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Nevada State Journal (Newspaper) - October 17, 1942, Reno, NevadaAid the War Effort by donating All your scrap Metal Nevada s Only morning and sunday newspaper the weather weather today will be unchanged. 68 Low 29. Page ten Reno Nevada saturday morning october 17, 1942 established 1870 Nevada takes scrap drive firs place per capita collection now 76 pounds is report latest figures on National and state collections scrap Metal place Nevada in first place among the states in the drive with 76 pounds collected per person or 4190 tons. New Nevada figures were re leased yesterday by Bernard har Tung chairman of the state Sal Vage committee. Nevada had dropped to third place from second earlier in the week. Kansas which led has now dropped to third place with 72.2 pounds. Rhode Island is Sec Ond with 72.9 pounds collected per person. Lincoln county still leads the state and nation in per capita collections Vith 857 tons or an average of 410 pounds per person. Credit Hartung said for the Nevada collections belongs to the schools county committees news papers and the War production Board for their excellent cooperation. Western states held an Edge for the Industrial East in the scrap drive with six of the top 10 states of the nation West of the Mississippi River. Average per capita collection for the top ten states was 62.5 pounds and for the 37 states re porting to the newspapers National committee 37.5 pounds. Total scrap reported from 37 states was tons. The first ten states ranked by per capita collections and their tonnages Are Nevada 76 pounds per person 4190 tons Rhode Island 72.9 pounds per person tons Kansas 72.2 pounds tons Pennsylvania 67 pounds tons Utah 64.4 pounds tons new Hampshire 61.1 pounds tons Montana 60.6 pounds tons Oregon 59.5 pounds tons new York 58.3 pounds tons and col Orado 55.6 pounds tons. need for nurses aides is acute the need for nurses aides is Norrison Beatty. Secretary of the Washoe county civilian de sense Board said last night. A new class is expected to begin monday so All interested women with time to spare for War Aid should enrol at once it was said. Mrs. E. M. Lord is nurses aide chairman. The army and Navy Are enlist ing thousands of nurses. As a re sult hospitals in this City and in All cities Are understaffed. There fore the old has requested More nurses aides to be assigned to casualty hospitals. Volunteer nurses aides Are in tended to assist the nurse so that she May be Able to serve a greater number of patients. A registered nurse mrs. Rena work has been engaged to teach the course. During the course the nurse s aide must have so hours of special training by the american red Cross of actually serving in hospitals 20 hours of first Aid two hours of Gas defense five hours of general defense and two hours of Drill. Army dentist Duane l. Nelson son of or. And mrs. Arthur p. Nelson of Reno is now a first lieutenant in the army medical corps and is stationed at Camp Young Indio cal., As a dentist. He is a graduate of Reno High school and attended the University of Nevada for two years. He graduated from the University of California in 1936, Anc accompanied the 1936 olympic team to Berlin Germany. Army wants desert land condemnation suit filed Here Possession of acres of land in the Black Rock desert in the counties of Humboldt and per shag was taken by the Federal government yesterday through action in the Federal court. The land War boards Aid Farmers transportation group to be formed facilities of county War boards of the u. S. Department of Agri culture in Nevada will be available to assist farm truck operators and other operators who engage in hauling farm supplies to and from farms in filling out application for certificates of War necessity under the office of defense transportation s general order e. A. Settelmeyer chairman of the Nevada us a Board announced yesterday. The plan announced jointly by Odt and the us a will make this assistance available until novem Ber 15. State and county us a War boards in Nevada will set up county farm transportation commit tees in each county to carry on a comprehensive transportation conservation assignment. The Wahoo county farm transportation committee appointed yesterday by the Washoe county us a War Board is As follows j. L. Hash chairman Charles Brown and Louis Capurro representing agriculture with Jess Christensen and Caesar Ramelli As alternates Dan Moritti jr., of the Beckley livestock transportation company representing truck transportation h. D. Pat san Ford regular committee represent ing farm Supply dealers and Bert Allison alternate representing Supply dealers. This committee will hold its firs meeting at p. M. Monday october 19, at the county Exten Sion service office in the Post office building. Under the certificate of War necessity order All commercial to Lor vehicles Are required to Curry certificates of War necessity after november 15. Certificate of a necessity will the mile that May be operated and the Load that May be carried by All vehicle affected by the order. Mailing o the applications to Farmers a been started by the office of do miss Yvonne Rosasco Kappa Jopha Theta at the University of Nevada was. Named yesterday As miss Navy a by the Nevada Lavy recruiting station. Queen for the weekend miss Rosasco will be escorted to numer als social functions by Fred Cade sold Hill who was the 500th re Cruit to enlist in the Navy. The festivities begin today with Vliss Rosasco and Cade attending he football game Between the u of n. And Stockton motor corps. They will introduced during half Becker s hot noon lunch from 11 till 2. Will be used for a bombing Range and the government easement with drawing the land most of which is Public Domain will remain in Force for five years. The condemnation suit was filed in Federal court by Thomas o. Raven United states attorney and m. A. Diskin special assistant to the attorney general handling land problems and immediate pos session was Given by Federal judge Frank h. Norcross. There Are about 800 acres of privately owned land in the big tract several mining claims and some razing permits. Hearings will be held later to determine the value of the private holdings. Defendants in the suit include Samuel k. Johnston Walter a. Johnstone Jmanie Johnstone Don Johnstone estate of George Swee Ney Edwin e. Van Riper r. H. Williams Ben Cassidy Fred to gel r. R. Whittier John Doe de Voe Albert comes a. D. Ramel Walter l. Low g. R. Simpson Dorothy m. L. Simpson and de Thompson. Fred Cade 500th recruit for Yvonne Rosasco chosen As Navy a Queen Yvonne Rosasco Smith visits Robert Smith former University of Nevada student who has been employed with a Large Creamery in san Francisco visited briefly in Reno last night. Smith who was inducted in the army at Monterey last week is planning to visit his relatives in Winnemucca before reporting for duty. Sense transportation its Cen trial mailing office at Detroit. As the mailing is completed ii a particular area the states Ani counties covered will be announced. Any operator of a commercial vehicle including a farm truck who has not received his application Blank when the mailing a been announced As finished in i county should apply to the nearest Field office of the Odt Divisio of motor transport for forms Cov ering his trucks or truck Settel Meyer said. The committees first responsibility in this work will be to give Farmers and truckers hauling farm products and supplies from and to the farm All possible assistance in filling out applications for certificates of War necessity. Places where farm truck operators will be Able to receive such assistance will be announced locally according to Settelmeyer. County farm transportation committees will be made up of five regular and four alternate Mem Bers to be appointed by county us a War Board. The chairman of the county us a War Board will automatically serve As a Mem Ber and As committee chairman. Two other Farmers will repro Federal court sentences Given sentence was passed yesterday on nine men who pleaded guilt to charges of Selling liquor to indians by Federal judge Frank h. Norcross. The men Are de Hogan five Days and one Dollar Fred Simp son 10 Days and one Dollar Raj Runn seven Days and one Dollar Alex Mcleod Days and one Dollar Wiley Howard five Days and one Dollar Robert Olsen Mcdonald 10 Days and one Dollar Charley g Johnson 10 and one Dollar Frank Stoddard imposition of sentence suspended until May 3, placed on Proba Tion until then George c. Mccauley imposition of sentence sus Pended until May 3, 1943, placed on probation until then. Ime when miss Navy a will e presented with a jewelry gift and special numbers by the band and Blue peppers will be staged. The five girls in addition to miss Rosasco who were nominated for miss Navy a were Brownlie by in Gamma Phi Beta doll Cor Bett Manzanita association Wilma Cassinella Delta Delta Delta Dorothy Reynolds Independent and Adey May Dunnell i Beta Phi. It. George 0 Hackett head of the Navy Board from the local recruiting station stated that the Navy Board had a hard time Choos no miss Navy a from the Candi dates and finally asked several others to help judge among them Ina Ray Hutton dance band Leader and Navy Recruiter who introduced the nominees last saturday at the Al Patio ballroom. Miss Rosasco is a senior at the University president of the sages group armistice Day program set feature of Observance commissions in Navy air Force earned by two youths from Reno Navy wings and commissions As i jr., son of or. And mrs. A. A Ensign were presented to two Reno Larson 3121 Arlington also president of panhellenic National sorority organization. Cade graduated last Spring from Virginia City High school where to As Active in football and Basket Ball. After the football game this afternoon the couple will have dinner at the Trocadero attend a movie if they wish or the Blue Pepper dance in the University gymnasium and have late supper and dancing at the club Fortune. Sunday they will attend Church services and after luncheon miss Rosasco will accompany Cade to the Tram to see him off As he leaves for training. A taxi will he at the sen ice of the couple during the weekend and local business men have donated the jewelry gift Flowers for miss Rosasco and a purse for Cade. Lieutenant Hackett and it. J Forest Jamison have been in charge of the event for the Navy and Joe t. Mcdonnell graduate manager. Gene Mastroianni. Stu Dent president and Bill Friel Sagebrush editor for the univer sity. Sent the two most important types of agriculture in the county. In addition one member will represent the truck transportation services for agricultural commodities in the county and another will be a local dealer of farm supplies. Headquarters for the commit tees will be the offices of the county us a War boards with the county Extension sen ice. Assisting Farmers in filling out applications for certificates of War necessity is Only the initial Job of these committees Settelmeyer said. Their major responsibility will be to develop farm transportation conservation programs in their areas. Plans Are rapidly being completed for the armistice Day Celebration this year the commit tee in charge announced yesterday with present indications being the Observance will be the most successful m years. Featuring a buy a War Bond theme the Celebration will include a Parade the regular memorial service at the state building a special program at the University of Nevada football game and the annual american legion banquet. Darrel Dunalp Post of the legion is sponsoring the Observance. According to it. Col. William gent who is in charge of the Parade Many local organizations have indicated they will enter. The Parade starts at 10 a m. At the Corner of second and West streets guests of Honor at the Parade will be gov. E. P. Carville senator Pat Mccarran rep. Scrugham. Mayor August Frohoch of Reno major d j. Form of Sparks. Organizations which to Date Lave indicated they will enter the Arade include the r. O t. C. And band. Reno High school r. 0. T. C. And band Sparks High school band. United Spanish War veterans and auxiliary g. A. A a Omen s Relief corps. Blue Pep ers boy scouts girl scouts american legion auxiliary Nevada native daughters civil air patrol air raid wardens the Home patrol Sears Roebuck co veterans of foreign wars and auxiliary and Indian band disabled War veterans and the Duby Reid Post of the american legion a prominent National figure will be the principal speaker at the memorial service. During the Cal aggie football game the University Blue peppers will sell War Bonds and Stamps. There will be a Flag Rais ing ceremony and a speaker for half time. The annual banquet will be held that night at the Cedars. G. A. Rogers is general chairman for the men october 9 at Corpus Christi Texas according to word received Here. The two were Adler m. Larsen 1 Reno and Henry w. Schmidt son of or. And mrs. Henry r. Schmidt p. O. Box 1811, Reno. Larsen and Schmidt both attended Reno schools and the univer sity of Nevada whore Larsen was a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fran Tenily. Schmidt enlisted for flight training in August 1911. Larson in december 1941, and both received preliminary instruction at the u. S. Naval re serve air base in Oakland California. 1 h. Schmidt v. T. Locomotive sold to contractor old locomotive no. 20, frequently used by the Virginia Truckee railway before 1926, has been sold to Clifford c. Bong con tractor it has been announced by Sam Bigelow v. T. General manager. Bong will have the old engine overhauled and is to use it on some of his projects. No. 20 was formerly used on the Minden line and As a Helper Over the Lakeview j tuesday oct. 20, at 2 p. M. Officials attend Chicago conclave c. V Isbell president of the local chapter of the associated Gen Oral contractors of America and Charles l. Hill Secretary have gone to Chicago 111., to attend the fall meeting of the governing and boards of the association. The hireling will be held octo Ber 19 and 20 at the Drake hotel to plan How general contractors can continue to execute War projects at top Speed and do every thing possible to help in the War Effort. A. M. Larsen Riggle is. Crowell Heckethorn Parish in final election results of the primary elections at University of Nevada yesterday for class manage ships found Walter Riggle Sigma no from Sparks entering the Junior class finals against Bob Crowell Theta Chi from Reno. Sophomore finals will be be tween Howard Heckethorn Sigma senator Bunker leaves for state senator Berkeley l. Bunker will arrive Here next week to spend a week or More campaigning with the democratic candidates it was announced yesterday at demo cratic Headquarters by state chairman Joe Farnsworth. Senator Bunker it is expected will speak in Reno Sparks Las vegas and other Points in the state. Charge of the dinner. Celebration and Gene Shoupe is in no from Las vegas and Bill Par ish Lambda Chi from Reno. Riggle totalled 32 in the Junior primary Crowell 22, Paul Arenaz 19, and George Homer 10. Among the Sophs Parish polled 32, adult consumer class is slated a class for adults on consumer food problems will be started soon under the supervision of mrs. Gwendolyn Wagner of the state department of vocational Educa Tion sponsored by the Washoe county consumer Council. An organization meeting Register and decide on time of meetings and plans will be held Kornmayer Western states told about Gas gasoline rationing in the West Ern states May allow residents of the few and far Between Community areas More of the liquid in order to take care of their needs according to word from Washington. Leon Henderson opa director said the rationing system would be elastic enough so As not to Wor undue hardship. H. A Heidtman real estate insurance. Washoe realty co. 19 w. Second myl5tf Summit. 1 b. D. Billinghurst Junior High. Ambulance Day or or Sparks. Reasonable rates. Phone Sparks Reno owned 144 East Plaza the local help phone Pacific meat company fire dept. 0.11-n.12 Villa Sierra Highway 40 phone 22f3 try our dinners there s none better West of the Rockies we carry class a card from health dept. Our steaks and Chicken served Are the Best Quality everything cooked to order ask your friends our pies and pastries Are Home made about Villa Siena dinners that will be sufficient City limit fruit and meat Market 1503 South Virginia Road 8172 plenty of free parking space with Purchase in. Vegetables carrots turnips beets and Green Filc 3 Bunches dry lag 3 ibs. Lib. Leg Golden Ripe for slicing. In. Or banana for juice each 1 g All kinds in. Pc string Pound v 1 leg Large eggs medium extra Doz. Retail shop wholesale Kyj laces meats pot Pound 19c veal Pound Tbone found round and Pound 32c of Pound ground 2 ibs. Fresh boiling 2 ibs. Young in. 25c Pound 40c pork la. A loin end cuts .3dc coloured fryers. Fey. In. 42c sirloin tip Roost 34c Boneless pot roast sold. Cuts in. 19c rib boil . 10 medium extras p1 l. C medium Titi Fresn eggs Large Doz. 49 c Doz. 24 and Henry Stewart six. Sirloin . Top round Steak. In. Veal . 31c Lamb . 31c veal round Steak. In. 49 lunch . 31c Bologna liver sausage in. 23c pickled pigs . 5c . 34e coloured hens. Turkeys. Rabbits once a year fifteen Facia preparations beyond compare Dollar each extraordinary Large double values some triple second and Virginia phone 4114 a Metspa Perl

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