1977-12-13 - Henderson Home News

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1977-12-13 - Henderson Home News
Kesterson, Lorna ( Columnist )
Lindsey, Robert ( Columnist )
Raymond, Flo ( Columnist )
Vondenbrink, Dorothy A. ( Columnist )
Zenoff, Morry M.
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City and town life -- Nevada -- Henderson
Community life -- Nevada -- Henderson
History -- Henderson (Nev.) -- 20th century


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A page out of history will soon spring to life in the desert of Southern Nevada when "Old Vegas", a family oriented western theme park and motion picture studio opens Phase I along the Boulder Highway in the Spring of 1978. The development is being constructed by Old West Corporation, which is managed by Old Tucson, the world famous Arizona tourist attraction Heading Old West Corp., i.s Robert Shelton, president of Old West Corp., and Old Tucson. Shelton officially announced the start of "Old 'Old West' To Open In Spring Of 1978 it a Sahara Hotel c^..l..^^n vir/4o .ukiia nm. • j I ^^ .... Vegas" at a Sahara Hotel press conference Friday. Located near the junctions of U.S. Highways 93, 95, and 466 in Henderson, "Old Vegas" will be comprised of 55 of the company's total of 124 acres. Phase I of the park will cost $2.5 million. "Old Vegas" was designed by Shelton and masterplanned by LARC of Dallas, Texas. Principal architects for the development are Wells, Tate and Kennedy with general contracting by Robert L. Smith Construction. "Old Vegas" will re create the vivid and colorful past of ^ Southern Nevada while pro viding fun, excitement and entertainment for entire families. Great care is being taken to insure the authenticity of the colorful history of the area while capturing the spirit of the old west. The western streets of the park were layed out b> noted Hollywood art directors to accommodate motion picture production companies. Plans call for a 12,800 square foot motion picture sound stage similar to Old Tucson's where dozens of motion pictures and television shows have been proHENDERSON duced. Notable among the TV programs were Bonanza, Death Valley Days, Gunsmoke. How The West Was Won and Little House On The Prairie. The motion picture studio will have complete wardrobe and production facilities. Dominating the park from the highway will be the high adobe walls of the "Mormon Fort". Visitors will enter by crossing over a wooden plank bridge which pans the waters of Las Vegas "stream ". Once inside tourists will begin a journey of historic The fort will house a historical museum, sutlers store, rip roaring Hondo Cantina and other glimpses of life in the old west. Outside, gunfighters will shoot it out right before your eyes on the dusty streets of this frontier town. In a quieter part of the park visitors can walk down old Block 16, the street where lots were auctioned off by the railroad in 1905 to lure settlers and stimulate travel to the area Wooden boardwalks lead out of town to a rough and tumble mining camp with sour doughs and claim jumpers There a guest can board a mine train for a ride through the desert. Nearby are the tree lined streets of "Charleston Square". Here children can drive a Stutz Bearcat, watch a magic show, visit the Flying Jenny Airfield or thrill to a daring "roaring 20's" bank hold up staged by desperate i gangsters. Among the attractions in the park will be an antique train, old time cars, replicas of old frontier buildings and See 'Old Wesf page 2 NEWS THE COMMUNITY'S NEWSPAPER including merchants' messages that serve the 9000 homes in the Henderson-Boulder area. Our 29th Year IflSth Edition HENDERSON. NEVADA PHONK 5S41881 -AJ! Drparlmtnls PRK K 15 ( KNT.S TtMtday, December 13, 1977 flnselmo Named Public Safety Director Christmas Parade Best Yet The largest, best ever annual children's Christmas parade was held Saturday heralding the arrival of the star of the parade, Santa Claus. Elves, Christmas trees, angels, packages, bands, marching groups and even a goat named dog paraded down the streets of Henderson to the delight of the many spectators who took time from a busy holiday schedule to observe the festivities. Winners in the eleven categories are as follows: Organizations 12 years and under Cub Scout Pack 22, Den 1, first; Tearso Twirling Corps, sgcond; Salvation Army Sunbeams, third. Organizations 13 and olderJan Butler School of Dance, first; Henderson Parks and Recreation Dept., second. Individuals to 7 years Robyn Campbell, first; DeWayne Emmett Kearns, second; Lance Salisburg, third. Individuals 8 to 12 Vicky Graham, first; Craig Moller, second; Michelle Lee Hamiter, third. Groups to 7 years Daline and Chris Januik, Robyn and Mano Del Toro, first; Natalie and Jennifer Ford, second; Troy and Brad Askew, Julie Baldwin, third. Groups 8 to 12 years The Burton Street Gang, first; Vicky, Angle and Tony Voorhees, Clark Elmer, second; Teresa and Darren Lattin, Mike Vargo, third. Groups 13 and up St. Viator Drill Team, first; Michelle Wilsdorf and friends, second; Dance Theater West, third. Floats Henderson Boys' Club, first; The Salvation Army, second; Be-Be Sitters, third. Jr. High Bands -Jim Bridger Jr. High, first; Burkholder Jr. High, second. High School Bands • Basic High School, first. Marching Senior High Basic High Desertaires, first; Basic High Marine Corps Jr. ROTC, second; Western Rider Drill Team, third. OLD VEGAS A new fomily oriented Western theme park and motion picture studio, "Old Vegas" is under construction and scheduled to open Shannon Hearing Rescheduled For Jan. 25 with phase I in the Spring of 1978. Located on the Boulder Highway in Henderson, "Old Vegas" will feoture frontier rides, a replica of the original AAormon Fort, old western stores and on Indian Village. Feds Rule Out Wheelchair Ramp Money A hearing on an appeal by Basic High School Special Education teacher Jvihn Shannon to resume teaching duties, has been rescheduled for January 25 to allow his attorney, George Folcy, more time to prepare. Charles Fleming, information officer for the Clark County School District, said a hearing convened on December 5 before Hearing Officer Attorney Mike Cherry, but it was postponed. Shannon was arrested on charges of two counts of lewdness with a minor under the age of 14 alxmi a year ago and has not taught since, pending action. The case was later dismissed on a "technicality," and Shannon said at the time that he had every intention of returning to his teaching duties since he had done nothing wrong. Fleming said that following the hearing on January 25, Cherry will make a recommendation to the school l>oard for official action. How ever the determination is made, the case could be stalled longer by legal action on either side. Retiring Dept. Heeds Honored By 250 Over 250 persons attended an open house Sunday, honoring three city department heads who plan to retire January 8. The open house was held in the Aztec Room of the Eldorado Club and there was standing room only as friends and former associates crowded in to wish the best for the three men. Those honored were Police Chief Floyd Osbom, Fire Chief Don Richard, and Superintendent of Building and Safety, Pat Doherty, who were there with (heir wives for the occasion. Master of ceremonies was Councilman Phil Stout, who introudced Mayor Lorin Williams, who made several presentations to the three men. See 'Retiring'page 2 Federal anti-recessionary fiscal assistance funds, stated by the Henderson City Council to provide wheelchair ramps in downtown Henderson for disabled persons, cannot be used for that purptisc, according to a directive received by the city this week. The City Council had appropriated $8,000 of the funds for wheelchair ramps in downtown Henderson to make the sidewalk and buildings more accessable. City Manager, Bob Campbell said, "I am very surprised they choose interpretation, for it is far from being in concert with federal directives on providing access to the handicapped." A letter was received by the city f^m Maria C. Lameiro. Nevada Coordinator for intergovernmental relations for the office of Revenue Sharing, in which she said that the payments may not be used for new construction or renovations which are not repairs. Repairs, she explained are expenditures made to maintain a structure in ordinary. efficient operating condition. The funds could be used for routine sidewalk maintenance expenses, such as patching, "The construction of wheelchair ramps, however, involves expenditures beyond the scope of ordinary repairs, and therefore, is not a permissible use of antirecession funds." s BY LORNA KESTERSON Rot>ert G. Anselmo, 46, director of public safely for the City of Pullmaii, Wa.shington, has been named to a similar post in HcndePkon effective iKtween January IS and February 1, according to City Manager Bob Campbell. Campbell said that .Ansclmo was selected for the recently created position from a Held of over 200 candidates. "He has excellent administrative experience and qualifications," said Campbell, "and an eqaally good reputation to go with them. I'm certainly pleased to welcome him as a key member of the manaKemenl team." Anselmo, who has been Director of Public Safely in Pullman since, 1973, was the unanimous recommendation of Management Assessment Center, a non-proQt consulting firm that assisted in an all-day analysis of the seven final candidates for the position. The assessment team consisted of a professionally known fire chief, police chief, and a certified public accountant with extensive management experience. Interestingly, Anselmo has been the first public safety director for Pullman, assuming that position when both the Fire Chief and Police Chief retired. Campbell noted that his experience in that town of 23,000 population will be beneficial in assuming a new and similar position in Henderson. His salary will be S26,0O0 which Campbell admitted was more than he had planned to pay. "I See 'Safety Director' page 2 Reb*rt G. AnMlmo Public Softty Dirvctor


"OLD WEST" oont from p8Qe 1 museums ot the old west. Future plans for "Old Vegas" call for a resort ranch, apartment complex, motel and over night campground The driving forces behind the development of "Old Vegas" has been the Board of Directors of Old Tucson in collaboration with Johnny Mitchell, founder of Mitchell Energies of Houston, Texas; Cecil Simmons, former executive with the Desert Inn Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, and Ellison Miles, Dallas, Texas oil producer and owner of Hollywood Studios General, Inc. Also attending the press conference and touring construction of "Old Vegas" were Old Tucson and "Old Vegas" board members .lerrv* Blackwell of Tucson and Henry Plitt. president of Plitt Theatres, Los Angeles .\l tending from Old Tucson Corp in Tucson, Arizona, were Ronald Janoff, \\\ Hohde, John Stilb and Jack Wcstenborg. "RETIRING" Cont from (1806 1 ProM'tiiaiioiis were m.idr to the three iiu'n from their departments also, and Gary ,iohnson. c\ccuti\e director ot the Chamber of Commerce, presented the three men with recognition plaques from the Chamber, The three public officials plan to retire January 8. Parks and Recreation Board Meets Tonight Fof* 2 •SAFETY DIRECTOR" Tuttdoy, D1arv .St;ifrord Kilitoii,il .Stiilf Happv PrrbhAdveilisiiiL; M.m,ii;ei Thfliiu Cluvc -Ciit'ui.ilioti MaiM^er Kiisal.t'e Slueki • (MlUf M.ina;er X HookkiiiM^ Knlered at the post ottiee in HendtMsoii. .\< as s'ei)n(l il.iss mailer on June 1 19,')l MllKlf 1 .i|il H, ,1 ,,l Mr.MN oont from ptgi 1 misjudged Ihe market on that type of Ulenl," Campbell laid. Prior to goliiK to Pullman In 1973, Ankelmo wa Director of Admlniatrallon for the Chief of Police In Menio Park, California. He waa with MenIo Park from 1964 to 197.3, and wa noted for bringing participatory management to Ihe department, along with an Improved public image through utressing the "service" aspect. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Anselmo has a Bachelor of Science degree In business administration, and is completing a master of arts degree through Washington Slate University. He la a member of the Internationa) .Association of Urc Chiefs, the Intemalional Associalinn of Chiefs of Police, Ihe Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs, and the W'ashington Slate Association of Fire Chiefs. He Is a member of the Stale Ad\isor>' Committee on Safely Standards for Fire Fighters, and Vice Chairman of Region 13, Washington Slate Law and Justice Advisory Commlltee. As Public Safety Director for Henderson he will be administralbely responsible for fire, police, civil defense, animal control and emergency medical services. These sen ices in>ol\e 100 people and a total budget of $1.3 million. Anselmo and his wife, Dorothy, will be moving to Henderson shortly after the first of the year. Campbell said the appointment will be on Ihe January City Council agenda for ratification. In coming lo Henderson, Anselmo said he sees Pullman without the potential of growth in Henderson. He said he fares challenges with the new position here but said he dealt with the same number of unions In the Pullman Job. He said there my be a shuffling of records to one department, that will be decided when he lakes over duties here. He has already met with police and fire ofncials and the unions of both groups. He said he hopes to wbi Ihe confidence of both groups. Campbell said Ihe cily will still save about $20,000 a year from the iHo salaries of Ihe department heads. "I'm looking forward lo getting down here and getting started,'* Anfkcimn said. "Right now we're looking for a house WITOIRI • m IF ON CMntnU SPECULA VUin VAN WOMS KUiiim ai-nr DESERT TV offers a... CHRISTMAS 2\iSJ2bSb The rcvotutionary Amana. Ibuchmaiic REDUCED MOO" ^^ CREDIT TERMS •i NO PAYMENT TILL MARCH, 1978 -^ U'l.ll 11^ ijiflllill/: • V'3661 MARYLAND PARKWAY Phone 734 06)6 Wsrrioiid S^utrt Sltoppin) (entrr YOU'RE INVITED TO A FREE WELDING CLINIC r ^V;. o 6i 0 YOUR BEST BET IS A GIFT OF LINENS FOR CHRISTMAS THE LARGEST HOME OF LINENS IN TOWN WITH PRICES AND AN ASSORTMENT NEVER BEFORE IN LAS VEGAS. WHOLESALE PRICES -COMPARE ANYWHERE INC PdlCALE SHEETS FIRST QUtllTY FOi 11399 • 3Pr TOWEL$(TSiiNMiNtown(coioi S6 99 •lUMKElS. COMFORTERS. BEDSPREADS -^i^'^A KINGLY EVENT" CROWN BEDSPREAOS&UNENS 1950 E.CHARLESTON L six Miniih!S(N) KJ^' III Ml^M^^l^•^ll HuiM V lor M\ n^Hutl. • i Ihrc*-MonlhN MH) 11 tdf prr *rrfi I The University ol Nevada. Las Vegas presents NEVADA DANCE THEATRE Oil' Saturday, Otc. 17 antj Sunday, D%c. 18 2 p.m. in Arttmus W. 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Hn4rMn Horn* Newt, Htnd*nn, Nvada Tuetdoy, Dectmber 13, 1977 \ HENDERSON POUCE DEPARTMENT FrtNR the Crime PraventlM Unit "SOCIAL CHANGE, THE LAW AND THE COMMON GOOD" t The title covers a broad area of human affairs. Perhaps there ha: never, in the history of this country, been a time when so many people in government and in the community generally have been so much concerned about the relationship of one group of citizens to another. Nor has there probably ever been a time when so much reliance has been placed upon the legal system to effect the kind of change that is desired. The situation Is a particularly difllcult one for governmental agencies which find themselves caught between those who desire change and those who resist change. And. of all the governmental agencies. DRF* '**•* • T seooTEi WORKS MOPEDS PiibawM ,1,11^ erMM IL. perhaps the police are in the least enviable position, because we must often deal quickly with unanticipated crises which arise. Even when there are no crises, police still come in contact more frequently with people, than any other representative of government. As a consequence, many citizens know their government and its policies primarily through the practices of individual police officers whom they meet on a day to day basis There seems little doubt that the way police conduct themselves will have a major impact upon social change and common good. Knowing this, what should the policy of police be' It is sometimes said that all police need to do is remain neutral But it may not be apparent that neutrality is, when confronted with a bulldozer moving ahead and a human being lying in its path to stop it. The objective of neutrality seems clearly to be a proper one. but not easy to define in particular circumstances. If. for example, certain types of assaults are viewed as less serious by one segment of the community than by another segment, does neutrality require equally strict Officer Robert Lindsey enforcement throughout the entire community, or may enforcement remain neutral and at the same time refelct differences in group attitude? It IS also said that all police need to do is to enforce the law fully and fearlessly, leaving it t < other governmental agencies to decide whether policies should be continued or changed. The objective RECREATION NEWS NOWI 1 Lite Your Wty 1/ Candlf Shop // Carries POTTED PLANTS I With That Unique Touch V • Shell QlfM • Will PlequM ] • InceCM • Unutuel MIrrore ^ • Retigioue • Jewtlry • Mecrtme • n*igioui Sietuee • Occult SuppliM HYDE PARK SNOfflNQ CENnR PUO K>OraAll STANOINOS at el October ]9, 1977 3rd A 4th grade* RAIDERS 50, RE BELS 3-2, STEELERS 3-2, COUGARS 2-3, DOL PHINS 1-4, WOLVES 1-4 FIAO FOOTIAU STANWNOS 01 of Octeber 39, 1977 Sthi 6th grodet RAMS 4 0, VIKINGS 31. RAIDERS 3-1. SCORPtONS 1-4, CHAR'JERS 1-3. REBELS 0-5. $WIT$ There will be a meeting on Wednesday. January 14th and January 21st in the Planning Commission Room of the Civic Center Annex for the purpose of covering the rules and foes for the men's basketball league For further information please contact Dave Curtiss at 565 • 8932 Why just exercise when you can Swim away those inches' Lorin Wil liams Indoor Pool at Basic HiRh School offers Women's Swimnastics; Monday. Wednesday and Friday from 4 to 5 pm for only $1 50 per week, or 50 cents per session Recreational SwimminK hours at Lorin Williams Pool have been changed on Tuesday and Thursday to 6:30-9 p.m. mn 4 ifvsicii CMismu LARGE SELECTION OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS FOR EVERY AGE SPECIAL ENCOBE UIAM flurriR i.,iu*Mw *29^ lacn Musi&cmisnus SOMS 10% OFF wtn Twt tt layawavs available ALDe PAULISiii.c....r rnn t ItmUMd Hwf 7IIM Jf ''Chmtmas is a special time for remem^ beting special people with special giftsr Just a phone call with any major credit card and your shopping is done... Let us take the Hustle* Bustle out of the Holidays for you. AND Stop in and see us from 8 to 6 u The beauty of a Holiday Arrangement is sure to delight ever>'one on your Christmas list. Make this Christmas truly special for you and yours. FRONTIER 87 E. LAKE MEAD DR. 565-6511 FLORAL HENDERSON CLASSES Starting off the New Year are more exciting Arts it Crafts classes! Why pay high prices for copper enameled jewelry and art objects when you can make them! Classes' for chil• dren from 5 to 8 will start Tuesday, January 10th for 4 weeks from 3:30 to 4 30 p m Classes for children from 9 to 14 will begin Tuesday, Januar\' 10th from 4 30 to 6 p m. Fee for 4 weeks $5 Tic knots for fun or profit • Learn to macrame' Adult classes are starting Tuesday, January 10th from 7 to 9 p m for 4 weeks. Fee $5 plus materials Get in on the latest! Vogue and Cosmo say its chic! "Time" says you need it! What is it that can change your life? Our classes in Belly Dancing. Astrology, and Assertiveness Training. In Belly Dancing you learn to use the muscles in your body in a controlled manner becoming more graceful as well as having the possibility of losing a few inches. The classes arc held every Thursday, beginning at 630 p m. for a fee of $12 for four weeks. Learn more about yourself through the science of Astrology Write your own charts and discover your relation to the zodiacal signs' Tuesday nights 7 to 9 p m Fee • $10 per month Assertive Behavior is defined as "behavior which enables a person to act in his own best interest and to stand up for himself without denying the rights of others Through the efforts of Parks & Recreation, wc are again able to offer this outstanding class in human relations for the small fee of $22 from 1-3-78 to 2 21-78, Tuesday mornings from 10 am. to 12 p m. Sign up now' Room 22, City Hall Annex, Henderson NOTE: We have extended the registration period for 3rd thru 8th grade basketball teams. For more information please call 565-8921 Ex 34. SPECIAL NOTICE On December23 from 5:30 to 930 the Henderson Parks L Recreation proudly presents "The Basic High School Choral Group singing your Christmas favorites Reservations for caroling to private residences are being taken in Room 22, Civic Center Annex for a modest fee of $5 or phone .SeS 8921 Ex 34 Perfect for that added touch to your holiday festivities. of full enforcement of the criminal law isoneot the traditions of the American system of government This IS proba bIy what is meant when we say, with pride, that ours is a government of law and not of men But the objective of full en forcement, if taken lit erally. is not possible, and even if it were possible. It would result in a clearly intolerable situ ation Whatever was said about our traditions, we do not in fact want an automatic mechanical en forcement of our crimi nal law Rather we want an intelligent and re sponsible exercise of discretion in the development and implemenation of a law en forcement policy which is effective and consistent with the requirements of law, and with the traditions of a democratic society These are objectives difficult to achieve They are doubly difTicult during a period of rapid so cial change. To some extent, responsibility for the development of law enforcement policy at the local level falls upon Mayors and other officials, trial courts and prosecutors But it is apparent that much is left to the police agency In a period of rapid social change, it is important to ask how an officer can steer a course of neutrality if he cannot rely upon the principle of full enforcement of the law against all citizens, regardlessof social or racial status'The difficulty of the task makes it tempting for police to fc^5^ NEW CARPr STEAM CLEANING PROCESS m mmm UM row DW nn Mmw MW ON LOCATION UPNOUTERY CtEMINt MU NOW 87S4)337 UnXSTBIV acMooi W.B.M. MRPn CO. BUY AT THE "RAELE McCOY" SALE • SAVE *20oft s $mos juNioi s smos UMTOMimT 1512 E. FREMONT • 3M-1330 bdi^aie*Atf!*rfMH ^MkAAi A******* pretend that the prob lem does not exist, or that the responsibility is not ours, a common and understandable public attitude of many police officials today But 1 have been long con vinced that police agencies have as important, perhaps more important social, ploicymaking responsibility as many local, state or federal administrative agencies And the common denial by police of this fact has had an adverse effect upon police them.selves, and upon the communities which wr serve TELEPHONE WORLD By Dictaphone Big CleMut e( tl*pKen oniwtring dvict in stock Big Sovingt. Comt in i M our full lin of d

HciKUrwn Hm NMrt, Nndrn, Nvodo ^-^ Po94 Raye's Knick-Kimck Shelf .. • M^IW*^ CHRISTMAS is not only for family and friends, but the "Spirit" is for the lonely stranger as well! Christmas is for everyone, and whether celebrating Christmas or Hannukka. it is the Holiday Season of Love and Good Cheer! Lovely Marie Seegmiller and her pretty daughter, Jenny Cote, contain much of the true Holiday Spirit in giving and wanted to pass this suggestion on to you! Each year the Seegmillers picked out their in dividual "needy" family living in Henderson. The family would usually be strangers but in dire need Mr. and Mrs. Seegmiller together with their own children would share the joy of giving each year pur chasing a large order of groceries and little surprises for the "picked" family If there were children, they would include gaily wrapped little toys and games This year Jenny has her own family and there will be Joseph and Jenny Cote's OBSTETRICS I QYNECOLOOY WMM a. wfartti Mj). Pttrkk M. RiMfam MJ). WMM F. ISUMM, MJk LM. Dear Patients, As of Dec. I8t, 1977, our North Las Vegas office will be moving to a new location. Our new Address will be: 2S2SllraM Us Vaps, Rsv. NIN (MgM mAimH WMM'I NMIM) Far Mralta piaisa sdl 731-2118 TlM* fti far ywr own project of surprising a family less fortunate while Mrs. Seegmiller carries on in the family tradition. Imagine the heavenly surprise each year when the recipient family find the abundant gif^s on their doorstep leR by warm hearted strangers! Linda Murphy of Henderson reports that the Nevada Boxer Club (Boxer dogs, that is) opens it's membership to those who own a Boxer, have owned one in the past or may in the future If you are interested in the breed. Phone Linda at 565 7459. l:nda serves as Corresponding Secretary of the Club while Hendersonite Margaret Hayden serves as Hospitality Chairman. Incidentally, Linda's "Hitone Broom Hilda" just gave birth to nine bouncing and healthy pure bred Boxer pups. Linda is mighty happy about her "Hi Cone's Diamond Jim Brady" one • year • old Boxer capturing the Winner's Dog of the Boxer Breed at the Silver State Kennel Show on November 27th. "He won over older and more experienced dogs," Miss Murphy related! Sharon McCulley passes on this suggestion for "macrame" enthusiasts. Purchase ten lb roll of natural jute. Measure what you need and dye the ]ute yourself "This saves quite an expense and you have an array of dyes to choose from, states Sharon "Bleach removes dye .stain from the sink immediately," Mrs. McCulley added. Greg and Janet York celebrated their ninth anniversary on November 16th with a quiet and romantic dinner at home Mrs. York received a beautiful white fox coat with leather from her dc voted hubby The Yorks are blessed with three little "Yorks" with Garrett, 5, Jajean, 2, and Danielle • 4 months old The following night, Janet and Greg enjoyed an eveningout w ith their friends. Joys following the journey of Mary and Joseph to the Bethlehem stable each year through her Advent Calendar. It is a huge map with tiny little paper figures. Each day as Christ's Birthday ap proaches, Adrienne moves the Holy couple and Three Wise Men fig ures closer and closer. "I really look forward to celebrating like this each year," Adrienne said, "in that it puts more meaning into the anticipating and meaning of Christmas!" Tuesday, Dectmber 13, 1977 KUNG FOO EV SAYS; When driving your own particular 'rick shaw," remember; He who hesi tates is usually lost; while he who doesn't hesitate • may cause a loss! REMEMBER' SOBER IS SAFER! Tidbits for the Knick Knack Shelp and Hen derson Happenings may be contributed by phoning Rave at 734 2390. \;€TrtlH,TA1tr\H<,"MAM MAPI • •'VNlMtli.-S, "in'Mu £.1I.A ;,Ik-AlM <>N Tv^u"; fUTIJV ANi-'iTA.nv Ajyi^TMlriC Adrienne Pease enValley Bank introduces Express Banking in Henderson. Because you hate to wait. Volley Bonk is bringing o whole new^ kind of service to Henderson. We coll •? it Express Donking ond it storts wt^en you drive up to ony one of our new high-speed windows. Stop in and see for yourself. You moy never ogoin hove to wait in line to cosh o check or moke o deposit. Thot's whot hoppens when o bonk decides to help you sove time and money too. 'bke an activdntefest at Valley Bank PtKifk & Mater SUccts. Drive through wfndowi open: Mon.thru Thun.9 am-4:30 pm, FH.9 am-5:30 pm. The teleprinter wai invented by David Edward Hughei in the 1800. OHS DISTRIBUTINQ Wholesale • Retail PET SUPPLIES Only The rinest P'cxJucfs For Voof Pel CREATING A LEGEND -Noted Hollywood Kulpter Jim CoMy worki on the itotuo that will mork the entrar>ce to "Old Vegat" a now family oriented western theme pork ond motion picture ttudio now under construction near Lat Vegat, Nevada. Phase I of the park will open in the Spring of 1978 and will feature frontier rides, a replica of the original Mormon Fort, an Indian Village artd western museums. Letter 1 .,y^ -^t^ h'//'^^'' Dear Henderson Home Ncus: On behalf of ihc Henderson Christmas Commiltce. I ould like to personally ihank you for your donation to our Henderson Christmas Program. Vour warm donation helped lo make Christmas special for the Children of Hciuitisi^n. Thank you once atjjin. With personal regards. Henderson Chamber of Commerce (s)Gary .Kihnbon Executive Director With personal regards. Henderson Chamber of Commerce (s) Gary Johnson Executive Director MTItBVTORS rat [ \*)r"e Pet Food • • Q'W)m QftX'00t IMMi 9 USED PIN BALLS JUKE BOXE( BILLIARD TABLES F008 BALI Cueiiyr Aitkjoe Modeii. Etc. Cueto Cue* t Sxpp.*e INSTANT CREDIT TO AU. 732-3808 3473 INDUS! RIAL ROAD CORNER V SPINQ MOUNTAIN IN TMI ^^ SCHIFF PLAZA •^1 Me AMCWT AMP towtati' wA^ -^E FIRST MILITARY C^GAMZtTlOW

Hilron Home Newt, HvndtrMn, Ncvodo You've seen them on posters, magaxine illustrations, greeting cards Pef Peekin^ FEATURING: The DasbiNg Dochiliiifiil The "Dapple Po9 5 Tudoy, 0*cmbr 13, 1977 by Flo Raymond and just about every ad vertising media possi ble. They are those elon ijfTjrj OLD COUNTRY STORE Nmt SkipmtfUM Arming MontUy Fumltura QlaMwin Ltmpt ^ Orlanlll Rue* Oockl • P THE PAWN SHOP \z\:\ n.iiH Hv,\.. n:'\ ^4 ;ti2fi gated, short, soft • eyed long eared little dog: known as the "weiner' or "hot • dog!" They art cute, spry, highly intel ligent, versatile, self willed, playful and highly individualistic! They are the Dachshund! Dachshunds all have the same type initial shape but they come in many varieties There is the standard smooth coated Dachs, the long haired and the wire • haired Dachs. They come in colors such as solid red of various shades; black with tan spots, black nose and nails; chocolate with tan spots and brown nose Coming into popularity IS the Dapple colored Dachshund lor spotted) Dachshund is Utvrman for "Badger doK First recogniz'd in Germany in the i,eventeenth century, he was a good hunter for wild boars, foxes, wounded deer and his specialty, badgers This dog was very much like our modern smooth and long haired Dachs vhen he came to the at tention of hunters The Dachs. then as now, was bred for strength, stamina, and courage. Owners of the Dapple smooth coated standard Dachshund and miniatures are Mark and Linda Fields of Henderson, Nevada The young couple acquired an interest for the breed in 1968 and after reading up on everything obtainable of the breed, they bred their first litter in 1970 from top quality dogs. In fact the Fields became so interested in their little "weiner" dogs that they formed the Las Vegas Dachshund Club in 1973 when Mark served as President. Mark Fields also serves as an AKC Professional Handler for Dachshunds. .\s to the life span for this hardy little god Donna stati-d, "We've had one that lived up to 19 years The average span is between 15 to 16 years "Champion Mein Kinder's Color Me Dapple" (Abhyt has captured quite a few cups, ribbons, trophies and credits for the Fields Abby is a standard smooth Dapple and made her master and mistress mighty proud when she captured the top winning smooth Dapple Dachshund title in the USA for the year of 1976. Another up and coming "prize dog for the Income Tax Tips from First Western Savings You may be throwing owoy up to $7,500 per year in deductions! Tax laws, enacted in 1974, now make it possible for professionals, aalf-amployed businessmen, even individuals to save, with tax-deferred dollara, towards a more comfortable standard of living in retirement. Let us tell you the more important details of each plan. INDIVIDUAL RETIREMENT ACCOUNTS (I.R.A.) 1. Contribute up to $1500, or 15% of your compensation, whichever is less. Your contribution is fully tax-deductible. 2. Your earnings from this plan are fully FREE from Current Taxes during your employed years ... and during those years, our daily compounded interest rates will be working for you. 3. If your Wife is employed, she too can contribute to her I R.A. Plan. Thus it is possible for the two of you to save as much as $3000 each year, tax-deductible. 4. If a non working spouse is included the maximum for the couple is 15Vo of earned income or $1,750 per year, set up in separate accounts for each, with a maximum of $875 m each account. THE KEOQH PLAN (HR-10) To qualify for a Keogfi plan you must be self-employed in an unincorporated business. sole proprietorship or partnership. You are not required to have all or a major part of your income derived from self-employment. However, if your company has qualified employees, they must be included in your plan. Under the Keogh plan, you can save a maximum of $7,500 per year or 15% of your earned income from self-employment, whichever Is less. NOTICE: in order to qualify for a tax braak in 1977, you mutt set up your plan by Dtcember 31,1977. Howavor, you may daduct contributions you maKe in the early months of 1978 from your 1977 income tax return. For spodai consultation at your office or ours, Ptione: Hilda Alvarez Lyie Hurst 385-1911 First Western Saving K Association • Main Office IIH Us V>gas Bld Soulh • La;. Vegas. Nevada^7 '-^^ Fields is the diminitive, sweet and lovable "Maxshon's Li'l Silver Doll" or "Molly!" Molly, a Dapple miniature, is starting on the show circuit with the hope of .stashing up credits like her good "friends" Abby! The little badger dog has a good deal of selfwill and as Linda told us. They take command oi the house without you realizing it within a week or residence!" They adapt to climate, terrain and general change easily They do not shed; are very clean and thrive on your love. If you have no love in your heart, not even for a helpless dog, don't get a Dach.shund! Thi>y wouldn't be able to bear the "cold" hospitality Kven with the crude reference of hot dog' the Dachs is a sophisti cate Men who usually wouldn't dream of own ing a small dog, end up invariably with a Dachshund if he has to choose because of space restrictions The Dachshund "floats!" He doesn't walk, you will find him like a little legless "hue" w ith the mid air glide he has. His front legs are shorter than the back and you will not find a dog with the gait of the Dachs He is to be found in country homes for the more dis criminating, rm'ht to the plush apartment dwellers of New York's Park Avenuel He rivals the poodle in glamour prestige He is a little dog you can be very proud to won. Linday laughingly tod us, "When ever I drive through town, people who know our little red station wagon point us out as the Fields Weeny Wagon!" Mark and Linda Fields love their dogs and all breeds "It is just that we have found everytning we were looking for in this breed. Linda added, "and that is saying alot af^er owning and enjoying other breeds!" So he is low; so he is long; so his is floppy eared, so he is the Dachshund! The world may have it's porblems; everyone may be hot and bothered, but the little Dachshund travels along with his floating gait, with his pretty little nose high in the air thinking, "I'm a little bit different, and a big long, but I am an aristocrat, that I am!" PET TIP: Linda and Mark Fields find that the Dachshund, although hardy, may at times be prone to back problems such as slipped discs. They advise owners to please keep their Dachs thin. Also to clean out their ears with a cotton ball and rubbing alcohol, being careful not to penetrate the ear. Only clean what you can see. People who own Dachshund or are interested in the breed may join the Las Vegas Dachshund Club by phoning Linda Fields at: 565 0308. If you own an interesting, different or champion pet and live in Henderson, phon the writer at 734 2390 for a possible write up. 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Htndtnon Homt Ntwt, HandarMn, Navodo ^t 6 Inquiring Camera Girl By Flo Raymond Ton i)'S QiESTIO\: Do you think that the Holiday Season is overly commercialized? Explain. W hat w your ideal Christmas Holiday? Twtday, 0cmbr 13, 1977 NOTE Infpnicus were conducted at the SAFEWAY STOKE Boulder Hifihway. Henderson Nevada JANET WAFFLE Homemaker • I certainly do! It starts much too early and people invari ably run themselves into debt and over do physically Christmas is not celebrated with the meaning it was intended More of a religious thought instead of expen sive gifts should be stressed Children should be taught the original Chrislma.s thought The Holiday spirit should prevail all year long Instead of purchasing gifts for people one hardly knows, the families should get to gether. attend church and pleasantly spend the day. ADRIENNE PEASE (daughter. Jennifer) • Homemaker Yes' It is very much overly • commercialized I've seen advertisement start in some stores as early as October That is just too much! About one week after Thanksgiving is time enough to start the Christmas Season There IS too much stress on "Santa and expensive gifts The stress should be on Christ's Birthday with a spiritual family • type celebration I also think that homemade gifts hold more meaning. Things people make or create, even baking gifts These type of gifts hold more meaning for me BELINDA REBER • Rainbow Club Employee • Yes' Christmas is a more spiritual holiday Children are much too enthusiastic about the presents which is not their fault since it is caused by the adults They should be taught the true meaning It doesn't mean what it used to years ago Christmas should become more family oriented and time should be set aside for spiritual reverence The family dinner and gifts should follAw the time for prayer and remembering the Nativity BESSIE HANKINS Retired Nurse-Yes! It is a religious holiday It happens to be the birthday of the Christ There is just too much glitter and Santa Claus Im not overly religious but it is good for families to attend church together The true meaning seems lost, it definitely is too commercialized. JUDY WATSON Homemaker Yes! The advertising starts too early m many stores I've attributed this to worry about sales competition They wouldn't have to worry if they sold things lower in the first place I do enjoy gift giving Our family has always been "big on Holidays I enjoy the spirit of the Season and grew up in the happy atmo.sphere Holidays should be festive with family and friends VIOLA HEINLE • Homemaker • Yes! There is just too quick of a start to the season It has become too modern with emphasis on new fads of toys jewelry, and all sorts of expensive gifts Some of the toys turn out to be real "duds" and are simply a waste of money. The Christmas commercial build • up misrepresents what it IS all about, the birth of the Christ! SI MM iR): The people interviewed would love to return to the "Currier and Ives" description of an old fashioned hoUdny. They would like to capture the friendliness^ spiritual' ity, piood cheer and simplicity of the event. Concer Screening Clinic WOROEN'S FURNITURE A CARPHS MATTRESSES ORAPEBiES UPHOLSTERINO DISCOUNT COURTESY CARD Come in & visit our Store & be eligible for a $5 gift certificate 6e' BAWtS'OOiS mm ) ( • • • • .ii And yo'j a'e emitied to 8 25". to 40'. Cash Discount on 8il nierca'idise Saina Fiir Trade inseccild. 5643 W. CHARLESTON Bui. 8r8-543 t-AS VEGAS, NEV, 89102 Rn. 878-4803 Ai.'t^'ori.-fd bv 'MX. • ( 1 oij.n r PRE-CHRISTMAS Su^^ St MoD-Frl. I to 4 .Sat. i 7 l • Mon-Frl 8 t 4 Sat i t. Ci Litton Breakthrough! Introducing the \ exclusive Me2d-In-One Microwave. (r? ^ ::^ • GJD I'" H m .. GD GIDCZD SAVE TODAY! M<>),'i !>4n For tiM Aral tiaic. cook 1. 2. 9 4Mm**9k\ foofU. all •! OM<. All at th< touch o( d hngrr JuM put on<. fur). lhie (d — ever\ < compete m*l — into th lyvtn Th*n pfogram lh idid s\t\* tnemory to f hange (rmporaiuw or tim and codling sp^ed automatically a ii cookj And utth ttic exclusive Meal In One" cooking syJlem microwavps jurround and cook the (ood nv)re evvnly evfrvlhing v, done at once ll s microvtave Ciioking like never before Mor A4vc4 UMOM Fatwa. tkfluwv,' M *! In On'*" cix^kinj v*i-m • La'9 1 '' 1 u '>v cWin kiwi mlenur btgiitT than m<*>l mtcniwdv-v fvvnN • Van Ci>k" lanAhk' pvvn CDOIrnl • Van Temp" auiomaiic t.'mprlurerontml with lod M-nfrX • Snhd Uatf f^Jfh f""!'"' • Memo<\-m*i' Mrfo.v Pro^rtm Cnokmg • Aotnmaiic detml • Rtrry>N,ahlf (^n tack • • "W mmuK digilal nnw • \'*l [^ Com(4elf Mei MicroiKivr C/Jokwg • Fjmilv we Micro Bron-ner' gnll wan gnBi. hrou•n^ J.,i pan r-S Linon j cMnpleif 'me r>( imcroav pM-ns ihai • up '" ^^ morv energv 'han a conwnttAnal eiecinc rangt 345 N. EASTERN Litton... chanftin^ the way America G)ok6 DICK URBAUER'S


Henderson Home News. Henderson. Nevada W. POM; Tuesday, D*ctmbr 13, 1977 What's This? Santini Votes Against Our B-1 Titanium Loaded Plane! FREE WELDING CLINIC Morris DeCow of Henderson Builders Supply it hotting a free welding clinic thit Wednesday, December 14 at 7 p.m. There will be o demonttrotion of the latest techniques, then you get an opportunity to try your hand ond see how easily you con do a number of repoir jobs with the new welder. Coffee and donutt will be terved at the clinic. SOROf^lMISTS MAN KEHLE Members of Soroptimist International of Henderson assisted the Salvation Army lost Fridoy by manning their Christmas kettle for ten hours at the Eldorodo Casino. From left to right ore MUNKiPAL COURT Cmr OF HENDERSON Judge Jensen^ Presiding Wanda Millis, Soroptimist president with members Charlotte Crowley and Koe Wingate. Soroptimists have also been purchasing arts and crafts supplies throughout the yeor for residents of Glen Hollo Intermediote Care Facility. WASHINGTON. DC. December 7. •Congressman Jim Santini (D-NV AL) yesterday voted to remove funds which have been 'appropriated for research, and development of the Bl, although no money will be saved by halting the project at the advanced stage which has been reached Hendersons TIMET plant would enlarge with B 1 work, if it were approved. The Congressman's position was not ?up ported in the final vote, however, and tlie House decided to appropriate the funds 166 191 The Senate had earlier deleted the monies at the request of President Carter. This is the third time the House has voted to keep the funds even though the President relong Time Resident Dies Luther R. Zimmerman, 88, passed away December 12. He had been a resident in the area since 1943 and was a retired custodian with the school district. Mr Zimmerman was born December2,1889 in Creighton, Missouri He had resided at 339 Water Street. His wife died in April of 1976. Sur\ivors include one son, Paul Zimmerman of Las Vegas; four grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Cryptside services will be held today at 11 am. at Palm Mausoleum with Rev. Bob Richards of the Community Church officiating. Premiere To Aid Abused And Battered Children Tuesday Dec. 6,1977 • 9 a.m. J.icquelinc Shearer. parking in a red zone; DNA. bench warrant issued. Tucf 'la) Dec. 6,1977-10 a.m. Claude Cox Jr.. 24. speedint; 32-15; fined S34. Wednesday Dec. 7,1977-6 p.m. David Gene Childs. 18. reckless driving; DNA, S250 bail forfeited, bench warrant issued. Billio Lee Garfield, 55, iilegji sh(H>ting; pleaded guilty, fined S25. Willima C. Silva. 18, conlrib. to del. minor; pleaded guilty, sentenced to 10 days in jail. Vagrancy; pleaded guilty, sentenced to 10 days in jail. Th(>maN Henry Guisewhite. 35. no registration; DN.\. bench warrant issued. Steven Craig Erickson, 30. speeding 65-45; DNA, bencli warrant issued. Donald Ross Turner, 44, speeding 55-45; DNA, bench warrant issued. Barbara Ann Hill, 21, j-Hiss-substance not in ICC; fined S300. Resisting arrest; fined $75. Roger Lloyd Svinning, 34, disorderly conduct; pleaded guilty, credit for time served. Cynthia Lou Buckniaster, 18. coniribut to del. minor; pleaded guilty, sentenced to 10 days in jail Soliciting rides; pleaded jjuiliy, sentenced to 10 days in jail. Parkway Theater Manager John Malone discusses program of the premiere of the film "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" with Columnist Mary Anderson and Children's Village, U.S.A. Chapter President Cindy Doumani. The premiere, which will take place on Tuesday, December 13 at 8 p.m. at the Parkway Theatre will benefit children who were abused and battered and also research into rehabilitating parents who are found guilty of child abuse. The premiere will feature a champagne hour with Hors D'oeuvers and a Pre show in which Gone Marvin will interview persons who have had UFO experiences .Also on hand will be Dr. J. Allen Hynek, the foremost LTO researcher Many celebrities will also be there to help raise much needed funds to find a permanent solution to the problem of abused and battered children. Manv children in the Sign Up Time For Rotary Biddy Basketball League Avelina L. Bargas, M.D. General Practice & General Medicine announces the relocation of her office to 4230 Burnham Suite 200 735-8883 By appt. Hey, Kids! All youngsters between the ages of 7 and 12 ... now is the time to sign up for the Rotary Biddy Basketball League, being held at the Henderson Boys' Club. Sign up can be cone anytime during th" month of December. The league will get underway the first week of January and tho program will run for two months with playoffs in March after which ribbons and trophies will be awarded. Volunteers are needed to help coach the teams and it is anticipated that more than 60 kids will sign up for the new program. All that is required are sneakers and shorts and the desire to learn the game. For further informaion or for signing up for he league, contact Tom Salazar, Boys' Club Athletic Director. next few weeks will be celebrating a happy Christmas with parents who love them, but there are many who will not because of the abuse that they have suffered at the hands of parents who abuse them. Help these children by spending one of the most exciting and eventful evenings of your life. Tickets can be purchased for a donation of $25 which is tax deductible, at the Parkw ay Theater box office, or at the Show Tickets outlets at the A laddin Hotel and the El Morroco Motel. Further informaton can be obtained by calling 451 2504 or by calling Event Coordinator Frank Bisognoat876 6373.YOU are urged to purchase your tickets early to assure this to be a successful evening. quested the bombers not be continued. On June 30, President Carter had announced his intention not to build the B 1, but to rely instead on the aging B-52 to meet national defense needs During yesterday's debate. Con gressman Thomas Luken (D-OH) argued for the funding of the B 1 saying "We must recognize that we have made a promise to the American people to provide ample national defense systems Without the B-1, this promise is impossi blc to keep" He later added: "We in Congress should not make this mistake. We cannot afford to jeopardize our defense efforts and our SALT talk efforts A vote against the B-1 would create an even larger breach of trust between the Congress and the American people Because the research and development prog rams for the B-1 bomber have already been ap proved and are in opera tion, by cancelling the program at this late date, a large amount of money will need to be spent just to halt the project Con gressman Bill Chappell (DFL) explained "Ifwe take the action proposed by the chairman of this committee, we will take out some $462 million and then go out and spend another $750 million in cancelling con tracts For a total of $990 million monies which have already been appropriated we can ob tain aircrafts five and six and complete this vital research program Aircraft numbers five and six represent an essential link in the B 1 development cycle. Four Boys' Club Chairman Sends Thanks Govanna Ford, arts and crafts dirccinr of the Henderv>n Boys' Club, wishes to thank all those who contributed with materials, supplies and volunteer help with the Boys' Club float which wiMi first place in the C hnsinias parade, in the float catcg(.''y. Contributing materials were Tops Market, Stewart's Quality Christmas trees. Bob Jones and David Miller, Helping with supplies were Henderson Safeway Store and Henderson Builders Supply. Volunteers who were a great help include Red's TV Service. Rosalie Bargcr. Ray Baca and the Craftsman Club and a special thanks to all the Boys' Club members and staff. This was the first float Mrs. Ford has put together, a job she had IUM anticipated would be quite as time consuming or difficult as it turned out to be, and she is most grateful for all of the assistance she received. VOLUNTEER HELP NEEDED Volunteers for the V.A. Outpatient Clinic held a short meeting December "^ to organize the sale of their ctn^kKxiks. The b*H)ks, which will sell for hO cents, will EOB Board Elections Mrs. Carole B. Depue 44. a resident of Henders>n for the past three years, is running unopposed for the Economic Opportunity Board of Clark Ci>unty Board of Directors to represent Henderson. She has served many religious organizations and RRR projects locally. She was also an aviation advisor for the Explorer Scouts, Boulder Dam Council. contain the favorite recipes of the ladies. The money is used for financial help at the clinic. For further information call 5h5-824' or 5h5-"':Q4. More volunteer help is needed for the clinic. Anyone from veteran's organizations who is interested in donating a few hours of time a day or ^vcek would be most \selcomed. B 1 bombers have already been built for research, and two final aircraR are in the planning stages for final study Congressman Bill Alexander (D-AR) pleaded with his colleagues i ask the men and women of this body that, while the cruise missile IS in the development stage, let us not gamble on defense, let us not play politics with national security, l^t us continue the research and development that is necessarv to produce a manned bomber should the cruise missile fail to produce the results that are desired." The future of the B-1 now rests with the Senate, which will probably vote on the funding measure after the Christmas recess. Christmas Meeting Preceptor lota held its December 6th meeting at the home of Mrs. Clinton Lyons. A program on nail care was given by Mary Lou Fielding. We learned about diseases of the hands, study of our health, how to mend a broken nail, hand and arm massage, and the steps for giving a manicure. Ladies attending the meeting were Dot Swackhanier. Shirley Gove. Judv Hampton. Mary Lou Fielding. Gloria Castlebcrr\, Grace Shiles, Selma Classen, Georgia Lyons, Fay Williams, and Barbara Garvcy. Shirley Gove suggested a ways and means project. We could sell calendars, and cards. The next meeting will be January 3rd at the home of Grace Shiles. BASIC READY MIX SERVING HENDERSON & BOULDER CITY '. TWO NOW WE HAVE MIXER TRUCKS 7 DAYS A HTEK Sat

Tuday, Dc*mbr )3, 1977 Pagt I 2CTH CCNTtCy HCTEL v m 0^1 r "Si u m m I THE fICST/iNNLAL 193C% CLiSSIC C4C AND CASH €IVtiW4y CELEE^riCN. $11iC)C€Hi C ash I^KtitS'C\erl,nn ctal Events [ICrMB[R8THRU31ST 4 MAJOR EVENTS PER HOUR FROM 1 P.M. UNTIL 11 P.M. DAILY ] CT Drawing for $ 100 Cosh Prize on First Draw / Ji^i. Drowing for 25 Free Pulls on Our Lucky Slot EVENT ^'iQChine on Second Draw Drawing for 15 Free Pulls on Our Lucky Slot Machine on Third Draw 9Nn '-^^'^y ^^ Drawings Each Hour at 21 r\^ii! T "-"^^ Roulette Tobies. Winner Receives 1^ Y ^^ I Triple on Money Wagered at Drawing Times Pius, Additional Bonus Calls Throughout the Day. Opn Double Jackpot Time Called on Over One *^'^'^ Hundred Seventy-Five 5c, 10c and 25c Slots. Pays on all Jackpots Over S10. EVENT 4TH EVENT SUPER KENO DRAWING Free 10 Spot Ticket, Each Winning Number Pays S5 Minimum Win $5. 'Does Not irKiuoe Carousel, or Mefc^>o^dl$e Siou Weekly Drawing Sunday Evenings at 7, 9 and 11 p.m. (All daily drawing tickets will be held over] For COLOR TELEVISIONS GRAND PRIZE DRAWING NEW YEAR'S EVE-DEC. 31ST. at 11.45 p.m. For CLASSIC CAR (Winner must claim prize by stroke of midnight at Cashier's Cage upon Presentation of Proper Identification) WHAT A WAY TO START THE NEW YEAR! BONUS: Win a new car or a full length ranch rrTink coat on our special 5c slots 24 hours continuously. Everyone who conries througr^ our doo' receives o tree d'owir%g ticket Ticliets oiso gven with every purchase rrxjde wifhm tr> hotel ana on all lockpots. Winners must ^je present for oil drawings 20th Ct.ntury Employees and their immediote families ineligible. THE "CLASSIC" PRIME RIB DINNER with all the trimmings, plus a glass of complimentary wine ... 2 for 1 $6,95 6 p.m. until midnight aOTH GermjRV 8 Solicitations Approved For December The following charita blc solicitations were approved by the Solicitations Review Board at its December, 1977 meet ing: NATIONAL FEDER ATION OF THE BLIND To sell candy door • to • door to raise funds foi the local chapters operating expenses and for purchase of educa tional material, from 12 2 • 77 to 2 • 15 • 78. ST ROSE DE LIMA HOSPITAL AUX ILIARY • To sell rafne and dinner tickets for the annual Mardi Gras Ball to raise funds to help pay off the mort gage on the Professional Building, from 12 • 2 • 77 to 2 • 4 78; HENDERSON CHRISTMAS COMMIT TEE To solicit dona tions of money from local citizens and husinosf-os to rai>c funds for the purchase ot Christmas decorations for the City, from 12 •277 to 12 • 31 77: UNIFICATION CHURCH • To sell vari ous Items by general contact to raise funds for the church's general fund; from 12 -2-77 to31 -78. In addition, the following solicitations were ^"approved by the Board in prior months and are still in effect: SALVATION ARMY To conduct a mail solicitation for donations of money and to sell can dies door-to-door to raise funds for food and toys for needy families at Christmas • time; from 11 4 77 to 1 • 29 78; EMBLEM CLUB OF HENDERSON To sell raffle tickets on a "Holiday Cheer" basket to raise funds for their various charitable projects; from 11-4 -77 to 12-1577; KONTIER GIRL SCOUT COUNCIL • To sell calendars and cookies door• to door to raise funds for their camping programs and other scouting activities, from 11 1177 to 1-31 • 78, ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA • To sell candy door to • door to raise funds for a scholarship and for donations to aid the hard of hearing, from 11 • 19 77 to 2 • 18 78. HENDERSON YOUTH FOOTBALL LEAGUE • To conduct a raffle, concession stands, bake sales and sponsorships to raise funds for the purchase of new football helmets and uniform pants for the players, from 11 • 1077 to 1 • 10 • 78. BOULDER DAM AREA COUNCIL. BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA • To sell tickets to the annual Scout • 0 Rama to raise funds for equip mcnt. supplies and operatmgcosts; from 11 19 -77 to 1210-77, CT CANDY KIDS -To sell candy door to door to raise funds for a class trip to the San Diego Zoo. from 1010 -77 to 120 • 78; YEARBOOK STAFF VO-TECH-To solicit ads in the yearbook to help defraythecost of its publication; from 10 • 7 • 77 to 12-16-77; NATIONAL FOUND.\TION OF THE MARCH OF DIMES To solicit sponsors for the annual Walk .^ Thon to raise funds for the prevention and treatment of birth defects: from 101 -77 to 1-1-78. Any other solicitors for charitable organizations are operating without benefit of a permit and should be reported to the Henderson Police Department immediately. 565 8933 Wolves Rop Roadrunners i BJMC High Scho*>l won j a haitic of the winlcss in ) hjskiihjIlat'VyTcch Kri)* dav nighi. | As h-8 Ktnnv Lslcs \ ciMiirollcd thf backboards and scorid a ganic-high 20 p.iinis. the Wolves \ p<^Mcd a 'S 55 victory over | ihi host Roadrunners. \ N<." 0-4. Vo-Tech is still \ riddled hv ilif flu Starling • ^uard .Krrv Larscn and siariing forward Oscar Owens both missed the game because of illness \ while Roddie Rushing. riiONennj.; troiii the flu. came off the bench to finish with 15> points. The losers wen led by guard Lamar Patterson's \^ points, most of them coming on long-distance shots. Lyles had three fouls in the first half but played carefully the rest of the way. Basic's record improved to 1-3. j Basic jumped on the home team for a 15-8 first quarter advantage and increased its cushion to 38 M at halftimc. The Wolves outscored VoTcch y!-lA in the final two periods. Tonv Willoughby added 11 points to the winners' cause while Lamar Patterson was the Roadrunncr leader with 18 points 1V\ 11 < iMV • ... • j JTfi *•,* • ;.; iI He;oy <9ci • •%11ic mnye' ; i f S C'* TMi )' '113 'f," •! *' jM (CO • 1 0 J 4 r traf :' < It't 1 II >! tm* 3 i> a-n .T • • r 0 !• M-U 0^' .'WP*'' *' B*" u FOR

Mn(lrMn Homt Ntwt, H^ndtrton, Nevada UGAl NOTia M 1M • OMIN JUaOM MfMCT oegtt 0* tw n*ii e> MV*M M AND IM TW OPWrr 0 CUM Nue OM • 4 I* mten ioifn*towtuH IT RUM M*tM*U CAN NO *ir*MI UMUtMlONO. *l TO NUIAM WIWOUWW. ••>• dW^ rOU Alt WMIf NOTWN itwt MtM tm kM M>4 In KM sWot-MlMM MNM Billioni of bctru mty b formed from iin9( ptrtnt m 24 houri UGAL NOTICE M nm MMTM nnoki mama coutt Of INI SIAT10* NrruA. M *N0 m IM COUMTr 0 CUK M* AIHIII •UMAMO MtOMMO MAKAUMO. iwMWrf. Ifri •• *0e triart AM. at wlOrfi Hfw* M4 ^*M VW mt% f^vifd H k* pnMM N yw AMM M <^M* HW tail MHO iM> 14n •* itaMxto'. itrr lOltnA lOWMAN. CWit IT lUfMt lAAISMAU. tWfwty (iMi) tOMTA IIHWAA MAIAUMO. jourr. uMA I wwnt IT (I| I*K A Wtnfc MOn A IMIW Ml lOTt CarMO. WHt )I0 SUMMONS TM SIATI Of NfVAOA UNM ( rO TMI AlOVl NAMID OWVMOAMT • > an Kaiibr •wmmanad ax4 Ka^ala*^ ta M'va <•• W ikM taa m iw a^Mi y. aiflMna al Hia ^ al HMtaa N • •ad •• Aa aa. |A.aiil kf M*rfl vMt W aAax aaui raw laf lt )aMa < • • • << In 1^ Canpla*n* TMi wMan K km>tM la i'' n i a |W| >al< N • DM 11. K. I'. It?r, ian ). I*7| n l MfiMk ia^itat OM day W Da•a. 1*77. at V-M t'lta* a m W aatd av, a< IW CavM Maaaa. In Mia CMy a< Ui *aaa. Caanty rf ClaH. SM 1. 1*77 (Wall HOai II. W. IT, l7;.ian 1.10. 1*71 IM TM BOMTM MOKIAl HITIICr COUIT Of TNI STAH Of NIVADA IN ANO fOi THI COUNTT Of CUM nuD Dai I 104 fM nr IMfTTA lOWMAN. Clii IT COUHN OUmUN IN TM MATTIi Of TMI ItTATI Of JOtHW SACCNIIil. Oaiaaitd NOnCI TO CMHTOIt le DariHaMMl NaH h Kaik> (taan llamba< If 77. at lt natka Oatad Oacanika* I. A 0 Itrr (i| fawla >t ilin MaWy f AUU SACCHNII MAIIT ftANIUN. MXUII I DAMUS. CIttd M Oa< 13. 10. 11. I77 UOAl ADVtinSiMNT M OOMHtANa WITM. AND fUtSUANT TO mvl > Of TM fMUC WOKS IMflOTMiNT ACT Of l7 At AMMOfO (ANniKItSION MCAl ASIISTANCil. TM CfTY MIIIT IMOtrt TM fOUOMMNO ANTMKISSION nSCAl ASSISTANCI fUNOS SKTIONC MCAI TIAl I7*-If77 (Myl. l*7*iiinaM, 1177) Fuacaaa r fa>**ia tl tiifaaiin liaa aMcnfrioaf •"•MJI SaciaaC 1 Amai y a AnoracaMiaa 1 ^'KM Auiuoca •< 1 lAtttr July 1, .fTT AAT.rcaai.aA f'lcai AiBiBtBKa 'unat ^av nai m mm—t'Km >a caanai ataniairaa.l 'Omt caMll Cfiva CM>M< 1. ^'Bil tad itntrd •anin'tntian i 1 1 2. Canarti 'jBhc ^IIIK|< 1 1 1 i. L'^rwat S.ial7 < A..Mm i 10. ^gi'Ct i |ll. ir 1 a Sf-artia 1 1 1^ Oi^tf iiaitaoaa 1 1$. ifi and • •otaaan 1 14. Haviini la* i,ian 1 17. intvaii an itnarw stki t ijl. JH'"T itli** >atr(y AibiUt7 sn>f rwar Co9UT ;unhaM ; II. NtM|4 'aMurCtt | a. All afiar toacy unnMMur Ptte< 1 I II Of IT VIDIMmOM 21. ^nnota< 94id 'v ma '•ati'maat al tMart* wai or lont.ra'ai ftanaaa ndabtadnatt. Eiciuot inivaii gavinants -tosT it SIR I, iinu 17 i|. u iMrriiai, *IM< ula Ann. 'acaiiiai f'tea' Afaifianca NM TM AtOVI MMNT MMANO IT TM NNAMO OHAITMINI. ANO OAnO 1*77. OWAU L WHITM NNANO OIMCTOI iOtOttft A. orrcuH In old Chin* • rifittry writ kept liitinf ill the local gods tncirntti LEGAL NOTICE tyttaffk al ANNUAl JtATIMINT Of Ttia Or*4 Wvl4a !•. Ia> Itn yaw n4a4 iwiy It. 1*77 Uaattaii al Mtwt^l Offl n dair aaaatntad and at Cawt al MH Staia al Nwvda ki and fat MH Cwnty al Clati miD OK 7 1 11 fM 77 lOttTTA lOWMAN. CUM IT KUNI MAISMAU CASI NO A 17100 IN TM MATTII Of TM ISTATI Of JAa INTIAmi. Daaaiad NOTKI Of SAU IT lltCVfTO* Of HA. ftOMITT IT MtVATI SAU NOnci IS MHIY OIVfN Mial JflOMi MAO. liacwH' rf Ma iMaH l Jack In iratta*. will tall. a M Mia Stata al Navada. m and far tka Cawnty al Oatk. al fttiala lala. ta tka kl|^ii kid da> anMiallMidayalOacamWt 1*77. a< 1 00 f ni. at afta* taid day. at t^ law iMtaat al HAIIT I CUAIkOIM. iSOWM. IM taatk TWfd Sttaat Ut Vafat. Naaada all ika >lit. htla and iniaia t i and attata al data Aim at Mia tima d lut daaMi. and all n(fct. tMa and intatail Mia aatata kai. ky apatattan ti law a* atKaiwiia. ataa'^"* 0^Ml^ VnS^. 49 M ttVVVrlV^ rt. ^^^1 OT HMO daradant al Mia Mma al kta daatK. In and H TWt patttan al Oaoammani lt Twa (II in Mia Nattkaaii Onana. (Ni' 4) al latttan 1. Tawntkip 11 Sawtk. lanfa 41 latl. MD I AM diMiOad at lallawa MOMNINO at a pamt in Mia SaiiMi Una •f CkaHaMan kawlavani dttfam tia>aa 40 •aat Sautk and Ul laat lait al Nattiwait •vnat al M>a Nattliaat t Owaitat |Nf'.| al lald SaMlan 1. kvt nat laii al MM Nattk and Sawtk aantat llna til tald fa ani man! lal Taia (1); tNanaa SaaMi and patallal la MM Watt Una al wid aaitminant Ut twa UladMantaal I *S laat H MM NtMtoatt ttttiar al iKat ia>tain pofial tl land nvayad ky J WILDON WHSON. at va. ta AUin flANIIUN, at in. ky Oaad datad My 11.1 Ml and taw^ad Aapaal 1.1 • kaan at ft a t amtnl Na. Ifttfl. Cl aik Cawnty. Naada tatavdt. Htan t a Waal va^M ^^B '^ • BTw n*ia w ^^a a^^a • ^"^•^^w aatat ta twa Na^na^tt tfnac ^ta^aat. kainf a palni 1.1 MM taM llna al tKa> latain paitt l tl land canvayad ky W S fa<4. a* ui M MOMU C OAinsON. at VB. ky Oaad datad •ahtwaty 10. 1*41 and .aatnlad in iiak 10 al Oaadi. *aft Al, CtaA Caanly. ?=f • • T T-rr" f 09* 9 TMtdoy, Oocambcr 13, 1977 Fifty porcont of oil Mcoitd bridoi in tftii country rtccivt i diimond tngogtmont ring. LEGAL NOTKE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE Mona Of AfwcAtiON IM PHMIWON W AWtOftUW TM fWMK WAtMl Of tM nAII 0* NtVAM 17. 1077 iNa IMOI NaNat N kattki fltan Miai an MM I SMi day^>linal77.AlatS l a lnkarg Ifcana lalnkani al San Clamantt Stata CallianMa •tin4t if*llMtli la la kai m dtfcaia an yiidi H i a m id laatv at a palni lataMd wtMdn MM MIV. N|V*. tattlan 14. T lit I All M D I M. at at a ^nt Itam wMA MM M tattMf al MWIaaMan lAkaaitN 70> H •ri. a dMant* al AM 77 laai Watat r I M OaMmkat 11 tl al aaili MMtaan 1*0 laal SauMi W MM NaiMtaatt l atnai tl tka taid aonal tanaayad ta HOWlU C OAIIISON. t> HI Mtatita H-ttt lanaa J IM laal la a paint In tka Sawtk Una W CMAtUtTON MHUVAM kaln • AvWvP PIMM W#^KW; VA0nfl4 ^ • •W^ ^^r ^r v9tv v*vn^ anS aSi^M t*fl# ^ vAArt9^90n laaltaaid a dlitanta al IM laal la MM paltM d kaflnninf Tanat and Ca n dliMiii al taia: Catli. in B*M tf lint pwklliatian Naaaokat 11. 1*77 •aM al latt paklNatian Datamkai 10. 1*77 M Naa II. I*, ftai 4. 11. 10. 1077 ••WMWIW*t#H 9y •"• vH#f9, W BS StMRMnM if NAIIT I CUNOMN. ISOUNI. AMat nay •• Law. IM lavMi TMid Stiaat. Ut ^1 ^ HOTHSM OT IMC NSMM w^m • • PIW NM 4Si(V W DATK Md< 7Mi day al Oatamkat. 1077. MAM7I CUAWOIM JAMISJ UOM IT MMIS J MOWN I MIDI In and fat Mia CaMMfy tl Oaik NUO Ml 1 1 II fM. 77 lOtfTTA lOWMAN CUM ly Callaan Owlnlan Cata Na AI7M1 In MM Mattai al MM Applkatian al lOUIS TVAOTMT UONAID. lat dtanpt ^ nnM NOTKI Of nUNO ffTTTTON fOi C HANOI Of NAMI NOTKI IS MHIT OIVIN Miai an MM Ind day al OaMmkat 1*77. aNtltMn wai Alad >n MM akavantitlad Cauit ky lOUIS TIMOTHT UONAID. prayint Miat kH nanM ka dMn^ kOUH TIMOTNT UONAID) Any aartan dawnnf ta akfact ta tka fianttnf al laid fatitMn may da ta ky Al inf tkitctiani in wntinf wttk tKa Cla*i tl laid Cautt nat lalat Mian MM MMI day al OBfamtot. 1*77 OAT10 MMt IM day al Oatamkat. 1*77 MUMAT POSIN ITD A fialaittanal Catparaiian Mwii a y Aatin ly Calvin f Moflaky Attatnay lat katttana* SI7 latt Sakaia A>a Swita HI Ut Vapai. Navada Ml 04 H Oat 4. II. 10. 1*77 IN TM MOMTN JUOKIAl OISTMCT COUIT Of TM STATI 01 NIVADA. IN AND fOt TM COUNn Of CUM Nt Al74*47 HAliT NNIIUTIIN ftainltH. MHAA UNOUTDN. SUMMONS TM STATI Of MVAOA StNOS OIHTINOS TO TM AlOVt-NAMiD DtflNOANT 7au ata kattki tummatiad %ni vaawiiad ta >a~a iipan iOHN W HUNT. ISO plaintUfi attai'My aMiata addtaai It 411 Canan. Ut Vafat. Navada an a m a n ta tka CampiawH atcfc n kaitaltk MniMd wpan yaw. wttktn 10 dayt ^v ta^Mta 9/t tkit Svmniani wpan yaw. aitlwalaa W tin davaltanma M yaw lall ta da ta. I wdf m tnl ky dalnvit wKI ka takan apainti yaw lat MM lalial daniandad m tka Caniplalnt ISMI II u^ actian in Oivatta UMfTTA lOWMAN. Claik a) CavM IT MAIT ANN fINCH OAlf ttataaikai 4. 1*77 (laal) H. Bat 11,10.17.1*77. ian 1. 10, l7l IN TM UOMTH JUOIClAl OISTWCT COUtT Of TM STATI Of NIVAM IN ANO 101 TM COUNTY Of CUM nuo Da< ) ) S4 MA 77 lOIITTA lOWMAN. CUM IT JAM MOTH CASt NO Al 74*17 In tiM kUttti tit tka Htantal lifltti at ta USA MKMUJ on. a Mina' NOTKI TO kWCMAH L OTT natvral Mkai al TOU All MHHT NOT1M0 Mtat MMn( totaiaMmCawn aitkaCt m liaa ii Malta*, in DapatnMni Ita .. in MM Cawnty al Claii. -^ ktenday. f tkiaaf| 4. I VTt. at MM katn >t *'00 a m at lakl* Hma and plaaa yaw aia laawtiad la ka ptataM, II yaa datlta DATW MMi S day al Da t twkti. 1*77. LOIfnA lOWMAN. Oaii JAM MOTH Ai^aall. lOM N Oai II. M. 17. 1*77 Jan 1; l*7t NOTKI Of fUMIC MtAtmO NOTKI IS MIHT On^N Miat a itoaHn, tl tka DIttntt An Hllvtian ijtnn^ NitHn| laaid will ka kald an MM 14Mi day tl Oalamkai. I*r7.at7 JOf M (nHMdamani Canlatanat laam at MM OMHII MaaMi Caniai. 411 Skadaw Una. Ut Vafat. ^t^^^Vtt l^tt WttV^AA f^ VOVfVA MOfv Ml 44* • • aftA WWrtft Wt9^% • ((••Ilfc 10 Co94% Cawnty. Navada TKa mi aiainf w* wiaMait pa^wlring HaarUCanNnwattanal la^watt lat MaaMnf ky CmZINS POI MWAVAI. INC Alll faitat Aaanwa. Ut Vafat. Navada, ta^aatttng Walaat al OWiat la < Cvddy tl Ut Vafat Stata it Navada mtdt applMatian ta MM StaM Inpinaa< rf ttavada lai pa* mitiltn ta appaaptata 4 0 aa t an d Nat ^ MM pwkkt atan al MM Stata al Naitdt AOOITtOMAl SUMMON! TM RATI 0* NtVADA MNM OMfl INOS TO TM AMM NAMW NMNMNT la taava apan MU. UAVm I MMM. CTO I litdpii.UtVafa.Navi..laaniataaila SNAf TOW 11Hlawlda>Mifk.y M-Naa A. II. dayalaN* IIyawlall •• da 10**TTA lOWMAN Cla rf Cawtt ly AIMNA MANO Oapwty Claik (SIAI) OATI Oat II. 1*77 MNav 11. I*. Oai 4. 11. I. 1*n UOAl NOTKI TM* OWvnaklla N H ka aald la kiplMil kidda* wkan titit it akialnad ky matkanii I lian Satlal Na IMSTVMIMOAI. UtanM Na Nana. Na flatat laptttatad awna Kaaan J Alkant. lai Al) Anka> City, laaai Ufal Ownalama NaHM II kaiaky flvan Miat I SNAf TOW will tall akava manlianad piapaty an Twaaday. OaMmka* 10. 1*77 al lOa m at SNAf TOW. Ill* laa^ldat Nifkway, Man hi MM llfklk JwdMal Oltlttet Cawia if MM Stata rf Navada. bi and fat MM Cawnty tl ClaiA Mlad Bai 1 4 17 fM. 77 lOtmA AOatMAN. CUM ly COUJIN OUINUN CAM NO AI7AMI IN TM MATTII Of TM Af^KATWN Of JAMtt OAMH WTSOAI INOTVIDUAUT |T ANOTMtOUONWSOUAIOUN AO UTIM fWIUlf WINSITO. M'lllONIiS. fOI CHANOI Of NAA* fMwnd tawiat at a paint laiatad witkin tiM NI'. Sl'4 Saiiian 4 t I4> I 4)1 M 0 I AM a al a paint kan. wtMtk MM SI aanaataltaldSarttanAkaataS 04'eOI a dlMa t Md al 1000 laal Wata< will ka vtad •at liflfaHiii pwipaaat Natn Janwaty IM H OaaatMkai ) I ai al aaak yaai Oala al krtl pwklnatian Navtmkt' 1* 1*77 Data it latl pwklitaiian Datamkat 17 1*77 (ajMUNOO WISTHOAie f| n I*. Oaa A. 11. 10. 17 1*77 In tka lifktk iwdttial DiattMt Cawtt af tM Stata tl Nt.ada bi and fat tka Cawnty ,) Clatt Na A17MII POrTONO HVAS. SNAf TOW ll]awlda> Hifliway Mandaian. Na.ada MOIS NNav 1*. Oat A. II. 1*77 In tka llfklk JwdKlal (kttnti CawM al tka Stata ^ Navada. In and lat MM Cawnty al Claik Na AI7)IA4 MAIJOIH lOWIIHAN. ftamiiM VS OUT lOWIiMAN. Dalandant SUMMONS TM STATI Of NfVADA SINOS OfHT' INOS TO TM AlOVI NAMie OOMNOANT Tawatakata^ awmnMnad and laaviiad ta aatva wpan MU. UAVTH 4 OlMN. aO plaintiff i attamay. wtMia addiwaa ii 401 I Indfai Ut Vapai Navada an anawai la tka Caniplaini w^ttk it kaawitk taniad wpan yaw. wiMwn 10 dt^n aitt aatviia ^ tktt Swnimana wpan yaw. ataktan^ ^ tka dayalaatviat Nyawfailti kyd lallali laatt al mantaft ptattntly aalttlnf katNOnCI It NNMT OIVIN Miat an MM Ind day tlOatamkai. 1*77 a Haitian waa Alad in Ika tkaaa antlMtd Cawtt ky JAMM OANWI WTSOAI. a niinat and fMHU* WINSITO Oaa i ditn Ad Utax la. MM aald mmat lat Ordat al tka Cawtt ikanfinf JAMiS DAMIl WTSOtrt ^-m t. JAMIS DAM 1 WMSITO Any paian datinnf ta aktaai la tka •**ntin tl laW lailtMii •> dt aa ky Hknf aald r kiattiaii nat lataa tkan Oaaamkai 10 1*77 WITNISS my kand and Saal al ikia Cawta. MM ]nd day il Oaaamkat. 1*77 lOIITTA lOWMAN Claik ly COIUIN OUINUN. Oapwty ftatntt Cawtt taat MAMT I CUIOOINI Harry I Claikama IM Sawtk TSifd Staaal Ut Vaai. Navada MIDI Attamay la* fatitianata H Oat 4 11. 10 1*77 CMAlUt IMN ItVAt. D ala idt n i AMINMD SUMMONS TM STATI Of NfVADA SINDS OIHT INOt 10 THI AlOVI NAMID 0WINOAM1 Taw aM kataki aiitiiii—d and 'a^witad la taiva wpan IDWAID WIINtrilN ISO plaintiff I antinay wttaaa addiata la DOS Ut Vafat Uvd S Ut Vapai taavada Ml M an antwai ta tka Amandad Camplaini akt a k la kaaialMi Mnttd wpan yaw. wlMwn 10 dayt altar tatf fllkMtSION TO AfPIOWIAH IM futuc WATfit or rM STATI Of NIVADA NOV II. 1*77 Applkataan Ma 114)4 •tatiw n kantki ptwan tfcat an aha 111 day d Jvly. 1*7 7 Cavand'a J SmHkVin lant rf Ul Vapaa Stata al Navada >MAa applitaiian la ika Stata Inpinaai al Naitda lai pam n aMn la appiaanati 4 0 aaiand laal al Ma pwklw watan if MM Stata al Nt.adt Dtvatwan M ka mada tfam an wnda-piawnd tii M at a pamt laiatad wttkin tKt tl'a M'a Vaattaa U. TI4t lt)l MO IIM at at a faint ham wtwak riaa N| lanw tl aairf lataian 11 kaaiaN M'0(7| a dialanra t< MOO Nat Walt* will ka waad lat Mnpatian paiapaaat Itam Janwa^ I alia Oaaamkat llttalaaafc yaai Data ^ kiat pwklKatwn Navamkat 1*. 1*77 Data it Itti pwkliiaiitn Oaaamkat 17. 1*71 III lOUNO 0 MtlllOAtn f I Stata Inpinaai M-Naa I* DM A D. 10. 17 1*77 Nona Of AffucATKiN foi fllMIStlON 10 AfMOfllAtI TM fU*lX aiATln Of IMI SIAIi Of NIVADA NOV IS 1*77 ApplananNa J14IS Naiiaa n kamky fivan iKai an tka Itt dayaljulr>*" Saknna • Smiik al Ut Vaai Stall it Navada mada >pl k iai ta tka StaH Inginaa* tl *tavda fat fatmiawan It appitp t'l 4 0 tamnd flat af •Ita pwWii watat it ika tion al Navada D'ytltMn II la ka ri^96l la.^ 9^ wnd|tftawnd tawitaait paini laiatad witktn tka SI'a Ni a Samtn 14 I 14S I 4)1 M 0 I 4M ai al t paini ham akiak MM Ml catnti yt laid Sariian 16 kaan N I ) • OO I a diaianaa al llSOIaal Waia-will ka iraad kti tmpaiian pwipttta ka-' Janwaty I ai It Oaaamkai 31 at al aack i%^ Oatt tt kfti pwk'Katian Nat 'ikai I*. 1*77 Datt ^ latt pwklitatMn OatamMf 17. 1*77 .allOlAtlO D WISTItOAfO f| Stata |n9inaa' MNav 1*. a> 4 I) 10 It 1*77 ^mmmk lOMHA lOWMAN. Clatk tl Cawtt ly lUTM OOWO. Oapwty Clatk (SIAI) DATI Nav I. 1*77 HNav 11. 1*. Oaa 4. II. 10. 1*77 11575 OFF I I I I I I WITH THIS COUPON WEDDING PK0T06RAPYSPECIALI Ivii VM Vn NNIIVI 1 Cnoiflf ?C Pg CkStC *l^/" Comjns ilnOs. t'Si's 36-3 ii^s N*9ul*ry IIU 00 MMMttn 19 PYRAMID PHOTOGRAPHY 401l|TfeilONT.8UIT|4 A Summons From St. Nick by Dorothy A Vendanbrinli I was brought to my feet by a tap, tap. tap. That came from mv sliding pla."s door As I pulled back the drape and looked outside There was a strange little elf sitting on the porch floor He was playing a fife, or reed pipe of a sort .\nd the tune was charming and slow I opened the door, just a crack to hear But the music compelled me and so .\s the strange little man beckoned to me. Though he spoke not. nor uttered a sound, I followed him out through the desert a way Then I could not believe what I found. For the moon had cast a path of light That led to the Milky Way; .\s I put out my foot to tost the path 1 was suddenly wisked away We traveled along on a wisp of a cloud That was soft as fine .Xngel hair And looking down at the valley below I just knew we would soon be there. It was morning, and yet there was no sunrise. For it was winter, the season of night; But the pale white light of the moon on the snow Made it sparkle, and the whiteness gave light From the North Star came a shaft of light On which we slid to the ground. Then on to the home of Ole St. Nick. We followed the streets as they wound through town St. Nick greeted us at the door of his home And invited us to come in for hot tea I told him 1 was becoming a bit concerned At the delay of his summons for me We talked about his pre-Christmas calls Which he makes the night of the 5th of December And he said he was worried, because of reports That people are not very loving or tender. I agreed that things at times seem bad But It was time to act, not to falter For only by showing that to love is to care Can we hope, poor behavior to alter. St Nick just smiled and then laughed his great laugh And said "HO! HO! what a time to be living. For we have the best opportunity now To prove LOVE is the key to good living He then went outside and climbed onto his sleigh, And as the reindeer leaped out through the sky. I heard him exclaim: "III see you next year, GOD BLESS YOU ALL WITH LOVE NOW GOODBYE ^i^V




// n Bosk Realty Realtor 3 Army Street Henderson S64-1553 qunCX • doM • DewnMy> Mn^rwn WfH Hf|{ TO Hf in • H rtt*r* it any way w (on ot•>• yei in rh field of IMI Eftott, pl*oM don't hiiof ant Ads Work >f oiider s 9?i Hemdon Smith, Broker FOR SALE KENMORE SEWING MACHINE • 1 Yr C.uaran te Bultonholder and Monogrammer included Beautiful Cabinet Call S64 1403, aft 2 p m Hdn SALE ON VITAMIN E F\rK CREAM $149while pri-n-ni supply lasts at NATURWAY NATlRAL FOODS 13imNev H> EC Nev • ^ 293 1844 For rent in Henderson 2 brtrm Condo Unfurnished $250 mo Ph 452 1295 after 5 3 BEDROOM. 2 BATH HOl'SE. fenced yard, older estab lisbed neighborhood, close to school and parks Re cently remodeled and car peted 293 2753 • 2441 BC •73 CHAMPION DODGE MOTOR HOME. 440 Motor 24 ft., nice family Christmai present, better than new Bought brand new May '74 Has everything including 12 volt 110 base CB L'nit. 8 track stereo tape system only 16.000 original miles. has new no thump tires Asking $14,000 or make offer. Private party 293 3328. B C 71 CUSTOM FORD, 4 D Au tomatic Transm 429 Engine. 4 practically new tires. Used 440 Miles Mag wheels Very good running condi tion $1100 To see phone 293-2677 B C 1980 CHEVY EL CAMINO, 348. new heads and valves. 4 sp good cond Call after 6 p ra 293-2784 EC. WEEKLY MOTEL ROOMS All Utilities A Unens. 4S1-244S HOUDAY SPECIALS AT MARIE'S SHOE BOX MEN'S^ LEATHI OR VINYL SLIPPERS Evans brand $13 50 values to LADIES "ANGEL TREADS" FROM Ml washable orlon or velours ^t DV/A X IFR I S $8.95 [ $4.00 !"WEE KIDS" I SLIPPERS • only $12.50 | I ftufiy boot tvt>€ to size 11 JMANY OTHER ITEMS ON ISPICIAl TO CHOOSE IFROM. VISIT US SOON AT 531 Ntv. Hwy., B.C. 293-3879 Ml SAlt: King tiitd woUr bd Pnm, niaMr$i, litotar t ^••ingen>nod, •dolt 77 model Buckingham ^ b> SilNrrcrettl. 2 bdrm., garden tub, skirting, 2 nice awnings. 4 ton air, ne\cr been lived In. Gold Ke\ jMobllf Homes. 458-:H(I1."^ FOR RENT • 3 new offices $200 mo including utilities In Industrial area off Boul der Highway 564 2555 Hdn. FOR KNT 3 b6m Iwuu $300 iotlt SlOOdcp 5M-173S I. "SAVE VV toYs^rOFF'on lany new U S made, make or Imodel car. truck, motor home, travel trailer or| j mobile home I^t us purch a.^e your new vehicle direotj from factory outlet For in formation and appoint >ment, 2St.i-4556, 7 days a week. National Auto Brok ers, 587 Ave C ,.B C PRIME STORE SPACE FOR RENT, 750 sq ft Plaza De Penasco. 293 1293 3958 BC IfASf $39S mo HifMond Hilli UnfwmitKwi 3 bdrm I ^ btK. J tor gorog. Hncd yd bilt in. InN $8818 StMlALLON $87 SO GAS 20-GALlX>N $4 H }0^GALIX)N$9M AGALLON $105 7 L wuarsumT 1243 BIdr Hwy, Hdn 564^1834 NICE GIFT' I'sed but like Brand New' Girl's Spider Bike • BEST OFFER' • 565-7485 or 565^793 Hdn S FOR RENT • Private rooms with kitchen $20 & $25 per wk 29-T1716 BC TAPE RECORDER & PLAYER holds up to 7 Reels • Good condition $25 00 Newcomb Call 564 1648. between 12 & 1 Hdn. BABYSITTING in my home Hour, day or wk 55 0(3. Intants to S >TS. Hdn. DOUBLE WIDE MOBILE HOME, 2 bdrm 2 bath, fam sect BC park $17,600 :9.3 4344 Tippttts vMstnictiM FREE ESTIMATES REMODELING PATIO COVERS ADDITIONS DeVan Tippelts (owner) Uc. No 13904 PH. $yoi BOULDER CITY TV t STEREO 1319 NEVADA HWY,, B C. Christmas Sale 20% Off % Complete line of Channel Master Sound Systems Color TV's From $89.95 We Buy & Sell Used TV Financing available ; E-Z Credit TermsImmediate Deliver^'. CALL 293-4441 "MEEK, TIMID SALESMEN ON DUTY!" QUICK CASH FOR USED TVS WORKING OR NOT, FREEZER.S BOIGHT I nerd freeiers wbetbrr thev work or not Includinft older cabinets 564 2210 Hdn ALCOHOUCS ANONYMOUS & AL ANON Open meetine: Wed 8 00 P M Pl'BUC INVITED: St Rose de Lima Hospital 565-7073 INSTANT OSH 1$t2*4 3d MortKane and Trust Deeds FRANK KOZAL 382-6236 S70-64S6 .\sk voor nelRhbor. he knows me SUBSTANTIAL REWARD on ones who took barrels of Household goods from my yard 565-0468 Hdn FOR SALE King k Queen sized quilu Hand quilted ver> pretty Ph 56^8410 or 56W1332 Hdn FOR SALE-Honda XR 75 Dirt Bike $250 Ph 293 4130 after 2 30pm BC acc 2QC Mobile Homes FOR SALE IN LUXURIOUS GINGERWOOD ADULT PARK New 1977 12 wide Deluxe Slc\'Iine, 2 bdrm air. skirting, awning, desert landscaping, custom drapes, porch, immediate occ. PreOwned 1975 24 wide 2 bdrm 2 full baths, 4x8 Porch. 2 full awnings, new drapes. Garb disp. washer & dryer inciu family rm Like New. PreOwned 1978 4 mths old, double wide, 2 full awnings, skirting, 10x10 shed, water softener, Garden tub with extra shower, dishwasher. Garb disp., 2 bdrm., 2 baths, family Rm., quick occupancy. New 1977 24 wide. Deluxe Flamingo, 2 bdrm,, 2 full baths, 4 ton air, (2) 40' awnings, custom steps, garbage disp., custom drapes, Immed. Occup PreOwned 1976 14 Wide. 2 bdrm., 2 baths, dishwasher. Garb Disp.. Self-cleaning oven. 7x8 shed. 2 large awnings. Garden Tub, Beautifully Landscaped, a must see. Pre owned 1977 double wide, 2 bdrm 2 baths, 4 Ion air. 2 full awnings, large porch, garden tub, separate shower, dishwasher, 10X10 shed, under waranty. med Immed. Occup For Information and Appointmont To See Call 293-3522 FOR SALE Sec lo irprrfUU triad itw I itory home {(MM iqft. AC (ep.dioaret AEK 4 br tiBttd wlndowi flrtplart. WWcarpet. n Golf Coarit Culd lie r2.(HM Owaer 2I3-I(1^:S1 BC I r DWIDS DM I OPEN 7 DAYS \ WK 10^7 MON THl R.S I lO^S FRI 1 10-6 SAT. Vl'N SNACK & PARTY TRAYS' I NOW AVAILABLE Callj I 2t3 2441 For Price, menu! infft RECREATION SUPERVISOR — City of Henderson announcing examinations for eligibility lut for Recrea tion Supervisor. Salary $14,175 • $16,582 a year. No felony record Any combi nation of education k ex perience equivalent to graduation from a college or university with a degree in Recreation or a closely re lated field, plus 4 years of recent professional experience in Recreation ac tivities. including 2 most re cent yrs of supervisory or administrative experience Applicants must pass oral interview & medical examin* tions upon hire Applications may be obtained from Personnel Office. City Hall. 243 Water St. Hdn k must be filed before 5pm, Friday. Dec 30,1977 SI6NS by ^ BBiTIE /e*tMAn Y ^565412621 NURSES AIDES urgently needed at Glen Halla Call Mrs Front 985-8748 Hdn FOR SALE Refhgerator.(9eu n ). Whirlpool, froit free, Exc Condition, Avocado, Ph 565^7055 Hdn FOR SALE Winnebago Brave Motor Home IS yrs old 7.000 mi like new Call 5857628 Hdn FOR RENT • Fenced storage lot. IB acre Storage bidg or garage. 30' by 17'. Ph 584-2876 Hdn FOR SALE • Service station bIdg Formerly Shell. Lake Mead k Water LM Phil lips. 3095 Palora. Las Vegas 4579433 FOR SALE 1977 Mobile Home 2 bdrm Ig 'iv room and kitchen Fully carpeted 4 draped All appliances Like new 5659213 Hdn FOR SALE • Motorbike $60 1965 Yamaha lOOcc as is, with accessories 5659858 Hdn RELAX & tNJOY YOUR HOLIDAY PARTY I will arrange the food keep the trays filled & clean up af terward Experienced Re ference avail Connie. 564 1289 Hdn FOR RENT 2 bdrm unf Townsite house $200 mo plus $100 deposit Call 564-5045 Hdn UNFURNISHED 1 bdrm apt in new 4 plex Stove. Ref, carpeting. drapes. Washer-dryer avail $150 per mo $100 Security dep 205 Bruce St Hdn 565-0996 FOR SALE Antique Lady s desk and chair 293-4561 or 293 3899 ATTENTION COLLECTORS' Original Hummel figures for sale Call 293-2144 BC YARD SALEMisc Anti ques. furniture, dishes, books, other items. Dec 15, 16, 17 Open 10 am Close 4 pm 501 Utah B C FOR SALE two lO speed bikes $50 ea .25>ard5of newgold high low shag carpeting We over measured, paid $19 a yd wiU sell for $10 a yd 293-1525, after 6. or 293-2209 BC. FOR SALE 7X3^1 pool table. with rails and cushion in good shape 293 1614 Call after 5 p m B C t For immediate delivery of AMWAY products 564 1289 Hdn LOST Radio Beeper some where on streets of Henderson. Dec 5 $25 REWARD Call 384-8779 days After 6 4 on weekends, 565-6798 Hdn FOR RENT OR SALE • Low dn 4 Assume $19,000 bal Unfurnished 2 bdrm Tropicana Sq with washer • dryer Immediate occu pancy 734 8919 FOR SALE • 3 bdrm W bath Fireplace, heat a lator Well insulated Leaving state reduced for quick sale 565^8619 Hdn NEW HOME on W acre view lot in Sect 27 Four extra Ig bdrms Two huge bathrooms with vanities 4 swags Hardwood cabinets 4 harvest gold appliances in kitchen Lotsofwallpaper4 gold wall to wall carpeting throughout 2100 sq ft 4 only $59,000 Call 565-0340 Principals only, please. FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED 1 child ok Share 4 bdrm 2 ba^h Mobile Home $100 mo plus S utilities 565 7626 Hdn HOME FOR RENT, Hender son, 2 bdrm 3 bdrm 4 4 bdrm homes 293 4823 FOR RENT • New unfurnished 2 bdrm apt 811 Major. Apt B Ample parking Call 564 2524 or 564 2552 Hdn FOR RENT • Roomy 2 bdrm house Close in $265 mo Patio 4 Fenced' 5659614 Hdn { *"' • • • • Y^oii'cin^"'"" ^ '~'''''^ Movo OwKkly into this lovely 4 bdrm 1\ bath home in clan BC Homes like this come on the market rarely Priced to tell Dons Evans Realty ;REAI.T0R 3852444 Even ^ing. 293 2389 MLS When you wish to express a special thought in a special way, the beauty of fresh flowers makes the Day' >^/7^: FOR SAl^ 20 Uniftite cabin cruiser all fiberglass, inboard outboard w good trailer $3.300 00 293 3540 BC LEATHER Motorcycle Jacket 34. Pants 33W W 26 L Like new $100 293 2250 BC FOR SALE 35 ft Traveleie Trailer with Tipoul Many ex tras Adult park.701 Elm Sp 27 BC BACKYARD SALE Thurs Fn 4 Sat 636 Ave K, B C FOR SALE Roll away bed, $20 2 Western Wheel mags. 2 National Tires A70 13. $30 293 2283 BC FOR SALE CIMATICITIBIKE MOPED. 269 Miles on Speedometer $.350 Auto Mini folding bike new in carton $50 2 (",60-14. Custom stock 60 Tires w ith adapter plates for VW $50 293 3067 BC FOR SALE LAKETREE CONDO 2 or 3 bdrms 2 bath, fantastic view of Lake Mead Completely decorated Terms 293 2024 BC n* I THF. HF.KB ?.\TC\\ Herb teas, drieill Herbs, Natural Pro ducts, Christmas Gift! Packs 402 Nev Hwv 2932416 r FREE half 293 1659 BC poodle pups DUPLEX FOR RENT. 2 bdrm 1 bath, pool References No small children 293-2553 B C FOR SALE 1967 Rambler $75 565^6843 Hdn SUNaRCU CRAFTS ^Sterling Silver} Jewell^', Pottery, Gift Items and Certificates! FREE GIR WRAPPING 1223 .Arizona St, BC I 293-4679 LOST Yorkshire Terrier 4 mos old female, black. CHILI) S PET Ustinvicin ity of Highland Hills RE WARD 5650556 Hdn FOR SALE 12'Travel Trailer Extra cloan $850 Financ int; available 564-2321 after 6 Hdn CONDO FOR RENT 1 bdrm. furn or unfurn Carpeting, drapes garbage disposal, refrigerator, washer dryer Free pool 4 maintenance 1st mo 4 cleaning deposit onl> $195 mo in Hdn 732 0333, ask for Mgr ofDiv A Esenings 734 2949 FIREPLACE SCREEN, FOR SALE Antique Brass, with Andirons $6000 Like New 293 4129 BC RENTWITH OPTION 3 bdrm Completely remodeled home in Henderson 565 9915 CARPETED 2 bdrm stucco $250 Fenced for pets i8291 RENTEX 3827181 BOULDER CITY • Coty 1 bdrm house $175 Dining room i924] RENTEX 3827181 FOR RENT 14 bdrm Mobile Home with utilities $280 mo, 565^6967 Hdn PATIO SALE Twin bed cane headboards. Car Radio, toys. Hamsters cages household items 4 more Thurs Dec 8. nine to four 216 LaPai. Hdn 564-2570 nCK BIAIR REALTY-BROKER ^ m 833 NEVADA HWY. 293-2171 or 29,3-3402 AFTER HOURS CALL Bob Blair 29;i 2(9 Carl Cowan 293 1499 .Andrea Anderson 293-2158 MCE OLDER 2 bdrm 1 bath, fenced $35,000 00 EXCELLENT LOCATION. 2 bdrm den. 14 baths, partial basement, SEE THIS $48,500 00 QUIET LOCATION, NEW 3 bdrm 2 bath, covered patio, carpel, drapes. FINE BUY BEST BUY, 3 bdrm 2 bath. 2 car garag.v large back yard fenced, $49.000 00. Good existing loan CLOSE TO SCHOOLS, 3 bdrm 2 bath, fenced, fine area, $49,500 00 LARGE FAMILY HOME. 4 bdrm 24 bath, 2 car garage, auto-sprinklers, family rm., patio, SEE THIS. EXCELLENT AREA. This 3 bdrm 2 bath, 2 car garage, covered patio. $55.500 00 CLOSE TO GOLF COUR.SE, 4 bdrm 2 bath, rec rm large lot, fine view, carpet, drapes FINE FAMILY HOME. 4 bdrm, 2 hath, fireplace. 2 car garage, many extras $6*).000 00 MOBILE EST.ATE WT. with 3 bdrm 2 bath. 24x64 fine view, SEE THIS ready to build RANCH ESTATE LOT, 2.30 acres on. we have lake View lots SEE I'S ARDENT CONSUMERIST of the most active fixing Fair Trade One legpsUlors when it comes lo helping consumers get a fair deal. IS the chairman of the \! • w York Stale < • o n t u m 0 r Protect ion Commitlee, Senator Jo Pisani ephlt Pis-ini He has been instrumenlal in l^e repeal of the price i Laws, mandating visible price marketing on supermarket items and the prohihilion of many fraudulent and misleading sales practices In addition, he originated the "Baby Lenore Law" regulating the permanent jurrei.der c( children and an act giving qualified fooler parenta fint consideration in adoption. .%.


Handcnon Hem* Nwt and keuldr City Nwi /c2 Tutdoy, OMmbr 13, \977 GArMji" $tM Licensed Real Estate Broker HOMESNEAR THK GOLF roi'RSE" $64,500" See this new ;< hedroom • 2 bath • sunken livinR room • fireplace extra lar^e master suite beauti ful custom GOLF COURSE FOR VOl'R BACKYARD" 3 bedrooms family room fireplace wood floor • 12 insulation $72.500now Will be$73,500 in 78 -MOBILE HOMESADULTS ONLY" IMMKDIATE OCCUPANCY" 2 bedroom • 14\Wpariiallv furnished beautiful Only $21,000 ADULTS ONLY" 2 bedroom 2 hath now Fuqua 24x44 on a Mt Visia lot Excellent buy at $35,100 Immediate occu pancy ADULTS ONLY" 1 bedroom, Fuqua Imperial • 14xfi0 Furnished • nice $22,500 -LOTSI One on Manrha $12,500 -BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIESH One commercial business locationO K for office ^ carpeted • aircondiiionod $200 per month ExcelI lent location THKDOME M 1*13 IM .127 Cmt U I|0 Nrvtdt Bl|hwi> June Hanson 2W 4StK Tom Friar> 293 nSd ^lel Dunawav ;9.i 24.ts Shirley Phillips :3 :oo,s r, \ Smith 293 1!V98 Tbf I>om •rrtll^ Sue lUo.nlbcnl l.iilisn rollins Nanrv Murphv Ed Hanev 29.3 1238; 5*vS 7951; 29.33292 293 19.37 1977 FORD F250 Super Cab P U with custom utility body V8, automatic, air, power ."^leering & brakes Les.s than 3.000 miles $7950 293 2144 if no answer 293 4738 leave message BC WANTED Part time help Construction • labor 5^0881 or 7,33 2900 Ask for Ed Hutehins ORGAN & PIANO PRIVATE LESSONS Call 56,S 6283 Hdn rHOKESSIONAL SECRETAR I \I. SERVICES & TYPING HYHOIR PAYORWEEK 56.^ ,S,37 Hdn FOR SALE • Like new Juice King deluxe model Juicer All stainless steel $125 565fi,343 Hdn FOB SALE Yamaha, 60 Pirl Bike, $17S Ph 293 4130 dt^er 2 30 p m B C y Money ^ R.T.tE. 'Winteriie your inolnle I home now Avoid thusel emergency repairs later • 293-4556 anylmn-' I 1975 HONPA 500 MOTORCYCLE with fairing 7.000 miles $925 293 2144, if no answer 293 4738. leave message B C '; >a >a> ;ei to gethers Sunken living room Large family room with slumpstone firep lace Five bedrooms and 24 baths Situated on 4 acre HANG YOUR CHRISTMAS WRE.ATHER ON THIS FRONT DOOR Santa sired living room • 20X20 sq f> Three bed rooms and 1^ baths Yard is holiday green in color and fenced in Tract 2 area DOLL HOUSE IN HIGHLAND HILLS Lovely is the only way to describe this three (3) bedroom, two (2) bath home Beautifully deco rated. Used brick fireplace Beautiful drapes and carpet Color coordinated Block fenced rear yard for the kiddies Seeing is believing Call for an appointment today MOAPA VALLEY Lovely mobile homes and property. Perfect for retired couple Land is zoned C 2 Call for more details today! L BUILDING LOT In North Las Vegas 62X135 Ft Good location Call our office for more information TMILEILS FOR RENT j IRANONCW 2 hrdrMiBi, tarnUhed WiUr & triik pdd VKTA MOMi NOMI fkWk Ml % B*l4rr Ivy. B\si( Htt MBIM. SKHVKKs ,55IIH4 SMH.MH l>i.ilns unt loKticil faucrlv rrpairril jlrr leaks rr (Mired, new Dxiures invtjl FREE FILM OR CASH DLS fOlNT ON 4L1. FILMS. Printed and developed a( VANS NEVADA DRl'G. BOlLDERflTY.SV APARTMENT RENT RE PlTEDfarroupIr Pirltlme malnlenanre 3S4-4703 ElfiHT UNITS. Hdn Priced at 7 times gross Bread & But ter unit Nevada Excham-e Counselors, Inr BRpKER 732 8884. Brock P4INTER interlar, exterior. Uveais rxperlenre For free exilroate, rail 3M CIM FOR SALE I74 Dodge Max! van. 41,000 miles, no ilr, one owner, previously uted for hauling newspaper*, prired at low book, $3,100 CASH rall&4-IM19(o5 Hdn rOR RENT I, 2 A 3 bdrm trailers, $20 to $50 wk,rall 55-7763 or 565-7141 Hdn CORONAOO ESTATES • Im mediate Posses 14x70 3 bdrm 2 full baths, land scaped & fenced 293 4478 BC SEWING d, ALTERATIONS in my home 358 Santa Paula Way Henderson MOM-DAD SINGLES4 KIDS' Let be healthy, have fun. play together and live longer My product is nutri lion, my business is people' Ph 565 6319 Hdn FOR RENT • KltrbeBellM. $20 k. I'Ullltet paid. Sbadv Rest Motel, S05-7M8. OVERWEIGHT" 5656319 1973 21 FT BIESMEYERDAV CRUISER 455 Olds with Jacuzzi jet like new with double axle trailer $4995 293 2144 If no answer 293-4738, leave message BC VEGAS TYPEWRITER REPAIR IMI E S*krt, Ui Vrpi Tiillti Onr ip*. ritjiy. uted. rebuilt lyyrvrtten Saliifiriioa (utraoicH. LEARN TO FLY • 1976 Cessna ISO. $18 per br Call Dick Eagle Aviation. 2931408. B.C. FOR SALE-74 TM100 Suzuki dirt bike, showroom cond asking $400 00 Call after 4 p.m 56^0643 Hdn HOME FOR SALE • 4 bdrm 2 bth. large liv rm fountry kitchen, fenced back yard. 2 car garage, near school FHA approved $,35,500 Ph before 6pm565 0259 After 6 & weekends. 565-0994 Hdn. m-iMMMI4V >m UJ St •^ i r\ ^tENDKISON MASOhtY ll(*a**d. boaded. riUPLArES. htt ttoad lag* • •# • /> blrkwilU,{| AMMIoii tU repair ••rk. Eiyerieircd reaaoaable Afl work fatrtaleed. Bob DeWiM 114 1417. Ml FREE BOOK on Mtamin Therapy to the 1st 50 cus tomers that buy $10 in vita mins and minerals NATURWAY NATURAL FOODS 131IW Nevada Highway Boulder City. Nev. 293 1B44 FOR SALE • Older home ort Ave M 3 bdrm plus Urge utility porch, new roof, re modeled bath, garden Ask ing price $27,500 Call 293 3523 BC I FOR RENT .Kitchenettes. I'til Paid • I Linens Furn Ftom $85 per fwk 1000 Nev Highway 293 2044 B C BOAT FOR SALE • W V Mark Twain Seals 8 ISSEngI I 0 Restored like new 293 1716 BC .SHEETROCKING, TAPING A ACrOl'.STICAL. $<$ COM Hdo CARPENTER work by Ibr hour.pallot.elr. Reatonable. 73SS7(3 KiUY'S CUSS I MMIOR CO. fomalele Glass Sertiret 5706 Bouldrr Hlgbty ti hr service S4 2l03or4l SI53 DOES VOIR BATHROOM MARLITE NEED REPl AC ING'* Free EMimales. S44ZI9I Hdn TEDDY S KITCHENETTES "Jul bring your loo NEED TO SELL YOUR HOUSE? WE WILL BUY IT NOW! C(uk 793-1613 G A Curly Smith, Int FOR YOIR CHRISTMAS SHOPPINT.lryonrblgwIec lloB of Juicers, steamers, grinders, yogurt makers ar>* many more beallb appliiores NATIRWAY NATIRAL FOODS 1311S Nevada HIgkwav BOILDER CITY, NEV. 2*3 1844 1976 OLOSMOBILE OMEGA, fully loaded, low mileage, economical, excellent con dllion 293 3882 BC FOR SALE Whirlpool div hwasher 3 vr old. $150 Electric Whirlpool Stove, all automatic timers 4 yr old $200 Call .S65-7628 be fore nine am after six All day weekends Hdn TRAVEL TRAILER WANTED Old model Slate Price Greenfield. Box 68. Piitman FOil SALE trouble bed head board Good condition 5650675 Hdn WILL DO ironing, alterations A mending 565-0234 Boh OLseu Rpalty & Insurance ln(\ Renltor-MLS 6 Water St., Henderson MAITM 361-1831 m RQome\ For the Large Faipilv $34.600 Four Bedrooms 1 .ind \b,iihs with a formal d im .— .lal dinini; room, sliding gla.s.s doors to an overhead paiio Fenced rear yard Vciy nice home xxell cared for with a country style kitchen Just the place for the large family Good Assumption' Only $30,000. (iood Stucco tiome with extra insulation, has addi tion u.'^ed as workshop, also basement Vi ton air conditioning unit -heating and cool ing Block wall enclosed yard Excellent buy with almost im mediate possession Owner transferred Insult us x^ith an offer OQUiHrn-fiR 3 Br. with Aluminum Siding Beautifully remodelled home, well maintained. qualitycabinets4 panelling, custom kitchen This is a little dream home with a 10X12 basement fully finished Sewer and Water connections in for two additional homes on rear of large lot Day Nursery Plus Apt Downtown Henderson Kernodclled Home converted to Day Nursery, and okayed for 18 Hr Nursery Could doiiblc present income if desired Also Office and 1 Br Apt at tached Owner would consider a late model pickup as part of down payment and would carry small second trust deed. Owner Retiring Very Level Good Acreage • Water in Street Vi Acres $25,000. JEANNE A OLSEN DEMARCO, BROKER • • • • • • I i i i na Henderson Child Core Center Dwiy & Wttkly Rflfet St. Peter's Holl, Boulder Hwy. 565-9384 ACl Pl'NCTl RE Arlkrilli. boriitii, mIfralBr, iilkmt. allergy, droke, •riallca. tiaa*. gout, proilatc. 7S$^7Z4Z HAIHDRESSER. part time Floyd s Fashion Curl 293 3525 5.^5 Ave BBC FOR SALE Chopper 1*74 OAZt KaaMki Excellent condition, won Irophv in local car show $2SM Call 2934702 BC FOR SALE • Vacant 2 bdrm rondo, low down. FH\ k low mo pmis 384 2141 Licensee PIT VO( R BEST t\Ct for ard with a complimentar\ MARY K\Y FACIAL 293 44 BC FOR SALE New 10 in tricycle hot wheels, child s mustang, infant carriers, walker, high chair, rocker, toys I.IJS De nver. BC 293 1W9 FREEZER OWNERS SAVE THIS AD I II repair your frefter or refrigerator berf it -Us M4 2210 Hdn $SflO REWARD for the return or reroi-ery of all steel wood lop table approx SX20 ft in sue, taken from rear of Hen drrton Home News office within tbe last S months No questions asked. Call RosaLeatS4^IMI Hdn HENDERSON MAN. LNEMP LOYED. looking for odd jobs No job too small Call anylime 5fi5 6389 Hdn HMRSTYLIST WANTED Sta tinns for rent 5fi5 0355 Hdn FOR SALE 3 wheel dune buggy New Motor $150 Pool table, standard sue V50 10 speed boys bike. $35, Ph 565-8510 Hdn FREE puppies German Shepherd Husky and • "' S510 Hdn TAPE RECORDER & PLAYER holds up to 3 Reels Small upright portable, Norelco, $1000 Call 564 1848 Call between 12 & 1 FOR SALE 10x55 Mobile Home with 8x10 shed on large corner lot behind car wash $.1500 Aft 5 p m 293 4753 BC FOa SALE I >T old Monarch 30' range Continuous cleaning Jet fan cuts roast ing time by 1^ $350 Ph 56V6343 Hdn FOR RENT 3 bdrm 2 hath home $325 mo. 1st. last & $100 deposit Call 458-7982 SANTA Sl'IT FOR RENT. $5 00 and $10 00 refundable de posit Call 293 3543 or 293 2319. anytime BC KITCHENETTES Weekly rates from $60 00 I'tilities paid Inquire at Nevada Inn .BC DRIVER S LICENSE TESTS Tuesdav and Wedrm opt Nndron Cnv*nint l*(ot.n $350 pr m unfumiiH#<4 Air. condition i (•ntrel jot hooi Well to rfoH cor|ling t d.aptt, Itn9orofr-ron9, oyn 4 gor bo9< ditpotol H poll iri-44IJ FOR SALE ^ TON FORD PICK IP New auto trans, valve job, tires and load leveler shock-, fil,000 actual miles 390 V8, power steer ing. brakes, air cond equalizer hitch, elect and hydraulic trailer brakes, 1969 tan and sharp $2,100 293 .3968. 1123 Commanche BC FOR SALE 4 bedroom 2W bath. 2000 sq ft liveable fenced bark yard, automatic sprinklers. 1442 Rawhide Rd By Owner $69 500 293 1493 BC i?;r^^.ar> .-mr.. *^;\*7;v :>r'^^rr.*r:Country Time ^ Dog Grooming ^ (experienced groomer for 13 yrs ) "VJ Ptione now for an Appl Before Xmas Rush! • Kittens b Sweaters HOURS: 8J0 to 5J0 lues, thru Sal Xmas '. OWNERS: i^Awv 4 GWEN m^iTORD Stockings ^ 1 ^ 565-0139 1936 Parkson. Henderson i I I v5 'i• :u. ^C TV Service ( "li. t t.fBlfr NrntfrrM* GET READY FOR THE HOUDAYS COMPLIMENTARY MARY KAY FACIAL Call Me Ruib Evans ZM 4M RC DANa TMUm WIST STARS OF TOMORROW \RK BEING BORN TODAY AT DiNa TWATV VVISTl HENDERSON 17 Army St BOlLDER CITY 1404 Wyomiaf S< TEL 23 3177 Jau Tap Acrobatic and Ballet Starling age 2 A gp AIR CONDITIONING AND HEATING REFAIRS. Licensed Pb 3(l-M43. NOW RENTING • spaces ia beautiful all-adali Giogerunnd Mobile Park. Eajey rarelree living wilb ogr <.n|jr beated swimming pool. therapy pool. recreatioD ball. shufHeboard courts. plaDned rtv-reation Etc 213 1 REFRIGERATORS 15 BeagtIful 2 dr Sites 13' to 17'. Aocado. harvest gold. cppertone, ttbite. k 7 freeiert. R*buili 4 Guaranteed. Very reasonably priced $M-22I0 or 564 5846 Hdn. HAIRSTYLIST WANTED-full time 56!03!S5 Hdn ELECT TYPEWRITER Broke. IBM Executive As Is $10 00 Call 5641648. between 12 4 1 Hdn WHAT IS SHAKLEE? • 0 Food ^ supplements (organic) # cleaners # Lovu cosmetics • 0 Men's toiletries # Baby Products Coll Sri*v Smitti • Ifl^MTt. tw^ yvr trot totiol MMtMfmni. BC HAID-TO-nNO 2 br cende Cloia f* uKool., $31,000 S-r-AC l-OU-$ luiury Kern* nar golf court*, ov*r 3600 tqwei* f*t.4l.,2>.^bath,fm 'ly room, w*t bor, roomi WE HAVI BUYCRSI WE NEED USTINGSI lUY AlOT NEAt UKE MEAD New ovoiloblo. $13,000. to $32,000. ONE 293-3333 5 $4 Novodo Mwy.