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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - September 8, 1965, Reno, NevadaGazett a it Page Twenty three Sparks liquor gaming fee increase proposal runs into objection the possibility of raising Sparks gaming and liquor License fees to meet Reno s rates was urged tuesday before the Sparks Council. The Council met As a commit tee of the whole 1o review pro posed changes in that s business License ordinance which in some cases run Only half As much As Reno s. Councilman Hank Swart objected. Have in Ilio Cintz i1io.uc liquor License fees in the Demers said the business potential in Sparks is As As any in Reno maybe Beer and liquor distributors pay and s300 respectively in Sparks. Reno fees Are and the cabaret License in Sparks costs s600. In Reno it is the on premises alcoholic beverage License in Sparks is based profit if we raise the fees it will put a lot of Small businesses out of Swart said. It would be too much of a jump compared to Reno s Roulette craps and "21" tables in Sparks Are assessed Flat 5200 per game while Reno on per is for Gross year. The Ftp Al Tyr a i i formerly based on the number of employees. City attorney James Brooke Vas ordered to prepare a final draft of the business License ordinance to be introduced at the next Council meeting. Another Public hearing will be held before the ordinance can be passed. For spark businessmen to something to cry about ver for the milk company when a truck spills 1, shop owner voices protest Carson condemns historic hotel decision on remap expected charges As much As Pel game for 20 tables or More. We Don t do the same volume of business on b Street As they do on Virginia Street in Swart said. I d like to talk to the people affected before we make any said Swart. The Council agreed. Changes other changes proposed by the Council were Rev. E. Sloan former Reno minister Dies Rev. Ernest Clinton Sloan formerly a pastor of Baptist churches in Reno and Sparks in Council were get. 3 m a Santa Monica charging bail Bond brokers Calif Hospital friends in Reno a year to practice in Lave been at Gazette journal Carson Bureau least one of four so p in the Arlington Hole in downtown Carson seek an injunction to delay demolition of the historic two Story building which was condemned tuesday night by Carson Council. The Council ordered the shops and hotel be posted As owner of Center this Spring however in Ngi ithe meantime i can t afford to a. Be out of business for some six said Ted Thornton own the Burlington shoe store in the Center of the build ing which fronts on Carson s main Street. I will Battle closure of the building at this time. I am Dis cussing the problem with my attorney and Hope to delay clo Nameer Jim rank said to Rankin said Legal notice to the owner or. . Preston and the entire Structure cover ing most of a Block be demolished within 90 Days notice. O cd live. My sure by seeking an injunction of what Ever method is feast Thornton said. By Law i must Post the build on moving out of the Ling with unsafe do not enter r in a a ppm or so. Building to the new y Chen shop still has four Yeau Oil dog Rie net s being sent by registered mail in about a week when the mail receipt is returned i will have to Post the signs. If the Law is enforced and no one is allowed into the shops up to another Helen Mullins owner of the Scheri shop in the building said this is very discouraging i will consult my attorney How Ever before i decide what action if any i will Lake. O go. I am not i 11 i the shops in the build Carson Jewelly co. Located in Southern Section of the Las vegas ears the decision had been written percentage of profit. J. Am Imp lug m the building was Council because something for c o m m e n t should have been done years ago to improve the Structure the Board passed pre keep it in Pace with the times i Moons condemning the mols i plan to stay in business in which wag constructed son . The answer May o Carson in. E o not be destruction of the Buie last night the Previ. Ing though. It is very disc our Vivere rescinded and demolition of the entire building i will consult my attorney within 90 rays was ordered and partners before deciding on the Council pointed out that said Eai was taken m owner of the to give the owner of the building ample time to remove shop owners from the building however Preston owner of the building said i have not previously had Legal notice. Just a statement from the coun a course of Coleman part owner Oil. M its initial draft. Other ludic so fees who heard the suit june 23 Are . Dist. Judges Bruce Thomp son of Reno and Stanley Barnes of san Francisco. Foley was hopeful the Deci Sion would be filed before the end of the month. He declined to give details of the the suit was brought by for Mer assemblywoman Flora m Durigan Dclark and or. Clare w. Woor Bury a Clark county school District trustee ally. Gen. Harvey Dickison in los Angeles m Mil. and returned to manufacturing Reno in 1949 As the first pastor of the Community Baptist Church of Reno. In 1951 lie accepted a Call to become pastor of Trinity Baptist Church in Santa Monica and had served there since that time. Born 78 years ago in Arkan the Rev. Or. Joan had been pastor successively of i churches in Sand Springs Slevc was hop county commission Pawnee okla. And in cars have supported a decision of frcsn0i chm and Fowler. Calif. Adjustment 0 moving to spa is. Is commission supports sign decision Board ,.a granting of a special permit to the Picuri r use Pel Iii defended the present makeup of i Jollu mated signs Iho in the Imen isl i Don t care if the building what Ada Legisla Lui a in the multiple apartments before the three is torn Down if thai you want but i must a authority m writing to re-1 move people leasing space in the the Council assured Preston the would receive Legal notice. In addition to the four shops in business in the building a Small Annex of room rentals is use. Annex was constructed Brief he judge panel the suit seeks to re apportion both houses of the Nevada legislature on a population basis the Nevada Assembly is App or one. Of i. Toned roughly along population lines but the Senate makeup provides one seat for each the state s 17 counties. Nevada lawmakers rejected several plans during their 1965 session to re apportion the legis lature themselves. The Board approved the rec surviving a commendation by a 3-2 vote late Nettie Sion tuesday after a lengthy morn Santa no hearing. During the hearing our persons appeared in opposition to the signs. Three o these were North Lake Tahoe residents. Two o t h e r persons spoke in favor of the signs one describing them As directional signs rather than commercial prior a member if the m m Cleveland and was a commander of hip court honour in hip scottish rite bodies of Nevada. Surviving Are his widow. Mrs. Of Monica son Large bar and dining area opened briefly last year has been closed for several months rooms above the shops front on Carson Street been sealed off and con Idemne for several years. A spokesman for gov. Grant Sawyer said no decision to Call a special session would be made until the Federal decision had been announced. The spokesman said a special session would be pointless if the court orders own reapportionment rather than directing lawmakers to do the Job orders demolition of the Arlington shop owners protest Wai voiced today. Photo Spee Iol to the Gazette senior citizen activity set in Sparks i a Sparks senior citizens win ter social activity program will be established thursday morn Ling at the caboose Sparks recreation Center. Sparks residents 60 years or older Are invited to the organizational meeting at at 1124 c St. In Sparks. Don Payne recreation and Parks director said the pro Gram will include bus trips to areas of interest dances Din ners card parties and other so Cial events. The Arlington once fashionably the Gazette journal Carson Bureau fashionable eloquent Toast of the town. The Arlington hot-1 once played Host to Nevada s top politicians businessmen and gamblers. Now an old building de scribed As an eyesore and Hazard by the Carson Council it has born on dem nod and will be demolished within 90 Days i be member in the Early 1900 s the hotel was a Lively place. Big Gambler played cards in its nicely decorated poker areas until he Early hours of the morning said Ernest Bath retired Carson postmaster. Bath added i be Merber that i could t wait to get Over to the hotel the place was going full blast he noted that business was Good and hotel rooms were rented most every night. _ i can recall bail to 1925, comments Oliver Pratt and at that time the Lotel Vas fancy and owned by William Maxwell. High class it had a very High class dining room table cloths candles Ana All that goes with it. Prominent folks from Reno and Carson could almost always be seen in the dining room of the hotel on sunday having dinner. Lawmakers stayed at the hotel. The legislators and lobbyists alike gathered in the evenings at the hotel to discuss Pill a Ferdnal court Thlork noted that some High rolling poker games took place in the hotel particularly Dur ing the legislative sessions. The building is about three blocks from the state Capitol in downtown Carson and immediately South of the Nevada state museum. It has t been determined exactly How old the building is however Tine old timer re Calls that it was constructed m the late 1870 s or at least by 1881. The Annex was constructed in 1906-1907. Pictures of the hotel taken around the turn of the Cen Tury show a fancy front on the hotel and ample parking for hoses carriages and stage coaches. Many old timers in the Cap ital View the Arlington hotel with fond memories. To relative newcomers in Carson the Arlington appears As a drab old building in the Center of a which has indicated concern Over the Beauty of its downtown area in the future. Freezing temperatures for Nevada freezing temperatures May descend on Nevada this eve Ning the . Weather Bureau station at Reno Munici pal Airport reported. The forecast Calls for temperature lows of from 30 to 40 degrees across the state. Daytime temperatures will be rising toward Normal How Ever As Nevada brushes off from a cold and drizzly storm that struck during the week end. The freakish disturbance brought about half an Inch of rain to Reno to swell the sea son s total to inches five times Normal. It also brought one of the earliest snows to the Sierra and forced Tabor Day motorists to put on chains on the it. Rose Highway. Partly Cloudy weather was expected this afternoon. Skies will Clear tonight and remain Clear thursday the weather Man said. Reno s High temperature tuesday was 65 degrees and its Low this morning was 37 today s High was forecast a 75, and thursdays at 78. A Low of 34 is called for thurs Day morning. La lick in other business the commissioners denied an Appeal by a Vole of mrs. Ruth malts regard no land near Stead air Force base. Until sept. La at 0 . An Appeal of Rene Gau Bert from the decision of the Board of adjustment recommending that a special use per Mit be granted for an addition o an existing hotel Complex at incline Village Board of adjust ment recommendation for Spe Cial Ermit issuance to Bureau Earl c. Sloan of Oakland two daughters mrs. Nit a Taylor of Pacific Palisades and mrs. Veta spoon of Saratoga a Lor mrs. Georgia Wells of Lnu Siville. By. Two Brothers. Charles Sloan Las vegas and David Sloan of Louisville and eight grandchild run. A funeral sen up was con ducted tuesday afternoon in Trinity Church with Rev. Fred Judson Clergyman. Burial was in the masonic plot of com Cuci y. Cucu of land management to operate a top soil pit about one mile Northwest of Reno sky ranch. Request of Lou of Roux for use of two county water tanks at air show to be held at sky ranch sept. 11 and sunday journal tells Story of science matters scientific Are never difficult to understand when they Are explained or Dis cussed by or. Wendell a. Mordy in his column Sci ence in or Mordy director of the desert research Institute at University of Nevada has been a regular contributor to the sunday Nevada state journal for several years. He makes science interest ing for the Layman by trans lating Complex subjects into language the Layman can grasp. That s Why science in Nevada is one of the popu Lar features of the big gain sunday journal bar is however me us lift faces a big Proem some 35 to 40 residents of Gerlach Are faced with a major problem and Washoe county commissioners were asked tuesday to lend a Little advice. Ernest Johnson representing the townspeople told the com missioners that the Western Pacific Railroad which owns the land Gerlach is situated on wishes to sell the land. If someone else gets it it could mean raising of rents and people Johnson said. He said that the Railroad wants to sell the land and water rights from Springs near by. Johnson said that the leases on property held by residents run Only from year to year. He said that discussions with Railroad officials have indicated the Railroad is willing to work out any kind of a Deal with tiie Johnson s question to the commissioners was what can we do he said there was still about acres to be cleared yet in the area and that would bring it to acres of Good productive four choices for the Gerlach residents were offered by county Legal adviser Clinton Wooster. These were to in corporate unincorporated form a special assessment District. Johnson said there Are about 35 or 40 people leasing land in Gerlach. The land he said runs approximately 4 to 5 cents per Square foot for residential property and 8 cents for business property. Johnson said the preference of the people he represents in Gerlach is to form an advisory group having the county commissioners As a guiding Force. Johnson said that sewer Cost estimates runs from to for the area. Wooster said that the unincorporated town route might be Well Worth consider eng by Hie Gerlach residents but he added i Don t see How you can get anything done almost head named desalinization representative Ivan Pat head of Las vegas Nevada administrator of the Colorado River commission was named today to represent the stale at hip first International symposium on Salmi action oct. 3-9 in washing ton. This will be the first Ern Moni to go eminent arming of scientific information on removing Salt from Ocean Ater representatives of the Arious staes and More than 60 countries have accepted in Vita on to attend. Head has Repicz Encl Grant Sawyer in urging con Gressional committees to he Southern Nevada and South Vest water projects. He also Heads the Nevada delegation on the Western states Vater Council. Sawyer has said conversion of sea and brackish water represents the ultimate answer to the world s pressing water prob lems. The governor supports propos als to divert excess water from areas of plenty 1o and regions but save measured anticipated population expansion these Are a i Best Only temporary Sawyer lifts fire restriction in the Sierra a fire restriction which had i been in effect in the Nevada but it also sm6 that Over 8.000 veterinarians. Remind me hot to sick in 1980 without exception until you be got property owners partition ing to have it Wooster quickly pointed out that the big problem is that lotion of the Sierra since july there Are As yet no property 10_ was today by gov. Owners in Gerlach. Grant Sawyer. Commissioner Jack cunning the fire Hazard which caused Ham appeared to express the the order to be issued Vas re general opinion of the Board moved by recent Rains he said when he commented i think the closing order issued it s important that you get the the request of state forester people to get their Heads to George Zappetti prohibited Trether and spell out exactly smoking except in buildings to Getner an _ Tor vehicles and improved areas in the Sierra from pea me Mountain North of Reno to the state line South of Genoa. Also were banned except in improved campgrounds and living areas and motor vehicles were required to have an what they Johnson who is not a Resi Dent of Gerlach said that he would discuss the Board s Opin ions with the Gerlach towns people. He indicated that he would keep in close touch with the commissioners regarding the problem. Approved Type of spark arrester. In spa Peri newspaper

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