offices in the United States has recently made available for the first time in the United States an exclusive process for absolute weight and inch loss without ANY exercise, medication, hypnosis, and hunger diet. This method is completely safe, simple, under the supervision of a doctor, and can guarantee without qualification a pre-agreed loss, by date. 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Officers of the FTA installed at a banquet were: Mary Ann Souza of Lovelock, vice president; Martha Smith of Elko, treasurer; Kolene Vess of Valley High, Las Vegas, his-torain; Jon Murley of Tonopah, state parliamentarian. The Nevada FTA conference, sponsored by the National Education Association and the Nevada Association of Classroom Teachers, attracted 150 delegates from 15 chapters in Reno, Sparks, Elko, Tonopah, Yering-ton, Fallon, Fernley, Lovelock, Carson City, Las Vegas, Bould er City and Winnemucca. TIRE TAKEN Thomas J. Terry, 2170 Idle-wild Drive, told Reno Police a tire and wheel, set of tire chains, tool kit and tire jack worth about $80 were taken from the trunk of his car. At home in minutes Amazing new Quik-Fix fixes broken plates, fills in the cracks and replaces teethlikenew.FastlEasytouse! No special tools needed. DIHK-FIY Works every time or ivtn- ,A your money back. 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