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Milestones THURSDAY -90 OCTOBER 17. 1996 Milestones is a daily page of obituaries, births and other news of record. NEXT GENERATION How to send us Next Generation The Reno Gazette-Journal has a feature called Next Generation that includes a photo and short announcement about your baby s birth. To participate in this free feature please submit the form (available at Reno-Sparks hospitals) with a color or black and white newborn photo (baby only) within five days after the birth Please note that announcements in 1 Milestones will be published on a first-come, first-served basis We cannot guarantee that all will run in the newspaper. There is no charge for this announcement Questions? Call 788-6310, 788-6397 or fax , 788-6458 Saint Mary's Regional Medical Center HELMING - To Robert C. and Staccy L. of Sparks, a daughter. Oct. 15. 1996. MORLEY - To Richard L. and April M. of Reno, a son. Oct. 15. 1996. PETERSON TAYLOR To Buffic R. Peterson and Stuart Tavlorof Reno, twin sons. Oct. 15. 1996. Washoe Medical Center ENDICOTT To Ty E. andCherie M. of Wadsworth. twin daughters, Oct. 15, 1996. KNIGHT To Ricky L. and Zakia M.ofSunVallev.ason.Oct. 15. 1996. PATELLA - To Danielle R. of Reno, a son. Oct. 15, 1996. VINDAS To Geovanna T. of Sparks, a daughter. Oct. 15, 1996. YOUNG - To JoAnn L. of Reno, a daughter, Oct. 15, 1996. MEMORIES How to send us Memories Tell us about someone who lived in northern Nevada and was special to you. and who died within the last 30 days Letters should be no longer than 150 words Write to Memories, Reno Gazette-Journal, P.O. Box 22000. Reno, NV 89520-2000. List the funeral home and writer s daytime phone number, and the deceased s name, age and date of death. Editors will decide if the quality of a submission merits publication. Questions? Call; 788-6310, or fax 788-6458 O'Brien - Rogers & Crosby Funeral Home 600 W. 2nd St., Reno 323-6191 Jfeeiiip a'et 0 ej fartay . . . IN OUR SERVICE OF TODAY A pre-arranged funeral gives you peace of mind CALL NOW 329-6616 Skyways From page ID sion to expanded number of women's toilets at the Pioneer Theater, said he hopes this long-brewing issue can be put to rest as quickly. McKenna said he doesn't believe the lawsuit could hurt the city in any way. However, a judge or future jury could decide the city should never have issued air-space leases and the city owes skyway owners a refund for back rent paid. But Mckcnna said the statute of limitations would limit any liability to six years. And he doesn't sec casinos pressing the issue because they really don't want to own the streets and all the liability that would go with it. "The city has a lot of clout here." McKenna said. If the casinos should push the issue, he said the city also could refuse to maintain the streets. Lynch has said the city holds easements for the downtown streets and is liable for them, including their maintenance. . Lynch said the city will have to hire an outside attorney because she's personally named in the lawsuit. The city already has hired independent counsel Micheal Chapman PUBLIC NOTICE REQUEST F0 BIDS fie Nevada Department of Prisons is .soliciting bids lor Chiller Maintenance in Unit 8. Northern Nevada Correctional Center, 1721 Snyder 'Avenue. Carson City, Nevada 89701 ' Specifications and or bid fo'ms may ' be obtained by contacting Dave la. (702) 887 9260 Sealed bids shall be marked "Cbillei Maintenance NNCC and may be submitted to , lane McGaflin at 5500 Synder Ave Bldg 6 Carson City Nevada 89'0I or to P0 Boi 7011. Carson City Nevada 89702, prior to opening at "2 00 PM. October 30, 1996 No 3901 Oct 17 21, 1996 PUBLIC NOTICE whose address is shown below i formal written answer to the complaint, along with the appropriate filing fees, in accordance with the rules of the Court b Serve a copy ol your answer upon the attotney or plaintiff whose name and address is shown below 2 Unless you respond a default will be entered upon application of the plamtill and this Court may enter a ludgment against you tor the reiief demanded in the complaint Dated this 1st day of October 1996 IU0I BAILEY. CLERK Of COURT by S Hoppei Deputy Cierk Second Judicial District Cou't 75 Court Street Reno. Nevada 89501 Issued on behalf of plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney Name Rodney E Sumpter. Esq Address 139 Vassar Street Reno. Nevada 89502 Phone No (702) 323 4934 No 3911 Oct 17.24,31; Nov 7 1996 Rodney E. Sampler. Ise SUMMONS No. OV96 02 M5 Dept. No. 11 SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT. STATE OF NEVADA WASHOE COUNTY DOMINGO V MAUUNO, Plaintiff. rs ELVIRA SUNGA MAULINO. De'endanl TO THE DEFENDANT 01) HAVE BEEN SUED THE COURT MAY DECIDE AGAINST YOU WITHOUT YOUR BEING HEARD UNLESS YOU RESPOND WITHIN 20 DAYS READ THE INFORMATION BELOW VERY CAREFULLY A civil complaint has been filed by the plaintiff against you for the relief as set forth in that document (see complaint) When service is by publication add a brief statement of the obiect of the action See Rules of Civil Procedure Rule lib) Complaint foi Divorce 1. It you intend to defend this lawsuit, vou must do the following within 20 days alter service of this summons eiciusive ol tne day of service a File mill the Clerk of this Court Paul t Ferguson. NOTICE No CV96 05692 Dept. No. 11 IN THE FAMILY DIVISION Of THE SECOND JUDiOAL DISTRICT COURT Of THE STATE OF NEVADA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE In the Matter of the Parental R.gnts as to TIFFANY ANN SLUG A Minor TO JOHN DOE the natural father of the above named pe'son and JENNIFER JOY SLUGA the natural mother of the above named person YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that there has been died m tie above entitled Cou't a Pet tion praying lor tne termination of your parental rights Over the above named minor Florence Austin Darragas FALLON Florence Austin Barragas,78,diedOct. 14, 1996, at Fallon Convalescent Center. A native of Lovelock, she was born Nov. 1 4, 1 9 1 7, to Tom and Sadie Coxie Austin, and had lived in Fallon most of her life. Mrs. Barragas was a homemaker and member of the Fallon Paiute Shoshone Tribe. Surviving are sisters. Donna Clevenger and Leona Garcia, and brother, Daniel Austin, all of Fallon; brothers, Herman Austin of Lovelock, Joseph of Idaho, Edwin and Gerald Austin of California. A funeral is scheduled for 10 a.m. Saturday at the Stillwater Indian Church, with burial at the Stillwater Cemetery. Arrangements are under the direction of Smith Family Funeral Home, Fallon. Eleanor Dultmann Ferrato Eleanor Bultmann Ferrato, 70, died Oct. 14, 1996, at her residence. A native of San Francisco, she was born April 9, 1 926, to William and Edna Griffin Bultmann, and had lived in Reno since 1981, coming from San Francisco. Mrs. Ferrato was a homemaker and member of Folded Wings and assisted with the Miss Nevada Pageant. Surviving are sons Theodore III of Reno and William P. of San Antonio, Texas and four grandchildren. No funeral is scheduled. Cremation will be at Sierra Crematory, under the direction of Walton Funeral Home, Reno. at Sferrazza-Hogan's request to look into it. "I'm not sure what her motive is," Lynch said. "The timing seems awfully political." But otherwise Lynch has steadfastly refused to publicly discuss the case in any detail. Confidential memos show her office fears the city could be liable for back rent. After former Mayor Pete Sfcr-razza, Jessica's father, made skyway leases a campaign issue in 1995, Lynch's office threatened to take him to the state Bar of Nevada. She filed and then pulled a complaint against him with the State Ethics Commission after he agreed to drop the issue. Before 1905. Nevada property owners needed to provide only casements for streets. Property lines were drawn to the center of the streets. Then the Nevada Legislature changed the law to require property owners to cede streets to the government. In February 1994, the attorney's office began negotiations to cancel 12 leases and draw up quit-claim deeds for the leased air space in exchange for a release for all back rent. Today those negotiations continue and none of the leases have come before council nor has PUBLIC NOTICE person, and mat tne Petition has been set for hearing before this Court at the Courtroom thereof on the 7th day of November, 1996, at 1 30 p m , at which time and place you are required to be present if you desire to oppose the Petition JUDI BAILEY Clerh BY K Duncan Deputy Clerk PAUL E. FERGUSON Attorney at Law 707 Pyramid Way P0 Boi 6111 Sparks. Nevada 894326111 (702) 331 1118 No 3733 Oct 3 10 17.24 19 PUBLIC NOTICE Refrigerator Microwave Bicycle and Frame MP" Boies, Helmet NAME CHRISTINE COLLIER UNIT I35F ITEMS TO BE SOLD Chair, TV 2 Bicyles. Washer S D'yer, Lamp Desk Clothes. MP Boies, Tool Chest Kids Power Wheels. Flood Light Owner or his agents reserves the right to bid at the sale Purchases must be made with Cash (NO CHECKS) and paid for at the time of purchase AH purchased goods are soid "as is" and must be removed at the time of purchase Sale subject to prior cancellation in the event of settle ment between Owner Agent and obligated party BEV CUMLEY Manager No 3785 Oct 10 17, 19 PUBLIC AUCTION SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the rights, title and interest of tne following persons m the Property listed below will be sold at a Public Auction Sale at Sparks Self Storage 450 Bonngton Way Sparks, NV 89(34 on October 25 1996 at 11 00 AM The MP" below indicates Miscellaneous Personal Property NAME JOSEPH DUPREE UNIT H24H ITEMS TO BE SOLD lamp Bedding Pictures. ' MP" Boies. 2 Rattan Units NAME TINA CARMAN WALLACE UNIT H2'H ITEMS TO BE SOLD Couch Microwave Oven Air Conditioner. Chest MP' Boies NAME M0NA TISSCHY UNIT G19D ITEMS 10 BE SOLD Baby s Toys. Changing Table Round Table, Oiessei, "MP" Boies NAME JERRY BYRD UNIT G36P ITEMS TO BE SOLD Dresser Back Pack Clothes Books, MP Boies Siren Blankets NAME CHARLES JENNINGS UNIT H29H ITEMS TO BE SOLD Wet Vacuum PUBLIC NOTICE Application by BANK OF AMERICA NEVADA las Vegas Nevada, to establish a mobile branch courier service from its Reno Plata branch office located at 401 South Virginia Street Reno Nevada 85501. and to ope'ate antum Washoe County, pursuant to Section 9 ol the Federal Reserve Act Tne Federal Reserve considers a number of factors m deciding whether to approve the aopitation including the record of per'ormance of banks in heipmg to meet locai credit needs. You are invited to submit comments on this application, in writing, to the Federal Reserve 8ank of San Fran Cisco 101 Manet Street San Francisco California 94105 The comment period will end 30 days after the date of publication of this notice and may be somewhat longer The fede'al Reserve Boards Policy Statement regarding notice of applications may be found at 12 C F R 262 25 To obtain a copy of the Federal Rese-ve Boards procedures or if you need more Alty Veda Walton Jackson NORTH BEND. Ore. Veda Walton Jackson, 79, died Oct. 9, 1 996, at the Bay Area Hospital, Coos Bay, Ore., of cancer. A native of Weiser, Idaho, she was born April 26, 1 9 1 7, to Alonzo and Alberta Walton, and had lived in North Bend since 1994, coming from Wadsworth, Nev. Mrs. Jackson was a housekeeper at Washoe Medical Center, retiring in 1986. She also managed apartments in San Francisco, from 1937 to 1978, when she retired. Five brothers and two sisters preceded her in death. Surviving are sister, Inez Butler of Washugal, Wash., and one nephew. A memorial service was held in North Bend, under the direction of North Bend Chapel. Sharon Kathryn Smith Lehman CARSON CITY Sharon Kathryn Smith Lehman, 52, died Oct. 13, 1996, at her residence. A native of Sacramento, Calif., she was born Feb. 23,1 944, to Lester W. and Meredith Jane Gcttins Smith, and had lived in Carson City for the past six years, coming from Sacramento. Mrs. Lehman was a casino cashier. Her father preceded her in death. Surviving are husband, Ronald, sons, Ronald and David Reid, and brother, Bob Smith, all of Carson City; daughter, Diane Key of Stagecoach, Nev.; brother, David Smith of Oakley, Calif, and seven grandchildren. No funeral is scheduled. Cremation is under the direction of FitzHenry's Funeral Home and Crematory. IN MEMORIAM With loving memories of AARON ARNOLDSEN October 17, 1970 January 30,1993 You are missed so much. the city drawn up any new airspace leases. Sferrazza's lawsuit contends the city's change of views on air rights leases came about at the same time skyways for the Silver Legacy were being built, one for the Club Cal-Neva was in the works and the Eldorado's skyway had been built. With those additions, skyway leases would nearly double to more than $400,000 a year for the city, Sferrazza contends. "When the casinos don't pay their fair share, the homeowners get stuck with a higher tax bill," she said. For the Silver Legacy, the casino and city staff worked around an original project condition that required air-space leases, according to documents filed with the lawsuit. Submitted with the lawsuit is a April 28, 1994, letter from Reno lawyer John Frankovich for Project C that lays out a plan for the Legacy to dedicate streets and sidewalks to the city but retain its air and underground rights. Such a dedication deed was filed in February 1995. Washoe County Assessor McGowan stressed that the county assesses the bricks and mortar for all skyways for property taxes. PUBLIC NOTICE information about how to submit your comments on the application, contact Manager Consumer Compliance at the Federal Reserve Bank of San franctsco Ms Patricia Marshall at 415,974 2963 The Federal Re serve System will consider your comments and any request for a public meeting or lormal hearing on the application if they are received by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco on or before the last date of tne comment period No 3908 Oct 17 19 Notice to Creditor! Notice is hereby given that Carol A Pench is the duly appointed and quaii'ied trustee of the Eli G'ubic trust Eh Grubic the seiner of that trust died on August 15 1996 A creditor having a ciaim against the trust estate must file his claim with tne trustee at the address given below within 90 days after the lust Publication of this notice DATED October 5. 1996 Carol A Pench Trustee 3040 Camill D'-ve Reno. Nevada 89509 No 38420c) 14 17 24 19 USD - FOREST SERVICE loryabe National Forest Carson Ranger District The "Colorado D-tcn Bin" of October 25 1 986 iPublic taw 99 545) authored the Secretary of Agriculture through the Forest Service to issue conditional permanent easements for certain qualityng facilities located on National Forest System lands Such facilities must have been in use and ope'at'Ona! as of October 21, 1976 and used 'or the storage an. or conveyance of water used primarily 'or agricultural irrigation and or livestock water purposes That Act miuded a criteria which requires that aii applications tor Ditch Bui" easements must be Donald D. Ridley Donald D. Ridley, 64, died Oct. 15,1 996, in a boating accident at Wild Horse Reservoir, near Elko. A native of Stewart, Nev., he was born April 14, 1932, to Donald D. Sr. and Ruby Mose Ridley, and had lived in Reno since 1992, coming from Los Angeles. Ridley Ridley was a retired aerospace engineer for TRW and a U.S. Marine Corps veteran, serving in the Korean War. He was a member and past chairman of the American Indian Science and Engineers Society, past member of the Board of Directors of the Indian Health Clinic, Los Angeles and member and past planner of the Reno Sparks Indian Colony. His parents, three brothers and two sisters, preceded him in death. Surviving are widow, Ginger, sister, Barbara Pete and brother, Harold, all of Reno; son, Donald of San Francisco; daughter, Karen Ridley of Los Angeles; sons, Tom and James Clayton, both of Las Vegas; sisters, Carol Wright of New Mexico and Sarah Ridley of Washington, D. C; one granddaughter and several aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews. Visitation is scheduled from 4 to 8 p.m. Friday at Ross, Burke and Knobcl Mortuary, Reno. A funeral is scheduled for 10 a.m. Saturday at the funeral home, with burial at the Stewart Indian Cemetery, Carson City. Pi ctiic un dT! YOU MAKE DIFFICULT DECISIONS EASIER. Northern Nevada Memorial Cremation and Burial Society 616 South Wells Ave. 322-2772 Sc hubla Kspanol Pre-Arrangements Available Owner of Reno Crematory "When the casinos don 7 pay their fair share, the homeowners get stuck with a higher tax bill." Jessica Sferrazza-Hogan All downtown property appraisals are based on recent real-estate sales. McGowan said he became aware of the air-rights issue in September 1994 when his office was assessing the Eldorado's new skyway and learned the city had canceled its leases. McGowan said he had the district attorney look into it. The result was an internal memo written in September 1994 that ordered air and subterranean air rights to be killed on 42 parcels. If no leases were signed, no air rights existed. When private interests lease land from the government in Nevada, they pay property taxes on it as if it owned it. For air rights, that value is typically 25 percent of the value of adjacent property, said Ron Fox, McGowan's chief property appraiser. PUBLIC NOTICE Med ON OR BEFORE DECEMBER 31 19 This notice is bemi published to alert all owners of water diversion storage and or conveyance facilities located on National Forest System lands within the Toiyabe National Forest of this upcoming application deadline If you are one of those owners, and are interested m applying lor a Ditch Bill easement, or in determining whether or not your facilities might quality for such an easement then please contact BILL VAN BRUGGEN at 1536 S Carson Street, Carson C'ty NV 89701 (702) 882 2766 well in advance of December 31 19 the ciose of the application period for these type of easements No 389? Oct 17. 19 PUBLIC NOTICE courthouse of the above ent, tied court Ail persons interested in the estate are notified to appear and show cause if any why an Order and Decree approving said account and report confirming all acts ol the Administrator finding that Woodburn and Wedge is entitled to its attorney s tees and costs finding that the Administrator is entitled Ic his requested commission, and allowing distribution should be entered Payment of administrate fees including a commission to the Administrator in tne amount of 13 G9G 00 and alto'ney s lees m the amount of V. 280 00 and costs m the amount of 1715 96 are reouesred by Petitioner in his petition DATED this iOth day of Octet' 9 IUDI BAILEY CLERK OF THE COURT By J Beichem Deputy Clerk WOODBURN AND WEDGE One East Fust Street Suite 1600 P0 Boi 2311 Reno, Nevada 89505 (702; 688 3O00 No 3899 Oct 17 22 28 1996 Woodburn ( Wedge. Attys NOTICE OF HEARING ON FIRST AND FINAL ACCOUNT AND REPORT OF ADMINISTRATOR; PETITION CONFIRMATION: AND PETITION FOR FINAL DISTRIBUTION No CV96 04408 Dept. No. ) IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRlCT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE In the Matter of the Estate of ALVIN YQRK DWYER Deceased NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that PM Moore Washoe County Public Administrator by and through ms attomeys of record WooGbum and Wedge has filed in this Court a vended First and Fmai Account and Report of Administrator Pet-lion for Confirmation and Petition for Finai D stnbution tor the estate of Alvin York Dwyer deceased and a hearing has been set 'or tne 301h day of October, i9, at 9 00 am at the NOTICE TO UDDERS The University and Comi-unty College System ol Nevada Business Center North Purchasing Department, w-n accept sealed bids until 2 00 pm 10 24 for PRINTING CLASS SCHEDULES. ITB 6359 (UNRj 2 00 pm 10 24 for ALFALFA HAY IT8 636i 2 00 it 10 24 tor LANDSCAPE PROJECT ITB (UCC5N) Ronald Olav Schwarz Visitation for Ronald Olav Schwarz, 74, who died Oct. 13, 1996, at Saint Mary's Regional Medical Center, is scheduled from 9 a.m. until the 10 a.m. funeral today at Walton Funeral Home. Burial will be at Mountain View Cemetery-Cremation and Mausoleum. Reno. Jimmy Edward Smith Jimmv Edward Smith, 88. died Oct. 16, 1996, at Veterans Administration Medical Center. A native of Rockford, Wash., he was born Nov. 26, 1907, to Lorenzo B. and Mary Etta Blair Smith and had lived in Reno since 1 960, coming from San Francisco. Smith was a photographer and real estate agent for many years. Surviv ing are w idow Clela of Reno; daughter Justine Fulton of Sparks; three grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. A memorial service is scheduled for 10 a.m. Friday at Mountain View Cemetery-Crematory and Mausoleum. Cremation will be at Mountain View Cemetery-Crematory and Mausoleum, under the direction of Walton Funeral Home, Reno. Theodore R. Werner CARSON CITY Theodore R.Werner, 87, died Oct. 3, 1996. at Carson Convalescent Center. DEATH NOTICE GENE SAMUEL TALUCCI Gene Samuel Talucci, a resident of Fresno, Calif., since 1989. passed away at the age of 48 on October 6, 19. Although Gene's life came to an end at a young age, his experience and accomplishments were numerous Gene enjoyed music as a talented drummer. He had a long career with Holiday Inn, Inc , was in management at Belmont and Fort Washington Country Clubs, and was a local restauranteur. Gene was once a member of the Rotary Club and received a Paul Fellow Award He had been active in the Fresno Convention and Visitor's Bureau where he was past president. Gene loved cooking, was a certified chef, enjoyed photography, and was a sports enthusiast. Gene had the ability to give individuals self worth and confidence and helped us laugh at ourselves. His presence and love will be greatly missed He is survived by his mother, Alona Talucci. of Reno, Nev ; sister. Debbie Cooke, of Redwood City, Calif.; twin brothers, Dana and Dean Talucci, of Reno; and numerous friends. A memorial service was held in Fresno. Calif., under the direction of Heritage Funeral Services. His remains will be laid to rest in the Qumault Rain Forest of Washington. Indictments handed down as asbestos not removed LAS VEGAS (AP) A Las Vegas asbestos inspector and two subcontractors have been indicted for failing to remove the lire retar-dant from the Landmark hotel-casino in preparation for its demolition last year. Ab-Haz Environmental Inc., its president Dennis Price and subcontractors Rocco Dipentino and Richard Lovelace arc accused of purposefully leaving asbestos on the ceilings, beams and floors. Had the asbestos not been discovered, it would have scattered throughout the air when the Landmark fell. The defendants were indicted this week for allegedly violating the Clean Air Act and conspiring to commit a crime. T hey are scheduled to appear in court Nov. I and are expected to plead not guilty. Ab-Haz Environmental was hired by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority to supervise asbestos removal from February to September 1994 at the Landmark, which was going to be demolished to make way for more convention parking. PUBLIC NOTICE 200 pm 10 24 for C0L0RBUS CYC10NE S160 PRINT SERVER WORKSTATION ITB 6)65 (TMCC) 200 pm, 110796 for FURNITURE. ITB 6367 (TMCC) Ids must be submitted on official UCCSN "Invlation to B'd" forms B'ds will be opened at 70 Artemesia Way Room University of Nevada Reno. Nevada For further information contact the University Purchasing Department. (702) 784 6552 R J Moran, CPM Director of Purchasing No 3907 Oct 17. 19 Woodburn 1 Wedge NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned is the duly appointed a"d qualified trurtee o' the MARIANO IIPEPA AND MAPlF P tlP 1987 LIVING IRuST MARIE P LIPfRA tne survmng settlor of sa d trust died on September 30 19 A cedtor having a ciaim aga-nst the trust estate must file his ciaim with tie unders-gned at the adO'ess g ien beiow w thm days after tne fust publication of this notce DATED October 3 19 s FRANK C HPfPA 2875 F NoTtntowne In i63 Reno NV 89512 2060 Don I Ross WOODBURN AND WEDGE Alto'neys at Law One East Fi'st Sfeet Rno NeiaCa 8950, 1702) 688 3000 Attorneys tor Trustee No 3894 Oct 17 72 28 19 ffJNP) 6352 A native of South Bellingham, Wash., he was born Dec. 1 , 1 908, to Arthur and Bessie Carter Werner, and had lived in Carson City for the past five months, coming from Reno. Werner worked as a security guard for the Reno Gazette-Journal and w as a World War II Army Air Corps veteran. No funeral is scheduled. Cremation w ill be at Walton's Carson Sierra Crematory, with inurnment at the Northern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery, Fernley. Arrangements are under the direction of Capitol City Cremation and Burial Society, Carson City. Redwood High School: The class of 1966 of the Larkspur, Calif., school holds its 30-year reunion Oct. 19. Contact Lec Flor-ance Praught, 707-762-1348 or 707-769-0359, or Dick Torney, 415-461-2891 or4!5-8814. IN MEMORIAM IN LOVING MEMORY of Our Beloved Brother, Son & Friend THOMAS GARRISON 41558-101795 One year ago today, the Lord took you from us, to all, so quickly. May you and all of us find peace in knowing you are in a far better place than the one you left. Your laugh, compassion and smile will be with us the rest of the way. You enjoyed the outdoors from camping and fishing to surfing and skiing. Your soft touch and tender way for animals and little children. A passion for music and sports. Your favorite teams, the Lakers, Bears and Giants. Living life with zest, full of spirit. You were truly your own man. Whenever together, all our spirits were high. Your spirit will always live and with us, you will be with that in mind, that strength we need, we all will find And it is our spirit that defines who we are. After we leave this earth, our spirit lives on, bright as a star. We all echo the thoughts and feelings of your dear Mother. Sending her always present and everlasting love. Comforted by memories never to forget and the joyous thought of our reunion in Heaven, together again, forever. Your loving family and friends The Convention and Visitors Authority tired Ab-Haz after government health officials fined the company $18,000, and I HI and Environmental Protection Agency representatives began investigating the company forcriminal activity. The Convention and Visitors Authority subsequently sued Abllaz Environmentaland recently reached a settlement in which Abl laz agreed to pay the authority $700,000, said Tom Smith, the LVCVA's vice president of facilities. The delays and hassles cost the authority about $1.3 million, hesaid. Ab-Haz Environmcntal's attorney maintained that the federal government's allegations of negligence could better be solved through civil litigation rather than a criminal case. "Sometimes the government overreaches," Booker Ev ans said. After Ab-Haz Environmental was taken off the Landmark job, officials made sure it met all health and environmental regulations regarding asbestos before it was dynamited in November, Smith said. I -. ' X. Find out what's happening in your own back yard! The Reno (iaclte-Journal wakes you up every morning w ith insightf ul reports from your own neighborhood and around the world. Don't get caught snooing. jti'.'C Reno Gazehe Journal F-.k uin.tnicnl tnnne del nm. call "in "U iir WKi MH Van i

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