Reno Gazette-Journal from Reno, Nevada on November 9, 1955 · Page 19
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Reno Gazette-Journal from Reno, Nevada · Page 19

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wAnne xto Ren sS ierra Vista School Opened Pastel Desks, Colored Floors Spark Addition- A former GI Jbarracks converted into a schoolhouse made another step towards civilian life Monday as a colorful, four-room cinder-block addition was opened. Northeast Reno's Sierra Vista school on Valley road initiated a new addition by simply opening the doors and admitting the students. The only incident which could possibly be construed as ceremony was the placing oT a small American flag in each classroom. The $62,000 addition is a far cry from the wooden annexes which were used 20 years ago the country-wide to house the overflow of school children. Color is the outstanding difference. Each outside classroom door is painted a different color. The blackboards are green, the chalk yellow. The floors are bright, multi-colored tiles. The desks are pastel-colored. The only objects in the classrooms not colorful are those pieces of furniture handed down from some previous school generation. Robert Singleton, principal of the school, said the new addition ends the school's half-day sessions. Approximately 315 pupils are enrolled in the school. Twelve teachers serve kindergarten and the first three grades. The school's lunch room will foed 200 pupils daily. A good, though institutional, lunch costs the children but 25 cents. The Parent-Teachers association of the school will hold open-house in the new addition Wednesday night at 8 p. m. Mrs. Ford Burke heads that group. HOW TO GET WELL AND KEEP WELL rry the Great China Herb. Special ists. Our Specially Imported herb remedies of oer 300 arietie hi?e been used in China (or centuries. They relieve the farious ailments whether they are of the Lungs, Stomach, Uer, Kidney, Bladder or Diabetes; or tf you are afflicted with indigestion, asthma, catarrh, blood poison (including blood disorders tnd high or low blood pressure), rheumatism, appendicitis, hemor rhoids. female-troubles or any other known complaint GEO. Q. WONG HERB TEA COMPANY 101 State St. Phone 3 8581 y - m . . 1 5 i 1 r .MK HMrl- la-.y;,,. , ,- --a, , ft -pr tl 1 1 m -if BRIGHT CLASSROOM Pupils in the new addition of Sierra Vista school watch their teacher, Margaret Gree, change a phonograph -record. New $62,000 annex was opened for classes Mon- day. Carpenters work in background putting on finishing touches while class progresses. (Christensen photo). 'ir Hofues Signs Stardust Lease LAS VEGAS. A lease to assure completion of the multi-million dollar Stardust Hotel was reported to have been made today with Frank Hofues, a prominent hotel builder, who has pledged to raise $2,000,000 by Dec. 6. None of the principals in the Stardust could be reached for confirmation although it was reliably reported that the proposal of Hofues entry into the uncompleted resort hotel has been given to the gambling control board of the Nevada Tax Commission. In the negotiations it was reported- that Hofues will get one million dollars from Texas investors and ano'ther million from an insurance company. Hofues, who has an interest in the Lady-Luck Hotel now being constructed on the strip, south of the new Dunes Hotel, was formerly connected with the ownership of the Golden Hotel in Reno. Hofues, if he raises the money to complete the hotel which was promoted and started by the late Tony Cornero Stralla, will receive a 10 year percentage lease on the hotel rooms but will not be connected with the operation of the casino. The casino is already under lease to a group headed by Milton B. Page, an owner of the Pioneer Club in downtown Las Vegas. Georgia had a homicide rate of 14.6 per 100,000 people in 1952, about 30 times the rate in Vermont. SIERRA VISTA SCHOOL, in northeast Reno, opened a new four-room addition Monday (shown right) and thereby ended a two-month period of half-day sessions. Kindergarten and first-grade pupils will inhabit the colorful building. (Christensen photo). riLOT LEAPS MOJAVE, Calif.. Nov. 9. (JP) A Manhasset. N. Y., pilot para- jchuted safely from his jet when jit developed engine trouble yes-Jterday, a marine corps spokesman said. No surgery needed ! Reduce swelling of painful piles at home ! An amazing new, stainless compound has been developed to treat piles' torture at home. It's stainless Pazo, and it brought instant relief In doctor's tests: internal and external relief without surgery! No other preparation offers such proof of results. Many who suffered for years now enjoy real comfort. Here's why. Pazo combines 6 medically-proved ingredients, includ ing wonderful Triolyte, not contained in any other leading pile preparation. This amazing substance has remarkable anesthetic action that stops pain and itching instantly . . . while the medication goes to work reducing tho swelling, promoting healing! Get new stainless Pazo?. Won't stain clothes. Modern suppositories or ointment both at druggists! Deer Hide Drive Held by Veterans WELLS. Members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 95S met recently and decided not to appoint any committees for the encampment scheduled in Wells next June until after the first of the year. W. D. Kidmer, who is chair man ot the committee collecting deer hides, reported that he had received 36 hides to date. Funds realized from the sale of the hides will be used for a Christmas party for the children of Wells. Mr. Wid-mer urged members to bring in more deer hides as the succesas of the party depended upon funds realized from the sale of the hides collected. IN MANILA MANILA. Nov. 9. i.P Adm. t'elix B. Stump, U. S. Pacific commander, arrived today for a three-day stay on his tour of navy installations in the Far East. PLANT Fruit Trees NOW! For Beauty and Production Speaker Change HERLONG, Calif. A change in main speakers and meeting place for the Nov. 18 meeting of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People was announced this week by LeRoy W. Moses, president of the local NAACP chapter. Franklin H. Williams, who was scheduled to speak Nov. 18, informed Moses he would be unable to be present. In his place will be Charles A. James, Stockton attorney. The banquet locale will be the Herlong Youth Center. Admission will be by ticket only. About a twelfth of the people who die of cancer are less than 45 years old. Reno Evening Gazette--f 9 November 9, 1953 EX ROUTE HOME MANILA, Nov. 9. (.Nationalist Chinese Foreign Minister George Yen arrived by air from the United States today en route to Taipei. CUSTOM CRAFT DRAW DRAPES FREE!! 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