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8-Monciav, Nov. S, 1971 Reno Evening Ga7ftt Final quotations From the New York stock exchange Mondav, November 8, 1971 AcmeMk ? Aress .600 Aamirel Cp Aetnalf 1.S0 Air Prd .JO Atco .800 Atcan AAlm 1 AHegCp .106 AnsLud 140 Alia Pw 13 AH.rJ Ch 1 20 AlhedSt 1.40 AllisCh .;oo AICM 1 (tO Am Hss .2? Am Air .4( A Brnd 210 A Brest 1 JO Am Can J 20 AmCvan l' AmElec l.'O Am Export Am Hoit .40 A Homt 1.70 AmHoso .2 AMetCx 1.40 Amer Motor AmNGs 2.20 A Smelt 1.30 Am Mnd .40 AmT&T Jo AmMek .60 AMF Inco 1 Ampex Co Amsur 1.70 Anarn .5Ph Ateco Abb Armco Stl 1 Arms Ck .(in AshlOil 120 Assoc Trans At Richfld 2 AMas Corp AvCO Corp Avnt .lib Bab&Wil .50 BakerOil .70 Bangor Bath Ind .20 Beat Fd l it Beckm .5T-0 BeechA .tog Beli&HII .60 Pendix 1.60 Benquet Belti SSI. 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'4 Reno issues 20 licenses for business Twenty-six business licenses were issued last week by the City of Reno. They were: Pagni Bros., 20005 S. Virginia St., contractor; John Madaria- as C. Wilson Advertising Agency, 1790 E. Plumb Lane, advertising; Rene Devine Interior Designs, 102 Smithridge Park, designer; Robinson & Cassas, 195 S. Sierra St., attorney; Al Lamberti, 475 ry Way, landscape archi tect; Joeckel, Hartley and Assoc., 305 Edison Way, engineer; C & N Engine Efficiency, 2180 'roducts Corp., 250 Stanford ray, Sparks, merchandise; Silver Pine Hones, Inc., 13960 Area death Tomasa Arrizabalaga Special to the Gazette FALLON - Tomasa E. Arri zabalaga, 87, died Punday in the Churchill Public Hospital. She was born March 3, 1884, in Spain. Arriving in the United States in 1913, she first lived in Austin and then the Campbell Creek and Dixie Valley areas before settling in Fallon in 1926. Her husband, Ramon, died In 1956. Survivors include sons Felix and Ramon Jr., both of Fallon, a daughter Maria Moiola, also of Fallon, five grandchildren, two great-grandchildren and a brother, Marcelino Erquiaga, Fallon. Recitation of the Rosary will be at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Austin Funeral Home. Requiem Mass will be at 10 a.m. Wednes day at St. Patrick's Church with Father James Sheehy official line Anderson merchandise; Burial wiU be in the family Death Notices MCBETH Orrin L. Jr., beloved husband of Diant McBelh, father ot John ana Bruce McBelh, son ot Mr. k Mrs. Orrin L. McBtth, Sr., brother of Mr Richard Pettlt, Harold and Don Mc-Beth, neohew of Mr. 1 Mrs. Frank Widitr, Edna Parks, George Barr, Millie Gault, and Mr. I Mrs. Sam Barr. Services Tuesday 10 a.m. at St. John's Presbyterian Church. Burial In M. View Cemetery. Ross, Burke 8, Knobel Mor-tuay in charge. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Washoe Medical center Pediatric Ward. GUILD In Carson City Nov. 5, 1971 Judge Clark J. Guild, a native of Dayton, Nev. A funeral will be held Tuesday, Nov. 9, at Walton Funeral Home in Carson City at 11 a.m. In lieu of flowers the family has requested that contributions to the Nevada Stale Museum in the name of Judge Guild would be appreciated. j 44. 441 44'. ., And fourteen general business 3217. 17', 17' V. lirpn.SPS- Snilthu-PSf PrnrAnrs 58 157. 15H 15. Wi.T .. . i 34'. 34'. 34-. ... North, 3660 Plumas St.; Dun-si Hi Ilrite, 623 S. Center St.; Jay's 455 ?vl '.;'. !Janitorial Service, 390 Gentry V, ?ir H Way; Les and Jo Parsons Main- 19 83'4 3' 83'i iltenance. 1219 Charles Drive: 103 12U 12. 12 . .1 a A xt..j tt.: c : ncvaua nccuing oeivive, 480 La Rue Ave.; Day and Night Incorp., 139 N. Virginia St.; 323 251 X47 36 2 24 24'. 24 1. 284 28'. 26'.. 78 74', 78 27 404 40. 40 5. S't 5'T . 29 11. ll'i ll' wMonsnt 1.80 14 Wn 15. 14'. I Motorola .40 74 31 30', 30', ?nMt Fuel 1.60 55 49 49'i 49. . I 28 134', 133'. 134 t! 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Declines outpaced advances by less than 6 to 5 among the issues traded on the New York Uniroyal .70 U Aircr 1.80 UnBrand .30 Utd Corp .50 US Gypsm 3 US Indus .40 USPIyCh .64 USSmeit lb US Stl 1.60 US Tob 1.20 UtdUlilit .96 UnivOil .201) Upjohn 1.40 Utahlnt .80a UtahPL 1.92 Varian Asso VendoC .30h VictorCC .50 Va Elec 1.12 Walgreen 1 WarnrL 1.30 Wash W 1.34 WestAir 10k WsBanc 1.30 W Union 1.40 West El 1.80 Wstyac 1.05 Weyerhs .60 WhelPitt Stl Whirlpl 1.40 Wh Con .40g White Motor Whittakr Cp Woolwh 1.20 10 7:. 7. 7-2 ...I 9 152' a 150 152',lv,' 14 34'. 354 34', ' j T.T 72 324 32 32 i ! 110 19', 19'. 19'4 Vj; 224 22i 22'i 22. ... 403 321 31' 2 32'i ' .8 38 37. 377i Vi 18 311 31 '4 31 v. I. 171 13. 13'. 13. 100 1061 105". 1051 ,i 7 154 154 15 '. 34 59'4 584 59 V, 49 28'.2 271. 2 , 52 14'4 14 14'4 1 21' 21 21'4 14 24 401 40". 404 1 126 17'. 14'e 14'l ll 47 37' 34 34'T 42 384 37'. a 384lH 43 27', 27 27V4 '4 202 31 ' 304 30- I, 58 87. 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Wells ; Roland Wissbeck, of Lockwood; .Reno Skirt and Awning Com pany, 1050 Gentry Way; Crea i'Uive Building Maintenance Sys Sparks; T & C Enterprises, 126 537. 531 531 208 704 ; to -h pany, 1050 Gentry Way; Crea- X44 82 81 "4 82 it, 4S4 4i" J Si a ZZiems 2161 Lexington Way, D J Warehouses, 1306 Bon Rea Ave.; Sta-Power Industries, Inc., and Consolidated Services, Inc., both at 220 S. Virginia St.; and The Jacobs Company, Inc., Chicago, 111. brothers, Larry Wissbeck, of Lockwood, and Dale Wissbeck, of San Francisco; a sister, Paula Kichemaster, of Haw thorne. Funeral arrangements are being handled by the Walton Funeral Home. Orrin L McBeth The funeral for Orrin L. Mc Beth Jr., 38, of 705 E. Huffaker Lane, will be conducted at 10 a.m. Tuesday, in St. John's Placerville fire kills two persons PI . A P F.R VTT T ft! fAPI T,n - . v-i . n v., .: r U rm, TJ persons died and seven others- T." ft. iiawouii aii, niu uiunaiv. Burial will follow in the family Clark J. Guild A funeral for Judge Clark J. Guild, who died Friday in Car son City, will be held Tuesday at 11 a.m. from Walton's Chapel of the Valley in Carson City. The Rev. Robert Pumphrey of St. Peters Episcopal Church, Carson City, and the Rev. James Carroll of Trinity Episcopal Church, Reno, will officiate. Cremation will follow. Friends may call at the Wal ton chapel in Carson City today until 9 p.m. and Tuesday from 8 to 10 a.m. Judge Guild, who had served as a district judge in Nevada for 28 years and who was founder of the Nevada State Mu seum, is survived by his widow, Lennan and a daughter, Mrs. Marjorie Russell, both of Carson City; a son, Clark J. Guild Jr, of Reno; a stepson, James A. Scott, Sacramento, and a sister-in-law, Mrs. Alice Guild of Yer-ington. Also surviving are nine grand children, Clark, David, Craig and Todd Russell, Virginia Sakal, Clark Joseph Guild III, Daniel Guild, Jeffery Guild and Jann Cademartori. Five great grandchildren also survive Don A. Smith S.Sgt. Don A. Smith, 36, a pr cv xx x I v f - LEGAL NOTICES IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DI5TICT COURT OF THE STATE OP NEVADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY Or WASHOE . . No 273208 DP- Nn. 4 FIRST NATIONAL RANK OP NEVADA I national banking acialion PUmliff vs. LOURIA J. HANAVAN and EVA M. HAN. luiu D4andant SUMMONS THE STATE OF NEVAOA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE-NAMED DEFENDANT: You ara htrtby unv moned and raqulrad to arv upon -plain, tiffs altornay. whost namt and addrtsa I,- Richard W. Horlon, Stewart, Horton 4,'McKi.slck, Ltd., IM N. Arlington. Suit 300, Reno, Nevada, an answer tp th Complaint which is herewith served upon you, within 20 day. afler service ol thu Summons upon you, exclusive of the day ot service. It you tail to do so, (udgment by default will be taken aoamst1 you for the relief demanded In the Complaint. Money due and owino on promissory note, master charge account and overdrawn checking account. Date: October 13, 171 . H K. BROWN, Clerk ef Court By R. H. PHILLIPS, Deputy Clerk 334240-Hanavan Nov. l-lS-22-2-Doc. TED BAKER Ted Baker Ted Baker, about 70, who for many years was regarded as Nevada's outstanding horseman, died Friday after a lengthy illness. His local career included ac tivity as an organizer of horse men's groups and teams, a spon sor of junior groups, and compe tition in riding. The Baker ranch in south Reno (south of Moana Stadium) was the center of horsemen's activity for a long period of time. He operated a riding sta ble there for many years. Baker often served as marshal for Reno's parades, and led vari ous mounted groups in dozens of parades. He was re-elected pres ident of the Nevada White Hats several times, also was a menv ber of the Washoe Horsemen's Association, the Nevada State Horseman's Association, and was an adviser to the Washoe Junior Trail Riders, and Washoe Horseman Juniors. In 1956 he was the winner of the 100-mile Sierra Trail Ride's California-Nevada Governor's Trophy. He was honored in 1957 by NOTICE TO BIDDERS ' The Nevada Slate Purchasing Division, Carson City, Nevada will receive eeieo bids in their office to: 3:30 P.M., 11-IS-I KAr-CK. rmnimoi Employment Security, Highway, Crso C'1S P.M., U-17-71 iTERILIZER,' Comprehensive Mental Health Center,- Lai Vesas 115 P.M., Il-t4-ri m.nurtvn. AGGREGATES . SCREENINGS, High, way. State owned pit at Coaldale. and near Austin, Nevada lr.r 1:30 P.M.. 11-22-71 OFFICE SUPPLIES, uinhu,u. and Fish 1. Game, Reno, Wet. fare, Tax, Employment Security, and Children's Home, Carson City, Tax tn Em. p oyment security. Las vesas 1:45 P.M., 11-22-71 PAPER TOWELS. P2:C0ap.M:, nn228-71 STACKING CHAIRS. "f!MTyl BAKERY ITEMS. Youth Training Center, Elko 31S P.M., 11-22-71 POTATOES, ONIONS. CANNED s, PACKAGED FOODS, Youth Training Center, Elko, Hospital, Sparks, & Children's Home, Carson City 2:30 P.M., 11-23-71 PRINTED FOJ?MS, Employment Security, Highway, i" Controller, Carson City . 2-45 P.M., 11-23-71 SOUND LEVEL MEASURING SET, Motor Vehicles, Car- I3:0o',P.M., 11-23-71 SCAFFOLD, Buildings & Grounds, Carson City 1:45 P.M., 11-29-71 VISUAL TESTER. Motor Vehicles, Carson City . All bids will be publicly opened and read at the above times and dates in the Nevada Slate Purchasing Division, Carson City, Nevada. Proposal forms may be secured from the Purchasing Administrator. The right is reserved to reject any or all proposals or to accept the) one deemed best tor the State of Nevada. (s) AVIS M. HICKS, Administrator 333440-Notice Nov. nrocontatinn ff iha NnHnnal lormer res aent ot auon, oieaiRecreation Association citation. iw. i wane living a? a mtu- Jn his th gaker h e j p e d ical corpsman at Fitzsimons izfi and st lo matches Genera Hospital, Denver Colo. Jn im A native of Henrieville, Utah, u.oro . H at Rai.Pr.s Pftin he had attended Utah i State Uni- on the oU University versity in Logan, Utah. Vttrm u.hiph RaVpr lpaspd dur. He joined the Army Medical,. tha t npri . ...b r IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY Or WASHOE No. 27249B - Dept. No. - IN THE MATTER OF THE EST ATI OF JACKELIN REA, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS J Notice is hereby given that Hie undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified by the above entitled Court on- the 7th day of October, A.D. 1971, as Executor of tht estate of JACKELIN SEA. deceased. . All creditors having claims against said Estate are required to file the same with the proper vouchers attached, with the Clerk of the Court within three montht after the first publication of this notice. Dated October 7, A.D. 1971. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF NEVADA By T. M. TEGLIA, Trust Administrator SWANSON, SWANSON & CAPURRO By WAYNE N. CAPURRO, Attorneys for the Estate 334340-Rea Oct. 11-18-25-Nbv. I I were injured today when fire destroyed a two-story home' in the Sierra foothills 12 miles east of Placerville. The two victims were not im- jDorado County Sheriff's Office. Alfred Anderson, his wife and S40 19H 19'. 19H W W 12 2)'i 23V4 237'. 4 otoiai- 4t07 xrLi i av. i.tOJT VW OT-'lT 4 I At. ... .... .. 15 21. 211 2i3. 1. 1 live or tneir children were taken 3s? .sii! Ivl sr.ito Marshall Hospital in Placer- no 401 394 39. 4 Urillo Tha nonl. M If 3l transferred to Kaiser Hospital 15 v. i in Sacramento where Anderson 21 22V. 9 441 Vt aoi ;! Stock Exchange Brokers said many investors were on the sidelines waiting for signs of a market trend and for decisions on Phase 2 of the President's economic program. Motors, steels, and oils were weak. Utilities were generally higher. Computer Sciences was ahead at 7. The company won a New York City off-track betting contract. Other Big Board prices included: Boise Cascade, down 5 to 15 McDermott, off 2 at 3Hg; International Telephone, off 'z at 50Vi; Texaco off ' at 31?8; Occidental Petroleum, down Vs to 12; and Schlumberger, down 78 at 127. On the Amex, prices included: TWA warrants up to 22Mt; Lennar Corp., up at 48Vi; Data Products, up to 4; Presley Development, ahead 2, to 59:!8: Dome Petroleum off 4 at 2714.; and General Battery down at 19. 44 87. 67 39 17'. 17 197 471. 445. 21 15H 15 15 90 89' 31 21V4 21'-4 75 224 21'4 90 91 9 104 46s. 44 XYZ XeroxCp .80 284 1124 Hl'4 112 ZaleCorp .44 20 37J4 37. 374 Vt ZenithR 1.40 24 433. 43H 43. i Footnotes New YorK Stock txcnan9e Sales figures are unofficial All sales in hundreds (00) emitted except for those designated (z) which are traded in 10 share lots and carried in full. DIVIDENDS: are annual rate unless otherwise identified: (a) plus extra; (b) declared or paid so far this year, no regular rate; (c) payment on accumulated dividends; d) paid last year; (e) cash plus stock; (g) annual rate plus stock dividend; (h) paid this year latest dividend omitted; (i) per cent in stock paid last year; (k) per cent in stock; (q) in bankruptcy-receivership or reorganization; (s) capital distribution; (x) ex. dividend; (wi) when issued, (wt) war. rants. FRACTIONS: (f) indicates following figure is fraction in 32nds; (i) indiates following figure is fraction in 44ths; (r) following figure is fraction in 254ths; (s) following figure is fraction in 128ths; (I) irdicates following figure is fraction in 14ths. was in serious condition with Cj third degree burns over much of his body. Aladdin Hotel sold in Vegas NEW YORK (UP I) Selected stocks on the American Stock Exchange. Sales(hds) High Low Last Chg. Aerojet .50a 13 194 19 19i H Alld Control 4 83. Ss4 8. .. A Petr 1.10b 40 21 203'. 21 Vj ArkLaG 1.30 135 22H 211 217a V Beverly Ent 55 84 Vt 8 V. Brascan la 15 14'4 144 14' 'a Bundy Cp 1 I 28' 28'. 28. ... Circle K .32 3 444 44'. 44i Clary Corp 8 4't 4'1 4' ... Computest 18 5 4 4. .. Creole 2.40a 11 23 22. 22s! V. Day Mines 29 4 54 57 V. Dixlyn Corp 10 4'4 41 4'j ... Fed Resour 197 2H 2Vj 2',2 V. Felmont Oil 5 14'. 13'.. 14 Finl SB .20a 12 27?. 27'i 27'i ,, Ford Can 2 120 83Va 83V2 83' 2 1 Frontier Air 17 5 41. 434 V. Gen Battery 143 19H 18. 18'.. Greer Hydrl 4 4i 4 4 V. HuskyOI .15 4 14'. 14 14 Inexco Oil 40 41 4V. 4'i V. Kaiser In 2k 41 8 74 Tt ... Kirbylnd .34 8 21"4 21 21 V. Lee En .07b 12 17V. 17 17 i Mohwk Airl 48 3 2i 274 ... NwParlc Mn 48 24 7t 2't ... Ookiep 4.54b Z100 55 55 55 PacNW 1.04 20 15 14". 143. V4 Pneum Dyn 4 4'4 44 434 V. PubcoP5 .15 J5 74 47. 4' 17 RSC Ind Inc 14 2'4 2. 2". 14 Shattuck Dn 2 4?t 4'a 474 ... Solitron Dev 40 94 9V4 9'4 V4 Statham Ins 12 15V4 15 15' V4 SyntexC .40 X108 49 48 48. i Techniclr In 23 12" 1214 12'1 V. UnivConf 2k 17 4'4 4 4". V. Utah Sgr .80 4 133i4 13i 13. '. yzinzczzzyyc End CB List NEVADA CORPORATIONS Bid Harrah's 16'. Lynch Communications 21s. Southwest Gas 15'. First Western Financial l'a Magma Power 2'. Thprmal Power 14. to be inserted in new york stoe Basic 4 7'. 7. 7. ..-k E. G. and G Inc. 28 204 201 20VJ V. Newmt. 34 23 224 22'.- Vt Eagle Picher 7 24. 245i 24. ... to be inserted In American stock quots Skaggs 11 25'. 254 25Va ... NEVER AT SEA SYDNEY (AP) - Captain Keith Ridgway has voyaged Asked 14.; 15' 2 1 700,000 miles without going to LAS VEGAS (AP) -.The Aladdin Hotel and casino here has been sold to Las Vegas businessman Sam Diamond and Detroit investor Charles Gold- farb, the Recrion Corp. has reported. The sale was finalized Sunday, Recrion said. Price of the hotel was $5,125,000 with $4,150,000 of the proceeds to be used to pay all long-term indebtedness. Diamond said he will be pres ident of the hotel while Gold-farb will be vice president and secretary-treasurer. Diamond is a former vice president and casino manager of the Silver Slipper and has been involved with gaming in Las Vegas for 20 years. Goldfarb is a former stockholder in the Silver Slipper. plot in Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may call until 9 p.m. today at the Ross, Burke and Knobel Mortuary. McBeth, salesman for a Reno paper products firm, was i found shot to death Friday night in the restroom of a roadside rest area off Interstate 80, about 20 miles east of Reno. Born, July 21, 1933, in Salina, Kan., McBeth had resided in Reno since 1959. His wife Diane, is the daughter of Rocco Spina, director of the Reno Parks and Recreation Department. Since coming to Reno in 1959 he had been employed with the Blake, Moffitt and Towne Paper Co. Surviving, in addition to his widow, are sons John, 12, and Bruce, 9, all of Reno, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orrin McBeth Sr., of Salina, Kan.; brothers Harold, of Republic, Wash., and Donald, of Salina; a sister, Mrs. Richard Pettle, of Ft. Worth, Tex.; and numerous uncles, aunts, and cousins in Kansas and California. 21 15V. sea copies , as low 3C Per f copy as Larry jw INSTANT PMNT&nIAIL! 790 SO. VIRGINIA ST. PHONE: 322-5095 Wm. A. Rainey, Ill's CLARKE STATIONERS of NEVADA, Inc. IIUICIIVUICJ V4 I tWtl 180 linden Sj. Jo tT where it's easy to park. For Free Delivery at Commercial Prices Call 329-0663. 4 DRAWER FILE ... $39.95 Printing Office Supplies Office Furniture Veterans meet, name chaplain Fay Wallace was elected chap lain of the Nevada department Veterans of World War One at a board of administration m Tonopah. Certificates of merit for membership were voted to Carson City, Caliente, Carlin, Ely, Las Vegas and Reno barracks. The He has just retired after 25!board als0 voted a donatio" to years with the company that operates ferries within Sydney Harbour to the suburb of Manly. He starte as a deckhand, became master of a ferry boat and more recently skipper of a hydrofoil ferry the "happy holiday" fund of the Reno Veterans Administration hospital. William I. Cross, department commander said Ralph Crawford, quartermaster, Emma Gil- lis, auxiliary president and Jane Thompson, treasurer, will visit all department barracks and TRAFFIC FINES REAL-LIFE VILLAINS BROCKV1LLE, Ont. (AP) - auxiliaries early in 1972 Recent night-time visitors to the Never-Never Land young people's tourist attraction were not exactly nursery rhyme characters. The gift shop was broken into and $952 worth of transistor radios, toys, costume jewelry, Eskimo figures and other articles were stolen. LAS VEGAS (AP) - City Commissioner George Franklin has asked the city attorney to draw up an ordinance that would prevent traffic citations from being settled out of court. Woman killed, boys wounded in North Vegas NORTH LAS VEGAS (AP) A 51-year-old woman was shot and killed and two teen-aged boys were wounded Sunday in a mobile home. Viola Jamerson was shot in the chest. Her husband Cleo, 59, was booked for investigation of murder and two counts of attempted murder. In serious condition in South em Nevada Memorial Hospital was Larry Boles, 13, who was shot in the abdomen. In fair condition was Frank E. Boles, 15. who was wounded in the thighs. Police said they were called to the trailer park and immediately took Jamerson into custody. A small caliber revolver, was confiscated. Corps in 1958 and had served overseas in Germany and Vietnam, along with numerous as signments in the United States. At Fitzsimons, he was serving as a medical laboratory technologist He is survived by his widow, Pat, a daughter, Melissa, and sons, Scott, Allen and Gary; brothers, Van, in Juneau, Alas ka, Roe, Huntington Beach, Calif., Vee, Grand Canyon, Utat Jed, Escalante, Utah, Lee, Henrieville, Utah; sisters, Ida, Anchorage, Alaska, Loa, Sacra mento, Amy, Hawthorne, and Joy, Hurricane, Utah. Services were conducted in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- day Saints, and burial followed in the Ft. Logan, Colo., Cem etery. Richard Neblett HAWTHORNE - Richard Sterling Neblett, 87, died Thurs day. He was born in Clarks ville, Tenn., Nov. 27, 1883. He had lived in Hawthorne since 1947 and retired from the Navy Ammunition Depot in 1955. He is survived by one daughter, Catherine Davis; his widow, Etta, 84; and one sister, Anna Lyle, of Clarksville, Tenn. The funeral was to be con ducted by the Rev. Ross Clee- land today at the Hawthorne Funeral Home. THEFT REPORTED Several radios, a portable tele vision set, cameras, jewelry and other valuables, all valued up to $2,000, were taken from the residence of Arthur E. Bevis, 651 Gould St., Thursday, Reno police said. Fire call Man killed in collision in Las Vegas LAS VEGAS (AP) - One person was killed, and two seriously injured in a downtown collision here, the Nevada Highway Patrol said Sunday. Raymond Ferguson, 48, was identified as the deceased. A passenger in the Ferguson car, Peggy Hatsell, 45, of Bullhead City, Ariz., was injured as was the driver of the other car, William Borellis, of Las Vegas. Fire fighters responded fo these calls from 11 a.m. Saturday to 11 a.m. today: Kb NO Saturday 1:13 p.m., behind Bonanza Square, brush fire, no damage. Panther Valley Volunteers responded. 2:34 p.m., Manzanita Hall, University of Nevada, false alarm. 3:08 p.m., 3301 S. Virginia St., controlled burn, na damage. 4:32 p.m.. Military Road, Lemmon Val-;p.m. 6:51 p.m., Fifth and Sierra streets, false! Prather of alarm. 7:28 p.m., 5400 Sulro St., auto fire, damage to engine compartment and paint. Sunday 1:33 a.m., Nye Hall, University of Nevada, false alarm. 11:13 a.m., 12002 Rocky Mountain St., Stead, brush fire, no damage. 12:05 p.m., 1505 E. Fourth St., trash fire, no damaqe. 1:3 p.m., 1884 Helena St., trash fire, ns damage. Today No calls. SPARKS Saturday 11:55 a.m., 4190 S. Virginia St., Golf City Driving Range, brush fire, no damage. Sunday 9:31 a.m., Albertson's, Oddie Boulevard and Sullivan Lane, fire in trash box, no damage. 1:45 p.m., 1153 Gepford Parkway, illegal burning, no damage. 3:35 p.m., 685 E. Greenbrae Drive, controlled burn, no damage. 7 p.m., 1308 Probasco Way, gas spill. wasned down area. Today No calls. CARSON CITY Saturday 4:52 p.m.. Safari Mobile Home Park, space SI, gas explosion, moderate oam age. Sunday No calls. Today Ne calls. A private funeral was to be held today at the Walton Funeral Home in Reno. Survivors include his widow, Daphne, and a daughter, both in the Reno area. Mariin C. Murray The funeral for Martin C. Murray, of 1485 Ebbets Drive, was to be conducted today in the O'Brien-Rogers and Crosby Funeral Home. The Rev. John Bain of St. Albert's Catholic Church was to officiate. Burial will be in Our Mother of Sorrows Cemetery. Murray was killed Friday eve ning on top of an elevator at the Royal Inn motel, 1275 Stardust St. Murray, a native of California, had resided in Reno for three months and was a student at Clayton Junior High School. He is survived by: his parents Joseph and Joyce Murray, of Reno; brothers, Mark, in Mon tana, and Sean, of Reno; a sis ter, Heidi, of Reno; a grand mother, Adeline Christopherson, in California, and a great-grandmother, Mrs. Moats, in California. s- Harris Mackintosh Harris G. Mackintosh, 66, a resident of Gardrerville for the last 18 months, died in Carson City Friday evening. Mackintosh was born Dec 7, 1904 in Des Moines, Iowa, and was a retired bank execu tive. He is survived by his wid ow, Bertha, of Gardnerville; a son Kenneth Mackintosh, Winne peg, Canada; and a daughter, Jane Albrecht of Mill Valley, Calif. Four grandchildren also survive. A funeral will be held from Walton's Chapel of the Valley, Carson City, on Tuesday at 2:30 with the Rev. Quentin the Carson Valley Methodist Church Community officiating. Burial will follow in the Garden Cemetery in Gardner ville. LEGAL NOTICES IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OP WASHOE No. 272986 Dept. No. 2 JACK 0. HODGES, Plaintiff VS. .1 KATHLEEN E. HODGES, Defendant SUMMONS THE STATE OF NEVADA SE'NDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE-NAMED DEFENDANT: You are hereby sum moned and required to serve upon plain tiff's attorney, whose name and addresi is: Bissett & Logar, Attorneys at Law, 300 South Virginia Street, Reno, Washoe County, Nevada telephone 716-5040, an answer to the complaint which is herewith) served upon you, within 20 days after service of this summons upon you, exclusive of tht day of service. If you fail to do so, ludgment by default will De raxen against you for the relief de manded In the complaint. This action is brought to recover a judgment- dissolving a contract ot marriage and bonds of matrimony now existing between you and plaintiff on the grounds of incompatibility. Date: Oct. 4, 1971. H. K. BROWN, Clerk of Court By E. LIVERMORE. Denutv 'Clerk 331240 Hodges Oct. 25-Nov. 1-8-15-21 IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OP NEVADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOt No. 273736 Dent. No. 3 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF SILVIO PAGNI, Deceased. Notice is Hereby Given. That WILLIAM PAGNI having filed in this Court a document purporting to be the last will and testament of SILVIO PAGNI, deceased, and a petition, praying that . the same be admitted to probate, the hearing thereof has been fixed by said Court for Tuesday, the 23 day of Nov., 1971, 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 executor thereof. Dated, Nov. i, A.D. 1971. H. K. BROWN, Clerk. By B. FREEMAN, Deputy Clerk. 331040-Pagni Nov. 1-12-17 BIDS WANTED FOR HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed proposals will be rereivert hu the Directors of the Department of Hioh. ways of the State of Nevada at their office In the State Highway Building.- Car- sun uiiy, nevaua, uniu ana openea as 1:30 p.m. Pacific Standard Time on De cember 9, 1971, for Contract No. 1418, Prolect No. 1-080-1(57)12, construction ot a portion of the Interstate Highway Sys. rem in vvasnoe loumy, on Interstatt Route 80 between Keystone Avenue in Reno and the junction with U.S. Hiohwav 40 in Sparks, a length of 2.776 miles. The minimum wage to be oaid on thia contract shall be as determined by tha Secretary of Labor of the State Labor Commissioner and are set forth in tha contract documents. Employment lists may be obtained from the local office of the Nevada Employ, ment Security Department at 70 West Taylor, Reno, Nevada, 89502. Plana and specifications may be examined at the office of the undersionpri. the Highway Department District Offices at bparKs, and Las Vegas, Nevada; tha Regional Office of ths Federal Highway Administration, 450 Golden Gate Avenue, San Francisco, California, 94102; at tha offices of the Associated General Contractors of America, 110 North 27ttf Street, Boise, Idaho, 83706; 438 South MairnStreet, aau lbiw iuy, uian, MIDI; and 300 South Wells Avenue, Reno, Nevada. 89502; at the office of the F. W. Dodo Com-pany P. O. Box 14185, Las Vegas, Nevada, 9102; it the office of the. Daily Pacific Builder, 2450 17th Street; San Francisco, California. 94110: and'-! tha office of the Construction Notebook, 2324 soutn Higniand Avenue, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89102. Plans, form of proposal, contract and specifications may be secured by prequalitied bidders through the of. fica of the undersigned. A fee of Ten Dollars ($10.00) is required tor the pur-chase of each copy of tha plan? with proposal form. Plans, proposal forrn and specifications, obtained on this barn's ar non-returnable and no refund wll b made. Bids must be on the proposal form of the Highway Department and must be accompanied by a bidd bond, a certified check, a cashier's churk. nr cash In the amount of five percent (5) of bid. Right is reserved to reject anyor all bids. Contractors desiring to bid on this) work. If not already qualified under th Stat Law, shall file with the Department of Highways at Carson City, Nevada, not later than five (5) days prior 3o thai date for opening of bids, a cdmplet application for qualification on form furnished by the Department. All requests must be mad In writing on the standard printed form provided free of charge for that purpose by tha Depatment ol Highways. , The attention of bidders Is directed to the Slata Contractor's License Law requirement (NRS 624.230 as amended to date), that a contractor hold a valid license of a class corresponding 'to tha work to be done. Requests for "license may be directed to the Secretary of tha State Contractor's Board, 3?l South Wells Avenue, (P. O. Box 7497), Reno, Nevada. This is a Federal-aid project and as such, any contractor otherwise qualified by the State of Nevada to perform such work, is not required to be licensed nor to submit application for ileensa 'in ad-vance of submitting a bid or havng such bid considered provded, however, that such exemption does nol coastltuta a waiver of the Slate's right under Its license laws to require a contractor, determined to ba a successtul bidder, to be licensed to do business In the Stat of Nevada In connection with lha1 award of a contract to him. 1 Tht Nevada Slate Highway Department will on Its own initiative, takt ftlrm-tivt action, Including tht Imposition ef contract sanctions and tht Initiation of appropriate legal proceedings under any applicable Statt or Federal law to achieve equal employment opportunity on Federal-Aid Highway Projects and will actively cooperate with the Federal Hlohwav Ad. ministration In all Investigations and enforcement actions undertaken by tht Federal Highway Administration. In conjunction with the above statement, the, High, way Department will not issue plans ta an Irresponsible bidder. Subsection (B) of the section 112 of Title 23 United States Code has been amended by adding) at the end thereof, the following: "Contracts for the construction of each project shall be awarded only on the bais of the lowest responsive bid submitted by a bidder meeting established criteria ot responsibility." GRANT BASTIAN? P P. Statt Hghwav Engineer Carson City, Nevada 89701 333380-No. 1411 Nov. i-9-10-11-12-13 15-16-17-11-19-20-22

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