Nevada State Journal from Reno, Nevada on August 6, 1965 · Page 21
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Nevada State Journal from Reno, Nevada · Page 21

Reno, Nevada
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Friday, August 6, 1965
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8--Nevada State Journal Friday, August 6,1965 N E W S O F H E V f l D A - C f l L I F O B N i n Gaming Board Reviews Nevada License Bids The State Gaming Control 3oard Thursday recommended approval of an application by Edward Levinson to sell half of his stock in the Fremont Hotel In Las Vegas back to the operating corporation for $630,000. Levinson, who has been the largest stockholder in the operation, would retain only ten per cent in the downtown hotel-casino. The largest stockholder, if the deal goes through, would be Jerome D. Mack of Las Vegas, who has 12 per cent in the operation. Levinson last year sold out his stock in the Horseshoe Club in Las Vegas. The board took under advisement 13 new bids for non-re- stricted licenses including one] jy four men to reopen the gam- sling at the Castaways Casino on the Las Vegas Strip. The four, J. Overholser and Ned Roberts, both of Tarzana, Calif., Fred Deluca Jr., of Woodland Hills, Calif., and J. W. Bernabei of Las Vegas would invest $300,000 for eight games and 70 slot machines. The previous gambling licensee, Ike P. Larue Jr., of Jackson, Miss., closed the casino last Dec. 31 with financial problems but the hotel, restaurant and bar have remained open. Overholser would hold SSVs per cent; Roberts 23 ] /s per cent; Deluca 21% per cent and Bernabie 16% per cent. The board will make recom-| mendations on the application at its meeting Aug. 16 here. The State Gaming Commission will take final action the next day. Other applications taken under advisement were: -William Campbell, principal owner of the Sonoma Inn in Winnemucca to invest $5,000 to operate two table games and three slot machines at Bill's Corner Bar in Reno. Campbell's wife Martha and veteran gambler Birches V. Bird would be licensed as corporate officers without investment. --Lawrence Musso to invest $50,000 to buy 62% per cent of the gambling at the Pussycat a Go Go in Las Vegas. Musso would purchase the shares from Joseph L. Yip. The county is considering revoking the liquor license of the club on grounds it is a trouble spot. --August J. Vitale to invest $10,000 for a new slot machine route in the Elko area. He has worked as a slot machine repair man in Las Vegas, Jackpot and Wendover casinos. --Johnnie Russo, boxing promoter to bankroll one poker table and one pan game at the Ohio Club in Reno for an investment of $2,500. --Michael Lizanetz to pay $2,500 for a half-interest in two table games at the Ferris Hotel in Winnemucca. The present licensees Donald and Beatrice Hawkins would retain the other 50 per cent. Lizanetz is a former licensee In Winnemucca's Atomic Club. --A. G. and Lydia Pauley to reopen the Eagle Club in Yerington with an investment of $12,000. J and J Novelty Co., a Reno slot machine route operation would get 50 per cent of the club's slot machine profits in consideration of a loan to Pauley. -Hettie W. Coe to be licensed as a corporate officer in Al's Liquors in North Las Vegas without investment. --Frederic S. Apcar, show producer to buy five per cent in the gambling at the Dunes Hotel on the Las Vegas Strip for $125,000. He already holds a license at the Silver Nugge :asino in North Las Vegas. --Kenneth L. Bader of Delake, Ore., to invest $20,000 for 12 per cent in the Carson Mint, south of Carson City. --Mrs. Jean M. Grant to be licensed as a corporate officer without investment at Honest John's Newstand in Las Vegas. --James W, Foley of San Jose, Calif., and Douglas Busey of Reno, both lawyers to be licensed as corporate officers without investment at the El Tavern Motel and Restaurant and Gold 'N Silver Inn, both in Reno. --Wayne Wightman, co-owner of the Stockman's Cafe and Bar in Fallen to buy out Mary Baker executrix of the estate of her late husband Harry Baker, a commercial pilot who was killed in a plane crash In the Pacific Ocean last year. An application is also pending for Michael T. Dolan and Floyd A Duncan, both of Potlatch, Idaho for licensing in the club. 2nd Annual *r ELKS V PICNIC * at Inclin* Beach Boat Launching Ar«a SUNDAY, AUGUST 8th - 11 'til 4 California Legislator Calls for Remap Action SACRAMENTO (UPI) -- The chairman of the Assembly Reapportionment Committee says Dirks en a "main blockage" to legislative agreement on reapportionment of the California Senate. the defeat of the Amendment removes Assemblyman Don Allen Sr., D-Los Angeles, said the amendment's defeat removed the State Senate's hope of avoiding reapportionment as ordered by the courts. "We're all going to have to get down to cases, as much Railroad Notified To Clear Property Special to The Journal PORTOLA, Calif. --Western Pacific Railroad again has been served notice to clean up the Victim, Suspect Both Anonymous NEVADA CITY, Calif. (UP|) -- Nevada County authorities said Thursday they were holding a suspect in the killing of a Tulare County man whose body was found hanging from a tree near the old mining town of Washington. Unclersheriff Frank Gallino declined to identify the victim or the suspect. However, he said the victim appeared to be a fisherman or camper. Driver Charged SACRAMENTO (UPI) -- The Sacramento County Grand Jury Wednesday indicted Raymonc Edmund Marrato, 43, driver ol a truck which overturned anc spilled seven farm workers to their deaths, on a felony drunken driving count and two counts of felony manslaughter. right-of-way on its tracks In Portola. Both sides, this time. In a letter sent to the company by William T. Cullen, chief sanitarian of the Plumas County health department, it was stated that unsightly debris being dumped from freight cars west of the company's Portia depot is an eyesore to mo- ;orists traveling along S t a t e Highway 70 and should be cleaned up as soon as possible. Cullen went on to say that .he company was notified to clean up along the west side of the tracks on at least two previous occasions. Litter and ·arbage are being dumped on the east side of the overpass as well. He went on to ask the company's cooperation. The health officer said: "A good cleanup program is need- id on the part of the company Clean up of garbage, refuse and debris, a few trees, a little grass, some paint and a few flowers could make the W.P. as some of us would dislike to,' Allen said. Sen. Thomas M. Rees, D-Los Angeles, a member of the Senate's Special Committee on Reapportionment, disagreed with Allen. He said the main blockage to Senate-Assembly agreement on reapportionment was Assembly Speaker Jesse M. Unruh, D-Inglewood. Rees said Unruh's "arrogant 1 attempt to draw new Senate district lines caused the general session to end June 18 withou agreement on reapportionment "If the Senate was to survive as an independent house, i' couldn't take the Unruh lines,' Rees said. California's reapportionmen cases, involving both the Sen ate and Assembly, are pending in the courts. Senate leaders have said they will ask thi court to give lawmakers anoth er chance to settle the issue rather than have new distric boundaries drawn by the courts SYMBOLIC CHECK noting 45,000 man houri of service by members of Kiwanis Clubs in Nevada during the coming months was presented in a meeting of Kiwanis officials In Gov. Grant Sawyer's office. Shown from left, Frank Souza, lieutenant governor of Kiwanis Division 23; William Dunlap, Kiwanis district governor; Gov. Grant Sawyer; and Ralph Langley, Carson City Kiwanis president. (Photo Special to the Journal) yards in Portola truly a beautiful gateway " Sailplanes Compete In Douglas MINDEN -- The Western Regional Soaring Championships continued at the Douglas Coun- 'Check' Notes 45,000 Hours Of Service Special to the Journal CARSON CITY -- Members of Lions Club Posts Go to FofEon Man FALLON member of -- George the Fallen Lott, Lions Kiwanis Clubs throughout the state of Nevada are re-dedicat- ng themselves to community service. William A. Dunlap, Kiwanis district governor of the California - Nevada - Hawaii district, visited Carson City to set the Club, has been elected director of the Lions Eye Foundation, consisting of 68 California and intensifying| Neva( j a Lions clubs, which contribute funds to support this program. The purpose of the Lions Eye Foundation is to provide financial support for eye treatment wheels in motion and inform|for children within its area who Gov. Grant Sawyer of the ac-|cannot afford proper care. The He added, into the Portola state." is the first community in California that people coming in on the train, as well as passing motorists, see. The litter, refuse and garbage do not make a good impression of the mountain town." Are Summer Furnace Repairs KILLING YOUR BUDGET? STEALING YOUR VACATION MONEY? For information on how to end your furnace and heating repair and service problems celerated Kiwanis program, which has brought national acclaim for its effectiveness in the past. To emphasize the Kiwanis ty Airport yesterday, with sail- p i at]j Dunlap presented a Com- plane pilots soaring from the|munity Service Check to the airport to Lee Vining, Calif., then back. After making the two checkpoints, they were scheduled to remain aloft as long as possible to pile up mileage in free distance competition. Opened Sunday The meeting began Sunday, when 19 pilots set off on a 195 mile speed run to Lovelock and back. Of the 19 sailplanes, 12 completed the test. William Ivans of La Jolla, Calif., was first with an average speed of 51 mph. The only local entry, Larry Frankoski, completed the run at an average speed of 33 mph. In the second speed event, the motorless aircraft covered a 163 mile triangle from the airport to the Flying M Ranch in Smith Valley to Fernley and back. Ivans was again in first with an average apeed of 49 mph, [but Hal Bonney of Los Angeles was only 33 seconds behind. In free distance flying, Al Leffler of Los Alamedas, Calif., flew 341 miles to Rogerson, Idaho. Two pilots logged the Utah, governor, noting 45,000 man lours of service. Kiwanis International is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, and is devoting itself more and more to project of character development in youth. 'While the main objective was charity when Kiwanis was born in 1915, Kiwanians have recog- ; nized changing conditions and have left the general field of charity to organizations with specialized training," Duncan said. The emphasis on youth projects got a boost In 1925 when Key Club International was founded by the Sacramento Ki- ivanis Club. Later the university group, Circle K International, was organized. Both clubs ·eceived national recognition for public spirited service in their respective communities. Fallen Lions was the second club in Nevada to participate in the activity and has contributed more than $2,000 to the foundation. Lott also has received word he has been chosen District 4-Iv Chairman of the Lions Eye Foundation Committee. Sight This Conservation committee's main function is to provide consultation to Lions Clubs within the District on problems relevant to sight preservation. Lott recently was selectet chairman for the Lions' 15th an nual Stampede and 49'er Dayi Rodeo, held every Labor Day A holdup takes place on the average of every 10 minutes in the U.S. eekend :« Fallen, a job he ha eld twice before. In his 14 years service in the allon Lions, Lott has held the ·esidency twice and is present- in his 13th year as a mem- er of the club's Board of Di- ·ctors. He also has held the osts of deputy district gover- or and zone chairman. I ft S No. J47 BEFORE THE PUBLIC SERCICE COMMISSION OF NEVADA In the matter of the application ol the BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY OF NEVADA, for authority to freeze and subsequently withdraw residence Four-Party line service In its Group 4 and Extended Area Dial exchanges, Ely, McGill, Winnemucca, Reno, Carson City and Crystal Bay. NOTICE OP HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Tha( a public hearing In the above entitled matter will bt held: August 31, 1945 Monday 10:00 o'clock A.M. Public Service Commission of Nevada Nye Building (Old Highway Building) Room No. MI Carson City, Nevada when and where every Interested party may appear and b« heard. BY THE COMMISSION, /if Leslie W. Carlson LESLIE W. CARLSON, Commissioner Attest: /s/ William E. Mooney WILLIAM E. MOONEY, Secretary Dated: Carson City, Nevada July 17, 1945 (SEAL) SPECIAL OFFERS FREE BAR*B*Q STEAK PLATTER with every $2.00 worth of Dry Cleaning, Pressing or Laundry * Quality-made * Colorful * 1001 Mealtime Uses They're big and beautiful steak and picnic platters 1001 uses any time of the year, but especially right It's easy to get your first one ... or collect a whole set. Sturdy, heavyweight plastic in three summer-bright colors and white. Hurry ... the supply of platters limited. Come in and start your set now! DO ALL YOUR WASHING, DRYING AND DRYCLEANING THE FAST AND ECONOMICAL NORGE VILLAGE WAY. COMPLETE, ONE-STOP SERVICE. WHY PAY MORE WHEN THE NORGE WAY IS THE BEST WAY! ASK HOW YOU CAN GET YOUR BAR-B-Q PLATTER. Expires August 31st 7 DIAMONDS Laundry and Cleaning Village 141 East Pueblo St., Reno, Nev. Yerington Girl Named Delegate Miss Leah Burr, Yerington, will be sponsored Farm Bureau to by Nevada attend the fifth Annual Nevada Citizenship Conference to be held at the Jot Travis Union Building on the University of Nevada cam- and two landed between Contact and Jackpot, a distance of 330 CALL YOUR PROGRESSIVE SIERRA PACIFIC POWER COMPANY day's events, Ed McClanahan of Youth delegates from through- place with 2,780 total points and Ivans was in a close second position with 2,779. Boh Klemmed- hear and participate in the pro- elude Miss Marilyn Van Derbur, PHONE 786-1551 EXT. 347 The average age of the soaring enthusiasts in the competi- § THE TOAST OF SAN FRANCISCO (§ NATIONAL AIR RACES Will Consider Proposals to Operate Concessions At Reno Sky Ranch, Pyramid Lake Road September 6 thru 12,1965 For Safe of the Following: BEER · FOOD SOFT DRINKS SEAT CUSHIONS · SOUVENIRS 4 NOVELTIES FILM CAMERA SUPPLIES Submit proposals, including minimum guarantee, insurance coverage, percent- age of gross payment, method of accounting, and evidence of ability to per- form, in writing to: BOARD OF TRUSTEES NATIONAL AIR RACES P.O. Box 1429, Reno, Nevada Reno Municipal Airport--Phone 786-5310 CLOSING DATE FOR PROPOSALS AUGUST 19,1965 ·········liTM^TM"TMTMTM^TM »- , NEWSPAPER!

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