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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - March 14, 1961, Reno, Nevada                                DRIVING SAFETY Let This Become Yeu la Trade 10 Bitve Died In 1961 RENO EVENING GAZETTE A Newspaper tor the Home Information arid enjoyment for every member of the family WEATHER Partly Cloudy Through Wednesday Light Showers Tonight Little Temperature TEMPERATURES Minimum 40 Noontime ROAD INFORMATION Call BO 1-2345 EIGHTY-FIFTH YEAR PHONE FA 3-3161 MARCH 14, 1961 PHONE FA 3-3161 18 PAGES 10 CENTS LATIN AID PLAN ADVOCATED Mayor Breaks Tie Reno City Hall Is Sold To First National Bank Reno's City HaJI was sold last Bight to the First National Bank of Nevada for The decision came in a prise maneuver by the city council reconsider an earlier action to the bank's offer for the 55-year-old building at First and Center The offer was scheduled to ex pire bank officials did no indicate their plans for the down town city hall sources sak they understood that the building will be torn down and a parking lot installed until plans for future development are JACK I'M NOT CHICKEN Each Accused the Other of Fadeout Paar Calls Sullivan Dares Him to Seek Damages NEW YORK Paar said on the air Monday night that Sullivan is a he challenged Sullivan to sue him for Sullivan said he had no in- tention of Paar told his nationwide sion audience that Sullivan did not tell the truth about the reason for cancellation of their scheduled TV Jn a under Sullivan would have to tell the indicating this was the reason for his Sullivan was to have debated Paar on NBC Monday night over the question of Policeman's Killer Still Eludes Law M.O. gunman charged wife slaying a policeman has vanished into fee choked hills of southeast Authorities said they were certain that Douglas Wayne 27, of still was in the woods near Marble 30 miles west of Thompson has been sought since Friday night when one policeman was slain and two others were wounded in running gun battles wife him and a The Sammy A. 26, of was Lt. E. B. Barnham of fee Missouri Highway Patrol said Thompson possibly getting help from people who live back in fee either for money or He also salt the fugitive might be lost in fee trackless Officers maintained roadblocks and roving through fee The fugitive is believed armed wife and a who was with son during fee two gun fights wife was captured So was Calvin W. 22, who accompanied the pair in an escape from jail in San Luis last mi He was not in- volved in the Mr. K. Confident On Man in Space LONDON today said his government is confident time is not far off when the first space ship with a roan aboard will dash into outer The debate was called off day with each side blaming fee a newspaper nist and star of his own show on Paar had on arrangements for the Paar said this was not He said Sullivan did not appear on the videotaped show before a dio audience because would commit suicide before an DESPITE SMOKE SCREEN Pnar said all of Sullivan's rules for the debate had agreed fee tion of two Paar wanted an Paar said he wanted fee debaters to be able to ask each other to discuss their rather than each make a formal statement and re- Asked to comment on Paar's Sullivan said he did not intend to sue but would still like to won't tell a lie about he all the screen and all fee publicity from this fellow walked out on the The argument came out into the open last week when Sullivan an- feat any performer who appeared on Paar's telecast for the union minimum of would receive no more for appearing on Sullivan's Sunday night variety Performers receive as much as for appearing Demonstrations MANILA A thousand university students demonstrated at against an in- of at fee University of fee The decisive vote sold City Hall came from Mayor Bud who broke fee tie posed by two wrangling three-man camps o councilmen arguing for against fee bank's Earlier the council had indica led informally that it wanted a least DOESN'T KNOW The mayor said he doesn't know yet what city officials will do about finding new quarters but added feat fee present city in 1906, is a ramshackle trap would have been long ago under any other owner than the Baker said he voted to sell the building because he thought fee Bank's was fair and the city should while ing is Councilman George who fought Jhe move along wife oilmen Dick Dimond and Joseph called fee sale extremely dangerous He charged fee sudden sale was made wife enough research and without the benefit of facts and He Turn to Page 14, Col. 3. Lockheed Given Billion Pact For Jet Building SAN DIEGO tiring of additional em- ployes ir. San Diego by Convair las been announced by C. MacBride acting lent of the ship making division of General Corp. His announcement came on the of fee award in Washington today of a billion or which Convair had been to Lockheed Aircraft Corp. or military jet McBride said failure to get the was a serious blow to but has not seen the only egg in our He said the new employes rould work on the 880 and 990 jet airliner LOOKING AHEAD Richard Nixon Richard Nixon Joins Law Firm In Los Angeles LOS ANGELES Milhous who rose from small town lawyer to vice dent of fee United is back in a law office The defeated Republican candidate ended two months of speculation about his future Monday when he told a news He is joining the large Los An- gles law firm of Duque and He will divide his time between he law office and a run political Employes Heed Kennedy Strike Averted Wash. A plea from President warded off a strike of workers at the sprawling Hanford Atomic Products tion late Monday The President sent telegrams to the principal officials saying of the nature of the operation at the he urged the strike deadline be set back from a.m. today to midnight March 31. CLASSIFIED AD TELLS OF LOVE Tenn. He was too far from homo to pass out BO James ford used a newspaper ad to an- tho birth of his The classified ad On March 6, 1961, the sweetest wife In the world pre- sented me with a God bless all May all husbands love their as I do CONFLICT AVOIDED He will scrupulously avoid any activity that might lead to charges of conflict of He intends to provide for the Republican party In California and fee Nixon noted he will work as not for fee As he he will tie paid only for those cases which bandies As a Turn to Page 14, Col. 2. CONVENTION CENTER SIDETRACKED Measure Goes To May Die There Legislative Bureau Reno's convention center which survived a sudden coup effort Monday afternoon was sidetracked into the Washoe delegation tills morning and die When the came up on fee second reading Speaker Chester moved that the be 0 a select committee of the and the ikm carried on a roll call 22-21 with three absent and one not Christensen turned the rostrum over to John speaker so he could make his motion from the A few minutes Mike Mi- chairman of the oe County Board of appeared before the sitting as a committee of the to oppose the which gives tlie oe County Fait and Recreation Board clear authority to con- demn land it seeks as a tion center NO Mirabelli said passage of the by the legislature would be 1 vote of no confidence in the Washoe County the majority of which refused to start condemnation proceedings on the Mill Street site selected by he county fair and recreation as the convention center Mirabelli Cardinal Opposes School ST. Mo. ardinal Ritter of St. Louis says IB is opposed to federal aid to rf it comes c children should share it Cardinal Ritter told the arch- Council of Catholic Men we really want ral I personally am opposed o it It's my personal conviction he parents ought to keep the schools in their own federal aid before fee year is jecome a As it is now there is no question in my mind but that it discriminates against children who attend ate If funds are for the educational benefit f fee children of then all children should share in that Vo Need to She Died Very Rich After Frugal Life France worked long ours in fee little inn she ran and ved frugally for years on only read and Villagers felt sorry for When she died recently at fee age of 73, villagers found she several estates and had warded gold coins worth more han Comstock Editor's Diaries Sold to State SAN FRANCISCO The Alt diaries of the heydey of the Comstock and Mother Lode and silver rush days have xen purchased for by of Nevada from a dealer in rare John Howell Books purchased he journals from heirs in 1358. The firm will turn them over to fee University of Nevada this The 79 handwritten volumes give vivid impressions of barroom hangings and gold and silver strikes over a 54-year 1849 to 1903. He also wrote of glee dub recitals and On the Comstock in 1872, the Russians were a subject of inter- est. Doten quoted this toast by a the visiting Russian to fee American Eagle and fee Russian one wears feathers and the other One is here and the other But gether they make a jolly good Alt cian and father confessor to his comrades in Nevada and wrote several paragraphs in his diaries each He broke his arm once and his wife took his dictation to keep up fee When Mark Twain was ing for fee Territorial Enterprise of Virginia Doten was associate Doten also founded fee Gold Hill News and edited newspapers in other He began his journals when he shipped out of founded the Gold Hill News and edited newspapers in other He his journals when he shipped out of on fee bark Yeoman in March 1849. Nineteen years he was to write from Gold Sole Thirty-one years said a majority of Vashoe residents were opposed o fee Mill Street as were most hotel owners in fee The county commission nan said that favorable tive action on the which ready has passed fee would only a few ar individuals and go against wishes of the majority of arguments were an- swered by Sen. Peter fee Echeverria said that Washoe progress was hampered y a of delayed construction of fee ew Reno High School 12 years fee Third Street Freeway and now fee convention cen He said fee merely ied ambiguous language in law passed by the ask you to clarify the guage in fee law so that our Torn to Page 14, Col. S. MISS BELINDA LEE Home From Las Vegas Auto Accident i Kills British Film Actress SAN Calif. somersaulting automobile flung British actress Belinda Lee 63 feet to her death Monday and injured three Italian including her The beautiful box-office star was returning to Hollywood from a trip to Las Nev. The Italians have been making a documentary not involving Miss 26. 100 MILES AN HOUR The station estimated by a witness to be going more than 100 an blew its left rear skidded a ditch and crashed upside fee highway patrol Hiss lived 15 or 20 Her movie director iero 41, suffered a broken He was reported in condition at Barstow Com- munity where fee in- jured were Two other men in fee car lesser The crash occurred about 150 miles northeast of Miss born in made her screen in 1954, in The young beauty was voted one of fee top British money-making stars in fee 1957 Motion Picture poll conducted by fee movie Hoffa Lawyers Call Witnesses n Court Try Fla. leys for James R. Hoffa called witnesses today in an effort to support pleas for dis- missal of a 12-count federal mail raud indictment against the labor eader and two it possible to move along U.S. Dist. Judge Joseph Lieb asked attorneys at fee second session of the you agree what evidence is going to be introduced and let us dispense with calling some of hese James T. Dowd of Department told fee judge he could not gree to accept as evidence ments from defense He asked that the defense witnesses e Jurors Are LOS ANGELES the rst time since they were called or duty last Jan. 3, jurors at murder trial No. 3 were up Monday night on un- explained orders from the Usually a jury is locked up after But the case f Dr. R. Bernard Finch and Miss Carole Tregoff is not expected to o to the jury for a Final arguments continue 43, and Miss 24, re accused of murdering the or's Barbara 36, July Two previous trials ended jury Million President Lists Grave Red Peril WASHINGTON President Kennedy today urged Congress to provide million as the first step in aid to Latin He said there is and imminent danger that desperate peoples will turn to communism or other forms of if help is not The President sent a special message to the Capitol in a follow up to address Monday nigh calling lor a 10-year aid program of for south of the border na He advocated hoisting banner with this tyranny The administration outlined by Kennedy in a Whiti House speech to Latin-American keyed to the idea o an alliance of He wants he Latin-American countries oin with the United States in massive drive to improve living and thereby help ous tyranny from a hemisphere in it has no rightful Kennedy made it clear he hac Cuba and the Dominican Republic in mind in saying STEP In his message the ent asked Congress to te million as an initial step n the over-all aid to meet a U.S. commitment made ast year at On Cold War In Abrupt End UNITED to take cold war off the U.N. General sembly collapsed today amid charges that the West s trying to block debate on vital Delegates to the 99-nation Assembly awaited a move by Frederick H. Boland ol reland to get the assembly Eduard chairman if an- he had complained ay to Boland about the status of resumed the guise of a desire to a debate on cold war mutual The U.S. share was authorized by Congress at the ast but the money hasn't jeen provided Congress also authorized million in aid last year for recon struction and rehabilitation a areas of Southern Chile devastated by earthquakes and Kennedy urged speedy appropriation of this money the rebuilding le economy of Southern Chile can proceed without In calling for fulfillment of commitment at Bogota as rart of the administration's ral aid Kennedy Act of Bogota marks an historic turning point the evolution of the Western For the first time the American nations have agreed o join in a massive cooperative to strengthen Democratic institutions through a program of Turn Page 14, Col. 4 from taking constructive action on the solution of which would greatly contribute o liquidation of the cold He said he Insisted to Boland the work of the resumed session begin Western sources said this amounted to notice from the viet bloc that it regarded Vest negotiations the assembly agenda as having col- since Romania would not have put out the statement out consulting the Soviet Italian Names Cigaret Sponsor By Pleas NEW YORK Liggett Myers Tobacco Co. announced oday that it will drop sponsorship f a tele- vision show that has aroused the re of persons of Italian The company also said it was and in It said it is not continuing this under its renewal sponsorship with me American Broadcasting Co. tele- vision network ta the three The reason given by fee com- Diplomat Must Leave Cuba HAVANA A West man diplomat today was ordered out of Cuba within 48 hours for entering a beach house he had rented and fee government nad sealed because it belonged to a F. com- attache in the West man said he had rented fee place on Beach six months before it was Baumann said shortly after he fee house Saturday night militiamen came to ask if he had roke fee The Cuban Foreign charged him with an of violation of Cuban bulletins Stop On Progress LONDON The London will issue no more bulletins fee progress of Elizabeth or's recovery from i hospital spokesman said fee 29- star is doing so well letins won't be pany was that fee programs have been rescheduled by ABC at 10 to 11 p.m. rather than to p.m. Persons of Italian descent had protested at fee number of sters who bore Italian names in a Thursday night program based on activities of federal agents during the Rep. Alfred state president of fee Federation of Democratic had Sunday that Americans of Italian tion would be urged to boycott four brands of cigarettes produced by Liggett An ABC studio was picketed last Thursday by a group of 250 persons including Anthony Brooklyn shore leader and brother of dered mobster Albert The longshoremen threatened to stop handling Liggett Myers products in protest against fee use of Italian names on Albert known as fee for fee old Brooklyn was shot to death in 1957 while getting a haircut in a Liggett Myers produces L. M. filter and Duke In an informal survey in- Liggett Myers rettes were selling normally in both state controlled cigarette stores and on street corner black markets despite objections to fee RODEO STAR DIES Ariz. E. 39, one of fee rodeo circuit's greatest and most ful died Monday in a hospital from complications ming from Crewmen Jump Before Crash YUBA CITY huge eight et heavy bomber from their Air Force Base at mento and caught fire today near Yuba Four crewmen parachuted to Two others survived the The sheriff's office checked re- there were two A normally carries crew of A Mather Air Force base fire ruck driver was killed hurrying o fee scene when his truck over- umed near Two of the crewmen had broken The still was before The aircraft is a ong range bomber with a wing wn of 185 feet and a length of 56 Its cost is in the of Given Million Jy Tax Collectors Fla. federal hit heavyweight mar Johansson wife a million tax moments after he lost last ight to champion Floyd Patterson and told him not to leave the it was revealed Federal authorities said the fighter was in his dressing room by an immigration gent and two deputy Johansson is accused by the of failing to pay on 1960 was told that he being sued for another ringing the total to his 1961 The Internal Revenue Service said fee tax was due INDEX Amusements 12 Am Landers 7 Classified Ads 14-17 Comics 13 Crossword Puzzle 4 Editorials 4 Facoby on Bridge 18 Notices 14 Report 5 Guideposts 2 Regional News 9 Markets 14 Sports Sylvia Porter s Television Log 14 Women's  

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