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Nevada State Journal (Newspaper) - April 6, 1952, Reno, Nevada Page Twenty two Nevada state journal Reno Nevada sunday april Amual Jui or livestock show program listed emt of Tang held Tura on we kid of april 18 11 program for the 13th annual Junior livestock show was re leased by the Thow Board yester i Day according to Archie Albright Secretary. Friday april 18 All animals must be weighed m and entered by noon at the Reno race track grounds. During the afternoon the animals will be sifted in preparation for judging saturday hog 3udgmg will be Gin at 9.30 am and end with selection of the Champion hogs at 10 30 a m. Lambs will be judged ind the champions and Best pen of lambs will be announced judg ing of Light beef entries will begin at 1 00 to be followed by judging of heavy weight beef entries at 1 30 . In the beef group judges will select the two top lightweight animals two top heavyweight animals Champion and Reserve Champion Best Home grown beef and Best county beef exhibit. Sunday hog Junior showman ship contest will Start at 9 30 a m. Followed immediately by the senior hog showmanship at 10 00 am Amateur Lamb showmanship classes will Start followed by Junior and senior showmanship selections ten thirty will see the Stait of the Amateur beef show Manship Junior and senior beef showmanship contests auction Sale of hogs lambs and beef will Start promptly at 1 00 , according to Secretary Man Ager Archie Albright the annual Junior livestock show banquet will be held at 7.00 in the University dining Hall on the Campus where the show winners will be awarded prizes. It i ii d id Dokaj c and smiles Fea tured this picture taken at last year s Juni Ivi ddup1j in Reno. Left to right Are Grace Azcarate Kathenne of Sanford who each won tops in her class. Unior livestock show Azcarate and Marta state planning to give classes for prospectors Jos. Hart retained to visit various communities Shoroff s deputies plan to investigate Skeleton at Pyramid Washoe sheriff s deputies today will investigate reports of a com plete human Skeleton in big can Yon on the North end of Pyramid Lake a Section hand m the big Canyon area relayed news of the gruesome find to Fernley big Canyon is in a Remote Sec Tion on the North end of Pyramid Lake deputies who will make the investigation will be Able to go part Way by jeep but will have to walk at least five Miles to the spot where the Skeleton was reported found. Woman k killed suspect arrested of United press at Las vegas yesterday a from March air Force base near Riverside Calif was being held on suspicion of first degree murder after police found the badly beaten body of a 28 year old woman in his Motel room police chief a h Kennedy said they found the murder victim Ina mane Peterson after receiving a Telephone Call Early this morning from pfc. Joe Marshall Lane 26 Lane told police he picked the firl up in a downtown bar the night before and after a passion ate interlude of love akm fatally beat her Kennedy said the suspect according to police did not give a reason for his act unhappy Driver Given attention when James John Malone 32 493t e. Taylor St approached a traffic officer on a downtown Cor Ner yesterday and complained loudly about a parking ticket the officer merely advised Malone to go see the judge a few minutes later the office took considerably More notice o Malone. According to reports Malone was driving a strange weaving path through traffic a Plaza and Virginia its blowing his Horn loudly and the officer lost no time in arrest ing Malone. Booked at City jail Malone was released on bail pending hearing in municipal court nex week. Radio 4 trouble Call howards radio 2-1421 special. 3-Speed phonograph change seats Pope pin if my my nth item it. I inc scenes like this will also be on display when Junior livestock show Vii i ii i m u a held Here later this month these Are some of the prize animals shown in reverse which won praises and prizes at last year s event Man who thought he suffered from atomic radiation Given Assurance by a. E. C. Officials a worker who feared he had suffered from effects of atomic radiation at Frenchman Flat now officially designated As Yucca proving ground has been told otherwise by atomic Energy commission officials. They assured him that with All the precautions taken it would be impossible for work ers to suffer any ill effects. One Man after working on the test site went to a doctor who reported that the count of his White corpuscles was Low. At about the same time he Learned that he had been quarantined from Forward areas during any future tests the doctor declined to state what the cause of the Low White corpuscle out might be and Shook his head mumbling something to the effect that i Hope it in t what i think it might be according to an dec report of the Case As reprinted in the Las vegas review journal it would be absolutely impossible that any change in the blood forming Machmer of any person occurred As a result of Over exposure at the Nevada proving ground exposure from 10 to 100 times greater than any one received would be Neces sary to cause any detectable change in blood level they said the individual mentioned above Given a physical examination november 23 by or Harry o Whipple of the los Alamos office of the dec and the Leport mid rated that the workers condition at that time was physically of and Only a slight Elevation of blood pressure was noted from november 24 to november 28, his exposure to radiation Indi ated he absorbed 125 Roentgen or Thomas l. Shipman radio logical safety officer reports that this amount is less than one half a dosage considered As permissible he pointed out that this is approximately equivalent to two stereoscopic a Ray examinations and that Many Hospital patients receive two stereoscopic a Ray examinations daily for a period of weeks the worker in question it was pointed out was turned Down after a recent physical examination be cause his general condition indicated that he was in no shape to permit him to Vork in hot areas he was not suffering from any effects of radiation but he might suffer them if permitted to go into contaminated areas the report indicated the Leport from the dec further indicated that for the entire fall test period and since then no individual either personnel or construction worker has received any significant Over exposure no construction worker has received any Over exposure and a Small group of test personnel had a slight Over exposure in relation to the Permis Sive limits set but this was so slight As to be of no significance whatever a safeguard against Over con when the Nevada Transfer handles your moving Day problems it s Safe it s fast it s economical Aero Mayflower agents Nevada Transfer and warehouse co. Phone Reno 3-4191 in business in Reno for Over 44 years two variances requested Here two requests for land use Vari Ance were presented to the Reno Board of adjustment last wednes Day but no action was taken on the cases due to absence of two Board members from the meeting the cases Are slated for decision next monday doctors e Palmer and j g Scott Are requesting permission to set up offices at 321 w fifth St which is a District classified for multiple residence use or Pliny h Phillips seeks to establish a lot smaller than the required Square feet at 1219 Patuck ave i Phillips lot would be 1338 Square feet less than the minimum required for a single residence District Glenn Duncan superintendent of Public instruction announced recently that the highly popular pros Pector s course for nevadans will be reactivated by the state vocational educational department action to at once again make the course immediately available for Nevada men and women was taken at a meeting of the Board of education jag. Hart to teach at the same time Board members retained James p Hart Well known Nevada mining Man to teach the course in communities throughout the state superintendent Duncan said that Hart would be paid on an hourly basis he has been retained for a period of one year the course for realistic prospectors will be Given in conjunction with local High school boards and local schools it will be open to adults Only Hart will have a Geiger counter with him to illustrate How radio Active ores Are determined Well qualified to handle instruction Hart at one Timp was Foreman of the Goldfield reduction com pan he has worked in South Dakota As a mining Engineer and Geol Ogist and has been associated with the Tonopah Extension mining company the Tonopah Belmont company and was general Mana Ger of the Austin Silver mining company the Carson Nevada a peal reports democrats in Lander select Cassady and name six delegates democrats of Lander county met at Austin yesterday and be elected Leroy Cassady their chair Man Kenneth Easton was elected Secretary and mrs Ollive Foote was chosen county chairwoman also elected were six delegates to the state convention each will have a half vote and a will go to the convention Unis trusted the delegates Are or Cassady r w. Lemaire Ralph Hayden Sam pea cock Earl Crouch and Kenneth Easton students Here on visit eight Young persons taking a course in hotel administration at the Washington state College Pullman Wash Are in Reno on their annual visit to the Mapes they Are shown Here in the Kitchen of the hotel where Frank Selby Butcher and Walter Ramage hotel manager explain that part of hotel management to them from the basement to the sky room they cover each department. From Reno they go to South Ern California and then Back to College along the coast Gross photo conference set by farm Bureau meeting will be held in Yerington lamination is a film badge worn by construction workers when they go into hot areas these badges indicate the amount of exposure that the individual can stand a record of the Man s exposure to radioactivity is kept and when the individual has been in the radio Active area for the time allotted he is pulled out and Gwen another lob where there is no Chance for1 further exposure to radiation the dec also pointed out that 30 workers Wear protective cloth ing while in contaminated areas when they leave the area this clothing is removed showers Are mandatory and the worker leaves thoroughly decontaminated the review journal stated deputies return Man from Florida charged with embezzling a car from the Hertz a drive company in Reno some time ago Arthur g Miner was returned to Reno thurs Day night from Bartow Fla where he was traced and arrested As a re sult of an overtime parking ticket Miner 33, who listed his occupation As a Steeple Jack was returned to Reno by Deputy sheriff Jack Goss his Bride of two months listed him As a missing person shortly after the ticket was issued seven in Row Berkeley Calit april 5 top University of California swimmers kept their perfect record intact to Day by Downing College of the Pacific 62 to 22 for their seventh straight meet Victory of the sea son f we now have 5 at in 180 colors Quincy hardware Quincy tap Quarter Merrill and Machabie inc. Bicycle stolen Mike Ohalloren 2040 Idlewild drive told police that his new Schwinn bicycle was stolen from outside the Granada theater be tween 7 and 10 Friday the missing Bike Green in Coli car Ries Reno License number 2929 Transfer offered in san Francisco yesterday Pacific greyhound lines offered Transfer its operating rights and 100 transit buses m Mann county to the county today to provide mass transportation for commuters hard hit by the bus Drivers strike. Annual Spring leadership con Ference of the Nevada state farm Bureau will be held fuday and saturday april 25-26 in Yerington the Lyon county farm Bureau will be Host to the state and National leaders for the two Day conference conference Headquarters will be at the 20-30 club in Yenn ton Nevada state farm Bureau president Rudolph Schwartz announced that Harry Bryson director of Field services for the amen i farm Bureau federation Marie Daugherty director of Asso rated women s activities Afif William Alexander Western legion Nector Afif and William assistant organizational director Western Region Afif will be Fea tried on the program in addition to conferences on leadership insurance legislative programs National affairs and women s activities the program will include a Barbecue and Square dance at the 20-30 club Friday evening april 25 state Faim Bureau leaders Are i gig All county and comm mtg leaders to attend the conference and extend an invitation to them to participate in the two Day program the most important commercial Treps in new Mexico Are the Pon Derosa Pine and 1he Douglas fir spot bar open now for business under new management watch grand opening 2140 b phone 5-9978 for All children 6 months to 4 years Little feet must walk right before they con dance jacks with the unique patented one piece sole stitched on the out Side assures the child you love straight Ankles and perfect feet for the years ahead 219 North Virginia St. We give and redeem Orange Stamps 15 North Virginia St. Phem 2-6967 Why let carpet colors fade Why let Moths your Home invade Why spend needless hours of work with Broom and mop among the dirt Why risk health in germs and dust when Westinghouse can Stop this fuss Why not do it the easy Way. 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