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1978-06-15 - Henderson Home News

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1978-06-15 - Henderson Home News
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Kesterson, Lorna ( Columnist )
Zenoff, Morry ( Columnist )
Stafford, Mary ( Columnist )
Vondenbrink, Dorothy A. ( Columnist )
Deardoff, Edna ( Columnist )
Lindsey, Robert ( Columnist )
Bennett, L. Jessie ( Columnist )
Sorabella, Lou ( Columnist )
Eckley, Jean ( Columnist )
Sadovich, Maryellen Vallier ( Columnist )
Phillips, Viv ( Columnist )
Phillips, Bill ( Columnist )
Harbour, Bill ( Columnist )
Raymond, Flo ( Columnist )
Thompson, Mel ( Columnist )
Newton, Ernest L. ( Columnist )
Redmon, Jack H. ( Columnist )
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City and town life -- Nevada -- Henderson
Community life -- Nevada -- Henderson
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Letl 8trau88 Holds Grand Opening Friday ^'"•cir^c/tyf\^'''''-y state and local dignitaries and 300 ir '-n'osts will attend the i '^"' $7 mil! center fc at 1 p.r Boulde. east entrance to tnt u..^ Ribbon cutting ceremonies will follow the opening remarks, followed by a tour of the facility. Al Sanguinetti, senior vice president of Levi Strauss and president of the Jeanswear division, will speak, followed "by the Chairman of the Board, Walter A. Haas, Jr. Other speakers will include Bob Goodman, director of economic development for Nevada, who will represent the Governor. Mayor Lorin '•'Ml makeawelcom"•''• W?;,^ 'GaryJohn^^^^ the Chamber H. Vlr, j RECEtVED JUN 1 9 1978 son distribut.-. jects to ship 50 million uniia ior the year and will employ 250 persons. The Jeanswear division is the largest of the company's divisions. The stock of basic Jeans will serve the 13 western states from Henderson. Last year the company grossed $695.5 million in sales. The company is 128 years old and was divisionalized in 1970. New $7 Mion Levi Strauss Building HENDERSON luiii I' uiwi^. I 'ljvi THB COMMUNITY'S NEWSPAPER WITH WEEKLY SHOPPERS WHICH INCLUDE MERCHANTS' MESSAGES THAT SERVE ALL 10,000 HOMES IN THE HENDERSON-BOULDER CITY AREA. Our 30th Year 49th Edition HENDERSON, NEVADA PHOIVE 564-1881-All Departments PRICE 15 CENTS Thunday, June IS, 1978 ^^ w Dog Racing Gets Nod From Public Trust Group ^ Morrf Story ly Mwry ZMttt On giant ttp forward for mankind •• Handorson's mankind wot mad* hr Tutsday night whon tht city's Public Improvement Trust committee voted unAnimoutly to opprevo o resolution to allow Los V090S Downs to procedo with plans to financo its $7,500,000 dog ortd roco track by US* of tho fox fro* bonds fimmcing system vvftich is more attrcKtiv* to bond bvyors across the nation. The resolution puts into motion now a series of moetings of the Trust Committee and the Downs' legal, finarKial and planning exports to iron out specifics that con ultimately put the show on the road. Specifics like sufficient guarantees that the bend-buyers would like to secure their investment, proper guardiamhip by a bank trustee of the seven and a half million as it is expended during construction and early operation; like satisfying the Trust committee and the city of Henderson that the racing project has covered all the safeguards it can to reduce the chance of criticism to the city should th* business not moke it and the bonds go into default. It is automatic that the city of Henderson will not hove to put its guarantee on tho bonds, thus the citiionry and tlto city are not in any way liable. It is automatic tfte risk-taking will be oil on the side of tho bond-buyors, in this cose it is believed they will be insurance company groups who are attracted by th* high interest and the tax-fnM returns for tfieir risk. Thanks to tKe perfect handling of tfte Trust committee's nteetinq Tuesday by its choirman, Lyol Burkholder, who poftermed viritts the sante thorewghrtess tftat he handled th* cH/i school system in Hondorson's pionoer yeors, tho start of th* n*w industry ff th* community and for Southern Alper Land Request A request to purchase 21.7 acres of land in Section 35 died in committee Monday night when the City Council deadlocked in a 2-2 vote. The request came from .\rby Alper of Sky Harbor .\irport who wanted the city toadvertise the land for sale. "I want to buy it and hold on to it to protect the airport. It is essential to me because its in my flight path." Alper explained. He said that air freight is going to be the keynote to the future. "McCarran is busting at the seams and will have to get rid of the freight ... and we're extending our runaways to accomodate jets." City Manager Bob Campbell said he couldn't see any real need or reason to sell it and Alper replied "the only one 3T az: 3Dc: JLt. Jg making it valuable is me." Gary Johnson, director of the Chamber of Commerce, suggested that a future council might not feel the same way as the present council does while Don Dawson, HIT coordinator, said "HIT is advertising air cargo under M zoning because McCarran isn't going to be able to' "I would lik t0;see him acqjne that land \i po.'^sibk'." said Councilman Phil Stout. "I think we should get a new appraisal of the land, put it up to hid and hope he gets it." Both Stout and Mayor Lorin Williams voted in favor of a new appraisal and advertisement of the land for sale while Councilmen Gary Price and Carlton Lawrence were opposed Councilwoman Lorna Kesterson was absent lue to illness. AN EDITORIAL The Warmtli of Henderson Goes to Levi Strauss The firm that broothed new life into Honderson officiolly opens tomorrow -• for the world to know • that internationally famous \ Levi Strauss • has a distribution warehous* in Henderson, Nevada, USAI ^ j Invitations have been sent to V.I.P.'s from near and for and they'll all be here to help cut tho ribbon and cheer on this grand event. To our town ~ it is like getting born anew. Now more than ever before everywhere one goos in the State of Nevada the word is Henderson is on the move. Henderson is beomtown. Henderson is tho place to go. And townspeople, like you and I, wfe hove been here from Day One or* happy, thankful, hopeful that all is for the very best from now en in. We, like you, are mindful of the words L*vi p*opl* said *aHier -• in public announcement when they seloctod Henderson •they came, they said, because thoy liked th* wormth f the people, that they folt they wer* w*lconfs*. It is that f**ling thot won over all other citi*s who tri*d to g*t th* hu9* new industry. So again today with the same degree of warmth and sincerity w* th* p**pl* of H*nd*fSon •• salut* lovi StraussI W*lcome levi StraussI Thank Levi StraussI God Bless Lovi StraussI PUBUC TRUST MEETS — Members of the Henderson public Trust met Tues. night for the first time in several months. From left are Dais Roberts, Williom Former, Choirman Lyal Buricholder and Estes McDoniel. Secretary Linda Mann is in the foreground. The Trust discussed the Los Vegos Downs request for $7.S million. LEHERTO THE EDITOR Traffic Lights A Chollenge Dear Editor: Does anyone know what's wrong with our Traffic Lights'' Once again this noon, while running errands for my employer, I sat through three (3) complete light changes waiting for the green arrow to give a left turn signal off Water St. onto Pacific. Exasperated, and with cars behind me also waiting, I finally pulled to the right and continued down (which was a feat in itself at 12 noon*. How many times has this happened to other residents'' This is the third time for me at this intersection in about three months' time. It's time to speak out and maybe something will be done about it. Safely yours. (s)Louise Francis P.S. Now do you want to discuss the light at the intersection of Boulder Highway and Lake Mead Drive??? at ar aL JK az: ir JL Water St on that green light... Family Fight Ends In Stabbing Following a family dispute Monday night, Cora Beatrice Baca. 30, of 352 Sage Circle, was arrested on charges of battery with a deadly weapon and held at the Henderson City Jail on bail of SS.OOO. According to police, Mrs. Baca was in a heated argument with her husband, Americo Ernesto Baca, 45. Mrs. Baca told police he threw her down on the floor where he hit her and pulled her hair. He started hitting her again, she said, so she grabbed a knife and stabbed the victim in the right shoulder. The knife was a five inch hunting knife with a bone handle. Police said Baca will recover. By Lorna Kesterson An indication that the Henderson Public lmpro\cmenl Trust will cooperate in "getting it on" for the Las Vegas Donns dog and horse race trace. Has gi>en Tuesday night when the group approved a resolution starting procedures to obtain S7.S million in tax free bond through the cit>. Four members of the Public Trust met with officials of Las Vegas Downs, najor stockholders David K. Funk and his son, Davki, along with bonding attome>s aad financiers from the East. To keep the momentum going, the Public Trust group, under Chairman Lyal Burkholder. agreed to meet Monday, June 20 to iron out securities which will be required by the cit> and to meet on June 20 to complete negotiations for the agreement between tlie cit> and Las Vegas Downs. One member of the i'ublic Trust, Businessman Bill Perr>, resigned from the group Tuesday and be is expected to be replaced by the City council next week. Others on the public trust are William J. Fanner, Dale Roberts, and Esles McDoniel. Da\id Funk, Jr., spokesman for Las Vegas Downs, told the group appro\al had been given by the Public Trust in 1974 for the sale of municipal bonds for the construction of the race track but a declining bond market had caused them to discontinue the effort. He said the application was left in tact. In Oct. of 1977, the program was presented to Charies Svenson, vkc president and director of flnances of a nationally known bonding company and he wanted to proceed. Svenson told the public trust that such municipal bonds are usually soM b> private placement to large insorance companies and tbcy protect themselves. The bonds would not have to go tkroogh a publk offering. He sakl the beneA of the publk bond for Las Vega* Downs, is that it would save approximately S250,0O0 per year tai interest costs. Racing See Page 2 i. S ( iL^

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r HI" T" Htndr*n Home Nw>, Htndtnen, Nevoda Page 2 ThurMloy, JunelS, 197S OOG RACING ConH from pi^ 1 BARNUMS CELEBRATE Pratt Princes Celebrate i Svenaon told the public trvat thty would like to have another NMlatlon from the trust leafflrm* taf its poslthM. Gary Baldwin of the Nevada Ractaig Commission, was present •t the meeting and he said all ofBcera and directors of Laa Vegaa Downs must be approved by the racing commission. Security The main concern of the Public Trust group waa security in the project for the city. McDonicI questioned the recent ruling by the attorney general which allows Las Vegas Downs to come hi under less stringent security requirements because It waa '*grandfathered in." He said the Attorney General's first opinion was that they would have to come under the new law which requires security double the cost of the bond. McDoniel questioned whether Attorney Brian Greenspun*8 Involvement In the project and his place on the newspaper might have l>een a factor, since the Attorney General Is running for oGRce. Greenspun replied that he wished he had the influence McDoniel was crediting to him. City Attorney Kent Dawson said it was not unusual for the Attorney General's office to change an opinion. "I've had three opinions rendered to me on one issue," Dawson said. He pointed out the portion of the law that had been overlooked by the Attorney General's office in the flrst opinion. In figuring the security for the project, Svenson said they had been very conservative. The land was flgored on S5,000 per acre and "land values have now skyrocketed in Henderson," he said. James Richardson, attorney from the Arm of Chapman and Cutler in Chicago, said that the bonds wliich would be sold through the public trust are similar to those being sold by Clark County since IDOBOt f l 1973. He oatUoed the atcp wUsh % wiU have to be taJteo by Ua Vega Downs before the bondhig can be completed. Brian Greenspunr attorney t9(i,ir David Funk and Associatca, aaid he had been rcpreaentlng the Fonka ahice 1973. He aaid the track would be good for Henderson not only for jobs but alao ^or the revenue it would bring to the city, which he estimated at S200,000. Eatea McDoniel, former Mayor of Henderson and member of the Public Trust, questioned a recent ruling by the Attorney General, however, he said he had always favored the project and had voted for It before. The question of security was left to be diacuaacd at the next meeting. If dl necessary ateps can be Uken, the Funks hope to have the race track under construction by Aug. and nearly flnished by the first of the year. The funding would complete facilities for Greyhound racing and some fundhig for horse racing. The track la locat'.^ on Boulder Highway. Quotes From the Meeting Charies Svensen-'Trospective lenders will come here to make sure it Is a sound bivestment." James Richardson-"The lenders will get the mortgage and the money will be held In the bank. Certification will be required that the money waa spent on the project." Attorney Edwin "Ted" Dotson • "I've l>een attorney for Las Vegas Downs and I'd like to urge the Trust to proceed rapidly. Our dream Is in the area of fruition which pleases everyene.'* Harry Polk, Henderson Developer-I'm the seventh largest taxpayer in Henderson and I thbk this type of financing will cost more than traditional flnancing. We'll be keeping an eye en the proceedings but if it is done right we have no quarrel." tBBBmBBBBieeO—— <\3'0-d'r> FIFTIETH Over The News Desk ^ Lorna Kesterson Everyone looked tired to me yesterday morning. There's nothing that mokes you feel worse or more tired than to hove someone say you leolced tired or sick. If you vt/eren't sick or tired before, you cori begin to imagine all types of problems coming up, and when you look in the mirror, new wrmkles crop up oil ever. Well, yesterday, I decided that it was me that was tired and I was teeing everyone through tired eyes, so they looked tired too. New that is an item that vou couldn't have gotten through the doy without... peoved at the one in Eost Los Vegas which stops you even when a car hasn't come the ether way for an hour. Seme former resident of Henderson seem to hove decided that girls ore A-ok. They just had their fifthi Albert and Nadine Lister, who both lived in Henderson for many years but now reside in Las Vegas, were celebrating the birth of their fifth daughter. Every day a new step sign pops up between here and Las Vegas. I think there's a gremlin loose who just loves to harass us mortals, in the summer it is particularly annoying when your cor heats up as you stop ond wait at the many stop lights. So when news comes on the Fraewoy progress, I always take n*. According to news from Carson City, $6 million has been ollocated for right of • way ocquisitien en Interstate 51S from Les Vegas Boulevard to Desert Inn Road That's a start towards Henderson, at least. Thse step lights hove o ptr0f)al grudge against me and .'Wherever there is one, I am stepped there. I get particularly l^' It has been reported to us that Lois Rinker is in the hospital at St. Fose de Lima. She it well • known and has been active in Senior Citiien activities. We wish her well. We saw our former neighbors, the Bob Smiths, wito have moved from the exclusive neighborhood of Fir Street to Mission Hills. They ore building their home there and Mrs. Smith commented on the large an>ount of bugs that come off the desert to visit. All kinds of bugs, big ones and little ones. She't not improtted with thoir friendliness. H you think I look Hred, don't tell nte about it, bocvvto I think yev look tired too. ,|yMoi^Sffferd I've^triuj i^^ him to open the 'bir a^,for^me for nearly SO years," said Sarah Bamum with a delightful smile and a twinkle in her eye, "and now he finally does ... because the dooj handle is broken inside." John and Sarah Bamum will be celebrating their golden wedding anniversary with an Open House in their honor on Saturday, June 17 from 6 to 9 p.m. at the LDS Ocean Street Chapel. And what has made their 50 years of marriage a success? "Forget about your differences and never lose your sense of humor," was the answer of genial John Bamum. Bamum and his wife are both native Ncvadans, he growing up in Mesquite and she in Bunkervillc. They have known one another ever since seventh grade when Bamum used to dip her pigtails in the ink weH. The cOuple were actually married on June 22. 1928 in Las Vegas at the Bishop's house, they both related. "We left Mesquite about daybreak that day to take the bus to Las Vegas to be married. Right as we were crossing the Mormon Mesa the bus broke an axle but I guess it was a common occurence as the bus driver had an extra axle and he fixed the bus and we were on our way again," Barnum said. They were married about 5 p.m. in the evening "with his sister and husband and my sister .ind her husband in attendance." Mrs. Barnum recalled. "Wc were supposed to return to Mesquite that nightr^ she continued "but we knew the folks there were planning a shjvaree for us so my sister had a party for us at her house in Las Vegas that night and we returned the next day. Wc surprised them I" The Barnum's first home was in a tent in Kaibab Forest. Bamum was working in construction and there was a small camp in which the workers could live. "There were six or seven families, a cook shack and a dormitory for the single men," Mrs. Bamum said. "I had never cooked over a camp fire before and some of those first meals were pretty bad." "She could even scorch the water," Barnum interjected with a laugh. But they both admitted those first months were fun and full of adventure and have provided them with many happy memories for today. The Barnums moved to Henderson in 1952, following six years in the dairy business in Overton. "I was in business just long enough to lose everything," Barnum said. He was employed by. what is now, Kerr-McGee Chemical Company until his retirement. Like many other families who first arrived in Henderson in its early days, they lived in Victory Village for several years before moving to their present home on Copper Street. The Barnums have three children, a son, John, who lives in San Diego, and two daughters, Delores Susov and Annette Winslow, both of whom live in Torrence, California. There are also seven grandchildren, three boys and four girls, and nine great grandchildren with one due momentarily. The Open House for the honored couple is being given by the children and their respective mates, and all of fhe Barnum's many friends and acquaintances are cordially invited to attend. A light buffet will be served during the evening. GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY CELEBRANTS -SARAH AND JOHN BARNUMHenderson Home News An Independent Newspaper Founded June 1, 1951 Pubiishfd evfry Tuesday and Thursday morning at 22 Water Street. Henderson. Nevada 89105. Ph 5641881 MORKY ZENOFF • Editor 4 Publisher Umo tttHnmn • Mantling Editor fc General Manager Dn Kt*rMn • Assistant General Manager Morv Stolford Editorial Staff Happy PrMt Advertising Manager • •MIM Stucki Business Manager and Bookkeeper TKaimo Cl*vt • Circulation Manager Entered at the post ofnce in Henderson. Nevada, at second class matter on June I. 1951. tUIKKimON RATES Mn.lr ( ii|,.... It IHM\r ' Mrs. Prince has held many positions in the community and church. Their five daughters are Mrs. Thomas (Daphne) Harless of Henderson; Mrs. Eddie (Romaine) Arnold, Mrs. Florence Miller, Mrs. Tom (Louise) Jerdon, all of Calif, and Mrs. David (Patricia) Downer of Washington. They have 18 grandchildren and four great grandchildren. TO DAD ON FATHER'S DAY by Dorothy A. Voodenbrink Every child has visions, Of the father of their dreams; He Is tall and handsone, gallant And can forge the raghig etreeoa; He poeseases tavoir-faire, In a CIMS with all the beat; He*B the hero, and a Robin Hood, A Knight OB a glorious quest. But In reel life, Fathers come in various shapes and size; There are some who are just average, While others are clever and wise. There really is no perfect Dad Tbia fact Vm sure Is true; But a Father bringa to the family A sense of safety and security too. He makes your feel secure and loved, No matter what you do; And though at tlmea he shuta you oat, You know he belonga to you. I know my Dad's not perfeet, But who needa a perfect Dad; I know if It were not for him, My Ufe would b quite sad, For a child without a Father Fecla love only partially; So Gee Dad, you're the only one I've got, And you luit me perfectly. TIMET Extends Sales To Europe TIMET, the first and largest integrated titanium producer has announced that TISTO Titan Edelstahl GMBH of Dusseldorf, West Germany, has been appointed sales agents for the full TIMET line of titanium mill products in Germany, Switzerland and Austria. Commercially pure titanium and alloy grades will be available in billet, bar, rod sheet, strip, plate and tubing. All material will be covered by the appropriate ASTM or military specifications and /. h proper certifications provided when requested. TIMET has production facilities in Henderson. Nevada (sponge and ingot) and Toronto, Ohio (mill products), and is a principal supplier of titanium products to the aerospace, chemical processing and power industries in the USA and abroad. Combination Sales Offices and Service Centers are located in Irvine. California and East Granby, Connecticut and TIMET is represented by selected agenu world wide. f Hedenon Home Newt, HendersM, Nevoda Fireworks Fund The citizens of Henderson and the Henderson Jaycees would like to thank the following merchants and individuals for their contributwns to the 4th of July Fireworks Fund: Dr. Harold MUler, Black Mountain Reahy, Hydro Conduit, the Moose Lodge, Morris Jewelers, the Rainbow Club, Bank of Nevada, Henderson Union 76, Dan TaylorState Farm, the Henderson Chambei: of Commerce. Donations to this annual fund are running behind schedule. In order to put on this event, which is enjoyed by the young and old of Henderson alike, it is necessary to raise $3,000. Anyone wishing to join the growing list of contributors to this project may do so by mailing a check or money order to: Henderson Jaycees Fireworks Trust, P.O. Box 192, Henderson, Nevada, 89015. BUCK MOUNTAIN REALTY m MuinniusTMo vv SBtVKI lEl NmillSOII. IIIVA5A 107-A WATER STREET INSIDE VAilEY BANK BLD6. RESIDENTIAL OFFERINGS COMPLETELY FENCED \.,y,,^ enhances privacy of this lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath custom home. Family fun this summer in the beautiful pool surrounded with colorful rock landscaping for easy maintenance. Large covered patio to relax in the shade. H acre lot with oversized 2-car garage. Automatic garage door opener. Mom will love the custom ki'chen cabinets as well as the built-in appliances including trash compactor. Many more features. BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. OinSTANDINGVIEWfr...he patio of this lovely custom home in Section 27. 3 bedrooms, 24 baths plus a cozy rock fireplace in the large family room. Formal Dining of course. If you sew. you'll love the separate laundry and sewing room. Call Today for an appointment to see this roomy home. COUNTRY aUBlMNGin,HI, beautiful 3 bedroom. 24 bath custom home Large heated pool and Jacuzzi for family fun in complete privacy. Unique family room overlooking Vegas Valley with wet bar and fireplace. Dad will love the detached 2-car garage with ample room for a workshop. Many more features in this 4-star golf course beauty overlooking one of Black Mountain's prettiest greens. BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. LOOKING FOR AN ACRE? You'll have room to roam on this Mission Hills Lot zoned for horses. This beautiful lot includes a 3 bedroom, 2 bath home with a fireplace for ea.sy country living. Just right for the family that needs room for Mom, Dad, the kids, horses and the pets. BY APPOINTMENT. UND OFHRINGS PARAMSI VAUfY COUNTRY UUB Mi Acre • High Elevation Many new custom homes in the area. BUa MOUNTAIN COUNTRY CLUB Limited Lots Available. Call for Details. SKTION 4 —Overlooking Vegas Valley 25 Acres with water. COMMERaAi ACREAGE — Boulder Highway and Sunset Road near Stuckeys 240X313 water, power and sewer. BovMar Higbwoy aid CMter St. Next to new proposed Motel. Excellent opportunity BovMer Higbwoy next to 7-11. 500 Feet of Frontage, Water. Sewer, Power. Owner will Sell Part. ATTENTION BUILDERS! We have some Prime R-4 Property Available 3 Sites to choose from. Call for Details. RENTALS AVAILABLE 2 bedroom to 3 bedroom. Call for DeUils. BUCK MOUNTAN REALTY56^2727 MflK m VAUn MM MM. RICHARD STEWART! REALTOR DICK STEWART REALTOR OPEN •.30-5:30 WEEKDAYS :O4;0O SATURDAYS AFTER HOURS CALL JOAN COOPER BETTY STEWART. GENE BAIRD PAULSULUVAN. DORA WAGNER-. LARRY WIEDER... KEN PROCTOR. ..J64-1363 ..M4-M47 ..5M4144 ..M4-1807 .56MM88 DIANA DOWNEY 1.. ETHEUNV TAYLOR.. ..J65^m. MULTIPLE USTING COMFUTOR SERVICE i RELOCATION SERVICE AVAILABLE. Ten Women To Receive Ike People's Choice Of Clioice People' AwanI Saturday Tickets are still available, though limited, for "The People's Choice of Choice People" award banquet which will be held this Saturday evening at the Henderson Elk's Lodge. Sponsored by Soroptimist International of Henderson, the affair is being held to honor ten outstanding women in the community who have shown their love and appreciation of their "hometown" through various endeavors. The evening will get underway at 7 p.m. with a no host cocktail hour and dinner will follow at 7:30. Entertainment will be provided by a group of 15 young people from the University United Methodist Church of Las Vegas, under the direction of Ken Tuttle. Guest speaker for the evening will be Senator James 1. Gibson who will talk on the theme chosen by the newly elected president, Betty Scott "Meld your Community." Tickets for the dinner are just $5.50 per person and reservations may be made by callihg 564 2797 or 564 -1831. Installation of Soroptimist officers for 1978-79 will be held following the naming of the "Choice People" who will be presented with their awards by Councilwoman Lorna Kesterson. r ir "i '" '" '"' '^ ^^ PmiCE BLOTTER Jane 6 —A Pittman man reported to police that the 25-yearold man with whom he had befn sharing an apartmont, borrowed his car on June 6 to go get some cycle parts for his motorcycle and had not returned by June 10. Mitchell Ray Moore. 1841 Merze. said he had loaned the man his car before but he had always returned it. He said the suspect had lost his job at State Industries and had mentioned going to California or Reno. The police officer checked the surrounding agencies for possible arrests with negative results. The investigation is to continue. —An unknown suspect took material from a newly framed home at the new housing development by the Paradise Valley Country Gub owned by Collins Bros. Approximately $130 worth of air conditioning, ducting, and fiberglass materials were taken. —A 22-year-old woman attempted silicide b^ause of marital problems by taking approximately 60 tablets of valium. The victim was found unconscious in the residence by her husband. The Henderson fire department and rescue unit took the woman to St. Rose de Lima Hospital where her condition was stabilized. She was then transferred to another hospital. The victim was given the prescription by a friend. —The owners of the Lucky Club reported the theft of an antique telephone booth with an accordian type door made of real wood and valued at SS31. The telephone, which w^s also stolen, was valued at $235. The items were removed from 121 Market Street where the bar has been closed for some time and is sued for storage. It was undetermined if the phone booth belongs to the phone company or to the owners of the building. Jane9 —At approximately-1340 hours, an officer was dispatched to the Chester T. Sewell elementary school in reference to a bomb threat. Upon his arrival he made contact with the person reporting and she related the following. A young juvenile, approximate age of 12-14 years, telephoned the school and said, "There is a bomb in Mr. Lay's room but it won't go off until 2 p.m." The juvenile then hung up. The fire units arrived, waited until 2:15 and checked the room with negative results. It appear; to have been a prank by juveniles. —Police officers were dispatched to the PresbyterBoulder City TIEATBE • PHONE 293-314S JUNE 15-21 I •i*iUT iiai til ^^^ WMTTWWWW SATURDAY iWedmtdayl 'r\w /on B ibnlbn. Citizens Band H^ ThelMovif KM STARTS JUNE 29 ian Church in reference to two white male juveniles and one negro juvenile throwing rocks at the parking lot pole light. After breaking the light the suspects headed toward Morrell Park. Shortly after the suspects were located in the park and escorted back to the church for identification. Upon arrival the person reporting identified the suspects. The suspects were tgad their rights and identified one of the suspects as the one who actually broke the light. They said they were throwing rocks trying to throw them over the light pole. A citation was issued to one juvenile for destruction of property. RSVP Ky Edna D*ardeff What a delightful afternoon of fun we had at our Social Day! Old Sol was shining bright and^ hot but it was pleasantly cool inside room 29 and 30 seniors were there to enjoy an afternoon of fun. There were 10 games of bingo and I really hit the jack pot today winning 3 games. How is that for a lucky day.? Prizes were also claimed by Sadie Mowry, Anna Worswick, Theresa Pyzik, Mabel Heenan, Joe Garcia, Margaret Henlotter, Edmund Walsh and RosieMcClellan. Vira Vasser was the recipient of the door prize. After the yummy refreshments served by Peggy Vliet and Bertie Ver Becke there were Tive games of Canasta and other people just having a good time visiting and settling the affairs of the world. The poor billiard table was sadly neglected. Mark your calendar: June 21. Free blood Pressures in Room 29 for all seniors fi-om 1 to 3 p.m. Wanted: We would like to have a wheel chair donated to the Henderson R.S.V.P. for the use of the Henderson Seniors that need one for a short time till they are on their feet again. Also we could use canes. Why not join us next Tuesday for an afternoon of t\in when Anna Wariwick and Anna Walsh will be the hostesses. s Page 3 Thwrtday.JunelS, 1f7t BUYS TICKETlyUyor Lorta WlllUms Is shown purchasing a ticket to the Soroptimlst International of Henderson's "The People's Choice of Choice People" Awards banquet which will be held this Saturday at the Elk's Lodge. -_:>' • 1^^^ Uek PeleaHe Emblem Club Essay Contest Winner Leah PeBenito will receive a $25 Savings Bond for her winning essay on "What America Means To Me." The contest was sponsored by the Henderson Emblem Club No. 272 and was open to the students of Burkholder Junior High School. The award will be made at Flag Day Ceremonies at the Henderson Elk's Lodge at 1 p.m. Sunday. June 18 following the Fathers Day Breakfast. Other participants were: Eileen Ruiz, Lisa Znoska. Alan Olds, Tony Johnson, Joyce Ray, Allison Adams, Lisa Evans, Denise Yakubik. Kenny Richter. Debbie Styck, Cindy Seguin, Luey Palor. Danine Glasscock, Tami Kay, Sheena Strange, David Dawson, April Jones. Mike Palmer, Brooks Johnson, Jimmy Doeller, Scott Black and Troy Jessup. The Henderson Emblem Club No 272 wishes to take this opportunity to thank the faculty and staff of Burkholder Jr. High School for their support and assistance on the contest. Thanks also to our judges Kay Sims, Ellen Fiero, Virginia Smith and Gwen Young. 9^ GIANT COUPON VALUEi w Something to got oxcitod al>out ^ is happoningi at .•TUIS-SAT • TO 6 •ClOSfDSUN. MON ^ : Emma'sBeautu Salon Z ^ 1311 Nevodo Hwy. Bowlder City W lEDKEN RETAIL CENTER ^^ ^DKEN • S93S563 HAIR CAKE niOOUCTS ONLY THE EXCEPTIONAL STIRS TODAY'S LADY! SOMETHINO HttL SOMETHING DIFFERENT SOMETHING THAT HTS YOUR aUDGfT] CaiweNfM Cold Wave With This Ad *UE

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r HI" T" Htndr*n Home Nw>, Htndtnen, Nevoda Page 2 ThurMloy, JunelS, 197S OOG RACING ConH from pi^ 1 BARNUMS CELEBRATE Pratt Princes Celebrate i Svenaon told the public trvat thty would like to have another NMlatlon from the trust leafflrm* taf its poslthM. Gary Baldwin of the Nevada Ractaig Commission, was present •t the meeting and he said all ofBcera and directors of Laa Vegaa Downs must be approved by the racing commission. Security The main concern of the Public Trust group waa security in the project for the city. McDonicI questioned the recent ruling by the attorney general which allows Las Vegas Downs to come hi under less stringent security requirements because It waa '*grandfathered in." He said the Attorney General's first opinion was that they would have to come under the new law which requires security double the cost of the bond. McDoniel questioned whether Attorney Brian Greenspun*8 Involvement In the project and his place on the newspaper might have l>een a factor, since the Attorney General Is running for oGRce. Greenspun replied that he wished he had the influence McDoniel was crediting to him. City Attorney Kent Dawson said it was not unusual for the Attorney General's office to change an opinion. "I've had three opinions rendered to me on one issue," Dawson said. He pointed out the portion of the law that had been overlooked by the Attorney General's office in the flrst opinion. In figuring the security for the project, Svenson said they had been very conservative. The land was flgored on S5,000 per acre and "land values have now skyrocketed in Henderson," he said. James Richardson, attorney from the Arm of Chapman and Cutler in Chicago, said that the bonds wliich would be sold through the public trust are similar to those being sold by Clark County since IDOBOt f l 1973. He oatUoed the atcp wUsh % wiU have to be taJteo by Ua Vega Downs before the bondhig can be completed. Brian Greenspunr attorney t9(i,ir David Funk and Associatca, aaid he had been rcpreaentlng the Fonka ahice 1973. He aaid the track would be good for Henderson not only for jobs but alao ^or the revenue it would bring to the city, which he estimated at S200,000. Eatea McDoniel, former Mayor of Henderson and member of the Public Trust, questioned a recent ruling by the Attorney General, however, he said he had always favored the project and had voted for It before. The question of security was left to be diacuaacd at the next meeting. If dl necessary ateps can be Uken, the Funks hope to have the race track under construction by Aug. and nearly flnished by the first of the year. The funding would complete facilities for Greyhound racing and some fundhig for horse racing. The track la locat'.^ on Boulder Highway. Quotes From the Meeting Charies Svensen-'Trospective lenders will come here to make sure it Is a sound bivestment." James Richardson-"The lenders will get the mortgage and the money will be held In the bank. Certification will be required that the money waa spent on the project." Attorney Edwin "Ted" Dotson • "I've l>een attorney for Las Vegas Downs and I'd like to urge the Trust to proceed rapidly. Our dream Is in the area of fruition which pleases everyene.'* Harry Polk, Henderson Developer-I'm the seventh largest taxpayer in Henderson and I thbk this type of financing will cost more than traditional flnancing. We'll be keeping an eye en the proceedings but if it is done right we have no quarrel." tBBBmBBBBieeO—— <\3'0-d'r> FIFTIETH Over The News Desk ^ Lorna Kesterson Everyone looked tired to me yesterday morning. There's nothing that mokes you feel worse or more tired than to hove someone say you leolced tired or sick. If you vt/eren't sick or tired before, you cori begin to imagine all types of problems coming up, and when you look in the mirror, new wrmkles crop up oil ever. Well, yesterday, I decided that it was me that was tired and I was teeing everyone through tired eyes, so they looked tired too. New that is an item that vou couldn't have gotten through the doy without... peoved at the one in Eost Los Vegas which stops you even when a car hasn't come the ether way for an hour. Seme former resident of Henderson seem to hove decided that girls ore A-ok. They just had their fifthi Albert and Nadine Lister, who both lived in Henderson for many years but now reside in Las Vegas, were celebrating the birth of their fifth daughter. Every day a new step sign pops up between here and Las Vegas. I think there's a gremlin loose who just loves to harass us mortals, in the summer it is particularly annoying when your cor heats up as you stop ond wait at the many stop lights. So when news comes on the Fraewoy progress, I always take n*. According to news from Carson City, $6 million has been ollocated for right of • way ocquisitien en Interstate 51S from Les Vegas Boulevard to Desert Inn Road That's a start towards Henderson, at least. Thse step lights hove o ptr0f)al grudge against me and .'Wherever there is one, I am stepped there. I get particularly l^' It has been reported to us that Lois Rinker is in the hospital at St. Fose de Lima. She it well • known and has been active in Senior Citiien activities. We wish her well. We saw our former neighbors, the Bob Smiths, wito have moved from the exclusive neighborhood of Fir Street to Mission Hills. They ore building their home there and Mrs. Smith commented on the large an>ount of bugs that come off the desert to visit. All kinds of bugs, big ones and little ones. She't not improtted with thoir friendliness. H you think I look Hred, don't tell nte about it, bocvvto I think yev look tired too. ,|yMoi^Sffferd I've^triuj i^^ him to open the 'bir a^,for^me for nearly SO years," said Sarah Bamum with a delightful smile and a twinkle in her eye, "and now he finally does ... because the dooj handle is broken inside." John and Sarah Bamum will be celebrating their golden wedding anniversary with an Open House in their honor on Saturday, June 17 from 6 to 9 p.m. at the LDS Ocean Street Chapel. And what has made their 50 years of marriage a success? "Forget about your differences and never lose your sense of humor," was the answer of genial John Bamum. Bamum and his wife are both native Ncvadans, he growing up in Mesquite and she in Bunkervillc. They have known one another ever since seventh grade when Bamum used to dip her pigtails in the ink weH. The cOuple were actually married on June 22. 1928 in Las Vegas at the Bishop's house, they both related. "We left Mesquite about daybreak that day to take the bus to Las Vegas to be married. Right as we were crossing the Mormon Mesa the bus broke an axle but I guess it was a common occurence as the bus driver had an extra axle and he fixed the bus and we were on our way again," Barnum said. They were married about 5 p.m. in the evening "with his sister and husband and my sister .ind her husband in attendance." Mrs. Barnum recalled. "Wc were supposed to return to Mesquite that nightr^ she continued "but we knew the folks there were planning a shjvaree for us so my sister had a party for us at her house in Las Vegas that night and we returned the next day. Wc surprised them I" The Barnum's first home was in a tent in Kaibab Forest. Bamum was working in construction and there was a small camp in which the workers could live. "There were six or seven families, a cook shack and a dormitory for the single men," Mrs. Bamum said. "I had never cooked over a camp fire before and some of those first meals were pretty bad." "She could even scorch the water," Barnum interjected with a laugh. But they both admitted those first months were fun and full of adventure and have provided them with many happy memories for today. The Barnums moved to Henderson in 1952, following six years in the dairy business in Overton. "I was in business just long enough to lose everything," Barnum said. He was employed by. what is now, Kerr-McGee Chemical Company until his retirement. Like many other families who first arrived in Henderson in its early days, they lived in Victory Village for several years before moving to their present home on Copper Street. The Barnums have three children, a son, John, who lives in San Diego, and two daughters, Delores Susov and Annette Winslow, both of whom live in Torrence, California. There are also seven grandchildren, three boys and four girls, and nine great grandchildren with one due momentarily. The Open House for the honored couple is being given by the children and their respective mates, and all of fhe Barnum's many friends and acquaintances are cordially invited to attend. A light buffet will be served during the evening. GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY CELEBRANTS -SARAH AND JOHN BARNUMHenderson Home News An Independent Newspaper Founded June 1, 1951 Pubiishfd evfry Tuesday and Thursday morning at 22 Water Street. Henderson. Nevada 89105. Ph 5641881 MORKY ZENOFF • Editor 4 Publisher Umo tttHnmn • Mantling Editor fc General Manager Dn Kt*rMn • Assistant General Manager Morv Stolford Editorial Staff Happy PrMt Advertising Manager • •MIM Stucki Business Manager and Bookkeeper TKaimo Cl*vt • Circulation Manager Entered at the post ofnce in Henderson. Nevada, at second class matter on June I. 1951. tUIKKimON RATES Mn.lr ( ii|,.... It IHM\r ' Mrs. Prince has held many positions in the community and church. Their five daughters are Mrs. Thomas (Daphne) Harless of Henderson; Mrs. Eddie (Romaine) Arnold, Mrs. Florence Miller, Mrs. Tom (Louise) Jerdon, all of Calif, and Mrs. David (Patricia) Downer of Washington. They have 18 grandchildren and four great grandchildren. TO DAD ON FATHER'S DAY by Dorothy A. Voodenbrink Every child has visions, Of the father of their dreams; He Is tall and handsone, gallant And can forge the raghig etreeoa; He poeseases tavoir-faire, In a CIMS with all the beat; He*B the hero, and a Robin Hood, A Knight OB a glorious quest. But In reel life, Fathers come in various shapes and size; There are some who are just average, While others are clever and wise. There really is no perfect Dad Tbia fact Vm sure Is true; But a Father bringa to the family A sense of safety and security too. He makes your feel secure and loved, No matter what you do; And though at tlmea he shuta you oat, You know he belonga to you. I know my Dad's not perfeet, But who needa a perfect Dad; I know if It were not for him, My Ufe would b quite sad, For a child without a Father Fecla love only partially; So Gee Dad, you're the only one I've got, And you luit me perfectly. TIMET Extends Sales To Europe TIMET, the first and largest integrated titanium producer has announced that TISTO Titan Edelstahl GMBH of Dusseldorf, West Germany, has been appointed sales agents for the full TIMET line of titanium mill products in Germany, Switzerland and Austria. Commercially pure titanium and alloy grades will be available in billet, bar, rod sheet, strip, plate and tubing. All material will be covered by the appropriate ASTM or military specifications and /. h proper certifications provided when requested. TIMET has production facilities in Henderson. Nevada (sponge and ingot) and Toronto, Ohio (mill products), and is a principal supplier of titanium products to the aerospace, chemical processing and power industries in the USA and abroad. Combination Sales Offices and Service Centers are located in Irvine. California and East Granby, Connecticut and TIMET is represented by selected agenu world wide. f Hedenon Home Newt, HendersM, Nevoda Fireworks Fund The citizens of Henderson and the Henderson Jaycees would like to thank the following merchants and individuals for their contributwns to the 4th of July Fireworks Fund: Dr. Harold MUler, Black Mountain Reahy, Hydro Conduit, the Moose Lodge, Morris Jewelers, the Rainbow Club, Bank of Nevada, Henderson Union 76, Dan TaylorState Farm, the Henderson Chambei: of Commerce. Donations to this annual fund are running behind schedule. In order to put on this event, which is enjoyed by the young and old of Henderson alike, it is necessary to raise $3,000. Anyone wishing to join the growing list of contributors to this project may do so by mailing a check or money order to: Henderson Jaycees Fireworks Trust, P.O. Box 192, Henderson, Nevada, 89015. BUCK MOUNTAIN REALTY m MuinniusTMo vv SBtVKI lEl NmillSOII. IIIVA5A 107-A WATER STREET INSIDE VAilEY BANK BLD6. RESIDENTIAL OFFERINGS COMPLETELY FENCED \.,y,,^ enhances privacy of this lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath custom home. Family fun this summer in the beautiful pool surrounded with colorful rock landscaping for easy maintenance. Large covered patio to relax in the shade. H acre lot with oversized 2-car garage. Automatic garage door opener. Mom will love the custom ki'chen cabinets as well as the built-in appliances including trash compactor. Many more features. BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. OinSTANDINGVIEWfr...he patio of this lovely custom home in Section 27. 3 bedrooms, 24 baths plus a cozy rock fireplace in the large family room. Formal Dining of course. If you sew. you'll love the separate laundry and sewing room. Call Today for an appointment to see this roomy home. COUNTRY aUBlMNGin,HI, beautiful 3 bedroom. 24 bath custom home Large heated pool and Jacuzzi for family fun in complete privacy. Unique family room overlooking Vegas Valley with wet bar and fireplace. Dad will love the detached 2-car garage with ample room for a workshop. Many more features in this 4-star golf course beauty overlooking one of Black Mountain's prettiest greens. BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. LOOKING FOR AN ACRE? You'll have room to roam on this Mission Hills Lot zoned for horses. This beautiful lot includes a 3 bedroom, 2 bath home with a fireplace for ea.sy country living. Just right for the family that needs room for Mom, Dad, the kids, horses and the pets. BY APPOINTMENT. UND OFHRINGS PARAMSI VAUfY COUNTRY UUB Mi Acre • High Elevation Many new custom homes in the area. BUa MOUNTAIN COUNTRY CLUB Limited Lots Available. Call for Details. SKTION 4 —Overlooking Vegas Valley 25 Acres with water. COMMERaAi ACREAGE — Boulder Highway and Sunset Road near Stuckeys 240X313 water, power and sewer. BovMar Higbwoy aid CMter St. Next to new proposed Motel. Excellent opportunity BovMer Higbwoy next to 7-11. 500 Feet of Frontage, Water. Sewer, Power. Owner will Sell Part. ATTENTION BUILDERS! We have some Prime R-4 Property Available 3 Sites to choose from. Call for Details. RENTALS AVAILABLE 2 bedroom to 3 bedroom. Call for DeUils. BUCK MOUNTAN REALTY56^2727 MflK m VAUn MM MM. RICHARD STEWART! REALTOR DICK STEWART REALTOR OPEN •.30-5:30 WEEKDAYS :O4;0O SATURDAYS AFTER HOURS CALL JOAN COOPER BETTY STEWART. GENE BAIRD PAULSULUVAN. DORA WAGNER-. LARRY WIEDER... KEN PROCTOR. ..J64-1363 ..M4-M47 ..5M4144 ..M4-1807 .56MM88 DIANA DOWNEY 1.. ETHEUNV TAYLOR.. ..J65^m. MULTIPLE USTING COMFUTOR SERVICE i RELOCATION SERVICE AVAILABLE. Ten Women To Receive Ike People's Choice Of Clioice People' AwanI Saturday Tickets are still available, though limited, for "The People's Choice of Choice People" award banquet which will be held this Saturday evening at the Henderson Elk's Lodge. Sponsored by Soroptimist International of Henderson, the affair is being held to honor ten outstanding women in the community who have shown their love and appreciation of their "hometown" through various endeavors. The evening will get underway at 7 p.m. with a no host cocktail hour and dinner will follow at 7:30. Entertainment will be provided by a group of 15 young people from the University United Methodist Church of Las Vegas, under the direction of Ken Tuttle. Guest speaker for the evening will be Senator James 1. Gibson who will talk on the theme chosen by the newly elected president, Betty Scott "Meld your Community." Tickets for the dinner are just $5.50 per person and reservations may be made by callihg 564 2797 or 564 -1831. Installation of Soroptimist officers for 1978-79 will be held following the naming of the "Choice People" who will be presented with their awards by Councilwoman Lorna Kesterson. r ir "i '" '" '"' '^ ^^ PmiCE BLOTTER Jane 6 —A Pittman man reported to police that the 25-yearold man with whom he had befn sharing an apartmont, borrowed his car on June 6 to go get some cycle parts for his motorcycle and had not returned by June 10. Mitchell Ray Moore. 1841 Merze. said he had loaned the man his car before but he had always returned it. He said the suspect had lost his job at State Industries and had mentioned going to California or Reno. The police officer checked the surrounding agencies for possible arrests with negative results. The investigation is to continue. —An unknown suspect took material from a newly framed home at the new housing development by the Paradise Valley Country Gub owned by Collins Bros. Approximately $130 worth of air conditioning, ducting, and fiberglass materials were taken. —A 22-year-old woman attempted silicide b^ause of marital problems by taking approximately 60 tablets of valium. The victim was found unconscious in the residence by her husband. The Henderson fire department and rescue unit took the woman to St. Rose de Lima Hospital where her condition was stabilized. She was then transferred to another hospital. The victim was given the prescription by a friend. —The owners of the Lucky Club reported the theft of an antique telephone booth with an accordian type door made of real wood and valued at SS31. The telephone, which w^s also stolen, was valued at $235. The items were removed from 121 Market Street where the bar has been closed for some time and is sued for storage. It was undetermined if the phone booth belongs to the phone company or to the owners of the building. Jane9 —At approximately-1340 hours, an officer was dispatched to the Chester T. Sewell elementary school in reference to a bomb threat. Upon his arrival he made contact with the person reporting and she related the following. A young juvenile, approximate age of 12-14 years, telephoned the school and said, "There is a bomb in Mr. Lay's room but it won't go off until 2 p.m." The juvenile then hung up. The fire units arrived, waited until 2:15 and checked the room with negative results. It appear; to have been a prank by juveniles. —Police officers were dispatched to the PresbyterBoulder City TIEATBE • PHONE 293-314S JUNE 15-21 I •i*iUT iiai til ^^^ WMTTWWWW SATURDAY iWedmtdayl 'r\w /on B ibnlbn. Citizens Band H^ ThelMovif KM STARTS JUNE 29 ian Church in reference to two white male juveniles and one negro juvenile throwing rocks at the parking lot pole light. After breaking the light the suspects headed toward Morrell Park. Shortly after the suspects were located in the park and escorted back to the church for identification. Upon arrival the person reporting identified the suspects. The suspects were tgad their rights and identified one of the suspects as the one who actually broke the light. They said they were throwing rocks trying to throw them over the light pole. A citation was issued to one juvenile for destruction of property. RSVP Ky Edna D*ardeff What a delightful afternoon of fun we had at our Social Day! Old Sol was shining bright and^ hot but it was pleasantly cool inside room 29 and 30 seniors were there to enjoy an afternoon of fun. There were 10 games of bingo and I really hit the jack pot today winning 3 games. How is that for a lucky day.? Prizes were also claimed by Sadie Mowry, Anna Worswick, Theresa Pyzik, Mabel Heenan, Joe Garcia, Margaret Henlotter, Edmund Walsh and RosieMcClellan. Vira Vasser was the recipient of the door prize. After the yummy refreshments served by Peggy Vliet and Bertie Ver Becke there were Tive games of Canasta and other people just having a good time visiting and settling the affairs of the world. The poor billiard table was sadly neglected. Mark your calendar: June 21. Free blood Pressures in Room 29 for all seniors fi-om 1 to 3 p.m. Wanted: We would like to have a wheel chair donated to the Henderson R.S.V.P. for the use of the Henderson Seniors that need one for a short time till they are on their feet again. Also we could use canes. Why not join us next Tuesday for an afternoon of t\in when Anna Wariwick and Anna Walsh will be the hostesses. s Page 3 Thwrtday.JunelS, 1f7t BUYS TICKETlyUyor Lorta WlllUms Is shown purchasing a ticket to the Soroptimlst International of Henderson's "The People's Choice of Choice People" Awards banquet which will be held this Saturday at the Elk's Lodge. -_:>' • 1^^^ Uek PeleaHe Emblem Club Essay Contest Winner Leah PeBenito will receive a $25 Savings Bond for her winning essay on "What America Means To Me." The contest was sponsored by the Henderson Emblem Club No. 272 and was open to the students of Burkholder Junior High School. The award will be made at Flag Day Ceremonies at the Henderson Elk's Lodge at 1 p.m. Sunday. June 18 following the Fathers Day Breakfast. Other participants were: Eileen Ruiz, Lisa Znoska. Alan Olds, Tony Johnson, Joyce Ray, Allison Adams, Lisa Evans, Denise Yakubik. Kenny Richter. Debbie Styck, Cindy Seguin, Luey Palor. Danine Glasscock, Tami Kay, Sheena Strange, David Dawson, April Jones. Mike Palmer, Brooks Johnson, Jimmy Doeller, Scott Black and Troy Jessup. The Henderson Emblem Club No 272 wishes to take this opportunity to thank the faculty and staff of Burkholder Jr. High School for their support and assistance on the contest. Thanks also to our judges Kay Sims, Ellen Fiero, Virginia Smith and Gwen Young. 9^ GIANT COUPON VALUEi w Something to got oxcitod al>out ^ is happoningi at .•TUIS-SAT • TO 6 •ClOSfDSUN. MON ^ : Emma'sBeautu Salon Z ^ 1311 Nevodo Hwy. Bowlder City W lEDKEN RETAIL CENTER ^^ ^DKEN • S93S563 HAIR CAKE niOOUCTS ONLY THE EXCEPTIONAL STIRS TODAY'S LADY! SOMETHINO HttL SOMETHING DIFFERENT SOMETHING THAT HTS YOUR aUDGfT] CaiweNfM Cold Wave With This Ad *UE

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Mindfon Homo Nowt, Hondorson, Ntvodo u:i IS M:ns r-\X JEANSWEAR DIVISION HENDERSON, NEVADA "A Tradition of Cuing" Levi Strauss, the creator of Lcvi's, never married and very little is known about his life, but he did cam a reputation as a generous philanthropist and successful businessman. He was concerned about the welfare of his employees and was a generous contributor to the community. In 1897, he provided funds for 28 scholarships a' the University of California at Berlteley that are still helping students and during his career he supported the private education of many young men and women. Conliaue tradition Following in the footsteps of their founder, Levi Strauss locations all over the country have formed Community.Involvement Teams. Nancy Lowe and Bruce Bennett arc co-chairmen of the newly formed Henderson Levi Strauss Distribution Center team and they held their first money raising project last Monday — a lunch consisting of two hot dogs, cole slaw, beans and calie. The hot dogs were barbequed outdoors on the patio at the center and employees could buy a homemade lunch for just $1.25. The Henderson Albertson's store and Utah Meats contributed cabbage, hot dogs and other items for the event. Nancy Lowe came to the DC (Distribution Center) from L-vi's Cincinnati cente and has brought with her several years of experience from serving on the CIT for five years in Ohio. "Wc meet two times a month," she explained. "Once to determine how to earn money and once to jecide upon a project to support. "An>1hing to help the community in any way possible." she continued, "and a lot is time spent, not just money." Exanplcf Nancy told of helping with children who have had problems ... "Big brother and sister type of thing where we would spend time on our days off with these children ... just being with them, letting them know someone cares." Another example she cited concerned a children's home in Cincinnati. She said they were unable to use the upstairs rooms of the home because it had been deemed unsafe by the fire department so the team raised money foran overhead sprinltling system. "Caring about other people is what it's all about." Nancy emphasized. "We find a Rroject, then go in and start, working to earn the money for it." Further eianplM Employees in Amarilb, Texas, raised money by raffling off their manager. He spent his Sunday cleaning up a resident's backyard. Employees at El Paso. Texas, raised more than SI0.000 for a camp for disadvantaged children, then spent several weekends digging post holes and helping prepare the new camp site. In Ramer, Tennessee, the CIT planted four acres of soy beans and used the profits from the sale of the crop to help finance a new community park. In San Francisco^ the team spent a weekend painting and repairing a residence home for runaway youths. In Blue Ridge, Georgia, the team helped to fence a new playground and park for children. Employees at Valdosta, Georgia, made clown costumes and hosted the exceptional children from Westside School at a Halloween party. In Albuquerque, the' team raised funds to buy a new bus for the Police Athletic League, assisted disadvantaged children go to camp, donated 22 Thanksgiving turkeys and baskets to needy families, purchased a wheelchair for a handicapped individual, and organized a "shoe store" for disadvantaged children. Encourage involvenent "We have teams at 60 birthdays --Marion Timmerman on June 5 and Marvenna Schindler on June 6. FtratBaby Steve Rudish and wife, Gail, welcomed their first baby, a girl, on June 9. The baby was a couple of days overdue which had the expectant father, who is the order processing superintendent for Levi's. rather nervous but the wait wasn't too long and he survived, as hundreds before him have done! Oldeat newcomers Tena Reed, Barbara Hackney and Barbara Haskett, the first three local employees hired by Levi Strauss, work in inventory control. This is where all incoming-shipments from plants and factories are accounted for. These gals were hired before the new distribution center was completed and they received their Thorsdoy, Jwna 15, 1971 Mtndanon Home News, Hendersen, Novado Page 5 Thursday, June 1 $, 1971 UVI'S HENPf RSON COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT TEAM MEET WITH OFFICIALS • Two officials of Uvi Strauss from Son Fraruisco mot with the CIT from Hondofson's now Uvi's plant lost wook os thoir first fund roiling prejoct wos in tho planning. In tho front row, from loft are: Mary Ann Mosday, Leslie Olson, Kathi Fonshor and Phyllis Margolis. Knoeling art Lavina Ooddridgo, Jerri Rudd, Joan Mathowson and Lois Gurr. Standing art Kathy Peppord, Don Powers DC Manager, Irvco Bennett Co • chairman of CIT, Jody Quinn, Althoo Weyburn, Cindy Granger, Vic Omtlas • Notional Manager of Community Services from Son Froncisce, Fern Rainsborger, Gayle Wells, Ed Flick • ossistont personnel manager. Pot McMahan • Nat'l. Distribution Manager and Noncy Lewt, Co • chairman of CIT. ''Beat the Heat!'' (DEUGHTFUILY COOU Straaku Restaurant's Summer Specials 99' *I.S5 M.I5 •3.75 BREAKFAST MENU LUNCH SANDWICHES SMORGASBORD LUNCH 2 MEATS, 30 SAUDS. DESSERTS b CAKE SMORGASBORD SUPPER^ ONLY '3.75 4 MEATS, 30 SAIAOS, DESSERTS fr CAKE BRING THIS AD FOR 2 PEOPLE MONDAY THRU THURSDAY LUNCHEON BUFFET 3/J|.99 DINNER BUFFET--_. S/6.99 TRY OUR FROG l£GS, LOBSTER TAUS, T^NE, PORTERHOUSE STEAKS AND PRIME Ria BANQUET ROOM AVAIUBIE FOR 20 TO 150 WE 00 OUTSOE CATERING, ii365 8335 OR 564 3081 920 Boulder Hiway Henderson of our locations." explained Vic Omelas, the National Manager of Community Services for Levi's who was visiting in Henderson last weelt. "We feel responsibility goes beyond providing jobs and we encourage our employees to get involved with the community on their own time. In this way we also would hope others in the community would also become involved." Omelas explained that the employees groups volunteer their time to identify local community needs — "Little is done on company time" — and work with fellow'employees, other companies' employees as well as local private and public organizations to fill these needs. Foondatloa Fuada He went on to explain that the Levi Strauss Foundation from time to time will match funds raised by a CIT for an especially worthwhile project. The cuncnt level of their giving goal is 1.5 percent of Levi Strauss and Company's domestic pre-tax income which is donated to outside beneficiaries. Bbtbdayi Debbie Wellman, active area clerk, reported that two of her section's employees had celebrated /. training in the library of the local Boys' Club. The three are very proud to be the oldest newcomers and say that Judy Dunavcnt. their manager, and Dennis Caldwell, their supervisor, are great to work with. The Center is now shipping out approximately 70,000 pairs of Levi's a day and have an inventory of around 1.9 million, though this figure changes from day to day as shipments are received and dispursed. POOL HOURS ANNOUNCED The Recreation Dept. has announced that the BMI pool will be open to public swimming from 12 noon to 6 p m. on Mon., Wed.. Fri.. Sat. and Sundays; on Tuesday and Thursdays from 1:30 to 6 p.m. and in the evening on those two days from 7 to 9 p.m. for those 18 years of age and over. The Lorin Williams Indoor pool will be open Monday through Friday from 4 to 9 p.m. and on Saturday and Sunday from 12 noon to 8 p m. starting June 19. SCHOURSHIP WINNERS The Eldorado Club, Inc. presented two two year scholarships to Basic High School graduates for t^e first time this year. Charlotte Crowley, left, is shewn presenting the winners, Jeann Bell and Senja Molmedal, with their Khelarships fer Community College. Miss Bell is going to major in Special Educotien ond Mits Molmedal in IBM Computer. HENDERSON POLICE DEPARTMENT CRIME PREVENTION UNIT // ROBBERY PREVENTIVE TIPS // By Officer Robert Undiey Listed below are some of the measures that can be taken to prevent armed robbery, to protect employees and assist police in apprehending the robber or robbers, A. Work closely with law enforcement agencies, ask questions and seek our advice. Prevention of crime is as much r concern and responsibility as apprehension of criminals after a crime has been committed. B. Be suspicious of strangers lurking about. If a parked car containing several men has been noticed on several occasions, get the license number and a general desctijaiofl of the men and; notify the police. A discreet investigation will be made and no one will be embarrassed in case the situation is an innocent one. C. Vary office routine, set up a rotating schedule of employee arrivals, lunch periods and coffee breaks. Even though this may cause some slight inconveniences, employees will cooperate if they understand the reason. D. Leave safes unlocked during business hours. This could prevent an entplftjee being seriously harmed if he did not know the combination or was too nervous to remember it. Never try to thwart an armed robber — let him have the money. E. Install a "buddy airm" system. A simple bell or buzzer installed in the business next door is a most effective and inexpensive "robbery alarm". It should not be hooked to lights, for a flicker could warn the robber that an alarm has been sounded. It should not be loud enough to be heard by the robber. The alarm should only be sounded if there is no possibility of detection by the robber. He's very alert to alarm systems and a slight movement could panic him and start him shooting. F. Plant "bait money" in cash drawers and safe, make a list of the scries and serial numbers of a few bills in various denorninjtions. Place these ^th r^gOTar cash so ttic robber will be sure to get them. This money is invaluable to police since a suspect who is apprehended can be charged if he has identifiable money in his possession. The bills can also be traced even though the robber makes a getaway to other states. Always remember that law enforcement agencies consider any armed robber for what he is a dangerous criminal and will go to any lengths to apprehend him. G. Other prccautinns: Keep the office or business establishment well lighted and blinds and drapes open to view qf passerby; locate the safe in a conspicuous place. preferably near the front window. Do not block the police officer's view of safes or cash registers by window displays, banners or advertising streamers. Remember -make yourself unattractive for robbery to protect your property and enhan^re your personal safety; make it evident to the would be robber that robbing you would be a poor risk because of the precautions you have taken. Keep store window displays low so that all areas can be seen, and so the potential robber knows he's in the limelight, exactly where he doesn't want to be. Counters should be uncluttered and in plain view and arranged so customers face the street. Install an alarm button near counter areas and have your phone there also no on the wall. Maintain a welt lighted business area, both outside and inside. A carefully located mirror or window, by itself, can act as a strong psychological deterrent to a possible holdup man. Have a radio or TV playing ^in a rear room or office, and try not to work alone. Above all. help spread the word of how safe you arc. You should be protected' by alarms, but if you're not, have signs made that say you are protected. Surveillance cameras offer some good protection and help make you place of business look unwelcome to the robber. ON nS WAY TO OLD VEGAS This building from the old II loncho Vegas is •hewn being moved from ttnan to Old Vegos where h will be reatered and used for TV end • or movie aoH. There er thieo bulldinga in oil whkh hove been moved to the Old Voos prapofty. /, J HUKelloneous News Missiles • y: I. Jfuia lnnH It was Laurence Sterne who uld "To hav^ respect fer ourselves guides our morals; to have a deference for others governs our manners." JUNI Wf OMNO The magical day for Michael Wooten and Judith Brown was Wednesday, tune 14, 1878 when they were married in Los Angeles and Michael is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Chapman Wooten. The young couple will be honored at an open house in their honor on June 17, 1978 at the home of the groom's parents in Henderson. All happiness wished for J: v and Mike. Mildred "Millie" Potter, a long time resident of Henderson, has joined the staff of Morrell Realty, it was announced this week by owner of the business Evelyn Morrell. Mrs. Potter has been a local resident since 1941) and attended elementary, junior high and high school here in Henderson. She recently received her BS from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas with a major in nursing and business. For the past two years Fathers Day Breakfast The Henderson Embdially invited to attend. lem Club No 272 will serve a Fathers Day Breakfast Sunday, June 18th from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. The public is corTreat dear ole' Dad on his day! Donation is only $1.75 with all proceeds going to charities. PIXIE BAKERY & DELI Ice Cream Ice Cream Ice Crenm from conn to banana gpiilM. Be$t Ice Cream you tvtry lastfd! PIXIE BAKERY &DELI UW.PAQRC 564-2049 TMI TtAlU M OiOMiXICO The hum of well tuned motors, whirring wheels and the romance of Old Mexico has strange lure for many of Henderson's people. Especially when it is Dr. Marian Walker who is leading them. Some of those enjoying Mexico are Dr. Bob Taylor, Marsha and Darrel Anderson, Dr. Stan Jones and the Dr. Paul Marshalls. (And many more...) E.I.A. Nice to know that another great statejust like Nevada ... voted down the so called Equal Rights Amendment. The State of Illinois did it again couple of weeks ago. OUOUATI Received formal announcement this week that our son in • law. Bob Green graduated from the School of Physical Therapy, Medical School, University of Utah, in ceremonies held June 9th and 10th in Salt Lake Ci*y, Utah, He and daughter Tia with their two children, Aubree and Aaron, plan to make their home in Sacramento, California. HYING Orr TO KNNSYIVANIA Blond Susie Sullivan has just spent a June vacation in and around Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. That's Susies old home and she had an exciting time visiting family and friends TWf NTY-riVE YIAtS It mav be a little late but still news worthy and great ... Quim and Carol Engelstead recently celebrated their Silver Wedding Anniversary. 24th of May, I believe. Twenty five magic years for two very nice people. (Next big milestone is 50!!) Congratulations to them. Their children and friends honored them with a celebration. she has been working at Southern Nevada Memorial Hospital. The Real Estate business is not new to Mrs. Potter who received her first realtors license in 1960. She just completed a course at EDI to renew her license and has been associated with Morrell Realty since last Thursday. She has a son. Casey. 13, who will be a freshman this fall at Basic High and has already established an outstanding record as a golfer. TONIWMIXICO Vernell Walker just returned home after a hurried trip to Nex Mexico because of a death in her family. We wish to extend our sympathies. SUROIIY Amy Dickinson (who has been in Henderson as many years or more than we) was temporary visitor at Women's Hospital in Las Vegas for surgery on both feet. Amy is home now recovering. While visiting with Amy, learned that Lila Stoker has been in the Hospital in Las Vegas for some more surgery on her leg. Lila, too, is now recovering at home. SAN MIGO VISITORS Harold and Valene Scoble and daughter Lori traveled the super freeways of southern California to visit the Sprauling San Diego Zoo, Sea World and all the beauty of this old city, (my old home town). Oil WEU WISHIS Get well wishes are extended to Harry Hildebrand, a '64 Basic Grad, who has been in the hospital. SON VISITS Almeda and Max Deen were surprised by a visit from their son Richard who lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He was on his way to Southern California where he and family will soon be living. Almeda is the lady with the talented hands on the piano keys. She's taught piano for many years in Henderson. IN HOSPtTAl Ada Littlefield had to be rushed to the hospital for treatment and a short stay. Ada and husband Ellis have lived in the Valley View area for many years It was Ihier grandson, David Littlefield's birthday yesterday, June 14th. DOG HAS CHARACTIK?) You know we sort of set our minds in certain patterns ... just what we expect of certain things ... birds sing, cats purr and wander and dogs wag their tails und are in the back yard, etc. What a surprise our hound gave us wtien we heard a clatter and found him looking down at us from the roof of the house!! He'd climbed a ladder chasing a bird! (Well, he does like cat food.) UW Did you know ... A South Carolina state law forbids people to crawl around in the public sewers without written permit from the "proper authorities." And it is illegal to roller skate down a street in Quincy, Massachusetts, just as it is against the law to push baby carriages down a sidewalk two abreast in Rockville, Maryland!!! It was Lord Chesterfield whosaid, "Ifyou will please people, you must please them in THEIR own way."... TRinfTTS Althouch it didn't happen in Henderson have to share the news that on June l.st a cousin of mine, Jackie Shober in Salt Lake City had a set of tripletts, 2 boys and 1 girl. They almost weighed 5 lbs. a piece and are really doing well. It is a first in our family and of course, we are all exicted. SHORT VISIT Claud'and Luella Lewis had a short visit from their son who lives in St. Louis. He stopped to visit his parents after a business trip to California. 0M SAIT UKI CITY Gloria Gifford (nee Slack) has been here for a vacation in her old home town. She and children have been catching up on all the news from parents Frances and Edgar Slack, and sisters Kathy Danise and Wendy Frehner. It was good to see the lady with the beautiful red hair. WIIK END VISITOR Saw a familiar face with Ron and Elaine Langford the other day .. Kent Rhees who used to live here with wife. Kathryn (Langford) and family. Kent also visited with parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rhees of Boulder City. NEIRASKA VISITOIS Nebraska is known for quite a few great things (such as football teams) but especially its people. Former Henderson residents, Don and Carol Ful ler. are here from Grand Isle. Nebraska to visit with Carol's mom, Nellie Chidister. They brought Delorcs and LoQise (Fuller) Hudson who had Nellie'shealthy little great grandson with her. I'm sure he's a future football great. PRE-OWNED CLOTHING SOLD ON CONSIGNMENT (Dhaf > New!! Good Almost like-new clothingl f^ Onn. Tu$ Wed., Thon. Sat. 10 to S Fn. n to 5 1729 8euldrHwy., Hdn 565^72 i zJ VISITING not* CAUraiNIA pretty brown eyed Shelby Mann visited with her grandparents, Ted and Wanda Mann Shelby lives in California. Her dad is Eddie Mann, a former resident of Henderson and a Basic Grad who is with the US Navy in San Diego, California. HOsmauziD Long time resident of Henderson, Edie Cartright has been hospitalized at Rose de Lima for awhile. Her husband is the congenial driver of the bus for the Senior Citizen program, H.W. Cartwright Edie's many, many friends wish her a speedy recovery. CURD'S ARROWS That legendary Cupid has been pretty busy, it seems. Engagements were announced two at a time in the Verl Sanders household, by brother and sister, Danny Sanders and Elaine Sanders Danny has become engaged to Kathy Probst of Lai Vegas (originally, Sacramento) and Elaine said yes to Ull, dark Jeff Wolfe. Late summer wedd ings are planned ANCTHIR INOAOIMINT Rolland Phillips, son of Harried Phillips announced his engagement by bringing Janice Atwood home to meet the family. Janice ii tnm Meab, Utah. Again, congratulations. Martha and Sigurd Titmus of Boulder City (Martha is nurse in Dr. Harold Miller's ofnce in Henderson) were happy and excited to have their son, John Titmui home after he spent two years in that fabled land of Spain. Ashley HENS SPORT SHIRTS Short Sleeve Sport Shtrtt ^TKoiReep Th>r FrtthOood ^ Wojh WithNvr A Touch O* An Iron ( Chooi* From Solid Poft*! / Shod*! Ch*ck* Plaids / And Stripft In Colors ToCoo'dinottWith You' Summer PonH S <

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Mindfon Homo Nowt, Hondorson, Ntvodo u:i IS M:ns r-\X JEANSWEAR DIVISION HENDERSON, NEVADA "A Tradition of Cuing" Levi Strauss, the creator of Lcvi's, never married and very little is known about his life, but he did cam a reputation as a generous philanthropist and successful businessman. He was concerned about the welfare of his employees and was a generous contributor to the community. In 1897, he provided funds for 28 scholarships a' the University of California at Berlteley that are still helping students and during his career he supported the private education of many young men and women. Conliaue tradition Following in the footsteps of their founder, Levi Strauss locations all over the country have formed Community.Involvement Teams. Nancy Lowe and Bruce Bennett arc co-chairmen of the newly formed Henderson Levi Strauss Distribution Center team and they held their first money raising project last Monday — a lunch consisting of two hot dogs, cole slaw, beans and calie. The hot dogs were barbequed outdoors on the patio at the center and employees could buy a homemade lunch for just $1.25. The Henderson Albertson's store and Utah Meats contributed cabbage, hot dogs and other items for the event. Nancy Lowe came to the DC (Distribution Center) from L-vi's Cincinnati cente and has brought with her several years of experience from serving on the CIT for five years in Ohio. "Wc meet two times a month," she explained. "Once to determine how to earn money and once to jecide upon a project to support. "An>1hing to help the community in any way possible." she continued, "and a lot is time spent, not just money." Exanplcf Nancy told of helping with children who have had problems ... "Big brother and sister type of thing where we would spend time on our days off with these children ... just being with them, letting them know someone cares." Another example she cited concerned a children's home in Cincinnati. She said they were unable to use the upstairs rooms of the home because it had been deemed unsafe by the fire department so the team raised money foran overhead sprinltling system. "Caring about other people is what it's all about." Nancy emphasized. "We find a Rroject, then go in and start, working to earn the money for it." Further eianplM Employees in Amarilb, Texas, raised money by raffling off their manager. He spent his Sunday cleaning up a resident's backyard. Employees at El Paso. Texas, raised more than SI0.000 for a camp for disadvantaged children, then spent several weekends digging post holes and helping prepare the new camp site. In Ramer, Tennessee, the CIT planted four acres of soy beans and used the profits from the sale of the crop to help finance a new community park. In San Francisco^ the team spent a weekend painting and repairing a residence home for runaway youths. In Blue Ridge, Georgia, the team helped to fence a new playground and park for children. Employees at Valdosta, Georgia, made clown costumes and hosted the exceptional children from Westside School at a Halloween party. In Albuquerque, the' team raised funds to buy a new bus for the Police Athletic League, assisted disadvantaged children go to camp, donated 22 Thanksgiving turkeys and baskets to needy families, purchased a wheelchair for a handicapped individual, and organized a "shoe store" for disadvantaged children. Encourage involvenent "We have teams at 60 birthdays --Marion Timmerman on June 5 and Marvenna Schindler on June 6. FtratBaby Steve Rudish and wife, Gail, welcomed their first baby, a girl, on June 9. The baby was a couple of days overdue which had the expectant father, who is the order processing superintendent for Levi's. rather nervous but the wait wasn't too long and he survived, as hundreds before him have done! Oldeat newcomers Tena Reed, Barbara Hackney and Barbara Haskett, the first three local employees hired by Levi Strauss, work in inventory control. This is where all incoming-shipments from plants and factories are accounted for. These gals were hired before the new distribution center was completed and they received their Thorsdoy, Jwna 15, 1971 Mtndanon Home News, Hendersen, Novado Page 5 Thursday, June 1 $, 1971 UVI'S HENPf RSON COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT TEAM MEET WITH OFFICIALS • Two officials of Uvi Strauss from Son Fraruisco mot with the CIT from Hondofson's now Uvi's plant lost wook os thoir first fund roiling prejoct wos in tho planning. In tho front row, from loft are: Mary Ann Mosday, Leslie Olson, Kathi Fonshor and Phyllis Margolis. Knoeling art Lavina Ooddridgo, Jerri Rudd, Joan Mathowson and Lois Gurr. Standing art Kathy Peppord, Don Powers DC Manager, Irvco Bennett Co • chairman of CIT, Jody Quinn, Althoo Weyburn, Cindy Granger, Vic Omtlas • Notional Manager of Community Services from Son Froncisce, Fern Rainsborger, Gayle Wells, Ed Flick • ossistont personnel manager. Pot McMahan • Nat'l. Distribution Manager and Noncy Lewt, Co • chairman of CIT. ''Beat the Heat!'' (DEUGHTFUILY COOU Straaku Restaurant's Summer Specials 99' *I.S5 M.I5 •3.75 BREAKFAST MENU LUNCH SANDWICHES SMORGASBORD LUNCH 2 MEATS, 30 SAUDS. DESSERTS b CAKE SMORGASBORD SUPPER^ ONLY '3.75 4 MEATS, 30 SAIAOS, DESSERTS fr CAKE BRING THIS AD FOR 2 PEOPLE MONDAY THRU THURSDAY LUNCHEON BUFFET 3/J|.99 DINNER BUFFET--_. S/6.99 TRY OUR FROG l£GS, LOBSTER TAUS, T^NE, PORTERHOUSE STEAKS AND PRIME Ria BANQUET ROOM AVAIUBIE FOR 20 TO 150 WE 00 OUTSOE CATERING, ii365 8335 OR 564 3081 920 Boulder Hiway Henderson of our locations." explained Vic Omelas, the National Manager of Community Services for Levi's who was visiting in Henderson last weelt. "We feel responsibility goes beyond providing jobs and we encourage our employees to get involved with the community on their own time. In this way we also would hope others in the community would also become involved." Omelas explained that the employees groups volunteer their time to identify local community needs — "Little is done on company time" — and work with fellow'employees, other companies' employees as well as local private and public organizations to fill these needs. Foondatloa Fuada He went on to explain that the Levi Strauss Foundation from time to time will match funds raised by a CIT for an especially worthwhile project. The cuncnt level of their giving goal is 1.5 percent of Levi Strauss and Company's domestic pre-tax income which is donated to outside beneficiaries. Bbtbdayi Debbie Wellman, active area clerk, reported that two of her section's employees had celebrated /. training in the library of the local Boys' Club. The three are very proud to be the oldest newcomers and say that Judy Dunavcnt. their manager, and Dennis Caldwell, their supervisor, are great to work with. The Center is now shipping out approximately 70,000 pairs of Levi's a day and have an inventory of around 1.9 million, though this figure changes from day to day as shipments are received and dispursed. POOL HOURS ANNOUNCED The Recreation Dept. has announced that the BMI pool will be open to public swimming from 12 noon to 6 p m. on Mon., Wed.. Fri.. Sat. and Sundays; on Tuesday and Thursdays from 1:30 to 6 p.m. and in the evening on those two days from 7 to 9 p.m. for those 18 years of age and over. The Lorin Williams Indoor pool will be open Monday through Friday from 4 to 9 p.m. and on Saturday and Sunday from 12 noon to 8 p m. starting June 19. SCHOURSHIP WINNERS The Eldorado Club, Inc. presented two two year scholarships to Basic High School graduates for t^e first time this year. Charlotte Crowley, left, is shewn presenting the winners, Jeann Bell and Senja Molmedal, with their Khelarships fer Community College. Miss Bell is going to major in Special Educotien ond Mits Molmedal in IBM Computer. HENDERSON POLICE DEPARTMENT CRIME PREVENTION UNIT // ROBBERY PREVENTIVE TIPS // By Officer Robert Undiey Listed below are some of the measures that can be taken to prevent armed robbery, to protect employees and assist police in apprehending the robber or robbers, A. Work closely with law enforcement agencies, ask questions and seek our advice. Prevention of crime is as much r concern and responsibility as apprehension of criminals after a crime has been committed. B. Be suspicious of strangers lurking about. If a parked car containing several men has been noticed on several occasions, get the license number and a general desctijaiofl of the men and; notify the police. A discreet investigation will be made and no one will be embarrassed in case the situation is an innocent one. C. Vary office routine, set up a rotating schedule of employee arrivals, lunch periods and coffee breaks. Even though this may cause some slight inconveniences, employees will cooperate if they understand the reason. D. Leave safes unlocked during business hours. This could prevent an entplftjee being seriously harmed if he did not know the combination or was too nervous to remember it. Never try to thwart an armed robber — let him have the money. E. Install a "buddy airm" system. A simple bell or buzzer installed in the business next door is a most effective and inexpensive "robbery alarm". It should not be hooked to lights, for a flicker could warn the robber that an alarm has been sounded. It should not be loud enough to be heard by the robber. The alarm should only be sounded if there is no possibility of detection by the robber. He's very alert to alarm systems and a slight movement could panic him and start him shooting. F. Plant "bait money" in cash drawers and safe, make a list of the scries and serial numbers of a few bills in various denorninjtions. Place these ^th r^gOTar cash so ttic robber will be sure to get them. This money is invaluable to police since a suspect who is apprehended can be charged if he has identifiable money in his possession. The bills can also be traced even though the robber makes a getaway to other states. Always remember that law enforcement agencies consider any armed robber for what he is a dangerous criminal and will go to any lengths to apprehend him. G. Other prccautinns: Keep the office or business establishment well lighted and blinds and drapes open to view qf passerby; locate the safe in a conspicuous place. preferably near the front window. Do not block the police officer's view of safes or cash registers by window displays, banners or advertising streamers. Remember -make yourself unattractive for robbery to protect your property and enhan^re your personal safety; make it evident to the would be robber that robbing you would be a poor risk because of the precautions you have taken. Keep store window displays low so that all areas can be seen, and so the potential robber knows he's in the limelight, exactly where he doesn't want to be. Counters should be uncluttered and in plain view and arranged so customers face the street. Install an alarm button near counter areas and have your phone there also no on the wall. Maintain a welt lighted business area, both outside and inside. A carefully located mirror or window, by itself, can act as a strong psychological deterrent to a possible holdup man. Have a radio or TV playing ^in a rear room or office, and try not to work alone. Above all. help spread the word of how safe you arc. You should be protected' by alarms, but if you're not, have signs made that say you are protected. Surveillance cameras offer some good protection and help make you place of business look unwelcome to the robber. ON nS WAY TO OLD VEGAS This building from the old II loncho Vegas is •hewn being moved from ttnan to Old Vegos where h will be reatered and used for TV end • or movie aoH. There er thieo bulldinga in oil whkh hove been moved to the Old Voos prapofty. /, J HUKelloneous News Missiles • y: I. Jfuia lnnH It was Laurence Sterne who uld "To hav^ respect fer ourselves guides our morals; to have a deference for others governs our manners." JUNI Wf OMNO The magical day for Michael Wooten and Judith Brown was Wednesday, tune 14, 1878 when they were married in Los Angeles and Michael is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Chapman Wooten. The young couple will be honored at an open house in their honor on June 17, 1978 at the home of the groom's parents in Henderson. All happiness wished for J: v and Mike. Mildred "Millie" Potter, a long time resident of Henderson, has joined the staff of Morrell Realty, it was announced this week by owner of the business Evelyn Morrell. Mrs. Potter has been a local resident since 1941) and attended elementary, junior high and high school here in Henderson. She recently received her BS from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas with a major in nursing and business. For the past two years Fathers Day Breakfast The Henderson Embdially invited to attend. lem Club No 272 will serve a Fathers Day Breakfast Sunday, June 18th from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. The public is corTreat dear ole' Dad on his day! Donation is only $1.75 with all proceeds going to charities. PIXIE BAKERY & DELI Ice Cream Ice Cream Ice Crenm from conn to banana gpiilM. Be$t Ice Cream you tvtry lastfd! PIXIE BAKERY &DELI UW.PAQRC 564-2049 TMI TtAlU M OiOMiXICO The hum of well tuned motors, whirring wheels and the romance of Old Mexico has strange lure for many of Henderson's people. Especially when it is Dr. Marian Walker who is leading them. Some of those enjoying Mexico are Dr. Bob Taylor, Marsha and Darrel Anderson, Dr. Stan Jones and the Dr. Paul Marshalls. (And many more...) E.I.A. Nice to know that another great statejust like Nevada ... voted down the so called Equal Rights Amendment. The State of Illinois did it again couple of weeks ago. OUOUATI Received formal announcement this week that our son in • law. Bob Green graduated from the School of Physical Therapy, Medical School, University of Utah, in ceremonies held June 9th and 10th in Salt Lake Ci*y, Utah, He and daughter Tia with their two children, Aubree and Aaron, plan to make their home in Sacramento, California. HYING Orr TO KNNSYIVANIA Blond Susie Sullivan has just spent a June vacation in and around Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. That's Susies old home and she had an exciting time visiting family and friends TWf NTY-riVE YIAtS It mav be a little late but still news worthy and great ... Quim and Carol Engelstead recently celebrated their Silver Wedding Anniversary. 24th of May, I believe. Twenty five magic years for two very nice people. (Next big milestone is 50!!) Congratulations to them. Their children and friends honored them with a celebration. she has been working at Southern Nevada Memorial Hospital. The Real Estate business is not new to Mrs. Potter who received her first realtors license in 1960. She just completed a course at EDI to renew her license and has been associated with Morrell Realty since last Thursday. She has a son. Casey. 13, who will be a freshman this fall at Basic High and has already established an outstanding record as a golfer. TONIWMIXICO Vernell Walker just returned home after a hurried trip to Nex Mexico because of a death in her family. We wish to extend our sympathies. SUROIIY Amy Dickinson (who has been in Henderson as many years or more than we) was temporary visitor at Women's Hospital in Las Vegas for surgery on both feet. Amy is home now recovering. While visiting with Amy, learned that Lila Stoker has been in the Hospital in Las Vegas for some more surgery on her leg. Lila, too, is now recovering at home. SAN MIGO VISITORS Harold and Valene Scoble and daughter Lori traveled the super freeways of southern California to visit the Sprauling San Diego Zoo, Sea World and all the beauty of this old city, (my old home town). Oil WEU WISHIS Get well wishes are extended to Harry Hildebrand, a '64 Basic Grad, who has been in the hospital. SON VISITS Almeda and Max Deen were surprised by a visit from their son Richard who lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He was on his way to Southern California where he and family will soon be living. Almeda is the lady with the talented hands on the piano keys. She's taught piano for many years in Henderson. IN HOSPtTAl Ada Littlefield had to be rushed to the hospital for treatment and a short stay. Ada and husband Ellis have lived in the Valley View area for many years It was Ihier grandson, David Littlefield's birthday yesterday, June 14th. DOG HAS CHARACTIK?) You know we sort of set our minds in certain patterns ... just what we expect of certain things ... birds sing, cats purr and wander and dogs wag their tails und are in the back yard, etc. What a surprise our hound gave us wtien we heard a clatter and found him looking down at us from the roof of the house!! He'd climbed a ladder chasing a bird! (Well, he does like cat food.) UW Did you know ... A South Carolina state law forbids people to crawl around in the public sewers without written permit from the "proper authorities." And it is illegal to roller skate down a street in Quincy, Massachusetts, just as it is against the law to push baby carriages down a sidewalk two abreast in Rockville, Maryland!!! It was Lord Chesterfield whosaid, "Ifyou will please people, you must please them in THEIR own way."... TRinfTTS Althouch it didn't happen in Henderson have to share the news that on June l.st a cousin of mine, Jackie Shober in Salt Lake City had a set of tripletts, 2 boys and 1 girl. They almost weighed 5 lbs. a piece and are really doing well. It is a first in our family and of course, we are all exicted. SHORT VISIT Claud'and Luella Lewis had a short visit from their son who lives in St. Louis. He stopped to visit his parents after a business trip to California. 0M SAIT UKI CITY Gloria Gifford (nee Slack) has been here for a vacation in her old home town. She and children have been catching up on all the news from parents Frances and Edgar Slack, and sisters Kathy Danise and Wendy Frehner. It was good to see the lady with the beautiful red hair. WIIK END VISITOR Saw a familiar face with Ron and Elaine Langford the other day .. Kent Rhees who used to live here with wife. Kathryn (Langford) and family. Kent also visited with parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rhees of Boulder City. NEIRASKA VISITOIS Nebraska is known for quite a few great things (such as football teams) but especially its people. Former Henderson residents, Don and Carol Ful ler. are here from Grand Isle. Nebraska to visit with Carol's mom, Nellie Chidister. They brought Delorcs and LoQise (Fuller) Hudson who had Nellie'shealthy little great grandson with her. I'm sure he's a future football great. PRE-OWNED CLOTHING SOLD ON CONSIGNMENT (Dhaf > New!! Good Almost like-new clothingl f^ Onn. Tu$ Wed., Thon. Sat. 10 to S Fn. n to 5 1729 8euldrHwy., Hdn 565^72 i zJ VISITING not* CAUraiNIA pretty brown eyed Shelby Mann visited with her grandparents, Ted and Wanda Mann Shelby lives in California. Her dad is Eddie Mann, a former resident of Henderson and a Basic Grad who is with the US Navy in San Diego, California. HOsmauziD Long time resident of Henderson, Edie Cartright has been hospitalized at Rose de Lima for awhile. Her husband is the congenial driver of the bus for the Senior Citizen program, H.W. Cartwright Edie's many, many friends wish her a speedy recovery. CURD'S ARROWS That legendary Cupid has been pretty busy, it seems. Engagements were announced two at a time in the Verl Sanders household, by brother and sister, Danny Sanders and Elaine Sanders Danny has become engaged to Kathy Probst of Lai Vegas (originally, Sacramento) and Elaine said yes to Ull, dark Jeff Wolfe. Late summer wedd ings are planned ANCTHIR INOAOIMINT Rolland Phillips, son of Harried Phillips announced his engagement by bringing Janice Atwood home to meet the family. Janice ii tnm Meab, Utah. Again, congratulations. Martha and Sigurd Titmus of Boulder City (Martha is nurse in Dr. Harold Miller's ofnce in Henderson) were happy and excited to have their son, John Titmui home after he spent two years in that fabled land of Spain. Ashley HENS SPORT SHIRTS Short Sleeve Sport Shtrtt ^TKoiReep Th>r FrtthOood ^ Wojh WithNvr A Touch O* An Iron ( Chooi* From Solid Poft*! / Shod*! Ch*ck* Plaids / And Stripft In Colors ToCoo'dinottWith You' Summer PonH S <

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Hdtron Horn* Ntws, HciNknen, Ntvodo SOCIETY AHD CLUBS ^ AUCIA ROYLANCE Lutheran Church News Worship services at Our Savior's Lutheran Church begin at 10;45 a.m. The church is located at 59 Lynn Lane, next to the Recreation Center. Our pastor is the Rev. Ronald Mayer. Please accept our invitation to worship with us next Sunday. Sunday School for the children has been discontinued til September but the Adult Class will go on with their weekly studies They meet at 9:30 a.m. The Sacrament of Holy Communion will be celebrated during the Sunday Service. The 9 a.m. Tuesday morning Bible Study class and the 7 p.m. Wednesday class will begin their study on the Book of Revelation. Join either group for an interesting and informative discusssion. On Saturday, June 17th there will be a concert j;iven by "Daniel Amos" a Christian group. The time is 8 p.m. at the Gazebo in the Government park in Boulder City. The Southern Californai District Youth Gathering will take place July 28;-30, 78 at Point Loma in San Diego. "Exodus Into The World" is this years Theme and the cost is $40. A discount of $5 for getting your registration in before July Ist will be given. Keep saving the old newspapers and aluminum cans — take them to the Irwin home at 438 Scenic Dr. Bible School will be held at Our Savior's the week of July 17 21. from 9 to 11:30 a.m. BIRTHS June 6. A Boy to Mr. and Nfrs. David Balaum, Las Vegas. June 7, A girl to Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Clove, of Henderson. And A Girl To Mr. and Mrs. James R. Leopard, of Henderson. Jane 8, A girl to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Martinez, of Henderson. June 11, a Boy to Mr. and Mrs. Marion E. Young, of Las Vegas. Also A boy to Mr. and Mrs. George T. Miller, of Las Vegas. Alicia Roylance To Marry Marion Angell in August New Daughter Cloves Welcome Mr. and Mrs. Keith Roylance. 109 Ash Street, announce the engagement of their daughter, Alicia, to Marion Angell, son of Mr. Dennis Angell and Mrs. Lou Ann Angell, of Henderson. The wedding has been set Aug. I in the Manti, Utah LDS temple. The prospective bride is a 1975 graduate of Basic high school and attended Brigham Young University and one year at Trident Technical College in Charleston, South Carolina. She was a Desertaire for four years in high school and in the national honor society for three years. She is presently swing manager for McDonalds. Her fiance is a 1972 graduate of Basic high school and serve.d in the U.S. Navy trom May 1973 yo 1977, attaining the rank of Yeoman Petty Officer second class. He plans to attend Southern Utah State College in September. He is presently employed at Henderson Builder's Supply. Henderson Joycees Hold Annual Awards Banquet Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Clove. 143 Constitution, were the parents of a baby girl born June 7 at St. Rose de Lima Hospital. The baby, named Heather Marie, weighed nine pounds. She was welcomed at home by two year • old Sheree *and five year • old Lonliy. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Don Bowler, and the paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Alvy Clove, all of Henderson. Mrs. Alvy Clove is circulation manager for the Henderson Home News. The Henderson Jaycees held their annual awards banquet Saturday at the Jaycee clubhouse on Van Wegenen Avenue. The newly elected 197879 Board of directors for the local chapter was installed by new Jaycee State President; • Bill Weedman. State Director; Terry Kizzia, 1st • Vice President; Butch Cooper, 2nd Vice President; Huburt Morris, Treasurer; Frank Jaramillo, Secretary. The Immediate PastPresident and Chairman of the Board is Gary English. A delicious prime rib dinner was enjoyed by the members and guests. The meat was prepared by Nick Lathuris of Nick's. Awards for 1977-78 were presented to the following members: Jaycee of the Year-Paul Robinson; Director of the Year-Dave Lee; Speaker of the YearDave Kopp. A special award was presented to Jim Bergman for his tin)e and effort in making the Jaycee club house a reality. The Jaycees are actively seeking all young men between the ages of 21 and 35 who are interested in improving their community and themselves. If you fit that description, contact any member or call 565-7762 or 564-2075. Meetings are held the first and third Wednesdays of each month at the club house on Van Wagenen Ave.. next to the City yard. NEW PRESIDENT-Paui Robinson, right, is sbown receiving the president*! gavel for the Jaycees from outgoing President, Gaiy English. Bridal Social AWM State President Visits Henderson Chapter If you don*t smoke, Fanners can insure your home or apartment for less... Fof years F .imriCTs hd>. btoi helping non sm'>ken. sdve montv on kie and auto insurance vnth speriai policies that give better nsks a bttlei deal Now non Mnokers can save on complete Homeowners packages or on fire cover .* ages alone .ivailable wtiether ^ou own a house or con •dominium or rent If no one in your home has smoked :'. w\ luo years, you may qualifv Find out from a fast, fair and fnendly Famoers agent OUT policy !• Mvlng you nHMtcy. Fomwr't Insuronc* 30 Wottf SI. Hvndorton 565-6581 Monday. June 5th, was a gala night for the Henderson Chapter of the American War Mothers when they hosted the State President, Victoria Herrmann. This was her official visit. She was presented with a gift, ten dollars and a rose corsage by Frances Kisan, Chapter president. Room 7 at the Civic Center was filled with gaity as the group partook of the delicious pot luck served by the members of the host chapter. All four chapters of the state was represented. Eight members of the newly organized Rose Garden Chapter #4 were present. This chapter was instituted about a month ago by the state president and has fourteen members. Those present at the ^m eeting were Madge Nanta, President; Bessie Fallo, Theresa Arnoldo, .Bernadette Guerovida, Grace Mattox, Edith Schmidt, Vera Bemeni and Juanita Smith. North Las Vegas Chapter #3 has five members present: Velora Fancher, Evelyn Hartwell, Dorothy Wheeler. Riida Dattge and the state president. Victoria Herrmann. Silver State Chapter #1 was represented by Effie Ouimet. Fourteen mothers of Henderson Chapter H2 made our guests welcome. They were Frances Kisan. Rhea Johnson, Evelyn Mazrimas, Pearl Strum. Mabel Newion, Lorraynj Danielson, Olive Melton, Rita Haas, Theda Bowler, Julia Minis, Doris Pritchard. Seza Heffelfinger, Smiles Cunningham and our new member Irene Leavitt. Visitors for the occasion were Juanita Scruggs, Norma Perkins, Vivian Shea and Alice Dickenson. The dinner was followed by the regular meeting. MOTHERS. PLEASE NOTE: There will be NO meeting in July. Next regular meeting will be the first Monday in August, the 7th. Everyone have a nice vacation! Ladies, what are you doing June 16th from 7-9 p.m.? The Henderson Parks and Recreation Department along with 15 Henderson Merchants invite you to attend a special Bridal Social just for you. Weather permitting, the Social will be conducted on the Civic Center patio. If inclimate weather prevails we'll look for you inside. So come view our displays, enjoy our wedding refreshments, and maybe have your picture taken. Then watch our fashion show. This special Social is open to the public so bring a friend and enjoy. R.S.V.P. to Betsy at 565-8921 Ext. 35. DAD WAS THERE Oh, the joy my dad did know. When 1 came into the world; He was young, his pride did show And his emotions he unfurled. When 1 was sad he shared with me. And, Oh, how his love did heal. His strong arms; His trust, set me free; Yes, every heartache he did feel. As I grew older dad was there, To guide my life; and encourage too; And so what I am he did share; Yes, dad made it all come true. —Loa Sortbella The first tranwtlantic airfiiM Mfvic* WM th 18-hour42minutt flight of tf "YankM Qipptr." from Newfoundland, Canada to Southhampton, England on JUM27 28.1939. NEWS WINS THANKS' ~ Bosic Hih school's Uno Wolf nowspoptr iHrff prosontod Horn* Nows Monofing Editor Umo KottOfMfl with a ploqwo for holp rocoivtd from tfto nowsfopor during tho po*t yoor. KoitH Marthor. oditor, is at loft, Mrt. Kostonon, rocoMng tho pb^uo fiwn Mndpol Prank Irvio, and at right it Corol Stoploton. odvitor to tho Una Wolf. (losk High Photo) pgg0 ( Thwnday, June IS, 1971 Action People' BRIAN SULUVAN Peruses one of his briefs as helscapturedbythe"Action People" camera! Brian recently obtained his Law Degree from the California Western School of Law in San Diego. He is one of the few Action People that was born and raised in Henderson, Nevada having att^ded McCaw Elementary School and Basic Hi^ School when they had different names. He is the son of Henderson residents, Leon and Verlene Sullivan, with two sisters and one brother. His sister, Leslie, is Mrs. Steve Llough (husband in Federal Drug Enforcement); brother Jeffrey • (earning Commercial Pilot's License) and his sister, Leslie, (Married to Las Vegas Attorney W. Randall Mainor) for whom Brian has just taken the Position of Law Clerk. "Aflerhigh school graduation I attended Brighan Young Uinversity in Provo, Utah," Brian said, "and the schoool benetited me in two ways namel^r.^ earning my Bachelor if Arts Degree and meeting and marrying Gail Hebert from Boston, Ma> sachusetts." The Sullivan's four children are: Gayiene • Age 8, Sean • Age 5, Tara Age 7, Jod Brandon Age 6 months. Upon comoletion of the Provo Univeristy, Brian taught Spanish at Boise High School (Idaho)for two years. Mr. Sullivan speaks, interprets and reads fluent Spanish but teaching did not entirely satisfy the young man although he enjoyed it. He returned to Henderson and served as a Patrolman for the Metropolitan Police Department for two years. It was during this period of Brian's life that he became law oriented.With the encouragement of his brother in law. Randy Mainor, Brian settled on law as his flnal decision for careers. Randy had previously served with the FBI (Agent) and as Deputy District Attorney in Las Vegas. Mainor and his partner. Bill Skupa, also are Hendersonites who gained recognition in sports and football while attending Basic High. Brian Sullivan recently returned froma criminal law case in Goldfield. He currently works in Legal Research, Law Memos, Briegs, Client Interviews. Investigation aids • and is studying for the Nevada Bar Exams this summer. He will eventually join the general practice of Skupa and Mainor as Associate Attorney of Law. His intentions are to specialize in Criminal Law including General Practice of Trial Law Personal Injury, Law Suits, Divorce, Real Estate, and all forms of cases. His affluent use of the Spanish Language will aid him in dealing with Spanish apealung clients. He is certifled under a special program to interpret Spanish in Court in Las Vegas. He also served as Explorer Post Advisor for the Boy Scouts. Brian Sullivan can be described as sinc6i, affable, fine looking and clearcut. He and his family will ultimately settle in Henderson or somewhere in the surrounding Valley area. Hobbies include outdoor sports • fishine and hunting camping, photography, and boati;ig. Gail is sltilled at the arts and crafts excelling in oil paints, with macrame and sewing as "runners up!" Brian's outloolt on life is stimualted by Dale Carnegie's Booli. "How To Win Friends and Influence feopie" • Mr. Sullivan points out • "Friendship is a very precious thing needing warmth and constant nourishment!" WE PIERCEt NO APPOINTMENT/ NECESSARY J&K. PHARMAiYl HtndtrMK Horn* Ntws, H.nd.r,n, Novod'o Pog7 Thursday, Junt IS. 1971 XS • at .a '* • • • -' JK^ ^fc .ag JK gfc I Ji Around The Town as: Mn. Icf !• iitt week. Saturday. June 10, Gertrude Brink woi named "Mrs. Eagle" by btf fellow workers. Gertrude was truly surprised and thrilled as she didn't know that she wii a nmtnee. Congratulations cqJRCS from friends and f*ttly> we are all proud of ^ 47Yr Belen and Clyde Stewart are celebrating their 47th wedding anniversary this month. Helen tells me that they have five children and now have 26 grandchildren, and 14 great grandchildren. Puts me to mind about an old saying "from little acorns" etc. Attend HURCH Hu Friends report to me that Emma Jessop has been down with a bad case of the flu for about a week, Speedy recovery wishes come your way from friends at the St. Peters Center. St. tM* 4% Umm Mrs. Cartwright spent some time recuperating last week at the St. Rose de Lima Hospital. Her husband, Harry, states that she, is on the road to recovery and will be home soon. Slt Uk City Irene and Richard, with guQst Helen Jackson, made a trip out to visit with her family in Salt Lake. Returning back with them will be two granddaughters, Bev, age 15, and Danna Holt, age 14. Irene said that they will be spending part of this summer with them in Henderson. Friends report that Arlicc Hedges will be taking a trip to Utah this week to visit with her sister. Don't stay away too long Arlice, friends at Espinoza Terrace miss you. DoubU lirthdayJJRT My ca1endar^sjyy$3hat Charles Leavitt and Grant [.eavitt will be celebrating i; birthday on June 22. Happiness greetings to both. BY JEAN ECiaEY Ittumcd Edna Deardoff, coordinator of St. Peter's Senior Center, has just returned from a visit with son and family. Heard tell that she just returned in time to help make the final arrangements for the senior fun day ... big day will be Saturday, June 17. TaMkhlffn Itwas reported to me that Pete and Danna Peters with their two children will be making a trip to Michigan. Time will be in late June. Wishes for a good trip from friends at Stauffer Chemical. At 0\nn Hll About twice a wetk the residents of the Glenn Halla nursing home enjoy music and singing by the well known Gwen and Leo Dunbars. After lunch Gwen and Leo conduct a recreation program of music in the lounge. On Wednesday a free arts and craft class will be held at room 29 of the civic (Renter. Lessons start at 1:30 and are open to'all seniors. Mable Heenen said come out and enjoy an afternoon of fun. Winners of the Espinoza Terrace bingo, held after a delicious pot luck lunch, are as follows... Lola King, won twice; Elvira Medina won twice; Salley DeVoge, Rose Ellison won twice. Hazel Manley. Coverall Winners were Arlice Hedges. Dorothy Winninghoffand Salley de Voge. 0ing Wtndtf of June 1, your account will he carninK a full 8".. highest interest r.itc allowed by law. If you (l(n't have an IRA at FNB, all it takes to get started earning the maximum is a minimum dcrt^"*'! "^ S5C So come in tod.tv. If vou re fKit covered by a retirement plan whore vt>u work, vou'rc probably qualified for an IRA To cct all the facts, indudme a special brochure on IRA. phone or stop bv anv FNB office. Remember, retirement s,ivings arc federally insured to S40.CV0 at FNB. V*^ 0 c ^tfl K n<|>iirt Jl< 11 ir \ i'h,lfji rf< tiJcJti i Ml t lillMhAJ T)MllkJit4 >tcu n, s E \msT \ NATIONAL r BANK Firat with mott fof your i td i tmcitf. gerson, Michael Wooten. Finnis Trap. David Trap, LeRoy Chase. Melissa DeCow. Eddie Potter, June Adams, Karen Lovall. 22 • David Bardin, Jeff Davis, April Lynn Leavitt, Jeanette McCall. C.F. McCallum, Christa Johnson, Jason Judd, Mike Bradshaw, Laura Haynes, Kern Frehner, Lois Kelley, Tara Wolsey, Carrie Leavitt, Grant Leavitt. 23 • Thelma Sharee Clove, David Rich Walker Jr., Denee Michelal Evans, Elaine Welbourne, Jeri Bledsoe, Barbara Erickson, Brenda Bauer, Megda Porter. Wedding Annivtrtory WithM To Following Maniod In Juno June 17 • Ray and Kelma Thomspon, Gary and Sue Murphy, Keith and Gay Pendleton. 18 Heber and Beverly Littlefield, Ned and Luana Shamo, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kinsey, Claude and Karen Mein, Larry and Pat Chandler. 19 • Leslie and Nancy Cluff, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Whoton, Glade and Wendy Freshner, Grant and Gladys Turnwe, Mr. and Mrs. Thayna Rolston. 20 Stanley and Nellie Rae Jones, David and Rosemary Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Cassedy, Finnis and Smile Tharp. 21 • Marvin and Delia Patchett, Mr, and Mrs James Moss. Reginald and Diana Davis, Lionel and Thora Davis, Jan and Jan Bennett. 22 Jack and Joyce Walker, Ralph and Kathy Danise, Tommy and Grayce Nelson, Frank and Ann Kizlowski. Bob and Irene Campbell. Presbyterion Church News A RISK workshop will be held on Saturday, June 17 at First Presbyterian Church in Las Vegas from 9 to 11:30 a.m. under the direction of Chaplain Dave Fahner. Our Vacation Bible School has started under the direction of Carole Washbum and is held Monday, Wednesday and Friday for 2 weeks. The summer schedule for Sunday worship is as follows: Sunday School and Aduh Bible Study at 8:30 a.m. and worship at 10 a.m. There is a nursery provided during worship and a coffee fellowship immediately after services. The church is located at 525 Westminster Way just behind Morrell City Park. Rev. Bill Kirkman is the pastor. We will be looking for you to come and worship with us. Boptist Church Extends Welcome Pastor lour Sorabella cordially invites the public to worship at East Las Vegas Baptist Church, 5757 English Avenue this coming Lord's Day! Bro. Dale Tulloch will be preaching as Pastor Lou Sorabella will be visiting the Indian Reservation southeast of Phoenii. Sunday School, with clasaes for all ages, 9:45 a.m. Hour of Power at 7 p.m. Prayer and Praise Service. Wednesday, 7 p.m. For information, transportation, or counseling, please call 5(^5-7920. 1 ^ Local Girls to Represevlt State at National M Cinderella Girl Pagea Kathy Kline, Lana Lewis and Janis VanCamp of Henderson were judged winners at the 1978 Cinderella Girl Pageant held recently in las Vegas and, along with four other winners from the area, will now represent Nevada at the National Pageant August 6-12 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The State pageant for girls ages three to 17 was staged June 3 at the las Vegas Convention Center. Kathy Kline. 14. sponsored by Skips Repair of Henderson, was the winner of the Miss Cinderella Teen division of the contest. Lana Lewis, sponsored by Henderson A&M Electric, and Janis VanCamp, sponsored by Henny Penny Foods, were two of the three talent winners. The tot division for ages 3 to 6 was judged on modeling in sportswear and party dress. The Miniature Miss division for ages 7 to 9 and the Miss division for 10 to 12 year olds were judged on modeling in sportswear, party dress and a talent presentation. The Teen division for ages 13 to 17 was judged on modeling sportswear and gown as well as a talent pfflgRB^ tion. All girls prefa^ gaa c days competition vvmea close-up appraisal the judges. ^ The Cinderella Jijr\ Pageant is a schol^lQJ^, youth development -H>gram held in 1978 CE%i open state pageant, ^ffile 1979 pageant wW;;^ preceeded by a numbciajf preliminaries quali!^j3qg contestants to adviiHShiSP the state level. '.-S The State Contest ft-. rectors for Cinderella Girl International are Marshall' and Susan Hanson. iJ.^ STATE WINNERS IN CINDERELU GIRL PAGEANTTaleot winners are, Irpm left, Lana Lewis and Janis VanCamp while Kathy Kline, right, was named>Iisa, ClndeercUa Teen at the sUte pageant held recently. The gh4s will go to B^ton RoBge, Louisiana hi August to represent Nevada at the National Cinderellf^ Girl Pageant. mom 5S-J74 nniTn HfNOCISON MIDSUMMER SALE THURS, FRI. & SAT. JUNE 15 -17 ^ lADIES r" • T-TOPS VALUES TO • BLOUSES •15" • SKIRTS 1099 L UP • PANTS GAUZE SHORT SLEEVE 3Jn SHIRTS LONG SLEEVE !So R n IT nil UM out UT.*.WAr PUN a MASTHCMAMS. B • < A. VIU fSSS I

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Hdtron Horn* Ntws, HciNknen, Ntvodo SOCIETY AHD CLUBS ^ AUCIA ROYLANCE Lutheran Church News Worship services at Our Savior's Lutheran Church begin at 10;45 a.m. The church is located at 59 Lynn Lane, next to the Recreation Center. Our pastor is the Rev. Ronald Mayer. Please accept our invitation to worship with us next Sunday. Sunday School for the children has been discontinued til September but the Adult Class will go on with their weekly studies They meet at 9:30 a.m. The Sacrament of Holy Communion will be celebrated during the Sunday Service. The 9 a.m. Tuesday morning Bible Study class and the 7 p.m. Wednesday class will begin their study on the Book of Revelation. Join either group for an interesting and informative discusssion. On Saturday, June 17th there will be a concert j;iven by "Daniel Amos" a Christian group. The time is 8 p.m. at the Gazebo in the Government park in Boulder City. The Southern Californai District Youth Gathering will take place July 28;-30, 78 at Point Loma in San Diego. "Exodus Into The World" is this years Theme and the cost is $40. A discount of $5 for getting your registration in before July Ist will be given. Keep saving the old newspapers and aluminum cans — take them to the Irwin home at 438 Scenic Dr. Bible School will be held at Our Savior's the week of July 17 21. from 9 to 11:30 a.m. BIRTHS June 6. A Boy to Mr. and Nfrs. David Balaum, Las Vegas. June 7, A girl to Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Clove, of Henderson. And A Girl To Mr. and Mrs. James R. Leopard, of Henderson. Jane 8, A girl to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Martinez, of Henderson. June 11, a Boy to Mr. and Mrs. Marion E. Young, of Las Vegas. Also A boy to Mr. and Mrs. George T. Miller, of Las Vegas. Alicia Roylance To Marry Marion Angell in August New Daughter Cloves Welcome Mr. and Mrs. Keith Roylance. 109 Ash Street, announce the engagement of their daughter, Alicia, to Marion Angell, son of Mr. Dennis Angell and Mrs. Lou Ann Angell, of Henderson. The wedding has been set Aug. I in the Manti, Utah LDS temple. The prospective bride is a 1975 graduate of Basic high school and attended Brigham Young University and one year at Trident Technical College in Charleston, South Carolina. She was a Desertaire for four years in high school and in the national honor society for three years. She is presently swing manager for McDonalds. Her fiance is a 1972 graduate of Basic high school and serve.d in the U.S. Navy trom May 1973 yo 1977, attaining the rank of Yeoman Petty Officer second class. He plans to attend Southern Utah State College in September. He is presently employed at Henderson Builder's Supply. Henderson Joycees Hold Annual Awards Banquet Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Clove. 143 Constitution, were the parents of a baby girl born June 7 at St. Rose de Lima Hospital. The baby, named Heather Marie, weighed nine pounds. She was welcomed at home by two year • old Sheree *and five year • old Lonliy. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Don Bowler, and the paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Alvy Clove, all of Henderson. Mrs. Alvy Clove is circulation manager for the Henderson Home News. The Henderson Jaycees held their annual awards banquet Saturday at the Jaycee clubhouse on Van Wegenen Avenue. The newly elected 197879 Board of directors for the local chapter was installed by new Jaycee State President; • Bill Weedman. State Director; Terry Kizzia, 1st • Vice President; Butch Cooper, 2nd Vice President; Huburt Morris, Treasurer; Frank Jaramillo, Secretary. The Immediate PastPresident and Chairman of the Board is Gary English. A delicious prime rib dinner was enjoyed by the members and guests. The meat was prepared by Nick Lathuris of Nick's. Awards for 1977-78 were presented to the following members: Jaycee of the Year-Paul Robinson; Director of the Year-Dave Lee; Speaker of the YearDave Kopp. A special award was presented to Jim Bergman for his tin)e and effort in making the Jaycee club house a reality. The Jaycees are actively seeking all young men between the ages of 21 and 35 who are interested in improving their community and themselves. If you fit that description, contact any member or call 565-7762 or 564-2075. Meetings are held the first and third Wednesdays of each month at the club house on Van Wagenen Ave.. next to the City yard. NEW PRESIDENT-Paui Robinson, right, is sbown receiving the president*! gavel for the Jaycees from outgoing President, Gaiy English. Bridal Social AWM State President Visits Henderson Chapter If you don*t smoke, Fanners can insure your home or apartment for less... Fof years F .imriCTs hd>. btoi helping non sm'>ken. sdve montv on kie and auto insurance vnth speriai policies that give better nsks a bttlei deal Now non Mnokers can save on complete Homeowners packages or on fire cover .* ages alone .ivailable wtiether ^ou own a house or con •dominium or rent If no one in your home has smoked :'. w\ luo years, you may qualifv Find out from a fast, fair and fnendly Famoers agent OUT policy !• Mvlng you nHMtcy. Fomwr't Insuronc* 30 Wottf SI. Hvndorton 565-6581 Monday. June 5th, was a gala night for the Henderson Chapter of the American War Mothers when they hosted the State President, Victoria Herrmann. This was her official visit. She was presented with a gift, ten dollars and a rose corsage by Frances Kisan, Chapter president. Room 7 at the Civic Center was filled with gaity as the group partook of the delicious pot luck served by the members of the host chapter. All four chapters of the state was represented. Eight members of the newly organized Rose Garden Chapter #4 were present. This chapter was instituted about a month ago by the state president and has fourteen members. Those present at the ^m eeting were Madge Nanta, President; Bessie Fallo, Theresa Arnoldo, .Bernadette Guerovida, Grace Mattox, Edith Schmidt, Vera Bemeni and Juanita Smith. North Las Vegas Chapter #3 has five members present: Velora Fancher, Evelyn Hartwell, Dorothy Wheeler. Riida Dattge and the state president. Victoria Herrmann. Silver State Chapter #1 was represented by Effie Ouimet. Fourteen mothers of Henderson Chapter H2 made our guests welcome. They were Frances Kisan. Rhea Johnson, Evelyn Mazrimas, Pearl Strum. Mabel Newion, Lorraynj Danielson, Olive Melton, Rita Haas, Theda Bowler, Julia Minis, Doris Pritchard. Seza Heffelfinger, Smiles Cunningham and our new member Irene Leavitt. Visitors for the occasion were Juanita Scruggs, Norma Perkins, Vivian Shea and Alice Dickenson. The dinner was followed by the regular meeting. MOTHERS. PLEASE NOTE: There will be NO meeting in July. Next regular meeting will be the first Monday in August, the 7th. Everyone have a nice vacation! Ladies, what are you doing June 16th from 7-9 p.m.? The Henderson Parks and Recreation Department along with 15 Henderson Merchants invite you to attend a special Bridal Social just for you. Weather permitting, the Social will be conducted on the Civic Center patio. If inclimate weather prevails we'll look for you inside. So come view our displays, enjoy our wedding refreshments, and maybe have your picture taken. Then watch our fashion show. This special Social is open to the public so bring a friend and enjoy. R.S.V.P. to Betsy at 565-8921 Ext. 35. DAD WAS THERE Oh, the joy my dad did know. When 1 came into the world; He was young, his pride did show And his emotions he unfurled. When 1 was sad he shared with me. And, Oh, how his love did heal. His strong arms; His trust, set me free; Yes, every heartache he did feel. As I grew older dad was there, To guide my life; and encourage too; And so what I am he did share; Yes, dad made it all come true. —Loa Sortbella The first tranwtlantic airfiiM Mfvic* WM th 18-hour42minutt flight of tf "YankM Qipptr." from Newfoundland, Canada to Southhampton, England on JUM27 28.1939. NEWS WINS THANKS' ~ Bosic Hih school's Uno Wolf nowspoptr iHrff prosontod Horn* Nows Monofing Editor Umo KottOfMfl with a ploqwo for holp rocoivtd from tfto nowsfopor during tho po*t yoor. KoitH Marthor. oditor, is at loft, Mrt. Kostonon, rocoMng tho pb^uo fiwn Mndpol Prank Irvio, and at right it Corol Stoploton. odvitor to tho Una Wolf. (losk High Photo) pgg0 ( Thwnday, June IS, 1971 Action People' BRIAN SULUVAN Peruses one of his briefs as helscapturedbythe"Action People" camera! Brian recently obtained his Law Degree from the California Western School of Law in San Diego. He is one of the few Action People that was born and raised in Henderson, Nevada having att^ded McCaw Elementary School and Basic Hi^ School when they had different names. He is the son of Henderson residents, Leon and Verlene Sullivan, with two sisters and one brother. His sister, Leslie, is Mrs. Steve Llough (husband in Federal Drug Enforcement); brother Jeffrey • (earning Commercial Pilot's License) and his sister, Leslie, (Married to Las Vegas Attorney W. Randall Mainor) for whom Brian has just taken the Position of Law Clerk. "Aflerhigh school graduation I attended Brighan Young Uinversity in Provo, Utah," Brian said, "and the schoool benetited me in two ways namel^r.^ earning my Bachelor if Arts Degree and meeting and marrying Gail Hebert from Boston, Ma> sachusetts." The Sullivan's four children are: Gayiene • Age 8, Sean • Age 5, Tara Age 7, Jod Brandon Age 6 months. Upon comoletion of the Provo Univeristy, Brian taught Spanish at Boise High School (Idaho)for two years. Mr. Sullivan speaks, interprets and reads fluent Spanish but teaching did not entirely satisfy the young man although he enjoyed it. He returned to Henderson and served as a Patrolman for the Metropolitan Police Department for two years. It was during this period of Brian's life that he became law oriented.With the encouragement of his brother in law. Randy Mainor, Brian settled on law as his flnal decision for careers. Randy had previously served with the FBI (Agent) and as Deputy District Attorney in Las Vegas. Mainor and his partner. Bill Skupa, also are Hendersonites who gained recognition in sports and football while attending Basic High. Brian Sullivan recently returned froma criminal law case in Goldfield. He currently works in Legal Research, Law Memos, Briegs, Client Interviews. Investigation aids • and is studying for the Nevada Bar Exams this summer. He will eventually join the general practice of Skupa and Mainor as Associate Attorney of Law. His intentions are to specialize in Criminal Law including General Practice of Trial Law Personal Injury, Law Suits, Divorce, Real Estate, and all forms of cases. His affluent use of the Spanish Language will aid him in dealing with Spanish apealung clients. He is certifled under a special program to interpret Spanish in Court in Las Vegas. He also served as Explorer Post Advisor for the Boy Scouts. Brian Sullivan can be described as sinc6i, affable, fine looking and clearcut. He and his family will ultimately settle in Henderson or somewhere in the surrounding Valley area. Hobbies include outdoor sports • fishine and hunting camping, photography, and boati;ig. Gail is sltilled at the arts and crafts excelling in oil paints, with macrame and sewing as "runners up!" Brian's outloolt on life is stimualted by Dale Carnegie's Booli. "How To Win Friends and Influence feopie" • Mr. Sullivan points out • "Friendship is a very precious thing needing warmth and constant nourishment!" WE PIERCEt NO APPOINTMENT/ NECESSARY J&K. PHARMAiYl HtndtrMK Horn* Ntws, H.nd.r,n, Novod'o Pog7 Thursday, Junt IS. 1971 XS • at .a '* • • • -' JK^ ^fc .ag JK gfc I Ji Around The Town as: Mn. Icf !• iitt week. Saturday. June 10, Gertrude Brink woi named "Mrs. Eagle" by btf fellow workers. Gertrude was truly surprised and thrilled as she didn't know that she wii a nmtnee. Congratulations cqJRCS from friends and f*ttly> we are all proud of ^ 47Yr Belen and Clyde Stewart are celebrating their 47th wedding anniversary this month. Helen tells me that they have five children and now have 26 grandchildren, and 14 great grandchildren. Puts me to mind about an old saying "from little acorns" etc. Attend HURCH Hu Friends report to me that Emma Jessop has been down with a bad case of the flu for about a week, Speedy recovery wishes come your way from friends at the St. Peters Center. St. tM* 4% Umm Mrs. Cartwright spent some time recuperating last week at the St. Rose de Lima Hospital. Her husband, Harry, states that she, is on the road to recovery and will be home soon. Slt Uk City Irene and Richard, with guQst Helen Jackson, made a trip out to visit with her family in Salt Lake. Returning back with them will be two granddaughters, Bev, age 15, and Danna Holt, age 14. Irene said that they will be spending part of this summer with them in Henderson. Friends report that Arlicc Hedges will be taking a trip to Utah this week to visit with her sister. Don't stay away too long Arlice, friends at Espinoza Terrace miss you. DoubU lirthdayJJRT My ca1endar^sjyy$3hat Charles Leavitt and Grant [.eavitt will be celebrating i; birthday on June 22. Happiness greetings to both. BY JEAN ECiaEY Ittumcd Edna Deardoff, coordinator of St. Peter's Senior Center, has just returned from a visit with son and family. Heard tell that she just returned in time to help make the final arrangements for the senior fun day ... big day will be Saturday, June 17. TaMkhlffn Itwas reported to me that Pete and Danna Peters with their two children will be making a trip to Michigan. Time will be in late June. Wishes for a good trip from friends at Stauffer Chemical. At 0\nn Hll About twice a wetk the residents of the Glenn Halla nursing home enjoy music and singing by the well known Gwen and Leo Dunbars. After lunch Gwen and Leo conduct a recreation program of music in the lounge. On Wednesday a free arts and craft class will be held at room 29 of the civic (Renter. Lessons start at 1:30 and are open to'all seniors. Mable Heenen said come out and enjoy an afternoon of fun. Winners of the Espinoza Terrace bingo, held after a delicious pot luck lunch, are as follows... Lola King, won twice; Elvira Medina won twice; Salley DeVoge, Rose Ellison won twice. Hazel Manley. Coverall Winners were Arlice Hedges. Dorothy Winninghoffand Salley de Voge. 0ing Wtndtf of June 1, your account will he carninK a full 8".. highest interest r.itc allowed by law. If you (l(n't have an IRA at FNB, all it takes to get started earning the maximum is a minimum dcrt^"*'! "^ S5C So come in tod.tv. If vou re fKit covered by a retirement plan whore vt>u work, vou'rc probably qualified for an IRA To cct all the facts, indudme a special brochure on IRA. phone or stop bv anv FNB office. Remember, retirement s,ivings arc federally insured to S40.CV0 at FNB. V*^ 0 c ^tfl K n<|>iirt Jl< 11 ir \ i'h,lfji rf< tiJcJti i Ml t lillMhAJ T)MllkJit4 >tcu n, s E \msT \ NATIONAL r BANK Firat with mott fof your i td i tmcitf. gerson, Michael Wooten. Finnis Trap. David Trap, LeRoy Chase. Melissa DeCow. Eddie Potter, June Adams, Karen Lovall. 22 • David Bardin, Jeff Davis, April Lynn Leavitt, Jeanette McCall. C.F. McCallum, Christa Johnson, Jason Judd, Mike Bradshaw, Laura Haynes, Kern Frehner, Lois Kelley, Tara Wolsey, Carrie Leavitt, Grant Leavitt. 23 • Thelma Sharee Clove, David Rich Walker Jr., Denee Michelal Evans, Elaine Welbourne, Jeri Bledsoe, Barbara Erickson, Brenda Bauer, Megda Porter. Wedding Annivtrtory WithM To Following Maniod In Juno June 17 • Ray and Kelma Thomspon, Gary and Sue Murphy, Keith and Gay Pendleton. 18 Heber and Beverly Littlefield, Ned and Luana Shamo, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kinsey, Claude and Karen Mein, Larry and Pat Chandler. 19 • Leslie and Nancy Cluff, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Whoton, Glade and Wendy Freshner, Grant and Gladys Turnwe, Mr. and Mrs. Thayna Rolston. 20 Stanley and Nellie Rae Jones, David and Rosemary Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Cassedy, Finnis and Smile Tharp. 21 • Marvin and Delia Patchett, Mr, and Mrs James Moss. Reginald and Diana Davis, Lionel and Thora Davis, Jan and Jan Bennett. 22 Jack and Joyce Walker, Ralph and Kathy Danise, Tommy and Grayce Nelson, Frank and Ann Kizlowski. Bob and Irene Campbell. Presbyterion Church News A RISK workshop will be held on Saturday, June 17 at First Presbyterian Church in Las Vegas from 9 to 11:30 a.m. under the direction of Chaplain Dave Fahner. Our Vacation Bible School has started under the direction of Carole Washbum and is held Monday, Wednesday and Friday for 2 weeks. The summer schedule for Sunday worship is as follows: Sunday School and Aduh Bible Study at 8:30 a.m. and worship at 10 a.m. There is a nursery provided during worship and a coffee fellowship immediately after services. The church is located at 525 Westminster Way just behind Morrell City Park. Rev. Bill Kirkman is the pastor. We will be looking for you to come and worship with us. Boptist Church Extends Welcome Pastor lour Sorabella cordially invites the public to worship at East Las Vegas Baptist Church, 5757 English Avenue this coming Lord's Day! Bro. Dale Tulloch will be preaching as Pastor Lou Sorabella will be visiting the Indian Reservation southeast of Phoenii. Sunday School, with clasaes for all ages, 9:45 a.m. Hour of Power at 7 p.m. Prayer and Praise Service. Wednesday, 7 p.m. For information, transportation, or counseling, please call 5(^5-7920. 1 ^ Local Girls to Represevlt State at National M Cinderella Girl Pagea Kathy Kline, Lana Lewis and Janis VanCamp of Henderson were judged winners at the 1978 Cinderella Girl Pageant held recently in las Vegas and, along with four other winners from the area, will now represent Nevada at the National Pageant August 6-12 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The State pageant for girls ages three to 17 was staged June 3 at the las Vegas Convention Center. Kathy Kline. 14. sponsored by Skips Repair of Henderson, was the winner of the Miss Cinderella Teen division of the contest. Lana Lewis, sponsored by Henderson A&M Electric, and Janis VanCamp, sponsored by Henny Penny Foods, were two of the three talent winners. The tot division for ages 3 to 6 was judged on modeling in sportswear and party dress. The Miniature Miss division for ages 7 to 9 and the Miss division for 10 to 12 year olds were judged on modeling in sportswear, party dress and a talent presentation. The Teen division for ages 13 to 17 was judged on modeling sportswear and gown as well as a talent pfflgRB^ tion. All girls prefa^ gaa c days competition vvmea close-up appraisal the judges. ^ The Cinderella Jijr\ Pageant is a schol^lQJ^, youth development -H>gram held in 1978 CE%i open state pageant, ^ffile 1979 pageant wW;;^ preceeded by a numbciajf preliminaries quali!^j3qg contestants to adviiHShiSP the state level. '.-S The State Contest ft-. rectors for Cinderella Girl International are Marshall' and Susan Hanson. iJ.^ STATE WINNERS IN CINDERELU GIRL PAGEANTTaleot winners are, Irpm left, Lana Lewis and Janis VanCamp while Kathy Kline, right, was named>Iisa, ClndeercUa Teen at the sUte pageant held recently. The gh4s will go to B^ton RoBge, Louisiana hi August to represent Nevada at the National Cinderellf^ Girl Pageant. mom 5S-J74 nniTn HfNOCISON MIDSUMMER SALE THURS, FRI. & SAT. JUNE 15 -17 ^ lADIES r" • T-TOPS VALUES TO • BLOUSES •15" • SKIRTS 1099 L UP • PANTS GAUZE SHORT SLEEVE 3Jn SHIRTS LONG SLEEVE !So R n IT nil UM out UT.*.WAr PUN a MASTHCMAMS. B • < A. VIU fSSS I

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f Mndoron Homo Nowt, Hondonon, Novoda Our Hometown Recipe Of The Week Sunshine Rebekah News "Flour Tortilla Torte" IT TOMMI ANN HATS Socfttvy-NMMiMMr 1 pkg. (6 oz.) semisweet chocolate bits 2 cups (1 pt.) sour cream 3 Tbls. powdered sugar 4 flour tortillas, 7 to 8" in diameter 1 to 2 ounces milk chocolate Pour the semisweet chocolate bits into the top of a double boiler. Add 1 cup of the sour cream and 1 tablespoon of the powdered sugar and heat over simmering water, stirring until chocolate is melted. Place pan of sauce in cold water to cool; stir occasionally. S^t one of the flour tortillas on a serving plate and spread evenly with a third of the chocolate mixture. Cover with another tortilla, another third of the sauce, then a third tortilla, the balance of the sauce, and the last tortilla. Make as level as possible. Bleni the remaining sour cream with the remaining 2 TBls. of powdered sugar and.spread evenly over the top and sides of the tortilla torte. Chill, covered wijh a large inverted bowl at least 8 hours or as long as over night. Shave milk chocolate into curls with a vegetable peeler; pile chocolate curls onto top of tortilla torte. Cut in slim wedges with a sharp knife to serve. Makes 8 to 12 servings. The Sunshine Rebekah Lodge No. 41 met June 6 at the Eagle's Hall in Henderson for its regular meeting and Friendship night. Our friends of the Las Vegas Oasis 31 and Bouder City Cactus 41 also attended. It was quite nice and gifts were given to all guests who attended. A program was put on with a little skit done by Lily Myers, Dena Shafer, Wilma Anfield, Doris Darnell, Laurel Nelson, Clara Milsap, Darlene Lamb, Blanch Hinkle and Timmie Timmons. Lots of fun for all. Business was taken care of and Esther Shipp, our DDP, was presented. Laurel Nelson was given a certifi'cate of Perfection for work well done, Lily Myers, our Noble Grand, received the gift for the lodge which took the most points for size and Doris Darnell received a Rebekah ring for the most points in a contest conducted by Mrs. Shipp in her year as DDP. Pat Gardner, our new District Deputy Elect; and Lily Myers, our Noble Grand and special delegate for the assembly; and Laurel Nelson, vice grand and Doris Darnell, treasurer, will leave June 17 for Winnemucca for Assembly for a week. Refreshments were served by some of the. very nice Rebekahs from Las Vegas lodge to Timmie Timmons, Lily Myers, Wilma Anfield, Laurel Nelson, Doris Darnell, Clara Milsap, Dena Shafer, Darlene Lamb and Lagola Gardner. Guests from Oasis 31 were Minnie Hunter, Ann Livingston, Leathea Weaver, Helen Leonard, lone Fort and Bill Guy of Las Vegas. Our next meeting will be on June 20 and then we go dark th|bugh July and August. Our first meeting after that will be Sept. 6. 1 wish to leave you with a little verse for all Re-. bekahs. Read it and think about it. We would like to see you all backin the fall. Which Rebekah Are You Some Rebekahs keep their lodge strong While some join just to belong. Some help with committee and serve with pride While some just go along for the ride. Some volunteer to do their share While some sit back and ju.st don't care. On meeting nights some always show While there are some who never go. There are some get behind for months instead. Some drag • some pull some don't some do. Think now, which Rebekah are you? s-^af DUSTER TAKES ROOFLast Friday a not w friendly wind dister removed the roof from the trailer home of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Peders who live in Henderson Trailer EsUles. The roof was peeled right off the trailer bat fortunately no one was ii^ured. Mrs. Peders was io the kitchen at the time the freak accMenl occurred and Peders was in the backyard in his workshop. HNNIS TIP Having trouble getting that ball to meet the strings? Many people, pros included, tend to get a little lazy when watching the ball. Be sure you watch the ball going into your racquet. It's easy to let down mentally and get sloppy. So remember, watch that ball come off your racquet and you can't go wrong. Courtesy of the Henderson Recreation Dept. TtM rutional Itnfuift ciot•tt to Enghih ii Dutch. Fftl Thur*doy,JwiMl5, 1971 UNLY Sports Program Open to Boys' Club Members Henderson Boys* Qub members have been invited to participate in the National Youth Sports Program conducted by the Department of Physical Education of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. The five, week program will provide instruction for boys and girls between the ages of 10 and 18 for the economically disadvantaged in the following sports: swimming, skin diving, basketball, volleyball, badminton, archery, canoeing, tennis, dance, kayaking, wrestling/ racquetball and tumbling. In addition, a class for cultural enrichment will be conducted daily and lunch will be provided in the university cafeteria. This program is designed to provide a summer educational enrichment program in a fun setting. Instruction will be given in the UNLV physical educaThe first house on the right of Equestrian Street off of Boulder Highway in Henderson is most friendly and exudes the charm of a cross between old Spanish and Roman Greco in architecture. The soft white stucco exterior is enhanced by the rounded archway doors, surrounding garden, and a lovely Greek Goddess statue which was treated and painted by Doris Kubla. A mail box type raido plays "inter com" FM music giving the visitor as well as the Valley and Mountains the musical background it deserves. Once inside Doris makes the visitor feel very welcome with her own charm and more FM music. The home is fresh, romantic and charming carrying out the theme of music and art. The hallway leads into the living room and thefamilyroom.lt is the introduction of things to come about the Kubla home with it's Italian marble flooring. Ushered into the living room is an experience in its own. Another Greek Goddess statue (made by Doris) stands in the room while in the Southwest corner a good sized statue fountain of the Lotus girl of Japan stands surrounded by foliage both live and synthetic. Doris is quite a devotee of ceramics turning out some loveb pieces. Ceramic statues, works, and wall plaques are seen throughout the home with oil paintings hand painted by Doris. A huge "see through" fireplace dominates theroom with concrete archway type of opening with Mexican tile in front. A "Wise-man" statue created by Doris stands to the side. The rrom is Mediterranean in decor with avacado drapes and carpeting throughout the home. The sofa is brilliant in tion complex. The tentative daily schedule, Monday through Friday, is as follows: 11:30 a.m. to noonFree lunch; 12:05 to 12:45 p.m.-Cultural enrichment; 12:55 to 1:55 p.m.Sport instruction; 2:05 to 3:05 p.m.Sport instruction; 3:15 to 4:15 p.m.sport instruction. Enrollment is limited and will be based on the order of return of the applications which are available in the Henderson Boys' Club athletic office, located at 401 Drake Street. Further information may be obtained by calling 565-6568 or 565-6569. Parents in the Henderson area must provkle their own transportation to these classes. DUANE G. UUBACH, PiesMeDt of Henderw>n Realty, Inc. Ii Indeed very prood to announce the association of RoMi Herwick to this staff. Rosa has been a Henderson resident for 3 yean. She, her huftlMUHl and William, and children Mark, Roxanne and JoUe Uve In Highland HiUs. Rosa has beea to the Real EsUte field for I'/i yean, has specialized In homes in Las Vegas and Henderson areas. Rosa is presently woridng toward her broker Ucense and GRI designatton. ML NMtak U4|* N*. M *< NfT. MMlMiNIfeti WU. 1M r.H. Ill TtSflt Drtrt M-tMT HOME OF THE WEEK color with Mrs. Kubla's^ choice wlii'ch she reupholstered in royal blue bright green, and turquoise floral. Royal blue and antique white are seen frequently in the home being favorite colors of Mrs. Kubla. A Spanish wrought iron lattice room divider separates the dining room A crystal chandalier hangs from the ceiling over a dining table with matchingchairs in plush velvet royal blue. A good -sized Thomas Organ is also seen in the dining room on which Doris plays favorites songs. Jospeh and Doris Kubla occupied the newly built home on Thanksgiving Day -1975. Doris designed the home and found the spot it would be erected on. A gentle breeze is felt in thfs particular area of the Valley giving a certain coolness on the hottest days. "We were so lucky in getting the Contractor Kelsey Ray to build it," Doris said, "and he did a wonderful job in following through on my design!" The Kublas lived in Henderson once before in 1951 returned to live in Ohio for eighteen years. "We found life getting generally dull back home, and decided this would be our final home." Doria added. They were most happy upon their 1975 return. The remainder of the home includes a large kitchen, ample closet soace. tow bathrooms, a family room, a ceramic workshop room, master bedroom and two other bedrooms, a garage workroon, and an above ground pool in yard. The family room shows the other side of the fireplace which actually serves as two fireplaces in decor and use. A bar with lounge chairs sits near the window, and bamboo furniture lending to an exotic appearance. An oil painting of an Western Indian hangs to the -side of the bar (painted by Doris). The master bedroom includes a large round bed in antique white and told with matching chest. A plusy white fur spread covers the bed. The remaining beerooms are occupied by the Kubla's daughters Penny and Melissa. Penny's room is Mod with waterbed. while Melissa's room is Danish Modern. A great Dane "Duchess," and "Pinkerton" The Poodle are the family pets. The Joseph Kublas originated from Pennsylvania Joseph works with th Las Vegas Post OfTice Department and is also talented in mechanics. Their two sons Robert and Josph, Jr. are married living away from home. Robert and his wife. Vickie, made the Kubia's grandparents of a boy, Kerry Age 3, and a girl JennyAnn Age 2. Jospeh, Jr. and his wife, Brenda, also keep in close touch. Henderson is blessed with a creative family such as Joseph and Doris Kubla bringing to the City and surrounding Valley "a touch of beauty enough to please a Greek Goddess" which greets the visitor at the arched doorway! Doris Enioyt Family Room with St Through Fireplace and Bamboo Furniture FEATURING: THf HOME Of JOSEM AND DORIS KUtlA HsndsrMn Horns Ntwt, H sndsnon. Nevodo Senior Citizens Social Club LEGAL NOTKE LEGAL NOTKE WMf lMii ttlU It tktl*4 ky Please Note that there will not be a meeting this week on Friday, June 16 due to the fact that many of the regular members ar^ out of town on summer vacations. IwW N>. nr77llUIM7M, Umm M*. CMMI4I, N*4a ^lalM. • •fUltrcJ tmwr Iwfcwa C MM, 1114 Nw* Ilnd ItfMt, Nwlti Iw V*tM, MMW* I010. UtilOimr AMMMtRMMtCcmpwr. 11$ Nwlh Imlwn. In Vt, N*4 Niei. MMN b tmnkri t*m itMi I, MM TM>, IIM Nwlti tMiMw NfhMT. NMI4MWI, •M Mil aWoa n mt Un md p wpiwr wi M4f. ixm 11. I*^l. •• 10 •.m. m 111* N*r. CNVIH, N*4 f>Ht. UtMtni wiwR Mlwii M. • •tortMH, 4411 takMt AwMM, Im VsfM, H m iu Mill. Utl'0ir. NOTW* •Mtwwl Iwk, P.O. In 74M. IM V*tM. N*a4. MMa II hMhy thto MM I, INtf TM. IIW Nwiti IWMH Mlth>. Hi>i4iww, •rty MM^n. iw* 11. I*TI, •• lOt.m. •• I1W Nwlk IWMM NfliMy. Nwi4ww<<. WtlMMMltMrtftotakM. iMiiMt.ii, n, ifTt H-htm .}%. n, \fn f >. v'k AGENDA JUNE 19,1978 TKWP.M. HENDERSON CITY COUNCIL REGULAR NfEETING COUNCIL CHAMBER 243 WATER STREET I. CONFIRMATION OF POSTING II. CALL TO ORDER. ROLL CALL, PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE AND INVOCATION III. OPENING OF BIDS: 1. Providing Prefabricated Office Space of 750-1000 Sq. Feet to be located as an adjunct to City Hall at 243 Water Street. 2) Painting, Carpeting. Drapes, shades. Wall Coverings and Furniture items to be provided totally and in a Color-Design Coordinated Fashion for selected portions of City Hall. Proposal to include total provisions for materials and professional decorating services for the above. 3) Construction of a 10" water main crossing under U.P. Railroad and drainage structures at Dawson and Conestoga and at Wagonwheel and Boulder Highway. IV. APPROVAL OF MINUTES: Regular Meeting 5-15-78.'Regular Meeting 6-5-78; and Recessed Meeting 6-8-78. V. ACCEPTANCE OF AGENDA VI. UNFINISHED BUSINESS: 1. AUGMENTATION OF GENERAL FUND BUDGET 1977-78 a) Adoption of Resolution No. 586 • Augmentation due to Anticipated Resources in excess of amount Budgeted. 2. AUGMENTATION OF SPECIAL RECREATIN FUND BUDGET 1977-78 a) Adoption of Resolution No. 587 Augmentation due to Anticipated Resources in excess of that Budgeted and reciting appropriations to be Augmented. 3. ZONE CHANGE Approximately 20 acres in Section 33, T21S, R62E from R-R to TEH • Vera Love, President of Kathwend. RESOLUTION 4. Adopt Policy Moratorium to be called on all TE-H Zoning until Council has had an opportunity to investigate this type zoning and its affect on the Community. 5. LAND REQUEST Section 35, T22S, R61E Approximately 21.7 Acres Arby Alper Referred without recommendation from Committee. 6. AUTHORIZATION To drop Claim Against North Las Vegas In Suit resulting from Annexation which was declared unconstitutional to regain Revenue Lost • City Attorney. 7. AWARD OF BID • Backhoe VII. NEW BUSINESS: 1. PLANNING COMMISSION MINUTES June 7. 1978 a) Z-18-78 • ZONE CHANGE American Nevada Corp. From T-R (Mobile Home Park Residence) to R-1 (One Family Residence) Approximately 65 acres in Section 8. T22S. R62E Green Valley Property located north of the U.P. R.R. and east of Lamb Blvd. b) ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW Ad-Art Sign for Levi Strauss on Boulder Hwy. c) ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW Two Billboards for Old West Corp. on South Boulder Highway. d) TENTATIVE MAP Hacienda del Sol Units 2 and 3 George Smith & Co. Proposed development located in Section 33, T21S, R62E (South of Russell Road and West of Stephanie) Zoned for Trailer Estates with Horses. e) TENTATIVE MAP Heritage Place H.D. Lounsbury. National Heritage Corp. Located in Section 24, T22S, R63E west of Crestway adjacent to the developed area in Section 19. f) FINAL MAP • Eastminister Subdivision • Property Brokers, Las Vegas (Ed Hutchins) Located in Section 17, T22S, R63E. g) FINAL MAP • Henderson Foothills Lewis Homes • Engineers VTN Located in Section 27, T22S, R63E. h) FINAL MAPS -. Village Woods • AIca Engineering Located in Section 8, T22S, R63E: 1) Unit No. 2 2) Unit No. 3 i) RESUBDIVISION Block No. 10 • Henderson Townsite Subdivision Vacation of Alleyway prompted request, 2. REQUEST: R.L.Chastain, 14 Colorado Way • permission to serve liquor at the Civic Center Wedding Reception on July 1, 1978 from 6 to 11 P.M. Rental of the Room has been cleared through Parks and Recreation. 3. REQUEST: Dalby Shirley Pete Findley Oldsmobile Authorization by Council to hold a weekend sale of new Cars in Henderson. Discussion to include requirements, stipulations and locations. 4. REQUEST: Henderson Chamber of Commerce Waiver of Sidewalk requirements on 118 feet along Lake Mead Drive. 5. RESOLUTION Requesting Clark County Board of Commissioners to Apportion a share of the County General Fund to the City of Henderson as provided in the Henderson City Charter. 6. RESOLUTION • Approving the Applicatron for Funds for Improvements to Wells Park and Development of a Pittman School Park Site • Nevada State Park System. 7. AUTHORIZATION: To call for bids on Billing Forms Jerry Webster 8. AUTHORIZATION to enter into Agreement NLD. No. 4264 Covering Installation of a 12" VCF sewer line at Milepost 12.16, Boulder Branch, Henderson. Nevada • Fees involved $150.00 9. AUTHORIZATION • Qange Order No. 3 Contract 77-78 • 8 Victory Road Sewer Interceptor Increase of $3,511.07. 10. RECOMMENDATION: For Architect for Civic Center Plaza Study. It. REQUEST: Increase in Bailiffs Uniform Albwance • Judge Jensen 12. APPOINTMENT HENDERSON PUBUC IMPROVEMENT TRUST 13. APPROVAL • WARRANT REGISTER 14. SET COMMITTEE MEETING: Items: a) Discusskm of Fee Schedule b) Discusswn Annexation Request • Fleck Realty. 15. APPROVAL QF JOB DESCRIPTION • JUNIOR PLANNER • DRAFTSMAN, AND ASSIGNMENT TO WAGE SCALE. LEGAL NOTICE Inf rtn MM an^ •Mrm W lM kU4 k m ili< ky HMCHV CM at Mi NifM DM kWi oW to i^MMri M Jnmi m\mt4 pMkJy tflw HUOInf • Ito City Cmll W lw Oty •< Hw<. 4*fMn, N*v4 •) HM Ml*wlnt IliM, IIM* mni 4uH: an HAU HCOtM VAIHT tTCMAOl IWinNO, 7:00 p.m., WT 01 My. It/I, Cwndl Chirnkwi, HM4itw< Oty ItaH, 141 Ww St., Hwi4wiwi, Nwo4a. Tto< Wl CHy Ml, 141 Wtw StfMt, in tto City tl HM<4WW<, am4 Karaf* fawl^a^ ky tto City an4 wmtmfmnlU ky a tartlfiaJ itock ar aoaptaMa tallatatal In tto amawiM • H*a pawnt (1%) a> Ika tatal antwnl al Ito kM. mmit payaWa la tto CltvINan4>rMn *bMka4lnltawaltto I (lll k> < tto immm M UMt will to n^n* H Kmilak at Mt awn ai^anta, a ktatartaU ati4 Ukar Ian4 in tto amawnt a< nal lau Iton am kumkad ptrmO (100%) a< Ito cantiwtarf prka. A MtMvl Nt^rmanw tond in tto amavnt • < nat Itu tKon i ton4>d fanant (lOOSj W tto cantract fHta an4 a Ouacanty land, in tto amaunt wl nat lai tton 9H9 kvndrad pantnt (lOOK) af Ito cantiact pdaa. Owaranty rfiall to (at ana yaat torn tto 4ata a( aam. 4atla. IM farmi an4 Cantract Dicvmantt may to aktaln*! it tto Kktk Wwlii Oaaartnwnl. City Mall, Han4>rMn, N4a flan, Qni S^aciAl PtlMltSION TO AfftOftlATI TM nmiC WAHIS Of TNI STAT1 Of NfVAOA MAT IS, If71 A^icatlan Na. ISIM Natioa i, torcky tlan Itol an Itia Siti day W May, 1*71, lliiaa A Afulllar a Ui Vata,, Slat* •* Naoda mada o^kallan la tto Slata intlwaat tl Narcda to pt>wl n tin la a>iaHat 04 a( a Ht and Saat al Ito HWI waMn a Ito kata W Navada. raaiid lawwa at a fim laiata d wltfcln Ito SWVk Sl^, Sa ai a ^ni torn wMcti tto SW aamaf al tto SfV, at laid Sactian 14 kaan I 14' IO* 11W a dWanta 1 1117 4) faat. Wafw will to mad to M pal pwtyaM, torn Janoaiy Ita llitalaarfiyaar l>ata al Hnt pwkllcatian May II, If7l Oala W laM pkliwd. NOTKi TO CnOITOIS (40 Day, NatiM) NttK4 W H#f#tev jtv#n rfi#T tn# wrto^f* •Ifnad toi kaan duly ofpainlad and fval.' itod ky Ito aha< tntlHad Cawn an ito Ittti day • May. I 7I, a, Admmitlratar tl Ito a,lala tl f AM laltN 10011$, SI. dacaaMd All cradHan kavln| ilatm, afalnM laid adata on la^uiiad la Ala ito lama wMi Ito rnpt' f AM lalM lOOIIS, Jl. (>) Mucal 0 Ownd Altaniay to Ito I MUMl 0 OUNO Mil. Canan, Na 1101 UiVata^NavadaWIOI Hgunal. I. IS. 1471 (k)llw s Gfn eymew a goHw s sirMe cuttai Mtar Charga, Vita, ••nMn', flon N • May II, IS, Jvna I, I. IS, 1471 IN TM aOMTN JUOKIAl DtSTIKT COUIT Of TW STAH 0* NIVADA. IN AND fOI TNI COUNTY Of CUH PNiO MAY SO141 IM 71 lOHHA lOWMAN. CUM lY lOMUA MYIIS NO 74 m TM MATTII Of TM ISTATI Of OlAa AlVWU SflYOII MCUSiO Nonaof TuM OfnovMOwmi W#tMB t% n9f9wy (tvw fnCt MAPtvH • JINIINS, kavinf NIad In iM, Cauit a danniiiii pwyaffinf la to ito laai will a( OlAa AlVMHA SNYOM, lUNCM H. jnWMS to appakMad laawi. fit. Itotaaf Itol tto kiarlw| Itoiaan ka, kMn and riiaw MUM, K any Itoy Kava, wily Mid will dlauM nal to admltMd la lb, AD 1*71. UMTTA lOWMAN. Clatk •y .OipKtyCtoti M-jwi* 1. 1. IS. **n. M TM aONTN JUOKIAl OnrttCT COUIT 0 TM ITATl Of NIVADA M ANO lOI TM CeUfITT Of CUM JUMIIlMfM-n ion* MUMAN. am IT MAMMA MSaiA CAM NO • 711 CMOU ANNI lOWIT. NOVICi 01 NUWO ftlifSUM KM CMAflOt Of NAMI BMMIY m day al Mw*. 1*71, a falMan wm MM ki tiM akaaa-anlMad Caurt ky MMW W i fc aati d H CANU ANMI ialMMItoMM>rkT• M ••• • ( ad* AaCtokal Jwa^lfn. I Ma tl • << (toy. IfTt RNANCING AVAIIME ON APPROVED CREDIT 90 DAYS SAME AS CASH. 480 TO 500 LBS. 2 mONT 1 HIND % Beef 1.19i> WHOLE NEW YORK Strippers 3.49 AU.MEAT Wieners BABYBS Uver FOOD 4. m mm UXm& FDR RENT WATCH WHILE WE CUT YOUR BEF-PRICES INCLUDE CUniNG, WRAPPING & FREEZING *" 150 TO 160 LBS. ^ WHOLESALE-CUDHAY USDAY-2 CHOICE 320 TO 330 IBS. ^BEEF 125 J Hind quarters T-BONE Steal(s 1.45< m PORTERHOUSE Steal(s Rib Stealcs 1£9i ANDERSON )iGAL Ice Cream U3 6/16 0Z COCACOIA 1.19 KEEBLER -12 CUPS Ice Cream Cones 49^ We Hqndb Uiod Freezers and Re friflerators Prices Effective June 15-19, 1978

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f Mndoron Homo Nowt, Hondonon, Novoda Our Hometown Recipe Of The Week Sunshine Rebekah News "Flour Tortilla Torte" IT TOMMI ANN HATS Socfttvy-NMMiMMr 1 pkg. (6 oz.) semisweet chocolate bits 2 cups (1 pt.) sour cream 3 Tbls. powdered sugar 4 flour tortillas, 7 to 8" in diameter 1 to 2 ounces milk chocolate Pour the semisweet chocolate bits into the top of a double boiler. Add 1 cup of the sour cream and 1 tablespoon of the powdered sugar and heat over simmering water, stirring until chocolate is melted. Place pan of sauce in cold water to cool; stir occasionally. S^t one of the flour tortillas on a serving plate and spread evenly with a third of the chocolate mixture. Cover with another tortilla, another third of the sauce, then a third tortilla, the balance of the sauce, and the last tortilla. Make as level as possible. Bleni the remaining sour cream with the remaining 2 TBls. of powdered sugar and.spread evenly over the top and sides of the tortilla torte. Chill, covered wijh a large inverted bowl at least 8 hours or as long as over night. Shave milk chocolate into curls with a vegetable peeler; pile chocolate curls onto top of tortilla torte. Cut in slim wedges with a sharp knife to serve. Makes 8 to 12 servings. The Sunshine Rebekah Lodge No. 41 met June 6 at the Eagle's Hall in Henderson for its regular meeting and Friendship night. Our friends of the Las Vegas Oasis 31 and Bouder City Cactus 41 also attended. It was quite nice and gifts were given to all guests who attended. A program was put on with a little skit done by Lily Myers, Dena Shafer, Wilma Anfield, Doris Darnell, Laurel Nelson, Clara Milsap, Darlene Lamb, Blanch Hinkle and Timmie Timmons. Lots of fun for all. Business was taken care of and Esther Shipp, our DDP, was presented. Laurel Nelson was given a certifi'cate of Perfection for work well done, Lily Myers, our Noble Grand, received the gift for the lodge which took the most points for size and Doris Darnell received a Rebekah ring for the most points in a contest conducted by Mrs. Shipp in her year as DDP. Pat Gardner, our new District Deputy Elect; and Lily Myers, our Noble Grand and special delegate for the assembly; and Laurel Nelson, vice grand and Doris Darnell, treasurer, will leave June 17 for Winnemucca for Assembly for a week. Refreshments were served by some of the. very nice Rebekahs from Las Vegas lodge to Timmie Timmons, Lily Myers, Wilma Anfield, Laurel Nelson, Doris Darnell, Clara Milsap, Dena Shafer, Darlene Lamb and Lagola Gardner. Guests from Oasis 31 were Minnie Hunter, Ann Livingston, Leathea Weaver, Helen Leonard, lone Fort and Bill Guy of Las Vegas. Our next meeting will be on June 20 and then we go dark th|bugh July and August. Our first meeting after that will be Sept. 6. 1 wish to leave you with a little verse for all Re-. bekahs. Read it and think about it. We would like to see you all backin the fall. Which Rebekah Are You Some Rebekahs keep their lodge strong While some join just to belong. Some help with committee and serve with pride While some just go along for the ride. Some volunteer to do their share While some sit back and ju.st don't care. On meeting nights some always show While there are some who never go. There are some get behind for months instead. Some drag • some pull some don't some do. Think now, which Rebekah are you? s-^af DUSTER TAKES ROOFLast Friday a not w friendly wind dister removed the roof from the trailer home of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Peders who live in Henderson Trailer EsUles. The roof was peeled right off the trailer bat fortunately no one was ii^ured. Mrs. Peders was io the kitchen at the time the freak accMenl occurred and Peders was in the backyard in his workshop. HNNIS TIP Having trouble getting that ball to meet the strings? Many people, pros included, tend to get a little lazy when watching the ball. Be sure you watch the ball going into your racquet. It's easy to let down mentally and get sloppy. So remember, watch that ball come off your racquet and you can't go wrong. Courtesy of the Henderson Recreation Dept. TtM rutional Itnfuift ciot•tt to Enghih ii Dutch. Fftl Thur*doy,JwiMl5, 1971 UNLY Sports Program Open to Boys' Club Members Henderson Boys* Qub members have been invited to participate in the National Youth Sports Program conducted by the Department of Physical Education of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. The five, week program will provide instruction for boys and girls between the ages of 10 and 18 for the economically disadvantaged in the following sports: swimming, skin diving, basketball, volleyball, badminton, archery, canoeing, tennis, dance, kayaking, wrestling/ racquetball and tumbling. In addition, a class for cultural enrichment will be conducted daily and lunch will be provided in the university cafeteria. This program is designed to provide a summer educational enrichment program in a fun setting. Instruction will be given in the UNLV physical educaThe first house on the right of Equestrian Street off of Boulder Highway in Henderson is most friendly and exudes the charm of a cross between old Spanish and Roman Greco in architecture. The soft white stucco exterior is enhanced by the rounded archway doors, surrounding garden, and a lovely Greek Goddess statue which was treated and painted by Doris Kubla. A mail box type raido plays "inter com" FM music giving the visitor as well as the Valley and Mountains the musical background it deserves. Once inside Doris makes the visitor feel very welcome with her own charm and more FM music. The home is fresh, romantic and charming carrying out the theme of music and art. The hallway leads into the living room and thefamilyroom.lt is the introduction of things to come about the Kubla home with it's Italian marble flooring. Ushered into the living room is an experience in its own. Another Greek Goddess statue (made by Doris) stands in the room while in the Southwest corner a good sized statue fountain of the Lotus girl of Japan stands surrounded by foliage both live and synthetic. Doris is quite a devotee of ceramics turning out some loveb pieces. Ceramic statues, works, and wall plaques are seen throughout the home with oil paintings hand painted by Doris. A huge "see through" fireplace dominates theroom with concrete archway type of opening with Mexican tile in front. A "Wise-man" statue created by Doris stands to the side. The rrom is Mediterranean in decor with avacado drapes and carpeting throughout the home. The sofa is brilliant in tion complex. The tentative daily schedule, Monday through Friday, is as follows: 11:30 a.m. to noonFree lunch; 12:05 to 12:45 p.m.-Cultural enrichment; 12:55 to 1:55 p.m.Sport instruction; 2:05 to 3:05 p.m.Sport instruction; 3:15 to 4:15 p.m.sport instruction. Enrollment is limited and will be based on the order of return of the applications which are available in the Henderson Boys' Club athletic office, located at 401 Drake Street. Further information may be obtained by calling 565-6568 or 565-6569. Parents in the Henderson area must provkle their own transportation to these classes. DUANE G. UUBACH, PiesMeDt of Henderw>n Realty, Inc. Ii Indeed very prood to announce the association of RoMi Herwick to this staff. Rosa has been a Henderson resident for 3 yean. She, her huftlMUHl and William, and children Mark, Roxanne and JoUe Uve In Highland HiUs. Rosa has beea to the Real EsUte field for I'/i yean, has specialized In homes in Las Vegas and Henderson areas. Rosa is presently woridng toward her broker Ucense and GRI designatton. ML NMtak U4|* N*. M *< NfT. MMlMiNIfeti WU. 1M r.H. Ill TtSflt Drtrt M-tMT HOME OF THE WEEK color with Mrs. Kubla's^ choice wlii'ch she reupholstered in royal blue bright green, and turquoise floral. Royal blue and antique white are seen frequently in the home being favorite colors of Mrs. Kubla. A Spanish wrought iron lattice room divider separates the dining room A crystal chandalier hangs from the ceiling over a dining table with matchingchairs in plush velvet royal blue. A good -sized Thomas Organ is also seen in the dining room on which Doris plays favorites songs. Jospeh and Doris Kubla occupied the newly built home on Thanksgiving Day -1975. Doris designed the home and found the spot it would be erected on. A gentle breeze is felt in thfs particular area of the Valley giving a certain coolness on the hottest days. "We were so lucky in getting the Contractor Kelsey Ray to build it," Doris said, "and he did a wonderful job in following through on my design!" The Kublas lived in Henderson once before in 1951 returned to live in Ohio for eighteen years. "We found life getting generally dull back home, and decided this would be our final home." Doria added. They were most happy upon their 1975 return. The remainder of the home includes a large kitchen, ample closet soace. tow bathrooms, a family room, a ceramic workshop room, master bedroom and two other bedrooms, a garage workroon, and an above ground pool in yard. The family room shows the other side of the fireplace which actually serves as two fireplaces in decor and use. A bar with lounge chairs sits near the window, and bamboo furniture lending to an exotic appearance. An oil painting of an Western Indian hangs to the -side of the bar (painted by Doris). The master bedroom includes a large round bed in antique white and told with matching chest. A plusy white fur spread covers the bed. The remaining beerooms are occupied by the Kubla's daughters Penny and Melissa. Penny's room is Mod with waterbed. while Melissa's room is Danish Modern. A great Dane "Duchess," and "Pinkerton" The Poodle are the family pets. The Joseph Kublas originated from Pennsylvania Joseph works with th Las Vegas Post OfTice Department and is also talented in mechanics. Their two sons Robert and Josph, Jr. are married living away from home. Robert and his wife. Vickie, made the Kubia's grandparents of a boy, Kerry Age 3, and a girl JennyAnn Age 2. Jospeh, Jr. and his wife, Brenda, also keep in close touch. Henderson is blessed with a creative family such as Joseph and Doris Kubla bringing to the City and surrounding Valley "a touch of beauty enough to please a Greek Goddess" which greets the visitor at the arched doorway! Doris Enioyt Family Room with St Through Fireplace and Bamboo Furniture FEATURING: THf HOME Of JOSEM AND DORIS KUtlA HsndsrMn Horns Ntwt, H sndsnon. Nevodo Senior Citizens Social Club LEGAL NOTKE LEGAL NOTKE WMf lMii ttlU It tktl*4 ky Please Note that there will not be a meeting this week on Friday, June 16 due to the fact that many of the regular members ar^ out of town on summer vacations. IwW N>. nr77llUIM7M, Umm M*. CMMI4I, N*4a ^lalM. • •fUltrcJ tmwr Iwfcwa C MM, 1114 Nw* Ilnd ItfMt, Nwlti Iw V*tM, MMW* I010. UtilOimr AMMMtRMMtCcmpwr. 11$ Nwlh Imlwn. In Vt, N*4 Niei. MMN b tmnkri t*m itMi I, MM TM>, IIM Nwlti tMiMw NfhMT. NMI4MWI, •M Mil aWoa n mt Un md p wpiwr wi M4f. ixm 11. I*^l. •• 10 •.m. m 111* N*r. CNVIH, N*4 f>Ht. UtMtni wiwR Mlwii M. • •tortMH, 4411 takMt AwMM, Im VsfM, H m iu Mill. Utl'0ir. NOTW* •Mtwwl Iwk, P.O. In 74M. IM V*tM. N*a4. MMa II hMhy thto MM I, INtf TM. IIW Nwiti IWMH Mlth>. Hi>i4iww, •rty MM^n. iw* 11. I*TI, •• lOt.m. •• I1W Nwlk IWMM NfliMy. Nwi4ww<<. WtlMMMltMrtftotakM. iMiiMt.ii, n, ifTt H-htm .}%. n, \fn f >. v'k AGENDA JUNE 19,1978 TKWP.M. HENDERSON CITY COUNCIL REGULAR NfEETING COUNCIL CHAMBER 243 WATER STREET I. CONFIRMATION OF POSTING II. CALL TO ORDER. ROLL CALL, PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE AND INVOCATION III. OPENING OF BIDS: 1. Providing Prefabricated Office Space of 750-1000 Sq. Feet to be located as an adjunct to City Hall at 243 Water Street. 2) Painting, Carpeting. Drapes, shades. Wall Coverings and Furniture items to be provided totally and in a Color-Design Coordinated Fashion for selected portions of City Hall. Proposal to include total provisions for materials and professional decorating services for the above. 3) Construction of a 10" water main crossing under U.P. Railroad and drainage structures at Dawson and Conestoga and at Wagonwheel and Boulder Highway. IV. APPROVAL OF MINUTES: Regular Meeting 5-15-78.'Regular Meeting 6-5-78; and Recessed Meeting 6-8-78. V. ACCEPTANCE OF AGENDA VI. UNFINISHED BUSINESS: 1. AUGMENTATION OF GENERAL FUND BUDGET 1977-78 a) Adoption of Resolution No. 586 • Augmentation due to Anticipated Resources in excess of amount Budgeted. 2. AUGMENTATION OF SPECIAL RECREATIN FUND BUDGET 1977-78 a) Adoption of Resolution No. 587 Augmentation due to Anticipated Resources in excess of that Budgeted and reciting appropriations to be Augmented. 3. ZONE CHANGE Approximately 20 acres in Section 33, T21S, R62E from R-R to TEH • Vera Love, President of Kathwend. RESOLUTION 4. Adopt Policy Moratorium to be called on all TE-H Zoning until Council has had an opportunity to investigate this type zoning and its affect on the Community. 5. LAND REQUEST Section 35, T22S, R61E Approximately 21.7 Acres Arby Alper Referred without recommendation from Committee. 6. AUTHORIZATION To drop Claim Against North Las Vegas In Suit resulting from Annexation which was declared unconstitutional to regain Revenue Lost • City Attorney. 7. AWARD OF BID • Backhoe VII. NEW BUSINESS: 1. PLANNING COMMISSION MINUTES June 7. 1978 a) Z-18-78 • ZONE CHANGE American Nevada Corp. From T-R (Mobile Home Park Residence) to R-1 (One Family Residence) Approximately 65 acres in Section 8. T22S. R62E Green Valley Property located north of the U.P. R.R. and east of Lamb Blvd. b) ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW Ad-Art Sign for Levi Strauss on Boulder Hwy. c) ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW Two Billboards for Old West Corp. on South Boulder Highway. d) TENTATIVE MAP Hacienda del Sol Units 2 and 3 George Smith & Co. Proposed development located in Section 33, T21S, R62E (South of Russell Road and West of Stephanie) Zoned for Trailer Estates with Horses. e) TENTATIVE MAP Heritage Place H.D. Lounsbury. National Heritage Corp. Located in Section 24, T22S, R63E west of Crestway adjacent to the developed area in Section 19. f) FINAL MAP • Eastminister Subdivision • Property Brokers, Las Vegas (Ed Hutchins) Located in Section 17, T22S, R63E. g) FINAL MAP • Henderson Foothills Lewis Homes • Engineers VTN Located in Section 27, T22S, R63E. h) FINAL MAPS -. Village Woods • AIca Engineering Located in Section 8, T22S, R63E: 1) Unit No. 2 2) Unit No. 3 i) RESUBDIVISION Block No. 10 • Henderson Townsite Subdivision Vacation of Alleyway prompted request, 2. REQUEST: R.L.Chastain, 14 Colorado Way • permission to serve liquor at the Civic Center Wedding Reception on July 1, 1978 from 6 to 11 P.M. Rental of the Room has been cleared through Parks and Recreation. 3. REQUEST: Dalby Shirley Pete Findley Oldsmobile Authorization by Council to hold a weekend sale of new Cars in Henderson. Discussion to include requirements, stipulations and locations. 4. REQUEST: Henderson Chamber of Commerce Waiver of Sidewalk requirements on 118 feet along Lake Mead Drive. 5. RESOLUTION Requesting Clark County Board of Commissioners to Apportion a share of the County General Fund to the City of Henderson as provided in the Henderson City Charter. 6. RESOLUTION • Approving the Applicatron for Funds for Improvements to Wells Park and Development of a Pittman School Park Site • Nevada State Park System. 7. AUTHORIZATION: To call for bids on Billing Forms Jerry Webster 8. AUTHORIZATION to enter into Agreement NLD. No. 4264 Covering Installation of a 12" VCF sewer line at Milepost 12.16, Boulder Branch, Henderson. Nevada • Fees involved $150.00 9. AUTHORIZATION • Qange Order No. 3 Contract 77-78 • 8 Victory Road Sewer Interceptor Increase of $3,511.07. 10. RECOMMENDATION: For Architect for Civic Center Plaza Study. It. REQUEST: Increase in Bailiffs Uniform Albwance • Judge Jensen 12. APPOINTMENT HENDERSON PUBUC IMPROVEMENT TRUST 13. APPROVAL • WARRANT REGISTER 14. SET COMMITTEE MEETING: Items: a) Discusskm of Fee Schedule b) Discusswn Annexation Request • Fleck Realty. 15. APPROVAL QF JOB DESCRIPTION • JUNIOR PLANNER • DRAFTSMAN, AND ASSIGNMENT TO WAGE SCALE. LEGAL NOTICE Inf rtn MM an^ •Mrm W lM kU4 k m ili< ky HMCHV CM at Mi NifM DM kWi oW to i^MMri M Jnmi m\mt4 pMkJy tflw HUOInf • Ito City Cmll W lw Oty •< Hw<. 4*fMn, N*v4 •) HM Ml*wlnt IliM, IIM* mni 4uH: an HAU HCOtM VAIHT tTCMAOl IWinNO, 7:00 p.m., WT 01 My. It/I, Cwndl Chirnkwi, HM4itw< Oty ItaH, 141 Ww St., Hwi4wiwi, Nwo4a. Tto< Wl CHy Ml, 141 Wtw StfMt, in tto City tl HM<4WW<, am4 Karaf* fawl^a^ ky tto City an4 wmtmfmnlU ky a tartlfiaJ itock ar aoaptaMa tallatatal In tto amawiM • H*a pawnt (1%) a> Ika tatal antwnl al Ito kM. mmit payaWa la tto CltvINan4>rMn *bMka4lnltawaltto I (lll k> < tto immm M UMt will to n^n* H Kmilak at Mt awn ai^anta, a ktatartaU ati4 Ukar Ian4 in tto amawnt a< nal lau Iton am kumkad ptrmO (100%) a< Ito cantiwtarf prka. 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^ Hcndcrton Hm N*w, Hndnen, Nvada fog^lO Henderson Its Economic History ,, llllRryclkn Vallir Sadvkh, a nottd Nevada hitterian, and a H*ndrMn rtudvnt tinea 19S4, tr*atd ewr rtadan with a most wni^M biranttnnial Mrit during 1976. Thit y*ar, th* hai roMarchtd the locol nwfapr filM and th arcKivM of Handanon'i Gty Hall, HM Chambor vf Commorct, and IMi, ta ^redwc* an •conomic hittory at Hnd*non from rti* firet day of incofporatian H Iha proMnt. part 54 of a series It was only February of 1969, and numerous methods of adding revenue to the city coffers had been put into motion, when City Manager George Charchalis appeared before the city council with a request for approval of a new budget that required $1,044,475 for the General Fund including the city's debt service. "For the 1970-71 budget period, Henderson could be in trouble financially unless something is done," Char chalis told the many spectators who crowded the council halls. "Thank God for you people who smoke," the city manager told his audience, "because the cigarette tax yields the city $330,000." However, Charchalis also told the residents of Henderson that their city had been estimated to have 14 percent of the population of the country. According to the water and sewer hook up records, this figure was high, and the official indication that when 1970 census would probably indicate that the city had only 7 percent of the county population, and as a result Henderson would suffer a loss of $180,000 in revenue Since one-third of the city's budget came from the cigarette and privilege tax, the loss would pose a serious problem for Henderson. In addition, the city was required to begin paying for the Southern Nevada Water Project at the amount of $44,000 per year plus $22,000 for operation and maintenance of the system. "We aren't going to panic," Charchalis said, "but this is something I feel the residents should understand." In view of this dire financial situation, city officials once again turned to BMI for a solution to their problems. Many of those who had only a tew months earlier endorsed a Charter that permitted the industrial complex to remain out of the city limits now changed their minds. In compliance with desires of the entire council, a bill, officially sponsored by the city of Henderson, was drafted and presented to the legislature. This bill would enable annexation of the four mile square plant complex onto the present Henderson city limits as soon as the law was passed and signed by the governor. "The multi million dollar complex will add two great features to the city's economy," one editor wrote. 'ONE, the increased ten million dollar valuation to the city's total property valuation giving it greater bonding capacity. And TWO. the additional ad valorum taxes the city will receive as a result on the annexation." The city, in turn, would supply fire and police services to the plants. In April, 1968, BDR S-2, a bill providing for. the proposed annexation was introduced in the State Legislature. But the move proved to be untimely. Another bill introduced by the Henderson delegation was a proposal to consolidate southern Nevada cities and entities into one super city, with the exception of Henderson and Boulder City. This move angered the North Las Vegas and Pahrump officials, and they used their floor strength to stop passage ofBDPSl. Nevertheless, "when the vote was taken on April 15, the Assembly passed the bill with a majority of 27 to 8. The jubilation felt by Henderson officials following the Assembly vote was only temporary. The Senate Committee that studied the bill refused to vote it out on the fioor for a general vote. The Committee Chairman stated that he felt this was a Clark County matter and not one for the legislature. "If Henderson really wanted annexation of the plants," he said, "they could amend their charter to include annexation, and abide by the county annexation procedures that had been adopted just a few months earlier." WINNERS OF THE NAME AND COLOR THE VAN CONTESTBen Stepmin, right, owner of Ben StepoMn Dodge, presented a check for S2S to Teresa Needham for her fini place winning van in the conleit sponsored by the Parks and Recrcatka Dcpt. Also pictured are NkrU Kniger, left, and Jackie Stafford, second priic wtaucn who received free swim pastes to either local swimming pool. Not pktored was Tammi Wilcock, also a second prize winner. THDU) PUCE WINNERS-Winning third ptMct h the MM and color that van cMlMt were, bom Mt in tnmU Brian Ford, Deaaoa Cuaey, Letter Bargcr, AMOB HaMMrand Phfl WaOen. Standing In iMck arc Lka Dodd, Dcaettc Goualet and JaaaMa Geualet. These chlidrea rccched change pnnct with key chaint. K TENNIS ANYONE? Yes, there will be tennis classes offered to the people of Henderson, both young and old. The Henderson Recreation Department had previously announced classes would be held but due to un. foreseen circumstances, these classes were not able to be made available. However, starting June ^6 the first session for juniors and adults will get underway and last through July 28. Ten hours of instruction will be offered twice a week for a five week period. Beginning players in the junior category, ages 10 to 18, will be held on Mondays and Wednesdays from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. A class for intermediates and advanced players in the same age group will be held from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. on the same days. There will be a $12.50 fee and the classes are limited to 12 students. The adult classes will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays ft-om 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. for beginners and f^om 9:30 to 10:30 for intermediates and advanced players. There will also be classes for those who work during the day fVom 8 to 9 p.m. and from 9 to 10 p.m. on either Mondays and Wednesdays or Tuesdays and Thursdays. The adult class fee is $15.50 per session and is also limited to 12 persons. More classes will be implemented if there is a demand for them. You might ask what can I expect from these sessions. All facets of the game are covered in the five week sessions. Backhand, forehand, volleys, overheads, service, easy short isometric exercises for warm up and game strategy, just to mention a few. Plus you will be getting a real bargain for a game that will enrich your life in so many ways for so many years. You couldn't ask for so much for so little! Do I have to be a good player? The answer is no. Anyone in reasonably good health and with the desire can take the sessions from rank beginners to advanced players, social and serious players. Age is no barrier. Do I need any special equipment? All you need are rubber soled sneakers, a racquet, plus cool and unrestricting clothing. You might bring a small < towel and hat for more comfortable wear. And should you need a racquet, talk with us about it and maybe we can work something out. Why attend a tennis clinic? There are several good answers to this question and one reason is that it provides good exercise. The sessions are scheduled during the cooler hours of the day and it is an excellent vvay to take a break trom weekly monotonous routines. It is a good way to meet new acquaintances and possible tennis mates plus you have the fun of learning a life long sport and best of all, it is very inexpensive in comparison to private or semi • private lessons. And this is just the beginning. The Henderson Recreation Dept has great things in store for you with this sport such as junior and adult leagues, year round classes, social functions,, tournaments along with a special goal of developing top players. To do all this, we need you. Give us your ideas, help us grow. Registration for the first session may be made at the Recreation Dept. office at 201 Lead Street in the Civic Center or call 565 8921, Ext. 32 for further information. Re-Zoning In Sec. 33 Approved Following a 59 minute discussion, the City Council made a recommendation to approve a zone change for 20 acres of land in Section 33 from residential rural to Trailer Estates with horses at the same time approving a moratorim on all future TE-H zoning until they have had an opportunity to adapt uniform growth standards. City Manager Bob Campbell, Planning Director Bob Gordon and Public Safety Director Robert Anselmo all voiced their objections to the zone change. "The TE-H zone apparently does not exist for a number of reasons," said Campbell, referring to the fact that Henderson appears to be the only entity to have such a zoning. 'No one knows what these areas look like and I would like to see some developed first." The areas, which was requested for re zoning by Vera Love, president of Kathwend of Las Vegas, is located north of Sunset Road. An adjacent parcel of 20 acres has already been zoned TE-H and is under construction while yet another 40 acre parcel in the same area was similarly rezoned in January of this year. Anselmo expressed concern over the problem of providing public safety to the remote area. "I do have to go along with the remoteness of the area and response time," said Councilman Phil Stout, "but they are building mobile homes better than they used to." "It is the combination of the two," replied Anselmo. "...not only the trailers but the construction of the corrals. And there is no access to the equestrian area ... we woudd have to go acrss private property plus we must leave the city limits to get to it." Mayor Lorin Williams based his objections on the fact that there are other trailer areas in Henderson already zoned. "We have our share of trailers now. There are 1000 lots already zoned but no rush has been made to fill that space ... just more requests for rezoning of land for trailers." Councilman Carlton Lawrence said we would be seeing a much greater use of trailers as time goes by. "Because of the high cost of single dwelling homes we have to face up to having more trailers around with the help of the legislature. The ad valoreum tax just doesn't cut it." Gordon said he was concerned not only with the problem of providing public safety, in the way of fire and police protection, but also "concern for the tax return on the property due to the nature of the dwelling." Senator Mel Close, speaking for the developer, said they were impressed by Henderson and this development would offer a desireable life style. The lots would be one half acre in size with between 35 to 40 spaces. "It won't be overloading the property and there would be large trailers, not little ones. It hasn't caused a problem in the county," he concluded. City Attorney Kent Dawson pointed out that the council has to give a valid reason for refusing to re zone the land and suggested the adoption of uniform standards for controlled growth. The approval was given with a resolution of intent for six months with roads for public safety to get in. "If they don't sUrt, they'll lose it," said Stout, "but people shouldn't be restricted to trailer parks." Final action on the re • zoning will take place at the next regular city council meeting Monday, June 10. Thuftdoy,Jon15, 1978 49 K>UNI>ER • M.C. Martinaz of 34 Brown Strttt it shown holding o 49-% lb. ttriptd bast ht caught of BullKod City using anchovits for bait. It is btlitvtd his bats ii th stcond largest caught In th ttott to dote. Basic Class of 1968 Looks For Members The Basic high school class of 1968 is planning its ten-year reunion for Aug. 12 and 13, but have been unable to notify a number of their classmates and are seeking addresses. Anyone having information about any of the people listed below have been asked to contact Marion Duffey Armour at 293-3200 or Kitty Deyo English at 565-6259. Missing classmates include Gene Johnson, Devon McAllister, Lorretta Roundtrce, Carolyn Rhoades. Orpheus Moats, Rudy Miranda. David James Miller, Robert Russell, Gabby Sanchez, Donald Sparks, Germund Thompson, Victoria Windecker, Steve Rose. Devon Neilson, Sheldon Gark. Joseph Stockman, Douglas Swinney, Linda Gark. Dorcne Willis. Vickie Johnson, Kathy Larsen, June Lawson. Phillip Lutz, Joan McDonald, Carol Mace, Beth Mailory. Percy Marshall, Donna McKee, Kathy Miller, Cherry Moore Alvers, Greg Mooring. Mark Murray. John Nicholas, Carol Phillips Stearman, Loma Phillips. Bill Purcell, Francisco Jose Agualo, Mary Jane Allred, Carmen Alvarez. Paula Barney, Vickie Ciayson Barton, Dennis Braun, Mary Bryan, Laura Bush, Michael Bushong. Fred Cossins, Lynne Deane, Frank Garretty, Laurel DePeal, Jordon Dodd. Ray Famsworth, Sharon Francis, Gary Foote, Keith Foote. Armida Gutierrez. Dave Hacker. Linda Hall. Jerry Harper. Penny Harsha. Terry Heard. Kristi Johns. Janet Simmons, Mike Stevens, Eddie Stevens, Norris Stepenson. Ray Stolworthy, Patty True Gorking. Eddie Valdez, Vickie Vogeic, Charlenc Wesson. Shirley White, Vem Williams. Donald Wolfe. Charles Brose. Lester Charles Burgwardt 111. Richard Jay Carey. Joseph Jay Hohon. A meeting of the committee for the reunion will be held Monday. June 19 at 7 p.m. at the home of Lana Hardy Cole. 4580 Powell Ave.. Las Vegas. Anyone interested is invited to attend. For further information call 458-^27. Fire Hydront Testing Schedule The Henderson Fire Department will continue its flow testing and flushing of hydrants on the following dates in the areas of town as indicated: On Saturday, June 17, 1978, the testing will take place in the Paradise Country Club and Green Valley area. On Tuesday, June 20, 1978, the testing will take place South of Horizon from Greenway east to Arrowhead. Residents in these areas that are being flow tested may experience a temporary silt or clouding condition in the water which ma^ damage clothes being washed, so it might be in the best interest to post pone wash days in these areas during the Howl period. First Southern Baptist Bible School The First Southern Baptist Church, located on Chollt Street, has announced that their Vacatkm Bible School will be held August 7 through II for children ages five through high school. For further information call 565-6072. h HtndfSM Horn* Mows and Bowldsr City News Murray end Becky Snow Wash Dishes for Big Crowd Pogcll Thursdoy, June 15, 1971 Photographers numbering into a dozen were snapping pictures right and left at last UkeMeod Publicotion Flowering Plants of the Lake Mead Region is a publication now available at the Park Service headquarters in Boulder City and at the Alan Bible Visitor Center near Boulder Beach. This long awaited publication covers 121 of our local wildfiowers in full color. The booklet was the result of the combined writing efforts of Botonist James S. Holland, former Park Naturalist Russell Grater, and Park Naturalist Dave Huntzinger. Concer Clinic The Clark Courfty Health District has scheduled a cervical cancer screening slinic for women at St. Rose de Lima Hospital on Friday, July 16. The Clinic, located on the second floor, will run from 9:30 a.m. until 2 p.mt It is necessary to phone for an appointment 385-1291. The exam includes a pap test, pelvic and breast' exams and is offered free to women over 18. Stephen Springer Breaks Arm Roller Skatinq Saturday's 50th wedding anniversary celebration for Murl and Edith Emory. Hostess of the punch bowl, Perle Garrett made sure pictures were taken of her two • time. Sports, picnics,* • and swim parties arei more of a lure thani working around thef I I I I house. But if a not sonice day dawns, take advantage of it to perform a home safety check. • Do you use gasoline for lawn mower, or for a boat? Be sure it's stored • in a safety can. Keep • fuel levels in appliances low. and drain the gas compartments when the items are not in use for a time. If newspapers and other combustibles pile up, take the time tr f k clear them away. All i' I takes is one spark tt y make bad trouble. Home repairs and other workbench ac tivities oAen leave be hind rags saturated with oil. solvents, and thinners. Keep them in a tightly closed metal container. Better yet, throw them away. I I Cooling fans should be oiled periodically and serviced annually to • ensure good working order. If you have a fireplace, the chimney should be inspected ^ occasionally. Your vigilance will keep your home and family safe. You'll feel • Mfer yet with adequate insurance to back you up. Talk it over with the experts at LaPorta In% lurance Agency, 1515 East Tropicana No. 200, Las Vegai, Nevada 109Jbone 73^7441. ^ U Porto jj Insurance good friends who were helping out in the kitchen. Becky and Murray Snow washed punch glasses and cake plates from 1 to 4 p.m. and never stopped smiling. The delicious cakes were baked by goodie professional Mrs. Rose Stubbs. All the above hard workers had a wonderful time they said! Having just purchased a new pair of roller skates, having considered himself in top form because of bowling and a home exercise regime, having dieted and lost weight until his waist is two sizes smaller, veteran roller skater Stephen Springer, teacher tt Burkholder Jr. High in Henderson, had just entered the rink, at Playland in Las Vegas and was feeling very adept and professional when ... whamo! one skate touched the other and down went S.P. in an awkward fall that landed him on one arm which is now encased in a double cast Dr. John Connolly performed the mend and didn't seem alarmed when our hero said he was going skating again this weekend Albertsons 24Hours To antor miNt b II yrs. AGU SWEEPSnWESI intqsto be .given awav in.th 7 weeks In Las Vegas Only! Meat Manager's Specials Produce manager's Specials AlbcrtMna kSuprtmc Betf Lokt If hole Top lirloin Save (8lMk...l^' I LM Water. UMtd. Whole Bbneless ims. Save (HHMM, Ubeftsofls Suprtm* 4. Large End eef Rib mji Roast ._. .J.b. SwHTt Butterball, ; QrMt For B.B.Q. lunior urkeys. Hotly Farma Ortd*-A'* tv IV Best-0-Fryer FrotMi. Jumbo sin j. -^ Rock Lobster Tails --•;•! 'o'" ,JLb. Contain*: 3 Braaal w/Rlba 2 Wlnoa, a Drum*. 2 Thigh* .,. • tss*nsie*itsasassntaitaieU9* vmt FraahSwaat Ripe Cantaloupe Mangoes Lb. 0 QoMan Ripe Bananas Ea. Swaat FraahTandar Spinach Honeydew ^^^Melons .Lb. Ea. Grocery Manager's Specials Manager's Frozen Specials Deli Manager's Specials JMILM14-C Vegetables CiK Com, Mil Va P*MMPM(tCrr*li Cti m i, l iMini. M pi f wl OIHBoy Pizza TrMtwMl Orange Juice 11-M. 59 59 79 0 0 Cream Pies • fMM.ChM. $129 Lunch MeaU MMl LM, H Mf VlflMw.... I KrM. SHM*. 0*luM CtalM American Cheese Pillsbury Biscuits Beef Franks 58 OrSwiM ki Bisa8"AA'Eggs Doi. Chris & Pitts Bar B.Qa Sauce Happy Time Beverages All rVarlatia* Caaa of 24 ...43.21 Ragular, HIdiory or Hot 23-ox. Albertsons Potato Cliips> nit CAO ••oz. iTIrtsons Hamburger or "Not Dog Buns 8 Pack %0 For B Banquet Fried Chiclcen Napliins.... met 06^ # Paper Plates ..c.98^ • KamCups .,c.98* l^j SJSier Sills ^9B 0 Alumninum Foil ^...D9^ ^pSted Olives ..65* _^_ (MM. Hwnburto w HM Dog m^^ 0 Heinz Relish ..^.45^ ^ *g Otai. 0. iHa Si 99 Liquor Manager's Specials Kamctiatiu $C99 Vodica „.. 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^ Hcndcrton Hm N*w, Hndnen, Nvada fog^lO Henderson Its Economic History ,, llllRryclkn Vallir Sadvkh, a nottd Nevada hitterian, and a H*ndrMn rtudvnt tinea 19S4, tr*atd ewr rtadan with a most wni^M biranttnnial Mrit during 1976. Thit y*ar, th* hai roMarchtd the locol nwfapr filM and th arcKivM of Handanon'i Gty Hall, HM Chambor vf Commorct, and IMi, ta ^redwc* an •conomic hittory at Hnd*non from rti* firet day of incofporatian H Iha proMnt. part 54 of a series It was only February of 1969, and numerous methods of adding revenue to the city coffers had been put into motion, when City Manager George Charchalis appeared before the city council with a request for approval of a new budget that required $1,044,475 for the General Fund including the city's debt service. "For the 1970-71 budget period, Henderson could be in trouble financially unless something is done," Char chalis told the many spectators who crowded the council halls. "Thank God for you people who smoke," the city manager told his audience, "because the cigarette tax yields the city $330,000." However, Charchalis also told the residents of Henderson that their city had been estimated to have 14 percent of the population of the country. According to the water and sewer hook up records, this figure was high, and the official indication that when 1970 census would probably indicate that the city had only 7 percent of the county population, and as a result Henderson would suffer a loss of $180,000 in revenue Since one-third of the city's budget came from the cigarette and privilege tax, the loss would pose a serious problem for Henderson. In addition, the city was required to begin paying for the Southern Nevada Water Project at the amount of $44,000 per year plus $22,000 for operation and maintenance of the system. "We aren't going to panic," Charchalis said, "but this is something I feel the residents should understand." In view of this dire financial situation, city officials once again turned to BMI for a solution to their problems. Many of those who had only a tew months earlier endorsed a Charter that permitted the industrial complex to remain out of the city limits now changed their minds. In compliance with desires of the entire council, a bill, officially sponsored by the city of Henderson, was drafted and presented to the legislature. This bill would enable annexation of the four mile square plant complex onto the present Henderson city limits as soon as the law was passed and signed by the governor. "The multi million dollar complex will add two great features to the city's economy," one editor wrote. 'ONE, the increased ten million dollar valuation to the city's total property valuation giving it greater bonding capacity. And TWO. the additional ad valorum taxes the city will receive as a result on the annexation." The city, in turn, would supply fire and police services to the plants. In April, 1968, BDR S-2, a bill providing for. the proposed annexation was introduced in the State Legislature. But the move proved to be untimely. Another bill introduced by the Henderson delegation was a proposal to consolidate southern Nevada cities and entities into one super city, with the exception of Henderson and Boulder City. This move angered the North Las Vegas and Pahrump officials, and they used their floor strength to stop passage ofBDPSl. Nevertheless, "when the vote was taken on April 15, the Assembly passed the bill with a majority of 27 to 8. The jubilation felt by Henderson officials following the Assembly vote was only temporary. The Senate Committee that studied the bill refused to vote it out on the fioor for a general vote. The Committee Chairman stated that he felt this was a Clark County matter and not one for the legislature. "If Henderson really wanted annexation of the plants," he said, "they could amend their charter to include annexation, and abide by the county annexation procedures that had been adopted just a few months earlier." WINNERS OF THE NAME AND COLOR THE VAN CONTESTBen Stepmin, right, owner of Ben StepoMn Dodge, presented a check for S2S to Teresa Needham for her fini place winning van in the conleit sponsored by the Parks and Recrcatka Dcpt. Also pictured are NkrU Kniger, left, and Jackie Stafford, second priic wtaucn who received free swim pastes to either local swimming pool. Not pktored was Tammi Wilcock, also a second prize winner. THDU) PUCE WINNERS-Winning third ptMct h the MM and color that van cMlMt were, bom Mt in tnmU Brian Ford, Deaaoa Cuaey, Letter Bargcr, AMOB HaMMrand Phfl WaOen. Standing In iMck arc Lka Dodd, Dcaettc Goualet and JaaaMa Geualet. These chlidrea rccched change pnnct with key chaint. K TENNIS ANYONE? Yes, there will be tennis classes offered to the people of Henderson, both young and old. The Henderson Recreation Department had previously announced classes would be held but due to un. foreseen circumstances, these classes were not able to be made available. However, starting June ^6 the first session for juniors and adults will get underway and last through July 28. Ten hours of instruction will be offered twice a week for a five week period. Beginning players in the junior category, ages 10 to 18, will be held on Mondays and Wednesdays from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. A class for intermediates and advanced players in the same age group will be held from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. on the same days. There will be a $12.50 fee and the classes are limited to 12 students. The adult classes will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays ft-om 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. for beginners and f^om 9:30 to 10:30 for intermediates and advanced players. There will also be classes for those who work during the day fVom 8 to 9 p.m. and from 9 to 10 p.m. on either Mondays and Wednesdays or Tuesdays and Thursdays. The adult class fee is $15.50 per session and is also limited to 12 persons. More classes will be implemented if there is a demand for them. You might ask what can I expect from these sessions. All facets of the game are covered in the five week sessions. Backhand, forehand, volleys, overheads, service, easy short isometric exercises for warm up and game strategy, just to mention a few. Plus you will be getting a real bargain for a game that will enrich your life in so many ways for so many years. You couldn't ask for so much for so little! Do I have to be a good player? The answer is no. Anyone in reasonably good health and with the desire can take the sessions from rank beginners to advanced players, social and serious players. Age is no barrier. Do I need any special equipment? All you need are rubber soled sneakers, a racquet, plus cool and unrestricting clothing. You might bring a small < towel and hat for more comfortable wear. And should you need a racquet, talk with us about it and maybe we can work something out. Why attend a tennis clinic? There are several good answers to this question and one reason is that it provides good exercise. The sessions are scheduled during the cooler hours of the day and it is an excellent vvay to take a break trom weekly monotonous routines. It is a good way to meet new acquaintances and possible tennis mates plus you have the fun of learning a life long sport and best of all, it is very inexpensive in comparison to private or semi • private lessons. And this is just the beginning. The Henderson Recreation Dept has great things in store for you with this sport such as junior and adult leagues, year round classes, social functions,, tournaments along with a special goal of developing top players. To do all this, we need you. Give us your ideas, help us grow. Registration for the first session may be made at the Recreation Dept. office at 201 Lead Street in the Civic Center or call 565 8921, Ext. 32 for further information. Re-Zoning In Sec. 33 Approved Following a 59 minute discussion, the City Council made a recommendation to approve a zone change for 20 acres of land in Section 33 from residential rural to Trailer Estates with horses at the same time approving a moratorim on all future TE-H zoning until they have had an opportunity to adapt uniform growth standards. City Manager Bob Campbell, Planning Director Bob Gordon and Public Safety Director Robert Anselmo all voiced their objections to the zone change. "The TE-H zone apparently does not exist for a number of reasons," said Campbell, referring to the fact that Henderson appears to be the only entity to have such a zoning. 'No one knows what these areas look like and I would like to see some developed first." The areas, which was requested for re zoning by Vera Love, president of Kathwend of Las Vegas, is located north of Sunset Road. An adjacent parcel of 20 acres has already been zoned TE-H and is under construction while yet another 40 acre parcel in the same area was similarly rezoned in January of this year. Anselmo expressed concern over the problem of providing public safety to the remote area. "I do have to go along with the remoteness of the area and response time," said Councilman Phil Stout, "but they are building mobile homes better than they used to." "It is the combination of the two," replied Anselmo. "...not only the trailers but the construction of the corrals. And there is no access to the equestrian area ... we woudd have to go acrss private property plus we must leave the city limits to get to it." Mayor Lorin Williams based his objections on the fact that there are other trailer areas in Henderson already zoned. "We have our share of trailers now. There are 1000 lots already zoned but no rush has been made to fill that space ... just more requests for rezoning of land for trailers." Councilman Carlton Lawrence said we would be seeing a much greater use of trailers as time goes by. "Because of the high cost of single dwelling homes we have to face up to having more trailers around with the help of the legislature. The ad valoreum tax just doesn't cut it." Gordon said he was concerned not only with the problem of providing public safety, in the way of fire and police protection, but also "concern for the tax return on the property due to the nature of the dwelling." Senator Mel Close, speaking for the developer, said they were impressed by Henderson and this development would offer a desireable life style. The lots would be one half acre in size with between 35 to 40 spaces. "It won't be overloading the property and there would be large trailers, not little ones. It hasn't caused a problem in the county," he concluded. City Attorney Kent Dawson pointed out that the council has to give a valid reason for refusing to re zone the land and suggested the adoption of uniform standards for controlled growth. The approval was given with a resolution of intent for six months with roads for public safety to get in. "If they don't sUrt, they'll lose it," said Stout, "but people shouldn't be restricted to trailer parks." Final action on the re • zoning will take place at the next regular city council meeting Monday, June 10. Thuftdoy,Jon15, 1978 49 K>UNI>ER • M.C. Martinaz of 34 Brown Strttt it shown holding o 49-% lb. ttriptd bast ht caught of BullKod City using anchovits for bait. It is btlitvtd his bats ii th stcond largest caught In th ttott to dote. Basic Class of 1968 Looks For Members The Basic high school class of 1968 is planning its ten-year reunion for Aug. 12 and 13, but have been unable to notify a number of their classmates and are seeking addresses. Anyone having information about any of the people listed below have been asked to contact Marion Duffey Armour at 293-3200 or Kitty Deyo English at 565-6259. Missing classmates include Gene Johnson, Devon McAllister, Lorretta Roundtrce, Carolyn Rhoades. Orpheus Moats, Rudy Miranda. David James Miller, Robert Russell, Gabby Sanchez, Donald Sparks, Germund Thompson, Victoria Windecker, Steve Rose. Devon Neilson, Sheldon Gark. Joseph Stockman, Douglas Swinney, Linda Gark. Dorcne Willis. Vickie Johnson, Kathy Larsen, June Lawson. Phillip Lutz, Joan McDonald, Carol Mace, Beth Mailory. Percy Marshall, Donna McKee, Kathy Miller, Cherry Moore Alvers, Greg Mooring. Mark Murray. John Nicholas, Carol Phillips Stearman, Loma Phillips. Bill Purcell, Francisco Jose Agualo, Mary Jane Allred, Carmen Alvarez. Paula Barney, Vickie Ciayson Barton, Dennis Braun, Mary Bryan, Laura Bush, Michael Bushong. Fred Cossins, Lynne Deane, Frank Garretty, Laurel DePeal, Jordon Dodd. Ray Famsworth, Sharon Francis, Gary Foote, Keith Foote. Armida Gutierrez. Dave Hacker. Linda Hall. Jerry Harper. Penny Harsha. Terry Heard. Kristi Johns. Janet Simmons, Mike Stevens, Eddie Stevens, Norris Stepenson. Ray Stolworthy, Patty True Gorking. Eddie Valdez, Vickie Vogeic, Charlenc Wesson. Shirley White, Vem Williams. Donald Wolfe. Charles Brose. Lester Charles Burgwardt 111. Richard Jay Carey. Joseph Jay Hohon. A meeting of the committee for the reunion will be held Monday. June 19 at 7 p.m. at the home of Lana Hardy Cole. 4580 Powell Ave.. Las Vegas. Anyone interested is invited to attend. For further information call 458-^27. Fire Hydront Testing Schedule The Henderson Fire Department will continue its flow testing and flushing of hydrants on the following dates in the areas of town as indicated: On Saturday, June 17, 1978, the testing will take place in the Paradise Country Club and Green Valley area. On Tuesday, June 20, 1978, the testing will take place South of Horizon from Greenway east to Arrowhead. Residents in these areas that are being flow tested may experience a temporary silt or clouding condition in the water which ma^ damage clothes being washed, so it might be in the best interest to post pone wash days in these areas during the Howl period. First Southern Baptist Bible School The First Southern Baptist Church, located on Chollt Street, has announced that their Vacatkm Bible School will be held August 7 through II for children ages five through high school. For further information call 565-6072. h HtndfSM Horn* Mows and Bowldsr City News Murray end Becky Snow Wash Dishes for Big Crowd Pogcll Thursdoy, June 15, 1971 Photographers numbering into a dozen were snapping pictures right and left at last UkeMeod Publicotion Flowering Plants of the Lake Mead Region is a publication now available at the Park Service headquarters in Boulder City and at the Alan Bible Visitor Center near Boulder Beach. This long awaited publication covers 121 of our local wildfiowers in full color. The booklet was the result of the combined writing efforts of Botonist James S. Holland, former Park Naturalist Russell Grater, and Park Naturalist Dave Huntzinger. Concer Clinic The Clark Courfty Health District has scheduled a cervical cancer screening slinic for women at St. Rose de Lima Hospital on Friday, July 16. The Clinic, located on the second floor, will run from 9:30 a.m. until 2 p.mt It is necessary to phone for an appointment 385-1291. The exam includes a pap test, pelvic and breast' exams and is offered free to women over 18. Stephen Springer Breaks Arm Roller Skatinq Saturday's 50th wedding anniversary celebration for Murl and Edith Emory. Hostess of the punch bowl, Perle Garrett made sure pictures were taken of her two • time. Sports, picnics,* • and swim parties arei more of a lure thani working around thef I I I I house. But if a not sonice day dawns, take advantage of it to perform a home safety check. • Do you use gasoline for lawn mower, or for a boat? Be sure it's stored • in a safety can. Keep • fuel levels in appliances low. and drain the gas compartments when the items are not in use for a time. If newspapers and other combustibles pile up, take the time tr f k clear them away. All i' I takes is one spark tt y make bad trouble. Home repairs and other workbench ac tivities oAen leave be hind rags saturated with oil. solvents, and thinners. Keep them in a tightly closed metal container. Better yet, throw them away. I I Cooling fans should be oiled periodically and serviced annually to • ensure good working order. If you have a fireplace, the chimney should be inspected ^ occasionally. Your vigilance will keep your home and family safe. You'll feel • Mfer yet with adequate insurance to back you up. Talk it over with the experts at LaPorta In% lurance Agency, 1515 East Tropicana No. 200, Las Vegai, Nevada 109Jbone 73^7441. ^ U Porto jj Insurance good friends who were helping out in the kitchen. Becky and Murray Snow washed punch glasses and cake plates from 1 to 4 p.m. and never stopped smiling. The delicious cakes were baked by goodie professional Mrs. Rose Stubbs. All the above hard workers had a wonderful time they said! Having just purchased a new pair of roller skates, having considered himself in top form because of bowling and a home exercise regime, having dieted and lost weight until his waist is two sizes smaller, veteran roller skater Stephen Springer, teacher tt Burkholder Jr. High in Henderson, had just entered the rink, at Playland in Las Vegas and was feeling very adept and professional when ... whamo! one skate touched the other and down went S.P. in an awkward fall that landed him on one arm which is now encased in a double cast Dr. John Connolly performed the mend and didn't seem alarmed when our hero said he was going skating again this weekend Albertsons 24Hours To antor miNt b II yrs. AGU SWEEPSnWESI intqsto be .given awav in.th 7 weeks In Las Vegas Only! Meat Manager's Specials Produce manager's Specials AlbcrtMna kSuprtmc Betf Lokt If hole Top lirloin Save (8lMk...l^' I LM Water. UMtd. Whole Bbneless ims. Save (HHMM, Ubeftsofls Suprtm* 4. Large End eef Rib mji Roast ._. .J.b. SwHTt Butterball, ; QrMt For B.B.Q. lunior urkeys. Hotly Farma Ortd*-A'* tv IV Best-0-Fryer FrotMi. Jumbo sin j. -^ Rock Lobster Tails --•;•! 'o'" ,JLb. Contain*: 3 Braaal w/Rlba 2 Wlnoa, a Drum*. 2 Thigh* .,. • tss*nsie*itsasassntaitaieU9* vmt FraahSwaat Ripe Cantaloupe Mangoes Lb. 0 QoMan Ripe Bananas Ea. Swaat FraahTandar Spinach Honeydew ^^^Melons .Lb. Ea. Grocery Manager's Specials Manager's Frozen Specials Deli Manager's Specials JMILM14-C Vegetables CiK Com, Mil Va P*MMPM(tCrr*li Cti m i, l iMini. M pi f wl OIHBoy Pizza TrMtwMl Orange Juice 11-M. 59 59 79 0 0 Cream Pies • fMM.ChM. $129 Lunch MeaU MMl LM, H Mf VlflMw.... I KrM. SHM*. 0*luM CtalM American Cheese Pillsbury Biscuits Beef Franks 58 OrSwiM ki Bisa8"AA'Eggs Doi. Chris & Pitts Bar B.Qa Sauce Happy Time Beverages All rVarlatia* Caaa of 24 ...43.21 Ragular, HIdiory or Hot 23-ox. Albertsons Potato Cliips> nit CAO ••oz. iTIrtsons Hamburger or "Not Dog Buns 8 Pack %0 For B Banquet Fried Chiclcen Napliins.... met 06^ # Paper Plates ..c.98^ • KamCups .,c.98* l^j SJSier Sills ^9B 0 Alumninum Foil ^...D9^ ^pSted Olives ..65* _^_ (MM. Hwnburto w HM Dog m^^ 0 Heinz Relish ..^.45^ ^ *g Otai. 0. iHa Si 99 Liquor Manager's Specials Kamctiatiu $C99 Vodica „.. U House of Stuart Scotch $^88 0Mrt 4 Montezuma Tequila $^77 4 Seagrams $C49 7-Crown...... il UmVkm%.\)mmlm. lia.rl ShavaCrMM. ^Albertsons Your Kind Of Low Prices PrICM Efftctivt June 15-21, 1978 • ExpTMS Check LIM Ahvayt Opn • Wt Accept USDA Food Stamp* • Open 24 Heurae Monty Ordors Avaiiabif Items It rtqmiM lo to reMity ivmitM lo' MKII01 tow* lly lOwriistd piice m ecfi Altortson % sloie tcepl spcil>ully noled >n ihii tt RiUNCNICX Jlfivt lo **i* on hjnfl suNicieni stock ol KMIIISM mercftindiit II lor jny itt son • (e out o< sioc j RAIN MCK .III De ifiued uMn you to buy IV item it the *dvtn>sM pfice js toon It n becomes KMUM Oiv Low Prices bring you in.Our People bring you boii.

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Mn^ w w Mm Nwt on^ lvldr City Ntw Nflcll TKwndy, Jwn IS, If71 Levis ( Henderson congratulates Levi Strauss on their Grand Opening in Henderson HanJtrten Horn* Ntwt ond Buldr City Nwi Ngl3 l^^w'-'!}:. •4>V> •M ''-^-Aaf*^ .u ^nkiz^ AL ^/ M .'" • >i Thank You 41 Glad To Have You J.A. TIBERTI Construction Company, Inc. With Us In Nevada Best Wishes &Mttch Success In The Future** CATELLO TILE COMPANY INC. 1208 S. Highland Drive Las Vegas 385-1174 • BBMoeeoaoeooaeoeeaeaoaooaeaoa* looaooaaoaaoooeoeoi "Since 1950" C0nGR/lTUL/1TI0ri9 TO Levi I ^TR/1U99 FROM R. G. P/IRk GLCCTRIC 3350 WYNN RD., IAS VEGAS naapaoaaaaoMaaaaaaoM Levis Bob & Jim Park loeaaeaaoaeoaoaaaaaaoeaaoaaaaaaai Congratulations Levi Strauss^ For another Great Adventure in Free Enterprise WESTERN STATES CAULKING CO. 33 SOUTH, 630 EAST \mm, UTAH Serving Southern Nevada WeEciwceia 0(1/1 (Mea. BILL DALEY MASONRY 4608 PARADISE RD^ SUITE 5 735^77 SAT R£NTAU, INC. 2771S. Industrial Rd. Las Uegas Congratulations to LeMi Strauss for coming to Nevada. It upas our pleasure to furnish much of the Building Equipment waaaaoooaoom \ vaaaaaaaamaauaoaa 4 ,•:• /> /. h

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Mn^ w w Mm Nwt on^ lvldr City Ntw Nflcll TKwndy, Jwn IS, If71 Levis ( Henderson congratulates Levi Strauss on their Grand Opening in Henderson HanJtrten Horn* Ntwt ond Buldr City Nwi Ngl3 l^^w'-'!}:. •4>V> •M ''-^-Aaf*^ .u ^nkiz^ AL ^/ M .'" • >i Thank You 41 Glad To Have You J.A. TIBERTI Construction Company, Inc. With Us In Nevada Best Wishes &Mttch Success In The Future** CATELLO TILE COMPANY INC. 1208 S. Highland Drive Las Vegas 385-1174 • BBMoeeoaoeooaeoeeaeaoaooaeaoa* looaooaaoaaoooeoeoi "Since 1950" C0nGR/lTUL/1TI0ri9 TO Levi I ^TR/1U99 FROM R. G. P/IRk GLCCTRIC 3350 WYNN RD., IAS VEGAS naapaoaaaaoMaaaaaaoM Levis Bob & Jim Park loeaaeaaoaeoaoaaaaaaoeaaoaaaaaaai Congratulations Levi Strauss^ For another Great Adventure in Free Enterprise WESTERN STATES CAULKING CO. 33 SOUTH, 630 EAST \mm, UTAH Serving Southern Nevada WeEciwceia 0(1/1 (Mea. BILL DALEY MASONRY 4608 PARADISE RD^ SUITE 5 735^77 SAT R£NTAU, INC. 2771S. Industrial Rd. Las Uegas Congratulations to LeMi Strauss for coming to Nevada. It upas our pleasure to furnish much of the Building Equipment waaaaoooaoom \ vaaaaaaaamaauaoaa 4 ,•:• /> /. h

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f : • mmmmm Henderson Homo News and Keulder City Newt Thursday, June IS, 197S fogeM Thdnhoy-rorpii4fih3 Editor's Note: It isn't toe often the NEWS receives a thank yew, and hardly one as nice as this one. Kevin was one of the dancers in the Chester T. Sewell elementory Khool square dance group that was featured in the Home News. We couldn't resist putting in his "thank you." NEW MEMBERS Hal Ober, left, president of the Las Vegas division of U.S. Homes, and Hal Smith, of Burrows, Smith and Company of Nevada, were welcomed by president Duane Laubach as new members of the Chamber of Commerce. Levis wooooeoeoaaM npoeof Grand Opening Friday, June 16,1978 Congratulations on becoming a part of a progressiMe industrial area SILUEft STATE PLUMBING 3347 S. Highland Suite 306 Las Vegas m "'w^"*"" "•*• • ^ •!*• City Nnn Poga IS l",";; 7""W?"'V. DumoiKl JimB„j, „.„„, Sn ,5 1'" """ "'* I" Pl.il bicycK worth msm. II • inouiM Mirn aniAT THIRAFY FOR YOUNQ A OLD KEN 4 DOrS UNIQUE HANDCRAFTS FofnwW Ftejoi FIgurtnM 3245 bidwtriil M. PIMN 733-9257 ENTERTAIN THE GRAND COMAAANDERY OF NEVADA MASONIC LODGE • Tho Lot Vogat Gomblo • Airot sang to ontortain tho Annual Conclave of tho Grand Commondory of Nevada Masonic Lodge on June 6 at the Zelxah Shrine Mosque in Los Vegas. The occasion was to honor Willard M. Avory of Knights Town, Indiana, the Grand Master of the Grand Encampment of Knights Ttmplor. Pictured from left are Buzz Bossard, Jack Qreco, Dick Cox and Bill Glenister • the Glitter Gultch Hormony Works. F^ FiULiNtOf SUFPLIES-WHOIESAIE TO THE PUlUC IIKIM iMlMnr rf M-YMMI Mrti 11 m xja The national language closest to English is Dutch. Lefs Play Golf Real Estote Exam • SATURDAY, JUNE 24TH • Register now for Education Dynamics Institute's dynamite two day crash course to prepare for the Real Estate Exam Saturday, June 24,1978. Twft-hsrd hitting, all-day seminars Tuesday, June 20 and Friday, June 23. to give you the exact test-taking practice you need. Choose either of our two convenient locations: If elcome to Neyada, we're glad yott're here. 99 := ^B SPATT / GEARING Air Condlioning Sheet Metal r • M4COI 2635 NORTH DECATUR BLV (across from NLV Air Terminal) 4842 SOUTH EASTERN AVE. (behind Marie Calendar's) CRASH COURSE STARTS JUNE 20TH # Sample Ttst Questions • Summarizations • Persenoiized EDUCATION NEVADA'S OLDEST REAL ESTATE SCHOOL g] DYNAMKS DON'T DELAY ... DON'T FLUNK INSTITUTE 6481522 458^191 wmmmm Prssonts Viv end Sill Ptiillipt The Nevada State Seniors are playing a tournament on the Black' Mountain course Saturday and Sunday, June 17 and 18. Their starting times are from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. The Basic High School golf team, the Nevada State Champions this year, and their parents are entertained at dinner at the Club House last Friday. Team members were Russell Sloan, Daryl Potter. Skip Tabar, Ed Thurow. Luke LaPorta, and Tom Smith. Lydia Malcolm was installed as President of the Black Mountain Ladies' Association at its June meeting. Also installed were Polly Torres, as vice President; Ruth Smith. Secretary; and Mary Lou Fielding, Treasurer. The outgoing President, Sylvia Samson, was presented a silver medallion for her fine services the past year. Special end • of the year awards went to Annette Brereton, over • all medal of golf winner; and to Peggy Shaffer, the most improved golfer, having brought her handicap from 31 to 25. LaCreta Lopeman and Helen Chauncey qualiHed for plateau awards for breaking 90 for the first time. In the May four partner, best ball tournament, the team of Barbara Bagley, Peggy Shaffer. Alice Hewitt, and Beverly Alexander won. In the Low Gross Low Net tournament, Mary Jo Sheehan won low gross, and Jackie Wooldridge tied with Annette Brereton for low net Dorothy Wade was the tee to green tournament winner, and Carmen Peterson won medal of golf for May. Shirley Blake, one of the greatly improved rookie golfers, won the point tournament played on June 7th. Congratulations! And now what did the Ladies' Association do with the money it made selling hot dogs and drinks during the large tournaments? It paid for cleaning, carpentry work, and painting in the Club House kitchen; purchased needed serving trays and dishes; bought a kitchen freezer, paid $1200 toward air • conditioning for the kitchen and rest room areas, and had the bar stools recovered. That proves they sold a lot of hot dogs and drinks. The Club House pool is now open for members and guests. The Tulsa Opera ii now feeling the pinch of steadily ruing operating coat* a little leu. thanka to contribution! from that company. OASIS SERVICE CO. gualit\ .\ir Conditioning 293-2110 VlfeeksFREPloy! EVERY THURSDAY APPROOWMTEUr 2J0pm AND 8:30pm WIN $200.00,1300.00 or$400.00. Still driving your1952 Studebaker? SIO.'O'JMMMMI*** itptaraetwMtiriiw NaNMrCMtMiMiufM tmrn 0* Mrtif m iiBwa m SH tmtautm'm mtxji HeUDSrCASINO ^S'ST' Bank of Nevada loans Thursday, JuiM 15, 1971 Th< original namt for tha ica craam undwich wai a "ilidar." J&K sm 5M-5224 PHARMACY 15% OFF ON AU PRESCRIPTIONS TO SENIOR CITIZENS 60 YEARS OR OlDCR We Honor All Prescriptions! S.A.M.I.-N.I.C. PAID PRESCRIPTIONS HM'IM0JI>ON.-5At. iUN *. • • ^^Ji^^L^^ >oirSTrln^nallMSp'(lHlM L COMPliTE DINNERS sowfD h PWAIONIGHT INCIUOWG CMOCt OF POTAin ffitSH BAKfO MINI-lOAf OTH BimfR I 4 Tidoiii I i/Mollopi. shrimp | 4 lllal at Sol* I SatuJjm Stii//(d(ornUhll(>ii SEhVf D ON A PtUER Of RICE WiNnim^i & Tue(lfli) 3_B-QBeeiRil iXOM OUN PHIM[ HIBIMOtR b JIMCT W^unda^ WITH VtCnABli I SundaM Tlwc St ieciafo Ruu(Tuikc>jAiultKeAuiq KHi IHnncr ABUV{ OROeRS INCUIOE SOUP OR SALADHOT ROUS b H/nER Seined SeiieM Doi| A WtA (atllcni4'ni "mam T-llne(>r$R'95Scr,'r Prime itih fi :r.,'ri. '^imu b PDiUMONCKr • SALAD BAR CHOiCf Of DRfSSW; • cnoa Of POTATO •WfSH BAKED MWkOAf 6 PI/nER • COfRf OR lU 293-3297 hi t'lUllfljM ••*IIOHJ INVITID '.,,j r,,. f,.;^^ BOMBDIV OPEN 7 DAYS 24 HOURS I BOB Anybody who thinks he's his own worst enemy probably has no in-laws. One thing a teenager will usually do after having the last word is go on talking. It's important that people know what you stand for. It's equally important that they know what you WON'T stand for. These days, a person who burns the candle at both ends may simply be a concerned conservationist. If you think kids don't know the value of money, just try to give them a nickel. We know value at BILL MERRELL'S TV & APPLIANCE, at 133 Water Street, Henderson, phone 565-8798. You sure get your nickel's worth on the finest kitchen and laundry appliances for your home. I I I BILL MERRELL'S TY& APfUANCE 1JJ WATS n. gALBS SCIVICE MLSAMm I I I m M-im I K k

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f : • mmmmm Henderson Homo News and Keulder City Newt Thursday, June IS, 197S fogeM Thdnhoy-rorpii4fih3 Editor's Note: It isn't toe often the NEWS receives a thank yew, and hardly one as nice as this one. Kevin was one of the dancers in the Chester T. Sewell elementory Khool square dance group that was featured in the Home News. We couldn't resist putting in his "thank you." NEW MEMBERS Hal Ober, left, president of the Las Vegas division of U.S. Homes, and Hal Smith, of Burrows, Smith and Company of Nevada, were welcomed by president Duane Laubach as new members of the Chamber of Commerce. Levis wooooeoeoaaM npoeof Grand Opening Friday, June 16,1978 Congratulations on becoming a part of a progressiMe industrial area SILUEft STATE PLUMBING 3347 S. Highland Suite 306 Las Vegas m "'w^"*"" "•*• • ^ •!*• City Nnn Poga IS l",";; 7""W?"'V. DumoiKl JimB„j, „.„„, Sn ,5 1'" """ "'* I" Pl.il bicycK worth msm. II • inouiM Mirn aniAT THIRAFY FOR YOUNQ A OLD KEN 4 DOrS UNIQUE HANDCRAFTS FofnwW Ftejoi FIgurtnM 3245 bidwtriil M. PIMN 733-9257 ENTERTAIN THE GRAND COMAAANDERY OF NEVADA MASONIC LODGE • Tho Lot Vogat Gomblo • Airot sang to ontortain tho Annual Conclave of tho Grand Commondory of Nevada Masonic Lodge on June 6 at the Zelxah Shrine Mosque in Los Vegas. The occasion was to honor Willard M. Avory of Knights Town, Indiana, the Grand Master of the Grand Encampment of Knights Ttmplor. Pictured from left are Buzz Bossard, Jack Qreco, Dick Cox and Bill Glenister • the Glitter Gultch Hormony Works. F^ FiULiNtOf SUFPLIES-WHOIESAIE TO THE PUlUC IIKIM iMlMnr rf M-YMMI Mrti 11 m xja The national language closest to English is Dutch. Lefs Play Golf Real Estote Exam • SATURDAY, JUNE 24TH • Register now for Education Dynamics Institute's dynamite two day crash course to prepare for the Real Estate Exam Saturday, June 24,1978. Twft-hsrd hitting, all-day seminars Tuesday, June 20 and Friday, June 23. to give you the exact test-taking practice you need. Choose either of our two convenient locations: If elcome to Neyada, we're glad yott're here. 99 := ^B SPATT / GEARING Air Condlioning Sheet Metal r • M4COI 2635 NORTH DECATUR BLV (across from NLV Air Terminal) 4842 SOUTH EASTERN AVE. (behind Marie Calendar's) CRASH COURSE STARTS JUNE 20TH # Sample Ttst Questions • Summarizations • Persenoiized EDUCATION NEVADA'S OLDEST REAL ESTATE SCHOOL g] DYNAMKS DON'T DELAY ... DON'T FLUNK INSTITUTE 6481522 458^191 wmmmm Prssonts Viv end Sill Ptiillipt The Nevada State Seniors are playing a tournament on the Black' Mountain course Saturday and Sunday, June 17 and 18. Their starting times are from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. The Basic High School golf team, the Nevada State Champions this year, and their parents are entertained at dinner at the Club House last Friday. Team members were Russell Sloan, Daryl Potter. Skip Tabar, Ed Thurow. Luke LaPorta, and Tom Smith. Lydia Malcolm was installed as President of the Black Mountain Ladies' Association at its June meeting. Also installed were Polly Torres, as vice President; Ruth Smith. Secretary; and Mary Lou Fielding, Treasurer. The outgoing President, Sylvia Samson, was presented a silver medallion for her fine services the past year. Special end • of the year awards went to Annette Brereton, over • all medal of golf winner; and to Peggy Shaffer, the most improved golfer, having brought her handicap from 31 to 25. LaCreta Lopeman and Helen Chauncey qualiHed for plateau awards for breaking 90 for the first time. In the May four partner, best ball tournament, the team of Barbara Bagley, Peggy Shaffer. Alice Hewitt, and Beverly Alexander won. In the Low Gross Low Net tournament, Mary Jo Sheehan won low gross, and Jackie Wooldridge tied with Annette Brereton for low net Dorothy Wade was the tee to green tournament winner, and Carmen Peterson won medal of golf for May. Shirley Blake, one of the greatly improved rookie golfers, won the point tournament played on June 7th. Congratulations! And now what did the Ladies' Association do with the money it made selling hot dogs and drinks during the large tournaments? It paid for cleaning, carpentry work, and painting in the Club House kitchen; purchased needed serving trays and dishes; bought a kitchen freezer, paid $1200 toward air • conditioning for the kitchen and rest room areas, and had the bar stools recovered. That proves they sold a lot of hot dogs and drinks. The Club House pool is now open for members and guests. The Tulsa Opera ii now feeling the pinch of steadily ruing operating coat* a little leu. thanka to contribution! from that company. OASIS SERVICE CO. gualit\ .\ir Conditioning 293-2110 VlfeeksFREPloy! EVERY THURSDAY APPROOWMTEUr 2J0pm AND 8:30pm WIN $200.00,1300.00 or$400.00. Still driving your1952 Studebaker? SIO.'O'JMMMMI*** itptaraetwMtiriiw NaNMrCMtMiMiufM tmrn 0* Mrtif m iiBwa m SH tmtautm'm mtxji HeUDSrCASINO ^S'ST' Bank of Nevada loans Thursday, JuiM 15, 1971 Th< original namt for tha ica craam undwich wai a "ilidar." J&K sm 5M-5224 PHARMACY 15% OFF ON AU PRESCRIPTIONS TO SENIOR CITIZENS 60 YEARS OR OlDCR We Honor All Prescriptions! S.A.M.I.-N.I.C. PAID PRESCRIPTIONS HM'IM0JI>ON.-5At. iUN *. • • ^^Ji^^L^^ >oirSTrln^nallMSp'(lHlM L COMPliTE DINNERS sowfD h PWAIONIGHT INCIUOWG CMOCt OF POTAin ffitSH BAKfO MINI-lOAf OTH BimfR I 4 Tidoiii I i/Mollopi. shrimp | 4 lllal at Sol* I SatuJjm Stii//(d(ornUhll(>ii SEhVf D ON A PtUER Of RICE WiNnim^i & Tue(lfli) 3_B-QBeeiRil iXOM OUN PHIM[ HIBIMOtR b JIMCT W^unda^ WITH VtCnABli I SundaM Tlwc St ieciafo Ruu(Tuikc>jAiultKeAuiq KHi IHnncr ABUV{ OROeRS INCUIOE SOUP OR SALADHOT ROUS b H/nER Seined SeiieM Doi| A WtA (atllcni4'ni "mam T-llne(>r$R'95Scr,'r Prime itih fi :r.,'ri. '^imu b PDiUMONCKr • SALAD BAR CHOiCf Of DRfSSW; • cnoa Of POTATO •WfSH BAKED MWkOAf 6 PI/nER • COfRf OR lU 293-3297 hi t'lUllfljM ••*IIOHJ INVITID '.,,j r,,. f,.;^^ BOMBDIV OPEN 7 DAYS 24 HOURS I BOB Anybody who thinks he's his own worst enemy probably has no in-laws. One thing a teenager will usually do after having the last word is go on talking. It's important that people know what you stand for. It's equally important that they know what you WON'T stand for. These days, a person who burns the candle at both ends may simply be a concerned conservationist. If you think kids don't know the value of money, just try to give them a nickel. We know value at BILL MERRELL'S TV & APPLIANCE, at 133 Water Street, Henderson, phone 565-8798. You sure get your nickel's worth on the finest kitchen and laundry appliances for your home. I I I BILL MERRELL'S TY& APfUANCE 1JJ WATS n. gALBS SCIVICE MLSAMm I I I m M-im I K k

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mmm fVXfi^V^^^ mm^f^^' ,! • !-- J r^"l^^W" ', 'tgfthttt Hndron Hmt Ntw and Buldr Citv Ntwa II. Thursday. June IS, 1971 Interior Proposes Public Involveimiit In Contract Negotiations Secretary of the Interior Cecil D. Andrus OASIS SERVICF HO. Air 293-2110 announced today that he is requesting public comments and suggestions on proposed procedures for public participation in all new or amendatory water service and repayment contract negotiations conducted by the Bureau of Reclamation. The proposed procedures are being published in the Federal AutlionBd Kktiy hdvy DHtiulDr DonPB8S8 "SALES 4 SERVICE' OficK 56M170 r URBY CO. OF HENDERSON 27Wottf$t. y„., NwrWOTl Ntw4 lobviH Kirbyt WFTH iCARDSENIOR CfTiZENS 10% Off THEATRE DOWNTOWN '^ HENDERSON ^ -NOW SHOWING— 2nd Smash Week ENDS JUNE 20TH "CLOSE ENCOUNTERS' IS ONE OF THE MOST SPECTACULAR MOVIES EVER MADE." VV€AR€ ALJON€ LOse NCOUNieRS Oh IHt THtROKIND • ••••MIHA f Mi tsi j.>!(>>. I M/ • (VirturH hv RW 5TARK CWrk^bvHLRWRT ROSS* 4RASTAR WitMr•^rmh/VOWA*. 0. =rz=Q PO • SHOWTMES^ NIGHTLY SUN. THRU THURS. AT m PJil SHOWS.EVERY m. fr SAT. AT 7 6 8 PM MATINS EVBIY SAT. 6 SUN. AT 2fl) PM A4ltt 12.00 Cklltfrcfl 11.00 AT ALL TIMES! Register. Andrus said the repayment of reimbursable costs associated with Reclamation activities requires consummation of contracts between the United States and project beneficiaries. The terms and conditions of such contracts may affect a wider range of the public than the immediate parties to the contract. In establishing the terms and conditions of the contract. Andrus said, the view of all affected parties should be considered and ample opportunity provided for review of and comment on a given contract prior to its execution. Under the proposed procedures, Andrus said, all meetings scheduled by the Bureau of Reclamation for the purpose of discussing terms and conditions of any proposed new or amendatory repayment or water service contract would be open to the public as observers. WORKING IT OUT ly Mai Thompn Dear Mel: My husband, along with every other man I know who works in an office, complains about the non productive time women workers spend on the job. Prom my own experience as a working woman I have always contended that men waste more time than women do. Finally I have some authority to support my claim and I hope you will forget that you are a man and print this. The University of Michigan says that men spend 52 minutes each work day on things that have nothing to do with their jobs. Things like talking and coffee breaks. They say women only waste 35 minutes per day and then after work go home and do most of the housework. On top of all this, men still get paid more than women for the same work. I hope this will silence the men about this misconception once and for all. ET. Dear E: My lips are sealed. Dear Mel; Twice now I have been passed over for a promotion in my company and I think it is because my boss found out I am living with my girlfriend. I can't see what that has to do with anything, especially in this day and age. but it is the only reason I can think of. How do you think I should handle this situation? If you were living with a lady friend wouldn't you demand equal treatment^ P.TB. Dear P: To tell you the truth, I don't think my wife would go for it. In your case, though, you have only your boss to deal with. Ask him why you didn't get the promo tions and you might Hnd out it had nothing to do with your playing house. You'll Have to listen very caref\illy to bis response because even if you've pinpointed the problem be probably won't admit it If your suspicion is correct, you can either marry the girl, look for a new job, or hope thattime and performance ...ill •\ltf^<' hi' >k:i.;.. The Commissioner of Reclamation would determine if, when, and where public hearings would be held to receive comments on any proposed contract. A summary of all written comments received and testimony presented at any public hearing would be prepared and submitted to the Secretary of the Interior for consideration prior to approval or disapproval of a given contract. The Commissioner of Reclamation would establish a point of public access to each contract under consideration and make copies of each contract available for review upon request. It is proposed that whenever the Bureau of Reclamation intends to enter into negotiations with potential contractors for new or amendatory contracts, or hold hearings on drafts of contracts, notice should be published in the Federal Register. The Secretary stressed that he is not establishing final procedures at this time, but is only requesting public comments and suggestions on his proposal. Publi^ comments and suggestions should be sent to R. Keith Higginson, Commissioner, Bureau of Reclamation. Department of the Interior, 18th and C Streets, NW. Washington, D.C. 20240. US VIQAS' URQEST RV RENTAtt Rent a Motor Home DAILY. WEEKLY. MONTHLY AT LOW RATES AU SIZES IM MODELS. Us Vagas R.V. Rental Inc, 40MloiNir Mwiy. Mil S 451-7688 Public Ice Skating Sessions NEW SUMMER HOURS Weekdays 2 to S pm and 7 to 10 pm Disco Session Fri. & Sat. 8 to 12 pm CLOSED WEDNEtOAYI CLASSES BEGIN JUNE 17t^ ICE SKATING RINK 704 SUNSET ROAD PHONE 565-6373 MeiMfefwi Horn. 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He called her a "Master Teacher" and reminded her of the Certificate of Excellence the hod so wholeheartedly earned during her 36 years of teaching in the Boulder City elementary schools. — This picture was taicen at Eileen's retirement party last week at Ihe Railroad Pass Casino. The oldest known murals on man-made walls have been found in southern Turkey. They date back to 5500 B.C. OASIS SERVICE CO. gualitv .\ir Conditioning 293-2110 We'll listen to anything halfway reasonable. Bank of Nevada loans Mt-rnlH-r F Ij I C k qufll nppoitunifv li-il
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mmm fVXfi^V^^^ mm^f^^' ,! • !-- J r^"l^^W" ', 'tgfthttt Hndron Hmt Ntw and Buldr Citv Ntwa II. Thursday. June IS, 1971 Interior Proposes Public Involveimiit In Contract Negotiations Secretary of the Interior Cecil D. Andrus OASIS SERVICF HO. Air 293-2110 announced today that he is requesting public comments and suggestions on proposed procedures for public participation in all new or amendatory water service and repayment contract negotiations conducted by the Bureau of Reclamation. The proposed procedures are being published in the Federal AutlionBd Kktiy hdvy DHtiulDr DonPB8S8 "SALES 4 SERVICE' OficK 56M170 r URBY CO. OF HENDERSON 27Wottf$t. y„., NwrWOTl Ntw4 lobviH Kirbyt WFTH iCARDSENIOR CfTiZENS 10% Off THEATRE DOWNTOWN '^ HENDERSON ^ -NOW SHOWING— 2nd Smash Week ENDS JUNE 20TH "CLOSE ENCOUNTERS' IS ONE OF THE MOST SPECTACULAR MOVIES EVER MADE." VV€AR€ ALJON€ LOse NCOUNieRS Oh IHt THtROKIND • ••••MIHA f Mi tsi j.>!(>>. I M/ • (VirturH hv RW 5TARK CWrk^bvHLRWRT ROSS* 4RASTAR WitMr•^rmh/VOWA*. 0. =rz=Q PO • SHOWTMES^ NIGHTLY SUN. THRU THURS. AT m PJil SHOWS.EVERY m. fr SAT. AT 7 6 8 PM MATINS EVBIY SAT. 6 SUN. AT 2fl) PM A4ltt 12.00 Cklltfrcfl 11.00 AT ALL TIMES! Register. Andrus said the repayment of reimbursable costs associated with Reclamation activities requires consummation of contracts between the United States and project beneficiaries. The terms and conditions of such contracts may affect a wider range of the public than the immediate parties to the contract. In establishing the terms and conditions of the contract. Andrus said, the view of all affected parties should be considered and ample opportunity provided for review of and comment on a given contract prior to its execution. Under the proposed procedures, Andrus said, all meetings scheduled by the Bureau of Reclamation for the purpose of discussing terms and conditions of any proposed new or amendatory repayment or water service contract would be open to the public as observers. WORKING IT OUT ly Mai Thompn Dear Mel: My husband, along with every other man I know who works in an office, complains about the non productive time women workers spend on the job. Prom my own experience as a working woman I have always contended that men waste more time than women do. Finally I have some authority to support my claim and I hope you will forget that you are a man and print this. The University of Michigan says that men spend 52 minutes each work day on things that have nothing to do with their jobs. Things like talking and coffee breaks. They say women only waste 35 minutes per day and then after work go home and do most of the housework. On top of all this, men still get paid more than women for the same work. I hope this will silence the men about this misconception once and for all. ET. Dear E: My lips are sealed. Dear Mel; Twice now I have been passed over for a promotion in my company and I think it is because my boss found out I am living with my girlfriend. I can't see what that has to do with anything, especially in this day and age. but it is the only reason I can think of. How do you think I should handle this situation? If you were living with a lady friend wouldn't you demand equal treatment^ P.TB. Dear P: To tell you the truth, I don't think my wife would go for it. In your case, though, you have only your boss to deal with. Ask him why you didn't get the promo tions and you might Hnd out it had nothing to do with your playing house. You'll Have to listen very caref\illy to bis response because even if you've pinpointed the problem be probably won't admit it If your suspicion is correct, you can either marry the girl, look for a new job, or hope thattime and performance ...ill •\ltf^<' hi' >k:i.;.. The Commissioner of Reclamation would determine if, when, and where public hearings would be held to receive comments on any proposed contract. A summary of all written comments received and testimony presented at any public hearing would be prepared and submitted to the Secretary of the Interior for consideration prior to approval or disapproval of a given contract. The Commissioner of Reclamation would establish a point of public access to each contract under consideration and make copies of each contract available for review upon request. It is proposed that whenever the Bureau of Reclamation intends to enter into negotiations with potential contractors for new or amendatory contracts, or hold hearings on drafts of contracts, notice should be published in the Federal Register. The Secretary stressed that he is not establishing final procedures at this time, but is only requesting public comments and suggestions on his proposal. Publi^ comments and suggestions should be sent to R. Keith Higginson, Commissioner, Bureau of Reclamation. Department of the Interior, 18th and C Streets, NW. Washington, D.C. 20240. US VIQAS' URQEST RV RENTAtt Rent a Motor Home DAILY. WEEKLY. MONTHLY AT LOW RATES AU SIZES IM MODELS. Us Vagas R.V. Rental Inc, 40MloiNir Mwiy. Mil S 451-7688 Public Ice Skating Sessions NEW SUMMER HOURS Weekdays 2 to S pm and 7 to 10 pm Disco Session Fri. & Sat. 8 to 12 pm CLOSED WEDNEtOAYI CLASSES BEGIN JUNE 17t^ ICE SKATING RINK 704 SUNSET ROAD PHONE 565-6373 MeiMfefwi Horn. Nw.qndBouldr city Ntwi )GRAND r OPENING ROD'S UPHOLSTERING •tOATS •AUTOS •FURNITURE •SI lAKE MEAD MIVE, HDN. HOU$i • TO 5, MON-SAT. ^^V^ *0D COLE, OWNEt-MCK. Jg^ Z ""<* H0 5^.5*4-1775 $65.7S30 )V Parts, Soles and Service of All Makes of Vacuums th unlqiM "Ha{iiK| Fafbt' Dou" mx 8 Dinners 3.95 et •Roast Pork, (Hoick SERVED 1 PM TO II FM Roast Turke)! or • Raked Ham SERVED WfTH • SOUP OR SAiAO • CHOICE OF POTATO • • GARDEN FRESH VKETABLE • HOT ROLL & BUHER • GIASS OF WINE FOR EACH AOUIT, APPIE JUICE FOR CHILDREN Specials serted 5 pm to II pm MONDAY NiTE "^ T • Fried CWckcn 09^ INCLUDES: •BISCUIT h GRAVY •GARDEN FRESH VEGETABLE TUESDAY NfTE Bee/ Back Ribs Q (t e INCLUDES: •CHOICE OF POTATO -fflESH GARDEN VEGETABLE •SOUP OR SALAD WEDNESDAY NITE • Spaghetti & Meat Balls Q9^ INCLUDES: •GARUC FRBICH BREAD •SOUP OR SAIAD THURSDAY NITE Fish & Chips 96^ INCUJOES: -SOUP OR SAIAD COMFKTI dust In PWi ll| MM waltr iM i Nn SmmMMMdNMrMnln iM 10% N il nWM WM dWR •Ml 10% N IN hiilt. tfita i NNWI Coofletely lebuitt & GMrontied TMI NOUSI OF VACUUMS MMhM4 Rii%( MM 1 Mrne* *JJiJJjR2' Tfid.. *ee.pt.d 4514M2 tali, IdM MM Ifmn •) it MM •) VMWIK OMMti Pogt 19 Thurtday, JUIM IS, 1971 EILEEN CONNERS is shown JMing congratulattd by former Suporintondont of the Bouldor City school system, Elt>ert Edwards. He called her a "Master Teacher" and reminded her of the Certificate of Excellence the hod so wholeheartedly earned during her 36 years of teaching in the Boulder City elementary schools. — This picture was taicen at Eileen's retirement party last week at Ihe Railroad Pass Casino. The oldest known murals on man-made walls have been found in southern Turkey. They date back to 5500 B.C. OASIS SERVICE CO. gualitv .\ir Conditioning 293-2110 We'll listen to anything halfway reasonable. Bank of Nevada loans Mt-rnlH-r F Ij I C k qufll nppoitunifv li-il
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W^^ff^ Pag* 20 Thuradoy, JuiMiS, 1978 -It INCLUDING THESE FEATURES • 8x20 PORCH (Indoor-Outdoor Carptt) • 9x20 PATIO AWNING • 10x30 CARPORT • FULL METAL SKIRTING IN YOUR CHOICE OF COLORS ALL INCLUDED IN OUR SALE PRICE! DOUBLE WIDE ••••••••••••••••** Sale Price M 6,995 YOUR CHOICE OF EXTERIOR INTERIOR COLORS $1165 plus tax ($594.83) $206.70 mo. Total of payments $37,206. Total deferred payment price $38,965.83. Annual percentage rate 13.61%. 180 months. THIS IS THE ONLY WAY TO BUY: YOU YOU YOU AIL HOMES COME WITH THESE STANDARD FEATURES! choose the home! choose the exterior color! choose the Interior colors! Standard Sptelflcatloni A Ftaturei Cenatructien Acouiticti type plankd calling Ntw havy duty truis typ roof on 16" canters Heavy gauge i -piece galvanized Steffi roof High-denilty fiberglass insula* tlon floors, ceilings and side* walls 2"ii6" floor joists on 16" centers with 6/8" sub floor 2"x4" sidewalis on 16" centers including two belt rails on xterior walla 8" and 10" I beam heavy duty, double strength electric weldenj frame with detachable hitches 80.000 BTU updraft turnsce with overhead ducts Furnace, electrical panel and 30 gal. water heater on outside Mils for sound protection and ease of maintenance Meeting, electrical, plumbing and structural systems meet or exceed Federal requirements Colonial white & buckskin embossed aluminum exterior with choice of color trima Silent awltchea throughout Hand-crafted cabineta Selt-doaing hinges • all cabinet doora Eaay-alide nylon drawer rollera Production line mating of home to insure essy set-up Exterior lights at all doors Patio outlet with QFI plumbed and wired for laundry appliancea B. Bathrooms HI atyle light fixtures above van. ity Shatter-proof-shower enclosure 1 Piece fiberglsu tub snd showera Cultured marble lavatory tops Custom medicine cabineta Convenient drawers in vanities Overhead Hnen closet in esch bathroom moat modela C. Kitchen Coved one-piece counter tops choice of decorator colors Choices of decorative backsplsshes Soffitt-indlrect lighting Snack bsr with overhead cabineta most models Name brand free-tandlng range color-coordinated Name brand deluxe 2-door re. frigerator Qarbage dispest* D. Decor and eonvenienet fotturei Beautiful mirrored hutch and buffet with soffitt lighting Large house-type sliding picture windows with decorative shutters House-type door with door knocker Pre-flnished matching paaaaga doors Custom drspes with vslancea under sheer and tiebacka In living room and dining room Quality nylon shag carpet with iute back and aeparate akin typ loam pad throughout Choice of light, medium or dark woodgrain panelling Richly styled one-piece vinyl floor coverings Lights in wslk-in wardrobe closets Custom light fixtures throughout Guest and linen hail cloeet FACTORY DIRECT DEALER OFFERS A COMPLETE SERVICE 0EI>T.1Yn. 10 DAY FACTORY WARRANTY AT NO ADDITIONAL COST TO YOU THE BUYER. FREE PARK PLACEMENT, ADULT OR FAMILY! SPACES AVAILABLE NOWIII ^ •^^^-A-A^**** •••••••••#••*• ^^*#^*^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 3^. - i DOUBLE EXPANDO 34x64 SPECIAL PRE-GRAND OPENING PRICB WAS '34,584 Nof ^26,995 ORDIB YOURS TODAY! ARE YOU PAYING YOUR LANDLORDS MORTGAGE? INVEST YOUR DOLLARS IN YOUR OWN HOME IT MAKES CENTS CALL CAPRICE MOBILE HOMES TODAY 20 YEAR FINANCING AVAILABLE FREE CREDIT CHECK A-A-A-A-A-A-Aj^^ 44* • 4* 4Ik Ik 4784 BOULDER HIGHWAY CALL NOW! 451-7682 • • >* • iiii I tmmmim it rk rk 4* 7k Tk Ik Jk • Ik rk Ik Tk Tk Tk Tk Ik Ik Ik Tk Tk yk Tk Tk Tk Tk rk Tk Tk T^ Tk Tk Tk Tk Tk Tk Tk Hendefsen Home Newi end loulder Cify News /•^ Poflelt Notvy^ignrtjre M^wticSigni Nvvodo Stomp Co ^1 Wotr Stroi Allied Arts Presents Cultural Focus The Allied Arts Council, a non profit, tax exempt corporation dedicated fo stimulating support of the Arts in Southern Nevada, announces a new program Pre Season Special Reduce Your Power BM up lO^UTG MMfiMlTMrlMM Free Inttilitien! .Autemetic Dei|ipfn AviHeMe VIS*. MASTERCH'VRUE Jim's Tiibine CoolefS 458-3254 DESERT ORTHOPAEDIC CLINIC The Desert Orthopaedic Clinic is pleased to announce their relocation in the Maryland Professional Building No. 2 at 3121 Maryland Parkway Suite 300 Chester W. Eskey. M.D. John H. Payne, M.D. Lowell Niebaum, M.D. Armand Scully, M.D. called, "Cultural Focus". Cultural Focus is a service created and directed by Jeanne Clark to promote and focus on another great dimension of the Las Vegas area, the Cultural Community. The service will be a f\ind raiser to financially support the many projects of the Allied Arts Council of Southern Nevada, including the project to construct a new Cultural Arts Center. It will be offered to the conventions coming to Las Vegas and has the support and co • operation of city and county officials, local Chambers of Commerce, Las Vegas Convention Visitors Authority, University of Nevada Las Vegas and the general membership of the Allied Arts Council. The membership is comprised rf a wide variety of arts organizations, institutions, businesses and individuals who share a common interest in the development of the cultural, climate of Southern Nevada. Invading your neighbor's pool again this summer? Bank of Nevada loans BIG, BIG SALE! ALL IIM WFM: <^I HI-WAY AUTO 101 Lake Mead Drive Henderson • 565-0737 72 71 70 69 74 72 68 70 6e 72 72 72 73 71 71 74 69 70 71 72 72 69 61 61 ':: NOVA 2 01.107 AUTO. All 1395. SPOUT FUIY1 ot.luNsoeoot 1095. TEMPfST J M. v.i STICK 995. HREBIRDi M. 400 AUTO, ACT 995. PINTO WAGON JJ00 AUTO, KOMO 1495. MARQUIS 2 M nAirawfi, AH 1295. COUGAR 1 N. 10) AUTO SHAW 995. FORD VAN MO! w, CAvrio, lOAOiD 1295. EL CAMINO cioMi MMS. NIW PAINT 1095. LTD>•. A" rowii, CMiA 1195. OPEl RAUYE 7 o. cno, 4 sro 1095. DELTA SS 4 o. v-s, AUTO., AII.. 1195. CORONA W0N4CYU>. AM 1295. TORONADO J Dt. WHAT A sun 995. SATILUTE 1 01,4 cno. AUTO, AM 1095. 1295. 795. 995. VEGA IN, 4 cno.. 4 sw.. CIIAN SKYLARK GS i M. 4io, AUTO GRAND PRIX looiAuwwi CADILUC 4 01. lOAon. AM 1495. VEGA 1 Di. CMAT. cmkf. .195. MONTE CARLO J oi, Mtowt WKIAI 995. GMC V^ TON P.U v4,4.o 1095. CAOIIUC i H.. AUow WS. MONTEGO1 ML MO ANO cuAN 695. NOVA I Dt. 117 V4,1 0 ROAD RUNNER I N..V4AM0. .495. .595. WE CARRY OUR OWN CONTRAOS ON MOST CARS ••••••••••••*••••••••••••******•••••#••••••••••• Cultural Focus will provide tours to ArtMuseums, Art Galleries, Civic Centers, Historical Museums and Landmarks, News Media Centers, Performing Arts Centers, and the University of Nevada Las Vegas. The tours will include areas of Boulder City, Henderson, Las Vegas and North Las Vegas. It will eventually add more tours plus fine art shows, lecturers and presentations covering the Arts and Community Affairs. Director Jeanne Clark has many years of experience in organizing, promoting and directing community cultural activities. She is a resident' of Boulder City and has been active in numerous city and county affairs. She has been involved in music and drama and was a founding director of the First Nighter theatre group in Boulder City in 1972. She served as the B.C. Bicentennial Director for 2 years and was the Chairman of the ISth Annual Boulder City Art Festival in 1977. She was the Community Liaison for the Meadows Playhouse for the 1977 78 season. She presently serves on the Board of Directors of the Allied Arts Council, the Advisory Board of The Meadows Playhouse, and is Hostess on Art Action, an art oriented show on KLAS •' TV 8. She is a member of the Boulder City Hospital Auxiliary, Boulder City Business and Professional Women and a member of the Nevada Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America. She is married to Harry S. Clark and the mother of five grown children. For additional information contact the Allied Arts Cultural Focus office at 300 Las Vegas Blvd North or Telephone 382-7198. JEANNE CLARK AKe 01AMOW06 "TME MOST VALUABLE GEMS? K.^:l^''^.y^^ CM?^T FOR CPR^T,DlPM0^iO$ ^(?E POURTV* IN VALUE! M06T VlkLUft3l.E 16 TWE PCWiU.THBN TWE EHE8ftlD,RUgy AND PlAHOUD*. ^-^f-YOl/jf for Summer^ Last year's iummtr clothti cn look (rrsh and n *ilh a profewioMi ing added yearly Regardless of where you live, in the city or on the farm, some of these could be getting into your drink Ing water Therefore, we led you should have iwo sources of water, one for watering the lawn, washing clothes and dishes, flushing toilets-the other for drmkmg and cooking Tans of thousand! of people in the United States and m rrtany foreign counlnes are now u4lng our portable water distillers. Send lor free literature now while the supply lasts Available At: SORENSEN'S SEWING CENTER Terms Available 509 Ave. C. B.C. 293-3770 D*olr Inquiries Welcome ^^ ^^^^^^^^^W^^^m^^ you're in ] ^M safe • '^ waters with I WWaivrMyti anefi oiithlioiiing • 20,000 SATISFIED CUSTOMERS Ti( iighl. fincc tlS* wt s'v men than 20 000 sinstiM cusuwefi-propit wh know tt iiu iut and tavingi of reridil'Onad waltf Why net ietiO>i|r >0' only pnni(s t day ^ul ) Mon-Sat ^ Open 9 am tu 5 pm ^1 f^mt <6) 2275 WH wownmwT AfTEB HOURS 0^^>H^. Pt. 451-2275 4000 Bolder Hwy. 0^ las Vegas /

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W^^ff^ Pag* 20 Thuradoy, JuiMiS, 1978 -It INCLUDING THESE FEATURES • 8x20 PORCH (Indoor-Outdoor Carptt) • 9x20 PATIO AWNING • 10x30 CARPORT • FULL METAL SKIRTING IN YOUR CHOICE OF COLORS ALL INCLUDED IN OUR SALE PRICE! DOUBLE WIDE ••••••••••••••••** Sale Price M 6,995 YOUR CHOICE OF EXTERIOR INTERIOR COLORS $1165 plus tax ($594.83) $206.70 mo. Total of payments $37,206. Total deferred payment price $38,965.83. Annual percentage rate 13.61%. 180 months. THIS IS THE ONLY WAY TO BUY: YOU YOU YOU AIL HOMES COME WITH THESE STANDARD FEATURES! choose the home! choose the exterior color! choose the Interior colors! Standard Sptelflcatloni A Ftaturei Cenatructien Acouiticti type plankd calling Ntw havy duty truis typ roof on 16" canters Heavy gauge i -piece galvanized Steffi roof High-denilty fiberglass insula* tlon floors, ceilings and side* walls 2"ii6" floor joists on 16" centers with 6/8" sub floor 2"x4" sidewalis on 16" centers including two belt rails on xterior walla 8" and 10" I beam heavy duty, double strength electric weldenj frame with detachable hitches 80.000 BTU updraft turnsce with overhead ducts Furnace, electrical panel and 30 gal. water heater on outside Mils for sound protection and ease of maintenance Meeting, electrical, plumbing and structural systems meet or exceed Federal requirements Colonial white & buckskin embossed aluminum exterior with choice of color trima Silent awltchea throughout Hand-crafted cabineta Selt-doaing hinges • all cabinet doora Eaay-alide nylon drawer rollera Production line mating of home to insure essy set-up Exterior lights at all doors Patio outlet with QFI plumbed and wired for laundry appliancea B. Bathrooms HI atyle light fixtures above van. ity Shatter-proof-shower enclosure 1 Piece fiberglsu tub snd showera Cultured marble lavatory tops Custom medicine cabineta Convenient drawers in vanities Overhead Hnen closet in esch bathroom moat modela C. Kitchen Coved one-piece counter tops choice of decorator colors Choices of decorative backsplsshes Soffitt-indlrect lighting Snack bsr with overhead cabineta most models Name brand free-tandlng range color-coordinated Name brand deluxe 2-door re. frigerator Qarbage dispest* D. Decor and eonvenienet fotturei Beautiful mirrored hutch and buffet with soffitt lighting Large house-type sliding picture windows with decorative shutters House-type door with door knocker Pre-flnished matching paaaaga doors Custom drspes with vslancea under sheer and tiebacka In living room and dining room Quality nylon shag carpet with iute back and aeparate akin typ loam pad throughout Choice of light, medium or dark woodgrain panelling Richly styled one-piece vinyl floor coverings Lights in wslk-in wardrobe closets Custom light fixtures throughout Guest and linen hail cloeet FACTORY DIRECT DEALER OFFERS A COMPLETE SERVICE 0EI>T.1Yn. 10 DAY FACTORY WARRANTY AT NO ADDITIONAL COST TO YOU THE BUYER. FREE PARK PLACEMENT, ADULT OR FAMILY! SPACES AVAILABLE NOWIII ^ •^^^-A-A^**** •••••••••#••*• ^^*#^*^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 3^. - i DOUBLE EXPANDO 34x64 SPECIAL PRE-GRAND OPENING PRICB WAS '34,584 Nof ^26,995 ORDIB YOURS TODAY! ARE YOU PAYING YOUR LANDLORDS MORTGAGE? INVEST YOUR DOLLARS IN YOUR OWN HOME IT MAKES CENTS CALL CAPRICE MOBILE HOMES TODAY 20 YEAR FINANCING AVAILABLE FREE CREDIT CHECK A-A-A-A-A-A-Aj^^ 44* • 4* 4Ik Ik 4784 BOULDER HIGHWAY CALL NOW! 451-7682 • • >* • iiii I tmmmim it rk rk 4* 7k Tk Ik Jk • Ik rk Ik Tk Tk Tk Tk Ik Ik Ik Tk Tk yk Tk Tk Tk Tk rk Tk Tk T^ Tk Tk Tk Tk Tk Tk Tk Hendefsen Home Newi end loulder Cify News /•^ Poflelt Notvy^ignrtjre M^wticSigni Nvvodo Stomp Co ^1 Wotr Stroi Allied Arts Presents Cultural Focus The Allied Arts Council, a non profit, tax exempt corporation dedicated fo stimulating support of the Arts in Southern Nevada, announces a new program Pre Season Special Reduce Your Power BM up lO^UTG MMfiMlTMrlMM Free Inttilitien! .Autemetic Dei|ipfn AviHeMe VIS*. MASTERCH'VRUE Jim's Tiibine CoolefS 458-3254 DESERT ORTHOPAEDIC CLINIC The Desert Orthopaedic Clinic is pleased to announce their relocation in the Maryland Professional Building No. 2 at 3121 Maryland Parkway Suite 300 Chester W. Eskey. M.D. John H. Payne, M.D. Lowell Niebaum, M.D. Armand Scully, M.D. called, "Cultural Focus". Cultural Focus is a service created and directed by Jeanne Clark to promote and focus on another great dimension of the Las Vegas area, the Cultural Community. The service will be a f\ind raiser to financially support the many projects of the Allied Arts Council of Southern Nevada, including the project to construct a new Cultural Arts Center. It will be offered to the conventions coming to Las Vegas and has the support and co • operation of city and county officials, local Chambers of Commerce, Las Vegas Convention Visitors Authority, University of Nevada Las Vegas and the general membership of the Allied Arts Council. The membership is comprised rf a wide variety of arts organizations, institutions, businesses and individuals who share a common interest in the development of the cultural, climate of Southern Nevada. Invading your neighbor's pool again this summer? Bank of Nevada loans BIG, BIG SALE! ALL IIM WFM: <^I HI-WAY AUTO 101 Lake Mead Drive Henderson • 565-0737 72 71 70 69 74 72 68 70 6e 72 72 72 73 71 71 74 69 70 71 72 72 69 61 61 ':: NOVA 2 01.107 AUTO. All 1395. SPOUT FUIY1 ot.luNsoeoot 1095. TEMPfST J M. v.i STICK 995. HREBIRDi M. 400 AUTO, ACT 995. PINTO WAGON JJ00 AUTO, KOMO 1495. MARQUIS 2 M nAirawfi, AH 1295. COUGAR 1 N. 10) AUTO SHAW 995. FORD VAN MO! w, CAvrio, lOAOiD 1295. EL CAMINO cioMi MMS. NIW PAINT 1095. LTD>•. A" rowii, CMiA 1195. OPEl RAUYE 7 o. cno, 4 sro 1095. DELTA SS 4 o. v-s, AUTO., AII.. 1195. CORONA W0N4CYU>. AM 1295. TORONADO J Dt. WHAT A sun 995. SATILUTE 1 01,4 cno. AUTO, AM 1095. 1295. 795. 995. VEGA IN, 4 cno.. 4 sw.. CIIAN SKYLARK GS i M. 4io, AUTO GRAND PRIX looiAuwwi CADILUC 4 01. lOAon. AM 1495. VEGA 1 Di. CMAT. cmkf. .195. MONTE CARLO J oi, Mtowt WKIAI 995. GMC V^ TON P.U v4,4.o 1095. CAOIIUC i H.. AUow WS. MONTEGO1 ML MO ANO cuAN 695. NOVA I Dt. 117 V4,1 0 ROAD RUNNER I N..V4AM0. .495. .595. WE CARRY OUR OWN CONTRAOS ON MOST CARS ••••••••••••*••••••••••••******•••••#••••••••••• Cultural Focus will provide tours to ArtMuseums, Art Galleries, Civic Centers, Historical Museums and Landmarks, News Media Centers, Performing Arts Centers, and the University of Nevada Las Vegas. The tours will include areas of Boulder City, Henderson, Las Vegas and North Las Vegas. It will eventually add more tours plus fine art shows, lecturers and presentations covering the Arts and Community Affairs. Director Jeanne Clark has many years of experience in organizing, promoting and directing community cultural activities. She is a resident' of Boulder City and has been active in numerous city and county affairs. She has been involved in music and drama and was a founding director of the First Nighter theatre group in Boulder City in 1972. She served as the B.C. Bicentennial Director for 2 years and was the Chairman of the ISth Annual Boulder City Art Festival in 1977. She was the Community Liaison for the Meadows Playhouse for the 1977 78 season. She presently serves on the Board of Directors of the Allied Arts Council, the Advisory Board of The Meadows Playhouse, and is Hostess on Art Action, an art oriented show on KLAS •' TV 8. She is a member of the Boulder City Hospital Auxiliary, Boulder City Business and Professional Women and a member of the Nevada Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America. She is married to Harry S. Clark and the mother of five grown children. For additional information contact the Allied Arts Cultural Focus office at 300 Las Vegas Blvd North or Telephone 382-7198. JEANNE CLARK AKe 01AMOW06 "TME MOST VALUABLE GEMS? K.^:l^''^.y^^ CM?^T FOR CPR^T,DlPM0^iO$ ^(?E POURTV* IN VALUE! M06T VlkLUft3l.E 16 TWE PCWiU.THBN TWE EHE8ftlD,RUgy AND PlAHOUD*. ^-^f-YOl/jf for Summer^ Last year's iummtr clothti cn look (rrsh and n *ilh a profewioMi ing added yearly Regardless of where you live, in the city or on the farm, some of these could be getting into your drink Ing water Therefore, we led you should have iwo sources of water, one for watering the lawn, washing clothes and dishes, flushing toilets-the other for drmkmg and cooking Tans of thousand! of people in the United States and m rrtany foreign counlnes are now u4lng our portable water distillers. Send lor free literature now while the supply lasts Available At: SORENSEN'S SEWING CENTER Terms Available 509 Ave. C. B.C. 293-3770 D*olr Inquiries Welcome ^^ ^^^^^^^^^W^^^m^^ you're in ] ^M safe • '^ waters with I WWaivrMyti anefi oiithlioiiing • 20,000 SATISFIED CUSTOMERS Ti( iighl. fincc tlS* wt s'v men than 20 000 sinstiM cusuwefi-propit wh know tt iiu iut and tavingi of reridil'Onad waltf Why net ietiO>i|r >0' only pnni(s t day ^ul ) Mon-Sat ^ Open 9 am tu 5 pm ^1 f^mt <6) 2275 WH wownmwT AfTEB HOURS 0^^>H^. Pt. 451-2275 4000 Bolder Hwy. 0^ las Vegas /

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rrw^^mmmmmm i H*nd*fton Horn* Nw and Beuldr City Nw Pag* 22 Htndtnon Horn* Ntwt and Beuldar City Ntwt. Thurdoy,Juiial5, l7i REMINISIN OF THE THIRD STOOL rg23 Thursday, Junt 15, 1971 a I I ...... .ui rviuwum in CXd Lym, Conn. ved to call "the hill", they just 'ouldn't stand to chance the name on the door Had to get plum out and be on their own. so now they're rentin all that sapce. Doin the same dam job. but cotin liKe crazy Id bet. .sure nukes a feller scratch his head. Inoticeallofasuddin we got a couple of new? used car lots in town. Wondar if either one of era iaiond for used cars. One might be, they takm advantage of the old Railroad Depot sight, and they're sure makin a sight out of it. Looks worsen Pittman. The other'n I really gotta question, dont get •iiyf\inny ideas of parking on 'G street, between Arizona and Wyomin, to go into the Credit Union, or up the the Recreation hall, or into the Masonic Temple. They've turned that Public parking lot into a used car lot right smack practically in the lap of City Hall. Somebody sure got "juice" somewheres. Now that reminds me, that the Council still aint give out with a good explanation about them illegal meetins they been havin. maybe thev think it'll just go away, not so boys, why not just say you made a mistake. everbody does sometimes, even you council fellers. Like I say, just admit to a error, and start from there. There's a group of people meetin also, called the Manage Development bunch or whatever, kinda like they had over in California a few years back, some pretty dedicated folks workin this thing up, and the City sure needs it. See where there's to be council meetin next Tuesday, gonna keep a feller buby checkin on all them doins. Now fer you foks that care, this aint gonna be a regular thing, but once in a while, a "letter" like this might be submitted (thafo fancy talk fer catchin Bill Harbour on the street) just to roast "them" al little, it'll probably sound a little like but couldn't hold a candle to the old THIRD STOOU The Observer ofPftKWdt ^muUfllT INC. Fluid milk and crtam art the moit coniumed foods in th US. -291.2 poondi per capita. 4 DR. BYBON C. 6WINN11 M.D.F.A.C.S. (Hploinit of Aimrican Board of Surgiry WithM to Announci thi Opmino of hit Las Vioii Offki for Ihi Praetict of Surgery iVascijIar Surgery at: 901 Rancho ian; Suitt 111 Hmm by ApfointmMt 316-0693 Xi Zeta Chapter — Beta Sigma Phi Beuldtr City Xi Zeta Chapter held a Ritual and Installation dinner at the home of Sandy and Dave Dunahay on Saturday. May 13, 1978. Receiving th Exemplar Ritual wert Ittsy Sullivan and Wanda Ware. After the instaUatl0B0fthel9781979 offleMV, a delicious dinner waa aajoyed by members and klisbands. (Some craitta even ended up in tiM pool clothes and all.) The last meeting of T7 '78 (hooray!> was held at the home of Linda Balrd, with Lovina Rebman as CO hostess. An interesting program, on Rachel Carson, was given by Ruth Rihel. The Best Program of the Year award was won by Vicki Ashenfelter and Marlene Morwick who had given an interview type program on Charles Lindbergh. Much to our dismay, favorite people Sandy and Dave Dunahay will be leaving us -we're gonna miss you. Sandy and Dave. 'We'll be seeing eveybody at the Hot Dog Booth in the park on the 4th of July (bring money and appetite) 'til then have a good summer. Keli cIMI and so can you. Baron Dominique Jean Larrey, Napoleon's personal surgaoft, designed the first ambulanea in 1792, and used it in Napoleon's Italian campaign, 1796 7. Keli Nyman is beautiTul. conTident, happy • anrt a successful model And you miRht be surprised at how much John Robert Powers had to do with It For year.:, we vc been helping people become the best they can be. with training in grooming, beauty, poise and more You might not want to be a famous model But whatever .vou do want, we can help you find it loss t. Tropicana No }7S lot Vrgot, Nevada 19114 739-I93S Yps I m interesK^ ?l''asc send more informalion WAMt Gl 400BISS CITY suyt 7% off On Pre-Cut Rolls of Mirror Film limited to Stock DO-IT-YOURSELF 6IU MIRROR FILM. COHRNITa ECONOMY •ftlVACY IfMaatt haat Mp t< 77% Pfftadt YMV DrapM m4 fvnMun ttvM BairtiM Privaey-Sa ant, • •! k RaAteat filara Sam aa IMMy catU 1^ SALE • Lt W IT W KiriNi tIJI I1JI UM tut tlUNKt 11.11 t1.7l UM tut SAVE ova 2S% .^1 KISMH roM imaows taa MNW M TWM UST C3 VEGAS TRAIIER ^ supply 3076 E. FREMONT ST. 457-4265 *> RY CENTER J Sclls foF Lcss!! EUMTU: MAND NEW 1978 18^/^' MOBILE TRAVELER ONLY '9995* OCC FINANCING AVAIUIl^E 10% WITN COMPLETE SALES, savics PAITSA Fully Mif comainw) Solid ttNl wall A roo( ugt cowrjctlon, douM stMl constructton tor IntullKm ol root air Stovt, 9
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rrw^^mmmmmm i H*nd*fton Horn* Nw and Beuldr City Nw Pag* 22 Htndtnon Horn* Ntwt and Beuldar City Ntwt. Thurdoy,Juiial5, l7i REMINISIN OF THE THIRD STOOL rg23 Thursday, Junt 15, 1971 a I I ...... .ui rviuwum in CXd Lym, Conn. ved to call "the hill", they just 'ouldn't stand to chance the name on the door Had to get plum out and be on their own. so now they're rentin all that sapce. Doin the same dam job. but cotin liKe crazy Id bet. .sure nukes a feller scratch his head. Inoticeallofasuddin we got a couple of new? used car lots in town. Wondar if either one of era iaiond for used cars. One might be, they takm advantage of the old Railroad Depot sight, and they're sure makin a sight out of it. Looks worsen Pittman. The other'n I really gotta question, dont get •iiyf\inny ideas of parking on 'G street, between Arizona and Wyomin, to go into the Credit Union, or up the the Recreation hall, or into the Masonic Temple. They've turned that Public parking lot into a used car lot right smack practically in the lap of City Hall. Somebody sure got "juice" somewheres. Now that reminds me, that the Council still aint give out with a good explanation about them illegal meetins they been havin. maybe thev think it'll just go away, not so boys, why not just say you made a mistake. everbody does sometimes, even you council fellers. Like I say, just admit to a error, and start from there. There's a group of people meetin also, called the Manage Development bunch or whatever, kinda like they had over in California a few years back, some pretty dedicated folks workin this thing up, and the City sure needs it. See where there's to be council meetin next Tuesday, gonna keep a feller buby checkin on all them doins. Now fer you foks that care, this aint gonna be a regular thing, but once in a while, a "letter" like this might be submitted (thafo fancy talk fer catchin Bill Harbour on the street) just to roast "them" al little, it'll probably sound a little like but couldn't hold a candle to the old THIRD STOOU The Observer ofPftKWdt ^muUfllT INC. Fluid milk and crtam art the moit coniumed foods in th US. -291.2 poondi per capita. 4 DR. BYBON C. 6WINN11 M.D.F.A.C.S. (Hploinit of Aimrican Board of Surgiry WithM to Announci thi Opmino of hit Las Vioii Offki for Ihi Praetict of Surgery iVascijIar Surgery at: 901 Rancho ian; Suitt 111 Hmm by ApfointmMt 316-0693 Xi Zeta Chapter — Beta Sigma Phi Beuldtr City Xi Zeta Chapter held a Ritual and Installation dinner at the home of Sandy and Dave Dunahay on Saturday. May 13, 1978. Receiving th Exemplar Ritual wert Ittsy Sullivan and Wanda Ware. After the instaUatl0B0fthel9781979 offleMV, a delicious dinner waa aajoyed by members and klisbands. (Some craitta even ended up in tiM pool clothes and all.) The last meeting of T7 '78 (hooray!> was held at the home of Linda Balrd, with Lovina Rebman as CO hostess. An interesting program, on Rachel Carson, was given by Ruth Rihel. The Best Program of the Year award was won by Vicki Ashenfelter and Marlene Morwick who had given an interview type program on Charles Lindbergh. Much to our dismay, favorite people Sandy and Dave Dunahay will be leaving us -we're gonna miss you. Sandy and Dave. 'We'll be seeing eveybody at the Hot Dog Booth in the park on the 4th of July (bring money and appetite) 'til then have a good summer. Keli cIMI and so can you. Baron Dominique Jean Larrey, Napoleon's personal surgaoft, designed the first ambulanea in 1792, and used it in Napoleon's Italian campaign, 1796 7. Keli Nyman is beautiTul. conTident, happy • anrt a successful model And you miRht be surprised at how much John Robert Powers had to do with It For year.:, we vc been helping people become the best they can be. with training in grooming, beauty, poise and more You might not want to be a famous model But whatever .vou do want, we can help you find it loss t. Tropicana No }7S lot Vrgot, Nevada 19114 739-I93S Yps I m interesK^ ?l''asc send more informalion WAMt Gl 400BISS CITY suyt 7% off On Pre-Cut Rolls of Mirror Film limited to Stock DO-IT-YOURSELF 6IU MIRROR FILM. COHRNITa ECONOMY •ftlVACY IfMaatt haat Mp t< 77% Pfftadt YMV DrapM m4 fvnMun ttvM BairtiM Privaey-Sa ant, • •! k RaAteat filara Sam aa IMMy catU 1^ SALE • Lt W IT W KiriNi tIJI I1JI UM tut tlUNKt 11.11 t1.7l UM tut SAVE ova 2S% .^1 KISMH roM imaows taa MNW M TWM UST C3 VEGAS TRAIIER ^ supply 3076 E. FREMONT ST. 457-4265 *> RY CENTER J Sclls foF Lcss!! EUMTU: MAND NEW 1978 18^/^' MOBILE TRAVELER ONLY '9995* OCC FINANCING AVAIUIl^E 10% WITN COMPLETE SALES, savics PAITSA Fully Mif comainw) Solid ttNl wall A roo( ugt cowrjctlon, douM stMl constructton tor IntullKm ol root air Stovt, 9
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• ^s^lp i^i^^ mm^ Htndtnon Homt Ntwt and Buld*r City Nws MOBILE HOME SALFS 457-8345 ATTENTION IMMW Chy • BUYERS • wf tomci M taia TMM MfAl U MWT •Msomcf imi SMI. WI fOL B KCTO TAKETMDES Anylhmg ol value. Molo' hoiTMt. Irivol Irailert, aulos, trucKs. etc See us before you buy. SPECIAL FMANCtNfi Wc can arrange linnncrng on request wili the best possible rales We woik only witti the leading reputable lenders including Savinas and Loan INFORMATION For any mobile home housing problem tall us we will be glad lo help wilh no obligation: We ha ets and Morry first sold newspopers on the streets of Milwaukee together and then after high Khool days both attended the U. of Wisconsin. Morry was the sports writer and editor of the Daily Cardinal and Goldenberg became the star footballer, making all Big Ten. He went on to become oil pre five times with the champion Packers. In returning the following letter he also included a copy of the Hall of Fame plaque which is on the walls of the Milwaukee Arena. We print the cop with the letter... LK) Dear Lorna: I was very happy to receive your letter of March.15, and am answering immediately since Imislaidyour first correspondence and am very sorry that I could not answer sooner but enough of that. First of all let me start with a few nice things about Morry. since I have known him for over fifty years and also pride myself with being one of his very good friends. We who knew him as a youngster, have always had a greatdealofrespect and admiration for Morry because he was always, as now, first, last and foremost honest and would always speak that way or write in the same manner. Besides his thirst for seeking out any worthwhile news or topics of the day or sports incidents would bring Morry running. A hard worker who always applied himself from boyhood on. one who was certain to succeed in any chosen field for Morry was always seeking out news and writing about it. In grammer school, high school at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, Morry Zenoffhas made hundreds, yes thousands of friends, that have been life long. I sincerely feel that one can be greatly complimertted by having Morry call him a friend! During our college days at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, Wisconsin there were some crazy incidents that occurred that might be worth repeating. The time that Morry and I cut classes and left Madison to go and see our girl friends in Milwaukee and on the way back to the University, about 1 a.m. with Morry driving, since it was his car. we raced a Milwaukee Road train to a certain crossing and just missed getting killed (by about 2 or 3 seconds; at said crossing, but thank god we made it! Enough of this patter but to a wonderful friend and sincere and beautiful person we here all salute you. Morry, on your 50th anniversary or writing the truth. Your Buddy. (s)Charles 'Buckets" Goldenberg Buckets Goldenberg ^ ^ • V' CHAltl£$ £'BUCKEa:S*COLDE,NBERC SELECTED FOR TlfE AUBIG TEN AND ALL MID WEST TEAIS AS FlILLB.^CK AND GUARD AT THE U OF WISCONSIN 1930-32 NAMED ALL PRO 5 TIMES AS A GUARD FOR THE GREEN B.W PAilKfRS FROM 1935-45 PLAyiNG WITH THE NFL CHAMPIONS OF J936 1939 AND 1944 BORN APRIL 12 1911 AT ODESSA RUSSIA ELECTED IN 1975 Poge 24 ThursdOy, June 15^ 1978 Divorce Adjustment ^^m^ A warm discussion group for people seeking support among people experiencing the same emotional needs. No cost and free baby sitting is provided. On Monday evenings the group meets at the First Christian Church, 101 S. Rancho Road, Las Vegas, at 7;30 p.m. On Wednesday groups are held at The Center for United Campus Ministry, 4765 Brussels Avenue, Las Vegas. For further information call 382 9493 or 457 • 1401. 'Fbrtunt brings in lome hoo thif • not iteerd. Shaketpai OASIS SERVICE CO. Quality Air Conditioning 293-2110 PHOTO T-SHIRT & GIFT SHOP A Unique Gift For Father's Pay YOUR OWN PICTURE ON A'T'SHIRT FOR FATHER M 0.00 (T shirt included! Just Bring In A Photo Also Available: PHOTOMUGS PHOTO PUTES ^ =. Transfers Stickers De<^als OPEN 11 AM 7 PM 953 E. SAHARA Commercial Center Village Square Ph. 733-6880 t '20.000 CASH DRAWING TWICE DAILY AT 2:30 PM & 8:30 PM Winners need not be present Rtgittar Your Social SKurity Nomiwr it tlu I SL CORT9Z HOT6LS CASINO ni MR • frMMM nSMy of rtW rMVn| Ik Ik itir •! • ^ Still sharing 1 Yi bathrooms with 4/2 kids? Bank of Nevada loans \ '^w i/c'"/ • '^<^j "(i^ < ^t IREMEM9ER...LAS VEGAS IS FRIENDLY FORD COUNTRY!! 'J ^i/rd^ • et-.. i/imi J \/oi^ UorH m fM Idpt power bratii^ ijiu4\ dual \M'. W slitli unbilitvibia No NOW 2 167 1977 PINTO "RiMkMt" |4 nl. 4 ifM<. MR. Mni Mirlir I uMir.l Mo MM. M. WtWi.-aWmMCNillM 1976 CHtVY Malibu Classic ZOR VU iuhimjlic |iii[ MRt'inij & t)[it, vinyl lo|i *M fiiiio WSW hm Shows ptidt ol iKfiff^Hip N) BlbtiA NOW 2767 197( PINTO "S^iiri W|ii" |4 CTl. 4 ipN4.4M. iNlnl uMi. itMMi ntk. niht wkMlt. WSW Unt. "EtdMiWpi' III. 113495 9 („ P304'i 3767 1976 CHEVY CIO Custom Dlx fccyl b speed lfl gauges mirrofs HO bumper Perleil Trutk lor (lad No P30/8I NOW O^Wfta 1976 TOYOTA "SR5 Hitcbbiek It DOM. 4 qfl. S UMi. AM. miy wMi. rn Indi. teckd tntt. AM rti. nMllm. "'"^ lEciiMT 1* N03A J3887 1974 PINTO "WigM" 4 nl NtoMlic. AIR. Imiit nek. WSW Mm. Mm uMt. Ftrii CMM WNM N 7I0W WAS $2995 NOW. ^239! 19/1 FORO Torino Sport 2DR tn c\„^ ji^t >;••,/ ^x•>^/ ^/ii y.-*d c/i-d Crimd i/Cid^j (i/Si^) 't/^ • i/r^

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• ^s^lp i^i^^ mm^ Htndtnon Homt Ntwt and Buld*r City Nws MOBILE HOME SALFS 457-8345 ATTENTION IMMW Chy • BUYERS • wf tomci M taia TMM MfAl U MWT •Msomcf imi SMI. WI fOL B KCTO TAKETMDES Anylhmg ol value. Molo' hoiTMt. Irivol Irailert, aulos, trucKs. etc See us before you buy. SPECIAL FMANCtNfi Wc can arrange linnncrng on request wili the best possible rales We woik only witti the leading reputable lenders including Savinas and Loan INFORMATION For any mobile home housing problem tall us we will be glad lo help wilh no obligation: We ha ets and Morry first sold newspopers on the streets of Milwaukee together and then after high Khool days both attended the U. of Wisconsin. Morry was the sports writer and editor of the Daily Cardinal and Goldenberg became the star footballer, making all Big Ten. He went on to become oil pre five times with the champion Packers. In returning the following letter he also included a copy of the Hall of Fame plaque which is on the walls of the Milwaukee Arena. We print the cop with the letter... LK) Dear Lorna: I was very happy to receive your letter of March.15, and am answering immediately since Imislaidyour first correspondence and am very sorry that I could not answer sooner but enough of that. First of all let me start with a few nice things about Morry. since I have known him for over fifty years and also pride myself with being one of his very good friends. We who knew him as a youngster, have always had a greatdealofrespect and admiration for Morry because he was always, as now, first, last and foremost honest and would always speak that way or write in the same manner. Besides his thirst for seeking out any worthwhile news or topics of the day or sports incidents would bring Morry running. A hard worker who always applied himself from boyhood on. one who was certain to succeed in any chosen field for Morry was always seeking out news and writing about it. In grammer school, high school at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, Morry Zenoffhas made hundreds, yes thousands of friends, that have been life long. I sincerely feel that one can be greatly complimertted by having Morry call him a friend! During our college days at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, Wisconsin there were some crazy incidents that occurred that might be worth repeating. The time that Morry and I cut classes and left Madison to go and see our girl friends in Milwaukee and on the way back to the University, about 1 a.m. with Morry driving, since it was his car. we raced a Milwaukee Road train to a certain crossing and just missed getting killed (by about 2 or 3 seconds; at said crossing, but thank god we made it! Enough of this patter but to a wonderful friend and sincere and beautiful person we here all salute you. Morry, on your 50th anniversary or writing the truth. Your Buddy. (s)Charles 'Buckets" Goldenberg Buckets Goldenberg ^ ^ • V' CHAltl£$ £'BUCKEa:S*COLDE,NBERC SELECTED FOR TlfE AUBIG TEN AND ALL MID WEST TEAIS AS FlILLB.^CK AND GUARD AT THE U OF WISCONSIN 1930-32 NAMED ALL PRO 5 TIMES AS A GUARD FOR THE GREEN B.W PAilKfRS FROM 1935-45 PLAyiNG WITH THE NFL CHAMPIONS OF J936 1939 AND 1944 BORN APRIL 12 1911 AT ODESSA RUSSIA ELECTED IN 1975 Poge 24 ThursdOy, June 15^ 1978 Divorce Adjustment ^^m^ A warm discussion group for people seeking support among people experiencing the same emotional needs. No cost and free baby sitting is provided. On Monday evenings the group meets at the First Christian Church, 101 S. Rancho Road, Las Vegas, at 7;30 p.m. On Wednesday groups are held at The Center for United Campus Ministry, 4765 Brussels Avenue, Las Vegas. For further information call 382 9493 or 457 • 1401. 'Fbrtunt brings in lome hoo thif • not iteerd. Shaketpai OASIS SERVICE CO. Quality Air Conditioning 293-2110 PHOTO T-SHIRT & GIFT SHOP A Unique Gift For Father's Pay YOUR OWN PICTURE ON A'T'SHIRT FOR FATHER M 0.00 (T shirt included! Just Bring In A Photo Also Available: PHOTOMUGS PHOTO PUTES ^ =. Transfers Stickers De<^als OPEN 11 AM 7 PM 953 E. SAHARA Commercial Center Village Square Ph. 733-6880 t '20.000 CASH DRAWING TWICE DAILY AT 2:30 PM & 8:30 PM Winners need not be present Rtgittar Your Social SKurity Nomiwr it tlu I SL CORT9Z HOT6LS CASINO ni MR • frMMM nSMy of rtW rMVn| Ik Ik itir •! • ^ Still sharing 1 Yi bathrooms with 4/2 kids? Bank of Nevada loans \ '^w i/c'"/ • '^<^j "(i^ < ^t IREMEM9ER...LAS VEGAS IS FRIENDLY FORD COUNTRY!! 'J ^i/rd^ • et-.. i/imi J \/oi^ UorH m fM Idpt power bratii^ ijiu4\ dual \M'. W slitli unbilitvibia No NOW 2 167 1977 PINTO "RiMkMt" |4 nl. 4 ifM<. MR. Mni Mirlir I uMir.l Mo MM. M. WtWi.-aWmMCNillM 1976 CHtVY Malibu Classic ZOR VU iuhimjlic |iii[ MRt'inij & t)[it, vinyl lo|i *M fiiiio WSW hm Shows ptidt ol iKfiff^Hip N) BlbtiA NOW 2767 197( PINTO "S^iiri W|ii" |4 CTl. 4 ipN4.4M. iNlnl uMi. itMMi ntk. niht wkMlt. WSW Unt. "EtdMiWpi' III. 113495 9 („ P304'i 3767 1976 CHEVY CIO Custom Dlx fccyl b speed lfl gauges mirrofs HO bumper Perleil Trutk lor (lad No P30/8I NOW O^Wfta 1976 TOYOTA "SR5 Hitcbbiek It DOM. 4 qfl. S UMi. AM. miy wMi. rn Indi. teckd tntt. AM rti. nMllm. "'"^ lEciiMT 1* N03A J3887 1974 PINTO "WigM" 4 nl NtoMlic. AIR. Imiit nek. WSW Mm. Mm uMt. Ftrii CMM WNM N 7I0W WAS $2995 NOW. ^239! 19/1 FORO Torino Sport 2DR tn c\„^ ji^t >;••,/ ^x•>^/ ^/ii y.-*d c/i-d Crimd i/Cid^j (i/Si^) 't/^ • i/r^

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\ SPECIAL BONUS 1 • (ruqH^rs,— "* A irsDi! DIAPERS JOHNSOrS DM INT uls|M)siU)k •w r r vii.># -'0^^ o' Or^ •m SO-OZ CASCADE^ 2N IFF Uia NCUtE FM VlimUT MTLEU WtKS. rilU IIYE Till INC WITH TNIS COVNH t1>4l CMPM unmi HI. Ml • TM UT. tMi[ nn. in NIT' COUPON AND SAVE! ^f\£jW\ A ^t/ \J\J\J\J\J\J'J\J 1. ntiminiriii I MX va..,i < MIX jl 0> C*ni \ SHrWtiMllUNMMTS SKIPPY DOG FOOD! jcnernugqe^ k uiknea FIIMIU TO icir riui HT lEMAM REtinr INS NAPfT CIUT NT! WITN TNIS COUPON^ fllCI MflTNOVT COUNHS10JI citin EFFTcriirt w(i. IWH i4tii wi UT. INI iTtt. 1171 nir< ^COUPON AND SAVE? sj \J \J \/ \J \J^< •D* C a%f vi • JW r^i 0"< (ILA M MrF[nA\ GARDEN HOSE! -Quitnr MAXIMUM FLDmiTY AT* • • ••nai SUfl STHMTI. STtrs FLEIHIE W Ul WEATIEI IIUS nUPllNSS. WITH THIS COUPON. 'fMCI NITNOVT •MtlLlI mm (FTEcnvE wig. luiit uti TMIUT.mw I Tit IITI Nir' •COUPON AND SAVEI \3 \J M \J \J \J ^^• r^, • O' ^F.M.^,^ TISSUE FAMILY SCOn^ tIFTNESS TUT rN'Ll tPflEaATE UMT 41111 IN lUITIFIl dlllS WITN THIS COUPON.. HMCI mTWNIT mm mmi wu. MMC IM im UT. WM nil. in mv COUPON AND SAVE! '\j \j \f \i \j \j I C^ viu Mr.• )* 0 Cxt. )m suf JNT -^is^ TAMPAX TAMPONS! FN FM milTT FEMNINE PIITECTtN TN'U LIVE TIE NICE AM TIE CMFNT WHH THIS COOPWL. PltCI NimNT CttNN ftjt CMm (ffcerm fti. MM IM TMUT.NM 17tt. IITIMr 7i COUPON AND SAVE! 1f\j\/\j^jij\j\j t c mf vti< 1 JOt m O"* C < GIAHp;^ fc"9.7o 9N SALE! :sar: UK*, io •. TM • TWMSMr • nNMT •HIM eiMTfliit • UTVtMT CMARLtMON PLA;* 'SOOE Chfton Bia L V OPflESSMAr i JONES 2M North Jonct rtAMiNGO k BOUIOER 4730 EM Flm,n(o RoM FIMTtTIH BONANZA t RANCHO. MO lUncho Ortv* NORTH LAS VEGAS 701 < E LvSu|| iJii^ BONUS PRICE! vERfporaur VOPKA EicHn-PMior OLD RAND STRAIGHT t^asri in. '^1 ^i^ OURBO EKNTY-SIX niOOF uni TftlBUNO leRISTA-BELU WHITE ITAUAN WINE Yi. /t> ^S^. ^ -^ 1.75LITER LOW PRICE! SEA6RAI CROWN ROVAL: BUNDED WHISKEY ^ • '\4 750MIL lOTTlE SKAfiSS LOW PRICE! • iLIEBFRAUMILCH POPULAR DINNER EISNTY raooF MIL ASSPOR VERY POPUUR SCOTCH JIRHn-SIX PROOF ism EACH 23-IZ itniEl > CANADIAN HENDEO WHISKEY EIRHn-PROOF CANAPIAI ITp. WHISKEY EIQNn-PROOF # 7 (tonatiian 1.75UnR lUNOEll HANDY RFTH! iJoiE ^liCftYo WHITE TEQUILA EltHn-PROOF 0WEN6RAU 6PACK BEER I EACH SEAGRAM'S EXTM PRV6IN EIRNn-PROOF > 'vjr. IITTUS \%wn "siionSR^ FOR THOSE SPECIAL SIR IDUS FOR DAD! 1.7WITER SlPa PRICE! SKAGGS GIANT 4-DAY SALE! • WED-THURS^I4AT* WE RfSEtVE TNffffSffr 79 UWr 0IU DUSnR Alfl auto vinyMop Poww No 8242 76F0ranS0 4l4 AIR aulo No 8263 '5388 72 CNmNNE AIR aulo powor No 821S EASYI'INANCING CALL 870-9161 BRAND NEW DATSUN 510 HATCHBACK •SEE us 'FIRST NATIONAL BANK 'CREDIT UNIONS • NEVADA STATf BANK • GMAC CREDIT • LEASE • ASK ABOUT OUR NO DOWN PAYMENT PLAN. TODAY AND SAVE ON THESE VACATION SPECIALS n08 • •jJUBTtt Auto. AIR CMMBciii MIYNOW K-MPtM AND SAVE IMMBNATIDOIVBT •^•ij, N0.4l BRAND NEW DATSUN 810 WAGON M38 :^ir'^ri\v>^ • •.nMTU .^ CMHOMl ttnp. IU ncK. HWPIftn BBJIBT BRAND NEW DATSUN 280Z iW IS* M.naiTtf 157 SipMtf. SAHARA DATSUN SON WEST SAHARA AVL AT DEdTUR BLVD. 'tlATM' \y F0RKEN9 PLAYERS ONLY PLAY KENO at YOUR favorite rate of m or m or $1.00 or our special rates of 65
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'^M:^-'!' • > vr'^v'• ftt/r^vrt Hondonon Homo Nowt and lovldor City Nowf tag* 21 Thvndoy, Juno IS, 1971 MORRY Cofili Frein p^ 1 rafvaao WQV OOM TO (HOVO ovot this initiol stop. BuriihoMor from tho first n>eittont brought logic and oxportiso into tho discussion •• and os tho ovoning progrossod, ooch of tho ottondinf oxports was ollowod to in A-B-C simplicity oxploin hit own part in tho picturt. Thon Burkholdor logicolly pullod out tho ports tofothor and at ovoning's ond tho portioi on hand as woll os tho oudionco hod o cloar cut story of what hod to bo dono, whot had boon dono, what will bo tho ond rotult. Tho only missing numbor it how much will bo takon in at tho goto. Prejoctions shew the city of Hondorsen could moko a quortor million dollors o yoor •• out of its ono por cont of tho gross rocoiptt, while at tho samo tImo tho Downs poopio will b^ paying off its bond-buyors, paying o stiff state racing tax •and paying up to a thousond omployeet. Trust Committee member Dole Roberts, who once served so well OS city coufKilmon, mode tho motion to pass the rtselutien that will open a series of meotingt loading to a final drafting of o final paper. Now member, Bill Farmer, o local CPA, seconded tlio motion and when a voice vote followed •• lurkhelder's yes ond fourth and remaining ntombor •• Ettos McOoniel chimed in with hit orfii motive* Insisting en the meeting being consistent with tho open mooting Iqws of tho stote, Burkholdor called for oil porties to comment whatever which woy. Audience opinion come forth from Kirby and Horsh Trumbo, who ore also n>embors of tho Downs, incorporated. Horry Porik, long timo investor in Henderson prepeitiet, insisted on having proper wotchdog points to oversee tho huge project and moke sure everything conforms to low. Trust member McDoniol likowido insisted on district guidelines. Ho hung tho "dirty clothes" out en the line, reciting previous trios of the some group or others olliod to it ond how promises wore mode but nothing came of It. This tho Downs operators expioined owoy Tuesday at being the fault of the thon softneu in the investment market. McDoniol also questioned Attorrtoy Oonoral Robert list's allowoiKO of tho Downs application from four years bock to be grand-fathered into being used now thus enabling the Downs to ovoid a law change that came in the lost legislature session and which insists en posting two to ono guarantees before proiocts ore okayed for public trust financing. McDoniol, who several times during tho ovoning said he wos confused did manage to bring onto the table, also, other porseno! opinions such as inferring that one of the Downs lawyers, Brian Oroenspun, hod used "politics" to win List's favorable opinion. The door-thinking city attorney, Kent Dowson, repeatedly explained to McDoniol end tho committee that tho change in opinion came os o result of tho attorney general's office ro-reoding of the wording of the low and finding it had overlookod the grondfothoring feature which Dowson further explained wot not unusuol in his city doings that called on tpociol readings from the attorney general's office. Eostem ogents on hand for tho ovoning when osked by this wri* tor at tho close of the evening wHother the McOoniel ond Folk orgumontotivo points woul4 servo to Mock tfteir efforts to sell insurance componios tho bonds wfion and if tfey complete final phoses of drofting. We wore told • no fact tiiot ttio pros ond cons wore woll^irod in public would Mfve ttiom oven bettor, since it would bo boot to hovo criticism come oorly rtthor thmn later when huge amounts of time and money hod boon expended. From many of the detoils thot wore presented, the audience learned that the Funk family, generally considered the No. 1 dog racing operotors in the notion (four tracks now going successfully in Arisono), have boon licensed by the Nevada Rocing commission as operotors; that they hove applied to become stockholders and ore being processed for re-liconting at stockholders, which tho gaming low colls for; that horse-racing will come later and will be poid for out of revenues from the dog project; that much detailed popor work is necessary before the bonds ore sold and the money becomes ovoiloble for construction; that the Funks did advonco $300,000 to the Dewnt, Inc., which wos to clear debts, one of which is 0 poid up-to-date time* payment plan to the city on o $51,000 indebtedness; that insuronco company investors hove invested ii^ gaming operations and sporting ventures in the East and thon like the high '.etum for high risk factor. Among tho experts on hond Tuesday evening wore; Jomes Richordson, Chicoge, attorney, bond counsel; Chories Burion, Washington attorney for the Funks; Chories Svenson, of the bond selling firm of Donaldson, Mkin and Jenrette of Wall Street; Tod Dotson, Las Vegas, attorney for the las Vegas Downs; Brion Greonspun, attorney for the Funks at their ooriior application; a member of the state gaming control board, attorney, and wftose findingt are uied by tho Nevada Rocing commission; Dovid Funk senior and Dovid Funk, junior, roco trock operotors. It should be noted in closing that before the next mooting of the beard, next Tuesday night, a new oppointmont will bo mode to reploce businessman Bill Perry, resigned. Nrmer's spot on the board beconto necessary when Dr. Harold Miller resigned several ntenths ogo. In addition to next week's nieeting, another was set up for two weeks hence, at which time the obove-nomed oxports will return to work on next steps. Next week's mooting will be tpent, it wot explained, in getting informational input up to dote OS to appraisals, state licensing, explanations of previous legal opinions and reviews of lows. Woll.. Whot do you knew? The White House press corps has included me in on President Cortor't visit to Panama tontorrow, where ho is to exchange documents rotifying the poets with PononKi's chief of government, Omor Terrijes Horraro in re tho ownership of the conol. As o mottor of fact, while you rood this my oching bones will be oboord o TWA-er to Washington, D.C. whore the xhedulo soys I pick up the wftole touring porty tomorrow morning, leaving Andrews Air Force Base 15 minutes ohood of Air Force One with The Man" ... about 9:30 oyom. Tho bittemess of tho tonotoriol dobotot which leod up to tKo point whore our senator, Howord Cannon, was ttto key vote thot nuide it yes could possibly bring some unusual things hopponing on this quick jount. Wo return Soturdoy night ond I get bock in my own sock on Father's Day of • h will bo o ploosufo serving m your eyes ono eocs on tMs tiiston* col ond moybo hyttorkol < yyyyMyMMMM Myy y yyy yyyyyyyM MM John Foley files for governor Lashing out at Republican Candidate for Governor Robert List's failure to qualify as the leader that Nevada needs in the coming years, John Foley, Las Vegas attorney, yester•day announced he will be a democratic candidate for governor. He planned to actually file later in the day while visiting the northern cities to make the same .announcement. Foley once served Boulder City as deputy district attorney in the early 1960s. Foley recently served as an elected state senator. He is one of the five brothers, all attorneys, who have made the family name a household vvord in NevadaOne brother. Roger, is federal judge. The boys' father also was a noted federal judge until his death a few years ago. The other Foley brothers are Tom. Joe, George ... all of whom have often appeared in court rooms and civic meetings in the Boulder and Henderson area. In his announcing speech yesterday John Foley said; "We hove entered a phase in this land when voters no longer will accept the politics of yesterday. That's the message of Proposition 13. People are tired of government that reaches deeper and deeper into their pockets..." He promised to be the answer the voters are looking for to right the wrongs of present day office-holders. He praised Mike O'Callaghan for his achievements as governor and pledged to follow his footsteps. He stated he was urged to run by men of high caliber, dedicated to bringing about good government. He mentioned one of them. Jimmy Cashman, as being his chief backer. KothlMii Miller kwi Ed Hiids Review Art Festivel JOHN FOLiY Letter Dear Bill. Thank you for seeing that the P.T.A. Carnival on April 8 had such good coverage. It's a big bonus to the P.T.A. to have a community newspaper that cares so much about the children of the community and their special events. Thank you. Sue Bradley Carnival Chairman Two of our finest artists have already registered whh the Boulder City Hospital Art Festival. They are Kathleen Miller and Ed Hinds. Kathleen is Ed and Julie Hinds' talented artist daughter from Laguna Beach. At the recent show in the Shopping Mall in las Vegas a representative from the new Federal Credit Union bidg. in Las Vegas spotted Kathleen's "Mining Scene" in oils and promptly purchased it for the elite lounge room. The picture is one of Kathleen's largest and it is impressively beautiful hanging above the fireplace in the center of the magnificent loungeroom. Ed nd Kathleen are donating a picture each for the sale of chances at the 1978 show of shows, the gigantic B.C. Art Festival. Nicitt VisHied By Texas Relotives After 46 Yeon Ruby Nicks lakeview said her hubby Jay has a great visit from his cousins, Edith Endman and Clyde Pickering from Amarillo. Texas after a period of 46 years of not seeing one another. Ruby also asked vs to correct i statement about the Nicks family reunion in 1972. An aunt was alive at the age of 104 but she was unable to come to Boulder City as the story stated. What was important was that there were S generatMns of the Nicks family alive on the eorth in 1972. Remember Fatfier'e Day, June 1 Stli "Beautiful Cleaning for Beautiful People" Pereonallzed Pry Cleaning "The Perfect Shirt" Hend Finished Fishion Furs Complite Care Center • Clnning • Storajje Viult • REMODELING • RESTYLINQ ALL SERVICES AVAILABLE ON THE PREMISES "Vilclene" Can Clean The Garments That Other Cleaners Refuse SPECIALIZING IN 8UEDE8 i LEATHER! W^W' IN COMMERCIAL CENTER • 993 E. SAHARA Vi i>*ip>f%M ^"1 7 AM 6 PM CLEANERS SAT e AM-5 PM Pick-Up Delivery 735-0186 WANT ADS CONTINUED • Sorensen'g Sewing Center I Diit ofPWS Water Distillers. SOS Ave. C B.C 23-3T70 I PURCHASE ^/b of a Cewna m S1S007 293 2323. Boulder City only. FOR SALE-1974Honda 2MEl sinore. Asking price |3S0. Needs mechanital work. Call after 6 p.m WMtni. HdD. RESIDENTIAL HOUSEKEEP INC POSITION WANTED • Expcriented mature lady seeking BC. empi in pvt hornet. Call 293-33M. FOR SALE • Osa dirt bike, dis assembled. S2S. Call 293 21. B.C. 3 iMt for Salt -^ With approved house plan if needed. 2S3 17. B.C. sac ftepiNM dl^ BMW* MOSSEirSMASONRYi Dun Momr lie Na 14708 iWKiBrsav Niv. FOR SALE 2 bdrm condo. all elert.. pool, laundry NIeely locatad. $39,00 or terms 293 2511 BC. CARPENTERS ATTN FOR SALE • 2x4 Fir Studs tT'. $1 25 each per tonplctt unit. |1 39 each in broken uniU. nRST COME HRST SERVED Fri Sat 8 am til V601W UkeMeidBlvd in Henderson 5ctween 10 and 4 Come to the Gold Strike Reservation Center. 2 miles from Hoover Dam • BUYING ALUMINUM cans, 19* lb clean aluminum 72' lb ACE HIGH SALVAGE 1100 Delhi. N Las Veg|. 88030 648-5949 or 6424225 CUSTOM HOME 3 bdrm 2 bath, family room, garage, over 2100 sq. ft Call 293 1287 BC -MWMMMMIMWMMM Furnished Apartment For Lease In Boulder City Attractively furnished two bedroom, one bath condo. in beautiful Boulder Square. Overlooking pool, no sun, low utility fees. Adults only. Three year lease preferable, one year minimum to responsible executive only $350. month. Write Box AAA, Box. 815, Henderson. Nev. 89015. -^

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'^M:^-'!' • > vr'^v'• ftt/r^vrt Hondonon Homo Nowt and lovldor City Nowf tag* 21 Thvndoy, Juno IS, 1971 MORRY Cofili Frein p^ 1 rafvaao WQV OOM TO (HOVO ovot this initiol stop. BuriihoMor from tho first n>eittont brought logic and oxportiso into tho discussion •• and os tho ovoning progrossod, ooch of tho ottondinf oxports was ollowod to in A-B-C simplicity oxploin hit own part in tho picturt. Thon Burkholdor logicolly pullod out tho ports tofothor and at ovoning's ond tho portioi on hand as woll os tho oudionco hod o cloar cut story of what hod to bo dono, whot had boon dono, what will bo tho ond rotult. Tho only missing numbor it how much will bo takon in at tho goto. Prejoctions shew the city of Hondorsen could moko a quortor million dollors o yoor •• out of its ono por cont of tho gross rocoiptt, while at tho samo tImo tho Downs poopio will b^ paying off its bond-buyors, paying o stiff state racing tax •and paying up to a thousond omployeet. Trust Committee member Dole Roberts, who once served so well OS city coufKilmon, mode tho motion to pass the rtselutien that will open a series of meotingt loading to a final drafting of o final paper. Now member, Bill Farmer, o local CPA, seconded tlio motion and when a voice vote followed •• lurkhelder's yes ond fourth and remaining ntombor •• Ettos McOoniel chimed in with hit orfii motive* Insisting en the meeting being consistent with tho open mooting Iqws of tho stote, Burkholdor called for oil porties to comment whatever which woy. Audience opinion come forth from Kirby and Horsh Trumbo, who ore also n>embors of tho Downs, incorporated. Horry Porik, long timo investor in Henderson prepeitiet, insisted on having proper wotchdog points to oversee tho huge project and moke sure everything conforms to low. Trust member McDoniol likowido insisted on district guidelines. Ho hung tho "dirty clothes" out en the line, reciting previous trios of the some group or others olliod to it ond how promises wore mode but nothing came of It. This tho Downs operators expioined owoy Tuesday at being the fault of the thon softneu in the investment market. McDoniol also questioned Attorrtoy Oonoral Robert list's allowoiKO of tho Downs application from four years bock to be grand-fathered into being used now thus enabling the Downs to ovoid a law change that came in the lost legislature session and which insists en posting two to ono guarantees before proiocts ore okayed for public trust financing. McDoniol, who several times during tho ovoning said he wos confused did manage to bring onto the table, also, other porseno! opinions such as inferring that one of the Downs lawyers, Brian Oroenspun, hod used "politics" to win List's favorable opinion. The door-thinking city attorney, Kent Dowson, repeatedly explained to McDoniol end tho committee that tho change in opinion came os o result of tho attorney general's office ro-reoding of the wording of the low and finding it had overlookod the grondfothoring feature which Dowson further explained wot not unusuol in his city doings that called on tpociol readings from the attorney general's office. Eostem ogents on hand for tho ovoning when osked by this wri* tor at tho close of the evening wHother the McOoniel ond Folk orgumontotivo points woul4 servo to Mock tfteir efforts to sell insurance componios tho bonds wfion and if tfey complete final phoses of drofting. We wore told • no fact tiiot ttio pros ond cons wore woll^irod in public would Mfve ttiom oven bettor, since it would bo boot to hovo criticism come oorly rtthor thmn later when huge amounts of time and money hod boon expended. From many of the detoils thot wore presented, the audience learned that the Funk family, generally considered the No. 1 dog racing operotors in the notion (four tracks now going successfully in Arisono), have boon licensed by the Nevada Rocing commission as operotors; that they hove applied to become stockholders and ore being processed for re-liconting at stockholders, which tho gaming low colls for; that horse-racing will come later and will be poid for out of revenues from the dog project; that much detailed popor work is necessary before the bonds ore sold and the money becomes ovoiloble for construction; that the Funks did advonco $300,000 to the Dewnt, Inc., which wos to clear debts, one of which is 0 poid up-to-date time* payment plan to the city on o $51,000 indebtedness; that insuronco company investors hove invested ii^ gaming operations and sporting ventures in the East and thon like the high '.etum for high risk factor. Among tho experts on hond Tuesday evening wore; Jomes Richordson, Chicoge, attorney, bond counsel; Chories Burion, Washington attorney for the Funks; Chories Svenson, of the bond selling firm of Donaldson, Mkin and Jenrette of Wall Street; Tod Dotson, Las Vegas, attorney for the las Vegas Downs; Brion Greonspun, attorney for the Funks at their ooriior application; a member of the state gaming control board, attorney, and wftose findingt are uied by tho Nevada Rocing commission; Dovid Funk senior and Dovid Funk, junior, roco trock operotors. It should be noted in closing that before the next mooting of the beard, next Tuesday night, a new oppointmont will bo mode to reploce businessman Bill Perry, resigned. Nrmer's spot on the board beconto necessary when Dr. Harold Miller resigned several ntenths ogo. In addition to next week's nieeting, another was set up for two weeks hence, at which time the obove-nomed oxports will return to work on next steps. Next week's mooting will be tpent, it wot explained, in getting informational input up to dote OS to appraisals, state licensing, explanations of previous legal opinions and reviews of lows. Woll.. Whot do you knew? The White House press corps has included me in on President Cortor't visit to Panama tontorrow, where ho is to exchange documents rotifying the poets with PononKi's chief of government, Omor Terrijes Horraro in re tho ownership of the conol. As o mottor of fact, while you rood this my oching bones will be oboord o TWA-er to Washington, D.C. whore the xhedulo soys I pick up the wftole touring porty tomorrow morning, leaving Andrews Air Force Base 15 minutes ohood of Air Force One with The Man" ... about 9:30 oyom. Tho bittemess of tho tonotoriol dobotot which leod up to tKo point whore our senator, Howord Cannon, was ttto key vote thot nuide it yes could possibly bring some unusual things hopponing on this quick jount. Wo return Soturdoy night ond I get bock in my own sock on Father's Day of • h will bo o ploosufo serving m your eyes ono eocs on tMs tiiston* col ond moybo hyttorkol < yyyyMyMMMM Myy y yyy yyyyyyyM MM John Foley files for governor Lashing out at Republican Candidate for Governor Robert List's failure to qualify as the leader that Nevada needs in the coming years, John Foley, Las Vegas attorney, yester•day announced he will be a democratic candidate for governor. He planned to actually file later in the day while visiting the northern cities to make the same .announcement. Foley once served Boulder City as deputy district attorney in the early 1960s. Foley recently served as an elected state senator. He is one of the five brothers, all attorneys, who have made the family name a household vvord in NevadaOne brother. Roger, is federal judge. The boys' father also was a noted federal judge until his death a few years ago. The other Foley brothers are Tom. Joe, George ... all of whom have often appeared in court rooms and civic meetings in the Boulder and Henderson area. In his announcing speech yesterday John Foley said; "We hove entered a phase in this land when voters no longer will accept the politics of yesterday. That's the message of Proposition 13. People are tired of government that reaches deeper and deeper into their pockets..." He promised to be the answer the voters are looking for to right the wrongs of present day office-holders. He praised Mike O'Callaghan for his achievements as governor and pledged to follow his footsteps. He stated he was urged to run by men of high caliber, dedicated to bringing about good government. He mentioned one of them. Jimmy Cashman, as being his chief backer. KothlMii Miller kwi Ed Hiids Review Art Festivel JOHN FOLiY Letter Dear Bill. Thank you for seeing that the P.T.A. Carnival on April 8 had such good coverage. It's a big bonus to the P.T.A. to have a community newspaper that cares so much about the children of the community and their special events. Thank you. Sue Bradley Carnival Chairman Two of our finest artists have already registered whh the Boulder City Hospital Art Festival. They are Kathleen Miller and Ed Hinds. Kathleen is Ed and Julie Hinds' talented artist daughter from Laguna Beach. At the recent show in the Shopping Mall in las Vegas a representative from the new Federal Credit Union bidg. in Las Vegas spotted Kathleen's "Mining Scene" in oils and promptly purchased it for the elite lounge room. The picture is one of Kathleen's largest and it is impressively beautiful hanging above the fireplace in the center of the magnificent loungeroom. Ed nd Kathleen are donating a picture each for the sale of chances at the 1978 show of shows, the gigantic B.C. Art Festival. Nicitt VisHied By Texas Relotives After 46 Yeon Ruby Nicks lakeview said her hubby Jay has a great visit from his cousins, Edith Endman and Clyde Pickering from Amarillo. Texas after a period of 46 years of not seeing one another. Ruby also asked vs to correct i statement about the Nicks family reunion in 1972. An aunt was alive at the age of 104 but she was unable to come to Boulder City as the story stated. What was important was that there were S generatMns of the Nicks family alive on the eorth in 1972. Remember Fatfier'e Day, June 1 Stli "Beautiful Cleaning for Beautiful People" Pereonallzed Pry Cleaning "The Perfect Shirt" Hend Finished Fishion Furs Complite Care Center • Clnning • Storajje Viult • REMODELING • RESTYLINQ ALL SERVICES AVAILABLE ON THE PREMISES "Vilclene" Can Clean The Garments That Other Cleaners Refuse SPECIALIZING IN 8UEDE8 i LEATHER! W^W' IN COMMERCIAL CENTER • 993 E. SAHARA Vi i>*ip>f%M ^"1 7 AM 6 PM CLEANERS SAT e AM-5 PM Pick-Up Delivery 735-0186 WANT ADS CONTINUED • Sorensen'g Sewing Center I Diit ofPWS Water Distillers. SOS Ave. C B.C 23-3T70 I PURCHASE ^/b of a Cewna m S1S007 293 2323. Boulder City only. FOR SALE-1974Honda 2MEl sinore. Asking price |3S0. Needs mechanital work. Call after 6 p.m WMtni. HdD. RESIDENTIAL HOUSEKEEP INC POSITION WANTED • Expcriented mature lady seeking BC. empi in pvt hornet. Call 293-33M. FOR SALE • Osa dirt bike, dis assembled. S2S. Call 293 21. B.C. 3 iMt for Salt -^ With approved house plan if needed. 2S3 17. B.C. sac ftepiNM dl^ BMW* MOSSEirSMASONRYi Dun Momr lie Na 14708 iWKiBrsav Niv. FOR SALE 2 bdrm condo. all elert.. pool, laundry NIeely locatad. $39,00 or terms 293 2511 BC. CARPENTERS ATTN FOR SALE • 2x4 Fir Studs tT'. $1 25 each per tonplctt unit. |1 39 each in broken uniU. nRST COME HRST SERVED Fri Sat 8 am til V601W UkeMeidBlvd in Henderson 5ctween 10 and 4 Come to the Gold Strike Reservation Center. 2 miles from Hoover Dam • BUYING ALUMINUM cans, 19* lb clean aluminum 72' lb ACE HIGH SALVAGE 1100 Delhi. N Las Veg|. 88030 648-5949 or 6424225 CUSTOM HOME 3 bdrm 2 bath, family room, garage, over 2100 sq. ft Call 293 1287 BC -MWMMMMIMWMMM Furnished Apartment For Lease In Boulder City Attractively furnished two bedroom, one bath condo. in beautiful Boulder Square. Overlooking pool, no sun, low utility fees. Adults only. Three year lease preferable, one year minimum to responsible executive only $350. month. Write Box AAA, Box. 815, Henderson. Nev. 89015. -^

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mmmmn Hndnon Hem* Nws and Beuldvr City News tag* 30 Thunday, June 15. 1971 PUT IT IN THE Bosic Realty Realtor 3 Army Stret Hendenon C-2 LOT on Lake Mead Drive Reasonable AIR CONDITIONED 3 Bdrm.one bath home: fenced yard, quick move in. Owner Licensee WIRE HERE TO HEIM tf there is any way we can assist you in the field of Real Estate, please don't hesitate to contact us at Basic Realty Herndon Smith, AKC Registered Doberman puppies Black-rust $100 Call 565-0581, anvlimeHdn 10x40 MOBILE HOME with 8x12 add room, 7x10 shed. raised porch, awning, .shady Adult park $4500 Ph 565^12. Hon PRE MOVE YARD SALE 310 Wyoming. B.C.,Sat.June 10 from 8 am to S pm. SIGNS by BBWE m-issi NOW RENTING spaces In beautiful all-adult Gingerwood Mobile Park. Enjoy carefree living with our Mtlar heated swimming pool, therapy pool, recreation ball, shoffleboard courts, planned recreatian. Etc. ttS IMI. HAIRSTYUST WANTED Sta lions for rent. 565-0355 Hdn BEAUTIFUL AKC PUPPIES for sale Schnauter Yard trained 565-0676. Hdn. NEED MONEY Will sell water softener for any reasonable offer 56^8332 Hdn AUTOMATIC WASHER and Boys'& girls' 10 SP BIKES 565 9936 Hdn FOR RENT 2 bdrm home Fenced yard 8761306 9' CABOVER CAMPER Good condition $850 Ph 565 9428 FOR SALE Male Maltese puppy Swks old All shots & papers 293 3811 B C 8' and 10' Wide Spaces Clean, shady, adult Trailer park $55 Ph 565^7013 Hdn For rent: Beauty shop 2130 S Boulder Highway 565-9565 or 565-9712 KEUY'S GLASS i MIRROR CO.' Complete Glass Services 5700 Boulder Highway 2"* Hr. Service 564-210.1 or 451-5153 FOR RENT 1 bdrm furn apt All utilities included $200. mo 565 9643 Hdn FOR SALE 1976 Winnebago Brave Motorhome Roof air, 440 Dodge. 10.000 mi. aux tank, tape player, automatic cruise control $10,900. Call 565 7628 Hdn PREE LOVE 3 little kittens 2 Tabbies. 1 black & white 2 mos old. housebroken. healthy & cute 564 5818 FREE Real nice, strongboxes For moving, etc 565 9112 SPECIAL home TV service call. $500 off with this ad. good through June 30 Boulder City. TV 2934441 r PHILUPS RADIO JPS &TV I EXPERT SERVICE ALL MAKES & MODELS For rent 1. 2, 3 bdrm trail ers $30to$60wk Call565 • 7763 or 565 -7141 Hdn SAND, GRAVEL. TOP SOIL A LANDSCAPE ROCK. Call 23-Zll$.B.C. as 3s: acT STARS Of TOMORROW ARE BEING BORN TODAY t AT DANCE THEATRE WEST -t COLOR TV-STEREO RCil y^^sa SALES & SERVICE 2 W. PACIFIC 564-2870 SUMMER WORKSHOP July 25—Aug. 18 films, fun t prizts Register NOWl Jozi-Tap-Acrobotk and Ballet Storting age 2i up -ir aL 1 BDRM DUPLEX APT Fur nished Utilities pd. except Elec Call 564-2524 after 5 FOR SALE • 2 Berkliner gold velvet matching chairs, ot toman Aloveseai $395 Like new 293-4578 BC QUICK CASH FOR COLORED TVs working or not Boulder City TV 293-4441 '71 PINTO FOR SALE $500 or best offer 565-0104 Hdn MOVING SALE 2 motorcycles, ping pong table, bumper pool table, household items, clothing June 15.16,17 845 Palo Verde, Hdn 565^9425 FOR SALE 2 poodles Male small, near white Femaleminiature, black $75 for both 5650791 Hdn FREE White Maltese Poodle 1 yr old 565-7741 Hdn APRICOTS will soon be here • To order, phone 565 7132 Keele s. 57 Basic Hdn FOR SALE Lot on Cedar Mtn in the tall pines Might be interested in trading on some Hdn property 565-9311 FOR RENT-2 bdrm furn apu S6S-9311 Hdn f I I FOR SALE TWO BEDROOM CONDO IN BOULDER SQUARE 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. ijr:i;ir:i>^' FOR RESUL1S CHARUS L RUTHE A AtseciatM. ItK., Rcoltera 1775 E. Topicana • 739-9499 701 E. ChoHetton 386-2864 BEYOND YOUR DREAMS-WITHIN YOUR GRASP Black Mountain Country Club Beauty. This special home can be yours. Owner will sell anyway, so you can work it out to Tit your budget. Two fireplaces, three bedrooms, two baths, block waU fence, tinted windows, walk-in closets, built in vacuum, plus much more. This is a unique and special home, and all for under $70,000. Call Ron now and see this your dream home, within your grasp. 451-0105, even, phone, THIN K TWICE... CAN YOU PASS UP THIS HOME? With all the wonderful features in this great Henderson home? Three bedrooms, two baths, twd car garage, automatic door opener, doughboy pool, soft water, exceptional yard. This house is just waiting for you Better than new. Call Bill today, before this home is sold. 458-8310, even phone. LONESOME FOR NICE NEIGHBORS? Settle in beautiful Boulder City and enjoy the good life, with good neighbors, good schools, good stores, good air, and in a great home. This lovely five bedroom home is just the place for your growing family. 2400 square feet of comfort, fireplace, country kitchen, extra storage, room to live and grow. Call Ray today to see this beauty. 293-4564, even, phone. SHORT ON CASH? This lovely two bedroom, with new kitchen and bath can be yours for little or no down. Owner willing to sell VA, FHA. or This home could be the perfect place to start — it only needs your love and care to make it a home. Call Ray for appointment to see. 293-4564. even, phone (gl lOUlDER CITY Evtning Phon* HI 293.45M LU BHtaagea Learn to drive with Las Vegas School of Driving Specializing in nervous & handicapped persons All ages Day & evening instruction Free home pickup. 732-7664 FOR RENT • 2 bdrm unfurnished apt. Free washer • dryer li storage room Near schools & shopping. Kids ok. Ph 565 9515 Hdn Part Time Help Needed, work you r own hours, be your own boss. Have your own FULLER BRUSH route. $. to S8 per hour 878-0254 4k? Forajj msuranct-;^r\A£^ cill BY OWNER • Large beautiful home on Black Mtn Golf Course 4 bdrm 3 bths, large pool. 3500 sq ft Wilf sacrifice for cash down, or cash down to balance. 565-8648 Hdn •••••••••••••••••••• \ OVEREATERS • • ANONYMOUS • Wed night. 7 o'clock. C T. • X Kewell School. Rm 11 Ph. • 564-1189 or 565-9880 • • ._• SEWING MACHINE • VACUUM CLEANER repair. Sorensen's Sewing Center. 509 Ave. C 293-3770. FREE KITTENS 5642174 after three Hdn. FARMERS \ INSURANCE GROUP w#c#v#f TH# ovvonta^M •? h#v* m% oil yiK intvfvnc* witK fwmtftx. On* cam^ny yivn fitnnti, n* • vf4op (avvraf*; MM a^ant fivM lott, (•, frMndly Mrvic*; Hn rtiir, th*y %Qi* v*u nwn*v< Call frmf fw out*, lih, iwa, m*biU)i*m, b*l Intwranc* • wnot9v9f yw n##fl. esnn#n n itis btt •*!• • f mpawy imwrvnc* bwy in Affi#ffM t#Offy1 I DESERT" • T I I 1325 Ariiono Im. 302 OmCC HOUIS: Tu*t. A THwn. 4 (• • pm Sot. I ether evenings by oppt, only 01 Mt,M* TRiAA SHOP Custom Upholstery 1680 Nev Hwy B C 293-4939 I I |Autos, Furniture, Etc.l |FREEEST.P.U ADelAn-l 1 tique Cars k St Rods a spe-l cialty 20 VRS I EXPERIENCE • I 4 MOMLE HOME REPAIRS General Complete Carpet, tile, plumbing,; elec AU WORK GUARANTEED: UCENSED BONDED 643-7459 451-9115 H0800BO00 H 09tO< BABYSITTING Day or nightwhile you shop anytime! S6V0I93 FOR RENT • 2 bdrm. 1 bath, double garage, with view of Lake Mead $350 Call 736 8115 days or 451 7495 after 530 weekdays or weekends EXPERIENCED CASHIER WANTED Apply at Rasco. Henderson Plaza BEAUTIFUL newly built custom 3 bdrm 2 M^ home Carport w-large separate utility room, for washer dryer, storage Highlighted with a lovely kitchen k all appliances Pass through counters complete with dining room Located in center of Henderson Close tc schools k all shopping >44.50 Call 451 2075. By Owner WANTED TO BUY Small side draft cooler box in good condition Motor unnecet sary 293-1716 EC MUST SELL • remodeled 4 bdrm borne, come *ee It and mahc ut an offer 2tM532 BC TELEVISION t ANTENNA SPECIAinES Of BOULDER QTY. Custom antennas, TV re pair for the budget minded 293-4976 '# HdME^ •ACRlAGi • COMMERCIAL REALTORS 12S W. UKEMEAODR. HENDERSON, NEVADA 565-8947 JUST WED? Nicely decorated two bedroom home that is carpeted and draped throughout. Clever decorating with brick, mirror and natural wood makes the interior bright and comfortable. Perfect site for the young couple starting out. Affordably priced at $27,000. Call 564-2332 evenings. SUPER ASSUMPTION — Large three bedroom with custom drapes, mirror and a beautiful white brick fireplace in the living room. It features a den, block-fenced rear yard and more. Priced right at $37,000. Cal P.M.s 564-2332. V.A. APPRAISED AT $45,000. Over 1500 square feet of Tract II beauty. Super clean neighborhood —very clean home. New paint and carpeting. Features central air, gas heat, nice custom kitchen. After 6:00 P.M.. Call 381-7193. OPEN HOUSE THIS WEEKEND — If you would really enjoy seeing a quality-built home — Spend a little time with us Saturday or Sunday from noon to five at 281 E. Delamar. Above Black Mountain Country Club. Startlingly attractive with a white slumpstone exterior. Marvelous interior finishing makes this a standout Premium location and energy-conscious construction provide a great investment. For Evening Appt. Call 381-7193. GREAT COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. Did you know K Mart is planning a new shopping complex along Boulder Highway at Basic Rd. We have parcels available adjacent to this location — Want to be in on the ground floor? Call 565-8947 or 565-6897 evenings. PRESTIGIOUS SECTION 19 LOCATION — Large three bedroom, two bath home is situated on 2 acres of ground. Long, tree-lined drive provides more privacy. Covered patio overlooks rear yard with trees and Vegas Valley panorama. Call 565-6897 after office hours. ) Vivian Erickson•••••••••••••••• •••••• 565-0453 Katherine Mitchell•<•••••••......,...565-6897 Jerry Bergemeyer..,.,,. 381-7193 Diane Barlow •••••••••*•••••• ••••••564-2332 James Smalley •••••••••••••••••••••••564-5416 Open Men. thru Sot. 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: experienced yard man needed Own tools 4c knowledge of late model cars. Salary negotiable. BUILDING INSPECTOR: City of Henderson is announcing examinations for eligibility list for Building Inspector"; Salary range $1153 1346-monthly Inspects buildings k structures for compliance with approved plans in accordance with provisions of State k Local building k plumbing codes & ordinances. High school diploma or equivalent and completion of an accredited apprenticeship program for carpenter plus 3 years experience in the building trades, or as a supervisor in general building construe tion work. Preferrably supplemented by at least one yearofpublic contact work Must possess a valid Nevada Driver's License Must pass wntten examination k oral interview, final appointment subject to a city paid physical examination k background investlga tion. Applications may be obtained by the personnel department of the City of Hender son, 243 Water St., Hender son, Nev and must be filed before 5 p.m. June 16.1978. SEWING ALTERATIONS ETC fast, very reasonable Call Kathy at 293 1681 BC LICENSED REAL ESTATE SALESPEOPLE NEEDED Call S65-W48. Hdn FOR RENT 3 bdrm 2 bath, cent air. dishwasher. 1 yr. old. $450. per month 293 3203. B.C. HOME MADE CAMPER, sleeps 4. stove, sink, camper jacks. $100 or best offer 565-9928 Hdn 1976 FIBBRFORM BOAT. 18 ft. 4 in deep V hull. 165 HP. 10 excel cond 16.000 293 3714 or 293-8514 atk for Jerry. BC SWEET COZY Gucft house Pour extra large rms Shag carpet, cool pool $250 (H1910) Valley Rentals 385^5901 GREAT BUY! Original 1971 Dataun 240Z, with vinyl roof, air cond 4 ip., rear window sunshade kit. 2 mag wbeeli. ski racks k 8 track tape player 42 7314 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Open Meeting: Wed., 1:00 p,m, PUUIC INVITED: SI Water Street S65-7073 FOR SALlf Loveabic AKC Welsh, female Terrier Reasonable to good home S6547M Hdn MHAPHYSICAL STUDY GIK)UP Teoching meditotion, Mif-owareness and purpoM. Spiritval growth threvgh undr•tending and love. CATHERINE 39S4SI3 I.C CONTRACTORS up to 7 finished bidg. lots. 71' X 124' All utilities plus gas only $6500. each For fast deal call Jess, Fidelity Re ally, Realtors. 565-0427 Hdn FOR SALE • apt site refrig. almost new $150.. 6 drawer desk $20. large roaster oven $15 Call 293-2249 before 6 p.m.. EC. FOR SALE • 1975 Super Glide FXE; 1200 CC. lou of extra chrome, 1976 Autorama 1st. place winner If you want a clean bike that's had lots of TLC you tMtter see this one S854739 Hdn FOR SALE GE 24" b-w TV. $0; Maple Highchair. $7 90 ; Three drawer rollsway tool boK $M. Call 504^1299 Hdn TO SHARE HOUSE k EXPENSE with young nMtker k child Will babysit while working Must be dependable Or. will rent one rooa to girl fer $125 ao Call 364^12$$ Henderson Realty RtAUOR ISWotvrStfMt Hi.5Ujiw DUANE G. LAUBACH. lt£4OTK • • • ••"fiw ..TWO YEAR OLD CUSTOM HOME --'*'**-'•' 3 bedroom. 1^ bath stucco, oversized 2 car garage, plus a sunken living room and family room with fireplace. Priced at $69,990. Call 564 2S19 for more d^alls. GOLFERS DELIGHT Custom home situated on the 11th fairway. Great floor plan for the large family or entertaining. The custom kitchen is a housewife's dream. Only lived in several months and owner was transferred. Call today for all the details. < NONE CAN COMPARE! With this 5 bedroom. 3 bath beauty. Famil^room, laundry room, wet bar, patios and even more. Call to see, 564-2515. STARTER HOME 3 bedroom, Hi bath condo Priced under $3^000 VA or FHA ok It is vacant and owner says sell: Tosee call 564-2515. NEED ROOM FOR THE LARGE FAMILY*" This home has over 1600 square feet of living space. Brick fireplace in the living room and a separate family room. Yard is fenced in the back for the same kiddies. This home is in excellent condition. PRESTIGIOUS AREA IN LAS VEGAS Plenty of privacy on this large lot. Block wall on 3 sides room for R.V. or boat parking. Lovely family area opening onto backyard. Duane Laubach ,.,„.,.^...JS65-8887 Gary Robinson 965-9081 InsBletsch 293-4578 RosaHerwick ^.-54^0747 Jackie Wooldridge 564^ 1363 EInora Turner „ S6^9393 Barbara Marshall ,565-9240 BOULDER CITY PROPERTIES GOLF COURSE AREA NEW ... ready for occupancy this month. 3 LARGE bedrooms, 2 FULL baths. Beautiful Rosecrest cabinets throughout, lots of ceramic tile, central vacuum, huge closets, family room with fireplace, cathedral celling living room, large lot. SPACIOUS. SPECIAL AND SPANISH Don't wait, call on this lovely home today 293-4578. evenings and weekends. CONVENIENT TQ. 4 or 5 bedroom! feet living space" PRICED TO SI SHOPPING AND SCHOOLS pprefinataly 1971 t<)uare klisBA^yaenioo) {liii^ ome, 'lorappointment TODAY. 293-4578 evenings and weekends. ULTRA CUSTOM SPANISH TWO-STORY Across from 6th fairway GOLF COUSE lOOxIOO fenced lot. Room for recreation vehicles, desert landscape, Anthony swimming pool and bathhouse. 3 LARGE bedrooms, 3 baths. Formal living and dining room Family room with fireplace, country kitchen.^ Rosecrest cabinets, Karastan carpet, custom draperies throughout. Designed for energy conservation, family living See this BEAUTY TODAY. 293 4578evenings and week-ends FANTASTIC VIEW GOLF COURSE AND MOUNTAINS Under construction ... call NOW for details on this 3 bedroom, 2 bath well built home. 29M578 evenings and week-ends. TWO FOR THE PRICE OF ONE TWO homes, TWO lots, fenced .... UNDER $<0,MO. Ap^ pointment only. CALL TODAY. 293-4978 evenings and weekends. WE HAVE LAKE MEAD VIEW LOTS AND ACREAGE Call the "PROPERTY PEOPLE" at Henderson Realty, 5642515. Experience and service at Henderson Realty. Open 7 days a week and evenings. Save time and money with professional service and local representation We have other homes... Call us today and let us list and sell your home for you... the "PROPERTY PEOPLE'can find just the right home for you and your family HendofMn Hwne Newt ond lewlder City Nge3l Thwndoy.June 15,1971 PATIO SALE Fri k Sat 9 til 5. 565-9089. Hdn. Much variety SKTS HOMIRVAIR Remodeling, Pointing eH, SS-34 FOR SALE • 1977 Ford \ ton Ranger 250, 400 cu. in. engine. New camper shell, super cab, radio, 8 track, 40 channel CB, 8 ply tires. Approximately 5,000 miles. $7500 or Best Offer 293-2171. after 5 293-1310 BC. YARD SALE Antique baby carriage, rugs, dishes, lamps, sheets 4 bedspreads Many misc. items. Too numerous to I mention 93 Ballerina. Hdn Tburs. A Fri. Anytime. ADVERTISERS PLEASE PROOF! Your ad the Tint day | in case an error ocI curs. The Boulder City | News will Mfume no • responsibility after j the first day of publiI cation. Error claims | must be made im! mediately. | 1 J BABY CRIB k MATTRESS. $25. 565 72iS Hdn. WELL KEPT 3 Mrm W bath Chism built home with country kitchen Good area Selling FHA apprai,$al„$51,150 Sec urity Realty, Broker Art Espinou 382-6402 John VardocK 491-5235. FOR RENT 09, SALE • brand new 12'widedcluxe Skyline mobilcboiaeiaCingerwood Park a'bJrra. air, skirting, awnings, porch, desert landscape Completely film Only $l.99a Itemed, occ 293rinS& NEED SITTW MY HOUSE. NITES Call 4 pm to 9 pm 293-3042. BC. v LOST PET Green Parrot in Hdn Trairtr Estates. Reward S6M8t^ • YARD SXtr • Krn. ap plianccs, clothes. miK All week 9954817 142 ContI ncntel. Hdn f • • • MOTOR ROUTE AVAIUBLg. early mornhi paper dclhrcry, if interested ph 4Sa-79-||l|>B FREE Kltf^ks Seme blaek. some striped, soeie ealice 9e4-aT Hdn sHtrraocuNG. TAPING ACCOIWWAL Licensed Real Estate Broker HOMES4 BEDROOMS-NICE-'$W.S00!f fore:;i:il^?emb"e:V" '*" ''' -'Hborhood. UVE ON TMtGOLFCOURSE-179.900" Very nl^. 3 ,ll*droom 2 bath • family room Double *![!**;i •'''•/* Immediate occupancy. 9% interest with adequate down. MOBIU HOMES2 BED1t6Gttl 2 BATH $39,5001! '7ud ""ih''" ^'*'* ^''* "'^ "* '*** '^ *•***•* '"'^ '" IN GINGERWOODI! 24 X 44 New. $24,500. Includes air conditioning Immediate occupancy. NEW 14 X 66M. IM-ISTI days. DISHWASHER • Big 4 rm hs $129 Half utilities pd a-cond, carpeted (H7402) Valley RenUls 385^9001 FOR SALE • 1969 MOBILE HOME 10x80., 2 bdrm Call after 9 pm 488-8427 WEEKLY Rooms-Kitchenettes Utilities k Linens Furn. Color TV's Air Cond. Ph. Linda. 4514441 FOR SALE Mallcie male puppy, 8 wks. old, has papers and shots. Call 293-3811. BC. FOR RENT uaftom 3 bdr. I bath, family roem. patie, dishwasber. 104 Nava)o Dr.. B.C FOR 8AU • ir best flMO, tntltrnfrit. $U0., bewllag ball a>d bag lit., llreplace icreeas sal IM. Call elalb^BT. FREE: Four ugly kittens need f beautiful home Petty trained 223 Dogwood. Ph. 585-0768. • MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN II: Four yean of progressively responsible experience in skilled electrical and mechanical maintenance k training courses in advanced electrical, mechanical A tleetronie maintenance. Position is at Southern Nevada Water System at Lake Mead. May be assigiied shift work. Starting saliry, $18,127 plus liberal f^-inge t>eneflts Applications will be Kcepted by Las Vegas Valley Water District, personal efnce, 3700 W. Charleston Blvd. until 5 pm. Priday, JuM 30, 1178 AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY BMPIX}YER M P iri-RAaV (PORT CAMARO. Aate. trans., air, acw brakes, very geed tlraa. HO V-8. veiy fM4 raatag eedlUea Needs epbelaUry. 114011 lll|t. Ma. LDS lady wanU to babysit in own home 965^6332 Hdn. FOR SALE • 80 Mercury Mar quis Brougham $1190. 1971 Vega Wagon. $1,000. Both cars in excel, condition. Call anytime 5654251 Hdn HENDERSON • I am back, teaching! Piano, organ, accordian, vocal, arr.. etc. Gladys Tulloch 964 3908. Hdn. HELP WANTED Mechanic. Own tools, experienced. Salary k Commission. Uniform furn. Hdn. Texaco, Lake Mead A Water Sts., Hdn FOR SALE BY OWNER Huge Chism home w-full basement Across from golf course 3or4bdrm,3baths. 2 fireplaces, wet bar, new carpet, garage, view. $12,000. doiTB A assame m% VA. Lean w-ne qual ifying Ph. 738-3177 or 4M-97M ereninp. NEED H0U8I TO RENT la HeBderaea, with fenced ia yd. Reaaeeable real Will help wttb jrard A boeae repair, laee dec. Call NEED TO SEU YOUR HOUSE? WE WIU BUY IT NOWl M 293-1613 O.A. "CoHy" SmhS, Inc. Licensed 4 t>onded. Electrical contract PORTER ELECTRIC 293-3638. DOES YOUR BATHROOM' MARLITE NEED REPLACING? Tttt Eilimatci. S44-2III. Hdn PAINTER intcrier, exIerUr, 18 years experience. Fer free estimate, call 388-4198. MOBILE HONES FOR RENT I. 2 A I bdrm.. fura. ar uafiira Hrod Trir Haven MsaoM WASH CAR -TRUCK mm 'Tlwe it n substitute far Itp^riinM." "' • DICK BIAR REALTY-BROKER 833 NEVADA HWY. 293-2171 or 293-3402 „ ^ „, AFTER HOURS CALL Bob Blair 203-2049 Carl Cowap..^. 293-1499 ^^ Andrea Anderson 293-2158 l^k Katie Cartlidge 293-2254 Bi^ Michele Hess 293 3506 POSSIBLE INCOME PROPERTY, approx. "3,300 sq. ft., 4 bdrm., 2 fireplaces, den, sewing rm., PRICE REDUCED. TOWNHOUSE WITH LAKE VIEW, 2 bdrm., 2 bath, family rm., new carpet, drapes, dishwasher, range S.C. $94,500 LOVELY, 4 bdrm ON GOLF COURSE, 2H bath, family rm 2 car garage, sprinklers, dbl. oven, drapes, SEE THIS. EXCELLENT TOURIST BUSINESS, includes bldg., inventory, fixtures, best location, PRICED TO SELL, SEE US! NEW HOME OVERLOOKS LAKE, 3 bdrm 2 bath, family rm., 2 fireplaces, large garage, SEE US FOR INFO. ON GOLF COURSE, terrific view. 4 bdrm., 2 bath. 2 car garage, MANY EXTRAS LET US SHOW YOU THIS ONE LAKE MEAD LOTS, k GOLF COURSE LOT, SEE US FOR INFO! CLOSE TO SCHOOLS, 3 bdrm, 14 bath, garage, all appliances, sun deck. PRICED RIGHT'! FINE H0ME,3bdrm.,2 bath, large diningrm. carpet, drapes, fenced, laundry rm carport, ONLY $58,000.00. LAKETREE TOWNHOUSE, 3 bdrm 2 bath, 2 car garage, pool facilities k clubhouse, FINE BUY!! EXCELLENT LOCATION, 3 bdrm 2 bath, 2 car garage, pool facilities k clubhouse, FINE BUY!! EXCELLENT LOCATION, 3 bdrm 2 bath, fireplace, family rm lots of trees, fenced, sprinklers, SEE THIS! SPECTACULAR CUSTOM on \ acre lot. fantastic view, now under con.struction, approx 4.000 sq. ft. a real unique executive home SEE PLANS IN OFFICE. APPROX 2 ACRE LOT WITH TERRIFIC VIEW THRIVING BUSINESS, on Nevada Highway. $25,000 00 call for details. HENDERSON LOVELY HOME, 3 bdrm 1 bath, approx. 1,200 sq ft fruit trees, fenced, nice area, ONLY $36,000 00. Assume good loan TEDDY'S KITCHENETTES "Jast brtag yaar tMthbrath" 293^171* Tippetts Construction FREE ESTIMATES REMODELI.NG PATIO COVERS ADDITIONS DeVan Tippetts (owner) Lie. No. 13004 PH. 56^0956 ,FREE FILM OR CASH DISCOUNT ON ALL FILMS, Printed and developed at VANS NEVADA DRUG, BOULDER CITY. NV. FOR RENT • Private rooms with Jtitchen $20. k $25. per wk. 293 1716 EC DRIVER S LICENSE TESTS ruesday and Wednesday 8:4$ sm tol2nMn-lprl4:lSpm.Cily inntx Civic Center 2*0 Water Street RaomI :ARPENTER • work by tbe hour, patios, etc. Reasonable. 73 >-|7M VEGAS TYPEWRITER .. REPAIR IMI I. Sahara. Las Vegas 145^7321 Oar a**cialiy, used, rebuilt lypcWrltcn Sailifscitoa gvaraaleed. MSTANTCASH • |Ut 7i U Mortgage and Trust Deeds HtANKKOZAL 3S2-6236 870-6456 Aik your neighbor, he knows me. SEE US FOR COMMERCIAL k INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY TRAILERS FOR RENT BRAND NEWI 2 bedrooms, furnished Water k trash paid Visto Mobile Home Pork 901 So Boulder Hwy. Sincerity and lnte9ritY is ewr sfeciolfy. FOR SALE • 1973 8' 6-pack Cabover Camper $1298. or best offer 565-9524 Hdn STORAGE ALL TYPIS HOBOOBOBOOOIOt BOAT BARN 5656966 FOR SALE • '87 Mobile home, will sell furn. or unfurn. 293-1307call after 330 B.C. FOR SALE BY OWNER In Henderson 3 bdrm 2 bath. Golf Course Home. Refrigerated, Large Family Room. Beautiful View, Water Softener, Dishwasher. Garbage Disposal. Fully Carpeted, Tile baths k kitchen, Fireplace, landscaped, Drapes. Can show anytime. Ph 5641947 KING SIZE nearly new, BC. MATTRESS, $90. 293-3188. : HOUSE PRAMINO I By square foot or hour — J ^Licensed and bonded -• I Free estimate • : 736-0607 : NEED RIDE TO STRIP Fri, Sat. nite. work 12 am to8 am.^ 293-2042 after 4 pm 22' CABIN CRUISER, inboard • outboard Saber Craft. Approx 300 hrs., with American Tandem Wheel Tilt Trailer. Taxes k license paid to Jan. '79. $6000. 96V6211. FOR SALE 12x60 Mobile Home, w-carport k porch. Furnished with re fVigerator, stove, dining rm. set $9,600 Ph 564 1920 Hdn DUPLEX APT. FOR RENT. 2 bdrm refrigerated air, 1 car garage. Fenced back yd $275. mo. Ph. 451 7678. I MM SERVICE • Handymen carpentry, painting glass k mirror replacement, general re pairs and maintenance 293-3353 No need to worry call MURRAY! MY NAME IS MIKKI. I am a male Pekinese, neutered, slightly temperamental, who is looking for a good home without children. If you could take care of me, I would be so happy. Please call 564-5331 after 330 and ask for Judy CtTON n CARRCTT RE/ILTY FOR SALE • twin roll away. Good cond Clean. 293-4091. RETAIL SPACE IN HENDERSON. Excellent location. Approximately 3,000 sq ft. Ph 989^7584 Hdn FOR RENT • TownsiU house 2 bdrm carpeting, ref stove. No pets Avail. June 20, Ph 984-1004. Hdn. HAVE ROOM FOR RENT: Kitchen privileges, etc. Would prefer older male who enjoys gardening A yard work. Ph 985^9350, before 9 or after 2 Hdn. LAWN SERVICE Reosenoble Rates • Free Estintotes Coll Bill 565-9330 ,^ WESTERN AinO 'j^ INVEST IN YOURSaf Become a Wittarn Aulo Assaciala Slora Owner Boulder City, Nev. Spanish Fork. Utah Delta, UUh • BrighamCity, Utah Tremonton. Utah HOUSE FOR RENT • 3 bdrm Local references required Ph 564-1438 Hdn. FREE TO GOOD HOME 9 mo. old Black Great Dane Puppy. Female Has shots 98V8224 Hdn TWO BDRM APTS AVAIU BLE DESERT GARDENS, 209 RANDY WAY. PH 98^9091 HDN I e Baked l>y 43 jreirs of lurcci*! ful At(0tat Store expcriI ence | eNoeontrteterfrinchisefMor j sales royalty ever • eMoDlbly hird hitUngsales cir j euUri *villtt>lc I bgitensivt TV coverage in j moil mirktts at no cost i eRefular Western Auto truck j delivery to mod stores. I eCustoner credit flatBeing | pitn (viilabic for your cu>i temers j e Associtte Store Owner credit I proframi expand year in| vtstment dollars. j eTrtinIng IB retail store man! a(emnt provided I e Personal lielp through regular | viilti from Territory Sales j Manager eMInlnium Inveitment of 140,000 la required Ftll In eeapen for mort Infornation BBOKER UNIOtliHOMI Fantastic view on golf course from enclosed porches Ornate landscaping and interior. 2400 Sq Ft. Make an appointment to see this one now. $85,000 • DiSltARU AtU Custom home near golf course. See • through fireplace between dining and living room. 3 br. 2 bath. Priced right. $73,950 "•" NIU lOTS from $16,000... • S^-A-C-l-O-U-S Over 3600 square feet of luxury home near golf course. 4 Bdrm.. 2W baths, family room, wet bar, game room' Price reduced $2400 VMwi RMMi* 7n-\f%f •ert Nv4a n3-1144 $941 M

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mmmmn Hndnon Hem* Nws and Beuldvr City News tag* 30 Thunday, June 15. 1971 PUT IT IN THE Bosic Realty Realtor 3 Army Stret Hendenon C-2 LOT on Lake Mead Drive Reasonable AIR CONDITIONED 3 Bdrm.one bath home: fenced yard, quick move in. Owner Licensee WIRE HERE TO HEIM tf there is any way we can assist you in the field of Real Estate, please don't hesitate to contact us at Basic Realty Herndon Smith, AKC Registered Doberman puppies Black-rust $100 Call 565-0581, anvlimeHdn 10x40 MOBILE HOME with 8x12 add room, 7x10 shed. raised porch, awning, .shady Adult park $4500 Ph 565^12. Hon PRE MOVE YARD SALE 310 Wyoming. B.C.,Sat.June 10 from 8 am to S pm. SIGNS by BBWE m-issi NOW RENTING spaces In beautiful all-adult Gingerwood Mobile Park. Enjoy carefree living with our Mtlar heated swimming pool, therapy pool, recreation ball, shoffleboard courts, planned recreatian. Etc. ttS IMI. HAIRSTYUST WANTED Sta lions for rent. 565-0355 Hdn BEAUTIFUL AKC PUPPIES for sale Schnauter Yard trained 565-0676. Hdn. NEED MONEY Will sell water softener for any reasonable offer 56^8332 Hdn AUTOMATIC WASHER and Boys'& girls' 10 SP BIKES 565 9936 Hdn FOR RENT 2 bdrm home Fenced yard 8761306 9' CABOVER CAMPER Good condition $850 Ph 565 9428 FOR SALE Male Maltese puppy Swks old All shots & papers 293 3811 B C 8' and 10' Wide Spaces Clean, shady, adult Trailer park $55 Ph 565^7013 Hdn For rent: Beauty shop 2130 S Boulder Highway 565-9565 or 565-9712 KEUY'S GLASS i MIRROR CO.' Complete Glass Services 5700 Boulder Highway 2"* Hr. Service 564-210.1 or 451-5153 FOR RENT 1 bdrm furn apt All utilities included $200. mo 565 9643 Hdn FOR SALE 1976 Winnebago Brave Motorhome Roof air, 440 Dodge. 10.000 mi. aux tank, tape player, automatic cruise control $10,900. Call 565 7628 Hdn PREE LOVE 3 little kittens 2 Tabbies. 1 black & white 2 mos old. housebroken. healthy & cute 564 5818 FREE Real nice, strongboxes For moving, etc 565 9112 SPECIAL home TV service call. $500 off with this ad. good through June 30 Boulder City. TV 2934441 r PHILUPS RADIO JPS &TV I EXPERT SERVICE ALL MAKES & MODELS For rent 1. 2, 3 bdrm trail ers $30to$60wk Call565 • 7763 or 565 -7141 Hdn SAND, GRAVEL. TOP SOIL A LANDSCAPE ROCK. Call 23-Zll$.B.C. as 3s: acT STARS Of TOMORROW ARE BEING BORN TODAY t AT DANCE THEATRE WEST -t COLOR TV-STEREO RCil y^^sa SALES & SERVICE 2 W. PACIFIC 564-2870 SUMMER WORKSHOP July 25—Aug. 18 films, fun t prizts Register NOWl Jozi-Tap-Acrobotk and Ballet Storting age 2i up -ir aL 1 BDRM DUPLEX APT Fur nished Utilities pd. except Elec Call 564-2524 after 5 FOR SALE • 2 Berkliner gold velvet matching chairs, ot toman Aloveseai $395 Like new 293-4578 BC QUICK CASH FOR COLORED TVs working or not Boulder City TV 293-4441 '71 PINTO FOR SALE $500 or best offer 565-0104 Hdn MOVING SALE 2 motorcycles, ping pong table, bumper pool table, household items, clothing June 15.16,17 845 Palo Verde, Hdn 565^9425 FOR SALE 2 poodles Male small, near white Femaleminiature, black $75 for both 5650791 Hdn FREE White Maltese Poodle 1 yr old 565-7741 Hdn APRICOTS will soon be here • To order, phone 565 7132 Keele s. 57 Basic Hdn FOR SALE Lot on Cedar Mtn in the tall pines Might be interested in trading on some Hdn property 565-9311 FOR RENT-2 bdrm furn apu S6S-9311 Hdn f I I FOR SALE TWO BEDROOM CONDO IN BOULDER SQUARE 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. ijr:i;ir:i>^' FOR RESUL1S CHARUS L RUTHE A AtseciatM. ItK., Rcoltera 1775 E. Topicana • 739-9499 701 E. ChoHetton 386-2864 BEYOND YOUR DREAMS-WITHIN YOUR GRASP Black Mountain Country Club Beauty. This special home can be yours. Owner will sell anyway, so you can work it out to Tit your budget. Two fireplaces, three bedrooms, two baths, block waU fence, tinted windows, walk-in closets, built in vacuum, plus much more. This is a unique and special home, and all for under $70,000. Call Ron now and see this your dream home, within your grasp. 451-0105, even, phone, THIN K TWICE... CAN YOU PASS UP THIS HOME? With all the wonderful features in this great Henderson home? Three bedrooms, two baths, twd car garage, automatic door opener, doughboy pool, soft water, exceptional yard. This house is just waiting for you Better than new. Call Bill today, before this home is sold. 458-8310, even phone. LONESOME FOR NICE NEIGHBORS? Settle in beautiful Boulder City and enjoy the good life, with good neighbors, good schools, good stores, good air, and in a great home. This lovely five bedroom home is just the place for your growing family. 2400 square feet of comfort, fireplace, country kitchen, extra storage, room to live and grow. Call Ray today to see this beauty. 293-4564, even, phone. SHORT ON CASH? This lovely two bedroom, with new kitchen and bath can be yours for little or no down. Owner willing to sell VA, FHA. or This home could be the perfect place to start — it only needs your love and care to make it a home. Call Ray for appointment to see. 293-4564. even, phone (gl lOUlDER CITY Evtning Phon* HI 293.45M LU BHtaagea Learn to drive with Las Vegas School of Driving Specializing in nervous & handicapped persons All ages Day & evening instruction Free home pickup. 732-7664 FOR RENT • 2 bdrm unfurnished apt. Free washer • dryer li storage room Near schools & shopping. Kids ok. Ph 565 9515 Hdn Part Time Help Needed, work you r own hours, be your own boss. Have your own FULLER BRUSH route. $. to S8 per hour 878-0254 4k? Forajj msuranct-;^r\A£^ cill BY OWNER • Large beautiful home on Black Mtn Golf Course 4 bdrm 3 bths, large pool. 3500 sq ft Wilf sacrifice for cash down, or cash down to balance. 565-8648 Hdn •••••••••••••••••••• \ OVEREATERS • • ANONYMOUS • Wed night. 7 o'clock. C T. • X Kewell School. Rm 11 Ph. • 564-1189 or 565-9880 • • ._• SEWING MACHINE • VACUUM CLEANER repair. Sorensen's Sewing Center. 509 Ave. C 293-3770. FREE KITTENS 5642174 after three Hdn. FARMERS \ INSURANCE GROUP w#c#v#f TH# ovvonta^M •? h#v* m% oil yiK intvfvnc* witK fwmtftx. On* cam^ny yivn fitnnti, n* • vf4op (avvraf*; MM a^ant fivM lott, (•, frMndly Mrvic*; Hn rtiir, th*y %Qi* v*u nwn*v< Call frmf fw out*, lih, iwa, m*biU)i*m, b*l Intwranc* • wnot9v9f yw n##fl. esnn#n n itis btt •*!• • f mpawy imwrvnc* bwy in Affi#ffM t#Offy1 I DESERT" • T I I 1325 Ariiono Im. 302 OmCC HOUIS: Tu*t. A THwn. 4 (• • pm Sot. I ether evenings by oppt, only 01 Mt,M* TRiAA SHOP Custom Upholstery 1680 Nev Hwy B C 293-4939 I I |Autos, Furniture, Etc.l |FREEEST.P.U ADelAn-l 1 tique Cars k St Rods a spe-l cialty 20 VRS I EXPERIENCE • I 4 MOMLE HOME REPAIRS General Complete Carpet, tile, plumbing,; elec AU WORK GUARANTEED: UCENSED BONDED 643-7459 451-9115 H0800BO00 H 09tO< BABYSITTING Day or nightwhile you shop anytime! S6V0I93 FOR RENT • 2 bdrm. 1 bath, double garage, with view of Lake Mead $350 Call 736 8115 days or 451 7495 after 530 weekdays or weekends EXPERIENCED CASHIER WANTED Apply at Rasco. Henderson Plaza BEAUTIFUL newly built custom 3 bdrm 2 M^ home Carport w-large separate utility room, for washer dryer, storage Highlighted with a lovely kitchen k all appliances Pass through counters complete with dining room Located in center of Henderson Close tc schools k all shopping >44.50 Call 451 2075. By Owner WANTED TO BUY Small side draft cooler box in good condition Motor unnecet sary 293-1716 EC MUST SELL • remodeled 4 bdrm borne, come *ee It and mahc ut an offer 2tM532 BC TELEVISION t ANTENNA SPECIAinES Of BOULDER QTY. Custom antennas, TV re pair for the budget minded 293-4976 '# HdME^ •ACRlAGi • COMMERCIAL REALTORS 12S W. UKEMEAODR. HENDERSON, NEVADA 565-8947 JUST WED? Nicely decorated two bedroom home that is carpeted and draped throughout. Clever decorating with brick, mirror and natural wood makes the interior bright and comfortable. Perfect site for the young couple starting out. Affordably priced at $27,000. Call 564-2332 evenings. SUPER ASSUMPTION — Large three bedroom with custom drapes, mirror and a beautiful white brick fireplace in the living room. It features a den, block-fenced rear yard and more. Priced right at $37,000. Cal P.M.s 564-2332. V.A. APPRAISED AT $45,000. Over 1500 square feet of Tract II beauty. Super clean neighborhood —very clean home. New paint and carpeting. Features central air, gas heat, nice custom kitchen. After 6:00 P.M.. Call 381-7193. OPEN HOUSE THIS WEEKEND — If you would really enjoy seeing a quality-built home — Spend a little time with us Saturday or Sunday from noon to five at 281 E. Delamar. Above Black Mountain Country Club. Startlingly attractive with a white slumpstone exterior. Marvelous interior finishing makes this a standout Premium location and energy-conscious construction provide a great investment. For Evening Appt. Call 381-7193. GREAT COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. Did you know K Mart is planning a new shopping complex along Boulder Highway at Basic Rd. We have parcels available adjacent to this location — Want to be in on the ground floor? Call 565-8947 or 565-6897 evenings. PRESTIGIOUS SECTION 19 LOCATION — Large three bedroom, two bath home is situated on 2 acres of ground. Long, tree-lined drive provides more privacy. Covered patio overlooks rear yard with trees and Vegas Valley panorama. Call 565-6897 after office hours. ) Vivian Erickson•••••••••••••••• •••••• 565-0453 Katherine Mitchell•<•••••••......,...565-6897 Jerry Bergemeyer..,.,,. 381-7193 Diane Barlow •••••••••*•••••• ••••••564-2332 James Smalley •••••••••••••••••••••••564-5416 Open Men. thru Sot. 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: experienced yard man needed Own tools 4c knowledge of late model cars. Salary negotiable. BUILDING INSPECTOR: City of Henderson is announcing examinations for eligibility list for Building Inspector"; Salary range $1153 1346-monthly Inspects buildings k structures for compliance with approved plans in accordance with provisions of State k Local building k plumbing codes & ordinances. High school diploma or equivalent and completion of an accredited apprenticeship program for carpenter plus 3 years experience in the building trades, or as a supervisor in general building construe tion work. Preferrably supplemented by at least one yearofpublic contact work Must possess a valid Nevada Driver's License Must pass wntten examination k oral interview, final appointment subject to a city paid physical examination k background investlga tion. Applications may be obtained by the personnel department of the City of Hender son, 243 Water St., Hender son, Nev and must be filed before 5 p.m. June 16.1978. SEWING ALTERATIONS ETC fast, very reasonable Call Kathy at 293 1681 BC LICENSED REAL ESTATE SALESPEOPLE NEEDED Call S65-W48. Hdn FOR RENT 3 bdrm 2 bath, cent air. dishwasher. 1 yr. old. $450. per month 293 3203. B.C. HOME MADE CAMPER, sleeps 4. stove, sink, camper jacks. $100 or best offer 565-9928 Hdn 1976 FIBBRFORM BOAT. 18 ft. 4 in deep V hull. 165 HP. 10 excel cond 16.000 293 3714 or 293-8514 atk for Jerry. BC SWEET COZY Gucft house Pour extra large rms Shag carpet, cool pool $250 (H1910) Valley Rentals 385^5901 GREAT BUY! Original 1971 Dataun 240Z, with vinyl roof, air cond 4 ip., rear window sunshade kit. 2 mag wbeeli. ski racks k 8 track tape player 42 7314 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Open Meeting: Wed., 1:00 p,m, PUUIC INVITED: SI Water Street S65-7073 FOR SALlf Loveabic AKC Welsh, female Terrier Reasonable to good home S6547M Hdn MHAPHYSICAL STUDY GIK)UP Teoching meditotion, Mif-owareness and purpoM. Spiritval growth threvgh undr•tending and love. CATHERINE 39S4SI3 I.C CONTRACTORS up to 7 finished bidg. lots. 71' X 124' All utilities plus gas only $6500. each For fast deal call Jess, Fidelity Re ally, Realtors. 565-0427 Hdn FOR SALE • apt site refrig. almost new $150.. 6 drawer desk $20. large roaster oven $15 Call 293-2249 before 6 p.m.. EC. FOR SALE • 1975 Super Glide FXE; 1200 CC. lou of extra chrome, 1976 Autorama 1st. place winner If you want a clean bike that's had lots of TLC you tMtter see this one S854739 Hdn FOR SALE GE 24" b-w TV. $0; Maple Highchair. $7 90 ; Three drawer rollsway tool boK $M. Call 504^1299 Hdn TO SHARE HOUSE k EXPENSE with young nMtker k child Will babysit while working Must be dependable Or. will rent one rooa to girl fer $125 ao Call 364^12$$ Henderson Realty RtAUOR ISWotvrStfMt Hi.5Ujiw DUANE G. LAUBACH. lt£4OTK • • • ••"fiw ..TWO YEAR OLD CUSTOM HOME --'*'**-'•' 3 bedroom. 1^ bath stucco, oversized 2 car garage, plus a sunken living room and family room with fireplace. Priced at $69,990. Call 564 2S19 for more d^alls. GOLFERS DELIGHT Custom home situated on the 11th fairway. Great floor plan for the large family or entertaining. The custom kitchen is a housewife's dream. Only lived in several months and owner was transferred. Call today for all the details. < NONE CAN COMPARE! With this 5 bedroom. 3 bath beauty. Famil^room, laundry room, wet bar, patios and even more. Call to see, 564-2515. STARTER HOME 3 bedroom, Hi bath condo Priced under $3^000 VA or FHA ok It is vacant and owner says sell: Tosee call 564-2515. NEED ROOM FOR THE LARGE FAMILY*" This home has over 1600 square feet of living space. Brick fireplace in the living room and a separate family room. Yard is fenced in the back for the same kiddies. This home is in excellent condition. PRESTIGIOUS AREA IN LAS VEGAS Plenty of privacy on this large lot. Block wall on 3 sides room for R.V. or boat parking. Lovely family area opening onto backyard. Duane Laubach ,.,„.,.^...JS65-8887 Gary Robinson 965-9081 InsBletsch 293-4578 RosaHerwick ^.-54^0747 Jackie Wooldridge 564^ 1363 EInora Turner „ S6^9393 Barbara Marshall ,565-9240 BOULDER CITY PROPERTIES GOLF COURSE AREA NEW ... ready for occupancy this month. 3 LARGE bedrooms, 2 FULL baths. Beautiful Rosecrest cabinets throughout, lots of ceramic tile, central vacuum, huge closets, family room with fireplace, cathedral celling living room, large lot. SPACIOUS. SPECIAL AND SPANISH Don't wait, call on this lovely home today 293-4578. evenings and weekends. CONVENIENT TQ. 4 or 5 bedroom! feet living space" PRICED TO SI SHOPPING AND SCHOOLS pprefinataly 1971 t<)uare klisBA^yaenioo) {liii^ ome, 'lorappointment TODAY. 293-4578 evenings and weekends. ULTRA CUSTOM SPANISH TWO-STORY Across from 6th fairway GOLF COUSE lOOxIOO fenced lot. Room for recreation vehicles, desert landscape, Anthony swimming pool and bathhouse. 3 LARGE bedrooms, 3 baths. Formal living and dining room Family room with fireplace, country kitchen.^ Rosecrest cabinets, Karastan carpet, custom draperies throughout. Designed for energy conservation, family living See this BEAUTY TODAY. 293 4578evenings and week-ends FANTASTIC VIEW GOLF COURSE AND MOUNTAINS Under construction ... call NOW for details on this 3 bedroom, 2 bath well built home. 29M578 evenings and week-ends. TWO FOR THE PRICE OF ONE TWO homes, TWO lots, fenced .... UNDER $<0,MO. Ap^ pointment only. CALL TODAY. 293-4978 evenings and weekends. WE HAVE LAKE MEAD VIEW LOTS AND ACREAGE Call the "PROPERTY PEOPLE" at Henderson Realty, 5642515. Experience and service at Henderson Realty. Open 7 days a week and evenings. Save time and money with professional service and local representation We have other homes... Call us today and let us list and sell your home for you... the "PROPERTY PEOPLE'can find just the right home for you and your family HendofMn Hwne Newt ond lewlder City Nge3l Thwndoy.June 15,1971 PATIO SALE Fri k Sat 9 til 5. 565-9089. Hdn. Much variety SKTS HOMIRVAIR Remodeling, Pointing eH, SS-34 FOR SALE • 1977 Ford \ ton Ranger 250, 400 cu. in. engine. New camper shell, super cab, radio, 8 track, 40 channel CB, 8 ply tires. Approximately 5,000 miles. $7500 or Best Offer 293-2171. after 5 293-1310 BC. YARD SALE Antique baby carriage, rugs, dishes, lamps, sheets 4 bedspreads Many misc. items. Too numerous to I mention 93 Ballerina. Hdn Tburs. A Fri. Anytime. ADVERTISERS PLEASE PROOF! Your ad the Tint day | in case an error ocI curs. The Boulder City | News will Mfume no • responsibility after j the first day of publiI cation. Error claims | must be made im! mediately. | 1 J BABY CRIB k MATTRESS. $25. 565 72iS Hdn. WELL KEPT 3 Mrm W bath Chism built home with country kitchen Good area Selling FHA apprai,$al„$51,150 Sec urity Realty, Broker Art Espinou 382-6402 John VardocK 491-5235. FOR RENT 09, SALE • brand new 12'widedcluxe Skyline mobilcboiaeiaCingerwood Park a'bJrra. air, skirting, awnings, porch, desert landscape Completely film Only $l.99a Itemed, occ 293rinS& NEED SITTW MY HOUSE. NITES Call 4 pm to 9 pm 293-3042. BC. v LOST PET Green Parrot in Hdn Trairtr Estates. Reward S6M8t^ • YARD SXtr • Krn. ap plianccs, clothes. miK All week 9954817 142 ContI ncntel. Hdn f • • • MOTOR ROUTE AVAIUBLg. early mornhi paper dclhrcry, if interested ph 4Sa-79-||l|>B FREE Kltf^ks Seme blaek. some striped, soeie ealice 9e4-aT Hdn sHtrraocuNG. TAPING ACCOIWWAL Licensed Real Estate Broker HOMES4 BEDROOMS-NICE-'$W.S00!f fore:;i:il^?emb"e:V" '*" ''' -'Hborhood. UVE ON TMtGOLFCOURSE-179.900" Very nl^. 3 ,ll*droom 2 bath • family room Double *![!**;i •'''•/* Immediate occupancy. 9% interest with adequate down. MOBIU HOMES2 BED1t6Gttl 2 BATH $39,5001! '7ud ""ih''" ^'*'* ^''* "'^ "* '*** '^ *•***•* '"'^ '" IN GINGERWOODI! 24 X 44 New. $24,500. Includes air conditioning Immediate occupancy. NEW 14 X 66M. IM-ISTI days. DISHWASHER • Big 4 rm hs $129 Half utilities pd a-cond, carpeted (H7402) Valley RenUls 385^9001 FOR SALE • 1969 MOBILE HOME 10x80., 2 bdrm Call after 9 pm 488-8427 WEEKLY Rooms-Kitchenettes Utilities k Linens Furn. Color TV's Air Cond. Ph. Linda. 4514441 FOR SALE Mallcie male puppy, 8 wks. old, has papers and shots. Call 293-3811. BC. FOR RENT uaftom 3 bdr. I bath, family roem. patie, dishwasber. 104 Nava)o Dr.. B.C FOR 8AU • ir best flMO, tntltrnfrit. $U0., bewllag ball a>d bag lit., llreplace icreeas sal IM. Call elalb^BT. FREE: Four ugly kittens need f beautiful home Petty trained 223 Dogwood. Ph. 585-0768. • MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN II: Four yean of progressively responsible experience in skilled electrical and mechanical maintenance k training courses in advanced electrical, mechanical A tleetronie maintenance. Position is at Southern Nevada Water System at Lake Mead. May be assigiied shift work. Starting saliry, $18,127 plus liberal f^-inge t>eneflts Applications will be Kcepted by Las Vegas Valley Water District, personal efnce, 3700 W. Charleston Blvd. until 5 pm. Priday, JuM 30, 1178 AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY BMPIX}YER M P iri-RAaV (PORT CAMARO. Aate. trans., air, acw brakes, very geed tlraa. HO V-8. veiy fM4 raatag eedlUea Needs epbelaUry. 114011 lll|t. Ma. LDS lady wanU to babysit in own home 965^6332 Hdn. FOR SALE • 80 Mercury Mar quis Brougham $1190. 1971 Vega Wagon. $1,000. Both cars in excel, condition. Call anytime 5654251 Hdn HENDERSON • I am back, teaching! Piano, organ, accordian, vocal, arr.. etc. Gladys Tulloch 964 3908. Hdn. HELP WANTED Mechanic. Own tools, experienced. Salary k Commission. Uniform furn. Hdn. Texaco, Lake Mead A Water Sts., Hdn FOR SALE BY OWNER Huge Chism home w-full basement Across from golf course 3or4bdrm,3baths. 2 fireplaces, wet bar, new carpet, garage, view. $12,000. doiTB A assame m% VA. Lean w-ne qual ifying Ph. 738-3177 or 4M-97M ereninp. NEED H0U8I TO RENT la HeBderaea, with fenced ia yd. Reaaeeable real Will help wttb jrard A boeae repair, laee dec. Call NEED TO SEU YOUR HOUSE? WE WIU BUY IT NOWl M 293-1613 O.A. "CoHy" SmhS, Inc. Licensed 4 t>onded. Electrical contract PORTER ELECTRIC 293-3638. DOES YOUR BATHROOM' MARLITE NEED REPLACING? Tttt Eilimatci. S44-2III. Hdn PAINTER intcrier, exIerUr, 18 years experience. Fer free estimate, call 388-4198. MOBILE HONES FOR RENT I. 2 A I bdrm.. fura. ar uafiira Hrod Trir Haven MsaoM WASH CAR -TRUCK mm 'Tlwe it n substitute far Itp^riinM." "' • DICK BIAR REALTY-BROKER 833 NEVADA HWY. 293-2171 or 293-3402 „ ^ „, AFTER HOURS CALL Bob Blair 203-2049 Carl Cowap..^. 293-1499 ^^ Andrea Anderson 293-2158 l^k Katie Cartlidge 293-2254 Bi^ Michele Hess 293 3506 POSSIBLE INCOME PROPERTY, approx. "3,300 sq. ft., 4 bdrm., 2 fireplaces, den, sewing rm., PRICE REDUCED. TOWNHOUSE WITH LAKE VIEW, 2 bdrm., 2 bath, family rm., new carpet, drapes, dishwasher, range S.C. $94,500 LOVELY, 4 bdrm ON GOLF COURSE, 2H bath, family rm 2 car garage, sprinklers, dbl. oven, drapes, SEE THIS. EXCELLENT TOURIST BUSINESS, includes bldg., inventory, fixtures, best location, PRICED TO SELL, SEE US! NEW HOME OVERLOOKS LAKE, 3 bdrm 2 bath, family rm., 2 fireplaces, large garage, SEE US FOR INFO. ON GOLF COURSE, terrific view. 4 bdrm., 2 bath. 2 car garage, MANY EXTRAS LET US SHOW YOU THIS ONE LAKE MEAD LOTS, k GOLF COURSE LOT, SEE US FOR INFO! CLOSE TO SCHOOLS, 3 bdrm, 14 bath, garage, all appliances, sun deck. PRICED RIGHT'! FINE H0ME,3bdrm.,2 bath, large diningrm. carpet, drapes, fenced, laundry rm carport, ONLY $58,000.00. LAKETREE TOWNHOUSE, 3 bdrm 2 bath, 2 car garage, pool facilities k clubhouse, FINE BUY!! EXCELLENT LOCATION, 3 bdrm 2 bath, 2 car garage, pool facilities k clubhouse, FINE BUY!! EXCELLENT LOCATION, 3 bdrm 2 bath, fireplace, family rm lots of trees, fenced, sprinklers, SEE THIS! SPECTACULAR CUSTOM on \ acre lot. fantastic view, now under con.struction, approx 4.000 sq. ft. a real unique executive home SEE PLANS IN OFFICE. APPROX 2 ACRE LOT WITH TERRIFIC VIEW THRIVING BUSINESS, on Nevada Highway. $25,000 00 call for details. HENDERSON LOVELY HOME, 3 bdrm 1 bath, approx. 1,200 sq ft fruit trees, fenced, nice area, ONLY $36,000 00. Assume good loan TEDDY'S KITCHENETTES "Jast brtag yaar tMthbrath" 293^171* Tippetts Construction FREE ESTIMATES REMODELI.NG PATIO COVERS ADDITIONS DeVan Tippetts (owner) Lie. No. 13004 PH. 56^0956 ,FREE FILM OR CASH DISCOUNT ON ALL FILMS, Printed and developed at VANS NEVADA DRUG, BOULDER CITY. NV. FOR RENT • Private rooms with Jtitchen $20. k $25. per wk. 293 1716 EC DRIVER S LICENSE TESTS ruesday and Wednesday 8:4$ sm tol2nMn-lprl4:lSpm.Cily inntx Civic Center 2*0 Water Street RaomI :ARPENTER • work by tbe hour, patios, etc. Reasonable. 73 >-|7M VEGAS TYPEWRITER .. REPAIR IMI I. Sahara. Las Vegas 145^7321 Oar a**cialiy, used, rebuilt lypcWrltcn Sailifscitoa gvaraaleed. MSTANTCASH • |Ut 7i U Mortgage and Trust Deeds HtANKKOZAL 3S2-6236 870-6456 Aik your neighbor, he knows me. SEE US FOR COMMERCIAL k INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY TRAILERS FOR RENT BRAND NEWI 2 bedrooms, furnished Water k trash paid Visto Mobile Home Pork 901 So Boulder Hwy. Sincerity and lnte9ritY is ewr sfeciolfy. FOR SALE • 1973 8' 6-pack Cabover Camper $1298. or best offer 565-9524 Hdn STORAGE ALL TYPIS HOBOOBOBOOOIOt BOAT BARN 5656966 FOR SALE • '87 Mobile home, will sell furn. or unfurn. 293-1307call after 330 B.C. FOR SALE BY OWNER In Henderson 3 bdrm 2 bath. Golf Course Home. Refrigerated, Large Family Room. Beautiful View, Water Softener, Dishwasher. Garbage Disposal. Fully Carpeted, Tile baths k kitchen, Fireplace, landscaped, Drapes. Can show anytime. Ph 5641947 KING SIZE nearly new, BC. MATTRESS, $90. 293-3188. : HOUSE PRAMINO I By square foot or hour — J ^Licensed and bonded -• I Free estimate • : 736-0607 : NEED RIDE TO STRIP Fri, Sat. nite. work 12 am to8 am.^ 293-2042 after 4 pm 22' CABIN CRUISER, inboard • outboard Saber Craft. Approx 300 hrs., with American Tandem Wheel Tilt Trailer. Taxes k license paid to Jan. '79. $6000. 96V6211. FOR SALE 12x60 Mobile Home, w-carport k porch. Furnished with re fVigerator, stove, dining rm. set $9,600 Ph 564 1920 Hdn DUPLEX APT. FOR RENT. 2 bdrm refrigerated air, 1 car garage. Fenced back yd $275. mo. Ph. 451 7678. I MM SERVICE • Handymen carpentry, painting glass k mirror replacement, general re pairs and maintenance 293-3353 No need to worry call MURRAY! MY NAME IS MIKKI. I am a male Pekinese, neutered, slightly temperamental, who is looking for a good home without children. If you could take care of me, I would be so happy. Please call 564-5331 after 330 and ask for Judy CtTON n CARRCTT RE/ILTY FOR SALE • twin roll away. Good cond Clean. 293-4091. RETAIL SPACE IN HENDERSON. Excellent location. Approximately 3,000 sq ft. Ph 989^7584 Hdn FOR RENT • TownsiU house 2 bdrm carpeting, ref stove. No pets Avail. June 20, Ph 984-1004. Hdn. HAVE ROOM FOR RENT: Kitchen privileges, etc. Would prefer older male who enjoys gardening A yard work. Ph 985^9350, before 9 or after 2 Hdn. LAWN SERVICE Reosenoble Rates • Free Estintotes Coll Bill 565-9330 ,^ WESTERN AinO 'j^ INVEST IN YOURSaf Become a Wittarn Aulo Assaciala Slora Owner Boulder City, Nev. Spanish Fork. Utah Delta, UUh • BrighamCity, Utah Tremonton. Utah HOUSE FOR RENT • 3 bdrm Local references required Ph 564-1438 Hdn. FREE TO GOOD HOME 9 mo. old Black Great Dane Puppy. Female Has shots 98V8224 Hdn TWO BDRM APTS AVAIU BLE DESERT GARDENS, 209 RANDY WAY. PH 98^9091 HDN I e Baked l>y 43 jreirs of lurcci*! ful At(0tat Store expcriI ence | eNoeontrteterfrinchisefMor j sales royalty ever • eMoDlbly hird hitUngsales cir j euUri *villtt>lc I bgitensivt TV coverage in j moil mirktts at no cost i eRefular Western Auto truck j delivery to mod stores. I eCustoner credit flatBeing | pitn (viilabic for your cu>i temers j e Associtte Store Owner credit I proframi expand year in| vtstment dollars. j eTrtinIng IB retail store man! a(emnt provided I e Personal lielp through regular | viilti from Territory Sales j Manager eMInlnium Inveitment of 140,000 la required Ftll In eeapen for mort Infornation BBOKER UNIOtliHOMI Fantastic view on golf course from enclosed porches Ornate landscaping and interior. 2400 Sq Ft. Make an appointment to see this one now. $85,000 • DiSltARU AtU Custom home near golf course. See • through fireplace between dining and living room. 3 br. 2 bath. Priced right. $73,950 "•" NIU lOTS from $16,000... • S^-A-C-l-O-U-S Over 3600 square feet of luxury home near golf course. 4 Bdrm.. 2W baths, family room, wet bar, game room' Price reduced $2400 VMwi RMMi* 7n-\f%f •ert Nv4a n3-1144 $941 M

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TS3!^ m 0 LTD Decatur at Sahara Jaguar •ndrMn Homt Ntws and Bouldtr City Nw Pog* 33 Thundoy, Jun* 1$, 17I SALE LOWEST PRICES EVER SALE EVERY CAR DISCOUNTED SALE WE WANT YOUR "BIZ"* MAKE US AN OFFER* WE DISCOUNT MORE THE AMAZING RABBIT "You have to drive it to believe it" lEASE FOBS ONLY THE YW DASHER... A LUXURY CAR THAT HANDLES AND PERFORMS LIKE A SPORTS CARS mo. LEASE FOR ONLY $10fM7 "GASOLINE ENGINE" Mor\ opiwn L*M s I'ftMiTv at #n0 o< !•" $11^2 00 Ctp<(htd coil rduCtton 0* S^OOO 00 rM]bfirnc rf af^ btw—w tt> Mi'maiv^ viu and lh rali|#<| vaiu* at |h pno o4 m* IM Ifrr^ Firil [)iymnt nt iittXt fey any drfTrnc. •f ary t>9twiMin th eiiimai^ vaiu* v^<] tA rati20 vatu* at in and of Ihp ^atf tPfrn f!Wthtl>ilityal tmoXftm S^OHOO CwtHMtf CM'lAlClloll M SJOO 00 i>ili;r leaw Wn Frsi ptyiaiM • HCVily MwH ta M LEASE $QQ20 FOR ONLY •***" SAVE ON OUR GREAT SELECTION OF USED TRUCKS 1974 RAMCHARQER Fouf wheel dnve. auto. AIR mags, tires. AM'FM No 9143 1976 FORD COURIER Mags, lette* iires. lonneau cusiom seat, sky port 1977 FORD COURIER Auto AIR roll bar radials push bar No 9134 1976 FORD COURIER 4 speed, crawl Ihru. snell. custom pamt NO 911; 1977 FORD COURIER 4 speed custom decal. custom seat. AM/FM 195 miles No 9119 1974 TOYOTA PICKUP Camper mags gold color 1977 TOYOTA PICKUP Under '.600 miles, wide mirrors No 9132 1975 TOYOTA PICKUP New persimmon paint 1977 EL CAMINO Full power AIR camper shell 1977 FORD PICKUP Four wheel dnvt, mags, tires SALE • USED CARS • SALE 1970 FORD VAN Auto. AIR 2188 No. 9094 1972 DODGE COLT M188 No. 4694 1971 TOYOTA 988 No. 9040A 1972 VW BUG CONV'T M988, 'No. 9104 1971 PLYM. FURY <688 1969 TRIUMPH GT6 'No. sasiA M088 No. 4618 1972 PLYM. SEBRING M288 No. ••34A 1972 FORD MAVERICK M288. 'No. 4661 1973 TOYOTA CELICA 1788 1975 AMC PACER No. 49t >2688 No. 1007 NEED CREDIT? NEW IN TOWN? DIVORCED? TURNED DOWN ELSEWHERE? WE CARRY CONTRACTS. NEW ON THE JOB? SEE US TODAY! FIRST NATIONAL BANK • NEVADA STATE BANK • LEASING ASK ABOUT OUR lOQo/o FINANCING SURFER VANS SPECIAL INTEREST CARS SALE • USED CARS • SALE 1976 JAGUAR XJS I SPORT COUPE. Stereo tape, alloy wheels. Two to choose from. 1978 TRANS AM Red. power windows, tilt, stereo, cruise No. P31 $2000 DISCOUNT 1974 MERCEDES 4508EL BMW 5301 The luxurh 4 doof with full equiprflont. • ^•tallic blue with sunroof. tMOw. tef. No.9126l~ ^,,33 PRESTIGE MOTORCARS 870-5181 Serve Yourself and Save SPECIALS Mike Daly, Las Vegas and Reno businessman, Tiled today for the Office of State Controller. Daly is a Democrat, and is the only candidate in the Democratic Primary for State Controller. Daly, former state representstive of Congressman Jim Santini, said "the position of State Controller will become increasingly important as our state expands its economic base. Because of the State the State Controller is the chief Fiscal Officer for the State, he is in a position to maintain a conser vative attitude on government spending." He also works as a receiver in Federal District Court, managing businesses, and corporations that are going into bankruptcy. Daly implements fiscal policies that will turn the business around, and keep them solvent. "I want to use the skills and knowledge developed from prior training and experience as a businessman, and receiver and put them into action as state controller," said Daly. Daly worked for Gov. Mike O'Callaghan as Deputy Director, Nevada Department of Economic Development, appointed in 1970. Prior -tfrdhat he was news director for KSHO TV-13 in Las Vegas. After working for Santini as part of the Congressional Campaign Staff, he moved to Old Miners' Days Chloride is celebrating its third annual Old Miners' Days on Saturday, June 24th, 1978, under the auspices of the Chloride Historical Society. The day will start with a pancake breakfast from 7:30 to 10:30 a.m. At 12 o'clock noon there will be a parade, and a "B-B-Q" at 4 p.m. At 7:30 p.m. a ball game is scheduled between Chloride and Dolan Springs, and at 8 p.m. live music will start street dancing. And all day there will be gold panning and drilling contests, shoot outs and mining contests as well as the Oatman Gunslingers Horseshoe pitching contest. And tailgaters are welcome on the streets. It sounds like a fun program in a town well worth visiting. We covered Grasshopper Junction and Chloride not too long ago in a column describing places of interest to visit. Why not take the family to Chloride June 24th for a good old fashioned Western day's outing? WIDOWED MEN AND WOMEN A supportive group experience as well as an opportunity to discuss feelings and concerns regarding "re entry into the single life." There is no cost and free child care is available. The group meets the first and third Mondays of each month at the First Christian Church, 101 S. Rancho Rd, Las Vegas at 7:30 p.m. Additional information may be obtained by calling 382 MS3 or 731 3M1. Mike Daly Hies For Stote Controller Reno in 1974, and became Santini's state representative. Daly traveled the state in the Mobile District Office, the first congressional aide to maintain an office on wheels. Daly is the state chairman of the 1978 Arthritis Telethon, and secretary of the board of directors. Las Vegas YMCA. he is a member of the Nevada World Trade CouncilWestern Industrial Nevada, American Society of Public Administrators, Nevada Historical Society, and Public Relations Association of Las Vegas. He is a United State Air Force veteran, stationed at Nellis Air Force Base. He has lived in Nevada since 1966. Casino & Restaurant The Most liberal Slots in Town • AlJackpots 1-1-1 Ai yiot, SUNDAY, JUNE1BTH Western Steaks V^ Thousands of people in Hendersoa Boulder City and visitors have enjoyed our ^...^ Cocktails, FOR $ 5.00 jndudes • soup or salad • choice of baked potato or fries ^ r • ? f'l FATHEirS DAY Shrimp // BREAKFAST Cocktailyy Breakfast Steak '1.95 s;;: ^^Loose as a Goose $ Slots'' OVER 94% %, Vl RETURN^ ^4^ 21 Tal Everyday OPEN 24 HOURS ON TNURS, m, & SAT. • Poker Nites THURS, fflL, SAT. b SUN.| STARTING AT 7 U ? • 7 Card Stud YOURDEAIBS: PomrtKuse Jack 6 Dm #^SBWED 6 AM TO 6 PM •Mudes toast ALSO SERVED WED, JUNE 21ST. TMJRS. 6 FRI., JUNE 15 6 16 11 AM TO ? Chicken Fried Steak '1.^9 indudes • veg. • mashjed potato or fries • drir* induded TJOON TIME SI^CIAL" FRL & SAT.. JUNE 16 & 17 • 4 PM TO 9 PM gFOR '5.00 includes• sof) or salad* choice of veg. v MON. 6 TUES. JUNE 19 & 20 • 11 AM TO 9 PM Steak Sandwich on French Breadn.49 • tN nchiM 1741 N. 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TS3!^ m 0 LTD Decatur at Sahara Jaguar •ndrMn Homt Ntws and Bouldtr City Nw Pog* 33 Thundoy, Jun* 1$, 17I SALE LOWEST PRICES EVER SALE EVERY CAR DISCOUNTED SALE WE WANT YOUR "BIZ"* MAKE US AN OFFER* WE DISCOUNT MORE THE AMAZING RABBIT "You have to drive it to believe it" lEASE FOBS ONLY THE YW DASHER... A LUXURY CAR THAT HANDLES AND PERFORMS LIKE A SPORTS CARS mo. LEASE FOR ONLY $10fM7 "GASOLINE ENGINE" Mor\ opiwn L*M s I'ftMiTv at #n0 o< !•" $11^2 00 Ctp<(htd coil rduCtton 0* S^OOO 00 rM]bfirnc rf af^ btw—w tt> Mi'maiv^ viu and lh rali|#<| vaiu* at |h pno o4 m* IM Ifrr^ Firil [)iymnt nt iittXt fey any drfTrnc. •f ary t>9twiMin th eiiimai^ vaiu* v^<] tA rati20 vatu* at in and of Ihp ^atf tPfrn f!Wthtl>ilityal tmoXftm S^OHOO CwtHMtf CM'lAlClloll M SJOO 00 i>ili;r leaw Wn Frsi ptyiaiM • HCVily MwH ta M LEASE $QQ20 FOR ONLY •***" SAVE ON OUR GREAT SELECTION OF USED TRUCKS 1974 RAMCHARQER Fouf wheel dnve. auto. AIR mags, tires. AM'FM No 9143 1976 FORD COURIER Mags, lette* iires. lonneau cusiom seat, sky port 1977 FORD COURIER Auto AIR roll bar radials push bar No 9134 1976 FORD COURIER 4 speed, crawl Ihru. snell. custom pamt NO 911; 1977 FORD COURIER 4 speed custom decal. custom seat. AM/FM 195 miles No 9119 1974 TOYOTA PICKUP Camper mags gold color 1977 TOYOTA PICKUP Under '.600 miles, wide mirrors No 9132 1975 TOYOTA PICKUP New persimmon paint 1977 EL CAMINO Full power AIR camper shell 1977 FORD PICKUP Four wheel dnvt, mags, tires SALE • USED CARS • SALE 1970 FORD VAN Auto. AIR 2188 No. 9094 1972 DODGE COLT M188 No. 4694 1971 TOYOTA 988 No. 9040A 1972 VW BUG CONV'T M988, 'No. 9104 1971 PLYM. FURY <688 1969 TRIUMPH GT6 'No. sasiA M088 No. 4618 1972 PLYM. SEBRING M288 No. ••34A 1972 FORD MAVERICK M288. 'No. 4661 1973 TOYOTA CELICA 1788 1975 AMC PACER No. 49t >2688 No. 1007 NEED CREDIT? NEW IN TOWN? DIVORCED? TURNED DOWN ELSEWHERE? WE CARRY CONTRACTS. NEW ON THE JOB? SEE US TODAY! FIRST NATIONAL BANK • NEVADA STATE BANK • LEASING ASK ABOUT OUR lOQo/o FINANCING SURFER VANS SPECIAL INTEREST CARS SALE • USED CARS • SALE 1976 JAGUAR XJS I SPORT COUPE. Stereo tape, alloy wheels. Two to choose from. 1978 TRANS AM Red. power windows, tilt, stereo, cruise No. P31 $2000 DISCOUNT 1974 MERCEDES 4508EL BMW 5301 The luxurh 4 doof with full equiprflont. • ^•tallic blue with sunroof. tMOw. tef. No.9126l~ ^,,33 PRESTIGE MOTORCARS 870-5181 Serve Yourself and Save SPECIALS Mike Daly, Las Vegas and Reno businessman, Tiled today for the Office of State Controller. Daly is a Democrat, and is the only candidate in the Democratic Primary for State Controller. Daly, former state representstive of Congressman Jim Santini, said "the position of State Controller will become increasingly important as our state expands its economic base. Because of the State the State Controller is the chief Fiscal Officer for the State, he is in a position to maintain a conser vative attitude on government spending." He also works as a receiver in Federal District Court, managing businesses, and corporations that are going into bankruptcy. Daly implements fiscal policies that will turn the business around, and keep them solvent. "I want to use the skills and knowledge developed from prior training and experience as a businessman, and receiver and put them into action as state controller," said Daly. Daly worked for Gov. Mike O'Callaghan as Deputy Director, Nevada Department of Economic Development, appointed in 1970. Prior -tfrdhat he was news director for KSHO TV-13 in Las Vegas. After working for Santini as part of the Congressional Campaign Staff, he moved to Old Miners' Days Chloride is celebrating its third annual Old Miners' Days on Saturday, June 24th, 1978, under the auspices of the Chloride Historical Society. The day will start with a pancake breakfast from 7:30 to 10:30 a.m. At 12 o'clock noon there will be a parade, and a "B-B-Q" at 4 p.m. At 7:30 p.m. a ball game is scheduled between Chloride and Dolan Springs, and at 8 p.m. live music will start street dancing. And all day there will be gold panning and drilling contests, shoot outs and mining contests as well as the Oatman Gunslingers Horseshoe pitching contest. And tailgaters are welcome on the streets. It sounds like a fun program in a town well worth visiting. We covered Grasshopper Junction and Chloride not too long ago in a column describing places of interest to visit. Why not take the family to Chloride June 24th for a good old fashioned Western day's outing? WIDOWED MEN AND WOMEN A supportive group experience as well as an opportunity to discuss feelings and concerns regarding "re entry into the single life." There is no cost and free child care is available. The group meets the first and third Mondays of each month at the First Christian Church, 101 S. Rancho Rd, Las Vegas at 7:30 p.m. Additional information may be obtained by calling 382 MS3 or 731 3M1. Mike Daly Hies For Stote Controller Reno in 1974, and became Santini's state representative. Daly traveled the state in the Mobile District Office, the first congressional aide to maintain an office on wheels. Daly is the state chairman of the 1978 Arthritis Telethon, and secretary of the board of directors. Las Vegas YMCA. he is a member of the Nevada World Trade CouncilWestern Industrial Nevada, American Society of Public Administrators, Nevada Historical Society, and Public Relations Association of Las Vegas. He is a United State Air Force veteran, stationed at Nellis Air Force Base. He has lived in Nevada since 1966. Casino & Restaurant The Most liberal Slots in Town • AlJackpots 1-1-1 Ai yiot, SUNDAY, JUNE1BTH Western Steaks V^ Thousands of people in Hendersoa Boulder City and visitors have enjoyed our ^...^ Cocktails, FOR $ 5.00 jndudes • soup or salad • choice of baked potato or fries ^ r • ? f'l FATHEirS DAY Shrimp // BREAKFAST Cocktailyy Breakfast Steak '1.95 s;;: ^^Loose as a Goose $ Slots'' OVER 94% %, Vl RETURN^ ^4^ 21 Tal Everyday OPEN 24 HOURS ON TNURS, m, & SAT. • Poker Nites THURS, fflL, SAT. b SUN.| STARTING AT 7 U ? • 7 Card Stud YOURDEAIBS: PomrtKuse Jack 6 Dm #^SBWED 6 AM TO 6 PM •Mudes toast ALSO SERVED WED, JUNE 21ST. TMJRS. 6 FRI., JUNE 15 6 16 11 AM TO ? Chicken Fried Steak '1.^9 indudes • veg. • mashjed potato or fries • drir* induded TJOON TIME SI^CIAL" FRL & SAT.. JUNE 16 & 17 • 4 PM TO 9 PM gFOR '5.00 includes• sof) or salad* choice of veg. v MON. 6 TUES. JUNE 19 & 20 • 11 AM TO 9 PM Steak Sandwich on French Breadn.49 • tN nchiM 1741 N. 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1 / I i hoairy; Special new vahie. BRAND NEW 1978 360 CID lean burn engine, automatic, power steering, power disc brakes, AIR, tinted glass, popufar velour interior, glass belted radial WSW tires, deluxe wheel covers plus morel No. 36189. DISCOUNTED TO Klfoustllconsidera W-size kmuycar a necessity don't settle for less than a fUH-size Ciryslei: BRAND NEW 1978 NEWPORT 4DR HT, 400 CIO electric lean burn engine, eutomitic, power steering, pdwer diK brake*, AIR, tinted glaae, digital clock, power windowt, power Beat, power door locks, radio & heater, vinyl roof, remote mirrors, steel belted radial WSW tires, deluxe wheel covers, plus more. No 3?0t7 DISCOUNTED TO '6695 BVPHaMMTt mo BRAND NEW 1978 NEW YORKER, 400 CIO lean burn engine, automatic, power steering, power disc brakes, power windows, AIR, tinted glass, radio & heater, steel belted radial WSW tires, deluxe wheel covers, plus more. No 37026. DISCOUNTED TO 7495 • <\ HIQH TRAM-IN ALLOWANCIS • DISCOUNTED PRIMS • UP TO 48 MO. PINANCINQ AVAIUBLI Plyifioiith Horizon gives you 4IS 7278^; iront-rheel drive^ S door convenience^ and is Motor Ttand • *a Car Of thelbar. Don't give up high resale* Don't give up style* Don't give up comfort* Dont give up economy^ 25/18 MKNWY MMQTY BRAND NEW 1978 1700CC 2 barrel electric lean burn engine, automatic, front disc brakes, power steering, bucket seats, radio & heater, vinyl side molding, glass belted WSW tires, plus more! No. 33073 DISCOUNTED TO 4195 BRAND NEW 1978 4 DOOR 225 CID engine, automatic, power steering, power disc brakes, AIR, tinted glass, radio & heater, deluxe wheel covers, WSW tires, plus more! No. 32165. DISCOUNTED TO 5195 28/20Mf( HWY MP CITY BtMO on CPA ettimain (or a ?25 1 -b^ tAQtn* tnth nnanual iarmiioo Vour actual miio may (jifipr dpfyJ'r^g on yOur driving hab'tl tft condition •! you' cat ar4 Its 0(>i>ensi equtpmnt VANS • VANS • VANS CLOSEOUT ALL 77 PLYMOUTHS BIG SALE ON ALL 1978 VANS • Surf Vans • Fancy Vans • Maxi Vans • Past. Vans • Commercial Vans WE'VE GOT 'EM ALL ON SALE! 77 VOLARE 2DR Automatic, power steering, power disc brakes, AIR, tinted glass, vinyl top, WSW, deluxe wheel covers, radio & heater, undercoating & more. No. 431. $ 4295 ^ 77V0URE4DR Automatic, power steering, power disc brakes, AIR, tinted glass, vinyl top, WSW, deluxe wheel covers, radio & heater, undercoating & more. No. 417. $ 3995 %. USED CAR CLEARANCE! A FEW EXAMPLES RELOW • • • 74 PLYMOUTH DUSTER No. 253. $ 2495 70 DATSUN No. 114. $ 995 73 CHEVY NOVA ZDR No. 4M n699 $ 72 DATSUN 510 WAGON No. 112 1295 73 VW BUS No. S40 % 75 GRAND PRIX No. Ill 299&^3495 73 FORD PINTO WAGON No. IM $ 1495 $ 75 HORNET SPORTABOUT No. 110 2980 Hendtrsen Home News and Boulder City News HAl YOUR INIURANa Kirr MCI WITH THf INCRIASID VALUI OF YOUR HOMn \^*mm liiiprnnrMwH, f f efr1y vlM %f4 miA wDtiftoU hat ^rakably wnt tK *lua •( y*r ^MW tky.kifk. asM't ba caugM wMi yaiiar. rfay'i liMcfawa a* ta^ay't ra^tataaiaMl Fw CMfktt covtro|i, coll n at Nitrclitr KAERCHER S. ; HVSURAI^CE 72S So. 8th •384-2813 NEED CREDIT? • NEW IN TOWN • NO CREDIT • BAD CREDIT ESTABLISH CREDIT WITH US! CHARLESTON AUTO SALES 1333 East Charieston CORNER OF 14th ST. 386-7936 or 386-0956 0PEH7MYS LOW WEEKLY PAYMENTS^ '65 MUSTANG *499 70VWBUG *799 '64 VW BUG '699 '69 CHEVY MAUBU *699 73 COUGAR Al/ra.Tipl.Mip *2695 70 CHEV EL CAMINO *>*;<; 72 DATSUN *895 72 FORD LTD S/W tggg BANK FINANCING AVAILABLE FogeSS By Clny R. Fnn KMl WlEKBEGINNmOMONDAY, JUNI19,1978 frtdeU itron|lv markvdin you. Yoii Mt greet ftere by uitireeUMl and utiatk Mcenpikhment. Your perfeetloniit tpirit may find exprewkw in iome art form. I iplAriet Mor.}I.Apr. If f\\t^Q\ The lUri will incline vou towards looking up old rriemjs and icquaintancet or revisiting oka (ivorHe piares. A weleome invitation may com rrora • nriend. A definite deciaion is needed about an important peraenal problem. You roust avoid eitremei. I M Teurvt Apr. iO-Moy}6 Vtnut 9 | Business issues connected with lotni, mortgages or repairs will crop up and demand your attention, Kn ulea concerning business can be transformed into profit. A decision you made recently may have to be modified. Secrets that you n>ay hear may be false RIHI: A IMR ARQ Hit MiR Thwndoy, Jvno IS, IfTI Year • Around School Sots Rogistration .„r,-,, — Mercury 9 | You would b more unwise to count on your fnenda Moy}1-Jvne30 I fk Oemini K 'liiW your chestnuts out of the fire. The chancin are t they'll have ues of their own to grind. Social and business matters can be combined wUh fine results. Don \ push too hard, but be helpful. I ^ Cancer June 31 .July 23 Meen ^ | Just how you get along this week will depend very much on your administrative abilities. It will be far too easy to get yourself invoKed in a lot of time^*"•• •*•••• Larry Wright Graduates From LaVerne La Verne A crowd of some 5000 persons watched the largest graduating class in the history of the school receive degrees from the University of La Verne Sunday afternoon. Larry Wright of Henderson received a Bachelor degree. The 86th Commencement marked the first graduation ceremony under the new name of the University of La Verne which was changed f^om La Verne College last November. The University includes La Verne College of Undergraduates Studies, the College of Graduate Still living with the carpeting that came with the house? Bank of Nevada loans and Professional Studies, the School of Continuing Education and the College of Law. This year. 1273 degrees were granted. Bachelor's degrees went to 616 students. 553 received master's degrees and 60 juris doctor degrees were awarded to law graduates. Associate degrees went to 44 students. The audience heard speakers from each of the schools and colleges address the graduates. Speakers included Silva Barsoum, undergraduate studies; Lawrence Marino, Jr., Continuing Education; Beta Laszio, graduate studies; and Patricia Hopkins. College of Law. Keynote speaker for the event was Dr. Marie Martin, past director of the community college unit of the U.S. Office of Education in Washington, DC. Twelve Nevada Indian high school seniors have been selected to receive scholarships under the provisions of the 1978 Max C. Fleischmann Foundation Indian Scholarship Program. The following students have been named as recipients by Superintendent R.R. DiSibio, chairman, scholarship Dreom oml You Will Rocolve SaM Eileen Conners An antique mirror, dating from the beginning of Boulder City now reposes at the Bob and Eileen Conners home on M St. In an evening of surprises perhaps the one that was the most overwhelming was the gift of a floor length mirror that had been enjoyed by teachers (first at the old elementary school) and of late at the new school ... where in both cases it was hung in the ladies restrooms. It has bevelled glass and a wide natural wood frame. Eileen had often been heard to remark that she wanted the mirror if it was ever discarded. It received a new look when the teachers banded together to present it to their loved partner in education. Think of the reflections it has mir. rored! No one deserves it more, dear Sileen Tht oldtit known myrsli on msnmad* wsHi havt batn found In teutttarn Turktv. Thy dsti bKk to S600 B.t MOVING • STORAGE Ucol Stetewi^ • WoH^^ YOUNG I RUE MOVING ft STOIAOE AGINT OlOIAl VAN UNIS Total Service CUSTOMER SATISFACTION IS OUR WATCHWORD. We consider your move roffl|ileted only when you arc Completely satisried. Phont 457-3060 committee, Nevada department of education: Yvonne Louise Conklin and Mary Coleen Smith Battle Mountain High School, Lea Robin Gianos Basic High School, Henderson; Karen Marie Fralinger Carson High School; Gary Grant James •Douglas High School. Minden; Walter Frank Fisk Fernley High School; Antoinette Lynn Harney Owyhee High School; Debra Eileen Dale Washoe High School. Reno; Tony Robles Lopez Wells High School; Keith Owen Honaker -• White Pine High School. Ely; Valerie Lynne Andrews and Cheri Kathleen Emm Yerington High School. Each scholarship provides the recipient with $1,000 for the 1978-79 school year. UNITED MORTGAGE CAN BE YOUR PASSPORT TO ANYWHEREI The equity in your home or your real estatepaid for or not—can provide the money for an "all-expense" paid vacation now! Just call one of our loan officers today and you could start packing tomorrow! We 8/80 loBn money for any other worthwhile needl Reel Estate • Auto • Home Improvement Investment • Home Furnishings Persons! and Emergency Celebrating our 25th Anniversary! UNITED MORTGAGE CO irwclw l: Boise Rno SaltUkeCity St George m SOUTH FOURTH ST.. LAS VE6AS. NEVADA HlOl An £(}ul OppO'tunily Ltn0tr ^^^^^ # > j. ^ M; i • .' I 1 PC YOU HAVE A lOVED ONE YOU WORRY ABOUT lECAUSE HE OR SHE LIVES ALONE? % WOULD IT EASE YOUR MIND TO HAVE SOMEONE CALL THEM TWICE OAIIY TO CNECX ON THEIR SAFETY? Care Telephoning Sertlce Will do it for you! Any Mace In Tht Lot Vagei Area TTT-rrrr. WcWill Call Twice DailySeven Days A Week To Shut Ins. Senior Citizens. & Handicapped. For your peace of mind and the safety of the one you love, a small monthly fee will pay for two persona! contacts a day by telephone. .TER M. TABAH MJ)., FAC5, Cl announces the relocation of his office for the practice of GENERAL SURGERY 5025 So. Eastern (Eastern at Tropicana) las Vegas, Nevada 736^402 ft30 am • 5:30 pjn. ^ \ A

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1 / I i hoairy; Special new vahie. BRAND NEW 1978 360 CID lean burn engine, automatic, power steering, power disc brakes, AIR, tinted glass, popufar velour interior, glass belted radial WSW tires, deluxe wheel covers plus morel No. 36189. DISCOUNTED TO Klfoustllconsidera W-size kmuycar a necessity don't settle for less than a fUH-size Ciryslei: BRAND NEW 1978 NEWPORT 4DR HT, 400 CIO electric lean burn engine, eutomitic, power steering, pdwer diK brake*, AIR, tinted glaae, digital clock, power windowt, power Beat, power door locks, radio & heater, vinyl roof, remote mirrors, steel belted radial WSW tires, deluxe wheel covers, plus more. No 3?0t7 DISCOUNTED TO '6695 BVPHaMMTt mo BRAND NEW 1978 NEW YORKER, 400 CIO lean burn engine, automatic, power steering, power disc brakes, power windows, AIR, tinted glass, radio & heater, steel belted radial WSW tires, deluxe wheel covers, plus more. No 37026. DISCOUNTED TO 7495 • <\ HIQH TRAM-IN ALLOWANCIS • DISCOUNTED PRIMS • UP TO 48 MO. PINANCINQ AVAIUBLI Plyifioiith Horizon gives you 4IS 7278^; iront-rheel drive^ S door convenience^ and is Motor Ttand • *a Car Of thelbar. Don't give up high resale* Don't give up style* Don't give up comfort* Dont give up economy^ 25/18 MKNWY MMQTY BRAND NEW 1978 1700CC 2 barrel electric lean burn engine, automatic, front disc brakes, power steering, bucket seats, radio & heater, vinyl side molding, glass belted WSW tires, plus more! No. 33073 DISCOUNTED TO 4195 BRAND NEW 1978 4 DOOR 225 CID engine, automatic, power steering, power disc brakes, AIR, tinted glass, radio & heater, deluxe wheel covers, WSW tires, plus more! No. 32165. DISCOUNTED TO 5195 28/20Mf( HWY MP CITY BtMO on CPA ettimain (or a ?25 1 -b^ tAQtn* tnth nnanual iarmiioo Vour actual miio may (jifipr dpfyJ'r^g on yOur driving hab'tl tft condition •! you' cat ar4 Its 0(>i>ensi equtpmnt VANS • VANS • VANS CLOSEOUT ALL 77 PLYMOUTHS BIG SALE ON ALL 1978 VANS • Surf Vans • Fancy Vans • Maxi Vans • Past. Vans • Commercial Vans WE'VE GOT 'EM ALL ON SALE! 77 VOLARE 2DR Automatic, power steering, power disc brakes, AIR, tinted glass, vinyl top, WSW, deluxe wheel covers, radio & heater, undercoating & more. No. 431. $ 4295 ^ 77V0URE4DR Automatic, power steering, power disc brakes, AIR, tinted glass, vinyl top, WSW, deluxe wheel covers, radio & heater, undercoating & more. No. 417. $ 3995 %. USED CAR CLEARANCE! A FEW EXAMPLES RELOW • • • 74 PLYMOUTH DUSTER No. 253. $ 2495 70 DATSUN No. 114. $ 995 73 CHEVY NOVA ZDR No. 4M n699 $ 72 DATSUN 510 WAGON No. 112 1295 73 VW BUS No. S40 % 75 GRAND PRIX No. Ill 299&^3495 73 FORD PINTO WAGON No. IM $ 1495 $ 75 HORNET SPORTABOUT No. 110 2980 Hendtrsen Home News and Boulder City News HAl YOUR INIURANa Kirr MCI WITH THf INCRIASID VALUI OF YOUR HOMn \^*mm liiiprnnrMwH, f f efr1y vlM %f4 miA wDtiftoU hat ^rakably wnt tK *lua •( y*r ^MW tky.kifk. asM't ba caugM wMi yaiiar. rfay'i liMcfawa a* ta^ay't ra^tataaiaMl Fw CMfktt covtro|i, coll n at Nitrclitr KAERCHER S. ; HVSURAI^CE 72S So. 8th •384-2813 NEED CREDIT? • NEW IN TOWN • NO CREDIT • BAD CREDIT ESTABLISH CREDIT WITH US! CHARLESTON AUTO SALES 1333 East Charieston CORNER OF 14th ST. 386-7936 or 386-0956 0PEH7MYS LOW WEEKLY PAYMENTS^ '65 MUSTANG *499 70VWBUG *799 '64 VW BUG '699 '69 CHEVY MAUBU *699 73 COUGAR Al/ra.Tipl.Mip *2695 70 CHEV EL CAMINO *>*;<; 72 DATSUN *895 72 FORD LTD S/W tggg BANK FINANCING AVAILABLE FogeSS By Clny R. Fnn KMl WlEKBEGINNmOMONDAY, JUNI19,1978 frtdeU itron|lv markvdin you. Yoii Mt greet ftere by uitireeUMl and utiatk Mcenpikhment. Your perfeetloniit tpirit may find exprewkw in iome art form. I iplAriet Mor.}I.Apr. If f\\t^Q\ The lUri will incline vou towards looking up old rriemjs and icquaintancet or revisiting oka (ivorHe piares. A weleome invitation may com rrora • nriend. A definite deciaion is needed about an important peraenal problem. You roust avoid eitremei. I M Teurvt Apr. iO-Moy}6 Vtnut 9 | Business issues connected with lotni, mortgages or repairs will crop up and demand your attention, Kn ulea concerning business can be transformed into profit. A decision you made recently may have to be modified. Secrets that you n>ay hear may be false RIHI: A IMR ARQ Hit MiR Thwndoy, Jvno IS, IfTI Year • Around School Sots Rogistration .„r,-,, — Mercury 9 | You would b more unwise to count on your fnenda Moy}1-Jvne30 I fk Oemini K 'liiW your chestnuts out of the fire. The chancin are t they'll have ues of their own to grind. Social and business matters can be combined wUh fine results. Don \ push too hard, but be helpful. I ^ Cancer June 31 .July 23 Meen ^ | Just how you get along this week will depend very much on your administrative abilities. It will be far too easy to get yourself invoKed in a lot of time^*"•• •*•••• Larry Wright Graduates From LaVerne La Verne A crowd of some 5000 persons watched the largest graduating class in the history of the school receive degrees from the University of La Verne Sunday afternoon. Larry Wright of Henderson received a Bachelor degree. The 86th Commencement marked the first graduation ceremony under the new name of the University of La Verne which was changed f^om La Verne College last November. The University includes La Verne College of Undergraduates Studies, the College of Graduate Still living with the carpeting that came with the house? Bank of Nevada loans and Professional Studies, the School of Continuing Education and the College of Law. This year. 1273 degrees were granted. Bachelor's degrees went to 616 students. 553 received master's degrees and 60 juris doctor degrees were awarded to law graduates. Associate degrees went to 44 students. The audience heard speakers from each of the schools and colleges address the graduates. Speakers included Silva Barsoum, undergraduate studies; Lawrence Marino, Jr., Continuing Education; Beta Laszio, graduate studies; and Patricia Hopkins. College of Law. Keynote speaker for the event was Dr. Marie Martin, past director of the community college unit of the U.S. Office of Education in Washington, DC. Twelve Nevada Indian high school seniors have been selected to receive scholarships under the provisions of the 1978 Max C. Fleischmann Foundation Indian Scholarship Program. The following students have been named as recipients by Superintendent R.R. DiSibio, chairman, scholarship Dreom oml You Will Rocolve SaM Eileen Conners An antique mirror, dating from the beginning of Boulder City now reposes at the Bob and Eileen Conners home on M St. In an evening of surprises perhaps the one that was the most overwhelming was the gift of a floor length mirror that had been enjoyed by teachers (first at the old elementary school) and of late at the new school ... where in both cases it was hung in the ladies restrooms. It has bevelled glass and a wide natural wood frame. Eileen had often been heard to remark that she wanted the mirror if it was ever discarded. It received a new look when the teachers banded together to present it to their loved partner in education. Think of the reflections it has mir. rored! No one deserves it more, dear Sileen Tht oldtit known myrsli on msnmad* wsHi havt batn found In teutttarn Turktv. Thy dsti bKk to S600 B.t MOVING • STORAGE Ucol Stetewi^ • WoH^^ YOUNG I RUE MOVING ft STOIAOE AGINT OlOIAl VAN UNIS Total Service CUSTOMER SATISFACTION IS OUR WATCHWORD. We consider your move roffl|ileted only when you arc Completely satisried. Phont 457-3060 committee, Nevada department of education: Yvonne Louise Conklin and Mary Coleen Smith Battle Mountain High School, Lea Robin Gianos Basic High School, Henderson; Karen Marie Fralinger Carson High School; Gary Grant James •Douglas High School. Minden; Walter Frank Fisk Fernley High School; Antoinette Lynn Harney Owyhee High School; Debra Eileen Dale Washoe High School. Reno; Tony Robles Lopez Wells High School; Keith Owen Honaker -• White Pine High School. Ely; Valerie Lynne Andrews and Cheri Kathleen Emm Yerington High School. Each scholarship provides the recipient with $1,000 for the 1978-79 school year. UNITED MORTGAGE CAN BE YOUR PASSPORT TO ANYWHEREI The equity in your home or your real estatepaid for or not—can provide the money for an "all-expense" paid vacation now! Just call one of our loan officers today and you could start packing tomorrow! We 8/80 loBn money for any other worthwhile needl Reel Estate • Auto • Home Improvement Investment • Home Furnishings Persons! and Emergency Celebrating our 25th Anniversary! UNITED MORTGAGE CO irwclw l: Boise Rno SaltUkeCity St George m SOUTH FOURTH ST.. LAS VE6AS. NEVADA HlOl An £(}ul OppO'tunily Ltn0tr ^^^^^ # > j. ^ M; i • .' I 1 PC YOU HAVE A lOVED ONE YOU WORRY ABOUT lECAUSE HE OR SHE LIVES ALONE? % WOULD IT EASE YOUR MIND TO HAVE SOMEONE CALL THEM TWICE OAIIY TO CNECX ON THEIR SAFETY? Care Telephoning Sertlce Will do it for you! Any Mace In Tht Lot Vagei Area TTT-rrrr. WcWill Call Twice DailySeven Days A Week To Shut Ins. Senior Citizens. & Handicapped. For your peace of mind and the safety of the one you love, a small monthly fee will pay for two persona! contacts a day by telephone. .TER M. TABAH MJ)., FAC5, Cl announces the relocation of his office for the practice of GENERAL SURGERY 5025 So. Eastern (Eastern at Tropicana) las Vegas, Nevada 736^402 ft30 am • 5:30 pjn. ^ \ A

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• •HfUttltt|'f|f" MrWMkKTCALitt (IL "TTTOKinUttTim I I 1 • ?T>f2 rj-*jw-Mrc BRAND NEW 1978 Chevette ;;r3i42 WAS 3560" BRAND NEW 1978 Monza $ MO 3327 WASM107" 3552 BRAND NEW 1978 Nova No. 2852 WAS *4289^ BRAND NEW 1978 WON Impala NO 3373 WAS 6559" BRAND NEW 1978 Monte Carlo NO. 3316 WAS 6737 CALL NOW ,11'""^ FOR YOUR LOW LOW PRICE ^i^ Le CARS RENAULT BRAND NEW EL CAMINO LE CAR BY RENAULT • LE CAR BY Rl 3519! BRAND NEW CHEVY BLAZER DISCOUNTED No 2007 BRAND NEW CHEVY V4TON] PICKUP BRAND NEW CHEVY LUV No. 2469 LIMITED INTRODUCTORY PRICE ON ALL 1978 Le Cars IN STOCK! AS LOW AS J FudindtpJCCtfltCMncyoimchtgNtlarMr*Quality* 2 QuMtness • EcoMmcal • Siti • DiM • Comtort • RKpons'venest Mrts to describe the L* Cv* FEA TUftES From iKlwddrive •EPA41 urnhi0My 26MCG City*RacktpMontlwring>in4ipendltuip(nsion* (T t 24'T>ontfts 24 000 etknded Warranty on mMgr train M Alt conditioning avariiM • SM-MM McMm rMiH w tirei • Uraknd My LE CAR BY RENAULT* LE C AR BY Rl TREMENDOUS SAVINGS IN OUR USED CAR •66 PLYM. FURY No 4911 Family Car ^788 -69 CHEVY CAPRICE No 5025 Good Trans ^788 72 VEGA WAGON No 5054 iHSlf '888 72 TORINO WAGON No 5103 iweif '988 73 DODGE POLARA No 4921 yM n088 71 MONTE CARLO No 4580 Runs Super '1288 70 [INC. CONTINENTAL No 518.' Nice Car '1288 70 PLYM. FURY II "No 4809 Sharp' '1288 74 AMC MATADOR 1 No 11134 5?Wtf '1388 74 CHEVY VEGA No 5038 awS" '1388 72 DODGE DEMON iMZJ '1588 73 BUICK CENTURY No 5093 i2ff '1688 1 73CHRYS. 1 NEW YORKER No 11151 "wa '1688 74 DODGE CHARGER No 5134 J2eT5 '1788 75 FORD PINTO No 4537 ^288? '1888 74 PLYM. DUSTER No 4-97 .S2KJ '1988 74 BUICK CENTURY No 5035 'Jllift^ '2188 1 74 PLYM. DUSTER 1 No 52.-0 'm% '2288 76 CHEVY CHEVEHE No 4994 '2840 '2388 76 PINTO WAGON No 4894 '7m '2488 76 FORD PINTO No 5082 '3W0 '2588 75 PONT. LiMANS No 496/ '38W ^2589 75 AMC MATADOR No 11111 '26§S '2588 75 DODGE DART No 9095 i343J '2888 75 OLDS CUTLASS No 5028 'M3S '2888 74 CHEVY LACUNA No 8186 'vm '2988 75 OLDS STARFIRE No 4891 i3K5 '2988 77 FORD PINTO No 9007 iMzir '3088 77 FORD PINTO No 9023 lasOT '3088 76 AMC HORNET No 8139 iiTTS '3388 76 DART SWINGER No 10950 J4WS '3588 76 HORNET WAGON No 4370 ia8sll '3588 77 CHEVY NOVA No 8126 i484S '4188 77 MONTE CARLO No 5188 iWTtr '4488 74 CAD SDNDeVILLE 1 No 4968 '5285 '4488 77 MALIBU CLASSIC No 10958 J64r5 ^788 77 CHEVY CAMARO No 8076 iM3lf '4788 77 CHEVY CAPRICE No 8129 i&tZS '4888 77 FORD LTD II No 9019 ISMtf '4888 78 FORD FAIRMONT No 8091 Auto. AIR '5188 1 76 GRAND PRIX No 50/3 '55 '5388 78 CAD. 1 SEVILLE No 8010 Only 1 800 miles tAVE '2000 100(^ GOLD SEAL GUARANTH AU. 'OOLO ttALUIEO CAM AM OUARANTUO 100 OAVS OR 4000 MILIt ON ALL PARTI AND UIOR. AM ^OR THE "OOLO UAL' YOU'LL •! QUO YOU DIDI NEED CREDIT? • WE CNMY CONTMCTS • NEW IN TOWN? MVQKEO? TUNNED DOWN EUEWHENE7 NEW ON THE JOT SI US • FN8T NATIONAL lANK • CNEDIT UNIONS • NEVMIA STATE SANK • UUC CNEBIT • LEAK • ASK AIOUT OUN N8 DOWN fAYMENT PtAN...TOUU IE BIAD TOU DWI YH MODEL USED TRUCKS I ALL UStD IMPORTS ON SALE OVER 100 QUALITY USED IMroRTS 73 MERCURY CAPRI 4 speed, tape. No. 8148 nose — '74 PATiUN 260Z Auto, AIR. stereo No 5293 M288 ^! HflNSA CIVIC Automatic No 8052 J33flL 78 VW RABBIT 4 speed. AM/FM No 4/04 '2888 73 TOYOTA CEUCA 4 spd AIR AliVm. No 4880 $ 74 JAGUAR XJf Loadf No 5151 OVER 75 USED TRUCKS TO CHOOSE 88 '74 DiriUN 710 4 speed. AIR No 5158 '2188 *BIVW BUQ 4 spetd No 5026 M188 75 VOLVO 244 4DR 4 speed No 4964 >3888 —'74 AUbi FOX 4DR Auto. AM/FM No 5269 WAOON 5 speed. AM/FM No 5168 J2888 71 COLT WAGON 4$pe] No 5034 M288 444 SO. DECATUR AVE. AT ALTA DR. "ONE OF THE WORLD S LARGEST AUTOMOBILE DEALERS'

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HcrKUraen Home Nws and Bowlder City Nvws Pa^ A-1 Thursday, Junt 15, 1978 Dadfe the Greatest! Be sure to have a gift for him as special as he is ^\]miEd^ |3^j.SUNDAV VJILNC

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HndrMn Norn* Nws and Boulaltr City Nw PagAa ThwrM^, Juiw IS, 1971 There's one sure way to a father's heart... Here's A Hearty Hofbrau Platter On Father's Day, give Dad love and tenderness — and a well-provisioned table. A hearty "Hofbrau Platter", created by The Lipton Kitchens, is sure to please him with its robust hot potato salad and sauerkraut, specially seasoned with instant onion soup .. easy for you, delicious for him! Hofbrau Planer Hot Potato Salad: 2 envelopes Lipton Cfnion Cup-a-Soup 2 tablespoons flour 2 tablespoons sugar I cup cold water 1/3 cup vinegar 1/4 teaspoon celery seed 4 cups thinly sliced, cooked potatoes (about 6 medium) 6 slices bacon, crisp-cooked and crumbled Sauerkraut: 2 envelopes Lipton Onion Cup-a-Soup I can (16 oz.) sauerkraut I teaspoon caraway seeds Sausages: 8 links of any of the following: bratwurst, knockwurst, smoked thuringer, or frankfurters, cooked and kept warm In large skillet, mix instant onion soup with flour and sugar; stir in water, vinegar and celery seed. Bring to a boil; simmer until thickened, about I minute. Add potatoes and bacon and heat through. Meanwhile, m medium saucepan, combme instant onion soup, sauerkraut, and caraway seeds; heat through. On large serving platter, arrange hot potato salad, sausages, and sauerkraut. Makes about 4 servings.f BMMIIGOIII p Great "Pre-Father's Day Clearance Now! OMISI frM Perry's Gnat ulNtiN If Sin Hn Pip Pkasm... latist stytes, laam Irais ai MI niiliv il UM Nwist cilin ... AND GREAT SAVINGS TOO! 3 PIECE VESTED SUITS m Not Sure ANut Dad's Size??? Give A Perry's Gift Certificate SAFEWAY PLAZA HENDERSON OpMftf4MM.tbrSt. Ph. 565-6421 NOW FROM You'll also find a complete selection of accessories sure to fit into any "POPS wardrobe...so stop by THIS WEEK FATHERS DAY IS JUNE 18th SLICK GIFT IDEA: THE "ULTIMATE" IN OMELET PANS With more and more women heading for the offlce, more and more men arc heading for the kitchen. It could be merely the instinct for survival. More likely, though, it's that great numbers of men these days are discovering the pleasure and relaxation that can be found in, say, whipping Vip a perfect omelet. What better gift, then, than a great pan to whip it up in? If Dad's into cooking, one of the best Father's Day presents ever could be one or two of those superslick, no-stick pans from France called T-Fal. He'll saute'— without fear of frying! Cook — without any clean-up! And if he has an eye for high-quality engineering, he'll appreciate the superb good looks, feel and balance of these fine imports. As the clincher, you might impress him with the fact that they're the only' non-stick pans in the world which feature a mechanical bond of that slipperiest of all substances, pure PTFE. He'll say it's a slick Father's Day gift!t Man's Conleatnent Nine requisites for contented living: Health enough to make work a pleasure; wealth enough to support your needs; strength enough to battle with difficulties .. grace enough to confess your sins and overcome them; patience enough to toil until some good is accomplished; charity enough to see some good in your neighbor, love enough to make you to be useful and helpful to others; faith enough to make real the things of God; hope enough to remove all anxious fear concerning the future. — Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832) Say, "lIiKle!" On Dobu Island, off the coast of New Guinea, the uncle is considered head of the family. Instead of having authority over his own offspring, he dominates his sister's children. Fatkcr't Day ia Sunday, June llth Clothei' ihtke the man: Naked people have little or no influence in society. — Mark Twain >a9A-3 Henderson Horn* News and Boulder City News Thursday, June 15, 1978 HOW ABOUT aNE-E-E-T SHORTS b matching SHIRT or a C-0-0-04. TENNIS or A GOLf SHIRT for HIM Vtn WYOMING ST.. BOULDER CITY (Corner of Are. Q mONE t$i-H** Lajrawayi Accepted STUDENT SHOP 12-QL Lite Cooler Chest Seals 4n the coWl Cheat ^ polyu'^thaoe insulated and cover is r insulated. Molds 12 cans, pius food, ice. Lid rwveraes g tray, f erfect for famity picnica. sport outings or can[>pinfl "P-•" btue, yailow. linw or apricot. 03* THE MENS STORE 525 avenue b tic ReiiceNtliaDodoit Faika'6 Dot) Some SuggestionsDRESS SHIRTS • SPORT SHIRTS TIES • SOCKS ^i ..Complete PAJAMAS* SHOES V^.
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Hndraen Hem* News and Boulder City New* Gift Suggestions for Your Favorite Barbecue Chef P(igoA-4 Thursday, June IS, 1978 With days getting warmer and longer, chances arc Dad's been in the mot)d for some barbecuing lately. Take a cue from that, and gift him with the right equipment and accessories for successful barbecuing. .Start with the barbecue ... is >our present one reall> big enough for those family get-togethers? Perhaps Mom, Brother, and Sister can all pool their resources to invest m a newer, bigger model If Dads partial to barbecued chicken, gift him with a rotisscric model. Or, if Dad likes picnics and outings at the shore, you might surprise him with a portable, folding hibachi. There are many accessories available for barbecuing that don't cost a great deal of money, but add greatly to the enjoyment of cooking out. Giant barbecue tongs, for instance, hold those baked potatoes or sizzling steaks with equal ease. For shish kebab, gift him with a set of stainless steel skewers. To keep tabs on those baked potatoes, ct al, a timer will come in handy, and Dad can use it for other purposes, such as -timing telephone calls. .\ barbecue apron and HARDWARE STORE TOOL of the Month 1Q0-Ft Vinyl Extension CORD Super flexible 16-gauge, 3 wire cord is ideal for grounded portable electrical equipment indoors and out. Orange cap and connector for high visibility. Meets OSHA requirements. UL listed. 03302 now auAtrnriES UMITEO musim BUILDERS 1246 N. BOUOa HWY. pj mmt M HEN0B60N 564-1834 SUTILS v?Sll!S"5^Diiii i^r^BUIlDWO-. ^1^ HAWIA//WE HOUS 4746 L aAMINGO RO, IAS VEGAS 46M774 mitts will tell Dad he's the lop chef and also keep spatters from doing any damage. For cook-outs away from home, Dad would appreciate a big vacuum pot for keeping drinks hot or cold ,. or, how about a wine caddy for carrying his favorite chablis or rose? Save Dad time and frustration by gifting him with an electric charcoal lighter for getting a good fire going easily and quickly. If Dad's already got all the barbecue equipment he can use, don't be daunted you can still gift him with some nice, juicy steaks! Clothes make the man. Naked people have little or no influence in society. — Mark Twain Henderson Home News and Boulder City News ^"9 A* Father's Day — First Proclaimed By The People! d 0 0 a BAKERY SHOPPE Father^s DayCakes! Sunday, June 18th • SPECIALLY GIFT BOXED ir HOMEMADE • BEAUTIFULLY DECORATED • FREE DELIVERY In the aC. b Henderson Area. ALL THIS FOR ONLY *7#95 ALSO HOMEMADE PIES All Flavors COME IN OR CALL .. 293-3863 546 NEVADA HWY., BOULDER CITY During the year between 1931 and 1972, Father's Day became one of America's best-loved holidays — without bencflt of an Act of Congress or Presidential Proclamation. Then, in April 1972, Congress passed the Father's Day Act, signed shortly ^"^^(^ Men I Recliners Great Gifts For Great Guys! KABUKI ROBES SLIPPERS PJ.'s ames Goodiesil & LOTS MORE • Gowns lot 11-5 Sun 1-4 • Aprons HEY KIDS! 'Candles •Copper NIFTY-THRIFTY GIFTS FOR UNDER $5.00l;^_ Gift shoppe mm -sJi: .Adams & Buchanan ''1^^ "^/^^^ Boulder Ci^y, [siy ^^ **osmAi AuxmSi^ thereafter by President Nixon, which made Father's Day a National Holiday, to be supported by a proclamation from the sitting president each year. Research indicates that in 1971, the majority of Americans observed Father's Day in some form or other. In fact, by 1974. nine out of ten Americans celebrated Father's Day. and in 1977, the total had risen to almost 95%! Father's Day comes the third Sunday of every June, and so it never can be earlier than June 14 and never later than June 21. That makes it •an ideal time for outdoor celebrations, and the family cook-out has become one of America's preferred ways of saying. "I love you. Dad."' According to the Beef Industry Council, something like 75 million pounds of beef will be sold for the Father's Day weekend, 1978. suggestmg that steaks, hamburgers, and other barbeque delectables will reign supreme on Father's Day this year, Sunday, June 18.t Honor thy father and thy mother; that thy days may be long in the land uhich the Lord thy God givelh thee. txodus 20:12 ALL Fishing Gear & Lures IN STOCK y2off THROUGH JUNE 18TH Remember Dod ... with a KABAR CLASSIC KNIFE THE FINEST POCKET KNIFE AVAILABLE "Lifetime Guarantee" <\jt^ Husky Station THURSD/4Y-RID/1Y-9/^TURD/IY OMLY "OmNO COMTAX WalIrGrau KiNw rH*4.49 WILL EXCHANGE m FULL CREDIT TO FATHER IF NOT SATISFIED BEFORE JUNE 21ST. LAKE MEAD FURNITURE Jobes Tree Spikes •125 SALE ORTHO-GRO Uquld Plunt Food 12-6-6 • Balanced fonnuJation for general pjant use. • Feeds through roots and foliaga SALE 'ORINO ORTHO cm> Joins House Pbnt Spikes SALE 39* ROSE FOOD 8-12-4 • Provides nutrients for luxurious foliage, maximum number of blooms. Tomato Food ^—-^ Citrus Food Vegetable Food SALE a. m HENDERSON 56&4648 OPEN 930 TO 6:30 GARDEN GRO SPRAYERS 2 GaL • 2025 Valley Liquidators New Henderson Distributor For Ortho Products 565-7309 BflOADCAST DROP SPREADER *7B35 333 Sunset Rd. ROUND TH> OR SQUARETIP SHOVELS I 5.75 GARDEN GRO SPRAYERS 3gaL • 22.70 HOES RAKES GARDEN HOSES LAWN SPRINKLERS

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^^^ Hndron Hon Nws and Bowidor City Nw( r99k-t Thursday, Juno IS, 1978 Wondering what to give him onFathersDay? Father's Day Gifts to Make Pop Proud Is Father Hi to be tied — again'^ Heavens, no, says the Jewelry Industry Council, which believes that even the most conservative Dad secretly yearns for something different from the usual tic, shirt or slippers for Father's Day. Instead of a tie. or even a tic clip, why not surprise him this year with a more exciting form of neckwear. suggests the Council. Chains with personalized pendants depicting his favorite sport or hobby offer Dad a golden opportunity for self-expression. Your jeweler can show you everything from a gold anchor for the weekend t>oatcr to a bowling ball and pin for the star of the company bowling team. "Don't whistle until you're out of the woodt." American Proverb • •• WITH OtACE SHILES // Happy Father's Day" Think of it as 12 postcards. Inside this littir yellow box is a tittle black cartridge full of color film ftt for a Pocket — a Kodak pocket Instamatic camera. When it's processed, the film will be twelve pictures nearly postcard sixe. But these pictures are better than postcards t>ecause thiey're about you instead of faraway places with strange soundin( iumes. They're big enotigh to write on the back of, put a 9" stamp on and drop in a mailbox jastastheyare. And a lot of times a picture of a familiar face says much nore than a letter ever could. Film & Flip Flash $441 "OUTRT $^^95 SPECIAU" T^LE-EKTRA 2 SHILES' Basic Photo 19 Water St. 565-7627 If you really want to make Father's Day a redletter day for Dad, consider getting him a ring personalized with his own initials. Some of the handsomest signet rings feature a single pink gold initial standing out in bold relief on a white gold background. You can also have a plain gold ring engraved with his monogram. Of course, one of the best gifts you can give Dad is time: a new watch for sports, or for dress wear. Choose from a wide range of digital or conventional watches, electronic or selfwinding. Youll find watches with second hands to measure small amounts of time; watches that tdl what time it is here and abroad; watches that have alarms; and wafer-thin, elegant watches with diamond pave faces or mosaic lapis or opal faces. Your favorite jeweler has many other gifts that say "Happy Father's Day" in a very personal way. Some examples: key chains, money clips and belt buckles that can be enpravrd with Dad's initials. And here's a humorous gift idea for the D?d who's really sharp: a karat goW razor blade to ornament a key ring. Any one of these handsome jewelry gifts will make Papa so proud — he'll be fit to be tied! t I .. „.„ • • Dally 7 am 9 pm • •Fri. k Sat. 7 am -10 pm • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Served 213* S. BOULDEI HWV, 0|)eK7Dai|ft • •tty A Jo* filon, Ownon Father's Dan STARTS WfTH A TRIP TO LYONS eyPR KAmi4iOME PLUG IN CSAREHE UGHTER OimH OR STANQfyO WAli OUTLET AtfVSA Travel Kit Can ^^^ •JIL^: SML GORDl£SS 2 SPEB CONTHOU 31V Dri CHARGER ilOJUDH) tf" S6K %'ORn^ 15HEces Tool Set ^2 IVBIERMi-PURPOSE BIVCESET WITH OWIN CARRYilG CASE 11^^ Gun Kit 9S auuxboaxBi Dfi at Sharpener 2^^ aiiUX 6 OECXBI 2-SFEB) -Saw '99 LYOm NAWWAM i SPORTING GOODS 16 W. Pacific. Nen^crtM • 56S 7414 HcndvrMfi Hem* Nowt and Boulder City Nws GIFTS FOR DAD—-THE GENIAL HOST ra9A-7 nmndoy, JwfM 15, 197t Dad ^joys playing the role of host to friends and family, so take your cue this Father's Day and gift him with items for his bar or liquor cabinet. A smart-looking ice bucket will help Dad keep everyone's drink good and cold, can be a decorative addition to the family bar. Does Dad have plenty of glassware for serving up his specialties? Cocktail glasses, highball glasses, old fashioned glasses and beer mugs in attractive designs v^ill equip his bar beautifully. If Dad doesn't already have a buill-in bar, surprise him with a portable one that wheels out to the patio or living room with equal case. A sell/er-watcr dispenser Mill prove indispensable (o the Dad tending bar, is a good gift idea. A set of unique decanters will be a handsome addition to (he bar and makes good conversation as well. A plentiful supply of decorative coasters makes a thoughtful, handy gift for the host. Cordial or wine decanters with matching glasses will make Dad's bar complete. Handsome serving racks or trays will make Dad's job as host that much easier. If Dad's already gut all ihc bar accessories he needs, lust gift him with a generous supply of his favorite brand .. he'll toast your good taste on his day! Di4 yNi know tiMt... Many children make their own gifu for Dad on Father'i Day. They run the gamut from crayoned greeting cards; through handmade shirts and ties, photographs, and unusual plants. It's the thought and not the substance that often gets the most attention. Well over half the Dads get two or more gifts for Father's Day. No wonder, then, that Father's Day has become "Dad's Second Christmas". And now that Mom is probably working, too. Dad doesn't even have to dig down and shell out to pay for his own remembrances! About 75,000,000 greeting cards will be sent out for Father's Day. That's more than one for every Dad in the country. A nice, wholetome expression of how we feel about "Pop." wi| .'J SIFT BUDIUBTEIIS MEnHIK 19" diagonal Portable. Model 4310 oilers all the convenience ol Automatic Fine Tuning for accurately tuned pictures on every channel. The brillidnt color ol a Precision In-Line Tube and the reliability of a 100. solid-stale chassis. 00 ONLY ^388 COME IN...BUY NOW! • 5 GREAT VALUE 19" diagonal Videomalic PortabI* lets you enjoy a really automatic color picture Model 4330 even has an electronic eye that automatically ad-usts the picture to changing room light It ai^-o has a 100% solid-state chassis and so much morel 0Ntir^419 COME IN...BUY NOW! •*o4l 44S4 Early American styling 19" diagonal VIdeomaiic Table Model automatically brings you eye-pleasing pictures in any light plus brilliant, sharp color on its Precision In-Line Tube It also has the reliability ol a 100
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SALE STARTS SUN.. JUNE 11 ENDS SAT., JUNE 17 M54 For his leisure Comfortable cotton/polyester knit shirts Three-button placket with crew neck, sport styling. Now very giftably priced. Ideal! ON HIS DAY GIVE SLACKS OF DACRON Our Ae0. 12.99 196 He'll stroll through summer comfortably in easy-fitting Dacron* polyester/ cotton •lacks. With flared, hemmed bottoms, t>elt loops, contrasting elastic web belt •DuPonn*g TM LAS VEGAS W. WASHM8T0N AND TONAMH MBHWAY LASVEGAS LAS VE6AS BOULEVARO AND EVANS AVENUE LAS VEGAS 297SE. SAHARA AVENUE

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K mart AM/FM DIGrTAL CLOCK RADIO For Dad on Father's Day, so he can awaken easily all year longi Clock radio wakes him with music or alarm Has AFC. 60-min. sleep switch, lighted clock, slide-rule tuning. Save! 24 46 LEATHER BILLFOLDS. TRFOLDS Our Rg. 9.97 5 44 Each The traditional Dad's Day gift. t>ack again for this year's giving. Billfolds and trifolds of genuine cowhide for durability and good looks. DIGITAL ALARM CLOCKS 1J97 Electronic digital alarm clock has snooze alarm with repeat features, large green readout, pushbutton controls, and alarm-set button. REMINGTON ORNORELCO SHAVERS YourChok* OQ88 Rechargable. t^relco rotary cord/cordless shaver or Rem ington* cordless shaver with twin ultra-thin flexible screen for comfortable shaving. 17.JEWEL WATCHES Our 19J7, With plain or A^ jm QQ color dial. Yellow or white f ^S^^ finish Strap or metal band. V^r £a. MEN'S LCi>/ WATCHES Our 38.97, LCD' watch 0%'9QO shows time, month, date. ^^ ^OO In yelkMv or white finish, ma § 'Liquid crytlal 4es in yellow or white finish with strap or metal band. Or 5-function LCD' watches in white finish with bracelet band or yellow with leather band. 'LiquKl crystal am Now Playing! Handsome Portable Radios for Dad's Day TWIN-SPEAKER AM/FM RADK) 29^' PORTABLE AM/FM RADIO TY1/TV^AC/DC• AM/FM RADK) VHF/CB-AC/DC* AM/FM RADK) 22 78 2883 28^ A. Twin-speaker radio with twin antennas. Plays AM or FM. Uses cord or operates on batteries'. Save! B. Smooth slide ule tuning. With earph ne jack and swivel hand e Uses cord or batterle-^' Save! C. With talevl8k>n sound reception. Slide-rule tuning, switchable AFC. earphone jack, and cord. 0. Plays AM/FM, air, police, weather, and CB bands. Slide-rule tuning. AFC. earphone jack. COMPACT AM RADK) y47 E. Battery'-run. take-along model. Slide-rule tuning, rotary control, ferrite bar antenna. 3" speaker. AC/DC* CASSETTE TAPE RECORDER With automatic stop and level control, tape counter with g^ Jt07 reset button, built-in condenser microphone, auxiliary %^1^' jacks, 6-volt jack for auto/boat, and removable AC cord. \^^w 'BatttriM not includM PORTABLE* AM/FM/TV RADK) SahEndtSt. 15 88 Hear radio and TV1/ TV2 programs. With slide switch band selector, rotary control. 2V*" speaker, and earphone for private listening Shop now and save! 'BalwriM no! inckidM MINOLTA POCKET CAMERA Sala End* Sat. ^c^ ^^^^^m 54 88 Built-in electronic flash and close-up lens. 3-position focusing. Uses drop-in 110 film cartridges and one 'AA' battery' for flash Save now at K mart. 'Mol mckxtM 7X15X36 nvn ZOOM BINOCULARS Our Hag. 69.97 58^ Center focus. Bauschand-Lomb-type singlebody construction Fully coated optics With carrying case OurMJt,ax36nwiBinooulrsandCae.33J

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