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Nevada Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - February 6, 1973, Reno, Nevada10-tuesday, february 6, 1973 Reno evening Gazette wednesdays in the Golden rooster room salad italian dressing assorted relish tray marinated kidney and Garbanzo Beans Salami and cheese Board hot garlic bread Spaghetti and meat balls Coffee Tea or milk served from 5 . Regular menu will also be offered different specially dinners monday thru thursday in the Golden rooster room where two Dine for the Price of one Washoe county commission Roundup new attempt to get recreational Park blocked plan denied a recreational vehicle Park proposed on property known As the old Welsh ranch and located Between old Highway 40 and interstate 80 West of Reno was denied monday by the washes county commission. It was the second time Park developers had been denied a special use permit by the com Mission. In 1972 the previous commis Sion denied the request from William Carlyle to construct a 585-space camping and overnight Stop facility for Trail ers and campers because of Lack of sewage facilities questionable Access and concern Over How the development would look. Commissioners however voted to review the plan after a let or from Carlyle answering some of the objections. Monday Ray Smith a Consul Tant representing Carlyle and Engineer Jerry Williams said the Park would not be developed until sewage service could be obtained from the City of Reno. Williams also showed a newly proposed Access Road into the property. Area residents however still opposed the development ques zoning the Access and claiming he property was too valuable to develop in. Such a manner. Commissioners unanimously agreed. I think this Type of develop ment on what i consider to be one of the most Beautiful pieces of property in the area is Prema Ture at this commissioner Dick Scott said. Commissioners had All visited the site and did not seem con Vinced a Safe Access Road particularly for trailers and motor Homes could be constructed. Final plat commissioners also approved a final subdivision plat for Spring boat Springs estates unit no. 1, submitted by Dorothy Towne. Pagni expressed concern Over Street lighting requirements in the 75-lot subdivision and Satis factory lighting was asked As a condition of the final plat approval. Vice said no county Standard for lighting had As yet been developed. Commissioners asked the lighting be set in a manner acceptable to vice and the Sher Iff s department. Welfare guidelines county welfare director Dor is Carpenter presented guide lines and Standard for the Wel fare department for commission approval. She said the purpose of sub mitting them monday was to include fair hearing procedures or welfare recipients who Are Aken off the welfare Rolls. A representative from the be lines to include medical Assis Tance under the open hearing provisions. Commissioners however approved the guidelines As submitted and said the society by state beef conference to open in Reno the annual California Nevada beef conference in connection with the University of Nevada Reno and the University of Cal Tforia at Davis will be held wednesday and thursday at the Riverside hotel. The first Days activities i focus primarily on restoration grazing a new farming prices to Aid in maintaining a health Plant and pasture Community on the second Day Velm Johnston wild horse Annie will be a luncheon speaker an then will hold a press conference at 2 . The conference is primarily concerned with the technique used to present Bills to the legislature to insure passage in or Der to provide for better Bee for the consumer. Mrs. Is a Mem Ber of the National working Adaid society of Washoe coun y asked revisions to the guide Sears 5 Days Only featuring big triple Dresser save Isabella 3 piece Spanish style bedroom set 1 visor Board has introduced legislation to Congress concerning the Protection of the Mustang and Burros. 71 triple Dresser twin plate Glass Mirror full Queen headboard regular 409.90. Lla is for the nip Irv Nair of up Miili Cle a Yijin it s bold Polys Ryrne Lilore nuns Romp Fanini a iii Kern Over 400 years the in lip. Are Anil Limric moorish Rio Sirn. And hip Perky Pecan veneers Are richly finished ii Sofi. Anli Pic Timber. Open Stock s249.95 triple Dresser. S219 twin mirrors pair s 80 s189.95 chest.s169 s79.95 night 69 869.95 full or Queen headboard 59 s99.95 King size 89 s339.95 Watreas and foundation not included ask about Sears convenient credit plans shag carpet Sale City studies one Way Rule for Lakeside making Lakeside drive Reno one Way North is one the possibilities being studied by the City to try and combat a traffic problem there. The decision to study this possibility was made monday by the Reno City Council after residents complained the Street was becoming a noisy raceway. City traffic Engineer Frank Capshaw had suggested parking on the Street be eliminated so it could be widened to four lanes. However residents said if Lakeside were widened the whole concept of Virginia Lake would be changed on 40-sq. Cd. Purchase to cover average living room dining room Hall. Match mate shag of any color regular get the perfect match for any room choose from the match mate Range of 50 magnificent colors or you May have it custom dyed just for you. It s thick Nylon pile is built to last through lots of family action. Most spills wipe right the glowing color you love no extra charge for custom dying. Fallon student appointed to Academy Washington . Rep. David Towell Nev. Said to Day Ronald Mills of Fallon has been appointed to the . Naval Academy at Annapolis Maryland. He will enter the Academy joining the class of 1977, this summer. Mills attends Churchill county High school where he is a member of the National Honor society and was named All state in football. He will graduate from High school in late May and is to report to the naval Academy on july 9, Towell said. Should meet with the District attorney s office to discuss an suggested revisions. Appointments commissioners unanimous appointed w. P. Mintun to the Washoe county Park commis Sion. Mintum replaces Pete bar Engo who has resigned from the commission Rusk said. Mintun was appointed to the commission in 1967 but was no reappointed at the end of 197 when his term expired. Mintun is retired and was the manager of the Reno j. C. Pen Ney store. Personal garbage commissioners directed me Donald to Send a letter to Mem Bers of the Washoe county legislative delegation stating the Fallon officials debate closure of Babb Lane special to the Gazette Fallon an item of Busi Ness concerning closure of the West end of Babb Lane from 3ublic use will be carried from monday s Churchill county commission meeting to the fal on City Council tonight. City Council action begins at . In Council Chambers of he Fallon City Hall. During commissioners action t was determined the Babb right of Way was conveyed o Churchill county in 1965 by to separate deeds from the county school District and Sam Mori. According to a letter from county manager Harry Schroedl 0 Fallon building contractor Al elders the paved Babb Lane Roadway has been closed to pubic use. Furthermore Schroedl s let or said the plat for Childers states unit no. 3a purports 1 extinguish Babb Lane Public use and that several resident parcels Are proposed be established on this prop try Schroedl contended Childers and taken the action without Otice to or consent from Chur Hill he called for immediate re commission is opposed to a Bill which would prohibit personal garbage hauling in unincorporated franchised areas of the coun in. The Bill was introduced by assemblyman or. Robert Broad Bent r Reno assemblyman Randy Capurro a Reno and assemblyman Virgil Getto r Fallon. Commissioners Roy Pagni and Bob Rusk said controversy Over the problem had Arisen last year and people wanted to be Able to haul their own garbage in the county. Sun Valley commissioners final plat for a approved a 39-lot Mobile Home estate subdivision in Sun Valley. The action came the Sparks City Council asked Jan. 22 Resolution the Pommiss Sion to give consideration to problems created by Runoff water from the Valley into Sparks before allowing further develop ment in the area. Russ Mcdonald county Man Ager said his office had not received the Sparks Resolution and could make no recommendation. Alex Coon chief Deputy county clerk said his office had received the Sparks Resolution late last week after the Agenda for monday s meeting had been closed. The Sparks request will be placed on the Agenda for the feb. 15 meeting he said. County Engineer Floyd vice said no provisions to control of Ter Runoff were made new subdivision. Simple card needed to donate body by Lawrence e. Lamb . Moval of objects and materials of the Roadway As Well As restoration of Babb Lane for Public use. Advising the commissioners in in matter dist. Atty. Mike oth said annexing the Par Els to the City of Fallon does t be up the right previously conveyed by deed to the county. Archaeology meeting four Nevada archaeologists will discuss Amateur collections and ways to improve their scientific and cultural value at the meeting of the Nevada archaeological association thursday at . In the Nevada Bell building at 645 e. Plumb Lane. The meeting is open to the Public. Dear or. Lamb my if and i Are Good christians an be Don t have much Money but if anything should Nappe o us we would like to do some Hing for humanity. We v asked it Over and we woul Ike to leave our bodies to Sci Nee. We Don t really know Hov 6 go about this. If we Coul contribute to saving someone be who needed a kidney o Eart it would be Worth Mon ban any Money we could leave behind. If that in t possible Len even contributing to Sci Nee by making our Bodie available for study would be ome help. Could you help us accomplish his by telling us How to go bout this we Don t want to so just anybody As not every be would understand. And we re not anxious to pass Over he great Divide either we jus ant to do our part for making his a better world to live in be think this would be better Lan an expensive funeral thai eally won t help anybody ept the undertaker. Dear Reader you Are not the first couple to write me with this or similar questions. The recent developments in transplants have stimulated Many to want to do something of a similar nature. Your letter represents a healthy attitude to Ward death. There is a Fine new Book writ ten by David Hendin called death As a fact of published by w. W. Norton com Pany 55 fifth Avenue new York new York 10003 Price that you would find very helpful. Hendin has written a readable and informative Book on the subject. He tells you that to make a donation All you need is a card or other written document samples of which Are available from your doctor or your local Branch of the kidney foundation. Then if a situation should arise where a kidney transplant is needed and you have recently expired the doctors can proceed at without waiting and perhaps wasting your precious gift of life. If a card or letter is Oil your person the doctors attend Rig you will take care of the rest this includes making arrangements to give the body to a medical University if they have need for bodies. The card or document however must be signed by the donor and two per sons. Aside from telling you How to do it and providing an entertaining history of donating bodies and organs Hendin s Jook discusses the total picture of death. He discusses in a Lucid manner the problem of deter mining death and problems re ated to transplants. There. 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