Nevada State Journal from Reno, Nevada on August 16, 1968 · Page 4
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Nevada State Journal from Reno, Nevada · Page 4

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j'- NYtuJfl Staff Journal Friday, August 16,196S Laxalt Criticizes Inquiry Into Hughes' Purchase Plans Gazette-Journal ard Hughes' sixth purchase of Carson City Bureau a Nevada casino was complete- Gov. Paul Laxalt said Thurs-'ly cut of line. dsy that the Federal Go\ern-' Laxalt's statement came just inent's investigation into How- after the announcement that College Management Topic For New Study Project I m p r o v i n g techniques for 'Welfare. Funding for the initial gathering information necessary j phase will be $126,934. j to the management of colleges] University of Nevada is a He said he appreciated the Hughes called off the purchase of the Stardust Hotel in Las Vegas. | The justice department was {considering whether the purchase of the casino by Hughes constituted a monopoly. '·Such intrusion is completely out of line." Laxalt said, "and we are confident that with the advent of a new administration in Washington, D.C. next year, and universities will be the focus imember of WICHE. As a result of a new five-year project to be undertaken by the Western 1 Interstate C o m m i s s i o n for -Higher Education (WICHE). Notification of funding for the project came last week from .the Office of Education's Bureau of Research in the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Card of Thanks THE FAMILY of Dean Layton express their thanks for ttie memorial contributions, flowers and other kindnesses shown them at ttie death of their son and brother. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Layton David Layton 4-H Leaders Will Sponsor County Fair YEKINGTON - An old fash- !, ioned county fair will be spon- * sored by the Lyon County 4-H * Leader's Council Aug. 24 and ? 25 in the .county fairgrounds- in " Yerington. ,* "There will be game booths, ' fun booths and booths featuring ", good things to eat and drink," I says E. M. Mattice, member 1 of the fair committee. * Commercial, non-commercial, , individual and 4-H booths will J be on display inside arid" out! side the fair building. There will ; also be a -flea market featuring \ antiques, and a jeep obstacle : course. * All organizations and business- :es are invited to take part in e the fair, said Mattice. infonna- \ tion on display booths is avail; able from William Haworth of = Box 552, Yerington. I Fair times are 10 a.m. to ;8 p.m. Saturday and 1 p.m t to 5 p.m.- Sunday. IEGAL NOTICES J CITY OF CARSON CITY 5 ORMSBY COUNTY, NEVADA i NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed proposals for the "Additions to ' the Carson City Sewage Treatment s Plant", addressed to the Mayor ana Coun- f ctl of Carson City, hereinafter referred fcto as -the Owner, will be received at the Office of the City-County Engineer, r!711 North Roop Street, Carson City, Nevada until 5:00 PM, Pacific Daylight 1 Time, on the 6th day of September, 1968 'and the bids will be publicly opened "and read at a meeting of the City Coun- ''cil of Carson City, Nevada, to be held in the Ormsby County Court House, Carrson City, Nevada at 8.00 PM of the v same day/ or as soon as possible there- ! The work for which bids are to be J submitted is located in Carson City, Nevada and includes furnishing of all labor ' material and equipment necessary for: ' The construction of a secondary treatment phase as an addition to the exist! ing 1.5 MGD Carson City Sewage Treat, ment Plant. The work consists of one , new trickling filter, a new secondary clarifier, chlorine building and tank, and new grit chamber. Also included are mod ' ifications of existing structures and ponds together with new site grading, roadway * construction and other appurtenant work l The contract documents, including the , plans and specifications, may be exam ined at the following places: I Creegan and D'Angelo, Civil Engineers ! 1046 West Taylor Street P. 0. Box 431 ' San Jose, California 95126 Phone: 408--297-1553 San Francisco Builders Exchange 850 Van Ness San Francisco, California Phone: 415--282-8220 Builders Exchange , 310 South Wells Avenue Reno, Nevada ' Phone: 702--329-3516 * ' Builders Exchange 1331 "T" Street ! Sacramento, California t Phone: 916--422-8991 Office of the City Engineer . 1711 N. Roop St. Carson City, Nevada j'Phone: 702--882-3257 i Copies may be obtained at the offic hof: ' Creegan and D'Angelo Consulting Engineers 1046 West Taylor Street, P.O. Box 431 ' San Jose, California 95126 1 Phone: 408--297-1553 r upon payment of forty (40.00) of whic I twenty dollars (20.00) will be refundec .-upon return of the drawings and specif cations in good condition within fiftee · (15) days after the bid opening. Each proposal must be accompaniec 'by a certified or cashier's check or bidder's bond made payable to the orde of the Owner in an amount not les 'than ten per cent (10 Pet) of the amoun ·bid as a guarantee that the bidder wi tenter into a contract if awarded 1h rwork. The successful bidder will be required to furnish a Faithful Performanc .Bond in the full amount ol the Contrac (100 Pet), and a Labor and Material .Bond in the full amount of the Contrac : (1CO Pet.) t Liquidated damages in the amounts se ·cut m the Agreement will be assesse rtor failure 1o complete work within th Contract completion time as specifiec 'therein. Bidders on this work will be require Ho comply with the President's Executiv Order No 11114 and the Provisions c 'Executive Order No. 10925 as mcludec ·inerrin. The requirements for bidders an Contractors under this order are explainec ip the Instructions for Bidders. " The Owner reserves the right to rejec «ny or all bids and to determine whic proposal is, in his opinion, the lowes responsible and of a responsible bidde ·end that which it deems in the bes Interest of the Owner to accept. Th Owner aiso reserves the right to tony informalities not material to cos or performance in any proposal of bid 1 Bidders' attention Is directed to ih Contract Provisions included with th Specifications and the schedule o( mm mum hourly wage rates, a copy of which ^s also Included with the Specifications. B l9 ned JAMES A kANKIN, City-County Engineer C31800-Bi;» AUB. 16-23 f its membership, Nevada oungsters gain an improved pportunity for education in medicine, denistry, dental hy- iene and veterinary medicine. one of these fields of study are available at Nevada schools. John Minter, director of Spe- ial Higher Education Programs t WICHE, said, "Our specific ntent is to assist in the creation f information systems which ill enable administrators in institutions of higher education allocate more effectively the esources available to them for arrying out their teaching, re- earch and service goals. "This will be accompanied by n effort to establish, throughout he West, a set of common defi- itions for the factors affecting he internal allocation of re- ources within these institutions. This will enable colleges and universities to exchange and o m p a r e useful information which has been impossible to arry out because of the lack f common definitions." Eleven of the 13 WICHE states ave thus far committed them- elves to participation in the iroject and the state higher education systems of two non- iVICHE states (Illinois and New York) have indicated that they vould like to establish a cooperative link with the Western tates in the effort. Dr. Robert Kroepsch, executive director of WICHE sgid, The new project should make t far easier to transmit accur- ite and useful administrative information, not only within institutions but between them, and ,o state officials as well. This is particularly important here in the West where a greater )roportion of higher education akes place in publicly supported state institutions than elsewhere in the nation." WICHE was created in 1951 iy the Western Governors Con- erence to administer the West- rn R e g i o n a l Educational tompact. It is a public agency Bail Posted, Driver Released Gazette-Journal Carson City Bureau A 43-year-old man was re- eased from the Ormsby County ail today on $250 bail after eing arrested on charges oi eckless driving and driving with illegal Nevada license lates. George Smith, who deputies ay refused to give an address, was arrested on U.S. Highway 0 east of Carson City at 12:15 MS morning. Hug Tryouts For Cheerleader Tryouts to select a cheerlead ng squad for the new Procter Hug High School will be con- ucted at 9:30 a.m. Monday in ae school cafeteria. Any girl who plans to enrol iris fall is eligible for the com- letition, said Jean Pagni, who il be adviser to the cheer- eaders. helps the 13 western tates work together to increase ducational opportunities for vestern youth, to improve col- ege and university programs, o expand specialized man- o\ver, and to inform the public higher education's needs. Bodyguards Provided By Police MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UPI) - Police bodyguards are behi] provided for leaders of tb Southern Christian Leadership Conference during its annua convention for the first tirm without its founder, Dr. Martii Luther King Jr. "They have asked for protec tion and we are going to sup ply them with the necessar security," said Detective Chie W. P. Huston. King was slain here April by an assassin's bullet as h stood on the balcony of the Lor raine Motel. His widow, Mr: Coretta King, will make one the principal addresses durin the four-day meeting. - The convention headquarter for the civil rights organizatio is located about four miles fron the Shelby County C r i m i n a Courts Building and Jail whic houses James Earl Ray, a for mer convict arrested in Englan and charged with King's death The Royal Canadian Mounte Police supplies provincial polic to all Canadian provinces excep Ontario and Quebec. eluctance on the part of the rincipals involved in the mat- r to subject their interests to hat could be an extended ruggle with the Federal Antirust Division. '·We continue to completely isagree with the anti-trust divi- on that this acquisition could onstitute a monopoly," Laxalt aid. Three Named To Draft Advisory Group Gazette-Journal Carson City Bureau Dr. James T-. Anderson oi teno, H. R. Burch of Weec Heights, and'Frank di Luzio' ol as Vegas have been appointed the Scientific Advisory Committee of the Nevada Selective ervice System. As members of the "six'-mem- ier committe.e, they will make ecommendations to local draft ioards and to the state appeals ioard concerning classification n s p e c i a l i z e d occupa ional fields. Two Reno men, Dr. Stanley Palmer, dean emeritus of th University of Nevada College o Engineering, and George Camp bell, manager of North Ameri ean Aviation's Nevada facility resigned two weeks ago. Dr. Anderson is the curren dean of the College of Engi neering. Burch is general manager o Anaconda Corporation's Wee Heights operation and Di Luzi is vice president of Reynold Electrical and Engineering Co of Las Vegas. VITAL STATISTICS Births CURRAN -- In Reno, Aug. 14, 196 to Mr and Mrs. Robert Curran of Rem a daughter. Mr and Mrs. David W Dana of Ren DANA -- In Reno, Aug. U, 1968, a daughter. FUSARI -- In Reno, Aug. 14, 1968, Mr. and Mrs. Lenard Fusan of Reno, daughter HEARN -- In Reno, Aug. 14, 196 to Mr and Mrs. William Hearn of Spark a daughter. ISOME -- In Reno, Aug 14, 1968, Mr. and Mrs. Calbert (some of Ren a son. LINVEKUGEL -- In Reno, Aug 1968, to Mr. and Mrs. Gary A. Linvek gel of Reno, a son SCNEYDER - In Reno, Aug. 15, 196 to Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Scneyder Sparks, a son. Tax time has come in on form or other since the earlie; days of recorded history. Ml Zone-1 Acre 2-Bedroom Home Coll Walt Bantz, Broker 7S6-1773 FREE CAR WASH With $3.00 Minimum Purchase Good Mon. thru Sat. Closed Sunday OFFER GOOD THROUGH AUG. 25. 1968 JERRY'S CAR WASH 37C '.VEST FIFTH ST. OPEN 9 to 5:30 NOW SHOP EVERY NIGHT MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 'TIL (Saturdays 'til 6 p.m.) EARLY-BIRD SPECIAL! SMART AND NEW! FALL 'SHARK 1 SUITS AUGUST SPECIAL PRICE REG. 90.00 69.00 YOU SAVE 21.00 Famous 'shark' suiting will launch you on the best season ever! Choice of one- button or two-button coats. Very smart and new traced-waist stylings. Tones of grey, blue, green, gold. Men's sizes, in regulars, shorts or longs. Liimted time! 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TO 3/3.75 Our own exclusive Centura® brand in cotton broadcloth boxers, cotfon-knit doubel esat briefs, crew neck T-shirts and ribbed athletic shirts. S-M-L-XL sizes. Hurry for thesel stock up! STORE FOR MEN, 7, 91, STREET FLOOR SHOP EVERY NIGHT MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 'TIL 9:30 (Saturdays 'tiJ 6 p.m.) KWSPAPERl

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