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Nevada Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - February 20, 1973, Reno, NevadaFebruary 20, 1973 Reno evening Gazette final quotations from the new York Stock Exchange tuesday feb. Up selected stocks on the new York Stock Exchange. Sales net be has High Low last chg mkt 1 19 address .60 12 Admiral up 7 Aetna of 1.68 11 air pro .20g 25 air conc .80 9 Alcan Al .80 14 allege a 28d 10 Al Leghlid 1 10 ally pm l 40 9 All id cd 1 20 14 Allie St 1 40 11 Allisch 20d 6 Alcoa 1 80 11 am has .30d 34 am airlines 100 Abrand 2.38 9 a Brest 16 am can 2.20 10 24 a a a 34 24 198 24% 24 298 14% 14 it 212 68 66% 104 14% 71 in t 7 11 vips 29 24 24 132 21 21 a 351 33 33 33 it a 126 32 32 34 11 10% be 182 53v2 52 a 130 437a 477 117 48 62 41% 413i 59vi 214 30% 30% it a Cyan 14 x185 31 i Melec 1.80 11 458 27% 53 2v3 56 14 sales net sales pc has i if Low last chg. Coning 2.03 10 47 293i 29vz pack or cons mph 2 11 75 wet tit 1.20 12 92 pan am a 187 27 26va Pandl 1.90 11 308 39% is Penn Centi 90 22 22 i Penney 1.08 36 net cont air in 19 in can 1.60 10 cont Oil 1 a 12 con Tel .84 14 control data 13 Corn g 39 Cox 3rd .30 18 pc into 1.77 12 Crane 80g 8 273 49v4 56294 296 Tsvi 60 32% 31 it jh4 113 32 31% 42 v4 Pendix 20a 11 Pennal 1 68 10 36 34% do 65 11 a 10% 34? Crinzi 1.20 15 146 28vj 26% Curtiss Wrt 45 1565 29% 31 Cyprus is 1 11 Dan River m 17 dance 1 36 10 62 35 a it Dart in .30g 17 109 41v 27 it 54 23va 2234 23 543 48% 48vo it 25 20% 20 a it 41 32v2 94 20% 20 a Dayco Day put Deere Del int 1.10 10 Dennis 80 10 Devedis 1 40 10 1 14 7 1.66 11 1 08 12 am Export am hoist 40 10 a Home 1.77 39 a Hosp 28 46 am Etc 1 13 Amer motor n 2.30 10 a smelt 1.20 12 Send .40 10 2 80 12 Smetek .60a 13 in 1.08 12 Ampex up Hostar 1 70 9 Anacon .12b 11 ape cock .16 20 St 1 10 Cervante 43 8 Cessna .809 13 .84 10 pc Hospi 1.28 13 Chaseman 1 11 Ines of .35b 7 if Iris Craft Chrysler 1 9 Gas 1 64 10 Mcl 2 11 220 12 inv .54 7 a Jefe Al 2.32 11 1.64 Colgate 1.51 31 radio b s 1.46 15 Gas 1.90 10 solv 40 27 a crewed 2.20 11 Comsat .56 22 toned 1.80 12 consid 1.30 16 con fret .52 9 242 287s 28v4 62 30% 35 35% a 13 16v4 16 183 13% it 22 58% 143 68% 68 13 30 201 28% 187 28vs 27% it 75 14% 14 4 58 16% 16% a 162 32va t 119 42% 41v2 42 140 234% 232 232 -1 cd 79 32h1 32 197 23% 28 34 30 18 17% 18 749 89% 88% of 41 11% 11v3 364 64% 63v2 fair mtg .50 Farah mfg Fer Rock .76 14 Fireston 86 10 Ftnat Stis Fleming 50 9 flin Kotec 1 b Fla pm l 74 12 39 10 10 460 11% 35 11% 11 11 v4 15 43 42% 169 24 23% 23% 16 19% 18 10% 44 21v2 20% 135 43 fac up .85 10 411 20% 20va Foo fair 2k Ford m 2.80 Formuck 84 8 16 9% 9% 477 70v2 69% 125 17% Ralston Paython Ria corp 1 16 a Reading co rep steel la 10 Revlon inc 1 25 key ind 2.59 10 Rey met .40 Viviana 86 22 roast i7b Robshaw .76 11 Roche 1.20g 10 a Ohms .88 38 Rohr ind .80 15 14 52% 52% v4 75 17v4 16% 17 _ or 49 43v2 43 vib 122 32 31v2 a 385 30% a 3 2v4 a 134 27vs 2614 328 0% 69% 70 346 51 a 262 13% 133vj 14 31% 31% 39 6va is 29 29 29 21 21va 21 21 67 114% 114 114v2 26 19v2 v4 fair weather covers most of nation by the associated press a strip of foul weather along the Mississippi Valley divided the nation today into two spheres of largely fair weather. As Arctic cold pushed into the Northern Mississippi Valley Snow resulted and spilled Over into the great lakes Region. Rain and drizzle were com Mon in the mid Valley Region. Drizzle also dampened extreme Southern Texas. Temperatures before Dawn ranged from -12 at inter National Falls Minn., to 65 at key West Fla. Royal 58 30 18 v v4 Royald 1 91d 16 32 39% 39% safety 1 35 11 123 41 40v4 401 Stromm 10 13 29% 29% Stre Egis 1.60 13 Sander Asso 18 sans ele .43 11 Saf in 1 60a 8 146 33% 38% 126 12v4 11% 21 13% 13% 123 27% 27 is Scherpik .96 53 81 142% 141% Schlumb .50 53 123 96 a s pm corp 10 Scoppa .50 13 fears s -40a Shelloma 2.40 14 121 53% s3vt 83 16v4 16 be 571 15 14% 200 114v2 112v4 weather information at by tha National str Lee at Reno interim Sionil Airport. Temp Turas Hish and Low for m Hows ending at t ., feb. Pc Nevada California station Reno Sparks Steamboat Hawthorne Carson City Viig Lnla City Yerington Pyramid Lake fallen Lovelock Winnemucca Battle Mountain Elko Wendover Ely Austin Tonopah Las Vega Yucca Flat Bishop Yosemite Blue Canyon Sacramento Susanville Tahoe City South Lake Tahoe Glenbrook Daggett pass sky tavern Truckee h l 51 20 52 20 50 20 55 26 area deaths 55 27 51 60 51 63 50 41 40 41 40 42 46 45 31 32 50 Sierra pc .86 11 signal 60g 10 Simns co .88 13 Singer 2 o 14 2 16 s caled 1.56 10 10 14v2 14v4 a 226 19% free ten .80 25 164 28v4 27v4 Frueauf 1 70 10 91 31% 31 is 31 Gac corp Gap up .40 9 Gam so 1.30 8 a 6 44 5% 5va 5v4 82 16v2 16v8 29 32% 31 13 15 30 15% 76% 118 84 27 236 23% 160 66% 6 419 31% v. 52 29 28% 29 62 16% 49 165-8 16% 123 28 28 311 17 4 32 40v2 40v4 it 297 53 20 48% it 44 s a 5va 624 it 53 24 23% 24 a 254 44% 142 48% 47% 168 14v 13% it 129 35 112 145% 144% 110 99v4 89 22% 2% 212 46 a 44% 60 32% Yit 32% 19 18 17% it 161 34 33% 34 39 56% 54 56 Gannett .25 37 230 43 43 in Aoi .60g 20 45 47% 47% Gen Dynamo 9 in elec 1.40 25 a food 1 40 13 in Host up 14 Gen instr 2i 22 190 23% 22% it Gen Mills 1 23 70 62va 60% 61 Gen Mot 85b 10 1336 7s a 7s 240 21 a 21 21 a 22 3 a 26 21 21 21 845 70% 69v2 is 533 28v2 28v4 28vj 76 13v2 13va 13va g pub 1.60 in steel ind get 1.60 11 Gen tire 19 7 Gapac .80g 13 Gerber 1.35 11 Getty 1.21b 28 Sou co 1 34 10 songs 14 sop Acif 2.16 so rail l 72 .78 13 60d 20 so wasps strand Square d la 22 Squibb 1 56 34 s Brand 1 73 16 do Ileal 3 13 a doing 2 49 16 a Ohio 2 70 28 ser Lorg 58 30 36 23 22v2 22% 131 65% 65va a5v1 45 53 52% 52% 341 25va 24% 25 it 573 19% 86 65 66 9 x115 38 37% 8 32 44 co 1 Sunshine my 487 28% 106 23% 23% 247 33 32va it 97 22% 22va 22vi 96115 112% Gillette 1.40 23 292 60% global mar 16 97 17v2 Goodrich 1 8 107 27% 26% Goodart .92 10 605 27vb 26% Grace w 1% 13 121 25% grand u .80 11 Grant w 1v2 13 Tea a twin .30d 10 it West in 76 16% 16 35 37 36v2 125 16% 16v2 16% 26 26 Greyed 1.04 10 Grumman Gulf Oil 11 .64 8 710 26% 68 7% 249 16% 16% 16% 42 8% 8% 576 25% 161 27% 27% is 184 24% 24% a 473 41% 41 18vz 17% prices move slightly up on Wall Street new York a prices narrowly higher in to Day s Stock Market with Blue issues struggling to hang Tonto their Early gains. Trading was moderate. The 2 . Dow Jones aver age of 30 industrials was up .66 to 980.89. It had been ahead 3u3 Points after the first 30 of trading. Advancing issues on the new York Stock Exchange had an advantage of More than 2 to 1 Over losers in the Early going Ham Pap .0 25 Harris Ftp 1 20 h 19 15% 15 a 33 20% 20v2 360 53% 52% 53 it 91v4 90% 46_ 33% Hershy 13 Heublein Hewitt p .92 57 .20 62 Hilton Natl i 16 Hobart .64 24 Hoerner .97 15 Hoff elect 10 hoi inns .27 25 Home St .40 24 Hon owl .40 26 Hoover 1 20 12 Housep 1.40 15 How met .70 9 Idaho p 1.74 n Ide albas .70 10 ill enl 1.22 8 iii per 2.20 13 Imperial up 9 Ina up 1v2 9 ins and 2 16 15 Inland St 29 17 32 2 35% 35% 46 13va 46 33% 32% 33 _ 121 30% 29% 280 1113% ill Virvil 36 35% 35% 112 47% 47 90 12v. T Tel Edyne 3i 23 12% 12v4 633 47% 46% 47 77 34% 34 34 _ 83 109 3i 32 51% 51% 51% 267 80v2 127 87 172 90v2 89% 175 66 50v4 98 12% to t 9 Teneco 1 36 11 213 27% 27% v. Texas 34% 17v2 17va 17va Texaco 1 72 12 Texter 1.58 18 togas to 1.58 11 .60 24 text str .84 42 to put .54b 6 Texas util 1 16 text Ron .96 11 Thi Okol .40a 9 Thrifty d .37 11 1109 38 43 57% 57v2 37 35v8 34 a 35 563 24v4 23% 24 a 207184 182v2183 1% 4 20v4 20va 20ve 359 31% 30% 182 26% i 107 15% 15% 11 Lova 9% Tranumn 1.33 14 trans w air 13 Tricon 2.05b try in 1.04 13 then in fax 13 Ual i corp 28 unc arbide 2 14 in elec 1.28 13 nocal 1.60 12 Len Pacco 2 13 i so 10 Ltd brands 12 15% 16 73 36% 36 36 182 38% 38 i 48 31 30% 30% 153 293a 29 29 53 Lova 9% 10 467 24% 22% 195 47 113 17% 17% 240 39v2 40 62 60% 59% 6014 i x159 13% 13% 70 40 39% 40 211 9v2 9 us Indus .65 7 us steel 160 11 us Tob .64 12 Itel 1 14 univ Oil pro 18 26 425 17va 16% it 30% 31 15% 277 31 48 16 Reno issues business licenses the City of Reno issued 24 new business licenses last week contractors licenses were is sued to Max Riggs construction co., North Las vegas and United Concrete company inc., 12150 mahogany drive. Bright realty 353 s. Well ave., was licensed As a broke and Norman j. Silver 745 Jamaica ave. No. One Smith ring greens subdivision was License As a consultant. A combination Engineer and architect License was issued t Newby and Isaacson Sacramento Calif. General business licenses were issued to action Mobil Home service 1919 Bell St. First Security mortgage co., 506 Humboldt suite 101 the floor guard co 12245 Jean Way Valley nation Al janitorial service 380 Scorpio Albany Circle Wackenhut services Albu que inc., 2000 e. Plumb Lane and Amarillo Western Union Telegraph co., Anchorage 5205 Mill St. Asheville Marvin Bear doing Busi Atlanta Ness As Northern. Nevada Mobile Bakersfield Home brokers 1890 Dickerson Birmingham Road was licensed for trailer sales and insurance. Boise merchandise licenses were is Boston sued to j and j Auto electric Brownsville 869 20v4 19 v2 y 28 122% 121% i b m 5.60 41 Inthav 1.40 10 into mining 120 34 31% 31% 13 15% 15% it 75 25 a 24% a 16 31% 31% 81 14 it 196 39% 38% it 224 63% 233 30% 30vi 267 447 443 429 36 35% 33 11 Utahal j.08 10 us ind id 10 Varian Asso 24 Vendo .30d 15 Victoric .50 20 .84g 32 47 88% 87% 44 36v2 36 Vav v25% 2s 44 9 12% 24 16v4 15% 15% 12ve is 16 a wish w the margin 7 to 6. C the Market is where it dwindled to in a lateral goes up 20 and then goes Down 20 said Larry Ijes Earch director at Bache the lateral phase May last for several 4 International utilities was the Board s most Active Issue Iipp to 25, after a Block of shares sold at that Fig into Nice 1 23 507 34% 33% it Pap Taa 17 39% item Corpron 23 477 100 42vi 42 j 38v Jantzen .60 11 14 21% 20% vib Jeff Pilot .92 18 163 71% Johnyv 1 20 9 Johnjon .40a 58 Jon Logn .80 16 Jones l 1.35 8 Jos tens 73 13 Joy mfg 1.40 14 Kan be 1.52 9 Panneb 1 02 13 Ken etl .84 10 Kaiser i .50 24 Kelsy a 1.30 9 Kanolt 1 43 11 145 24% 24% 137 t24% 35 pvt 53% it 21 19v2 19% is 23 25% it 280.30 29% 30 34 22v4 22vs 22vi 5 17 17 17 5 26% 26% 26 a 90 15 14% 17 26% 26 204 26% 26 26 Kerr me .60 35 Kidder .60a 7 Kim cd 1.20 16 k l m Airl King non .07b 26 75 22 v ss22l-4? a a Ujj 73 75% 181 22% 22 _ 167-39 38 a 13 3534 35% 6 51 50% 51 6 51 51 14 37 Vallec 112 ioj5 21v, Walgreen 1 10 35 19% a 37 90 109% 109 29 21vi 21 21 57 10% 10% be 2s Stair .05e 12 a Banc 1.30 11 Union 1.40 12 is tva c 1.05 20 Weyerts .84 21 we Pitt St 7 Whirlpool .55 17 Whit con .50 9 White motor 16 Whittaker up 10 Wick esp 1 12 224 769 39v4 38 78 24v2 it 173 49 a 49 197 19% 18% 90 33 82 6v4 15% 99 13% 12% 13 105 6 6 96 21% 22 co., division of s and d enter Prises inc., 342 n. Virginia St., . Woodwork 4949 Highway 50 East Leisure living furniture 414 East fourth St. Livery stable 1211 s. Vriginia St., unique Delicatessen 551 e. Moana Lane Virtu creations Ltd., 6555 Plumas no. 116 and Mark Twain enterprises 1326 Mark Twain ave. A combination merchandise general business License was is sued to College cycler 255 n. Arlington ave. Two apartments were i or Knox 1.20 19 25 38% 38v. It Xerox up .84 52 Zal corp .48 18 Zaire corp 10 Zenith r 1.40 21 344 144% 143 84 34va 3514 Sitf a 21 22% 22 a 70 44v2 footnotes new York Stock Exchange sales figures Are unofficial. All sales in hundreds 00 omitted except for those designated 2 which Are ded 6 lots carried in in Shin Kopper ,07b 26 1.72 9 a Curtiss Wright once again in spotlight because it holds american rights to the Wankel rotary engine was third most Active and ahead 1 Polaroid also was Active 1% higher at the company said it would have a nonrecurring extraordinary gain in the first Quarter of 1973 because of devaluation of the u. S. Dollar. Universal Oil products was Active and higher at 20, after the company had reported improved earnings in the fourth Quarter. On the american Stock Exchange the Active issues included Adobe corp., Down 1% to 15. Adobe said a mechanical failure at the site of an exploratory Well in Texas caused a Lack of test data. Bow Valley industries was off 5 to 40. The company said it knew of no reason for activity in the Issue. Jcraft co 1.77 13 83 47v2 46% a Kresge .17 52 473 47% 44% Kroner 1.30 13 331 21% 20% a Lea Sieg .20 11 87 7% leh it c .60 8 23 15% Isis Lehm 1.35b 201 met 17 Libby 2 20 10 69 40v4 39% Libby mini Ligg my 12 Litton 2v2i Lockheed 8 Loews 1.16 10 7% a 17 5 6 5% 6 40 40% 39% 40% 369 11 10% 10% 110 8% 7% 8 107 38 37v4 38 _ Lone s ind 1 11 132 20% 20% 20v4 Lon stg 1.40 to Ltd corp Lucky .508 Luke Natl .80 _ Lon stg 1.40 15 113 37v2 37 37v4 127 9% 8% v2 14 72 13% 11 14 27% 27% Lyke yes to 96 9% 9% Lynch comm. Did not Trade Macmillan 4i 10 117 20 i Macy r h 1 13 61 ,40v4 39% 40va mad cd .25b x57 12v4 mag Nab 1.20 14 537 20vt mar Oil 1.40 12 218 32% 33 Marcor .80 13 17? 25vi 25 mar mid 1.80 9 64 29v2 29va Marsh 1 u 17 73 31% 31% Martyr 1.15 8 87 18% 18 Isva Massey per 13 104 22uaevte in War full dividends Are annual unless otherwise identified a plus extra b declared or paid so far this year no rate c payment on Accuu ated dividends d paid last year e Cash plus Stock annual rate plus dividend h paid this year latest dividend omitted i per cent in Stock a per cent in a d m 1973 q in bankruptcy receivership or reorganization s capital distribution x a dividend i when issued it warrants. Fractions f indicates following Fig ure is fraction in 32nds, d indicates following figure is fraction in 44ths r indicates following figure is fraction in 256ths s indicates following figure is fraction in 128ths t indicates following figure in 16ths be ratio Price of a Stock As a multiple of per share earnings derived by dividing the latest 12-month earnings figure Mac last Sale Price. Sex interest sex warrants convertible Issue new Issue Censed country club Villas 2796 Plumas St. And St. Mary s Hospital inc., 205-215 Elm St. Mediac Hall 941 n. Virginia St. And Sam Stark 180-188 e. Ninth St. Were licensed As Ren tals. Incline Village 45 21 slide Mountain 31 23 Ravine 32 28 Echo Summit so 18 forecasts Reno and Vicinity sunny mild Days and Clear Cool nights through wednesday. Southeast winds 10 to 15 Miles an hour afternoons. Outlook for thursday air and mild. High today 53, Low tonight 24, High wednesday 55. Tahoe Basin sunny mild Days and Clear cold nights with Patchy Early morning Foa through wednesday. South East winds 10 to 20 afternoons. Highs both Days in the 40s, overnight own 5 to 15. Outlook for thursday fair and mild. Sierra and northeastern Cal fornia fair through wednesday ittle temperature change Southern Nevada mostly Cloudy through wednesday. Chance of showers tonight and wednesday. Not much temperature change. Southwestern Nevada fair through wednesday but considerable High cloudiness Southern areas tonight and wednesday. A Little warmer Northwestern and extreme Western Nevada _ sunny and a through wednesday but considerable Hiah cloudiness tonight and wednesday. A Little warmer. Northeastern Nevada sunny and a Little warmer today and wednes Day. Precipitation july 1 to Date 6.53. Last year to Date 534 Normal 476 Sunset today . Sunrise wednesday . Death notices Peters Betty l., beloved wife of Ray c jr., Mother of Ronald and William Warner Leonard e. Grotnes or. Daughter of irme a. Hart sister of Janice Babcock Strum Robert Kelly and Bob Kemp also 2 grandchildren. Services wednesday 11 Of Ross Burke Knobel mortuary. Burial in Mountain View cemetery. Card of thanks we wish to express our Heartfelt thanks to our Many friends and relatives for sympathy Flowers and Cash in lieu or Flowers following the death of our be loved husband and father Virg Morrow. God bless you All. Tenore Morrow Milt Jeri Morrow Howard Orajean Lewis George Laughton and family wish to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to the Nevada state Highway dept. Employees and friends who were so Kino to us during our recent Bereave ment in the death of our wife Mother Alice Laughton. And air pollution Reno area pollution Index level monday 21. Air 26-50-Light pollution pollution pollution 101 and pollution the weather elsewhere by the associated press registered Bond warrant. Issue May of 1.60 13 Mayeros .65 18 85 42 40% 1 32v4 v8 Maytag 1.30 18 71 37v4 36% 37 Mccroy 1.20 6 142 24vi 23% 24 Mcdonld 40 10 128 37% 36% 37% 36% 12% 12% 47% Mcgrew to 15 mgr i .48 14 Mclean .60 15 Mead up .60 15 memo Rex Merck 1 18 49 m g m inc 14 mid Sou 1.10 12 1 3" Minnil 1.41 9 Mobil i 2.80 12 Motsco 1.10 10 Monogram 10 x29 81 41 48 15% 15% it 110 13% 12v2 135 97% 96% 27 20% 20% 543 24v3 24ve 283 s new York Upo selected socks on he american sock Exchange. Sales alld control 8 a per 15 Arklay 1.30 12 14 aural Oil banter up Nep ends High Low Las chg. 1 10% 10% 32 34% 34% a 51 25% 25v2 105 22% 197 28% 12 21 629 68% 65 26 43 Lovi 20% a 67% 68 25 25 v2 monent 1.80 15 x324 52v4 50% Morrison 5i 6 Motorola 33 of fuel 1.80 21 it steel 1 36 10 Murico 1.20 10 Nabisco 2.30 15 Nat air -10b 12 Nat Cash .40 Nat distil .90 12 1 16% 16% 151 127% 126v2 127 a 100 69 66% 68 v4 32 21% 21% 50 20 a 20% Ven a 33 55% 54% 54 28 a 246 29% 29v4 78 15% 15v8 15va Bra scan in 6 1330 20% 20% v8 Bues Gas 33 120 21v4 20va Cal comp 13 80 13 12% a Carnation c 32 37 95 a Camph olb 23 252 11 1034 Circle k .26 31 6 28% a comb equip 34 88 32 32 Creole 2.20a 13 x20 18% Crown up 5i 83 chaotic Kazoo plenty expensive for Pool player Kingman Ariz Chael Burke of Kingman prob ably has he most expensive Kazoo in town. Seems Burke 29, walked into the sportsman s tavern Here for a Cool one Early wednesday and accidentally dropped his Kazoo Down one of the pockets of a Coin operated Pool table Burke promptly grabbed for his disappearing Kazoo but found instead that his hand had become stuck in the Pool pocket. 12 21% 34 8% 8% 8% 17 7% 212 43% 41 a re sour 83 2% 2va a Oil 17 55 14% it Felmon Oil 17 55 14v? 14% 1 2234 22% Damn .10d 63 Dilyn corp dome Pero 40 fed new centurians1 author Back on police beat los Angeles Apau Thor policeman Joseph Wam Baugh is Back on the beat today after a leave of absence to write his third Book saying Al though be has planned to resign life bored him. Natl Gen .50 7 1328 31% 30% Vinyl Gyp 1.05 9 113 16 Nat feel 2% 10 45 39% Natoma .25 60 177 62% 593a Nev pm 1.30 11 6 38% 38v4 38% Tengei 1 68 10 59 25% Newt. 140 29 28% Niagro 1.14 9 62 16% 16% no Indus 1 10 342 15v3 15 15v4 nor folks 5 8 59 61% 47% i no nags 2.60 10 62 40% 39% no Stew 1.84 11 65 29 29 a a Banc 1% 15 15 54 54 North is 06b 21 292 38% 38% l 0 Occide Perl 452 have Llva old enc .60 9 88 13% 12% Ohi oed 1.54 12 278 22% Ocklage 1.32 14 24% 24% it Soklang 1.24 12 26 a Olin corp .88 13 77 16 15% is Omark .05b 8 7 10% 10 a it or Ruckl 1.20 12 so 17 16% 14% Otis Al co 2 11 87 40vi out bpm 1.08 11 51 38 of wench .81 19 85 45% 44 of Enlil 1.40 9 205 35% 35 vex p p Paugas 1.78 10 352 29v4 29 log 1.61 11 49 2334 23v4 23% pack Earl .50 28 1597 18% Mcl so .20 9 find Herp 5i 14 Frontier air 9 Gen Cine .32 19 Harrah s husky i .15 18 in Exco Oil 38 Kaiser and 2i 34 Kirby and .44 8 Lee in .30 16 Lee up Loews la w Mccullow is 12 Nan win orc up .80 7 Oolep 1.60b 12 z200 65 3 18 18 18 it 61 754 7% 7% x21 32% 32v it 4 it 53 22 21% 421 19% 18% 48 5v. 47, 5 12 i 5 21% it 10 6v, tvs 146 143 12% 65 6% 6% 61 21% 21 a acne 1.04 11 pneuma Dyn pub cop .15 31 Rem a .80 9 rec ind inc 51 Sambos res 45 64 65 15% 4% sol Iron .06b sound up .40 Saham ins Skaggs St corp .60 13 syn exc .40 23 13 34 technicolor Tel Promp Twa is Utah sir .80 12 Nikoa i Cor 11 Yaes Indus 27 133 15% 7 4% 32 13 24 11v4 11 89 2 1% 54 27 26% 54 8va 8 it 67 261 23% 24 62 17% 6vb did not Trade 52 15 1% be 149 72% 7c% 71 -1 45 14va 13% a 640 27% 26% 27 48 20% 21vb 12 133 13 13 16 7% 7% 71 87 14v. 13 13 at the fire Siren in this Community of screamed bringing out in Force the town s volunteers known As the fire laddies. Armed with axes firemen said it took them just a few minutes to break open part of the Pool table and free Burke s by then swollen hand and re Trieve the musical instrument of sorts which sounds somewhat like humming through paper on a comb. Burke As Happy but the tavern s owner was t when he took a look at his Pool table later. It s said Chris Tzouras. Every time we leave something six months ago Tzouras said he left his dinner club Here for a while and came Back to find it destroyed by fire Tzouras said Burke would Buffalo Charleston Charlotte hic ago Cincinnati Cleveland Enver is Moines Detroit Duluth Ort Worth Green Bay Helena Honolulu Houston and Apolis Acks Ville Kansas City Ottle Rock Job Angeles Louisville Marquette Memphis Miami Milwaukee . New Orleans new York Oakland Apt okla. City Omaha Orlando Palm Springs paso Robles philae phia Phoenix Pittsburgh it land Ore. It land me. Sapid City red Bluff Elich mond St. Louis Salt Lake san Diego san fran Seattle Spokane Tampa dermal Washington High Low or. 34 33 48 30 51 24 43 25 52 21 53 32 68 42 57 32 35 19 48 26 42 26 60 56 33 38 cd cd Clr cd cd Clr log Clr in Clr Clr 37 52 51 38 47 40 39 36 38 31 57 63 37 38 82 61 47 57 39 56 79 52 37 52 68 35 36 62 62 44 37 65 77 24 35 28 30 23 29 33 2 37 40 25 20 64 52 27 40 27 36 53 35 17 33 56 32 8 43 33 47 27 28 48 48 63 40 39 30 75 56 40 29 57 30 38 19 37 16 67 38 53 30 48 33 42 21 74 55 61 49 34 27 .02 in in Clr Clr in cd cd cd cd .02 cd cd Clr fog .02 cd cd Clr cd 02 in cd .03 Clr cd Clr in .02 cd cd .19 cd .07 cd cd cd cd Clr Clr Clr cd cd Clr Clr in cd Clr Clr .03 cd Clr Gladys r. Voss Gladys r. Voss 81, of 620 Nixon ave., died at a local hos Pital sunday. Born nov. 19, 1891, in san Francisco Calif., she was educated in schools there and had been a resident of Reno since 1920 survivors Are her husband George of Reno daughters Jean r. Nelson of Reno Ruth Duffy of Goldfield and Edith Raskin of Sparks six grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. A private funeral was help at the Ross Burke and Knobe mortuary. Cremation was at the Mountain View crematory. Michael d. Bunch Dale Bunch 23, died sunday in an automobile Accident one half mile North of Mina on Highway 95. A native of Ringling okla., he was born sept. 8, 1949. He was employed As a brakeman at the Hawthorne naval ammunition depot. He was a member of the Hawthorne civil air patrol. Surviving Are his widow mar Garet son Michael David his parents or. And mrs. John Bunch Brothers William and Glenn All of Hawthorne a brother John of Reno and his Grandfather of California. A funeral is scheduled for . Wednesday at the Haw Thorne funeral Home. Burial will be in the Hawthorne Ceme Tery. Paul v. Janesko the funeral and burial for Paul v. Janesko jr., 31, Cuper Tino Calif., will be in St. Louis to. Betty Peters Betty Peters 47, of 5553 Mark Lane san Valley died at a local Hospital saturday. Born March 19, 1925, in Loi Angeles Calif., she moved to Nevada at an Early age and at tended schools in Gerlach Anc Sparks. She worked for the government in Herlong Calif., As a clerk typist and later worked for Bell of Nevada in Reno. Survivors Are her husband Ray of Sun Valley sons Ron Ald Warner of Yakima wash., William Warner of Las vegas and Leonard Goines jr., of Sun Valley Mother Irene Hart of Reno Brothers Robert Kelly of Al Cajon Calif., and Bob Kemp of los Angeles Calif. A sister Janice Babcock Sturm of Sparks and two grandchildren. A funeral is scheduled for 11 Wednesday at the Ross Burke and Knobel mortuary. Burial will be in the Mountain View cemetery. William t. Karst Fallon William e. Karst 56, of Fernley died saturday in a Reno Hospital. He was born oct. 6, 1916, in Cleveland Ohio. He was awarded two purple hearts for service As a gunnery sergeant with the . Marine corps Dur ing world War ii. He was a supervisor for the Garrett corporation . Spac industries. Karst was a member of the w a s h o a Lyon vow Post no 10247. Surviving Are two Sisters Sparks High Honor Roll announced the Honor Roll at Sparks High school for the six week period ending Jan. 26 has been announced. Freshmen Susan Ballingham Melissa mrs. Frank Lanning of Fernley and Dorothy Avellone of May Field Heights Ohio and a Nephew James Tilman of Fernley a funeral is scheduled for 2 a. Wednesday in the Austin funeral Home in Fallon. Buria 11 be in the veterans Plo at the Fallon cemetery. International deaths Jules d. Holzberg Middletown Conn. A Jules d. Holzberg 57, editor f the journal of consulting 3sychology and chairman of Ives Leyan University s psychology department died Sun a e. W. Boyer Janesko died at a local hos Pital saturday after being injured in an Auto Accident. He was born april 12, 1941, in St. Louis and spent 10 years in California. He was a self employed band instrument re Pairman. He was a surviving Vietnam Are his Veteran widow Bloomington Minn. A e. W. Bill Boyer 67, vice president of the Minnesota Vik vital statistics Denney births in Reno to i. And mrs. Gary pitas Calif., a son. Kelly in Reno feb. 20, 1973, to mrs. Daniel Kelly of Fallon or. And a sen. Klahs in Reno feb. 20, 1973, to or. And mrs. David Klahs of Reno daughter. Kriser n Reno feb. 19, 1971, to or. And mrs. Pm lip j. Reno a daughter. Lampshire in Reno feb. 19, 1973, o or. And mrs. Michael Lampshire of Yerington a daughter. Mayville in Reno feb. 90, 1973, to or. And mrs. William Mayville of Sparks a son. Zimmerman in Reno feb. 20, 1973, to or. And mrs. Gary Zimmerman of Reno a son. Frances Vacaville Calif., Par ent-5 or. And mrs Paul v. Janesko sr., St. Louis son Sean Janesko Vacaville and Sisters Pat Patterson new York and Judy and Susan Janesko St. Louis. The o Brien Rogers and Cros by funeral Home is handling local arrangements. George a. Snell George Alden Snell 91, 35 e. St., Sparks died monday in a local Hospital. Cd born april 7, 1881, in Spanish cd Fork Utah he came to the Clr Reno area 11 years ago. Cd his parents Ellen and Ruffus Clr Snell were Early farm settlers Clr in Utah and the first residents Clr of Spanish Fork. They later 62 50 .10 cd moved to Montana. His grand cd Mother raised silk Worms and cd made cloth that was used for clothing for Brigham Young president of the Church of Jesus Christ of latter Day saints. Feb. 20, 1973, Trieu was a Field representative for the american sugar beet co. Until he retired in 1945. He then Farmed for eight years retiring again at the age of 72. Ings professional football team died monday while vacationing in California. He was president of the National football league club from its birth in 1960 until 1965 and remained As a vice president. Park d. Williams fort Wayne ind. A Park d. Williams 68, former managing editor and City editor of the fort Wayne journal Gazette died monday. 47 41 78 52 48 28 Jessen of Mil have to pay the for a new Pool table. Over the counter Spe Del newspapers inc. 14% Nevada corporation firs ban corporation Security National Benk soul Hyrsl Gas first Western financial Maama Power Thermal Power Nevada savings 4. Loan bid asked 30 13% 2 j 23 4 4v 25 26egg came first the egg came before the Chicken. Birds evolved from reptile Stock that was laying eggs millions of years before the first prehistoric Bird flew thu National geographic society says. Exemptions asked Gazette journal legislative Bureau properly of the Nevada a. Its association would be exempt from taxation if Senate Bill 273 introduced monday by sen. Archie Pozzi a Carson City wins approval. Already exempt from taxation Are properties owned by Nevada Art gallery inc., Young men s Christian associations Young women s Christian association red Cross salvation girl scouts campfire girls and boy scouts. He came to the Reno area in 1962 from Townsend. Mont. He was a member of the lds Church. Surviving Are his son James a Snell Sparks daughter celesta Lewis Salt Lake City brother d. H. Logan Utah nine grandchildren and six great grandchildren. A funeral will be held thurs Day at 10 At Alexander s Pyramid funeral Home in Sparks. Burial will be in the masonic memorial gardens. Fire Calls v fire fighters responded to these Calls monday of h fax by from 11 . Gas of nothing found. P.m., Lake St., alarm. P.m., Sparks 91 desert a Law drive clothes dryer moderate damage ., York Pyramid ways Auto fire damage. Carson City no Calls. Reno issues business licenses Washoe county commission ers have approved 16 business licenses and two liquor licenses. Beverly o Hara received both liquor licenses to operate the Gandy dancers Railroad bar and the Iris hers tavern 7350 w. Fourth St. She also received a business License for Auld world restaurant at the same address. Other licenses were approved for Robert Sipple Reno Tow service 480 Morrill ave., Reno towing service John Schmidt Jack s Mobile Home service 1485 Keystone ave., Reno to bile Home service and repair Bill Rode Del Monte interiors 6427 s. Virginia St., Reno Interior decorating William f. Lawrence Wak inc., 17 e. Richards Way Sparks construction. Larry h. Belser Sun Valley Exxon 5505 Sun Valley dr., ser vice station Mas Baba Flower Box 111, West plumb Lane Reno retail Florist George Eykelbosch Universal transport system inc., 875 Donati Road Sparks trucking Warren w. Finke Sun and ski Washetta 891 tanager St., incline Village laundromat. Charles h. Johnston Sun Val Ley Auto parts 5444 Sun Valley dr., Sparks automotive parts Williams s. Johnston 625 s. Wells ave., painting contractor Ray b. Nichols r. B. Nichols Snow removal 806 Oriole St., Apt. A incline Village Carol Koch Carol s housecleaning service 346 Pino Grande Tahoe Vista Calif., housecleaning Ralph Santopietro color Craft ers 751 Tahoe blvd., incline Village painting contractors. Banks Laura Baskerville Susan Bennett Kathryn Blattman Michael Ceccarelli c i e churn Karen Demers Lisa de Ricco William Dickman Lee Ewell David Flores Paul fre Diani Susan Freeman Janet Fullenwider Dave Garro Barb Ara Harwell Laurel Janssen Neena Jenkins John Leach George Martinez Nick Miller Valorie Murphy Susan Rhodes Joyce Ripson Donald Roberts Mark Sertic Mark Sheldon tra de Simpkins Ellen Stuart Toni Thomas Barbara Turner Mona Uren Walter Wehrkamp Mona Wilson Susanne Young Valerie Young and Carol Zarker. Sophomores Peter Adlish Julie Anderson Kay Armstrong Mary afar Reg Banks Debbie Barnard Shannon Boni Lynwood Ches nut Kaylene Corbridge Erik Cors Gail Devincenzi Ann 5ick, Robert Emerick Eileen Ferguson Aula Ferro David Hancock Michele Hancock Patty Hersch eld Frances Hopper Genese Lybarger Kimberly Johns Juie Kemper Kathryn Krebs Linda Lee Cathleen Lewis Cynthia Little Cindy Lund Linda Mckinney Gary Meabe Donald Mello Michele Morgan Jui nor Fleet Theodore Oleson Brit Olson Elena Rymers David Rymers Cheryl Schreiber Thomas Silver Douglas Sone Mann Keith Vankirk Kim ver non Bernadette Walker James West and Thomas Wilson. Juniors Linda Adorno Tamie Arndt Lori Baber Curtis Ball Linda Becknal Deborah flock Barry Bowers Kathleen Butler Brad Byington Patrick Chancy May Liin Adel Coates Coleen Cooke Pamela Driggs Cheryl Everhart Katherine Ewert Cheryl Field Kristina Gonzalez and Brad Graves. Richard Gray Terry Hamil on Laura Hernandez Mark Holloman Sandra Howell Colette Johnson Cheryl Johnston James Jones John Kaiser Sathy Kelley Maria Kimpton Sheryl Kurtz Ursula Lopez Vicki Madaia Rochelle Nease Douglas Neill Suan Nelma Lolly Odle Rhonda Olsen Cynhia Phifer David Portch Christine Potts Paul Rovetti Cit Rumbaugh Nancy Sinkey Rosanna Snow Kenneth Stew Art Kiana Tangen Louis tas Sone John Tobler Lisa Waidell Donald Walker Harold Waltz Tiris Westall Richard Wickes Coria Williams Janice Young and Lavan Young. Seniors Michael Armstrong Laurie Usta Nancy Bahr Clyde Bai Larry Ball Paul Carey nimble Corbridge Lynne Davis Tanley Delsoldato Dave Dick Teve Eliades Alan Enzler june Felt Grant Fine Joann Fontana Bonnie Goodrich Lila Green Waltz Sandra Grover Mary Haight sue James Hattori Carl Henry James Hutcheson Dan Jande Beur Nora Johnson Jerry Jones Kathy Jones Joni Kai ser Adrienne Kerr Teresa Lightfoot Rocky mastelotto Robert masters Robyn Murch Betty Nelms Jeanette Newhold Jerry Newhall Deb 3ie Odle David Ott Brian Pap be Karen Peterson Steven Ras Mussen Jeff Rassuchine nor , Patricia Sanburn Mike Saunders Robert Seavey Karen Sertic Lynne Smith James Solaegui Mary Supan Check Lisa Thomas Michael Trudell Bill Vanmeter Helen Vesely Tresa Vieira Debbie Vosburg Mike Westerguard Rick Westerguard Michael Wil Wendy Wilson Jennifer Vood Barbara Wright Ray Yori. Democratic delegation meets tonight the Washoe county democratic delegation to the 1973 Nevada legislature will discuss session tonight in Reno. The 8 . Meeting at Smor Gys fourth and Keystone is sponsored by the county democratic Central committee. Chairman Eugene Grotegut said the legislators will answer questions. Earthquake hits Southern Nevada a medium strength Earth Quak. Has shaken Southern Nevada near the Nevada atomic test site seismologists at the University of Nevada Reno say the quake monday registered 5 on the Richter scale and was followed by four aftershocks jews paper i

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