130 YEARS AGO
The Nameless Hero: N. A. Chandler, a Deputy Sheriff ... who was a witness of the death of Major Ormsby and knows the name of the "Boy Herb," who gave up his life in the vain struggle to rescue his leader from the savages. Can not someone send Mr. Chandler's address to F. T. Gilbert, Carson City, Nevada and aid in placing in the history of our State the name of this brave youth?
120 YEARS AGO
Skating - parties have had little sport in the past few weeks, and propose to kick up a row with the weather clerk.
70 YEARS AGO
195 Clocks - are in the 26 studios of a broadcasting company in New York City and are checked for accuracy on an average of every 12 hours.
50 YEARS AGO
President Eisenhower - followed up the diplomatic break with Cuba by warning the Castro regime to keep hands off the $70 million U.S. Naval Base at Guantanamo Bay.
20 YEARS AGO
Mercury - Anti-nuclear activists supporting a United Nations ban on nuclear testing demonstrated at Mercury proving grounds. More than 700 people were arrested on misdemeanor trespass charges.
10 YEARS AGO
Sheila Abbe has won her first fight to maintain control of the Stewart Indian School Museum as District Judge Bill Maddox issued a temporary order restoring Abbe as a member of the museum board of directors.
• Sue Ballew is the daughter of Bill Dolan, who wrote this column for the Nevada Appeal from 1947 until his death in 2006.