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1978-04-11 - Henderson Home News

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1978-04-11 - Henderson Home News
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Lindsey, Robert ( Columnist )
Ward, Frank S. ( Columnist )
Wing, P. K. ( Columnist )
Raymond, Flo ( Columnist )
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THIS WEEK FANTASTIC SALE ON ALL NEW 1978 DIESELS! • 2400 • 3000 • 300CD BRAND NEW 1978 F/flAT 131 ADR USED TRUCKS GALORE MME/NQOEl 71 CNEVV 78D006E traiTIAN 78 CHEVY TMCKVAN 4ttl HUENOK I TOWPNCE 4199 m^ Na 11701 !68nN288 78D00eE HTM 7A6NEVY No. 2191 No. 2711 EXECUTIVE CAR DISCOUNTED '1400 CALL TODAY 870-9444 FOR YOUR LOW. LOW PMCE 9825'4688 ^00 ly K1 ^i^w jyn USED IMPORTS 75 VW BUG 4 speed. MR. AM/FM. No 4121. '5388 76 OPEL CPE Automatic, AM/FM. No 8963 '5488 76 CORONA WON $< Automttic. AtR. rack No S928 76 HAT X19 4 speed, megs No 4221 ms 77 DATSUN ZOOSX • -^^ 100% 601D SEAL OVAHMTK 1978. Her attendants are Teresa Jeffrey, right, first runner-up and Laura Boscarino left, second runner-up. Miss Boscarino was also named "Miss Congeniality." Basic Ptiote Post Office Fire Domages Moil People who deposited mail in the lobby drop box of the post office afier 3 p.m. Saturday might not have it delivered, according to Postmaster Joe Rodriquez. "Nine times out of ten it probably didn't go out," he said. SEE POST OFFICE (Page 21 Delmaro Hortley Overall Winner of Tolent Show from Showboat; Michelle Fincher, senior dancing in a jazz dance; and Randy Sager, senior variety as Randini's Magic Act. Presenting the awards to the winners were Michelle Fincher, last year's overall winner; Tommi Ann and David Hays, show co ordinators; Fr. Caesar Caviglia, vice • president of the Chamber of Commerce, Bob Campbell, City Manager and April Titus, Little Miss EXDO. Other local young folks who participated in the show were Neca Twitchell. Tina Finchem, Alicia Butler, Beth Zawrotney, Barbara Kay Call. Dalene Roberts, Christina DeLillo, Tina Broad. Kelly Acklin, Terry Rogan, Gail Scow, Dale and Eric Neven, Carolee Mongan, Donna Brooke, Diane and Kathi DeCiaccio, Veronica Briggs. Cheryl Confield, Ginger Siefken. Laurel Glen, Lorenda Sequin, Barbara Wilson, Teri Fyke, Ross Bell accompanied by brothers Rick and Reese, Alison and Susan Keele, Tracey Lopeman, Libby Quadlin, Barbara Willard and Dana Wilke. Walt Reno served as Master of Ceremonies for the show staged by Phil Hubel. Norman Kaye, Claire Keefner, Marliza, Coralee Hamel and Sabri were judges coordinated by Diane Hubel. f A large crowd turned out to watch the annual Industrial Days Amateur Talent Contest last Wednesday and to applaud as Delmarala Ann Hartley was presented with the over-all winner's trophy by Jim Hicks, general chairman of Industrial Days. Delmarla also won the junior singing category award for her presentation of "Who will buy." Other winners were Mary Ann Lucero and Maggie Pacheco in the junior dancing category for a belly dance number; Robert and Paul Elizondo for junior variety in Star Wars; LeAnna Grant, singing senior with a song Watch For Our Induftrial Days souvenir Edition Tliursday OVERAU TALENT SHOW WINNER DtlmaHa HortUy beomt hoppily as Jim Hicks, general chairman of the Industrial Days ctUbrotin, prtMnts her with her trophy at ovrall winner of tho annual locol teltnt contest. Carrie Matzkc, a Basic high school senior beauty, will reign over Henderson's Industrial Days celebration as "Miss Industrial Days 1978." Miss Matzke was selected in the beauty contest held Saturday night at the Burkholder junior high school. She was sponsored by Frqnkie Randall's piano emporium. Named first runner-up was Teresa Jeffrey, representing the Eldorado Club, and second runner up was Laura Boscarino, sponsored by Nevada Power Co., who was also selected as "Miss Congeniality." The three top girls were selected from a field of 19 girls who participated in the contest, which was co sponsored by the Henderson Chamber of Commerce and the Kiwanis Club. Master of ceremonies was Rick Richardson, vice president and general manager of KORK radio. Sandi DeLillo was in charge of stage decorations and John Freeis and Russ Neiger were stage coordinators. The Basic high school Mat Maids were usherettes and Toni Amos was contestant coordinator. The entertainment during the contest was sponsored by "Jimmy the Hat Snyder and friends." The queen was the recipient of many prizes provided by local merchants. Carnival to Start J The Roy Barber Show carnival will be featured Wed. Through Sunday beginning at 5 p.m. on week days at the Civic Center grounds. Parade The Industrial Days Parade, which is always the climax of the annual celebration, will be held Sat, April 15, at 2 p.m. going down Water Street where announcers will tell about each entry. The theme of the parade will be Henderson's Silver Jubilee since the celebration this year is celebrating Henderson's 25th year of incorporation as a city. The parade will feature bands, various officials of the area, the usual beautiful Hoats and other entries. 4

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Hndtron Heim Ntwt, Htndtnon, Nvod Nt2 Tuttdoy April 11, If71 NEW MANAGERS OF GROUP SALES-Phyllis E. ftmr, obovt, ho b^n iMmd monagtr of group soles forth* "Old Vogas" in Hondorton.ThoOld Vtgotrosort it cvpocted te open fatrt In Juitf. It it now wndtr construction on Bouldor Highway. POST OFFICE IConid. From Pg. I Rodriquez was notified at 10:24 Saturday evening that there was a fire in the out-oftown drop box. presumably started by someone dropping a lighted matchbook into the slot. "We were able to salvage most of the local mail," he explained, adding that the address to which the mail was to be delivered was still readable. Rodriquez stayed into the early morning hours on Sunday, with the fans running, trying to sort out salvagable mail and air out the building which received a lot of smoke damage. "We still have the fans going today (Monday) and it may take a couple of weeks before we get rid of all the smoke damage." Rose de Lima Sponsors Blood Drive Here St. Rose de Lima Hospital is sponsoring a Blood Drive in the hospital's Annex on Friday, April 14, 1978 between the hours of 1230 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. The Drive is conducted by Nevada Blood Services to help supply the community's on-going need for blood. Generally healthy persons between the ages of 17 and 65 who weigh at least 110 pounds and have waited 8 weeks since their last blood donation are eligible to donate. A pre-donation interview will be conducted by members of the hospital Auxiliary to provide adequate information and qualified donors for the drive. You are urged to call St. Rose de Lima Hospital and sign up for this vital public service so that adequate staffing is available. The teleph6ne number is 564-2622. Further information is available. Tht world's firit prtuurt coektr wu built by tht Frtnch phywcift Dtnii Pipin in 1679. Inquiring Camera Girl TODArS QUESTION: Do you believe there could be UFO's from other worlds? Explain! Vf lA KINO • MIKIMPIOYK YESI Thr Mrtainly could bl If wt ton mokt it to Man • othtr Infolllgont boin|s should bo ablo te moko it hor coniidoring all of tho numtroui goloKiot. I wot In Ariiono wfwn ono young man disappoorod and canto bock Mying ho hod boon in on UFO. Ho hod til witnotsos to vorify his itotomont that ho mysttrouily voniihod and roappoarod. ^Action People* IICHAID lUSEY • FIEE • lANCEMUSICIAN-YES-HEUBVEl locouM tho Univorso is 10 infinito, wo would hvo to bo most ogotlttlcal to bo cor> tain that wo could bo tho only lifo in oxistoncol SAllY PENNINOTON • HOMEMAKER • I DON'T KNOWI If thoro aro any \ifO'%, I hovon't toon thomi Tho Oood Urd croatod tfto hoovont ond tho Earth ond I would roolly hovt te witnott e UFO boforo I bolifvodlH SHIRLEY PAYNI HOMEMAKER • YESI t boUovo there it. Although I haven't toon one myself, I tincoKsly don't boliove the people who toy they hove leon tftom ere lyirtg. Wo would oil hovo te go en a twper ego trip if we thought wo were the only living beingt in the Univorto. I'd love te see a UFO and wouldn't bo afraid for I krtow ihoy would hove to hove groat intelligorKO. WAYNE RANNINO • JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT • YESI I believe the people who sow thorn are tallirtg tho truth. Be* cause tho heavont ore to lorgc and to many other goloxiot, I feel there could be ether forms of life in tho entire Universe. REBECCA BOOTH • VOCATIONAt TRAININO STUDENT. YES, DEPINITEIYII fool tho/re here ar>d hove always boon here! There it tee much ovidertce throwghout titrto verifying the appearance of outer tpoce vititorti I de net find It "for out" in the loott to boliovo. AGENDA POSTED APRIL 10, 1978 PUBLISHED HENDERSON HOME NEWS April 11. 1978 AGENDA Thursday. April 13.1978 7:00 P M RErESSED MEETING CONFERENCE ROOM HENDERSON CITY COUNCIL 243 WATER STREET I CONFIRM.\TION OF POSTING II CALL TO ORDER & ROLL CALL III ACCEPTANCE OF AGENDA IV. UNFINISHED BUSINESS 1. CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM H-Apr 11.1978 SUMMARY: Well, all you outer space visitors out there If you are there most people here on Earth do believe. The feelings of the inters vieived was generally that it would be most efsotistical for us to believe we were the only living beings. Peo^ pie interviewed were serious and made a good deal of common sense! N01I: ducted ot tho SAPEWAY STORB BMtldor Hifkwoy • VICKI NEWELL • Manager of the Southern Nevada Youth Fair (Extension Service) exhibits ribbons for Opening Ceremony and Division Grand Champions for Youth Fair. Vicki is very pleased with her job which she describes as most stimulating and interesting. She has held the title of Manager of the Youth Fair since 1974. She served as volunteer from 1970 -1974 when the Extension Service was founded. With each year the popularity of encouraging the talents of the Southern Nevada youth keeps expanding. Vicki Lowman was born inTuscon, Arizona (her mother's home state) but Mrs. Lowman, together with her husband, Ed, were residents of Eureka, Nevada. Ed Lowman was employed in the Field of Mining and Vicki spent her student years living In the various cities of the State of Nevada settling in Henderson when Ed was appointed as Mill Superintendant of the Manganese Ore Company. It was during Vicki's Grammer School years while living in Lovelock that the young girl joined the 4H Club and became involved in the progress of Nevada's youth. During her high school years Vicki met Rex Newell. The young romance blossomed and the couple were married in 1961. The marriage produced two lovely girls. Vera Age 16, and Twila • Age 12. both girls involved with Junior Manpower for the Youth Fair, while Twila serves as a 4H Leader. Rex serres as the Leader of the Henderson 4H Club. Vicki Newell loves the challenge of her job and the office in Las Vegas is busy with the excit?ment of the oncoming Southern Nevada Youth Fair to be held at the Las Vegas Convention Center April 20th through the 23rd. Mrs. Newell coordinates the 180 Volunteers headed by the Board of Directors (Policy making body for Fair's Management) with Harvey Dondero serving as Chairman. Vicki is responsible for the entire operation and shares the gratitude with the youth in the kind participating of the Volunteers. Civic minded Vicki will serve at Chairman of this year's Henderson Expo while she had served as Coordinator of the Mini • Portion for the past three years. Other Civic duties thatthisenterprising lady takes part in are: Youth Public Education Chairman and a Member of the Board of Directors (State and County) for American Cancer Society; Chairman of the Parent Advisory CounciJ of Basic High School; Secretary on the Las Vegas Jaycee Fairgrounds Foundation; Member of the Allied Arts Council; Member of the Nevada Recreation and Parks Society; Member (Representing So. Nev. Youth Fair) Western Fairs Association Division of the International Association of Fairs and Expositions and hosting Student Jackie Blanchard (from Yorkshire, England) on exchange student plan. "I find this to be a fantastic and enjoyable experience," Vicki states. "We all are heavily involved in Civic Activities," Vicki states of the Newell family, "which composes most of our time. We find some time for camping but our main interest of Civic and Community efforts is our enjoyment!" Vicki is studying genealogy researching her family "roots." An avid reader, her spare moments are filled with catching up on some of Frank Slaughter's novels Vicki Newell lives her philosophy: "Seeking a better life for family, community, and fellowman through work, dedication, and earnest desires for a better life, and World!" Title I District Parent Advisory Council Meeting The Monthly meeting of the ESEA Title I Clark County School District Parent Advisory Council will be hield on Tuesday, April 11. 1978 at 9:30 a.m. in Room B 1 of the North Ninth Complex, 600 North Ninth Street, Las Vegas. Reports from planning meetings and a visit list will be presented. A new telephone committee will be formed to facilitate calls to parents. A film. The Mexican American: Heritage and Destiny, will be shown at the end of the business meeting. I Henderson Home JSews j 1,1951 ^ I I Publishfd every Tuesday ond Thursday morning at 22 Water Street. Henderson. Nevada 89105. Ph MORRY ZENOPT • Editor & Publisher Loru KettenoB • Managing Editor & General Manager 0a KrtlrrMn A!>.-iistant General Manager Nary SUfbrd • Editorial SlnfT Hapfy Prebl* • Advertiting Manager Tbelma CUve • Circulation Manager • •uLet StHcki • Office Manager 4 Bookkeeper Entered at the post omce in Henderson. Nevada. as iccond class matter on June 1.1951. SUtKHimOH R4Ttk SMirr OM V*w Sii Naatki aAiL sutKaimoMt -•• J... s • • •Ikr n ma m ti 1M IM Mk • wiiik> Hendenon Mem* News, Henderson, Nevada r l^age 3 OBITUARIES Chester E. Caldwell Patricia M. Rummer Chester E. Caldwell, 64, passed away April 8 in Henderson. He was born August 5. 1913 in Des Moines, Iowa and was a retired studio photographer. Mr. Caldwell was a Navy veteran of World War II and lived at 55 Country Club Drive. Survivors include his wife, Mary A. Caldwell of Henderson; sons, Frank C. Caldwell of Salinas, California and Clyde Caldwell of Henderson; daughters, Shirley Davis of Santee, California, CAR-TRUCK mmummu r Joyce Sweet of Las Vegas, and Nancy Bartlett and Sandy Barnhart of Henderson; a sister, Helen Crowder of Baldwin Park, California, 26 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren. Services will be held today, April 11 at 10 a.m. at Palm Chapel. Interment will follow at Palm Memorial Park. Deema Gladys Smith STORAGE I ALL TYPES • M a MM • OAT BARN I 565<6966 Dcema Gladys Smith, 67, passed away April 9 in Henderson. She was a one year resident of Henderson and resided at 29 Richardson Drive. Mrs. Smith was born December 8, 1910 in Carthage, Missouri. Survivors include her huband, Charles W. Smith of Henderson; daughters, Martha Ann Miller of South Gate. California and Sally Jo Marty of Salt Lake City; a son, Nelson G. Smith of Idaho Falls, Idaho; a sister, Rita Taylor of Henderson; brothers, Herbert Stevenson of St. BASIC READY MIX SERVING HENDERSON & BOULDER CITY Radio Dispatched 7 Days a Week Sat. A Sun. Delivery for Weekday Prices Now Ftvr Trwcksl Coll 564-1119, Lx)uis, Mo. and Clifford Stevenson of Oklahoma; nine grandchildren and one great grandchild. No local services were held. Interment was at Loma Vista Memorial Park in Fullerton, California. Palm Mortuary handled local arrangements. HENDERSON YOUTH BASEBALL The Henderson Youth Baseball Program is holding its final registration now through Thursday, April 13. All boys interested in participating in either the Pee Wee or Midget Leagues are encouraged to register by 5 p.m. Thursday. Fee is $5 per participant with the final scheduled draft to be held Thursday evening at 5:30 p.m., April 13, 1978 (All players must enter the draft to be eligible for participation). For further information phone 565-8921 ext 34 or 565-8932. Patricia M. Rummer, 70, passed away April 7 in Las Vegas. She was born January 9, 1908 in Toppenish, Washington and had resided at 238 Navajo Drive. She had lived in the area since 1959. j Survivors include her husband, Leslie Rummer of Henderson; son, Raymond Hood of Seattle, Washington; daughters, Elaine Barden of Ranton, Wa. and Violel Shanes of Henderson; a brother Bud Brownlee of Portland, Oregon; a sister, Gladys Horn of Seattle; 13 grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren. Graveside services will be held today, April 11 at 2 p.m. at Palm Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers the family has requested donations my be made to the Cancer Society. Guy Mongan Named Cyclethon Chairman Guy Mongan of Henderson has recently been appointed Chairman of the Henderson "Cyclethon '78 for the I benefit of the American Heart Association, Clark County Division. The Cyclethon will be held on May 6, 1978, at 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. and will begin at various points in Henderson city. Mongan is a seven year resident of the Clark County area, a threetour Vietnam war veteran with the rank of Chief Warrant Officer in the United States Army, a six-year firefighter in the Clark County Fire Department, active in area Boy Scouts, a member of the National Guard with the rank of Staff Sergent E-6 in the TV PIACOLOR HOME ENTERTAINMENT CENTER COLOR TV STEREO AM/FM RADIO 8-TRACK TAPE CALL TODAY end have • new Color Portable, Coneole or Hon>e Entertelnment center delivered to your home. See ell the exciting TV show* ar>d sports events In fabulous color In your home for only $10.00 for the first week. Bent UppSes t€mrd OwnersMp/ NO Creditors Checked! m mm ouimr Call 35-0703 joday 451-6305 Curtis Matties Centers im E. CMMESTON (AT MARVVANO PKWY) 4MS.USTEIM (AT THOPICAN*) 4S141IS Medical Platoon attached to the headquarters troop of the 163rd Armored Cavalry Squadron and a certified CPR instructor for the Heart Association. Mongan lives in Henderson with his wife and six children. Those participating in the Cyclethon may obtain sponsor sheets at Henderson schools, sporting goods stores, the Park and Recreation Department or from the Heart Association by calling 733-2020. Prizes will be presented to those who collect the most money for the ride and a Heart Cyclethon patch will be given to all participants who turn in their sponsor's pledges. Seventy-five percent of all donations received by the Heart Association, Clark County Division, remains in Clark County. What does not remain in the county is used mainly for research grants. All donations are tax-deductible and sponsors are urged to pay the Cyclethon participants by check. Rainbow Theater Announces New Schedule The Rainbow Theatre in downtown Henderson has announced new show times for the convenience of their customers. Starting Wednesday April 12,1978 The Rainbow Theatre will have one show nightly at 8 p.m., and 2 showings on Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. Matinees will continue at 2 p.m. both Saturday and Sunday. The Rainbow Theatre is now showing Walt Disney's latest hit with Jody Foster in "Candleshoe". to be followed by a return engagement of'Oh, God!". The Rainbow Theatre admission prices stay the same at $2 for adults and %l for children at all times. Th firit intrntional air mail contignmtnt was 4tlivaft^ in 17IS by Jtan Pitrra Bianehard and John JaffhM. M^o brou^tii it from Oovar. England to Calait, Franca m a balloon. TUESDAY APRIL 11, 1971 F0RKEN9 PLAYERS ONLY PLAY KENO at YOUR favorite rate of m or 70^ or $1.00 or our special rates of 65ior95^ V. WE HAVE THE FASTEST ACTION Howiyir, if yo dnt Rk ow speHl— WE WILL HONOR ANY SPECIAL TICKET FROM ANY CASINO IN NEVADA ^ ^ WE HAVE YOUR NUMBERS 00 JACKPOT SPECIALS 3 out of 3 pays $10(r 4 out of 4 pays $500" I 5 out of 5 pays $2,300" I 6 out of 6 pays $11,000" WE MVE WIDE OPEN KENO '50,oor KENO EXAGTA WIN '^mr FOR ONLY 25* MORE WE WMT YOUR KENO BUSINESS m wmmm mm wm .. ,!

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Hndtron Heim Ntwt, Htndtnon, Nvod Nt2 Tuttdoy April 11, If71 NEW MANAGERS OF GROUP SALES-Phyllis E. ftmr, obovt, ho b^n iMmd monagtr of group soles forth* "Old Vogas" in Hondorton.ThoOld Vtgotrosort it cvpocted te open fatrt In Juitf. It it now wndtr construction on Bouldor Highway. POST OFFICE IConid. From Pg. I Rodriquez was notified at 10:24 Saturday evening that there was a fire in the out-oftown drop box. presumably started by someone dropping a lighted matchbook into the slot. "We were able to salvage most of the local mail," he explained, adding that the address to which the mail was to be delivered was still readable. Rodriquez stayed into the early morning hours on Sunday, with the fans running, trying to sort out salvagable mail and air out the building which received a lot of smoke damage. "We still have the fans going today (Monday) and it may take a couple of weeks before we get rid of all the smoke damage." Rose de Lima Sponsors Blood Drive Here St. Rose de Lima Hospital is sponsoring a Blood Drive in the hospital's Annex on Friday, April 14, 1978 between the hours of 1230 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. The Drive is conducted by Nevada Blood Services to help supply the community's on-going need for blood. Generally healthy persons between the ages of 17 and 65 who weigh at least 110 pounds and have waited 8 weeks since their last blood donation are eligible to donate. A pre-donation interview will be conducted by members of the hospital Auxiliary to provide adequate information and qualified donors for the drive. You are urged to call St. Rose de Lima Hospital and sign up for this vital public service so that adequate staffing is available. The teleph6ne number is 564-2622. Further information is available. Tht world's firit prtuurt coektr wu built by tht Frtnch phywcift Dtnii Pipin in 1679. Inquiring Camera Girl TODArS QUESTION: Do you believe there could be UFO's from other worlds? Explain! Vf lA KINO • MIKIMPIOYK YESI Thr Mrtainly could bl If wt ton mokt it to Man • othtr Infolllgont boin|s should bo ablo te moko it hor coniidoring all of tho numtroui goloKiot. I wot In Ariiono wfwn ono young man disappoorod and canto bock Mying ho hod boon in on UFO. Ho hod til witnotsos to vorify his itotomont that ho mysttrouily voniihod and roappoarod. ^Action People* IICHAID lUSEY • FIEE • lANCEMUSICIAN-YES-HEUBVEl locouM tho Univorso is 10 infinito, wo would hvo to bo most ogotlttlcal to bo cor> tain that wo could bo tho only lifo in oxistoncol SAllY PENNINOTON • HOMEMAKER • I DON'T KNOWI If thoro aro any \ifO'%, I hovon't toon thomi Tho Oood Urd croatod tfto hoovont ond tho Earth ond I would roolly hovt te witnott e UFO boforo I bolifvodlH SHIRLEY PAYNI HOMEMAKER • YESI t boUovo there it. Although I haven't toon one myself, I tincoKsly don't boliove the people who toy they hove leon tftom ere lyirtg. Wo would oil hovo te go en a twper ego trip if we thought wo were the only living beingt in the Univorto. I'd love te see a UFO and wouldn't bo afraid for I krtow ihoy would hove to hove groat intelligorKO. WAYNE RANNINO • JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT • YESI I believe the people who sow thorn are tallirtg tho truth. Be* cause tho heavont ore to lorgc and to many other goloxiot, I feel there could be ether forms of life in tho entire Universe. REBECCA BOOTH • VOCATIONAt TRAININO STUDENT. YES, DEPINITEIYII fool tho/re here ar>d hove always boon here! There it tee much ovidertce throwghout titrto verifying the appearance of outer tpoce vititorti I de net find It "for out" in the loott to boliovo. AGENDA POSTED APRIL 10, 1978 PUBLISHED HENDERSON HOME NEWS April 11. 1978 AGENDA Thursday. April 13.1978 7:00 P M RErESSED MEETING CONFERENCE ROOM HENDERSON CITY COUNCIL 243 WATER STREET I CONFIRM.\TION OF POSTING II CALL TO ORDER & ROLL CALL III ACCEPTANCE OF AGENDA IV. UNFINISHED BUSINESS 1. CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM H-Apr 11.1978 SUMMARY: Well, all you outer space visitors out there If you are there most people here on Earth do believe. The feelings of the inters vieived was generally that it would be most efsotistical for us to believe we were the only living beings. Peo^ pie interviewed were serious and made a good deal of common sense! N01I: ducted ot tho SAPEWAY STORB BMtldor Hifkwoy • VICKI NEWELL • Manager of the Southern Nevada Youth Fair (Extension Service) exhibits ribbons for Opening Ceremony and Division Grand Champions for Youth Fair. Vicki is very pleased with her job which she describes as most stimulating and interesting. She has held the title of Manager of the Youth Fair since 1974. She served as volunteer from 1970 -1974 when the Extension Service was founded. With each year the popularity of encouraging the talents of the Southern Nevada youth keeps expanding. Vicki Lowman was born inTuscon, Arizona (her mother's home state) but Mrs. Lowman, together with her husband, Ed, were residents of Eureka, Nevada. Ed Lowman was employed in the Field of Mining and Vicki spent her student years living In the various cities of the State of Nevada settling in Henderson when Ed was appointed as Mill Superintendant of the Manganese Ore Company. It was during Vicki's Grammer School years while living in Lovelock that the young girl joined the 4H Club and became involved in the progress of Nevada's youth. During her high school years Vicki met Rex Newell. The young romance blossomed and the couple were married in 1961. The marriage produced two lovely girls. Vera Age 16, and Twila • Age 12. both girls involved with Junior Manpower for the Youth Fair, while Twila serves as a 4H Leader. Rex serres as the Leader of the Henderson 4H Club. Vicki Newell loves the challenge of her job and the office in Las Vegas is busy with the excit?ment of the oncoming Southern Nevada Youth Fair to be held at the Las Vegas Convention Center April 20th through the 23rd. Mrs. Newell coordinates the 180 Volunteers headed by the Board of Directors (Policy making body for Fair's Management) with Harvey Dondero serving as Chairman. Vicki is responsible for the entire operation and shares the gratitude with the youth in the kind participating of the Volunteers. Civic minded Vicki will serve at Chairman of this year's Henderson Expo while she had served as Coordinator of the Mini • Portion for the past three years. Other Civic duties thatthisenterprising lady takes part in are: Youth Public Education Chairman and a Member of the Board of Directors (State and County) for American Cancer Society; Chairman of the Parent Advisory CounciJ of Basic High School; Secretary on the Las Vegas Jaycee Fairgrounds Foundation; Member of the Allied Arts Council; Member of the Nevada Recreation and Parks Society; Member (Representing So. Nev. Youth Fair) Western Fairs Association Division of the International Association of Fairs and Expositions and hosting Student Jackie Blanchard (from Yorkshire, England) on exchange student plan. "I find this to be a fantastic and enjoyable experience," Vicki states. "We all are heavily involved in Civic Activities," Vicki states of the Newell family, "which composes most of our time. We find some time for camping but our main interest of Civic and Community efforts is our enjoyment!" Vicki is studying genealogy researching her family "roots." An avid reader, her spare moments are filled with catching up on some of Frank Slaughter's novels Vicki Newell lives her philosophy: "Seeking a better life for family, community, and fellowman through work, dedication, and earnest desires for a better life, and World!" Title I District Parent Advisory Council Meeting The Monthly meeting of the ESEA Title I Clark County School District Parent Advisory Council will be hield on Tuesday, April 11. 1978 at 9:30 a.m. in Room B 1 of the North Ninth Complex, 600 North Ninth Street, Las Vegas. Reports from planning meetings and a visit list will be presented. A new telephone committee will be formed to facilitate calls to parents. A film. The Mexican American: Heritage and Destiny, will be shown at the end of the business meeting. I Henderson Home JSews j 1,1951 ^ I I Publishfd every Tuesday ond Thursday morning at 22 Water Street. Henderson. Nevada 89105. Ph MORRY ZENOPT • Editor & Publisher Loru KettenoB • Managing Editor & General Manager 0a KrtlrrMn A!>.-iistant General Manager Nary SUfbrd • Editorial SlnfT Hapfy Prebl* • Advertiting Manager Tbelma CUve • Circulation Manager • •uLet StHcki • Office Manager 4 Bookkeeper Entered at the post omce in Henderson. Nevada. as iccond class matter on June 1.1951. SUtKHimOH R4Ttk SMirr OM V*w Sii Naatki aAiL sutKaimoMt -•• J... s • • •Ikr n ma m ti 1M IM Mk • wiiik> Hendenon Mem* News, Henderson, Nevada r l^age 3 OBITUARIES Chester E. Caldwell Patricia M. Rummer Chester E. Caldwell, 64, passed away April 8 in Henderson. He was born August 5. 1913 in Des Moines, Iowa and was a retired studio photographer. Mr. Caldwell was a Navy veteran of World War II and lived at 55 Country Club Drive. Survivors include his wife, Mary A. Caldwell of Henderson; sons, Frank C. Caldwell of Salinas, California and Clyde Caldwell of Henderson; daughters, Shirley Davis of Santee, California, CAR-TRUCK mmummu r Joyce Sweet of Las Vegas, and Nancy Bartlett and Sandy Barnhart of Henderson; a sister, Helen Crowder of Baldwin Park, California, 26 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren. Services will be held today, April 11 at 10 a.m. at Palm Chapel. Interment will follow at Palm Memorial Park. Deema Gladys Smith STORAGE I ALL TYPES • M a MM • OAT BARN I 565<6966 Dcema Gladys Smith, 67, passed away April 9 in Henderson. She was a one year resident of Henderson and resided at 29 Richardson Drive. Mrs. Smith was born December 8, 1910 in Carthage, Missouri. Survivors include her huband, Charles W. Smith of Henderson; daughters, Martha Ann Miller of South Gate. California and Sally Jo Marty of Salt Lake City; a son, Nelson G. Smith of Idaho Falls, Idaho; a sister, Rita Taylor of Henderson; brothers, Herbert Stevenson of St. BASIC READY MIX SERVING HENDERSON & BOULDER CITY Radio Dispatched 7 Days a Week Sat. A Sun. Delivery for Weekday Prices Now Ftvr Trwcksl Coll 564-1119, Lx)uis, Mo. and Clifford Stevenson of Oklahoma; nine grandchildren and one great grandchild. No local services were held. Interment was at Loma Vista Memorial Park in Fullerton, California. Palm Mortuary handled local arrangements. HENDERSON YOUTH BASEBALL The Henderson Youth Baseball Program is holding its final registration now through Thursday, April 13. All boys interested in participating in either the Pee Wee or Midget Leagues are encouraged to register by 5 p.m. Thursday. Fee is $5 per participant with the final scheduled draft to be held Thursday evening at 5:30 p.m., April 13, 1978 (All players must enter the draft to be eligible for participation). For further information phone 565-8921 ext 34 or 565-8932. Patricia M. Rummer, 70, passed away April 7 in Las Vegas. She was born January 9, 1908 in Toppenish, Washington and had resided at 238 Navajo Drive. She had lived in the area since 1959. j Survivors include her husband, Leslie Rummer of Henderson; son, Raymond Hood of Seattle, Washington; daughters, Elaine Barden of Ranton, Wa. and Violel Shanes of Henderson; a brother Bud Brownlee of Portland, Oregon; a sister, Gladys Horn of Seattle; 13 grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren. Graveside services will be held today, April 11 at 2 p.m. at Palm Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers the family has requested donations my be made to the Cancer Society. Guy Mongan Named Cyclethon Chairman Guy Mongan of Henderson has recently been appointed Chairman of the Henderson "Cyclethon '78 for the I benefit of the American Heart Association, Clark County Division. The Cyclethon will be held on May 6, 1978, at 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. and will begin at various points in Henderson city. Mongan is a seven year resident of the Clark County area, a threetour Vietnam war veteran with the rank of Chief Warrant Officer in the United States Army, a six-year firefighter in the Clark County Fire Department, active in area Boy Scouts, a member of the National Guard with the rank of Staff Sergent E-6 in the TV PIACOLOR HOME ENTERTAINMENT CENTER COLOR TV STEREO AM/FM RADIO 8-TRACK TAPE CALL TODAY end have • new Color Portable, Coneole or Hon>e Entertelnment center delivered to your home. See ell the exciting TV show* ar>d sports events In fabulous color In your home for only $10.00 for the first week. Bent UppSes t€mrd OwnersMp/ NO Creditors Checked! m mm ouimr Call 35-0703 joday 451-6305 Curtis Matties Centers im E. CMMESTON (AT MARVVANO PKWY) 4MS.USTEIM (AT THOPICAN*) 4S141IS Medical Platoon attached to the headquarters troop of the 163rd Armored Cavalry Squadron and a certified CPR instructor for the Heart Association. Mongan lives in Henderson with his wife and six children. Those participating in the Cyclethon may obtain sponsor sheets at Henderson schools, sporting goods stores, the Park and Recreation Department or from the Heart Association by calling 733-2020. Prizes will be presented to those who collect the most money for the ride and a Heart Cyclethon patch will be given to all participants who turn in their sponsor's pledges. Seventy-five percent of all donations received by the Heart Association, Clark County Division, remains in Clark County. What does not remain in the county is used mainly for research grants. All donations are tax-deductible and sponsors are urged to pay the Cyclethon participants by check. Rainbow Theater Announces New Schedule The Rainbow Theatre in downtown Henderson has announced new show times for the convenience of their customers. Starting Wednesday April 12,1978 The Rainbow Theatre will have one show nightly at 8 p.m., and 2 showings on Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. Matinees will continue at 2 p.m. both Saturday and Sunday. The Rainbow Theatre is now showing Walt Disney's latest hit with Jody Foster in "Candleshoe". to be followed by a return engagement of'Oh, God!". The Rainbow Theatre admission prices stay the same at $2 for adults and %l for children at all times. Th firit intrntional air mail contignmtnt was 4tlivaft^ in 17IS by Jtan Pitrra Bianehard and John JaffhM. M^o brou^tii it from Oovar. England to Calait, Franca m a balloon. TUESDAY APRIL 11, 1971 F0RKEN9 PLAYERS ONLY PLAY KENO at YOUR favorite rate of m or 70^ or $1.00 or our special rates of 65ior95^ V. WE HAVE THE FASTEST ACTION Howiyir, if yo dnt Rk ow speHl— WE WILL HONOR ANY SPECIAL TICKET FROM ANY CASINO IN NEVADA ^ ^ WE HAVE YOUR NUMBERS 00 JACKPOT SPECIALS 3 out of 3 pays $10(r 4 out of 4 pays $500" I 5 out of 5 pays $2,300" I 6 out of 6 pays $11,000" WE MVE WIDE OPEN KENO '50,oor KENO EXAGTA WIN '^mr FOR ONLY 25* MORE WE WMT YOUR KENO BUSINESS m wmmm mm wm .. ,!

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Henderson Home Nowt, Htndtrton, Novodo Page 4 TuisoAY Artirrrrf^i Municipol Court Report Tuetdoy, April 4, 19719 o.m. Kenneth Frelich Jr., 22. bench warrant, speeding 76 45, bail forfeited. Roxanne Catherine Fairbanks. 22, bench warrant, pleaded guilty, fined $100. Petit larceny, nola contendre, fined $250. Tueidoy, April 4, 197* 10 o.m. William Ralph Archer. 35, display suspended oper license, fined $200 Drive with susp. oper he, fined $200 William Wesley Coutts. 30, revoked oper lie, fined $50. Drive under infl ale, fined $150 Willia Franco infl • ale Penny minor in $25. Laura minor in $25. Dcbra m Bernard 24, drive under fined $175. MayEmmett.19, poss • ale, fined Kay ONcal. 19, poss -ale. fined Lyn Racelis, 19. minor in poss -ale. fined $25. WodfMiday, April S, I97I7 p.m. Robert Severn Shenk, 37, drive under infl • liquor, fined $175. Thursday, April 6, 197|. 1 p.m. Elizabeth Barlion. 45. bench warrant, fined $100. Henderson Solicitations Review Boarcl Approves Application 1^== Community Church Rummage Sale This Week Wednttdoy. Aprils, 19786 p.m. Curtis Jerome Pettcs, 21. contributing del minor, fined $50. Timothy Paul Gonzales, 23, contributing del minor, poss sub not entered into ICC, sentenced 3 months in jail. G*orge Edward Evcringham, 29. poss sub not entered into ICC, D.N'.X Bond forfeiture and bench warrant issued, homemade pies, coffee Norbert Leroy Holt. and punch. 53, drive under infl ale. court amend to full time The Women's Association of the Community Church of Henderson will be sponsoring the semi • annual rummage sale on April 13 and 14 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. There will be some excellent items on sale at very low bargain prices. The lunchcountcrwiil also be open, serving hamburgers, hot doijs. Now is the time to be looking for bargains for spring. Come in. look around and sit and enjoy .some good food and conversation. See you there! Remember the place: Gilbert Hall. Community Church. Texas and Army Street. The following charitable solicitations were approved by the Solicitations Review Board at its April, 1978 meeting: KIWANIS CLUB OF HENDERSON • To sell peanuts during the Industrial Days Parade to raise funds for their various charitable projects; on April 15,1978; AMERICAN LEGION B.M.I. POST NO. 40nTo conduct a mail solicitation for donations of money to send local high school boys to Boy's State; from 4-7-78 to 5-15-78: HENDERSON EMBLEM CLUB NO. 272 To sell raffle tickets in connection with their annual Luau to raise funds for their various charitable projects; from 4 -12 78 to 5-27-78; and attn.. pleaded guilty, fined $75. Clork Robinson Promoted To Sergeont ThcUS Air Force has promoted Clark L. Robinson, whose jiar ents are Mr. and Mrs. W L. Robinson of 58 E. Basic Road, Henderson, to the rank of technic-al sergeant. Sergeant Robinson is serving at Kelly .XFB, Tex as a radio communications analyst security technician. He is a 1968 graduate of South Salem (Ore.) High School. GRAND OPENING gth STATEWIDE OFFICE 1586 [.Flamingo •7312040 iiKiKCiiitsir Jiepisits II Sill ir more ALARM CLOCK • G£ compact Harm has easy to read dial hands and aia'm set • GF lo'npact alarm ti's any rowr decor pju) ao^kens you • U coo.^au alarrr easily Ms on bedsi* table !}£ WHY TAKE 7 LESS? ^ S29.17 % MONTHLY INTEREST PAID EACH IS 000 SAVINGS CERTIFICATES Opened by 25lh any month earns Irom 1sl Mo Sirrt rt wWH* t t t>ly WHtMr—w* S16.2$ QUARTERLY INTEREST 7 6 EACH $1 000 SAVINGS CERTIFICATES Opened by 15lh any quarter earns trom Isl H Src MnaRiwt r*r tarty WWtM f alt 6 % PASSBOOK liny amMMl DAILY INTEREST Compounded Quarlerly Opened by 12th aiij^ month earns Irom 1 st Means you earn an annual iniertsl rale ol S.IS^ NEVADA FIRSTrH,fr LAS vrcAs Of nets 41$ I. UIMN •iSUAM jiAU 11 SI* I. FUIIKO >•. 321C2 rt7riuit'' 7312040 •l>o-ci*M> c*iaf*vtct->i*i |MI Hi ^-..— AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY To conduct their annual fund raising campaign to obtain funds for cancer research and educational programs; from 4-19-78 to 6-19-78 to 6-19-78. BOY SCOUT PACK NO. 366 CHOLLA STREET CHAPEL) To paint house numbers on street curbs to raise funds for their operating expenses; from 4-7-78 to 7 6 • 78; ST. ROSE DE LIMA HOSPITAL AUXILIARY To solicit prizes from local businesses and sell tickets to the genera] public for a Hospital Employees Spring Frolic to raise funds for job connected educational programs for the staff; from4-7-78to5-6-78; SALVATION ARMY To conduct a mail solicitation for donations of money to help support their summer camping program; from 4-10-78 to 7 • 9 78; In addition, the following'solicitations were approved by the Board in. prior months and are still in effect: AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY BASIC-To solicit contributions of money from local businesses and social organizations to send three local high school girls to Girl's State; from 4 • 178 to 4 • 15 78; C.T. SEWELL PARENT AWARENESS GROUP To solicit prizes for a raffle, sell raffle tickets, booth tickets and food, all in connection with a school carnival, to raise funds for equipment and supplies for the school; from 3 3 78 to 4 29 78; HENDERSON, NEVADA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE-To sell booster badges and other supportive activities by other organizations to raise funds for the promotion of Henderson Industrial Days; from3-3-78to4-17-78: HENDERSON JAYCEES • To solicit contributions from local businesses and citizens to raise funds for the Fourth of July Fireworks Display; from 4 578 to 7 4 78; FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES, NO. 2672 To sell raffle tickets on various items and to'solicit advertising in the State Convention Bulletin to raise funds for the Max Baer Heart Fund, from2-3-78to4-22-78; AMERICAff HEART ASSOCIATIOAI. NEVADA CHAPTER To conduct their annual fund raising tampaign to raise funds for research and community projects; from 2-1-78 to 4 30 78. Any other aplicitors for charitable Organizations are operating without* beneTit of a permit and st(ould b reported to the Henderson Police Department immediately, S46 Uw Offices of IMURRAY ROSIN. Ltd. Former Judge. Membtr Nevada Bar Since 1954 ,^t DIVORCES, Annulments, t^mg^ ^ Legal Separations and 150 Adoptions, (Uncontested) >>i cm Change of name $100 Bankruptcy. Indiv $200 PlM CoUt PERSONAL INJURY. No fee for original consultation. If no recovery, no fee charged. Mtii II Fri 9 in 10 5 fn Sil. i Eifflii|s If kffm\iiM Now Two LKillonat 23 ARMY ST. HN^in. Ni. 564-1028 537 EAST SAHAn Suilt 2)3 lAbgvt im PIvsli Hi 735-2591 FOR ENTIRE MONTH OF APRIL 12's-14's • DOUBLE WIDES • Highest Trade In On Your Present Mobile Home • Excellent Financing Up To 15 Yrs. • Finest Service Department SHOW MODELS ON DISPLAY Open 7 Days A Week 8:30 to 7 P.M. $100, DISCOUNT We WHI Trade For Anything Of Value Towardt Your Purchate Factory Direct Dealer WITH THIS IN PARK SALES WE WILL BUY or LIST, YOUR MOBILE HOME BEST DEAL IN TOWN FOR YOU WE DEAL Miracle Mile Mobile Park Las Vegas • Dodge Boulder Hiway HeiM Sates Inc. VALLEY MOBILE HOMES INC. 3599 Boulder Hwy., L.V. Hsnderten Hortiie New* X a Pag* 5 TUISOAY APll 11, )97a f DOES YOUR SON GO AFTER SCHOOL? .. .why not to fhef BOYS'CLUB! HENDERSON BOYS' CLUB 401 DRAKE 565-6568 565-6569 v-^L \i' / PARENTS It may be hard to believe, but your son, if he is between the ages of 7 and 18, can belong to the Boys' Club for only '!•• PER YEAR CLUB HOURS: (SCHOOL MOMTHf) MONDAY-FRIDAY SATURDAY 3:00-9:00 P.M. 9:00 A.M.-7:00 P.M. ic CRAFTS in BASKETBALL ^ TRIPS k^ SKATEBOARD CONTESTS -k CAMRNG1^ JUDO < ^ FOOTBALL ^ CHOIR -k CHESS if MOVIES i ^ AIR HOCKEY if ARCHERY if TABLE TENNIS ^ WEUSHTLIFTING ^ TRAMPOLINE ^ANDMANYMORE ALL UNDER GOOD ADULT SUPERVISION ^^ i • ^

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Henderson Home Nowt, Htndtrton, Novodo Page 4 TuisoAY Artirrrrf^i Municipol Court Report Tuetdoy, April 4, 19719 o.m. Kenneth Frelich Jr., 22. bench warrant, speeding 76 45, bail forfeited. Roxanne Catherine Fairbanks. 22, bench warrant, pleaded guilty, fined $100. Petit larceny, nola contendre, fined $250. Tueidoy, April 4, 197* 10 o.m. William Ralph Archer. 35, display suspended oper license, fined $200 Drive with susp. oper he, fined $200 William Wesley Coutts. 30, revoked oper lie, fined $50. Drive under infl ale, fined $150 Willia Franco infl • ale Penny minor in $25. Laura minor in $25. Dcbra m Bernard 24, drive under fined $175. MayEmmett.19, poss • ale, fined Kay ONcal. 19, poss -ale. fined Lyn Racelis, 19. minor in poss -ale. fined $25. WodfMiday, April S, I97I7 p.m. Robert Severn Shenk, 37, drive under infl • liquor, fined $175. Thursday, April 6, 197|. 1 p.m. Elizabeth Barlion. 45. bench warrant, fined $100. Henderson Solicitations Review Boarcl Approves Application 1^== Community Church Rummage Sale This Week Wednttdoy. Aprils, 19786 p.m. Curtis Jerome Pettcs, 21. contributing del minor, fined $50. Timothy Paul Gonzales, 23, contributing del minor, poss sub not entered into ICC, sentenced 3 months in jail. G*orge Edward Evcringham, 29. poss sub not entered into ICC, D.N'.X Bond forfeiture and bench warrant issued, homemade pies, coffee Norbert Leroy Holt. and punch. 53, drive under infl ale. court amend to full time The Women's Association of the Community Church of Henderson will be sponsoring the semi • annual rummage sale on April 13 and 14 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. There will be some excellent items on sale at very low bargain prices. The lunchcountcrwiil also be open, serving hamburgers, hot doijs. Now is the time to be looking for bargains for spring. Come in. look around and sit and enjoy .some good food and conversation. See you there! Remember the place: Gilbert Hall. Community Church. Texas and Army Street. The following charitable solicitations were approved by the Solicitations Review Board at its April, 1978 meeting: KIWANIS CLUB OF HENDERSON • To sell peanuts during the Industrial Days Parade to raise funds for their various charitable projects; on April 15,1978; AMERICAN LEGION B.M.I. POST NO. 40nTo conduct a mail solicitation for donations of money to send local high school boys to Boy's State; from 4-7-78 to 5-15-78: HENDERSON EMBLEM CLUB NO. 272 To sell raffle tickets in connection with their annual Luau to raise funds for their various charitable projects; from 4 -12 78 to 5-27-78; and attn.. pleaded guilty, fined $75. Clork Robinson Promoted To Sergeont ThcUS Air Force has promoted Clark L. Robinson, whose jiar ents are Mr. and Mrs. W L. Robinson of 58 E. Basic Road, Henderson, to the rank of technic-al sergeant. Sergeant Robinson is serving at Kelly .XFB, Tex as a radio communications analyst security technician. He is a 1968 graduate of South Salem (Ore.) High School. GRAND OPENING gth STATEWIDE OFFICE 1586 [.Flamingo •7312040 iiKiKCiiitsir Jiepisits II Sill ir more ALARM CLOCK • G£ compact Harm has easy to read dial hands and aia'm set • GF lo'npact alarm ti's any rowr decor pju) ao^kens you • U coo.^au alarrr easily Ms on bedsi* table !}£ WHY TAKE 7 LESS? ^ S29.17 % MONTHLY INTEREST PAID EACH IS 000 SAVINGS CERTIFICATES Opened by 25lh any month earns Irom 1sl Mo Sirrt rt wWH* t t t>ly WHtMr—w* S16.2$ QUARTERLY INTEREST 7 6 EACH $1 000 SAVINGS CERTIFICATES Opened by 15lh any quarter earns trom Isl H Src MnaRiwt r*r tarty WWtM f alt 6 % PASSBOOK liny amMMl DAILY INTEREST Compounded Quarlerly Opened by 12th aiij^ month earns Irom 1 st Means you earn an annual iniertsl rale ol S.IS^ NEVADA FIRSTrH,fr LAS vrcAs Of nets 41$ I. UIMN •iSUAM jiAU 11 SI* I. FUIIKO >•. 321C2 rt7riuit'' 7312040 •l>o-ci*M> c*iaf*vtct->i*i |MI Hi ^-..— AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY To conduct their annual fund raising campaign to obtain funds for cancer research and educational programs; from 4-19-78 to 6-19-78 to 6-19-78. BOY SCOUT PACK NO. 366 CHOLLA STREET CHAPEL) To paint house numbers on street curbs to raise funds for their operating expenses; from 4-7-78 to 7 6 • 78; ST. ROSE DE LIMA HOSPITAL AUXILIARY To solicit prizes from local businesses and sell tickets to the genera] public for a Hospital Employees Spring Frolic to raise funds for job connected educational programs for the staff; from4-7-78to5-6-78; SALVATION ARMY To conduct a mail solicitation for donations of money to help support their summer camping program; from 4-10-78 to 7 • 9 78; In addition, the following'solicitations were approved by the Board in. prior months and are still in effect: AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY BASIC-To solicit contributions of money from local businesses and social organizations to send three local high school girls to Girl's State; from 4 • 178 to 4 • 15 78; C.T. SEWELL PARENT AWARENESS GROUP To solicit prizes for a raffle, sell raffle tickets, booth tickets and food, all in connection with a school carnival, to raise funds for equipment and supplies for the school; from 3 3 78 to 4 29 78; HENDERSON, NEVADA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE-To sell booster badges and other supportive activities by other organizations to raise funds for the promotion of Henderson Industrial Days; from3-3-78to4-17-78: HENDERSON JAYCEES • To solicit contributions from local businesses and citizens to raise funds for the Fourth of July Fireworks Display; from 4 578 to 7 4 78; FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES, NO. 2672 To sell raffle tickets on various items and to'solicit advertising in the State Convention Bulletin to raise funds for the Max Baer Heart Fund, from2-3-78to4-22-78; AMERICAff HEART ASSOCIATIOAI. NEVADA CHAPTER To conduct their annual fund raising tampaign to raise funds for research and community projects; from 2-1-78 to 4 30 78. Any other aplicitors for charitable Organizations are operating without* beneTit of a permit and st(ould b reported to the Henderson Police Department immediately, S46 Uw Offices of IMURRAY ROSIN. Ltd. Former Judge. Membtr Nevada Bar Since 1954 ,^t DIVORCES, Annulments, t^mg^ ^ Legal Separations and 150 Adoptions, (Uncontested) >>i cm Change of name $100 Bankruptcy. Indiv $200 PlM CoUt PERSONAL INJURY. No fee for original consultation. If no recovery, no fee charged. Mtii II Fri 9 in 10 5 fn Sil. i Eifflii|s If kffm\iiM Now Two LKillonat 23 ARMY ST. HN^in. Ni. 564-1028 537 EAST SAHAn Suilt 2)3 lAbgvt im PIvsli Hi 735-2591 FOR ENTIRE MONTH OF APRIL 12's-14's • DOUBLE WIDES • Highest Trade In On Your Present Mobile Home • Excellent Financing Up To 15 Yrs. • Finest Service Department SHOW MODELS ON DISPLAY Open 7 Days A Week 8:30 to 7 P.M. $100, DISCOUNT We WHI Trade For Anything Of Value Towardt Your Purchate Factory Direct Dealer WITH THIS IN PARK SALES WE WILL BUY or LIST, YOUR MOBILE HOME BEST DEAL IN TOWN FOR YOU WE DEAL Miracle Mile Mobile Park Las Vegas • Dodge Boulder Hiway HeiM Sates Inc. VALLEY MOBILE HOMES INC. 3599 Boulder Hwy., L.V. Hsnderten Hortiie New* X a Pag* 5 TUISOAY APll 11, )97a f DOES YOUR SON GO AFTER SCHOOL? .. .why not to fhef BOYS'CLUB! HENDERSON BOYS' CLUB 401 DRAKE 565-6568 565-6569 v-^L \i' / PARENTS It may be hard to believe, but your son, if he is between the ages of 7 and 18, can belong to the Boys' Club for only '!•• PER YEAR CLUB HOURS: (SCHOOL MOMTHf) MONDAY-FRIDAY SATURDAY 3:00-9:00 P.M. 9:00 A.M.-7:00 P.M. ic CRAFTS in BASKETBALL ^ TRIPS k^ SKATEBOARD CONTESTS -k CAMRNG1^ JUDO < ^ FOOTBALL ^ CHOIR -k CHESS if MOVIES i ^ AIR HOCKEY if ARCHERY if TABLE TENNIS ^ WEUSHTLIFTING ^ TRAMPOLINE ^ANDMANYMORE ALL UNDER GOOD ADULT SUPERVISION ^^ i • ^

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*-t • ^ • ^i^^wp" •*^ Hnckron Homt Nwt, Henderson, Nevoda Page 6 >^^r^< Potential criminals are aware of the diminished physical capacity and the physical vulnerability of the elderly, and thus are more likely to seek out an elderly target; (6) there is a greater likelihood that older people will live in high crime neighborhoods rather than in suburbia as a result of diminished income and of being rooted in central cities. Thus they find themselves in close proximity to the groups most likely to victimize them (the unemployed, teenage drop outs, etc ); (7) The dates of receipt by mail of monthly pension and benefit checks are widely known (and hence the dates when older people arc most likely to have cash on their person or in their dwellings); (8) Dependency on walking or on public transportation is more likely among older people who. for physical, financial or other reasons, are less likely to drive or own a private automobile; (9) Because of loss of status and a decreased sense of personal efficacy associated in American culture with being old. older people may be less likely to process complaints through the criminal justice bureaucracy and draw upon available community resources for protection and redress. When the factors listed abpve are combined with reasons for special vulnerability mentioned in the writings of other professionals, gathered as a result of "self opinion" surveys conducted by several groups concerned with the problems of the aging, and correlated with the opinions of law enforcement officials. The following list of factors causing special vulnerability to personal or property loss as a result of criminal behavior against the elderly population in this country emerges: 1. Isolation The reason for this factor being listed first can be stated very simply. Because such a high percentage of older citizens do in fact live alone in our society, and because physical and social isolation create an atmosphere in which criminal activity is directly invited, older people in our society are especially vulnerable to crime. When we consider the fact that about 25*"/of our older population has no family with whom they are in immediate contact, and that the overwhelming majority of them live in separate quarters from any family that they do actually have, the problem begins to become immediately apparent. 2. Location Because of the preponderance of low-income members in the aging population, this group tends to occupy the housing areas in closest proximity to the "high crime rate" areas of most communities. 3. Physical factors Physical strength, the diminished physical strength and endurance of older persons render them much less able to defend themselves or to successfully complete flight from any possible criminal situation. Unable to fight and unable to flee successfully, the elderly most often are forced simply to remain caught in the criminal circumstance and become its victim. 4. High visibility of weaknesses of potential victims, since in most cases the elderly potential victims of the criminal act live in close proximity to those who would victimize them, and since their physical ailments are so obviously detected because of a slow walking pace, the use of cane or walker, etc.. it is practically impossible for the elderly to conceal their physical vulnerability from potentially predatory criminals. As one elderly person recently stated emphatically, to me. "They knew I was. alone, they knew I was crippled, they thought I had money, and it was only a matter of time until they got me." 5. Rigid schedules and a£^ # ni^1978 I Final Days For Art Entries | ^ Wednesday, April 12th is the final day for Art en-'S' Predictable patterns of • tries in the Annual Industrial Days .\rt Show and* ''f^' 'he routine and J Competition The fee is $5 per adult. 8 art works J ^^''-^ lifestyle of many permitted and $1 per child or junior 8 art worksj o'^^"" Persons is often determined by the arrival of their pension checks or some similar occurrence. In such circumstances, the accompanying trip to the bank, or the vcr\' familiar expedition to the grocery store, has the same effect among potential predatory criminals as the hoistingofa flagwith the wording. "I've got money." ^ • • -• • 4 2" permitted Entries will be taken from 3 to 7 p.m. at C J Room No. 7 of the Civic Center .Auditorium. 201 Lead w St. For further information please call 565 • 8951. JL \^U ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^m^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^0 ^^0 ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^# ^^^ ^^^ ^^tf ^^^ ^^^r ^^^ ^^S ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^ ^^L ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^L ^^1 ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^u^ JCettet TEN TOP TICKETS WIN GREAT The 10 highest paid Keno Ti durmg the Celebration will win prizes listed below Ceieb'aiio" stans 12 01AM or. Satu'Oay Apr.I 72 at the Downtowr EL CORTEZ HOTEL & CASINO *\ Veges, Nevada • 6th i Frtmont On April 3. 1978 I had the pleasure to witness and participate in seeing democracy in action. The residents of section 19 attended the Henderson Council meeting and were given the opportunity to express our concern over the proposed Housing development in section 24 on which section 19 borders and which will ultimately affect all of Henderson. My family, myself and my neighbors in section 19 wish to commend the council person: Mayor Pro Tern, Phil Stout. Lorna Kesterson. Gary Price, and Carlton Lawrence, in being fair minded and courteous Sincerely. (s)Mrs. Karen Bjornson The number of assaults, theAs, of various kinds, purse snatchings, etc.. perpetrated against elderly pensioners on check day speaks much more eloquently than perhaps any other indicator of the extent to which potential criminals have clocked the financial calendar of the potential elderly victim. 6. Emotional and mental weakness • Persons who suffer from emotional disturbances in general tend easily to become criminally victimized, and the mentally retarded at all age levels appear frequently on the receiving end of criminal activity. The mentally infirm aged are also prime victims for the fraudulent salesman, health quacks and real estate schemes. The latter in particular may use the "Great American Dream" of retirement and happiness in the sunset years as an inducement to the aged person to invest in longterm plans designed to obtain for the operator monthly payments, for plots of land in undeveloped, and sometimes, undevelopable areas, rather than in homes or apartments that would really fill the needs of the aging investor. Oftentimes, investment frauds are easily perpetrated against the elderly because of the feeling on the part of the investor that he has only a few more years, and that he must make quick gains if he is to enjoy the fruits of his investment during his lifetime. Another contributing factor to such fraudulent manipulations is the "Kamikaze Syndrome" in which the elderly person thinks, "I will take an excessive risk in order to possibly achieve great gains because, even if I lose, I will not be around long to suffer from the loss." When judgment is impaired because of diminished intellectual functioning or emotional stress, other dangers arise which threaten the personal safety as well as the property of the aging victim. For example, persons arc permitted to gain entrance to the homes of elderly individuals through certain ruses which would probably be clearly detected by those functioning at a higher level, mentally or emotionally. 7. Ageism Finally, elderly citizens are rendered even more vulnerable because of the prejudice of ageism itself. This systematic prejudice against older people which includes stereotyping them, setting them aside as different, and in some cases outright hostility toward them, probably because we fear seeing in them what we dread most in our own Ife cycle, marshals all the forces of both economics and prejudice effectively to interact in such a way as to force most elderly persons to function with all of the disabilities commonly acknowledged to be part of minor group membership in our society, with all the special vulnerability toexploitation and abuse which tends to accompany minority group membership. In summary, because of so many factors within the elderly person himself, such k% the physical, mental and emotional, and because of innumerable factors operating outside of the elderly person, but inherent in our competitive economic system and the larger culture, it seems indisputable that the elderly are indeed especially vulnerable to activities both against their person and their property Hend#ron Home Newt, Henderson, Nevada t;(* Pre Season Spedil Reduce Your Power BHI ,—. 4^ OCQZ. iMUIIalMlfrMMMtia. up IOAUTD I.IIM.I,M.M. Free bntelietien! Autometk Oatnper^ AvaNeble Good Thru .^pr 20 VIS.A M VSTER CHARGE OPENT DAYS Jim's Turiwie Cooiefs 458-3254 *-^MiUO*'iTr£S HAVE SlUihH!) ?EVtLOr£P MID fVUPeP ?Y UC1..I CoKfonvom, icu AS -ne HAetKTBp miuittHce oecvc^ A *U4ipiAir>r O^ itr. o SucM YtOtiKM I3 1M£5TA61W WHiK|uMlTiti *Mi> Mve JVtV It*. lA^I MIMt YtAtc-.' LEGAL NOTKE IN rw IKMm JUMOAl DtSTMO COUIT Of IM iTATI 0 NtVAOA, M AMD KM TM COUNn Of CUM N. OIOU MUieiHI MKXH. fMntW vt. THAUM III tUCKII, MOVING • STORAGE Local • Statewide • Worldwide YOUNG & RUE MOVING & STORAGE AGENT GLOBAL VAN LINES Total Service CUSTOMER S.\TISF.\CTIO\ IS OL'R WATCHWORD. We consider your move completed only when you are completely satisfied Phone 457-3060 Employment Services ^ WHERE CAREERS BEGIN E ^ "Let Us Help You Find ^ Employment" ^23 Army St Henderson 1^564.1028 We've brought \ ou natural gas for over 20 years and you may not know our names. We thought it was high time to introduce oursrKcs (he folks who've brought you natural gas all these years. We arc happy to provide Hen dcrson with a clean, efficient energy source for cooking, space and water heating. We also wanted to tell you to please call us with any questions on your current natural gas service or, if you "re in the process of remodeling or building, let us help you plan for your future natural gas needs. We have ideas to help you more efficiently use this valuable natural resource. w 'iC'AI.IKOHMA-l'Ani-K iTILmE-sCo i08N4rkeiSi HendCTson. Ncnd4 8SOI5 SfiV8441 r^l.m,fS.f,w,fl.ft Art) IVtMMa Ofi*. 1h—f' fniKirkrr f ,.i.. r). • • r>-•*'*• • frMM r** Mt t* nfM JaAi rate M *rt,f r,. / UM • i • ( k,^m '< • '* A•M4^ (-.. THI tTATt Of NIVADA SIMM MHTtNOS TO TM AtOVI NAAMO DfflMOAMT: 4>ltfW M Mfv* H^M MUtlAT fOtlN. f M. ^l>lii H >fl • NtnMy, wtiMg mHnu ii SV IM Mwn, Swll 11), L Vn<. N*4o II04 Wl •niwr t HM Ccm^alM wtMi h tmtmtttt MfvW upw< yw. wtMn 10 ift •ft*' wnto •! (Ml SwmnwH vpti ymt, •KIWIIV* wit rtw 4v sf MMW. M Y*V M f < M, |4tmw by itlmiH will W Mlfi atalm) yM *>r ttw r*M MIV tK Wn^ M mvtnmtny nMr mnd fMMM. lOIITT* •OWMAN, CIWI ty MIOtAM DOnON MnMsftii u. ion MTIKT COUtT UAl M.'MAI II. A^. 4. n, )t. IS M nm noNm wMOAt MniiCT coun Of tM STATI Of NfVADA. m AND fOI TM COUNTT Of OAIK N*. Dll(3 HAMSNCHANOIA C f ATIL fldnllK V*. COfffM I f ATK SUHIMONt TNI HATI Of NIVADA UNM GIIPINOS TO TM AMVI • NAMID DMNOANT TM 91* K#kv • wwr m wrf an^ n ^ui n d H N* pn lOWAlO WlmiTIIN. ISO yMntMTi atfn*> Wfvto •! thn Knmtm upan Vw. •uWttvt •< tfc* ^Y •< MVKt W yw Ml M W M, Mf"*"* by MwK will U twisfi •^••iw* yw f9f Wie f9t*ee vAfWRnovw In rtw Umplnf TK^ wttM it bevwtK* *t mt^rirrmny pi9mn*\y •itetinf b^fwf w yw lOIITTA tOWMAN •y DItOIAM DOTSOM 0*r>yCtw* niTtKT COUIT MAI DATl MMt> M. 1*71 m TM HOHTN JtmOAl OtSTilCT COUIT Of IM HATI0* MVAOA IN AND fOI TNI coufmof ciAM UMNO AI7IM* lOWHA aOWMAN CtIM IT lOMUA MTIIt In lM Mtw tl tKt Htmtn • f Ann ANN *AANN. MMnl xwtKw t4 |war4iwt (^ littrnd CNIItTOmH lAT NOtTON, • miw. Hi • Cfccof* • "••"• AMINMD NOTKf NOna IS MMIT OIVIN itwt • Marck Jl. 1*71. rATTM ANN MANN. NM • llw IllMiin I.. Ctnl 0 Own^ MUMl 0 OUNO lOII CMMI. MM IIOJ .4, M. II.U. 1*71 M IM IIOffTN JUeiCUU MSTIKT COUIT Of IM SIAH Of NIVADA IN AND KM TM COUNTT Of CUM CAM NO. OUM fMM Mw. IT. I.MM 71 lOmTAIOWMAN CUN IT tOMUA Mnil I* MM Matiw •( ilw filtlii tl JIAN iuuarN na. fw • Cht* •> NV** Nona NOnCIIS MIHT OIVIN lMl • M*.c< II, 1*71. MAN lUI^MTM IKI. nW in riM lltA<*i ii>y •( dot. • Mtwn hr Owfift •< Nanx ham MAN HIZAMTN Ha M JIANtTTl IMAMHT. (tIMwHalD Owtri MUMKD OUNO Mil Cwwn.SwM* 1101 iM Vafat, Na n rfa N-Apr. 4, II. II. U, 1*71 at 1W MMfN JUHCIM MinCT cown Of IM n*n Of MVADA. M AND KM me covNTT Of CUM MO OVM nuNNAOMoai. IM RAII01 NIVAaA nNOt omiMOt Kl IM AMVI • NAAW OMNDANT 1mtmlm^mmmmaim>dm^dm4 M an* a^M MMK OUNO pWaMTi t m m m t. • • • m4imt it in I Unm. Mia I Itl iM Vagai. NM4a a MM> HM Ca#WM a>iUi la IWMMI tantrf yw. •*> M 4n V • *"**"' *•• i.aaiM a^M ,m. m l W i al *a 4rfMtw.l—WHll • dm 4MM*rf to ** CMptaM. N* b w MMM •• *MM Ha kM* •! •fW CMtlCa To the Editor: I would like to congratulate the person or persons that did their good deed, by making Victory Village more beautiful. I'm sure someone will recognize this loveseat and the rest of it that is there. With people like you working so hard to keep Henderson clean, you don't need the rest of us to help. It's good to know that in this day and age, there are still people that takes the time to teach their kids to respect their town, country and other people. I'd guess you did this at night so no one would see you, next time you should do it in the day time, you may be awarded a medal for being a good citizen. Mrs. Broyles • ^: LEGAL NOTICE IIGAI MOTKi Natica it haraky gi>afl Nia) tla4a, 1*104 lat Vafai laat Marbar f O !• • 771 Han4anan, Na IfOIS H A^ 4. II. 11. 1*71 IN TMI IIGtfTM JUnCIAl OlSTIICr COUIT Of IM tTAn 0* NIVADA. IN AND K)l THI COUNTY Of cum Na DIMS OITN DAVnS. flalalW v MTTY MAIOA DAVWS. Daa4ani SUMMONS TM STATI Of NIVADA SINOS OlilTINOS TO TM AlOVI NAMID DIftNDANT Yaw afa Kafaby avwrnanad nn4 ra^vifa^ la Miva ypan MUmi D OUNO ylamitfTi • Manwy. wliaa aMraai h 10} I Canan. Na. MM. ^m Vafat. Naaa4a MIDI ax • niaw M ifca Ca w p l abw >MrimaAy naw and haiaiafaia aiifliinf baiaraan flainlMtf mnd Dafandant lOIITTA lOWMAN. ClaHi •> Cawrt ly (i| Jana Maya' DafwiyClafli OtfTIKT COUIT SIAt DATI Manli 17. 1*71 N-A> 4. II. II. M*y]. 1*71 IN IM IWHTM JUDKIAl DISTIICT COUIT Of TM sun Of NIVADA, M AND K>l IW COUNTY Of CUH NIad Ma' X. lllfM 71 lOtlTTA lOWMAN Clll> lY HATIICI MIOS In iM Manai tl iba Imia a< UXIY ANN fHOIMI. Dacaaiad NOIKI Of SlntlMINT Of ACCOUNT. AND MAHNO fiTmoN MI oisnnu. TION Of ISTATI VMtMtt 11 li#f#wy 0ivtn fiM* ifflfsiv W. Shaaw b a' a 141b day *l A^l A 0 1*71, Wbif a d*y af lafwlw Uutf tl MM Cwn, at *M a'ilb AM. al iba Cawft laam af tald Cawrt, in Iba City •( Ui Vaflai, in MM Claib Cawmy, km baan Aaad by laid Cawrt la' IIM MMlamant af •aid anawM and baarinf >aid paWlan lar diitrtbwlian af laid mala, al wbb Hma and pimtt all ptntm intaraiiad in laid ••lala niay tppaer and lAaw lawta. d any ibn km*. iy Mid paMNan iKawW •• ba >I*. AD 1*71 lOiriA lOWMAN. CM ly HATWa MIDS. Oaywty CM DlSldia COUIT SIM HAar 4. II. IJ. I*7| fMO Mv ll*S AM -71 lOtPTA lOWMAN CUK ly MATMCI fWlDS M TM HOMTH JUOtCIAl DinilCT COUIT 01 IM iTAIf Of NIVAOA IN AND 101 IM COUNTY Of CUH IN TM MATm Of TM HTAfl Of IDWAID I lilO. NOIKl TO CmtTOCS (* Oayt Natica) Hthm It baiaby fix* <*<*< •*>• <<"^• ifnad b kaan dwiy ayyalniad and wal' Wad by riia aban anmUd C*WM an iba lliftdayafMa'rfi l7|atliartrtiaalad M Ma Hia tama aMb ClaA rf MM CMrt Mdn M dayt afiai Iba Nnt paklf Han al AN Nn •MW Itai* *.. 1*71 UNOA NOm. bataM. af iba laMtt tf BaseboH Team Loses h\ Frank S. Ward Tl-c Basic Hi,i;l-. SCKM-I M ct "s baseball ic.iiu li'si to B'l ai /a Fnilax. 12-0. .1 d Cl'.aparral S.i urdax. 10.2, Biiai Hill .t B.iai /a pi 11 cd a I'l c-l i a '•• 1 I'lp l"is iciin (lcit.a 'I c \V..Kcs. Adnai Clark sii v;lcii ii c llrs ii 1 ii i; f. V Basil's I ly 1 i-. Sa nrday Basic a\ dclea cd by Cl aparial a n c. ]') • :. Tl-.c W(i|\c-s" iin Camnwuian, Caflil Cam^i. KinbaW IwHdlnf. SOS latt Kln( Kraal, Conwi CMy. Nmada 1*710. and Iba liadlay lwlldln. ISOI latl SatMra A fwbJK viawinf ftntm wba witb la pralail iba abaa fMnf ttmtU da ta in wrtMnf la Hia Cammiiilaa al Mi Cafwn Ofy tlNa an ar bafara ArU >*, 1*71 ly Iba Cammitalaii. dlHabaif Naidy MMI f HAIDT. OMimian AinST: (I) Wm W fnbKb. > WM W fWKSCH. Jl. Sacwary Dalad: Canan Cly. Navada Arl 4. 1*71 (MAI) N-An n. 1*71 IN TM IMMfTM MOKIAI OinilCT COUIT Of TM STAIt Of NIVADA. IN AND fO* TM COUNTY Of CUM Na Dl>* CNAMH ftUlY, CONNNWTAtT. S UMMONS TM STATI Of NTVAOA SINDS OtHTINOl TO n AlOVI • NAAMO DMffOANT Taw a>a baiaki • aiiaia n ad t n 4 laaiHad •a tana upan MUMK •. OWM plihHfTt tviia 1101, lOT Vatat. Navada. an annaaf waan yaw. wMbin M dayi aflar wn>laa at *l Wmmant apa* ymi. aaal>at af MM day af tarvlia H yaa (all a da ta, • by< ptalM llw It an I haaditf I an I la U m bi MM tOMHA MWHAft. Oai* at Caart lyMfMOW rCM Pof? Tuesday April 11, 1978 Profiles In Art by P.K. WING With the inception of the Annual Industrial Days Art Show and Competition, the quality of art entries as well as jurors has varied greatly. This season marks the Silver Anniversary of Henderson Industrial Days and we are honored and fortunate to have Thomas J. Holder as the primary juror for this show. Truly a professional in every sense, Holder is internationally acclainied for his innovative techniques in silk screen printing, his art works relating to the environment, and his extensive research in gallery and museum to implement art related programs within the University. Past shows juried by the artist include the National League of American Pen Women State Art Competition and Exhibition, and the ,Jayc.ee Stale Fair Art Competition; he has served as Fine Arts Consultant to the Clark County Library and has been a member of the State of Nevada Bicentennial Visual .Arts Committee. Academic achievements include a Masters in Fine Arts coupled with various teaching posts at San Diego and Washington Universities. A member of UNLV since 1971, Holder, as an Associate Professor of the Arts, has held two Thomas J. Holder terms as Chairman of the Department. As the primary force behind experimental projects such as the design of Exio House, a solar and wind powered underground studio; he is responsible for new directions withinthcartiitic world. Other notable nchievcment.s through the University include obtaining a matching Grant from Nevada State Council on the Arts for support of the UNLV Gallerv' program, the initiation of the Angels Peak Art Retreat, and the mini term California gallery and studio tour. Listed in Whos'Who in American .\rt. he is represented by several leading national galleries. Holders work has been purchased by such notable institutions as the San Diego Fine Arts Galler>-, the Metromedia Building LA. California, the National Air Ministry Madrid, Spain and Valley Bank Las Vegas. Publications reviewing his work include NEVADA and SUNSET Magazines. Tom Holder seems to be a very rare person. One who likes to share his talent with people he calls "grass roots", "people who are trying to promote the arts and provide themselves with other creative life experiences outside the gaming industry. His experience during his student days in France and Spain have made him keenly aware of the needs of the people. In many ofus he sees the need to relate to the desert landscape; our concepts of living in the Southwest reflects our surroundings. Holders final comment is 'its good that people have a desire to paint". BROADEN YOUR NURSfNC EXPERIENCE 16 HOURS A MONTH. .As J riKiMcrwd nurse \ou could work with yimc \ ihc top proUssh'njIs in your jrcj in (hi.\rm\ Rc^rvt. You'll rativc t direct commission js an otficcr jnd earn J tiood second incomerail \our locdl Reserve unit lor deljils It's listed in the hilc pjces ol the phone boik under i'l' S (jovernmeni." THEARMYRESERVt ••pafrCM nwAi* un MaMk 14. itn HMMtl.M.^,ll. Him OMTKT COUM MM •Alt: Mat* 17. ItTI M.i 4. II. It. U.MayLIVri N.MlApr.,ll. FROM HOUCK, ARIZONA • Are Charles and Dodie Fowler with children, Mark and Tracy. "We love it here," states Dodie, "and intend to make this our home. I think the sunshine received here excells that of Houck in that I never could seem to acquire a tan there. Now I'm starting to tan for the Hrst time in a long while and it feels so good!" ANOTHER "JEAN-ITE" Finds Henderson shopping a regular on her schedule. Mary McCaskey flnds Jean, Nevada, a happy and friendly town Hubby Wayne is employed at Pop's Oasis asadealer'Westilinnd Henderson the shopping attraction." Marv stres sed. USA HOPPING • From the New Orleans Mardi Gras. Virgin Islands. Tennessee, Detroit. Michigan, and the Dallas. Texas area • were Barbara Smith and her Patrolman husband. Rex "It really was a glorified vacation," Barbara pointed out, "and the Virgin Islands were so exotic and restfull" Barbara visited her mother, Margaret Alberts, in Detroit and then the couple visited Rex's mother in Tennessee IN FROM SALT LAKE CITY was pretty Katherine Owens. Age 19. to visit her family for one week. Joseph and .Marie Owens enjoyed their daughter along with Katherine's three brothers, Joe Age 31, Kim • Age 21, and DaveAge 24. Joining in on the welcoming committee were nieces Cobi and Amber Age 9 and 6 respectively. Katherine is a physical education major at the University of Utah. CROSS-BREED TOY TERRIER AND TOY POODLE Female I month old • white, fluffy, intelligent is yours for the asking should you be the lucky one! Phone Cheryl Raduziner at 564-1878-if interested! TALK ABOUT COM MUTING Bill Raduziner really has a day's work cut out for him with a 90 mile trip each way to and from the Mojave Generating Station to the southern point of Nevada. Bill is employed in the Plumbing Department and finds Henderson living with his pretty wife, Cheryl, and daughter Amber "A nice place to come home to!" of her children, including Mane, attended the celebration. Mrs. Smith was presented a bouquet of roses and a corsage from her family and another corsage from the Civic Women's Club \ lovely program was presented by the University students from Logan. MOTHER HONORED IN TREMONTON, UTAH • Marie Seegmiller recently returned from tjhe little town in Utah where her mother, Rebecca Smith, was appointed "Mother of the Year! Rebecca had produced thirteen children and is very well thought of in Box Elder County. Nine TODAYS THOUGHT Hope is both the earliest and the most indispensable virtue inherent in the state of being alive ... If life IS to be sustained hope must remain, even where confidence is wounded, trust impaired (Erik H Erikson)

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*-t • ^ • ^i^^wp" •*^ Hnckron Homt Nwt, Henderson, Nevoda Page 6 >^^r^< Potential criminals are aware of the diminished physical capacity and the physical vulnerability of the elderly, and thus are more likely to seek out an elderly target; (6) there is a greater likelihood that older people will live in high crime neighborhoods rather than in suburbia as a result of diminished income and of being rooted in central cities. Thus they find themselves in close proximity to the groups most likely to victimize them (the unemployed, teenage drop outs, etc ); (7) The dates of receipt by mail of monthly pension and benefit checks are widely known (and hence the dates when older people arc most likely to have cash on their person or in their dwellings); (8) Dependency on walking or on public transportation is more likely among older people who. for physical, financial or other reasons, are less likely to drive or own a private automobile; (9) Because of loss of status and a decreased sense of personal efficacy associated in American culture with being old. older people may be less likely to process complaints through the criminal justice bureaucracy and draw upon available community resources for protection and redress. When the factors listed abpve are combined with reasons for special vulnerability mentioned in the writings of other professionals, gathered as a result of "self opinion" surveys conducted by several groups concerned with the problems of the aging, and correlated with the opinions of law enforcement officials. The following list of factors causing special vulnerability to personal or property loss as a result of criminal behavior against the elderly population in this country emerges: 1. Isolation The reason for this factor being listed first can be stated very simply. Because such a high percentage of older citizens do in fact live alone in our society, and because physical and social isolation create an atmosphere in which criminal activity is directly invited, older people in our society are especially vulnerable to crime. When we consider the fact that about 25*"/of our older population has no family with whom they are in immediate contact, and that the overwhelming majority of them live in separate quarters from any family that they do actually have, the problem begins to become immediately apparent. 2. Location Because of the preponderance of low-income members in the aging population, this group tends to occupy the housing areas in closest proximity to the "high crime rate" areas of most communities. 3. Physical factors Physical strength, the diminished physical strength and endurance of older persons render them much less able to defend themselves or to successfully complete flight from any possible criminal situation. Unable to fight and unable to flee successfully, the elderly most often are forced simply to remain caught in the criminal circumstance and become its victim. 4. High visibility of weaknesses of potential victims, since in most cases the elderly potential victims of the criminal act live in close proximity to those who would victimize them, and since their physical ailments are so obviously detected because of a slow walking pace, the use of cane or walker, etc.. it is practically impossible for the elderly to conceal their physical vulnerability from potentially predatory criminals. As one elderly person recently stated emphatically, to me. "They knew I was. alone, they knew I was crippled, they thought I had money, and it was only a matter of time until they got me." 5. Rigid schedules and a£^ # ni^1978 I Final Days For Art Entries | ^ Wednesday, April 12th is the final day for Art en-'S' Predictable patterns of • tries in the Annual Industrial Days .\rt Show and* ''f^' 'he routine and J Competition The fee is $5 per adult. 8 art works J ^^''-^ lifestyle of many permitted and $1 per child or junior 8 art worksj o'^^"" Persons is often determined by the arrival of their pension checks or some similar occurrence. In such circumstances, the accompanying trip to the bank, or the vcr\' familiar expedition to the grocery store, has the same effect among potential predatory criminals as the hoistingofa flagwith the wording. "I've got money." ^ • • -• • 4 2" permitted Entries will be taken from 3 to 7 p.m. at C J Room No. 7 of the Civic Center .Auditorium. 201 Lead w St. For further information please call 565 • 8951. JL \^U ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^m^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^0 ^^0 ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^# ^^^ ^^^ ^^tf ^^^ ^^^r ^^^ ^^S ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^ ^^L ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^L ^^1 ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^u^ JCettet TEN TOP TICKETS WIN GREAT The 10 highest paid Keno Ti durmg the Celebration will win prizes listed below Ceieb'aiio" stans 12 01AM or. Satu'Oay Apr.I 72 at the Downtowr EL CORTEZ HOTEL & CASINO *\ Veges, Nevada • 6th i Frtmont On April 3. 1978 I had the pleasure to witness and participate in seeing democracy in action. The residents of section 19 attended the Henderson Council meeting and were given the opportunity to express our concern over the proposed Housing development in section 24 on which section 19 borders and which will ultimately affect all of Henderson. My family, myself and my neighbors in section 19 wish to commend the council person: Mayor Pro Tern, Phil Stout. Lorna Kesterson. Gary Price, and Carlton Lawrence, in being fair minded and courteous Sincerely. (s)Mrs. Karen Bjornson The number of assaults, theAs, of various kinds, purse snatchings, etc.. perpetrated against elderly pensioners on check day speaks much more eloquently than perhaps any other indicator of the extent to which potential criminals have clocked the financial calendar of the potential elderly victim. 6. Emotional and mental weakness • Persons who suffer from emotional disturbances in general tend easily to become criminally victimized, and the mentally retarded at all age levels appear frequently on the receiving end of criminal activity. The mentally infirm aged are also prime victims for the fraudulent salesman, health quacks and real estate schemes. The latter in particular may use the "Great American Dream" of retirement and happiness in the sunset years as an inducement to the aged person to invest in longterm plans designed to obtain for the operator monthly payments, for plots of land in undeveloped, and sometimes, undevelopable areas, rather than in homes or apartments that would really fill the needs of the aging investor. Oftentimes, investment frauds are easily perpetrated against the elderly because of the feeling on the part of the investor that he has only a few more years, and that he must make quick gains if he is to enjoy the fruits of his investment during his lifetime. Another contributing factor to such fraudulent manipulations is the "Kamikaze Syndrome" in which the elderly person thinks, "I will take an excessive risk in order to possibly achieve great gains because, even if I lose, I will not be around long to suffer from the loss." When judgment is impaired because of diminished intellectual functioning or emotional stress, other dangers arise which threaten the personal safety as well as the property of the aging victim. For example, persons arc permitted to gain entrance to the homes of elderly individuals through certain ruses which would probably be clearly detected by those functioning at a higher level, mentally or emotionally. 7. Ageism Finally, elderly citizens are rendered even more vulnerable because of the prejudice of ageism itself. This systematic prejudice against older people which includes stereotyping them, setting them aside as different, and in some cases outright hostility toward them, probably because we fear seeing in them what we dread most in our own Ife cycle, marshals all the forces of both economics and prejudice effectively to interact in such a way as to force most elderly persons to function with all of the disabilities commonly acknowledged to be part of minor group membership in our society, with all the special vulnerability toexploitation and abuse which tends to accompany minority group membership. In summary, because of so many factors within the elderly person himself, such k% the physical, mental and emotional, and because of innumerable factors operating outside of the elderly person, but inherent in our competitive economic system and the larger culture, it seems indisputable that the elderly are indeed especially vulnerable to activities both against their person and their property Hend#ron Home Newt, Henderson, Nevada t;(* Pre Season Spedil Reduce Your Power BHI ,—. 4^ OCQZ. iMUIIalMlfrMMMtia. up IOAUTD I.IIM.I,M.M. Free bntelietien! Autometk Oatnper^ AvaNeble Good Thru .^pr 20 VIS.A M VSTER CHARGE OPENT DAYS Jim's Turiwie Cooiefs 458-3254 *-^MiUO*'iTr£S HAVE SlUihH!) ?EVtLOr£P MID fVUPeP ?Y UC1..I CoKfonvom, icu AS -ne HAetKTBp miuittHce oecvc^ A *U4ipiAir>r O^ itr. o SucM YtOtiKM I3 1M£5TA61W WHiK|uMlTiti *Mi> Mve JVtV It*. lA^I MIMt YtAtc-.' LEGAL NOTKE IN rw IKMm JUMOAl DtSTMO COUIT Of IM iTATI 0 NtVAOA, M AMD KM TM COUNn Of CUM N. OIOU MUieiHI MKXH. fMntW vt. THAUM III tUCKII, MOVING • STORAGE Local • Statewide • Worldwide YOUNG & RUE MOVING & STORAGE AGENT GLOBAL VAN LINES Total Service CUSTOMER S.\TISF.\CTIO\ IS OL'R WATCHWORD. We consider your move completed only when you are completely satisfied Phone 457-3060 Employment Services ^ WHERE CAREERS BEGIN E ^ "Let Us Help You Find ^ Employment" ^23 Army St Henderson 1^564.1028 We've brought \ ou natural gas for over 20 years and you may not know our names. We thought it was high time to introduce oursrKcs (he folks who've brought you natural gas all these years. We arc happy to provide Hen dcrson with a clean, efficient energy source for cooking, space and water heating. We also wanted to tell you to please call us with any questions on your current natural gas service or, if you "re in the process of remodeling or building, let us help you plan for your future natural gas needs. We have ideas to help you more efficiently use this valuable natural resource. w 'iC'AI.IKOHMA-l'Ani-K iTILmE-sCo i08N4rkeiSi HendCTson. Ncnd4 8SOI5 SfiV8441 r^l.m,fS.f,w,fl.ft Art) IVtMMa Ofi*. 1h—f' fniKirkrr f ,.i.. r). • • r>-•*'*• • frMM r** Mt t* nfM JaAi rate M *rt,f r,. / UM • i • ( k,^m '< • '* A•M4^ (-.. THI tTATt Of NIVADA SIMM MHTtNOS TO TM AtOVI NAAMO DfflMOAMT: 4>ltfW M Mfv* H^M MUtlAT fOtlN. f M. ^l>lii H >fl • NtnMy, wtiMg mHnu ii SV IM Mwn, Swll 11), L Vn<. N*4o II04 Wl •niwr t HM Ccm^alM wtMi h tmtmtttt MfvW upw< yw. wtMn 10 ift •ft*' wnto •! (Ml SwmnwH vpti ymt, •KIWIIV* wit rtw 4v sf MMW. M Y*V M f < M, |4tmw by itlmiH will W Mlfi atalm) yM *>r ttw r*M MIV tK Wn^ M mvtnmtny nMr mnd fMMM. lOIITT* •OWMAN, CIWI ty MIOtAM DOnON MnMsftii u. ion MTIKT COUtT UAl M.'MAI II. A^. 4. n, )t. IS M nm noNm wMOAt MniiCT coun Of tM STATI Of NfVADA. m AND fOI TM COUNTT Of OAIK N*. Dll(3 HAMSNCHANOIA C f ATIL fldnllK V*. COfffM I f ATK SUHIMONt TNI HATI Of NIVADA UNM GIIPINOS TO TM AMVI • NAMID DMNOANT TM 91* K#kv • wwr m wrf an^ n ^ui n d H N* pn lOWAlO WlmiTIIN. ISO yMntMTi atfn*> Wfvto •! thn Knmtm upan Vw. •uWttvt •< tfc* ^Y •< MVKt W yw Ml M W M, Mf"*"* by MwK will U twisfi •^••iw* yw f9f Wie f9t*ee vAfWRnovw In rtw Umplnf TK^ wttM it bevwtK* *t mt^rirrmny pi9mn*\y •itetinf b^fwf w yw lOIITTA tOWMAN •y DItOIAM DOTSOM 0*r>yCtw* niTtKT COUIT MAI DATl MMt> M. 1*71 m TM HOHTN JtmOAl OtSTilCT COUIT Of IM HATI0* MVAOA IN AND fOI TNI coufmof ciAM UMNO AI7IM* lOWHA aOWMAN CtIM IT lOMUA MTIIt In lM Mtw tl tKt Htmtn • f Ann ANN *AANN. MMnl xwtKw t4 |war4iwt (^ littrnd CNIItTOmH lAT NOtTON, • miw. Hi • Cfccof* • "••"• AMINMD NOTKf NOna IS MMIT OIVIN itwt • Marck Jl. 1*71. rATTM ANN MANN. NM • llw IllMiin I.. Ctnl 0 Own^ MUMl 0 OUNO lOII CMMI. MM IIOJ .4, M. II.U. 1*71 M IM IIOffTN JUeiCUU MSTIKT COUIT Of IM SIAH Of NIVADA IN AND KM TM COUNTT Of CUM CAM NO. OUM fMM Mw. IT. I.MM 71 lOmTAIOWMAN CUN IT tOMUA Mnil I* MM Matiw •( ilw filtlii tl JIAN iuuarN na. fw • Cht* •> NV** Nona NOnCIIS MIHT OIVIN lMl • M*.c< II, 1*71. MAN lUI^MTM IKI. nW in riM lltA<*i ii>y •( dot. • Mtwn hr Owfift •< Nanx ham MAN HIZAMTN Ha M JIANtTTl IMAMHT. (tIMwHalD Owtri MUMKD OUNO Mil Cwwn.SwM* 1101 iM Vafat, Na n rfa N-Apr. 4, II. II. U, 1*71 at 1W MMfN JUHCIM MinCT cown Of IM n*n Of MVADA. M AND KM me covNTT Of CUM MO OVM nuNNAOMoai. IM RAII01 NIVAaA nNOt omiMOt Kl IM AMVI • NAAW OMNDANT 1mtmlm^mmmmaim>dm^dm4 M an* a^M MMK OUNO pWaMTi t m m m t. • • • m4imt it in I Unm. Mia I Itl iM Vagai. NM4a a MM> HM Ca#WM a>iUi la IWMMI tantrf yw. •*> M 4n V • *"**"' *•• i.aaiM a^M ,m. m l W i al *a 4rfMtw.l—WHll • dm 4MM*rf to ** CMptaM. N* b w MMM •• *MM Ha kM* •! •fW CMtlCa To the Editor: I would like to congratulate the person or persons that did their good deed, by making Victory Village more beautiful. I'm sure someone will recognize this loveseat and the rest of it that is there. With people like you working so hard to keep Henderson clean, you don't need the rest of us to help. It's good to know that in this day and age, there are still people that takes the time to teach their kids to respect their town, country and other people. I'd guess you did this at night so no one would see you, next time you should do it in the day time, you may be awarded a medal for being a good citizen. Mrs. Broyles • ^: LEGAL NOTICE IIGAI MOTKi Natica it haraky gi>afl Nia) tl
a4a, 1*104 lat Vafai laat Marbar f O !• • 771 Han4anan, Na IfOIS H A^ 4. II. 11. 1*71 IN TMI IIGtfTM JUnCIAl OlSTIICr COUIT Of IM tTAn 0* NIVADA. IN AND K)l THI COUNTY Of cum Na DIMS OITN DAVnS. flalalW v MTTY MAIOA DAVWS. Daa4ani SUMMONS TM STATI Of NIVADA SINOS OlilTINOS TO TM AlOVI NAMID DIftNDANT Yaw afa Kafaby avwrnanad nn4 ra^vifa^ la Miva ypan MUmi D OUNO ylamitfTi • Manwy. wliaa aMraai h 10} I Canan. Na. MM. ^m Vafat. Naaa4a MIDI ax • niaw M ifca Ca w p l abw >MrimaAy naw and haiaiafaia aiifliinf baiaraan flainlMtf mnd Dafandant lOIITTA lOWMAN. ClaHi •> Cawrt ly (i| Jana Maya' DafwiyClafli OtfTIKT COUIT SIAt DATI Manli 17. 1*71 N-A> 4. II. II. M*y]. 1*71 IN IM IWHTM JUDKIAl DISTIICT COUIT Of TM sun Of NIVADA, M AND K>l IW COUNTY Of CUH NIad Ma' X. lllfM 71 lOtlTTA lOWMAN Clll> lY HATIICI MIOS In iM Manai tl iba Imia a< UXIY ANN fHOIMI. Dacaaiad NOIKI Of SlntlMINT Of ACCOUNT. AND MAHNO fiTmoN MI oisnnu. TION Of ISTATI VMtMtt 11 li#f#wy 0ivtn fiM* ifflfsiv W. Shaaw b a' a 141b day *l A^l A 0 1*71, Wbif a d*y af lafwlw Uutf tl MM Cwn, at *M a'ilb AM. al iba Cawft laam af tald Cawrt, in Iba City •( Ui Vaflai, in MM Claib Cawmy, km baan Aaad by laid Cawrt la' IIM MMlamant af •aid anawM and baarinf >aid paWlan lar diitrtbwlian af laid mala, al wbb Hma and pimtt all ptntm intaraiiad in laid ••lala niay tppaer and lAaw lawta. d any ibn km*. iy Mid paMNan iKawW •• ba >I*. AD 1*71 lOiriA lOWMAN. CM ly HATWa MIDS. Oaywty CM DlSldia COUIT SIM HAar 4. II. IJ. I*7| fMO Mv ll*S AM -71 lOtPTA lOWMAN CUK ly MATMCI fWlDS M TM HOMTH JUOtCIAl DinilCT COUIT 01 IM iTAIf Of NIVAOA IN AND 101 IM COUNTY Of CUH IN TM MATm Of TM HTAfl Of IDWAID I lilO. NOIKl TO CmtTOCS (* Oayt Natica) Hthm It baiaby fix* <*<*< •*>• <<"^• ifnad b kaan dwiy ayyalniad and wal' Wad by riia aban anmUd C*WM an iba lliftdayafMa'rfi l7|atliartrtiaalad M Ma Hia tama aMb ClaA rf MM CMrt Mdn M dayt afiai Iba Nnt paklf Han al AN Nn •MW Itai* *.. 1*71 UNOA NOm. bataM. af iba laMtt tf BaseboH Team Loses h\ Frank S. Ward Tl-c Basic Hi,i;l-. SCKM-I M ct "s baseball ic.iiu li'si to B'l ai /a Fnilax. 12-0. .1 d Cl'.aparral S.i urdax. 10.2, Biiai Hill .t B.iai /a pi 11 cd a I'l c-l i a '•• 1 I'lp l"is iciin (lcit.a 'I c \V..Kcs. Adnai Clark sii v;lcii ii c llrs ii 1 ii i; f. V Basil's I ly 1 i-. Sa nrday Basic a\ dclea cd by Cl aparial a n c. ]') • :. Tl-.c W(i|\c-s" iin Camnwuian, Caflil Cam^i. KinbaW IwHdlnf. SOS latt Kln( Kraal, Conwi CMy. Nmada 1*710. and Iba liadlay lwlldln. ISOI latl SatMra A fwbJK viawinf ftntm wba witb la pralail iba abaa fMnf ttmtU da ta in wrtMnf la Hia Cammiiilaa al Mi Cafwn Ofy tlNa an ar bafara ArU >*, 1*71 ly Iba Cammitalaii. dlHabaif Naidy MMI f HAIDT. OMimian AinST: (I) Wm W fnbKb. > WM W fWKSCH. Jl. Sacwary Dalad: Canan Cly. Navada Arl 4. 1*71 (MAI) N-An n. 1*71 IN TM IMMfTM MOKIAI OinilCT COUIT Of TM STAIt Of NIVADA. IN AND fO* TM COUNTY Of CUM Na Dl>* CNAMH ftUlY, CONNNWTAtT. S UMMONS TM STATI Of NTVAOA SINDS OtHTINOl TO n AlOVI • NAAMO DMffOANT Taw a>a baiaki • aiiaia n ad t n 4 laaiHad •a tana upan MUMK •. OWM plihHfTt tviia 1101, lOT Vatat. Navada. an annaaf waan yaw. wMbin M dayi aflar wn>laa at *l Wmmant apa* ymi. aaal>at af MM day af tarvlia H yaa (all a da ta, • by< ptalM llw It an I haaditf I an I la U m bi MM tOMHA MWHAft. Oai* at Caart lyMfMOW rCM Pof? Tuesday April 11, 1978 Profiles In Art by P.K. WING With the inception of the Annual Industrial Days Art Show and Competition, the quality of art entries as well as jurors has varied greatly. This season marks the Silver Anniversary of Henderson Industrial Days and we are honored and fortunate to have Thomas J. Holder as the primary juror for this show. Truly a professional in every sense, Holder is internationally acclainied for his innovative techniques in silk screen printing, his art works relating to the environment, and his extensive research in gallery and museum to implement art related programs within the University. Past shows juried by the artist include the National League of American Pen Women State Art Competition and Exhibition, and the ,Jayc.ee Stale Fair Art Competition; he has served as Fine Arts Consultant to the Clark County Library and has been a member of the State of Nevada Bicentennial Visual .Arts Committee. Academic achievements include a Masters in Fine Arts coupled with various teaching posts at San Diego and Washington Universities. A member of UNLV since 1971, Holder, as an Associate Professor of the Arts, has held two Thomas J. Holder terms as Chairman of the Department. As the primary force behind experimental projects such as the design of Exio House, a solar and wind powered underground studio; he is responsible for new directions withinthcartiitic world. Other notable nchievcment.s through the University include obtaining a matching Grant from Nevada State Council on the Arts for support of the UNLV Gallerv' program, the initiation of the Angels Peak Art Retreat, and the mini term California gallery and studio tour. Listed in Whos'Who in American .\rt. he is represented by several leading national galleries. Holders work has been purchased by such notable institutions as the San Diego Fine Arts Galler>-, the Metromedia Building LA. California, the National Air Ministry Madrid, Spain and Valley Bank Las Vegas. Publications reviewing his work include NEVADA and SUNSET Magazines. Tom Holder seems to be a very rare person. One who likes to share his talent with people he calls "grass roots", "people who are trying to promote the arts and provide themselves with other creative life experiences outside the gaming industry. His experience during his student days in France and Spain have made him keenly aware of the needs of the people. In many ofus he sees the need to relate to the desert landscape; our concepts of living in the Southwest reflects our surroundings. Holders final comment is 'its good that people have a desire to paint". BROADEN YOUR NURSfNC EXPERIENCE 16 HOURS A MONTH. .As J riKiMcrwd nurse \ou could work with yimc \ ihc top proUssh'njIs in your jrcj in (hi.\rm\ Rc^rvt. You'll rativc t direct commission js an otficcr jnd earn J tiood second incomerail \our locdl Reserve unit lor deljils It's listed in the hilc pjces ol the phone boik under i'l' S (jovernmeni." THEARMYRESERVt ••pafrCM nwAi* un MaMk 14. itn HMMtl.M.^,ll. Him OMTKT COUM MM •Alt: Mat* 17. ItTI M.i 4. II. It. U.MayLIVri N.MlApr.,ll. FROM HOUCK, ARIZONA • Are Charles and Dodie Fowler with children, Mark and Tracy. "We love it here," states Dodie, "and intend to make this our home. I think the sunshine received here excells that of Houck in that I never could seem to acquire a tan there. Now I'm starting to tan for the Hrst time in a long while and it feels so good!" ANOTHER "JEAN-ITE" Finds Henderson shopping a regular on her schedule. Mary McCaskey flnds Jean, Nevada, a happy and friendly town Hubby Wayne is employed at Pop's Oasis asadealer'Westilinnd Henderson the shopping attraction." Marv stres sed. USA HOPPING • From the New Orleans Mardi Gras. Virgin Islands. Tennessee, Detroit. Michigan, and the Dallas. Texas area • were Barbara Smith and her Patrolman husband. Rex "It really was a glorified vacation," Barbara pointed out, "and the Virgin Islands were so exotic and restfull" Barbara visited her mother, Margaret Alberts, in Detroit and then the couple visited Rex's mother in Tennessee IN FROM SALT LAKE CITY was pretty Katherine Owens. Age 19. to visit her family for one week. Joseph and .Marie Owens enjoyed their daughter along with Katherine's three brothers, Joe Age 31, Kim • Age 21, and DaveAge 24. Joining in on the welcoming committee were nieces Cobi and Amber Age 9 and 6 respectively. Katherine is a physical education major at the University of Utah. CROSS-BREED TOY TERRIER AND TOY POODLE Female I month old • white, fluffy, intelligent is yours for the asking should you be the lucky one! Phone Cheryl Raduziner at 564-1878-if interested! TALK ABOUT COM MUTING Bill Raduziner really has a day's work cut out for him with a 90 mile trip each way to and from the Mojave Generating Station to the southern point of Nevada. Bill is employed in the Plumbing Department and finds Henderson living with his pretty wife, Cheryl, and daughter Amber "A nice place to come home to!" of her children, including Mane, attended the celebration. Mrs. Smith was presented a bouquet of roses and a corsage from her family and another corsage from the Civic Women's Club \ lovely program was presented by the University students from Logan. MOTHER HONORED IN TREMONTON, UTAH • Marie Seegmiller recently returned from tjhe little town in Utah where her mother, Rebecca Smith, was appointed "Mother of the Year! Rebecca had produced thirteen children and is very well thought of in Box Elder County. Nine TODAYS THOUGHT Hope is both the earliest and the most indispensable virtue inherent in the state of being alive ... If life IS to be sustained hope must remain, even where confidence is wounded, trust impaired (Erik H Erikson)

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REMEMBER...IAS VEGAS IS FMENDLY FORD COUNTRYIII USE!, CARS U^tSl MULL TM If ST.. WMUSAIE MIUT* i iiTiPM'VNrTr S"ts >i noHm yff, 1174 111 4cv< tttml WSWriM tuct •vvaif tht(inncil> viV Wo fS'C wdt v^.i ww "yntft/w p< <1 *i-'• -• ilf*"f p(**V**X Mfc 0JIX41 AiA AM-M>r •nt^'4 nlr'9K0r praup tonM $1 FIIS1 jyOMi FMENMY LEASE MAN &* ^^^*"'1P^=i HANK ADAMS 1978 RmO F100 PICKUP >, 1174 Mwnw rt)*> VG julo pfmr Mwrtng ( r>ain AM ui >M WSW urn >! 'tM No 37A •U WM 1I7S MNGi -mmr ^ VS M.-10 pof stf-na K (ia AIO XV >•( AAA^M rv"f W "^^Buo^3399 1t74MTtAC n 6 c< 3 wwt WSW lor, In* U(•• mg totd down rear iMt. Mtchttm steel twtted twes, carpeting, heavy duty^. AM radio. Onted glan. 117 whMibaM. crulM-o-matIc powar (taarlrtg. Al. MO step bumpor No. 8134. V, ~^< pirmywtt t]424 M OwOCIMOn SIM'17 RwMuM ,„ t-.)-iOO CW<,ii )M( VH) luM SMt.M Cyolam ffponoiM Iw rH4v M I ^ tH IMM LWM OKWX M Mnmnm MtltCt M IPPMM)*CkWfW aMM [ OK IS.OM MIM PW yMT ^ ^^ Jk ^ ^HH MO. KUITAX 1978 TNUNOEMWO vwtyi lop. m wtwai. onma control, powar wtndow a 4 aaat. AM/FI4 alarao I track. No. 1144. M MMK 0OT CM iMM (MC OMX pCyIMM |1M ClBlWMa MM trtn n IMI M HIM UM4M o n n i m iii UMI n ITMKMM IMM Urrsn Otal iMiantflUMUOlIt CyW w H M u i mlU t Hr fMWuM M on* g* IMM LMM* HC W M iiil*fl Aid mnyl KH m 'MiO onr..•*> V* ffH Nr i;!' •AttMM m 2593. $^ MUNO NfW 1I7S FAIimONT -ADR WOr ; ) im I cv< 4 IMM WSW >M4i (M* kll K brikn AM'AM MOMglni l>Mr>l(| CATMM C|0 HOO Wny burtfi uHi No lOM ^4406 Jbrd 1I7S rarmc -CATLIMA' MUl AM nxyl at AM fMO' C. W^Mn tulliinCxkMt $i MAM) NCW liTI T-IMD IMT 3S1 CIO V8 power steering & brakes, automatic, Aifl buckets & console lutone pami trMiment WSW radiais lilt wt>i 6-*ay power dKvef's vi\ AM/fM w/tape mienor i eiterior decar g'oup power Side wirnlows No 8014. •7159 NEVADA'S "OFRCIAL" TRUCK HEADQUARnRS gbugH 1177 VI xf" pma Mnrng S y vn Al^ vnyi top AM 'ttV 101 ^coi WSW 'AftAH Snoaooon No •A MM t $1 1177 OATSW tir *i'n aAAfn 4 IMM AAlfM tudim AM KAKWACA <4tnol4"Hi Sporyf^onoi^ No 'eUA WAi MIMM RRANO NEW 1178 MUnAM M I 4 sped 4 cyl engine pin stripts, dduic bells WSW tires Dower from disc brakes. AIR. AA4 'adio timed glass dual spon mrrors. wire wliaai covers bodysKk moidii^ No 647$ 17I MTMN -Bir 4 <4KM1 AMJMil wfffi rau^r 4 r^ OuCliet] t>n|d 0I4U 1>* ^| mil Musunrg<4466 r'ir,4; tM LM MrltS ar (H SM^V HM Nf -TTVI erg IMM... m tnm ew MANO IKW 1171 LTD "tor 5 0 liter V8 automatic, power steering ( bf*r., AIR dual accent paint stripes, cotor keyed Mut ; b<<-s WSW radials. AM radio, tinted oliu, tuN wtieei covers No 8185 ^5684 txMAnts'' HUGE ANTICIPATED FLEET ORDER ,IS NOT GOING TOGETHER!! 100 All Whilp Trucks' f lOOi F 250' F 350' VANS' Plat forms' Plal Form Slakes' Cab Chassis' Rancheros' Couriers' 45 ON THE lOT" ^ 55 ON THF WAY" MUST BE SOLD" HAVEN T THE ROOMit EXAMPLES'! MnMH i ipMiS Alp l^jormii*vi WW l wU mm ^. m V '" 1I7S ran • awTAM He 'Jiy •At ttm • M .-.1 HUM NEW 1171 LTD II T > VS automatic powtr sittrin} I tr*ts. vmyt rool opra wiTKtows AtR powtr kick group. Mr • <* covtfs siflt moidioos. remote control mirror dual'ear speakers. twM glits No 7131. '5868 ufj^JOk, 1171 N ryi tu f* MM gust •M toitt 1177 • MIMIft' 3691 ^Li^}$}3 Esm MANO NIW IfTI mSTA 'lOT Haichback TrmtvtrM mounted 4 ly tngmt 4 ipd ate M"t iM Nt* ;niL 1S7S PIN -011 fur VI gnmfi \t99"^ Sim gmfi •"Vl 'ittyt turnn Ml i*n turj* • KItltl ^ iutaik is7smi'tni4ir in ftmm noMe i • Ml •m ""(n ii"iij < HtM> >UP< • r • MWItl — 5f 5, 1171 MKfir I leM hte>'io •t 499a isnisrz. ^jzm "MVAOA'S lAMitT VOiVMI uurd MAUIir nnssiiiuTTi Kl. SIUJTU \ L-%/ NIS • USIC MOH SCHOOl STUOfNT • CAI-OnANEI A tor llwl w tmM fWfTRI fnfV Q ^^PVW ^^WF*W ^W ntl I tn)v rvl onrf MARILYN MOROAN • REAL ISTATI IMMOYII • AIRPUNI AND AUTOMOIILI SAFETY FEATURES! Softty f*atvr wKkh wwld a
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REMEMBER...IAS VEGAS IS FMENDLY FORD COUNTRYIII USE!, CARS U^tSl MULL TM If ST.. WMUSAIE MIUT* i iiTiPM'VNrTr S"ts >i noHm yff, 1174 111 4cv< tttml WSWriM tuct •vvaif tht(inncil> viV Wo fS'C wdt v^.i ww "yntft/w p< <1 *i-'• -• ilf*"f p(**V**X Mfc 0JIX41 AiA AM-M>r •nt^'4 nlr'9K0r praup tonM $1 FIIS1 jyOMi FMENMY LEASE MAN &* ^^^*"'1P^=i HANK ADAMS 1978 RmO F100 PICKUP >, 1174 Mwnw rt)*> VG julo pfmr Mwrtng ( r>ain AM ui >M WSW urn >! 'tM No 37A •U WM 1I7S MNGi -mmr ^ VS M.-10 pof stf-na K (ia AIO XV >•( AAA^M rv"f W "^^Buo^3399 1t74MTtAC n 6 c< 3 wwt WSW lor, In* U(•• mg totd down rear iMt. Mtchttm steel twtted twes, carpeting, heavy duty^. AM radio. Onted glan. 117 whMibaM. crulM-o-matIc powar (taarlrtg. Al. MO step bumpor No. 8134. V, ~^< pirmywtt t]424 M OwOCIMOn SIM'17 RwMuM ,„ t-.)-iOO CW<,ii )M( VH) luM SMt.M Cyolam ffponoiM Iw rH4v M I ^ tH IMM LWM OKWX M Mnmnm MtltCt M IPPMM)*CkWfW aMM [ OK IS.OM MIM PW yMT ^ ^^ Jk ^ ^HH MO. KUITAX 1978 TNUNOEMWO vwtyi lop. m wtwai. onma control, powar wtndow a 4 aaat. AM/FI4 alarao I track. No. 1144. M MMK 0OT CM iMM (MC OMX pCyIMM |1M ClBlWMa MM trtn n IMI M HIM UM4M o n n i m iii UMI n ITMKMM IMM Urrsn Otal iMiantflUMUOlIt CyW w H M u i mlU t Hr fMWuM M on* g* IMM LMM* HC W M iiil*fl Aid mnyl KH m 'MiO onr..•*> V* ffH Nr i;!' •AttMM m 2593. $^ MUNO NfW 1I7S FAIimONT -ADR WOr ; ) im I cv< 4 IMM WSW >M4i (M* kll K brikn AM'AM MOMglni l>Mr>l(| CATMM C|0 HOO Wny burtfi uHi No lOM ^4406 Jbrd 1I7S rarmc -CATLIMA' MUl AM nxyl at AM fMO' C. W^Mn tulliinCxkMt $i MAM) NCW liTI T-IMD IMT 3S1 CIO V8 power steering & brakes, automatic, Aifl buckets & console lutone pami trMiment WSW radiais lilt wt>i 6-*ay power dKvef's vi\ AM/fM w/tape mienor i eiterior decar g'oup power Side wirnlows No 8014. •7159 NEVADA'S "OFRCIAL" TRUCK HEADQUARnRS gbugH 1177 VI xf" pma Mnrng S y vn Al^ vnyi top AM 'ttV 101 ^coi WSW 'AftAH Snoaooon No •A MM t $1 1177 OATSW tir *i'n aAAfn 4 IMM AAlfM tudim AM KAKWACA <4tnol4"Hi Sporyf^onoi^ No 'eUA WAi MIMM RRANO NEW 1178 MUnAM M I 4 sped 4 cyl engine pin stripts, dduic bells WSW tires Dower from disc brakes. AIR. AA4 'adio timed glass dual spon mrrors. wire wliaai covers bodysKk moidii^ No 647$ 17I MTMN -Bir 4 <4KM1 AMJMil wfffi rau^r 4 r^ OuCliet] t>n|d 0I4U 1>* ^| mil Musunrg<4466 r'ir,4; tM LM MrltS ar (H SM^V HM Nf -TTVI erg IMM... m tnm ew MANO IKW 1171 LTD "tor 5 0 liter V8 automatic, power steering ( bf*r., AIR dual accent paint stripes, cotor keyed Mut ; b<<-s WSW radials. AM radio, tinted oliu, tuN wtieei covers No 8185 ^5684 txMAnts'' HUGE ANTICIPATED FLEET ORDER ,IS NOT GOING TOGETHER!! 100 All Whilp Trucks' f lOOi F 250' F 350' VANS' Plat forms' Plal Form Slakes' Cab Chassis' Rancheros' Couriers' 45 ON THE lOT" ^ 55 ON THF WAY" MUST BE SOLD" HAVEN T THE ROOMit EXAMPLES'! MnMH i ipMiS Alp l^jormii*vi WW l wU mm ^. m V '" 1I7S ran • awTAM He 'Jiy •At ttm • M .-.1 HUM NEW 1171 LTD II T > VS automatic powtr sittrin} I tr*ts. vmyt rool opra wiTKtows AtR powtr kick group. Mr • <* covtfs siflt moidioos. remote control mirror dual'ear speakers. twM glits No 7131. '5868 ufj^JOk, 1171 N ryi tu f* MM gust •M toitt 1177 • MIMIft' 3691 ^Li^}$}3 Esm MANO NIW IfTI mSTA 'lOT Haichback TrmtvtrM mounted 4 ly tngmt 4 ipd ate M"t iM Nt* ;niL 1S7S PIN -011 fur VI gnmfi \t99"^ Sim gmfi •"Vl 'ittyt turnn Ml i*n turj* • KItltl ^ iutaik is7smi'tni4ir in ftmm noMe i • Ml •m ""(n ii"iij < HtM> >UP< • r • MWItl — 5f 5, 1171 MKfir I leM hte>'io •t 499a isnisrz. ^jzm "MVAOA'S lAMitT VOiVMI uurd MAUIir nnssiiiuTTi Kl. SIUJTU \ L-%/ NIS • USIC MOH SCHOOl STUOfNT • CAI-OnANEI A tor llwl w tmM fWfTRI fnfV Q ^^PVW ^^WF*W ^W ntl I tn)v rvl onrf MARILYN MOROAN • REAL ISTATI IMMOYII • AIRPUNI AND AUTOMOIILI SAFETY FEATURES! Softty f*atvr wKkh wwld a
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Hcndtrton Hemt tn, Nevada PUT IT IN THE I If: I; I Bosic Reolty Reoltor 3 Army Street Henderson 564-1553 BIG VALUE I5|L! home 3,000 Sq Kl biulol, 120'X 260' HiU i^draue 24' x 42' \UK family room, bii; liviii).; room, fircpl.ii'c and manv other cnoities Zones for horses 4 hdrm* 2'4 ha. in suburban Mend WE RE HERE TO HELP! If there is any way wc can as^sist you i n the field orRcai Estate" please don't hesitate to rontact us at Basic Re altv Herndon Smith, Broker GUARANTEED REPAIR ALL MAKES Sewing Machines and Vacuum Cleaners. SORENSEN'S 509 Ave. C, B C 293 3770 HAIRDRESSER wanted with eperience 293 2075 fl'C AIR CONDITIONING ANl HEATING REPAIRS Licen.sed Ph 361-8843 or 381 6852. i DESERT j TRIM SHOP I Cu>lom UpholstcfN' 1880 Nev Hwv B C '1 YARD SALE Thurt 4 ', Fri., Port typewriter (pica) 4 burner counter top stove, hot water healer (Kas) apt site gas stove with oven, older wing back Chair (needs upholstery) 1 rg floor buffer & acceisories, sm. carpet shampooerliattachments, dishcii, pots It pans, glasit > ware, and much morei you'll have to sec to be] iieve! 130 Kola St. Hend • ^-' • s' I 293-4939 |Auios. Furniture. Etc I |FREEEST.Pl' 4 Del An j I tique Cars & St Rods a spej .cialtv I 20YRS I EXPERIENCE ^W^tfTWATE POSSESSKJNr New 24x52 Ouckingham. by Silver Crest. 2 bdrm 2 bath, bonus room 2 awnings, skirtini! air. Alcan Siding, set up in (iinRcrwood J27.800 Gold Key. 458 2801 I.V. SPRING CLEANING SPECIALS Sofa & Love Seat cleaned in your home for $35.00. Chairs from onlv $10.00. Call for FREE estimate Licensed and insured. 293-2772 HOME UPHOLSTERY CLEANERS .•-*''r ;,.'':'r i^v'-^*' TWO BDRM APTS available Desert Gardens. 205 Randy Way Ph 565-9051 Hdn. SI6I\IS by BffiTB CEMENT work all types and block walls, free estimates Reasonable 457 • 9450 • 74 Chevy PI', 4 wheel drive, air low milcace. good cond $4500 293 1582 fxrfllENCIO carpnir.fat). work by the hr. Froming. foiiei, oddilMnt, lncin(, ate J93 I7W BC NOW RENTING • spares in beautiful all-adull Ginger• wood Mobile Park. Enjov carefree living with ar solar heated swimming pool, therapy pool, recreation hall, shufflrboard courts, planned recreation. Etc. 293-1908 Ml'ST SELL brand new 12' wide deluxe Skyline mobile home in Gingerwood Park 2 bdrm air. skirting, awnings, porch, desert landscape Completely furn Onlv $16,990 Immed occ • J934755 FOR SALIiadorable 2 month old Vorkic Terrier, male-. \KC papers, perfect for slud $150 293-4095. "The Herb fotch" Bulk iierbs. spices, tea, flour. Beans Buy 1 mug of tea get the second free 1 week only. Open 7 days 393-2416 Gl'NS Buy. sell, trade Secur iiy leathers We buy gold and silver The Pawn Shop 1212 N Boulder Hwv ^m 2676 WEDDING CAKES Call Lil Caesar s Pit' • : 'eria 2931100 BC 293-1100 r,,\LS"'lf ynu re not becoming In him. you should be coming 10 me Call Kim for VOl'R free facial 5656877, 610 10 pm HAVE PICKUP. WILL TRAVEL Can do most any job '\'ard work, light hauling, fence repair, most ihousehold repairs Call •: anyifne 565-6389 Hdn JMM SERVICE Hand yman. carpentry, painling.l Ceneral repairs and! maintenance '293-3353 Nol need to worry call Ml'R-l IRAY^^^^^^^^ Experienced low truck driver needed Must have tools 21 yrs or older Must live in or be willing to move to Hen derson Apply at All American Auto, 1401 .\lhol. Henderson 2 PHILLIPS I I RADIO & TV I j EXPERT SERVICE I I ALL MAKES | I & MO.DELS I For sate: Green love seat, $45. Coffee table $20 171 Westminister. Apt B., Hdn. FOR RENT • 2 bdrm. duplex, carpet, drapes, kit furnished Wc pay water and sewer. $275 mo 1st and last SlOOdepo 293 3468 Wanted: reliable ADULT to house sit and take care of pets 293 1208 FORLEASE 4bdr 2bath.co vered patio. 2 car garage water softener. $460 per month, first, la.st plus $200 deposit .Available June Lst. 293-4715 LOST 3"^ month old male, doberman. ears nol clipped If you know where abouts call 2931674 anytime or 293,3011 ask for Virgil Between 9am and 4 30 p m FREE to a good home -7yr.old spa.\ed Doberman. good nalured and good guard dog. Call 293 4841 after 4 p.m. Two Lasa Apso females One 7 months old and one 5 yrs AKC Call 293-4841 aHer 4 p m Kingsize waterbed headboard and heater, almost new mattress Cost $260 new-. Sell for$150. Call 293-4841 aner4 p.m. BEAUTIFUL VIEW LOT ON B C GOLF COURSE 6th green. 293 2512 or 873 5200 Fred Snyder Sears hard shell car lop carrier, used once $30 Malt spring and frame, full size. exeelVent cond $40 Desig ners bedspread and skirl $40 293 4573 .New Four Bedroom 2 bath for lease with option Call 564 1779 days or 565-6634 evenings FOR RENT 3 bdrm older home. 1 bath, refr. range, drapes carpel. $225 mo 293 1857 For rent: May 1.3 bdrm 2 bath house Fenced back yd Stove, refrigerator, dishwasher Highland Hills $400 mo Ph. 565-8673 [COLOR TV-STEREOi RCil y^^g SALES i SERVICE 2 W. PACIFIC 564-2870 For rent I. 2. 4 3 bdrm trail ers $30 to $60 wk Call 565 7763 or 565 7141 Hdn FOR SALE Used appliances refrigerators, vac cleaners, wavhers dryers PORTER ELECTRIC INC 293 3638 Man needed to learn & operate lawn maintenance route Good job for right man 293 2.383 WANTED TO BUY Re fngerator Prefer apt sue Must be reasonably priced & in good condition Ph .564 1881 Wanted Ladv for part lime ot fice work Must have experienrr Call Kelly Glass. 451 9302 Immediate occupancy' 3 bdrm 2 bath Horse zoned hugh back yd block wall, bridle path Highland Hills area Elec stove, dishwasher, disposal $400 mo lst. last Call 565 7628 before 9am or after 4pm HAIRSTYLIST WANTED Sta lions for rent 565-0355 Hdn MINI W\SHER for sale $50 Excellent cond Avocado Ph 564 2812 Household sale refrigerator, stove dishwasher, couch, beds, many other Hems Starts Tues noon 560 Blarkmore Dr. Hdn TRAILERS FOR RENT BRAND NEW! 2 bedrooms, furnished Water k trash paid Vista Mobile Home Pork 901 So Boulder Hv^y Free lessons in speed tufting k latch hook with your purchase of materials Rug Craftert in Sahara Square 1155 E.Sahara Ph 731-0118, ask about home group lessons. Beautiful 2 bdrm. Condominium for rent. Clean, quiet built • ins. Recreation room, swimming pool, laundry facilities Only $325 mo. Call 293 4073 aOer 1 p.m YARD SALE • Sat, Sun. 9 to 4 Pecans, stuffed animals, glass coffer table., much more 627 Ave B C For Sale: 15'68 Sea King Boat & Trailer & 55 HP. motor Good Cond. L reasonable. 565-0234 Purify your lop waltr with Pure Water Society Stills For Sola At: SORENSEN'S SEWING CENTER 509 Ave. C. BC 293-3770 FOR SALE Mobile home 8X43. 2 bdrm furnished, storage shed $4,000 293-3140 For sale: 1956 Siudebaker Classic "President". Runs good Also for sale 1972 Honda CB500 Motorcycle. New eng & trans. Call 565-0232 at^er 6 HANDCRAFTED STONEW ARE Local Potter will make ceramic items to your hking. Ph 565 7152 NEW 2 bedroom unfurnished apt Refrig stove washer dryer No Pets Ph. 458 • 4150 House for sale: Real nice neighborhood 1632 sq ft. lots of extras, assume V.A 8'4 loan to mortgage $59,500 Call after 5. 5657657 Would like to sell 15X25 Doughboy pool 4 ft deep Has dual filler system, swing up ladder and pool deck Needs new liner $300 or best offer 565 7857 BOULDER CITY BEAUTY 3 bdrm 2 bath. 2 car garage, large covered patio, huge master bdrm Low maintenance yard, all appliances 4 much more Austin Realty. Inc. REALTOR 457 3123 Masonry Work Brick block and Stone 643 8396 1976 Alpha trailer, used very little Top cond Park model with living room tilt out 33 long. $9500 cash or SIO.OOO with shed Call 293 22M For details. In adult only WANTED TO RENT • unfr house, retired couple Excellent B C ref Will paint, repair for reasonable rent 203-It22 Turn your hobby into profit by selling needlecraft 564-5409 FOR RENT KllcbcnelU*. %W wk. I'lilltlet paid. Shady Real MoUl. 565-7688. K>l SAll: 77 Kit IMHI lan(*i, IV Ig l r.^cm.yei „ ,...381-7193 BobCarmouche ;;...... ^ 565-6086 Diane Barlow 564-2332 Rod Hardy -v •. *. 565-04,39 Open Mon. thru Sat. Learn to drive with Las Vegas School of Driving Specializing in nervous 4 handicapped persons All ages Day & evening instruction. Free home pickup 732-7664. l1> S64-2SI5 t 293-4771 tn tvvnlnft-antfwMktn*. BEAUTIFUL Cl'STOM TWO STORY SP^NiSU HOME Across from sixth fairway on golf coursf Ti^lArious living sunken living and formal dining room, wmily room with red brick fireplace, cathedral beamjc^yeiMng and wetbar Rosecrest cabinets, carpet Ins ml custom draperies throughout Anthony swimrfill|#|$^l. completely fenced, off street recreational vehicle parking, plus many many features. Call to see tll%{>\9ly home today rS : — e — FOUR BEDROOMS, THREE BATH LOVSU EXECU TIVE HOME z'Jr ^. 2000 square feet of gracious living and eatOtAfiiaC a^ea 10X38 covered patio, Anthony swimming'^o'ol with waterfall and Grotto This home has many.features for the discriminating buyer Owner transftff**d^Call us to see this home .,^, STARTER HOME OR INCOME PROPERTY Live in one and rent one Two older home;s'on separate lots to be sole ogethcr Spacious 2 bedroom, 1 bath, carpeted throu, lout, covered patio Also, l' bedroom. completely re plumbed and re • wired an*remodelled with new appliances Lovely fenced yard Live in one and rent one or rent both. Call us for further Jelails THREE BEDROOM HOME ON LARGE J,9T ,: Wiih new kitchen and laundry, lovely fireplace, carpeted throughout Let us tell you about the many other extras m this house Priced to sell Call for appointment today. ... EXCEPTIONAL SIX-COMPANY HOUSE Good started or retirement home, close in. Two bedrooms, one bath, carpeted throughout, Itvndry room, new garage lovely neighborhood See to appreciate. Let us show you this one today WE HAVE LAKE MEAD VIEW LOTS AND ACREAGE Call us NOW for the details!!!! If it isn't listed here, and you are looking lorlt LET US HELP YOU FIND IT!' • We are the PROPERTY PEOPLE here to serve you I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Licensed Real Eitate Broker PAINTING, WALL PAPER ING, WALL WASHING Free estimates. Ralph, 565-0571 Radio i TV Service (olor (ritirr k ( 5tS04 i ^k Jll Hiirr ^M HENDERSON BOYS CLUB is seeking a working Executive Director Qualifications 4 yr College Degree with at least 2 yrs paid re lated experience Supervisory abilities Salary $12,000 per annum. Plus. DOE. Send resume to P.O. Box 427. Henderson, Nev 88015 Henderson Plozo Apts. $195. Unfurnished $215 Fumishtd 2 Bodroom HEATED POOL 730 Cntr St. 1 LOOKING to buy a home in Boulder City? See Henderson Realty ad or call 564 2515 |l r 1 I STMUT BUY 4 0EGREA8ERS GET 1 FREE Fr fndtU f^r^tt or deilcrtkip call 458-S95S SILVER lOWE KENNELS Dog li cat Boarding — Training in Kennel A Classes — AKC Alaskan H Malamute Puppies and I Stud Service. 9 Wayne Pel |S64.19S3 Fe^dPeelen U Namit Antique Collector Shop arc having a going out buiinets sale Most Itceu 10 percent off Bargains at • life-tiMe in fine furn chiM, glut, copper, brats items 334 Water St Hdn 5M2137 NOW RENTING 2 BDRM. APTS. CARPJET, DRAPES. STOVE REFRIGERATOR, AND STORAGE. Children Welcomed Pets Allowed SEE AD PG 3 BLACK MOUNTAIN REALTY 564-2727 Redwood fencing malerial.6 ft hi 75 wide $150 293 1863 30 inch RCA Elec Range. $100 Sears portable dishwasher $90. Call after 5 293 1923 Simmons Twin bed. box spnngs4matt Dining set. 4 chairs, leaf table, matching tier shelves 3 matched tble tamps Rocking chair itxpeatry) 2 matched end tables 8 W port. TV 2>MM7 DANCE THEATRE WEST TOMORROW ARE lEMO BORN TOPAY AT DANCE THEATRE WEST HfNOinON I 7 Army $ •ouiof I cm l404Wy^nf SI Hu-ttt-AriraWk • ii4 MM I Kammtmm Cblldrenx riotkes fur 5ile LoviU k Dittos pants. Site I 4 10 slim 8hin fc bathiiwi suit iUtmcondition Pk 957t INCOME TAX^ Sec Joka D Higlex jyrofesiional accountinOiyappt only Now his 4tk vr lerving Mender ton k--U^\ifp City residents t^OO Wyomini. BC Call nov It 23 2323 HOMES 'vSKla'c^^^rtcEVe^thrk^^'^^^^^^ Lake. 4 bedroom, 2 bath H^UKI """"''"' ^*'* "^'he $275,000 MCarforYn.o^nt *".** *"• """"hop. Many, many extras "'P'""*'""' 'his home. CONDO • ADULTS ONLY $39,000 00" Squal-e*^""'*"''' ^" ""' '"'^'"" n EXCELLENT Sed^iat'/p^sfesMo''"'"*'"'"^ '"^" ""^ ^ost! tnfADULTS ONLYll $16900" 14X70 2 bedroom, 2 bath in Gingerwood. Save $1,600!! BUSINISS OPPORUTNITIES ?;.^:as';!r';':„T--'^""'-o-ca.hor LOTS LiUG.EtOT -.VERY NEAR THE LAKE $32,50000!' WE HAVE SEVERAL LOTS THAT WF TAV ri,cT.. BUILD A HOME FOR YOUR NEEDS ^""" THE DONE CwM !• UUNti4. HIgkway, "Tk. D.B ar cill„ Tom Friery .. 2fl3-il50 Mel Duniway 293 2438 Shirley Phillips 293 2005 t'A. 'Curly Sue Broadbcnt 293-1238 Lillian Collins 565-7951 Nancy Murphy 293-3292 Ed Harvey 293-1937 Smith 293 1598 BOULDER REALTY, LICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKER For Information Coll 293*3232 1. IDEAL LOCATION. Gracious living. Beautifiit home close to everything. 4 bdrm 2 bath, large lot, fruit trees, screened-in patio, automatic sprinklers. 2. A TBAL AT $39,900. 2 bdrm 1 bath, centrally located, close to cveo'^bing Completely redecorated interior and hardwood floon. With 2 car garage. 3. LlVE ON.BOULDER CITY GOLF COURSE. 3 bdrm., 2 bath, breath taking view. 4. STARTER HOUSE. 2 bdrm, 1 bath, priced right hr the eaih buyer. 5. LARGE FRONT YARD! 4 bdrm., 2 bath, near Boulder City Golf coure. 6. IDEAL STffftTefV IfOMPKoom for expansion at your family growa. 6an be financed under FHA. 4 bdrm. 1 bath. 7. LIVE OM ONE OF BOULDIR CITYS shaded streets, tuper nice and clean 2 bdrm, 1 bath hooM-Ctlant fruit trees in back yard, HrepTace. nitk ^a— W.ff^'WiSL Clark. ParswaA... Tom Bfyin DianaXAeberg 2933205 293 2848 .303-1962 .J3-3475 .,., JS3-2739 416 Nevada Hishwiy BotUder City, Nevada 283-3232 ISkAriiiBa iMi • • '. niiUN IN THE SUN? THE "DESERT INN MOTEL" HAS IT 800 Nevada Hwy. Boulder City 293-2827 (1) Heated Pool! (2) 12 perc,i;nt ^un^hine during available darlifbt! 0) Clean, comfortable rooms! (4) Kjtcbenettei by the week or meiith! (5) Easy accesslo Vhopping, |bod MTvices. Ua Vegas entertain ment! (A SpMloos parklRf (lats. trailers, etc)' "~"^~'"~'~~""~'~'~'"~ For rent Beauty shop. J130 S Trt* Puppies; Call 5f 217* to ^^,j^^ Highway 965-9868 or 966-9712. MORRELL Q REALTY jgr NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION • Custom Home • 4 bdrms. \% baths, 1900 iq. R". on 4 acre. $72,500. MISSION HILLS LOTS. 1 acre lots-Call 565-8916 for information ^ SECTION 27 • 3 bdrm. 1^4 bath • 4 acre lot. 26 x 16 living room w-fireplace. Plush upgraded carpet. Zoned for horses. $55,600. HIGHLAND HILLS 3 bdrm 1\ bath Large walk in closets • 2 car garage • oversized lot. Fenced back & sides. Roof turbines & tinted windows. $48,000. VACANT LOT ready to build on Water, Power k Sewer in. $5500. CENTER STREET LOT'60 x 100 Utilities in $6000.00 MOlBILE HOME & LOT Double wide Completely fenced Garden. Many fruit trees. Like new inside & out 2 bdrm. 1 v bath. Call Morrell Realty 565 8916 for details. 20 ACRES Near Paradise Valley Country Club. Excellent investment. Call Morrell for details. BAITSHOP & BAR. Ample Parking. Detailed information'at 565-8916. PAHRUMP-We have 2-5 acre parcels w-wafer rights. $12.500 4 $15,000. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY ON BOULDER HWY Car lot & office 2 stall repair shop, paint booth. Call 565-8916. POOL • Price reduced in this 3 bdrm. 1 bath home in Tract II. Freplace in living room Good area. $43,000. ZONEDFOR FORHORSES.4bdrm2 fullbathsnear Black Mt Golf Course. 2 car garage. Large back yard. $48,600 ZONED COMMERCIAL 2 bdrm. 1 bath, full base' ment. $45,000. Call Morrell Realty JUST LISTED Building on Water Street 4000 sq n Could be used for offices or stores very nice little 2 bdrm. home on rear of lot. Has must Potential. Call Morrell for details. NEW LISTING 2 bdrm. I bath w-famiiy room added on Large storage shed in rear. F"eced Shows very well Call 565 • 8916. EXCELLENT BUY • On This New 3 bdrm l\ bath Fenced rear yard. $35,500 MOBILE HOME • 2 bdrms l\ baths. Very near & Clean. Large lot. Excellent buy. With small down owner will carry paper $27,000 Tippetts Construction FREE ESTIMATES REMODELING PATIO COVERS ADDITIONS DeVan TIppetU (owner) Lie No 13904 PH 585-095? FREE FILM OR CASH DI8-' COUNT ON ALL FILMS, Printed and developed at VANS NEVADA DRUG, BOULDER CITY, NV, FOR RENT Private rooms with kitchen. $20 k $25. per wk. 293-1716. B.C DRIVER'S LICENSE TESTS Tuesday ind Wednesday 8:41 am (•llnn-lpmt4:lSpm.Clty annex Civic Center 200 WaUr Street Reeml CARPENTER • work by Ibe hour, patios, etc. Reasonable. 785-87(3 NEED TO SELL YOUR HOUSE? WE WILL BUY IT NOW! C(Uk 293-1613 O.A, "Curly" SmifS, Inc. 42 WATIR STRHT fN. 5S-lf16 SAND, GRAVEL, TOP SOIL A LANDSCAPE ROCK. Call m-lll(. B.C. MOBILE HOME, 10x50. 2 bdrm, new carpet, awnings skirting and appl. $0500. Call 293-4344. B.C. MOBILE HOME Set ap now lo GlngcrM'oed, adult 77 model Bucktaaliam I by SUvcrrrcil. 2 bir., gardcD tab, aklrtiag, 2 ake awBlBgs, 4 IM air, never been Uved In. Gold Key MoMk Homet. 458-MOl ik A MOBILE HOMES FOR RENTI 2 A 3 bdrn furn. ar unfurn Head. Trir. Haven Mi ana. CASH FOR VOIR OLD CAR All American AHU Wfeckeri IMt ParkaoB Rd Hend. 545-7987 NEW M' wide delux Flamingo mobile homes. Delivered, setup with two 40' awnings, delux skirting, 4 ton air 2 bdrm, 2 bath. Complete pkg. Only $23,500 Call 293 4755 Think Sarah Coventry Jewelry for Mother's Day. Order now 293-2100 After 6 and on weekends. ROTORILLING By the job or by the hour Will till to suit yogr needs Free estimates. Call 964-2174. BOULDER CITY Comfortable 2 bedroom. A C, carpets, fridge, stove. No lease. Just $179,385-5901. Fer rent 1 bdrm house $180. mo. plus $50 deposit. Call after 4 30 S84-5430 PAINTER Interior, exterior. 18 yean experience. Far free estimate, call 38(-<198, SHAKLEE PRODUCTS Virginia E. Sears Authorized Distributor 364-1968 Hdn. Well Call On You! 4 Sale New CUSTOM HOME, 4 bdrm, across from BC Golf course on corner of cul • d .sac. tinted windows, flrepl dbl gar carpeted $72,000 owner293 1814or293-2751 RENT OR LEASE. Boulder City 2 bdr. apt. pool laundry clubhouse. $350 furn. No pets 293-1975 or 293-43S1. CUSTOM HOME ACROSS FROM BOULDER CITY GOLF COURSE 4 bdrm. fireplace, double garage, this home is custom throughout $72,000. For apt. call Roberts Realty, 3849111 or evenings 7316199 HOMEWORKERS $900 CASH IN ADVANCE to stuff 1000 envelopes. INFO; selfad dressed stamped envelope and $2 (refundable) FREE DOM 1002. Box 20451 FR. Columbus Ohio 43220 : HOUSE FRAMING : • • By square foot or hour ->* ^Licensed and bonded •>•• ; Free estimate I • 736-0607 : OFFICE WORKER needed General ofTice skills basi cally BK -keeping k typing Alstatc Coin Mach Co 700 Sunset Rd. 9-4 weekdays. ComtryTiaa DogCreoaiaf >tTtumt aVMASU I OuttNivrlirS^ iMimHPAMMVr MUKHIaiaimSNw nmt>U i !•* iM^ taa4 Tart SMf.) Save Water-Save $$S-Save Tiine bOW MoHiliMftcs 1 UnANTCASN ;iii M u 1 Mertafe iii4 Tnat Deeds mmwmi \m4m i7i4M 1 AalyVMi|Mw. 1 1 be kMvs m. 1 DESERT J l^T LANDSCAPING Dotirt Rock A BouWirt LlfMOradlnf A Raking mm "There It M substitute for Exprln<." ^H DICK BIAIR REALTY-BROKER 833 NEVADA HWY. 293-2171 or 293-3402 o u B. ^fTER HOURS CALL oooBlair 203-2049 CarlCowan..^ 293-1499 ^^ Andrea Ander
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Hcndtrton Hemt tn, Nevada PUT IT IN THE I If: I; I Bosic Reolty Reoltor 3 Army Street Henderson 564-1553 BIG VALUE I5|L! home 3,000 Sq Kl biulol, 120'X 260' HiU i^draue 24' x 42' \UK family room, bii; liviii).; room, fircpl.ii'c and manv other cnoities Zones for horses 4 hdrm* 2'4 ha. in suburban Mend WE RE HERE TO HELP! If there is any way wc can as^sist you i n the field orRcai Estate" please don't hesitate to rontact us at Basic Re altv Herndon Smith, Broker GUARANTEED REPAIR ALL MAKES Sewing Machines and Vacuum Cleaners. SORENSEN'S 509 Ave. C, B C 293 3770 HAIRDRESSER wanted with eperience 293 2075 fl'C AIR CONDITIONING ANl HEATING REPAIRS Licen.sed Ph 361-8843 or 381 6852. i DESERT j TRIM SHOP I Cu>lom UpholstcfN' 1880 Nev Hwv B C '1 YARD SALE Thurt 4 ', Fri., Port typewriter (pica) 4 burner counter top stove, hot water healer (Kas) apt site gas stove with oven, older wing back Chair (needs upholstery) 1 rg floor buffer & acceisories, sm. carpet shampooerliattachments, dishcii, pots It pans, glasit > ware, and much morei you'll have to sec to be] iieve! 130 Kola St. Hend • ^-' • s' I 293-4939 |Auios. Furniture. Etc I |FREEEST.Pl' 4 Del An j I tique Cars & St Rods a spej .cialtv I 20YRS I EXPERIENCE ^W^tfTWATE POSSESSKJNr New 24x52 Ouckingham. by Silver Crest. 2 bdrm 2 bath, bonus room 2 awnings, skirtini! air. Alcan Siding, set up in (iinRcrwood J27.800 Gold Key. 458 2801 I.V. SPRING CLEANING SPECIALS Sofa & Love Seat cleaned in your home for $35.00. Chairs from onlv $10.00. Call for FREE estimate Licensed and insured. 293-2772 HOME UPHOLSTERY CLEANERS .•-*''r ;,.'':'r i^v'-^*' TWO BDRM APTS available Desert Gardens. 205 Randy Way Ph 565-9051 Hdn. SI6I\IS by BffiTB CEMENT work all types and block walls, free estimates Reasonable 457 • 9450 • 74 Chevy PI', 4 wheel drive, air low milcace. good cond $4500 293 1582 fxrfllENCIO carpnir.fat). work by the hr. Froming. foiiei, oddilMnt, lncin(, ate J93 I7W BC NOW RENTING • spares in beautiful all-adull Ginger• wood Mobile Park. Enjov carefree living with ar solar heated swimming pool, therapy pool, recreation hall, shufflrboard courts, planned recreation. Etc. 293-1908 Ml'ST SELL brand new 12' wide deluxe Skyline mobile home in Gingerwood Park 2 bdrm air. skirting, awnings, porch, desert landscape Completely furn Onlv $16,990 Immed occ • J934755 FOR SALIiadorable 2 month old Vorkic Terrier, male-. \KC papers, perfect for slud $150 293-4095. "The Herb fotch" Bulk iierbs. spices, tea, flour. Beans Buy 1 mug of tea get the second free 1 week only. Open 7 days 393-2416 Gl'NS Buy. sell, trade Secur iiy leathers We buy gold and silver The Pawn Shop 1212 N Boulder Hwv ^m 2676 WEDDING CAKES Call Lil Caesar s Pit' • : 'eria 2931100 BC 293-1100 r,,\LS"'lf ynu re not becoming In him. you should be coming 10 me Call Kim for VOl'R free facial 5656877, 610 10 pm HAVE PICKUP. WILL TRAVEL Can do most any job '\'ard work, light hauling, fence repair, most ihousehold repairs Call •: anyifne 565-6389 Hdn JMM SERVICE Hand yman. carpentry, painling.l Ceneral repairs and! maintenance '293-3353 Nol need to worry call Ml'R-l IRAY^^^^^^^^ Experienced low truck driver needed Must have tools 21 yrs or older Must live in or be willing to move to Hen derson Apply at All American Auto, 1401 .\lhol. Henderson 2 PHILLIPS I I RADIO & TV I j EXPERT SERVICE I I ALL MAKES | I & MO.DELS I For sate: Green love seat, $45. Coffee table $20 171 Westminister. Apt B., Hdn. FOR RENT • 2 bdrm. duplex, carpet, drapes, kit furnished Wc pay water and sewer. $275 mo 1st and last SlOOdepo 293 3468 Wanted: reliable ADULT to house sit and take care of pets 293 1208 FORLEASE 4bdr 2bath.co vered patio. 2 car garage water softener. $460 per month, first, la.st plus $200 deposit .Available June Lst. 293-4715 LOST 3"^ month old male, doberman. ears nol clipped If you know where abouts call 2931674 anytime or 293,3011 ask for Virgil Between 9am and 4 30 p m FREE to a good home -7yr.old spa.\ed Doberman. good nalured and good guard dog. Call 293 4841 after 4 p.m. Two Lasa Apso females One 7 months old and one 5 yrs AKC Call 293-4841 aHer 4 p m Kingsize waterbed headboard and heater, almost new mattress Cost $260 new-. Sell for$150. Call 293-4841 aner4 p.m. BEAUTIFUL VIEW LOT ON B C GOLF COURSE 6th green. 293 2512 or 873 5200 Fred Snyder Sears hard shell car lop carrier, used once $30 Malt spring and frame, full size. exeelVent cond $40 Desig ners bedspread and skirl $40 293 4573 .New Four Bedroom 2 bath for lease with option Call 564 1779 days or 565-6634 evenings FOR RENT 3 bdrm older home. 1 bath, refr. range, drapes carpel. $225 mo 293 1857 For rent: May 1.3 bdrm 2 bath house Fenced back yd Stove, refrigerator, dishwasher Highland Hills $400 mo Ph. 565-8673 [COLOR TV-STEREOi RCil y^^g SALES i SERVICE 2 W. PACIFIC 564-2870 For rent I. 2. 4 3 bdrm trail ers $30 to $60 wk Call 565 7763 or 565 7141 Hdn FOR SALE Used appliances refrigerators, vac cleaners, wavhers dryers PORTER ELECTRIC INC 293 3638 Man needed to learn & operate lawn maintenance route Good job for right man 293 2.383 WANTED TO BUY Re fngerator Prefer apt sue Must be reasonably priced & in good condition Ph .564 1881 Wanted Ladv for part lime ot fice work Must have experienrr Call Kelly Glass. 451 9302 Immediate occupancy' 3 bdrm 2 bath Horse zoned hugh back yd block wall, bridle path Highland Hills area Elec stove, dishwasher, disposal $400 mo lst. last Call 565 7628 before 9am or after 4pm HAIRSTYLIST WANTED Sta lions for rent 565-0355 Hdn MINI W\SHER for sale $50 Excellent cond Avocado Ph 564 2812 Household sale refrigerator, stove dishwasher, couch, beds, many other Hems Starts Tues noon 560 Blarkmore Dr. Hdn TRAILERS FOR RENT BRAND NEW! 2 bedrooms, furnished Water k trash paid Vista Mobile Home Pork 901 So Boulder Hv^y Free lessons in speed tufting k latch hook with your purchase of materials Rug Craftert in Sahara Square 1155 E.Sahara Ph 731-0118, ask about home group lessons. Beautiful 2 bdrm. Condominium for rent. Clean, quiet built • ins. Recreation room, swimming pool, laundry facilities Only $325 mo. Call 293 4073 aOer 1 p.m YARD SALE • Sat, Sun. 9 to 4 Pecans, stuffed animals, glass coffer table., much more 627 Ave B C For Sale: 15'68 Sea King Boat & Trailer & 55 HP. motor Good Cond. L reasonable. 565-0234 Purify your lop waltr with Pure Water Society Stills For Sola At: SORENSEN'S SEWING CENTER 509 Ave. C. BC 293-3770 FOR SALE Mobile home 8X43. 2 bdrm furnished, storage shed $4,000 293-3140 For sale: 1956 Siudebaker Classic "President". Runs good Also for sale 1972 Honda CB500 Motorcycle. New eng & trans. Call 565-0232 at^er 6 HANDCRAFTED STONEW ARE Local Potter will make ceramic items to your hking. Ph 565 7152 NEW 2 bedroom unfurnished apt Refrig stove washer dryer No Pets Ph. 458 • 4150 House for sale: Real nice neighborhood 1632 sq ft. lots of extras, assume V.A 8'4 loan to mortgage $59,500 Call after 5. 5657657 Would like to sell 15X25 Doughboy pool 4 ft deep Has dual filler system, swing up ladder and pool deck Needs new liner $300 or best offer 565 7857 BOULDER CITY BEAUTY 3 bdrm 2 bath. 2 car garage, large covered patio, huge master bdrm Low maintenance yard, all appliances 4 much more Austin Realty. Inc. REALTOR 457 3123 Masonry Work Brick block and Stone 643 8396 1976 Alpha trailer, used very little Top cond Park model with living room tilt out 33 long. $9500 cash or SIO.OOO with shed Call 293 22M For details. In adult only WANTED TO RENT • unfr house, retired couple Excellent B C ref Will paint, repair for reasonable rent 203-It22 Turn your hobby into profit by selling needlecraft 564-5409 FOR RENT KllcbcnelU*. %W wk. I'lilltlet paid. Shady Real MoUl. 565-7688. K>l SAll: 77 Kit IMHI lan(*i, IV Ig l r.^cm.yei „ ,...381-7193 BobCarmouche ;;...... ^ 565-6086 Diane Barlow 564-2332 Rod Hardy -v •. *. 565-04,39 Open Mon. thru Sat. Learn to drive with Las Vegas School of Driving Specializing in nervous 4 handicapped persons All ages Day & evening instruction. Free home pickup 732-7664. l1> S64-2SI5 t 293-4771 tn tvvnlnft-antfwMktn*. BEAUTIFUL Cl'STOM TWO STORY SP^NiSU HOME Across from sixth fairway on golf coursf Ti^lArious living sunken living and formal dining room, wmily room with red brick fireplace, cathedral beamjc^yeiMng and wetbar Rosecrest cabinets, carpet Ins ml custom draperies throughout Anthony swimrfill|#|$^l. completely fenced, off street recreational vehicle parking, plus many many features. Call to see tll%{>\9ly home today rS : — e — FOUR BEDROOMS, THREE BATH LOVSU EXECU TIVE HOME z'Jr ^. 2000 square feet of gracious living and eatOtAfiiaC a^ea 10X38 covered patio, Anthony swimming'^o'ol with waterfall and Grotto This home has many.features for the discriminating buyer Owner transftff**d^Call us to see this home .,^, STARTER HOME OR INCOME PROPERTY Live in one and rent one Two older home;s'on separate lots to be sole ogethcr Spacious 2 bedroom, 1 bath, carpeted throu, lout, covered patio Also, l' bedroom. completely re plumbed and re • wired an*remodelled with new appliances Lovely fenced yard Live in one and rent one or rent both. Call us for further Jelails THREE BEDROOM HOME ON LARGE J,9T ,: Wiih new kitchen and laundry, lovely fireplace, carpeted throughout Let us tell you about the many other extras m this house Priced to sell Call for appointment today. ... EXCEPTIONAL SIX-COMPANY HOUSE Good started or retirement home, close in. Two bedrooms, one bath, carpeted throughout, Itvndry room, new garage lovely neighborhood See to appreciate. Let us show you this one today WE HAVE LAKE MEAD VIEW LOTS AND ACREAGE Call us NOW for the details!!!! If it isn't listed here, and you are looking lorlt LET US HELP YOU FIND IT!' • We are the PROPERTY PEOPLE here to serve you I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Licensed Real Eitate Broker PAINTING, WALL PAPER ING, WALL WASHING Free estimates. Ralph, 565-0571 Radio i TV Service (olor (ritirr k ( 5tS04 i ^k Jll Hiirr ^M HENDERSON BOYS CLUB is seeking a working Executive Director Qualifications 4 yr College Degree with at least 2 yrs paid re lated experience Supervisory abilities Salary $12,000 per annum. Plus. DOE. Send resume to P.O. Box 427. Henderson, Nev 88015 Henderson Plozo Apts. $195. Unfurnished $215 Fumishtd 2 Bodroom HEATED POOL 730 Cntr St. 1 LOOKING to buy a home in Boulder City? See Henderson Realty ad or call 564 2515 |l r 1 I STMUT BUY 4 0EGREA8ERS GET 1 FREE Fr fndtU f^r^tt or deilcrtkip call 458-S95S SILVER lOWE KENNELS Dog li cat Boarding — Training in Kennel A Classes — AKC Alaskan H Malamute Puppies and I Stud Service. 9 Wayne Pel |S64.19S3 Fe^dPeelen U Namit Antique Collector Shop arc having a going out buiinets sale Most Itceu 10 percent off Bargains at • life-tiMe in fine furn chiM, glut, copper, brats items 334 Water St Hdn 5M2137 NOW RENTING 2 BDRM. APTS. CARPJET, DRAPES. STOVE REFRIGERATOR, AND STORAGE. Children Welcomed Pets Allowed SEE AD PG 3 BLACK MOUNTAIN REALTY 564-2727 Redwood fencing malerial.6 ft hi 75 wide $150 293 1863 30 inch RCA Elec Range. $100 Sears portable dishwasher $90. Call after 5 293 1923 Simmons Twin bed. box spnngs4matt Dining set. 4 chairs, leaf table, matching tier shelves 3 matched tble tamps Rocking chair itxpeatry) 2 matched end tables 8 W port. TV 2>MM7 DANCE THEATRE WEST TOMORROW ARE lEMO BORN TOPAY AT DANCE THEATRE WEST HfNOinON I 7 Army $ •ouiof I cm l404Wy^nf SI Hu-ttt-AriraWk • ii4 MM I Kammtmm Cblldrenx riotkes fur 5ile LoviU k Dittos pants. Site I 4 10 slim 8hin fc bathiiwi suit iUtmcondition Pk 957t INCOME TAX^ Sec Joka D Higlex jyrofesiional accountinOiyappt only Now his 4tk vr lerving Mender ton k--U^\ifp City residents t^OO Wyomini. BC Call nov It 23 2323 HOMES 'vSKla'c^^^rtcEVe^thrk^^'^^^^^^ Lake. 4 bedroom, 2 bath H^UKI """"''"' ^*'* "^'he $275,000 MCarforYn.o^nt *".** *"• """"hop. Many, many extras "'P'""*'""' 'his home. CONDO • ADULTS ONLY $39,000 00" Squal-e*^""'*"''' ^" ""' '"'^'"" n EXCELLENT Sed^iat'/p^sfesMo''"'"*'"'"^ '"^" ""^ ^ost! tnfADULTS ONLYll $16900" 14X70 2 bedroom, 2 bath in Gingerwood. Save $1,600!! BUSINISS OPPORUTNITIES ?;.^:as';!r';':„T--'^""'-o-ca.hor LOTS LiUG.EtOT -.VERY NEAR THE LAKE $32,50000!' WE HAVE SEVERAL LOTS THAT WF TAV ri,cT.. BUILD A HOME FOR YOUR NEEDS ^""" THE DONE CwM !• UUNti4. HIgkway, "Tk. D.B ar cill„ Tom Friery .. 2fl3-il50 Mel Duniway 293 2438 Shirley Phillips 293 2005 t'A. 'Curly Sue Broadbcnt 293-1238 Lillian Collins 565-7951 Nancy Murphy 293-3292 Ed Harvey 293-1937 Smith 293 1598 BOULDER REALTY, LICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKER For Information Coll 293*3232 1. IDEAL LOCATION. Gracious living. Beautifiit home close to everything. 4 bdrm 2 bath, large lot, fruit trees, screened-in patio, automatic sprinklers. 2. A TBAL AT $39,900. 2 bdrm 1 bath, centrally located, close to cveo'^bing Completely redecorated interior and hardwood floon. With 2 car garage. 3. LlVE ON.BOULDER CITY GOLF COURSE. 3 bdrm., 2 bath, breath taking view. 4. STARTER HOUSE. 2 bdrm, 1 bath, priced right hr the eaih buyer. 5. LARGE FRONT YARD! 4 bdrm., 2 bath, near Boulder City Golf coure. 6. IDEAL STffftTefV IfOMPKoom for expansion at your family growa. 6an be financed under FHA. 4 bdrm. 1 bath. 7. LIVE OM ONE OF BOULDIR CITYS shaded streets, tuper nice and clean 2 bdrm, 1 bath hooM-Ctlant fruit trees in back yard, HrepTace. nitk ^a— W.ff^'WiSL Clark. ParswaA... Tom Bfyin DianaXAeberg 2933205 293 2848 .303-1962 .J3-3475 .,., JS3-2739 416 Nevada Hishwiy BotUder City, Nevada 283-3232 ISkAriiiBa iMi • • '. niiUN IN THE SUN? THE "DESERT INN MOTEL" HAS IT 800 Nevada Hwy. Boulder City 293-2827 (1) Heated Pool! (2) 12 perc,i;nt ^un^hine during available darlifbt! 0) Clean, comfortable rooms! (4) Kjtcbenettei by the week or meiith! (5) Easy accesslo Vhopping, |bod MTvices. Ua Vegas entertain ment! (A SpMloos parklRf (lats. trailers, etc)' "~"^~'"~'~~""~'~'~'"~ For rent Beauty shop. J130 S Trt* Puppies; Call 5f 217* to ^^,j^^ Highway 965-9868 or 966-9712. MORRELL Q REALTY jgr NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION • Custom Home • 4 bdrms. \% baths, 1900 iq. R". on 4 acre. $72,500. MISSION HILLS LOTS. 1 acre lots-Call 565-8916 for information ^ SECTION 27 • 3 bdrm. 1^4 bath • 4 acre lot. 26 x 16 living room w-fireplace. Plush upgraded carpet. Zoned for horses. $55,600. HIGHLAND HILLS 3 bdrm 1\ bath Large walk in closets • 2 car garage • oversized lot. Fenced back & sides. Roof turbines & tinted windows. $48,000. VACANT LOT ready to build on Water, Power k Sewer in. $5500. CENTER STREET LOT'60 x 100 Utilities in $6000.00 MOlBILE HOME & LOT Double wide Completely fenced Garden. Many fruit trees. Like new inside & out 2 bdrm. 1 v bath. Call Morrell Realty 565 8916 for details. 20 ACRES Near Paradise Valley Country Club. Excellent investment. Call Morrell for details. BAITSHOP & BAR. Ample Parking. Detailed information'at 565-8916. PAHRUMP-We have 2-5 acre parcels w-wafer rights. $12.500 4 $15,000. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY ON BOULDER HWY Car lot & office 2 stall repair shop, paint booth. Call 565-8916. POOL • Price reduced in this 3 bdrm. 1 bath home in Tract II. Freplace in living room Good area. $43,000. ZONEDFOR FORHORSES.4bdrm2 fullbathsnear Black Mt Golf Course. 2 car garage. Large back yard. $48,600 ZONED COMMERCIAL 2 bdrm. 1 bath, full base' ment. $45,000. Call Morrell Realty JUST LISTED Building on Water Street 4000 sq n Could be used for offices or stores very nice little 2 bdrm. home on rear of lot. Has must Potential. Call Morrell for details. NEW LISTING 2 bdrm. I bath w-famiiy room added on Large storage shed in rear. F"eced Shows very well Call 565 • 8916. EXCELLENT BUY • On This New 3 bdrm l\ bath Fenced rear yard. $35,500 MOBILE HOME • 2 bdrms l\ baths. Very near & Clean. Large lot. Excellent buy. With small down owner will carry paper $27,000 Tippetts Construction FREE ESTIMATES REMODELING PATIO COVERS ADDITIONS DeVan TIppetU (owner) Lie No 13904 PH 585-095? FREE FILM OR CASH DI8-' COUNT ON ALL FILMS, Printed and developed at VANS NEVADA DRUG, BOULDER CITY, NV, FOR RENT Private rooms with kitchen. $20 k $25. per wk. 293-1716. B.C DRIVER'S LICENSE TESTS Tuesday ind Wednesday 8:41 am (•llnn-lpmt4:lSpm.Clty annex Civic Center 200 WaUr Street Reeml CARPENTER • work by Ibe hour, patios, etc. Reasonable. 785-87(3 NEED TO SELL YOUR HOUSE? WE WILL BUY IT NOW! C(Uk 293-1613 O.A, "Curly" SmifS, Inc. 42 WATIR STRHT fN. 5S-lf16 SAND, GRAVEL, TOP SOIL A LANDSCAPE ROCK. Call m-lll(. B.C. MOBILE HOME, 10x50. 2 bdrm, new carpet, awnings skirting and appl. $0500. Call 293-4344. B.C. MOBILE HOME Set ap now lo GlngcrM'oed, adult 77 model Bucktaaliam I by SUvcrrrcil. 2 bir., gardcD tab, aklrtiag, 2 ake awBlBgs, 4 IM air, never been Uved In. Gold Key MoMk Homet. 458-MOl ik A MOBILE HOMES FOR RENTI 2 A 3 bdrn furn. ar unfurn Head. Trir. Haven Mi ana. CASH FOR VOIR OLD CAR All American AHU Wfeckeri IMt ParkaoB Rd Hend. 545-7987 NEW M' wide delux Flamingo mobile homes. Delivered, setup with two 40' awnings, delux skirting, 4 ton air 2 bdrm, 2 bath. Complete pkg. Only $23,500 Call 293 4755 Think Sarah Coventry Jewelry for Mother's Day. Order now 293-2100 After 6 and on weekends. ROTORILLING By the job or by the hour Will till to suit yogr needs Free estimates. Call 964-2174. BOULDER CITY Comfortable 2 bedroom. A C, carpets, fridge, stove. No lease. Just $179,385-5901. Fer rent 1 bdrm house $180. mo. plus $50 deposit. Call after 4 30 S84-5430 PAINTER Interior, exterior. 18 yean experience. Far free estimate, call 38(-<198, SHAKLEE PRODUCTS Virginia E. Sears Authorized Distributor 364-1968 Hdn. Well Call On You! 4 Sale New CUSTOM HOME, 4 bdrm, across from BC Golf course on corner of cul • d .sac. tinted windows, flrepl dbl gar carpeted $72,000 owner293 1814or293-2751 RENT OR LEASE. Boulder City 2 bdr. apt. pool laundry clubhouse. $350 furn. No pets 293-1975 or 293-43S1. CUSTOM HOME ACROSS FROM BOULDER CITY GOLF COURSE 4 bdrm. fireplace, double garage, this home is custom throughout $72,000. For apt. call Roberts Realty, 3849111 or evenings 7316199 HOMEWORKERS $900 CASH IN ADVANCE to stuff 1000 envelopes. INFO; selfad dressed stamped envelope and $2 (refundable) FREE DOM 1002. Box 20451 FR. Columbus Ohio 43220 : HOUSE FRAMING : • • By square foot or hour ->* ^Licensed and bonded •>•• ; Free estimate I • 736-0607 : OFFICE WORKER needed General ofTice skills basi cally BK -keeping k typing Alstatc Coin Mach Co 700 Sunset Rd. 9-4 weekdays. ComtryTiaa DogCreoaiaf >tTtumt aVMASU I OuttNivrlirS^ iMimHPAMMVr MUKHIaiaimSNw nmt>U i !•* iM^ taa4 Tart SMf.) Save Water-Save $$S-Save Tiine bOW MoHiliMftcs 1 UnANTCASN ;iii M u 1 Mertafe iii4 Tnat Deeds mmwmi \m4m i7i4M 1 AalyVMi|Mw. 1 1 be kMvs m. 1 DESERT J l^T LANDSCAPING Dotirt Rock A BouWirt LlfMOradlnf A Raking mm "There It M substitute for Exprln<." ^H DICK BIAIR REALTY-BROKER 833 NEVADA HWY. 293-2171 or 293-3402 o u B. ^fTER HOURS CALL oooBlair 203-2049 CarlCowan..^ 293-1499 ^^ Andrea Ander
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