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1975-01-23 - Henderson Home News

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1975-01-23 - Henderson Home News
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Kesterson, Lorna ( Columnist )
McKinney, Virgil P. ( Columnist )
Eckley, Jean ( Columnist )
Nelson, Laurel ( Columnist )
Eckman, Blaine ( Columnist )
Johnsen, Madeleine ( Columnist )
Von Dornum, Rae ( Columnist )
White, Dolores ( Columnist )
Newton, Ernest L. ( Columnist )
Harbour, Bill ( Columnist )
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/ Vp W ith People' To Open Bi-Centennial Celebmtion Henderson's Bi-Centennial celebration will get underway Tuesday and Wednesday at 8 p.m. in the Civic Center when 40 young people in the cast of "Up With People," make their appearance here. Advance tickets may be purchased at the Chamber of Commerce office or at City Hall. Shirley Sandin is chairman of Henderson's bicentennial observance and a number of public spirited citizens are working under her on the various committees. The cast of "Up With People" will stay with people in Henderson and it is expected that housing will be needed. The young people will also be looking for some accommodations in local motels for Jan. 27, 28 and 29. Some local eating houses are also donating meal* to the group. !f anyone wishes to help these young people they may call Susan Rumberger at City Hall, 565-8921 Extension 22. There are three traveling "up With People" shows and the group coming to Henderson nas recently been in New England, Quebec, Canada, Yugoslavia, Switzerland, Belgium, Germany, Minnesota, North and South Dakota, Wyoming and Page, Ariz, hrom here they will go to Arizona and Southern California. The young people came from every part of the United States. These young performers sing like they were born to it, play a variety of instruments from electric guitars to funky brass, dance up a storm and generally carry on with a professional touch not always found in such large productions. Their music ranges from folk ballads to rock to jazz and to songs as "contemporary" as "The Sting." There's something in the music for everyone. The "Up With People" casts are among the busiest people on earth. Besides performing, they do all their own stage work, moving and setting up a full nine tons of equipment, everything from stage set to elaborate lighting and sound systems. On top of that, many cast members study as thev travel. ENDERSON VSViBl'S IKDUSTHIiL CXVTXa THE COMMUr^ITY'S NEWSPAPER including merchants' messoges that serve the 9000 homes in the Henderson-Boulder area. Our 27th Year 6th Edition PHONE 564 1881 -All Department* PRICE 10 CENTS Thursday, January 23. 1975 Oh my gflly, look at this; Temperatures approaching bliss. Makes one think warm thoughts of Spring If winter winds don't do their thing. n tnllirr Hi'pttrt Jan 12 44 34 Jan. 13 50 34 Jan 14 54 38 Jan. 15 56 42 Jan. 16 58 46 Old West Master Pian Approved Over The By I^rna Kesterson I have friends who refuse to listen to or read the news, it makes them too depressed for the day. I view the news as a challenge. By the time you get through with a couple of days ol news, your head feels like a tennis ball—back and forth, back and forth. One day there will be gas rationing, the next day the price will go up but there will be no gas rationing. Who needs rationing when you can't afford to buy it? One day you are going to get your income tax back so you can afford to buy a couple of gallons of gas. This is going to help the economy? The price of food keeps going up but no one is making a profit. The farmers swear they are going in the red by producing food, the markets produce figures to prove that they are not making any profit. We hear about the middle man but he has never been identified. I keep looking around for those middle-man rich guys when I find one I'll call for help and well string him up. In the meantime, he just keeps making money at the expense of everyone and must take the money out of circulation because the rest of us are having a rough time. AfSlO UAIMOSCA. >irsia AWOUMD C>A:5H,iraO Artist's l)niniu*i Of Old li est Entranre 23 Juveniles Arrested On Burglary Charges Tentotive Agenda City Council Investigations into the numerous burglaries in Henderson during the past few months have resulted in the arrest of 23 juveniles clearing up 19 burglaries, according to police The 23 juvenile arrests have been made since Nov. and some of the juveniles were multiple offenders, having participated in four or five burglaries. Police said one juvenile who was placed in Juvenile quarters for 15 charges of burglary escaped. He was recaptured by police and put back into juvenile custody and has since been released and is back on the street. Police say they do not know why the juvenile was released with such a record. Recessed fVleeting 1. Personnel fleeting 2. Authority to Lease Parking Lot Area. Water Street 3. Approval of Minutes 4. Architectural Approval. Old West, Phase 1 Committee fleeting January 27, 1975 Mondoy 7 p.m. 1. Land Sales, Section 30. T22s R63E 2. Bill #67. Ordinance Regarding the Employment of Illegal Aliens 3. Lease Agreement. Black Mountain Golf & Country Club 4 Bill No 66. Ordinance rea'igning Wards 5. Animal Control Discussion, Mayor Pla g ue City Clerk Genevieve Harper is back in her office for several hours a day after a lengthy illness. Her son, Jerry and his wife, are living with her while Jerry completes college work in the hotel management business. Illegal To Employ Aliens In Henderson Council Asks Action On Hl^hnay Safety Susan Rumberger of Olympia. Washington, an attractive tittle gal who handles public relations for the "Up See LORN A Cont on Page 2 Illegal aliens living in the U.S. will not be allowed to work for the City of Henderson according to action taken by the city council Mon. night. An ordinance requiring employers to employ only legal residents of the United States was introduced to the City Council by Councilman Dick Stewart. The ordinance states that this city has been informed that there are approximately four million illegal aliens living in the U. S. who are causing law enforcement and economic problems in the areas in which they reside. It further states that to insure that employers do not employ or exploit people illegally in the U.S. the ordinance was being enacted. Any person, firm or corporation violating the ordinance, upon conviction, could be fined not more than $500 and imprisonment tor six months or both. City Councilmen and Mayor Cruz Olague, upset over two traffic deaths within the city within a two-week period, asked the State Highway Department to do signalization on Boulder Highway to keep from having further accidents. District Engineer Jack Parvin for the Highway Department, told the council that the intersection at Sunset Road and Boulder Highway had been qualified tor a signal and that the Regional Streets and Highway group is working on plans at the present time. He warned against too many signals on Boulder Highway because they provided a bottle-neck to already congested traffic. Olague. who said he didn't want to sound "emotional" about it. said he was "upset over the past two traffic deaths." Olague said he came along right after the most recent one and it was a terrible thing to see. Councilman Carlton Lawrence asked that the highway department take immediate steps to correct the situation See Highway Safety Cent, on Pag. 2 By Lorna Kesterson A master plan for a 125-acre "Old West" development in Henderson was presented to the city council Mon. night and accepted unanimously. Robert Shelton, president of the group which also owns the Old Tucson development, told the council the development is expected to get underway in five or six months and be open in late 1976. The development, which is located along Boulder Highway to the easterly mountains, will feature the authentic history of this area. The • front development will be "Old Fort Vegas" and television and western movies will be made there. It will include a family entertainment type development with a western village, old 16th street, service cen\ ter. apartments, dude ranch. • leisure market, commercial area riding stables and green belts. People working at the Old Vegas development will dress in authentic costumes and r "be treated like they were going into the doors of their own homes" Shelton said. The group was welcomed enthusiastically by the city council. if the Southern Nevada Museum would be included in the development. Shelton said they had discussions with the board of directors of the museum but nothing had been resolved He said they offered the building without rent but were no\ interested in a short-term stay by the museum. He said other discussions would be held with the new board of directors. Shelton reiterated that the development would be family oriented. I I

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I Hondrrson liamr News Henderson, Ne\ada Thursday. Januar> 23. 1975 yeu C(m £eaiH T& S|)eak SfMUttdk 9K HendeiidOK Nearly everyone in Henderson who has had a interest in learning the Spanish Language knows Betty Scott who teaches three levels of Spanish for the Clark County Community College in Henderson. Miss Scott teaches Spanish I. II and III along with English as a second language and Southwest Hcritaae Her classroom and office is in the St. Peter's building at the Catholic Church on Boulder Highway. She was born near Portola. Calif., but lived in Sacramento. She attended St. IVIary's College at South Bend, Ind., and later received her f\^.A. degree in InterAmerican studies at the University of the Pacific. Her Bachelor of Science major was in Spanish. After she graduated she taught in Tucson from 1963 to 1968 in a junior high school program where she taught math, reading, science, music, history and Spanish. She moved to Gorman High School in 1968 and stayed there until 1971 teaching Spanish She taught in California at the Dos Palos High School. She came to Henderson in 1972^, starting the program as coordinator of the bi-lingual, bi-cultural program. The program was Idter adopted by the adult basic education of the Clark County School District and last year in January, became a part of the Community College. At the present time she is also coordinator of the Spanish speaking program at West Hills College in San Juaquin High School, also. Likes Her Job rviiss Scott is lucky. She is one of those people who likes her job and puts everything into it. She enjoys people, and with her present position, she can deal with her students individually. "We have people enrolling for Spanish from all different levels of income and education," IVIiss Scott said, "and they can progress as fast as they wish. We emphasize teaching and de-emphasize testing. Adults bring a lot to the class, and each class has an individual personality." They have oral conversation, which is the first aim of the classes, studies second, along with reading and writing. The Spanish classes can be enrolled in through the Adult education program or the college program. Some of the people who take the classes have already learned Spanish but have forgotten it or haven't used it. The classes refresh their use of the language. One lady from Puerto Rico, who previously spoke Spanish enrolled in the classes and said, after three or four classes, "It is just like coming out of a cocoon, she said. Use the Language Four or five people who had been enrolled in the classes went to Mexico and reported to f^iss Scott that they were surprised at how well they could handle the language. This year during the Christmas vacation, several people from her classes went to Los Angeles and had an opportunity to use the language The St Peter s area encloses a number of services including the "Meals on Wheels" program for senior citizens. The Veterans of Foreign Wars hold their meetings there, the Boy BETTY SCOTT LIKES TEACHING SPANISH Scouts. Baptist Church SerAnyone wishing infoimavices, the Community College tion on the program may call Traffic Safely, legal services. MISS Scott at 565-0284 or VISTA, the day care center 565-6945. and Rcaina Hall BUILDINGS $1 MILLION LOWER THAN LAST YEAR Building for the year 1974 was SI million under that of the previous year, according to a building report released by Pat Doherty. superintendent of building and safety. Building tor the month of December 1974 was lower than the previous year also. The total for the year of 1974 was 55,726.313 as compared to S6.728.176 for the previous year. December s total was S147.376 as compared to S975.071 for 1973. There was a total of 147 new dwellings built during the year at a total valuation of $3,922,614. The total for the year for additions to dwellings was S337.299: commercial alterations was S330.870: new commercials S694 500: duplexes and apartments '^2] f 30.000; micellaneous. S411. 030 There was a total of 1652 permits issued for the year. City To Consider Golf Course Lease A proposal to lease the """he lease proposal was Black Mountain Golf and approved by the city recreCountry Club for city recrea'on board by a unanimous vote, at.on use at S15.000 per year. Councilman Carlton Lawwas turned over to the city rence said he was not m favor administration for study by of discussing the lease, he the city council Mon. night, wanted to have the council as a committee discuss whether The lease would be for five or not it should be considerdays a week and it was ed. Councilman Lorin Willbrought out that through fees iams said he felt the country for streets department: HIGHH AY SAFETY ( ont. from Pg. 1 and said the city will participate any way it can. Parvin told the council. • Be assured, the highway department will cooF>erate any way it can." In other actions the Council "Gave final approval to the land sales agreement with Richlie Investment. "Approved a contingency transfer of S70.000 m the city's budget to pay for S5.500 for municipal court; S39.000 LORN A Cent, from Pafie 1 With People group, cant beleive our weather Thev ve been in the midwest and think it is just like summer here. The rest of the group arrives here from Page. Ariz, on Mon. getting ready for their production on Tues. and Wed Southern Zone Soccer Tournament At Basic and lessons the city might club is a big asset of the city realize around S13.920 back and it should be considered, each year. The maintenance The lease terms will be of the course would be done considered at the Jan. 27 by the Black Mountain group, committee meeting The Southern Zone Soccer Tournament will be held ^t Basic High School on Friday, Jan. 31 and Wed Feb. 5. according to Ralph Cadwallader. assistant Principal and Basic director. Southern Zone Soccer Tournament The semi-finals will begin Jan. 31 at 1 p.m. with Sunset Division No. 1 team playing Sunrise Division No 2 team. At 2:45 p m Sunset No. 2 team will play Sunrise No. 1 team. The finals will be Feb. 5 at 2:30 p m. and there will be play-offs if needed If a play-off is held, the sen.i finals will be held on Feb. 5 at 1 p m and 2:45 and the finals on Feb 7 at 230 p.m. Elvin D. Shoemaker Services Today At Palm Bicentennial Art By Henderson's Third Graders all of the I^ chool shave =^. The foyer of city halJ i.s decorated with pictures created by Henderson s ttiird graders. The third grade chil dren from a elementary sc drawn pictures for the bicentennial kuk off u.sinj; the theme What America Means to me "' These piclure.s are now adorninf; cit\ hall and will be mored to the I MJkLL^ Civic Center for the I'p With People concert nxt Tue.s and Wed i'\enings Guardian Services Set Here fern M-idt would makt thmt invikiliU' LLIILRS Qiini fii A'"'i 7 0 -I'lmliri hS\f\\(\ (i!j (lu qiojifiiiif (|in( ijfii /(iioffij {t[\ £'0'((i. ^4t n \p\w(\ (wilirtii oiiW l/if iiihjrr'l t\ pur r/ i|rii> ^(\^U\ (niHtnr dnii'ipfont':. !> |u';( uont'fi tf Ifff i)r>u Hutt • ) /rrf (dni nr r'lH o dnf/ Itrnilrrf ^rli Ml inf. IJriit'.. .. § by Williams § Rosary for Jose Atanacio Gunrdian will be recited tonight at 7 ."iO at Palm Chapel Mass will be held Friday at 10 a m at St Peter's Catholic Church Interment will be at Palm .Mj-morial Park Mrs Guardian passed awa\ Jan 21 in ft* nder M)n He was born Ma> 2, 1896 in Komita Mexico He resided at ]4VA Front St Winslow. Ari^ He is survived by his widow. Adelina. three daughters Sally Oal leKos of Henderson. Beatrice Medella North Las Vegas and Adelina Saiz of North Las Vegas, sons Frank Guardian. Las Vegas and Paul Martinez of Winslow Ariz sisters Margarito Guar dian (tf Juar'z. Mexico and Maria Guardian of Nu'V(] l.arad'i MexKo Elvin D Shoemaker passed away Jan 21 in the Boulder Cit>hospital He u as born Nov 19.' 1!<24 in Oklahoma and uas a painter He resided at 130 Ash and had been a resident of this area for 23 years He was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars in Henderson and a charter member of the Loyal Order of Moose, chapter 1924 of Henderson He IS siir\ivcd by his widow. Vivian, daughters Cynthia Pern and Pamela Brtnnerke of Henderson, brothers. Bill and Jack of Toisa Okla and a mother Nellie Cook of Lee Summitt. Mo F'uneral services will be held today at 11 am at Palm Chapel and interment at Inola rikla $8,700 for police department: S15.300 for engireering department: and SI.000 for the building department. "Approved a zone change for the north half of section 30. "Approved a use permit for an aluminum recycling plants. --Approved a resolution authorizing the city manager to prepare and sign an application for an open space land program grant to improve the parks at ttie city's elementary schools "Set a personnel meeting for today at 5 30 p.m. --Recesser* the meeting to Jan 27 when a committee meeting will also be he'd. Lt. IVIatheny and Police Chief Floyd Osborn will be asked to attend the meeting, to dscuss the city dog pound Bridge Lessons Ihe jnnual Spring Series <•( Brush-up Parl>, ( iinlrail. and Dupliialt Hridgt' lessons has lu'en arrangeit b\ Miriam Olles III l>egiri >1onda. I ehruar ^. IM'S al ":! p.m. follow fd lit a game and lighl refreshmenl>.. Nlrs. (iles is a charier member cf Ihe American Bridge Teacher's Associalion. a it-rlitied direrlor, and HresidenI uf Ihe Henderson-Boulder Cilv Duplii'uU Bridgt I nil. All area bridge enlhusiasis are inNiud lo phfme .S()S-V4SJ for turlher parii(ulars. MICHAEL DAY COMPLETES TRAINING Boulder City — Army Private Michael E Day. 18. son of Mr and Mrs Hi( hard E Day. 536 Cherry Boulder City. Nev completed eight weeks of basic combat training at Ft Knox. Kentucky Welcome Wagon Club To Hear "Fat Isn't Funny" Author New City Councilman Gary Price missed the council meeting Mon night, due to a death in the family. Since he had to be out of town, he left instructions with Mayor Cruz Olague on how he wished to vote on some of the issues. He emphasized he especially wanted to approve the Old West development which looks like a great thing for our community. It will give us a piece of the history of Nevada and this area, and although Henderson was t>orn during World War II years, we re still a western town and the western village will be a big boon to this city PLOW BOY TO OPEN-" Wendell Tobler will open his new market, the Plow Boy Market on Boulder Highway soon and he should be complimented on the new remodeling .le has done on the market building. It is very attractive inside and brings a new decorating idea to m.Trketing We extend our welcome to Tobier and his staff The silhouettes in the above photograph were created by Lilhs Kes terke and intriguing as they are the Club insists that any resemblance between any of the Club members and the silhouettes is strictly incidental and the Club assumes no responsibil ity The photograph is a forecast of things to come to wit. the next meeting of the Welcome Wagon Club on Thur sday Jan 23rd at 9 30 a m at the Teen Center Building by the swimm ing pool and tennis courts, when Faye Von sild and her committee consisting of Kuth Butler. Dorothy Lively and Judy Schmidt are presenting as speaker Madeleine Johnsen who IS well known as the author of Fat Isn't Funny which appears weekly in Ihe Boulder City News and who maintain s the M a d e 1 e 1 li e Johnsen Weight Control Centers ir Las Vegas During her talk .Madelein Johnsen will prepare various dishes appropriate for dieters, which will be sampled b> members afterwards These will be supplemented b,\ open face sandwiches suggested by our speaker and pre pared b> F"aye Vonsild. assisted by Jean Little who will prepare the HI lings And as requested by our speaker "For heaven's sake the crusts are lo be left on At the close ofthe business meeting (onnie Degernes will give the Club a resume of the curses available to us at the University and right here in Boulder City Hopefully she wili bring w itti her some brochures because the program for the year is simply fabulous And whether or not vou particular!) need lo diet or take special courses if you have moved recentl) or are a newcomer lo the city and if the club with its man\ facets appeals to you and you have not yet been called on by one of the Welcome Wagon Hostesses with her bas ket of gifts from sponsors and a wealth of informa tion about Boulder City, just pick up your telephone and call Marilyn Swanson at 293 1732 and a hostess will knock on your door, after which we shall be happy to wel come you at one of our meetings and to have you join usasa member This IS a Club where you will make many friends and really enjoy the various projects FORMER B.C. WOMAN ON NIV BOARD On the front page ofthe Jan 10 issue of The Vallev Times there is a fine picture and a feature story by Dorothy Mills. with a three column headline '.Nora Poyser first woman to serve on NL\ planning Board' Nora was appointed at M(jnda\ night s council meeting to fill the commission seat formerly held by Larrv Grubb, who resigned This is the first time in the history of North Las Vegas that a woman has held such a post Before retiring the couple lived in Boulder City for 25 years, where Ray worked for the National Park Service and later for the Department of Power and Water i

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Ilendrrson Home News Ilrndrrson. Nevada PaRe 3 Desert Dawn Chapter Hears Mrs. Bates Thursday, January 23. 1975 H ENDERSON BIS DRIVKRS--.\ppro\imalrl> .SO Senior Cili/cn'. rci-fnll> itu-ndt-d ihi' ^U • r^ (irifRn hln ision shon in las \cj;a>. The Senior Clli/ins Transportation pro\|(Ud tinridts uiih ihistbus (IIIMTS, llo\d Marthas. IrNiny dross. Pal MiCo> and Lou Gundlin^ The Pcscrt Dawn C hapIcr of the Amtriran Bus intss Women's Assoilation had Ihtpkasurio( liaun^ Mr^. Billif Hales as ilii'ir ){><*''•( speaker at till' January mielin);. Mrs. Bates spoke on the pros of the tqual RiKhls \iiu-n(lnH'nt. Mrs. Hates elted sexeral iiH'i|uilies of ihi' law suih as it is (inl> after separation that a ^ ife lan (ompt'll her Inisliand In support her. Mso the man is in eonlrol of all properl> an Moman to obtain a iredit eard in her own name and she must hase her husband's ronseni to no into business. She said the h.R.A. Is reallv needed. She said the amendment is \ir> simpl\ stated. The LR.A (•uaraiitees I ijual Rights under laH anil no one's ri(;hts shall be denied or al)ri(i^etl h> the I nited States or an\ state on aeidunl ol sex and said this is eMTMMie's rijjhi.. (. oiinress shall ha\e the poHvr to enforie b\ legislaliiin the provisions of this article. She said ton^ress has alHa\s had this poui'r to support basic human rights. Ihe provisions oi the amciKlnient shall take elhct two \cars after it is ralilled and in order to he ratified it Mill iaki approval of .^H states and onU U have ratified the I nir r d althr pol nfn* r tn Hr n rf.-f^iin Srtjflj i \rt iintf ilj** nijIU r nn Junr I I4M Ihur.drft mominit 4I ?.' Hjiri ^1 11. nil. iM>n \>Kill ll^l < vinHH /I Mill MMoi A I'uh li>hri I OHS Kl TI H^liN VIJ.,.,111,. I <1i(nr VdvrrlltlBI • Elfinw Tf4'nmlf AN INDCriNDfNT NEWSPAPtR 27WattrSt rfcenc S64 1111 ( IrculaliH Harsid \ii4rriB •( HM HIP!ION K \Tf Vtnt'l' > Onr \tst ^t\ %1nnlll Thrrr mtinlh^ V*r.| iif 11lNs|ippl Ht^rt I Jl nf ^ll>>ipf I Hurl IK • an ion II 'n fnr M\ rP'Vtlh' : 0 prr *r i. Housing For Disabled Vets Available Under Bill Death Benefits Available For Families Of Veterans Deaths of .'l.S.'V.OOO veto rans during fiscal year 19T4 206,000 with World War II service has prompt'd the Veterans .Xdminibtration to remind and encourage the 29Vnillion living veterans to make certain their dependents are auare of the death benefits to which they may be entitled The FV 19T4 death total was 30.000 more than the previous year and 56.000 hipher than the 29T.000 veterans deaths remrflcd in FV 19T0 The World War I veteran population was decreased by almost 10^' with the d • a f h s f f lOC.OOO veterans Veterans families should be informed of surMvor s benefits, such as dependency and indemnitv compensation for serviceconnected death or non.service connected death pensions for w idovk • The latter may apply only to sunning children if the widow's income makes her ineliKible for \ .\ pen '-!on beneri's Burial benefit.for wartime and certain peacetime veterans include a maximum $250 burial or crematirin allowance, plus a plot allow ance not exceeding $150 for veterans buried idayt whairt art Urgrr than ancK'nt dino&aura fy .-**-J*s^ m t'c'inj; ni !h*Ciani • trm^ wtrt' rjuwrt ti\ ontside national cemeteries In luu <• these benefits, there i> an $800 burial allo%an( e for veterans v\ho die of service connected di> abilities Cremated remainpresently are iMtrred n reduced size gravesiteat national cemeterie'New ( e m e t e r 1 e > planned by VA > National Cemetery Sys tern include columbaria for these remains Burial flags and head stone or grave markers also are available for many deceased veterans upon .ipplication to the VA Veterans servici organization or local VA offices should be contacted for information and assistance in appl> ing for benefits .Suetdocuments as military separation papers divorce decrees guar dianship or child cus tody evidence, birth, marriage and death certificates should be accessible to validate claims Of all the benefits for our Nation's veterans that are administered by the Veterans Administration, little is known of one of the most compas sionateofall." the Director of the VAs Regional OlTice here. J E Mullen, said today • 7 m referring to our Specially .-\dapted Housing for Disabled Vete rans Program under Title .18 Chapter 21. L S <'ude, Mullen said The purpose of the law, which was originally enacted in June of 1948, IS to furnish disabled veterans of wartime or peacetime service, V* ho may be eligible, to a grant of assistance form the V,A for a •'wheelchair home especially adapted for their needs "There are several eligibility and statutory Sunday. January 26th requirementstootechniThese will include regcal to go into here. Mulular Sunday School for required features so that a veteran in a wheelchair, or who is otherwise qualified, may live in safety and relative convenience • • Because of the many provisions and technicalities of the law. .Mullen advised any veteran whothinks he iseligible to contact the nearest VA Regional OfTice 'Preferable.' he said, "the service connected disabled veteran should get in touch with the VA office which maintains his record Presbyterians Announce Services The First Presbvlerian Church of Henderson announces services for Landis Graduates len said. but. basically we provide a V.A grant, not a loan, of 50'"f of the cost of a specially adapted house up to a maximL;m of $2r> 000 to a children and young people beginning at 9M5 The Worship Service will begin at 11 00 The Rev Richard Markle of the f'irst Tresbyterian qualified veteran so that Church of Las Veg^s w ill he can adapt a house to be the speaker In the suit the nature of his serevening beginning at i uiTU iidinenl ihus far. Nlrs. Hales said the reason we need Ihe aiM eacr stall and then a person Mould not knou what their rij;hls *cre if nundmomrtiuMiiv properlv. ProNationally since J948 uciive labor lav^s .ill be ^nd through November J .ibolished and those that 30 1974 a total of 13,600 5 30 there will be a Church Family Fellowship Dinner This will be a pot-luck meal During the evening the Annual Congregation Meeting will be conducted by the Pastor, Richard L .Morning The Presbyterian Church IS located near the corner of Major and Westminster Way adjacent to the city park and ball field All people of the community and area are invited to worship and fellowship in the life of this church • )t protect individuals vtill 2" also protect men. ^ Ki spiinding lo such • lugaltvf ((uc^tions as wo• men being drafted. Mrs. ^ Hales said • has al at s *ihe the (impress had iht au llmritv to drall v.iinen if countrv needs their JsiTvid. In risponse to ^priva(v and lummon resi ^ room fat ililies. Mrs. Baleh ^ said this is ridii ulous • N-betausi ihi t tinsiiiulion j|[guarantees individuals ^ priv acv She also said that • iht siaiinitiii that vtomen jivtoultl loose matemitv 4i-bt'nefils is also sillv bemc'ud'n? J*rnte Jtmie ftfU n ^elplut hHd in cisf motlthng ttotn How do you f*ir,ifnber your fifSi yrs of srhOOf As a lime 0' play UatJfeimq m bnghlly colofed paper and IpaMe learrMfig th* it\rft> W '' Whal'vi'f mcrriO'ifi r,t>r in you they won • 66 quite the jsafnt.as lo' mne-yfar-oid Jamio Weave' You tee .Jarnip a& nom wtnout rytt and wears arti(if'ai p\:i'A'r cru-i Shi", onr f)t atsout ?'JO,000 tHildren atliirleO every yuat in this country with a tjicth dHact • '• • • • • • • • • ••f) htrr from an acliv<> day irv her publuotion class in her hom town of :,,, ^ -. : ., ,:^n OIL 0( V. daurHrd bcriij rfuld o-,. ">r' March "hpse m un5 4n|ci|c**i|t***i|t4c**i|ci|ciK4t)|c4(4r4t4n|t4t4ci|c***************************** # ^>aust a phvsiolugiial ^dillcreiut v>ould be re# logtii/ed and provisions „ made loi these dillei^enies, Mrs. Bales said • manv ol the argunienls ^ attains! ibi amendment ^t ^n tioi lo(iital but emijtlional. • •M* # Mce. # # Iht si Henderson men # vicri ainitng 12" NevatI ^ ans who have been re # leiillv separated fritm ihi grants with a dollar value of nearly $150 million have been awarded Originally, the grant was SIO.OOO It was increased to $12 500 June 6 19S0. was again increased to $17,500 June 10. 19T2 and December 31, 1974 Pres ident Ford signed the legislation increasing the grant to $25,000 The first grant aw arded here was on June 1 1040' "Kssentiaily Mullen said "adapting a home for these severely hand icapped veterans takes the form of providing ramps, widening the hal Iways and the doorways of the homes, enlarging the bathrooms and the kitchens and providing certain. specifir WALKATHOH A great way to give... March of Dimes Na>> Airman Recruit Randolph I I andis. son of Mrs. Donna Mdean t)f .^<>1 Nebraska St., HendcrWin. graduated from recruit training at the Naval Training Center. San DkHe is sthedulvd to report lo ,\\iation Ordnanceman \ School. Millingttin. Tenn. The training included instruction In seamanship, miiitarv regulations, fire fighting, close ordei drill, first aid and Naw histtirv. Basketball Begins Tonight Thursday evening, basketball action for YouBf Adult and SeT\iw players for the Henderson LDS Slake will begin The culminating event, Feb 14th will see winners emerge for continued regional play. Boulder City 2nd and Henderson 6th Wards will tangle at 6 p m in Young Adult action. Then, Henderson 4th will tangle with Kingman 1st, at 7 15 p m followed by an 8 30 contest between BoulderCity 1st and Kingman 2nd Both of these games are Senior contests Then Saturday, two Explorer games will be played M9)t m Boulder City 2nd clashes with Kingman 2nd At 10 15. Kingman 1st engages themsehes in battle with Henderson 3rd Ward The public is invited to ^ttend these tournament games Six Men Released From Service THE BOULDER THEATRE Phone 293-3145 Jan ::3 thru Ztt SOM|1HI*40 HIT Ui fm It aid m •napiret) by the nove: 'AIBPOPT by Artliur Hatley AIRP0im975 Siv Henderson men Hire released from iht armed forces according lo Adilisftn '\. diret tor id Millard. stale seletiive ser armed forces. Ted i St hut/. Terrv I. Clark, and Kalph M. Hosti tier. erc released from thi Naw: ( harles I Kuliffstin and Michael F. Hall from Ihe Arm>. limoihv Bumk irom the Air Korce. • y^m 'f'v >>• • !•( Kat '. • PI. <£> ~AllfeaU~IIM Jan U IM r.U WALT DISNEY MATINEE BONGO r< DISNLV ( ARTOON i.. FOl II CLOWNS Jan 3 thru Feb 1 LI.KMK AMIIOI WTN THEUTTLE PRLNCE S ri rnplav Muyc indlvntKv h ALAMA^ FRKDmUK LLRNLR 1.0F.WJ (i -TMHimM'ms<( ^nl,Hnt ^\mm.l > >

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Henderson Home News Henderson, Nevada Page 4 Thursday. January 23. 1975 ORIFMMION MANLAl -Prisiniinu the Nixada Judj;fs' Oriinlalion Manual lo Jim .linst-n. Hindtrson. is I rnsi John NNalls. Hian of ihtNational COIUKC during a rtionl Nt%ada Judgts" Seminar htid at ihc National Colk'nc in Kino. # # * * * * by Vir(?il McKinney Captain James K. Goff, Captain of Operalionk, Hi-ndiTson Police Department. The Captain might %ell be desiribed as "lompacl" -not small, but a man nho has, somehoH, a look . (ie talks vtilb a smooth, cas\ air of self-assurance. One gets the feeling that here is a man uho'll accomplish Mhaicver he sets out to do. The >alidit\ of this impression is borne out by his record. Second in command. Captain dofPs duties niih the departnrent include budgeting, personnel, checking the backgounds of applicants being considered for emplovment, i.aining men. In the ten >ears he's been a member of our police department, Captain doff has attended man> job-related schools. Meet Your Police Officer Solvie: Captain James GoK including > 12-Heek course at the F.B.I. National Academ> in Washington. D.C. The Captain considers this the high point of his training in police science. At the present time, onl> some S.OOfl police officers in the entire I'.S. ha%e attended (hid school. Captain (>off is married and has two children, ages 12 and 9. His hobbies are fishing, and an> game pla>ed with a ball baseball, football, basketball. The familx is active in the LDS C hurch. The Captain sa>s, "I'd like to cears I've been a member. It's become a \cr\ professional organization. We ha\e the finest i-cfuipment, the best of pers wa>.' High Percent Of High School Students Drink To Excess The following article was taken from the Jan. (> edition of '*Kducali(>n LSA". and confirms ihe current statistics that alcoholism among t4'UBagers is again emerging as the number one problem with \oung people. Si\t> percent of the nation's high schoolers get drunk at least once a month and SO admit lo having driven a car while drunk. About 25 sav thc> have driven three or more times vhile drunk. and one-third sav that at leat onre a month ihev are a passenger in a car whose driver has been drinking heavilv. "h is alarming and frightening," savs James B. Cregorv. head of the National Highwav Traffic Safelv Adminisiraiion. which hak released the figurent. "It just blovts mv mind. It worries me greatlv." savs Morris t. Chafel/. dircilor ol HL'W'k National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. \l(ohol is running in the mainHearing Set On Upholstery Shop stream of American student voulh. Ihe report savs. Xmrmg those involved with alcohol at least once a month, 25 are Is vears or vounger. )iTui W't 'are h-aiales. Thev cover alJ levels of si holastic achiev emcnt. and 53 expect to go to college. At lea*t 45 / drink everv week, somelimes three or more limes a week, and often get drunk. Asked ff>r llie most ihev had consumed in a dav 39"' kaid one to three drinks: 2*J four lo eighl: and 14 nine or more drinks. A drink is defined as one 12 / • can of ber. or 4 o/ of wine.or 1.5o/. of 6 prot.l liquor. During ihc past month,61 said thev had been ••prellv drunk" at least once, and 15 said bur or more limes. M(si teenagers said thev could drive a car In-tler or at m.H.1, onl\ a •*liiik w.,r se" while drunk. nd onlv IV thought there wai^ anv likelihood of a teenage drunken driver gelling lirlled iir crippled in an accident. MUMCIPAL COURT CITY OF HE^DERSOy Jim Jrnsen MiinirifKtl Jiulfie ^ ^^ NfW FROM On, $T4NLn toa Sow Angle Guide • art vtrtotilc tkofi g nitre kcji Block & Decker TA Cirtuior Sow. Mvlin 22 col. Semi-Auto Rifle with Scope Windiester 30-30 Soildle Gun... Uitroii Dmmer Switch Levitofl -M19 Flush Rocker Switch Prottor-Silex Blender Citotion 7 Speed SecwitY For Tour Home Gi. Home Sentry Timer Potio Door Security Lock Locking Door Owin MO" LYONS HARDWARE & 16 W. Pocific SPORTING 565-7416 Tuesdav. Januarv 14. m5-.*dWta.ni. Thurs. head, uimpu Robert %lark Kpstein. yS, Fail lo ield lo emer. vibide, S25.0O bail forleited. Bruce Kugene Bird. IK, bench warrant, pleaded (;uillv, S5(I.(MI fine.; No iip<-r. license in poss., pleaded guillv S25.< (I fine. K a V m o n d G • o r g e \^ nek. 22. C arrv ing a concealed weapon, pleaded guillv. sentenced to 15 Ha. s in jail: Soliciting rides, pleaded guillv. sentenced to s davs in jail. Alden Ix-jjn Brewer, 21, Petit larcenv. pleaded guillv. sent. M\ davs in jail: Tampering with a motor vehicle, pleaded guillv sent. Ml dav s in jail. Donald (>. ( oilier. 34. i'etil larcenv pleaded guillv sent. M) davs in jail: Tampering with a motor vehicle, pleaded guillv. sent. Ill dav s in jail. Kdwin K. Brewer, 25, Petit larcenv. pleaded guillv sent .3(1 davs in jail: Tampering with a motor vehicle, p.g. sent. 10 davs in jil: Beru-h warrant, p.g. S:v(Ml fine. In jail til paid; (|Ji>3blcd vehicle, p.g.S2.nO fine. Ih Jail til paid; Abandoned vehicle, p.g. $2.0(1 fine: Prohibited parking, p g. S2.(K) fine. In jail til paid. J'KTrujillo, 56. Drive under influence of liquor, p.g. S125.(K) fine. f)n Terr> 1 ucas. IK. Bench warrant. Defendant in .Metro jail. Dismissed; \ agrancv. dismissed per PD: C arrv ing a concealed weapon, lint-d Ssd.fMi, In Jail until paid.: ^'agrancv. Dismissed per PD. Kodnev Moacjuin Smith • 21. Ik-nih warrant, p.g. S5(). fine: Drive with susp. oper. licnese. pleaded guillv S2^.(Ml fine. Milton l.eon Hanson. 36. Drive under infiuenie of liquor, p.g. M25.(Mt fine. Don lerrv I ucas, IK. I xpired dealer's report of sale. SI5.(MI fine. In jail until paid. Koger Lee Tavlor. l**, I ail lo chg. address. Paid i25.(M, Michael Wavne Brown, 2(1, Indecent ovpohure. Paid S(HI.(KI fine. Wednesdav. Januarv 15, iy"5. 6:00 p.m. ^1errill James Hemmcnwav, "'4. lull lime and atienfian, p.g. $15.(Ml fine • No operator's license in poss.. p.g. $10.(M) fine. Dale Amv Raben. 2^, Speeding 55-45, $20.(KJ bail fitrfeited. Robert Ramie/ DelToro. 26. No opi-ralor's litense in poss, $25.(Ml bail forfeited. David Isaac Jamison. M, Speeding 55-45. $20. bail forfeited. louise Henrv Bruhn. 71. Drive wrong wav divided highwav. $25.(Ml bail forfelied. (Ivde Bond Paddcuk, 3M. Drive under infiucnce. liquor, p.g. $125.(HI fine. Oliver Patrick. 46. Drive under infiuence of liquor, complaint amend.-d to I ull lime and attention, $50.(MI fine. Andrew Lamar H ill more. 20. Contributing to the delinquencv of a minor. $2. fiiniL tli4h4tiiitifnl Pnril nffmnuif^ iiml >yiiinnlli\ \hiinii in nur ht-rrdifnifiit in ihr / • nf inir hiisluinfl. fnlht-r iinil cramlfalhrr. Hinr\ (. \onin| irMt Cof"'>ijiit|r oppolu-^lin ipttijl tlrctiO''; LoU o Ucti t6 art 0U Umt nB TMnty I !• DC litttr.ini lor yoji ctH "^{^imdiiiif ^on 565-9176 01 564-5234 ^tS.^ft% aC^L^)ft tfCkJOlL^m Boh Olsen Really \ & Insurance Inc. Eldorado High School Sets Gymkhona Sorority Funds To Hospital Uito H>allt,r-MLS ti U nlff SI. Hfinirfui .'tfti-iasi (£) The F;idorado High Schml Kftdeo flub invite the public to attend their •Second Series Ovmk hana" lo be held at SunriM' Arena. 6uch horve events )js Polebcnding. Kevbole Raie. flag Race. Barrel Race, and (oal Tie. In addition lo theke point events will be several lun esenis including Jump Race. Bloomer Race, and Rescue Race. for inlormalion ron cerning Ihik Gvmkhana pleaiki' phone 452-5}6; or 452-57W). The Boulder C ilv Hospital will receive the progress of Ihe annual %alenline Bali lo bt held bv the C itv Council of the B'ia Sigma Phi Soruritv, em Februarv 1. The event will begin al V p.m. in the i-lk's Hall, and is open lo the publii. Dee Towne'k Band will provide music lor dancing. During the evening, a Queen will be chosen from the four candidates elected bv the chapters--Pejy^j f ulcher. Preceptor; C aroIvn Keenev. Xi A-la: Sandv Blair. Ipsilon: and Barbara Barlow I ambda ( hapter. One ol their names will be drawn at 10 p.m. Tickets mav be purchased at the door, or in adVante bv phoning l.inda Cave l2V.3.160i or Ann Bovce 2V.3-I(MKI Several d I Br HsBr for rrilrH vr nt^\rmr6t •r fw fd rr^ul Blark ••11 and waad frB'rtf >artf All ar* kJlrkra Oel> 117 M* uul Oal.< IW blur ki frvs dowDlatra INLAIU.KIi \AI.I.I V VIKM HOMi: 3 kr •Itfe addlllen B'*uUrull raalBUInrd lottdr aad out Inviting kiubro wllb all nr* wilnul rupboardi asd dining raviD addrd Pallai rararllog Ikrougbvut drapri rarpert tprlBklrr •ratrn MaB> manv rilraa aBd prirrd Is fit vour In'umr tai rriurn (o purrkaa* Aatumr eld VA TV. loan (nl> 129 aO UtUI UNLV IZZ.M* IMA(<|)t THIS 3 B<4raflit Bilk \i \ tl fwrrrd pallo rarpBrt all ae* rarprtlBg rangr tprlnklrr itilrm Mir largr ryrlaar frnrrd yard Thit It a aual al ifcit prirr Sfw laday HOMK WITH A \\V^ 3 Br4reB Bilk 1 aad S balk built ID raagr rarprllag aad 4raprt tkr*u(b*ut R^rrlgrrai-d revling ferrd air brat lr(r rarparl ltk grnrroun nloragr uBit asd iMt •r walb-lB riearu OwBrr iraafrrrrd Iravlug area Hital aBcrtflcr HU leat ysur galB LANUtiORI* RKTIRINO rirk II Bp far anl> 113 M I Ba^rBMi toBBtlU rrmadrl Ird BltbabrrirM'kflalibrdBBlU Rangr and rvfrtgrraur • •H-IB44 IrtBd iBrralmral ivi blatrkt 6OBI dBwaMwa ( all Xmtti far appBlBlairBl t arr MiMlaBt Hill* I Arrr parrrtlMMMaadaar iBt I Arrr \ MaM Brawllful Vlr WaUr In rrad.v Iv build V Call to arr VHK and \A rrpBaar-aalaaa Stry KtrrllriM f buyt avallablr Hrmbrr of Ml> I

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Hrnderson llomr News Ilrnderson. Nevada PaKe 5 Thursday, January 23, 1975 KXPhRl SHARtS TIPS Ixnal personalit> Helen Kstrada shares her ideas on makini; a public presenlalinn with ^oulh I air (,)ueens. The two. I"J73 Miss ^outh lair. Toni lien Ul and Kim (onklin, rei(>niiiK Miss ^outh lair. Mill be makini> personal appearances at local junior high si hools alonf> Hith former Mr. America, deor^e Kifferman. Their purpose is be obtained b> callinj' The (O-operative Kxtension OfHcc at ^8s MIL • Ma Saturday at the movies "Bed Knobs and Broomsliiks" .\n Amateur witch, three ophans and a ron man jnn fttrces In route the invaders from Fngland during NN orld War II. Miss Fglantine Price is less than enthusiastic when three Cocknev voung slers are plated in her home for the duration of the war. ^^ hen the \oungsters discover her rt ason I glanline is taking a correspondence course in vtitchcraft and hopes to use her t rafi to help the war effort she is forced In take them into her rnnndence. In search of a missing book ol sorcer* spells, ihev flv to Icmdon, vhere Professor F milius Brown, a leather of magic, joins ihem; then on to the isle of Naboombu for "the match of the cenlurv." and cwntuallv back to Kngiand. just in time to thwart the (>erman invasion. Our fearless five sing and dance in a most delightful wav throughout this most magical mixture of live action and animation with additional helpings of comedv. drama and a fine musical score. Saiurdav. .lanuarv 2.^. 1975 is Ihe date set aside bv the Henderson Parks and Recreation Department to view this marvelous Disnev Film. The (ivic Center is the place, and from 1:(H)-.^:(MI p.m. is Ihe time, so bovs and girls from 6 to 1.^, plan lo attend for a guaranteed enjovabic afternoon. Popcorn, soft drinks and tandv will be available at the snackbar. Inncilube W alcrpolo Salurdav, .lanuarv 2.^. I'i-.sai 1(1 a.m.. Innertube \N alcrpolo is st heduled at ihe I orin I W illiams Municipal Indoor Swimming Pool. -Ml interested are enctiuraged li meet at the pool for a fun filled morning of sport, evercise and a guaranteed gm.d lime. For those who have not atrcadv signed up, the fee will be 25. .15 or 50 ( • ••nis per week, depending on individual's age. until .lanuarv 25, 1Q75. For addiliimal information call .S65-892I F\l .^2. Model Rocketrv Building Oafts -\ I ten I ion! Anvone inleresling in building a model rtuket can register ai the ^oulh Center, 115 Water Street. The lub vi!l begin on fridav. Icbruarv 7. 1975 from .^:(MI-4:0( p.m. for grades 3 lo 6 and 4:(K)-5:(KI p.m. for grades "! and up. For additional information call llarrv dibbs or CIvde (aldwell at 565 89.12. Silversniilhing C lass Beginning Mondav, I ebruarv .Ird and Thursdav. Februarv hlh. the Henderstin Parks and Recrealitm Department is offering a SiUersmNhing Class from (i:4s-8:45 p.m. Ihe clash is being taught bv Jesse Chapman who is verv capable and has laughl manv silversmilhing classes with much success. The class is siheduled lo run for 8 Heeksand will tost S2().(HI for 8 lessons. Registrations w ill be taken at the first class: which will be held in room t>t. (it\ Tit Haw t rvv Sniwniiu*i D(i\s it Viutl love i: t.o I kiii snd ttd *ot€i. KING'S FLOWERS 565-0454 \ (i(l-dav trial period of having one dav a week for free swimming at the i orin W illiams indoor swimming pool was ap proved bv ihe eitv council Mon. nighl. A rt'(|uesl was made fur a waiter of swimming fees lor tin Nevada Children's Home, SI. .ludes and Kegina Hall lor free sv^ jmming. Ill dist ussiiig Ihe request whieh was made bv one of the Recreation boards members. C'itv Manager Don Dawhun said mav be Ihe citv was extending it too much and inavbe four dav s a month would ruin anv revenue A:ROUNDTHEJ By Jean tckley for the pool. Dundee .lones. citv recreation director, said there were constant applications for free swimming and mav be it would not be in the best interest of the faciliiv. However, Lorin W illiams said it mav serve a purptme in gelling people lamiliai with Iht pool so that thev mat use it more in the future. .lones clarilied that ihe pool is iinlv open during the week for publit swim ming on Mondavs, Wednesdays and fridav (I. There are class inslrucliuns un the other davs. The pool is also open un Salurdavs and Sundavs. Dannx Thompson an emplovec of Ihe Slauffer C hemical CO. is down with the flu bug I hear. Fast week Frank Marlino, on accordion Sallv Anderson, singing Maureen MuldiMin, singing and Bob Oaklev as master of ceremonv donated iheir lime lo entertain a group of people. There was wonderful entertainment with refreshments following. Charles and Maude Cfishwiiier arc cnlerlainiiig visitor from Nebraska. Charles' brother and wife, Mr. and .Mrs. Gishwitier. I hear thev brought with them sacks of potatoes that lhe> grew themselves. How about that! .Mm Mav. son of Mrs. I.. Smith, had a birthdav last week I heat. Much happiness in the coming vear Jim. Grandsvill Rhude, a retired painter, was killed in an accident on Boulder Highwav last Salurdav. Rhude was one great painter, his legs had given up, so it was difficult for him to gel around init Rhude had magic in his hands. Senior companitms that are taking a two week training course at St. Peter's Center are Fdna Deardoff, Terrv Farkin, Mildred W hippie, Waldo Bellinger, Marion Norman, Marge .Anderson, Sel/a Hcffiifinger. Fdna M. C lill. June Mav, and Perrv Heading. Sister Noreen and C lara Bailv are supervising the project. Speaker of the dav was Fred Morgan representKarate Set Here Saturday The |9"s open Pro Am Karate Championship fights will be held at the old Basil High School gv m on Saiurdat. Jan. 25 at Id a.m. Featured will be Seven Ih Degree Blackbell Mas ler Bvtmg >u. He has been selected to succeed the late Karate Master. Brui e Fee. in the movies. Also lealured will be Filth Dtgree Blackbell Master Stanlord McNeal. retired Blatkbelt Cirand champiim, trainer of grand champions Larrv Sir mons. Mtxander Archie and Bennv Scott and Joev Walker. There will also be Sixth Degree Blackbell Master SiF u Saul lallbear and R< d Sash Kung Fu Master. Ail Svkcfc. Top fighters throughoul Ihe I .S. will be competing for lop prize mcmev. brow n and black bell team championships and spe cial awards will be given. TAKE A DRIVT THIS WEEKEND. r(\ HAVE <-f) FUN' =^_il I'm Minu t'kt iii-ntt-nl iiiln iiu need ii It ler • gil pttthiairiil." Oh. I ct>uldn'i-)ou tee, I ui noi alluMeO un couchci'" ing SiH iai Securitv Administration. I was told that these companions would work in Henderson. Henderson Funsters started their beginners class last Fridav at 1:M) p.m. in Civic Center Rooms al old Basic High School with a good turnout. C lasses will Mav open for new members for two more weeks. Ciood fun and the price is right. Mel Chops will have a l''75 Open Pro-.Am Karale C hampionship on Januarv 25th al Basic High School Civm. Sivles competing for cash prizes are • lachwon • Do, Kempo Tanv Soo Don, Kung Fu. Shoto Kan, Kalas. Top competitions of I'.S. will be here, Fliminations III a.m. to 5 p.m. F inals 7 p.m. Tiikets for the event are S.^.IMI. Loval Order of Moose Fodge in Hvndeison had a big dav last Salurdav. a potluck dinner with l/odge lurnishing the main dish. Then enrollment of new members, followed bv a dance. Thev tell mc this enrollmeni was In honor of the North Fas Vegas MiMise Fodge. R.S.V.P. is starling dancing lessunb each Tuesday from I p.m. to 2 p.m. After which thev will pla> Iheir regular bingo games. Mildred Brown said all Seniors are welcome. Kenneth Burke, bus driver in He:>derson is down with a bad case of flu. Kenneih Burke and Opal Shea were married last month. Peik's Fpholslerx is donating his lime and labor lo repair a pool table for the Senior Citizens. Peck tells me he also has a training i lass in uphoisterv. Happv birthdav Finda Max Fund, the big dav was Jan. IMh. linda's bov friend look her lo the Dune's for dinner. W OW! Happv birthdav greetings go out lo Flmer Buescher. Since Leia Bucscher. Flmcr's wife, bakes such beauliiul cakes I just know there will he a birthdav cake. Hmer's birthdav is Jnaurv 25lh. Women of the Fagles had their monthlv birthdav pariv wiih ice cream and take on the 16lh of Juriuarv. No matter what month vou were born in. there's aiwavs a birlhdav cclcbralior' for vou at the I agles. Troiler Pork Plans Given Council OK Approval for the ronslniclion of a Mobile Home Park near Rob's Motel in the eastern section of the city by AIca Developers, Inc., was granted bv the eitj council Mon. nighl. The land on which the park is lu be located was originallv purchased from Ihe citv bv Thelma C lark and was later purchased b> a group, about half of whom were citv cmploves. Prior lo granting approval for the trailer park plans, Citv Countilman Dick Stewart asked if the plans were up lo stipulations asked from other developers. He said since ihecompanv was made up about SO per crni of rii> emplovcs. he wanted ihc development lo be KMI percent right. He was assured bv Public Wdrks Director Bob W hilnev thai Ihe development was up lo standards of the cit>. Several stipulations were put on the development such as building a block wall complelel> around the development, provide for drainage, and make another entrant c into the park among others. Stewart also askid about a sewer lift station. The developer will install a sewer line form iheir lift station to ihe existing sewer. Burkholder To Meet The Burkholder Junior High Kovs Basketball Team will meel Ihe Fremont Junior fligh Team in a plav-off game. Iritlav, Januarv 24. 1''''5. al 2:.^0 p.m.. at Ihe William Orr .lunior High St hool gvm. Burkholder won the Cage Team Fremont \allev league title this vear; Fremont Finished second in the Fast Division of the C itv League. The w inner of this game will plav Ihc first place team of the West Division of the C itv league. TOPS MARKET 844 LAKE MEAD DRIVE PH. 565-7070 HOME OWNED & OPERATED HAROLD GERRISH E RKSKRVK TIIK RIGHT Tl( LIMIT WK Al ( KPT FOOD STAMPS I WATCH WHRE WE CUT YOUR BKF: PRICE INCLUDES CUTTING WRAPPING FREEZING FINANCI.NG .AVAILABLF ON APPROVKD ( REDIT 90 DAYS .^^AMK .AS CASH NO PAYMENT Til L FFB 1ST • *> PRICES EFFECTIVE JAN. 23-26 140 TO 160 LBS. HIND QUARTER M.05 IB. 570 TO 620 IBS. WHOLE BEEF 89 LB. 40 TO SO IBS WHOLE BEEF LOIN $1.59 LB. 14 TO 16 LBS. PORK LOIN $1.39 275 TO 325 LBS. HALF BEEF 95 LB. 140 TO 160 LBS. FRONT QUARTER 85'2 FRONTS, 1 HIND 450 TO 500 LBS. THREE QUARTERS 89 lb ^^^^^ITH I V2 or I BEEF ^ GET 20 n CHICKENS LEAN GROUND BEEF 69 LB. TOP SIRLOIN STEAK $2.39 lb SMOKED PICNIC HAMS 69 LB HOMEMADE SAUSAGE MOT OR COCD 79 IB. HAM HOCKS ZSfiL BAR-B-O STEAKS 79^B 14 OZ. KERN a F |^ 1 /\f\ CATSUP 4o5i.oo 46 OZ. KERNS TOMATO JUICE 59 PRODUCE,two CARROTS-.IT CABBAGE .9' ,ft^ I us Kussm POTATOES— 0"'b(MEAT CASE) All MEAT WIENERS 59^8 CHUCK STEAKS 69 IB. CLUB STEAK $1.49iB BOTTOM ci AO ROUNDS >I.UVLB '*oz joAf WEBER 1 KA BREAD 4 K>R I .DU MED. HOWLEH EGGS 75

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Hendprson Home News Henderson. Nevada SOCIETY ^ iffc^cfi^^JV^as^ji ^ fiV^-' -^\ Pace 6 yr;.--^ Thursday, January 23. 1975< BIRTHS s'^aa QAt^^ati-^aa • n^'ss^^a* sAf^^so'^o* Wf^'os'^a* 9Ac^e>~^;s9 f^^9'^3* eac^es'^a* I TO Bl INSTALLED -Kathy Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Moore, will be installed as >Vorlh* Adxisor of the Henderson Assembly No. 17, j nternalional Order of the Rainbow for Girls on Sal )an. 2.S at 7 p.m. at the Masonic Temple. Other officers Hill also be installed at this time. Emblem Club Sets Pot Lock Jan. 22 Henderson Emblem Club held its regular meeting at the Elks Lodge on Wednesday night, Jan. 8th. Order of business was called, with a Pol Luck dinner lo be held at the Elks I (tdgc on Wednesday, Jan. 22 at h:30 p.m. An in\ilation is being extended to all KIks, ihoir Families and their (ilicsts. "" Please bring a ea>ft salad or meal dish. L'nderour .Americanism Program. Sister LaNon conducted an Essa\ Contest al the Jr. High School and will announce the winners of the Sa\ings Bonds in the Henderson Home INews. rielen Meeks, Communil> Chairman, reported on gifts giNen lo the (>len Halla Home for the elderly at Christmas time, also Christmas baskets for two needy families. A Hobo Part> and Dance was discussed, plans for holding it lo be at ihc LIks lodge in l'el)ruar>. A Nominating Com -njjtlec Has elected for neH Olflcers elect., those uiununaled frum membct^ were: Sisters, Carol Wa\; r'TWlerf Georgia Lyons; Helen Meeks; .Agnes Williums. Substitutes are l.aNon Holmes and Edith Box. Election of officers will be at the Eebruar\ meeting. Also a \'alenline Gift should be brought for each Secret Sisler. at which lime the> shall re\cal her name. JAN T. BENNEH WELCOMES FOURTH SON Dr. and Mrs. Jan. T. Bcnnelt >lor Bennett, born Jan. S at Orlando I lorida. He weighed in at 7 lb. l.S oz. Both Dr. Bennett and bib wife. Janet (Barton! Bennett were graduates of Basic High School. Jan is the son of Dick and Jessie Bcnnelt. 103 Cholla and Janet the daughter of Joseph and Lola Barton, 140 Fir. Jan is stationed at the Na\al Air Station in Orlando. Florida. The little bo\ has three brothers at home, Jeff and Matt. Scott, Joseph and Lola Barton tra\eled to Florida to \isil and also planned going to New Ji-rsc\ to \isit another daughter and sonin law. Shirle% and I arr> Gibson | formerly of Boulder Cil*. I C J^i CRAFTY IDEAS Ham 'BiMati The Home News Wishes Happy Birthday Greetings to the following people. Jan. 23 Dare.> Russell, Krislina McGowen, Kenneth Kackle\, Ardcn Pearce, Scoll Pitkin, Ted Inness, Doroth> Culler, Nancy Eckman, Kevin Lamb. Jan. 24 Kenneth Dinsmorc, Michael Hard\ AKin .Nelson, Flora H. Kellar, Lemy Rarick, .Antoinette Klinghicl, William S. Garret, Elaine Dickinson, E>ic Garfield. Jan. 2S Richard D. Huntsman, Harold Woods Dawn Humphries, Anthony Reece, Casy Janosik, Hal Orme, Rosa Bauer, Janet Renavide/ Burr, Sandra K. Porter, Jimmy Blaz/ard. Jan. 26 Laura Wood, Bill Hildrbrand. Donna Jones. Gar> Welker, Irene Groneman, LaBaron Ro,\lance. Jan 27 Pauline Davis, Erma Hall>. Robert Slock, Angela Belingheri, Dawn Campbell. Jeff Bennett. Jan 28 Bobbie Fleming. Anela Hallahan, Bobbie McKee. Paul T. Marshall. Sharon Spendlove, Mauna Williams, Mary Pedcrson. Jan. 29 • Karen Tobler, Konda Sue Gubler, Sandra Rowland. Ra\ Mathcson, Raymond Rhees. Eleanor Pederson. Jan. 3n • Eddie Lane, HwnW" Cordffn. Goithnr'" CuUiuUfDitte JensMOf Baitan Workman, Michael Lefler. Eleven bo>s and three girls are new arrivals at St. Rose dc Lima Hospital since Jan. I. Jan. S • A boy was bom to John and Gwinlyn Allen uf flendcrson. Jan. 8 A girl was bom to Lou Ann and Harvey Worley of North Las Vegas. Jan. 10 A boy was bom to Arlenc and George Nicholas of Las Vegas. Jan. 12 A boy was bom to Sandra and Robert Baldcrson of Las Vegas. Jan. 13 A boy was bom to Frank and Ruby Jaramillo of Henderson. A boy was bom to Jimmy and Maria Rodrlque/ of North Las Vegas. A boy was bom to Sherri and Russell Lamb of Henderson. Jan. 14 • A boy was bom to Gilbert and Beveriv Cooper of Henderson. SERVICE AWARDS---Worker at St. Rose dc Lima Hospital were presented with awards and service pins for their long service at the hospital. The frstivifies were held at the Employees' dining room on Friday. Sister Dolores Marie Dolan. who has IS vears service was not present for the picture. Others were B. '>ncraux. director of nurses; Irene Champion, five years, admitting; Ora Davis, five vears. nurses aid; C. Lollar. \S vears; Ruth Seridan, five vears; llallic Lctlerlo. ten vears. nurses aid and phvsical therapv; J. Schully, l.S years, dielarv, and Sisler Georganne, administrator. What I Hear By Laurel Nelson it Bin^o R.S.V.P. Jan. IS • A boy was bom lo Marianne and Ralph Knowlion of Henderson. Mrs. John Shaw of Richardson Drive is in St. Hose dc Lima Hospital for surgery. Best to vou for a fast recovery. Mrs. Mav Ebarb. former resident of Henderson, is here visiting her two daughters and son. Mrs. Ebarb is now living in Louisiana, but comes lo Henderson once or twice a y ear. Mr. and Mrs. Sa\ Suii of Yucca \ allev California are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. ^irgil Darnell of to Sandra tid Rph .^.^^j,^^^. .^^^^., ;„ „^.„. jlerson. Jan. 16 A boy was bom to Pamels and Mark Sala/ar of Las Vegas. Jan. 18 A boy was bom lo Jewell and BilU C. Moore of Las \'egas. Jan. 19 A girl was bom to Linda and Freddv Caempfer of Henderson. Jan. 20 A girl was bom Rainwater of Henderson. A birrwnr1nitb Mirtiftl and Hugh Northinglon of Las Vegas. Virgil Darnell goes fishing almost everv dav and usuallv gels his limit of WITH KFRR McGtE 20 VEARS Ron Bolt |cenler| a production operator for Kerr-McGee Chemical ( orporalion is being congratulated on his 20 >ears of service with the compan> h\ C huck .Armstrong |right| plant manager. Chet Anglada [Icfti supcrintendeni of the manganese plant also congratulates Ron on his long-service with the companv. Basic High Names Gregg Award Winners Lend a hand... Birth delects are torever unless you help: OUR WANT ADS HELPPiOPUGn WHAT THEY WANT, WHETHER THEY'RE LOOKING FOR BUYERS OR SELLERS, OR WORKERS, OR GIVE AWAYS. NEWS 564-1881 293-2302 The following students of the Business Department of Basic High School won Gregg Awards during the First semester of this vear: Fur shorthand at KM) words a minute Barbara Lindblom will receive a pin. Other shorthand winners were Elizabeth Lucent and Darnell Perkins. Susan Hall and Barbara Lindblwm will receive pins. Other t\ping award winners are: Kathv Hall, CamI Graham, Darnell Perkins, Marian Keele, Richard Mix. Cindv Nash. Meianie Causey, Pam Gandrud, Mark Stafford, and Sarahella Nogele. The Cregg Award ProFor typing at 60 words a gram is sponsored bv the minute for five minutes Basic High School Busiwith Iwp errors or less ncss Club. up f *IO0 a •b €• • k rllra alll *clilaf -^i s • kamm • Mtlraat Uc*M ct4lt •• ISlr !• • rtra. --^ ^ >A \ • ^ i:i' .^-^=^==^11 fish, hut they arc all verv small. Thai is about what evcrv one else K getting. "HviW, the woman said over the phone. '"Is this the Humane Societv?" Well 1 want vou to send an officer lo my home at (mce. The mailman is sitting in a tree in m> vard and he is teasing mv bulldog with a long stick." Julie O'Neil. formerlv friends here in Henderson. .Mrs. Llahna Sandine is at home with another bad cold. ciciJu.; O•Tir Folks, don't forget to keep saving coupons for the City of Hope. > ou can send them lo Doris Darnell at 38 Church St or lo me Laurel Nelsim al 28 Richardson Dr., Henderson, 89(115. Mac and 1 had m> son, Harr\ Roberts and family out to our home Sundav. The> had been out in the desert riding ihcir bikes and gathering wood. We are planning a trip this spring for Oregon, and also a deep sea fishing trip. Senior Citizen Social Club The club met Fridav, Jan. 17. There was a good crowd. Thev had a verv nice lime, thev plaved card games. Rubv Mulliner was hoste haNC been quite ill. ScNcral members attended the Merv Griffin show al Caesar's palace on Thurs. Ii was a great show and well worth wailing to sec. It will be on television Feb. "", the Men Griffin show. Senior Citi/cns arc grateful for the opporlunitv of having this fine trip. Four buses were furnished bv the Meals on Wheels. Fiftv attended from Henderson Meetings arc held cverv Frida\ at 1 p.m. al the Civi( Center Room IM. We had a dancing class last Tuesday. With all the tables moved out and the phonograph going its best, the room literally fluttered with dancers. After the dancing thcK was a session of n\9 thenics. You should have seen that! The Senior Citizens of Henderson are missing a go
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HT" ^ flood ntpraduolen n Page 7 Henderson Home News Henderson, Nevada Thursday. January 23, 197S In Uarmtny, at one timi, prople looked at firri through l>unrhei of Itrkgpur to preterve their eyet for the yaar! LEGAL NOTICES in the Eighth Judklal Ulitrlrl Court or the Stale of Nrvida. In and For the County of Clark No AIJUIZ .^ t.\RY GKM; TILI.INGH AST. PlalnUir DONNA LEE TILLINCHAST. Defrndant SIMMONS THE STATE OF SFV ADA .SENDS (;Ri:TiNr.s TO THE ABOVE NAMKD DEFENDANT Vou arr hrrrby ou rsriuftlveof Ihe da> of arr\lce Ifynu fail to do 10. judgment by default will he taken against vou for the relief demanded in the Complaint. This II an action brought to dis solve the hondi of matrimony riliting between PlalBllfT and Defen daat DISTRICT (01 RT SEAL I.ORFTTA BOM MA.N.Clerk ofCourt By RITH DOHD. Deputy Clerk DATE January Mth, 1171 H Jan 23 30 Keh I] ZO. ItIS DEC n. It74 AI'PI It ATIOV KOR n.RMISSION TO < ll\N(.K THE POINT OF l>l\ I tsldS AND MANNER OF I M Ol \ PORT lOV OF Til t PI Bl It H ATFRS OF THF. ST\TF 0^ \FVADA HFRFTOFORF APPROPRIATED Xpplirallon No 28991 S^OTICK IS HFRFBY GIVFN that on the 2nd day RFTT* BOWMAN. Clerk ofConrt Bv SANDRA Meri.AREN. Deputy ( ierk DISTRICT COIRT SEAL DATE January ZOth. I97S H Jan 23 30. Feb i 13. 20. IttS LEGAL NOTICES PlVLir NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Ike City Coaarll of lb* City of Ren dersen conaldered the passage afaa ordlnaaee at their Reiular Meeting on Meaday. January 20. I97J. •alltied: BILL NO (7 "AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND TITLE VIII OFTHE MITXICIPAL CODE OF THE CITY OF HENDERSON. NEVADA. BY ADDING THERETO A NEW CHAPTER HEREBY DESIGNATED AS CHAPTER 19*. MAKING ITI'NLAWPIX FOR ANY EMPLOYER TO KNOWINGLY EMPLOY ANY PFR.SON WHO IS NOT LEGALLY FVTITI.FD TO LIVT OR RESIDE IN THE LNITED .STATES OF AMERICA; PROVIDING OTBKR MATTERS PROPERLY RELATING THERETO; AND RFPFALING Al.l ORDINANCF.S AND PARTS OF ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT MEREWira which has been referred taaeommit' tee of the Conaril as a Wkale for vtudv and recommendalloo and a copy of laid ordinance hai l>eeBnied wllhthe City (Ierk for Ihe general public scrollny The Comnltlee Meetloii will be held Maaday. January 27th I97S al 7 • p m ia Ihe ( onference Raoai at i4S Water Street The ( ooncil shall adopt or reject this ordinance within 30 days Dated Ihis 21st day of January I97S. and publlaked in Ike Hendersoa Home News January U. I97S III (ienevieve H Harper OFNEVIEVE H HARPFR CITY CLERK SEAL H-Jan Zl 197S NOTICE OF PIULIC HEARING NOTKE IS HFRFBY r.IVEN that the Planning Commlislos oflbe City of Hendrrson Nevada will hoM a public hearlni on February S 1913. al (00 pm In Ihe Planning remniisalon Chambers. tOI l.ead Sirerl. City Hall Annet. Henderson. Nevada, lo ronilder (he applirallon of Wayne D Hunt. 233 Aih Street. Hrpderaon. Nevada. for a useprrmit lo operate an uphohtery huiinesiatZSJ Aih Street Henderson Property ii loned'R-l (One FalAlly Reildeal Dlitrieti 3 u PAHKi/ltW STF;|:rT mu.iiL,-. l-l 7S ANY and all inlrreslcd persons mt)' appear before Ihe CHy Plaanlaf ( ommlssinn either In person or by counsel and may object to or eipress approval of the proposed use permit or may. prior to the hearinf file with ihe ( ilv Plannini Department written objectloa thereto or approval thereof Isi Frnesl V l^mprc,^ Chairman Henderson Planning Commission DATED Januars Zl I9TS H Jan 23 19TS f Thf^pasipsl |iart of hiiusnioaning JN lln> |)arl vou don'l liavp h Our Homemakrn! Helper Service has b^n spc< ificnllv de signed to help lake the "work" out of houseu'orA.. .aiiti give a "look of newness" to your entire home. A vibrant new iovelineitt< will txgiven to your drHpeneti.. jum like the day they were made ^'our nhp coven and other fine furnishinfs will alBo be given the glow of ni>w-iieis8 with our HotneinakerB Helper Service —ari(/ Our Exclusiir MIRACLE FINISH Let us keip you uith your Spring Housecleaniryi uiis ysor AL DOWNEY DRY CLEANERS IS2 Mwkat Streat Pk. S65-654I k Basic Wins! Upends Winless Chaparral 52-48 HENDERSON — In lea^e cage action Tnesday. Basic moved to ao early lead, and never relinquished its advantage, until late in the third period, enroute to a 52-48 victory. Chaparral was forced to play catch up ball, and Basic almost blew the game in the third period, but a last ditch rally brought them to a 33-33 tie. Both teams ironically, hit 19bf 54 .shots for a 35 percent performance Basic's Vonnic Kelly, hit 5 of 8 shots, to lead the Basic shooting By Blalne Eckman parade Sheldon of 5 and Bradshaw, 6 of Bradshaw, had 7 of 16 8 find the mark Bradshaw. led all The Wolves, moved to .scorerson the court, hitt an early 13-7 Hrst quaring for 22 pomts Kelly, ter lead and althongh added 15. continuing his outscored in the second steady performance canto, left the floor at halflime. leading 23-18 The Cowboys chopped away at the Basic lead, and tied the count at 3333. as the fourth period began. Clutch four shooting in the fourth period (9bf 16) won the game for the as the Cowboys were Wolves. Kelly and completely outmanned Bradshaw were espoheight wise Numerous cially effective in this turnovers, on both sirt's, department, Kelly hit 3 took away much of the Chaparral .s slow start in which they failed to hit a field goal until the three minute mark of the first period was indicative of the Cowboy mediocre play Basic, rebounded well, basketball prowess of the contest The victory was Basic's second conference win, as the first half of conference play ended Friday, the Wolves entertain Western The Warriors lost a big one. Tuesday, to Clark F'rimarily. the Chargers took advantage of an injury to Warrior giant. Brian Busch, B'Q"* center Busch. left the contest with an ankle injury in the first period and never returned to action Basic, will be forced to stop the scoring of Calvin Washington He scored 36 points against Basic, the last go around, Basic led 31-29.^ at half time, but with a few men in four tronble, coaldn't hand in there, in the second half, and the Warriors had a field day Basic's Freshmen team, lost its game, Tuesday, 39J32. to the young Cowboys The J V s lost 54-41. Kevin Causey, led the attack with 13 points. His brother Ed, scored 10 Gametime for varsity action is 8 p m Both Freshmen and J V. action will preceed the Warrior-Wolves clash 1545 BOULDER HWY HENDERSON, NEVADA 9 AM TO 8 PM DAILY MARKET BASKET WE ACaPT USDA FOOD STAMPS fric.s elli'tiiae laa 21rd thru ion 79th NENOIRSON'S FAVORITE CIOCIIY STORE WE FEATURE...MIUERS MILICRS OF UTAH PORTERHOUSE STEAK MILLERS OF UTAH RIB STEAK MILLERS OF UTAH BONELESS SIRLOIN STEAK MILLERS OF UTAH CLUB STEAK EXTRA LEAN GROUND CHUCK MILLERS OF UTAH BONELESS RUMP ROAST LEAN MEATY BEEF SHORT RIBS SAVE OF UTAH FEED LOT BEEF MILLERS OF UTAH T-BONE STEAK i i i nju.n i in 'j TOP SIRLOIN STEAK MILLCRS OF UTAH WHOU FILLET BUTT FUUCUT ROUND STEAK MILLf RS OF UTAH CHUCK B B-0 I STEAK MIU€RS OF UTAH BONE IN RUMP ROAST MILLERS OF UTAM -BONE ROAST FRESH LEAN GROUND BEEF \3 ISS SI.60 SAVE CROWN MANO FRESH I CHUNK BOLOGNA SAVE OOIVOWI UAN lONEU^ I BRISKET i ^?Y0URFWE2SEMPrr SAVE BARS AU MEAT FRANKS 12 OZ PKG imi Vi BEEF I HIND OUAlTIV t IIONT I eUARTII JOOTO 3S0 1I tVilACI NINDOUAini g^. |(1S0TO17ilJ) j\ I'tllf lit' 1 'i|ll II pu> tH|iii otiiti itft li II l?^ iiitiii nil ttt'tin H iittiBi • tiirtction • 133 PHONE 565-8136 LIVER 3 Ik.n00 VERY LEAN GROUND ROUND ) IBS %3.> WNOIEBODY FRYING 4 EC CHICKENS ^^" utun IHin UM5cU CHAMPION BRAIID SLICED M BACON 0 69£ GOLDEN GRAIN 7'. OZ. MAC & CHEESE DINNERS 4r1 DAD'S ROOT Q. DCCK i6oi Btls. I .^ $ ^ ^A CANADIAN LORD CALVERT Vj GAL JCALVERTS EXTRA ^-•|$OFT WHISKEY'2 CAL STILLBROOKST. BOURBON 86 PR'2 GAL. ^ 'BARTONS Q T. r Aj^ I^ST BOURBON h GAL ^ /** iCANADIAN RIVERS ^^ WHISKEY 'j GAl ^^4'ANCIENT AGE ST BOURBON '2 GAL CZARINA VODKA '7 GAL CASE A SWAYNE PINK GRAPEFRUIT KERNS 18 01 GRAPE JELLY MJB INSTANT COFFEE 10 OZ. ARNOLDS PICKLES DILLSCNIPS KOSHER DILLS FALSTAFF )89 BEER OQC^"" 11 oiBtk. # T PACK {BARS 'POTHD [MEAT 3 0Z I KLEENEX BOTIOUE 179 PAPER giomTOWttS ^• • K PERFORM 89 FABRK 9olh>n <^' SOFTENER Urft Criin Sttlks Large Sweet Ripe TANGERINES Large Cretn Ript AVOCADOS 4/P Large Xtra Fancy Red Deliciovi APHES ^* f A

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Mme.UgMhy Far Oood Rapreducttof^ 2 I RKM)LtTION %0 441 RKSOMTION or THE CITY roimrii. or THF CITV or HESOrRSON < LARK C OIVTY \V\IM M\KIH<. 4 rRovisioNAi. ORD:R TO THr rrrr WHEREAS. th^(lt\ (ounrllofthr rilv of Hrndmon. Clirk ( ount>. 'Krvada. bv i rr^olullon dul> iDlrodacrd. pasted and approved en lbr7thda>orOrtobrr 1974 dlrertrd iWr Dirrrir of Public Worha (hrrriQ rrfrrred loaa EnclBf^r i to fllr tib (br 1 Ity Orrh. rerUlo rrIimlnjirv planv an a^^eKtmrnt plal IvpHal krrtion of thr conuraplaird impro^rmrnU. prrltmlnarv r\iim>tr of rf**i. f-%UmMte of tnai imum brnfflt^ and En|inrer s rrpori a<( lo method of drtrrnnnlnx hrnrfits. and otbrr matlrrt as rrquirrd b> Ihr < lt\ Charlrr and Chapter 271 of Nr\ ada Rrvtard Sututuea all Inronnrrtion t(h thr la>in|| oat. rtablibmrnt. rootrur liAn and iiiUllalian nf the farllMieft prrtaininR to. an flectnral proJeund arirs of thr proposrd Loral Improvr • irnt Oislrit I No 747 hlch area U drsrrihrd as | nts 1 throuRh 319. inclusivr inrlsdinK I "l 47\ of Mis Sinn Hills Istairs j ••iiMn isiitn of rf portion of Sn lion l.l 4nd >o* lion M T?2S R(3 J MOM as rrrnrdrd in ihofTiir of ihr < ounU Rr< nrdrr < lark ( ounts \r\ada at Pac 73 Book i.T of Plats Ihr lo< iiion of whtrh IS drsrribrd AS fnlloim Lnral Improvemrnt Distnrt NK 74:! That certain arra within Ihr < i* nf Hrnderson hounded h\ thr fnllnii inK public strerts < ommrnnnEiiiihr intersrrtion of Mission Prive and San > sidroStrret thrncr ra'-lrrU alone sjid Mission Drue to >an Jarintn Sireri thrnrr snulhrrU along said San Jacinio Strrei inSi*n l^duardo A\rnur thrnrr rastrrlv alone said Sao Edu-irrio \\rnur to Santa Rita Strerl f unin^prnird ). thrnrr nnrlhrrh alone sjid Santa Rita Strrr; 'unim pinvrdt to **an ( Irmrnte %*enur lunimpinv.'dt thrnre raslerU ainnc Sdiid Nan < Irmtntr Avrnur lunim prnvrdt tn Santa Susanna Strerl. thrni r nonherjv alonitthr northrrl> proloncatton of •>^iri Santa Sus^na \vrnuf Id thr vrtu(hrrl\ hound..ir\ of th( ( nion rariTii R^ilniad rt|;hl thHMr snuthra^Mtriv AIMWI d souihrrU boundary tn San Andma Street. tbiHirr linr of said lol .119 lo sania > nrr \*rnuf thrnrr rsirr!% alone '•aid Santa Vnrr \\rniir tn San \ sidro Strert thencr norlhrrl* .^lorc ^atd San ^ sidro Strrri tn thr point of befEinnintf and (ftiihin thai arra tmprotrmrnis shall hr Imalrri uiihin thr follnumt: strrrls Misvinn F>ri*r sjn Hrunn \*rnur. >an Lduarrtn \\rnue ^r\ ((ahnri \\rnur. Sanla Hrlrna \vrnue Santa ^ art A*rnur. San Yaldro Street. San Jannlo *trrri. San la>andrn Sirrel. Santa susana **lreet Sin MiKurl strr-t San litaqiiin strrrt. San I ura>> Strrrt San Xndrt-as Strrrt and San Mairo Strrrt and %mihin that arra imprn\rmrnts shall noi rM Imalrd within thr fnl lowine unimpro\rd streets San \nionio A\*-nue San Irmrnlr %vrnur San I rli|H\trnur *an t.rrcoTid .A\rnut' Paradis* Mills Orur San Hafarl \%rnur San Xrdo strrrt San ( arlns strrei. Santa Rita strrrt and San Mi£url Strrrt isnuth of Santa ^ nrj -\vrnuri HHI Rl AS (be rBle*f oa tbe 6th da* of January It:.', nird at thr nfflrr of thr < Irrk of said ('ll> in ronnrrtion with said rlrrtriral pro jerl and trtrphonr projrri prrlimi mrs planv and rsiimairs an as^rs*. mrnt plai an rstimjtt* of mavimum henrfits jn I ncmeer s Rrpnri and all olhrr mattrrsrrquirrd h\ Hrsnlu linii Si> I t:: and h\ appluahlr statiilr-jfid ordinanrrs and HHLKI \s ihi ( lu ( ouni it has rkaminrd said plans an assrki^mrnl plal shoHine Ihr area to br assessrd and Ihr amount of rstimatrri max imuni hrnrfiis to hr assriisrd aKainsi rai h Irarl f"i Ihr rlrrtrtial prn)r'1 and Ihr trlrphomproircl and thr k nRinrrr s rrport as to thr method of rirtriminine hrnrfils and Ihr Fnxlneer seallmateaftherotlorrcR slrurtion (or Ihr rlrrtriral projrrt and Ihr .rlrphnnr projrrt In unll prirrs inrludine without limtlinK advrriisine appraiMng. rnKinrrrine Irgal printing and fithrr riprn<>rs |udi£rd h\ Ihr Englnerr a* rskrniial to < omplrlion of ^urh work and Ihr pat mrnt uf thr cost thereof ami HHERfAS Ihrrr are parreU of puhlir properO Hilhtn Ihr rlertrlial projrri and thr trirphonr projrrl nwnrd hy thr t ilv uf Hrndrroun and thr Cll* t ounril has h* mntion dirrrird thai ihr ( it\ of Hrndrrson shall pav aHsraamenlii against aui h parrrlti and MHERTAS for Ihr purposr of drsignatinn and identinratlnn il is drsirahir that ihr hrrrinaftrr drsrrlbed rlrrtriral profrrt and Ihr Irlrphonr proirri hr known and Idrntlfird as "Hrndrrson. Nevada Loral Imprnvrmrni liistrirl No 14'2 Ihrrrin aomelimefc rrferred lo as Olftlrirr I N(l THFRFMiRE Ihr f Ilv Counrll of Ihr ( it\ nf Mrnderson. Nevada OolsMERKR) F|N|I RENOLVE DFTEKMINE AND PROVlftlOMALLV ORO^IR % fol laWK NvrlUti 1 Thai aid plan* aaaeiamrnt plal prrhminarv mllmalrs and all other maltrrv so filed mih thr < it\ ( Irrk arr saiisfartorv in all rrsperis Serlloa t That the rierlriral pro irrt and thr trirphonr projrrl as dewrlbrd • ibe rrclula hereof vhall hr ai ijulrrd and improvrd said projects hrinx drscrihed as follows Lvrrpt ak shown on tbr prrliminar> plans now on Tilr in tbr ofBcr of thr ( Mv < lerh Ihr rharartrr of urh Improvrmtma aball br more par til ularly drsrribrd as follows Thr rlei triral project shall consist of thr installation of o\rrhrad suppK linr on 45 foot poirn, undrrnround direct burial distribution s> to complete thr work Thr trirphonr projrct shall cnnsivt of an underitrnund svstem with two wirr pairs capacitv providrd for rarh lot runrd R-K and si wirr pairs pro vidrd for rack lot lonrd H 4 and olhrr incidental construction as nrrrs sar> to complete thr work Lpon romplrtion. the electrical pro)rcl shaM hr tamed over lo 4 alifnrnta Parifir I tiliUes t ompan> for use in dislribulioC rlrctrictl cnrrRv to prnpertirs wilhin laical Improvrmrnt District No 743 undrr applicable rulrs and rrgulatmns of thr I'uhlii srrvirr rommistion of thr *tatr of Nrvada I pon romplrtion thr trirphonr projrt t %hal1 br turnrd ovrr lo Cnntinrnlal Triephonr ( om pans of ( alifornia. dolnx business as ronlinrntal Trirphonr (ompans of Nr\ada for sr in providing trir phiinr srr\irr in proprrtirs within said Loral Improvemrnt DistfK I No :i; undrr apphrahlr rulrs and rre ulatmns of said Public Srr\ irr f om mission Section .1 The amount to hr assessed shall br apportioned rqualK to rai h In) or parcel except that for ihr trirphonr projrcllhr lots presentiv roned for K 4 land use 'Lots 41 thrnugh 54 in< lusivn shall hr assrssrdat a rale si % timrserealer than Ihr rate for all other lots within thr llistricl Thr portion oT Ihr rosi to hr assrsftrd against and thr ma^imom atnuani of special brnents rstimated til he (nnfrrred up'n arh pie4)ii1avsarirr thr( ounril hasftnalK passed on • u* h i omplatnl prntrst or ohjrrtion by Krsolution or (rdi nanrr pursuant to said l haptrr 1'7| of thr Nrvada Rrvisrd ^tatutrs to commrnrr a^ .• tmn or suit in anv court of competent jurisdiction to ( orrrel or srt aside sui h determina tion. hut therraftrr all actions or suits dliMi Vine thr validitv of the prt>( rrdlni:^ and the amounts of tbe hen, nis^hjil hr prrprtualls harrrrf The drsrriptlons of the iracli lo be assesved. thr maximum amount of benrntsrsiimalrdlohrronferred on rarh sue h ira( t and all procrrdiBRs in thr prrn-.isrs arr on filr and ran Kr srrn and rsaminrrt at thr off^rr of the I Itv ( Irrk during husinrss hours at anv time bv any persons so inlrrrsied ^rrtion 9 If wilhin the lime specified brnin complaints protests and otijr* linns in writing i e all written rrmo^stran^rs agatn^l arquirinK or improving the project propvted bv initiation of the foveming bndv shall hr fiUd with Ihr (Irrk siened h\ thr owners of thr tracts constituting a majoriiv of thr lots or olhrr basis for rompulalion of as.srssmrnts as thr rase may be. nf thr tracts to hr assrsvrd tbe pro jrrt shall ntt be acquired or improved Si-nion 10 That all aedines malt* rs and ihints hrrrioforr taken had and done h\ ihr i itv and Ihr ofTirrrs thrreof innt in Is an amount nf $49 050 no all oi ;>T V part mav hr refunded tn thr Disirtrt under rrrtain inndittons vrars of the dale ti-lephnne service is Tirsi avail ahir tn the District the District will ( rrdil th* individual parcel in thr amount of thr refund ref eivrd as a rrsull of a service t onnrriion on that parrel Said credit shall hr applird to tbr assrssmenl as a prrpasmrnt without penattv i-krepl in thr rase of a parcel on w hich th*total assrss mrnt has teen paid m whwh rase thr amount will he paid lo thr n, n T of liu p4icrl as an ovcrpavment of assrssmrnt Regardieks of thr basis used for apportinnrnR asarssmrnfs in Ihr rasr nf wrdKr > "r olhrr irrrcularlv shaprd trails anv amount apportioned thereto shall be Ml (MOpni lion in inr s,pfCial hrnrnts thrrehv rlrrivrri Th assrssmrnts In hr Irvird mav hr pavahir without intrnsi on demand, at thr ele<-|i<>n of the owner within thlrlv till, daw aftrr thr rflrrlivr dale of Ihr assrss m*-iit ordinanir or in ten >I0) suh sianliallv equal annual installments of pnnripal Thr rair n( inlrrrsl upon unpaid instatlmrnis of assrssmrnt shall noi rtrer>d ninr prrrrnl It^i per annum and prnalties shall hr cnllr. trd upon rtrttnniirni pav mrnis at ihr rair of I', prr month Siitmn I Thr arra inmprisinc said proprrtv tn he improvrd and to hr assrssrd shall hr drsignated as Hrndrrson Nevada In rai Improvenirni District No 747 serimn 't On Mondav. the Ird dav of frebfuarv I97:i al 7 IM) p m at the < nuni il Chambers at the (itv Halt in lhe( ily of Henderson Nevada.Ibr ( ounril will consider thr nrderini: of tbe propoaed project and bear all complaints protests and ohiertions thai mav he made in writing and filed as hrrrafler provided ot vrrhallv al thr hrarine ronrerninelhr samr hv thr ownrrs of anv tract to hr assessed or anv person interrsted Thf ownrrs of thr proprrtv to b' assessed or an^ othrr prrsons interested therein mav apixar heforr the ( ounnl and hr hrard as to Ibe proprielv and adv uahilifv of arquirini thr pro)rcl pi t>v t sionallv ordrred as to thr rstimatrd cost thrreof and tn thr aninunl Ihrrrnf lo hr assrsrd aeainsi rarh trad in thr Ihslrii t sertion 6 Thai twenlv (20* davs nolirr in wrilinK of such timr and pi arr shall hr given to thr last kimw n ownrr or ownrrs nf earh tract In hr asvr^srd or other drsicnated prr sons whlrb shall hr srrvrd hv mat link' a ropv of suf h notirr piistagr prepaid as flril class mail to each of such propertv owners, the names and addresses of which shall he nhiainrd from thr rrcords nf thr I ounlv Asaestor or from sui h other sourrr as ihr Clerk deems rrllable Deposit %halt hr made in thr I nllrd stairs mail at least twenis iL'Oi davs prior to thr datr of thr hraring Nolire ahal 1 also he given hv posttnn In three public plaees at or nrar Ibr lle af Ibr propoaed prajf^l at IMM twrnlv tlMl' davs prior lo said hear tng Proof nf such malUnjE and poat ine shall be made bv affadavll of tbr ( itv( lerk sue h proof tabrflird with the CItv Clerk SerOnn 7 Thai nnOre of the time and plarr of surh hrarinjc shall also hr given hv puhliration in thr Hen drrMiii Hnnir Nrws a nrwspaprr published in Hendrrson. Nevada and of general rlrculatlon In Ihr ( Ilv of Hrndrrson once a areek for three l3l ronsecutlvr weeks hv three weeklv inaertlans. the first publieation to he at IrasI fiflrrn (15) davs prior to the designated hearinf Not Iraa Iban sarv nr appropiialr tn rffciiiatr thr prn vi^m i tff Oils Krvnlulinn Srrtlon 1T hal all rrsolulions ni pails thrrrof in af inrh aertion. paraxrapk clause or provismn shall in no wav affect anv rrmaining provismns of this KtHnlution SecllOD 14 That for Ibe purpoaea of tbe notices to be given aft directed herebv this resntution whrn prr t rdrd hv thr vvnrds Nolirr of Hrar ing shall br ronsidrred as said aoticr and shall he mailed pfisted and publihhrd as direrird herein r\^^D SK.NKD AND APrHOVtp THfs 6TH D4^ Of JANI ARV |9:S hv Ihr fnlowing roll rail votr \OTIN(. \\h Di.k Stewart rur Olaguc ( arltnn lawicnce John I J.ffrrv \OTIN(, NAV Nonr \HsFNT lorin t Hilliams l (•rivrvirvr H Harper (ilv ('Irrk Hv Ihirnthv \ \ondrnhrink. Asst H Jan l 23 l7S NOTK E ( HEARINI, RES(U.l TION Nti 440 RISOI I TION Of THI ( ITY (01 N( II Of THI < IT^ (tf HLNDLRSONCI ARh (01 NT\ N M A D \ M A h 1 N (. \ PROMSKINM ORDf K TO THf M ^ H T THAT AN MM THK %l PKocal Improvement Dtstrirl No 741 That rertain area wiihin the Cliv of Hendrrson houndrd hv Ihr follow ing public strrrls turora Drive on thr norlb. Prros Road on thr rast. Ivanpah Drlvr. on the south and Eavtern Avenue, on thr west and within that area inrluding prop rrlies fronting on the follnwing streets Belmont Drive. < andrlaria Drive. Delano Drive Rirhmar Avenue. § • dgrmnnt Dnvr l*alrna Drivr llandin Dnvr f let( her Koad. f.oldhlll Road. lonr Ruad Jrsvtip Road Kineslnn Roao I ridvillr Road and Manhaltan Road MHIKI AS thr I nginrrr on thr 6lh dav of Januars I97S filrd at thr ofTii e of the ( Irrk of sjid ( Hv in Counril of the ( itv of Henderson Nrvada DOTS Hf RT B> TIND RfSOl V T DTlt RMINT AND PROYISION Al 1 Y ORDER As EOLLOIA s Srrtinn I That said plans aaaess mcnt plal prrliminar* rslimales and all ntbrr matters so Tiled with thr ( Itv (Irrk arr satisfactor> in all respects Sertion 'J That the rlecirir al pro ircl within thr arra as drsrrihed in tbr rrrital> hrrrof shall b*arquirrd rfod iniprnvrd s^id proirrt Itrmc dcMUbi'd aa fol]q>. (^'^iJLi • ilRiwl im i U li pli M iiil w i> plaav^w on nir in tbr iifTicr nf thr I n\ (Irrk thr I hararler of vu< h imprnvrrm^ls shall h mnrr partKularlv desrrihed as installation of So :; fi AM R rahle on thrrr smglr phasr hrarkris and Sf^foot bigb C lass II grav polrx also Nn 4 AS< R rahlr on 4j font hich grav poles and olhrr locidrnlal con structton as nrcessars to complete thr work 1 pon fomplrlinn said improvrmi nts shall hr turnrd ovrr In Nevada Pnwrr Companv for Usr in dtstnhuling r|ri tin al rnergs to proprrtM-h wiihin local Improvr mrnt District No 741 undrr applic ahIr rul s and rrgutations of the Puhlir Srrv H r ( ommission of the stair of Nrvada srction 3 That ihr amount to hr assrssrd acainsi rarh parrrl or trac t of land w iihin tbe District shall hrar the samr ratio to thr urial assesaabtr amount as thr par^j^^rr^ hears to Ihr total assrssablr ^Pa The asM-ss ahIr arra of a partrl hrrrin callrd parrrl area, fur tht purposr flfffi\ inc asaesswietiU in this Divfritt shall inrludr tbe arra wiihin. and tulhf rrnirr of thr strrrt rasrmrnts surrnundtne the various pan ris, hut shall not ini ludr the arra w nhin thr neht of wav for state llighwav Routr 41 nor within thr right-of wav for thr Amargosa \allev (ooprra live Inc LIH kv power linr Thr pnr lion of Ihr rost lohr assrssrd against AnA thr masimum amount of spenal henrfits esiiinalrd tn hr i onfrrrrd upon each piere nr parcel of proprrtv ^hall hr a^ follows Tnial rviimjird prniefi cost $9? I?0IM1 Assrssfnrnts In hr levied mav h substantial l equal annual insullmrnls nf prinr i pal Thr rair of intrrrst upon unpaid installments nf assrvsmrnts shall not rsrrrd nmr prnrnl i9'. t per annum, and penailies shall he col Irrtrd upon drllnqurnl pavmrnts at Ihr rate of I', prr month H'ilbiD thr lolal rstimatrd project rost Is an amount of sitls-three thousand srvrn hundrrd dollars ($63 7001 all or anv part of whir h may br rrfunded to thr ( iiv under certain conditions ronlained in an agree men! lo be enlerrd into hriween thr (Itv of Henderson and Nrvada Power ( ompanv Said rrfunds arr required lo hr madr b said Nrvada Power (ompanv under rxisimg rulrs and rrculations of said PublK srrvirr < ommission of Ihr stair of Nrvada Hhrreas ihr refunds arr due and will hr paid to thr ( Ilv whrn a ser virr ronnrclion Is niadr in nnr per nianrni building on anv assrssahir parirl within Irn ilOi vrars of tbr dair rlrdrical service is first avail able within Ihe District the (Itv will credit (he individual parrrl in Ihe amount if thr rrfund rereivrd as a result of a serv irr connection nn that parrrl Said rrrdit shall hr applied In Ihe aasessment as a prepavmeni without penaltv eicept in Ihe caae of a parcel on which tbe total assesft mrni has been paid In whirh casr thf amount will he paid to thr owner of thr parcel as an ovcrpavment of assrssmrnl aft desrribed in N'RS Section 4 The area romprising said propertv to be improvrd and lo br assrssrd shall br designaUd as llrndeffton Nevada Local Improvemrnt Diftlrict No 741 Srction 5 On Mondav Ihr Ird dav of f ebruar> 1975 at 7 00 p m al tbe ( ounril Chambrrs at Ihe ( ilv Hall inthe( llvofHeadersnn Nevada the ( ouncll will convider Ihe ordering of thr prapa^ed project and hear all < omplalnlft protests and ohjeelinns 1 hal mav be madr in writing and filed as brreafler provided or vrrhallv al iheheartng ranrerningthe same hv Ihe owners of any tract lobe an^essed or any prran inlri '•std The ow ners af thr propertv to br assessed or anv Other persona Inlerealed therein mav apprar before the (ouncll and advisahilitv ot srquiring ihe prn)r' i provisionatlv ordered as In thr estimated t. osi thereof and l thr amount thrreof to be atsessrd againsi rarh trart in the District Srction 6 Twrnty tZOt davft notice in writing of suth lime and plair shall be given hv the I ily ( erk to the last known ownrr or owsrrv of rarh irart lo br a'srssrd or othrr drsignated persons which shaft hr srrvrd hv mailing a copv of surh noth r postage prrpaid. asf>rstrlass mail to each of sue h proprrtv i>wn rrs thr namrs and addrrssrs nf whirh shall hr ohtalnrd from thr rri nrds of the ( ounlv Assessor or from such other source or sourrras the ( Irrk deems rrliahir Drp(vii shall br madr in Ihr I nitrd stair* mail al Irast twrnlv i?0> davs prior to thr datr of Ihr brartng NntH r shall also hr givrn hv pnsitn in thrrr puhlir placrs at oi nrar thr siir rjf thr prnposrd projrrt at Irast twrnlv i?Oi da\s prior to said hrar mg f*rnnf of sue h mailing and posting sh^lt hr madr hv affidavit of thr ( itv i Irrk. such proof lo he kept on file with the ( Itv ( lerk Srt tion 7 Nt'licr nf Ihr timr and plar of such braring stiall also hr gtvrn h* public aiinn in thr Hrnd-r son Homr News a n'-wspaprr puh lishrd in Henderson Nrvada and of grnrral circulation in Ihe ( itv nf Hrndrrson oner a wrrk fir Ibrrr ronsr* littvr wrrks hv ihrrr wrrklv insrrlions thr firvi puhlir tion to h# at Irast fiftrrn 115) davs prior to ihr datr of the drsignatrit hraririg N.ii Irss than four tern br hrld at thr timr and plair drsrrihed in vn lion U hrrrof thr I Itv ( ounril will ( onsidrr tbr nrdrr ing of thr proposrd projrrt and hrar all romplainls prnlesis .nd nhjrr tions thai mav be made in writing and Tiled with Ih* ( itv ( Urk at least ihrrr '^i d s pr mr In Ihr timr s ( fnr Ihe hearing or vrrhalU ni the hrarini; tomerningtb* sam*hv ihr nwner of anv it at I to he assrssrd nr anv prrson inirrrvird Thr nwnrr^ of Ihr prop* ru to hr as.rvrd or ane othrr prrson inlerrstrd ihrrrm mav apprar hrforr thr ( iiv ( nuoc it and hr heard as to the propririv and ailvisahititv of acquiring and improving surh pro|rri as to thr rsiimated cost thrrrf and as to Ihf amount thrrr of lo hr assrssrd against rach IracI in Ihr Inral ImpravemrntDisiin i \ny pJ^'ip^'i^' nwnri or intrrrsird prrson wishin-jlo makr protrst or oh|rrt|on n:v mak* ^U4 h protrst ni i.b^catinn in, writing at Ihr officr of the ( ilv ( If rk at Irasi thrrr i3'davs before th* timr srt for such hraring On thr datr and at the placr rued for su< h hrarine anv and all proprrtv ownrrs intrrrsird In surh prnjrrt mav hv writlrn complaint protrst or ohjrr lion prrsrnt th* ir v irv*s in rrsperi to Ihr proposrd prn|r<: lo thr ( its ( ounnl or prntrsi thrm oraliv ^nd Ihe ( Its ( nun< il ma adjourn tbr hraring from timr t tim* Anv per son filing a writtrn complaint pro test or ohjrction as providrd in Nrvada Rrvisrd siaiulcs ( haptrr ;'7l shall havr thr neht wilhin sutv iftO'dav'^ aftrr thr < ounril has r*naMv passed nn sue h romplaint pr|rsi nr objection hv Rrsnlution or Ordi name pursuant In said < h^iptrr ?" I nf Ihr Nrvada Rrvis*d s.t^tuirs to rnrnme^irr an action nr son m anv rntM I *{ ffoinpri' nt >urisdie imn i >. I orrr 1 nr st t asirti surh rii urmina Ufw hut Iheasraftrr aD'arlion*' or^ suits altarkinc Ihr validllv nl thr procredincs and thr amnunis nf thr hrnrfits shall h' prrprtuallv harrrd Thr drsrriptinns nf thr irar is to br asvssrd th* masimum amount nf brnr Tits rstimatrd lohr ronfi rrrdnn rarh such trart and all prnrerdmes in thr premises arr on filr and can hr src n and riaminrri al Ihr nfCl* e of lb*< U ( Irrk during husinrss hours at anv iimr bv anv prrsonso inlrrrsted Srttion 9 If within ihr itmr specified hrrein complaints pro trsis and nstran< rs a;:ainst arquirinc or imprnvint: ihe projrc i proposrd hv initiaiion of tbr govrrn ing bodv shall hr filrd with thr (Irrk si^nrd bv thr owmrs nf thr tracts ronsiitiiiine majorilv of thr lots or othrr ha.|s fnr cnmputalion nf ate*snrnls as thr rasr ma* he nf ihe lra< Is to h assr-sf rt the pro I* f 1 sh^ll nn| hf arguirrd nr improved Regardless of the basis usrd for appnriioninc assessmrnis in I as*'s of wedge \ or othrr irrrcularlv shaprd Irarts an^ aotnuni appnrtinnrd ihrrrin shall hr in priptrtion tn th** special hrnrfits therehv drrivrd sriinn l That all a.This rrprairr shall noi he innsirurd ti revive anv resolution or part of anv resolution herrtnfnrr rrpraird Srriion II Thai if anv srrtioo paragraph i lausr or provision nf this Rrsoluiion shall for anv i* asnn h* held In he invalid or unenforcr able the invaliditv or unrnforcrahil Its of surb'*rrltnn paractaph clauae nr prasisinns .h.cll m no was aff*rt anv remaining provision of Ihfl Bmolutlon Portion U Thai for thr purposes of tbr nolK rs In hr gIvrn as direi Irit herrhv. ihis tcsoluiion whrn prr ceded bv tbr words Nitlirr of Hrar ing' shall hi ronsiiirrrd as said notirr ani\ shall hr mail*-d postrrt and published as din 'trd h* inn PASSf D hll.NI D AND APPR(\|:D THIS 6ih DA^ OT JANI ARY 1975 hv thr following roll call votr AOTINI. AYT ( ru; M Olagur Dick sirwarl John F Jeffrrv < ar Iton Lawrence VOTIM. NAY None ABSENT Urin I MHlianis Randy Rollins In Western Pacific Marine PVT. Rnd.> f.. Rollins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dec R. Ciark of 2hS ( ina, Henderson, has lefl Okinawa nn a deplatmcnt in thv Wcsicrn Pacific area as a memher of the 2nd Hallalion, 4lh Marine Renimenl. The hallalion. cmharked ahoard ships of ihe L.S. Sexenlh Heel, uill conduct amphibious traininn exercises in ihe Fhillipine Islands. LEGAL NOTICES Hrndrrson Homr Nrws Page 8 llrnderiion. Nevada Thursday, January 23, 1975 In Ihr ( iKhlh Judicial I>llil< t ( nurl nf Ihr Slur of Sr4a In and far Ihr ( niinlv af Clark MUn JVS II) ?JPM 7S lORrrt* BOHH*S rlrrh B. IMtROTHrA RASQt I Civ V AUSMi J\MKSW FASTORMS PUinlilT Corbridge I-nllowing basic Iraining, he'll he assigned for Goes Technical Training a a Telephone Equipment InAir Force sUUcr Kepainnan. Jerr> is the son of Mrs. Jcrrv D. CorhridRc reJcan CorhridRe from HenceniK enlisted in Ihe Air der*on. He attended Vo Force and is currentU atTech High School and lending a si neek orienreceixed his diploma in tation course at lackland 1Q7^. Air Force Base, San An•"nio, Texas. His iraininK there Mill indude: Customs and Courtesies of the Air Force. Drill and Cermonies, Militar> Lan, ihe Air Force Career System. Human Relalionh. and l'h\sital Conditioning. LEGAL NOTICES la tkr f Ighth Judlrial Ditlrin ( oun el thr Siair of sirvada. In and tut Ibr CauBly af Clark Mi.rn •TT S BOM MAN n\ lispt.SEVERE m. LEGAL NOTICES im rrut M niaf vr CRIV M ni Al.l I M>ar ATTISl r,rlirvir\r H Harpri < ll> I 1,-rk Rt l>ralk> A Voadrnbrink. AM H Jan u :i If:;. "7say you care (j^^ \/ II RKRVK I PSxTORH s It^frndaTil • IRDI.R lOR PI Rl l< ATION Ot M ^^M(l^^ RISItllM • t SkSOWNi IPOS Rf \r>INl. Ibr afTittiMl nf Pla*n*i*T vn nir hrrrin it •.ativfartnnl% tfpprar, (n thr t nurt Ihrrrfr nm • hit a rau>f of ar tin for diwirir rii^lv in favor nf thr PUlntifT and giin*l Ihr Drfrndinl thai ihi\ Milton *^ dulv 4nd rrgutarit mm mrni rd Januart 3 l^T.'i b, thtriitiiK af a trrlflrd ntrnpljint in thr ifTirr of Ihr rirrk uf ihit ( oun in>l thr dur and rrKVl'i t^suanrr nf ^ummon^ Ihrri^Tt dirrrtrd tn thr [>rfrndani that thr Orfrndant i a nrrrti>ar and pcoyu yant 10 thia artion aa4 |hjl prr^onal *rr\irr nf prrx rs can hot hr had nn Ihr drfrndani in Ibr t>[atr nf S*,ada f"r thr rra%nn hrrrtnaftr r vtatrd ITflRTHIR \PPf ARINf, from Ihr paprr^ plradinxs and fllr* brrrin thai tbr r>rfrBdni on or ahnot Ihr ;6lh dat of Orrrmbrr l**4 rrvldrd nut of ihr Mlr of Srtadaind at thr fellow inx addrr<>s ]ft4 R livh^hrrl I'orl Rirhirdvnn Snrhnrifr U>ka itlSOtt that said d^ir i.ilir UirMdauihalDr-frnHant rr-idrd thrrr tn Ihr kanulrd|{r nf • ffiani that vaid plarr iv tbr la^t plarrinwblrhOrfrndantrr^ldrdtn Ihr LnoMlrdgr nf thl^ afTlant that irfrnrijni no Innvrr rr^idrs at -ur h plarr that afTtant dnr nnt knnu thr prr.rnl plar' nf rraldrnrr nf I>rfrn ^ATil nr Hhrrr ftrfrndant n\\ hr h'Bm* and that afTiani dr, nnt knnm and ba^nr.rr hrrn informrd and ha. n rrann In htitr%r thai OrfrndaDl arra'rriir tn tbr Sutr of Nr\ada sow THI RIKIKI IT !>. HI R> R^ l RMIIhal Sumnanni. in this artinn br \rrrd nn tbr I>rfrn dani hrrrin namrd b% puhliratmn thrri of in tbr Hrndrrson Homr Nr**. a nrwspaprr of j^rnr*-kl < irt II u;ton puhlivhr-d Tur A Thur at Brnrfrrsnn t lark tnuntv Nrt ada hrrrh\ drikiKnalrd a*> tbr nrwvpaprr mmn likrl< la (it, notirr of Ihr prn drorx of thl* artton In the rirfrn dant. that said puhliration hr madr fnr a prrind nl four innsrrutivr wrrbv and ai l(at onrr rarb rrk fnr vaid prriod of timr IT IS It RTHI R ORriRM) that a rnpv of thr ( ninpUint attar brd to a rnp, r,f Ihr *sufr>mont :n this ar tion hr forthwith drpniird in a sraird mtrlopr in Ihr PnH Offirr in thr Citt 'tf I av \ raas. < nuntt of ( lark. Slat' nf Srtada wilb paatacr prr paid dirrrird ti< th, lirfrndanl II A RIRNKf P^-sTORIt S 104 R lishwht-rl lort Rtrharvon Anrhni afir 4lask 99.sn:) hrr la^l known addrriit and plarr of rraldrnrr It\TII> \SprOSI atlasVrnar. ( lark ( nurit Nrvadi Ibis inda> of Januart I9T5 J ( HARI I^THn^irsos Distf irl Jud(r PRIP\RHiR\ III SMS n H S I > PROI ISSIIIN \| inRPOR^TIOS ITI Rt IS. HI SSIs R H\Nll IHSMS R H*M> M Jan III ?1 .10 frb C 13 1*75 I>K ZC 174 APri II ATION KR PI RM|ss|(.s Tfi < HANUL Hit POINT • l>l%Rs|OS tlASS^R or I S AM' VI \( I Of I SI or THI pi Bl II W \TI Rs Of THI ST ATI (II SI V Al> t HI KITtllORI APPROPRIATID \ppllralla Sin IRRM SOTirC Is HKJICRV c;ivr> that ;nti llw tod d5 nf KrrrBbrf 174 "l 1\>ra \al|rt WitrrOlslrlrt a rjuasi niiirtH ipal r nrpiiratinn rtf l.as \riuk. Nrvada madr aRPli*'tir>n In Ihr sialr toKinrri ol Nrvada foi prrmivtioii tn rhanfr Ihr pninl nf ditrrsu'ti mannr r of uvr and plarr nf uvr nf :.* OOr I* nf walrf hr rrloforr acpiiiptiaird undrr prrmli l7&n I rrlf\ralr TiTlO Hairr will br divrrird fram an undrrt;roiind vnun-r al a nr* point Imal.d within thr ST', nf ihr M nf Sr. nan •,•! 1 .'fis R HOI M It H A H ar al a print Irnm whirh thr M nirnri of hald sri-tinn7l hrars S Ml•-' • ; 07 K. a divlanrr of • >"!>> I'-' f-rl Wairr will br usrd Inr Muniripal Nuppit and ltninrtir purpoart from Janwan Ui lo Orrrnkrr i\\l af rarh rat Tbr raikiini point of ditrrilon is fmm aNundrrnroundavurrr loratrd Wllliin thr SI ', nf Ibr NM '. if Srr lion Il.T IO.S R2l...ll.UB*^ nr al a point from whirklkr S'a rarnrr of said Srrtlon 21 brafv \ 77 MI a distanrr of S14 frrt Main wat usrd for tluaiii Muniripal pur pnsrs from Jaopar) lal *" rkrrrmbri 3 lal of rarh yrar Mcnrd IS Roland II Hrvirrtard RIM ASH n Mr.sTi:iCAU> r stair l.nt^lnrrr Pair nfnrtl puhliration Jan I IR75 l>alr nflatt puhliration Jin M lff7S H Jan : • l -Ea 10 Itti In Ihr lifhtb Judinal Dlttrirt I nun of thr Stair af Savada In and Inr tbr f ouDl> of t lark 50 AllZtO] riUABfTH AKS Stilus PlalnllfT Vft T( l^^ f{ I iiR Miii.s Drfrndani SIMMONS THK STATE OF NEVAnA SESDs I.RIKTISf.s TO THK ABOVE NAMID DIMSDANT > ou arr hrrrbt ummr plainllfrv attornrt whnsr addrrsv is 725 lat Rridfrr Atrnur las\r|av Nrtadain anvwrr to thr ( omplaiot whirh is brrriih vrrvrd upno tou within 70 daw aftrr srrtirr af thli Summona apontnu rarluvfvr of Ibr dat of vrrvlcr If tnu fail to dn so ludgmrttt kt drfauli will hr takra against tou fnr thr rrlirf drmandrd tn Ibr t om VIAIDI This i. an artion brouiht bt Plain iifTaiainsi r>rfrndaBi todisvolvr tbr bondv nf matrimont noa and hrrrtoforr rxistini hrtwrrn thrm as ran hr morr fulls srrn in tkr trrlfird ( omplatnl no fllr hrrrin msTRintol RT sE\| KiRI TTAROHMAN (Irrkoffnun Rt livn* SIvrRE Drputt < Irrk DATE Mat l7J H Jan l ?3 30 frh 11 I:i rtK 7R irt APPl l( T|OV I OR PRM|ss|i,s Tn < IMSf.l THI Pi|ST HI niMR-ION AMI M\SSIRli| I vf iif \ PORTION 01 THI PI Bl l< W ATI Rs I'l THI ST AT I OI SI^AHA HERRLTuroRI APPROPRIATED Appllr alinn So ;MII* SOTK I Is HIRIRA (.l\|N Ihal fn thr Jnd dat nf (ircrmhrr H74 las \riias Aallrt WaIrr Distnrt a (juasi munir ipal rorpnratlnn nf l.as \reas Sr%ada madr appliratmn tn thr stair I ntinrrrwf Nriadifor prr missinntorhanKrthrpntnlnfditrr Sinn and mann* r nf usr ff I nn r f s a pr>rtlnn nf thr watrr hrrrtnfnrr apprnpriatrd undrr Prrmli 771W Hait-r will br ditrrird from an undrrgrnund sourrr al a nrw point Inraird wilhin thr M nf ihr SI nfVrlinnil T7ns Rsnl MIIR AM or al a point from wbirh thr 51 rnrnrr nf said Srclioa 21 brars S HO ?: • 07 I a disunr I nf STf. 12 frrt Ualrr will hr usrd fnr Munirl pal Supplt and BoMrvtir pirrpnva-s froB Januart lal to tV-i rmhrr .list of rai h vrar Thr rvitiinj pnint nf ditrrsion i frnm an undrrcrnund sourrr loratrd within Ihr SW'. of thr sW, nf Sr-r linn 34 T 20S R (Mil M |i R 4 M nr at a point from whirh thr SH cnrnrr nf said ttrrtinn 34 brars s JM* 5 Hrstrrcard ROI AMI II Wf STI R(, ARH n stair I nsinrrr Datr nf first puhlli atlon Jan 7 147!, Datr nflavl publiratton Jan 3 l*7S H Jan 7 > l 73 30 lff7i DIf 7S 19:4 APPl.K ATIOS loR PERMISMOS TO < HASCI THI POINT Of niVFRsios ASH MANSIR (11 I s| 01 THI PCRI l> H ATI Rs III THI SI XTI (II M \ Alt \ HIRITOIORl APPROPRIATII) Appliraiinn Sn into SOTK I is HIRIB3 r,f\TN that an fr ?nd dat of Prrrmhrr. I74 l^ Vrgas \allrt Hatrt lllvtrirl a quasi munir ipal inrpnratlnn of |.as \ rgas Srtada niadr applli ation In Ihr Matr I nginrri af Nrtada for firrmission In rhangr thr' point nf ditrrsinn and mannrr of usr nf (I 40 r fs of watrr brrrtofnrr approp riatrd undrr Prrmil :7IM Uatrr will hr divrrtrd frnm an undrrground sourrr al a nrw point loratrd within Ihr RiES of Ibr SI •, of s,(iion 21 T 2CS ROI M II B AM or at a point from whirh Ihr SI rnrnrr of nald Srrtion 71 hrars S • • M:2 I adiatanrr of 004 frrt Hatrr will hr u>rd for Munii 1 pal Suppit and Dnmrsiir purpnsrs from Januart lal to Drrembrr 31ftt nf rarb vrar Thr raiviing point of ditrrda* ••> from an undrrground vourrr loratrd within Ibr SM', of tbr SWS of hrr lion 34 T ms R ME M II B AM or al a point from which tkr ^M roraar of aaid Srriian 14 krarw b It* Ml 43 M a divtanrr of 7*1 12 Im Watrr was uvrd for Quasi MnnlrIpal and flomrslll purpnsrv frnni Januarv lt to Itrrrmbrr 3lfitt,irarb vr Sifnrd IS' Roland I) Wrsirrlard ROLAND V HESTERCARD. PE Stair Enginrrr natr of firvl puhliration Jan ? IIPTS Datr of lait puhliration Jan SO tt7!> H Jan : l( 23 30 1*75 NO JMl IN THI M ATTER OF THE ESTATE Of El I.A BEAVERS, Drrrivrd NOn^TO rRFI>ITOR.S iTbrrr Slootbv No Ibr abotr rntitird Tovrt on Ihr 3rd day of Jaauan It7i. as lirrutorv of tkr rviair of El LA BEA\ERS drcravrd All rrrdllorv having rlaimt againvt said rvuir arr rrquirrd ta fllr tbr *amr witb tbr proprr touchrrv attar hrd with thr (Irrk of thr Court within ihrrr month* aftrr tkr Tirvt publiratioB of tbiv notirr Daird Januarv 3 A II ItTS • M Rot Haltrr Bratrrt Ro MAI TIRRFAArER-s IV Marrrl Ir Mrvorr MAR/IIII MOORE isiKrolJ Dao Attornrt fnr thr Fvtatr MNT J DAWt^S rsQ M3Walrr strrat Hrsderton. Nrvada UMli H Jan 9 ] 23. 3* I7S DEC t* \r.4 APPLICATION lOR PIRMISSION' TO (HASOI THI POINT OF DI\fRS|ON ASPMANNIROF I s| 01 THI r BI.K ATI R.S OF THI STATI 01 N|\ADA HIRITOIORl APPROPRIATED App4iralioB No 2Wg7 NflTlCE IS HIRIBV f.lVI.S that OB tkr Ind das of Drrrmbrr 1*74, IJS A rgas \allrt Watrr DIatrIrt a quaM miiDKipal rorporatlon of La a Argat Srtada madr appliratloB la thr stair Inginrrr of Nrvada for prrmisvion to rhaogr thr point 9f ditrrsion and mannrr nf uar rf U rfs af wairr brrrtofnrr appropriaird UBdrr Prrait Z7IM Watrr will hr divrrtrd from aa undrrground ftourrr at a nrw point loratrd within thr NI >. of tbr NEt, ofSr-rtion;! T 70s R Ml MDB AM or al a point from whlrb tbr NI rornrr of said SrrtloB 71 brart N 027 07 E a dlkunrr of 57( 12 frrt Hairr will br u>rd for Muniri fial Supplv and Domrvtir purpoarv from Januart Ut to Itrrrmbrr 3Ut nf rarb vrar Tbr rusting point of divrraloB a from an undrrground sourer loratrd within thr SWt. of tbr SW-. of Vr lion 34 T 70S R ol M D B AM or at a point from whirh thr SU rornrr of saidsrr-tinn 34brarv S 14-&• 43 a dlstanrr nf 7*7 12 frt atr wat uvrd for Qsavi Munirpal and Domrtiir purposrs frnm Jaauarsi lal 10 Drrrmbrr 3lt of rarb vrar /titnrd IS Roland D Wrsurgard ROUAND D HtsTERO ARD P E Stair IngiBrrr Datr of firsi puhhralinn Jan 7 1*7S Datr of last publication Jan 30 l(7& H Jan 2 • Id 3 ItTS In Thr Elfbtk Judlrial DIatrlri Coun Of Thr suu of SrvBda In and Far tkr Conaty of Out ( \s| NO A 1312*4 IRIDRK H MOLL Plainiiff. *v NEVADA TO! NC AMERICAN HOMES ISr a Srtada rorporMla*. and DOES I ikroufk X Drfrndantk SOTK E n> LIEN CLAIMANTS TO APrrAH A'TP rXHIBIT PROOF U* TUMRLIEMh TO All PI RSONS HOl.PISf, MECHANIfs iirSfS I PON THE IROPIRT^ 01 SEA ADA VOl-NG AMERK ANJIOHEb INC All prraoBrbaldlng ar rlalalBR lirni gpoa Iko fallaning proporty to wii Lolv SI lU. M (3 M and t> of Anrricaa VUlagr I nil Na 2 rrrordrd in Book \i af Plata Pagr St and Amrndrd In Book 14 of PlalPagr I* in tbr omrr of tbr < ountt Rrrordrr of ( lark < ouBtv. Nrvada iRd brtaga prailan of Ibr SM '. nf S^TOa* n. Tonaaklp 21 South Raagr nUait M D B 4 M iMi I Ikrnugb 13 of AmrrlrBB VII lagr I nit No 3 rrrordrd la Book l of Plata Pagr *i IB tkr ORIrr of tkr founrt Rrrordrr of Clark < ounlv Nrvada and brlag a par tioo nf tttt SW • of Srrllan 17 Tow naklp Zl Soulb Raofr (Z Caal M D B a M undrr and v tirtur af tkr lawt af thr Stair of Nrvada ralltird Mrrbanlrr (ad Malrrlalmrn a I irav N'RS 1*1 Z21 to la* 2I*S iBtiuaivr. arr krrrb< aotlfird ta Rlr with tlH^CUrk aad arrt7 oa tkr plalaurr and alao oa tkr drtrlltkl atiiuilng Ikrii lirnv logrtkrt witk Ihr daira and amnuntv ikrrrof Tkr atatrmrau ikall kr nird vltkla trn ilti dav> of tkr laal pakllralloa af tkia Sotirr lai Trrrv I. Hr TERRY L HESS tn Laa Vrgaa Boal n ard Saatk Laa Vrgaa Nrvada Rtttl Attornrt for plalntllTi H Jan t I* 23 ItTS II 4

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Henderson Home News and Boulder City News The first liille printpd in Ireland was datfd 1716 John v, 1 4 rejils "sin on morr" in<.tpad of 'sin M.< m<>(f." The mistake was not (uund out until thi' iniprruion of 8,000 copief had hei-n (Irinted and bound. WETRYSOFTBBL Don't be fooled by tocalled cxperig who wiQHt to sclft/ou a high priced ivat&rjcondiiionci^ tluit is nctually noUiliifj more Ihnii a vvnlcr sodciicr. lor r(Mital, service or purtliasG of fiMIty nutojualic units, calI'\YiU CasfMj'. PR to/ei i ondiiioning 735 0902 INFLATION FIGHTER TAX RETURN $ 15.00 SAVE TIME. SAVE MONEY, USE THE MAIL What did It cost to ha\c>our INCOMF TAX RHTl RN prtpared last >car? \\ as il $20.00. S.^O.OO. more? tvcn a simplireturn losts niorithan $20.(>0 on l(>da\ "s market. What about time? ho** mueh lime did >ou spend in >our tax preparers olfii-e? ^^ilh an appointment, Mas it an hour, more? Miihout an appointment, perhaps sexeral hours in his waitinf; room. Time is a \er\ precious commodit). There is simple not enough of il. Wh\ nasle il? I'm going lo show \ou how to save this valuable lime • and mone>, I(H>. Your return Mill be prepared b\ a professional in less time and for less moncv How? B> MAIL. Yes. by mail. Why should >ou ha\e to go to someone's office to complete >our return? All a tax praclioner needs is xour figures. \o\i proxide the figures, b> mail. xe complete xour return from xour figures. You receive a completed ta\_ return from us ready to sign and mail. More than sexentv 1701 oercenl of the returns filed each xear can be cfficienllx handled by mail. Wc xilJ complete these returns for you. at a Iota! cost lo xou of onix $1S.00 Yes. that is correct. Fifteen |$1.S.00] Dollars. Hoxt do MC do this, xou ask? NN'c proxide xou with a qucstionaire. This form contains ail of the questions xour preparcr usuallx asks xou. plus manx more. This form was ccmslructed to proxide us x'ith all of the information necessary to properix complete \our return. You can receive this qucstionaire bx sending Three [S.^.OOi Dollars to: RtTLRNS BY MAIL; 5636 A West Charleston Blxd.; Las Vegas, Nexada 89102. This Thrc |$.1.001 Dollars is credited lo xour loUl cost of Fifteen |$15.tKI| Dollars. Remember the TOTAL COST TO YOlis onlx S15.(K(. This service can be proxided at this price because il is all done b> mail. Our oxerhead is less because ve do nol require unnecessarx emplovees for sh, and xvc do nol need fancy offices. Our efforth are devoted lo good, professional serxice. The Welfare of our client is our primarx goal. Fill in the coupon belox*-. Send $3.00 {which is credited loxard xou total cost of $15.00|, and by return mail xe xtill forxxard your qucstionaire for completion bx xou. Fill in ail information that pertains loxou. Put the completed qucstionaire into an envelope xxiih xour xalance due of Txxcixe |$12.00| Dollars. Mail it back lo us. That's all you have to do. We'll use xour information lo prepare xour return. We'll send your completed return back to us. That's all xou haxc to do. We'll use xour information lo prepare xour return. We'll send xour completed return hack to xou for rexiex^ and signature. You mail the signed cctpv lo the government. Thai's all there is lo it. ^ Fasv, isn't it? Don'l delax. Before it slips xour mind, fill in Remember the total cost is onlx $15.00. he coupon and mail il to us. RETURNS BY MAIL; 5636A WEST CHARLESTON BLVD; LAS VEGAS NAME: CITY STATE ZIP ADDRESS: H B1^ I PRKFFR TO HAVE A FIELD RFPRFSENTATIVE OF YOl R COMPANY COMF TO MY HOMF. I RFALl/F THAI COST WILL BE HIC.HFR* AND Will DEPEND I PON MY OWN INDIVIDIAL RFTl RN. STATE RETl'RNS ran be prepared at an additional cost of Five ($5 00) Dollars Returns needing schedules C, D. E, F. G, R and some schedules should not be prepared by mail. We suggest you request a field representative to come to your home to assist you personally. Check the box on the coupon. Thank you. FAT ISN'T FUNNY ^ Madeleine Jobusen Dear Madeleine: "I read Heat^oven to 350 your column every week degrees Cook zucchini and would like to ^nd mui^hrooms in chicembark on a program to l^^n boullion Drain and control my weight, but "-eserve liquid Mix tuna each time I try to diet the ^'^^^ ^^"^ l^"'"" ^"'^^ Add peas and carrots S SL P to taste Place m small lightly greased baking dish. Place zucchini on top. pour liquid over this Place cheese sprinkled on top of zucchin i Place in oven and bake about 20 minutes. Good. Equals dinner for one including limited vegetable On Jan. 23, at 9*30 am. Welcome Wagon is hav ing Madeleine Johnsen as their guest speaker She will talk on the advantages of controlling your weight and there will be an exciting lo calorie cooking demonstration. We wiil all be looking forward to seeing you at the Teen Center m Boulder City at 9'30am for information call 382-6957 Page 9 Thursday, Januai^ 23, 1975 Black Mountain Ladies minute 1 feel a hunger pang or have to say"no thank you" I feel sorry for myself and decide to start tomorrow. If I was remaining the same weight I would not feel so badly, but each week I seem to be gaining more and more. Please help me ". RJ Dear RJ: You could be gaining weight each week in preparation for that diet that you will finally stick to. Unfor'tunately we are not like camels and cannot store up things and recall them later. We eat, digest and eliminate and It is as simple as that. Why not try a program that will keep you full and satisfied so that you never have a hunger pang. Y'ou may have what IS called an appetite pang ( a desire for a particular thing), but never true hunger Ifyou would like to find out about such a program do call me at 382-6957 and 1 will help you further. Dear Madeleine: "1 have been reading many weight charts and fee! that the weight they have me down for according to my height is too thin for me Since 1 would like to reach goal when I start dieting, I am reluctant to start on a program that sets my goal so low". JL Dear .IL These charts are scientifically formulated and most of the time the goals are too high, not too low One thing we overweights of the world can do is put weight back on again if we find we are too thin I would start losing Thought for today; Have the courage to say '"no"! Have the courage to face the truth Do the right thing because it is right Do it now' W. Clement Stone WEIGHT CONTROL CHEESY TUNA 4 cup thinly sliced raw zucchini v cup chicken boullion dash Italion Seasonings 1 oz minced onion or green onions 5 oz Tuna '4 tsp lemon juice 4-6 finely sliced mushrooms 3 oz carrots and peas cooked or canned (without sugar) 1 oz grated cheese On Jan. 8. 1975 the Black Mountain Ladies Golf Association held a breakfast meeting and had the pleasure of meeting and greeting the next Golf Pro, Doug McMallin golfer. The Black Mountain Ladies Invilaiional will l>e held on Februarx 26, 1975 and promises to be some on Jan. 8, 1975 lop honors *enl lo Jerrv Gardner and Helen BoHser with Dot Wade and Annette Brerelon folloxsjng in second thing xerx special this place. Low gross lop year, with golfers from the honor on Jan. IS, was a lie Doug has had his golf area participating in a full >''h •)! belueen Belly Lou dax of activities. Anderson and Marx Me.Martha Smith captured >tr. Ruth Smith look low tiie Medal of (,olf for Kr'ss with 91. The FebnjDecembcr and the I wo arx meeting will be a man best ball tournament breakfast meeting nn Feb. >, I"7S. experience in many areas, starling with Santa Monica, California. He has also spent lime at the Fl Camino Country Club and at Oceanside and the Dav l0U I.R TONGl'E WKIC.HT EASY l>0 IT YOrR.SKI,f INSTAI.LATIOS OR INSTAI I.ATiON AVAILABLt: • I rHROME LIGHTS AND ALL NECESSARY HARDWARE INCLl'DED. WITH THIS COUPON Chrome S70. White S35 Reg. S80. Reg. $40. G OUAIITT PRODUaS AT RUSONAIIE PlbCIS ELFORD PRODUCTS CO. 3308 MEADE AVE. 876-3552 ittte THE COMWUNITY'S NEWSPAPER Bould ews HOME or HOOVE! DAM *' DaKctug/ .,4\ FRI. & SAT. ^ ^ music music music 1% Nonchalonts Bill Hintz on Fri. on Sot. HERB'S vv'' 533 AVE. B 293-1559 /^ • ^nma^Sh^ SPORT SHIRTS OM ( w OM otour tiiT roion t rirnnn Y* um loac sufvi rvtlUIS TO JiTOO N0W5Q MfNS SPORT SHIRTS 100-. (Ono lUIMl TWO nxKTi 10*0 kiivi He M M I W 10 SWEAT SHIRTS VClOWl S't •(0"0 rcuoil Mm HMU' Mm. Ml' iiowii u:n) M 1 II • K U 3S NOW $5 49 NOW ONLY $3 88 COMPLETE STOCK MEN'S WINTER JACKETS & CPO JACKETS 1/3 off COMPLETE STOCK BOY'S WINTER JACKHS 1/3 off '^ M.WV OTHKR SPFXI.VLS THKOl GHOIT THE STORE MCNS DOUBU KNn JEANS & SLACKS ONi OROUP t*oiN si;is VAtUIS TO i70 00 50 r. COMPLETE STOCK MEN'S % BOY'S SWEATERS 50% OFF THERMAL UNDERWEAR 100'. (OHM on poirisin t conw IliM VALUES TO $4.39 NOW ONLY 88 $2 lOT S HOOIMD SWEAT SHIRTS )0-. lOMI 10 (OTIM lfiii iiOHi TWO fwmn (DIMS MVT nc inma tins I !• I ni t) 'c •• w't "0* $3.99 •w* $4.69 {NTIRI STOCK DOUBU KNIT SPORT COATS •ftOKEN SIZES VthMt to i66.00 no VKUI oiMti itiitn vn HKI itinuTKM iini NOW 30 % OFF 1 GROUP FAMOUS MAKER BOY'S JEANS BROKEN SIZES 50% SHIRT JACKETS •OY S ( P 0 MM llllig lltT PltMl still I It II U. It. II mw iM iifit imiMKIK sii to NOW • $ 12.00 $8.00 N -A.

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OuMionttilt f^ Qood Henderson Home News and Boulder City News page JQ Thursday, January 23, 1975 10 TEE OLB BATSII play of flowers here in the spring that has been witnessed in ten years By Rae Von Dornum FIVE YEAILS AGO Jan. 20-22 1970 Sgt. Tommy W Thompson HPD was selected as instructor of the new Henderson Boulder City traffic survival school, it was announced by the Nevada Safety Council. Dan Taylor. Henderson agent for State Farm Insurance was named insurance instructor for the school. PALM IMEMORIAL PARK •EVEHYTHINO IN ONE PIACE" • CHAPEL • CEMETERY • MORTUARY • MAUSOLEUM The Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3848 extended an invitation to all Vietnam veterans in the area to attend a free buffet and beer treat at the Basic Post clubhouse on Jan. 24 Gail D. Armstrong, post adjutant, said the event was designed to give returning veterans an opportunity to meet their friends and become acquainted with the Post and what it has to offer. PhM: SM-ISIt 100 Beuldar Highway. HntfrM ^iffiam cS. cSiupa IV. J^andalf SOH VtNOE LAS VISAS NfV*OA StlOl Tl>.>r>i( <701i 369 2817 The Serv ice Club held an installation luncheon meeting at the home of Mrs. Harold Miller, assisted by her slate of retiring officers. Installed were: Mrs. Bruce Jones, president, Natalie Wilke, first vice president. Barbara Garvey. second vice pros ident; Ann Wheat, recording secretary. Lou Anne McGlothlin, corresponding secretary; and Beatrice Wheelock. treasurer. Senator Howard Cannon w as guest speaker at the installation dinner of the Boulder City Chamber of Commerce GA Curly Smith was installed as president. f 7 ^ INDIAN SILVER SMITHS SOUASVtCASBiVD so PvBot.-p.'iP'. 1J. I HOUHSMON SAT 8 b 382-6618 Jack W Warren, one of the original construction workers on the big BMI complex, retired from StaufferChemw*! -4'.'RS iHirB; 4JCHARC"^\S[R' BOTH ARE WDIAN SILVER SMfTHS ''EN YEARS AGO Jan. \9n\. IMO Twenty three guests, includinga delegation of Rotarians and Rotary Annes, headed by Rotary President Ralph Purdy, attended the meeting of Henderson Toastmis tress Club in the lounge at the Bank of Las Vegas Club members, who believed the Rotarians had come to speak for the return of their bell and ^avel. were some* • > • • ^ Suddenly Las Vegas is a whole new ballgame. It s jai aiai — tne fastest game m the A^orid At the only hotel m the world with its own)ai aiai fronton Nightly except Monday Pan-nnutuel betting First game at 7 30 Box office opens at noon for loge and box seat reservations Call 739-4682. NOW tVtlLABLEI SPECIAL GUEST BOONS 25 Admissions'50i 12 Admissions '25 01 SlU OMIT • Mti Jll lUI 101 OFFICE I nut Til rill Til • • w • £OU CLUit MGIAGMrOHOTEL what'surprised when Purdy called on Chief of Police George Cnsler to arrest Ellen Shirley for theft of the Rotary property and Jay Bafstad. manager of the Bank of Las Vegas for'possession of stolen property, and they were booked into the local jail. All but two of the Rotarians participated in the Club's impromptu table topics which were based on "The Four Way Test. • Guests included Walt Magelsscn, Frank Morrell. Art and Maryon Herbert, Ralph Purdy, Chief Crisler, John and Lillian Vander Laan, Jan Staggs. Artie Cannon. John and Mary Dooley, Billie Bates, Ed Thalmeyer. Dallas Prosser, Paula Saragosa, Gloria Castlcberry, Gara Merrell. Sue Thalmage. Irene Bossard, Jay Bagstad and Deveda Bradlev. Gov. Grant Sawyer proposed expanding a planned federal Job Corps Camp in Ormsby County from 100 to 200 youths to allow them to help develop state park land at Lake Tahoe Also, in a meeting with Job Corps Consultant Mike O'Callaghan. Sawder suggested that a canrp be established in Lincoln County. duction set for Friday Gleason, Linda Madsen. earnedhere was spent in evening at the Townsite Dorothy Ayers, Madelon Las Vegas. He pointed Sullivan, Carol Turout to local businessmen nbeaugh, and Kitty Walthat 50 healthy business ters. places here might be better than 200 struggling Elementary School Auditorium at 817. The show, under the direction of .Marion Demidoff IS a benefit for the Charioteers and features a cast of 200 local residents and is said to be as hilarious as was last year's production Featured in the Sailor's Chorus were: Midge Littlefield. Juanita Craft, Merianis Larkin. Judy Broyles. Linda Knowlton. Linda Somerton, Connie The population, within thecity limits was 11,760 according to a survey made by M S Malik, municipal expert, and reported to the Chamber ones. The parking meters were back in operation and everyone was ,rn u i:i j unhappy about them. of Commerce Malik said *^*^ Ashbaugh pined that "it can happen to anybody." • V'ou buy something and find out you don't need It but you have to pay for It anyway whether it's a city or an individual his report also showed a very high average income here of approximately $45,000 annu ally His report also revealed that more than half of all the monev Saura Carrado was first place winner in the Lydia Malcolm Tournament at Black Mountain Golf Club; Dorothy Perrywas second and Gen Knobbs, third TWENTY YEARS AGO Jan. lg-20, 1955 The old Home News office was moved from Its location at 147 Water St to Victory Village and was able to use the same house numbers as it became 147 McCarran Ave. Under New Ownership Mt. Charleston Restaurant & Lounge invites you to enjoy our Mountain Top Buffet SUNDAY NOON TILL ? AduHs '3.50 Oiildren '2.25 Featuring in the Fireside lounge Kay Quantreil ^ and The Quantreil Raiders "k Come ond en|oy ouf peoce^ul mountoln view 7 doyj o week It was predicted that, as a result of the recent devastating storms, residents here could look forward to a most spectacular and colorful disThey Jaycee sponsored musical comedy show, "Holiday Ahoy," was near dress rehearsal .stage with the big proHi >k Hi Hi ^ RfSri(;A4%r ANOLOUMGC Just 30 minutes from LasVegis Your Host afld Hostess Collie & Baitara Orcutt 8?2-9383 HHO AUTOMOTIVE BUYS! SHOP SKAGGS AND SAVE ON ALL YOUR CAR NEEDS! 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// k Henderson Home News and Boulder City News Metric Mumblings.... Thursday. January 23, 1975 Page 11 I The era of the mclrir slalutiand nuurk-al..and s^sti-m is (asl approachihi-.\'r.* not Ihc same. And ing...and Boulder Cil> has of course, there are fathjumped on the wa^on hv oms...and furlongs, too. "signing" the nine hole Those nautical miles markers in both >ards and translate into knots when meters. expressing speed...or What's nilh this metric sometimes we use miles s>sleni...tliat most of us per hour instead, were exposed to someIn liquid measure, we where along the line in begin to see some interschool...and ncNer used relationship between piagain unless we went on nts, quarts and gallons, some sort of scientific But as we begin to think cndea\or? e're on top of things. First of all, let's eonhere comes a "fifth"... sider nhal it is not. It is not a group of unrelated leims relating to measurements in one form or mes. Do \ou express quested to asi>ist..but ap>ourself in Axoirdupois parenll> declined. weights...Tro.> weight..or Apothecaries weights? We ha\c such terms as pennx weight, scruples, drams, ounces, pounds. hundredweight and tons. Tons? Which kind...reli Sgt. Brown In Outstanding Unit another. Consider what we expose our oungsters to todax. We ha%e inches, feel, xards, rods, miles... just for openers. Thex measure dis(ance. Bui... we have miles and miles... which is four fifths of a gaUon. Drx measure gels a bit inxolxed...x*lth quarts, pecks and bushels. Tht \ haxe a relationship..but can xou remember what it is? Weights are a different hall game... in fact, a whole series of ball gaMOVWG SIOMGI MOVMC t Um SMitwiil. WwAwiii $TOtAGI YOUNG & RUE GLOBAL mdm WATCHVOIO. YOGA for Health Stay Young And Beautiful In Body And Spirit Normalize And g Tj^r N R*...lhe Metric Cm\enliiin...was appruxcd hx 17 countries...including our gular or long |s(mielimes own I niled Slates...which called gross!? signed in 1K7.S. Now that xou're thoLsed exiensixelv in the roughlx confused, let's sciences, more and more take a look at this metric countries adopted the sxsxslem thing. Structured Mem oxer the xcars. Of '* • around basic units of lourse there vicre bugs to length, weight, etc.. larwork out...and thex were., ger or smaller units are all throughout the passage uf expressed in base ten. lime. lo oiler an explanaliim In 1%(), an extensixe rex ision and simplification of the metric system resulted in the present setup..known as the International System uf I'nils.. So be prepared... Ihe metric sxsiem is on the march. One dux in the not too distant future, xuu max hear someone sax that the air temperature is y^ degrees. Don't rush for xour ox ercoat... because thex'II be expressing tem,.,',, .. pcruture in degrees Celapplien lo all metric units. "^ ..... sius..and ihal 3'' degrees thus rcliexing much ol the ., will be the same as M2 contusion caused bv our decrees Fahrenheit, present sxstem. Metrics are not new. ^ ; fbe> were created lo hopefullx put an end lo great eonfusion that was preseni in the I'OO's when not onix did each counlrx use its own sxslem of weights and measures... but towns and cities within these countries had their own xersi ol Science to come up with an invariable standard for all weights and measures. I he I m.'.lish Will' re2 p.m. "Church Training, all age group*. 6 p.m. Exangelislic service. 7 p.m.. message bx Pastor Sorabella. enlilled: "The Greatness of Mis loxe". Molv Word, is important P^J^ MEN'S SHOE SALE This may be the most important news on this page. A men's shoe sale is now going on at the US VEGAS BOOTERY DOWNTOWN. A great opportunity to build a wardrobe of fashion footwear at a great saving on our famous brands of men's shoes. FLORSHEIM SAN REMO STETSON. VOLARE AND OTHERS. SPECIAL GROUP REG.*30.00to*35.CX) NOW ^9 90 SPECIAL GROUP Reg. 40.00 to 50.00 NOW M4 90 SPECIAL GROUP SAN REMO BOOTS Reg. 60.00 NOW ?29 90 k OTHER GROUPS Reg. •32" to 34" NOW •24* Reg. 39' NOW •29* Reg.44" NOW • 3 3* Reg.M7 NOW •37* Las Vegas Bootery 306 FREMONT DOWNTOWN Use Your MASTERCHARGE or BANKAMERICARD -~""^——^—'^— • ——— • ^ • ^— • ^^ • ^—" • • ^ • • ^^ ) • a xcrx ^ of Ihe Christian's life: COrfte ... hear the great lessons from a spoon! The public is cordiallx inxiled lo all services and aclixiiies; for information, transportation, or counseling, please call Pastor Sorabella at 565-7920. Ronold Reogon, Repvbliciin Speoker George Stewart. Chairman of the Clark Counix Kepublican Central Committee announces that Konald Reagan will be the speaker at the Kepuhliean Partv's annual I Ineoln Dax Dinner lo be held ai Circus Circus on Tuesdav. i ebruarv |8ih. Goxemor Reagan, recentlx retired as dovernor of C alifomia. is returning 10 radio with a commenlarx program called "'Vmerican Viewpoint". Reagan ik considered to be a candidate for the republican Presidential nomination in I97A. LETTER TO THE EDITOR Dear Sir: I would like lo lake (hib opportunilx to thank \ou and xour fine staff fsr xour assistance and euuperatiun during the past year. The interest and coxerage afforded the Nevada llighwax Department aJwaxft makek our Job of keeping the public informed of the tnmny change* in our highwaj ax stem easier and more ei^ovable. >crx tnilx \ourk. Jack Parxin, P.E. Dislriel Engineer School in Amarillo, Tex. His xxifc, Teresa, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman W. Stewdrt of Pillman, .Nex. in home appoint • mnlt at your oonvfilne ••timatM •! li^ olMrgf o^ obllQftai' NENOfMON WINDOW 4 aOM C0VUIIN6 154 WATER 8TRIET MS-lt5 > #T#T LAS VEGAS iLnderson GOLD STAR HOMOGENIZED NEXT TIME YOU SHOP IN YOUR FAVORITE MARKET NOTICE THE PREFERENCE FOR ANDERSON DAIRY PRODUCTS PRODUCED AKD PRv^CESSED LOCALLY IN 7HE MOST MODERN DAIRY PLANT IN >IEVADA // OPtN ( FIRST WITH THE flNj!! AndersoniftfOairy 4 ^'

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/A Henderson Home News and Boulder City News Thursday. January 23. 1975 EOB Annoi^ncfs Oiiingts In Heolth Services Page 12 The Fconomlc Oppor lunlt> Board of Clark Counl.\ is announiing IMO important ihangi-s in iis health scr> iii-s pro(>rams offered to low-income residents of the (ounl>, aecordinfi to James T\ ree, KOB Deputy Direilor. Effective f"t?hruar> 1, the Maternal C are ( linir, nhieh has been closed since Ma\ of 1974. due to laclt of funds. ui|| he reopened to serve new clients. The reopening of the Maternal (linic has been made possible ihroufih a Sin.000 (>ranl provided b\ Inited Wav of Southern Nevada. Pregnant women who meei KOB income K"'*^^"''"'^'' and have not passed their 10th veek ol prejjnancv are eligible for the clinic, which provides regular examinations, laboralorv work, prenatal vitamins, and postpartum exams. Hr also announces thai effective immedialelv the Supplemental Feeding IVo^ram for Women. Infants and Children IWICl has also been expanded this \ear in order lo serve 7.S0 clients. 15(1 more than last vear. funded bv the Department of A>{ricullure. the WIC program provides free higli protein foods such as milk, ej;t>s. cheese, cereals, juices, and formula, lo pregnant women, nursing tnollurs. and voun(> children up lo • he a(>e of our, who meet income guidelines. "I'rennanl women enrolled in WK are also enrolled in KOH's Maternal Clinic. Welfare recipients cannot be accepted into KOB's WIC program, but will be referred lo the Operation life (enter for Ihe same services," Tvree explained. "However." he continued, "women who are pending welfare can be laken into our VS l( program." "We are happv lo at lasl be able lo expand our services because so manv people are in need of iheni." Ivree said. Me indiialed thai those seeking eligibililv or other infornialioii should (onlacl Ihe I.on al Mh i:0. F XI. M. Country Store Open Again (ounlrv Store I97.S will be open for business on Mxing (iloves. Peruvi Burns. IS, and his wile, anas, Agaves, and Tricho Sherrv have lived here lereus. about seven month's and Originallv from Buck Ihev keep ihe business c><', Ariz., Burns is buildopen evcrx dav from 8 ing a hrti house to develop a.m. lo s p.m. Burns got his own plants and lo raise into the business because ihem from seed, of his interesl and his hold ils .lanuarv rallv this ^..^^^ 1,^, week-end at Willov* n^-nf, Beach, with Paul C.rogar. ^^^.^ Hg should bring a as wagon-masler. Mi,,\d\nii lahlc and chairs Ihough spaces canno. be f„,,he polluck supper, reserved, il is hoped ihal | „r (gnher information, seclion \-:^ mav be used j,,,,,^. ^,,„^,^„ „ 5h5.h^4: for Ihe poi-luek supper. „^ W„ldridge al Salurdav nighl Jan. 2s. " ihe :4lh. bul Ihe rallv ''v.ur.u*"*' PRESTONE SEALEI PRESTONE ANTI.RUST HIPOWER MOTOR TREATMENT S.T.P. CAS TREATMENT HI-POWER MOTOR FLUSH COJO' HAND SOAP TRANSMISSION SEALER ffvopor mc:: -„„ ORICIMAL TUNEUP NITS -^ HAVOLINE ^ OR i „ PENNZOIL ('ENNZOHlMOTOR OIL ^OTOR OK it-mi r^f*^' I PRMin FRAM r^ OIL FILTER OIL FCrER RIC J J9 99 1 f^ MotDrctjjtt OK. FlTt" Motorcrafti OIL FILTER CHECKER AUTO FILTERS I A CH€CKER filR FILTER 99 C<"i.* VlLUiS TO S TOU* 99 CHECKER AUTO LIFETIME POWER BATTERY <=^ • 0 < tn (ho 01 tk. 99 1975 CHILTON'S AUTO REPAIR MANUAL • X. A|AICM CAM VROV IMI T Ittb I HI H>.l h NCR MOTORCYCLE SPARK PIUCS tic 7 ^\ 1/ I ^pPthnijUiA v A.C, AUTOLITE OR CNANHPION PA SPARK PLUGS 59 "(SIS'Of kUG^ '' t ^ l QUALITY BATTERY BRUSH tic. wn 99. HEAVY DUTY SHOCK ABSORBERS 99 fT^^ '^ • ^u^q^^f'0' CLASSIC'CAR WAX :oo CMECKER CAS FILTER 99 QUALITY CREASE CUN RIC i 9 ^99 QUALITY CHECKER FAN BELTS tl la RU 1 i9 29 1 THRUSH MUFFLER 99 12 HEAVY DUTY BOOSTER CABLE lie S.f •' 499 N. ANTIFREEZE SAVER KIT 1 99 ANTIFREEZE TESTER • K 1 69 30,000 MILE RIC BRAKE SHOES JV, ^99 ALTERNATOR 17 99 QUALITY STARTER JACK STANDS RiC 3 29 ^99 -••• • I CM>H,I 13 88 v.-^*^ HEAVY DUTY GENERATOR ITH I tCH*(l 1|88 j;t. hill 1 1)1 MM.HV A> HKMtlK.sON M\AI>A ;i: K AS( MO liK [in the uld loniipah HMV PHOM kO M7 Mi I 1 VKI Ml AU Bl VII \ t.AS V.(,AI> S|\ AIIA loKl Mill K II :iU W MllN S.Al OO^k 101 SI S 4 HOI \\\\\ •K h t

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13 Henderson Home News anl Boulder City News Nevodq DeportiMiit Of Fish And GORM So. Mevtula tushinfi Report lake ralnboH Mead Iroul larae '•*'""'<* provide thai anslill •"*"• Tin are conspicuous l)x iluir ah "'*" ""•' """"' ""'''" scnce from the laUh ''""" "'^" '*'"**"^ "'""'•''' past iMu \cars of (he cauKing concern nol nnl> amonsfishernunl,utilh "•P''''^""''* "" "^""P I ish and Game Deparl'' • ^"*^'^" "'^' f"" "Pa^^nii.g mcnl l)i(iln(iisls as MCII. If lake condillon were al this lime last >car, 'and it appears thai Ha\{, HII\ llien are ihc Iroul nol in shalliiu Haiir? Could il he ihal euRs ••"PP Ilalcht'i\ from lommert'ial sources these pasi \ariel\ which showed in ihc shalliiHs in laie No%cniher and I)eceml)er arul the sprin)> spuunin(> l>pc llial cxiended the calch into Ma\. An\ signifiiaril change in ihc perlied to the 1 akc Mead '"'<•>*" makeup of these sure has hcen \er> liuhl rcienll* with mosi aciion for hass al S( fi^i ,,11 the points and trout in the mouths of co>es. Needlefish and shad l>pc lures are credited with the most successful catches. Kalherine's Landing, crappie Hsliin}; has l)een *er> good recenlh near the dam, trout fair fiom the l)ank and \er> little actim for hass. Thursday. January 23, 1975 MISSIONARY TO SPEAK AT CHURCH OF NAZARENE ed In eonie and participate On January 26lh, al 6 in this program, p.m. the Houlder Cil> Mark .\nlon> Kudeen (IUIMII of the Na/arcne as horn in lacimia, will be hosting Mark Washinglim on June 9. Rudeen, Missionarx from l'M2. He is the son of Peru. Me willhe speaking missionaries, Re\. and following a pol luck al the Mrs. (.(1. Rudeen. Mark Kouldcr Cit\ Icen (enter spent tlie main part of his located hclwccn the Kidfirst I'J %cars as a missdie Park and the High ionarv's son lixing in School. K\er>one is in*itMiuragua. Central America. The principle part o( his clcnu'ntar> and high school training was done b,> correspondence on ihc mission field. Mark allended and graduated from Northwest Na/arene College, recei%ing his A.n. in religion in I'J^";. While al N.N.C. Mark was involved in man> students activities. During his senior vcar he was president of the student hodv and was also one of ihosc selected as Na/arene l.v angelislic Amhassadors. I oliowlng college, Mark attended Na/arene Thcological Seminarv lor three vears and received his lull-lime teachers at the M.A. in lheolog.v in 1968. B'f'li' Training School. from Seminarv, Mark ^^l""^^"^ ^'^ ^^e dirpaslored for two vears in eiJo"" ""d developer of a the Ogden Church of the n^* educational svstem Na/arene in Ltah. On fr Peru, Theological Januarv LS, 1970 Mark Kducallon bv Extension, and his wife, Kvangclinc '" *>'* program he travelwere appointed as miss*"d extensivelv throughout ionaries bv the General P^ • The Rudcens reBoard of the Church of the ""'f<' •" ••' "' • •'* ^"^ Na/arene to Peru, South ^heir first ^ furlough in America. J""*. 1974. After spending six monThev have two children, ths In language sludv In l^c Antonv, age 6 and Mcvico Ciu, Mexico, the !" '^> 8^ ^ • Rudeens arrived in Peur ^" further information in March. 1971. While in mniact Rev. Bob ZangPeru thev were b„,h ger. 293-3583. well profew vears have l>ecn predominantiv of the spring spawning variciv? II so, Ihc inajoiitv of fish in lake Miad have >el to develop 'ggs and ihe urge In move into the sliallow gravcllv .ireas. Gillnetling samples of trout scheduled In 1>I (i next week in scvciiil .irc.is of ihil.ikc fNSURACHAT Do \ I! a t..i \ I a II 1 K unihrclla covj-ntif; vou You'll fc'l bcllrr if vou doAn "umbrrlla pojicv (morr ac('ural<-lv. per sonal <'at.istroph<' liahil ilv cover age I yivcs broader coverage than an nrdinrv polirv lan. Iirsi oPf' ri'd b> Bruish insurant-p ompanirs. its become verv popular hfr' I mbrflla polirifs wrrr oriKiiiaII> d("-i;;ncri for the vrn rich who might have \pr^i/t'(1 lihjlit\ ciaitiis thrown ^l them But ciiurt aw;4i(!s hav ( been inrhinE iip and • • vf>n individuals rarnini; $I.S.on ni'cd lhi. extra covrram Prrsonal umbrrlla policirs provide extra coverage oscr your ri-i; ular insurant* Th;'i in>.uraner, in iiirn. is the "d r d u(t i h I TiKurpd in planning tb> unihrcjia. and ihc biisir insurance h;is to be fairlv exlciiMv Most polii MS artwrit ten to limits of $1 mill ion lo SMI miliitn. with mil-.! si'i at a $.^ inillioii mavimum Let usop'nan lioibrrlla over you -• its like pulling aw a> moncv lor a rainv dav .Sec LA roiM \ iNst K wrt: At. I M ^ IN< 12H Water St Henderson \pvail.( I'hone .">6.5-Ml 1 la Porto insurance Agency, In. varieties could verv cause this kind of hicm. I'ishing pressure at I akc Mead was cMrcmelv li;;lit this past wi'ck with most of Ihe action cnncenlialcd in the Ovciton Arm, Night fishing with minnows is still producing good catches ol crappits and fair numbers of large miiiith liass. 1 he most c\i iling news, however, is a new lake record foi striped bass estahlishcd bv Charles Howei Ion ol I as \ egas. His fish lipped the scales at 21 pounds and three ounces, measured }'' and one-half inch* s and was caught trolling a rebel lure atross from Overion landing. Another member of the same partv, David \S heelei. (.uighl a l''-pound. nine ounce striper trolling a r< bel lure. Park Serviic reports a few trout have been taken in the late evenini; al Temple Bai with fair fishing lor bass with bail al depths ol .^(1 to SO feel. I \KI. MOHAVh-Cre el census checks al \N illow Beaih recorded verv light pressure and fair success for rainbows ranging from a small seven inches up to four pounds. Highest siii • cess and the largest fish wt're lak M Us llu' shore anglers. ( iillonwood ( ov e Resort describes angling as fair for both trout and hass and picking up slowh each dav. I ishing pres March of Dimes Time. (iiimOKitoinoiitiuiuommnktiKoiiWoninuiinMiHiwiML^]) i INSURANCE I (I YouX Sat ^iH!4th(£4tt I) (ftUUIIIOMiMilOMiMllllMIIIIMIIIIMIMKMMIMIMIMOHtllMM'^') .*" ^^-^-^ -'W-V^"^^'X-i'-S.''*v^"^./S'-s^ > >—'v-" s^' Think. Could A Fire Ruin You? ^^^'—^^"-^.-.f In case of firt, could you rebuild.' Pl.i\ sjfc — keep \our fire itiMiiaiKc up to ci.t(L' with rising costs. ,Sc'c us for suitjbic coverage now Kaercher Insurance 725 SO. 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You' cniice o' • ve styles SAVE 50''*' NO* 599" EXTRA BIG SAVINGS ON THESE MAGNAVOX VALUES SAVE UP TO on floor MmptM, domonatraiofs and diacontlntMd modalti DESCRIPTION Remote Color Theater 6' Console Stereo Color Theater with 8 track tape SAVE M50 60 '339 MOO 899 Magn£ivox xc. diagonal B/W Portable TV and FM/AM Radio • '!* bC:^!/ Ali : .1 .^ Oo .j'odt wK: Ally pltdbure II dslale components m key circuits pre-ri VHF ... ;„ning Even an earphone And battoryoperatcd model 12S3 will bring you great FM AM listening' BOTH for only *99'^ SAVE 53500 Magnavox Drum Table r Stereo in Disguise" NOW Modal SCie ~ Mariilp'ranoan styling '364 95 This versatile Ma^'^.ivcx concaais a solid-state Stereo PM'AM Rao r Automatic Record Changer, tjuiltin 8-Trarli Tape Player tit speakers and a buill-in Matrix 4-Channel Sound Decoder In (our authentic styles You' choice // WE SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" *^ TV & APPLIANCE 133 WATER ST. SALES & SERVICE PH. 565-8798 ^ I I i f > • ,-.

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Page 14 IfThuriiday. Januar> 23, 1975 ALBERTSONS SUPREMt: BltF lOlN ALBEBTSOSS REGULAR OR THICK 0PORTERHOUSE STEAK ,b V^ ^ SLICED BACON ALBERTSONS SUPREME BEEF LOIN fRf SM AMERICAN $> TOP SIRLOIN STEAK „ 198 O LAMB LOIN CHOPS ALBERTSONS SUPREME BEEF __ 4^^ fBESM AMERICAN ROUND TIP STEAK b T* ^LEGO'LAMB FARM ^RESH PRODUCE lb. lb. lb AlBlBTSONSSUfBt Ml BIEF BOUND BONE IN FLAT OB TRl C 1^5 RUMP ROAST FRESH AMERICAN IAMB O BONE UTib 1 AQ J^^ rl>n AMIHICAN IAMB O LAMB CHOPS lb 1 48 e f BE SM AMI ail. AN B""' '" -^ SLCID QUARTER X LAMB STEW MEAT „ 89' ^ PORK LOINS ^r. nk Crnter A End) ^ OS h or Froien ik 1 SMOK fO CtSTtPCuT 1" ^HAMSLiCE SAif TS BttOAN AND SERVE V^ "^ SAUSAGE lOl PKl 88 EXTRA FANCY RED ir GOLDEN DELICIOUS APPLES MfWS BAKING SIZE RUSSET POTATOES i LB CELLO BAG BANQUET MEAT PIES f-foien 6P(><. Chicken or TurkPv < Oi Ah)Ti or Whi'jT JANET LEE BREAD MAYONNAISE gl AKT J%R VIVA TOWELS 8 pak. PEPSI COLA If) o/. .Non-ri'lurn Botlk-s Sasf y^ I'cnls. $189 1 MAXWELL HOUSEl COFFEE 1 Lb ^n Rpg or NEW CROP ENGLISH WALNUTS FRESH GREEN BROCCOLI SALAD FAVORITE ROMAINE LETTUCE 'SOUP C-,c„.,joor.5/*l TOMATO SAUCE 29' M. VAN CAMP S ,, J|^ WHITE KINO ^Lb I'ko ^ r, m. 0PORK& BEANSc: 29' ^ WATER SOFTNER 1" ^ ^ ^k NALl E W Bi jni 'i Ol C rt_ O WESSON OIL o 1'^e-CHILI CON CARNE49' AiBEtTSONS /^ • -FIRESIDE SAl NL A ^ r YOGURT .. .. 4/*lO'CRACKERS .o,... 49' ^^ AON : SU( ^ — ^^. MAIBANIEXTBALAKCiE #%PC WILD HONEY.o. 1^^ PRUNES -^ 65 ^H^ BAIN BABHei it Ol B" -^ ^. :[<>T BATH Si/E ^ ** C I § FABRIC SOFTNER 1*^0 BAR SOAPVo. ::;58 PURINA CHUCH AA&ON Bed .^. m. ^ — MARINA BATHROOM ^^ ^^ f 1 FOOD B2" TISSUE 'R rr: 69 DISCOUNT PRICES ON FROZEN ORE IDA C'lnkiiCuBANQUET FRIED ^FRECNCH FRIES 69' ^^___^^__^__ BiBDSEYE INTERNATIONAL ^ *> I CHICKEN 0VEGETABLES .49' I lb. TOTAL DISCOUNT DELI 2 Lbs WHOLE vr? WAFFLES CG.OMBOi CME E SE :7 oi tninr^A (Pooeifoni 0' I I^AiM S4UU9F :< OI MINUTE MAID ORANGE JUICE TROPICANA 9" P C ORANGE JUICE o. 55 ALBERTSONS SPIRITS KR AF T SL KTE D i'lUi>'UUV''T • w"^ *• ^^^ ^ 0 AMERICAN CHEESE :: 3^^ OSCAR MAYER .MEAT OB BE E > ^ ''MVAT' ^ BOLOGNA o. 58 IflbM I ALl BEEF m ^^r WIENERS ^^^'^A^^s *8 ^ 0 CHILI BRICK .0 78' CROWN RUSSE VODKA fifth OSCAR MAYE H Bound o' Sou*' 120z VARIETY PAK L AKt TO L Ak t MONTEREY JACK DISCOUNT ON FRESH BAKERY D ANISH M APLE 8P^ Growers Wines 9 ^ 89 1 2 Gallon I Burgundy or Choblis Blanc TOTAL DISCOUNT VARIETY Conned Pop ^ 2^ Springfield Diet Cola. Root Beer 12 oz. /LADY KATHRYN '^ #" KNEE-HI HOSE Fronzia Quality Wines $ 189 Rhine or Burgundy 1/2 Gal. II NEW! Miller Lite Beer" 6 pak. 12 oz. cans low calorie $159 L PLAIN ENVELOPES • ^b' ALBERTSON "A" BABY c /*OC TABLETS bo ANACIN SHAMPOO POP N BRAND lOOCI ASPIRIN B^vpi Asiiif in ICKl Cl Dc VICKS COUGH • o"*'"'^*! SYRUP C KNITTING YARN IMI Prnrni AcrjIK Ply t^ooir Ffoni M*n V C ulo' ^ WESTINGHOUSE SOF T WMiTt V LIGHT o'toKw*.! BULBS DAISY FRESH BREAD ALBERTSONS CRACKED WHEAT BREAD 52' LI'J^'GIANT SANDWICH .„ 5r JANET LEE ROUND TOP 53 CHOCOLATE CAKE $ 1 59 1 Loyer 1 COpKIESt* Varieties PRICES EFFECTIVE JAN. 22-JAN. 28 THE FOOD PEOPLE WE ACCEPT FOOD STAMPS EXPRESS CHECKOUT IS OPEN FOR 8 ITEMS OR LESS... every evening and 8 hours Sot. & Sun. for fost service!!!!! IVORY DETERGENT LIQUID ^^, NABISCO CHIPS AHOY CHOC. CHIPS 14,0, COCONUT MO. CHOC CHIPS, ^^^c PECAN "o. • "* SHORTBREAD TIDE DETERGENT CMINUTE MAID ORANGE JUICE :^ 65' Uc OFF DRIVE 0DETERGENT 99 49 OZ pkg. BORATEEM ••.. PM 77* DETERGENT.White King ,o i n .. ,h, 3 Blue Bonnet MARGARINE uk 66' KRAFT CHEESE WHIZ pi.m .'Pim,n..i o. 68' AT ALBERTSONS SAVE 7 DAYS A WEEK WITH OUR TOTAL DISCOUNT PRICES fi 1 I. A i t

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Henderson Home .News and Boulder City News FROM THE FEW B> Delores White SCRIPTURE FOR THE WKKK: Shut up the words, and seal the book, e\en to the lline of the end: man\ shall run lo and fro, and knoMledRO shall be increased DANIEL 12:4. This world has made asionishinR progress in Ihe scienliflc field, in general know ledge. In educalinnal pursuits, in material IhioRs, in modes of travel and transportation. Howe\er, this world has not advanced morally or spiritually. It is heller off muUriallv than il has exerliccn, but il is farther from (iml than ever. .Icsus said, "As il was in ihe da\s of Noah, so shall il be also in the da>s of ihc Son of Man." The condition of the world just prior to the flood is a picture of what il will be lu'fore Ihe return of ihe Ittfd .Icsus ( hrisl. Noah's conlemporaries had Rone downward, instead of upJf *******'k HOME DELIVERY Anderson Dairy Products by INDEPENDENT DISTRIBUTOR 82' per half gallon WHY PAY MORE? Hendenon onii Boultier City PHONE 878-2652 M M -K -K -K • ^••••**** ward. Had become wurse, ralher than better. lower, ralher than hiRhcr. More corrupt and beasllv, ralher than more refined and spiritual. Instead of beinR nc^cr lo (iod, lhe> were father awa>. The> became so e\cessi\el> \ile and corrupt that God swept them out of existence with Ihc flood. A common opinion expressed l. Man points lo the increase of knowleclRc, the improvements nf livinR conditions, cic. hut. let us never lorRCl that improvements and knowledRc arc not riRhlcous ncss. Ilumaiiilv has Rrov< tkit (Oicici; 'niti'i!<>{ IKIR' *l'llt(< Lilt lilt Utt >i n .Ji' iit • ) mi\% :oin(i|te iilC) ^35 2 WEEKS FOR ALL 382 7800* 1 710 W. CHARLESTON BLVD. Neit to Southern Nevada Memorial Hospital r>ii:;-i; ^w; TABLE STAKE DEALER'S CHOICE 5% RAKE OFF $5.00 MAXIMUM POKER $2.00 t S4.00 LIMIT 5% RAKE OFF $3.00 MAXIMUM JACKPOT SPECIAL WIN FREE COUPONS YOU RECEIVE ONE COUPON WITH EVERY $2.50 JACKPOT WE NOW SERVE MEXICAN FOOD FRDAY & SATURDAY Special Luncheons WE S PECIAL IZE IN ITALIAN FOOD WE ALSO HAVE AMERICAN FOOD YOU RECEIVE TWO COUPONS WITH EVERY $5.00 JACKPOT FOUR COUPONS WITH A $10.00 JACKPOT YOU CAN REDEEM SPECIAL BREAKFAST BICON StUSAGE'HAM RANCH EGGS WITH HASH BROWNS SIRVED AROUND THE CLOCK WE NOW SERVE PIZZA YOUR COUPONS FOR j PAMY.HPS|,MLSJ?Ey_&-J^^^^^^ WE CASH PAYROLL CHECKS FREE DRINKS WITH COME IN AND SEE OUR DISPLAY OF BEAUTIFUL JEWELRY YOU CAN REDEEM WITH YOUR COUPONS PAYROLL CHECKS CASHED SKYLINE CASINO&RESTAURANT PH. 565-9116 1741 S. BOULDER HWY. i i

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( Henderson Home News and Boulder City News OuMtoratato For Oeod ftapreduc6on Page 16 /6 Thursday. January 23. 1975 • h.i UNIVmiTY HON CREDIT COURSES If for COMMI/IVITY RESIDENTS 1. • • /:• TNI ANTS WORKSHOP ON SPINNING' Jiiiarytl. Sitiriii. 10 an ] pm WORKSHOP ON NATURAL DYES* liiiari 25. Siturliy. 10 in 3 pm CREWEL STITCHERYJaiiir; 21 Fikriary 2i. Tmsiar • iriii|v QUiLTINS* Maret 4 April I Tuesday mtraiip NEEDLEPOINT Ipril 15 Mail 21. UtiUf miriiiis DRAWING WORKSHOPS' Beiiaiiit ill 9fil 2Mkiirsd)|i ecniii[s Jitermtdiatt Mar t Ipr 24 Ttirsdiy (*tiiii|i OIL PAINTING WORKSHOPSett IFek I Apr 19 Satiirdan maiimis Sec II Mar 12 May 14 Wediesday ((tiiiiiis CHINA PAINTING WORKSHOP' Ian 23 Mar 13 Thursday (nriia|s MACRAME WORKSHOP' Fet 1 tor U Silurda; moriiii(s WEAVING WORKSHOP* laa 30 Apr ID Tkursday attemoons BATIK: ART ON FABRIC WORKSHOP Fel 2ior Mar 1 Fn or Sat 9 30 im 3 pm SILVERSMITHING WORKSHOPS' Be(>**)ii| Sect I Jan U Mar |Hursda|ie(iiin(s Be|iiiiR{ Sect Mian W Mar 7 Friday atteraiias ld>aiced Jai 16 Mar 6 Tlmrsday eieaiafs SOUTHWEST INDIAN ARTS & CRAFTS Apr 2 May} Wedaesdiy efeiiits INDIAN COUNTRY TOUR* June 31 or June 1015 Tes tkru Sti PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOPS' Be^innmd Sect i In 21 Fet 2S.1utsda) e*eniii|s Befiniiiif Sect II Mar 5 Apr 9 Wednesday eenin{s Basic Color Mar 4 Apr 8 Tuesday eeiiii[s Idnaaced Ciler Jan 22 Fel 2& Wednesday eiemiigs Plieti|rapliic ii(ktin( Apr 15 May 20 Tuesday ee*i|s PHOTO FIELD TRIPApr t&A|ii 22. Tuesday eieninis Field Trip Sit Apr 5 I an 4 pm MUSIC APPRECIATION Mar 13 Apr 24 lliiirsday evenings BALLET MUSIC: AN INTRODUCTtON Sect I Ian 20 Fed 26 Sect II Apr 14 May 19 Monday and Wednesday eenin(s OPERA: AN INTRODUCTION Mar 3 Apr 9 Monday and Wednesday eenin(s GUITAR FOR BEGINNERS' Jan 15Mjr 5 Wednesday eenini!s GROUP PIANO FOR BEGINNERS Fel 4 Apr 22 Tuesday e>enin(s Sect liAteSU 5 6pm Sect II (Ate 15 Adult 1 8 pm BALLET TECHNIQUES Be(inain( Youth lues andTlurs 6 pm Betinnint Adult Toes and Tkirs 18 i^r Tnes aid Tliirs 4 5 pr Intermediate Toutn Mon and Wed 4 5 pm litermediate Adult Men and Wed 7 3pmoi Tues andTlurs 3 4 pm AflKinced Adult lues andTlurs 2 3 pm MODERN DANCE WORKSHOP' January 14 April 3 Sect I Tnes eienings Sect II Tiers moroin(s MUSICAL DANCE PRODUCTIONS Fel 24 Mar 19 Mandays and Wednesdats 5 6 30pn LANCUAOE CONVERSATIONAL FRENCH Beginnini and Intermediate Sections Jan 21 Mar 13 lies andTlors eicni|s CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH Jan 21 Mar 12 Moiiays and Wednesdays Be|innii| Sect I attcmoios Bc(innii| Sect II ceiii|s litermediate Section eieiii{s SPEECH AND PRONUNCIATION FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS' Fel 10 Mir 21 Moi.Wid IFri 12 loon 1 pm SPEED READING' Jan 13 Mar 3 Moi and Nod evioiots CREATIVE WRITING Fok SApr 2 Tiotdiy CKiiip • IGltTIN NOW PON CONTINUING IDUCATION H7S PMGBAMG MNIVINGITT Of NIV AD A, LAG VIG AS PHILOSOPNT PHENOMONEN OF MAN: A PHILOSOPHICAL APPROAi Jan 21 Mar 17. Monday eveniits SEARCHING FOR VALUES Mar 13 Ma; t.Tlursdayevenlits HISTORY AND GOV'T. THE LIVING REVOLUTION Air 1 M)y 6 Tuesda; eveninrs GREAT DECISIONS 1975 Jan 2BMar 18 Tuesday eenitt|s In Service Credit NEVADA LEGISLATIVE REPORT Mar 7-l|r II. Friday evemnts DUSINESS A LADOB MANAGEMENT SEMINARS' lie direciini Function in Mana(ement tanoary 13 and u Monday and Tuesday eenin|[s The Control Function m Manajement January 15 and 16 Wednesday and Thursday evenmits The Plannin( Function in Mar.)|ement Feliuary 24 and 26. Monday and Wednesday eenin|s The Organiiini Function m Manatemcni March 31 and Cpnl 2 Monday and Wednesday eventnts HUMAN RELATIONS SEMINAR Unuari29]1 Wed Thurs andFn e>enin|S i^nuari;!) ji neo inurs LABOR LAW SURVEY Felruary 18 March 18 Tuesday eenin(S DECISION MAKING AND UNCERTAINTY Frtiuary '8 M^ich 16 lue^day (irenin(i RETAILING, WHOLESALING & AGENCY MKTG Ap'il 1 May E Tuesday eenin{s HOTEL LABOR RELATIONS SEMINAR Apr i lOjnd '' T^urs0iy 8 j" 5 and Friday I 30 3 HOTEL SECURITY MjfCh 19 Wednesday Sam 3 pm BASItREAL ESTATE SEMINAR ) jpoar, Ii Mj< ; Friday fveninji DM Saturday mo'nin||s REAL ESTATE REVIEW SEMINAR felruary 14 21 Friday Tvesday thru Fridjt eirenmes GEOLOGY FOR REAL ESTATE BROKERS AND LAND DEVELOPERS ip' : Mil I Ifiursday eneninfi ACCOUNTING FOR NON ACCOUNTANTS M)rchWMay5 Mondat evenmrs FEDERAL INCOME TAX SEMINAR Januar* 28 Felruary 2b Tuesday and Thursday evenings PERSONAL FINANCE January 6 Apni 9 Wednesday eienmjs PRE-ftUSINESS WORKSHOP 'fpruariT Wtdneidai 9im3pm THE ROU OF COMPETITIVE CAPITALISM Felruary 10 March 19 Monday and Wednesday eiirnin{s INSURANCE SEMINARS Insurance 21 Cen Prin o1 Ins Jao 14 Apr ITues Eenin(s Insurance 22 Property Insurance Jan 16 Apr 10 Thurs Eirenin(s C L U 2 Lite Ins Lao I Co Operations Fel 11 May 30 lues 4 6 CIU 6 Family Financial Mana(ement Fel i May t9 Mon 4 6 pm Firsi ot the classes lefins January 14 NURSING A HEALTH NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE Brgchu'e anailalle on request WHAT IS AN EMERGENCY Felruary 3 March 31 Monday evenmrs INTERVIEWING TECHNIQUES FOR MED. ASST. Felruary 5 Felruary 26 Wednesday eenin(S CLINICAL ASPECTS t*i".* 3 April Monday; 4 6 pm DRUG CALCULATIONS April 2 Aani 30 Wednesdays. 5 6 pn^ HUMAN SEXUALITY AND NURSING INTERVENTION Aorii 2 Afrii30 Wednesdays 5 8pm FJiMILY DYN. & NURSING INTERVENTION May 7 and May 15 Wed andTlors eeni*{i J SDBCIAUZED FIELDS ENGINEERS-IN-TRAINING Felroar) 10 March 20 Monday and Thursday eenints A.A.U. CERTIFICATION FOR TRACK i FIELD OFFICIATING Jaioaryl.S. to. II.Wed.Tlurs t Fn eteninp t Sitwiay 13 PERSONAL GROWTH WOMEN A SEMINAR Older Women Tie Silent Majority ol Today Toin( Women ol Today Ilie Silent Majority ot Iomorro> Felrar> 14 and 15 Friday eenii|iiiisaturda). 9 am 4 pm WOMEN IN TRANSITION: A Seminy Women and Self Women and Jols Felruary 19 March 26 Wednesday eienin|s COMMUNITY SERVICE THE GROWING STATUS OF VOLUNTEERISM March 25 and 26 luesday and Wediesday 9 am 3 30 pm THE ENVIRONMENT DESERT WILDFLOWERS OF SOUTHERN NEVADA Mar 27 Apr 24. Tlursdiy evenints Field Trip Apr 26 Sat Iam4pin EDIBLE AND USEFUL PLANTS OF THE DESERT Apr 29 May 17 Tuesday eenin;s field Trip March 15 Sat 8 am 4 pm BACKPACKING Learnin( March 18 Apr M 21 Tuesday eenin(s Field Trip April 26 and 27 Advanced May 6 Jun 3 Tuesday eteitrnys Field 'np lune and 8 BACKPACKING INTO THE GRAND CANYON May 28 Wfdne'.day eiMmf VACATION-WESTERN NATIONAL PARKS Fel 6 March 6 Thursday evenmrs PLANNING FAMILY FIELD TRIPS March 12 Apr 9 Wednesday nenines ,• GRAND CANYON WEEKEND ^r Lecture April 15 luesday e>enin|; Tour April 19 20 Saturday and Sunday GRAND CANYON OF THE COLORADO RIVER Lectures Apm 24 Mj; 15 Ihursday efenin(s Trip May 25 June 3 MIDDLE FORK OF THE SALMON RIVER Lectures May 5 and 12. Monday eienii|s Trip Jtly15 2i EAST AFRICAN NATURAL HISTORY SAFARI Joie 7 28 or July 1 22 Mar lanoMay ID wed ani iiors i DENTAL LECTURE SERIES felruary 10 Fiied Prostlodontics Maich 10 Tkc Use ot Dri(s in DeilKlry April 21 Oral Oia|nosis Cellular laiis il Oral Disease Brochure Available on request STARRED CLASSES HAVE LIMITED ENROLLMENT EARLY REGISTRATION SUGGESTED. Senior riii;ensS2 years an4 older may enroll for anji ot the unlimited enrollment cjasses at. half the tee I DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA, LAS VEGAS LAS VEGAS, NEVADA 891S4 Please send the Sprinp, 1975 Continuing Education Cataloi Please send information leaflet on the followiR{ specific proirams NAME PHONE ADDRESS ZIP CODE FOB ADDIIIONtl INFORMATION alout the scheduled proframs mcludinf refist/ation lees rile lir the SPRINt 1975 Contmumt (ducalio* Calalit or request a detailed mlormatifn leaflet alout specific courses Just complete tie attached form iflu may call the Division pi Contiiuin^ Uucalion atUNUal7})]3M I SPECIAL INTERESTS ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES-IUNK OR JUNQUE: Tie World olCollectini Since 1900 Section I 1900 throutli'930 Jaauary 8 Felruary 12 Wed MoroiifS Section II 1940 Ihroufh 1970 Felruary 19 March ?S Wed Moriin{s ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES-MISC. CATEGORIES March 21 May 19 Monday enermp CHILDRAISIN6:PRAC.& DISC. PROCEDURES Felruary 13 April 3 Thursday enenings GARDENING IN THE NEVADA DESEif: A SPRING WORK SCHEDULE ^ Jamaty February 11. luesday eenin|', PATIO GARDENING February 18 Marcl 25 Tuesday £eninf;s INTERIOR GARDENING April 1 Mai 6 Tuesday etenn;'. AWARENESS OF SELF DEFENSE FOR WOMEN January 8 January 29. Wednesday eienin|s JOGGING felluJr'OAf i "[' 'u* Thur-, ifri i; noon Ipn MAGIC FOR BEGINNERS March 10 Aor 12' Monday eenints BOAT REPAIR WORKSHOP Felruary :i and 22 F'liJji e
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Henderson Home News and Boulder City News *'^-Jj. ';^4 Page 17 AET THESE BUYS at SAtmAY n Thursday, January 23. 1975 ^ Topics for Taxpayers LAKE SIZE 'AA' ECGS Lucerne "Ranch Fresh" I-dozen Carton f[Pork& Beans 3Q< ^^^^ Town Howi-ln Sauce 30-ounct Con 4l^ M 30-SllCE BREAD Mrs. Wright $ Quality 1 V2-lb. ^ Loaf More For Your Monty Chunk Tuna 45 Sfor Kijf light Chunki 6'/i-ounce Con • 9^ Ice Cream ..fiO Snow Stor-Creomy-Smooth Goilon ^|^F tm Salad Oil 00 NuMode-For Cooliing or Boking Too! Bottle U K < < You Always ) Get Top / Quolity & ^ • I Savings s At / Sofewoy! STAMP COUPONS \ Meciium Size 3 to S-lb Average Weight Frozen lb g SAUSAGE g HAMS Hen Turkeys IVZ LOI O'Sde A Swift • Buiterball lb W O Rainbow Trout Variety ?av. F'eih & Crisp WHITE FLOUR Kitchen Croft Enriched C So'ewoy Whol Heg-Mtdik/'n or Hot Former John BuH Portion FUIIY Cooled 89 < Ham Slices Fvlly Cooktd-ldtol To Pon-Fry Center • jihof'Oien 17 to 20-01 Silt lb 1 09 Pepperoni Gollo Slic*(< c.t. $ 1 69 lb • 69< BEEFLIVER gFLANK STEAK QCat Food Sterling Franl(S|,0( Sliinleti-FlavorCl & Juicy I"" V Tender And FlovO'tul-Sliced To Po' ^ry I'SOA CKoire Grod" See* To B'O'I PI Beef Brisket s Boneleti-Whelt i< Pemi Cu' 'f' 1" Boneless Roast LSD* CHc'Cr Br" .•j) lb Short Ribs ^crJk" USDA Cno.c G'ooi Bf'* it |99J $139 (' Slomato Juice ^Q( QDiopers!-! P9.QQ< 49' Djpj^ible Toddler P.g ot n 79'; yjuke Dnif P r( /? /)-^/;?} ( ASE ^SiFE^^AV I.IQLOR BIYS 100% Whole Wheot I uu"/o wnoie nneof @BREAD ^ Mrs Wright,^ ||( 1W-lb Loaf tt W S Rolls Cinnomon OOC Mr Wright .Pock oH 2 # # Lucerne Pure Hal' Colion ORANGE JUICE 79' BISCUITS 15' Mrs Wrights Just Boke 4 Serve 8-01 Cons P'ltei |Mtci'e in licnito Sotf*o> VODKA ^ 6" Winneri Cup 80-Pr .-GoUon TABLE WINE LoMeio All ^099 Except Port' Goilon ^^ Suggrifton 'lll'/l'lfl J Wl I POTATOES FROZEN FOOD BUYS! ANGE JUICE MACARONI Scotch TrtOt Concentrate SJ] i£"4 8*01 Pkgt $Buff et Suppers^r^^^l" French Frie$r..:r'i;59* SCorn Cheese Piuo W-oir 16-ei I Vegetobles Scotch T*rot Oolden Kornelt 4 10-0151 kfl-oir Wmlt'Mii lO-ei 49< Peos Voteh Trooi Woffles bal-oir 10-01 Pkgi 4'C1 Lucerne ICE MILK rSolod DresslngAQi I PiedmontOuorl Jor W m \ A R lETY DEPART\li:\T SHAMPOO a lRiCK V # > ;.r' 76 U.S. No. I Russets For A Doliciowl Dotttrt' Holt Ool 89 Tongelos Oranges Minncolo Varit<^ Swee' And Juity Lorg* Sue Novel Voti-'v 8 lb Boq c Ice Cream SANDWICH 'ucerne Croat Ts Sorve Pack of 6 89 TOOTHPASTE 4 6-ounce ^V^ V Tube # # x\ 49 Ml MUMS "> S077 6 in(l. Pel ^^T House PiDnii"::;::;;:.'3" Indoor Plonti ...T.-'.. '. 99' Chill With Beons m Donniton t IS-oi Con Boston Ferns <> iBrh 3 Spinoch Apples Peors Onions Cabbage Celery i'f I'M*Apt|w (*fOn la'e And T*nd#f S'olkt eo 19* 99' |r. LrncftI L. Nc(on. .Secretary This HCfk marks the 2itt>th aiinixi'rsan of a (ati'tul y>i'v\y in the hisl of our c)unir>. Thf Karl of C halham rose in iht HOUMof [.ords on Jan. 20. P75 durinK llu(Ivhatiiires against that lovaj mil rcspcclaliie people." The Duke of Richmond rose III add. • • >ou ma\ "•piiad fire, suord and desol.iiirin. but that Hill not be (government ... No people can ever be made III '.ubmil to a form of (Mivernmcnt ihev ui|| not rec eive." Their (ell* members o( the House of lords did mil a<.>rcc. The debate inioed III the House of Con;mon\ on the 2.^rd. A petition, sij^ned l)v hundreds of Lnglish mcrxhjitUK, called for repeal of the Coercive Acts. Kdrnund Burke delivered a speech on reconciliation vilh American. Parliament did not agree. The motion to repeal the Coercive Acts v.as (lelealed, l**" to 82. At that time there Has about one British ({o\emment functlonarv or soldier in America for each 20 residents of the Ameriran colonies and one of the principal complaints .ii;ain>.i Kin^; George *as ihat • •hv hav errcted a iiiullilude of net* offices and sent hither &warms of i>f fleers to haraft our people.'' \^ e • V e come a long v av, hah>. When the 16th amendment Jihe income • at amendment v*as adopted the principal opposition was countered with the argument that "it it inconceivable that the American people ill (Himit its goxemment to lew an income tax in excess of five percent." in ivvii hundred \ears our government hak "erected a multitude of nen offices and sent hither" an Hrtnv of government functionaries bo that toda> everx fifth penion is a government funciiunarv of line kind or another. Tom Jefferson and his cohorts complained of a I to 2(1 ratio. What nould he do about a I to S ratio. WiMtdrow Wilkun inaifcled tliat a lax impact of more than S Muuld create maasixe resistance Ifial vkuuld uxerthroxt (he government. Nox the 'icome and other taies aoak up ai>oui 4(1 of the gross national product for the support ol goxernnient. f',4 HAVE >y FUN

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Henderson Home News Henderson, Nevada FarOoodfWpredudton I? Page 19 u TO EXHIBIT4-Dan Bunch (1) and Bob Ferraro are shown with a few of the many bottles they will be exhibiting at the Southern Nevada Antique Bottle Show and Sale February 1 and 2 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. DAN AND BOB ARE BOHLE BROTHERS Dan Bunch and Bob Ferraro are two Boulder City men who are hooked on the bottle. Before you go getting any wrong ideas let's clarify that statement to read "hooked on bottles." and add the fact that they don't drain them, they collect them. Dan and Bob will be among the antique bottle collectors from all over the country who will be gathering at the LV Convention Center on February 1 and 2 for the Tenth Annual Southern Nevada .Antique Bottle Show and Sale. There will be more than60displays and well over 100 sales tables to tease and tempt bottle collectors as well as to provide satisfaction for the curious Bob and Dan are both deeply into their hobby...and we met with them last Saturday to view portions of their collections. What constitutes an "Antique bottle? In general, any bottle made before the days of automatic bottle production which came into operation around 1903. Way back when, merchants used to order bottles with their store name formed right in the bottle itself ... and there were bottle companies available to supply their requests at nominal cost Bob's collection includes over 80 such bottles Dan, too, has botby bill harbour ties with names of stores, towns and state formed in the glass Good old "purple glass constitutes antiquity for many collectors, The glass mixtures prior to World War Onecontained managan ese oxide ... added to make the glass colorless. Long exposure to sunlight caused the glass to take on a purple tint. The US. supply of managanese was cut off during the war and other ways were found to achieve colorless glass. So ... in general purple glass dates back to 1918 or before. .Although antique bottles are still discovered throngh digging whether in the ground at ghost towns, dumps, etc ... or in old attics ... most activity now is done through buying, selling, trading or swapping at shows such as the one coming here Both Bob and Dan agreed that althoughcoilectors usually start out by tr>ing to collect ever>' kind of bottle there is, the task is an impossible one ... as a young collector rapidly learns From then on, it's a question of which of the many areas to concentrate on Bitter bottles were once very popular .. and many collectors concentrate on these Some collect from their own state; some may search only for odd shapes such as animals, etc. Whatever direction one chooses, it can become a fascinating and educational hobby Bob's interest was aroused while he was in high school His mother had a collection which she eventually passed on to him He met a couple who were into collecting .. and It went from there. Bob has written two books on the subject which have enjoyed great success Dan was a rock collector ... and while oat searching for specimens used to spot old bottles and insulators Soon he had made the transition His collection includes many insulators, elegant oil lamps and a collection of Nevada tokens. Tokens? Seems that at one time, stores used to issue them as change. They might be good for one loaf of bread, a quart of milk, etc ... whatever was stamped on them Dan hasoneentitlingfhe holder to a free shoe shine Prices for bottles depend on the demand. There are catalogues, books, etc as guides on pricing, dating, discovering bottles Bob mentioned that the top price paid for a bottle that he is aware of was paid not long ago for a broken bottle ... $10,000 The Antique Bottle Show and Sale will be open from 9\a m. to 5:30 p m. on Feb. 1.. and from Park Service Hikes Kach Sunda), an all day Sunday hike is offered by the National Park Service. Departure point is the lobby of NPS Visitor Center at the Junction of U.S. 9.1-466, at 9 a.m. It \H recommended that hiken> bring a robust lunch, snacks, and at least one quart of water. This Sunday's Hil(e nil! explore Hamblin Mountain. Drive .SS miles round trip. Hike about 6 miles round trip. From the summit of Hamblin Mountain, other hiking destinations off the Northshore Road can be seen. This panorama is north e%erv step of Ihc way. ModerMvU strenuous. The Park Ser>icc also offers min^kcs of approximately three hours duration each Saturday. These hikes depart from the amphitheater at the Boulder Beach Campground each Saturday at 9 a.m. Designed for those with limited time and energies, the mini-hikes co>cr approximately three miles round trip and may include a driving distance of up to 12 miles round trip. 9^a m. to 5 p m on Feb 2. A fifty cent donation IS asked .. with a portion of this slated to go to the American Cancer Society There will be hourly drawings and lots of fascination for all. Bob Ferraro and Dan Bunch will be there. Drop by and say 'hi" •'JAILER'S ASSISTANT" — — — — — — —'-Profflort Starts Classes Classes in handicrafts will be held at various times at the Promart store on Nevada Highway, according to Sharon McComb. teacher A door prize will be aw arded Feb 6 when the first classes will begin at 7 p m Theclasses will be for instructions in making seed bead necklaces Feb. 13 the classes will be for dried flower plaques; March 6. Ming trees and March 13, ribbon flowers. /SeaTchiiigfor7%%fi]iand^ X YOU'VE JUST FOUND IT VETS $1.00 MOVES YOU IN AT New Horizons tn the view-rich HcndtrMn hi|hlan4 Hurry! Only a Few Left in Init One Charming 3 4 4 bedroom. 2 bith home* m a ^tting famed for its tpactacuiar views Here. your surprisingly modest purchase price includes refrigerated air conditior>ing as well as builtin dishwasher, oven, range and waste disposal sink unit. Wall.to wall carpeting in living room, hallway and master bedroom Front and rear lawns. Numerous other fin* horn* features FROM $29,950 Boulder City Jou\6%r City't mot admired hetiiM Eqjisite 2 story and 1 story homes 3 li 4 badrooms. 2 & 2'/j baths. Refrigerated air eondi tionipg Walllo wall shag carpcimg througt>out. Garden kitchens. Frigidaire self cleaning ovn, range and dishocasher Waste disposal sink unit Cultured marble Pullman counters. Front and rear lawns. Immediate occupancy. nOM $3i,2S0 INTIRIST ANNUAL nnCtNTAGl MATC CONVINTIONAL MNANCINC Fawn .>ii/.(tr )lii:liumi Ttim uitlim I/>'>I:<>N (>' *.•• lll>)i''>iiMiiitif|/ /', Hii/i % hiiHif • >/ lliiili'm 1)1 ^ LewislH I ('Nil lliHilr/i f tin It Fiiim Mftlh tm Hin lmHliili I.I WiiMi, hl,ll 1,„„ )i/l In IIH ,0)1 I \,l, Hlul .*•>! nilf ,|.jni.1. ICorrvctions Officer) Cil) of Henderson annnuncing examination for eligibilltv lint for the position of "JAILER'S ASSISTA.NT": Salar> Range: $6.S6S7S2 month. Required to ncrform all necessary Jail duties Including preparation of meals, maintenance of Kitchen facilities, and functions relating lo booking, releasing and processing prisoners and supervision of (nistce's. Any combination of training and experience equisaient lo graduation from high school, and one \car experience in kitchen preparing foods in large quantities. Must possess valid health certificate and Nevada driver's license. Prior experience in law enforcement field helpful but not required. *Nole: This position Is funded through the Comprehensive Kmploxmenl & Training Atl-Tille 11. Persons interested arc required lo meet the criteria setforth under this Act. Special and N ielnam era Veterans, unemploved, underemploved and disadv antaged, and minorities meeting CETA guideline*. Musi be a resident of Henderson or live in the unincorporated area of Clark County. Required lo pass oral revicvt Board and medical examination. .\ppllcalions vil| be accepted Ihrnuoh Monday. January 27, 197.S. For further information contact the Personnal Department, 243 Water Street, Henderson, Nevada. Oral Interview; Fridav, January 31, 197.S. FOOD ITE*IS rOR SALE -1 Uh chrrtr. |1 2S prr lb rail S4IS0648, KM-ltTO or S4V705Z REASONABLE TRKK TRIMMING Call M5-MMIor MS7VSI. SALE CAREER wHli MANAGEIMENT OPPOIiTUitiTlfSI If yoB arr a thinkrr. • mpoatiblr ooD-ronfornilit. brildri bring frirndly and rarrgrtlr. If yoo arr mantg ing now or ran Iw tralnrd ta managr proplp. 1 wanl to brtr from yoo Our managrrv Inromr avrragr* more than 120.000 per year I nlimlted roDimltiloBi and all rringr brornu Call Hal KamlaiU 384^121.17*1 W rharlettoB Blvd.. Las Vrgas Imtstwt Divtrsifie^ Sarvicm I DO ANY KIND OF HOME REPAIR that yon have CarprDlrv. Plumbing. Elrctrlrtl, 4 MasoDjy4S8-MSI DRAPERY BLOCK BISTER For real, no Closeout, 103 Fabrics, all colors. Including Sheers, Antique Satins, and neitv. 6 ft. vtindow, floor lo ceiliDg $65.00; 8 ft. S80.00; \h ft. S9.S; add 30"' for lining, inslallation ai our ncl cost. CaU 458-3133. Decorator will rome lo vour home. PI RE DRINKINGwater no longer a luxury. New space age product gives vou bacteria free sparkling clean vtater for less than 2 cents a gallon. For more information Call Jimmv Jones, at 732-4501. HOISE FOR RENT Hi llDfnItr Way. Hrnd ? king ilaed bdnn IZMme MVTSM WANT TO LEASE All rlrrtrlr UDfurn bomr. by rrtirrd profeiilonal man A wife NoChlldreo. No Prti Local rrfrrr nrf t availablr. Day or N Ight. Call 2t3 n B.C FIBERGLASS REPAIRS. GEI^ COAT. METAL FLAKE SPRAYING. INSl RANCK JOBS. PHONE 4S2-OOS3 omesL / Due to our expansion In the BOl LDER CITY HENDERSON AREA WE WILL HIRE 3 Salra Coiuirlon i YOU HAVEhlgbeel laCf grtty stable barkgrouiKl detlrc to worli WEORRdraw rptlremrnt and betlth tnuru>c plan* local travel only higb pamlag peUollal For Appolnanrnl Call 73M4M brtwr^n t'ajn. to S pjn. Pabn Trust I Estate pitmng Division 7600 South fastem WE DO I.IGHTHAlXING pirk up and drilvrry. Call aoytlmr. 5$-M4 Very rraionablr ratrt. LET BEELINE FA.SHIONS HELP YOlPlaa year Spring wardrobe. Have yoor owa homr faihloD (how and ram frer rlolbei. Call Noreof today lo book a dale or te* a raulog. Call {9S-3S32 B C FOR SALE • IH4 Cbrvy Impaia. many new parta. only tZW) pb S4 2702 BABYSITTER WANTED yogr homr or oart, live In or out, • Xo4 IS. SMS3IS FOR SALE By owarr. 3 Bdrm Homr. IV, Balb* ieUer Iban Bew rond. Sprloklrra romplrU. Blork Irntr, Rraionably pr1rd Call 2S-3tT< B C roR SALE lT2 Honda Trail 70 • Eiclnt. Cond only I.SM milfi 1250 Call. 211-1404 B.C. AfUr II am FOR SALE IM2 Cbpvy Brialr. good rond. Good Family Car. taOO Call. 2tl 1142 B C After S p m. WANTED Cbrat type frrrvr Call. 2*3 2UI B (. FOR SAL1^• Msek, ;-kair, 110 Ph MV4001 FOR SALE • I ft. ••fa. with aalcklag ebair ITI : • ft AallMC C*rr UbU, $100. Call tM-mS B.C. CBILD CABB • Nartc. fally rtprrtrmc4. Otitn day rarv for child of working Moikcre Call m-ttlt. B.C. FOR SMX 1007 Plynoath <•lloB Wagon • Aalomatk. with air. Good Cond call ttt-tUt BC. Aflrr4;llp.a. WILL BABYSIT CmUMDW la my bMBT, all afM, ykaoc Sttn. fX>R HAUL By Oner, la hmidrr City, 2 Story CoUalal Houar. on Golf Caww. Maay ritras. Call IM-lSa B.C RLIMAGE, CKAm. A BAKE SALE • Aaariraa Legion Hall. Pch. laL f h.at. U 4 p • SoBcthlag to ploaac rrorybody. Wclroai* Wagoa Clab FOR RENT 2 Bdrm. Fam Apt at 803 Wyom SI B C Srr Ownrr at 1312 5th St Call. 20S-1Z50B.C. FOR SALE Army Blanket M A ray Quilt. M Call 23 I lt2 BC FOR SALE I double dreaaer. Antique green I three drawer cheat Call. 2*3 1423 BC FOR SALE OR TRADE • It74 Honda C T. M. with eitra aeat Street legal, likr nrw. for flthlng Boat of e^ual value Call 2*3 4245 B C FOR SALE Dunr Buggy V W Cumom built. FlberGlaii Top and Body Roll Ban, Radio, ttolh aealt beav-y dolv metal pan ii rear bumper. 14" rut out of pan 48 engine ISOO •erlei. rebuilt lo • H P 13000 Value. tl4*t See Wheelwright. Moorr'a Trailer PL .Sp lOt'Cal! 2*3I2 B C FOR SALE Honda X L Street model. 1972 Slaay Bar 7000 miles, one owner. Nice 5405 Ser Wheelwright. Mnore'a Tr Pk Sp. IOI'.Cali23 I240BC HIAA M.AGIC deNPlop your innate psyrhir abilities I. ram mrdltation fast through privatr trarhlng Classes now forming ( all day or night. Rrv Hoyd Beamer. D M>, 73.S-10.S.S POSITION OPEN FOR F:xpERi?iia;D OR. R-gistpred Nurar 4i exprrleDrrd part time rpgllerrR HALE • MM, I fl eakamr camper. IMf; Klog of Ike Road, aleepa 4. aA. S RL I7B5276. tr* anytUM, 711 Evergreen CIr, UV FOR SALE • SUreo 4 ra4la romb rabiaet ty^, |M. IM0720. Ft)R RENT One bedroMB ayC. downtown. ADIXTS ONLY Funilaltrd tlSS 00 a moaU. Ph SM-MM 2 MATLRE WOMEN want babyaliting Job* or hoate rleaolng. ph. 5V72M. FOB SAli r? Ford, 2 dr gol traDsportattoa car, 545-0087 FXKN STIDIO FOR RENT • Inquire 218 CMU Apt t.' FDR SAIJ^ • woodgralB fonatca t 30 ateel lockera 110 ra 100 queen alae box aprInga A mattretaea from Del Webb townbooaea 125 aet. Sliver SUte naed Fnm 707 N Main St .UaVegaa. 3S4-10S0' M()>,:JE HOME AM) LOT 2 bdrm moblje bone oo aieely laijdtcaped lot, vacant. immediate ocmpancy, lAtal prlte only IIS.SM. Flrit American Reaity-RealUr • .. aW-370 pvea. MB-2 EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITIES DEPT. OF HOUSING & URBAN DEVELOPMENT (HUD) FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION NOTICE TO REAL ESTATE BROKERS The follow Ing properties are being offered for sale. .A 5200 earneit money deposit will be required with submission of sairs contract rrgardlrss of type of sale or loan amoanl. Balance of down payment due. If any. will be rollerird at rloslog Amounts offered above the minimum offering prire are to be Included In down payment as a larger Investaaent 10 the property OFFER.S TO PI RCHASE Ml ST BE IN INCRE.MENTS OF 550 ABOVE THE STATED MIMMIM Retlew of ofTerf will take place In our Las Vegaa office OD: FRIDAY. JAM ARY 31 ItTS. at 11 00 AM and position will be establlabed by the best offer procedure riplalDrd In detail In oar MM Letter 74-2. dated April 5. I74 ALL OFTT.RS ARE TO BE SI BMilTED IN SEALED ENVELOPES WITH THE PROPERTY ADDRESS AND DATE REVIEW IS SCHEDL'LED ON THE Ol TSIDE Terms listed not available to Investors iflnsared noanclng requealed. Subject lo error The following properties bawe been repaired and are being offered with FRA loaaraace and warranty VIlBiaiwn Imrriag Case Number Address .,„ Code BdRms Batha ]i2*naii.us # intiatra* Mr*a It I II naaa Hai t isjaa <.ai isja* M 1 isasa M 1 isasa H 1 ISSM H 1 The following priiprrties have been previously lUted These properties have ben repaired aiid arr bring Mild with insured financing and warranty. .All oflTrrs will be arrepted on a OrM come Omt xrve basis luarfoMruAiP'it Tua< SI Utm4 U2MVIIUI anil Via>arM Wmi lU MOIU U> 0 I II I >•• Maa'w* .HI H< sv MOM: tu aisiit • • <•• • •••• ra Jll-MaUl tU (]? I \l>ara'> HrX ui4as;>t*> i^aatt vn niaora RIM a tU na Wf'S M rr lakiM^t M H< Aox lailM <•• la IS< aaioaal •! lit aS f>t • •alb la aaailKa !• IW ir|Ur waalbly wartaaf, ^>BrM The follewlag property la beiag offered AS IS with lasured nnanrlog and warranty If there are any llema that will be Installed by HID, with no coat to the purchaser at mote-la a list will be found In the kitchen All offer* will be arrepted on a first rome firat acrve baals ii;ai*Mitu 337 •1141411* ii:#44t^ni ut4S4ao.ni ]j;ajitzs^t juaii40ut iU4ii4aa tu U2-UIl > u> anaai us ur aiissa u> JU4I1041M3 U>-M4Mlni m-ataaaaui 44 Arsalraai CIr • • < t:] Vtk ara4 141 .r Drat l.'SJaalprr H>a4 n: LI Pu araa tllU Pu Mraa sat LasU < t Ha4 • ••(.laara M Brmi I II Vlarl' • ••< I IT Omrlt U"t4 *•! >all>a4l Hra4 I4U PalB Hraa *M Pailurtu. Hrat IMM Mul M.I nj MJ ttj III HI H I I I • I • a I Ha I • ai II II ja-i HI • a. I 1^ I I i>t t I m m t t i
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• OK do Henderson Home News and Boulder City News Thursday. Januar> 23. 197.'> Page 20 G A'Cuiifti" Swifli • HOME.SONEONLv::: 3 ttdroomi. fimlly room, flrrplirr. or*. ruiUin tbruoul. Youn for 143.000. Inuiir4latr orrupinryll! Mignlflrrnl view of Lake Mrad $22,500 FHA -U)W DOWN!!! 2 bedroom I bith. doublr garafe, frnrfd Hrndrmon -MOBIU; HOHW,S— OWNEK "SEZ" SELI,:! Thl( 2 yfar old mobile home and feorrd tol In Corooado Ettatei li available now! Adulta only. Price reduced to neiotlible!: OK FOR FAMILIES!! 3 bedroom mobile borne pluii 4,000 Sq FL lol 1*^ balbi. fenced, awning, railed deck, drive, etc... A good buy!!! FOR UlSCRIMINATING ADl'LTS!! See tbiibeaullfully Improved mobile home and lot. Perfrct for retlrei Only f 2,500 INSTANT LIVING ADIXTSONLY'! 3 bedroomt. 2 ba(h>. landicaped, otbrr eitraa. See Ihli one Only 122.SOO Immediate occupancy .Adulli only Price Includra furniture!!' -LOTSLARGE LOT OVERti>OKING for cuitom borne $21,000. BOl'LPER CITY Ideal $9.S00 buya an eitra large lot on Don VIncente Court. Adult* only In Coronado Eslalea will finance. R 3 For $12,200 Build 8 unllfi $3,000 down. Owner 3 only • for mobile bomrt In Coronado Eitatei. 2 for adultii. one for children. From $S.IOO. Golf Course $11,200!!! Mt. Cbarleaton $9,950!! -BISINESS OPPORTlTnlTIESOPEN YOIROWN BISINESSIN THE MINI MALL!" Aik alMut our reduced rent plan. Space for 5 ihopi now available! ON THE HIGHWAY"! A business ltb great potential. eipand!'! Plenty of room to THE DOME 293 1613 or 293 32*7 Come to IfilO \r\ada Highway The Dome" or call Tom Friap at 293 1150 or Mel nuniwi> at 293 243(t. or G A f urlv ,>;milh at 293 1598 "Building A Better Boulder City" General Controctor Custom Homes Builder ADD, ons Repoirs Nevodo Slote Anij Boulder City licenses Bonded THE DOME 1610 Nevbda Highwoy 293-1613 293-326^ MFCHANICAI KOOTl R. call anvlime, 24 hr. sci^icc. No extra charoc. NUes, Sundays, or hoTida>s. Anv drain or scwor 452-6550 or 452-2170. JKII-snsHIPtLlB SINtiI.E Anri.T Get .\rqualntrd" danrcs rver> Kn 9pm Elks Mdgr. 900 l.V Rl\d No ( alMST 1M7 or 4J7 2822 MOBILE IIOiES fOR RENT-I & 2 bdrm Nrwl> furn I III Inc Hendrrion Trir Haven 56S960 DIRECT FROM OWNER 3 Bdrm 2S bath. den. fireplace, living Rm Dining Rm 2 car garage, located on golf course Call 293-IZS3BC HENDERSON MA.SONRV. Ilcrned. bonded. FIREPLACES, blorkwalln Additions and repair work Eiperlenred reasonable All work guaranteed (all Bob DrWItl 564 1487 CARPENTEH WORK remode ling, room additions, pane ling, and repair 293 2252 B C After 5pm BOULDER REALTY MEl BARIOW, Broker Pkono 293-4192 1680 NrVADA HWY. BOULDER Cin, NEVADA PAINTING A PAPER HANCING ROl'GH CARPENTRY. REASONABLE Free eitlmatra Call 293-3290 B C TBIRD I Corpet Core V Complete Floor Care i Free f stimates L 5657848 Ted Bird | \IC0HOI ICS ANONVMOl> Dpen meeting. Wednesdays 7 .10 p m Public Inxiled St Rose de I ima Hosp 564 1077 Box .112. Henderson Ne* -^odio & TV Service STORE k OITICE SPA( E FOR RENT-Prime location, ample parking, refrigeration. Immediate occupaocy Call. 293 1283 B.C. 1 sows THE TIMK ] TO TRIM VOIR TRKKS 1 • all 293-2115 B C for 1 lo X p e r t with 40 years 1 Irxporifncc 1 \NIMAI, ADOPTION accept unwanted pets by appoint ni.nt only Phone 452-4245. PAPER k VINYL HANGING SPECIALIST painting 1 house. MpS Aom or Kbolf PIANO FOB SALE Will retune at delivered location Needs reflnlshlng. Call 293 1283 BC HOLLYWOOD BED Frame with Rollers Twin or Full Site 54I48 I'LL SOLVE YOIR PROBLEMS. Leaky faucets k toilets repaired. Reasonable. Call 293-2511 B.C. ILL SOLVE VOIR PROBLEMS. I.eak> faucets & toilets, repaired Reasonable Call 293 2511 BC TEDDY S KITCHENETTES "Just bring yotir Toothbrush' 2a-l7lt FOR SALE $1,000 00 RCA Color EnlertalBmeni Center needs about $100 00 work, for only $200 00 Call S4 2722 FOR RENT Double or single wide Mobile Home lot. Beautiful view Plenty of parking space for boat, travel trailer, etc Area for garden Block wall on 2 sides 195 Apache Place. Henderson. Nev 160 per mo Call Las Vegas 64t(0253 (WelchI • STORAGE GARAGES • OPEN STORAGE Anrlllfii) tH wktll frM Htilir> rr^lm tf ipt^U b%. S^-6966 151 sniNit Mtivi HiNIKtSON HEAT INFLATION by shopp ing at Paulines • Ladles sportswear priced S3 to $6 Mil and match pant suits, pants, knits, blouses and sweaters Sites 6 thru 44 Pauline s Sportswear. 5000 Hest Charleston. 878 1406 Monday thru Saturday. 9 to 6 ALL TYPt> CEMENT WORK Small Jobs only. ()uick service, reasonable All types cement work. 452-0211 WILL MR COOK'S Electroldl v-aruua eiraaer euktomel's please call this number? 4S74257 CLTON n.eARRCTT RCAt^TV CLARE WHITE • Remodeling • New Construction • Siding rVlnyl & .Aluminum) Ph. 564-5315 General Contractor Bonded & Insured SWn. GRAVE! TOP SOIL Dump trucks bark hoe ServireJ Ibag remrnl for sale call 293 ;il5 B< ttMsavaoM^Bacs FOR SALE 4S yr old Welsh Pony Good with children. $150er best offer 565^7203 or S5891. MOVING? Local or Long Distance CALL \>< NKGAS TIUNSFKn 4 STiiHAf.K. INC 382-1147 Inr \ rec \ slinatei A Aslise vftM t-mcs PSYCHIC GlIDANCE Know Vour Future Love. Health & Business 900 E Charleston 3 35S2 WILL CLEAN Garages sards Haul away junk for a minimum fee Call evenings or weekends 293-2711 BC SMALL Bl SINESS What business opportunity or business lot are you looking for? Come in and discuss your desires with us. • ON DOl BLE LOT Outlying area, ample parking. 2 bedrooins & den. rarpeted. metal uindow frames, ample covered porch, storage rooms, landscaped, sprinklers. f24.gOO Terms • INCOME PROPERTY 3 rental units, close in. Call for price and terms • LARGE BASEMENT 4-Bedroon] older home, paneled liv dining room, ample storage, large utility room, covered patio, small fenced back vard. I24.9S0 LOTS! LOTS: Do you want view of Lake Mead?, .or golf course nearby, or "rural ranch'? See us. • •• PHONE 291 3.V SS4NrxadaHwv. Boulder Cllv. Nc*. OOFS VOIR BATHROOM M V R I, I T E NEED REPLAtlNG-" Free estimates. 5(4 2191 FREEZER OWNERS SAVE THIS AD I II repair your freeseror refrigerslor where I t sits 5442210 MATTRESS & BOX SPRING SETS iSealy Posturepedirt 42 Inc t 80 In value $200 for $75. while they last 876-4871 or 876-5357 ACOl STK S SPRAYl n beauti ful acoustical ceilings thru out the whole house or one room No mess Rrasonabis Rates, also painting & dry. wall 564 1770 HENDERSON PIAZA APTS. FurnisheiJ ontj Unfurnished 2 Bedioom $150 to S17S HEATED POOL 7:U) Crnh'r Si. CAREFREE LAI NDRV in Safeway Plata has vkash. dry & fold Service CLOSE TO SCBOOLS. 3 bdrm, garage, new carpet, yatl*. A^ST $2$.tM. Asaaose very goad IMB Cl'STOM DELini. 4 bdra. t bath, healed PMI. family rm. fireplace, Z car garage, shake r*r. SEE 1)8. PBA L*aaa en iheae TOWNHOME8 SEE V8 far Z S bdrm. with garages. 2 balha. GOLF COITBSE LOTS FBOM $lt,Mt. EXTtA LABGE LOT. 4 kdrms. t balks, fully rm. Itt.Mg Carpal, drapes. SEE 1*8 rOB MOBILE ESTATE LOTS OLDER 3 bdrm. bane far lU.gM. TRIPLEX rOl SALE. gd laea-^e. $U.IN.M. RC^^rAL0 w kave a*mc. Adilta aMlir. FORSAK • Moisin l'tahabn^c I aiilr VAIk, Nevada. BcaMinahle. SM-IMS. f i Stars of tomorrow are being born today DANCE THEATRE WEST 1404 WYOMING ST BOl LDER CITY ballet acrobatic jan lap daocerclie 293-3677 "We're proud lo anooaDce vocal caachlag as part af our new '75 program Solfegc and Bight slBglng as well ss pop mlcropboar tecbal^oei and tape recorded band arrsngemeats wllb your owa voice added are being uagbt by aa aluiaal of the BOSIOD Coaaervatory. We welcome y to become a part of our world." SINCERELY. MISS VIVA f PHILLIPS RADIO & TV EXPERT SERVICE AIL MAKES A MODELS ^i!^!te*' COIX)R T\STEREO nc/i SALES & SERVICE masMt Ltiuiy 564-2870 2 W. PACIFIC .Serving Hendenifln Since 1953 SEA.SONED Pine. Elm. Me quite. Coltonwood. Tamarack, etc Bv the Cord Truck or Trurkload Master Charge or BankAmericard accepted ( omplete tree service including removal A transplanting JOE Gl SKI TREE SERVICE 385 2990 2626 Russell Ave 2 Blocks W. of Showboat INSIRED LICENSED BUNDED FOR SALEAntiques & Collet tables, fine furniture. I'hinu, glass, .1.14 Water St., Iienderson, 564-2157, MOVING Ml ST SEI I King Sire bed and frame wrnught iron base dinette set 3 mos 19 in B A W TV Reasonable Call 451 6635 SEWING MACHINE A VACl I M (LEAVER SALES A SERVIt E A SI PPLIES AT ENCORE 1268 Wyo St In B C or RAS(0 S In Hen derson. or call SORENSEN at 293-3770 B.C. VtW H RN k INFl RN 2 Bd Rm apts In B ( ADl LTS ONLY (all. 293 2702 or 734 $751 SAVH! SAVK: SAVK: Compai'ls to Cadillacs, autii bodv repair, 30n W. Foster Ave. in Hendersiin is having a special on all bodv & paint repair. Calf or eome in lor Iree eslimalrs. Free pickup & delivers. Call 565-666'*. 197.1 INTFR.NATIO.NAl.Piik up I ion V .1<>2 engine automatic transmission, power steering and brakes. Auikillain Fuel tank radio custom interior S.1A95 u I0H4 McC andless International Trucks 48.18 So. Industrial 716-6176. 197S HONDA7S0 has less than I SIM) miles on it $1750. M.Candless Inlernational Trucks 48.18 So. Industrial Rd. 7.16-hl76. 1969 INTERNATIONALScout ^8 4 speed transmission. Mas new mud and snow tires. Has free wheeling hubs stock no. L 1088 $:!(''S MiCandless International trucks 4818 So. Industrial 7,166176. F.MHI FMATIZINGgold crest, logos, emblems and patches, emblemali/ing experts. Call .Nevada Marketing. Call .184-8004. HOl'SEWORKwanted weekends, good orker. call 565-9359. HKlSH-lPHRinCK LESSONS followed bv a game. Mondav evening ^:10. C ertified directorteacher, Miriam Cjiles. Further details ph. 565'M.s2. WALK IN COOIFK !2| 4 bv 6, also ili 6 b> 9. Metal exterior can be as free/er. set outside, works pcrfecllv. 5642210. JOR SALE • Nelson Lots (all 293 3424 B C FREEZER.S BOK.HT I need freeiers w hrlher they work nr not Including older cabinets 564-2210 WHEN l AI ITV VAI IE A SERVICE (Ol NT Count on Fuller Brush (all Martha Dossal, at 293 3687 or 293 1543 GLASS helly s Glass (o • ((implete t.lass Replacement Service | Screens Mirrors Table Tops I .SSNI Boulder Hws '*"*>'" •""> : Ph 4.'51515.1 Henderson Service or : I mergencs .Service Sg4 3103 : LEMEMlliaiiii • • • • • Ill 111 • n^nrry^ Henderson Child Care Center Daily & weekly rates ^1. r,l,r\ Hull. Itnnhirr H„y. Aimilll • • • • • • • ^RBl • • • • • M VEGAS TYPEWRITER REPAIR 1601 ISahara I.as Negas 735 7325 Our special III used rebuilt tvpewriters .Satisfaction guaranteed F(>R BENT 1. 2. A 3 bdrm trailers. $20 to S50 k 56.V 7141 |iHIVR.s I It i;sit Tl.sTS Tofsdav and Hfdnrsdav 8 45 am In 13 noon 1pm lo 4 IS p m ( il> \nnfi rutf i fnifr 200 Wairr .sirrri Room :10 TR.AI1 ER SPACES FOR RENT Hill take 3S to 55 ft long we furnish water sewer. A garbage Hend TrIr Haven .5656960 A&M Electric Inc. tR( .irtrnl \ I omnurrijl V\ irini; • I icensril & Bnn<1 Free fOR RENT hitrhenettes $16 00 wk I tilities paid Shads Rest Motel 565 7688 C.\.SH FOR Yl R OLD ( AR All American \ut Wreckers 1949 Parkson Rd Hend 565 7007 I must sell at sacrifice 1 acre of land at Fsralante Xalles. I Uh $2 000 565 0538 after 5 WILLPAY $10 tn$30 for junk cars. Call. MIKE, at 293-2611 BC. CEMENT MAN Guaranteed Workmanship Hfturl> hasis Large or small Best work in Town Free Estimates 7357912 or 452-8469 IN r ASF OF THEf-f It would be cheaper lo have vour valu abirs etched for idenlirira tlon than Inreplacr them Call 457-3888 HIGHEST PRIt FS PVIII FOR SIL\ER Bu> sell Trade coins See sou at the Swap Meel Saturday FREE TO GOOD HOMES • dogs, cats, puppss A kiltrns of all kinds ages, and colors Dona tinns are accepted and badU needed Phone 452 4245 FOR LEASE $250.00 PER MO. MOOSq.Ft. Office-Store Bidg. LOCATED (across street from new Bank of Nevada) 129 Water Street Partitions Presently Installed Henderson, Nevada 565-6411 p^ ciiMiiiiiiiiiMip ^Piifj^f'i^ IWF DO ( ARPFNTRV WORK 1 1 Odds A ( nds. acousiiral cei 1 1 lings VOINAMEIT WI : Dol 1 IT PROMPTYLY f all 293 1 1 4291 or 2914284 B( EXPERIENCED Cement Fin lber. Patios, driveways, sidewalks, porches slabs, block work 649 2866 CARPET LAYER has rolls & roll ends very reasonable 649 5980 TONY THE TAILOR 38.5-9621 .500 (LARK ST Mens Womens Alterations Sell Clothing Reasonable. Hmlmm HfaCbj m 30 Woter Street Ph. 564-2515 Dl ANE G I Al BACH. BROKER il^/lllilllMliBlIillMiilllillll The following homes A townhouses are FTIA Acquired{ Prop<'rties and have been lomplctelv rehabilitated There is no div riminatinn anyone can purchase Hi.A J re*juires a $2fKiO(l earnest mnnev deposit to he made on] all purchases PropiTties are being sold on a First ( omr; Basis m MORREIL REALTY^ 42 WATER STREr |^ PH. 565-8916 ^ • ^ I • COR.NTR LOT i Prestige Home In Highland Hllla. Dining Room. 3 bdrm. 2 bath. 2 Car Garage l^rgr lot overlooking L.V Vtilev | Nodown to Vets$31.SO00 BELOW APPRAISAL Beautiful Custom BPUI Home. Fireplace. 3 bdrm. 2 haUi. 110 X 100 Lot stir. Dining Room A Famliy Room, owner anxious. FHA or VA 131 JtO.OO REMODEIJF:D TOWNSITE I.arKe lot bordering Boulder Highway Muty mature fruit tree* New roof 3 bdmi, 2 bath. Completely carpeted Sprinkler syalem Many eitraa Call S5-tl1 VALLEY VIEW Ver> comfortable 3 bdrm Home. Completely fenced Man.v large trees. Cloae U> schools. FHA tZS.UO.OO Ri'siilences 1208 Toledo JL^O )tOO 00 IZIL'Tnledfl (20.800 00 208 Vallo (orgr S20 HOO 110 (Notei The above properties are all 4 bedroom Townhouses V an W agenen Van W'agrnen V an W agenen V an W agenen Van W agenen $19 8.S0 00 tlH.5fln0 JlflXSOOO $ifi N.sono S19.850 00 Trailer Estates Lot For Fast Sale MMO 00. Center Street Lot 14000.00 4 Acre 120 X 135 Ranch EaUtes (3500.00 EVALYN I. MORREU • BROKER TRACTNn 2 AS.SI-MPTION $25,500 00 l,ow interest. 3 Bedrmim. 1 Bath Frame-stucco home on a comer lot Bomb shelter ( arpon Large yard Call| Today (.(K)KFRS $52.008 00 On the 18th green Henderson Realtv has a home that' will immediately catch vour fancy 4 bedroom. 2 baths Fireplace, extra large rooms 2 car garage. A well gnximed : yard Fairway lot on Black Mtn Golf & Country Club Extra Large SOLD BY HENDERSON REALTY WS"" Means the manv Mlisfled sellers for wtiian we have wild properties it also means happv huvers who have useid our prnfessional serv icet> i assist them in acquiring the homes the\ wanted for their families You too can benefit b> allowing Hendenuin Really to assist you in your Real Estate neeils Just call 564-251.> or visit our office, located at .30 Water Street i IllI[Mll!Ill(iJ[5ill5illi!l i