Reno Gazette-Journal from Reno, Nevada on June 4, 1959 · Page 30
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Reno Gazette-Journal from Reno, Nevada · Page 30

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1 SO RENO EVENING GAZETTE June 4, 1953 Carson Sets Graduation Rites Tonight CARSON CITY Graduation exercises will be held tonight at 8 p.m. in the high school auditorium for 62 seniors of Carson City high school. Giving the commencement address will be Gov. Grant Sawyer, while honor students Tina Bundy and Bill Crowell will also speak. Invocation will be by the Rev. Charles Case of the Carson Presbyterian church and benediction by Bishop Keith Long of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Members of the graduating class include Isabel deLipkau, Phyllis Barrier. Edna Reid. Tina Bundy, Jean Jones, Martha Westover, Shirley Edwards, Genidine Fele-sina, Phyllis Wright, Kay Speth-man. Barbara Reihl, Carol Hutchler, Linda Thompson, Jerry Ann Shearer, Toby Guffrey, Linda Fleming, Judy Gray, Sharon Johnson, Carol Lee Scott, Gail Smoot, Betty Kunce, Carol Koehler, Cathy Doherty. Calvin Wilson, Gary Catledge, Hart Tisdele, Dave Lippincott. Russell Wilde, Stan Walker, Bill Keezer, Gary Eldridge, Tim Grant, George Wendell, Ted Hardy, Tom Seeliger, Jim Glaser. Jack Christensen, John Newman, Denver Dickerson, Tex Ox-borrow, Gary Little, Don Dietrich. Ken Swift, John Burnett, Arthur Kafton. TIM Griffin, Bruce Smith. Guy Yates. Pat Bacon, Tim Bis-sell. Jack Bird. Brenton Parker John Slansky, Mel Phillips a n c , Richard Graves. . ' s XLJ-U " I ff Sahara Steps Out as Sponsor Of Boat Race LAS VEGAS, Nev., June 4 (AP) The Sahara hotel has withdrawn its sponsorship of the annual Sahara cup race at nearby Lake Mead for unlimited hydroplanes. Thp rnmmnnitv mav tako it nvpr IconeS, and a BaKea There The Lake Mead Yacht Club, National Park Service and the Junior and Senior Chambers of Commerce voted at a meeting last night to explore the possibilities of sponsorship. A decision will be made at a meeting June 17. This year's race, scheduled fo-Oct. 21, already has been sanc tioned by the American Power Boat Assn. It is the last of a schedule of nine for unlimited hydroplanes. Last year's event decided the National Championship. The Sahara said it is withdraw ing because "in its three year history the event simply has become too big a project for sponsorship by one organization." Sparks Methodisif Stage Carnival The all church outdoor carnival of the Sparks Methodist church will be held Saturday at 1231 Pyramid Way. Mrs. June Murphy, general chairman, said booths will open at 10 a.m. Various games of skill can be played. There also will be a booth for aprons, snow refreshment stand. goods also will be sold, will be pony rides for children. Olympics Meet Date Advanced A meeting of the Nevada Olympics Commission and the governor's special Olympics advisory committee has been stepped up from June 19 to June 15, it was learned yesterday. The session, called by Gov. Grant Sawyer after a closed-door meeting with the four-man advisory group, will be held at 10:30 a. m. in the governor's office. . WILL PAY 10 INTEREST For $25,000 loan for one year. Good security. Write Box 1607, Reno, Nevada. There are approximately '200 American oil companies exploring in 30 foreign countries for I possible new oil fields. FRANK TOMSIC, manager of the beaut tiful new Eagle Thrifty Market at 1500 Wells Ave., proudly displays the detergent miracle, Genie. A complete household detergent, Colgate's new Genie actually can do the work of 12 different cleaners and combats germs as it cleans. (Adv.) A new Mississippi River-Gulf Canal atlhe port of New Orleans will cut approximately 40 miles off the present route. Repossessed OFFICE EQUIPMENT PRICED FOR QUICK SALE 5 IBM Elec. Typewriters 1 Marchant Calculator 2 Monroe Calculators 1 Edison Voicewriter Set 1 Edison Dictaphone 3 Steel Desks 6 File Cabinets 5 Dr. 2 7' Storage Cabinets SEE AT 1 32 WEST ST MR. CAM. SANDBURG'S Commencement address to the University of Nevada Graduating Class will be broadcast in its entirety Tonight at 8:00 P.M. DIAL 630- RADIO KOH Thursday, 8:00 - 9:00 P.M. Keeping It Safe NOG ALES, Ariz. UP) A police- Bill Crow, Ronny Hayes, i man glven a Julcy watermelon was momentarily stumped at how j to keep it from fellow officers. Then he used his jackknife to do a little carving. VVhen he returned that night, the melon was intact on a shelf. He had inscribed on it: "Evidence." In Chile if you change a 550 traveler's check you get 52,500 pesos. You need a suitcase in which to carry your money. WEATHER Information as furnished by the U: Weather Bureau at the Reno Municipa Airport, Reno. Temperatures high and low for 24 hours ending at 4:30 a. m., Thursday, June 4. 1959. H L NEVADA Los Angeles . STATIONS Louisville . . . RENO ....MM Memphis . . . Austin ... 82 49 Miami Beach. Battle Mounf in 87 41 Mpls-St. Paul Carson City . 81 . New Orleans Elko S3 48 New York Ely .... 81 40 Oklahoma City Fallon . . . . 85 54 Omaha . . . Las Vegas. . . 99 68 Philadelphia . Lovelock . . . 86 49 Phoenix . . Susanvill. . . 83 41 Pittsburgh . . Tonopah .... 84 49 Portland, Me.. 82 64 Winnemucca. . 81 38 Portland, Ore.. 72 55 Sacamento . . 86 75 Raleigh . . NATIONAL Rapid City. . INFORMATION Richmond . . Albany NY . 80 54 St. Louis . . Atbuquerqu. . 74 52 Salt Lake City Amariilo ... 75 55 San Antonio" Atlanta . ... 83 62 San Diego . . Birmingham. . 84 59 San Francisco Bismarck ... 92 55 St. Ste. Marie. Boise . . . . 78 50 Seattle . . . Boston . . . . 75 66 Spokane . . . Brownsville . 92 77 Tampa . . . . Buffalo .... 72 53 Washington . . Casper .... 83 48 Wichita . . Charleston SC 80 65 Edmonton . . Chicago . . . 75 65 Montreal . . . Cincinnati . . 79 50 Ottawa . . . Cleveland ... 73 52 Winnipeg . . . Columbus O . 78 49 Regina . . . Denver .... 81 50 Toronto . . . Detroit .... 80 58 Vancouver, B.C. 68 55 Dulufh .... 89 40 Anchorage El Paso .... 88 61 Fairbanks ... 74 51 Fargo Juneau .... 54 42 Fort Worth . 84 69 Honolulu, T.H. 84 73 Galveston . . 88 79 Helena .... 81 50 Jacksonville. . 91 71 Kansas City . 80 65 Inyokern ... 97 61 PRECIPITATION DATA Reno end vicinity: last 24 hours, none; season to date, 7.24; normal to date, -58; to date last year, 10.58. Other stations: Albuquerque, .04; Ama-rMlo, .20; Ft. Worth, .46; Jacksonville, .01; Miami Beach, .66; Portland, Ore., .04; Raleigh, 167; Edmonton, .01. FORECASTS Reno and western Nevada: fair through Friday, some high cloudiness, little Change In temperatures. Sierra Nevada: fair through Friday, some high cloudiness, little change in temperatures. Nevada: fair through Friday, some h'gh cloudiness, little change in temperatures. Sunset Thursday, 8:23 p.rn,., sunrise Friday, 5:33 a.m., sunset Friday, 8:23 p.m. Aid for Teachers MEXICO CITY, June 4 (AP) The Mexican government has opened six stores in the capital where teachers may buy food, clothing and other articles at discounts up to 30 per cent. The education ministry said the idea was part of a plan of President Adolfo Lopez Mateos to improve the lot of poorly paid instructors. i i 1 ' Am f m r n to keep it from fellow officers. CARY 5 - PURE Cff J)ffJl P U I I W W ssT syrup : fes VSBHsVBsVBHHHSSsVS Solely from Pure Maple Sap j J si5r!yl liS' i COMPLETE lllJlj Contains nothing else! ' j Sjf u bsA)' $795 I I'tCi - SERVICE I V,SIT 0UR complete mJ rs vl I 1 NATURAL, VEGETARIAN, KS If WtO I FREE ESTIMATES 5 j 14 yT 4ttr If If J if schopV WASHOE DRUG &jf i NURSERY CO. f 1298 S. 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BLUE STAR FROZEN POT PIES TURKEY, TUNA, BEEF, CHICKEN A MEAL BLUE STAR FROZEN AA AfABSMVII O rUECCC IVltW-tltWIMH 3t WnECC IN ITSELF V ciieezits ls :::::. Purity Pnnif ICQ Orango Marmalada Pi! In AUBUT OCEAN FRESH V nmwit mini jJ u 1 4 mS&3 RfDW0C EMPIRIi 1 i " J 3f sm R0WT. I lODr" H I Hf ft 1 That shopping at SewelPs IS a family affair because at Sewell's they aways find the huge variety of merchandise that really creates just the right mood for everyone. SIS likes to shop at Sewell's because she knows that everything to make her a "real cool date bait" for platter parties can be found in the large selection of chilled soft drinks and the yum-m-m-y goodies in the bakery department. DAD enjoys investigating the gourmet's treasures from home and abroad for titillating tidbits, because after all, married men know their wives are too busy with everyday menu planning to pick up seasoned oysters or minced clams. The Blue Ribbon Boys keep Sewell's garden department Just sprouting with suggestions for out-door living . . . from hose connections for the garden to necessary Chef's equipment for barbeques. MOM? Well, as for Mom, she is the WISE one. At Sewell's she can turn her family loose and know everyday PRICES at Sewell's are as LOW, IF NOT LOWER, than other so-called advertised specialsl Besides, she can depend on Sewell's for Quality Name Brand Merchandise at Real Down to Earth Savings. YOUR HOME TOWN GROCER to WELL9S WINNEMUCCA, NEVADA ELKO, NEVADA 430 N. Sierra St. RENO, NEVADA 1 "i

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