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JO-RENO EVENING GAZETTE AUGUST 7, 1964 Clements Infant i Mignon Clark Graveside services for the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clements will be held at 11:30 a.m. Saturday in Mountain View Cemetery. Rev. J. Melvin living of the Community Baptist Church will officiate. The services will be under the direction of the O'Brien-Rogers Funeral Home. That's Bad? Yes, That's Bad BAKERS FIELD (AP) -Jesse Castro. 33, faces trial for not fcelling marijuana. That's bad? Castro allegedly offered to sell an undercover narcotics Hgent marijuana. That's bad. But the agent admits Castro (told him no marijuana. That's food. The agent, Richard Valasquez Says Castro sold him a lobacco-Jike substance known as asth-rnador, claiming it was marijuana. That's bad? Municipal Judge Marvin Ferguson bound Castro over for trial Wednesday on a charge of selling asthmador as marijuana. H violation of the state healt Und safety code. That's bad. Mignon Clark, 40, died unexpectedly at her home in Reno Wednesday. A native Nevadan, she was born in Lund. Survivors include her daughter, Cheri Clark of Reno; her mother, Mrs. Jim Ashworth of Ely; three brothers, Doyle Wakeling of Reno, Clair Wake-ling of Woodinville, Wash., and Jim Wakeling of Ely; a sister, Mrs. James Jensen of Tonopah and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held at Lund on Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Burial will be in the Lund Cemetery. Lake Mead Protection In Bill Typhoon Roars Through Luzon MANILA. Philippines (AP) .Typhoon Ida roared through Luton Island's northern provinces loday with winds of more than t0 miles an hour and headed info the South China Sea. Damage was expected to be considerable, but early reports! were sketchy. j Although far from the storm's renter, Manila had heavy rains: which caused some flooding. Winds sent waves crashing over Manila Bay's sea wall. Some people living along the shoreline Were forced to leave thir homes. ' M' Force and naval bases on Luzon reported no Storm damage. Karl Von Halt Dies MUNICH. (In-many (AP) Karl Flitter Von Halt, a member of the International Olympic Committee and honorary president of the West German National Olympic Committee, died Wednesday after a long Illness. He was 7.1. A $1.8 million addition to the public works appropriation bill to finance protection of Lake Mead recreation facilities gained approval of the full Senate appropriations Committee Wednesday. Sen. Alan Bible, who inserted the amount after consulting with Interior Department officials, said the amendment would ned House approval after Senate passage. The Interior Department has closed upstream gates on the Colorado River, drawing down Lake Mead's level in ordc to fill Lake Powell. The additional funds will help pay for extending roads, boat ramps and utilities dredging boar channels, and preparing new beaches to accommodate the lower water l?vel. Part of a $2 million item in the bill for a man-made rainfall program would continue cloud-j seeding operations in the Hum-i bolt River Basin of Northern Nevada, a federal-state project. CRUSADE SPEAKERS DALLAS, Tex. (AP) - Robert Welch, founder of the John Birch Society, and T. Coleman Andrews, a member of the organization, will be keynote speakers tonight for (he opening sesion of the sixth annual national convention of Christian Crusade. Kimball, Manville Appointed Colonels in United Fund Dick Hughes, general campaign chairman for the United Fund of Washoe County, today announced the appointment of Robert Kimball and H. E. Manville as co-colonels of the Advanced and Special Gifts Division for the forthcoming fund drive. Kimball is associated with the Reno firm of Mitchum, Jones and Templeton. Manville is a retired industrialist and financier. Their division will inaugurate the annual campaign Aug. 18. Teacher Benefit Drive Leader, Panunzio, Dead LOS ANGELES (AP) Con-stantine Panunzio, emeritus professor of sociology at the University of California, died Thursday of infirmities of age. He was 79. Dr. Panunzio. a native of Mol-fetta, Italy, led a drive to im prove conditions for emeritus professors throughout the Uni ted States. As president from 1952 to 1964 of the American Association on Emeriti, which he helped organ ize. he was considered instru mental in securing more liberal pensions and other benefits for retiring university professors. Dr. Panunzio came to the Uni ted States in 1902 and became a citizen in 1913. He was gradu ated from Wesley an University. Roman Catholic rites will be held Tuesday, with burial in Holy Cross Cemetery in Los Angeles. He leaves his widow, Perina; a daughter. Angela, of Los Angeles; and two sons, Wesley Vincent, of Littleton, Mass., and Dr. Weslev Constantine. of Mid- dleton, R.I. The division goal has been set at $142,000 more than a third of the $325,000 sought by United Fund this year. One new duty assigned to the division this year is reponsibil-ity for soliciting donations from firms enrolled in the Chapter Plan. Formerly, these gifts had been arranged by a "key man within each firm. Under the new system, the key man will only be respon sible for soliciting gifts from employes and management personnel. The firm's gift will be solicited by the Advanced and Special Gifts Division. Campaign leaders say the sys tem should give United und representatives more opportuni ty to establish a fair share donation. Division leaders met lor a "coffee break" strategy session this morning. Martin Johnson, colonel of the division last year, will serve as consultant to Kimball and Man ville. Th general campaign kick- off is set for Sept. 16. Deputy Left r i ni uenera r an Accepted for Area Schools Two proposed new junior high schools one in Reno and one in Sparks will follow the general plan used for Washoe County School District junior high schools, board members decided at a meeting Wednesday. One junior high school is to be built between California Av enue and Keele Drive in the southwest section of Reno. The other will be coastructed off Sullivan Lane in Sparks. In a debate on which of two school building plans to use, board members voted to use the standard junior high school building as designed by Alagre. The second design used for the still-under-construction Arch ie Clayton Junior High School in northwest Reno, board members decided was as yet, "untried." Board member Edward Reed Jr. said the Clayton School cost about $75,000 more than stand ard plan schools Coliseum Study Set The Washoe County Fair and Recreation Board has retained the chairman of the civil engineering department at the Uni versity of Nevada to conduct ajheadnuartered In Salt Lakt structural study of the Centen- City. 7U i A nial Coliseum.- ior a reaaer Doara sign wrm Teamsters Loan Money To Strip Hotel LAS VEGAS (AP) The Stardust Hotel on the Las Ve gas Strip has borrowed $7 mil lion from James R. Hoffa's Teamster Union Pension Fund, the Clark County recorder reported today. No reason for the loan was included in the 40-page document outlining the loan, but it is believed the hotel will use the money to finance a proposed high-rise addition. Hoffa and about 15 high-rank ing Teamster officers are Prof. John Bonell advised the board that about two months will be necessary for the stu dy. He will submit interim reports. a six foot by 36 foot reader panel and a series of poles with colored and lighted panels extending 70 feet high. The board has not made a derision on a sicn at thp Cen- Cost of the study is expected !tennial coliseum site and has to be about $2,500. heard presentations from sev- Prof. Bonell will work with.eral other sign companies. named as hencfiriaricc rf h i ne ooara memuers vuieu i- j loan retain the Jteno arcnitectural Ho ding Bag PICO RIVERA (AP) Sheriff's Deputy Tony Sanchez spotted a suspect carrying a hag. He not only didn't bag the suspect, but the suspect roared of in Sanchez' car, leaving him holding the bag. Sanchez said Thursday it happened this way : When he spotted the youth carrying a paper bag he parked his car at the curb, left the key-in th? ignition, and gave chase on foot. As they raced around the block the youth gained considerable ground on the 30-year-old Sanchez, an undercover agent. ; When Sanchez rounded Ihe last corner he saw his car dis-apparing down the street, the youth at the wheel. Left on the curb was Sanchez nnrt tho nanpr carlr thp voiilh ing career at the University ofihad carrjed jn hjs fl Washington spanned o5 years. In the bag. said Sanchez, was riided Thursday night after a ounce nf herojn long illness. , Edmundson. 77. suffered a se-i vere stroke Tuesday and had be-n in a coma ever since. He had suffered a stroke three year ago and had been living in a nursing home. firm of Vhay and Ferrari to do site adaptations for the schools. Bids for earthwork will be let out as soon as the site adaptations are prepared, Darrel Swope, school administrator in charge of building, said. The schools are scheduled for completion by Sept?mber 1965. Bond Election Deadline Set Hec Edmundson Dead at 77 SEATTLE (AP) Clarence S. (Hec) Edmundson, whose coach- STATELINE (AP) Directors of Douglas County Sewer District No. 1 have set a Dec. jl deadline on a bond election j to finance Nevada's share of a joint effluent exportation pro-Jgram at South Lake Tahoe. 1 The program will cost between $2.5 and $3 million. P j The directors' action ratified ;3 'an informal agreement between 3 'the Douglas District of Nevada 'gj j and the South Tahe Public Util-:gJ j ity District of California. m Signing for the hotel were president Sam Bay and secretary Jerome Fields. The Stardus must submit semi - annual reports to the Teamster Union chief and his auditors, showing the amount anu exieru or ns Dusiness op erations. The documents did not state the amount of interest to be paid on the loan, but it gives the Teamsters Union the right to take over the Stardust if Khere is a default of more than 30 days on a payment. The Teamsters Pension Fund has found its way into several loans to hotel-casinos on the Strip in (he past. the prime contractor, Stolte, Inc.; the architects, Lockard, Casazza and Parsons; and the board's project engineer, Clyde Spencer. In other business, the board authorized its manager, Nye Wilson, to send letters to all local groups and organizations, informing them of fees for use of the fair board facilities. Now, the State Building is the only board-operated facility, however xne centennial coliseum may be open for use within the next five months. The board also heard a sales presentation from a representative of the Young Sign Co., which has recently opened for business here. The firm is The fair board also authorized Wilson to get cost estimates for printing about 9,000 announcement brochures publicizing the Coliseum and describing the Reno area and planned facilities in downtown Reno. m " 3KEQ5 PHONE 882-4884 ART SUPPLIES & PICTURE FRAMES Largest t Finest Selection FENWICK'S Sierra at Commercial Row m m m m m m SEE US FIRST if you need MONEY We have cash to purchase deeds of trust on all types of Real Estate Call FA 3-5507 FIRST FINANCE CORPORATION OF NEVADA 2 Ryland St., Reno P a p D E3 n n A HOUSE MAPLE FURNITURE CARPETING CUSTOM MADE CM. DRAPERIES ACCESSORIES WE TAKE YOUR OLD CARPET'and FURNITURE IN TRADE QUALITY AT REASONABLE PRICES NO MONEY DOWN FURNITURE and CARPET CLEANING PHONE 329-5823 1st and SIERRA ST. RENO FOR SALE BURROUGHS 5 REGISTER SENSIMATIC BOOKKEEPING MACHINE 329-3461 or 322-6804 UNFINISHED FURNITURE SOLARI PAINTS 1745 S. WELLS 323-4284 at GRAY RE ID'S Tomorrow-Aug in our 2nd Floor Children's, Girls' Dept. Jean Detroy and His orciuns 8th "M Chimps lllgIWillWWIiiWlilli;illHki.WjJ!.lllfll.)IUJ, -f i 1 Bring The Children, Adults Enjoy Them Too! Regardless of your age you'll he convulsed at the antics of the famous "Marquis Chimps." From coast to coast, on telex sion, on the stage, in personal appearances they have amazed audiences with their performances. Tomorrow , Saturday thev appear at Gray Reid s for THREE SHOWS 11:00 A.M. 1:00 P.M. 3:00 P.M. THE DATE Tomorrow NORTH VIRGINIA AT FIFTH, RENO August 8th rrziri Ira m. wppi 11111,11111. Fab ulously Beautiful! n y Vs3 W ' " ii. ftll m I h tl4i Mf II 1 in $w S 253 4. Oil Paintings By World Famous Artists There is nothing that quite denotes your asthetic tastes, the decorative theme of a home than does an original oil painting. It adds that certain something to your home decor as well as pride of ownership and a topic of conversation where-ever friends meet. 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In addition to large exhibits, Loren's paintings ar exhibited in galleries in London, Birmingham, and Johannesburg, South Africa. $145. frame included 3 "Surf" by Saunders. Born in The Hague in 1927. After World War II he attended the College of Fine Arts in Leiden. After having traveled Europe painting sea scapes he returned to Holland where his popularity has grown immensely and his paintings are very much in demand. $145. frame included

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