Nevada State Journal from Reno, Nevada on November 10, 1955 · Page 3
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Nevada State Journal from Reno, Nevada · Page 3

Reno, Nevada
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Thursday, November 10, 1955
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1955 Decision Near PFC MORRIS SCOTT w " " wt " TM aki . ng . a Parachute jump in German In Thunderbird License Case NEVADA STATE JOURNAL, RENO. NEVADA Judge Brown Still Working On Details BT UNITED PRESS District Judge Merwyn H Brown of Winnemucca said he expects *o announce his decision in the Thunderbird Hotel gambling license case "in a week or so " Broun, here to attend the convention of the state bar association, reported he was "still work- jng" on his decision m the controversial case. He will decide whether Marion Hicks and former Lt. Gov. Clifford Jones are to be granted a permanent injunction preventing the state tax commission from re- xokmg their gaming licenses in the casino of the Las Vegas resort hotel. -"· They are accused of concealing hidden interests the commission believed were held by hoodlum Jake Lansky and gambler George Sadlo. Both men denied the charge, contending the tax commission's action was arbitrary, capricious and dictated by political reasons to further the re-elec- of Reno is shown below , . - - checking his gear before making a parachute jump in Germany. Pfc Scptt, son of Mrs. Frank Lyon 237 Stewart St., is a member of a unit which repairs repacks chutes, and makes jumps with the equipment it services. The 18-year-old soldier arrived overseas last April. (Army) tion campaign of Gov. Charles Russell, board chairman, last fall Library Notes Education Week SPEBSQSA Members, Christopher Education Week display has been arranged by the Washoe County Library at the suggestion of the Reno Classroom Teachers Association. The display includes not onl a number of books on teachin from nursery school throug higher and vocational education but also titles on the theory o education, the present challeng to our schools, parents obliga tion in education, and academi freedom Of particular interest to educators and teachers is the large number of current penodi cals to which the library subscribes. "We feel it is most appropriate for the library to cooperate with the teachers in this educational week project," said Miss Helen Wood, Washoe County librarian. "The present day library is most certainly an extension of our educational system." · * Foiling Accidents Injure 2 Persons Two persons who fell and injured themselves were given transportation to Washoe Medical Center Sunday by city ambulance Frances Sutherland, 636 Lake St., suffered slight shock and a back injury at 11 39 a m. when she fell in a downtown club. Beryl Klemm, 667 Chestnut St, tripped on a sidewalk m front of her home at 8:49 p m , receiving a cut lip and bruises of the face. Lynch Both Present Fine Concerts Much Enjoyed by Reno Listeners Two musical events, sponsored by Reno organizations were greatly enjoyed by representative audiences during QPi?i a ^A T days Saturday night the Reno Chapter bPEBQSA, Inc., and the Reno Lions Club presented a Harvest of Harmony" at the civic auditorium. Tuesday night the Newman Club of the University of Nevada presented Christopher Lynch, Miss Joan Walker and Volya Hofues Seeking Lease on Hotel In Clark County Former Owner Of Golden Interested In Stardust By UNITED PRESS Frank Hofues, the big million aire operator who bought and so] the Golden Hotel during recen years, now is reported to be inter ested in the uncompleted Star dust Hotel In Ciark county. Although the state gambling control board in Carson City has received no formal gambling h cense application f r o m t h e wealthy Western hotel man and his associates, reports are current in Las Vegas that Hofues is negotiating for a ten-year lease on the uncompleted thousand-room Strip resort hotel. Construction of the multi-million-dollar Stardust has been at a virtual standstill since the death several months ago of its major promoter, Tony Cornero Stralla. If Hofues completes the Stardust deal, it apparently will not affect gambling operations at the hotel to be conducted by a group headed by Milton B (Farmer) Page, veteran Las Vegas gambler The Page group, however, has been told by the gaming board that it will have to re-apply for a state gambling license since a permit granted by the tax commission before the gambling board became operative has expired -"--· -- - Movie Camera Taken From P a r k e d Auto Glenn Black, Modesto, Calif told Reno police Sunday tha someone had stolen a moving pic ture camera from his car. The camera, an 8-mm Bell and Howell set, along with a leather gadget bag, was taken from Mr Black's car between 9 p m . Sat urday and 8 a.m. Sunday while the vehicle was parkeo on Sierra St. near Second. A windwmg ol the car was broken to gain entry Mr. Black valued the missing property at $124. Funeral Being Held For Mrs. Seccombe Funeral services, to which 'riends are invited, will be held or Mrs. Ollie Day (Lawrence) Seccombe in the Sierra Chapel f Walton Funeral Home this fternoon at 3:00 with the Rev Arthur V. Thurman of the First VTethodist Church officiating 3unal will be in Mountain View Cemetery. Mrs. Seccombe, who resided at 16 State St., died at her home n November 7. Friday Temple Services Set Regular Friday night services will held at Temple Emanu-El tomorrow at 8:00, with Rabbi My- Schwartz in c h a r g e . Rabbi Schwartz will discuss the story of the Jewish calendar. A social hour in the vestry will iollow the service, with Mr.a nd Mrs. Harold Fleischer serving as hosts. Services on Saturday morning will begin at 10 o'clock. Regular Sunday school sessions will begin at 10-30 am. -*Unlicensed Driver Fined in J. P. Court Raymond Lawrence Atwood Tuesday paid two fines in the court of Justice of the Peace Willam Beemer after pleading guilty o driving without a valid driver's icense and without proper vehi- le registration. He paid a fine of $15 for the ack of a driver's license and $5 n the other charge. Arthur Elios Poulin Funeral Service Held Funeral services were held for the late Arthur Elias Poulin yesterday at the Ross-Burke chapel under direction of Reno Lodge No. 13, FAM, and with the Rev. John Ledger of Trinity Episcopal Church clergyman. Selections were sung by Laurance Layman, accompanied by Mrs. Grimmer. The bearers, all Masons, were George Murray, Vern Kester, Laurence Gulling Elliott Gill, Fred Linberry and Rod Granger. Cremation followed at the Mountain View Crematory PAGE THREE ^^^^^···^^·^H AUTO TOWED Left in a red zone yesterday morning, an automobile registered to Sidney Rowlmp, of Sparks ordered towed by Reno police. oar, a 1950 Packard, blocked cn- »rancs to the Western Cigar Co. leading dock at 333 E. Second reports said. DOG MISSING Loss of his female dog was ported to sheriff's deputies Tues. day by Bill Carter of 530 H Sparks. Mr, Carter said the dog answers to the name "Tootsic She weighs between 70 and 80 pounds. "OGNIB' BLACKOUT NOW CALLING FIRST IN RENO! Fabulous--All New Progressive "JP" Machines Ar the Famous Old Wa/c/oJ THE TRACKS / 9:30 p.m. and Midnight NUMBERS FOR NORTH OF $ 2,025°° SPARKS *TM CARSON 9:30 p.m. and Midnight I ···! PUNT Fruit Trees NOW! For Beouty ond Production All VAUIETIES 6 to t FEET $2 50 ea. INSTALLED BY SCHOPPER'S . SECOND ST. PH. 3-7559 Cossack, in a three-part concert. Justice Charles Merrill pas national president of the Barbe Shop singing organization, pre sided at the song festival Satur day night in which seven quartet in addition to the Reno Men' Chorus directed by Joseph V. Bat taglia, participated. Quartets from Oroville, Sacra mento, Salt Lake City, Berkeley 'eninsula, Calif, Pasadena am ieno vied for honors and won real applause with a varied program, professional in every respect. The audience was so pleased that the local Barber Shop Chapter was requested to repeat the show next year. Community singing, directed by Justice Merrill, aded to evening's enjoyment as did the fine work of the Reno Chorus. The Christopher Ljnch concert, in v.hich the well known Irish tenor sang three different groups ot songs, mostly Irish folk songs, was made doubly interesting and enjoyable by the singing of Miss Walker, soprano, attractive Irish girl with a wonderful voice, who came to this country to do concert, radio and TV work, three years ago. Miss Cossack, pianist, presented one group and accompanied Mr. Lynch and Miss Walker. Jerry L'Estrange, representing the Newman Club introduced Mr. [Ljnch, who was making his second appearance here * . SANTA MONICA, Calif, Nov 8. (UP)--Songwriter Hoagy Carmichael, 55, was divorced today by h,s wife, Ruth, 41, on charges he was "cold and indifferent" during their last three years of marriage COMBINATION Win. R. McAlpin Taken by Death William R. McAlpm of 20 Rock St. died at a Reno hospital yesterday in his 78th year. A native of Stillwater, Minn., ; had been a resident of Reno or more than 30 years. He had been a culinary worker since 1902 nd was a member of the Culinary nd Hotel Service Workers' Union Vo. 45. He is survived by his Mdow, Mrs. Annie McAlpin of Reno, and two sons, Doland McAlpin ot Spokane, Wash., and Douglas McAlpin of Reno. Funeral' arrangements, which re incomplete, will be announced y Walton Funeral home. Rated: 'Exceptional' NOW! 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