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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - September 29, 1966, Reno, Nevada Area Deaths Death Notices OLIVIER! Friends are invited to at Ross, Burke and Knobel Mortuary Saturday at 930 AM, thence to Church of the Little Flower where a Requiem Mass will be rele brated for Paladmo Olwien at 10 08 Recitation of the Rosary will be held at 7 30 P M at the Home Ctwpel on Friday Burial m Our Mother of Sorrows ROE Friends of William Earl Roe are invited to gather on Friday morn 1119 September 30, at 30 AM at the Pyramid Funeral Home, 1538 C Street, Sparks, and thence to the Immaculate Conception Church where a Requiem Mass will be celebrated at 10 00 A M Recitation of the Holy Rosary will be Thursday 7 30 P M m the Chapel of the Praying Hands of the Pyramid Funeral Home. Interment will In the Mt. View Cemetery Paladino Olivier! Paladmo Frank Olivieri, 73 of 328 Moran St died Wednes- day m a Reno hospital A native of Italy, Ohvien had resided in Nevada for 35 years anl had been employed as a, boilermaker with the Southern acific railroad. Surviving are his daughter, Marion Girola, of Reno; a son Art Olivieri, ol Oregon; a nephew. John, of San Diego Calif and grandchildren, Maik and Julie Girola, of Reno Funeral arrangements are pending at Ross, Burke, and Knobel Mortuary Recitation of the Rosary be held Friday at 7.30 p m. in the home chapel of the Ross, Burke and Knobel Mortuary. Requiem Mass will be celebial- pd Saturday at 10 am m the Church of the Little Flower Burial will be m Our Mothei Claire W. Smith Claire W Smith, a resident of Reno for 75 yeais. died in a local hospital Sunday She was 83 >ears old. Mrs Smith was bom Sept. 21. 1884 in Camden, N J She retired hotel housekeeper Funeral services will be held in the Drawing Room Chapel of the Walton Funeral Home at 10 a m Saturday and burial will be held at the Mountain View Cemetery Pastor James Olsen of the Faith Lutheran Church will officiate. David Lynn Finley A funeial service for Ljnn Finlev will be held Fri- day at 1 p m in the Walton Funeral Home The Blake M Franklin of the First Baptist Church will be the clergyman. Cremation will follow m Moun- tain View Crematory Finley, 23, died in a fire at 601 Willow St. Monday. He was an employe of Jerry's Car Wash and had lived in Reno four months He was a native of Taft, Calif. WEATHER (Information by U S Weather Bureau at Reno Municipal Airport Temperatures high and low for 24 hours ending at t a.m., Sept. tt) Nevada-California Station RENO Austin Battle Mountain Carson Elko Ely Fa I Ion Las Vegas Lovelock Tonopah Winncmucca Bishop Sacramento Susanville Tahoe Airport Truckee FORECASTS H L 37 74 78 38 77 37 79 40 74 77 SO 90 62 80 49 80 54 81 40 85 50 103 68 82 -42 73 :5 75 31 Melvin Brown Melvin Brown. 60 of 148 Sun Valley Drive, Sun Valley, died today in a Reno hospital. He was born in Salt Lake City, Utah, Nov. 24 1905 and had been a resident of Sun Val- ley for 31 years. He was the owner of Broun's Upholstering of Sorrows Cemetery. Donald T.Wilson Donald T. Wilson, well known Hawthorne insurance and real estate agent, died Sept. 22 at Mt Grant Hospital. He was stricken seriously ill in July and had been in the hospital most of the time since then Funeral services were con- ducted at Hawthorne Funeral Home on Saturday afternoon by Hawthorne Lodge of Elks of which Wilson was a member. Burial was in the Hawthorne Cemetery. Born in Ottumwa, Iowa, on April 24, 1892, Wilson was reared and educated in that state. As a young man he moved to California where he was engaged in business until moving to Reno in the early 1930's. During his residence in Reno he operated a taxi ser- vice and was an automobile salesman Moving to Hawthorne in 1951, Wilson was employed for sev- eral years as an automobile salesman until he opened his Insurance and real estate office which he operated until the time of his death. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Angela Wilson of Haw- Ihorne, and two sisters, Mrs. Hallie Baird and Mrs. Lenore L Nier, both of Tucson, Ariz. Shop He is sunived by his widow, Chrystal Funeral RENr- AND VICINITY Fair through Friday with warm days and cool nights Light easterly wind today Very nigh fire danger Expected high today, 84 Low tonight 32 High tomorrow, 86 WESTERN NEVADA Fair through Friday Slightly warmer today. Very high fire danger SIERRA NEVADA Fair north por- tion through Friday but whh variable cloudiness and local thunderstorms south poriton Continued warm with very high fire danger SOUTHERN NEVADA Variable cloudiness today through Friday but mostly sunny and slightly warmer today EASTERN NEVADA Fair through Friday Little temperature change PRECIPITATION Amount recorded in 24 hour period eitaing 4am none July 1 10 date 12 Last year to date, 2-50 Normal July 1 to date, 64 SUNSET today 4 45 m SUNRISE Friday, 6 54 a m THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Yesterday's High This Morning's Low 24-hour Precipitation High Low Pr. Albany, cloudj .....68 48 Albuquerque clear 79 51 Atlanta cloudy 72 64 .27 Sismarck, cloudy 76 42 Boise, clear....... 77 52 Boston, cloudy 66 55 Buffalo, cloudy----- 62 49 Chicago, cloudy 68 57 .03 Jmcmnati, cloudy ..69 50 cloudy 66 49 Denver, clear...... 79 51 Des Momes, clear 70 52 Detroit, cloudy 67 52 of said day, in front of the Court House State of Nevada sell at public auction for lawful money of the Um'ed States of America, all the right title and interest of said defendant GASPER 8, GASPER the above described arrangements are pendmg at Walton Funeral Home. College Prank Victim Rescued By Reno Police Four University of Nevada students forced a fifth student into the trunk of a car Tues- day, locked it, then rode around downtown with him, Reno po- lice said. Police said they received a call from, a woman, on Mill Street who said she saw the youth being forced into the (rank found of a vehicle It a few minutes later parked in front of a downtown casino. Policeman said that as Jim Hartshorne p approached the Fire Calls car he heard Dwight W. Con- nely pounding on the truck and calling "Let me out. Let me out." The students, all members of the Lambda Chi Alpha Frater- nity, were warned about the seriousness of the incident then released. Hartshorne said the youths told him they did it as a "fra- ternity joke Firemen answered these calls between 11 a m. Wednesday and 11 am. today RENO 3 05 p m railroad tracks at N Vlr- inia Street, trash fire no damage 4 15 p m, 1000 S Virginia St, car fire out on arrival 919 p m 550 Grove St, spilled gaso line ignited SPARKS T p m, south end of Washoe Lake three acies of brush, no damage (BLM and Pleasant Val ey also rseponded to call) 4 12 pm, 1132 C St, srease in oven Ignited, damage 5 13 p m 12th and C Streets, car leak- Ing gas, no damage CARSON CITY 1244 pm. Duck Hill, brush fire (Di- vision of Forestry also responded to the DIVISION OF FORESTRY No calls LtOAL NUIK.E3 SHERIFFS SALE Of REAL ESTATE UNDER EXECUTION No CONSOLIDATED FOODS CORPORA TION dba Sun Blest Foods of Nevada Plaintiff A. L. GASPER GASPER, INC., Defendant Under and by virtue of an execution issued out of the Second Judicial DIs trtct Court, of the State of Nevada, in and for me County of Washoe, wherein CONSOLIDATED FOODS CORPORA TION, et-all above named plaintiff recovered a judgment against ALBERT L GASPER, the above named defendant, for the sum of Fifleen Thousand Five Hundred Poor 67100 Dollars SI 5 504 69, damages, vuth interest on al the rate of 7 per cent per annum till paid, together with costs and disburse ments amounting to the sum of S3 939 o3 as appears to us of record, besides advertising upon a judgment rendered the 29th day of AUGUST A D 1946 1 have this day levied upon all the right title claim and interest of the above named defendant, ALBERT L GASPER of, in and to the following described real es late, to wit LOTS S and in Block 9 of MORRILL SMITH ADDITION TO RENO accord Ing to the map thereof, filed in the office of the County Recorder of Washoe County State of Nevada on August 15, 1904 1429 East Fourth Street Reno Nevada Public notice is hereby given that 1 will on TUESDAY the 18th aay of OC TOBER AD 1966 at 1000 o clock THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE No 231945 Dept No 4 In the Matter of Petition of GEORGE EDWARD STRUNK, For Change of Name NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the above named petitioner has this day filed a petition with the Court for an order that his name be changed Petitioner s present name is GEORGE EDWARD STRUNK The name which he desires to beai in me future Is JAMES SCOTT KING DATED September 27 Bart M Schouweiler One East First Street Reno, Attorney for Petitioner Sepi Oct. 6 13-20 THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE No 231 Dept No 3 BRUCE BARROW JONES, Plaintiff vs GERTRUDE KAVESH JONES, Defendant SUMMONS The State of Nevada sends greetings to the above-named defendant You are hereby summoned and required to serve upon plaintiff s attorney whose name and address is HARRY B SWANSON, ESQ. Suite 1106, One East First St Reno, Nevada an answer to the Com LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS The second .nstallment of the Washoe County property taxes is now due at the office of nty Treasurer Court House Reno, Nevada If not paid on or before October 3 1966, charges will be added to poncioal sum due C W Malone Washoe County Treasurer Ex-officio Tax Receiver Sept 17-19 20-21 28 29 Oct 2 APPLICATION FOR PERMISSION TO CHANGE POINT OF DIVERSION, MANNER AND PLACE OF USE OF THE PUBLIC WATERS OF THS STATE OF NEVADA HERETOFORE APPROPRIATED Application 23265 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that on the 25th day of July, 1966, Sierra Pacific Power Co of Reno County of Washoe RENO EVEXIXC GAZETTE, September 29, 1966-31 LEGAL NOTICES IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE NO 227333 Dept No 4 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF JOSEPrllNE ANN DuBOIS, aka JOSE PHINE DuBOIS, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby aiven that the under signed has been duly appointed and qualified by the above entitled Court on the 2nd day of September, A D 1966 as Execvtor of estate of JOSEPHINE ANN DuBOIS aka JOSCPHINE DuBOIS, All creditors having clalrm against said Estate are required to file the same with the proper vouchers attached, with the Clerk ot the Court within three months after the first publication of this 2 AD Francis E DuBols notice State of Nevada made application to Oated September the State Engineer of Nevada for per mission to change the point of diversion, Howard L Cunnmah..... manner and place of use of 125 c f s i Attorney for the Estate not to exceed 230 acre-feet per season sept 6 of water heretofore appropriated under Claim No 430 Truckee River Final De cree Docket In Equity No A3, In the District Court of the United States m and for the District of Nevada The United States of America vs Orr Water Ditch Company Diversion is to be made from the Truckee River at the new point of di version in the SE'4 SE'4 Sec 10 T 19 N R 19 E M D B 8.M or at a point from which the S E Cor of said Sec 10 bears S 69 degrees 57' in the CitV'oV Washoe you. within 20 days after o. V Idle- claim INC of in or to _____ ___ property or so much thereof as may be necessary to raise sufficient money to satisfy said judgment with interest cost aid accru- ing costs, to the highest bidder Dated this 27th day of September A D C W YOUNG Sheriff of Washoe County, State of Nevada By (S) Frank R Koontz Chief Civil Deputy Sheriff Sept 6 13 17 1966 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS INVITATION TO BID Sealed Bids will be received by the State of Nevada Planning Board in Room 225, Nye Building 201 South Fall Street, Carson City, Nevada, until 2 00 PM POST, October 4, 1946 for the Remodel Of INTENSIVE CARE WARDS 1966 CIP, Nevada State Hospital, Sparks, Nevada Such sealed Bids as are received will be opened and read publicly at the above hour, date and place by a repre- sentative of the State of Nevada Planning Board Bids must be submitted on a Bid Form supplied with the plans and "water will-be day of service If you fail to do so wSV be tak'S, against Vrl you for the relief demanded m the P seeT 31 32 33 T 20 N R 20 Complaint Tnls action Is being brought Sees 31 32 33 T 20 N R zo to recover a judgment dissolving the M8 E Sees 1 2 contract of marnaee and bonds of mat ,1 u 17 rlmony now existing between you and ,0 71' -h n 54 M 76 27 T 19 plaintiff on the grounds that yoo have 18' B S.M and will be treated plaintiff with extreme cruelty N R E M D B 8.M and will De entirely mental In nature, all as alleged in plaintiff s ccrnplamt on file herein waier was oiveriro irgm nm nuum (SEAL) oi1 nK rffrk diversion NOTICE ADVERTISERS To better our users of DJsplcy and Classified are to check their when they first ap- pear If not notified ta error Imme- diately following me first Insertion these newspapers will not accept responsibility for any errors In lequent Insertions. READERS- used for domestic and municipal pur poses for the period ot use as set forth In said decree Water was diverted from the Truckee Iver at the existing point of diversion located within NW'4 SE'4 Sec 11. T 19 N R 19 E M D B 5.M or at a point from which the S W Cor _ of said 0'feefToVhran' Water was m ate of last publication Sept 29 1966 (S) GEORGE W HENNEN State Engineer Sept 1 8 15-22 29 liver at the existing located within the BILL NO 1942 ORDINANCE NO AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND CHAP- TER 14, ARTICLE III OF THE RENO MUNICIPAL CODE CONCERNING "A LAND USE PLAN WITHIN THE CITY OF RENO REGULATING AND RE STRICTING THE USE OF LAND, THE LOCATION AND USE OF BUILD- INGS AND OTHER STRUCTURES, THE DENSITY OF POPULATION AND PROPORTION OF LAND TO BE COV ERED BY STRUCTURES, ESTABLISH- ING BUILDING SET-BACK LINES, PROVIDING FOR THE ADJUSTMENT ENFORCEMENT AND AMENDMENT OF SA'D LAND USE PLAN AND PROVIDING PENALTIES FOR VIO- BIDS WANTED FOR HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed proposals will be received by the Directors of the Department of Highways of the State of Nevada at then o'fice In the State Highway Build- ing Carson City, Nevada, until and opened at 1 30 P M Pacific Daylight Saving Time on October 20 1966 for Project No F-002K25) of a portion of the Primary Highway Sys tem in Douglas on U S High- way 50 between Cave Rock ai d Glen brook, a length of 2 445 miles The minimum wage to be paid on this contract shall be as follows S4 55 per hour for unskilled empolyees, S445 per hour for intermediate grade em ployees, and per hour for skilled Employment lists may be obtained from the local office of Nevada Employment Security Department at Har rison and Tallac Avenues, P. O. Box 418, Al Tahoe, California. Plans and specifications may be ex- amined at the office of the underslgnetf, the Highway Department District Offices at Las Vegas and Reno, Nevada, the Regional Office of the Bureau of Public Roads, 450 Golden Gate Avenue, Box 36096 San Francisco California 94102, and the Associated General Contractors of America, 110 North 27th Street, Boise, Idaho, 438 South Mam Street Salt Lake City, Utah and 300 South Wells Avenue, Reno, Nevada Plans form of proposal, contract and specifications may be se cured by pre qualified bidders through the office of the undersignetf A fee ot Ten Dollars is required for the purchase of each copy of the plans with proposal form Plans proposal form and specifications obtained on this basis are non-returnable and no refund will be made Bids must be on the proposal form of the Highway Department and must be accompanied by a bid bond, a certified check, a cashier's check, or point of diversion SE'4 Sec 11, T 19 E, MDB S.M or at a point from which the SW Cor of said Sec 11 bears S 69 degrees 15' W, a distance of feet (Cochran Ditch) Water was conveyed to the existing place of use located within the SEN SW'A Sec, 12 T 19 N R 19 E MDB Cl 0 acres) Date of first publication Sept. 1, 1966 Date of last publication Sept 29, 964 (S) GEORGE W HENNEN State Engineer Sept l-S-15-22 29 cash LATIONS THEREOF BY ADDING the amount of five percent IN THE JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE No 131116 Dept No 4 In the Matter of the Parental Rights as to VICKI LYNNE DILBECK, a minor NOTICE To THOMAS JOEL DILBECK, father of the above named minor, and to al persons claiming any Interest in the above matter You hereby notified that there has been filed in the above entitled court petition praying for tfw termln atlon of your parental rights over the above named minor person, that the said pitition has been set for hear- ing before this court, at the courtroom threrof, at Reno, in tfie County of Wash- oe, State of Nevada, on the 9th day o November, 1964, at 4 o'clock p m, a which time and place you are required to be present if you desire ta oppose said petition Dated this 24th day of August, 1946 H K BROWN, Clerk By N STEWART, Deputy Sept 1 9 15-22 29 APPLICATION FOR PERMISSION TO CHANGE POINT OF DIVERSION, MANNER AND PLACE OF USE OF THE PUBLIC WATERS OF THE STATE OF NEVADA HERETOFORE APPROPRIATED ApphcMion 23269 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that on he 25th day of July, 1966, Sierra Pa cific Power Co, of Reno County of Washoe State of Nevada made appllca ion to the State Engineer of Nevada :or permission to change the point of diversion, manner and place of use of 03 c f s not to exceed 5 0 acre feet per season of water heretofore appropi ated under Claim No Truckee River Final Decree Docket in Equity No A-3 in the District Court of the United States in and for the District of Nevada The United States of Amer-
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