Reno Gazette-Journal from Reno, Nevada on January 15, 1958 · Page 7
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Reno Gazette-Journal from Reno, Nevada · Page 7

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Health Officer Selected for Reno, Washoe Reno and Washoe county will have a new city and county health officer. Dr. Owen A. Kearns, July 1, Dr. Daniel J. Hurley, state health officer, announced today. Kearns, now studying public health of the University of California, at Berkeley, obtained his M.D. at Northwestern University and has been an instructor and clinical professor of pediatrics at the College of Medical Evangelists, Lcma Linda, Calif. He has also been in private practice in Carmel, Calif., and has been assistant health officer for Monterey, Calif. Salary of the city and county job here is to be S12.000 a year to start. Dr. Fred Anderson is now acting health officer for Reno and Dr. George Cann is acting health officer for the county. Chief sources of world supply of diamonds are India, South America and South Africa. Y .3 fry yM :X - CONTEST WINNERS Mr. and Mrs. John Burrows, 705 Balzar Circle, are shown being congratulated by Ralph Tillmanns, president, Ralph Tillmanns, Inc., as first prize winners of the "Homeowners contest" held Dec. 21. They will receive storm window installation. Second and third prizes went to: D. G. Gerst, 585 Margrave, and E. Witt-wer, 811 Washington St., re spectively. Stardust Hotel Papers on File LAS VEGAS Documents reflecting transfer of the multi-million dollar Stardust Hotel property from federal bankruptcy court jurisdiction are on file at the county recorder's office. Six documents were filed with Recorder Paul C. O'Malley. They included a trust deed on the property guaranteeing payment of $2,800,000 by the Rella Factor group to Trustee Paul McDer- mott, a note for a $1 million loan from the Bank of Las Vegas to Stardust Inc., escrow instruc tions providing for payment to the trustee by the Rella Factor group of $1,350,000 cash, and indenture of confirmation and final confirmation. Plans call for closing the escrow on or before Jan. 15. The Rella Factor group intends to open the resort hotel about April 1 after spending approximately $1,000,000 additionally in completing the hotel DENTAL PLATES Repaired Relined Rebuilt AT REASONABLE COST PIONEER DENTAL LABS 616 "B" St. SPARKS. NEVADA "Nevada's Pioneer Denture Service." Phone EL 5-2018 which was about 90 per cent complete when it went into bankruptcy in 1955 with the death of promoter Anthony Cor nero Stralla. Saiier Estate Is Distributed Distribution of the $103,867 estate of Viola Mae Sauer, who died in Reno, Aug. 24, has been approved by Washoe District Judge A. J. Maestretti. Except for Mrs. Sauer's Pleasant Valley home, which was left to a daughter, Ruth Elia Sauer, the estate was left in equal shares to Mrs. Sauer's children, Ruth Ella Sauer, Esther Sauer Ames and Leo F. Sauer. The three were co-executors of the estate. Attorney Ernest S. Brown was the attorney for the estate. City Studies 'Copter Port Plans for a helicopter landing at the top of the Riverside garage are being considered by the Reno city council. City Manager C. B. Kinnison said Donald Armstrong of Ta-hoe Helicopters, Inc., had sug gested that a city helicopter landing spot should be established on the garage, with heli copter prevented from landing anywhere else in the city. The city manager said the garage roof, which was built for parking cars, was well suited for helicopters, and coun- cilmen directed him to check further. Survey Chief Is Transferred SU.SANVILLE, Calif. , Everett Sheldon, "survey party chief, has been transferred to the Modoc National Forest in FETUKN FROM NEW YORK WELLS Mr. and Mrs. John DiGrazia have returned from a month's vacation in New York City where they joined other members of the family, spending the holidays with their daughter and son in law, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Mechling. ATTENDS FUNERAL WELLS - Mrs. H. J. Thurston spent the week in Sacramento where she attended the funeral of an aunt. HOTEL COMFORT MOTEL CONVENIENCE ONE MBJON, $500 f0 $550 TWO IWSOS, 659t.7M font plSlifclLARKIHC tWTfirstfF'f'Xi' Intranet jrjlm. VtT 1 Thrwth tabby Reno Evening Gazette January 15, 1958 Alturas. it was announced bv Rliss Havnps. I,asspn forest. en-;Civilian. " ' c-1. 1 a u: . . . : r r CTineer. oiifiuun, ins wie ivuiuie, Sheldon has been employed and their family plan to make on the Lassen National Forest! their home in Alturas. since June 1952. He is a gradu-aet of Lassen Junior College and was employed on the Lassen National Forest during 1940 and 1941. ' Sheldon served in the Navy in the South Pacific during World War II and later worked for the Navy department as a TRUSSES . Fitted to Your Needs Complete line of Health Foods Open Every Day 7 AM - 3 AM WASHOE DRUG HEALTH CENTER 1298 South Virginia FA 3-3433 ANNOUNCEMENT Theodore W. Koldewey, M.D. Wishes to announce the opening of Medical Offices for the general practice of Medicine and Gynecology Hours: 10-12 Noon 2-4 p.m. -7-8 p.m. 6 WEST COMMERCIAL ROW - RENO Residence: Phone FA 2-6397 for appointments From the Home of the Golden Hawks . . . America' Lowest-Priced, 'Full-Sized Cars! 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