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1978-05-16 - Henderson Home News

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1978-05-16 - Henderson Home News
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s Basic Golf Team Wins State RECEIVED \ / • The Basic High School Men's golf team captured for the first time the Nevada AAA golf championship held Black Mountain Golf cor on Friday. ^ Russell Sloan of Basi the Wolves to victory b ning first in the indiv., standings with an even-par 72. The Wolves had a total of 396 strokes, beating by four strokes Western High School and Reno High School that were tied for spcond olace. Wolves' Darryl Potter finished with 77 to place sixth and Tom Smith had an 80 to place 14th. ^'jv ''•;'n. a 16 year old junior, ''•ra^'^'te /" olaying golf 'Or, '^'i t.,^'*>''/4>...^"ars, 'y^ 'Ar;^> ions. Basic coach u^. kiewicz said the "hon.c course" advantage at Black Mountain really made very little difference in the final results, and the main reason his team won was that "They all played vefy tough. The coach said Basic should be tough again next year as only two players, seniors Skip Tabar and Darryl Potter, leave the team after this season. Back next year will be Sloan, Ed Thurow, Luke LaPorta and Smith, who will be ^ sophomore next year. Police Arrest Suspect On Burglary Charge When Karen Elliott, one of the owners of J and K Pharmacy on Pacific Street, stayed at the shop to work late Saturday night, she didn't anticipate a visitor at 12:20 a.m. According to Police, Mrs. Elliott said she heard noises and they seemed to come from the cooler vents. When debris starting dropping out of the vents she called police. When police arrived they spotted a suspect running across the roof, dropping to the ground between the Continental Telephone building and Lyons Hardware store. He ran towards the back of the property and found himself fenced in. Arrested for burglary and possible burglary tool possession was Charles D. Gonzales, 22 of939 Center Street. STATE CHAMPIONS • Basic High's Men's golf team are shewn right after capturing the Nevada AAA Golf championship last Friday. From left to right are Darryl Potter, Luke LaPorta, Tom Smith, Ed Thurow, Russell Sloan, Skip Tabar and Coach Dennis Smuskiewicz. WITH WEEKLY SHOPPERS WHICH INCLUDE MERCHANTS' MESSAGES THAT SERVE ALL 10,000 HOMES IN THE HENDERSON-BOULDER CITY AREA. Our 30th Yeor 40th Edition HENDERSON. NEVADA PHOIVE 564-1881-All Departments i: Tuesday, May 16, 1978 PRICE 15 CENTS Public Hearings Set By Plonners Public hearings on four different matters will be held at the city planning commission Wed. at 8 p.m. in the city planning commission chambers, according to Bob Gordon, planning director. The public hearings will be held on an application from Terry D. Smith, 1301 Palm St., for a use permit to repair motorcycles at his home; from Richard Gross, 1700 E. Desert Inn Road, for a zone change from R-1 to R-3 of approximately 29 acres in section 5; on a request from Walter L. Gardner, president of the Bingo Barn, Inc., for a use' permit to conduct gaming at 1545 No. Boulder Highway; and on a request from Vera Love, president of Kathwend, for a zone change from R-R to TE-H of approximately 20 acres in section.33. Architectural review of a bingo barn to be located at 1545 No. Boulder Highway, will be discussed by the Planners. Tentative map review will be made of three subdivisions, Lewis Homes of Henderson in Section 27; City View Terrace in section 24, and Casa Linda, Unit No. 10, in section 17. A discussion on a planned unit development for condominium in section 5, will be held, along with a discussion on division of state lands training sessions June 12. Architectural review will be made of a request from Robert Swadell for review of car wash sign at 151 Sunset Road. Peslty Computer An electronics problem is causing difficulties at the intersection of Boulder Highway and Lake Mead Drive, and Public Works Director Jeff Billingsley said they may have to send computer boards Compdv SM P^ 2 'OLD VEGAS' PLANS MID-SUMMER OPENING OLD VEGAS CONTRUCTION •• Old Vegas, a family oriented western theme pork depicting the colorful history of Southern Nevada, is now under construction on the Boulder Highway south of Henderson. Above is an artists rendering of how the park will look when finished. The $2.5 million project is scheduled to open this summer. Police Need Help HentJersoii Safety Patrol Not Police Affiliated in Missing Equipfflent Henderson police are asking assistance of anyone who might have seen a large piece of road equipment being loaded up between noon on May 13 or through 7 a.m..>Iay 15. According to police the road equipment was located on West Victory and Van Wagenen and is valued at $14,445 Police said it would have to have been loaded onto a truck and hauled away. It was described as a 1977 yellow Case Tractor with blue wheels, a front loader and a back scraper. It is owned by Blythestone Equip and was being used by Las Vegas Paving for road work on Victory Road. Anyone who might have information on the loader is asked to contact the Henderson police department. The Henderson Police Department would like to inform members of the community that a local CB group known as the Henderson Safety Patrol has been representing itself as being affiliated with the Henderson Police Department. The Henderson Police have no afniiation whatsoever with this group. It has been reported that they are stopping cars for traffic violations. This group has no police powers, and may possibly be abusing their right to have amber colored lights on their vehicles. Also, it has been reported that they are contacting various businesses in an effort to contract for security type work. The group is not licensed for this, either. Any member of the community who is stopped for traffic offenses, or contacted concerning security, are requested to please contact the on-duty Police Lieutenant at 565-8933, Ext. 21. 'Have to be Unified' Chamber Members Told "We're all a community together ... and we have to be unified," Tim Carlson, Director of the Nevada Development Authority told members of the Chamber of Commerce at their monthly meeting last week. Carlson has just recently been appointed director of the organization which he said "has been around for a number of years." "It is about 23 years old but just became known as NDA in 1973," he explained. "The purpose of the NDA is to promote good clean relationships. We're all a community together and the key word is timing. The time is coming near to increase industrial diversity." Carlson admitted that in the past the attitude of the NDA had not always been helpful to other communities but pledged to work in any way possible to help with development in Henderson. North Las Vegas and Boulder City. He explained that the NDA is paid to sell a situation item and "we don't do a job without you as salesmen. "If someone comes up to you and asks you what you think of Sn tMiiif PiQB 2 Construction of Phase I of Old Vegas, a family oriented theme park to be located on the Boulder Highway near Henderson, is proceeding rapidly toward a mid summer completion. The $2.5 million western park recreating the colorful history of Southern Nevada is being built by Old West Corp. Old West Corp., is the parent company of Old Tuscon, the famous Arizona tourist attraction and movie locale. Old Vegas is also being designed to 4KCommodate movie and television productions. Plans call for a 12,000 square foot motion picture sound stage at the Henderson park. The western streets of Old Vegas were laid out by a noted Hollywood artist and great care is being taken to insure the historical authenticity of Las Vegas as it began and as it grew. Work is new nearing completion on the "Mormon Fort", which will dominate Old Vegas from the highway. Visitors will enter by crossing over a wooden plank bridge which spans the waters of "Las Vegas Stream". The fort will house a historical museum, sutlers store, rip • roaring "Hondo Casino" and other glimpses of life in the old west. A big grand opening celebration is planned for Old Vegas this sunimer. Plans will be released soon outlining events and dates for the opening. Within a few days, movers will transport building from the original El Rancho Vegas Hotel to the Old Vegas site. The El Rancho buildings will be incorporated as o part of the restoration of Las Vegas as it looked many years ago. In addition, an antique railrood cor will be delivered and installed on the site. The car will be used as offices for Old Vegas personnel. Old Vegas was designed by Robert Shelten, president of Old West Corp., and master planned by LARC of Dallos, Tex Principal architects for the development or* Wells, Tote ond Komiedy ol Los Vegos.

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Hnd*ren Homt Nw*, Htndtfion, Nvodo ZutWoy, May 16, 1971 Prom Royalty Announced For Basic High School 1' Tracy Burr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Burr, was named senior class prom ueen and Kathy Daskas. aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Daskas. was named junior prom queen from the junior .senior prom Saturday. May 20 from 7:30 to 9:30 at the Elks Lodge in Las Vegas. ".Always and Forever." will be the theme of the dance which will be held at 900 Las Vegas Boulevard North. Escorting Miss Burr to the dance will be Hector Trejo, and escorting Miss Daskas to Urifisd Com From Ptys 1 your community, you're going to have to tell them. You're going to have to help sell your community." Several large corporations are looking at the Southern Nevada area ,for possible locations. Carlson said, and they will be going around the community talking with the people. He said that corporation officials who have visited Southern Nevada have come to realize that the area is more than the image most of the country has of Las Vegas. It is made up of nice homes in the communities. churches, schools, more that just a gambling and entertainment center. Carlson told the membership that ND.A is made up of a Board of Directors, each member with a specific job to do .should prospective businesses show an interest in locating development in this area Their financing is derived from donations from the membership and others and they received this past year $20,000 from the county, $14,000 from the City of Las Vegas and $54,000 from the state They expect to get about a 30 per cent total increase from their revenue sources for next year's budget. Assistont District Engineer Retires Wilford Robiton Wilford E Robison, assistant district engineer and a 32 year veteran with Nevada Highway Department retired May 9, it was announced this week by District Engineer Keith Layton Starting with a survey crew in 1946. Robison worked all o^er the state, then was elevated to resident engineer 10 years later with another 12 years spent in statewide service. He was assistant district engineer in Reno for a few months in 1968 then moved to Las Vegas as resident engineer early in 1969. Robison was appointed assistant district engineer in charge of construction here in mid 1969 and held that position until retirement He resides in Henderson with his wife^cqueline the dance will be Tom TuU. Attendants for the senior queen will be Roxanne Herwick.daughterofMr.andMrs. R. Willard Herwick. She will be escorted by Russell Stacey. Attendant JoLynn Lauten, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julian Rosales, will be escorted by Wade Snowden. Attendant Denlse Lowe, daughter of Robert Lowe, will be escorted by Curtis Honey. Attendant Barbara Stevens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Clark, will be escorted by Frank Gines. Attendants for the junior queen include Heather Hillstead. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George T. Hillstead. and she will be escorted by Can^eron Hillstead. Attendant Renee Matheny, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Matheny, will be escorted by Russell Cassedy. Attendant Kelley McGinty, daughter of Mr. and Mr. Tom McGinty, will lie escorted by Larry O'dell. ;^ ., Attendant Jei-ry Newcomb, daughter of Mp' and Mrs. Jerry Newcomb, wilil be escorted by Adrian Clark. 'Action People' Bv Flo Raymond M i • • tr^** Vv^:^^'' HARRY CARTWRIGHT Just brought some Senior Citizens home transporting them in his Mini Bus which is owned and operated through Growth Opportunities. Inc. Father Caesar Caviglia of St. Peter's Church was responsible for obtaining a Federal grant for this operation. Harr>' Cartwright is our oldest "Action Person" to be honored. He is seventysix years of age but looks a good ten years younger. "I just couldn't retire completely," Harry stressed, "and when I was given the opprtunity to drive the bus, I was mostgriteful!" Harry has been driving the bus since 1974 and looks forward to his daily schedule of bringing the seniors over to the Center for lunch, or picking them up for shopping. "Everyone just loves Harry," states Senior Center Coordinator Edna Deardoff, "and he is so obliging to each and every person!" Mr. Cartwright was born in Chicago, spent his student years there and left at the age of thirty one. He moved to California and worked as a HeavyDuty Truck Driver until 1942 when he moved to the State of Nevada to work in the war effort lending his talents to the magnesium mines. He remained in mining after the war and came to Henderson in 1952 to work as a Kiln Superintendent for Maganese, Inc. which was under government contract. The job expired in 1961 whereupon Harry reactiviated his Teamster Union card and resumed trucking in the Lumber Industry in 1962. He retired in 1973 and didn't let too many days pass before he joined with the Mini bus Transportation for Senior Citizens. He is spending his "September" years with his wife of many years, Edmina. The Cartwrights have twoadultchildren.JacquelynDillard of Henderson, and Rodley Cartwright residing in Illinois. "I've enjoyed fishing and hunting in days gone by," Harry mentioned, "but now it has narrowed down to gardening and my grandchildren I see them every day and look forward to what each new day will bring." Harry referred to his grandchildren Kurtis Age 13 (who delivers for the HENDERSON HOME NEWS), and Kelly • Age 6. His other grandchild lives in Illinois. Harry has belonged to the Masonic Order for Tifty years and was the former Master of the Henderson Masonic Lodge. Edmina is a member of the Eastern Star and Harry served as past Patron of the Eastern Star The Cartwrights attend the Methodist Church. Harry is proud of his stamp collection, his cooking abilities, and is a Member of the Henderson Senior Citizens. "What is my basic philosophy?" Harry concluded "Live and let live isn't that the way it should be? .V/* .>' Phyllis Zander to Attend VFW Confab Planning Patriotic and Service programs for Nevada and, ^-million VFW Auxiliary members throughout the Nation is the important assignment of Mrs. Phyllis Zander, 557 Federal Street. Mrs. Zander, Nevada State Auxiliary Senior Vice President, will join Senior Vice Presidents from every State in a National Leadership Conference, May 26-27. Plaza Hilton Inn, Kansas City, Missouri. The Conference will prepare State Senior Vice Presidents (to be elected State Presidents in June) for administering the programs in 6.800 local Auxiliaries; One of the Nation's greatest patriotic and inspirational PHYLUS ZANDER Attention Henderson Businesses The Chamber of Commerce urges Henderson Business to be on the watch for a solicitation in the Henderson area calling itself Quality School Posters. The representatives are contacting businesses claiming to be authorized by Basic High School to sell advertising space on football posters. One of the solicitors is using the name of Jack Bennett. Basic High School has no knowledge, of nor endorses any group calling themselves Quality School Posters. Any business being contacted by this or any charitable organization should ask to see their solicitation permit. If they do not have one, call the Henderson Chamber of Commerce or the Henderson Police Department. speakers -R. Neal Luzier, will keynote the Conference. Luzier has performed as a speaker in almost every major city in the United States, kicking off United Way campaigns and called upon by industry to enthuse marketing and sales conventions. Past Chairman of the Kansas City United Way Campaign, Luzier now serves on the National Citizens Advisory Committee of the United Way of America. Recipient of the Distinguished Service Award of the Greater KansasCity Chamber of Commerce, Luzier has served on boards of directors of American Red Cross and Advertising and Sales Executives Club. ComputBT Cent From P.I back to the manufacturer. With red lights blinking, the intersection at times resembles a scramble board where everyone stops, looks, and then everyone starts at the same time. Billingsley said the lights will probably be placed on a time while the "demand" traffic computer is being repaired. He said local crews, crews borrowed from Las Vegas, and others are baffled by the problem of the central processing unit. JOHN ROCHA AND DAVID ALEXANDER RECEIVE TOP AWARDS AT MaROTC CEREMONY In the photo on the left, John Recha, left, is shewn receiving congratulations from It. Col. Frederick Locke, USMC Rcf d, on being nominated for the Notional Legion of Valor Bronze Cross for Achievement. In the right hand photo David Alexander, left, was honored os the Outstanding Cadet of the Year and is shown being given his award by Col. Melvin W. MeCoury USMC, right. Deputy Director of the 12th Marine Corps District at Son Francisco, looking on is Lt. Col. Locke, Senior Marine Instructor in the ROTC program at Basic High School. I Henderson Home News M RQOj^MOMf NOWSpiMf 1, 1951 Published every Tuesday and Thursday morning at 22 Water Street. Henderson Nevada 89105. Ph 5641881 MORRY lENOFF Editor & Publisher Lorna Kriterten ManaRing Editor & General Manager Den Krslerstn • Ah>istanl GeneralMan^cer Maiy Stafford • Editorial St.tfT Htppy freble • Advertising Manager Tkelma Cleve • Circulation Manager ResaLee SturkI • OfTice Manager & Bookkeeper Entered at the post omce in Henderson. Nevada. as second class matter on June 1.1951 siMrKipTiov mrts Sm(lr Cnp\ OwYftr Sli MoDIki Tkrtt MMikt V4II. Sl'BSCRimONS Wr OiVr 7'. IW^r.rjt SliMoDIki S' f ,. .. 7S0fef Mm.,th nm Monlkt J 11 on pr tear i Henderson Home Newt, Henderson, Nevada „f?NIXT WKK'S** ^^HOROSCOPE C fl.V ^'ny n. Pollnn fagt 3 Tuesday, May 16, 1978 FOR WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY. MAY 22,1978 If your birthdy owurs this wek ... you are romantic and imaginative. If human companionship dopsn t suit you, you can retire within yourself, Irom which SBnctum no one is suff icient to draw you. If^Arit* Mar. 21 -Apr. 19 PJuto Q \ Aeicent is on money valuables and personal possessions. You could be the recipient of a nice gift. Chance lor added reward is Kroater. Your concepts and ideas l^nd belter acceptance. Let others declare their intenttons. Don t play games with sec urity. Check safety. I W Tourui Apr. 20 • May 30 Venus 9 | There II be an easing of responsibilities, a lifting of pressures and tensions, which have plagued you recently. You'll find people more genial and responsive now. Suppriors are likely to appreciate your efforts and encourage you. If others delay, don't pressure them. I ^Gemini Moy21-June20 Mmury | You will adopt different attitudes as to imporUnt matters of policy, caused by the failure of others to fulfill prornkses in regard to pay, prospects on promotion. Money conditions are not too good now. Tighten your purse strings and wait for better days. I Concar June. 21 • Julv 22 Moon (T I You would be wise to give special consideration to relationships with important and influential people. As you know. It's whom you know and not what you know in getting along in this world. Swing with tne crowd. A Short trip promises to be en joyable. riTlep July23-Auq. 22 Sun O I Personal issues, e.specially domestic ones, are much more likely than usual to demand your attention. It's a good time to brighten your home environs, such as decorating and rpfumishing. Continue to build up your security, imking up the present with the future. I i* Virgo Aug. 23 • Sept. 22 Mercury 9 | At place of work ynu are going to find your co-workers helpful and well disposed toward you. You'll be able to assign work chores to others in a way that benefits everyone. Exercise restraint when it comes to lending, borrowing or spending. Favorable time for travel. I ^ Libra Seot. 23 Oct. 22 Venus 9 | A week ot good aspects. There could be some happy event, n_ nicp sociil engagement, marriage or both, which will jp< f g' • '! cause for rejoicing. You should take .ic cninci-, •" • .•.. Stick to plans that have been succ'a.-'i!i. L/i :. • '...Jlenge those in authority. I (* Storpie Oct 23-No^ 21 Mars ^ | You may be annoyed at some of the demands made on you now. Apart from this, you will get along well with your associates. Beware of romantic inclinations which may lead you into a trap and cause regrets. Prepare long-range plans, making allowance for alternatives. I #)Sagiltariut Nov. 22 • Dec. 21 Jupiter U \ This week's stars nlace strong emphasis on communication, on the written and .spoken word. This probably means that you'll be receiving or sending off more personal letters than usual. Strive to improve relationships with as.sociates and key executives. I <^ Capricorn Dec. 22 -Jon. 19 Saturn b \ Fortunate aspects promise that you will get on exceptionally well with people, espK'ially women and chilaren in your circle. Creative occupations and affairs of the heart are now given priority. Maintain important business and s ocial contacts, a s a good offer develops. I ^ Aquarius Jan. 20 • Feb. 18 Urenus r ^V We would like to start a golf league consisting of two • man teams. A nine hole match will be played each Thursday on alternate nines. There may be some members who do not wish to play every Thursday, in which case we urge them to sign up as substitutes. For these players there will be no entrance fee nor will they participate in.the prizes. The entrance fee for the regular players will be $10 each. The prizes will be split: 1st place 40%, 2nd 30%, 3rd -15%, 4th -10%, 5th 5%. There will be 3 points per match. There will be one point each player vs. player basis match play and one point for best ball total of each team. The match will be arranged so that the players will oppose the players with the closest handicap. Players will use full handicaps. Starting times will be 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. Match must be played on Thursday. It will be up to each team to get their own substitute. If a team does not get a substitute, the member of the team showing can play against the .meWber of the opposiffg^am with closest handicap to his and use his score forthe best ball ^ total. In this case, he can possibly win 2 points, the other being lost by default. In case of a tie, each team will be awarded V4 point. The team with the most points will be first and so on. The score cards can be picked up each Thursday at the Golf Shop. The score cards will indicate which players oppose each other and their handicaps. This can be a real enjoyable golf league, so let's all join the spirit of competition. Pick your partner and sign up at the Golf Shop immediately. Municipal Court Report Thursday, May 4, 19783 p.m. Jerry Randall The Neighborttoed Church and the Life of Faith Ministries will have Hobart Vann at a guest speaker. Rev. Vann will be speaking en Saturday, May 20, 1971 at 7:00 MM and Sunday at the regular meming service at 11:00 AM and th evening service at 7:00 PM. Rev. Vann received the laptitm el the Hely Spirit in • • 19M wif ite paster ef The First Raptiil Churth, Beenesville, Indiana. In 1969 the lord colled hit family te fo te Nrw, South America, where ho was given on open deer te the lemon Catholic Church, while ottonding a Cotholic longuoge icheol with nn% and priostt. Rev. Venn has been actively involved in Chorotmotic Retroott, in Potter ond Missionary Sooiinars ond in teodiing in lotninoriot in Nru, Mhria, Colwmbio, ftroiil, Argontino, Owotemalo, and Mexico. Ho hot been led in o special ministry of loading Catholic priests, nuns and missionoriet of olt doneminations into the loptism ef Hely Spirit. Rev. Vonn iMended Roylor University for four yeon and graduated in 19*3 from Southern Bopitst Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky. Me hs postered churches in Toias, Kentucky, ond Indiono and entered full time ovongoiism in 1967. d Ikv. Venn is called as on evongelist te the entire tody of Christ to bring | Kingdom ond help them receive the loptitm of the Holy Spirit. Per odditionel informotion coll MS-9743 or S6S-H72. lintel Hudgens, 18, drive under infi liq, fined $75. Tuesday, May 9, 197I9 a.m. Eugene F. Picotte, 48, drive with rev. oper. license, fined $125. Wodnosdoy, May tO. 197t6 p.m. Frank Sena, 29, drive under infi-alc-2nd, $250 fine and ten days in jail. Pat Carmen Griffis. 33, drive under infl ale, fined $175. Thursday, My II, 197$. 1 p.m. James Howard Robbins, 31, drive under infl ale, fined $175. Drive with no insurance, fined $50. make. Across America tens of thousands of men and women volunteer poppy sellers are offering you a oncea year opportunity to personally thank the uniformed lads who have made the supreme sacrifice and those countless men in hospitals who may never again be physically fit. If your gratitude means more than lip service, buy and proudly wear your Buddy Poppy when it is offered by a Veterans of Foreign Wars volunteer. Our motto is "honor the dead by helping the living." Won't you make this youi; motto too? All the proceeds from the sale of the Buddy Poppy are used here in our own community to aid veterans and their families. We will be grateful for your support and any help you can give us. AMIGOS, FRIENDS Melvine Slcflge, 24, was arrested by police on two counts of battery with a deadly weapon Sunday, after his wife sustained a gunshot wound in the abdomen and a broken arm. According to police. Connie Sue Sledge, 1030 Center St., said she and her husband became involved in an argument when he allegedly picked up a rifle and aimed at the floor. Fragments of the shot allegedly struck the victim in the abdomen. Then he reportedly threw a soft drink bottle at her inflicting a broken arm. Sledge's bail was set at $5,000 on each count. • DANCE TO LATIN MUSIC • SE BEAUTIFUL QUEENS • MEXICAN FOOD STANDS | ONE HR DRIVE FROM VEGAS OR HENDERSON NORTH Ncic Monday Nite Summer Special! Country Fried Chicken Dinnei^ • 2 Pieces of Crispy Chicken 9 Biscuit & Gravy • Garden Fresh Vegetable Served 5 p.m. to 11 pjn. Every Monday Nite At The VtfHERE THE WINNERS PLAY DOWNTWN HetOERSON

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Hnd*ren Homt Nw*, Htndtfion, Nvodo ZutWoy, May 16, 1971 Prom Royalty Announced For Basic High School 1' Tracy Burr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Burr, was named senior class prom ueen and Kathy Daskas. aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Daskas. was named junior prom queen from the junior .senior prom Saturday. May 20 from 7:30 to 9:30 at the Elks Lodge in Las Vegas. ".Always and Forever." will be the theme of the dance which will be held at 900 Las Vegas Boulevard North. Escorting Miss Burr to the dance will be Hector Trejo, and escorting Miss Daskas to Urifisd Com From Ptys 1 your community, you're going to have to tell them. You're going to have to help sell your community." Several large corporations are looking at the Southern Nevada area ,for possible locations. Carlson said, and they will be going around the community talking with the people. He said that corporation officials who have visited Southern Nevada have come to realize that the area is more than the image most of the country has of Las Vegas. It is made up of nice homes in the communities. churches, schools, more that just a gambling and entertainment center. Carlson told the membership that ND.A is made up of a Board of Directors, each member with a specific job to do .should prospective businesses show an interest in locating development in this area Their financing is derived from donations from the membership and others and they received this past year $20,000 from the county, $14,000 from the City of Las Vegas and $54,000 from the state They expect to get about a 30 per cent total increase from their revenue sources for next year's budget. Assistont District Engineer Retires Wilford Robiton Wilford E Robison, assistant district engineer and a 32 year veteran with Nevada Highway Department retired May 9, it was announced this week by District Engineer Keith Layton Starting with a survey crew in 1946. Robison worked all o^er the state, then was elevated to resident engineer 10 years later with another 12 years spent in statewide service. He was assistant district engineer in Reno for a few months in 1968 then moved to Las Vegas as resident engineer early in 1969. Robison was appointed assistant district engineer in charge of construction here in mid 1969 and held that position until retirement He resides in Henderson with his wife^cqueline the dance will be Tom TuU. Attendants for the senior queen will be Roxanne Herwick.daughterofMr.andMrs. R. Willard Herwick. She will be escorted by Russell Stacey. Attendant JoLynn Lauten, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julian Rosales, will be escorted by Wade Snowden. Attendant Denlse Lowe, daughter of Robert Lowe, will be escorted by Curtis Honey. Attendant Barbara Stevens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Clark, will be escorted by Frank Gines. Attendants for the junior queen include Heather Hillstead. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George T. Hillstead. and she will be escorted by Can^eron Hillstead. Attendant Renee Matheny, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Matheny, will be escorted by Russell Cassedy. Attendant Kelley McGinty, daughter of Mr. and Mr. Tom McGinty, will lie escorted by Larry O'dell. ;^ ., Attendant Jei-ry Newcomb, daughter of Mp' and Mrs. Jerry Newcomb, wilil be escorted by Adrian Clark. 'Action People' Bv Flo Raymond M i • • tr^** Vv^:^^'' HARRY CARTWRIGHT Just brought some Senior Citizens home transporting them in his Mini Bus which is owned and operated through Growth Opportunities. Inc. Father Caesar Caviglia of St. Peter's Church was responsible for obtaining a Federal grant for this operation. Harr>' Cartwright is our oldest "Action Person" to be honored. He is seventysix years of age but looks a good ten years younger. "I just couldn't retire completely," Harry stressed, "and when I was given the opprtunity to drive the bus, I was mostgriteful!" Harry has been driving the bus since 1974 and looks forward to his daily schedule of bringing the seniors over to the Center for lunch, or picking them up for shopping. "Everyone just loves Harry," states Senior Center Coordinator Edna Deardoff, "and he is so obliging to each and every person!" Mr. Cartwright was born in Chicago, spent his student years there and left at the age of thirty one. He moved to California and worked as a HeavyDuty Truck Driver until 1942 when he moved to the State of Nevada to work in the war effort lending his talents to the magnesium mines. He remained in mining after the war and came to Henderson in 1952 to work as a Kiln Superintendent for Maganese, Inc. which was under government contract. The job expired in 1961 whereupon Harry reactiviated his Teamster Union card and resumed trucking in the Lumber Industry in 1962. He retired in 1973 and didn't let too many days pass before he joined with the Mini bus Transportation for Senior Citizens. He is spending his "September" years with his wife of many years, Edmina. The Cartwrights have twoadultchildren.JacquelynDillard of Henderson, and Rodley Cartwright residing in Illinois. "I've enjoyed fishing and hunting in days gone by," Harry mentioned, "but now it has narrowed down to gardening and my grandchildren I see them every day and look forward to what each new day will bring." Harry referred to his grandchildren Kurtis Age 13 (who delivers for the HENDERSON HOME NEWS), and Kelly • Age 6. His other grandchild lives in Illinois. Harry has belonged to the Masonic Order for Tifty years and was the former Master of the Henderson Masonic Lodge. Edmina is a member of the Eastern Star and Harry served as past Patron of the Eastern Star The Cartwrights attend the Methodist Church. Harry is proud of his stamp collection, his cooking abilities, and is a Member of the Henderson Senior Citizens. "What is my basic philosophy?" Harry concluded "Live and let live isn't that the way it should be? .V/* .>' Phyllis Zander to Attend VFW Confab Planning Patriotic and Service programs for Nevada and, ^-million VFW Auxiliary members throughout the Nation is the important assignment of Mrs. Phyllis Zander, 557 Federal Street. Mrs. Zander, Nevada State Auxiliary Senior Vice President, will join Senior Vice Presidents from every State in a National Leadership Conference, May 26-27. Plaza Hilton Inn, Kansas City, Missouri. The Conference will prepare State Senior Vice Presidents (to be elected State Presidents in June) for administering the programs in 6.800 local Auxiliaries; One of the Nation's greatest patriotic and inspirational PHYLUS ZANDER Attention Henderson Businesses The Chamber of Commerce urges Henderson Business to be on the watch for a solicitation in the Henderson area calling itself Quality School Posters. The representatives are contacting businesses claiming to be authorized by Basic High School to sell advertising space on football posters. One of the solicitors is using the name of Jack Bennett. Basic High School has no knowledge, of nor endorses any group calling themselves Quality School Posters. Any business being contacted by this or any charitable organization should ask to see their solicitation permit. If they do not have one, call the Henderson Chamber of Commerce or the Henderson Police Department. speakers -R. Neal Luzier, will keynote the Conference. Luzier has performed as a speaker in almost every major city in the United States, kicking off United Way campaigns and called upon by industry to enthuse marketing and sales conventions. Past Chairman of the Kansas City United Way Campaign, Luzier now serves on the National Citizens Advisory Committee of the United Way of America. Recipient of the Distinguished Service Award of the Greater KansasCity Chamber of Commerce, Luzier has served on boards of directors of American Red Cross and Advertising and Sales Executives Club. ComputBT Cent From P.I back to the manufacturer. With red lights blinking, the intersection at times resembles a scramble board where everyone stops, looks, and then everyone starts at the same time. Billingsley said the lights will probably be placed on a time while the "demand" traffic computer is being repaired. He said local crews, crews borrowed from Las Vegas, and others are baffled by the problem of the central processing unit. JOHN ROCHA AND DAVID ALEXANDER RECEIVE TOP AWARDS AT MaROTC CEREMONY In the photo on the left, John Recha, left, is shewn receiving congratulations from It. Col. Frederick Locke, USMC Rcf d, on being nominated for the Notional Legion of Valor Bronze Cross for Achievement. In the right hand photo David Alexander, left, was honored os the Outstanding Cadet of the Year and is shown being given his award by Col. Melvin W. MeCoury USMC, right. Deputy Director of the 12th Marine Corps District at Son Francisco, looking on is Lt. Col. Locke, Senior Marine Instructor in the ROTC program at Basic High School. I Henderson Home News M RQOj^MOMf NOWSpiMf 1, 1951 Published every Tuesday and Thursday morning at 22 Water Street. Henderson Nevada 89105. Ph 5641881 MORRY lENOFF Editor & Publisher Lorna Kriterten ManaRing Editor & General Manager Den Krslerstn • Ah>istanl GeneralMan^cer Maiy Stafford • Editorial St.tfT Htppy freble • Advertising Manager Tkelma Cleve • Circulation Manager ResaLee SturkI • OfTice Manager & Bookkeeper Entered at the post omce in Henderson. Nevada. as second class matter on June 1.1951 siMrKipTiov mrts Sm(lr Cnp\ OwYftr Sli MoDIki Tkrtt MMikt V4II. Sl'BSCRimONS Wr OiVr 7'. IW^r.rjt SliMoDIki S' f ,. .. 7S0fef Mm.,th nm Monlkt J 11 on pr tear i Henderson Home Newt, Henderson, Nevada „f?NIXT WKK'S** ^^HOROSCOPE C fl.V ^'ny n. Pollnn fagt 3 Tuesday, May 16, 1978 FOR WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY. MAY 22,1978 If your birthdy owurs this wek ... you are romantic and imaginative. If human companionship dopsn t suit you, you can retire within yourself, Irom which SBnctum no one is suff icient to draw you. If^Arit* Mar. 21 -Apr. 19 PJuto Q \ Aeicent is on money valuables and personal possessions. You could be the recipient of a nice gift. Chance lor added reward is Kroater. Your concepts and ideas l^nd belter acceptance. Let others declare their intenttons. Don t play games with sec urity. Check safety. I W Tourui Apr. 20 • May 30 Venus 9 | There II be an easing of responsibilities, a lifting of pressures and tensions, which have plagued you recently. You'll find people more genial and responsive now. Suppriors are likely to appreciate your efforts and encourage you. If others delay, don't pressure them. I ^Gemini Moy21-June20 Mmury | You will adopt different attitudes as to imporUnt matters of policy, caused by the failure of others to fulfill prornkses in regard to pay, prospects on promotion. Money conditions are not too good now. Tighten your purse strings and wait for better days. I Concar June. 21 • Julv 22 Moon (T I You would be wise to give special consideration to relationships with important and influential people. As you know. It's whom you know and not what you know in getting along in this world. Swing with tne crowd. A Short trip promises to be en joyable. riTlep July23-Auq. 22 Sun O I Personal issues, e.specially domestic ones, are much more likely than usual to demand your attention. It's a good time to brighten your home environs, such as decorating and rpfumishing. Continue to build up your security, imking up the present with the future. I i* Virgo Aug. 23 • Sept. 22 Mercury 9 | At place of work ynu are going to find your co-workers helpful and well disposed toward you. You'll be able to assign work chores to others in a way that benefits everyone. Exercise restraint when it comes to lending, borrowing or spending. Favorable time for travel. I ^ Libra Seot. 23 Oct. 22 Venus 9 | A week ot good aspects. There could be some happy event, n_ nicp sociil engagement, marriage or both, which will jp< f g' • '! cause for rejoicing. You should take .ic cninci-, •" • .•.. Stick to plans that have been succ'a.-'i!i. L/i :. • '...Jlenge those in authority. I (* Storpie Oct 23-No^ 21 Mars ^ | You may be annoyed at some of the demands made on you now. Apart from this, you will get along well with your associates. Beware of romantic inclinations which may lead you into a trap and cause regrets. Prepare long-range plans, making allowance for alternatives. I #)Sagiltariut Nov. 22 • Dec. 21 Jupiter U \ This week's stars nlace strong emphasis on communication, on the written and .spoken word. This probably means that you'll be receiving or sending off more personal letters than usual. Strive to improve relationships with as.sociates and key executives. I <^ Capricorn Dec. 22 -Jon. 19 Saturn b \ Fortunate aspects promise that you will get on exceptionally well with people, espK'ially women and chilaren in your circle. Creative occupations and affairs of the heart are now given priority. Maintain important business and s ocial contacts, a s a good offer develops. I ^ Aquarius Jan. 20 • Feb. 18 Urenus r ^V We would like to start a golf league consisting of two • man teams. A nine hole match will be played each Thursday on alternate nines. There may be some members who do not wish to play every Thursday, in which case we urge them to sign up as substitutes. For these players there will be no entrance fee nor will they participate in.the prizes. The entrance fee for the regular players will be $10 each. The prizes will be split: 1st place 40%, 2nd 30%, 3rd -15%, 4th -10%, 5th 5%. There will be 3 points per match. There will be one point each player vs. player basis match play and one point for best ball total of each team. The match will be arranged so that the players will oppose the players with the closest handicap. Players will use full handicaps. Starting times will be 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. Match must be played on Thursday. It will be up to each team to get their own substitute. If a team does not get a substitute, the member of the team showing can play against the .meWber of the opposiffg^am with closest handicap to his and use his score forthe best ball ^ total. In this case, he can possibly win 2 points, the other being lost by default. In case of a tie, each team will be awarded V4 point. The team with the most points will be first and so on. The score cards can be picked up each Thursday at the Golf Shop. The score cards will indicate which players oppose each other and their handicaps. This can be a real enjoyable golf league, so let's all join the spirit of competition. Pick your partner and sign up at the Golf Shop immediately. Municipal Court Report Thursday, May 4, 19783 p.m. Jerry Randall The Neighborttoed Church and the Life of Faith Ministries will have Hobart Vann at a guest speaker. Rev. Vann will be speaking en Saturday, May 20, 1971 at 7:00 MM and Sunday at the regular meming service at 11:00 AM and th evening service at 7:00 PM. Rev. Vann received the laptitm el the Hely Spirit in • • 19M wif ite paster ef The First Raptiil Churth, Beenesville, Indiana. In 1969 the lord colled hit family te fo te Nrw, South America, where ho was given on open deer te the lemon Catholic Church, while ottonding a Cotholic longuoge icheol with nn% and priostt. Rev. Venn has been actively involved in Chorotmotic Retroott, in Potter ond Missionary Sooiinars ond in teodiing in lotninoriot in Nru, Mhria, Colwmbio, ftroiil, Argontino, Owotemalo, and Mexico. Ho hot been led in o special ministry of loading Catholic priests, nuns and missionoriet of olt doneminations into the loptism ef Hely Spirit. Rev. Vonn iMended Roylor University for four yeon and graduated in 19*3 from Southern Bopitst Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky. Me hs postered churches in Toias, Kentucky, ond Indiono and entered full time ovongoiism in 1967. d Ikv. Venn is called as on evongelist te the entire tody of Christ to bring | Kingdom ond help them receive the loptitm of the Holy Spirit. Per odditionel informotion coll MS-9743 or S6S-H72. lintel Hudgens, 18, drive under infi liq, fined $75. Tuesday, May 9, 197I9 a.m. Eugene F. Picotte, 48, drive with rev. oper. license, fined $125. Wodnosdoy, May tO. 197t6 p.m. Frank Sena, 29, drive under infi-alc-2nd, $250 fine and ten days in jail. Pat Carmen Griffis. 33, drive under infl ale, fined $175. Thursday, My II, 197$. 1 p.m. James Howard Robbins, 31, drive under infl ale, fined $175. Drive with no insurance, fined $50. make. Across America tens of thousands of men and women volunteer poppy sellers are offering you a oncea year opportunity to personally thank the uniformed lads who have made the supreme sacrifice and those countless men in hospitals who may never again be physically fit. If your gratitude means more than lip service, buy and proudly wear your Buddy Poppy when it is offered by a Veterans of Foreign Wars volunteer. Our motto is "honor the dead by helping the living." Won't you make this youi; motto too? All the proceeds from the sale of the Buddy Poppy are used here in our own community to aid veterans and their families. We will be grateful for your support and any help you can give us. AMIGOS, FRIENDS Melvine Slcflge, 24, was arrested by police on two counts of battery with a deadly weapon Sunday, after his wife sustained a gunshot wound in the abdomen and a broken arm. According to police. Connie Sue Sledge, 1030 Center St., said she and her husband became involved in an argument when he allegedly picked up a rifle and aimed at the floor. Fragments of the shot allegedly struck the victim in the abdomen. Then he reportedly threw a soft drink bottle at her inflicting a broken arm. Sledge's bail was set at $5,000 on each count. • DANCE TO LATIN MUSIC • SE BEAUTIFUL QUEENS • MEXICAN FOOD STANDS | ONE HR DRIVE FROM VEGAS OR HENDERSON NORTH Ncic Monday Nite Summer Special! Country Fried Chicken Dinnei^ • 2 Pieces of Crispy Chicken 9 Biscuit & Gravy • Garden Fresh Vegetable Served 5 p.m. to 11 pjn. Every Monday Nite At The VtfHERE THE WINNERS PLAY DOWNTWN HetOERSON

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mmimmmm Htnd*ren Hem* Ntwt, HndtrMn, Nvado Rainbow Club Features Free Dixieland Jazz Concert fag4 CONHNENTAL TEUPHONE NAMES TWO NEW VICE PRESIDENTS Tuesday, Moy 16. 1978 Hn1hm section. Dixieland drumming, more thah with any other style, requires playing as welt as maintaining a strong beat. In each of these areas Lalli prove§ his. mastery of the instrument, maintaining a strong backbone beat for each song, then adding that extra Dixieland flavor which can only be described as melody. So, for a relaxing evening of good ole Dixieland jazz, come on over to the Rainbow Club this Friday evenings. Continental Telephone Corporation today named Leland J. Mast to the newly created post of Vice President Directory Services, and Roy B. Korkorian to the position of Vice President Legal, also a new position. Mr. Mast, 67. has served as president of Leland Mast Directory Company, a Continental s'ubsidiary in Lenexa. KA. which publishes telephone directories for the parent company and other telephone companies. Continental acquired the directory company in 1966. Mr. Korkorian. 32. lias been Assistant Vice President • Legal since joining Continental in 1974. He lives in Atlanta. GA, the locati(^n of the company's corporate headquarters. The announcements were made at a meeting of Continental's board of Directors in San Francisco, where the company's annual shareholders meeting was also held May 4. Continental Telephone is the nation's third largest independent (non Bell) telephone company, serving more than 2.5 million telephones in 40 states, Canada and the Caribbean. The Board of Directors of Continental Telephone Corporation recently declared a regular quarterly dividend of 31 cents per common share, an increase of two cents per share, representing an annual dividend rate of $1.24. This is the 14th consecutive year in which annual dividends paid have been increased. Oli* trMS sonwtinwt livt mort than ont thouund yaan. Icouponl ^ f^^ SALE OF THE MONTH! ^Q LOCATED IN HBIDERSON AT 101 LAKE MEAD OR 565-0737 ^•V BRING THIS COUPON IN TO GET '100^'200 DISCOUNT WHY PAY THE PRICES IN VEGAS WHBI YOU PAY LESS HB)E? i jcouponl i NEVADA WORLD TRADE & INTERNATIONAL TOURISM ASSOCIATION... ALONG WITH THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES & GOVERNOR O'CALLAGHAN PROCLAIMS' May 15*^ to 20*"; 1978 as WORLD TRADE AND NATIONAL TRANSPORTATION WEEK IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND THE COOPERATION OF THE NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND THE NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ^t^.^ • • • City Needs Summer Lifeguards The Henderson Parks and Recreation Department is currently recruiting Lifeguards for the 1978 summer season The outdoor pool will be open Memorial Day weekend and the weekend following. Once school lets out the pool will be open daily through Labor Day. Applicants must possessa current Senior Lifesaving Certificate, and preference will be given to those applicants holding a Water Safety Instructor or Aid Certificate. Applicants will be chosen on their qualifications, past experience and a performance test in the water. Generally the Lifeguard prevents accidents by ensuring the pool rules are being followed; administers first aid if an accident does occur; teaches various swimming classes, under direction; and performs some pool maintenance. The salary is $3.25-hr. and applications may be obtained from the Henderson Personnel Department, City Hall, 243 Water Street (565-8921, Ext. 14). Interested persons should file their applications as soon as possible. Lifeguarding is a fun and productive way to spend the summer. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO ATTEND THE PROGRAMS AND FINE EXHIBITS LISTED BELOW... Auxiliary luncheon Thursday for the 1978-79 officers gymnastics Association The Judy Bayley Auxon May 18at 11:30a m in *'" P'""'''^* ^^^^ iliary of the American ^^e Eldorado of the P'"08"'" Reservations Cancer Society will hold Frontier Hotel please call 736-7766 or its installation luncheon TU^ C„...U M„.,j 736-7342. EROL TURER, MO Allergy Disorders, (Hoyfever, asthma, Rhinitis) Clinical Immunology Arthritis Internal Medicine Offices Located at Burnham Plaza 4230 Burnham Ave., Suite 202 For Appt. Coll 732-2502 PROGRAMS TRADE, TOURISM & TRANSPORTATION EXHIBITION M(v17.1* 9.30 im. .9:30 p.m. Mv20 9:30i.m.-Noon Al Th. BoulM'd Mill THE NEVADA WORIO TRADE AND INTERNATIONAL TOURISM AUOCIATION 1978 TRADES. TOURISM AWARDS BREAKFAST W.d.,M17,im OooriOMn 7 4Si.m. Prog'imS OOim. Humt HeuM Blvd M.II Milter of Ceremonits: R4 Mcllvaifl. Cett SJ SO p pwwfl linduiivtl RlMrvi1fl OMdlHM: Miy 11,1971 foi RMinitiem CH: 73t42M THE HOTEL SALES MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION 1978 SALUTE TO INDUSTRY LUNCHEON Tburt., Mty II. 1171 Cocktiil] ?:00 p.m. Oinnif 8:00 p.m. S.turi Houl-Roomi5.lt 7 Ktynote Addrta by: Cevwim Miki O'CtllHlwi COM SIS 00 pn pwwn liiKluiivl RMrvMiOfl OMdIint Mty II, 1171 fv RMM>iiiom Cn Donwi Sillmi • 73)^7777 THE GREATER LAS VEOAI CHAMIER OF COMMCNCE 1978 SALUTE TO TOURISM DINNER Fri..Mff1l.17l 12 Now Sttitrt Hwil • Cnf* Room Cot) SI.OO t*i pwwn lifwluin.1 RMOnitlen OMdlm.: Mty II, 1171 For RMHVHICW CU: 417 4M4 'Ci^ EXHIBITORS AGRINAUTICS ALBANESE PRODUCTS INC. ARTEXWEST ASPHALT PRODUCTS CORPORATION BRANIFF INTERNATIONAL CENTRAL TELEPHONE COMPANY CITY OF LAS VEGAS CONSTRUCTION NOTEBOOK :^ELTA AIR LINES DE SURE CORPORATION DISCOTECA LATINO AMERICA FASHIONS ON WHEELS FLOMAR BAKERY FIVE STAR SOLAR SCREENS FIESTA TRAVEL TOURS FRIENDSHIP FORCE OF NEVADA FRONTIER AIRLINES G. LEATHERS GABRIEL JEWELRY HACIENDA VIDEO SYSTEMS HUGHES AIRWEST HUGHES AVIATION SERVICES LAS VEGAS CASTING LAS VEGAS TRANSIT SYSTEM, INC. LAS VEGAS CONVENTION AND VISITORS AUTHORITY LAVEROAD MEXICANA AIRLINES MILNE TRUCK LINES MR. PHILIPS HEARTH & HOME NATIONAL AIRLINES NEVADA HIGHWAY PATROL NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMK: DEVELOPMENT NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS NEW ZEALAND/NEVADA INTERNATIONAL PRESTIGE SYSTEMS INC. PROTEKALL OF NEVADA. INC. REGIONAL STREETS AND HIGHWAY COMMISSION OF CLARK COUNTY REPUBLIC OF CHINA TOURISM BUREAU RETIRED SENIOR VOLUNTEER PROGRAM SANVAR ORNAMENTAL IRON TEL-LIFE OF CURK CO. TIMET TRANS WORLD AIRLINES UNITED AIRLINES WESTERN AIRLINES WORLD BOOK-CHILDCRAFT INTERNATIONAL. INC. HONOR THOSE BUSINESSES THAT HAVE CONTRIBUTED TO THE ECONOMIC GROWTH OF NEVADA. "A" HONOR ROU .r.f ,th Groi% '. Stephen Bearden ; Karen Burrows "JSiP'^ Goldring :rR^seUJones •;3^lerie Pickard RynnWhitley • : Ron Wilson : 'lOtk Orodt : Shaunen Adams • Catherine Lucero '^rfidS Newcomb • ?)mTha Neil! Lucille Thayer Leann Bird Valerie Blackburn Kevin Burrows Christine Casey Elizabeth Cogar Teresa Holliday Thomas Rawson Pam Tabar Darcy Wilke Donna Zajac 12tiGrod Toni Anderson JoAnn Bell Cynthia Gibson Robin Glabick Teresa Godby Robert Haberman Nancy Harward Shannon Kelley John Kemp TbLyrinTtauten Theresa Madrid Keith Marcher Christina Moss Ronald Muzingo Felicia Pagan Carrie Pettey Stephen Phillips Randy Pogorelski Victor Porter Rhonda Wilke Shellee Willden Linford Winget "A-l" Hofm tell 9thOfd Rebecca Banning Mary Bates Kenny Bird Rani Bush Tony Casas Dennis Chavez Kristine Christian Brenda Clark Clint Clark Lori Clark Marenda Clark Roger Crist Stacy Davis Bryan Dowell Steven Dupont Chrisann Farewell William Fitzgerald Jennifer Foster Sharon Golden Lisa Golub John Hall Edgar Hartley Barbara Holm Dawn Her Karen Jivan Joni Justice Timothy Lomprey Peggy Matherly Lyle Matson William Nash Larry R. Nelson Diane Peterson Fred Pilon Terry Poff Ramiel Purcell Kandis Schnell PaUy Sena Jennifer Shearin Andrew Twitchell Kenneth White Alan Winget 10thOfod James Anton Marsha Bacon Suzette Bingham Teresa Johnson Cynthia Bower Eileen Broderick Karen Brown Roxanne Cipollone Laura Clough Kelly Colvin Andrienne Coombes Lorraine Coroneos Renee Coyle Jacqueline Crossley Maria Delatorre Scott Dickensheets Gail DriscoU Douglas Dyck Douglas Gillies Susan Gordon Jolynne Hafen Rubye Hall Lisa Heki Allan Hooks Jenny Irvin Donald Jensen Daphne Jones Richard Kalber Brian Kemker Stacey Killebrew Cindy Law Brent Leany Amber Linginfelter Michael Lowe Charles Lybarger Kenneth McGlothlin Mary Mendoza Reduce Yew Power Bi up WUnt MMUMtTWlMM Free leetilelieil Automatit DMPfeft AvileMe Good Thru May 21 VISA. MASTER CHARGE 2/*59 lOPENTI LjiliJ BSPJK?! TirtiM Coohrt iB-a2M NAS YOUR INSURANa Kirr FACf WITH THf INCRIASID VALUI OF YOUR HOMCT ^ KAERCHER S. INSUBANCE ns s*. Mb • SM-itia l^r,^ BASIC HIGH SCHOOL HONOR ROLL Sharon Miller Michelle Mooso Eun Young Nam Annette Olivas Scott Powell Carol Riddle Cheryl Riddle Brenda Roberts Susan Robinson Eula Salazar Linda Siller Bonnie Smith James Sweetin Raymond Taney Lucille Thayer Duward Vernon Nancy Vitek 11th Orod* Danae Adams David Alexander Brian Anderson Shana Beardall Diane Blanchard David Bondurant Joy Brigman Beth Brunzell Kent Burgwardt April Carlson Stephanie Chandler Scott Chappell Allen Chastain Sandra Christiansen Jeffrey Corn Ida Daily James Eiler Lori Erling Chris Funk Rhea Gifford Robert Groesbeck Jon Haag Scott Hinton Robin Jette Cleo Jorgensen Diane Jose William Kephart Richard Marshall Kelly McGinty Deann Moyes Jerri Newcomb Vera Newell Dauleta Osko Richard Perkins Randall Ravenscraft John Rocha Denise Rumsey Nicki Sanchez Donna Seegmiller Kari Sheldon Linda Sims Lisa Tyler Susan Warren Gina Zorio Roxanne Addington Kenneth Averett Jacqueline Blanchard Mary Bolls Tracy Burr Dawn Campbell Carla Collenberger Rory Fleming Candace Freels Teresa Hanks Brenda Hutchinson Sherie Jacobson Carolyn Keele Glen Lewis Michael Lovitt I Carrie Matzke Sylvia Montoya Duane Mosser Jamie Omer Elizabeth Patterson Amber Pruett Cyntea Purcel f aul Pushnigh Lon Roy Lorri Smith Russell Stacy Walter Tabar Annalisa Torsky Christina Walker Linda Younghans • HI VfOw9 Mary Alu Kenneth Ashe Beverly Avery Tammy Baehr Sean Barlow Joseph Beachboard Theresa Bell Prapa Benpard James Bess Albert Biggs Donna Buck Douglas Carter Mary Chappell Mary Cowan David Delaria Anthony Demarzo Kathleen Diciaccio Sandra Doeller Marcel Douglass Stacey Dozier Donald Ellis Eric Eslinger Aa^hony Espinoza Seanlia Evans Gary Feeley Ralph Fyke Melissa Gabriel Thomas Garfield Randall Garrison Xavier Geiger Max Gonzales James Goodman Debbie Gordon Wendy Gordon Eric Hall Timothy Harris Geri Hill Keiry Hill Jacqueline Holliday Catherine Holmes Alan Hoopes Jerry Johnson Gloria Jones Mike Jose Edith Karr Pamela Kemp James Kistler Caroline Kogut Keith Lammers Tamara Langholz Brian Laugeson Kristina Lefler Rod Little Denise Lqng Kaylyn Lords James McNally Delvin Miller Jerry Mommer Melody Moore Shawna Moore Tracy Morris Candace Morrison Mikki Nash Dawn Nava Laura Negri Jean Nelson Nicky Pappas Todd Perez Karen Phillips Thomas Pinsonnault Daniel Radley Sheri Ross Anthony Royal Sean Rynearson Jesse Sanchez Michelle Schieck Loren Schmidt John Schramm Donna Schwieter Pledger Solomon Elizabeth Tomlin Kay Vanleuven Kent Ware Cheryl Wichael David Widhalm Reid Wilke Ruth Wilkins AUura Williams Diane Wood I00fd Michael Baker Sheri Bardin Jody Barrow ^tty Bates Beverly Begay Robert Bell Ruth Blomdal Rebecca Bond Sheryl Boscarino Leann Braun Jennifer Buettner Amy Burr Shannon Carducci Danielle Case Theresa Casey Rickey Chase Teresa Cochran Pamela Conway James Corby Kay Dalton Mary Darfey Grace Fackreli Kerry Flint Angela Fredsell Diane Gloria Sammy Gonzales Blake Haller Rowena Hardin Debra Herrmann Michael Huntsman Ricky Ikuma Michele Jimenei Gregory Jonei Patricia Jonei Tammara Jones Rusty Laminack Robert Laubach Carol Littleneld Marion Mager Michele Morgan Daniel Ostrander Rose Perez Barbara Phillips Kerrie Porter Robin Reeves Maria Reid Kenneth Render Cynthia Richardson Van Rick Deborah Roberson Paula Robinson Gwyn Ryan Sam Schokley Tommy Shumaker Elena Smith Lisa Spencer Ronald Tackett Daniel Taylor Edward Thurow Rhonda Varner James Ware Louis Warren Karen Wheeler Annemarie Whitmore Phillip Williams Matt Wilson Tammy Wingo Wayne Wooten Dallen Workman llthOrodc Kathleen Brink Terri Branscum Michael Burkes Michael Caldwell Michelle Carmouche Doninick Castle Betty Combs David Deacon Billy Faulkner Gregory Gammon David Geigle Sherri Giles Kirk Godby Michael Gonzales Brett Goodnow Kelly Hair Connie Hall Kevin Hamilton Curtis Harris Kenneth Helms Heather Hillstead Michael Holliday Denise Houghland Richard Houston Michele Jacobs Lisa Jones Michael Justice Patricia Kemp Maria Koontz Shane Lamb David Littlefield David Long Carol Lords Gay L^jcks Anna Martinez Lorelei Matheny Scott Matzke William McCown Pam McPherson Susan Moore / Mary Munford Karyn Murray Michael Okada Steven Omer Patricia Ortiz Janet Peeples Patrice Pickard Thomas Province Michael Radley Holly Rounds Shirley Russell Nancy Schutts Jeff Shaw Bruce Sillitoe Grant Smith Mary Smith Vernon Smith Christie Stanton Lucy Stephens Deborah Stopka Dorothy Thorn Hector Trejo Lydia Turnbeaugh Ward Twitchell Mark Weiss Kelly White Edith Whitehead Raymond Wichael Katherine Williams Kimberly Wolven Michael Bardin Kimberly D. 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mmimmmm Htnd*ren Hem* Ntwt, HndtrMn, Nvado Rainbow Club Features Free Dixieland Jazz Concert fag4 CONHNENTAL TEUPHONE NAMES TWO NEW VICE PRESIDENTS Tuesday, Moy 16. 1978 Hn1hm section. Dixieland drumming, more thah with any other style, requires playing as welt as maintaining a strong beat. In each of these areas Lalli prove§ his. mastery of the instrument, maintaining a strong backbone beat for each song, then adding that extra Dixieland flavor which can only be described as melody. So, for a relaxing evening of good ole Dixieland jazz, come on over to the Rainbow Club this Friday evenings. Continental Telephone Corporation today named Leland J. Mast to the newly created post of Vice President Directory Services, and Roy B. Korkorian to the position of Vice President Legal, also a new position. Mr. Mast, 67. has served as president of Leland Mast Directory Company, a Continental s'ubsidiary in Lenexa. KA. which publishes telephone directories for the parent company and other telephone companies. Continental acquired the directory company in 1966. Mr. Korkorian. 32. lias been Assistant Vice President • Legal since joining Continental in 1974. He lives in Atlanta. GA, the locati(^n of the company's corporate headquarters. The announcements were made at a meeting of Continental's board of Directors in San Francisco, where the company's annual shareholders meeting was also held May 4. Continental Telephone is the nation's third largest independent (non Bell) telephone company, serving more than 2.5 million telephones in 40 states, Canada and the Caribbean. The Board of Directors of Continental Telephone Corporation recently declared a regular quarterly dividend of 31 cents per common share, an increase of two cents per share, representing an annual dividend rate of $1.24. This is the 14th consecutive year in which annual dividends paid have been increased. Oli* trMS sonwtinwt livt mort than ont thouund yaan. Icouponl ^ f^^ SALE OF THE MONTH! ^Q LOCATED IN HBIDERSON AT 101 LAKE MEAD OR 565-0737 ^•V BRING THIS COUPON IN TO GET '100^'200 DISCOUNT WHY PAY THE PRICES IN VEGAS WHBI YOU PAY LESS HB)E? i jcouponl i NEVADA WORLD TRADE & INTERNATIONAL TOURISM ASSOCIATION... ALONG WITH THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES & GOVERNOR O'CALLAGHAN PROCLAIMS' May 15*^ to 20*"; 1978 as WORLD TRADE AND NATIONAL TRANSPORTATION WEEK IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND THE COOPERATION OF THE NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND THE NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ^t^.^ • • • City Needs Summer Lifeguards The Henderson Parks and Recreation Department is currently recruiting Lifeguards for the 1978 summer season The outdoor pool will be open Memorial Day weekend and the weekend following. Once school lets out the pool will be open daily through Labor Day. Applicants must possessa current Senior Lifesaving Certificate, and preference will be given to those applicants holding a Water Safety Instructor or Aid Certificate. Applicants will be chosen on their qualifications, past experience and a performance test in the water. Generally the Lifeguard prevents accidents by ensuring the pool rules are being followed; administers first aid if an accident does occur; teaches various swimming classes, under direction; and performs some pool maintenance. The salary is $3.25-hr. and applications may be obtained from the Henderson Personnel Department, City Hall, 243 Water Street (565-8921, Ext. 14). Interested persons should file their applications as soon as possible. Lifeguarding is a fun and productive way to spend the summer. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO ATTEND THE PROGRAMS AND FINE EXHIBITS LISTED BELOW... Auxiliary luncheon Thursday for the 1978-79 officers gymnastics Association The Judy Bayley Auxon May 18at 11:30a m in *'" P'""'''^* ^^^^ iliary of the American ^^e Eldorado of the P'"08"'" Reservations Cancer Society will hold Frontier Hotel please call 736-7766 or its installation luncheon TU^ C„...U M„.,j 736-7342. EROL TURER, MO Allergy Disorders, (Hoyfever, asthma, Rhinitis) Clinical Immunology Arthritis Internal Medicine Offices Located at Burnham Plaza 4230 Burnham Ave., Suite 202 For Appt. Coll 732-2502 PROGRAMS TRADE, TOURISM & TRANSPORTATION EXHIBITION M(v17.1* 9.30 im. .9:30 p.m. Mv20 9:30i.m.-Noon Al Th. BoulM'd Mill THE NEVADA WORIO TRADE AND INTERNATIONAL TOURISM AUOCIATION 1978 TRADES. TOURISM AWARDS BREAKFAST W.d.,M17,im OooriOMn 7 4Si.m. Prog'imS OOim. Humt HeuM Blvd M.II Milter of Ceremonits: R4 Mcllvaifl. Cett SJ SO p pwwfl linduiivtl RlMrvi1fl OMdlHM: Miy 11,1971 foi RMinitiem CH: 73t42M THE HOTEL SALES MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION 1978 SALUTE TO INDUSTRY LUNCHEON Tburt., Mty II. 1171 Cocktiil] ?:00 p.m. Oinnif 8:00 p.m. S.turi Houl-Roomi5.lt 7 Ktynote Addrta by: Cevwim Miki O'CtllHlwi COM SIS 00 pn pwwn liiKluiivl RMrvMiOfl OMdIint Mty II, 1171 fv RMM>iiiom Cn Donwi Sillmi • 73)^7777 THE GREATER LAS VEOAI CHAMIER OF COMMCNCE 1978 SALUTE TO TOURISM DINNER Fri..Mff1l.17l 12 Now Sttitrt Hwil • Cnf* Room Cot) SI.OO t*i pwwn lifwluin.1 RMOnitlen OMdlm.: Mty II, 1171 For RMHVHICW CU: 417 4M4 'Ci^ EXHIBITORS AGRINAUTICS ALBANESE PRODUCTS INC. ARTEXWEST ASPHALT PRODUCTS CORPORATION BRANIFF INTERNATIONAL CENTRAL TELEPHONE COMPANY CITY OF LAS VEGAS CONSTRUCTION NOTEBOOK :^ELTA AIR LINES DE SURE CORPORATION DISCOTECA LATINO AMERICA FASHIONS ON WHEELS FLOMAR BAKERY FIVE STAR SOLAR SCREENS FIESTA TRAVEL TOURS FRIENDSHIP FORCE OF NEVADA FRONTIER AIRLINES G. LEATHERS GABRIEL JEWELRY HACIENDA VIDEO SYSTEMS HUGHES AIRWEST HUGHES AVIATION SERVICES LAS VEGAS CASTING LAS VEGAS TRANSIT SYSTEM, INC. LAS VEGAS CONVENTION AND VISITORS AUTHORITY LAVEROAD MEXICANA AIRLINES MILNE TRUCK LINES MR. PHILIPS HEARTH & HOME NATIONAL AIRLINES NEVADA HIGHWAY PATROL NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMK: DEVELOPMENT NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS NEW ZEALAND/NEVADA INTERNATIONAL PRESTIGE SYSTEMS INC. PROTEKALL OF NEVADA. INC. REGIONAL STREETS AND HIGHWAY COMMISSION OF CLARK COUNTY REPUBLIC OF CHINA TOURISM BUREAU RETIRED SENIOR VOLUNTEER PROGRAM SANVAR ORNAMENTAL IRON TEL-LIFE OF CURK CO. TIMET TRANS WORLD AIRLINES UNITED AIRLINES WESTERN AIRLINES WORLD BOOK-CHILDCRAFT INTERNATIONAL. INC. HONOR THOSE BUSINESSES THAT HAVE CONTRIBUTED TO THE ECONOMIC GROWTH OF NEVADA. "A" HONOR ROU .r.f ,th Groi% '. Stephen Bearden ; Karen Burrows "JSiP'^ Goldring :rR^seUJones •;3^lerie Pickard RynnWhitley • : Ron Wilson : 'lOtk Orodt : Shaunen Adams • Catherine Lucero '^rfidS Newcomb • ?)mTha Neil! Lucille Thayer Leann Bird Valerie Blackburn Kevin Burrows Christine Casey Elizabeth Cogar Teresa Holliday Thomas Rawson Pam Tabar Darcy Wilke Donna Zajac 12tiGrod Toni Anderson JoAnn Bell Cynthia Gibson Robin Glabick Teresa Godby Robert Haberman Nancy Harward Shannon Kelley John Kemp TbLyrinTtauten Theresa Madrid Keith Marcher Christina Moss Ronald Muzingo Felicia Pagan Carrie Pettey Stephen Phillips Randy Pogorelski Victor Porter Rhonda Wilke Shellee Willden Linford Winget "A-l" Hofm tell 9thOfd Rebecca Banning Mary Bates Kenny Bird Rani Bush Tony Casas Dennis Chavez Kristine Christian Brenda Clark Clint Clark Lori Clark Marenda Clark Roger Crist Stacy Davis Bryan Dowell Steven Dupont Chrisann Farewell William Fitzgerald Jennifer Foster Sharon Golden Lisa Golub John Hall Edgar Hartley Barbara Holm Dawn Her Karen Jivan Joni Justice Timothy Lomprey Peggy Matherly Lyle Matson William Nash Larry R. 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Mb • SM-itia l^r,^ BASIC HIGH SCHOOL HONOR ROLL Sharon Miller Michelle Mooso Eun Young Nam Annette Olivas Scott Powell Carol Riddle Cheryl Riddle Brenda Roberts Susan Robinson Eula Salazar Linda Siller Bonnie Smith James Sweetin Raymond Taney Lucille Thayer Duward Vernon Nancy Vitek 11th Orod* Danae Adams David Alexander Brian Anderson Shana Beardall Diane Blanchard David Bondurant Joy Brigman Beth Brunzell Kent Burgwardt April Carlson Stephanie Chandler Scott Chappell Allen Chastain Sandra Christiansen Jeffrey Corn Ida Daily James Eiler Lori Erling Chris Funk Rhea Gifford Robert Groesbeck Jon Haag Scott Hinton Robin Jette Cleo Jorgensen Diane Jose William Kephart Richard Marshall Kelly McGinty Deann Moyes Jerri Newcomb Vera Newell Dauleta Osko Richard Perkins Randall Ravenscraft John Rocha Denise Rumsey Nicki Sanchez Donna Seegmiller Kari Sheldon Linda Sims Lisa Tyler Susan Warren Gina Zorio Roxanne Addington Kenneth Averett Jacqueline Blanchard Mary Bolls Tracy Burr Dawn Campbell Carla Collenberger Rory Fleming Candace Freels Teresa Hanks Brenda Hutchinson Sherie Jacobson Carolyn Keele Glen Lewis Michael Lovitt I Carrie Matzke Sylvia Montoya Duane Mosser Jamie Omer Elizabeth Patterson Amber Pruett Cyntea Purcel f aul Pushnigh Lon Roy Lorri Smith Russell Stacy Walter Tabar Annalisa Torsky Christina Walker Linda Younghans • HI VfOw9 Mary Alu Kenneth Ashe Beverly Avery Tammy Baehr Sean Barlow Joseph Beachboard Theresa Bell Prapa Benpard James Bess Albert Biggs Donna Buck Douglas Carter Mary Chappell Mary Cowan David Delaria Anthony Demarzo Kathleen Diciaccio Sandra Doeller Marcel Douglass Stacey Dozier Donald Ellis Eric Eslinger Aa^hony Espinoza Seanlia Evans Gary Feeley Ralph Fyke Melissa Gabriel Thomas Garfield Randall Garrison Xavier Geiger Max Gonzales James Goodman Debbie Gordon Wendy Gordon Eric Hall Timothy Harris Geri Hill Keiry Hill Jacqueline Holliday Catherine Holmes Alan Hoopes Jerry Johnson Gloria Jones Mike Jose Edith Karr Pamela Kemp James Kistler Caroline Kogut Keith Lammers Tamara Langholz Brian Laugeson Kristina Lefler Rod Little Denise Lqng Kaylyn Lords James McNally Delvin Miller Jerry Mommer Melody Moore Shawna Moore Tracy Morris Candace Morrison Mikki Nash Dawn Nava Laura Negri Jean Nelson Nicky Pappas Todd Perez Karen Phillips Thomas Pinsonnault Daniel Radley Sheri Ross Anthony Royal Sean Rynearson Jesse Sanchez Michelle Schieck Loren Schmidt John Schramm Donna Schwieter Pledger Solomon Elizabeth Tomlin Kay Vanleuven Kent Ware Cheryl Wichael David Widhalm Reid Wilke Ruth Wilkins AUura Williams Diane Wood I00fd Michael Baker Sheri Bardin Jody Barrow ^tty Bates Beverly Begay Robert Bell Ruth Blomdal Rebecca Bond Sheryl Boscarino Leann Braun Jennifer Buettner Amy Burr Shannon Carducci Danielle Case Theresa Casey Rickey Chase Teresa Cochran Pamela Conway James Corby Kay Dalton Mary Darfey Grace Fackreli Kerry Flint Angela Fredsell Diane Gloria Sammy Gonzales Blake Haller Rowena Hardin Debra Herrmann Michael Huntsman Ricky Ikuma Michele Jimenei Gregory Jonei Patricia Jonei Tammara Jones Rusty Laminack Robert Laubach Carol Littleneld Marion Mager Michele Morgan Daniel Ostrander Rose Perez Barbara Phillips Kerrie Porter Robin Reeves Maria Reid Kenneth Render Cynthia Richardson Van Rick Deborah Roberson Paula Robinson Gwyn Ryan Sam Schokley Tommy Shumaker Elena Smith Lisa Spencer Ronald Tackett Daniel Taylor Edward Thurow Rhonda Varner James Ware Louis Warren Karen Wheeler Annemarie Whitmore Phillip Williams Matt Wilson Tammy Wingo Wayne Wooten Dallen Workman llthOrodc Kathleen Brink Terri Branscum Michael Burkes Michael Caldwell Michelle Carmouche Doninick Castle Betty Combs David Deacon Billy Faulkner Gregory Gammon David Geigle Sherri Giles Kirk Godby Michael Gonzales Brett Goodnow Kelly Hair Connie Hall Kevin Hamilton Curtis Harris Kenneth Helms Heather Hillstead Michael Holliday Denise Houghland Richard Houston Michele Jacobs Lisa Jones Michael Justice Patricia Kemp Maria Koontz Shane Lamb David Littlefield David Long Carol Lords Gay L^jcks Anna Martinez Lorelei Matheny Scott Matzke William McCown Pam McPherson Susan Moore / Mary Munford Karyn Murray Michael Okada Steven Omer Patricia Ortiz Janet Peeples Patrice Pickard Thomas Province Michael Radley Holly Rounds Shirley Russell Nancy Schutts Jeff Shaw Bruce Sillitoe Grant Smith Mary Smith Vernon Smith Christie Stanton Lucy Stephens Deborah Stopka Dorothy Thorn Hector Trejo Lydia Turnbeaugh Ward Twitchell Mark Weiss Kelly White Edith Whitehead Raymond Wichael Katherine Williams Kimberly Wolven Michael Bardin Kimberly D. Barrow Jeanette Bauman Greg Blackburn Kathy Bresselsmith Michael Briner James Brink Scott Castleberry Adrian Clark Charles Combs Eddy Corbridge Elayne Coroneos Terry Crose Mark Dominguez Diane Eckman Sharon R. Fruth Frederic Geiger Lea Gianos Frank Gines Dawn Hansen Sally Herrera Roxinne Herwick Michael Holmes Louis Hunt Irene Jacquez Mark Jimenez Theresa Johnson Keith Jones David Lammers Mark Laymon James Lemley Roberta Lucero Elizabeth McGlothlin Steven Miller Terrence Morgan Sonja Pedersen Gregory Phillips Barbara Raner Robert Ravenscraft Phyllis Rendc^r Steve Rowland Labaron Roylance Sandra Schoenfeld Joanne Shands Martin Shearin Chris Sheldon James Shinost Dianna Siller Kathleen M. Smith Richard Springer Randy Stanton Melody Stevens Dawn Stratton John Tafoya Andrea Taylor Sarah Torres Teresa Tury Ernestine Wade Debbie Walker Mark Wardlaw Deborah Wenger *-Brenda Worthen Katherine W>lhe A MOVING • STORAGE local. Stotevi/ide Woridwide YOUNG & RUE MOVING & STORAGE

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mfimt rfi-Htndtnon Horn* Ntws, Hn Service Available/ FOUR SEASONS,,, CLEANERS ilk. (35 YEARS EXPERIENCE) N4. 5&S-6S41 HON nU I TO 4 SAT The schedule: Dec. 1 Gorman at Basic Dec. 2 Basic at Clark Dec. 5 Basic at Bonanza Dec. 8 -Vo-Tech at Basic Dec. 12 Valley at Basic Dec. 14 Basic at Chaparral Jan. 2 ~ Basic at Las Vegas Jan. 5 Eldorado at Basic Jan. 9 Basic at Western Jan. 12 -Basic at Boulder City Jan. 16 Rancho at Basic Jan. 19 Basic at Gorman Jan. 26 Bonanza at Basic Jan. 27 Boulder City at Basic Jan 30 "Basic at Vo-Tech Feb. 2 -Basic at Valley Feb. 6 -Chaparral at Basic Feb. 9 Clark at Basic Feb. 13 Western at Basic Feb. 16 Las Vegas at Basic Feb. 20 Basic at Eldorado Feb. 23 •Basic at Rancho^^ Screening Clinic The Clark County Health District is offering a free cervical cancer screening clinic for Henderson women on Friday, May 19. The clinic is regularly scheduled for the third Friday of each month at St. Rose de Lima Hospital for women over 18 years of age. There are no income guidelines. The clinic hours are from 9:30 am. to 2:30 p.m. on Friday. For appointments, call ^^385 -1291, Ext. 231. News from Boulder City Denzil S. Pease Receives Paul Harris Fellowship There is no higher honor in the association of Rotary clubs throughout the world than that of receiving the Paul Harris Fellowship Award. In the Boulder City Rotary Club only one man has ever received this esteemed honor and that is Denzil "Denny" Pease of 925 New Mexico Street. The story of the Paul Harris Foundation is explained in another part of the NEWS today. The material was contained in an address by a California Rotarian named Herbert Hezlep. Denny Pease it listed in a world famous book called "Leading men in the United States." This honor was accorded him for many reasons, one being the work he did on setting up the Clark County uniform electric code. He is listed there as belonging to the Elks, the American Institute Electrical Inspectors, Director of the Federal Credit Union, Director, Southern Nevada Electric League. Long^before Boulder City had a paid director of recreation there were volunteers working on The Automitlc Solar-Cover 4 \ • Covers Pool in 30 SECONDS by PRESSING A BUTTON! • Fits new and existing pools in most shapes and sizes • If installed with a new pool, no fixtures are exposed! The AUTOMATIC SOLAR-COVER is the most complete swimming pool accessory you can buy It will do more for your pool than any other pool product. Consider the following: • As a SOLAR COLLECTOR it will add 10'-15 to your pool • As a THERf^AL INSULATOR it will insulate your pool and reduce heat loss by 70% • As a SAFETY COVER it will take the worry out of owning a pool • SAVE on CHLORlNE^ne gallon of chlorine will evaporate in two hours on a hot day. With the AUTOI^ATIC SOLARCOVER one gallon can last over a month • SAVE on ELECTRICITY. Pump and filter operation can be reduced by as much as 80% because you keep the heat in your pool and the dirt and leaves out! There s no point in generating heat in the daytime then letting it escape every night from an open pool. The AUTOMATIC SOLAR-COVER is for people who want the pleasure and security of a SAFE pool, without the expense, time and effort of maintaining it. For more information or an estimate call your locfll dealer. NEVADA COVER POOLS 870^347 Inttalled prtcM start at $2,000.00 three ballfields to benefit our youth and also the adults who loved sports of every kind. In this story there are hundreds of volunteers, not only that but Boulder City had a football Held so highly rated that none other in the state was built to where State track meets could be. held with the single exception of Reno. Bruce Eaton tells this story. L.R. Douglass was Director of Power on the Hoover Dam Project, his "boys" as he called Denny Pease. Bruce and 101 other volunteers, were given the encouragement and loan of government equipment to build the best football fleld, Softball Held and hardball field in the state! The men worked entirely on a volunteer basis. Denny, as did the others would give up their annual leave, their lunch hours, and go directly to the field after work. At a recent Rotary meeting, L.R. Douglass was presented with a moment called "This is Your Life" with Elton Garrett reciting the facts he had gathered. When finished, E.G. looked about at his fellow Rotarians and asked, "Did I leave something out." Up rose Bruce Eaton with the reminder of how L.R. Douglass had guided the men who volunteered from the Government to build the football field at the B.C.H.S. Denny Pease was one of those volunteers. Denny PtOM At A Cmmunity Volunteer He served for 10 years as a member of the Board of Directors in the Boulder Dam Federal Credit Union. From 1965 thru 1969 he was President. As President of the BDFCU he served during the construction of the modern facility that now houses the growing and dynamic organiiation. From 1943 to 1966, Denny was an active member of the EC Recreation Association. He not only helped pour concrete at the BCHS leld. he also had complete charge of the layout, engineering and ina Home Meet The Henderson Boys' Club hosted forty four wrestlers last Saturday in the last home meet of the season sponsoring a day of American Folk Style Wrestling. In their last meet of the year the Boys' Club team will compete in the Junior World Qualifying Tournament for free style and Greco Roman wrestlers at Rancho High School in North Las Vegas, Saturday, May 13 at 12:30 p.m. In last Saturday's meet the Boys' Club Team 'members finished as follows: Richard Daskas, 56Vi 59^. lb., age 9-11, finished 3rd. Tommy Ford, 112-116, 12-13,1st. Mike Smith, 904 lOO, 11-13,4th. Mike Smith, 89 • 100. 11-12. 3rd. Abram Salaza^. 89 100,11-12, 2nd. Marc Smith, 3rd. Rodney Ford, 69 73. 10-11, 3rd. Maurice Hernandez, ilazai 89 ,d. 1 \ 69 7\lO, 69-73,10-11,1st. -^-'-:;?: Marc Smith, 6'*^3r 10-11,4th. Robert Daskas, ^1 69, 10-11. 3rd. Scott Miner, 6189. 10-11,1st. Rodney Ford. 61 • 69, 10-11, 2nd. Matt Miner, 47W 55, 6-8,1st. DarylRhoads,47V4-55, 6-8,2nd: Derek Valdez,47V4-55, 6-8.3rd. Matt Miner, 46 -51, 6-8, 1st. Derek Valdez, 46-51. 6-8,2nd. stallation of the B.C.H.S. football field, also the Softball and hardball fields and the tennis courts lighting. His donated time amounted to 75 per • cent. Denny was an avid bowler until an injury to his back caused hin> to retire from the sport. Denny and Esther Pease share the honors of receiving the Paul Harris Foundation. Esther is proud of her partner in marriage and as a Rotaryann she has assisted him in every way she can. Together they share a family of 7 children plus all those marvelous relatives! 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JONES, • DENTIST • Our Stott and Mcral govarnmcnti or* too liboroll If tho stoto got* 0 turplut in tho Irooiury, oil ogonciot wont to tpond it. I would likt to tot a coiling ploctd on Proporty Taxii right now. No raiting on tho $5 maximum tax roto but alto froozt tho ovaluation prooduro. Thoy could raito toxot until wo pay on 100 porcont ovaluation of proporty intttod of almost 35 porcont. Thii 3S porcont ihould bo froton alto, and moko govommont livo within thtir moont liko wo dol ELIZABETH BRYANT HOMEMAKER • CHILD ABUSEI Porontt art not allowod to reprimand thaif chikiron in thit State by tponking or any othor mild phytical moani. Thit thould bo loekod into bocaut* I itill boliovo in tho oW "Sparo tho Red Spoil tho Child" philatophy. In cortain catoi a child might bo adminittorod a spanking whon all olto failt. 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Deal with each ittuo separately such at equal pay which t am in accord with but do noi lump all ittuot together into a giant "Mulligan Stewl" VICKIE NEWELL SOUTHERN NEVADA YOUTH FAIR MANAGER • HEAVIER EMPHASIS ON LOCAL ELECTION Thit it a point I would urgo people to become more aware of. Net enough emphasit it put on local election, or the tnraller politician and that it where it all bogint. We are faced with local lawt daily rather than national low. For initanco, the School Board, tho County and City Committionert play the octive role in our daily livetl KATHRYN SNEEO HOMEMAKER THE ABORTION LAW thould have tighter regulation in my ottimotion. I would liko to toe a discontinuance of State funding of abortions for undoraged girls. I feel tho parentt thould hove the right to aid their doughtort in thit delicate decition inttead of the State Social Woriiorl SlMMiRY: Tim question took time in (iettiiifi nnifwers. Some people are afraid to voice an opinion. Opinions with action are what law is made up of. Freedom of speech is what its all about! GRACE ZIMBRICK RETIRED SCHOOL TEACHER HOMEMAKER LEGALIZING PROSTITUTION IN CLARK COUNTY AND SOUTHERN NEVADA SHOULD NOT BE PASSEDI Thit would be against all that The Holy Bible stands for. Sex thould be kept tocred and an act of love not of the flesh to be "sold." Nevada it tuch a natur:!iy beautiful state that the Lord created and it it a pity to tonetion any ittuo or law making this a common acti A local businesswoman reported a number of Series E $25 Savings bonds and one $50 savings bond missing from an ofTice safe sometime between April 1 and 26. Total value of the bonds was listed at $172. April 29 A resident of 382 Oak Spring Court reported items valued at $1,298 had been removed from the garage of the residence. Items listed included five Italian Cypress trees, 10 evergreen tree shrubs, a water softener, gas barbeque, moped bicycle and a lawn mower and grass catcher. Mays A local resident observed a car moving at a slow rate of speed toward the intersection of Major Avenue and High 93. Thinking the driver of the vehicle possibly sick or injured, the resident opened the driver's door, applied the foot brake and then put the car shift lever in park, removed the keys and contacted the police. The car would have eventually moved into the intersection. He observed the driver still had a lighted cigarette in his hand. Andres Lozand of 825 Center Street, driver of the car, was arrested on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol and or drugs, carrying a concealed weapon and possession of a controlled substance not admissable into interstate commerce. May 6 Charles Weast reported a CB radio had been removed from his car valued at $75. May B Patrick Tucker, 22. of Las Vegas was arrested at 1:30 p.m. and charged with driving under the influence. He was stopped in the Pittman area on Boulder Highway after being observed between 80 and 90 mph in a 45 mile an hour zone. MayB 5:20 p.m. Police were called to Van Wagenen Street where a 12 year old girl was cited for breaking a tree in the front yard. According to residents of the area, the girl had been abusive in language to the people living there. The parents refused to sign the citation so police advised them when the girl was to appear in court. May 11 Steven Holman reported the loss of his wallet while playing baseball at Morrell Park. He had returned later to look for it but could not find it. May 12 Robert Strahl was arrested at 3:20 am. and charged with vagrancy prowl upon private property. Police found Strahl on the rear porch ofthe Nevada State Welfare Office and upon questioning, told police he had left his identification and keys inside the business earlier when he had been in to see his brother who worked at the business. Upon further investigation it was determined his brother did not work for the Welfare department. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IN IMI HONtM iUUKUl OlSnia COUIT or TM* STAn or NivAOA IN ANO rat TMi COUNTY or CUK CAHNOrOMer PKIO *#r ni:irr.M. 'n lOnnAiOWMAN CUM • T lOMOA MYIK hi Ito Main, rf rit* rmnial llfkH n t nucn M oouTtH w^ uur OUNI OOUTm, Wiwn Nona TO: JOMPM WIIUAM OOllTlil. Jl MIV)t luHwi • Hw W n mmW mimn. Tou kn Hiiiir Nonmo )•(•< (Km toi Ww fllW in rha k wiHtM CMM a ^•Mtiait f*> Ttnntnaliw tl Hrtn llfMt •vf tK ab*v nmmm4 mifiar ptnmnt, vtd rtw) rtw rliti*n h Wtn Mt tm hamtknf • Cvt, • )M Cwflfwm llwrW. > in rt Ctwnry tl Omk. M TuM^ay. hmt M. 1*71, • ilw tow • < t:00 a.m •! whtiti tin* wi^ yl* yav • rM|wli*4 M to prM*n, N yaw ^Mii* •• lapiii >to ratitiM. DATIO (Ml IMIl *my • *anl. <*'• loemA >owMAN. cuiK lOUfUAMTin (OltTWCT COUIT SIAl) N May 1, I*. 11. lTt IN nw UOMTH JUOtCIAl OtSTMCT COUIT or TNI ST An or NIVADA IN ANO lOI THI couNnorcuK CAM NO DIM* MUD May IOlllNll-71., lonnAiowMAN CUM IT MIUNN tMTN In ito Malltr f iha AMilfailtn al TIMOTHT LAWUNa JOUT. to Ctonf* • Nona NOTKi h toato ••• Itoi TVMOTMT UWnNCI JOUY tot M Ito lOrti toy W May. I *TI. WM a MIH.n <int ablaoian la tto iKanflne *> IN TM nOMTH JUOIOAl OISTUCT COUIT or TM ST ATI or NIV ADA IN ANO K>l TM COUNTT or CUIK CAtI NO. Dlllt nuo May 1. 11:01 m Tt lOinTA lOWMAN CUM iY OIIOIAM DOnON In tht Malta' al )lia A^fllcailan af nCNAlO NASUU JAINAOm. to Ctoiifa W Nama AMINDIO NOTKi AMINMD NOTICI M ka>to |lan ttol IKNAiO HASMU iAINAOIN to( a aTiar data a( ito lail fuWkatian tt >^t Natka DATIO at lai Vatai. Naada. UMI l>d day a< May, 1*71 iOWAID WIINtTlIN Altamay to Ntitianar IMS lat Vatai tlvd i \M% Vafai. Navada 1*104 H-May*. U, 11, 1f7 NOTICI or AMUCATION KM riMViSION TO AiMOftiAn TM ruiuc wATiit or TM STATI or NIVAOA MAT II, 1*71 A^totlaaNa llOM NaMaa li toraky fraan Itol an tto lltli day a Htotay I *7I. Cto^t Di UlvatM a< la< Vafat. iata a< Navada mada a^ka. tian la ilia Slata lninaai a< Navada to rumnutr H aa>aala 01 al a lacand laal a( Ito pu^k watan a< Ito ilata a) to vada Dtvariian ii ta ba mada ton* mn inda>eand tawna ai a paiM lacatad •Mtoi Ito tiv. SWVi, laatoa U. T lit, •MN MO • AM, ar a a takmt torn iMi Ito H (anw al Ito t WVi a( MM Saniaa 14 toan I M* 04'11 -1, a diManaa a 471 71 IN TMI HOMTH JUDKIAl OISTIICT COUIT or THi STATI or NIVADA. IN AND KM TM COUNTT or CLAM NliO May 1. 4}*rM'7l lOIITTA lOWMAN CUIK IT OtIOIAH DOTiON Ha. n ee i T IN TM MATTtl or TM ItTATt 01 OOIOTMY I JAiOON. DKIASIO NOTKI or iiMi or noviNG win Nalica it toraby fian itol NIVAOA NATIONAL lANK. toin Iliad in iMi Cauit a datumani pwparNn^la ka Ito latt will and lattainani a* DOIOTNT I JA|. DON. dataaia d and a patilian. prayinf ttol tha iom ba odmiHad ta patota. and Itot NIVAOA NATIONAl SANK ba appatntad IXKUTOI. itoraal: itoi tto toaf. inf itorcan tot baan liiad by laid Cawn to rndav. Ito l*tli doy a May. 1*71, at *10 a'ctok a m a< taid day, at tto Caxct tovia, in Ito City a lai Vafat. Caunty a< ClaHi, Slata a< Navada. and all panani inlafMlad in laid atlala aia natitod tton and ttof* la ofyaa' and itow cowia, il any ttoy Kava ^liy laid will itould nat to ad"uttad ta pntota and laid potitianar mppainiad IXKUTOI ttoiaal Oatad May I AD l7| lOirnA tOWMAN. Ctot ty OHOIAM DOTSON. Oaputy Cto* (DHTno COUIT SIAl) H-May *, II. 14, 1*71 m TW ROMTM JUDIOAl DISTIICT COUIT or rai STATI or NIVADA. IN AND IM TM COUNTT or CLAM Ht. 01*71 tlVMN ur WOOD, IN TM IIOMTM MOKIAl DISTIICT COUr or TM STATI or NIVAOA IN AND tO* TM COUNTT or CUIK HUD May4 4:ll^rM"7l lOirTA lOWMAN CUIK IT iiismti tiinnsoM Na.1M IN TM MATTH or TM ISTATI OT lAll 0 UMiY, Oacaatad. NOTICI TO CIIDITOIS (*0 Dayt Natka) Natica it tonto fivan ttot tto undwtifnad tot baan duly apaintad and avaliKad by tto abava antitlad Cawft an tto lltb day a 0 Vafat. Naaad a Mi lOlti day af May, 1*71. lOWAM HIIMSTIM Atsffwy • if ntMcfMr IMS Lot Vafat Mvd I. lat Vafat, Navada 1*104 H May U. 11, M, l7| IN TM HOMTM MOKIAl DISTIKT COUn or TW ITATI or NIVAOA. M ANO lOI TNi courn or CUM Na 011M lAnAIADAHT, ^1 putp n ti totn January 1 n la Da t aiatoi lltt af aatli yaa* Data af hnt pwWItattoi. Iltey II, t*7l Data af latt pwWIaaHaa, iwaa II, IVTI lAMIU tUi WOOD. SUMMONS TM tTAn or NIVAOA SINOS OMITINOS TO IM AlOVI NAMM OWNDANT Taw ara toraby twmmanad mlt4 rw^l^>m ta latva uan DIAN IliiXI tawtfi fautli Sttaat to I *. lat Vafai, Nav MIQI an anivrar ta tto Camalaint wKich it baiawtth la^vad wpan yaa, wlitot 10 dayt aflat tatvtaa af tto Swtamant w^aa yaw, aadwMva af tto day af tandta. If yaw fad ta da aa, jwdfniint by dafawM wM to taban afainii yaw fat Ito tallaf daint • OUNOO MiTMOAlO, fl lOtMOAnT, TNI ST An 0* NIVAOA tiNM OiHTINOt TO TNI AiOVI • IIAAW 0NOAIt: Taa an toaaky awamanad aad laeaftad ta lataa afMt HWAW Wl l Wil, ., laa Vaeai Md. t.. Ua Vafat, Ma.ada If TO* aa attaata. ta a Ci wfl i a*Mi IB w^fp^BWiw vs^^v iP|pvA fpvWt ^e0^^e^ M9 yaa, aa at wdva af ito • • •> iwlKii HiMi m4 Ulan •• ^ Ita iblOlinA lOWMAN. Ctokaf Catot lyiAMMOni OofWtyCtoli DISTMCT COUn SIAl DAnAftll 11, 1*71 H AH) tto I4h day af A^l, l7l, at Adminirata> al tto attata af MUNI ANNA MAIIA HATiS dacaatad All tiadltaw havinf (latmt afalna laid attata mm laawiiad ta fila tto latna witli tto nn i laactoii atiat to d. wtth tto Claft af tto Cawrt wittan 40 dayt afto ito fittt ^blicatian af ttat natto Oatad AfrtI 14. AD l*7| (l|Wm Jallntoyai HUJOHNNAnS (i| Jamat I Owatman Attata^ la* ttia liiata JAMIS i OmSMAN US Sa. Ttod. $ta 14 lat Vafat, NV 1*101 N • May *, II. 11, 1*71 IN TM MNTM JUOtOAl OKTMCT COUIT or IM STAn or NIVADA. M ANO MM TW COUNTT or CUM Na AI7*t4IOm NO VMM CAIlh OOKi, KINNITM KNIOHT. HNIItT lONKN, and VKXfT O0l. DaTandantt. w iwwmanad and ra^uliad ta i*ma wpan laN. UavW I Otaan. Ctor. tl latt Irldfat k,*, lat Vafat. Niiadi MIOI an ana a at ta ito Cam, inaia oiv nanttaa taai ^^~~__ laar aad atoar aaaaa. mana afan yaw, a a t l wtlva af tto day rf If yaa tol ta da ta. ladfrni m to CtotafCawM •y MAMMA lAOKU (MRKT eOMI HAD •AI|:MBy. Irt N • tor II, II. Ml iMM I. In (May II. AO It7| lOOTTA MWMAM. Cto* ly lOMUA MTMS, tofafy Ctol (MTIKICOUniiAM H-ll^rilll.lliin "•• waW" li^ww f>w B^r* ^w* #Mt •* IIM •AIW at lat Vafai, Na aJa, Mto Itrf day al May. 1*71. lOWfUO VMNSTIM taftaf daaiaiidadtalto lldi la aa aaton to net lai Vafai IM S I mo* N • May f. It. 11. I7t UMTTA WimiAN. CtolalCaati •y COUHN QUMIAN topatyCtot (DtfTIKT COUtI HAD Mlt: Mat* 1. Iin N • Afifi M. May 1.1. 11^ U. IfTt AM II, 1*71 AmicATiON roi rtiMissioN TO CMANOI TM rOINT OT OIVIISION Of TM ruiuc wATiis or TM STATI or NIVADA Minoroii AmofiiATio Ajjyittat t an Na. 14 *17 taOflCI ItWMVT OMIN. ttot an tto iVHl day rf Navambar, 1*77. Tifa< Invattmant Campany af Lat Vafai, Navada. mada aaflicatian N Ito Stata hflnaar af Navada to rafimiiian ta (tonfa tto ^nt af dlvariian af 01 < 11. af watat toialatoa a^ rtfnalad wndat rannit to. I01S4. CatilKata to )*47 Weia' will ba divaftad torn an undatg'aund ladha at a naw paint latatad wittoi tto Si'i Ni't, Satitan *, T IIS I 411 MO I I M or at a paint torn WIMII tto I' • carna> af Mid Saitlan • baan S 6* dafiaat DT ID' |, • dlitanca af 1001 *4taat Watarwilltoutadto^uou. munitipal and damattit pwrpaMt torn January 1 it ta Da ca mbai ) IM af aacK yaaf Tba aiiitinf point af divanian wai Iram an wndarfravnd laurta toatad wiHiin tto SW'4 NI'l. Sato al tto tvmmaa, .pan yaw. aaalaafva af tto dayafianma IfyawtoltadoM.Mfmant by
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mfimt rfi-Htndtnon Horn* Ntws, Hn Service Available/ FOUR SEASONS,,, CLEANERS ilk. (35 YEARS EXPERIENCE) N4. 5&S-6S41 HON nU I TO 4 SAT The schedule: Dec. 1 Gorman at Basic Dec. 2 Basic at Clark Dec. 5 Basic at Bonanza Dec. 8 -Vo-Tech at Basic Dec. 12 Valley at Basic Dec. 14 Basic at Chaparral Jan. 2 ~ Basic at Las Vegas Jan. 5 Eldorado at Basic Jan. 9 Basic at Western Jan. 12 -Basic at Boulder City Jan. 16 Rancho at Basic Jan. 19 Basic at Gorman Jan. 26 Bonanza at Basic Jan. 27 Boulder City at Basic Jan 30 "Basic at Vo-Tech Feb. 2 -Basic at Valley Feb. 6 -Chaparral at Basic Feb. 9 Clark at Basic Feb. 13 Western at Basic Feb. 16 Las Vegas at Basic Feb. 20 Basic at Eldorado Feb. 23 •Basic at Rancho^^ Screening Clinic The Clark County Health District is offering a free cervical cancer screening clinic for Henderson women on Friday, May 19. The clinic is regularly scheduled for the third Friday of each month at St. Rose de Lima Hospital for women over 18 years of age. There are no income guidelines. The clinic hours are from 9:30 am. to 2:30 p.m. on Friday. For appointments, call ^^385 -1291, Ext. 231. News from Boulder City Denzil S. Pease Receives Paul Harris Fellowship There is no higher honor in the association of Rotary clubs throughout the world than that of receiving the Paul Harris Fellowship Award. In the Boulder City Rotary Club only one man has ever received this esteemed honor and that is Denzil "Denny" Pease of 925 New Mexico Street. The story of the Paul Harris Foundation is explained in another part of the NEWS today. The material was contained in an address by a California Rotarian named Herbert Hezlep. Denny Pease it listed in a world famous book called "Leading men in the United States." This honor was accorded him for many reasons, one being the work he did on setting up the Clark County uniform electric code. He is listed there as belonging to the Elks, the American Institute Electrical Inspectors, Director of the Federal Credit Union, Director, Southern Nevada Electric League. Long^before Boulder City had a paid director of recreation there were volunteers working on The Automitlc Solar-Cover 4 \ • Covers Pool in 30 SECONDS by PRESSING A BUTTON! • Fits new and existing pools in most shapes and sizes • If installed with a new pool, no fixtures are exposed! The AUTOMATIC SOLAR-COVER is the most complete swimming pool accessory you can buy It will do more for your pool than any other pool product. Consider the following: • As a SOLAR COLLECTOR it will add 10'-15 to your pool • As a THERf^AL INSULATOR it will insulate your pool and reduce heat loss by 70% • As a SAFETY COVER it will take the worry out of owning a pool • SAVE on CHLORlNE^ne gallon of chlorine will evaporate in two hours on a hot day. With the AUTOI^ATIC SOLARCOVER one gallon can last over a month • SAVE on ELECTRICITY. Pump and filter operation can be reduced by as much as 80% because you keep the heat in your pool and the dirt and leaves out! There s no point in generating heat in the daytime then letting it escape every night from an open pool. The AUTOMATIC SOLAR-COVER is for people who want the pleasure and security of a SAFE pool, without the expense, time and effort of maintaining it. For more information or an estimate call your locfll dealer. NEVADA COVER POOLS 870^347 Inttalled prtcM start at $2,000.00 three ballfields to benefit our youth and also the adults who loved sports of every kind. In this story there are hundreds of volunteers, not only that but Boulder City had a football Held so highly rated that none other in the state was built to where State track meets could be. held with the single exception of Reno. Bruce Eaton tells this story. L.R. Douglass was Director of Power on the Hoover Dam Project, his "boys" as he called Denny Pease. Bruce and 101 other volunteers, were given the encouragement and loan of government equipment to build the best football fleld, Softball Held and hardball field in the state! The men worked entirely on a volunteer basis. Denny, as did the others would give up their annual leave, their lunch hours, and go directly to the field after work. At a recent Rotary meeting, L.R. Douglass was presented with a moment called "This is Your Life" with Elton Garrett reciting the facts he had gathered. When finished, E.G. looked about at his fellow Rotarians and asked, "Did I leave something out." Up rose Bruce Eaton with the reminder of how L.R. Douglass had guided the men who volunteered from the Government to build the football field at the B.C.H.S. Denny Pease was one of those volunteers. Denny PtOM At A Cmmunity Volunteer He served for 10 years as a member of the Board of Directors in the Boulder Dam Federal Credit Union. From 1965 thru 1969 he was President. As President of the BDFCU he served during the construction of the modern facility that now houses the growing and dynamic organiiation. From 1943 to 1966, Denny was an active member of the EC Recreation Association. He not only helped pour concrete at the BCHS leld. he also had complete charge of the layout, engineering and ina Home Meet The Henderson Boys' Club hosted forty four wrestlers last Saturday in the last home meet of the season sponsoring a day of American Folk Style Wrestling. In their last meet of the year the Boys' Club team will compete in the Junior World Qualifying Tournament for free style and Greco Roman wrestlers at Rancho High School in North Las Vegas, Saturday, May 13 at 12:30 p.m. In last Saturday's meet the Boys' Club Team 'members finished as follows: Richard Daskas, 56Vi 59^. lb., age 9-11, finished 3rd. Tommy Ford, 112-116, 12-13,1st. Mike Smith, 904 lOO, 11-13,4th. Mike Smith, 89 • 100. 11-12. 3rd. Abram Salaza^. 89 100,11-12, 2nd. Marc Smith, 3rd. Rodney Ford, 69 73. 10-11, 3rd. Maurice Hernandez, ilazai 89 ,d. 1 \ 69 7\lO, 69-73,10-11,1st. -^-'-:;?: Marc Smith, 6'*^3r 10-11,4th. Robert Daskas, ^1 69, 10-11. 3rd. Scott Miner, 6189. 10-11,1st. Rodney Ford. 61 • 69, 10-11, 2nd. Matt Miner, 47W 55, 6-8,1st. DarylRhoads,47V4-55, 6-8,2nd: Derek Valdez,47V4-55, 6-8.3rd. Matt Miner, 46 -51, 6-8, 1st. Derek Valdez, 46-51. 6-8,2nd. stallation of the B.C.H.S. football field, also the Softball and hardball fields and the tennis courts lighting. His donated time amounted to 75 per • cent. Denny was an avid bowler until an injury to his back caused hin> to retire from the sport. Denny and Esther Pease share the honors of receiving the Paul Harris Foundation. Esther is proud of her partner in marriage and as a Rotaryann she has assisted him in every way she can. Together they share a family of 7 children plus all those marvelous relatives! 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JONES, • DENTIST • Our Stott and Mcral govarnmcnti or* too liboroll If tho stoto got* 0 turplut in tho Irooiury, oil ogonciot wont to tpond it. I would likt to tot a coiling ploctd on Proporty Taxii right now. No raiting on tho $5 maximum tax roto but alto froozt tho ovaluation prooduro. Thoy could raito toxot until wo pay on 100 porcont ovaluation of proporty intttod of almost 35 porcont. Thii 3S porcont ihould bo froton alto, and moko govommont livo within thtir moont liko wo dol ELIZABETH BRYANT HOMEMAKER • CHILD ABUSEI Porontt art not allowod to reprimand thaif chikiron in thit State by tponking or any othor mild phytical moani. Thit thould bo loekod into bocaut* I itill boliovo in tho oW "Sparo tho Red Spoil tho Child" philatophy. In cortain catoi a child might bo adminittorod a spanking whon all olto failt. Tho Social Workort (many of whom aro childlott, or unmarried) thould novor bo placed in charge of luch Family Welfare catoti LEGAL NOTICE Nonci or AmtcATiON K>I KIMHUON TO AWioMun mi rvtuc WATHS or rm n*n or NIVAOA MAT II, itn III MM I H lieu 4^ •< takruwy I f 71, OMIIM M titMtl •( Hwi M HM tNM Inalmw •! NinJi Iw prntmntttn w i^piipilali .0*•> • IlimJ ^B^w ^w "nB ^NMW( v^^^p^ ov ^nv •f'BB^ ee • W^B^W^W^BWHW IB rw Vv ^ft^ W'^OW tfH i<M.. I *ei, tILO.I tM., w •) • ptUM hw* Mi fM SW mnm •(•<• MM •! MM iMtwn 14 UM 1 M*0Oir W, • dbfer fvfl • mwnicl^al ^rp*fi frm tonwwy IM M DMsmkw ] I ti •< tadi year DsN d Nn) pWk)iMt, Wiy )t, l7l tan W i—i pvWinXOT ttK II, Itri iOUMo D witmoAie, r.t N • ttoy N(M> Ne. MM • HKI), atA ieMA.M laaM MifcMy ln^M' dry. Nnate WTIl H Mar ••. IWt AUCE FIFE BOB OLSEN REAL ESTATE E.R.A. AMENDMENT SHOULD NOT BE RE-ACTIFIED bocauto tho Kopo it too oncompatting. Deal with each ittuo separately such at equal pay which t am in accord with but do noi lump all ittuot together into a giant "Mulligan Stewl" VICKIE NEWELL SOUTHERN NEVADA YOUTH FAIR MANAGER • HEAVIER EMPHASIS ON LOCAL ELECTION Thit it a point I would urgo people to become more aware of. Net enough emphasit it put on local election, or the tnraller politician and that it where it all bogint. We are faced with local lawt daily rather than national low. For initanco, the School Board, tho County and City Committionert play the octive role in our daily livetl KATHRYN SNEEO HOMEMAKER THE ABORTION LAW thould have tighter regulation in my ottimotion. I would liko to toe a discontinuance of State funding of abortions for undoraged girls. I feel tho parentt thould hove the right to aid their doughtort in thit delicate decition inttead of the State Social Woriiorl SlMMiRY: Tim question took time in (iettiiifi nnifwers. Some people are afraid to voice an opinion. Opinions with action are what law is made up of. Freedom of speech is what its all about! GRACE ZIMBRICK RETIRED SCHOOL TEACHER HOMEMAKER LEGALIZING PROSTITUTION IN CLARK COUNTY AND SOUTHERN NEVADA SHOULD NOT BE PASSEDI Thit would be against all that The Holy Bible stands for. Sex thould be kept tocred and an act of love not of the flesh to be "sold." Nevada it tuch a natur:!iy beautiful state that the Lord created and it it a pity to tonetion any ittuo or law making this a common acti A local businesswoman reported a number of Series E $25 Savings bonds and one $50 savings bond missing from an ofTice safe sometime between April 1 and 26. Total value of the bonds was listed at $172. April 29 A resident of 382 Oak Spring Court reported items valued at $1,298 had been removed from the garage of the residence. Items listed included five Italian Cypress trees, 10 evergreen tree shrubs, a water softener, gas barbeque, moped bicycle and a lawn mower and grass catcher. Mays A local resident observed a car moving at a slow rate of speed toward the intersection of Major Avenue and High 93. Thinking the driver of the vehicle possibly sick or injured, the resident opened the driver's door, applied the foot brake and then put the car shift lever in park, removed the keys and contacted the police. The car would have eventually moved into the intersection. He observed the driver still had a lighted cigarette in his hand. Andres Lozand of 825 Center Street, driver of the car, was arrested on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol and or drugs, carrying a concealed weapon and possession of a controlled substance not admissable into interstate commerce. May 6 Charles Weast reported a CB radio had been removed from his car valued at $75. May B Patrick Tucker, 22. of Las Vegas was arrested at 1:30 p.m. and charged with driving under the influence. He was stopped in the Pittman area on Boulder Highway after being observed between 80 and 90 mph in a 45 mile an hour zone. MayB 5:20 p.m. Police were called to Van Wagenen Street where a 12 year old girl was cited for breaking a tree in the front yard. According to residents of the area, the girl had been abusive in language to the people living there. The parents refused to sign the citation so police advised them when the girl was to appear in court. May 11 Steven Holman reported the loss of his wallet while playing baseball at Morrell Park. He had returned later to look for it but could not find it. May 12 Robert Strahl was arrested at 3:20 am. and charged with vagrancy prowl upon private property. Police found Strahl on the rear porch ofthe Nevada State Welfare Office and upon questioning, told police he had left his identification and keys inside the business earlier when he had been in to see his brother who worked at the business. Upon further investigation it was determined his brother did not work for the Welfare department. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IN IMI HONtM iUUKUl OlSnia COUIT or TM* STAn or NivAOA IN ANO rat TMi COUNTY or CUK CAHNOrOMer PKIO *#r ni:irr.M. 'n lOnnAiOWMAN CUM • T lOMOA MYIK hi Ito Main, rf rit* rmnial llfkH n t nucn M oouTtH w^ uur OUNI OOUTm, Wiwn Nona TO: JOMPM WIIUAM OOllTlil. Jl MIV)t luHwi • Hw W n mmW mimn. Tou kn Hiiiir Nonmo )•(•< (Km toi Ww fllW in rha k wiHtM CMM a ^•Mtiait f*> Ttnntnaliw tl Hrtn
llfMt •vf tK ab*v nmmm4 mifiar ptnmnt, vtd rtw) rtw rliti*n h Wtn Mt tm hamtknf • Cvt, • )M Cwflfwm llwrW. > in rt Ctwnry tl Omk. M TuM^ay. hmt M. 1*71, • ilw tow • < t:00 a.m •! whtiti tin* wi^ yl* yav • rM|wli*4 M to prM*n, N yaw ^Mii* •• lapiii >to ratitiM. DATIO (Ml IMIl *my • *anl. <*'• loemA >owMAN. cuiK lOUfUAMTin (OltTWCT COUIT SIAl) N May 1, I*. 11. lTt IN nw UOMTH JUOtCIAl OtSTMCT COUIT or TNI ST An or NIVADA IN ANO lOI THI couNnorcuK CAM NO DIM* MUD May IOlllNll-71., lonnAiowMAN CUM IT MIUNN tMTN In ito Malltr f iha AMilfailtn al TIMOTHT LAWUNa JOUT. to Ctonf* • Nona NOTKi h toato ••• Itoi TVMOTMT UWnNCI JOUY tot M Ito lOrti toy W May. I *TI. WM a MIH.n <int ablaoian la tto iKanflne *> IN TM nOMTH JUOIOAl OISTUCT COUIT or TM ST ATI or NIV ADA IN ANO K>l TM COUNTT or CUIK CAtI NO. Dlllt nuo May 1. 11:01 m Tt lOinTA lOWMAN CUM iY OIIOIAM DOnON In tht Malta' al )lia A^fllcailan af nCNAlO NASUU JAINAOm. to Ctoiifa W Nama AMINDIO NOTKi AMINMD NOTICI M ka>to |lan ttol IKNAiO HASMU iAINAOIN to( a aTiar data a( ito lail fuWkatian tt >^t Natka DATIO at lai Vatai. Naada. UMI l>d day a< May, 1*71 iOWAID WIINtTlIN Altamay to Ntitianar IMS lat Vatai tlvd i \M% Vafai. Navada 1*104 H-May*. U, 11, 1f7 NOTICI or AMUCATION KM riMViSION TO AiMOftiAn TM ruiuc wATiit or TM STATI or NIVAOA MAT II, 1*71 A^totlaaNa llOM NaMaa li toraky fraan Itol an tto lltli day a Htotay I *7I. Cto^t Di UlvatM a< la< Vafat. iata a< Navada mada a^ka. tian la ilia Slata lninaai a< Navada to rumnutr H aa>aala 01 al a lacand laal a( Ito pu^k watan a< Ito ilata a) to vada Dtvariian ii ta ba mada ton* mn inda>eand tawna ai a paiM lacatad •Mtoi Ito tiv. SWVi, laatoa U. T lit, •MN MO • AM, ar a a takmt torn iMi Ito H (anw al Ito t WVi a( MM Saniaa 14 toan I M* 04'11 -1, a diManaa a 471 71 IN TMI HOMTH JUDKIAl OISTIICT COUIT or THi STATI or NIVADA. IN AND KM TM COUNTT or CLAM NliO May 1. 4}*rM'7l lOIITTA lOWMAN CUIK IT OtIOIAH DOTiON Ha. n ee i T IN TM MATTtl or TM ItTATt 01 OOIOTMY I JAiOON. DKIASIO NOTKI or iiMi or noviNG win Nalica it toraby fian itol NIVAOA NATIONAL lANK. toin Iliad in iMi Cauit a datumani pwparNn^la ka Ito latt will and lattainani a* DOIOTNT I JA|. DON. dataaia d and a patilian. prayinf ttol tha iom ba odmiHad ta patota. and Itot NIVAOA NATIONAl SANK ba appatntad IXKUTOI. itoraal: itoi tto toaf. inf itorcan tot baan liiad by laid Cawn to rndav. Ito l*tli doy a May. 1*71, at *10 a'ctok a m a< taid day, at tto Caxct tovia, in Ito City a lai Vafat. Caunty a< ClaHi, Slata a< Navada. and all panani inlafMlad in laid atlala aia natitod tton and ttof* la ofyaa' and itow cowia, il any ttoy Kava ^liy laid will itould nat to ad"uttad ta pntota and laid potitianar mppainiad IXKUTOI ttoiaal Oatad May I AD l7| lOirnA tOWMAN. Ctot ty OHOIAM DOTSON. Oaputy Cto* (DHTno COUIT SIAl) H-May *, II. 14, 1*71 m TW ROMTM JUDIOAl DISTIICT COUIT or rai STATI or NIVADA. IN AND IM TM COUNTT or CLAM Ht. 01*71 tlVMN ur WOOD, IN TM IIOMTM MOKIAl DISTIICT COUr or TM STATI or NIVAOA IN AND tO* TM COUNTT or CUIK HUD May4 4:ll^rM"7l lOirTA lOWMAN CUIK IT iiismti tiinnsoM Na.1M IN TM MATTH or TM ISTATI OT lAll 0 UMiY, Oacaatad. NOTICI TO CIIDITOIS (*0 Dayt Natka) Natica it tonto fivan ttot tto undwtifnad tot baan duly apaintad and avaliKad by tto abava antitlad Cawft an tto lltb day a 0 Vafat. Naaad a Mi lOlti day af May, 1*71. lOWAM HIIMSTIM Atsffwy • if ntMcfMr IMS Lot Vafat Mvd I. lat Vafat, Navada 1*104 H May U. 11, M, l7| IN TM HOMTM MOKIAl DISTIKT COUn or TW ITATI or NIVAOA. M ANO lOI TNi courn or CUM Na 011M lAnAIADAHT, ^1 putp n ti totn January 1 n la Da t aiatoi lltt af aatli yaa* Data af hnt pwWItattoi. Iltey II, t*7l Data af latt pwWIaaHaa, iwaa II, IVTI lAMIU tUi WOOD. SUMMONS TM tTAn or NIVAOA SINOS OMITINOS TO IM AlOVI NAMM OWNDANT Taw ara toraby twmmanad mlt4 rw^l^>m ta latva uan DIAN IliiXI tawtfi fautli Sttaat to I *. lat Vafai, Nav MIQI an anivrar ta tto Camalaint wKich it baiawtth la^vad wpan yaa, wlitot 10 dayt aflat tatvtaa af tto Swtamant w^aa yaw, aadwMva af tto day af tandta. If yaw fad ta da aa, jwdfniint by dafawM wM to taban afainii yaw fat Ito tallaf daint • OUNOO MiTMOAlO, fl lOtMOAnT, TNI ST An 0* NIVAOA tiNM OiHTINOt TO TNI AiOVI • IIAAW 0NOAIt: Taa an toaaky awamanad aad laeaftad ta lataa afMt HWAW Wl l Wil, ., laa Vaeai Md. t.. Ua Vafat, Ma.ada If TO* aa attaata. ta a Ci wfl i a*Mi IB w^fp^BWiw vs^^v iP|pvA fpvWt ^e0^^e^ M9 yaa, aa at wdva af ito • • •> iwlKii HiMi m4 Ulan •• ^ Ita iblOlinA lOWMAN. Ctokaf Catot lyiAMMOni OofWtyCtoli DISTMCT COUn SIAl DAnAftll 11, 1*71 H AH) tto I4h day af A^l, l7l, at Adminirata> al tto attata af MUNI ANNA MAIIA HATiS dacaatad All tiadltaw havinf (latmt afalna laid attata mm laawiiad ta fila tto latna witli tto nn i laactoii atiat to d. wtth tto Claft af tto Cawrt wittan 40 dayt afto ito fittt ^blicatian af ttat natto Oatad AfrtI 14. AD l*7| (l|Wm Jallntoyai HUJOHNNAnS (i| Jamat I Owatman Attata^ la* ttia liiata JAMIS i OmSMAN US Sa. Ttod. $ta 14 lat Vafat, NV 1*101 N • May *, II. 11, 1*71 IN TM MNTM JUOtOAl OKTMCT COUIT or IM STAn or NIVADA. M ANO MM TW COUNTT or CUM Na AI7*t4IOm NO VMM CAIlh OOKi, KINNITM KNIOHT. HNIItT lONKN, and VKXfT O0l. DaTandantt. w iwwmanad and ra^uliad ta i*ma wpan laN. UavW I Otaan. Ctor. tl latt Irldfat k,*, lat Vafat. Niiadi MIOI an ana a at ta ito Cam, inaia oiv nanttaa taai ^^~~__ laar aad atoar aaaaa. mana afan yaw, a a t l wtlva af tto day rf If yaa tol ta da ta. ladfrni m to CtotafCawM •y MAMMA lAOKU (MRKT eOMI HAD •AI|:MBy. Irt N • tor II, II. Ml iMM I. In (May II. AO It7| lOOTTA MWMAM. Cto* ly lOMUA MTMS, tofafy Ctol (MTIKICOUniiAM H-ll^rilll.lliin "•• waW" li^ww f>w B^r* ^w* #Mt •* IIM •AIW at lat Vafai, Na aJa, Mto Itrf day al May. 1*71. lOWfUO VMNSTIM taftaf daaiaiidadtalto lldi la aa aaton to net lai Vafai IM S I mo* N • May f. It. 11. I7t UMTTA WimiAN. CtolalCaati •y COUHN QUMIAN topatyCtot (DtfTIKT COUtI HAD Mlt: Mat* 1. Iin N • Afifi M. May 1.1. 11^ U. IfTt AM II, 1*71 AmicATiON roi rtiMissioN TO CMANOI TM rOINT OT OIVIISION Of TM ruiuc wATiis or TM STATI or NIVADA Minoroii AmofiiATio Ajjyittat t an Na. 14 *17 taOflCI ItWMVT OMIN. ttot an tto iVHl day rf Navambar, 1*77. Tifa< Invattmant Campany af Lat Vafai, Navada. mada aaflicatian N Ito Stata hflnaar af Navada to rafimiiian ta (tonfa tto ^nt af dlvariian af 01 < 11. af watat toialatoa a^ rtfnalad wndat rannit to. I01S4. CatilKata to )*47 Weia' will ba divaftad torn an undatg'aund ladha at a naw paint latatad wittoi tto Si'i Ni't, Satitan *, T IIS I 411 MO I I M or at a paint torn WIMII tto I' • carna> af Mid Saitlan • baan S 6* dafiaat DT ID' |, • dlitanca af 1001 *4taat Watarwilltoutadto^uou. munitipal and damattit pwrpaMt torn January 1 it ta Da ca mbai ) IM af aacK yaaf Tba aiiitinf point af divanian wai Iram an wndarfravnd laurta toatad wiHiin tto SW'4 NI'l. Sato al tto tvmmaa, .pan yaw. aaalaafva af tto dayafianma IfyawtoltadoM.Mfmant by
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M • • <•• • Wl" ren Hem* Nws, Henderson, Nevoda FRIENDLY FORD'S ANNUAL Page • 'A-rJ J/,.r,/ ,>,,r,/ .V-.r,/ JA"<^ Tuesday, wwy 16, 1971 \,rJ t/oni t/ur^ OR NOT!) Your Equity will probably i/ make your DOWN PAYMENT!! Monumental SELECTION!! Save HUNDREDS!^ 76 AMC "GREMLIN •tnrti'' iiiilfi'idli' ( Ai' • • iflf.. W^W 2473 77 "TNUNDERMRD" V-8, auto, p s &b air. vinyl top. till, radials Two to choose from P3039 and P3053^ Was $695 Sj 75 CHEV -CIO' 7 TON LEASE SfU '5794 HANK ADAMS Your Friendly Ford LMM MenI 74 FORD "WITO" 4 cylinder, automatic, buckets, am radio, wheel covers, pin stripes. "Economy lavorite_J 7792^ Was $2295 S' MST ^ MU 71 FORD TORINO SPORT 77 FORD LTD 1563 5264 USED TRUCK SPECIALS 74 FORD CHATEAU "WAOOT Club, V-B, automatic, power steering & brakes, dual air. 15 passenger "Roomy wagon, P3064Ajr Was $4995 S '4263 76 CHEV CUSTOM DLX 3482 •71 FORD "WRTO" 4 cylinder, automatic, air. am radio, pin stripes Custom interior, pretty car 4276A 77 OODCf 0100 Was $2995 SIU 2493 4794 71 VW "TRANSfORTER" 4 cylinder, 4 speed, bucket Mats, am radio, radial tires Double sharp 7249AT Was $3188 INST SIU % 2520 77 PLYMOUTH VOLARE SEll 4424 77 FORD "OOVRIER*^ I 4 cyl, 4 sp. chrome wheels, spec I custom paint. H.D. bumper. Mini show truck 69?2A7^ Was $4588 S^ 76 FORD 12S0 VAN SfU 4414 78 n60 4l4 •seas 36 month open end lease on approved credit, down payment $155 25, capitalized cost $72(X) total of payments $5141 52. depreciation $3050, residual value $4000. official fees and taxes $556 17 Customer responsible lor rcMdual at end ol lease, lessee election lo terminate subject to applicable charges, based on 15,000 miles per year. 137 60 mo. 71 THUNDERBIRD 36 month open end lease on approved cred it. down payment $155,25, capitalized cosi $7650, total of payments $5925 60, depreci ation $3700, residual value $3800, otticial lees and taxes $522 57 Customer responsi ble lor residual at end of lease, lessee elec lion 10 terminate subiect lo applicable charg es. based on 15.000 miles per year. $ 159 03 mo. tax FIESTR CAR & DRIVER-READERS CHOICE FOR 78 BRAND NEW 78 Front wheel drive, 1.6 litre transverse 4 cylinder, 4 speed, disc brakes, MIchelln tires, bucket seats, H.D. package, am radio. #7336. $ 3966 M ?27?C "TH E FORD IN YOUR FUTURE** BRAND NEW 78 STATION WA60N 4DR. 2300CC, 4 speed, power front disc brakes, am radio, tinted glass, WSW, buckets, rack & pinion steering. America's best selling new car in tiisforyl #8034. % 4266 LID **FOR THE MILLIONS WHO NEED A FULL-SIZE CAR** I tt "THE BEST SELLINO AMERICAN MADE SUBCOMPACr BRAND I 3 DOOR RUNABOUT 2.3 litre 4 cylinder, automatic, power steering A brakes, AIR. am radio, tinted glass, accent group, mini console, wheel covers, electric rear defroster #8365 ) m^r r* • •^ "P • 1 ". w^^ • < % c^4166 "COMPARE IT TO CARS COSTINC THOUSANDS MORE** BRAND NEW 78 2 DR. 6 cylinder, automatic, power steering ft brakes, AIR, am radio, HD group, bertch seat, paint stripes, opera windows, wheel covers, carpel. #8580 % 5166 m. LIU "SO MUCH CAR FOR SO UTTU MONEY" THE #1 SELLINO TRUCK LINE INAMERIOA!! UANO NEW1 NEWI J 78 COUmER ISOOcc engine, variable ratio manual steering, power front disc brakes, 6 pickup bed, 5 speed, overdrive, tinted g4ess WSW tires. #8054 $ 3999 71 F-IM 117" wheelbase styleside, 300 CID, 6 cylinder, automatic, power steering, extra rear step painted bumper, 5-078x15 tires, chrome front bumper, full foam seat #8222 $ 4494 78 E-100 VAN El 00, 138" wheelbase cargo van, fixed rear door glass, bucket seats, inst. group, low mount mirrors, power brakes, sliding cargo door, extra cooling package, chrome bumpers front & rear. #8375. % 5186 ..^ Wb C^^ TRUCKS NEVADA'S "OFFKUL" TRUCK HEADQUARTERS F350 oil t CHASSIS F350, 137 wheelbase. 10.000 QVW. 351 V-8, automatic, knitted vinyl seat trim, gauges, power steering, optional ratio axle, super cooling package, 67.50x 16 10 ply tires. #8203 % 5788 BRAND NEW *78 4 DOOR V-8, automatic, power steering A brakes. AIR, am radio, air shocks, H.D. suspension, bumper guards, wheel covers. #7369. % 5666 "LUXURIOUS COMFORT-SPACIOUS ^fl^^Ov ANDQUIEF BRAND NEW 78 V-8, automatic, power steering ft brakes, opera windows, WSW, AIR, am radio, deluxe wheel covers, spbcial stripes. #6i68 5266 'WHY DRIVE WHEN YOU CAN KT BRAND NEW 78 2 DOOR Automatic, power steering ft brakes. AIR. am tvHo. tinted glass, remote mirror, wheel covers. HR7815 WSW tires, deluxe bells, sound package, bodyside molding, rocker molding and wheel lip moldings #8278 % 5666 BRAND NEW *78 v-8, automatic, full power, vinyl roof accewt paint. WSW, tilt, AIR. decor group 'mirrors wire wheel covers #8407 966 f jMAunj&r^*^ \ kU^^l T n •;! 9oMin^ 1imc CONCRETE WORK Patios, driveways, steps, pool decking & repair 30 yrs experience. 451 6750 or 565 9306. HAIRDRESSER WANTED full or part time FLOYD S FASHION CURL. Please call 293 3525 B C FOR RENT 3 bdrm 2 bath, townhnuse at Laketree. 2 miles from LHke Mead Carpet, drapes. D W, air con ditinned Available 1st part ofJune 293,3821 BC NO CASH 1977 Dodge van As sume remaining 2 yrs on lea.se or buy. 15.000 mi. Custom paint k interior. 4 ,1-' •^-~JHrtMl CapttHBCttWA*-frig, couch, table (converts to complete bedi carpeted At draped By appt 565 9620 Whiilp.-^r Porl.->''le Washer Exi I' in>l Brown enamel 565674i ..Dc: 5pm FOR SALE BY OWNER 6.000 below FHA appraisal Anxious to sell $76,500 3,300 sq. ft in BlkMtn Country Club area Henderson Custom built, full basement. 15 x 30 ft pool. H acre w fruit Ai nut trees. Cement wall, 4 bdrm., 2 bth. 2 family rooms & large basement area Rock k Wrought Iron trim Principals only. Shown by appointment only. Call 565 9620 or 565-8490 '70 Barracuda for sale Exc. condition auto air 4.96 posi fraction. Many extras. Must see $1895 870-3472. Keep trying. For sale 5 acres east of Henderson. Paved on 2 sides. Water, electric near Price $32,000 Write Nick Carevelli, Rt 3. Box 2046R, Grass Valley. CA 95945. or Ph 918 273 7049 For sale Maple coffee table At fruitwood end table $20 earh Good condition. 5659518 .^ Guitar IntlrtKliofli Private k Group Sessions Lear To Play in Just 12 Easy Les sons' By yualified Instructor, BUDDY GILLARD IntrSduc lory Evaluation Lesson. For Appointment Or \dditional Information PNONf S6S 0100 • EXPERIENCED CARPENTER j L fast. work by the hr. Fram-j ing. rooms, additions, fenc-j ing. etc 293 1799 BC j FOR SALE: Like new Royce Union Bicycle, monoshock. heavy duty rims, good tires, clean, runs good $65. 565-7164 after 5. AUTO MECH needed. Call Kelly's Galss Co. Experienced Only Ph 451-9302. Animal adoption accepts unwanted pets by Appt only. Distemper shots are required on dogs k cats. Animal Adoption 381 5137 For adoption beautiful cats & kittens Many to choose from Long & short hair Donations are accepted k badly needed 361 5137. 1975 Pinto Runabout 4 eyi. air' cond .4sp Asking$lB00.Ph 564-2698 For sale by owner. Sect 27 3 bdrm 2 bth family rm.. w fireplace, large living rm. Cnuntry kitchen, utility rm Many extras $62,500. Ph 565 6384 Are you living with a Drinking Problem"'If so. why not try AI Anon Meetings are Tues. 10 am St Timothy's Episcopal Church Tues 8pm Club, 51 Water St Wed 7 30 p m St Rose de Lima Hosp For more m formation, call .565 9963 CORRALS FOR RENT • $20 a month Call after 7 p.m, 293 3506 BC. rj^ GREAT BUY: Original 1971 Datsun 240Z, with virvl rr-,', air cond., 4 sp rear window sunshade kit. 2 mag wheels. '-ski racks k 8 track tape player 642 7314 CONFIDENTIAL Mail receiving and forwarding Bee's Answering Service. 587 Ave C B C 293-4556 '1' Cab high Insulated camper Fvcellent condition. Reasonable offer 293 39,36 Camper -8' Californian Stove. sink, icebox, sleeps 2. $350 564 5752 after 6 pm. Anytime weekends Packaged Cedar Wood fence .complete Fencing, post, fence nails, complete 330 ft Everything but the elbow grea.se Valley Liquidators, 333 Sunset Rd Hdn WHAT S NEW' PRE OWNED CLOTHING sold on con signment 565-6272 ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY BOARD OF CLARK COUNTY 2228 Comsfock Dr. 647-1890 or 647 2171 Registered Nurse to work in Health Services Clinic. Current Nevada RN license and current Nevada drivers license required. Salary range $11.380 to $13,840 an nually Applications accepted at the EOB office. 2228Comslock Dr .thru May 19. 1978 AN EQUAL OP PORTUNITY AFFIRMA TIVE ACTION EMPLOYER tered All permanent shots ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY Red female born 1-2-78 SALi SALE SALE SALE SALE SALE SALE SALE SALE SALE SALE SALE Black • Tan male, long hair. neutered, I yr old $7500 They love kids 569^0139 Wanted: Credit k Collections representative Day shift Hospital exp preferred St Rose de Lima Hosp. 564 2622. Personnel 25% Off I SHAKLEE PRODUCTS Rhoda D. Hagadone Authorised Distributor 293 4390 B C We'll Call On You' on all Furniture $2 bac sale on Yellow tags only I EndsMay23,St.VinccntsThrif>Shop 30.\rmySt Hdn { ST. VINCENT'S THRIR SHOP | I 30 Army St. Hdn. i SAU SALE SALE SAU SALE SALE SALE SALE SALE SALE SALE SALE Your old car or truck is worth more with us Call Las Vegas Auto Truck Salvage, 6493111 iriririr i SPECIAL Litnited time only, sofa and love seat cleaned 29." Coll for oppt. HOAAE UPHOLSTERY CLEANERS 293-2772 Before you sell your old car or truck, call Auto Recyders for best possible price •43 1776 BOARD OF CLARK COUNTY 2228 Comstock Dr. 647 1890 or 647 2171 Nurse specialist (prac titioner) to work in Health Services Clinic Current Nevada nurse practitioner license and current Nevada drivers license required Salary range $11800 to $14,350 annually Applica lions accepted at the EOB office. 2228 Comstock Dr thru May 19. 1978 AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER FOR SALE '72 Ford Torino wagon, runs good, good tires, need work on steering. $450 or best offer 965 6290 For sale 3 bdrm beautifully decorated condominium near Lake Mead 2 bth. 2car garage Pool k clubhouse facilities 293 19n For sale Mini Bike, with 9 H Briggt li Stratton motor Push lawn mower W catcher 564 1175

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M • • <•• • Wl" ren Hem* Nws, Henderson, Nevoda FRIENDLY FORD'S ANNUAL Page • 'A-rJ J/,.r,/ ,>,,r,/ .V-.r,/ JA"<^ Tuesday, wwy 16, 1971 \,rJ t/oni t/ur^ OR NOT!) Your Equity will probably i/ make your DOWN PAYMENT!! Monumental SELECTION!! Save HUNDREDS!^ 76 AMC "GREMLIN •tnrti'' iiiilfi'idli' ( Ai' • • iflf.. W^W 2473 77 "TNUNDERMRD" V-8, auto, p s &b air. vinyl top. till, radials Two to choose from P3039 and P3053^ Was $695 Sj 75 CHEV -CIO' 7 TON LEASE SfU '5794 HANK ADAMS Your Friendly Ford LMM MenI 74 FORD "WITO" 4 cylinder, automatic, buckets, am radio, wheel covers, pin stripes. "Economy lavorite_J 7792^ Was $2295 S' MST ^ MU 71 FORD TORINO SPORT 77 FORD LTD 1563 5264 USED TRUCK SPECIALS 74 FORD CHATEAU "WAOOT Club, V-B, automatic, power steering & brakes, dual air. 15 passenger "Roomy wagon, P3064Ajr Was $4995 S '4263 76 CHEV CUSTOM DLX 3482 •71 FORD "WRTO" 4 cylinder, automatic, air. am radio, pin stripes Custom interior, pretty car 4276A 77 OODCf 0100 Was $2995 SIU 2493 4794 71 VW "TRANSfORTER" 4 cylinder, 4 speed, bucket Mats, am radio, radial tires Double sharp 7249AT Was $3188 INST SIU % 2520 77 PLYMOUTH VOLARE SEll 4424 77 FORD "OOVRIER*^ I 4 cyl, 4 sp. chrome wheels, spec I custom paint. H.D. bumper. Mini show truck 69?2A7^ Was $4588 S^ 76 FORD 12S0 VAN SfU 4414 78 n60 4l4 •seas 36 month open end lease on approved credit, down payment $155 25, capitalized cost $72(X) total of payments $5141 52. depreciation $3050, residual value $4000. official fees and taxes $556 17 Customer responsible lor rcMdual at end ol lease, lessee election lo terminate subject to applicable charges, based on 15,000 miles per year. 137 60 mo. 71 THUNDERBIRD 36 month open end lease on approved cred it. down payment $155,25, capitalized cosi $7650, total of payments $5925 60, depreci ation $3700, residual value $3800, otticial lees and taxes $522 57 Customer responsi ble lor residual at end of lease, lessee elec lion 10 terminate subiect lo applicable charg es. based on 15.000 miles per year. $ 159 03 mo. tax FIESTR CAR & DRIVER-READERS CHOICE FOR 78 BRAND NEW 78 Front wheel drive, 1.6 litre transverse 4 cylinder, 4 speed, disc brakes, MIchelln tires, bucket seats, H.D. package, am radio. #7336. $ 3966 M ?27?C "TH E FORD IN YOUR FUTURE** BRAND NEW 78 STATION WA60N 4DR. 2300CC, 4 speed, power front disc brakes, am radio, tinted glass, WSW, buckets, rack & pinion steering. America's best selling new car in tiisforyl #8034. % 4266 LID **FOR THE MILLIONS WHO NEED A FULL-SIZE CAR** I tt "THE BEST SELLINO AMERICAN MADE SUBCOMPACr BRAND I 3 DOOR RUNABOUT 2.3 litre 4 cylinder, automatic, power steering A brakes, AIR. am radio, tinted glass, accent group, mini console, wheel covers, electric rear defroster #8365 ) m^r r* • •^ "P • 1 ". w^^ • < % c^4166 "COMPARE IT TO CARS COSTINC THOUSANDS MORE** BRAND NEW 78 2 DR. 6 cylinder, automatic, power steering ft brakes, AIR, am radio, HD group, bertch seat, paint stripes, opera windows, wheel covers, carpel. #8580 % 5166 m. LIU "SO MUCH CAR FOR SO UTTU MONEY" THE #1 SELLINO TRUCK LINE INAMERIOA!! UANO NEW1 NEWI J 78 COUmER ISOOcc engine, variable ratio manual steering, power front disc brakes, 6 pickup bed, 5 speed, overdrive, tinted g4ess WSW tires. #8054 $ 3999 71 F-IM 117" wheelbase styleside, 300 CID, 6 cylinder, automatic, power steering, extra rear step painted bumper, 5-078x15 tires, chrome front bumper, full foam seat #8222 $ 4494 78 E-100 VAN El 00, 138" wheelbase cargo van, fixed rear door glass, bucket seats, inst. group, low mount mirrors, power brakes, sliding cargo door, extra cooling package, chrome bumpers front & rear. #8375. % 5186 ..^ Wb C^^ TRUCKS NEVADA'S "OFFKUL" TRUCK HEADQUARTERS F350 oil t CHASSIS F350, 137 wheelbase. 10.000 QVW. 351 V-8, automatic, knitted vinyl seat trim, gauges, power steering, optional ratio axle, super cooling package, 67.50x 16 10 ply tires. #8203 % 5788 BRAND NEW *78 4 DOOR V-8, automatic, power steering A brakes. AIR, am radio, air shocks, H.D. suspension, bumper guards, wheel covers. #7369. % 5666 "LUXURIOUS COMFORT-SPACIOUS ^fl^^Ov ANDQUIEF BRAND NEW 78 V-8, automatic, power steering ft brakes, opera windows, WSW, AIR, am radio, deluxe wheel covers, spbcial stripes. #6i68 5266 'WHY DRIVE WHEN YOU CAN KT BRAND NEW 78 2 DOOR Automatic, power steering ft brakes. AIR. am tvHo. tinted glass, remote mirror, wheel covers. HR7815 WSW tires, deluxe bells, sound package, bodyside molding, rocker molding and wheel lip moldings #8278 % 5666 BRAND NEW *78 v-8, automatic, full power, vinyl roof accewt paint. WSW, tilt, AIR. decor group 'mirrors wire wheel covers #8407 966 f jMAunj&r^*^ \ kU^^l T n •;! 9oMin^ 1imc CONCRETE WORK Patios, driveways, steps, pool decking & repair 30 yrs experience. 451 6750 or 565 9306. HAIRDRESSER WANTED full or part time FLOYD S FASHION CURL. Please call 293 3525 B C FOR RENT 3 bdrm 2 bath, townhnuse at Laketree. 2 miles from LHke Mead Carpet, drapes. D W, air con ditinned Available 1st part ofJune 293,3821 BC NO CASH 1977 Dodge van As sume remaining 2 yrs on lea.se or buy. 15.000 mi. Custom paint k interior. 4 ,1-' •^-~JHrtMl CapttHBCttWA*-frig, couch, table (converts to complete bedi carpeted At draped By appt 565 9620 Whiilp.-^r Porl.->''le Washer Exi I' in>l Brown enamel 565674i ..Dc: 5pm FOR SALE BY OWNER 6.000 below FHA appraisal Anxious to sell $76,500 3,300 sq. ft in BlkMtn Country Club area Henderson Custom built, full basement. 15 x 30 ft pool. H acre w fruit Ai nut trees. Cement wall, 4 bdrm., 2 bth. 2 family rooms & large basement area Rock k Wrought Iron trim Principals only. Shown by appointment only. Call 565 9620 or 565-8490 '70 Barracuda for sale Exc. condition auto air 4.96 posi fraction. Many extras. Must see $1895 870-3472. Keep trying. For sale 5 acres east of Henderson. Paved on 2 sides. Water, electric near Price $32,000 Write Nick Carevelli, Rt 3. Box 2046R, Grass Valley. CA 95945. or Ph 918 273 7049 For sale Maple coffee table At fruitwood end table $20 earh Good condition. 5659518 .^ Guitar IntlrtKliofli Private k Group Sessions Lear To Play in Just 12 Easy Les sons' By yualified Instructor, BUDDY GILLARD IntrSduc lory Evaluation Lesson. For Appointment Or \dditional Information PNONf S6S 0100 • EXPERIENCED CARPENTER j L fast. work by the hr. Fram-j ing. rooms, additions, fenc-j ing. etc 293 1799 BC j FOR SALE: Like new Royce Union Bicycle, monoshock. heavy duty rims, good tires, clean, runs good $65. 565-7164 after 5. AUTO MECH needed. Call Kelly's Galss Co. Experienced Only Ph 451-9302. Animal adoption accepts unwanted pets by Appt only. Distemper shots are required on dogs k cats. Animal Adoption 381 5137 For adoption beautiful cats & kittens Many to choose from Long & short hair Donations are accepted k badly needed 361 5137. 1975 Pinto Runabout 4 eyi. air' cond .4sp Asking$lB00.Ph 564-2698 For sale by owner. Sect 27 3 bdrm 2 bth family rm.. w fireplace, large living rm. Cnuntry kitchen, utility rm Many extras $62,500. Ph 565 6384 Are you living with a Drinking Problem"'If so. why not try AI Anon Meetings are Tues. 10 am St Timothy's Episcopal Church Tues 8pm Club, 51 Water St Wed 7 30 p m St Rose de Lima Hosp For more m formation, call .565 9963 CORRALS FOR RENT • $20 a month Call after 7 p.m, 293 3506 BC. rj^ GREAT BUY: Original 1971 Datsun 240Z, with virvl rr-,', air cond., 4 sp rear window sunshade kit. 2 mag wheels. '-ski racks k 8 track tape player 642 7314 CONFIDENTIAL Mail receiving and forwarding Bee's Answering Service. 587 Ave C B C 293-4556 '1' Cab high Insulated camper Fvcellent condition. Reasonable offer 293 39,36 Camper -8' Californian Stove. sink, icebox, sleeps 2. $350 564 5752 after 6 pm. Anytime weekends Packaged Cedar Wood fence .complete Fencing, post, fence nails, complete 330 ft Everything but the elbow grea.se Valley Liquidators, 333 Sunset Rd Hdn WHAT S NEW' PRE OWNED CLOTHING sold on con signment 565-6272 ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY BOARD OF CLARK COUNTY 2228 Comsfock Dr. 647-1890 or 647 2171 Registered Nurse to work in Health Services Clinic. Current Nevada RN license and current Nevada drivers license required. Salary range $11.380 to $13,840 an nually Applications accepted at the EOB office. 2228Comslock Dr .thru May 19. 1978 AN EQUAL OP PORTUNITY AFFIRMA TIVE ACTION EMPLOYER tered All permanent shots ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY Red female born 1-2-78 SALi SALE SALE SALE SALE SALE SALE SALE SALE SALE SALE SALE Black • Tan male, long hair. neutered, I yr old $7500 They love kids 569^0139 Wanted: Credit k Collections representative Day shift Hospital exp preferred St Rose de Lima Hosp. 564 2622. Personnel 25% Off I SHAKLEE PRODUCTS Rhoda D. Hagadone Authorised Distributor 293 4390 B C We'll Call On You' on all Furniture $2 bac sale on Yellow tags only I EndsMay23,St.VinccntsThrif>Shop 30.\rmySt Hdn { ST. VINCENT'S THRIR SHOP | I 30 Army St. Hdn. i SAU SALE SALE SAU SALE SALE SALE SALE SALE SALE SALE SALE Your old car or truck is worth more with us Call Las Vegas Auto Truck Salvage, 6493111 iriririr i SPECIAL Litnited time only, sofa and love seat cleaned 29." Coll for oppt. HOAAE UPHOLSTERY CLEANERS 293-2772 Before you sell your old car or truck, call Auto Recyders for best possible price •43 1776 BOARD OF CLARK COUNTY 2228 Comstock Dr. 647 1890 or 647 2171 Nurse specialist (prac titioner) to work in Health Services Clinic Current Nevada nurse practitioner license and current Nevada drivers license required Salary range $11800 to $14,350 annually Applica lions accepted at the EOB office. 2228 Comstock Dr thru May 19. 1978 AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER FOR SALE '72 Ford Torino wagon, runs good, good tires, need work on steering. $450 or best offer 965 6290 For sale 3 bdrm beautifully decorated condominium near Lake Mead 2 bth. 2car garage Pool k clubhouse facilities 293 19n For sale Mini Bike, with 9 H Briggt li Stratton motor Push lawn mower W catcher 564 1175

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^ipl^pp" • "f^w^W" ^*w Hcndmien Horn* NMV*. H*ndrwn, Ntvodo Pagt 10 TuMdoy, May 16, 1970 PUT IT IN THE ^n: I; I f: I •]-FOR RESULTS I r^f.r* rr t M rr r% Bosic Reolty Reoltor 3 Army Strtt Henderson 564-1559 UKE MIAD VliVf LOT Marina Highland Estates, B.C. Utilities, paved Streets Call us for more information SHARP 3 bdrm with carefree landscaping in Highland Hills. Low interest loan Call now HORSE ZONED Lovely home on quarter acre lot. 3 bdrm, 2 bth., with fireplace in LARGE living room WE'RE HERE TO HELPt 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. DANCE THEATRE WEST STARS OF TOMORROW ARE BEING BORN TODAY AT DANCE THEATRE WEST MNOIHON 1 7 Army Si. •OUIMIOTV l404Wywmn9St. TIL }).M77 Joti-Tap-A'>''-> HELP WANTED Station at tendani Experienced only. Apply at Lake Mead & Water Sts Henderson Tex aco Antique collectables Going out of business sale Most Items SOT^off 334 Water St Hdn 5642157 FOR SALE By owner. 4 bdr 2 bath, 1700 sq ft. Re • mod eled family rm custom y ip y y I drapes, many extras. Fenced yard, nicely landscaped frt and back yard, automatic sprinkler sys.. covered brick patio. By appt only, call after 6 p.m. wk. days 293-3028 No Realtors FOR RENT. 2 bdrm apt $235 monthly 293 4438 after 5 p m B C 1971 Ford Maverick, auto, 2 dr Good cond excellent transportation 293 4176 after 4, anylime weekends. For sale: 2 bar stools Hardwood with back $25 each Encyclopedias, like new. 565 9270 KEUY'S GLASS A MIRROR CO. Complete Glass Services 5700 Boulder Highway 24 Hr. Service 564-2103 or 451-5153 SHEBTROCIUNG, TAPINO ft ACCOUSTICAL 565-6026. Hdn. FOR SALE: Brown or Black long haired Guinea Pigs $6. each 564-2460 after 4 p m. r For rent 1. 2. & 3 bdrm trailers $30 to $60 wk. Call 565 • 7763 or 585 -7141 Hdn Beautiful LakeviewlotSl x 117, Kendal Lane, terms or cash, owner Owen 293-1044 2 PHILUPS I RADIO & TV 1 EXPERT SERVICE I ALL MAKES x & MO-DELS I (COLOR TV-STEREOl ncii Ford 67 289. 4 dr clean. 2900O mi on new motor New tires $.500 or best offer 564 1648. from 12 noon ill 1 p m Rent or lease Clean, newly carpeted, 3 bdrm 2 bth Condo Hdn ijolf course area .Sorr\. no pels 876 0591 or 876 9210 after 5 p m Elextrolux • representing Boulder City and Render son 293.3644or384 9726ask for Jim Tropirana Sq Townhouse 1 bdrm. unf. quiet area, a • c. pool covered patio, fenced yd All eler applicances $200 mo plus deposits Less with lease 870 5260 SALES & SERVICE 2 W. PACIFIC 564-2870 For all your ^^ insurance /T^/^ FARMERS \ INSURANCE GROUP Oimvor th o^ontefM of kovtng all your Iniwranct with Farm*n. On* company givot ptonnad, no • •vaHap covarog*; on* ofant givot fotl, fair, Iriondiv Mnn*; >lt*taf, rhay wvt you monoyl Coll hnnofi f*r owta. IIH, fifo, mobiUHoma, bt iniuranco • whottvar yaw nood Formort it tti* bott ana company inwronc* bwy in Amonca •odoyl HAIRDRESSER wanted with experience 293-2075 B.C. CEMENT work: all types and block walls, free estimates. Reasonable 457 9450. CONCRETE WORK: Patios, sidewalks, driveways. Call Burel, 565-0273. Learn to drive with Las Vegas School of Driving. Specializing in nervous & handicapped persons. All ages. Day & evening instruction. Free home pickup. 732-7964. For sale: Adult walker Pd. $50. Will take $20-25 PO Box CI, Hdn. Nev. CABINET MAKER Experienced only References required. 700 Sun.set Rd.Hdn ALL UTILITIES PAID Fenced in for kids & pels. Only $150. Call 385-5901. Valley Rentals |H760$) LUXURY HOME private pool, huge 4 bdrm.. 2 full baths, fireplace, garage too. Many extras. Call 385-5901, Valley Rentals (H7510) READY TO RENT: large. 2 story. 3 bdrm.. IW bath, air conditioning. 2 car garage, kids & pets. $350 Ph 3855901, Valley Rentals (H680S) HAVE HORSES' Room to roam horse properly, cozy 3 t)drm. 2 bth. home, fenced yard for Rover, quiet livinR. $325 Ph 385 5901. Valley Rentals (H9902) Sofa, loveseat & coffee table for sale $265 or best offer 565^)884 For sale: Nice 2 bdrm. Condo on Van Wagenen St $26,500 Ph 385-7004. I23S Ariiono Im. 20] OFflCE HOUIS: TwM. ft Tlwfi. 4 >a I p.m. S<. 10 a.m. H 1 p.m. H> Info. Call 2-3)52 of 3I1-3710. 0.1 kUclfMo VUK Z 25TH CA.SINOHEl.PWA.NTED Bartender, waitress • experienced Bus persons, janitor, swing shift Cook fry or broiler man Apply in person after 5 p m Railroad Pass Casino FOR SALE TWO BEDROOM CONDO SQUARE IN BOULDER I Attractive two bedroom, one bath, patio overlooking pool, available May 15. Kitchen complete, new linoleum floor thruout. $40,000 -buyer can refinance thru most lending institutions. For inspection, write Box 888, Hend. Home News. Box 815. Henderson. WANTED Your old car or truck, regardless of condi tion We Pav More 384 8982 1 bdrm furn apt for rent Non Drinker 565 9643. 1 block from Water St. House for sale 2bdrm.tgfam room w fireplace, block wall $36,000 Ph S5^179 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY: Would you like a business of your own'* begin at home, full or part lime Call S6V0244, ask for Bob No obligation No information over the phone Leta have coffee and talk. MOME HOME KSPAIRS General Complete Carpet, tile, plumbing. ele<;. AUWOtKGUARANTKO UCf NSCO lONOlO 643-74S9 4S1-9ltS • HOMES •ACREAGE OCOMMERCIAL REALTORS ^ALt< 12SW.UKEMEADDR. HENDERSON, NEVADA 565-8947 KRFf CT HOU$E FOR THE YOUNG COUPLE JUST STARTING. TWO BEDROOM, ONE BATH, COMPLETE WITH STOVE, REFRIGERATOR, AND WASHER. FENCED YARD WITH MATURE LANDSCAPING. 564-2332 ONI ACRE PARCEL OF LAND ON THE CORNER OF RIDGEWAY AND HIGHLAND. UTILITIES AVAILABLE. CAN BE DIVIDED INTO TWO CORNER LOTS. 564-2332 ROOM TO GROW LOVELY THREE BEDROOM HOME WITH A FANTASTIC MASTER BATH. THE FAMILY ROOM THAT OPENS ONTO A PATIO THAT HAS A VIEW OF THE ENTIRE VALLEY OVER LOOKS TWO ACRES OF GROUND WITH FRUIT TREES. EVE. CALL 565-9453 W ACRE • SEC. 19 & SEC. 33 L SEC 9. SPRING IS HEREI AND YOU WILL REALLY ENJOY IT IN THIS LARGE CUSTOM BUILT HOME. THREE BEDROOMS. 2 FULL BATHS. COUNTRY KITCHEN WITH LANAICEILING AREJUSTA FEWOFTHE FINE FEATURES OF THIS HOME. PRICED $71,500 EVE. CALL 565-9453 Vivian Erickson•...••••• .,.. 565-9453 Kalherine Mitchell ••••••••......585-6897 Jero Bcrgcmeyer ... 381-7193 Diane Barlow ...#••••••••••••••••••• 564-2332 James Smalley ••••••••••••••••••• ••••564-5416 Opn Men. thru Sot, Custom home. BIk. Mtn, 2520 sq. ft.. 5 bdrm., 2W bth., sunken liv. room, family rm. w fireplace, panell ing, view of valley, util. rm., storage rm.. intercom. sprinklers. $68,000. 565-7964 SWAMP COOLERS: repaired, revamped. replaced. Reasonable rates Guarantee Ph Chuck 565 9977 FOR RENT • Kltrbcnettea. $20 wk. UtUldct paid. Sbwiy ReM Mold. 565-7688. 1958 Volk.swagon sand buggy $300 Call 293 5103 after 5 pm BC For sale Welder. Miller matic 35, 2CO' bottles. 1 extra hose, two 4x8 steel tables 565 0259 weekdays only. $525 for all Davenport & love seat. Good Cond 2 chests of drawers, dresser, baby change table 565 9428 ACUPUNCTURE Arlhritii, bursitU, migraine, aithma, allergy, ilroke, sciatica, sina*. gHt, proiUle. 735-7242. For sale 8 x 27 ft Road Walker Trailer. Furn & set up in Trailer park $3000 Call 564 1747 for appt GARAGE SALE Friday. May 19,9 to 4; baby, kitchen, golf, items Books, bike, clothing, misc. 612 Severn, Hdn. Lewis track. Found on Bldr. Hw^. small male black white Poodle No collar. Between Safeway & Palm Mortuary Would like to find owner. Ph 293-1061 after 6 p m (BC) For sale 19' Color TV. Table Model, late model Also 4 drawer chest. 565-7710 •••••••••••••••••••• • OVEREATERS • • ANONYMOUS J • Wed night. 7 o'clock, C T. • X Sewell School, Rm 11 Ph X, • 564 1189 or 565^9880 • • • For sale in Henderson: 3 bdrm. 1 bth w refrigeration, sprinklers, front & back. 10 X 10 storage shed In Valley View near schools Freshly painted inside A out. Ph. 451-8171 or 564-2347 2 bdrm house for rent $250 Water paid. 1st, last. A de posit. References required 731 2028, for appt. For sale Crip w • mattress. Less than 10 mos old $40 See at 171 Westminster, Apt B Hdn For sale Slim Gym. Like new 504^2128. aC Easy St, Hdn Delta Trailer for sale 1 tnjrm 8 wide w add on. Excellent cond Crowley Trailer Park. $3000 Ph 564-2128. Backhoe Front loader $20 per hr Working time only. S6431. For tale Good fishing boat, 40 HP Scott Electric start, steeri ng controls w • trailer. Needs painting $400or best ofTcr 565O903 Beautiful custom built 3 bdrm. home in Mission Hills, Hdn Located on 1 acre corner view lot Fireplace.covered patio A 2 cargaraie $90,500. Ph Custom Upholsterv j 1680 Nev Hwy BC j I 293-4939 \ (Autos, Furniture. Etc I JFREEEST.PU ADel -An j I tique Cars A St. Rods a spe j jcialty. I 20YRS I EXPERIENCE Experienced tow truck driver needed Must have tools 21 yrs or older Must living in or be willing to move to Henderson, Apply at All American Auto, 1401 Athol, Henderson Also experi enced yard man needed Own tools A knowledge of late model cirt. Salary negotiable. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Open Mtvting: Wtd., 1:00 p.m. PUUIC INVITED: SI Woter StrMt 56S-7073 HELP WANTED: Licensed tieauty operator. Apply 514 Nev Highway Ph 293-4426 Bt For Sale: 155 Sw yds used Shag Rug. Exc. condition (Green) $200 Ph 565-9155. For sale 1-like new upright deepfreete 1 24T air conditioner, heat strip, roof ducts. 9 old style windows with glass 1 large recliner, 1 small recliner. Ph 565-6385 until 10 am. or after 6 pm. For sale Electronic Piano Excellent condition Ph. 56V951I For Sale: Conn Clarinet. Like new 985-9511 FOR SALD • Two repossessed singer sewing machines. Sorrensen's Sewing Center, 509 Ave C B C 293 3770 SKITS MOMEIEFAIR (Umadeling, Painting •H. 5$-f34f MOBILE HOME BEAUTY 10 mo old 24 x 96 Bendix, on large estate lot. with garage workshop Desirable, best quality features, inside and out Choice financing Priced at appraised value Owner ]t34238BC Henderson Realty ... ^^^ PfALTOI? ;^\ 18 Water Stit Pk. SM-2SIS -' DUANE G. LAUBACH. REALTOR HIGHLANDHILLS .. ,w ^ iv K.'ifc Uvely to look at Lovely to own This 3 bedroom 1^ b^B home all the amenities one would want now! Not ltr. when you can afford them. Finished garage. Screened porch Call the "Property People" at Henderson Realty, 564-2515, for an appointment today! ; ; GROWING FAMILY Need room to stretch call today to see this home, ortr 2600 sqaure feet in this beautiful custom home on "^ acre. 4 large bedrooms with ample closets, formal living room with a'fireplace 2nd fireplace in the family room. Custom kitchen and separate utility room. Many more features. REMODELLED TOWNSITE That has room • room room and more room Four bedrooms, 2 baths. Close to downtown. Large fenced yard. FHA A VA financing. THINKING OF LAS VEGAS Let us show you this lovely custom built Spanish style home. Large master bedroom with bath Formal living room and dining room, comfortable family room with brick fireplace adjoining kitchen area Backyard istfnclosed with block fence and ample room for a pool. LOCATION • LOCATION LOCATION One of our newest offerings in Black Mountain Ranf h Estates Four (4) bedrooms, 2 baths Enclosed carport. Situated on a cul de sac drive Site is loned for horses. Interested? Call the professionals at Henderson Realty, 5642515 CUSTOM WITH LOTS OF ROOM Approximately 2000 square feet. 3 large bedrooms 1** baths. Two (2) large fireplaces Large patio area Extra large finished garage Conventional financing or assumption This home is a beautiful opportunity for you. TAKE YOUR TIME BUT HURRY ... On this one acre building site in Section 33 These sites are becoming harder to get. Don t wait tomorrow may b too late! LET THE "PROPERTY PEOPLE' OF HENDERSON REALTY BE YOUR MARKET PLACE FOR RESIDEN TIAL AND ACREAGE PROPERTIES WE ARE AS CLOSE AS YOUR TELEPHONE CALL 564-2515, OR ANYONE OF OUR CONGENIAL SALES PEOPLE FOR AN APPOINTMENT HenderMn Home N,w., Mend6r,„. Nevodo Page 11 11.' -^ Duane LaubachGary Robinson Ins Blei-sch Rosa Herwick— Jackie Wooldridge Elnora Turner — Barbara Marshall— -565-8887 -565^9081 -293^578 -965-0T4fc..-J -564^1363 -58^9393 -66V924!^:-:.:XXv: BOULDER REALTY REALTORS ^IS For Information Coll 393-3232 MnOMMMOMMMMMMi 1. A STEAL AT $39,900. 2 bdrm.. I bath, centrally located, dose to everything Completely redecorated interior and hardwood floori. With 2 car garage. ?• STARTER HOUSE. 3 bdrm., 1 bath, priced right for the cash buyer, LARGE FRONT YARD! 4 bdrm., 2 bath, near Boulder City Golf course. ^ 1976 Country Squire Mdbiei Home, 2 bdr. t bath, garden tub, water softner, desert landscape, f\illy awned, 4 ton air conditioner. In adult park. V JVE ON ONE OF BOULDER CITYS shaded streets, super nice and clean 2 bdrm, 1 bath •.7:,i>ome. Giant fruit trtei in bck y*rd, firep* lace. mmmKqmmmmmmmmmmmtamm Kick Shea ...„ „.293-3206 • w R. (Winnie Clark J^^IM 'rt BhilHiaa ..*.....,..f .tw.>M'f* tPr r.'^W (BIB Rryin ••.•>—..>.m->J|w-lvf ma UMbtff W^tm 416 Nevada Hifhwiy Boulder City. Nevada 283-3232 y •• • • • •*•••*•••• • • • MdHty M AKJSR Uerative bar 4 business on Lake Maad Drive, fleavy trafTie to the lake. All fixtures includad. 10 •!< fflaehinn. t (et machines. HARD TO FIND Industrial property. 15,000 sq. ft. bidg. Siftiated on approx. 4 acres. Valley Liquidators on Sunset Road. ONE k V4 ACRE LOT in Section 29. Zoned ranch estates. Water & power within 600 feet Beautiful' view of valley. NEW LISTING Hyde Park area in Las Vegas. 3 bdrm, IH bath. Carpeted. Garage and covered patio. Fenc "d r*ar yard. Very quiet and desirable neighborhood. TWO CONDOMINIUMS Located on Van Wagenen. One 2 bdrm, 1 bath: one 1 bdrm, 1 bath. Carpeted & draped throughout Excellent buys. COMMERCIAL BUILDING & LAND ON WATER STGreat potential. 4000 sq. ft. bldg, space. 2 bdrm. home on rear of lot. MOBILE HOME & LOT Irt Trailer Estates. 2 bdrm. 1 bath. Covered patio. Family room & dining room. Cxcelleitt buy. UMDEB CONSTRUCTION Custom horn*. 4 bdrm. IH bath. IMO sq. ft. on Ml acre. MISSION HII.LS W have lots in this area. StCTION n living room w Zoned for h 564-2722. fee* 4 th, h acre lot 26 x 16 sh upgraded carpet f6 or Al LeFrancois Spring vacuum cleaner spe-eitt -dean, lubricate, ad'yHn brush roll and replace <'Wirt3 Sorensen's Sewing Center 509 Ave C B.C. J933770. '70 Ford MuaUng V-a, 302 New (nni tires, body, paint a interior in exc. condition Runs great. $1450 or best offer 95-92 SAVE UP TO 2S% OFF on any new ear. truek. or mobile borne, let us buy your new vehicle direct fh>m Detroit National Auto Brokers. 2934596 B C. m I wi 3 BDRMS 2BATH 1686 sq ft 2 car garage on 4 acre Section 27. Zoned for horses. Under construction. 4 BDRM I'/i BATH 1950 sq. ft. Zoned horses tack room Ranch style. At base of Sunrise Mtn. $70,000. SECTION 27-3 b^rm.. IH bath. Large storage shed, wired for workshop. Corrals, ehi(k We have 4 • one acre lota in this fast growing araaBeautiful, unobstructed view of entire valley. NOW RENTING 2 BDRM. Am. CARPET, DRAPES, STOVE REFRIGERATOR, AND STORAGE.' Children Welcome k Pets Allowed. SEE AD PC. 3 BLACK MOUNTAIN REALTY 564-2727 K 3MM mi^ H y.iu, 4||i, ••"""" >'fl p-n,ow 'fc-Mf h Htum wtAf I'M 4 a^ ;'|^ • •*. iui*i.'5o *•"'"*'>•'. • Aiitww., K, 22'/i >V-„-, T..7 7057 DICK BUUR REALIY-BROKER 133 NEVADA HWY. 293-2171 or 293-3402 „ u AFTER HOWS CALL Bob Blair 203-2049 Carl Cowan..^ ,. 293-1499 Andrea Anderson 293-2158 Katie Cartlidge 293-2254 Michele He ss „ $9 8-3906 TEDDY'S KITCHENETTES "Just bring your to(bbrak" 293 1716 TioMtts Construction FREE ESTIMATES REMODELING PATIO COVERS ADDITIONS DeVan Tippetts (owner) Lie No 19904 PH 665-0958 WHAT A LOVELY HOME, appx 3,306 sq ft, possible Income property too, 4 bdrm, 2 fireplaces, den sewing rm.MUST 8BE THIS. TOWNHOUSE, near LAKE, 3 bdrm, 2 bath. 2 car garage, carpel, drapes dishwasher, range, ONLY $52,500 00 OLDER 4 bdrm, 1 bath, appliances, wood floors. Reduced to $33,900.00 \ FREE FILM OR CASH DISCOUNT ON ALL FILMS, Printed and developed at VANS NEVADA DRUG, •OULDER CITY, NV. FOR RENT Private rooms with kitchen $20 k $25. per wk. 293-1716. B.C. BUILT LIKE THE ROCK OF GIBRALTAR, NATIVE STONE, 4 bdrm, 2 bath, basement apt. guest house, fireplace, apprx 2.860 sq ft PRICED TO SELL $67,500.00 FINE AREA, quiet street, 4 bdrm, 2 bath, 2 car garage, range, carpet, drapes, SEE THIS! OLDER 2 bdrm, close to downtown, MUST SEE $38,500 00 NEW HOME OVERLOOKING LAKE MEAD, 3 bdrm. 2 bath, family rm. 2 fireplaces, large garage CUSTOM HOME ACROSS FROM GOLF COURSE, 4 bdrm. 2 bath, 2 car garage, PRICE REDUCED TO $.54,900 00 CLOSETO SCHOOL. 3 bdrm. den, pool, 2 car garage carpet, dw, range, refrig. fenced, sprinklers, JUST $62,500. DEAL WITH YOUR LOCAL BROKER, SAVE MONEY k TIME ASK US FOR AN APPRAISAL. WE KNOW THE AREA VALUES. GREAT BUY • % bdrm, 1 bath, sewing room, older home in good condition Just $29,900. GOLF COURSE, beautiful vie.4 bdrm 2 bath, garage, many extras Call for dteails. POOL, nice arts, 2 bdrm 2 bath, 1700 sq ft. of living area Must see Only $62,500. DUPLEX • good income property Each unit 2 bdrm I bath Just $51,500 LOTS Across from Golf Course. 100 x 100. Just $20,000 Lake Mead Area lots for $13,000. Almost 2 acres with Mountain view for $45,000 includes all improvements. DRIVER'S LICENSE TESTS fuesday and Wednesday 9:41' am to 12 noon 1pm to 4. IS pm. City annex Civic Center 200 Water Street Room 6 CARPENTER work by Ibc hour, patios, etc. Reasonable, 73 >-7M VEGAS TYPEWRITER REPAIR 1441 E Sahara, Us Vegas 7aS-73tS Our afcially. used, rebuilt tyycvrltart. SatiifaciloD guaranlMa. SEE US FOR COMMERCIAL k INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY I Sincerity and Integrity is our specialty. MOBILE HOME Set op DOW hi Gingerwood, •dolt 77 oodcl Bockingham I by SUverrrtat. 2 bdnD-, < (•rdea mb, skiiting, 2 nice awvlnga, 4 to* air, never bMB Uved In. Gold Key Mobile HeMf.458-284L„ H tfta i WEEKLY Rooms-Kitehanettes Utilitieta Uneai furn Ph Wiiur. l 2444 For sal* • Mobil* home, 12 s 80 X 100 lot with trees and flowers Large porch and awning, 2 sheds, air conditioning and cooler Valley view estat.es. 1608 Cedar Dr 293 3058 1974 low mileage Ford P-U,8ft bed with camper shell, auto, air, V8. will trade for low mileage Datsun or Toyot;i P U or wagon with air. 293 1069 after 4 BC Painting, No ]ob too small 545-9214 REPAIR, washers 4 dryers Boulder City. PORTER ELEC. INC. !40 YEARS EXPERIENCE? TTRIMMING AND REMOVING; ;TREES Serving Henderson* • area 293-2115. I • • •••••••••••••••••••••••• CONIX) f*r rent in IMW*' S^uot* Unlurniihsd ] bdrm Coil 73S-04Sa doyt •' 29)-2S7S •vtninjt. SAND. GRAVEL, TOP SOIL k LANDSCAPE ROCK, Call 293-2115. BC. L I • • • • ^ HJENDERSON WXN, UNEMPLOYED, looking for odd Jobs No job too small Call anytime 565-6389 Hdn PnOIOAiRg • •Mgarotar, pMcleln I Mat). $7S. tM tliM, rum fti .| FfMicr. I).S cu. h. Ntw tmrtm. $100. 54-IMa. MACRAME TRUCK CUR TAINS. Custom nade.any colors or design $20.00 k up Call Colleen Corder man, 293 2389 after 4pm BC — • k, Wanted: Lady for part time ofUct work Must have experience. Call Kelly Glass. 451 • 9302. NEW 24' wide delux Flamingo mobile homes. Delivered, setup with two 40' awnings, delux skirting, 4 ton air 2 bdrm, 2 bath Complete pkg Only $23,500 Call 293 4755 For sale Water bed frame King sire, canopy style Unique. Make offer. 564-5409 Ijg, J,'l HOUSf FIAMING wEsm SUMUR Ala* having training prg< ram each Wed night; Isabelle's Beaaly Salon; $34 Bldr. Hwy Sa$43$S. • By square foot or hour ••-* ^Licensed and bonded —• ; Free estimate I 736-0607 • 71 TOYOTA CORONA. MARK 114 speed, air. am-fm. excellent condition, $1500 Rear bumper for late model Toyota pickup, like new $90 984-2722 after 8 p m PITT YOUR BEST FACE farwar4 with a complimentary YARY K\Y FACIAL. 193^841 R.C. FREE FILM OR CASH DISCOUNT ON ALL FILMS. Prilled and developed at VANS NEVADA DRUG • OVLOBR CITY. NV. CASH FOR YOUR OLD CAR All American Aelo Wreeken 19M ParkaMi Rd.. Hend $ai-7ar For rent Boulder Square Condo Freshly painted 2 bdrm. downstairs, w swimming pool, laundry facilities, private patio, built ins $325 mo Ph 293-4073 MSTANTCASM l9t2R^3d Mortgage and Trvit Deeda nUNKKOZAl 312-6236 I70-64M Ask your neighbor, he knows me. TRAILERS FOR RENT BRAND NEWI 2 bedrooms, furnished Water k trash paid Vifta Mobile Home Pork 901 So Boulder Hwy CLTON n CARRCTT RC/ILTV BROKER 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 2Vi bath extraspecial family room with wet bar. Heat pumps, handy for schools, walled back yard, roses, fruit trees. Terms LUXURIOUS BEAUTY 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, 24 baths. S-PA-C-l-O-U-S Luxury home near golf I course, over 36001 square feet, 4 BR, 24 bath, family room, wet bar, gan-e room! BUY A LOT NEAR LAKE MEAD VMM akiMf^ita-inr 9i M*->1-)IM S44 Nevodo Hwy. CJty, N. % \>

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^ipl^pp" • "f^w^W" ^*w Hcndmien Horn* NMV*. H*ndrwn, Ntvodo Pagt 10 TuMdoy, May 16, 1970 PUT IT IN THE ^n: I; I f: I •]-FOR RESULTS I r^f.r* rr t M rr r% Bosic Reolty Reoltor 3 Army Strtt Henderson 564-1559 UKE MIAD VliVf LOT Marina Highland Estates, B.C. Utilities, paved Streets Call us for more information SHARP 3 bdrm with carefree landscaping in Highland Hills. Low interest loan Call now HORSE ZONED Lovely home on quarter acre lot. 3 bdrm, 2 bth., with fireplace in LARGE living room WE'RE HERE TO HELPt 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. DANCE THEATRE WEST STARS OF TOMORROW ARE BEING BORN TODAY AT DANCE THEATRE WEST MNOIHON 1 7 Army Si. •OUIMIOTV l404Wywmn9St. TIL }).M77 Joti-Tap-A'>''-> HELP WANTED Station at tendani Experienced only. Apply at Lake Mead & Water Sts Henderson Tex aco Antique collectables Going out of business sale Most Items SOT^off 334 Water St Hdn 5642157 FOR SALE By owner. 4 bdr 2 bath, 1700 sq ft. Re • mod eled family rm custom y ip y y I drapes, many extras. Fenced yard, nicely landscaped frt and back yard, automatic sprinkler sys.. covered brick patio. By appt only, call after 6 p.m. wk. days 293-3028 No Realtors FOR RENT. 2 bdrm apt $235 monthly 293 4438 after 5 p m B C 1971 Ford Maverick, auto, 2 dr Good cond excellent transportation 293 4176 after 4, anylime weekends. For sale: 2 bar stools Hardwood with back $25 each Encyclopedias, like new. 565 9270 KEUY'S GLASS A MIRROR CO. Complete Glass Services 5700 Boulder Highway 24 Hr. Service 564-2103 or 451-5153 SHEBTROCIUNG, TAPINO ft ACCOUSTICAL 565-6026. Hdn. FOR SALE: Brown or Black long haired Guinea Pigs $6. each 564-2460 after 4 p m. r For rent 1. 2. & 3 bdrm trailers $30 to $60 wk. Call 565 • 7763 or 585 -7141 Hdn Beautiful LakeviewlotSl x 117, Kendal Lane, terms or cash, owner Owen 293-1044 2 PHILUPS I RADIO & TV 1 EXPERT SERVICE I ALL MAKES x & MO-DELS I (COLOR TV-STEREOl ncii Ford 67 289. 4 dr clean. 2900O mi on new motor New tires $.500 or best offer 564 1648. from 12 noon ill 1 p m Rent or lease Clean, newly carpeted, 3 bdrm 2 bth Condo Hdn ijolf course area .Sorr\. no pels 876 0591 or 876 9210 after 5 p m Elextrolux • representing Boulder City and Render son 293.3644or384 9726ask for Jim Tropirana Sq Townhouse 1 bdrm. unf. quiet area, a • c. pool covered patio, fenced yd All eler applicances $200 mo plus deposits Less with lease 870 5260 SALES & SERVICE 2 W. PACIFIC 564-2870 For all your ^^ insurance /T^/^ FARMERS \ INSURANCE GROUP Oimvor th o^ontefM of kovtng all your Iniwranct with Farm*n. On* company givot ptonnad, no • •vaHap covarog*; on* ofant givot fotl, fair, Iriondiv Mnn*; >lt*taf, rhay wvt you monoyl Coll hnnofi f*r owta. IIH, fifo, mobiUHoma, bt iniuranco • whottvar yaw nood Formort it tti* bott ana company inwronc* bwy in Amonca •odoyl HAIRDRESSER wanted with experience 293-2075 B.C. CEMENT work: all types and block walls, free estimates. Reasonable 457 9450. CONCRETE WORK: Patios, sidewalks, driveways. Call Burel, 565-0273. Learn to drive with Las Vegas School of Driving. Specializing in nervous & handicapped persons. All ages. Day & evening instruction. Free home pickup. 732-7964. For sale: Adult walker Pd. $50. Will take $20-25 PO Box CI, Hdn. Nev. CABINET MAKER Experienced only References required. 700 Sun.set Rd.Hdn ALL UTILITIES PAID Fenced in for kids & pels. Only $150. Call 385-5901. Valley Rentals |H760$) LUXURY HOME private pool, huge 4 bdrm.. 2 full baths, fireplace, garage too. Many extras. Call 385-5901, Valley Rentals (H7510) READY TO RENT: large. 2 story. 3 bdrm.. IW bath, air conditioning. 2 car garage, kids & pets. $350 Ph 3855901, Valley Rentals (H680S) HAVE HORSES' Room to roam horse properly, cozy 3 t)drm. 2 bth. home, fenced yard for Rover, quiet livinR. $325 Ph 385 5901. Valley Rentals (H9902) Sofa, loveseat & coffee table for sale $265 or best offer 565^)884 For sale: Nice 2 bdrm. Condo on Van Wagenen St $26,500 Ph 385-7004. I23S Ariiono Im. 20] OFflCE HOUIS: TwM. ft Tlwfi. 4 >a I p.m. S<. 10 a.m. H 1 p.m. H> Info. Call 2-3)52 of 3I1-3710. 0.1 kUclfMo VUK Z 25TH CA.SINOHEl.PWA.NTED Bartender, waitress • experienced Bus persons, janitor, swing shift Cook fry or broiler man Apply in person after 5 p m Railroad Pass Casino FOR SALE TWO BEDROOM CONDO SQUARE IN BOULDER I Attractive two bedroom, one bath, patio overlooking pool, available May 15. Kitchen complete, new linoleum floor thruout. $40,000 -buyer can refinance thru most lending institutions. For inspection, write Box 888, Hend. Home News. Box 815. Henderson. WANTED Your old car or truck, regardless of condi tion We Pav More 384 8982 1 bdrm furn apt for rent Non Drinker 565 9643. 1 block from Water St. House for sale 2bdrm.tgfam room w fireplace, block wall $36,000 Ph S5^179 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY: Would you like a business of your own'* begin at home, full or part lime Call S6V0244, ask for Bob No obligation No information over the phone Leta have coffee and talk. MOME HOME KSPAIRS General Complete Carpet, tile, plumbing. ele<;. AUWOtKGUARANTKO UCf NSCO lONOlO 643-74S9 4S1-9ltS • HOMES •ACREAGE OCOMMERCIAL REALTORS ^ALt< 12SW.UKEMEADDR. HENDERSON, NEVADA 565-8947 KRFf CT HOU$E FOR THE YOUNG COUPLE JUST STARTING. TWO BEDROOM, ONE BATH, COMPLETE WITH STOVE, REFRIGERATOR, AND WASHER. FENCED YARD WITH MATURE LANDSCAPING. 564-2332 ONI ACRE PARCEL OF LAND ON THE CORNER OF RIDGEWAY AND HIGHLAND. UTILITIES AVAILABLE. CAN BE DIVIDED INTO TWO CORNER LOTS. 564-2332 ROOM TO GROW LOVELY THREE BEDROOM HOME WITH A FANTASTIC MASTER BATH. THE FAMILY ROOM THAT OPENS ONTO A PATIO THAT HAS A VIEW OF THE ENTIRE VALLEY OVER LOOKS TWO ACRES OF GROUND WITH FRUIT TREES. EVE. CALL 565-9453 W ACRE • SEC. 19 & SEC. 33 L SEC 9. SPRING IS HEREI AND YOU WILL REALLY ENJOY IT IN THIS LARGE CUSTOM BUILT HOME. THREE BEDROOMS. 2 FULL BATHS. COUNTRY KITCHEN WITH LANAICEILING AREJUSTA FEWOFTHE FINE FEATURES OF THIS HOME. PRICED $71,500 EVE. CALL 565-9453 Vivian Erickson•...••••• .,.. 565-9453 Kalherine Mitchell ••••••••......585-6897 Jero Bcrgcmeyer ... 381-7193 Diane Barlow ...#••••••••••••••••••• 564-2332 James Smalley ••••••••••••••••••• ••••564-5416 Opn Men. thru Sot, Custom home. BIk. Mtn, 2520 sq. ft.. 5 bdrm., 2W bth., sunken liv. room, family rm. w fireplace, panell ing, view of valley, util. rm., storage rm.. intercom. sprinklers. $68,000. 565-7964 SWAMP COOLERS: repaired, revamped. replaced. Reasonable rates Guarantee Ph Chuck 565 9977 FOR RENT • Kltrbcnettea. $20 wk. UtUldct paid. Sbwiy ReM Mold. 565-7688. 1958 Volk.swagon sand buggy $300 Call 293 5103 after 5 pm BC For sale Welder. Miller matic 35, 2CO' bottles. 1 extra hose, two 4x8 steel tables 565 0259 weekdays only. $525 for all Davenport & love seat. Good Cond 2 chests of drawers, dresser, baby change table 565 9428 ACUPUNCTURE Arlhritii, bursitU, migraine, aithma, allergy, ilroke, sciatica, sina*. gHt, proiUle. 735-7242. For sale 8 x 27 ft Road Walker Trailer. Furn & set up in Trailer park $3000 Call 564 1747 for appt GARAGE SALE Friday. May 19,9 to 4; baby, kitchen, golf, items Books, bike, clothing, misc. 612 Severn, Hdn. Lewis track. Found on Bldr. Hw^. small male black white Poodle No collar. Between Safeway & Palm Mortuary Would like to find owner. Ph 293-1061 after 6 p m (BC) For sale 19' Color TV. Table Model, late model Also 4 drawer chest. 565-7710 •••••••••••••••••••• • OVEREATERS • • ANONYMOUS J • Wed night. 7 o'clock, C T. • X Sewell School, Rm 11 Ph X, • 564 1189 or 565^9880 • • • For sale in Henderson: 3 bdrm. 1 bth w refrigeration, sprinklers, front & back. 10 X 10 storage shed In Valley View near schools Freshly painted inside A out. Ph. 451-8171 or 564-2347 2 bdrm house for rent $250 Water paid. 1st, last. A de posit. References required 731 2028, for appt. For sale Crip w • mattress. Less than 10 mos old $40 See at 171 Westminster, Apt B Hdn For sale Slim Gym. Like new 504^2128. aC Easy St, Hdn Delta Trailer for sale 1 tnjrm 8 wide w add on. Excellent cond Crowley Trailer Park. $3000 Ph 564-2128. Backhoe Front loader $20 per hr Working time only. S6431. For tale Good fishing boat, 40 HP Scott Electric start, steeri ng controls w • trailer. Needs painting $400or best ofTcr 565O903 Beautiful custom built 3 bdrm. home in Mission Hills, Hdn Located on 1 acre corner view lot Fireplace.covered patio A 2 cargaraie $90,500. Ph Custom Upholsterv j 1680 Nev Hwy BC j I 293-4939 \ (Autos, Furniture. Etc I JFREEEST.PU ADel -An j I tique Cars A St. Rods a spe j jcialty. I 20YRS I EXPERIENCE Experienced tow truck driver needed Must have tools 21 yrs or older Must living in or be willing to move to Henderson, Apply at All American Auto, 1401 Athol, Henderson Also experi enced yard man needed Own tools A knowledge of late model cirt. Salary negotiable. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Open Mtvting: Wtd., 1:00 p.m. PUUIC INVITED: SI Woter StrMt 56S-7073 HELP WANTED: Licensed tieauty operator. Apply 514 Nev Highway Ph 293-4426 Bt For Sale: 155 Sw yds used Shag Rug. Exc. condition (Green) $200 Ph 565-9155. For sale 1-like new upright deepfreete 1 24T air conditioner, heat strip, roof ducts. 9 old style windows with glass 1 large recliner, 1 small recliner. Ph 565-6385 until 10 am. or after 6 pm. For sale Electronic Piano Excellent condition Ph. 56V951I For Sale: Conn Clarinet. Like new 985-9511 FOR SALD • Two repossessed singer sewing machines. Sorrensen's Sewing Center, 509 Ave C B C 293 3770 SKITS MOMEIEFAIR (Umadeling, Painting •H. 5$-f34f MOBILE HOME BEAUTY 10 mo old 24 x 96 Bendix, on large estate lot. with garage workshop Desirable, best quality features, inside and out Choice financing Priced at appraised value Owner ]t34238BC Henderson Realty ... ^^^ PfALTOI? ;^\ 18 Water Stit Pk. SM-2SIS -' DUANE G. LAUBACH. REALTOR HIGHLANDHILLS .. ,w ^ iv K.'ifc Uvely to look at Lovely to own This 3 bedroom 1^ b^B home all the amenities one would want now! Not ltr. when you can afford them. Finished garage. Screened porch Call the "Property People" at Henderson Realty, 564-2515, for an appointment today! ; ; GROWING FAMILY Need room to stretch call today to see this home, ortr 2600 sqaure feet in this beautiful custom home on "^ acre. 4 large bedrooms with ample closets, formal living room with a'fireplace 2nd fireplace in the family room. Custom kitchen and separate utility room. Many more features. REMODELLED TOWNSITE That has room • room room and more room Four bedrooms, 2 baths. Close to downtown. Large fenced yard. FHA A VA financing. THINKING OF LAS VEGAS Let us show you this lovely custom built Spanish style home. Large master bedroom with bath Formal living room and dining room, comfortable family room with brick fireplace adjoining kitchen area Backyard istfnclosed with block fence and ample room for a pool. LOCATION • LOCATION LOCATION One of our newest offerings in Black Mountain Ranf h Estates Four (4) bedrooms, 2 baths Enclosed carport. Situated on a cul de sac drive Site is loned for horses. Interested? Call the professionals at Henderson Realty, 5642515 CUSTOM WITH LOTS OF ROOM Approximately 2000 square feet. 3 large bedrooms 1** baths. Two (2) large fireplaces Large patio area Extra large finished garage Conventional financing or assumption This home is a beautiful opportunity for you. TAKE YOUR TIME BUT HURRY ... On this one acre building site in Section 33 These sites are becoming harder to get. Don t wait tomorrow may b too late! LET THE "PROPERTY PEOPLE' OF HENDERSON REALTY BE YOUR MARKET PLACE FOR RESIDEN TIAL AND ACREAGE PROPERTIES WE ARE AS CLOSE AS YOUR TELEPHONE CALL 564-2515, OR ANYONE OF OUR CONGENIAL SALES PEOPLE FOR AN APPOINTMENT HenderMn Home N,w., Mend6r,„. Nevodo Page 11 11.' -^ Duane LaubachGary Robinson Ins Blei-sch Rosa Herwick— Jackie Wooldridge Elnora Turner — Barbara Marshall— -565-8887 -565^9081 -293^578 -965-0T4fc..-J -564^1363 -58^9393 -66V924!^:-:.:XXv: BOULDER REALTY REALTORS ^IS For Information Coll 393-3232 MnOMMMOMMMMMMi 1. A STEAL AT $39,900. 2 bdrm.. I bath, centrally located, dose to everything Completely redecorated interior and hardwood floori. With 2 car garage. ?• STARTER HOUSE. 3 bdrm., 1 bath, priced right for the cash buyer, LARGE FRONT YARD! 4 bdrm., 2 bath, near Boulder City Golf course. ^ 1976 Country Squire Mdbiei Home, 2 bdr. t bath, garden tub, water softner, desert landscape, f\illy awned, 4 ton air conditioner. In adult park. V JVE ON ONE OF BOULDER CITYS shaded streets, super nice and clean 2 bdrm, 1 bath •.7:,i>ome. Giant fruit trtei in bck y*rd, firep* lace. mmmKqmmmmmmmmmmmtamm Kick Shea ...„ „.293-3206 • w R. (Winnie Clark J^^IM 'rt BhilHiaa ..*.....,..f .tw.>M'f* tPr r.'^W (BIB Rryin ••.•>—..>.m->J|w-lvf ma UMbtff W^tm 416 Nevada Hifhwiy Boulder City. Nevada 283-3232 y •• • • • •*•••*•••• • • • MdHty M AKJSR Uerative bar 4 business on Lake Maad Drive, fleavy trafTie to the lake. All fixtures includad. 10 •!< fflaehinn. t (et machines. HARD TO FIND Industrial property. 15,000 sq. ft. bidg. Siftiated on approx. 4 acres. Valley Liquidators on Sunset Road. ONE k V4 ACRE LOT in Section 29. Zoned ranch estates. Water & power within 600 feet Beautiful' view of valley. NEW LISTING Hyde Park area in Las Vegas. 3 bdrm, IH bath. Carpeted. Garage and covered patio. Fenc "d r*ar yard. Very quiet and desirable neighborhood. TWO CONDOMINIUMS Located on Van Wagenen. One 2 bdrm, 1 bath: one 1 bdrm, 1 bath. Carpeted & draped throughout Excellent buys. COMMERCIAL BUILDING & LAND ON WATER STGreat potential. 4000 sq. ft. bldg, space. 2 bdrm. home on rear of lot. MOBILE HOME & LOT Irt Trailer Estates. 2 bdrm. 1 bath. Covered patio. Family room & dining room. Cxcelleitt buy. UMDEB CONSTRUCTION Custom horn*. 4 bdrm. IH bath. IMO sq. ft. on Ml acre. MISSION HII.LS W have lots in this area. StCTION n living room w Zoned for h 564-2722. fee* 4 th, h acre lot 26 x 16 sh upgraded carpet f6 or Al LeFrancois Spring vacuum cleaner spe-eitt -dean, lubricate, ad'yHn brush roll and replace <'Wirt3 Sorensen's Sewing Center 509 Ave C B.C. J933770. '70 Ford MuaUng V-a, 302 New (nni tires, body, paint a interior in exc. condition Runs great. $1450 or best offer 95-92 SAVE UP TO 2S% OFF on any new ear. truek. or mobile borne, let us buy your new vehicle direct fh>m Detroit National Auto Brokers. 2934596 B C. m I wi 3 BDRMS 2BATH 1686 sq ft 2 car garage on 4 acre Section 27. Zoned for horses. Under construction. 4 BDRM I'/i BATH 1950 sq. ft. Zoned horses tack room Ranch style. At base of Sunrise Mtn. $70,000. SECTION 27-3 b^rm.. IH bath. Large storage shed, wired for workshop. Corrals, ehi(k We have 4 • one acre lota in this fast growing araaBeautiful, unobstructed view of entire valley. NOW RENTING 2 BDRM. Am. CARPET, DRAPES, STOVE REFRIGERATOR, AND STORAGE.' Children Welcome k Pets Allowed. SEE AD PC. 3 BLACK MOUNTAIN REALTY 564-2727 K 3MM mi^ H y.iu, 4||i, ••"""" >'fl p-n,ow 'fc-Mf h Htum wtAf I'M 4 a^ ;'|^ • •*. iui*i.'5o *•"'"*'>•'. • Aiitww., K, 22'/i >V-„-, T..7 7057 DICK BUUR REALIY-BROKER 133 NEVADA HWY. 293-2171 or 293-3402 „ u AFTER HOWS CALL Bob Blair 203-2049 Carl Cowan..^ ,. 293-1499 Andrea Anderson 293-2158 Katie Cartlidge 293-2254 Michele He ss „ $9 8-3906 TEDDY'S KITCHENETTES "Just bring your to(bbrak" 293 1716 TioMtts Construction FREE ESTIMATES REMODELING PATIO COVERS ADDITIONS DeVan Tippetts (owner) Lie No 19904 PH 665-0958 WHAT A LOVELY HOME, appx 3,306 sq ft, possible Income property too, 4 bdrm, 2 fireplaces, den sewing rm.MUST 8BE THIS. TOWNHOUSE, near LAKE, 3 bdrm, 2 bath. 2 car garage, carpel, drapes dishwasher, range, ONLY $52,500 00 OLDER 4 bdrm, 1 bath, appliances, wood floors. Reduced to $33,900.00 \ FREE FILM OR CASH DISCOUNT ON ALL FILMS, Printed and developed at VANS NEVADA DRUG, •OULDER CITY, NV. FOR RENT Private rooms with kitchen $20 k $25. per wk. 293-1716. B.C. BUILT LIKE THE ROCK OF GIBRALTAR, NATIVE STONE, 4 bdrm, 2 bath, basement apt. guest house, fireplace, apprx 2.860 sq ft PRICED TO SELL $67,500.00 FINE AREA, quiet street, 4 bdrm, 2 bath, 2 car garage, range, carpet, drapes, SEE THIS! OLDER 2 bdrm, close to downtown, MUST SEE $38,500 00 NEW HOME OVERLOOKING LAKE MEAD, 3 bdrm. 2 bath, family rm. 2 fireplaces, large garage CUSTOM HOME ACROSS FROM GOLF COURSE, 4 bdrm. 2 bath, 2 car garage, PRICE REDUCED TO $.54,900 00 CLOSETO SCHOOL. 3 bdrm. den, pool, 2 car garage carpet, dw, range, refrig. fenced, sprinklers, JUST $62,500. DEAL WITH YOUR LOCAL BROKER, SAVE MONEY k TIME ASK US FOR AN APPRAISAL. WE KNOW THE AREA VALUES. GREAT BUY • % bdrm, 1 bath, sewing room, older home in good condition Just $29,900. GOLF COURSE, beautiful vie.4 bdrm 2 bath, garage, many extras Call for dteails. POOL, nice arts, 2 bdrm 2 bath, 1700 sq ft. of living area Must see Only $62,500. DUPLEX • good income property Each unit 2 bdrm I bath Just $51,500 LOTS Across from Golf Course. 100 x 100. Just $20,000 Lake Mead Area lots for $13,000. Almost 2 acres with Mountain view for $45,000 includes all improvements. DRIVER'S LICENSE TESTS fuesday and Wednesday 9:41' am to 12 noon 1pm to 4. IS pm. City annex Civic Center 200 Water Street Room 6 CARPENTER work by Ibc hour, patios, etc. Reasonable, 73 >-7M VEGAS TYPEWRITER REPAIR 1441 E Sahara, Us Vegas 7aS-73tS Our afcially. used, rebuilt tyycvrltart. SatiifaciloD guaranlMa. SEE US FOR COMMERCIAL k INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY I Sincerity and Integrity is our specialty. MOBILE HOME Set op DOW hi Gingerwood, •dolt 77 oodcl Bockingham I by SUverrrtat. 2 bdnD-, < (•rdea mb, skiiting, 2 nice awvlnga, 4 to* air, never bMB Uved In. Gold Key Mobile HeMf.458-284L„ H tfta i WEEKLY Rooms-Kitehanettes Utilitieta Uneai furn Ph Wiiur. l 2444 For sal* • Mobil* home, 12 s 80 X 100 lot with trees and flowers Large porch and awning, 2 sheds, air conditioning and cooler Valley view estat.es. 1608 Cedar Dr 293 3058 1974 low mileage Ford P-U,8ft bed with camper shell, auto, air, V8. will trade for low mileage Datsun or Toyot;i P U or wagon with air. 293 1069 after 4 BC Painting, No ]ob too small 545-9214 REPAIR, washers 4 dryers Boulder City. PORTER ELEC. INC. !40 YEARS EXPERIENCE? TTRIMMING AND REMOVING; ;TREES Serving Henderson* • area 293-2115. I • • •••••••••••••••••••••••• CONIX) f*r rent in IMW*' S^uot* Unlurniihsd ] bdrm Coil 73S-04Sa doyt •' 29)-2S7S •vtninjt. SAND. GRAVEL, TOP SOIL k LANDSCAPE ROCK, Call 293-2115. BC. L I • • • • ^ HJENDERSON WXN, UNEMPLOYED, looking for odd Jobs No job too small Call anytime 565-6389 Hdn PnOIOAiRg • •Mgarotar, pMcleln I Mat). $7S. tM tliM, rum fti .| FfMicr. I).S cu. h. Ntw tmrtm. $100. 54-IMa. MACRAME TRUCK CUR TAINS. Custom nade.any colors or design $20.00 k up Call Colleen Corder man, 293 2389 after 4pm BC — • k, Wanted: Lady for part time ofUct work Must have experience. Call Kelly Glass. 451 • 9302. NEW 24' wide delux Flamingo mobile homes. Delivered, setup with two 40' awnings, delux skirting, 4 ton air 2 bdrm, 2 bath Complete pkg Only $23,500 Call 293 4755 For sale Water bed frame King sire, canopy style Unique. Make offer. 564-5409 Ijg, J,'l HOUSf FIAMING wEsm SUMUR Ala* having training prg< ram each Wed night; Isabelle's Beaaly Salon; $34 Bldr. Hwy Sa$43$S. • By square foot or hour ••-* ^Licensed and bonded —• ; Free estimate I 736-0607 • 71 TOYOTA CORONA. MARK 114 speed, air. am-fm. excellent condition, $1500 Rear bumper for late model Toyota pickup, like new $90 984-2722 after 8 p m PITT YOUR BEST FACE farwar4 with a complimentary YARY K\Y FACIAL. 193^841 R.C. FREE FILM OR CASH DISCOUNT ON ALL FILMS. Prilled and developed at VANS NEVADA DRUG • OVLOBR CITY. NV. CASH FOR YOUR OLD CAR All American Aelo Wreeken 19M ParkaMi Rd.. Hend $ai-7ar For rent Boulder Square Condo Freshly painted 2 bdrm. downstairs, w swimming pool, laundry facilities, private patio, built ins $325 mo Ph 293-4073 MSTANTCASM l9t2R^3d Mortgage and Trvit Deeda nUNKKOZAl 312-6236 I70-64M Ask your neighbor, he knows me. TRAILERS FOR RENT BRAND NEWI 2 bedrooms, furnished Water k trash paid Vifta Mobile Home Pork 901 So Boulder Hwy CLTON n CARRCTT RC/ILTV BROKER 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 2Vi bath extraspecial family room with wet bar. Heat pumps, handy for schools, walled back yard, roses, fruit trees. Terms LUXURIOUS BEAUTY 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, 24 baths. S-PA-C-l-O-U-S Luxury home near golf I course, over 36001 square feet, 4 BR, 24 bath, family room, wet bar, gan-e room! BUY A LOT NEAR LAKE MEAD VMM akiMf^ita-inr 9i M*->1-)IM S44 Nevodo Hwy. CJty, N. % \>

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"<"*f" "*"^P!l*wii "mm • Tfinmifapfsi** CHEVROLET ?S'GT'VACK'TOSHE RIGHTFUL I OWNER" 510 • EVERY CAR AND TRUCK SOLD FOR THE NEXT 12 MONTHS WILL BE DONATED EACH MONTH TO PRE-SELECTED CHILDREN'S CHARITIES IN CLARK COUN TY, OUR GOAL IS TO DONATE IN EXCESS OF $100,000 BRAND NEW 1978 MONTE CARLO H488 No. 2912 BRAND NEW 1978 MALIBU No. 3195 BRAND NEW 1978 CAMARO H488 No. 3399 BRAND NEW 1978 4x4 CHEVY PICKUP No. 3354 A NEW CARS WE MUSf MAKE ROOM iV0Nfl • FOR OUR NEW INVENTORY ARRIVING HOURLY No. 2803 BRAND NEW 1978 EL CAMINO H799 i^O^ No. 2469 BRAND NEW 1978 CHEVY LUV PICKUP USED CAR CENTER YR MODEL JooK OUR PRICE YR MODEL J^'OK OUR PRICE -69 CHEVY CHEVELLE No 4754 Good Trans ^798 75 OLDS STARFIRE No 4891 '2m '2988 -67 FORD LTD No 4922 Nice Car '7aa 77 FORD PINTO No 9007 <35n '3088 710LDSVSTA CRUBaWGN No 4743 Family Car noes 77 FORD PINTO No 9023 '36n '3088 -69 GRAND PRIX No 4557 Extra Special '1188 77 CHEVY VEGAGT No 10949 '3760 '3188 71 MONTE CARLO No 4580 Runs Super n288 74 BUICK REGAL No 6JV ^3830 '3188 70 CAD. CPE DeVILLE No 4768 Sharp Family Car '1288 -76 AMC HORNET No 8139 3W5 '3388 71 FORD LTD No 4751 Looks Good '1288 76 FORD LTD No 4890 'i29S '3388 THIS tALE POSITIVELY ENDS MAY 20 BRAND NEW 1978 RENAULT LE CAR ^3686 ^.- No. 17139 BRAND NEW 1978 FIAT 131 CREDIT? H486 0. 13706 70 PLYM. FURY II No 4899 73 CHEVY MALIBU No 4960 74 AMC MATADOR No 1"34 •72 CHEVY IMPALA No 4865 72 DODGE DEMON No ao?o 75 VEGA WGN No 4794 75 FORD PINTO No 4537 74 PLYM. DUSTER No 4797 74 PINTO WGN No 4758 •74 PONT. VENTURA No 4230 DART No 9095 75 FORD MUSTANG II No 4834 76 FORD PINTO No 4550 Sharp! 25?5 WO 'IM im tses nm '2KS "jm 'sses "Wli 'ms *34eo $' '1388 $ • $ • $• $ • '1988 $f $' $ 2888 mssL 76 DART SPORT No 4536 76 DART SWINGER No 10950 76 AMC CORNET WGN No 4370 77 CHEVY NOVA No 8124 77 CHEVY NOVA No 812 77 MALIBU CLASSIC No 10958 77 CHEVY CAMARO No 8076 77 CHEVY CAPRICE No 8129 77 CHEVY CAPRICE No 8120 77 FORD LTD II No 9019 78 FORD FAIRMONT No 8091 '77 MONTE CARLO No 8000 Trar SEVILLE No 8010 'ues '4265 '3890 '4MS '4MS '54?0 • 5^ Vti '64tS 9440 Auto, AIR •SHO Only 800 miles $' BRAND NEW 1978 ALFA ROMEO IMMEDIATE DELIVERYI '^Sff^ .*ri3^'^% USED TRUCK CENTERj YR MODEL Ji'oK OUR PRICE YR MODEL JiSE OUR PRICE 8 CHEVY a CAMINO No 4746 '2869 '1488 75 DATSUN SHELL No 4964 '3800 '2988 73 CHEVY CHEYENNE No 4925 '3060 '1688 74 DODGE V TON No 4873 '3870 '3288 74 CHEVY SHELL No 4793 ^2870 '1988 75 CHEVY VAN No 10959 '4700 '3988 -68 FORD ^TON No 4940 '3860 '2188 76 FORD No 4459 ^S8S7 '4988 73 CHEVY '/I TON No 4895 ;2869 '2388 -76 DODGE \ TON No 4036 • 6889 '4988 75 CHEVY LUV No 4785 '3870 '2488 77 RAMCHARGER No 4898 '2899 '5988 73 CHEVY EL CAMINO No 4798 '3870 '2788 77 CHEVY SILVERADO No 007 ';899 '6488 75 CHEVY LUV No. 4803 '3870 '2988 -72 FORD FIDO No. 8141 '38 '2988 $' $' '4188 '4188 BRAND NEW PEUGEOT DIESEL DRIVE ONE TODAY AND YOU'LL BE SOLD ON THE PERFORMANCE SEDANS > WAGONS. IMPODT NEW LINE USED IMPORT CENTER '73 AUDI lOOSl 4 speed, 4 Door Sedan. No. 4931. $i INTRODUCTORY PRICEDI $ 1988 ^4788. $i CALL TODAY FOR 74 DATSUN 4 speed. No. 4709. '2288 I 73 HONDA CIVIC 4 ipeed. No. 4866 M888 '75 DASHBI CPE 4 speed, AIR. No. 8103 >2988 '76 VW RABBIT 4 speed. AIR. No. 4755 <3688 '4888 '518f '52^ TZW YOUR LOW PNICE 8ALE8 H0UR8 8:30 M • 10:00 pn SERVICE DEPT. 7:30 IR • 6:00 p 75 PUT 131 SPORT COUPE. 5 speed, AIR. No. 8156. <2488 76 TMUMPH TII7 4 ipeed. No. 4830. M588 74 VW CONVERTIBLE 4 speed. No. 4490. '3488 '76 DATSUN 4DR 4 speed, AIR. No. 4689. <3388 74 MERCEDES 2400 AIR. No 4916. '8888 •75 SPITFIRE HT 4 speed. No. 10953. *2788 72CELICA TOYOTA. 4 speed. No. 4872. •1788 73 MERCEDES AutomatK;, AIR. Na 4706. <4988 '76 FUT WGN* 4 speed. AIR No 8908 ^2988 77 M6B RDSTI 4 speed. AM/FM. No. 48S5 '4488 Future Of Railroad Branch RECEIVED MAY 2 1 W\ SIATE LIBRARY Nv. ,a?7ic C-f 'lln The fwtwfi f the Ur • wl**^ Ofy Rfondi U diKwssed at Nevada Hi portment public infei heoring te be held In I en June I. Beginning ot 7:30 p.m., the meet will be cenducted in the auditorium of the Reed Whioale Center, 121 Los Vegas Blvd. North, las Vegos. To be consion City* "•.'."e,!;" Iscussed 'lend ,...1 i rne State Highway Deportmenft develepn>ent of a State Rail Plan being drawn in conjunction with the Publi^Sorvice Commission. All individuals and organizations concerned with roil transpertotion are urged to attend. Personnel will be present te explain the rail planning program and answer questions regarding federal and state involvement. In on interview with the NEWS, Robert Hamlin of the Planning Survey Division, State Highway Department, explained the function of the plan. The federal government institiuted a "Four r' Act in 1976 allowing states to develop a railroad plan to study the needs, conditions, etc., of lines within its boundaries. The present informational hearings are designed to gather such Information. Hamlin said there is no request from Union Pacific to abandon the Boulder City branch at this time. As a matter of foct. the rail plan could be of assistance in the future to preserve the line should such a request appear. He stated that certain federal money could possibly be used to assist in maintaining the line of requirements were met. He also mentioned an option referred to as "railroad Bonlcing" where a little used line could be put in "storage" for use at a later time ... but not dismantled. During storage, the owners would receive tax benefits to encouroge the use of this alternotivt. "The whole plan is yr/ flexible at this point," Hamlin told the NEWS. "We're eager for input from all sources." He strongly ertcourages oil those with on inContonPage2 WITH WEEKLY SHOPRERS WHICH INCLUDE MERCHANTS' MESSAGES THAT SERVE ALL 10,000 HOMES IN THE HENDERSON-BOULDER CITY AREA. Our 30tti Ytar 41. Edition HENDERSON. NEVADA PHOIVE 564-1881-AU Departments Tiiurtdoy, Moy 18, 1978 PRICE 15 CENTS Cities To Protest 208 Plan At County Morry'Story iy Mmy ZtMff Tales Of Two Cities The Republicans ore looking for o man te team with Bob list. Why not Bob Broodbent? He hos proven his weight in geld as a commissioner, as a defertder of good government ond his knowledge of state laws places him in good stood as the man to conduct the senate thru the legislative sessions. He makes a good image, kne%vs Nevoda's strong points and weak points so well. He's got oil the answers to being the ideal li^wtonant governor condidote ~ and his Mormon vote getting ability would e^ual what the Democrats are shooting at with Myron Leovitt, who also is an able candidate. Ellen Shirley, Henderson's one time chamber of commerce manager and later serving in the sante spot in North Vegas, should be all full of smiles these days, as we ore, that her "boby," the Southern Nevada Museum, is now assured of existence as a result of the subsidy arranged for by Clark County. She ought to rote 0 picture on the wall over there for her early day work putting the project en the rood. A In the mill is a 100 unit apartment rental complex for the eld Carver Pork areo ... being planned to house many of the employees K-Mart will hire when it builds on a spot fronting en Boulder Highway halfway alortg the frontage of old Victory Village. The Vogue ski factory may make Boulder more internationally known one day -along with Fisher Pens.. aitd soon the Solar research lab. Soon to be built, too, on the Old Vegas grounds will be a fine steak house, among other stores. Do I heor a binge porior is being plonned for the eld Morket Basket spot in PiHman? And surely Channel I deserve s a boost for bettering its signal for Boulder ond Henderson. Levi Strouss pants ore going See' MORRY** Pli2 Bid Awarded For Levi Strauss Off sites With a bid of $2,765, Southern Nevada Concrete Co. won the bid for paving curbs and gutters near the Levi Strauss building in Henderson. The bid was the only one received by the city council Monday night. Bob Glinski Motors, Inc.. was awarded the bid for five pickup trucks for the city at a price of M,243eac) $21,215 for the five. Delis* will be from the supply on hand and the balance in 30 to 45 days. There were four other bids received by the city. There are five bids received for a backhoe for the city. The bids will be studied by the city administration and referred back to the city council. Approval was given by the city council for four ordinances. One ordinance provides for apartment motels in a C-2 district. They would be subject to a use permit. Final action was also taken on an ordinance providing for disposition of lost, abandoned or confiscated personal property. Another ordinance provides for city installation of water and sewer mains on the basis of material costs. The fourth ordinance reclassifies a portion of section 7 from from R-1, one family residence district, to R-A, single family residence district for the Collins Brothers. 8winMi LicnM Approved Business licenses were approved for a child care facility, "Wee-Care for Little Folks," for Toni-Linda Co., Inc., at 58 Basic Road. A tavern and package liquor license for Ferdinand J. Gunther doing business at the Boo-Bee received tentative approval pending legal difficulties, ^a^^. Easements for VictbfyHoad sewer extension connecting a six inch line to the interceptor were approved for Carl and Frances Spickelmier and Louella Chandler. An easement for flood control in Paradise Mesa in sections 5 and 6 were approved for Roger and Hollis Jacquot. A resolution authorizing Robert E. Campbell to sign acquisition of rights • of way agreements between the City of Hendersons and the U.S. Government agencies was approved. Artisfs Sketch Of Sotewoy Center Henderson Safeway Plans 25 Store Center Norman L. Iverson, of Tacoma, Washington, and Mrs H.L Wallerstein. of Beverly Hills, California, today announced plans to remodel their Henderson Plaza Shopping Center on Boulder Highway. The center was originally developed in 1958 with Safeway and seven other stores. In 1966 Safeway moved to its present larger store in the center and Rasco took the original Safeway store, as several other stores were added. Edward B. Hendricks, Vice President of Daniel, Mann, Johnson & Mendenhall of Las Vegas, has been selected as the architect for the remodeling which will commenc"e in July. Herb Wallerstein of Calif. Condominium Services, Inc., Beverly Hills, California, manager of the center, stated that present plans call for the addition of a number of new stores so that when the expansion and remodeling is completed there will be over 25 stores in the center, including a major bank. First Western Savings recently completed remodeling its premises at the west end of the center. By Lorna Kesterson Tentative plans for the four Southern Nevada city councils, including Henderson and Boulder City, to meet at a group at the Las Vegas City Hall on May 25 for a briefing en the 208 Wastewater plan ore being made to unify objections to the plan, according to Henderson City Manager Bob Campbell. Major objections to the plan as far at the Henderson city council is concerned are in regards to granting almost total control to the county. Arrangements ore being mode for a preftsian< in the Wastewater orea te discuss tiM problems of the AWT concept and the fact that it hat not worked in otfier areas and is the most "expensive process." According to Campl>ell, it is expected that the four city councils will take similar action to reaffirm their position against the AWT plan and take the objections to the Governor's public hearing on May 30. The cities are interested in a more workable management structure and to know what alternatives there are for the cities, legal or administrative. Mark Fine To Speak On Green Valley Business Park At A-HIT Council Gives Final Approval To Market Street Vacation By Mary Stofford Despite a desperate, last hav.e two hotels, minute plan to stop the City.-^ Mark Fine, President of the American Nevada Corporation, builders of the Green Valley development, will be guest speaker at the quarterly general membership meeting of the Association of Henderson Industrial Trades on Friday, May 19 at 12 noon at the Eldorado Club. Fine will be speaking on their new Green Valley Business Park, a 112 acre site at Sunset Road and Mountain View which will offer retail commercial space for the support of the industria4 and business park tenants, office and light industrial areas. Just a little over a year ago, April 1. 1977, HIT was re-organized with incorporation on June 9 as a non profit organization. Since that time 4000 to 5Q00 industrial brochures and information pamphlets have been distributed stressing the industrial advantages of Southern Nevada and Particularly Henderson. This information has been circulated throughout the U.S., Canada, Mexico and other foreign countries by Coordinator Don Dawson. During the past three months, 31 induMries have requested information on the industrial advantages of the area. Many have visited Henderson and physically viewed the industrial areas. Several SeiMirkRne Conton ^age i \ Council from giving final approval to the vacation of Market Street, the Rainbow Club lost out in their battle which has come to be known as the "street war." The council, by a vote of 4-1, approved the controversial vacation which now paves the way for the Eldorado Club to build their 100 room hotel and two story parking garage. George Rudiak. attorney for the Rainbow Club, presented an alternate plan for the council to consider, calling for the vacation of Army Street and a portion of Panama, since they are "smaller" street. He said this plan would be perfect fp|;^ p 85,000 square foot parTfTng lot which would accommodate 283 cars on ground level without a highrise. "They (Eldorado) don't need that public street," Rudiak maintained, and this would enable Henderson to "We're not proposing vacating streetsr' he said. "We're proposing it as a viable alternate." Rudiak also quoted from a private memo, calling it "significant." The memoran-, dum, from City Attorney Kent Dawson, had been issued earlier to council members and read in part: '.At the conclusion of the initial research and as confirmed by the follow up, it was determined that the City Council does not have solid legal ground upon which to rely in ordering the vacation. This is not to say that the City could not win a court case on the question. However, in ordering the vacation in the face of existing case law, the City Council does face a substantial risk that their decision will be reversed by a reviewing ""'"•*" i^ — Dawson was quick to point out that his memo was merely a legal opinion pointing out See Market Street P. 2