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2C Reno Gazette-Journal Friday, February 22, 1985 Slot cheating From page 1C , Cullinen has since pleaded guilty to charges connected with this case, as has i star government witness Durham and for-1 mer defendant Patti Lane. Snider was linked to the Harolds Club jackpots along J with defendant John Vaccaro. Also facing j; trial in Reno federal court are Vaccaro's f wife, Sandra, and Kevin Brennan, Norm i. Alvis, Paul Bond, Stephen LaBarbera and I Bill Cushing. "I asked if I could take a small jackpot v because I knew that's what Nancy was up there for to block for someone else," : Coot said, recounting a conversation that sounded not unlike someone arranging to i pick their car up from a garage. "He j(Cullinen) said, 'There's a small one if s "you want to take it off and it will be ready at about 2 o'clock.' " ". Coots said he went to Harolds, where either Cullinen or Snider told him, "I think this machine will be lucky today and you should play it." He then bought two rolls of quarters and began pulling the handle. "Pretty soon there was a fella come to my right and he said, 'Would you move over?' and I said, 'Yes,' and he said, 'Put three quarters in and do not pull the handle.' Pretty soon the reels were going backwards and forwards and in a few seconds there was all sevens and the bell went off." Coot said he collected the $20,185 in cash, as per Cullinen's orders, and took a cab back to his motel, stopping along the way to cover his trail. His mother-in-law, Pauline Cope, testified Nancy Coot lined her up to hit an $18,605 jackpot at Harolds in February 1983, 10 months after Coot hit his pot. She agreed her jackpot hit a snag, as described by Coot. "Ross (Durham) stuck this tool in the lower part of the slot machine and I see him stick a wire in there, and he worked for a while and said (to Coot), 'Is there a wire sticking out of the other side?' And I said, 'No,' and he said, i lost it.' " Coot said Durham left and returned with some needlenose pliers, "and he was trying to stick 'em into the side of the slot machine and he left again and came back with a flashlight. He said, 'I can't find it, let's all go home.' " Defendants Cushing and Alvis could barely contain themselves during Coot's recollection of the story. Cope said she returned to the same machine the next day and hit the phony jackpot. Albert Spring, Harolds' slot repair manager, testified the machines didn't appear to have been tampered with, but he acknowledged repair and maintenance records for the two slots have since been thrown away. Spring also said the machines lack many of the new safety features being installed in electromechanical slots. Gaming OK ; From page 1 C ' the financial consortium will share in the venture. 'c Escrow is expected to close on the pur-f chase Feb. 28. The Boyds take over the Stardust Hotel on that date and assume 5 control of the Fremont Hotel a few hours ! later on March 1. Mare-Bear Inc. becomes the operating company of the Stardust Hotel and Sam- Will Inc. will be the operating company of ; the Fremont Hotel. Both firms named after the children of William Boyd are ' subsidiaries of California and Hotels Inc. , "It is the end of a sad story," said Bible, the gaming commission's chair- man. "I am now convinced the names on this gambling application are the true and ; only owners." Herb Tobman and Al Sachs, owners of Trans-Sterling Inc., were accused by federal agents of siphoning money from the Stardust casino into organized crime coffers in Chicago. Tobman and Sachs surrendered their Nevada gambling licenses in December 1983, which averted license revocation proceedings by the state. Criminal charges never were filed against Tobman or Sachs but a federal grand jury last year indicted Trans-Sterling and several hotel employees on skimming charges. The Boyds, through a subsidiary, Constellation Inc., were named state-appointed supervisors of the Stardust on Dec. 12, 1983. The Del E. Webb Corp. was appointed by the court to operate the Fremont Hotel on behalf of the state until the resort was sold. A $3 million fine levied against Sachs and Tobman goes to the state at close of escrow. Under terms of the sale, Trans-Sterling Inc. receives $119.5 million at close of escrow but must pay off a $73.9 million first mortgage held by the Golden Nugget Inc. The Golden Nugget Inc. bought the first mortgage for $58.6 million last year when it was placed on the open market. It must split the profit gained on the mortgage with the Teamsters Central States pension fund, the previous mortgage holder. The buyers assume a newly negotiated $34 million second mortgage held by San Diego financier Allen Glide, former owner of the Stardust and Fremont hotels. Sachs also retains a $21 million third mortgage to be paid off in 20 years. The Boyds assume a $3 million loan from International Game Technology. Ruthe said the Boyd group would honor union contracts covering employees at the Stardust and Fremont hotels. The Boyds successfully resisted a culinary union and bartenders strike last year at three other properties. The unions have since been decertified. Speed limit From page 1C limits also are much greater in the West, she suggested, providing an example of a motorist driving from Elko, Nev., to Las Vegas a nine-hour trip at 55 mph, but only 6' 2 hours at 70 mph. "The 55-mph speed limit is easily the most abused law in the land," added Rep. Dave McCurdy, D-Okla., whose legislation would increase the maximum speed limit to 65 mph on rural interstates. Philip W. Haseltine, a deputy assistant secretary of transportation, said the Reagan administration will not make a recommendation on the speed limit issue until its review of the National Research Council study is completed. He said the department has among its options keeping the speed limit as it is, allowing increases in maximum speeds on some rural roadways or linking increased speed levels to a requirement that a state enact other safety laws such as mandatory seat belt use. The National Research Council report said the 55-mph speed limit saved between 3,000 and 4,000 lives during its first few years and continues today to save 2,000 to 4,000 lives annually. It urged retention of the law but said members of the investigative panel could not agree on whether top legal speeds should be increased along some sparsely used, rural interstate highways where accidents are less likely. While the speed limit originally was enacted to save energy in response to the Arab oil embargo, the debate now "has centered on safety concerns," said Rep. Dan Glickman, D-Kan., chairman of the the Science and Technology Committee's subcommittee. Crash probe From page 1C had no authority to grant immunity to the pilots. New Jersey Deputy Attorney General David Brody, who reportedly relayed the information about Galaxy to the FAA, declined to comment Thursday on his role in the case. Galaxy, based in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., has run chartered junket flights to Nevada casinos, including Galaxy Flight 203 that crashed Jan. 21, killing 70 persons, most of them Minnesota residents on their way home. After Wednesday's disclosures about the FAA's reluctance to work with New Jersey authorities, a Minneapolis attorney for families of 18 people who died on Flight 203 said the FAA could be named as a defendant. "If the FAA had knowledge at the management or supervisory level that something was amiss and they didn't act on it, they may face responsibility," said Charles Hvass, Jr. The Reno air crash is under investigation by the National Transportation Safety Board. The board's staff has recommended a public hearing be held in Reno. Obituaries Anne N. Bonde Anne Nolan Bonde, 77, died Wednesday in a Sparks care center. A native of Brainerd, Minn., she was born Dec. 2, 1907, and had lived in Reno since 1946, coming from Minnesota. She was a retired nurse. Surviving are a sister, Dee Gaspard of Reno; and three nephews. A memorial service is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Saturday at Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd, with inurnment at Mountain View Cemetery, under the direction of Walton Funeral Home, Reno. : Frances H. Davis Frances H. Davis, 80, died Wednesday I in a Reno care center. j A native of Jacksonville, Fla., she was I born April 30, 1904, and had lived in Reno J since 1976, coming from North Carolina. She had worked as an apartment man- ager in Florida, North Carolina and South Carolina. ! Mrs. Davis was a member of St. Therese of the Little Flower Catholic Church. J- Surviving are a daughter, Louise ' Jaremko of Miami; brother, Oscar Hight- ower, and a sister, Lottie Brooks, both of Jacksonville, Fla.; three grandchildren; '. two great-grandchildren; and numerous : nieces and nephews. A Mass of Christian Burial will be cele-,- brated at 10 a.m. Saturday at St. Thomas Aquinas Cathedral, Reno, with burial at ' Restlawn Memorial Park, Jacksonville, ' under the direction of Walton Funeral Home, Reno. Helen E. Jackson : FALLON A funeral is scheduled for 1 . p.m. today at Austin, Matson and Smith Funeral Home for Helen E. Jackson, 70, who died Wednesday at her Fallon resi-l dence. ' A native of Middletown, Ohio, she was fborn March 2, 1914, and had lived in Fal- Ion for the past 11 years, coming from f jQuincy, Calif. She was a homemaker and a retired symphony orchestra violinist. ', Surviving are her husband, Ross of Fal- Ion; daughter, Myra Ann Bickford of San '. Lorenzo, Calif. ; brother, Kenneth Kimlel ; of Buena Park, Calif. ; and two grandchil- dren. ; ; Burial will be in Fallon Cemetery. was a member of El Paso, Texas, Lodge 130 F.& A.M. Surviving are his widow, Mary Jane of Hawthorne; sons, John of Mesquite, Texas, and Brent of Cleburne, Texas; and three grandchildren. A graveside funeral is scheduled today at Rose Hill Cemetery, Oklahoma City. Local arrangements are under the direction of Austin, Matson and Smith Funeral Home, Fallon. Bert T. Lane Bert T. Lane, 74, died Wednesday in a Reno hospital. A native of Paris, Texas, he was born June 6, 1910, and had lived in Reno since 1956. He was a graduate of Fort Hays State College in Hays, Kan., and worked as a math teacher and coach in Kansas from 1936 until 1951, when he went into farm Dorothy Spencer Aliva I a, a, am iiugvi ii vkv, 1 1 i v v- W) Frances J. Pacheco A memorial mass is scheduled for 9 a.m. today at Our Lady of the Snows Catholic Church for Frances J. Pacheco, 69, who died Thursday in a Reno hospital. A native of Gunnison, Colo., she was born July 4, 1915, and had lived in the Reno area for 10 years, coming from California. Surviving are a son, Harold C. Wright of Belmont, Calif.; daughter, Vernette Frances Sepulveda of Reno; brother, Harold L. Archer of San Diego; seven grandchildren; and 13 great-grandchildren. Cremation will be at Mountain View Crematorium, under the direction of Ross, Burke & Knobel Mortuary. Harold L. Kidd HAWTHORNE - Harold L. Kidd, 60, J died Monday in a Fallon care center. ' A native of Globe, Ariz., he was born ,' Jan. 19, 1925, and had lived in Hawthorne t for the past 19 years, coming from Scotts-' dale, Ariz. He was owner-operator of the H&R i Block Service in Hawthorne and taught in the Hawthorne School District for 10 J years. Kidd, an Army veteran of World War II, he was employed by E.L. Cord. Lane married Ann Angell in 1931; she died in 1979. Surviving are sons, Steve B. and Michael L., both of Reno; daughter, Gaye Delaplane of Washington, D.C. ; and three grandchildren. A memorial service is scheduled for 1 p.m. Monday at St. John's Presbyterian Church. Cremation will be at the Sierra Crematorium, under the direction of Walton Funeral Home, Reno. A memorial is being established with Multiple Sclerosis Society, 3660 Baker Lane, Reno, Nev. 89509. Rodney H. Mathers Dr. Rodney H. "R.H." Mathers, 66, died Wednesday in a Reno hospital. A native of Iron Mountain, Mich., he was born Sept. 26, 1918. He lived in the Carson City, Reno and Lake Tahoe areas for 12 years, coming from Colorado Springs, Colo. Mathers was an administrator, and a consultant for the Division of Planning and Evaluation of the Nevada Department of Education from 1970 until retiring in 1979. He was western regional director at American College Testing Program in Sacramento from 1961 to 1969. He was an Army and Army Air Corps veteran and was a master sergeant with the U.S. Army Military Intelligence Service during World War II. He was a member of the Presbyterian church. He married Marjorie Ann Pittman Feb. 7, 1943. Suriviving are his widow, a son, Steve and daughter, Carol Erlandson, all of Reno; and four grandchildren. A funeral is scheduled for 2 p.m. Saturday at O'Brien-Rogers and Crosby Funeral Home. Burial will be in Sierra Memorial Gardens. A memorial is being established with American Heart Association, 1135 Terminal Way, Suite 105, Reno 89502. DAVENPORT, Iowa Dorothy Spencer, 85, died Thursday in a Davenport care center. A native of Davenport, she was born Jan. 2, 1900, and had lived in Davenport all her life. Surviving are sons, Jack of Reno and David of Davenport; one granddaughter; and two great-grandchildren. A funeral will be held at McGinnis Funeral Home in Bettendorf, Iowa. DEATH NOTICES FRANCES H. DAVIS Frincci H Davit 80 died WJndy in Reno H iris nalrne of JKHonyili FiQridi Virv'vo't include tjaufjitw lou'W jjfemirj ol Mjm- Honda b'ofher 0jr HiHoi and viler Loft Brooks both ol Jaciwwiiie ffortttt Ei'dDftri H,ie md Adeie Oicnncr and b'0thf in la rl Olchnet a'l o' Reno 3 I'lKkhiirjftn 2 iut inntkhildren seve'ii feat necei and ieohi an) i rest fieal nepntw Mm ot O'ltun bw i H be nek) at Sf Thtjmat Iqvms CametJfii win mwrnent m fteitlMm Memory v Jacksonville F'Qf.da 7 77 IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORY OF MIKE DAVIS 1961 1980 ft it has Own Inw years no today sfoe you ui ou nve only I? yea's old Iherf no' a Hy (wts ft 'ha' our hearts rjon t ache lor ou A mi'fon times e e t'ifl H oy .ould only hae veo iu you miold oe ith m locay ( m'M ou jweethfjri Mom Dad Ron f, lor 8 1 23?4 CARD OF THANKS The Family ol PAUL COSTA would like to gratefully acknowledge the kind expressions of sympathy offered us in the loss of our loved one Also for the beautiful floral offerings, food masses, cards & donations to the cancer fund The Costa. Renucci and Nanmni Families ?? PUBLIC NOTICE IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE No 85 1303 Dept No. 3 IN THE MATTER OF THE NAME CHANGE OF CAROL MAE F0UST AN ADULT NOTICE OF HEARING OF PETITION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that CAROL MAE F0UST hiin lilM in Ibis Court Iw Petition tor Chinfe of Name Iron CAROL MAE F0UST to CAROL MAE MAVR0S. net maiden name, said Petition beini tiled on February II 1 985 i heanni lias been set lor Tuesday, the 19th day ol March. 1985. at 9 30 a m . at the Court House, in the City ol Reno. County of Washoe All oersons interested in the said Petition are notified to appear and shoo cause ny me petition snouu not M (ranted Dated February 12 I9SS Judi Bailey Clerk ol the Court By M Loian Deputy Clerk Jjiowj roust Feb 15 2? Mar 1 1 Imdl33 IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE No 84 10995 Dent No IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF JOSEPHINE MARY AVANZIN0. Deceased NOTICE TO CRE0IT0RS Notice is hereby liven that the unoersiineo nas been auiv ap pointed and Qualified by the above enrinn utan on tne tn day Februay. 1985 as Eiecutor ol the Estate of JOSEPHINE MARY AVAN-ZIN0. deceased All creditors havini claims aiainst sua csute ere required to lite tne same with the proper vouchers attached, otth the Clerk ol the Court within ninety 90l days after the hrst puuiicaiion oi tnis notice Uateo February 6. 1985 Joseph I Luis Executor by William W Harrison Attorney wnuiwn it narnson Attorney For the Estate 3323904 AVAN2IN0 Feb 13 18 22 bal33 REQUESTING SUBCONTRACTOR AND SUPPLIER QUOTATIONS FROM ALL TRADES AND ALL CERTIFIED DBM8EJW8E S lor the EXPANSION OF RENO SPARKS WAS TEWATER TREATMENT FACILITY in Washoe County Nevada Bids due March 1. 1985 at 8 30 in FLUOR CONSTRUCTORS. INC. P0 BOX 17659 IRVINE. CALIF 92714 Contact Tom Martin 17141 975 5660 -Sub and Material Suppliers Hank Klenzin 714 975-743? -Process Equipment Suppliers Roier Blankenship I74 9753897 -BidEstimatine Manager Bob Hobart 714 975 7505 -Lead Estimator 3325917 WASTEWATER TREATMENT BID Feb 19 20. 21. 22. 25. 26. 27 28b133 IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE No 85 1456 Dept No In the Matter ol the Estate of MARY CURTIS. Deceased NOTICE OF PETITION FOR PROBATE JOHN SANCHEZ, havini hied in this Court a document purporting to be the Last Will and Testament ol MARY CURTIS, deceased, md Petition prayint that (tie same be admitted to probate. I hearini has been set for Tuesday the 5th 6i marcn n iju in. it m Court House in the City ol Reno. County of Washoe All persons interested in the said Estate are notified to appear and show cause why said Will should not be admitted to probate and said petitioner ap pointed txecutor tnereor uiim teoruary 13. iy Judi Batlev Clerk ol the Court By M lotan Deputy Clerk jMmuj-t-urtis Feb 22 26 Mar 4 rj 133 IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT Of THE STATE OF NEVADA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE No 85 1486 Dept No 3 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF MARTIN C PHALEN Deceased NOTICE OF PETITION FOR PROBATE ALICE PHALEN navmi hied in this Court a document purporting to be the Last Will and testament ol MARTIN C PHALEN deceased and a Petition praying that the same be admitted to obate a tearing has been set Iw Wednesday the 6th day ol March 1985 at 9 .10 1 m al the Court Houu in the City ol Reno County ol Washoe All persons interested in the said Estate are notified to appear and show cause why said Will should not be admitted to probate and said petitioner appointed tiectrix tnereot ated February 19. 1985 Judi Bailey CLERK OF THE COURT BY T Ciesvnski DEPUTY CLERK 33Z094Z PHALEN Feb 25 Mar 1 6bal33 IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE No 85 675 Dept No 6 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF GERTRUDT M DARRAH. Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS SUMMARY ADMINISTRATION Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been duly 10 pointed and qualified bv the above entitled Court on the 13th day ol February 1985 as Executor of the estate or OtHlHUUt M UAKHAH deceased All creditors havini claims aiainst said Estate ire required to tile the same with the proper vouchers attached with the Clerk ol the Court within sixty 16O1 days after the hrsl publication ol this notice Uated mis 3 h dav ol February 1985 sROGER BISSETT Executor fsWillnm L Gardern. ESQ ATTORNEY FOR THE ESTATE 350 South Center Street iuite 530 Reno Nevada 89501 3312402 DARRAH Feb 18 22 27 bal33 IN THE SECOND JUDICIAI DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE No 85 758 Dept No 8 IN I HE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF DEMETRI0 BUSCAGLIA. also known as D BUSCAGLIA. Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given that the unaersigneo nas been duly an pointed and qualified by the above entitled Court on the 13th day of February. 1985. as Executor ol the state 01 uemetno tiuscagiia also known as D Buscadia. deceased All creditors having claims against said Estate are required to tile the same, with the proper vouchers attached with the Clerk ol the Court ithin ninety (90) days after the first publication 01 mis notice Dated February 13 1985 SGus Ben Bailey txecutor HAWKINS RHODES 4 SHARP 0 Boi 750 Reno. Nevada 89504 sBryce Rhodes Attorney For the Estate Bryce Rhodes 3324001 BUSCAGLIA Feb 18 2?27bal33 PUBLIC NOTICE IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL OISTRICT CUUHT UF THE STATE OF NEVADA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE No 85 1042 Dept No. 2 "UlJti UUMINUUtl Plaintiff. LOU ANNE DOMINGUEi Defendant SUMMONS TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFEN DANT: You are summoned and required to serve upon Plaintiff. In Propria rersona whose name and address is: M0ISES D0MINGUEZ. 885 8th Street. Lovelock. Nevada 89419 an Answer to the Complaint which 11 served upon you. wilhin 20 dayt after service of this Summons, exclusive of the day of service it you ran to 00 so ludgmenl by default will b taken against you for the relief demanded in tne tomoiaint. This action is brought lor purposes of dissolving the bonds of matrimony as more tulfy set out in the Complaint on file herein. Dated this 1st day ol February. 1985 Judi Bailey Clerk ol the Court by R. Evans Deputy Clerk 3325958 Dominiuei Feb 22 Mir I t 15.22 rj 133 IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE NO 85116 Dept no 1 In the Matter ol the Aoolication ol RODNEY WAYNE 0VERHOLSER. Petitioner. For Change ol Name NOTICE OF PETITION FOR CHANGE OF NAME N0TICP IS HFRFBY GIVEN that RODNEY WAYNE 0VERH0LSER has. on the 24th day ol January. 1985. filed a Petition addressed to the above end tied Court praying that said Court enter its Order changing Petitioner's legal name trom RODNEY WAYNE 0VERH0LSER. to RODNEY WAYNE WALTER NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that tny person having objection to the changing ol Petitioner's name as aforesaid shall Me written orjiection with the above-end tied Court within ten 1IO1 days after date ol the last publication of this Notice, to wit. the 22nd day ol February 1985 DATED this 21st dav of January 1985 NEVADA LEGAL CLINICS 236 California Avenue Reno Nevada 89509 By SROBERT f BUTLER Attorney lor Petitioner jjjioc uvernoiser Feb 1 8 15 22 -lmdl33 PUBLIC NOTICE IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT C0URT0F THE STATE OF NtVAUA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHUt No 85 441 Dept No I IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ALFRED I. BKANCn. Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice it hereby given that the undersigned has been duly ap pointed and qualified by the above entitled Court on the 7th dav of February. 1985. as executrix of the Estate ol ALFRED T. BRANCH. deceased All creditors having claims against said Estate are required to file the same, with the proper voucners attached, with the Cleik ol the Court within ninety 1901 days alter the hrst publication ot tnis notice Dated February 7. 1985 fsALDENE KING 1625 Hoyt Street Reno Nevada ivoin FAHRENK0PF MORTIMER S0URWINE M0USEL t SL0ANF. P 0 BOX 460 Reno Nevada 89504 Attorney For the Estate 3318755 BRANCH Feb 13.18.22 bjal33 IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA IN ANU FUR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE No 85 1529 Dept No 7 In the Matter of the Estate ot AKUtr) IbABIL JOHNSTON, Deceased NOTICE OF HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN YHAT Archibald H Johnston has filed in this Court a Petition lor Probate ol Will and For Issuance of Letters Testamentary ol the Estate of Arden Isabel Johnston deceased, and a hearing has been set lor Tuesday, the 12th day ol March. 1985. at 9 30 a m . at the Court House in the City ol Reno County ol Wnhna State ol Nevada. All persons interested in the Estate are notified to appear and show cause why the prayer ot the Petition should not be granted Reference is made to the Petition for further particulars Dated mis 19th dav ol February 1985 JUDI BAILEY. Clerk of the Court By F Marra Deoutv Clrh 3348620 Johnston Feb 22 26 Mar 4 rj 133 IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURI OF THE STATE OF NEVADA AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE no !5 65; Dept No HERBERT MYREL D0LS0N. Pllinbft. vs. NELLY E D0LS0N. Defendant SUMMONS TO THE ABOVE NAMED DFFFN DANT: You are summoned and required serve upon oiainnrt 1 artornei whose name and address is: HERBEI MYREL 001 SON Plaintiff hi Protxu rersona. zuuti Prater Way. Sparks. Nevada 89431 an Answer to the Complaint which rs served upon you. within 20 days after service of this Summons exclusive ot the day of service 11 you lail 10 00 SO. judgment by default will be taken against you lor the relief demanded in the complaint To dissolve the bonds of matrimony now and heretofore existing between Plaintiff and Defendant on the grounds incompanDiury Dated January 21. 1985 Judi Bailev Clerk of the Court by E Lrvermore Deoutv Clerk jjisusY uorson Feb 1 8 15 22 Marl Imdl33 IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE No 85 779 Dept No KAPIL SU0. Plaintiff. rs BRENDA STARR FARMER. Defendant. SUMMONS TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFEN DAN I You are summoned and required serve upon olaintrtts attorney. whose name and address is KAPIL SUO In Prooria Persona 907 irson Carson City NV an Answer to Cai the Complaint which is served upon you. within 20 days after service ol this Summons, exclusive ol the day ol service II vou fail to do judgment by default will be taken against you lor the relief demanded in the Complaint 10 dissolve me bonos 01 matri mony now and heretofore enstini between the parties on the grounds ol incompjtiDiiity uateo January 23. 985 Judi Bailey Clerk of the Court by E MacKeniie Deoutv Clerk uixjei sua Feb 1 8 15 22 Marl-lmdl33 THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE No 85 285 Dept No REINALD0 PINEDA, Plaintiff. vs LAURA MARIA VELANDIA. Defendant SUMMONS TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFEN DANT: You are summoned and required to serve upon plaintiff whose name ano aooress is KtiNALUU PINtUA Plaintiff In Propria Persona, 15003 Maiochite Court Reno Nevada 89506 Answer to the Complaint which is served upon you. within 20 days after service ol this Summons exclusive ot the day ot service It you tail to do judgment by delauh will be taken against you lor the rebel demanded in the Complaint This action is brought (or purposes Dissolving me oonos or matrimony more tuny set out in tne lompiamt on rue herein Dated January 10, 1985 Judi Bailey Lien 01 tne court by S Dembeck Deoutv Clerk jjno-n rineoa Feb 1 8 15 22 Mail Imdl33 NOTICE OF SALE TO SATISFY DELINQUENT PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the 'esurer ot the County ot Washr State of Nevada will sell at public auction the following described prop erty assessed to SMIIM SltPHEN satisfy delinquent taxes penal ties and costs in the amount of S63 33 due and owing on said personal property MUBILt HUME 1960 TERRY 33x8 SER NUMBER 30YS226 COLOR WHITETUR0U0ISF Said sale will be held at 570S S VIRGINIA ST PAI OMIND PARK (RACK OF PARK) on the 4th DAY Of MARCH, 1985 at the hour of 4 00 0 clock pm and said personal property shall be sold lo the highest bidder, for cash to satisfy the amount of the delinquent taxes penalties and costs ol advertising Dated this 12th day of FEBRUARY. 1985 GARY S SIMPSON TREASURER WASHOE COUNTY STATE OF NEVADA BysNorma J Bivens. Deoutv Treasurer 3349008 Smith Sl2l Feb 15 22 lmdl33 IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE No 85 746 Dept No 4 IN THE MATTER Of THE ESTATE OF TAELLA M MANCA Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS SUMMARY ADMINISTRATION Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been duly ap pointed and qualified by the above entitled Court on the 8th day ol February 1985, as ADMINISTRATRIX WITH THE WILL ANNEXED estate ol TAFLLA M MANCA deceased All creditors having claims against said Estate are required to file the same with the proper vouchers attached with the Clerk ol the Court within sixty 16OI days alter the hrst publication of this notice Dated this 8th day of February 1985 sMARTHA TOTE 301 K Street Sparks. Nevada 89431 sleslie M Fry ATTORNEY FOR THE ESTATE fry Fry t lhara Esqs 195 Ci'.il Drive Reno Nevada 89502 . 3320918 MANCA Feb 18 22 27 ba!33 IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL OISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE No B5 843 Dept No 6 In the Matter of the Application ol PAUL ANTHONY LEONE and BRIAN Al AN LEONE, minors For Change ol Name NOTICE OF PETITION FOR CHANGE OF NAME NOTICE IS HFREBY GIVEN that a Petition for change of name ol PAUL ANTHONY LEONE and BRIAN ALAN LEONE minors was filed on the 25lh day ol January 1985 requesting that said Court enter its order changing said minors names to PAUL ANTrf 0NY SPIRES and BRIAN ALAN SPIRES respectively NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that any person having objections lo the changing ot said minors names as foresaid shall tile written objection with Ihe above entitled Court within ten 1101 days after date ol the last publication of this Notice to wit. the 22nd day ol February 1985 DATED this 25th day of January. 1985 SREBECCA ANN HAR0I D. ESQ P0 Box 1362 Fernley Nevada 89408 Attorney lor Petitioner 3325818 Leone Feb 1 8 15.22 Imdl33 IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA. IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE No 84 9578 Dept No. 1 BALEN AnUELES CABUGUAS, Plaintiff. JOSE PEREGRINo'cABUGUAS. Defendant SUMMONS TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFEN DANT: You are summoned and required to serve upon plaintiffs artornei wnose name ano address is IIMUI P POST. 232 Court St.. Reno NV 89501 an Answer to the Complaint which is served upon you. within 20 nays atter service ot tnis Summons. exclusive of the day of service If you fail to do so judgment by detautl will be taken against you for the relief uemanoeo in ine tompiaint Divorce because ol incompatibility Dated this 1st day of February. 1985. Judi Bailev Clerk ol ihe Court by C Sales toniriw TUrk )llif1fll.L V ' JJKOJU-UUUIUH Feb 8.15.22 Mar 1 8 n 133 PUBLIC NOTICE IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE Of NEVADA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE No 85 592 Dept No 3 MICHAEL J. WESTON. Plaintiff. GER0NIMA FERRER WESTON. Delendant. SUMMONS TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFEN DANT: You ire summoned and required to serve upon plaintiffs attorney whose name and address is: HERBERT J. SANTOS. ESQ.. 10 State Street. Suite 305. Reno, Nevada 89501 an Answer to the Complaint which is served upon you. within 20 days after service ol this Summons, exclusive ol the day of service II you tail lo do so ludgment by default will be taken against you lor the relief demanded in the Complaint. This action is brought to recover a ludgmenl dissolving the bonds ol matrimony existing between you and the plaintiff on the ground that vou and the plaintiff are incompatible, as more lully described in the verified complaint on file herein. Dated January 11. 1985. Judi Bailey Clerk ol the Court by R Evans Deoutv Clerk 3340643 Weston Jan 25Febl 8 1522 Imdl33 IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA. IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE No 85 1265ws Dept Np 1 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF PHILLIP W BLUME. Deceased NOTICE OF HEARING SMALL ESTATE Notice is hereby liven that EDWARD F HILL, petitioner havini hied hi this Court 1 Verified Petition lor setting aside the above Estate without admin istrabon and praying for in order setting aside said tsute to petitioner said Estate being of 1 value of less than )25 UOU 00. I hearing his been set Iw Wednesday, the 27 day ol February. 1985. it 9 30 am. if the Court House, in the City of Reno County ol Washoe All persons interested in tne said (.state ire notified to ippeir md show cause why said estate should not be set aside without administration Dated February I. 1985 JUDI BAILEY Clerk of the Court by M Logan Deputy Clerk UlJOfUBLUMI: Feb 13. 18 22bial33 IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA. IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE No 85 1240 Dept No 9 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ALFRED JOSEPH BANFORD. Deceased NOTICE OF PETITION FOR PROBATE Alfred J Banlord Jr having hied in this Court a document purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of Alfred Joseoh Banlord deceased and Petition praying that the same be admitted to probate, a hearing has been set for Tuesday the 26th day ol February, 1985. at 9 30 a m . at the Court House in the City ol Reno County ot Washoe All persons interested in the said Estate notified to appear ind show cause why said Will should not be admitted to irobite and said petitioner appointed lommisiraior inereoi Dated February 7. 1985 Judi Bailey CLERK OF THE COURt BY S Dembeck DEPUTY CLERK 3322906 BANFORD Feb 13 18 22 b, a 133 IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA IN ANO FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE No 84 11116 DeDt No 3 JUL IE T A RAMOS ELLIS PREADER Plaintiff. OWIGHT D PREADER. Defendant SUMMONS TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFEN DANT You are summoned and required lo serve upon plaintiff s attorney whose name ano aooress is c ritrrnt GEZELIN ESQ 436 Court Street Reno Nevada 89504 an Answer to the Complaint which is served upon you. within 20 days after service ol tins Summons exclusive of the day ol service II you fail to do so. judgment defiuit will be taken against you tor the relief demanded in the Complaint. Divorce and division ot property Dated this 19 day ol December. 1984 Judi Bailey Clerk ot the Court by S Dembeck Deoutv Clerk 3321098 Pleader Feb 15 22 Mai 1.8 15 Imdl33 NOTICE OF TRUSTEE S SALE Trustee Sale No 84 110 On March 14. 1985 at 9:15 o'clock am, FIRST FINANCIAL SERVICE CORPORATION, as Trustee under Deed ol Trust dated December 3 199. recorded December 11, 1979 in Book 1458 Page 454 ol Official Records, as Document No 646257 in the Office ol the Recorder ol Washoe County, Nevada, and setting, among other obligations, one note in the amount ol 1 JO 000 00 by reason ol Ihe breech or default in the payment or performance ot obligations secured by said Deed of Trust, notice of which was recorded in the Office of the County Recorder of Washoe County Nevada, will sell at public auction to the highest bidder for lawful money of the United States of America, on the front entrance steps of the Washoe County Courthouse located at the corner ol Virginia and Court Streets. Reno. Nevada, all right, title and interest now held by it under said Deed ol Trust in the property situate in the County of Washoe Stale ol Nevada, described as lollows lot 15 Block A PONDEROSA SUBOI VISION NO 3. in the County ol Washoe, and State ol Nevada Togelher with all appurtenances. water rights and rights of way. including all shares, of which Trustor has any interest, ol Ihe capital stock ol any Water Company, the water repte sented by which stock is used on or is in anywise appurtenant lo aloresaid premises iaio saie win oe maoe. out without covenant or warranty express or implied regarding title possession, or encumbrances lo pay the unpaid nncipal 01 said noie. to wit mcipal 19 444 76. which trom 'June 1 1984 as in said note provided advances in any under terms ot said Deed of Trust charges and expenses ol the Trustee and of the trusts created by said Deed ol Trust oan Matures January 1. n3 NOTICE TO BIDDERS The Board ol Trustee ol Wash County School District, in accordance with the provisions ol the school law invite and will receive sealed bids up to nd including 2 00 p m Local Time March 7. 1985. for Fresh Meat and Fruen Foods These bids wi be oublirhr nnnH it the above specified time ind date at the Administration Building. 425 East Ninth Street. Reno. Nevada Bidders may secure specifications and bid forms from the Purchasing Department of Washoe County School District 425 East Ninth Street. Reno. Nevada Bidders may bid on all or an of these items listed Bids shall be on lorms furnished bv the Washoe County School District and shall be delivered ui 1 sealed envelope marked: Bid lor Fresh Meat md Froten Foods. 022 4 3 5 ' The right is reserved to reiect inv ind ill proposals or accept ihe proposal which is deemed by the Board ol Trustees ot the Washoe County School District to be in the best interest ot tne school District. BOARD OF TRUSTEES WASHOE COUNTY SCHOOL OISTRICT Reno. Washoe County Nevada Kevin Christensen Clerk 3349503 PO 511846 Feb 22 bH33 IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL OISTRICT COURT OE THE STATE OF NEVADA IN ANO FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE No 85 1297 Dept No 2 CHARLOTTE HUNTER ARLEY Attorney lor Petitioners In the Matter of the Parental Rights as to RICKY TAGALEEO. a minor. NOTICE TO SUSA MOEAI. the father of the above nimed person, ind to ill persons claiming to be the father ol such person You ire hereby nobfied that there has been filed in the above entitled court a petition praying for the termina-bon of parental rights over the above named minor person ind that the petition has been set lor hearing before this court, at the courtroom thereof, at Reno, in the County ol Washoe. Nevada, on the 26 day of March 1985 at 130 0 clock P M it which bme ind place vou ire required to be present if you desire to oppose the petition DATED this 9th day of February 1985 Judi Bailey Clerk ol the Court By M Logan Deoutv Charlotte H Arley 1520 I Street Sparks NV 89431 331031 Haialeeo Feb 15,22 Mar 1.8,15- Imdl33 NOTICE OF SALE TO SATISFY DELINQUENT PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Treasurer ol the County ol Washoe State of Nevada will sell at public auction the following desenbed prop erty assessed to MAIKS. IVA to satisfy delinquent taxes penalties and costs in the amount ol t60 17 due and owing on said per sonal properly MUBILt HUMt: 1964 CENTURY 44x10 SER NUMBER: 10641366 COLOR: WHITETURQUOISE Said sale will be held at 1485 W FOURTH ST SP 7 J 1 1 PARK on the 4th DAY OF MARCH 1985 at the hour ol 2 00 0 clock p m and said personal property shall be sold to the highest bidder tot cash to satisfy the amount of the delinquent taxes penalties and costs ol advertising uated this 12th dav ot febkuakt. 1985 GARY S. SIMPSON TREASURER, WASHOE COUNTY STATE OF NEVADA BysfNorma J Bivens. Deputy Treasurer 3349008 Slacks Feb. 15.22- Imdl33 NOTICE OF SALE TO SATISFY DELINQUENT PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Treasurer of the County of Washoe State of Nevada will sell at public auction the tollowmg described prop erty assessed to JUUKUAN SULLA LOUISE to satisfy delinquent taxes, penalties and costs in the amount ot S60 58 due and owing on said per sonal property MUBILt HUMt: 1964 BELMONT 50x10 SER NUMBER N2707 COLOR WHITETURQUOISE Said sale will be held at 4175 W FOURTH ST SP 26 ARROWHEAD PARK, on the 4th DAY OF MARCH 1985 at the hour of 10 00 0 clock a m and said personal property shall be sold to the highest bidder for cash to satisfy the amount of the delinquent taxes, penalties and costs of advertising uated this 12th day 01 FEBRUARY. 1985 GARY S SIMPSON TREASURER WASHOE COUNTY STATE OF NEVADA BysNorma J Bivens. Deoutv Treasurer 3349008 Jourdan Feb 15 22 Imdl33 NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE FILE NO 207 2806 WHEREAS NEVADA NATIONAL BANK, is the owner and holder ot that certain obligation secured by a Deed ol I lust dated September 23 983 executed by CARIN SEVIGNY MONTGOMERY a married woman as her sole and separate property. Trustor to NEBACO, INC . Trustee for NEVADA NATIONAL BANK Beneficiary, which said Deed ol Trust was recorded on October 4 1983. in the office ol the County Recorder ol Washoe County. Nevada, in Book 1926. of Official Records, page 0189. under Document No 883400 and WHEREAS, default has been made in the payment ot the debt evidenced by the promissory note for which said Deed ol Trust was given as security and the said Beneficiary did cause a Notice ol Default and Election to Sell under said Deed ol Trust to be recorded on October 17, 1984 in the otfice of the County Recorder ol Washoe County Nevada, in Book 2081. ol Official Records page 0528 under Document No 956604. and WHEREAS Beneficiary has made demand upon said Ttustee that said Trustee proceed to sell the land and premises hereinafter described nuw I HtHtrUKt oursuan to said demand and in accordance with Ihe terms and undei the authority ol said Deed ol Trust said NEBACO. INC . such trustee does hereby live notice that on the 15th day ol March. iei at tne hour 01 u uu 0 clock M on said day at the South Vimnia Street Entrance to Ihe Washoe County Court House corner ol South Virginia and Court Street. Reno. Nevada, said Trustee will sell at public auction to the highest bidder tor cash in lawful money ol the United Slates ol America, all that certain lot. piece or parcel of land situate in the County ol Washoe. State ol Nevada and described as lollows: Lot 13 as shown on the map ol tiLtNWUUUtSIAItSSUBDNO 2. tiled in the office ol the County Recorder of Washoe County State ol Nevada, on May 29. 1967 TOGETHER WITH the improve s thereon and all and singular the tenements, hereditaments and appur- Baloon payment due. Dated February 12 1985 FIRST FINANCIAL SERVICE CORPORATION BysKathy Duskin Trustee 3311396 No 84 110 Feb 15 22 Mar I Imdl33 lances thereunto belonging or appet laming, and the reversion and revers ions, remainder and remainders, rents, issues and profits thereof MIED This 15th day ol February. NEBACO INC. By fsTed Wehking 3322906 No 207 2S0B Feb 22 Mar 1.8 i 133 r

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