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1978-04-18 - Henderson Home News

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1978-04-18 - Henderson Home News
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Zenoff, Morry ( Columnist )
Ward, Frank S. ( Columnist )
Raymond, Flo ( Columnist )
Lindsey, Robert ( Columnist )
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1978-04-18
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City and town life -- Nevada -- Henderson
Community life -- Nevada -- Henderson
History -- Henderson (Nev.) -- 20th century
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Na 4019 78 CHEVY ^ T No. 4290 75 CORDOBA No. 4291 $ 998pr5188 '632! 77 FIREBIRD No. 9044 77 GRAND PfUX No. 9049 75 MARK IV No. 4041 78 FORD 4x4 No. 9934 m 77 CADILLAC No. 4391 5K0f3388 W0f5788 78Z( ^MUOfOOOB I ^'^•'^ AIR mags k tAenew AIR mags No 4490 $' 11 Ull.K 444 SO. DECATUR AT ALTA DRIVE CALL TODAY 870-9444 RM YOW LOW. LOW PRICE "ONE OF THE WORLD S LARGEST AUfOMOBI 74 MERCEDES F\PMr.AmNo887S $1 M C;\rBot\ City Tb Ho 2672, an for th 65th Annual Stoto Con* vfitin which will bo hold hora April 26, 27, 21 and 29. Thit will bo tho third timo in tho local Eoglot' history thot a •tot* convontion will bo hold in Hondoraen. Eaglot from all evor Novada as woll as from othor ports of tho country aro oxpoctod to ottond. Tho Eaglos nationwido havsi boon octivo for a numbor of yoars in mottors concoming thoir follow Amoricans. In 1908, lod by tho Eaglos and organizod labor, tho first logitlotion to protoct worfcors injurod on tho job, tho Wisconsin law, was passod. Mothers' pontioni, tho first logislation to bonof it widows and orphans was sponsored by tho Fratornol Order of Eaglot, tho Missouri law, and was onactod into low in 1911. America's first state old age pension act, to provide the aged with the nocouities of life, the Montana law, was sponsored by the Eoglos and enacted in 1923. Starting in the 1920's, the Eaglos began sponsoring tho legislation that led to Social SocL~rHry H-^ Ner. 89701 niagles Prepare for State ConMentlon id tho pen with wnicn rrosldont P.O. loosovolt signed tho bw. The Eaglos lod tho fight to outlow job discrimination based on ago, and today it is a stcrto low in 38 states and o fodorol low signed by President Lyndon Johnson in 1967. Tho Bogles, in 1945, launched its compoign for hoolth benefits for senior citizens. In 1965, the Medicare Bill was posiod and President Johnson prosontod to tho Eaglos tho pen with which he signed tho low. Local Aeries and Auxiliaries sponsor yearly several worthy projects including a Home on the Range for troubled boys near Sentinel Butto, North Dakota; High Sky Ranch, a facility for girls in Midland, Toxos; Eagle Ridge Village near Topoko, Kansas, whore boys hoodod for trouble with the law con live under near • normal family conditions; Eagle Village, located at Brodonton, Florida, a community for retired members where Eogle couples live together in 61 smoll but functional cottages in a spacious complex. The Eaglos also maintain a memorial foundotion, guaranteeing that tho children of any Eoglo member killed in military service would got a college education and necessary medical and dental treatment. It has since boon expanded to cover children of Eagle low officers or firefighters killed in tho lino of duty. The largo organisation also gives grants to the Max Boor Heart Fund which does research into coronary disease, the Jimmy Duronto Children's Fund, the Golden Eagle Fund ointod at assisting senior citizens and tho Art Ehrmonn Concor Fund which gives grants to various colleges, hospitals and medical centers for research in combating cancer. Several aims of the organization for thit year ore to lead the drive for legislation that would permit retirees on Social Security to earn up to $400 a month without losing benefits; to raise monoy to equip a dyeing and weaving center in Quotsof^ [^ Q tonongo, Guatemala, in cooperation with CARE; and to raise $1 APR 3 ^ ] million for their worthwhile charities. .' NEVADA STATE Ci HENDERSON EAGLE'S OFFICERS Front row from left to right: Ken Robert, W w t h y pott president; Chorlie Wyott, Worthy pretident; Dick Thomas, Worthy V £ ^^ president and Art DeClocco, worthy Chaplain. Bock row: MacExcell, VJ^rtHy inside guard; Rust Neiger, Worthy Truttee; Joe Worgo, Worthy Trustee; 97.3 Paul toundy, Worthy Treaturer; Gil Thomeson, Worthy Truttee. Not shown ore Woo( y Carducci, Worthy secretary; Jim Brink, Worthy conductor and Dave LIBR^fl<(PP Worthy inside guard. (Basic Photo) WITH WEEKLY SHOPPERS WHICH INCLUDE MERCHANTS' MESSAGES THAT SERVE ALL 10.000 HOMES IN THE HENDERSON-BOULDER CITY AREA. Our 30th Yeor 32nd Edition HENDERSON. N|;VADA PHON^E 564-1881-AH Departments PRICE 15 CENTS Tuesday, April 18, 1978 Morni'Story Laniest Crowd Sees Industrial Days Parade if Mniy ZiMll Imogino an oaf like mo sitting atop a rented auto crying like a boby — M we moved slowly in tho parodo line Saturday down Water Street taking part in the city's anniversary running of the Industrial Days parade ... just 2S years after I had token part in the first parade only at that time not being in the parade itself but serving as the celebration's general chairman. Why cry you ask as old men shouldn't cry ... they should look wisely at the people along the porado route ... bow gracefully and say to one's self ... botcho tfoy don't knew me, haven't read mo, wish I'd get the car moving faster to got this silly parade over oariy so they could get homo to wotch the Lakers on TV. You cry, I guess, because as you move along you think of the passing scone •• not hxiay's... but of tho scone that has gone on and on year by year for 30 times here, for 20 times before that and you think how this day is symbolic of H all... of what life has boon to you. One asks not for praise, for applause from tho sidolinos. Cite asks only to be told in some way that efforts were of tome use to others ... that years on the firing lino were not wasted. So when you ride atop a cor at the invitation of the celebration's authorities ... there is acknowledgement right then that someone figured you hod boon of service. And then riding along otop your car and seeing yourself at you really wore ... a perten picked out for a moment of notice by the multitude ... it comes homo to you that this is appreciation of what you'd done. A little kid waves. An old friend shouts hollo. A citixen you don't recognise colls out a woll done ... this is appreciation. And this is all a guy really wants in life ~ a word of acknowledgement that one's vork was Of 90fn# iinpOn* ContonPigeZ See "MORRY" YOUTH FLOAT WINNER-Pock 37 and friends wot the winning floot for youth entries in the fleot division of the annual Industrial Days Parade Sot. Tho cub Koutt ore shown at they paraded down Water Street. $42 Million 5-Year Ifflprovement Program Discussion Set An estimated $42 million capital improvement program, scheduled for over a flve-year period, will be the topic of discussion for the Henderson City Council tonight at 7 p.m. The City Planning Commission previously studied the five-year program and recommended approval of the plan consisting of 91 projects. The projected improvement program has been prepared by the city staff with input flrom the various department heads. One of the major factors in influencing the need for new and expanded city facilities is population growth. In terms of population the city is unique in that it is a relatively new town, the site being desert land until World War II. Population estimates show that Henderson may have 63,000 residents by the year 2,000. The public is invited to attend this meeting. There will be a public hearing at a later date. •USmiSSMAN OF TM MONTH Meny Zonoff, right, publisher of the HendofMn Nome rtews ond the louMor City News, was selected by ttie Chamber ef Commew e os "lusi n o s smon Of The Month" for April. Fiosenting the ploque is Ouone Louboch, president of the Chowber of C o m merc e and center is Chortotte Crowley, chairman of tfte selection committee. The largest crowd in the history of Industrial Days witnessed the "Silver Jubilee" parade Saturday, according to Gary Johnson, Chambertof Commerce Director. Following the wind-up of the two week celebration, Johnson expressed his appreciation to all those who worked on the community project which is sponsored by the business community and the Chamber of Commerce. "It takes a lot of people and coordination to put on such an event," Johnson said. He said work will begin on nextyears celebration right away. Miss Carrie Matzke reigned over the celebration as "Miss Industrial Days." and the events included Fun Day at the Park, a talent show, the beauty contest, various events such as bowling tournaments and pool tournaments and the rodeo. Parade Winners Winners of the various categories in the parade were listed by the Chamber. Antique Autos, Model "A", winner was Hemet Valley Model A. Ford Club, and second place was Fraternal Order of Police. In the Model "T" category, Jim Grieco won first with Marvin Robinson second. In the special interest auto 1926-1940. Boulder City fire department won first; Arnold Garren, second and Bob Campbell, city manager of Henderson, won third. In the special interest auto 194M960, Dallas Bossard of Palm Mortuary won first. The Nevada Youth Fair queen won first in the decorated car category and the Eldorado Casino won first in the decorated float for businesses. ^ Organizational decorated float was won by Henderson Moose Lodge; the youth float Pndi oofl on piyi 2 1

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TW^ Htndanen Hem* Ntw*, N*ndren, Ntyoda Tuesday. April 18.1978 HiHlren Horn. Ntwi, H.ndnon, Ntvado Ng3 City Protests lack Of Control In 208 Plon The City of Henderson joined other cities iri the complaint that it won't have any control over 208 mandates if Clark County is designated as the implementing agency for the wastewater management plan. A position statement, drafted by City Manager Bob .Campbell, was signed by Mayor Lorin Williams and each of the councilmen. WHliams said the statement purposefully doe^ riot go into the many technical details that should be considered, but it intended to provide an overview of what the City of Henderson considers to be the most important issues. The statement says that the city is in total agreement with the goals of the 208 water plan but does take "very strong" exception to some of the recommended means of accomplishing these goals. The first exception outline concerns the appointed director ofenvironmental planning which would have almost total control over such diverse areas as land use, housing, transportation, A-95, water quality, air quality, solid waste, flood control, noise, energy, and others. The director would report to the county manager, also an appointed position. "It is the position of our city that entirely too much power is being placed in a single individual," the statement says. "Not only are the rights and responsibilities of the separate political entities seriously jeopardized, but from a political standpoint no single administrator should ever desire this total assignment of responsibility and control." The statement indicates that the issues of consolidation, annexation, ^nd "super government" wiH become mute without the people ever having had the opportunity to speak: The Henderson Council suggests that an "Environmental Resources Advisory Board"' of citizens be appointed to advise the county manager and Board of Commissioners on the implementation and operation of this program. Could Bankrupt "The 208 plan as prorosed has the potential for bankrupting every city in the area," according to the Council statement. "The county commission will have the authority to dictate everything from street sweeping schedules to what flood channels must be paved." The council suggests that Clark County Commissioners, Governor Mike O'Callaghan and Congressional representatives actively participate in the request for a time extension to review the entire 208 plan. •!is: Old Vegas Includes Apartment Complex fi 'Old Vegas", afawily recreation park, will have the first phase completed by June 15 and the entire park should be completed by summer, 1979, Phylis Fetter, coordinator of group sales for Old Vegas told the Henderson Chamber of Commerce Thursday. The park, which is located on Boulder Highway in Henderson across from the new Levi Strauss distribution center, will be opened in June with only the forst in operation. This will include a theater, gift shop, steak house, • stage coach rides, old fashioned steam train rides, and others. When the park is completed, they will have copied a number of historic places in the Las Vegas area such as old block 16 from the early days of Las Vega.s, and old Front Street which will be a motion picture set. Front Street will be a reincarnation of the original town where there will be many authentic stores where you can purchase everything from western wear to handmade Dioneer crafts. There will also be shoot-outs and "painted women There will also be a Paiute Indian village. Ms. Fetter said they are looking at bus tour business and there will be package deals for visitors to the park, including youth tours. There will be rodeo grounds, a guest ranch, recreation vehicle parking and service station. She said funding has also been completed for an apartment complex in the area. The park will employ 50 persons in the beginning but Ms. Fetter said it would employ "an incredible number" when they get the hotel open. The park is being constructed on approximately 35 acres of land. Publisher Morry Zenoff was named "Businessman of the Month" by Chamber President Duane Laubach. ZenofT is celebrating his 50th year in the field of journalism. New members welcomed to the Chamber included Roberts Realty, Nevada Young American Homes, and Busy Bee Instant Copies. Henderson Home News An liidepeiideiit Newspaper Fovnded ivM M951 Published every Tut-.sday and Thursday morning at 22 Water Street. Henderson. Nevada 89105. Ph 564-1881 MORRY ZENOFF • Editor & Publisher Lorna Kesterson • Managinc Editor 4 General Manager Don Kr<>leron • .AN.^i.stant General Manager Mary Sufford • Editorial St.^ff Happy Preble • Advertisinc Manager TheIma Clove • Circulation Manager RosaLer Stucki Office Manager & Boolikeeper Entered at the post offlce in Henderson, Nevada. IMl SIBSCRIPTION R^TCN Sinflf Cop\ On* Y' Sii Hotiiki Thr** Vi>nlh< a.<^ second class matter on June 1. MAIL SUBSCRIPTIONS wrf W"i"trr' Thr** Mom 7... S' 1 • .|*|ii N %r* tJt for III • wnllM tOllp*r >rir 7Wror til montkt 1100 pr rtir .1 • ,m*,m^.0'Mmtttllt^tm PARADE miinnpwl was won by Pack 37 and friends and second place was won by Girl Scout Troop 196. The Henderson Saddle Association won first in the mounted groups; national wild horse association won second and Ranchettes won third. Linda Sims won first in the Silver Single, and in Mounted singles, Nevada boat sales won first; Ernest Patton second and Jean Dutton, third. For the marching groups, Basic high school Desertaires won first; Eldorado high school Navy Jr. ROTC wcyi second and Bit and Pieces Majorette team won third. For drill teams, Diamets won first; St. Viator Drill team won second and Robert E. Lake Drill team, third. The Zelzah Shrine Temple Clownswon first in unique entries; Barquist sheel metal won second and Ted Bird won third. Dance Theater West won first in the youth group. Old Nevada won first in "Depicting Business;" Hydro Conduit won second and Day Dream Ranch won third. In the Motorized group, Zelzah Shrine Timple Mini Bikes won first and U.S. Army Reserve, second. MAYOR FOR CYCLETHON Lorin Williams, Mayor of Henderson, presently recovering from his recent heart attack, is supporting the HendersonCyclethon '78 to benefit the American Heart Association, Clark County Division. Mayor Williams met recently With Guy Mongan, Henderson Cyclethon Chairman, to discuss the Cyclethon plans and to offer his support to the riders on the day of the ride through the Henderson area. The Cyclethon will take place on May 6, 1978, at 9 a.m. and will traverse about seven miles of Henderson's less congested streets. The Las Vegas United React under the direction of Colonel Edward Brown will see that inter-checkpoint communication is provided for the safety of the bikers. Riders will obtain sponsors for a certain amount per mile that he cares to ride and may circle the route as many times as desired. Spon'sor sheets will soon be available' in schools, sporting goods shops, ~ the Park and Recreation Department or by calling the Heart Association at 733-2020. Prizes will be awarded to riders turning in the most money fVom their sponsors. The prizes were donated by the following Henderson merchants and businesspeople: Bank of Nevada, Henderson, Ben Stepman Dodge, Investor's Diversified Services, Inc., Rainbow Club and Casino, State Industries, Inc., and McDonalds. 1/ A^ ^TLl 7>d The Anabtept, or four'ytd rish, hM only two ryM, accordini to "Hi* World Book Encyclopedii, but they tenrt t duti purpoM The upper half illowt the Tiah to lee for somt diftance above watar and UM IOWW baif, dirierent in atructure. allowa the fiah to aM under water. Paj.2 Tuesday, April *". "•'' ^ -^ Market Street Vacation Before City Planners I |g|/LL|jj^^ Boys' Club to Sponsor Freostyle Wrostling TounMineiit A request from the city council for a report on the vacation of Market Street from Atomic Street to Atlantic Street, will be discussed by the city planning commission Wed. at 8 p.m. in the planning commission chambers. A public hearing has been scheduled for May 1 by the city council on the vacation request by the Eldorado Club. Other items on the planning agenda are: -Request from the city surveyor for approval of an Recreation Dept* Hos Class Openings The Henderson Parks and Recreation Department still has several class openings for April. Registration is taking place now until April 18th in Room 22 of the Henderson Civic Center Annex. Don't wait until it's too late! Classes last April 18-May 31. Macrame' Tuesday and Thursday 2-3 p.m. $6 per person. Beginning Art Tuesdays and Thursdays 3:30-4:30 p.m. $8. Circular Weaving Wednesdays 7-9p.m. $20. Cooking for Children Wednesdays3-5p.m. $10. New Beginners Gymnastics Tuesdays and Thursdays 5-6 p.m. $6. Toddlers Tumbling Mondays and Wednesdays 1-2 p.m. $6. Beginning Gymnastics Mondays and Wednesdays 3-4 p.m. $6. Beginning Gymnastics Mondays and Wednesdays 4-5 p.m. $6. Intermediate Gymnastics Monday and W ednesdays5-6p.m. $6. MORRY'STORY cont. from pg. 1 The parade grinds down ... your driver •• Jeonne Andree, the Henderson school student ad> visor, who hod many hellos tossed at her from the parade sidelines, and Eva ... my wife get out of the lineup and roll over thru the bockstreets •• all is quiet now. The parade it over... the once in 0 life-time eiperience •• hot been lived. There is a warm feeling inside. The softness that brought tears earlier is gone. It is oil a memory new ... like hove the years combined into like one ...into 0 little cassette full of events...ond you 90 to your office... open up the must read moil and there before you it a letter from most remarkable joumolist in Nevodo Jim Joyce soytng '7ou hove been a credit to the profession, and your contributions hove been huge. We are a better clunty for your efforts and contributions." And another letter, which we ask Lemo to reprint in Tuesday's paper en it comes from Henderson, from one who exprostos an ohomote feeling and which wo wont printed to eqwoliso whatever Jim Joyce and others hove been soying ... this letter reod ot follows: "April 13,1971-Merry ZMioff Day Door Mr. ZenoH: Why couldn't you hove tettlod for • pown thp7?r' It wot signed "Adepti Jr." and beneoth H a en* inch tquore heovlly drawn twoetiko. Thofi the ttory of ~ thefs th fliory •! life ... in this nton't amended plat of a portion of the Black Mountain golf and country club • realignment of streets. "Request from Zelda and Donald Tracey, 601 Cameo Circle for review of a sign for a pre-owned clothing store at 1729 No. Boulder Highway. -Architectural review for a Circle K store to be located at Roily Street on Boulder Hihhway. -Reveiw of Pequeen subdivision No. 3 consisting of five lots in section 9. -Review of Ferrando minor subdivision consisting of five lots in section 19. 1 -Final review of map of Vista North Unit 5. -Review of resubdivision map of a portion of block 10. -Request from American Nevada Corp. for a special meeting to review Green Valley business park to be located in section 32. -Review of final map for Royal Oaks subdivision by Collins Bros. Donald Botkin Promoted To P.D. Lieutenant Donald E. Botkin, a veteran Henderson police officer and former sergeant, has been promoted as a lieutenant in the department. Botkin began h4s career with the police department here in Aug. of 1968 when he joined the police reserves. On Jan. 6,1969, he became a regular police officer. Previously he had been working in construction. "1 always wanted to be a policeman," Botkin said, "Because I like to help people." Botkin spent much time preparing himself for his job. He received a degree in criminal justice from UNLV. attended narcotics classes in Long Beach and supervision classes at the national academy. He also received specialized training in police work. At the present time he is in charge of the identification lab, jail administration, evidence, statistics and computer and fixed inventory. He and his wife, Laura, have two sons. Donald letkln Lieutenant AddltloiMl Telephone Linos Planned For Hendei^ Henderson, as well as Stateline, Gardnerville and Minden, have been included for major construction projects in Continental Telephone Company of California's 1978 budget. The estimated cost for Henderson's construction will be $271,272 due to the enormous building construction projects in this area needed to meet customer growth requirements. The project will consist of two large cable jobs, according to Clayton Johnson, manager of the local office. One will be on Major Avenue lead^4A0/k. U? Bulk Captures Zone Swimming Basic High School •wopt both the boys and girls divisions of the pwcond Class AAA Diviirion 11 Zone swimming meet Saturday at Wilflams Pool. The Wolves repeated in the boys division and will challenge Division I champion Reno in the boys division and the Bific girls will challenge top Northern fscbools Reno and Wooster next Saturday at Williams Pool. Basic's boys were defeated early in the season at Reno and the Wolves' girls edged into a dual and went unbeaten in three duals compared to 6-0 for Wooster. Basic outscored surprising Bonanza, 78-73, in the boys division. The Wolves girls easily outswam runnerup Western, 84-17. There were three boys double winners: Bonanza's Mike Gilmore, in the 100 and 200 • yard freestyles and his teammate Don Jennings who won both the 50 n-ee and 100 breaststroke, and Rancho's James Owens who won both the 100 breaststroke and 200 individual medley. Gilmore and Jennings both were members of Bonanza's winning 200 Double • winners in the girls division were Rancho's Geri Bakies (50 and 200 free) and Valley's Bunny Jackson (100 fVee and 200 IM). Basic winners included: Cindy Bower (500 free), Ail-American Carrie Pettey (1:07.3 100 back), and Barbara Phillips (100 breaststroke). Both Basic relay teams won unopposed. medley team. Boseboll Teom Wins One, Loses One The Henderson Boys' Club will sponsor a freestyle wrestling tournament on Saturday, April 22 in the club gymnasium located at 401 Drake Street. There will be competition in the senior division for boys 14-18 years old and a junior division for those 6 to 13 years of age. Weigh-ins will begin at 8 a.m. and wrestling will start at 9:30 a.m. Pargas of Las Vegas has donated the awards for the tournament and the public is invited. Admission will be $1 for adults and 25 cents for children under 12 years of age. Henderson Boys' Club members may attend free. Teams expected to enter are Boulder City, Clark High, Bonanza High, Chaparral High No. 1 and No. 2, Rancho High, Eldorado High, Valley and Western High Schools. For further information call the Boys' Club at 565-6568 or 565-6569. Greyhound Expo Invitotional Tournament to be held ot Block Mountoin Black Mountain Golf and Country Club has again been selected by Dave Jamison, chairman of the board of Greyhound Exposition Services, as the site of his Sixth Annual Greyhound Expo Golf Tournament. The event is scheduled for June 3 and 4 with a western steak fry and party preceding the tournament on Friday evening, June 2. Jamison's guests consist of key convention executives from all major Las Vegas hotels, the Las Vegas Visitors and Convention Authority, and association executives throughout the country. The tournament is limited to 160 players and Saturday's play will get underway at 11 a.m. and Sunday's will begin at noon. Celtics Three Man Basketball Champs Cyntea Purcell Finalist In AFS Program Tuesday. April 18,1978 Municipal Court Report Tu*iy, April 11, 197IOo.m. Madefine Francis Roy, 65, petit larceny, bench warrant issued. James Smith, 32, contempt of court, pleaded guilty, fined $100. Failure to pay fine, ordered to pay previous fine in amt. of$100. Anthony William Waas, 22, bench warrant, fined $100. Speeding 80-45, fined $50. Bench wwrant, fined $100. Speeding 45-35, fined $20. WidnMday, A^I12, 19716 p.m. by Frank S. Word The Basic High School Men's Baseball Team lifted its division record to 3-8 after defeating Gorman on homefield Saturday, 12-5. The Wolves overpowered Gorman from the start, scoring 10 runs in the first three innings. Wolves' Adrian Clark lead Basic with three hits. Pitcher Brian Bainbridge of Basic brought his record to 3-3 with the win over Gorman. Friday the Wolves lost to Rancho 8-3. Lloyd Martin pitched for Basic in that game. The Wolves next game will be against Vo-Tech at Vo-Tech Wednesday. Kenny led the champion Celtics to a 76-73 victory over the tough Falcons who had come out of the losers bracket to challenge for the top spot. The Celtics went through the double elimination tourmanent undefeated. Wesson had high scoring honors for the game with 41 points and team mate Clarence Wade had 17 points. Mike Holladay led the Falcons with 39 points and Tom Rawson scored 25 markers. Cyntea Purcell, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Roy Purcell, has been notified that she is a finalist in the American's Abroad program of the American Field Service. This means that she will be considered for placement with a family in a foreign country from iuBPir CAftPET ILiiwaifg ..And We'U Carpet Connecting Hallway Short very family V. 'I?*,.if • ^?*i''. hag or candy stripe foam back, versatile and long lasting. Ideal for rooms & dens. 1099 Sculptured short shag of 100% nylon. Great color selection. Practical yet elegant. $799 I Luxury combined with utility. Plush, dense nylon pile made to please the most demanding taste. J. ^r sq. yd. now until all placements have been made. Cyntea is a senior at Basic High and very excited about the prospects of spending a year in a foreign country as a member of some family. The A.F.S. is very careful to match student applicants with host applicants so that there will be a minimum of personality adjustments. Whenever a host family application is found that is compatible with Cyntea's application, she will be notified. Should there be a limited number of host families, or if none of those applying seem compatible, then she might not be placed. The Henderson chapter of the A.F.S. is currently raffling an etching at the Youth Fair in the Convention Center to raise money to help offset the cost of Cyntea's ^afta'ti|^iar abtbad.^'WftotCB. everyone to see the etching at our booth at the Fair and buy a ticket," said Dorothy Swackhamer, president of A.F.S. The cost to an American's Abroad student is $2,250 for the year plus air fare to and from New York. Nina Carol Hoskins, 39, disorderly conduct, fmed $25. Jewell Russell Hoskins, 54, disorderly conduct, fined $25. Carole Ann Turner, 24, petit larceny, fined $50. Gary Michael Seller, 23, drive under infi-alc, fined $175. Craig Steven Anderson, 18, contempt of court, fined $100. Fail to pay fine, ordered to pay previous fine of $100. Kenneth Anthony Bearce, 23, bench warrant, fined $100. Anyone Lose A Coin Collection? A coin collection has been recovered by Hen; derson Police who believe it could be someone's coin collection stolen in a burglary. .:Anyone whsican idenli?y it is askeJto contact Stan McNeal at the police department. It contains old pennies, dimes, nickles and quarters in booklets. There is a 100 Chinese Juan and they are in a Maxwell House Coffee Can. [The Canjpet Capital 1304 Las VsgM BM. So. 38541701 ]^ Blocks SoiA of GhnMon OPEN SAM 11 tin MON. THRU SAT OHw Ei|*M 4/n/n •-n: BOULDER HOTEL SOLD The Boulder City Hotel has been purchased by Frank and Ruby Adams of Las Vegas. Ownership of the Boulder City landmark was officially transferred last Wednesday afternoon as former owners Bob and Lois Beaugureau turned the keys over to the Adams. The Beaugureaus were represented in the transaction by Barbar McMahon of United Business Investments. The Adams were represented by Florence Skurski of Andy Skurski Realty. Plans are underway to open the dining room as soon as possible...hopefully within four to six weeks. Meanwhile, the hotel will function as usual with accomodations available by the night, week or month. No major changes are contemplated in the immediate future. Frank and Ruby Adams recently returned from Saudi Arabia where Frank worked for an international oil firm. Although they arc widely traveled ...they've been overseas seven times and around the world once...they consider the Las Vegas area "home." I

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TW^ Htndanen Hem* Ntw*, N*ndren, Ntyoda Tuesday. April 18.1978 HiHlren Horn. Ntwi, H.ndnon, Ntvado Ng3 City Protests lack Of Control In 208 Plon The City of Henderson joined other cities iri the complaint that it won't have any control over 208 mandates if Clark County is designated as the implementing agency for the wastewater management plan. A position statement, drafted by City Manager Bob .Campbell, was signed by Mayor Lorin Williams and each of the councilmen. WHliams said the statement purposefully doe^ riot go into the many technical details that should be considered, but it intended to provide an overview of what the City of Henderson considers to be the most important issues. The statement says that the city is in total agreement with the goals of the 208 water plan but does take "very strong" exception to some of the recommended means of accomplishing these goals. The first exception outline concerns the appointed director ofenvironmental planning which would have almost total control over such diverse areas as land use, housing, transportation, A-95, water quality, air quality, solid waste, flood control, noise, energy, and others. The director would report to the county manager, also an appointed position. "It is the position of our city that entirely too much power is being placed in a single individual," the statement says. "Not only are the rights and responsibilities of the separate political entities seriously jeopardized, but from a political standpoint no single administrator should ever desire this total assignment of responsibility and control." The statement indicates that the issues of consolidation, annexation, ^nd "super government" wiH become mute without the people ever having had the opportunity to speak: The Henderson Council suggests that an "Environmental Resources Advisory Board"' of citizens be appointed to advise the county manager and Board of Commissioners on the implementation and operation of this program. Could Bankrupt "The 208 plan as prorosed has the potential for bankrupting every city in the area," according to the Council statement. "The county commission will have the authority to dictate everything from street sweeping schedules to what flood channels must be paved." The council suggests that Clark County Commissioners, Governor Mike O'Callaghan and Congressional representatives actively participate in the request for a time extension to review the entire 208 plan. •!is: Old Vegas Includes Apartment Complex fi 'Old Vegas", afawily recreation park, will have the first phase completed by June 15 and the entire park should be completed by summer, 1979, Phylis Fetter, coordinator of group sales for Old Vegas told the Henderson Chamber of Commerce Thursday. The park, which is located on Boulder Highway in Henderson across from the new Levi Strauss distribution center, will be opened in June with only the forst in operation. This will include a theater, gift shop, steak house, • stage coach rides, old fashioned steam train rides, and others. When the park is completed, they will have copied a number of historic places in the Las Vegas area such as old block 16 from the early days of Las Vega.s, and old Front Street which will be a motion picture set. Front Street will be a reincarnation of the original town where there will be many authentic stores where you can purchase everything from western wear to handmade Dioneer crafts. There will also be shoot-outs and "painted women There will also be a Paiute Indian village. Ms. Fetter said they are looking at bus tour business and there will be package deals for visitors to the park, including youth tours. There will be rodeo grounds, a guest ranch, recreation vehicle parking and service station. She said funding has also been completed for an apartment complex in the area. The park will employ 50 persons in the beginning but Ms. Fetter said it would employ "an incredible number" when they get the hotel open. The park is being constructed on approximately 35 acres of land. Publisher Morry Zenoff was named "Businessman of the Month" by Chamber President Duane Laubach. ZenofT is celebrating his 50th year in the field of journalism. New members welcomed to the Chamber included Roberts Realty, Nevada Young American Homes, and Busy Bee Instant Copies. Henderson Home News An liidepeiideiit Newspaper Fovnded ivM M951 Published every Tut-.sday and Thursday morning at 22 Water Street. Henderson. Nevada 89105. Ph 564-1881 MORRY ZENOFF • Editor & Publisher Lorna Kesterson • Managinc Editor 4 General Manager Don Kr<>leron • .AN.^i.stant General Manager Mary Sufford • Editorial St.^ff Happy Preble • Advertisinc Manager TheIma Clove • Circulation Manager RosaLer Stucki Office Manager & Boolikeeper Entered at the post offlce in Henderson, Nevada. IMl SIBSCRIPTION R^TCN Sinflf Cop\ On* Y' Sii Hotiiki Thr** Vi>nlh< a.<^ second class matter on June 1. MAIL SUBSCRIPTIONS wrf W"i"trr' Thr** Mom 7... S' 1 • .|*|ii N %r* tJt for III • wnllM tOllp*r >rir 7Wror til montkt 1100 pr rtir .1 • ,m*,m^.0'Mmtttllt^tm PARADE miinnpwl was won by Pack 37 and friends and second place was won by Girl Scout Troop 196. The Henderson Saddle Association won first in the mounted groups; national wild horse association won second and Ranchettes won third. Linda Sims won first in the Silver Single, and in Mounted singles, Nevada boat sales won first; Ernest Patton second and Jean Dutton, third. For the marching groups, Basic high school Desertaires won first; Eldorado high school Navy Jr. ROTC wcyi second and Bit and Pieces Majorette team won third. For drill teams, Diamets won first; St. Viator Drill team won second and Robert E. Lake Drill team, third. The Zelzah Shrine Temple Clownswon first in unique entries; Barquist sheel metal won second and Ted Bird won third. Dance Theater West won first in the youth group. Old Nevada won first in "Depicting Business;" Hydro Conduit won second and Day Dream Ranch won third. In the Motorized group, Zelzah Shrine Timple Mini Bikes won first and U.S. Army Reserve, second. MAYOR FOR CYCLETHON Lorin Williams, Mayor of Henderson, presently recovering from his recent heart attack, is supporting the HendersonCyclethon '78 to benefit the American Heart Association, Clark County Division. Mayor Williams met recently With Guy Mongan, Henderson Cyclethon Chairman, to discuss the Cyclethon plans and to offer his support to the riders on the day of the ride through the Henderson area. The Cyclethon will take place on May 6, 1978, at 9 a.m. and will traverse about seven miles of Henderson's less congested streets. The Las Vegas United React under the direction of Colonel Edward Brown will see that inter-checkpoint communication is provided for the safety of the bikers. Riders will obtain sponsors for a certain amount per mile that he cares to ride and may circle the route as many times as desired. Spon'sor sheets will soon be available' in schools, sporting goods shops, ~ the Park and Recreation Department or by calling the Heart Association at 733-2020. Prizes will be awarded to riders turning in the most money fVom their sponsors. The prizes were donated by the following Henderson merchants and businesspeople: Bank of Nevada, Henderson, Ben Stepman Dodge, Investor's Diversified Services, Inc., Rainbow Club and Casino, State Industries, Inc., and McDonalds. 1/ A^ ^TLl 7>d The Anabtept, or four'ytd rish, hM only two ryM, accordini to "Hi* World Book Encyclopedii, but they tenrt t duti purpoM The upper half illowt the Tiah to lee for somt diftance above watar and UM IOWW baif, dirierent in atructure. allowa the fiah to aM under water. Paj.2 Tuesday, April *". "•'' ^ -^ Market Street Vacation Before City Planners I |g|/LL|jj^^ Boys' Club to Sponsor Freostyle Wrostling TounMineiit A request from the city council for a report on the vacation of Market Street from Atomic Street to Atlantic Street, will be discussed by the city planning commission Wed. at 8 p.m. in the planning commission chambers. A public hearing has been scheduled for May 1 by the city council on the vacation request by the Eldorado Club. Other items on the planning agenda are: -Request from the city surveyor for approval of an Recreation Dept* Hos Class Openings The Henderson Parks and Recreation Department still has several class openings for April. Registration is taking place now until April 18th in Room 22 of the Henderson Civic Center Annex. Don't wait until it's too late! Classes last April 18-May 31. Macrame' Tuesday and Thursday 2-3 p.m. $6 per person. Beginning Art Tuesdays and Thursdays 3:30-4:30 p.m. $8. Circular Weaving Wednesdays 7-9p.m. $20. Cooking for Children Wednesdays3-5p.m. $10. New Beginners Gymnastics Tuesdays and Thursdays 5-6 p.m. $6. Toddlers Tumbling Mondays and Wednesdays 1-2 p.m. $6. Beginning Gymnastics Mondays and Wednesdays 3-4 p.m. $6. Beginning Gymnastics Mondays and Wednesdays 4-5 p.m. $6. Intermediate Gymnastics Monday and W ednesdays5-6p.m. $6. MORRY'STORY cont. from pg. 1 The parade grinds down ... your driver •• Jeonne Andree, the Henderson school student ad> visor, who hod many hellos tossed at her from the parade sidelines, and Eva ... my wife get out of the lineup and roll over thru the bockstreets •• all is quiet now. The parade it over... the once in 0 life-time eiperience •• hot been lived. There is a warm feeling inside. The softness that brought tears earlier is gone. It is oil a memory new ... like hove the years combined into like one ...into 0 little cassette full of events...ond you 90 to your office... open up the must read moil and there before you it a letter from most remarkable joumolist in Nevodo Jim Joyce soytng '7ou hove been a credit to the profession, and your contributions hove been huge. We are a better clunty for your efforts and contributions." And another letter, which we ask Lemo to reprint in Tuesday's paper en it comes from Henderson, from one who exprostos an ohomote feeling and which wo wont printed to eqwoliso whatever Jim Joyce and others hove been soying ... this letter reod ot follows: "April 13,1971-Merry ZMioff Day Door Mr. ZenoH: Why couldn't you hove tettlod for • pown thp7?r' It wot signed "Adepti Jr." and beneoth H a en* inch tquore heovlly drawn twoetiko. Thofi the ttory of ~ thefs th fliory •! life ... in this nton't amended plat of a portion of the Black Mountain golf and country club • realignment of streets. "Request from Zelda and Donald Tracey, 601 Cameo Circle for review of a sign for a pre-owned clothing store at 1729 No. Boulder Highway. -Architectural review for a Circle K store to be located at Roily Street on Boulder Hihhway. -Reveiw of Pequeen subdivision No. 3 consisting of five lots in section 9. -Review of Ferrando minor subdivision consisting of five lots in section 19. 1 -Final review of map of Vista North Unit 5. -Review of resubdivision map of a portion of block 10. -Request from American Nevada Corp. for a special meeting to review Green Valley business park to be located in section 32. -Review of final map for Royal Oaks subdivision by Collins Bros. Donald Botkin Promoted To P.D. Lieutenant Donald E. Botkin, a veteran Henderson police officer and former sergeant, has been promoted as a lieutenant in the department. Botkin began h4s career with the police department here in Aug. of 1968 when he joined the police reserves. On Jan. 6,1969, he became a regular police officer. Previously he had been working in construction. "1 always wanted to be a policeman," Botkin said, "Because I like to help people." Botkin spent much time preparing himself for his job. He received a degree in criminal justice from UNLV. attended narcotics classes in Long Beach and supervision classes at the national academy. He also received specialized training in police work. At the present time he is in charge of the identification lab, jail administration, evidence, statistics and computer and fixed inventory. He and his wife, Laura, have two sons. Donald letkln Lieutenant AddltloiMl Telephone Linos Planned For Hendei^ Henderson, as well as Stateline, Gardnerville and Minden, have been included for major construction projects in Continental Telephone Company of California's 1978 budget. The estimated cost for Henderson's construction will be $271,272 due to the enormous building construction projects in this area needed to meet customer growth requirements. The project will consist of two large cable jobs, according to Clayton Johnson, manager of the local office. One will be on Major Avenue lead^4A0/k. U? Bulk Captures Zone Swimming Basic High School •wopt both the boys and girls divisions of the pwcond Class AAA Diviirion 11 Zone swimming meet Saturday at Wilflams Pool. The Wolves repeated in the boys division and will challenge Division I champion Reno in the boys division and the Bific girls will challenge top Northern fscbools Reno and Wooster next Saturday at Williams Pool. Basic's boys were defeated early in the season at Reno and the Wolves' girls edged into a dual and went unbeaten in three duals compared to 6-0 for Wooster. Basic outscored surprising Bonanza, 78-73, in the boys division. The Wolves girls easily outswam runnerup Western, 84-17. There were three boys double winners: Bonanza's Mike Gilmore, in the 100 and 200 • yard freestyles and his teammate Don Jennings who won both the 50 n-ee and 100 breaststroke, and Rancho's James Owens who won both the 100 breaststroke and 200 individual medley. Gilmore and Jennings both were members of Bonanza's winning 200 Double • winners in the girls division were Rancho's Geri Bakies (50 and 200 free) and Valley's Bunny Jackson (100 fVee and 200 IM). Basic winners included: Cindy Bower (500 free), Ail-American Carrie Pettey (1:07.3 100 back), and Barbara Phillips (100 breaststroke). Both Basic relay teams won unopposed. medley team. Boseboll Teom Wins One, Loses One The Henderson Boys' Club will sponsor a freestyle wrestling tournament on Saturday, April 22 in the club gymnasium located at 401 Drake Street. There will be competition in the senior division for boys 14-18 years old and a junior division for those 6 to 13 years of age. Weigh-ins will begin at 8 a.m. and wrestling will start at 9:30 a.m. Pargas of Las Vegas has donated the awards for the tournament and the public is invited. Admission will be $1 for adults and 25 cents for children under 12 years of age. Henderson Boys' Club members may attend free. Teams expected to enter are Boulder City, Clark High, Bonanza High, Chaparral High No. 1 and No. 2, Rancho High, Eldorado High, Valley and Western High Schools. For further information call the Boys' Club at 565-6568 or 565-6569. Greyhound Expo Invitotional Tournament to be held ot Block Mountoin Black Mountain Golf and Country Club has again been selected by Dave Jamison, chairman of the board of Greyhound Exposition Services, as the site of his Sixth Annual Greyhound Expo Golf Tournament. The event is scheduled for June 3 and 4 with a western steak fry and party preceding the tournament on Friday evening, June 2. Jamison's guests consist of key convention executives from all major Las Vegas hotels, the Las Vegas Visitors and Convention Authority, and association executives throughout the country. The tournament is limited to 160 players and Saturday's play will get underway at 11 a.m. and Sunday's will begin at noon. Celtics Three Man Basketball Champs Cyntea Purcell Finalist In AFS Program Tuesday. April 18,1978 Municipal Court Report Tu*iy, April 11, 197IOo.m. Madefine Francis Roy, 65, petit larceny, bench warrant issued. James Smith, 32, contempt of court, pleaded guilty, fined $100. Failure to pay fine, ordered to pay previous fine in amt. of$100. Anthony William Waas, 22, bench warrant, fined $100. Speeding 80-45, fined $50. Bench wwrant, fined $100. Speeding 45-35, fined $20. WidnMday, A^I12, 19716 p.m. by Frank S. Word The Basic High School Men's Baseball Team lifted its division record to 3-8 after defeating Gorman on homefield Saturday, 12-5. The Wolves overpowered Gorman from the start, scoring 10 runs in the first three innings. Wolves' Adrian Clark lead Basic with three hits. Pitcher Brian Bainbridge of Basic brought his record to 3-3 with the win over Gorman. Friday the Wolves lost to Rancho 8-3. Lloyd Martin pitched for Basic in that game. The Wolves next game will be against Vo-Tech at Vo-Tech Wednesday. Kenny led the champion Celtics to a 76-73 victory over the tough Falcons who had come out of the losers bracket to challenge for the top spot. The Celtics went through the double elimination tourmanent undefeated. Wesson had high scoring honors for the game with 41 points and team mate Clarence Wade had 17 points. Mike Holladay led the Falcons with 39 points and Tom Rawson scored 25 markers. Cyntea Purcell, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Roy Purcell, has been notified that she is a finalist in the American's Abroad program of the American Field Service. This means that she will be considered for placement with a family in a foreign country from iuBPir CAftPET ILiiwaifg ..And We'U Carpet Connecting Hallway Short very family V. 'I?*,.if • ^?*i''. hag or candy stripe foam back, versatile and long lasting. Ideal for rooms & dens. 1099 Sculptured short shag of 100% nylon. Great color selection. Practical yet elegant. $799 I Luxury combined with utility. Plush, dense nylon pile made to please the most demanding taste. J. ^r sq. yd. now until all placements have been made. Cyntea is a senior at Basic High and very excited about the prospects of spending a year in a foreign country as a member of some family. The A.F.S. is very careful to match student applicants with host applicants so that there will be a minimum of personality adjustments. Whenever a host family application is found that is compatible with Cyntea's application, she will be notified. Should there be a limited number of host families, or if none of those applying seem compatible, then she might not be placed. The Henderson chapter of the A.F.S. is currently raffling an etching at the Youth Fair in the Convention Center to raise money to help offset the cost of Cyntea's ^afta'ti|^iar abtbad.^'WftotCB. everyone to see the etching at our booth at the Fair and buy a ticket," said Dorothy Swackhamer, president of A.F.S. The cost to an American's Abroad student is $2,250 for the year plus air fare to and from New York. Nina Carol Hoskins, 39, disorderly conduct, fmed $25. Jewell Russell Hoskins, 54, disorderly conduct, fined $25. Carole Ann Turner, 24, petit larceny, fined $50. Gary Michael Seller, 23, drive under infi-alc, fined $175. Craig Steven Anderson, 18, contempt of court, fined $100. Fail to pay fine, ordered to pay previous fine of $100. Kenneth Anthony Bearce, 23, bench warrant, fined $100. Anyone Lose A Coin Collection? A coin collection has been recovered by Hen; derson Police who believe it could be someone's coin collection stolen in a burglary. .:Anyone whsican idenli?y it is askeJto contact Stan McNeal at the police department. It contains old pennies, dimes, nickles and quarters in booklets. There is a 100 Chinese Juan and they are in a Maxwell House Coffee Can. [The Canjpet Capital 1304 Las VsgM BM. So. 38541701 ]^ Blocks SoiA of GhnMon OPEN SAM 11 tin MON. THRU SAT OHw Ei|*M 4/n/n •-n: BOULDER HOTEL SOLD The Boulder City Hotel has been purchased by Frank and Ruby Adams of Las Vegas. Ownership of the Boulder City landmark was officially transferred last Wednesday afternoon as former owners Bob and Lois Beaugureau turned the keys over to the Adams. The Beaugureaus were represented in the transaction by Barbar McMahon of United Business Investments. The Adams were represented by Florence Skurski of Andy Skurski Realty. Plans are underway to open the dining room as soon as possible...hopefully within four to six weeks. Meanwhile, the hotel will function as usual with accomodations available by the night, week or month. No major changes are contemplated in the immediate future. Frank and Ruby Adams recently returned from Saudi Arabia where Frank worked for an international oil firm. Although they arc widely traveled ...they've been overseas seven times and around the world once...they consider the Las Vegas area "home." I

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y^ Htmknon Hm Nwt, Hcndwwn, Ntvoda Basic High School Juniors Score at the National Average on the APL Survey For the second year in a row, the junior class at Basic High School scored at the National average in a test recently administered to determine if these young people can function at minimal adult level, according to Principal Frank Brusa. The Adult Performance Level (APL) Survey was given to all juniors in mid-March. The test, administered by the American College Testing program, was divided into content and skill areas. The content area covered things in everyday life that students need to know about. This area was broken into five subareas: 1. Community Resources-the services that supply recreation information, community Hydro Conduit Wins ACPA Safety Aword The .American Concrete Pipe Association presented its annual Safety Award to Hydro Conduit Corporation of Henderson. The Safety Award is Riven to companies in the concrete pipe industry who have completed a full calendaryear with no lost-time injuries in their plants. This accomplishment represents diligence on the part of employees and 'management. The efforts of Hydro Conduit are commended for an effectiveaafety program and the active role'taken by management in the development and maintenance of the program. The American Concrete Pipe Association is an international trade association representing producers of concrete pipe throughout the world. The .Association sponsors research and engineering investigations, publishes technical and promotional literature, and maintains liaison with governmental agencies. • *^ i MS M •* BASIC RTADfMix SERVING HENDERSON & BOULDER CITY Radio Dispatched 7 Days a Week Sat. A Sun. Delivery for Weekday Prices Now Four Tracks! Coll564-11I9i help, and transportation. 2. Occupational Knowledge-finding, getting, working at, and keeping a job. 3. Consumer EconomicsManaging family or personal money and understanding good buying habits. 4. Health-the rules and habits that lead to good mental and physical health. 5. Government and the LCAWThe structure of the Government, the functions of the legal systems, and your rights and obligations under them. "'v The skill arca-s covered the use of numbers and written information in everyday life. These included: 1. Identification of facts and terms-knowing the important words and ideas people use in dealing with the content areas named above. 2. Reading-being able to read such materials as ad booklets, direction, contracts and forms. 3. Writing-knowing how lo write such things as Hotes, letters and applications. 4. Computation-being able to use numbers in daily situations; for example; those involving • ^^oney, weights, measures and calories. 5. Problam solvingknowing how to find solutions to practical problems. Basic juniors scored an average rating in all areas. Out of the students surveyed, 14 percent scored above average on all items, 62 per-cenl were average, and 24 percent were bielow average. The information gathered from this Survey will assist the school in better ealuating its' overall curriculum program, stated Principal Frank Brusa. We've brought you natural gas for over 20 years and vou mav not know our names. Wethought it was high lime to introdure ourselves the folks who've brought you natural gas all these years. We are happy to provide Hen derson with a clean, effifienl energy source for cooking, space and water heating. • We also wanted to tell you lo please rail us with any questions on your current natural gas service or. if you're in the proces.s of remodeling or building, let us help you plan for your future natural gas needs. We have ideas tjDhelp you more efficiently use this valuable natural resource. W. ( AI,IMmNIA-l'AriMd'TIl.ITIBBCo ion Market St HtndCTton, \evjd 8901J 5658941 r.i(.w# V' r,',,j AM). '*''••" 'Iff Htwtf tn'ktrtKr rtilwrntfUtrrvt CUrt, Alll4f- No 272 is sponsori&an Essay Contest on at America Means Me". The contest is n to all students of ^^holder Junior High ^gg^. Contestants may procure information on the contest from their Social Studies teachers. The contest will run from April 17th to May 19th. Afler the close of the contest, the winner will be awarded with a AWM Yord Sale ^^AMerican War Mothers will be holding a yard saleiin Friday, April 21 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the h(dtt of Evelyn Mazrimas located at 3 California Way^and Victory Road. Alhproceeds derived from the American War Mstti0r's sale will go to the Monument Fund. The qSldfment is located in front of City Hall and the tfKl^ican War Mothers were instrumental in getting the monument, dedicated to our local people who hS^e served in the Armed Forces, built. Tlqney is still needed for the purchasing of additiSii name plates and for the upkeep of the monunJH^.' now maintained by several of the local service oi^nizations in Henderson. MOVING • STORAGE local • Sfottwide • WoHdwide YOUNG & RUE MOVING A STORAGE AGENT GLOIAL VAN UNES Total Service CUSTOMER SATISFACTION IS OUR WATCHWORD. We consider your move completed only when you are completely satisfied. Phone 457-3060 $25 Savings Bond. The winner and his or her family will also be invited to attend and participate in the Elks Flag Day Services, held at the Henderson Elks Lodge on June 14th. Parents Without Portners Parents without Partners will meet for a discussion at the home of Georgia Mitchell on Wednesday, April 19 at 8 p.m. at 146 Elm Street. The topic for discussion will be "Are you flexiblf enough for a new relationship?" Any single parent is urged to attend. Custody or age of children is not a factor for membership. The single parent in our society is isolated to some degree. Parents without Partners was created to help prevent this isolation for the parent. It also helps the children find many other friends from single families so they, too, don't feel as isolated. Additional information can be obtained by calling Ms. Mitchell at 565-9171 evenings or 735-8712 any time. "GO WEST YOUNG COUPLE!" Thi advice was taken by Nick and Francine Campo who recently moved to Henderson from New York City in September of 1077. "We travelled like the pioneers," Francine stated, "and it was to find a new life. We found it here! What a relief after the clutter of the big city." The Campo's son, Paul Age 9, attends school and has adjusted to the small town life as well as his parents. Francine is employed at Isabell's Beauty Salon as a cosmetologist. OCTOBER BABY is expected by Deborah and Gene Hunt of Henderson. Grandmother Shirley Weatherman proudly states that she and her husband, James, are more excited about the expectation of a second grandchild than anybody. UTAH BOUND Donna Ennis is leaving Henderson to join her mother, Betty Kelso, in Mt. Pleasant, Utah. Betty owns and operates the Brunger Motel there and Donna will assist her. Mrs. Kelso was a former Hendersonite, also. Donna will miss Henderson but tells us that she does enjoy her new home. Mrs. Enjiis freRTV Serta Queen Size Set Mattress & Box Spring Reg. 249. NOW Serta King Size Set Mattress & Box bprings Rtg. 349. NOW $^ MANY SUPER VALUES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION MASTER CHARGE VISA, 90 DAYS SAME AS CASH, SAVE ABOUT 1 /3 FREE DELIVERY FREE PARKING EASY CHEOIT lbll jrnitiii HOIjiRS *^ |niii)ipi |iii*i)ip riR. BQITAcoLo HOME ENTERTAINMENT CENTER COLOR TV-STEREO AM/FM RA0I0-8-TRACKTAPE CALt TODAY and hv • Mw Color Portabta, Coiv sol* or Home Entertainment eitim ctoHvrd to your hom. S all tho exclt> ing TV showt and sports events in fabulOMS color in your home for only $iaOO for the first week. Hent toimrd Ownership! NO Creditors Ckecked! Can3W^Today 451-6305 Curtit Matties Centers itn L cawisnii 4Mis.asTini (AT MARYLAND PKWY) (AT TROFICANA) 4n-ws Raje' KnkkKnack Shelf Flo Raymond quently entered her Siberian Huskies, and Belgian Tevurens in the Silver State Kennel Club shows here. FROM SANTA ROSA California, Charles and Joe Benner are new additions to the City of Henderson. Charles will serve the new penitentiary in Jean, Nevada as Prison Lieutenant. Jo finds the move to Henderson favorable and preferrable to life in Santa Rosa. The Benners have two children, Henry, and Carol. "THE DOG SHOW WAS GREAT FUN!" • States pretty Barbara Smith (of Henderson) in describing the Silver State Kennel Club Show held at Western High School on April 9th. Barbara attended with her husband. Rex. taking a special interest in the Toy Breeds. The winner of the Best of Toy Breeds was a Maltese CH. Al Dor Cherries Jubilee owned by Don Rogers. The dog was granted a First Place Silver Trophy. Second place sinners was a Silky Terrier. Barbara is taking an avid interest in Dog Shows entering her newly acquired Maltese puppy Chrystal Bell • in a May 6th show in Nevada and a May 7th show in Bakersfield, California. Barbara and Rex are hoping for a prize for little "Chrisie." We'll be rooting for you, Chrisie! Lovely secretary Bonnie Elrich • submits this "not • to • sweet" dessert for the warmer season. fincappit, Honey Bran Loaf 1 large egg-beaten V4 cup honey '''cup melted shortening 1 8-V4 ounce can crushed pineapple 3 tablespoons milk 1 cup whole bran 2-VA cups sifted all purpose flour 3-H teaspoons baking powder I-V4 cups chopped walnuts Combine egg, honey, shortening, undrained pineapple, milk and bran Sift flour with baking powder and salt • stir into first mixture. Fold in walnuts. Turn into greased loaf pan i-M by 4-V4 by 2-H inches. Let stand 15 min. Bake below oven center at 325 degrees (preheated) for 1 hour 20 minutes until loaf is brown and pick inserted in center comes out dry and clean. Remove from oven cool ten min. • turn out on wire rack. Serve with butter whipped with fresh lemon, or orange peel. Delicious with cream cheese spread or whipped topping. Tidbits for Knick-Knack Shelf-Phone Raye-7342390 Tuesday, April 18,1978 FORjCENj) PUYERS ONLY PLAY KENO at YOUR favorite rate of 60^ or 70^ or $1.00 or our speeia! rates of 65^i>r95^ WE HAVE THE FASTEST ACTION nowtrfri if you donl liki our spocil-> play your spocialt WE WILL HONOR ANY SPECIAL TICKET FROM ANY CASINO IN NEVADA WE HAVE YOUR NUMBERS tf 3 out of 3 pays $100" 4 out of 4 pay^ 3500" 5 out of 5 pays 32,300" 6 out of 6 pays 311,000" JttlH VNUI km M mwl Ml|r WE HAVE WIDE OPEN KENO "50,009 KENOEXACTA WE WANT YOUR UNO BUSINESS Jlojial Sm Camo m zmm'm iww wm m

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y^ Htmknon Hm Nwt, Hcndwwn, Ntvoda Basic High School Juniors Score at the National Average on the APL Survey For the second year in a row, the junior class at Basic High School scored at the National average in a test recently administered to determine if these young people can function at minimal adult level, according to Principal Frank Brusa. The Adult Performance Level (APL) Survey was given to all juniors in mid-March. The test, administered by the American College Testing program, was divided into content and skill areas. The content area covered things in everyday life that students need to know about. This area was broken into five subareas: 1. Community Resources-the services that supply recreation information, community Hydro Conduit Wins ACPA Safety Aword The .American Concrete Pipe Association presented its annual Safety Award to Hydro Conduit Corporation of Henderson. The Safety Award is Riven to companies in the concrete pipe industry who have completed a full calendaryear with no lost-time injuries in their plants. This accomplishment represents diligence on the part of employees and 'management. The efforts of Hydro Conduit are commended for an effectiveaafety program and the active role'taken by management in the development and maintenance of the program. The American Concrete Pipe Association is an international trade association representing producers of concrete pipe throughout the world. The .Association sponsors research and engineering investigations, publishes technical and promotional literature, and maintains liaison with governmental agencies. • *^ i MS M •* BASIC RTADfMix SERVING HENDERSON & BOULDER CITY Radio Dispatched 7 Days a Week Sat. A Sun. Delivery for Weekday Prices Now Four Tracks! Coll564-11I9i help, and transportation. 2. Occupational Knowledge-finding, getting, working at, and keeping a job. 3. Consumer EconomicsManaging family or personal money and understanding good buying habits. 4. Health-the rules and habits that lead to good mental and physical health. 5. Government and the LCAWThe structure of the Government, the functions of the legal systems, and your rights and obligations under them. "'v The skill arca-s covered the use of numbers and written information in everyday life. These included: 1. Identification of facts and terms-knowing the important words and ideas people use in dealing with the content areas named above. 2. Reading-being able to read such materials as ad booklets, direction, contracts and forms. 3. Writing-knowing how lo write such things as Hotes, letters and applications. 4. Computation-being able to use numbers in daily situations; for example; those involving • ^^oney, weights, measures and calories. 5. Problam solvingknowing how to find solutions to practical problems. Basic juniors scored an average rating in all areas. Out of the students surveyed, 14 percent scored above average on all items, 62 per-cenl were average, and 24 percent were bielow average. The information gathered from this Survey will assist the school in better ealuating its' overall curriculum program, stated Principal Frank Brusa. We've brought you natural gas for over 20 years and vou mav not know our names. Wethought it was high lime to introdure ourselves the folks who've brought you natural gas all these years. We are happy to provide Hen derson with a clean, effifienl energy source for cooking, space and water heating. • We also wanted to tell you lo please rail us with any questions on your current natural gas service or. if you're in the proces.s of remodeling or building, let us help you plan for your future natural gas needs. We have ideas tjDhelp you more efficiently use this valuable natural resource. W. ( AI,IMmNIA-l'AriMd'TIl.ITIBBCo ion Market St HtndCTton, \evjd 8901J 5658941 r.i(.w# V' r,',,j AM). '*''••" 'Iff Htwtf tn'ktrtKr rtilwrntfUtrrvt CUrt, Alll4f- No 272 is sponsori&an Essay Contest on at America Means Me". The contest is n to all students of ^^holder Junior High ^gg^. Contestants may procure information on the contest from their Social Studies teachers. The contest will run from April 17th to May 19th. Afler the close of the contest, the winner will be awarded with a AWM Yord Sale ^^AMerican War Mothers will be holding a yard saleiin Friday, April 21 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the h(dtt of Evelyn Mazrimas located at 3 California Way^and Victory Road. Alhproceeds derived from the American War Mstti0r's sale will go to the Monument Fund. The qSldfment is located in front of City Hall and the tfKl^ican War Mothers were instrumental in getting the monument, dedicated to our local people who hS^e served in the Armed Forces, built. Tlqney is still needed for the purchasing of additiSii name plates and for the upkeep of the monunJH^.' now maintained by several of the local service oi^nizations in Henderson. MOVING • STORAGE local • Sfottwide • WoHdwide YOUNG & RUE MOVING A STORAGE AGENT GLOIAL VAN UNES Total Service CUSTOMER SATISFACTION IS OUR WATCHWORD. We consider your move completed only when you are completely satisfied. Phone 457-3060 $25 Savings Bond. The winner and his or her family will also be invited to attend and participate in the Elks Flag Day Services, held at the Henderson Elks Lodge on June 14th. Parents Without Portners Parents without Partners will meet for a discussion at the home of Georgia Mitchell on Wednesday, April 19 at 8 p.m. at 146 Elm Street. The topic for discussion will be "Are you flexiblf enough for a new relationship?" Any single parent is urged to attend. Custody or age of children is not a factor for membership. The single parent in our society is isolated to some degree. Parents without Partners was created to help prevent this isolation for the parent. It also helps the children find many other friends from single families so they, too, don't feel as isolated. Additional information can be obtained by calling Ms. Mitchell at 565-9171 evenings or 735-8712 any time. "GO WEST YOUNG COUPLE!" Thi advice was taken by Nick and Francine Campo who recently moved to Henderson from New York City in September of 1077. "We travelled like the pioneers," Francine stated, "and it was to find a new life. We found it here! What a relief after the clutter of the big city." The Campo's son, Paul Age 9, attends school and has adjusted to the small town life as well as his parents. Francine is employed at Isabell's Beauty Salon as a cosmetologist. OCTOBER BABY is expected by Deborah and Gene Hunt of Henderson. Grandmother Shirley Weatherman proudly states that she and her husband, James, are more excited about the expectation of a second grandchild than anybody. UTAH BOUND Donna Ennis is leaving Henderson to join her mother, Betty Kelso, in Mt. Pleasant, Utah. Betty owns and operates the Brunger Motel there and Donna will assist her. Mrs. Kelso was a former Hendersonite, also. Donna will miss Henderson but tells us that she does enjoy her new home. Mrs. Enjiis freRTV Serta Queen Size Set Mattress & Box Spring Reg. 249. NOW Serta King Size Set Mattress & Box bprings Rtg. 349. NOW $^ MANY SUPER VALUES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION MASTER CHARGE VISA, 90 DAYS SAME AS CASH, SAVE ABOUT 1 /3 FREE DELIVERY FREE PARKING EASY CHEOIT lbll jrnitiii HOIjiRS *^ |niii)ipi |iii*i)ip riR. BQITAcoLo HOME ENTERTAINMENT CENTER COLOR TV-STEREO AM/FM RA0I0-8-TRACKTAPE CALt TODAY and hv • Mw Color Portabta, Coiv sol* or Home Entertainment eitim ctoHvrd to your hom. S all tho exclt> ing TV showt and sports events in fabulOMS color in your home for only $iaOO for the first week. Hent toimrd Ownership! NO Creditors Ckecked! Can3W^Today 451-6305 Curtit Matties Centers itn L cawisnii 4Mis.asTini (AT MARYLAND PKWY) (AT TROFICANA) 4n-ws Raje' KnkkKnack Shelf Flo Raymond quently entered her Siberian Huskies, and Belgian Tevurens in the Silver State Kennel Club shows here. FROM SANTA ROSA California, Charles and Joe Benner are new additions to the City of Henderson. Charles will serve the new penitentiary in Jean, Nevada as Prison Lieutenant. Jo finds the move to Henderson favorable and preferrable to life in Santa Rosa. The Benners have two children, Henry, and Carol. "THE DOG SHOW WAS GREAT FUN!" • States pretty Barbara Smith (of Henderson) in describing the Silver State Kennel Club Show held at Western High School on April 9th. Barbara attended with her husband. Rex. taking a special interest in the Toy Breeds. The winner of the Best of Toy Breeds was a Maltese CH. Al Dor Cherries Jubilee owned by Don Rogers. The dog was granted a First Place Silver Trophy. Second place sinners was a Silky Terrier. Barbara is taking an avid interest in Dog Shows entering her newly acquired Maltese puppy Chrystal Bell • in a May 6th show in Nevada and a May 7th show in Bakersfield, California. Barbara and Rex are hoping for a prize for little "Chrisie." We'll be rooting for you, Chrisie! Lovely secretary Bonnie Elrich • submits this "not • to • sweet" dessert for the warmer season. fincappit, Honey Bran Loaf 1 large egg-beaten V4 cup honey '''cup melted shortening 1 8-V4 ounce can crushed pineapple 3 tablespoons milk 1 cup whole bran 2-VA cups sifted all purpose flour 3-H teaspoons baking powder I-V4 cups chopped walnuts Combine egg, honey, shortening, undrained pineapple, milk and bran Sift flour with baking powder and salt • stir into first mixture. Fold in walnuts. Turn into greased loaf pan i-M by 4-V4 by 2-H inches. Let stand 15 min. Bake below oven center at 325 degrees (preheated) for 1 hour 20 minutes until loaf is brown and pick inserted in center comes out dry and clean. Remove from oven cool ten min. • turn out on wire rack. Serve with butter whipped with fresh lemon, or orange peel. Delicious with cream cheese spread or whipped topping. Tidbits for Knick-Knack Shelf-Phone Raye-7342390 Tuesday, April 18,1978 FORjCENj) PUYERS ONLY PLAY KENO at YOUR favorite rate of 60^ or 70^ or $1.00 or our speeia! rates of 65^i>r95^ WE HAVE THE FASTEST ACTION nowtrfri if you donl liki our spocil-> play your spocialt WE WILL HONOR ANY SPECIAL TICKET FROM ANY CASINO IN NEVADA WE HAVE YOUR NUMBERS tf 3 out of 3 pays $100" 4 out of 4 pay^ 3500" 5 out of 5 pays 32,300" 6 out of 6 pays 311,000" JttlH VNUI km M mwl Ml|r WE HAVE WIDE OPEN KENO "50,009 KENOEXACTA WE WANT YOUR UNO BUSINESS Jlojial Sm Camo m zmm'm iww wm m

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• ^cvtfvifnrT Hf mitrsen Horn* Ntwi, HtrulcrMn, Ntvado Tuesday, April 18,1978 r OBITUARIES 1 Pogt 6 Williom Henry Willioms Bobby Leon Durnen Housing Group To Elect Officers HAS YOUK INSURANa Kirr PAa WITH THE INCREASED VALUE OF YOUR HOME? ^t^tftf elM and ^ lw tl yotir Ken* •Iry^iigt). Don't b (OugM wM yoiMf' ^y't iMaranc* ol todoy'i raplocantM con. For conplttt €ovtri|, call s at Kaerclitr KAERCHER ^Zi WSURAl^CE 1 725 So. 8th* 384-2813 William Henry Williams, 52, passed away AprillSinLasVegas.He was a four year resident of the area*%nd resided at 89 Constitution Avenue. Mr Williams was born September 8, 1925 in New Haven, Connecticut. He was a retired security guard and an Army veteran of World War II. He is survived by his wife, Mary of Henderson; son, John E. Williams of Las Vegas; a daughter, Kathy Williams of Henderson; a sister, Dorothy Carney of West Haven, Conn, and two grandchildren. Services will be held today, April 18 at 2 p.m. at Palm Chapel. Interment will follow at Palm Memorial Park. Bobby Leon Durnen, 13, died April 14 in Las, Vegas. He was a student in a local school and had resided in the area for the past seven years. Bobby was born March 10, 1965 in Pontiac, Michigan. Survivors are his mother, Doris Correia of the home address at 222 Elm Street; stepfather, Dan Correia of Henderson; father, Keith Durnen; brothers, Darrell Goff of Pontiac, Johnny Ray Durnen and Keith W. Durnen of Henderson; a sister, Lillian I. Durnen of Henderson; grandmothers, Ora Williams of Marm^^uke, Arkansas and Lillian Durnen of Las Vegas. Services will be held today,Aprill8atlla.m. at Palm Chapel. Interment will follow at Palm Memorial Park. The election of a chairman and vice chairman for one-year terms beginning April 19 will be conducted at a meeting of the Housing Authority of Clark County at a meeting Wed. at 7:30 p.m. at the Board Room in the Administration Building on East Flamingo. Items of the agenda pertaining to HendeMon projects include the possibility of approval of modernization money for Landsman Gardens and an appointment or a half-time rental clerk It Espinoza Terrace. It was also brought ocd that two terms of coiffmissioners expire on June 30 of this year. Thay are Bob Hampton and SchafTer. HOME OF THE WEEK THE HOME OF PHIL AND SANDY DeULLO Call Us If LlouRent Q House. Protect Your Clothes, Furniture & Other Personal Belongings With a Low Cost Policy. Let Us Give You All the Details Kaercher Agency 384-2813 725 S. 8th St. Phil and Sandy DeLillo are representative 6f the young breed of Hendersonites who take an active part in the improvement, decor, expansion, and application of individual talents into the home. The accent is on "graceful living" and this couple knows where it is at! The Home is a custom built ranch style located in western Henderson. A half • moon driveway leads to the front door with a front lawn neat and adorned with colorful flowers brought from Ohio by Phil's and Sandy's mothers. This is the couple's third home and they found this little "paradise" while in search for larger quarters occupying the home in July of 1975. A block wall surrounds the house. Once inside the visitor is in for a most pleasant surprise. A large living room is resplendent in Spanish decor. In fact the entire home compliments the Mediterranean, Spanish, Early American and Greco Roman in decor with a few prize and woricable antiques collected by the DeLillos. The couple's warm and friendly attitude is reflected in their choice of furnishings, wail coverings, and color with a deep orange red leading the theme. "We enjoy change," Phil states, "and you will notice that each room favors a difference decor but the nEEigys TEN TOP TICKETS WIN GREAT PiiZES The 10 highest paid Keno Tickal during the Celebration will win prizes listad biow 1978 MuSUnfl 1978 P"^'0 J1 000 00 Bound t"P "^J*" JSOO 00 — BONUS PRIZES rr.::::rX'^''""' ?;^i..-"'tK'"'*i. — Celebration starts t? 01 A M on Monday Marcn 20tn through Saturday April 22 at tne I win '. 0*1 u S400 00 ColoiTV t3OO0O $20000 pi9l*>n W Vvmntown EL CORTEZ MOTEL & CASINO M Vt9M, Nvad • 6th I Frtmont SANDY AND PHIl enjoy vtrsofility in decort furniture and walls blend into a decorative harmony!" And Phil was right somehow all of the various decor accents fit in together like a finely knit jigsaw puzzle. Phil takes honors for the beautiful wall work with panelling, wallpapering, painting, Marlite panelling with veined mirrors • togetherVith installation of a quaint fireplace presented to Sandy by the Dunes Hotel where she serves as Assistant Executive Housekeeper The dining room includes a large extension table, chairs, arid China cabinet. Wrought iron lamps and other pieces together with hanging plants are seen throughout the home. A crystal chandelier bangs in the dining room. Kitchen is large including a breakfast bar. The rest of the home includes, three bedrooms, a den, screened in patio and game room, and two full baths. Ample closet space and a two car garage is another convenience the DeLillos enjoy. Sandy and Phil are proud of their many antiques. The den room houses most of the collection with items as pedal operated Singer Sewing Machine which belonged to Phil's Great Grandmother; a hall seat boot box with mirror, hat rack, and umbrella stand. Two Irish bats one a "top • o' • the mornin'" Derby once owned by Sandy's uncle silently hangs on the hallseat unit while a workable old fashioned victrola stands in the corner. on a hill affording the exceptional landscape. The yard offers some more of the couple's individuality with a darling gazebo and a little white bridge surrounded by a flower bed. Sandy added, ';The fourth of July we see the fireworks from all over the area. Really spectacular!" The couple hdd formed a terrace effect in their back yard landscaping which took a tremendous amount of work. Phil and Sandy share their home with their children; Phil Age 17; Shelley Age 15, and Chris Age 9. Two dogs, "Sherrie" and "Mr.' Banjo" join in on the family fun. The master bedroom is < definitely Roman < Greco with Italian ac' cented furniture and Phil's special wallpaper of the statues of Rome in the adjoining bath. One can sum the DeLillo Home up in this way Should you wish to travel from Spain to Italy to Early America; step this way into the next room if you please! DRYCUAN Onw! I • bryclean Often00 IT! Your I clothes will look better and-list longer. And, ^ 'you'll feel f 'letter, i-/ tool Sanitone* Home of Phil and Sandy DtLillo "This was presented to us by a very dear old friend," Sandy mentioned. A school clock ticks on the side wall reminding one of days gone by. "I want you to see the view from our back yard." Phil pointed out. Once outside one can see a panorama of the entire Henderson Las Vegas area for miles. "In the evening the lights from Las Vegas is a most fascinating sight," Phil added. Every type of view of the Western mountains can be had from the DeLillo home which is strategically set FOUR SEASONS' CLEANERS (SS YEARS EXPERIENCE 565-6541 101 ATUNTIC HENDERSON Former Residents Visiting Helen and Bob Ward, long time residents of Henderson, were here recently from Twin Falls, Idaho visiting with daughters and ion. Ward did a lot of stripper fishing with hit son>inlawJimGoffandPaul Thompson, and son, KennyJVard, and in bis spare time did income tax while Mrs. Ward played bingo with her daughters. Later Roberta Goff and Beverly Thompson with children went to Idaho to visit the Wards for Easter vacation. It was reported that fun was had by all. NOTICE The City of Henderson will be conducting Public Hearings on the Programming of Funds through the Department of Housing & Urban Developments' Small Cities Program. The Public Hearing will address amount of Funds available, the purposes for which the Funds may be used and the procedures and requirements for application and performance. The Schedule for the hearings is as follows: April 20,1978, Public DiKuuion Mtcting, 7:30 p.m., Pittman Womtn's Club. April 25, 1978, City Council Public Hooring, 7:30 p.m., Pittmon Womn't Club. Moy 8. 1978, City Council Mating, 7:00 p.m., City Hall, 243 Wator StrMt Citizens and interested parties are urged to attend and participate by expressing views and submitting proposals for the development of the Small Cities Program Application. Project priorities will be established by City Council following the May 8, 1978, Public Meeting. Aprilia, 18,20, 1978 ^, Menderion HMTM News, Htndenon, Nevada Boulder City 31ers Elect Officers Th 193rer club selected new officers for 1978. To hove boan active in keeping the Sl'er club alive. th right, Teddy Ftnton, president, Curly Francis, Curly and Lucille In several offices including president ••crttary, and Lucille Burt, vice-president. All thnM and secretary more than once and Teddy in publicity. FROM THE CRIME PREVENTION UNIT HENDERSON POLKE DEPARTMENT Safety Tips For Senior Citizens Officer Rebift UMsey In a continuing effort to better serve all of the people in the community, the Henderson Police Department is offering ten "Safety Tips for Senior Citizens." 1 Never talce short cuts through back yards, alleys or behind stores. 2 • Never venture out alone if possible, especially after darlc. AsIc a friend to go with you. 3 Never carry large amounts of cash with you. Thieves watch for ladies who carry large sums of money and pay cash for items at stores. Checking accounts are much safer. Be careful with credit cards and report their loss immediately. 4 If attacked scream loudly. It is your best defense! 5 Never resist a p'lirse snatcher. He is stronger than you are and you increase your chances of injury. 6 Become a part of Operation Home Alert. Letyour neighbors know whan you will be away or aloM, or when you are ill. Report to the Police any suspicious characters prowling around the neighborhood. Remember what they look like, what they are wearing and take down tlie license tag numbers of the car, if they are driving one. Also start calling committee to check in with each other every morning to make sure all is well. If you have reason to believe a neighbor may be ill or in trouble, call the Police, and don't try to investigate yourself. 7-Carry an extra dime for a pay phone in some place other than your purse, should you need it to call for help. (Also remember if you need the Police in an emergency, Jiist dial 911 on any phone line connected with Continental Telephone Company. All other lines connected with Central Telephone Company will have to dial the regular police number, 565-8933 or dial "0" for Operator). 8-Carry some identification noting special medical problems, if any, in a place other than your purse. Identification tags or bracelets are Jivailable. 9..Keep all valuables in a safe place such as a safety deposit box in a bank. Never leave jewelry, your purse, wallet, or similar items in open view in your home. 10 Appliances such as televisions, radios, etc. can be engraved with your Social SecUtltV number or other marks of identification. (For further information concerning the engraving tool needed for this, contact the Crime Prevention Unit, .Monday, Thursday or Friday, 8 a.m.to5p.m.,orcaI15658933, Ext. 27. If at any time, the Henderson Police Department can be of any assistance, please contact us. Basic Loses Hrst Gwin Richards fired a one underpar 35 Thursday afternoon to lead Western High School to a 201 206 victory over previously undefeated Basic in a key Class AAA Division II boys golf match at the windswept Las Vegas Municipal Golf Course. In other Thursday matches. Valley edged Clark 201 205 at Tropicana Country Club; Chaparral took a forfeit victory over Vo Tech at Paradise Valley Country Club, and Rancho thumped Eldorado 228 2S2 at Winterwood Golf Course. Western's victory gave it a share of the Sunrise Division lead with Basic at 5-1. The Warriors are 9-3 overall and Basic 11-1. Russ Sloan shot a respectable two over par 38 for Basic, but the rest of the Wolves had their problems with the 20 and 30-mile per hour winds. Daryl Potter came in at 40, Skip Tabar and Tom Smith each shot 42, and Ed Thurow, a consistent sub-40 scorer, soared to 44. Western meanwhile, got consistent scoring from Lee Anderson, Craig Thompson and Brad Stewart who all shot 41 and Jerry Belt who had 43 to go with Richards' 35. Valley's Mark Dutt, a mid-30's shooter, had one of his worst rounds of the season with a 43, but reammate Larry Curtis had one of his best efforts with a two • over • par 37 which helped the Vikings take their four stroke win over Clark. Mike Schindler also broke 40 with a 38 for Valley which moved into sole possession of first place in the Sunset Division at 5-1. John Armstrong shot 38 and David Showers 39 for Clark which fell into a second place tie with Chaparral at 4-2 in the Sunset. Chaparral was awarded a victory over Vo-Tech when the Roadrunners once again did not have the necessary five golfers for the match. Scott Thompson, Greg Chambers, Bill Metcalfe and Danny Colleran each had 42 and Saul Sellinger 43 for Chaparral while John Brandise shot 49 to lead Vo-Tech. Rick Garcia had 43 and Mike Kotowski 44 at Rancho whipped Eldorado. Jerry Pruitt had 43 to lead Eldorado. Junior High Students Present Two One-Act Ploys The Speech and Drama Class of Burkholder Junior High School will present two one-act plays on the evenings of April 19 and aO at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Doris M. Reed, drama teacher, will direct the student actors in a mystery, "Chers Special," and a western comedy, "The Cleanest Town in the West" Starring in both plays will be Darren Linginfelter. In "CbePs Special" he portrays a • wild-eyed French chef and in "Cleanest Town" he plays the part of Wildcat Saddlesore, the clumsy sherifTs deputy. The sheriff will be convincingly played by Paul Jeffrey, Delilah Allure, played by Susan Van Luevtn, lives up to her name. Laurie Sendlein plays a demure general clerk in the town of Red Gulch. The rest of the cast for this play includes David Morgan, John Innes, Janae Adams, Russell Garland and Rhett Vertrees. Other "Chefs Special" actors include Jeff Boscarino, as a small time crook, Chris Croft, Dianne DiCiacco, Tammy Spradlin, Laura Martinet. Boyd Elanchard, Tina Wilcock, Shirley Ostrom and Laurel Glenn. Performances will be held at Burkholder Jr. High School's gymnasium. Admission is SO cents for students and |1 for adults. Tickets may be purchased in advance fh)m Speech and Drama students, or at the gym box office the nights of the performances lesday, April 18,1978 ^^?^ You can save money at well as energy when you follow the suggestions in a new booklet, "Energy and Your Home," edited by famed science writer Isaac Asimov. It's available free from York Heating and Air Conditioning, Dept. 14, PO. Box 1592, York, Pa. 17405. LEGAL NOTICE Nona Of IMUC MAMNO NOnCI li MIHY VW IW rtw fW Ring CnmtMiwi •< Aa Oty •< Htn^MWi wtH M4 o fvUk hMrini In Itw nmln, OIIIWIMIW Owmten, City HaH Amwi, Ml IM4 ttTMl, MM^MOT. 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May 1. 1*^ OfflOAt NOTKI TO CONTtACTOtJ W>M bWi. wHad (• riia canJMam caMaiaa4 In riM Cantiact B ai w nwnti ttwtmf rita naaw an4 aMmi it riw b will b* *ft*4 anJ >**4 al*w4 ^vKIWy at i IK* r*IM-d*man4W in iK* CampMm. Suit hr Divaiw. lOtfTTA lOWMAN, OaHiWCawft ly DOIOIAM OOrVM Oapuly CUrk WSTMCT COUIT SIAl DATI^ Apr. H, 1*71 H Aft. II, IS, May 1, t, 11. 1171 IN TM HONTN jUMOAi Mtrmo coun Of TM STAn Of NIVADA IN ANO fO TM COUNTY Of CLAIK CaiaN*. 0IM1 NUO Apr. 10 10:1* AMTI lOMTTA lOWMAN.'OlM IV JANi MOTH In ^KA wowe^f Ov fntt tw^w^# #e pe#wi# ^e OOVANNA MAIM fOlO )* OOVANNA MAMMNU. NOTKI NOTICI IS MHIT OIVIN iKat OOVANNA MAM K>n bat NM K*r ,tMtd fatilian IIK rillt Cawrl Ml IK* IOtK4ay*l April, If7l, pnyiap Im m> Orriar •* Caut ibanfinf bar nom* lrm OOVANNA MAin KMO •• GOVANNA MAttl X)NH; iKat BII *ll04.ananaarllteCl pill il W* MM4tt*,M|MMbY aMlrinanypnMitMvriiM*okpKaMay IMRTA MVMAN, OKTaCT OOMT iM BAIl Mai* tt. Iff* M.%..ll.llU.Mmt.l nw "Haaltb SyalanH flan far Clari CMmt^* Slid llu "AfWHtfll Im^wvMAtaf^Mi flail, I7l-lf7r a aaaliabU tm raadWISIIY AUAN AOKMS CWri 1 rita Cawri arilKln *0 dayt aNar iK* Hifi pwbli ta llan al iWt naifca Oatad A^ S, A.O., It7l ( • ) JamM M. liilar JAMISM MMII IIANKUN, ilXUi I OAMUS, Chid. • Ailamay Iar iKa liiata NApr 13, 11,10, 1171 IN TM MOMTM JUOKUl MSTIKT COUIT Of TM HATt Of NIVADA IN AND K> TM COUNn Of CIAIK aMNO AI7IIM mi *tor II, 1:0* fM-71 lOMHA lOWMAN CUM iriOMUAMYHS b< iba bMlar al IIM IMMIan al fA TTM ANN MANN, nalwral matbar and pwardian ad IHamal CMMSTOfMI lAT NOITON, a minar, far a Cbartfa al Nama. AMMMO NOTKI NOTKI IS MMIY OIVIN iKai a MaraK )l, 1*71. fArrn ANN MANN, Wad in tba lipbtK Jwdiciol Oittfict Cauti tt Ha tiara tl Naoada. m mn4 Iar Iba C awnly 9I Clark, Qn Amandad falilian Iar Cbanp* al Nam* IWr bar minw iblld. CMMSTOfMI lAT NO*. TON. aakinp riMi lb* nam* *l Mid (MM ba cbanpad I* lANOY CAtlTON MANN (t) Mwrial 0 Ownd MUMHO OUNO Mil. 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• ^cvtfvifnrT Hf mitrsen Horn* Ntwi, HtrulcrMn, Ntvado Tuesday, April 18,1978 r OBITUARIES 1 Pogt 6 Williom Henry Willioms Bobby Leon Durnen Housing Group To Elect Officers HAS YOUK INSURANa Kirr PAa WITH THE INCREASED VALUE OF YOUR HOME? ^t^tftf elM and ^ lw tl yotir Ken* •Iry^iigt). Don't b (OugM wM yoiMf' ^y't iMaranc* ol todoy'i raplocantM con. For conplttt €ovtri|, call s at Kaerclitr KAERCHER ^Zi WSURAl^CE 1 725 So. 8th* 384-2813 William Henry Williams, 52, passed away AprillSinLasVegas.He was a four year resident of the area*%nd resided at 89 Constitution Avenue. Mr Williams was born September 8, 1925 in New Haven, Connecticut. He was a retired security guard and an Army veteran of World War II. He is survived by his wife, Mary of Henderson; son, John E. Williams of Las Vegas; a daughter, Kathy Williams of Henderson; a sister, Dorothy Carney of West Haven, Conn, and two grandchildren. Services will be held today, April 18 at 2 p.m. at Palm Chapel. Interment will follow at Palm Memorial Park. Bobby Leon Durnen, 13, died April 14 in Las, Vegas. He was a student in a local school and had resided in the area for the past seven years. Bobby was born March 10, 1965 in Pontiac, Michigan. Survivors are his mother, Doris Correia of the home address at 222 Elm Street; stepfather, Dan Correia of Henderson; father, Keith Durnen; brothers, Darrell Goff of Pontiac, Johnny Ray Durnen and Keith W. Durnen of Henderson; a sister, Lillian I. Durnen of Henderson; grandmothers, Ora Williams of Marm^^uke, Arkansas and Lillian Durnen of Las Vegas. Services will be held today,Aprill8atlla.m. at Palm Chapel. Interment will follow at Palm Memorial Park. The election of a chairman and vice chairman for one-year terms beginning April 19 will be conducted at a meeting of the Housing Authority of Clark County at a meeting Wed. at 7:30 p.m. at the Board Room in the Administration Building on East Flamingo. Items of the agenda pertaining to HendeMon projects include the possibility of approval of modernization money for Landsman Gardens and an appointment or a half-time rental clerk It Espinoza Terrace. It was also brought ocd that two terms of coiffmissioners expire on June 30 of this year. Thay are Bob Hampton and SchafTer. HOME OF THE WEEK THE HOME OF PHIL AND SANDY DeULLO Call Us If LlouRent Q House. Protect Your Clothes, Furniture & Other Personal Belongings With a Low Cost Policy. Let Us Give You All the Details Kaercher Agency 384-2813 725 S. 8th St. Phil and Sandy DeLillo are representative 6f the young breed of Hendersonites who take an active part in the improvement, decor, expansion, and application of individual talents into the home. The accent is on "graceful living" and this couple knows where it is at! The Home is a custom built ranch style located in western Henderson. A half • moon driveway leads to the front door with a front lawn neat and adorned with colorful flowers brought from Ohio by Phil's and Sandy's mothers. This is the couple's third home and they found this little "paradise" while in search for larger quarters occupying the home in July of 1975. A block wall surrounds the house. Once inside the visitor is in for a most pleasant surprise. A large living room is resplendent in Spanish decor. In fact the entire home compliments the Mediterranean, Spanish, Early American and Greco Roman in decor with a few prize and woricable antiques collected by the DeLillos. The couple's warm and friendly attitude is reflected in their choice of furnishings, wail coverings, and color with a deep orange red leading the theme. "We enjoy change," Phil states, "and you will notice that each room favors a difference decor but the nEEigys TEN TOP TICKETS WIN GREAT PiiZES The 10 highest paid Keno Tickal during the Celebration will win prizes listad biow 1978 MuSUnfl 1978 P"^'0 J1 000 00 Bound t"P "^J*" JSOO 00 — BONUS PRIZES rr.::::rX'^''""' ?;^i..-"'tK'"'*i. — Celebration starts t? 01 A M on Monday Marcn 20tn through Saturday April 22 at tne I win '. 0*1 u S400 00 ColoiTV t3OO0O $20000 pi9l*>n W Vvmntown EL CORTEZ MOTEL & CASINO M Vt9M, Nvad • 6th I Frtmont SANDY AND PHIl enjoy vtrsofility in decort furniture and walls blend into a decorative harmony!" And Phil was right somehow all of the various decor accents fit in together like a finely knit jigsaw puzzle. Phil takes honors for the beautiful wall work with panelling, wallpapering, painting, Marlite panelling with veined mirrors • togetherVith installation of a quaint fireplace presented to Sandy by the Dunes Hotel where she serves as Assistant Executive Housekeeper The dining room includes a large extension table, chairs, arid China cabinet. Wrought iron lamps and other pieces together with hanging plants are seen throughout the home. A crystal chandelier bangs in the dining room. Kitchen is large including a breakfast bar. The rest of the home includes, three bedrooms, a den, screened in patio and game room, and two full baths. Ample closet space and a two car garage is another convenience the DeLillos enjoy. Sandy and Phil are proud of their many antiques. The den room houses most of the collection with items as pedal operated Singer Sewing Machine which belonged to Phil's Great Grandmother; a hall seat boot box with mirror, hat rack, and umbrella stand. Two Irish bats one a "top • o' • the mornin'" Derby once owned by Sandy's uncle silently hangs on the hallseat unit while a workable old fashioned victrola stands in the corner. on a hill affording the exceptional landscape. The yard offers some more of the couple's individuality with a darling gazebo and a little white bridge surrounded by a flower bed. Sandy added, ';The fourth of July we see the fireworks from all over the area. Really spectacular!" The couple hdd formed a terrace effect in their back yard landscaping which took a tremendous amount of work. Phil and Sandy share their home with their children; Phil Age 17; Shelley Age 15, and Chris Age 9. Two dogs, "Sherrie" and "Mr.' Banjo" join in on the family fun. The master bedroom is < definitely Roman < Greco with Italian ac' cented furniture and Phil's special wallpaper of the statues of Rome in the adjoining bath. One can sum the DeLillo Home up in this way Should you wish to travel from Spain to Italy to Early America; step this way into the next room if you please! DRYCUAN Onw! I • bryclean Often00 IT! Your I clothes will look better and-list longer. And, ^ 'you'll feel f 'letter, i-/ tool Sanitone* Home of Phil and Sandy DtLillo "This was presented to us by a very dear old friend," Sandy mentioned. A school clock ticks on the side wall reminding one of days gone by. "I want you to see the view from our back yard." Phil pointed out. Once outside one can see a panorama of the entire Henderson Las Vegas area for miles. "In the evening the lights from Las Vegas is a most fascinating sight," Phil added. Every type of view of the Western mountains can be had from the DeLillo home which is strategically set FOUR SEASONS' CLEANERS (SS YEARS EXPERIENCE 565-6541 101 ATUNTIC HENDERSON Former Residents Visiting Helen and Bob Ward, long time residents of Henderson, were here recently from Twin Falls, Idaho visiting with daughters and ion. Ward did a lot of stripper fishing with hit son>inlawJimGoffandPaul Thompson, and son, KennyJVard, and in bis spare time did income tax while Mrs. Ward played bingo with her daughters. Later Roberta Goff and Beverly Thompson with children went to Idaho to visit the Wards for Easter vacation. It was reported that fun was had by all. NOTICE The City of Henderson will be conducting Public Hearings on the Programming of Funds through the Department of Housing & Urban Developments' Small Cities Program. The Public Hearing will address amount of Funds available, the purposes for which the Funds may be used and the procedures and requirements for application and performance. The Schedule for the hearings is as follows: April 20,1978, Public DiKuuion Mtcting, 7:30 p.m., Pittman Womtn's Club. April 25, 1978, City Council Public Hooring, 7:30 p.m., Pittmon Womn't Club. Moy 8. 1978, City Council Mating, 7:00 p.m., City Hall, 243 Wator StrMt Citizens and interested parties are urged to attend and participate by expressing views and submitting proposals for the development of the Small Cities Program Application. Project priorities will be established by City Council following the May 8, 1978, Public Meeting. Aprilia, 18,20, 1978 ^, Menderion HMTM News, Htndenon, Nevada Boulder City 31ers Elect Officers Th 193rer club selected new officers for 1978. To hove boan active in keeping the Sl'er club alive. th right, Teddy Ftnton, president, Curly Francis, Curly and Lucille In several offices including president ••crttary, and Lucille Burt, vice-president. All thnM and secretary more than once and Teddy in publicity. FROM THE CRIME PREVENTION UNIT HENDERSON POLKE DEPARTMENT Safety Tips For Senior Citizens Officer Rebift UMsey In a continuing effort to better serve all of the people in the community, the Henderson Police Department is offering ten "Safety Tips for Senior Citizens." 1 Never talce short cuts through back yards, alleys or behind stores. 2 • Never venture out alone if possible, especially after darlc. AsIc a friend to go with you. 3 Never carry large amounts of cash with you. Thieves watch for ladies who carry large sums of money and pay cash for items at stores. Checking accounts are much safer. Be careful with credit cards and report their loss immediately. 4 If attacked scream loudly. It is your best defense! 5 Never resist a p'lirse snatcher. He is stronger than you are and you increase your chances of injury. 6 Become a part of Operation Home Alert. Letyour neighbors know whan you will be away or aloM, or when you are ill. Report to the Police any suspicious characters prowling around the neighborhood. Remember what they look like, what they are wearing and take down tlie license tag numbers of the car, if they are driving one. Also start calling committee to check in with each other every morning to make sure all is well. If you have reason to believe a neighbor may be ill or in trouble, call the Police, and don't try to investigate yourself. 7-Carry an extra dime for a pay phone in some place other than your purse, should you need it to call for help. (Also remember if you need the Police in an emergency, Jiist dial 911 on any phone line connected with Continental Telephone Company. All other lines connected with Central Telephone Company will have to dial the regular police number, 565-8933 or dial "0" for Operator). 8-Carry some identification noting special medical problems, if any, in a place other than your purse. Identification tags or bracelets are Jivailable. 9..Keep all valuables in a safe place such as a safety deposit box in a bank. Never leave jewelry, your purse, wallet, or similar items in open view in your home. 10 Appliances such as televisions, radios, etc. can be engraved with your Social SecUtltV number or other marks of identification. (For further information concerning the engraving tool needed for this, contact the Crime Prevention Unit, .Monday, Thursday or Friday, 8 a.m.to5p.m.,orcaI15658933, Ext. 27. If at any time, the Henderson Police Department can be of any assistance, please contact us. Basic Loses Hrst Gwin Richards fired a one underpar 35 Thursday afternoon to lead Western High School to a 201 206 victory over previously undefeated Basic in a key Class AAA Division II boys golf match at the windswept Las Vegas Municipal Golf Course. In other Thursday matches. Valley edged Clark 201 205 at Tropicana Country Club; Chaparral took a forfeit victory over Vo Tech at Paradise Valley Country Club, and Rancho thumped Eldorado 228 2S2 at Winterwood Golf Course. Western's victory gave it a share of the Sunrise Division lead with Basic at 5-1. The Warriors are 9-3 overall and Basic 11-1. Russ Sloan shot a respectable two over par 38 for Basic, but the rest of the Wolves had their problems with the 20 and 30-mile per hour winds. Daryl Potter came in at 40, Skip Tabar and Tom Smith each shot 42, and Ed Thurow, a consistent sub-40 scorer, soared to 44. Western meanwhile, got consistent scoring from Lee Anderson, Craig Thompson and Brad Stewart who all shot 41 and Jerry Belt who had 43 to go with Richards' 35. Valley's Mark Dutt, a mid-30's shooter, had one of his worst rounds of the season with a 43, but reammate Larry Curtis had one of his best efforts with a two • over • par 37 which helped the Vikings take their four stroke win over Clark. Mike Schindler also broke 40 with a 38 for Valley which moved into sole possession of first place in the Sunset Division at 5-1. John Armstrong shot 38 and David Showers 39 for Clark which fell into a second place tie with Chaparral at 4-2 in the Sunset. Chaparral was awarded a victory over Vo-Tech when the Roadrunners once again did not have the necessary five golfers for the match. Scott Thompson, Greg Chambers, Bill Metcalfe and Danny Colleran each had 42 and Saul Sellinger 43 for Chaparral while John Brandise shot 49 to lead Vo-Tech. Rick Garcia had 43 and Mike Kotowski 44 at Rancho whipped Eldorado. Jerry Pruitt had 43 to lead Eldorado. Junior High Students Present Two One-Act Ploys The Speech and Drama Class of Burkholder Junior High School will present two one-act plays on the evenings of April 19 and aO at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Doris M. Reed, drama teacher, will direct the student actors in a mystery, "Chers Special," and a western comedy, "The Cleanest Town in the West" Starring in both plays will be Darren Linginfelter. In "CbePs Special" he portrays a • wild-eyed French chef and in "Cleanest Town" he plays the part of Wildcat Saddlesore, the clumsy sherifTs deputy. The sheriff will be convincingly played by Paul Jeffrey, Delilah Allure, played by Susan Van Luevtn, lives up to her name. Laurie Sendlein plays a demure general clerk in the town of Red Gulch. The rest of the cast for this play includes David Morgan, John Innes, Janae Adams, Russell Garland and Rhett Vertrees. Other "Chefs Special" actors include Jeff Boscarino, as a small time crook, Chris Croft, Dianne DiCiacco, Tammy Spradlin, Laura Martinet. Boyd Elanchard, Tina Wilcock, Shirley Ostrom and Laurel Glenn. Performances will be held at Burkholder Jr. High School's gymnasium. Admission is SO cents for students and |1 for adults. Tickets may be purchased in advance fh)m Speech and Drama students, or at the gym box office the nights of the performances lesday, April 18,1978 ^^?^ You can save money at well as energy when you follow the suggestions in a new booklet, "Energy and Your Home," edited by famed science writer Isaac Asimov. It's available free from York Heating and Air Conditioning, Dept. 14, PO. Box 1592, York, Pa. 17405. LEGAL NOTICE Nona Of IMUC MAMNO NOnCI li MIHY VW IW rtw fW Ring CnmtMiwi •< Aa Oty •< Htn^MWi wtH M4 o fvUk hMrini In Itw nmln, OIIIWIMIW Owmten, City HaH Amwi, Ml IM4 ttTMl, MM^MOT. 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May 1. 1*^ OfflOAt NOTKI TO CONTtACTOtJ W>M bWi. wHad (• riia canJMam caMaiaa4 In riM Cantiact B ai w nwnti ttwtmf rita naaw an4 aMmi it riw b will b* *ft*4 anJ >**4 al*w4 ^vKIWy at i IK* r*IM-d*man4W in iK* CampMm. Suit hr Divaiw. lOtfTTA lOWMAN, OaHiWCawft ly DOIOIAM OOrVM Oapuly CUrk WSTMCT COUIT SIAl DATI^ Apr. H, 1*71 H Aft. II, IS, May 1, t, 11. 1171 IN TM HONTN jUMOAi Mtrmo coun Of TM STAn Of NIVADA IN ANO fO TM COUNTY Of CLAIK CaiaN*. 0IM1 NUO Apr. 10 10:1* AMTI lOMTTA lOWMAN.'OlM IV JANi MOTH In ^KA wowe^f Ov fntt tw^w^# #e pe#wi# ^e OOVANNA MAIM fOlO )* OOVANNA MAMMNU. NOTKI NOTICI IS MHIT OIVIN iKat OOVANNA MAM K>n bat NM K*r ,tMtd fatilian IIK rillt Cawrl Ml IK* IOtK4ay*l April, If7l, pnyiap Im m> Orriar •* Caut ibanfinf bar nom* lrm OOVANNA MAin KMO •• GOVANNA MAttl X)NH; iKat BII *ll04.ananaarllteCl pill il W* MM4tt*,M|MMbY aMlrinanypnMitMvriiM*okpKaMay IMRTA MVMAN, OKTaCT OOMT iM BAIl Mai* tt. 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Itn CONNM fITAtY, SUMMONS TM ST ATI Of MVADA SINDS OtHTINOS TO TM AMVI NAAMD DHINDANT Taw ora baraby twnimn*d ond ro^irad la i*rv* wpan MUMI 0 OUND piainliiri ailamay. abat* addrait it 101 I Canan, Sw(i* 1101, Lat Vapot. Navada. on ontwar la lb* C*mpiBini WKKK it b*f*wtib lafvad wa*n yaw, wtlKin 10 dayt oll* tarvica id ibit twmntant wpan yaw, aidwaivaral IKa day *l tarvica. II yaw lall la da t*. |adpm*nl by dalawH will b* t*kan • t*intl y*w M Iba ralnl daman dad In lb* Cm. plaint TMi it an aaiian M dittalva iKf | handi ol malnma n y baiala f aia and n*w •(iallnp ba^aan yaw and iba NainrHf | lOtFTA MWMAN. Clark al Cowrt •y JANf MOTll Dapwty Clarii DISTtIO COUtT SIAl DATI Monb 17, 1*71 H Apr 4, n, II, IS, May li 1*7| lPfMptallwMMMm. Pre Season SpecU IMaca Your Power BM ivto25% Fret hmiitiM! Aatamatk Good Thru Apr 20 VI.S \ MASTER CHVRGE 2/WS JnVMinCnim 4SB-3254 IN CELEBRATION OF THE OPENING OF OUR 9th STATEWIDE OFFICE ALARM CLOCK GE compact alarm has easy to read dial hands a^diia'm s(t G[ compaci alarm tits any room decor plus analitns you • GE compaci Jiafm easily lits on tfdside table ""WHY TAKE lESS? 7 0 S29al7 % MONTHLY INTEREST PAID EACN K.m SAVINM CHTIFICATES Opened by 25lh M]^ month earns from 1 st M IO %nT9 F m oiiMo for torty wn i X i iu__i^ 1% PASSBOOK (^M., |OAILY INTEREST Compounded Quarterly Opened by 12th • •][ month earns from isl Means you earn an annual iniefett riie o( •.19S Snlnrv Sum NEVADA FIRST LAS VC6AS Of rices THRIFT 3t241C2 I STt-llit I 731-2040 *iBO>iifiia*-i*Hiaiarcc*
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"^"r'\-l:lVrr.* i ^mm r,mmamnon nomm Nmwt, Hcixtonen, Ncvoda fjiifNDu ro Sil. '• • • Tuesday, April 18.1978 IIIEMEMIEIL.LM VEfiAS IS niENDLT FORD COUNTRY ANNIVERSARY SEU-A-BRATION REMEMBER... FRIENDLY FORD IS DETERMINED TO BE THE LARGEST VOLUME FORD DEALER IN < THE WFST...AND THAT'S WHAT MAKES YOUR DEAL!! CHOOSE FROM ONE OF THE UR8E8T NEW m m TRUCK INVENTORIES IN AMERICA TOOAYII SAVE HUNOREDSII Hl|liist AIIOWMCI .Tnde (PAID FOR Your EMity will inbikhi YOUR DOWN PAYMENTII IMMEDIATE DELIVERYir MAND NEW 1971 FAIRMONT "AW 3 3 mr e cyl. sng automatic, powtr Slrln|], power front disc brKe, AIR, AM radio, cloth seat trim, txterior accent group, vinyl bodytide moldings, W3W radlils. No. 8179. *4889 MUNO NIW 1B7I PINTO "Mr 4 tpMd, from dlic bnkM, 4 eyi. angina, clotti bucket aeata, wheel covers, tu-tone paint. WSW, AM radio, tinted glass, dual sport mirrors. bodyside moldings. No. 7684. 3399 MUNO NEW 1978 FIETA "30R HATCNOACN" Tranaverae mounted 4 cyl eng, 4 Ipaed. front wheel drive, HD pkg AM. tlnMglaat. vinyl bodyaktemoldlrxja. bucket front diac brakaa, Mtehaln alaal beNad radlali. No. 7360. 3866 9RAND NEW 1978 GRANADA "40^' 4 1 liter 6 cyl eng cloth flight bench seat trim, automatic, WSW radials, tilt wheel, power steering, AIR, AM radio, tinted alasa. rockair panel moldlnga. No. 8278, 5294 IMMO NM 1171 THUNOEMMO V8 automatic, power slwring i brakes AIR two-piece vinyl root, tu-lone palm trutmsnl WSW radials day/date dock', lilt wheel speed conlrfti. 6 way power seal, eiterior 8 intsrlw decor group power 8K)e window? power locK group body SMti moldir)gt fto S23t *7299 HUIiDMWirf MIRMOlIT fulva' V8 engine, cldtfi seat trim, automatic tfanlmission. radial WSW lites, power steerinq, power front disc brakes, AM radio. llntM glass, deluxe wfieel covers, paint stripes No 7758. S 4899 TEST A FIESTA 1975 GMEVY "MMH" Vi. urtomaiic. Ain, radio. tiitcfibKJt. | deluxe interior, sport mirrors. WH. Vary nice" No 781M2 fAl ItTN ) L'H*' Umjrii i2968 3543 1977 rORO LID IRAND NEW 1078 MUSTANG 11 "l+Z" 4 speed. 4 cyl. eng. pin stripes. deluxe belts, WSW. power front disc brakea. AIR. AM radio, tinted giaas. dual sport mirrors, wire wheel covers, body aide moldings. No. 8478. 4466 NEW 1978 LTD "2DR" 5.8 IHer V8 eng. aulomatic, power steering, power front diac brakes. AIR, dual accent paint stripes, color ktyed doluxe belts, WSW radials. AM radio, tinted glMa. full wtieel cover*. No. HIS. *5784 '4687 1975 FOn "iuiMi 2+2" V8. power stNTlng & brakss, rslly| wfweis. RWL tires. No 724M. B ?3284 DUftING THIS FIESTA FESTIVAL CHOOSE FROM OVER 60 IN STOCKII 197S DOOSE DAItr "DMUr" tON V8. automatic, power niinng & brakes AIR. vinyl lop. AM r jdio, WSW Urss. low miles & nice No 67558 tAt 81888 NOW 1974 BUirx leSabr luius J2866 WAS ^ NOW 2593 1174 FM ITT vi. automitic. power steering & brakes. Alfl. viftyi top. AM radio, power windows! •New patflt' No. R73t. \n S3t37 USED TRUCK SPECIALS 1174 JSP "OvsiM iir V8. power steering 4 briksa. autonstie. i3188 197/ FORn 111) 1976 FOai TMs IMMl8r 4 cyl. automatic. AIR, tinted glass Ne P3005 i9'?CHfvr iH. 1078 LTD4IS*?Dr 5 8 liter 351 V8. aulortiatic. power Steering, power front disc brakes, sports appearance picg., color keyed daluxe belts, sports ^strwmntaion orp, RWL radiala. tut wheel. AIR, AM/FM w/tape. tinted giaia, dual sport mirrors, light grp. No. 1259 MIAND NEW 1070 TNUHOEROIRO SB liter 351 CiO V8. automatic. por steering 8 front diSc brakM. tutone paiTit. sports intt. grp, WSW radials. tilt vrheal. speed control. 8way power sail. AIR, AM/FM w/ta0e. ait 8 int decor grp, protection grp, tintad gleaa. light grp, pwr aide windows, pwr lock grp. No 8240 •7549 LEASE YOUM FMENfiir LEASE MAN HANK ADAMS Na^ans M iwr* OwriJIw UOSS.. UVioa OKiuiiaiiiidijiaUUSi Cn rMpomtM Iv riMuai • IT IMH IHMMdinltHriiMllNluMcl w mfat^ Mria %mt m IS.MO •K* iw yiar i • V4 IMH OK SoM IISII CwKHuW on Huymi* UMIN lOKln hMwl alM N MMk gf M IMM OK tinii •wxM riS& Capmiiut can tTMoo ^Mptt/m^mmm ttcnutm tmOll taiuti VM* SMDM OHMItwMlMIIIMOir dmoatr rMUB i iin m, rtujun mtm* itm IMMiiiictatbunMiwIiiiiMia w^^^^^c^ajWJKMfw^i^slu^Htesa^^l^ • cual • w • iA^^t TU 066 N. DECATUR PHONE 870-7221 MAM JHHII lan IFMNSLY Ml KAur I ^^•'^^•mn Mne New,, Henderum, Nevodo fogt • ^QQQ^imilQjQ Tuesday, April 18,1978 FOOTHILLS • S)) — ENJOY Ranch Style Living only Minutes from Downtown Henderson, Las Vegas, and Lake Mead! — CAPTURE An Unequaled Panoramic View of the Entire Las Vegas Valley and Black Mountain Foothills! •HoW Acrt Letf—Zontd for HerMtl • Pttnty of Room for Parking R.V.'i and Bootil •Easy Uving Ranch Typtfloor PtontI •Raisod Enfrya, Sunktn Uving A Family Roomsl •Two Firtplocot (most modolt) Two Cor Gorogoil RESERVE YOUR LOT NOW! SALES OFHCE OPEN I LS FOR MORE INFORMATION ,^^^'^^^. V>^*^jiw. ALoron Qroce Dovtiepmtnt i 8M8ICWAID fer the retarn er recovery ef all steel w^d tap Uble approi. 5X20 ft. In Sise, Ulien frem rear ef Hea8crsea Heme News efflce vltkia Ike last 8 BMBths. Ne M*i(i*BS asked, Call dhiaUc at S84-1U1. Rda. LOOKING to buy a home in Boulder City? See Henderaon Realty ad or call 584 2819. WASH CAR-TRUCK STORAGE ALL TYPES BOAT BARN 868'6966 Obl. Md with Teraputic matt. BDI springs. Ig. dresser 4 mlrr., 2 nite stands, very -iood eond. all for 8100. 848 Ave. A. No. 17 EC. 8700 down. 8100 mo. m acre. Power Water In area. Owner Call anytime. •73-aM4or84S-1370 For sale: CB radio Pace 143. Like pew Aslting 850. 58&-8410 anytime. MOBILE HOME FOR SALE: 12'x65'. 2 bdrm.. 2 bth. 2 extra bdrms in added room. 10x85' carport. On its own fenced lot in Hdn. Trailer Estates. Hdn. 293-4330 8x35 1 bdrm. trailer, in Moores Mobile home park, completely rurnisbed, air, available immed $2950. Arm. 293-1145 OPEN HOUSE Sat April 15. View lot in Section 11. BoulderCity 198 acres, with all utilities $42,500. For more information call Roberts Realty. 384-9111 or evens 731-8159 Distributor Needed Service rt. 2 days per month Earn as much as $600. per mo. not with your present job Earn more full time. No selling. Co. established accts. $4620. investment required. Fully secured Ph. toll f^ee (800) 824-7877 Opr. 4. KM a SAU: ruffy. Old inliih (heepdeg. Ill thet*. %. fh. 545-4374. 104 overhead camper. Stove & icebox. )500 Ph. 564-1399 before 9 p.m. 1969 Toyota. Recent valve 1bb,i Runs good. $550. Ph. 564-1399 before 9 pm Painting. No job too small. 565^9214. PRESSURE BREATHING THERAPY UNIT $350 Ph 565-7492. Condo: 2 bdrm. Exc. cond. All appliances Tropicana Townhouses. Covered patio 4 barbeque. brand new carpet. $300 mo. Ph 451430S. WANTED TO BUY Used furniture. Two Hand Store. 4511183. Dbl. bed. springs, mattress & frame. $35. Good cond. 564-2128 Crowley Tr Park Sp 29 1976 Fiat 131 Sedan Air. radials 9000 Mi Mint condition 56^6312 AUTO MECH. needed Call Kelly's Galas Co Experienced Only Ph. 451 930Z Rent or lease: Clean, newly carpeted. 3 bdrm. 2 bath. Condo Hdn. golf course area Sorry • no pets. Reply Box 815 B. Hdn. For sale or trade: 1974 Ford Sta. Wagon Need pickup. 4 wheel drive or travel trailer Call 565-9249 fTom 7 am to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Fri. For Rent: Studio Apt Util. paid. Reft-igcration, private bath 4 entrance $50. de-i posit. No pets. Can be shared by two ladios. 564^2546 Frto dof. Female, part poodle, 6 mos. old S65-9271. REWARD!! For return of Puppy lost Apr 11 on Black Mtn Golf Course Snail, fluffy, white w-dark brown spots. $25.00 for return or Info, loadini to rtturn. S6S^M7. For salt: Soars, KtnnMft microwave ovtn. One yr. |ns. againat defects incl. In price of $200 Call after 3 p ra M4-I403 Movini Mlc, Apr 20. 21 Baby crib, bar-b-qvo, drossor. antiqtM track, lou of isiac. Bv•rythim gtt. 413 Podoral It. Hdn. • •. • tU • pa. Walking distance to downtown, completely redecorated throughout with new carpet, appliances included in price. Fenced yard, large covered patio to rear of house. Near Hospital. Small cash down and seller will carry loan. CALL today • vacant • immediate possession. 3 BR BRICK CONSTRUCTION DOLL HOUSE Neat, well cared for home with open beamed ceilings, refrigeration, large patio Carport, fenced yard. Very Nece and only $35,000 2 BR STUCCO WITH ADDITION OPTION TO BUY: 3 bdrm., 2 bath home. Modern kitchen. Dishwasher too! $300 Many extras. Call 385-5903 (2108) BRAND NEW: Carpeted 2 bdrm., modern appliances, kids OK. $250 Call 385-5903 (4918) LIKE TO SWIM; Femced 3 bdrm., pets ok, 14 bths., leisure patio. No lease. $315. Call 385-5901. (3217) Three bdrm. Condo, unfurnished. FOR RENT $300 mo. Hdn. la^udcs water, -f fewer, wdoj|>4 >^^i* w-back yari Ph. 382-1437 2 bdrm. Condo. Furnished. $295. Includes water, sewer, pool, playground, enclosed patio w-back yard. $50 cleaning deposit. Ph. 382 1437 9' Overhead camper with Jacks, porta potti, double sink Very good floor plan Etc. $875 or best offer. 4512824 3T AIR conditioner with heat strips. Very good cond. Suitable for home or trailer Can demonstrate. $350 or best offer. 451-2824 Wanted Reliable mgr.. maintenance, improver for small trailer park. Salary negotiable 458-4062. Moving 4 Patio Sale 231 Piute, Henderson. Friday, Apr 21. Single bed with springs, mattress and f^ame. 2934865. Easy lift trailer hitch. 250 lb ton wt. Cost $200. Sell $75. 293-2776. GARAGE SALE Thurs. 4 Fri. April 20 4 21. Misc items and clothes. 8 am to 4 p m 1449 Rawhide. B C. FOR SALE solid oak bunkbeds, frame, mattress, and springs, good cond. Man's Lapas ring. 18 karat gold. 32 2 point diamonds, appraised at $500. will sell for $300. or best offer. Call 293-4841 after 4 pm Yard sale. Sat 9-12. end table, record player, clothes (29 cents to $200) jackets, games, etc. 627 avc. B. CUSTOM BUILT HOMES remodels. Lie bondod. Gcnl contr. 293-1114. Furniture, good, and other misc.articles 293-3719 BC. FOR SALE 1x38 1 bdrm.. mobile boat, located in Moort's pnrk ia B.C. Pum air. available immediately. 293 1145 Easy lift traitor bitck. 290 lb tongue wt. Cost 1300 Sell $79.299-rm FREE TO A GOOD HOME 7 year old spnytd Doborman. good naturcd and good guard dog. Call 293-4M1 aftar 4 p.a. LaRae's Sheer Delight is looking for experienced operator in men's 4 women's hair styling. For Mon Tues Sat. Ph 565-8844. Beautiful sofa 4 love seat. Excellent quality 4 cond $200 Sofa bed 4 2 matching swivel rockers. Beige. $200. 565^6319 evenings. Change Girl • Cashier. Relief shift. Railroad Pass Casino. Ph. 293-1696. 2 ParakeetjS. ^Vi-^t^itkt. With cito r$lt "Call S65-7690. ask for Mylee. DANDY DUPLE.X: Central air Full carpets Yard for kids Only $130. Call 385-5903. (3009) BOULDER CITY CONDO tor rent Beautiful surround ings. quiet, 2 bdrm downstairs, unfurn with bit ins Private patio and swimming pool, recreation room and laundry facilities $325 mo 293-4073. FOR SALE 1976 olds custom cruiser station wagon. 9 passenger, only 23.000 miles Silver with wood grained sides, everytlingon it Power steering, windows. seats, cruise control. AM FM radio and tape. $5500 firm 293-4073. Chihuahua. AKC. S wk. old female, good quality, 293-4848. Central heating and refrigeration with dining room addition and enlarged kitchen, office or den. plus walk in closet in master bedroom Larte double garage or work Shop to rear of lot. Carpeting and drapes, plus kitchen shutter. \ 3 BR HOME WITH LARGE LOI Only $29,950, would you believe"' New cooler, home has been completely repainted and redecorated inside and out. Large lot with fenced garden area, plus enclosed yard Seller will carry with .small down payment Vacant and ready for immediate occupancy and spring planting. 3 BR PLUS 1 AND ^i B.\TH Lovely home high on the Hill Large Family room. Carpeting, drapes, range and refrigerator. Brick Bar • B • Q. Corner lot with space for recreational vehicle parking. Priced right under $49,000 PRICED SLASHED FOR QUICK SALE Price cut $2600 for (uick sale due to death in family. Fine 3 br BOiltoit k|Me({orer tot with circular drive. • garage atSS'a'nellJiTtiinfTnaa t*n
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"^"r'\-l:lVrr.* i ^mm r,mmamnon nomm Nmwt, Hcixtonen, Ncvoda fjiifNDu ro Sil. '• • • Tuesday, April 18.1978 IIIEMEMIEIL.LM VEfiAS IS niENDLT FORD COUNTRY ANNIVERSARY SEU-A-BRATION REMEMBER... FRIENDLY FORD IS DETERMINED TO BE THE LARGEST VOLUME FORD DEALER IN < THE WFST...AND THAT'S WHAT MAKES YOUR DEAL!! CHOOSE FROM ONE OF THE UR8E8T NEW m m TRUCK INVENTORIES IN AMERICA TOOAYII SAVE HUNOREDSII Hl|liist AIIOWMCI .Tnde (PAID FOR Your EMity will inbikhi YOUR DOWN PAYMENTII IMMEDIATE DELIVERYir MAND NEW 1971 FAIRMONT "AW 3 3 mr e cyl. sng automatic, powtr Slrln|], power front disc brKe, AIR, AM radio, cloth seat trim, txterior accent group, vinyl bodytide moldings, W3W radlils. No. 8179. *4889 MUNO NIW 1B7I PINTO "Mr 4 tpMd, from dlic bnkM, 4 eyi. angina, clotti bucket aeata, wheel covers, tu-tone paint. WSW, AM radio, tinted glass, dual sport mirrors. bodyside moldings. No. 7684. 3399 MUNO NEW 1978 FIETA "30R HATCNOACN" Tranaverae mounted 4 cyl eng, 4 Ipaed. front wheel drive, HD pkg AM. tlnMglaat. vinyl bodyaktemoldlrxja. bucket front diac brakaa, Mtehaln alaal beNad radlali. No. 7360. 3866 9RAND NEW 1978 GRANADA "40^' 4 1 liter 6 cyl eng cloth flight bench seat trim, automatic, WSW radials, tilt wheel, power steering, AIR, AM radio, tinted alasa. rockair panel moldlnga. No. 8278, 5294 IMMO NM 1171 THUNOEMMO V8 automatic, power slwring i brakes AIR two-piece vinyl root, tu-lone palm trutmsnl WSW radials day/date dock', lilt wheel speed conlrfti. 6 way power seal, eiterior 8 intsrlw decor group power 8K)e window? power locK group body SMti moldir)gt fto S23t *7299 HUIiDMWirf MIRMOlIT fulva' V8 engine, cldtfi seat trim, automatic tfanlmission. radial WSW lites, power steerinq, power front disc brakes, AM radio. llntM glass, deluxe wfieel covers, paint stripes No 7758. S 4899 TEST A FIESTA 1975 GMEVY "MMH" Vi. urtomaiic. Ain, radio. tiitcfibKJt. | deluxe interior, sport mirrors. WH. Vary nice" No 781M2 fAl ItTN ) L'H*' Umjrii i2968 3543 1977 rORO LID IRAND NEW 1078 MUSTANG 11 "l+Z" 4 speed. 4 cyl. eng. pin stripes. deluxe belts, WSW. power front disc brakea. AIR. AM radio, tinted giaas. dual sport mirrors, wire wheel covers, body aide moldings. No. 8478. 4466 NEW 1978 LTD "2DR" 5.8 IHer V8 eng. aulomatic, power steering, power front diac brakes. AIR, dual accent paint stripes, color ktyed doluxe belts, WSW radials. AM radio, tinted glMa. full wtieel cover*. No. HIS. *5784 '4687 1975 FOn "iuiMi 2+2" V8. power stNTlng & brakss, rslly| wfweis. RWL tires. No 724M. B ?3284 DUftING THIS FIESTA FESTIVAL CHOOSE FROM OVER 60 IN STOCKII 197S DOOSE DAItr "DMUr" tON V8. automatic, power niinng & brakes AIR. vinyl lop. AM r jdio, WSW Urss. low miles & nice No 67558 tAt 81888 NOW 1974 BUirx leSabr luius J2866 WAS ^ NOW 2593 1174 FM ITT vi. automitic. power steering & brakes. Alfl. viftyi top. AM radio, power windows! •New patflt' No. R73t. \n S3t37 USED TRUCK SPECIALS 1174 JSP "OvsiM iir V8. power steering 4 briksa. autonstie. i3188 197/ FORn 111) 1976 FOai TMs IMMl8r 4 cyl. automatic. AIR, tinted glass Ne P3005 i9'?CHfvr iH. 1078 LTD4IS*?Dr 5 8 liter 351 V8. aulortiatic. power Steering, power front disc brakes, sports appearance picg., color keyed daluxe belts, sports ^strwmntaion orp, RWL radiala. tut wheel. AIR, AM/FM w/tape. tinted giaia, dual sport mirrors, light grp. No. 1259 MIAND NEW 1070 TNUHOEROIRO SB liter 351 CiO V8. automatic. por steering 8 front diSc brakM. tutone paiTit. sports intt. grp, WSW radials. tilt vrheal. speed control. 8way power sail. AIR, AM/FM w/ta0e. ait 8 int decor grp, protection grp, tintad gleaa. light grp, pwr aide windows, pwr lock grp. No 8240 •7549 LEASE YOUM FMENfiir LEASE MAN HANK ADAMS Na^ans M iwr* OwriJIw UOSS.. UVioa OKiuiiaiiiidijiaUUSi Cn rMpomtM Iv riMuai • IT IMH IHMMdinltHriiMllNluMcl w mfat^ Mria %mt m IS.MO •K* iw yiar i • V4 IMH OK SoM IISII CwKHuW on Huymi* UMIN lOKln hMwl alM N MMk gf M IMM OK tinii •wxM riS& Capmiiut can tTMoo ^Mptt/m^mmm ttcnutm tmOll taiuti VM* SMDM OHMItwMlMIIIMOir dmoatr rMUB i iin m, rtujun mtm* itm IMMiiiictatbunMiwIiiiiMia w^^^^^c^ajWJKMfw^i^slu^Htesa^^l^ • cual • w • iA^^t TU 066 N. DECATUR PHONE 870-7221 MAM JHHII lan IFMNSLY Ml KAur I ^^•'^^•mn Mne New,, Henderum, Nevodo fogt • ^QQQ^imilQjQ Tuesday, April 18,1978 FOOTHILLS • S)) — ENJOY Ranch Style Living only Minutes from Downtown Henderson, Las Vegas, and Lake Mead! — CAPTURE An Unequaled Panoramic View of the Entire Las Vegas Valley and Black Mountain Foothills! •HoW Acrt Letf—Zontd for HerMtl • Pttnty of Room for Parking R.V.'i and Bootil •Easy Uving Ranch Typtfloor PtontI •Raisod Enfrya, Sunktn Uving A Family Roomsl •Two Firtplocot (most modolt) Two Cor Gorogoil RESERVE YOUR LOT NOW! SALES OFHCE OPEN I LS FOR MORE INFORMATION ,^^^'^^^. V>^*^jiw. ALoron Qroce Dovtiepmtnt i 8M8ICWAID fer the retarn er recovery ef all steel w^d tap Uble approi. 5X20 ft. In Sise, Ulien frem rear ef Hea8crsea Heme News efflce vltkia Ike last 8 BMBths. Ne M*i(i*BS asked, Call dhiaUc at S84-1U1. Rda. LOOKING to buy a home in Boulder City? See Henderaon Realty ad or call 584 2819. WASH CAR-TRUCK STORAGE ALL TYPES BOAT BARN 868'6966 Obl. Md with Teraputic matt. BDI springs. Ig. dresser 4 mlrr., 2 nite stands, very -iood eond. all for 8100. 848 Ave. A. No. 17 EC. 8700 down. 8100 mo. m acre. Power Water In area. Owner Call anytime. •73-aM4or84S-1370 For sale: CB radio Pace 143. Like pew Aslting 850. 58&-8410 anytime. MOBILE HOME FOR SALE: 12'x65'. 2 bdrm.. 2 bth. 2 extra bdrms in added room. 10x85' carport. On its own fenced lot in Hdn. Trailer Estates. Hdn. 293-4330 8x35 1 bdrm. trailer, in Moores Mobile home park, completely rurnisbed, air, available immed $2950. Arm. 293-1145 OPEN HOUSE Sat April 15. View lot in Section 11. BoulderCity 198 acres, with all utilities $42,500. For more information call Roberts Realty. 384-9111 or evens 731-8159 Distributor Needed Service rt. 2 days per month Earn as much as $600. per mo. not with your present job Earn more full time. No selling. Co. established accts. $4620. investment required. Fully secured Ph. toll f^ee (800) 824-7877 Opr. 4. KM a SAU: ruffy. Old inliih (heepdeg. Ill thet*. %. fh. 545-4374. 104 overhead camper. Stove & icebox. )500 Ph. 564-1399 before 9 p.m. 1969 Toyota. Recent valve 1bb,i Runs good. $550. Ph. 564-1399 before 9 pm Painting. No job too small. 565^9214. PRESSURE BREATHING THERAPY UNIT $350 Ph 565-7492. Condo: 2 bdrm. Exc. cond. All appliances Tropicana Townhouses. Covered patio 4 barbeque. brand new carpet. $300 mo. Ph 451430S. WANTED TO BUY Used furniture. Two Hand Store. 4511183. Dbl. bed. springs, mattress & frame. $35. Good cond. 564-2128 Crowley Tr Park Sp 29 1976 Fiat 131 Sedan Air. radials 9000 Mi Mint condition 56^6312 AUTO MECH. needed Call Kelly's Galas Co Experienced Only Ph. 451 930Z Rent or lease: Clean, newly carpeted. 3 bdrm. 2 bath. Condo Hdn. golf course area Sorry • no pets. Reply Box 815 B. Hdn. For sale or trade: 1974 Ford Sta. Wagon Need pickup. 4 wheel drive or travel trailer Call 565-9249 fTom 7 am to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Fri. For Rent: Studio Apt Util. paid. Reft-igcration, private bath 4 entrance $50. de-i posit. No pets. Can be shared by two ladios. 564^2546 Frto dof. Female, part poodle, 6 mos. old S65-9271. REWARD!! For return of Puppy lost Apr 11 on Black Mtn Golf Course Snail, fluffy, white w-dark brown spots. $25.00 for return or Info, loadini to rtturn. S6S^M7. For salt: Soars, KtnnMft microwave ovtn. One yr. |ns. againat defects incl. In price of $200 Call after 3 p ra M4-I403 Movini Mlc, Apr 20. 21 Baby crib, bar-b-qvo, drossor. antiqtM track, lou of isiac. Bv•rythim gtt. 413 Podoral It. Hdn. • •. • tU • pa. Walking distance to downtown, completely redecorated throughout with new carpet, appliances included in price. Fenced yard, large covered patio to rear of house. Near Hospital. Small cash down and seller will carry loan. CALL today • vacant • immediate possession. 3 BR BRICK CONSTRUCTION DOLL HOUSE Neat, well cared for home with open beamed ceilings, refrigeration, large patio Carport, fenced yard. Very Nece and only $35,000 2 BR STUCCO WITH ADDITION OPTION TO BUY: 3 bdrm., 2 bath home. Modern kitchen. Dishwasher too! $300 Many extras. Call 385-5903 (2108) BRAND NEW: Carpeted 2 bdrm., modern appliances, kids OK. $250 Call 385-5903 (4918) LIKE TO SWIM; Femced 3 bdrm., pets ok, 14 bths., leisure patio. No lease. $315. Call 385-5901. (3217) Three bdrm. Condo, unfurnished. FOR RENT $300 mo. Hdn. la^udcs water, -f fewer, wdoj|>4 >^^i* w-back yari Ph. 382-1437 2 bdrm. Condo. Furnished. $295. Includes water, sewer, pool, playground, enclosed patio w-back yard. $50 cleaning deposit. Ph. 382 1437 9' Overhead camper with Jacks, porta potti, double sink Very good floor plan Etc. $875 or best offer. 4512824 3T AIR conditioner with heat strips. Very good cond. Suitable for home or trailer Can demonstrate. $350 or best offer. 451-2824 Wanted Reliable mgr.. maintenance, improver for small trailer park. Salary negotiable 458-4062. Moving 4 Patio Sale 231 Piute, Henderson. Friday, Apr 21. Single bed with springs, mattress and f^ame. 2934865. Easy lift trailer hitch. 250 lb ton wt. Cost $200. Sell $75. 293-2776. GARAGE SALE Thurs. 4 Fri. April 20 4 21. Misc items and clothes. 8 am to 4 p m 1449 Rawhide. B C. FOR SALE solid oak bunkbeds, frame, mattress, and springs, good cond. Man's Lapas ring. 18 karat gold. 32 2 point diamonds, appraised at $500. will sell for $300. or best offer. Call 293-4841 after 4 pm Yard sale. Sat 9-12. end table, record player, clothes (29 cents to $200) jackets, games, etc. 627 avc. B. CUSTOM BUILT HOMES remodels. Lie bondod. Gcnl contr. 293-1114. Furniture, good, and other misc.articles 293-3719 BC. FOR SALE 1x38 1 bdrm.. mobile boat, located in Moort's pnrk ia B.C. Pum air. available immediately. 293 1145 Easy lift traitor bitck. 290 lb tongue wt. Cost 1300 Sell $79.299-rm FREE TO A GOOD HOME 7 year old spnytd Doborman. good naturcd and good guard dog. Call 293-4M1 aftar 4 p.a. LaRae's Sheer Delight is looking for experienced operator in men's 4 women's hair styling. For Mon Tues Sat. Ph 565-8844. Beautiful sofa 4 love seat. Excellent quality 4 cond $200 Sofa bed 4 2 matching swivel rockers. Beige. $200. 565^6319 evenings. Change Girl • Cashier. Relief shift. Railroad Pass Casino. Ph. 293-1696. 2 ParakeetjS. ^Vi-^t^itkt. With cito r$lt "Call S65-7690. ask for Mylee. DANDY DUPLE.X: Central air Full carpets Yard for kids Only $130. Call 385-5903. (3009) BOULDER CITY CONDO tor rent Beautiful surround ings. quiet, 2 bdrm downstairs, unfurn with bit ins Private patio and swimming pool, recreation room and laundry facilities $325 mo 293-4073. FOR SALE 1976 olds custom cruiser station wagon. 9 passenger, only 23.000 miles Silver with wood grained sides, everytlingon it Power steering, windows. seats, cruise control. AM FM radio and tape. $5500 firm 293-4073. Chihuahua. AKC. S wk. old female, good quality, 293-4848. Central heating and refrigeration with dining room addition and enlarged kitchen, office or den. plus walk in closet in master bedroom Larte double garage or work Shop to rear of lot. Carpeting and drapes, plus kitchen shutter. \ 3 BR HOME WITH LARGE LOI Only $29,950, would you believe"' New cooler, home has been completely repainted and redecorated inside and out. Large lot with fenced garden area, plus enclosed yard Seller will carry with .small down payment Vacant and ready for immediate occupancy and spring planting. 3 BR PLUS 1 AND ^i B.\TH Lovely home high on the Hill Large Family room. Carpeting, drapes, range and refrigerator. Brick Bar • B • Q. Corner lot with space for recreational vehicle parking. Priced right under $49,000 PRICED SLASHED FOR QUICK SALE Price cut $2600 for (uick sale due to death in family. Fine 3 br BOiltoit k|Me({orer tot with circular drive. • garage atSS'a'nellJiTtiinfTnaa t*n
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Nndnon Hm Ntw*, H^ndtraen, Ncvodo PUT IT IN THE j. Basic Reolty Realtor 3 Army Street Henderton BIG VALUE BK; home 3,000 Sq. Ft big lot, 120' x260" Big carage 24' x 42' Big family room, big living room, fireplace and many other goodies. Zones for horses. 4 bdrm. 2\ ba in suburban Hend r DESERT TRIM SHOP Custom Upholstery 1680 Nev Hwy B C 293-4939 I |Autos, Furniture, Etc I JFREEEST.PU 4Del -An-I I tique Cars & St Rods a spe-l WE'RE HERE TO HELP) If there is any way we can assist you in the field of Real Estate, please don't hesitate to contact us at Basic Realty \ Herndon Smith, Broker cialty. 20 YRS EXPERIENCE ———————____J V^r^.'^>:UcV,^-^r SPRING CLEANING SPECIALS Sofa & Love Seat cleaned in your home for $35.00. Chaifs from only $10.00. Call for FREE estimate. Licensed and insured. 293-2772 HOME UPHOLSTERY CLEANERS .'• :•*-;,. '-'r;-:'-Vir;.^'-*' TWO BPRM APTS available Desert Gardens. 205 Randy Way Ph 5659051 Hdn CEMENT work all types and block walls, free e.slimatcs. Rea.sonable 457 • 9450 •74Chevy PU, 4 wheel drive, air low mileage, good cond. $4500 293-1582. EXrilllNCiD (arr*ntr-t. NOW RENTING • spaces in beautifnl all-adult Glngeribirood Mobile Park. Enjay ^arefree living with our solar healed iwimming pool, therapy pool, recreation hall, shuffleboard courts, planned rerreation. Etc. 293-1908. MUST SELL • brand new 12' wide deluxe Skyline mobile borne in Gingerwood Park 2 bdrm air, skirting, awnings, porch, desert landscape Completely furn. Only $16,990 Immed. occ 2934755 FOR SALE adorable 2 month old Yorkie Terrier, male AKC papers, perfect for stud $150 293 409S FOR SALE • Mobile home 8X43, 2 bdrm furni.shed. storage shed $4,000 2933140 APPLICATIONS are being ac cepted forteachers and aids in Chnstiiin Day Care Center. Come for interview Fri April 14 at 4 pm 805 Utah St, BC GUNS Buy. sell, trade Secur ^ Ity leathers We buy gold and silver The Pawn Shop 1212 N Boulder Hwy 584 2678 WEDDING CAKES Call Lil Caesars Pu'.eria 29.'V1100 B C. 293-1100 GALS!"If you're not becoming to him, you should be com• ing to me Call Kim for • YOIR free facial 56^6877, 6 to 10 pm HAVE PICKUP, WILL TRAVEL Can do most any job Yard work, light hauling, fence repair, most household repairs Call anjiime. 565 6389 Hdn. MM SERVICE Hatedj yman. carpentrv'. painting, j general repairs and! maintenance 293 3353 Nol need to worr>' call MI'R[ RAY' Experienced tow truck driver needed Must have tools 21 yrs or older Must live in or be willing to move to Henderson Apply at All American Auto, 1401 Athol. Hen derson r EXPERT SERVICE ALL MAKES k MODELS COLOR TV-STEREOJ SALES & SERVICE 2 W. PACIFIC Ur:lil ^age tO GUARANTEED REPAIR ALL MAKES Sewing Machines and Vacuum Cleaners. SORENSENS 500 Ave. C, EC. W3-3770. HAIRDRESSER wanted witji experience 293 2075 B C. AIR CONDITIONING ANb HEATING REPAIRS. Licensed. Ph. 361-8843 or 381-6SS2. DANCE THEATRI WEST STARS OF TOMORROW ARE KING BORN TODAY AT DANCE THEATRE WEST IMMEDIATE POSSESSION. New 24x52 BuckiAgham, by. Silver Crest. 2 bdrm, 2 bath, bonus room 2 awnings, skirting air, Alcan Siding, set up in Gingerwood $27,800 Gold Key, 458-2801. I.V J I PHILLIPS I RADIO & TV 1 Fer rent 1 2. A 3 bdrm trail ers $;)OtoS60wk Call 5657763 or 565 7141 Hdn FOR SALE Used appliances refrigerators,vac cleaners, washers dryers PORTER ELECTRIC INC 293 3838 Fer Sale Large family style table, S' loni and 3H' wide. good cond With 6 padded gold chairs 804 Avc F BC Afternoons and trenlngi SHEETROCKING TAPING k ACCOUSTICAL 585 6026 Hdn Wanted Lady for part lime o( • fice work Must have e ;i>erienre Call Kelly Glass, '£431 9302 Immediate occupancy' 3 bdrm, 2 bath Horse zoned hugh back yd, block wall, bndle path Highland Hills area Elec stove, dishwasher, disposal $400 mo. 1st, last. Call 565^7628 before 9 am or after 4pm HAIMTYUST WANTED Sta tions for rent 568-0396 Hdn. SMAU TIAIlIt for rent fk. M-OS0t For rent unfurn 2 bdrm duplex, no pets, retired coupl* preferred $100 depoilt, water pd range, rtfrig. drapes included 203'3000 HiNOHSON 17 Araiy Si. •OUIOHOTV 1404 Wycmlng S(. m. 2|.3677 Jaii-r^*trbfk ond la(lt i Storting a ] I up Free lessons In speed tufting 4 latch hook with your purchase of materials Rug Crafters in Sahara Square 1159 E Sahara Ph. 731 0118, ask about home group lessons. FOR SALE xl2 gold rug 828.; Dog shipping kennel 88.; Drop • in camping unit for van 8179.; Toaster oven 84.; Hair dryer 84.; washing machine 810,; lavatory 815; Sears vtility trailer $290.; Kitchen table $10 Call 293-4891 or 283-2023. YARD SALE Thurs. April 13. Eldorado Mobile Home Park. 700 Elm Sp No. 9 BC BeautlAil Lewis Home • Plan 300 for sale by the owner, 10 mos. old, excell. cond., 3 bdr. 2 bath. Assumption or conv. loan. Want June July CO E 1314 Elsa Way BC 293 5107 or 732 • 7730 Karen. $51,000. The Boulder City Recreation and Parks Department is now ac cepting applications for the following positions: Senior Life Guard $3.50 hr -40 hrs wkly 14 weeks Life Guard $300 hr Appros 35 hrs wkly-12 weeks Swim Tearr. Coach $75 wkly-approx 20 hrs wkly 12 w eks Diving Te im Coach 8T5 wkly-approx. 20 hrs. wkly-12 weeks Swim Pol! Maint Assist. $3 25 br.-40 hrs. wkly-l8 weeks Recreation Leadc^r $3.50 br -40 hrs. wkly-10 week.' Sports OOlcials (Youth and Adult leagues) wages and hours depends on leagues ofllciating Applications will be accepted until sufficient number of applica tions are received For further information contact: Boulder City Rerreation and Parks Department 900 Arizona Street Boulder City. Nevada 89005 Phone 293 3956 or 293-3784 Two Lasa Apso females One 7 months old and one 5 yrs AKC Call 293 4841 after 4 p m Kingsize waterbed headboard and heater, almost new mattress Cost $280 new. Sell for$150 Call 2934841 aftei 4 pm BEAUTIFUL VIEW LOT ON B C GOLF COURSE 6th green. 293-2512 or 873 5200. Fred Snyder Inexpensive room & bath or 1 bdrm apt from $35 wk. All Utilities paid. 565-8434. CAPEHART STEREO 8 track phono mikes, exercycle, Oster blende(^ signer portable Sperti sunlamp. Rival meat grinder, Judson Mag neto Air purifier, 6 qt Pres.sure cooker. RCA hiw TV. misc like new 293 2280 2bdrm mobile home. 12x60in Gingerwood park, porch, alum shed, desert land scaping, skirled, patio and carport awnings 1977 model, like new Call alter 5 pm 293 4813 FOR SALE -thoroughbred quarter horse, gelding, sorrel. Very, very gentle and well trained $490 283 2621. INCOME TAX' See John D. Higley a professional accountant, by appt only Now his 4th yr serving Hender son & Boulder City residents 1400 Wyoming, B C. Call now at 293 2323 (N, lull timo, •WMn thKl Smoll frttndly kn^ital MnclDt Si l*M d* Umo 5M-26J3, Hntniwl NEW 2 bedroom unfurnished apt Refng stove washer dryer No Pets. Ph. 458 4150 House for sale: Real nice neighborhood 1832 sq ft. lots of extras, assume V A. S^t loan to mortgage $59,500 Call after 5. 565-7857 Would like to sell 15X25 Doughboy pool 4 ft deep Has dual filter system, swing up ladder and pool deck Needs new liner $300 or belt offer 565-7657 NUISIS AlOfS AMiiotltKI *r Oti Hall. Up w'^vn*. H, any inlormaticn, contMl Mrt. rrNt • S*S-I74I HELP WANTED Furniture experience Ph 565^8648. Learn to drive v^'ilh Las Vegas School of Driving Specializing in ner\ous & handicapped persons All ages Day i evening instruction Free home pickup. 7327684 Backhoe & Front Loader work done Reasonable rates or will trade for brick work, or carpet laying 585 • 8631 Karate Classes & Rapc^ Ptaventloh (Hasses Jaycees Lodge Major <( Van Wagenen S McNealiB.UHamiter, Instructors Masonry Work Brick block and Stone 643 8306 FOR SALE MOBILE HOME. 12X80 on 80X100 lot with trees fWwers. Isrge porch A awDing, 2 sheds. A C A cooler, Valley View Estates, 1608 Cedar Dr 293 3098 WANTED TO RENT unfr house, retired couple Excellent BC ref Will paint, repair for reasonable reat 283^1*22 ACUPUNCTURE • ArthrltU, barsltis, mlgraiBC. asthma, allergy, stroke, sciatica, sians, gaat, prostate. 7$I-Tt42. Turn your hobby into profit by selling needlecraft. 5645409 FOR RENT • Kitchenettes. $20 wk. UtUiUes paid. Shad) Rest' MotaL S65-7688. • -y ... — — __HOUSE PAINTING quality brush work, special $200 labor Prep paint and trim average house exterior. 293-4956 Open House, Fri Sat Sun 3 bdrm 2 full bath, attractively decorated Chism home, sliding windows and screened patio Balance power, self cleaning oven Roof turbins. auto sprinklers, fruit trees and decorative shrubs, 1203 Arapaho Way B C By owner RETIRED insurance co office manager desires part time BC or Hend cashier, casino, hotel desk, florist or nursery job Please contact Marguariite Renaud at 293-4831 For rent Beauty shop 2130 S. Boulder Highway 565-9985 or 565-9712 K>l Mlf: '47 VW CnymbM •. friftratM, rdi, 1*^ dMk, iwH rM( rvk, 4 llrM On-M nU. % • O7014 }.I7|. 14 HI. teaSJ7I aflw 4(clKk •• 479 Wa*w S. '75 Winnebago Brave 10,000 actual miles 440 Dodge Roof air, cruise control, AM PM Stereo CB radio, aux. gas tank, roof carrier. Like new Sleeps 6. Call 969-7628 before nine A after 3. All day wecktnds Tuesday, April 18,1978 FOR RESULTS f "KUfcivenf 1 • HOMES •ACREAGE •COMMERCIAL 125 W. LAKE MEAD DR. HCNDERSON,. NEVADA REALTORS 565-8947 COMMERCIAL PROPERTY COMMERCIAL PROPERTV SITUATED ON Q. BOULDER HIGHWAY IN AREA CLOSE TO THE i NEW SITE OF K. MART. GREAT POTENTIAL FOR < BASKIN&ROBINS,CARWASH.ETC.EVES.CALL I 565-6897 LAND ZONED RE. 5 ACRES IN SECTION 27 WITH FANTASTIC VIEW OF THE VALLEY. CAN BE USED AS A SMALL ^RANCH EVES. CALL 565-6897. HOUSE ON 2 ACRES -r 3 bdrm. 2 BATH, MANY TREES LOCATED IN U^ BLACK MOUNTAIN COUNTRY CLUB AREA. EVES. CALL 565-6897 t •• comfany intwranc* buy in Anwrica l*4ayl 1229 Ariiono *m. 202 OFHCE HOURS: Tw*>. t HHin. 4 t* • p.m. Sot. 10 a.m. H I p.m. tm \t*%. Call 2t3-33S] or 1IJ-37M. 01 Ma 2 BDRM. APTSi CARPET, DRAs; STOVE RE. '• FRIGERATOR, AND STORAGE Children Welcome* PeU Alloweti.**'' SEE AD PG.^.^ \ BUCK MOUNtAli REALTY 5M-27 *' rcpresenthl Boulder City and HeaSr Jon2,4or3M7i;Sk for Jim "•'"^'^"^N.w.,H,.der.^,N.^ Tuesday. April 18.1978 HI.120D 6 A-dmeil" SiKilli Licensed Real Esute Brekw — W"i,_ HOMES ON THE GOLF COURSE! Nice this beautiful 3 bdr 2 bath home has been reduced to $79,900.00 Immediate occupancy. Only 9 years old. CONPO • ADULtS ONLY $39,000.06!! Immediate occupancy for 'his 2 bedroom condo in Boul der Square. EXECUTIVE CUSTOM, WITH AN UNBELIEVABLE VIEW!! This 4 acre esUte has a breat|itaking view of the C^ke 4 bedrooms, 2 bath, double garage with workshop. $275,000 00 Call for an appointment to lee this home. Many, many extras 4 BEDROOM. 1 BATH $39,900.00!! A older home in an eiUbllshed neighborhood. 3 6EDR00M, 2H BATH!! Cloae to Khool M lUepplag, $99,990.00 MOBILE HOAAES ADULTI ONLY rVRNISHED $l?j900.00 BXCEI.LENT BUY! • 1 52 in Ojngerwaod Well below Cost! Immedtta possession. Sec this one to appreaiata. WANT K MOBILE HOME INCLUPING A LOt?? ApUtTS ONLY! 2 bedroom, % bath on a lot io MounUle Vi(e Reedy (e move into $3S.8.0 ADULTS ONLY!' $18,900!! 14X702 bedroom, 2 bath in Gingerwood. Sava $1,600!! Many built in features. 2 BEDROOM, 2BATH, CHILDREN OK.!! 1977 24x40 new • includes awnings, ijurting %tA drive. 9MJ0000 BUSINESS OPfORUTNITIES BARBER SHOP3 chairs $l,g60.00Cash or lease. $350 per month. LOTS LiBGE LOT • VERY NEAR THE LAKE $32,500 00!! WE HAVE SEVERAL LOTS THAT WE CAN CUSTOM BUILD A HOME FOR YOUR NEEDS. ~.—THE DOME. ••••" tn-$27 OsMt la Ml* Nevada Ughwar, -irw DaM" reaU. Tom Friary 21190 Mel Duaaway 293^2438 Shirley Pkilllpa 293-1009 Sue Broadbent 293-1238 Lillian Collins 969-7991 Nancy Murphy 293-3292 Ed Harvey .....298-1937 G.A. "Curly" Smith 293-1996 BOULDER REALTY, LICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKER For Information Coll 293-3232 1. IDEAL LOCATION. Gracious living. Beautiful home close to everything. 4 bdrm., 2 bath, large lot, fruit trees, screened-in patio, automatic spdnklers. 2. A STEAL AT $39,900. 2 bdrm 1 bath, centrally located, close to everything Completely redecorated interior and hardwood floors. With 2 car garage. 3. UVE ON BOULDER CITY GOLF COURSE. 3 bdrm.. 2 bath, breath talcing view. 4 STARTER HOUSE. 2 bdrm., 1 bath, priced right for the cash buyer. 5. URGE FRONT YARD! 4 bdrm 2 bath, near • Boulder City Golf course. 'C 1978 Country Squire Mobiel Home. 2 bdr. 2 bath, garden tub. water softner, desert land'' tcapc, fully awned. 4 ton air conditioner. In adult park. 7. LIVE ON ONE OF BOULDER CITY'S shaded street*, super nice and clean 2 bdrm, 1 bath home. Giant fhiit trees in back yard, fireplace. Rick Shea „ 293-3209 W R (Winnie CUrk 293-2848 Pat Shuman „ -.293-1962 Tom Bryan — 293-3479 OiUoa Leaeberg ....293-2729 416 Nevada Highway Boulder City, Nevada 293-3232 1 • .•'•!•!•!•'•! • !• • %%% • • • /'*•*-*-•'•-*'*-•'*'*'" t6^4 kM MM. lat. inMhif ponviet.adr.rfawvmatai at*. CMtMl •M>M>>MNf.NMfMlW.$7SeM 199. Nmi. Call hMl eMw. M.|46. fcwn If MMMIp.ll>. win MORRELL [B REALTY lit NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION Custom Home 4 bdrms. W baths, 1900 sq. ft. on Vx acre. $72,500. MISSION HILLS LOTS -1 acre lots Call 565 8916 for information SECTION 27 % bdnn, W bath H acre lot 26 x 16 living room w-fireplace. Plush upgraded carpet. Zoned for horses. $55,600. HIOHUND Kiai • 3 bdrm \Vi bath. Large wilk • in closets 2 car garage ovei'stzed lot. Fenced back k sides. Roof turbines & tinted windows. $48,000. VACANT LOT ready to feild oo • Water, Power Sewer in.$9B00. CENTER STRSET LOT.60 100 Utilitle8in$6000 00 MOBILE HOME k LOT Double wide Completely fenced Garden. Many fruit trees. Like new inside & out 2 bdrm. Vk bath. Call Morrell Realty 66S • 8016 for details. 20 ACRES Near Paradise Valley Country Club. Excellent investment. Call Morrell for details. BAITSHOP k BAR. Ample Parking. Detailed infor' matlon at 969 • 8916. PAHRUMP We have 2-5 acre parcels w-water rights. $12,500 & $15,000. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY ON BOULDER HWY. Car lot k oiricc 2 stall repair shop, paint booth. Call 969-8918. POOL Price reduced in this 3 bdrm. 1 bath home in Tract II. Freplace in living room. Good area. $43,000, ZONED FOR FOR HORSES 4 bdrm 2 full baths near 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. ft. Could be used for ofTices or stores very nice little 2bdrm, home en rear of lot Has must Potential. Call Morrell for Ailallt.NEW LISTING • 2 bdrm. 1 bath w-family room added on Large .storage shed in rear. Feced Shows very well Call 565-8916. EXCELLENT BUY On This New 3 bdrm. l^* bath Fenced rear yard. $35,500 MOBILE HOME 2 bdrms IV* baths. Very near k Clean. Large lot. Excellent buy. With small down owner will carry paper. $27,000. 42 WATER STREH PH. 565-B916 SAND, GRAVEL, TOP BOIL LANDSCAPE BOCK. Call 29$-211t. B.C. lera luwAcaja aae i les-iiM. MOBILE HOME Se< ap Mw la GlaMrwood, aMl77aaMB^adHha. Ibr MvMfieatTMrai.' Igartlmi tab, aUrttog, 2 Bkc awnings, 4 Ion air, never beM Uved hi. Gold Key MoUle HoffMt. 45.2apL_t i^ MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT • t. 2 4 1 kdrai .. fara. ar uafura Head Trir Haven isi8PICIW.i4e9eSaa kllK,$7$. nNvK vWW# •mw tfP^R CfldV, $7S. atoylat alM *y. $80. b> akwlpjiL II98I Als having training prog ram each Wed night lisabelle's Bcsutv Salanij SMBIdr Hwyt$-9SS. FREE FILM OR CASH DISCOUNT ON ALL FILMS. PriBlcd aad devcUped at VAN'S NEVADA DRUG. BOULDER aTY. NV Need Single Female Exec Dtr. and House Parents For half way house in Reno area to open soon Director must have colleft dc|ree. Training will be givtn House parcma atul ke i ITi er alder witb ec iene^eM children Kiec Oportuaity For interviews call 965 • LOW DOWN • LIKE NEW; 2 bdrm, Ibth Hdn Area. Appraised at $31,000 plus $490. Principles only. Ph. 382-9062. DOES 'YOUR BATHROOM' NARLITE NEED REPLACING? Free Esllaiatcs,' $84-2191. Hdn. j PA SYSTEM k lK?t PLAYER k RECORDER Holds up to 7" Reels. Good condition $25 Ph 564-16*8. Call between 12 and 1. Hdn. r • I, • VEGAS TYPCWRITEI REPAIR 1841E. Sahara. Ua Vepi 1|V7$at Oar ipetlally used, rekaJll lypavrt. J^rs. gaiisfacilaa (ttaraalaot. GREAT BUY! Original 1971 Datsun 240Z, with vinyl roof. air cond 4 sp, rear window sunshade kit, 2 mag wheels, ski racks 4 8 track tape player. 642-7314. FOR RENT Boulder City 2 bdrm furn. apt. $260 mo. Adults section, 2934832. For rent, 2 bdrm atp. $239. mo. Carpet, refng, stove, drapes, are furnished. Call 293 3720 after 5 p.m. UTON n.CARRCTT Re/ILTV BROKER BIG STONE HOUSE X^jii bedroeiqa, 2 baths, ample basement with apartment, Ige. separate recreation bidg.. handy for shopping k schools; refrig. air and heat strips. Reduced price for quick sale. $69,900. Terms. • GOLF COURSE AREA Custom home. 3 bedroom. 2 bath, see through frpl., priced right. $73,950. CLOSE IN 1,960 Sq. Ft home with 3 bdrm, 24 bath extraspecial family room with wet bar. Heat pumps, handy for schools, walled back yard, roses, fruit trees. Terms • LUXURIOUS BEAUn Custom-built 4-bedroom home in quiet area, one of the best; large living rm. with stone fireplace, double deluxe drapes; superb kitchen, water softener; large garage finished for fam. rm., ample storage; well landscaped, automatic sprinklers, security alarm. 2 covered, carpeted patios with outside cooking facilities, organic garden, storage sheds; 2H baths • ON NEVADA HIWAY Established business building land or desired combination Estimated gross $150,000 per year. S-F-A-C-I-O-US Luxury home near golf course, over S600 square feet, 4 BR., 2^ bath, family room, wet bar, ganre room! BUY A LOT NEAI LAKE MEAD Wwal kh wds.n-iy$7 • wrt Hvd-291-2144 riBl^^

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Nndnon Hm Ntw*, H^ndtraen, Ncvodo PUT IT IN THE j. Basic Reolty Realtor 3 Army Street Henderton BIG VALUE BK; home 3,000 Sq. Ft big lot, 120' x260" Big carage 24' x 42' Big family room, big living room, fireplace and many other goodies. Zones for horses. 4 bdrm. 2\ ba in suburban Hend r DESERT TRIM SHOP Custom Upholstery 1680 Nev Hwy B C 293-4939 I |Autos, Furniture, Etc I JFREEEST.PU 4Del -An-I I tique Cars & St Rods a spe-l WE'RE HERE TO HELP) If there is any way we can assist you in the field of Real Estate, please don't hesitate to contact us at Basic Realty \ Herndon Smith, Broker cialty. 20 YRS EXPERIENCE ———————____J V^r^.'^>:UcV,^-^r SPRING CLEANING SPECIALS Sofa & Love Seat cleaned in your home for $35.00. Chaifs from only $10.00. Call for FREE estimate. Licensed and insured. 293-2772 HOME UPHOLSTERY CLEANERS .'• :•*-;,. '-'r;-:'-Vir;.^'-*' TWO BPRM APTS available Desert Gardens. 205 Randy Way Ph 5659051 Hdn CEMENT work all types and block walls, free e.slimatcs. Rea.sonable 457 • 9450 •74Chevy PU, 4 wheel drive, air low mileage, good cond. $4500 293-1582. EXrilllNCiD (arr*ntr-t. NOW RENTING • spaces in beautifnl all-adult Glngeribirood Mobile Park. Enjay ^arefree living with our solar healed iwimming pool, therapy pool, recreation hall, shuffleboard courts, planned rerreation. Etc. 293-1908. MUST SELL • brand new 12' wide deluxe Skyline mobile borne in Gingerwood Park 2 bdrm air, skirting, awnings, porch, desert landscape Completely furn. Only $16,990 Immed. occ 2934755 FOR SALE adorable 2 month old Yorkie Terrier, male AKC papers, perfect for stud $150 293 409S FOR SALE • Mobile home 8X43, 2 bdrm furni.shed. storage shed $4,000 2933140 APPLICATIONS are being ac cepted forteachers and aids in Chnstiiin Day Care Center. Come for interview Fri April 14 at 4 pm 805 Utah St, BC GUNS Buy. sell, trade Secur ^ Ity leathers We buy gold and silver The Pawn Shop 1212 N Boulder Hwy 584 2678 WEDDING CAKES Call Lil Caesars Pu'.eria 29.'V1100 B C. 293-1100 GALS!"If you're not becoming to him, you should be com• ing to me Call Kim for • YOIR free facial 56^6877, 6 to 10 pm HAVE PICKUP, WILL TRAVEL Can do most any job Yard work, light hauling, fence repair, most household repairs Call anjiime. 565 6389 Hdn. MM SERVICE Hatedj yman. carpentrv'. painting, j general repairs and! maintenance 293 3353 Nol need to worr>' call MI'R[ RAY' Experienced tow truck driver needed Must have tools 21 yrs or older Must live in or be willing to move to Henderson Apply at All American Auto, 1401 Athol. Hen derson r EXPERT SERVICE ALL MAKES k MODELS COLOR TV-STEREOJ SALES & SERVICE 2 W. PACIFIC Ur:lil ^age tO GUARANTEED REPAIR ALL MAKES Sewing Machines and Vacuum Cleaners. SORENSENS 500 Ave. C, EC. W3-3770. HAIRDRESSER wanted witji experience 293 2075 B C. AIR CONDITIONING ANb HEATING REPAIRS. Licensed. Ph. 361-8843 or 381-6SS2. DANCE THEATRI WEST STARS OF TOMORROW ARE KING BORN TODAY AT DANCE THEATRE WEST IMMEDIATE POSSESSION. New 24x52 BuckiAgham, by. Silver Crest. 2 bdrm, 2 bath, bonus room 2 awnings, skirting air, Alcan Siding, set up in Gingerwood $27,800 Gold Key, 458-2801. I.V J I PHILLIPS I RADIO & TV 1 Fer rent 1 2. A 3 bdrm trail ers $;)OtoS60wk Call 5657763 or 565 7141 Hdn FOR SALE Used appliances refrigerators,vac cleaners, washers dryers PORTER ELECTRIC INC 293 3838 Fer Sale Large family style table, S' loni and 3H' wide. good cond With 6 padded gold chairs 804 Avc F BC Afternoons and trenlngi SHEETROCKING TAPING k ACCOUSTICAL 585 6026 Hdn Wanted Lady for part lime o( • fice work Must have e ;i>erienre Call Kelly Glass, '£431 9302 Immediate occupancy' 3 bdrm, 2 bath Horse zoned hugh back yd, block wall, bndle path Highland Hills area Elec stove, dishwasher, disposal $400 mo. 1st, last. Call 565^7628 before 9 am or after 4pm HAIMTYUST WANTED Sta tions for rent 568-0396 Hdn. SMAU TIAIlIt for rent fk. M-OS0t For rent unfurn 2 bdrm duplex, no pets, retired coupl* preferred $100 depoilt, water pd range, rtfrig. drapes included 203'3000 HiNOHSON 17 Araiy Si. •OUIOHOTV 1404 Wycmlng S(. m. 2|.3677 Jaii-r^*trbfk ond la(lt i Storting a ] I up Free lessons In speed tufting 4 latch hook with your purchase of materials Rug Crafters in Sahara Square 1159 E Sahara Ph. 731 0118, ask about home group lessons. FOR SALE xl2 gold rug 828.; Dog shipping kennel 88.; Drop • in camping unit for van 8179.; Toaster oven 84.; Hair dryer 84.; washing machine 810,; lavatory 815; Sears vtility trailer $290.; Kitchen table $10 Call 293-4891 or 283-2023. YARD SALE Thurs. April 13. Eldorado Mobile Home Park. 700 Elm Sp No. 9 BC BeautlAil Lewis Home • Plan 300 for sale by the owner, 10 mos. old, excell. cond., 3 bdr. 2 bath. Assumption or conv. loan. Want June July CO E 1314 Elsa Way BC 293 5107 or 732 • 7730 Karen. $51,000. The Boulder City Recreation and Parks Department is now ac cepting applications for the following positions: Senior Life Guard $3.50 hr -40 hrs wkly 14 weeks Life Guard $300 hr Appros 35 hrs wkly-12 weeks Swim Tearr. Coach $75 wkly-approx 20 hrs wkly 12 w eks Diving Te im Coach 8T5 wkly-approx. 20 hrs. wkly-12 weeks Swim Pol! Maint Assist. $3 25 br.-40 hrs. wkly-l8 weeks Recreation Leadc^r $3.50 br -40 hrs. wkly-10 week.' Sports OOlcials (Youth and Adult leagues) wages and hours depends on leagues ofllciating Applications will be accepted until sufficient number of applica tions are received For further information contact: Boulder City Rerreation and Parks Department 900 Arizona Street Boulder City. Nevada 89005 Phone 293 3956 or 293-3784 Two Lasa Apso females One 7 months old and one 5 yrs AKC Call 293 4841 after 4 p m Kingsize waterbed headboard and heater, almost new mattress Cost $280 new. Sell for$150 Call 2934841 aftei 4 pm BEAUTIFUL VIEW LOT ON B C GOLF COURSE 6th green. 293-2512 or 873 5200. Fred Snyder Inexpensive room & bath or 1 bdrm apt from $35 wk. All Utilities paid. 565-8434. CAPEHART STEREO 8 track phono mikes, exercycle, Oster blende(^ signer portable Sperti sunlamp. Rival meat grinder, Judson Mag neto Air purifier, 6 qt Pres.sure cooker. RCA hiw TV. misc like new 293 2280 2bdrm mobile home. 12x60in Gingerwood park, porch, alum shed, desert land scaping, skirled, patio and carport awnings 1977 model, like new Call alter 5 pm 293 4813 FOR SALE -thoroughbred quarter horse, gelding, sorrel. Very, very gentle and well trained $490 283 2621. INCOME TAX' See John D. Higley a professional accountant, by appt only Now his 4th yr serving Hender son & Boulder City residents 1400 Wyoming, B C. Call now at 293 2323 (N, lull timo, •WMn thKl Smoll frttndly kn^ital MnclDt Si l*M d* Umo 5M-26J3, Hntniwl NEW 2 bedroom unfurnished apt Refng stove washer dryer No Pets. Ph. 458 4150 House for sale: Real nice neighborhood 1832 sq ft. lots of extras, assume V A. S^t loan to mortgage $59,500 Call after 5. 565-7857 Would like to sell 15X25 Doughboy pool 4 ft deep Has dual filter system, swing up ladder and pool deck Needs new liner $300 or belt offer 565-7657 NUISIS AlOfS AMiiotltKI *r Oti Hall. Up w'^vn*. H, any inlormaticn, contMl Mrt. rrNt • S*S-I74I HELP WANTED Furniture experience Ph 565^8648. Learn to drive v^'ilh Las Vegas School of Driving Specializing in ner\ous & handicapped persons All ages Day i evening instruction Free home pickup. 7327684 Backhoe & Front Loader work done Reasonable rates or will trade for brick work, or carpet laying 585 • 8631 Karate Classes & Rapc^ Ptaventloh (Hasses Jaycees Lodge Major <( Van Wagenen S McNealiB.UHamiter, Instructors Masonry Work Brick block and Stone 643 8306 FOR SALE MOBILE HOME. 12X80 on 80X100 lot with trees fWwers. Isrge porch A awDing, 2 sheds. A C A cooler, Valley View Estates, 1608 Cedar Dr 293 3098 WANTED TO RENT unfr house, retired couple Excellent BC ref Will paint, repair for reasonable reat 283^1*22 ACUPUNCTURE • ArthrltU, barsltis, mlgraiBC. asthma, allergy, stroke, sciatica, sians, gaat, prostate. 7$I-Tt42. Turn your hobby into profit by selling needlecraft. 5645409 FOR RENT • Kitchenettes. $20 wk. UtUiUes paid. Shad) Rest' MotaL S65-7688. • -y ... — — __HOUSE PAINTING quality brush work, special $200 labor Prep paint and trim average house exterior. 293-4956 Open House, Fri Sat Sun 3 bdrm 2 full bath, attractively decorated Chism home, sliding windows and screened patio Balance power, self cleaning oven Roof turbins. auto sprinklers, fruit trees and decorative shrubs, 1203 Arapaho Way B C By owner RETIRED insurance co office manager desires part time BC or Hend cashier, casino, hotel desk, florist or nursery job Please contact Marguariite Renaud at 293-4831 For rent Beauty shop 2130 S. Boulder Highway 565-9985 or 565-9712 K>l Mlf: '47 VW CnymbM •. friftratM, rdi, 1*^ dMk, iwH rM( rvk, 4 llrM On-M nU. % • O7014 }.I7|. 14 HI. teaSJ7I aflw 4(clKk •• 479 Wa*w S. '75 Winnebago Brave 10,000 actual miles 440 Dodge Roof air, cruise control, AM PM Stereo CB radio, aux. gas tank, roof carrier. Like new Sleeps 6. Call 969-7628 before nine A after 3. All day wecktnds Tuesday, April 18,1978 FOR RESULTS f "KUfcivenf 1 • HOMES •ACREAGE •COMMERCIAL 125 W. LAKE MEAD DR. HCNDERSON,. NEVADA REALTORS 565-8947 COMMERCIAL PROPERTY COMMERCIAL PROPERTV SITUATED ON Q. BOULDER HIGHWAY IN AREA CLOSE TO THE i NEW SITE OF K. MART. GREAT POTENTIAL FOR < BASKIN&ROBINS,CARWASH.ETC.EVES.CALL I 565-6897 LAND ZONED RE. 5 ACRES IN SECTION 27 WITH FANTASTIC VIEW OF THE VALLEY. CAN BE USED AS A SMALL ^RANCH EVES. CALL 565-6897. HOUSE ON 2 ACRES -r 3 bdrm. 2 BATH, MANY TREES LOCATED IN U^ BLACK MOUNTAIN COUNTRY CLUB AREA. EVES. CALL 565-6897 t •• comfany intwranc* buy in Anwrica l*4ayl 1229 Ariiono *m. 202 OFHCE HOURS: Tw*>. t HHin. 4 t* • p.m. Sot. 10 a.m. H I p.m. tm \t*%. Call 2t3-33S] or 1IJ-37M. 01 Ma 2 BDRM. APTSi CARPET, DRAs; STOVE RE. '• FRIGERATOR, AND STORAGE Children Welcome* PeU Alloweti.**'' SEE AD PG.^.^ \ BUCK MOUNtAli REALTY 5M-27 *' rcpresenthl Boulder City and HeaSr Jon2,4or3M7i;Sk for Jim "•'"^'^"^N.w.,H,.der.^,N.^ Tuesday. April 18.1978 HI.120D 6 A-dmeil" SiKilli Licensed Real Esute Brekw — W"i,_ HOMES ON THE GOLF COURSE! Nice this beautiful 3 bdr 2 bath home has been reduced to $79,900.00 Immediate occupancy. Only 9 years old. CONPO • ADULtS ONLY $39,000.06!! Immediate occupancy for 'his 2 bedroom condo in Boul der Square. EXECUTIVE CUSTOM, WITH AN UNBELIEVABLE VIEW!! This 4 acre esUte has a breat|itaking view of the C^ke 4 bedrooms, 2 bath, double garage with workshop. $275,000 00 Call for an appointment to lee this home. Many, many extras 4 BEDROOM. 1 BATH $39,900.00!! A older home in an eiUbllshed neighborhood. 3 6EDR00M, 2H BATH!! Cloae to Khool M lUepplag, $99,990.00 MOBILE HOAAES ADULTI ONLY rVRNISHED $l?j900.00 BXCEI.LENT BUY! • 1 52 in Ojngerwaod Well below Cost! Immedtta possession. Sec this one to appreaiata. WANT K MOBILE HOME INCLUPING A LOt?? ApUtTS ONLY! 2 bedroom, % bath on a lot io MounUle Vi(e Reedy (e move into $3S.8.0 ADULTS ONLY!' $18,900!! 14X702 bedroom, 2 bath in Gingerwood. Sava $1,600!! Many built in features. 2 BEDROOM, 2BATH, CHILDREN OK.!! 1977 24x40 new • includes awnings, ijurting %tA drive. 9MJ0000 BUSINESS OPfORUTNITIES BARBER SHOP3 chairs $l,g60.00Cash or lease. $350 per month. LOTS LiBGE LOT • VERY NEAR THE LAKE $32,500 00!! WE HAVE SEVERAL LOTS THAT WE CAN CUSTOM BUILD A HOME FOR YOUR NEEDS. ~.—THE DOME. ••••" tn-$27 OsMt la Ml* Nevada Ughwar, -irw DaM" reaU. Tom Friary 21190 Mel Duaaway 293^2438 Shirley Pkilllpa 293-1009 Sue Broadbent 293-1238 Lillian Collins 969-7991 Nancy Murphy 293-3292 Ed Harvey .....298-1937 G.A. "Curly" Smith 293-1996 BOULDER REALTY, LICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKER For Information Coll 293-3232 1. IDEAL LOCATION. Gracious living. Beautiful home close to everything. 4 bdrm., 2 bath, large lot, fruit trees, screened-in patio, automatic spdnklers. 2. A STEAL AT $39,900. 2 bdrm 1 bath, centrally located, close to everything Completely redecorated interior and hardwood floors. With 2 car garage. 3. UVE ON BOULDER CITY GOLF COURSE. 3 bdrm.. 2 bath, breath talcing view. 4 STARTER HOUSE. 2 bdrm., 1 bath, priced right for the cash buyer. 5. URGE FRONT YARD! 4 bdrm 2 bath, near • Boulder City Golf course. 'C 1978 Country Squire Mobiel Home. 2 bdr. 2 bath, garden tub. water softner, desert land'' tcapc, fully awned. 4 ton air conditioner. In adult park. 7. LIVE ON ONE OF BOULDER CITY'S shaded street*, super nice and clean 2 bdrm, 1 bath home. Giant fhiit trees in back yard, fireplace. Rick Shea „ 293-3209 W R (Winnie CUrk 293-2848 Pat Shuman „ -.293-1962 Tom Bryan — 293-3479 OiUoa Leaeberg ....293-2729 416 Nevada Highway Boulder City, Nevada 293-3232 1 • .•'•!•!•!•'•! • !• • %%% • • • /'*•*-*-•'•-*'*-•'*'*'" t6^4 kM MM. lat. inMhif ponviet.adr.rfawvmatai at*. CMtMl •M>M>>MNf.NMfMlW.$7SeM 199. Nmi. Call hMl eMw. M.|46. fcwn If MMMIp.ll>. win MORRELL [B REALTY lit NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION Custom Home 4 bdrms. W baths, 1900 sq. ft. on Vx acre. $72,500. MISSION HILLS LOTS -1 acre lots Call 565 8916 for information SECTION 27 % bdnn, W bath H acre lot 26 x 16 living room w-fireplace. Plush upgraded carpet. Zoned for horses. $55,600. HIOHUND Kiai • 3 bdrm \Vi bath. Large wilk • in closets 2 car garage ovei'stzed lot. Fenced back k sides. Roof turbines & tinted windows. $48,000. VACANT LOT ready to feild oo • Water, Power Sewer in.$9B00. CENTER STRSET LOT.60 100 Utilitle8in$6000 00 MOBILE HOME k LOT Double wide Completely fenced Garden. Many fruit trees. Like new inside & out 2 bdrm. Vk bath. Call Morrell Realty 66S • 8016 for details. 20 ACRES Near Paradise Valley Country Club. Excellent investment. Call Morrell for details. BAITSHOP k BAR. Ample Parking. Detailed infor' matlon at 969 • 8916. PAHRUMP We have 2-5 acre parcels w-water rights. $12,500 & $15,000. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY ON BOULDER HWY. Car lot k oiricc 2 stall repair shop, paint booth. Call 969-8918. POOL Price reduced in this 3 bdrm. 1 bath home in Tract II. Freplace in living room. Good area. $43,000, ZONED FOR FOR HORSES 4 bdrm 2 full baths near 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. ft. Could be used for ofTices or stores very nice little 2bdrm, home en rear of lot Has must Potential. Call Morrell for Ailallt.NEW LISTING • 2 bdrm. 1 bath w-family room added on Large .storage shed in rear. Feced Shows very well Call 565-8916. EXCELLENT BUY On This New 3 bdrm. l^* bath Fenced rear yard. $35,500 MOBILE HOME 2 bdrms IV* baths. Very near k Clean. Large lot. Excellent buy. With small down owner will carry paper. $27,000. 42 WATER STREH PH. 565-B916 SAND, GRAVEL, TOP BOIL LANDSCAPE BOCK. Call 29$-211t. B.C. lera luwAcaja aae i les-iiM. MOBILE HOME Se< ap Mw la GlaMrwood, aMl77aaMB^adHha. Ibr MvMfieatTMrai.' Igartlmi tab, aUrttog, 2 Bkc awnings, 4 Ion air, never beM Uved hi. Gold Key MoUle HoffMt. 45.2apL_t i^ MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT • t. 2 4 1 kdrai .. fara. ar uafura Head Trir Haven isi8PICIW.i4e9eSaa kllK,$7$. nNvK vWW# •mw tfP^R CfldV, $7S. atoylat alM *y. $80. b> akwlpjiL II98I Als having training prog ram each Wed night lisabelle's Bcsutv Salanij SMBIdr Hwyt$-9SS. FREE FILM OR CASH DISCOUNT ON ALL FILMS. PriBlcd aad devcUped at VAN'S NEVADA DRUG. BOULDER aTY. NV Need Single Female Exec Dtr. and House Parents For half way house in Reno area to open soon Director must have colleft dc|ree. Training will be givtn House parcma atul ke i ITi er alder witb ec iene^eM children Kiec Oportuaity For interviews call 965 • LOW DOWN • LIKE NEW; 2 bdrm, Ibth Hdn Area. Appraised at $31,000 plus $490. Principles only. Ph. 382-9062. DOES 'YOUR BATHROOM' NARLITE NEED REPLACING? Free Esllaiatcs,' $84-2191. Hdn. j PA SYSTEM k lK?t PLAYER k RECORDER Holds up to 7" Reels. Good condition $25 Ph 564-16*8. Call between 12 and 1. Hdn. r • I, • VEGAS TYPCWRITEI REPAIR 1841E. Sahara. Ua Vepi 1|V7$at Oar ipetlally used, rekaJll lypavrt. J^rs. gaiisfacilaa (ttaraalaot. GREAT BUY! Original 1971 Datsun 240Z, with vinyl roof. air cond 4 sp, rear window sunshade kit, 2 mag wheels, ski racks 4 8 track tape player. 642-7314. FOR RENT Boulder City 2 bdrm furn. apt. $260 mo. Adults section, 2934832. For rent, 2 bdrm atp. $239. mo. Carpet, refng, stove, drapes, are furnished. Call 293 3720 after 5 p.m. UTON n.CARRCTT Re/ILTV BROKER BIG STONE HOUSE X^jii bedroeiqa, 2 baths, ample basement with apartment, Ige. separate recreation bidg.. handy for shopping k schools; refrig. air and heat strips. Reduced price for quick sale. $69,900. Terms. • GOLF COURSE AREA Custom home. 3 bedroom. 2 bath, see through frpl., priced right. $73,950. CLOSE IN 1,960 Sq. Ft home with 3 bdrm, 24 bath extraspecial family room with wet bar. Heat pumps, handy for schools, walled back yard, roses, fruit trees. Terms • LUXURIOUS BEAUn Custom-built 4-bedroom home in quiet area, one of the best; large living rm. with stone fireplace, double deluxe drapes; superb kitchen, water softener; large garage finished for fam. rm., ample storage; well landscaped, automatic sprinklers, security alarm. 2 covered, carpeted patios with outside cooking facilities, organic garden, storage sheds; 2H baths • ON NEVADA HIWAY Established business building land or desired combination Estimated gross $150,000 per year. S-F-A-C-I-O-US Luxury home near golf course, over S600 square feet, 4 BR., 2^ bath, family room, wet bar, ganre room! BUY A LOT NEAI LAKE MEAD Wwal kh wds.n-iy$7 • wrt Hvd-291-2144 riBl^^

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! • "*" Of i MODEL BLUE BOOK YOUR PRICE NEW CARS NEW TRUCKS NEW IMPORTS USED CARS BRAND NEW 1978 MONZA TOWN COUPE ^3452 BRAND NEW 1978 CHEVY PICKUP 'A TON 3988 BRAND NEW 1978 LE CAR ^ ^ LEASe No. 2171 BUY OR LEASE 13fi month open end lease on approved credit 'otal down S279 01 includes list monthly payment. S90 00 relunIdable security deposit and contract I lease lee SJ204 36 total payment Iwithoul purchase option Initial value |S3688 00 Responsible for di(llerence, il any. between wtiolesale lvalue at termination and residual lvalue oi SI750 00 Lessee election to jierminate subtect to applicable Icha'ges ^PERMO. No. 17137 IBRAND NEW 1978 NOVA 2DRI ^3653 "*^' BUYDR LEASE BRAND NEW CUSTOM CHEVY VAN DISCOUNTED 2000 RALLY 3684 No. 2192 BUY BRAND NEW 1978 CAMARO ^4250 BUY OR LE Mo. 41 es USEDTRUCKSGALORE!! WODEL BLUE BOOK YOUR PRICE 70 CHfVY EL CAMINO N. 4M) No 2226 BUY OR LEASE IBRAND NEW 1978 MONTE CARLOI M688 74 COURIER TRUCK No. 4S74 71 FORD F-2S0 No. 4M4 76 CHEVY LUV N. 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Gee if Dr. Jim French were still alive to enjoy it ail ~ he wos so proud of Corole. (Well print the date and channel afore it shows in May). Never in all our 30 years has the green corpet of the desert hereabouts boon so lush. We loom it is every family's must on weekends this month going out in off • rood places to enjoy this rarity God has gifted us with this spring. When the state's coaches picked their all • stole bosketball teams recently Boulder's kids grobbed some mighty fine honors, tops of which wos Player of the Year in Clou AA where Kirk Hofen was named. He alone with Dove Greenberg won positions on the firt teom and Joy Booth mode second loom. This is what ^^k^^^m^^k^K^ A k^MOftA A^^^hJoK M^^e^^a AA vwyvffiv 9 nvfffiv wwwn wws iv rood about its high school athletes. And there'll be more os both Bosic and loulder foce into tfw future. Toddy Fenton H ohvoys coming up with somolMng unusuol. This tinto she wmmoged thnf our o^ fico files and omenfl ether eld itonw dug out o copy of my U. ef Vlfiecensin tronMHpt... the record of How you did in oN your couffos C*lt M PlfC < See^'NOUr* $42 Million Improvement Program Discussed \ five-year capital improvements program totalling over $42 million, was studied by the city council Tuesday night, given tentative approval, and sentgLO the city planning comnftlslon for further study. A formal public hearing will be held on the program which would be funded through revenue bonds, and if the schedule is followed there will be a public vote on Sept. 12 Nov. 7. The 91 projects included in the improvement program includes additional water facilities throughout the city, sewer projects, storm drain projects, public buildings and facilities, heavy equipment purchase, fire department projects, police department projects, and parks department projects. Some of the projects are expected to receive aid with federal fUnds, however, after two years, the city administration did not include federal funding because it is not known if the funds will be available. Public Works Director Jeff Billingsley said the priorities may have to be changed due to growth in the area and Public Safety Director Bob Anselmo said this would apply to future construction of fire stations. The growth of the Green Valley area may put a permanent station there, he said. Planning Director Bob Gordon explained the program to the council and said the priorities would have to be siet by the council. HARRY REID "I wont a future for Southern Nevado that will be as good to my children as it has been to me. Rotary Hears Goming Commission CJioirman Firefighters Uniioppy WItli Two Mm Station Concept By Mary Stafford "There is no place, including Searchlight, that feels more like home to me than Henderson," Harry Reid Basic High graduate, former Lt. Governor of Nevada and Chairman of the Nevada Gaming Commission-told Henderson Rotarians at their meeting this week. Reid, who spoke to the group about his year old position with the Commission said "I never did really appreciate the infludence of gaming in Nevada until last year. "Members of the legislature should spend a few weeks with the gaming commission to understand more about it," the former assemblyman noted. Reid gave a short history of gaming in Nevada saying that in its early days the state suffered more than any other fi-omlackofindustrysothatin 1932 two laws were passed, the divorce law and.the open gaming law. At that time gaming enforcement was done by the tax commission. Today there is a Gaming Control Board with divisions which conduct the investigations, auditing and enforcement plus securities, statistics and new games divisions. However, anything the Control Board does must come before the Gaming Commission for final approval. He went on to explain there are five commissioners, four from the Southern part of the state and one from the Northern section, three are Republicans and two Democrats. "Gaming is changing in many different ways," Reid said "such as foreign gaming outside the state. Other jurisdictions are looking at open gaming." (ROTARYHEARS) SnP.2 Claiming two men to man the new portable fire station would be "unsafe working conditions," Don Griffie, president of the Firefighters Local 1883 appealed to the city council Monday night to reconsider the administation's proposal. "You listen, you analyze. You're the ones who pay the bucks," he said to the council. The new fire station, to be located in Valley View next to the Boys' Club, is anticipated for completion by July 1. The administration is expected to increase the staffing of the fire department by four with the new station to be manned by two men and a minipumper fire engine! "No where in any of thes^ books," said Griffie holding up several thick volumes of books "does it say anything about manning a station with just two men. There should be a minimum of three in each station." ^ Griffie went on to give some statistics pointing out that out of 365 days in the year, on 180 days the fire department was one man short indicating that more than four men need to be hired. He also asked "how come Henderson doesn't have paramedics?" City Manager Bob Campbell commented that the door to his office has always been open to any problems the fire department or any other department might have. "There seems to be a divergence of opinion over whom is running the fire department," he said. "We have reason to believe it will work come July 1." Griffie said the union might be forced to take the matter to the EMRB (Employee Management Relations Board.) By Lorna Kestersen Henderson is bock in the running for funding for a Community College and the Nevada tJnivenity Board of Regents Chairman James "Bucky" Buchanan feels they will "get it on" this time. Buchanan said he hod discussed the issue with Governor Mike O'Callaghan and some of the legislators and they are recommending a campus in Fallon and Henderson. He said he tras net received his copy ef the Tadlock Associates, Inc. report on the Community College survey, but he believes tite report will not recommend the West Charleston campus. If Henderson does get funding for the Community College, it will probably be constructed on approximately 80 acres near Horizon Drive which hat l>een set aside by the city for that purpose. Buchanan said he had been approached by a group that believes federal funding could be received for a park on part ef the acreage. The Board of Regents will meet Friday at 1:30 p.m. in Reno to discuss the funding requests. Community leaders in Henderson hove been working to try to get a campus in Henderson. At the present time Community college classes ore being taught in several locations in Henderson and enrollment increases each semester. Police Loolcing For Dog Abuser Here Police are looking for a possible witness to the mutilation of a dog which came home to its master at the Midway Trailer park with a splil nose which required 200 stitches to repair. Police Captain Jim GofTsaid he did not see how the dog ever made it home because its nose had been split open up to between the eyes. Goff said the German Shepherd dog had been hit on the snout with a tool or knife or machete. "I believe it is a case of animal abuse," Goff said. "If there are any witnesses I would like them to contact me at the police department." Goff said the incident happened on April 15. 4