Business: Glory Hole

Nevada last week celebrated the 68th anniversary of its admission to the Union. No celebrant, however, was lank Governor Frederick Bennett Balzar, onetime railroad conductor, onetime six-shooting sheriff of Mineral County. He was in Washington, D. C. begging the R. F. C. to lend Nevada $2,000,000. Most of the banks of his arid State were at an impasse. When the loan did not come through, Governor Balzar communicated with his Lieutenant Governor Morley Griswold. As a result of that communication, Nevada's 91,000 citizens awoke from their celebration to find' 19 of their 26...

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