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IS--Nevada Statt Journal Friday, Dec-13,1963 Two Wells Authorized At Proposed Hatchery WASHINGTON -- Drilling of two water wells lor the pro-; posed fish hatchery near Dres- slerviUe is expected to move forward In the immediate future according to Senator Alan Bible. Bible stated today he had received Information from the director of sports fisheries, Fish and Wildlife Service that the bureau had filed water applications late in November with the Nevada state water engineer seeking permission to drill two wells to see if the proposed fish hatchery site is suitable. The N e v a d a Senator has pressed for a federal fish hatchery for Nevada for the past several years and it was only recently that officials of the Bureau of Fisheries were able to obtain a land option on private property on the east fork of the Carson River. Funds have been made available from the Appropriations Committee for the site study and for drilling of wells. Senator Bible stated the hatchery would provide over 100,000 pounds of fish yearly for ivestern Nevada streams, Pyra- Boulder City Airman Hurl In Crash MANILA (UPI) -- Four of the five plane crash victims Wednesday morning at the U.S Air Force Base at Clark Field, 40 miles north of Manila, were listed today in serious condition, on« of them critical. The five victims are confined at the Clark base hospital where they were rushed after their U-6A liaison aircraft crashed and burned shortly after takeoff Wednesday morning on a courier flight from Clark Field to Manila. A U.S. Air Force spokesman said thaw seriously injured were Pilot Capt. Lawrence I. Hughes, Wisconsin, and Airman 1st Class William V. Langfitr, Orlando, Fla., and on the critical list is Capt. James C. Welsh (705 Park Place), Boulder City, Nev. The fifth person aboard the plane, Simeon Mercado, Filipino employe of the First National City Bank of New York branch at dark Field, was pronounced in "satisfactory condition," the spokesman said. The spokesman said Hughes suffered multiple burns, a fractured thigh and facial lacerations. Langfitt suffered burns and head injuries. Welsh, he said, suffered burns on both legs and tures. arms and Jeg frac- Mercado suffered a dislocated hip, the spokesman said. PRIZES ANNOUNCED Special to Gazette-Journal Haw- aware HAWTHORNE -- The thorne Lionesses will $15, $10 and $5 for first, second and third prizes in the annual Christmas decorating contest which will be judged Christmas Eve. VEERS OFF COURSE CAPE KENNEDY (UPI)--An advanced Polaris missile roarec aloft from Wednesday laboratory ship night, veered off course and was deliberately destroyed. INSURANCE GLASS REPLACEMENTS HANDLED PROMPTLY DESERT GLASS 310 N. PARK ST., FA 2-0695 mid and Walker lakes and would be used primarily for the rearing of cut - throat trout, though not exclusively. Pyramid and Walker lakes have been receiving fingerlings from an Idaho fish hatchery and the fingerlings have had difficulty surviving in Nevada lake wa- ters. It is believed, a hatchery in Nevada would bring forth a more successful program as well as satisfying the need for additional fingerlings in western Nevada streams. It is hoped that construction on the project may be started by the summer of 1964. Douglas-Minden Airport Has 350 Acres to Lease Special to Gazette-Journal GARDNERVILLE -- Murray A. Kahn, manager of the Doug- hs - Minden Airport, says the county has 350 acres available for lease to industrial firms. Kahn, in a report to the Carson Valley Chamber of Commerce, said the airport master Heart Fund Task Taken By McGowan Dr. S. N. Landis, president o{ the Nevada Heart Association, recently announced the appointment of Wilson McGowan, state senator from Lovelock, as Pershing County chairman for the 1964 Heart Fund Drive. Vern S. Schoenfeld, manager of the First National Bank in Lovelock, will be treasurer. Sen. McGowan will also act as business solicitations chairman for Pershing County. "Each year diseases of the neart and blood vessels kill more than 900,000 Americans," McGowan declared, "and are responsible for one out of two deaths between the ages of 45 and 64, the best years of business life." The Heart Fund drive will begin Feb. 1 and continue through Feb. 29. The drive will reach its high point on the weekend of Heart Sunday, Feb. 23. plan includes zoning for various ypes of industry the county ·vould 1 like to obtain. "We're tickled to death to ;ive it to them (potential users) at a dollar a year." Kahn told the chamber, "but they have to contact somebody -- the county clerk or the chamber of commerce." Florence Bovett, secretary- manager of the chamber, said she had been told several Cali- 'ornia firms are interested in moving their operations here. She said they reportedly were .ooking for land less costly than S2.500 an acre. "W've had bites in the last couple of years," Kahn said 'but they proved 1o be stock promotion ventures in which we weren't particularly interested." Mrs. Bovett asked the county commissioners to send copies of airport land leasing policy 1o :he chamber for use in answering queries on land availability. aided the arrival of the Christ-'al 4-H Club Congress. Each re- ed for hearing 60 days later. It'Jones, Kathleen Kohler, Kath-l mas season in Elko's third an-,ceived an expense-paid trip to Vegas Newsmen Elect Leaders LAS VEGAS (UPI) -- The Las Vegas Press Club and the local chapter of Sigma Delta Chi both held election of officers last night. Joe Digles, managing editor of the Review-Journal, was named president of the Press Club and Bryn Armstrong, executive ed itor of the Sun, was chosen vice president. Wilma Buck, an executive of the First National Bank, was elected secretary and John Angus was reelected treasurer. James Deitch, manager of the Las Vegas news bureau, was selected president of Sigma Delta Chi, the national profess ional journalism society. Ross Tucker, publications director for the dark County school district, was named vice president and Robert L. Brown, editor of the Review-Journal, was picked as secretary-treasurer. Officers of both organizations will be installed in January. LEAVES HOSPITAU SAN DIEGO, Calif. (UPI) --Assemblyman Richard J. Donovan, 37, R-Chula Vista, was released this week from Mercy Hospital after brain surgery- undergoing Jiggs Pupil Top Winner In Contest Gayla Mitchell, Jiggs, has been named an alternate winner in the 1963 national 4-H Beef Awards program. The announcement was made this morning at National 4-H Club Congress headquarters in Chicago. The beef program is sponsored by the E. I. du Pont de Nemours Co., Inc., in cooperation with the cooperative extension service. Miss Mitchell, 16, is a student at Elko County High School. A 4-H member six years, she has completed .31 projects in eight project areas. Project areas in addition to beef are sheep, clothing, foods- nutrition, home improvement, entomology, photography, and junior leadership. Results of her 4-H work have been featured in 231 local and county exhibits. Elko Greets Yule Season With Parade Miss Mitchell has served as junior leader for two clubs in 1962 and 1963. She has held many offices in her local cjubs. She is active in community and chic projects. Her high school activities include the Girls Athletic Association, student council and cheer 1 leader. She was a member of i the 1963 Episcopal Church con firmation class. Miss Mitchell is one of 22 Ne- ivada state 4-H Club winners GREENVILLE AFB, MISS.-Airman Third Class Eddy L. Kessler of Hawthorne has graduated from the technical training course for new members of the Air Force Medical Service here. He is the son of C. L. Kessler of Hawthorne and of Mrs. Lena M. Montgomery of Black Springs. He has been selected for further training in the medical service field at Gunther AFB, Ala. WELLS -- The prospect of new facilities for Standard Magnesium Co. at Wendover has been confirmed by Roger Wheeler of Tulsa, president of the company. Wheeler has announced that his firm plans to start construction on a magnesium chloride salt facility at Wendover in mid- 1964. Objective will be the production of 33,000 tons of magnesium chloride anhydrides for delivery to a plant in the Portland-Van- UTEST NEWS OF NEVADA AND CALIFORNIA Wendover Magnesium Plant Expansion Plan Revealed couver area for manufacture of magnesium metal and chlorine. Wheeler said the metal and chlorine plant will be located in the Pacific Northwest to provide an immediate market for the chlorine sales to the paper- pulp industry. The magnesium - chlorine anhydrides would be a by-product of the solar evaporation of potash at the firm's Bonneville Ltd. division at Wendover with production going to its Tulsa facilities for further processing into anhydrides. Training Program Slated By Factory at Hawthorne Special to Gazette-Journal HAWTHORNE -- Representatives of the State Employment Security Department and Department of Education will conduct aptitude tests for training of garment workers at the Rockingham Sleepwear Plant Dec. 21. An allotment of $50,000 the training of 160 operators for the plant was made recently. Applicants must apply at the plant for appointments for the lest. As many as 80 women can SP Agency Due to Stay At Montello Special to Gazette-Journal ELKO -- The application of the Southern Pacific Railroad Company to close the agency station at Montello, and to maintain it in the future as a nort-agency station, has been denied without prejudice by the Nevada Public Service Commission. The commission further ordered that it retains jurisdiction in the premises for the purpose of correcting any errors KentTFaige'Kent', which might have occurred ! -' drafting the order. A public hearing was held on| Ha !e Han, John Reeder, Joanne! Under the new program Standard Magnesium would build a complete magnesium chlorida facility at Wendover, with tha salt traveling by rail to the Pacific Northwest. Wheeler did not say how much the expansion would cogtt At present Bonneville Ltd. division is producing between 100,« 000 and 110,000 tons of flake potash annually for the fertilizer industry. Fallen Students On Honor Roll Special to Gazette-Journal FALLON -- The honor roll for the second six-week period for West End S c h o o l was nounced recently In Fallon. Earning the top marks were Yvonne Arciniega, Carol Barsty, David Getto, Denise Hinkle, Louis Hirschman, Peggy ln Doug Maupin, Lynn Myhre, Ken Tedford, Suzette Broyles. Sept. 17 in the S. P. Depot at Montello. The original petition ELKO -- Seven floats her- who participated m the Nation-ihad been protested and suspend- Risi, Lynne Ruggles, Cindy Smith, John Snapp, Susan Boucher, Michael Holcomb, Shirley! nual Christmas parade. Elko High School Art Club's float was judged the winning entry. In second place was the sophomore class float. The senior class came in third. Fourth arize went to the Nevada Youth Training Center. Other floats were entered by St. Paul's Episcopl Church, junior class at Elko High School and the Future Farmers of America. The Elko National Guard supplied a color guard along with Boy Scouts from Elko. Also performing were the Owyhee school band, the Elko High School band, the Elko grammar school band and the grammar school choir. Judges for the parade were Mrs. Jean Hunter, Mrs. Mary Ann Ryan and Bob Stewart. Peer Rejects Company Offer LONDON (UPI) - Lord Man- croft, a 49-year-old Jew who had to resign from a British insurance firm because of Arab pressure Thursday rejected the company's offer to reinstate him. Mancroft resigned from the board of directors of the Norwich Union Insurance Societies late last month when Arab interests threatened to blacklist Norwich as part of their economic boycott of Israel. Stqng public, press and government condemnation of the action led Norwich to offer to reinstate Mancroft. HEAP BIG CHANCE BEFORE CHRISTMAS TO SAV'UM PLENTY at NEWMAN'S SILVER SHOP 130 W. 2nd St. FA 3-8512 Silversmiths--Engravers OPEN EVERY NIGHT TIL 9 P.M. 10 /O OFF 9N EVERYTHING IN THE STORI Indian Jewelry -- Wtltsrn J?vyelry -- Antiques -- Silver Items -- Hand tooled leather goods -- Coins -- Original paintings. ON ALL CUSTOM DESIGNED JEWELRY AND SPECIAL ORDERS. Chicago. Scrubber Cleans Henderson's Air was noted in the order of thp|!een Mai-tin, Barbara Marzolf. commission that Montello is noi|Craig Smith, Margaret Zaugg. served by any bus or truck!Paula Howaneic, Richard Bass, lines. I Marilyn Allyn, Kimberly Bnm- From all testimony of record, I mer, Robin Dudley, Kristine the commission is of the opin- Henning, Michelle Homer, Jo HENDERSON Elimination of dust and smoke from the hot mix and gravel plant off Sunset Road in the Pittman area ion that: 1--Applicant has failed to show that the Montello agency is operated at a loss; 2-That the continuance of Montello as an agency - station will not be a burden on Southern Pacif- is expected to be achieved lc Company's excellent financial condition; 3--Changing the sta-i Ellen Triguero, Patricia Bell, Edwin Douglass, Ramona Lowe, Augustine Munoz. John Renfroe, Jerry Clawson, Peggy Beach,! Trudy Elliott, Sylvia Rockwood, Leslie Vicks, Rochanne Brown, George Caudle, Gayle Macias, through the installation of a $33,000 "scrubber" by Henderson Industrial Park Inc. The "scrubber" will wash out the fine particles so that they will settle in the water and no longer pour forth from the . tus of Montello agency to a non-agency station would cause additional inconvenience to the cer, Edna Danner, Grace Beth Marshall, Saddler, D o n n a shippmg and traveling The nearest open stations are Ogden 150 miles east and Wells Cheryl Pamela Trough ton, Recanzone, Armas, Vicki Armas, Bonnie Bell, Diane Erquiaga, I Mary Lou Gomes, Lynn John- be given the test in a day. The County High School library. WAPES persons to be employed at the plant if enough qualified women Bjork, manager of the local operation. The firm has 80 operators now and hopes to achieve the full staff early in 1964. G , public. DiaMe -- .,,-- . -- ----- ------ ,,._ , stacks, according to Matt Hick-| a ° !TuJes west - E ' mak ing Mon- SO[li Barbara Kves. Maria Lynni man, foreman of the plant. ',. ° a non -agency station theJMoiola, Dinane Perrier, and Volumes of dust and smoke have blanketed the Pittman areas and extended into Henderson residential areas since the plant's erection, provoking widespread public criticism. iello a non-agency station the|Moiola, Dinane distance between open agency I Bob Thompson. stations would bp approximately J175 miles. Teacher Honored At Winnemucca Special to Gazette-Journal WINNEMUCCA -- To honor Henry C. Nelson, superintendent of Humboldt County schools, who recently was named Knight Commander of the Court of Honor by the Supreme Council, Southern Jurisdiction Scottish Rite Masons, a dinner was given last week at Sonoma Inn by members of the body. William Newman presided. Visiting guests included Silas E. Ross, inspector general in Nevada and Robert H. Parker, secretary of Nevada Scottish Rite Bodies of Reno. They were accompanied by their wives. Candidates present included Max Long and Jim Dale. More than 30 local members and wives attended the function for Nelson. False Insurance Claims Alleged OAKLAND, Calif. (UPI) -lore persons may join seven in- icted by the Alameda County irand Jury for making false nsurance claims in auto acci- .ents in which they were not involved. Deputy District Attorney Low- 11 Jensen said as many as 15 ;r persons may be indicted n similar charges. He said lone of the seven was identified lecause none was in custody. The grand jury has been in ·estigating fraud charges in- 'Giving false insurance claims or the past two years. CALLS FOR MEETING NEW DELHI (UPI) -- Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru called Thursday for a confer ence of neutral nations in the new year to discuss President Kennedy's uncompleted plans for easing the cold war. 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