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1978-06-27 - Henderson Home News

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1978-06-27 - Henderson Home News
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Zenoff, Morry ( Columnist )
Stafford, Mary ( Columnist )
Raymond, Flo ( Columnist )
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Zenoff, Morry M.
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1978-06-27
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City and town life -- Nevada -- Henderson
Community life -- Nevada -- Henderson
History -- Henderson (Nev.) -- 20th century
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! RECEIVED / HENDERSON 11 nnwi iHsirsTmi CIITIS NEVADA STATECARSON CITY, NV.J Nv. Stte Llbrsry H-'* Cnraon City, NT. 897OI THE COMMUNITY'S NEWSPAPER WITH WEEKLY SHOPPERS WHICH INCLUDE MERCHANTS' MESSAGES THAT SERVE ALL 10^00 HOMES IN THE HENDERSON-BOULDER CITY AREA. Our 30th Yar 52^^ Edition HENDERSON. NEVADA PHOIVE 5641881-All Departments PRICE 15 CENTS Tuttdoy, June 27, 1978 PHONE CO. ORDERED TO PAY REFUND HERE Morry'Story By Morry Ztnoff Rtmembtr lost wtk in this catumn wt mentioned that various of our top state officials went to Washington to push for a $24 million Federal allocation to build o leg f U.S. Highway 39S thot goes thru Reno? Well, left take a dote look at the Attociated Prett report of the invasion of Wothington headed by our governor, Mike O'Colloghan. Quote: Freeway To Be Completed RENO (AP) • If the federal gov•mment releatet fundt in the near future for the completion of U.S. Highway 39S through hore, the long awaited freeway could be completed by the summer of 1980, Nevodo Highway Engineer Joe Seuio told Friday. Souto, who attended a meeting of state and federal officiols Thursday in Washington, said he was encouraged by the administration's promise to place top priority on the $25 million project. Fundt for the project, which Federal Highway Administrator Kori Bowort soid ore nkeiy ta kii AwfHorlzed toon, ^11 allow a 2.8 mile stretch of freeway south of Interstate 80 to be finithed in two years. Bowers told Souia and ether Nevada officials that no project has a better claim to federal highway funds than 395. State highway officials and politicians have contended for tome time thai completion of the route it critical to alleviate teriout troffic congestion. End Quote: looks like they got something on, doesn't it? And there's nory a word in the report thot referet to the Henderson Vegas • Boulder freeway, or any part of the project that would extend from the Vegas freeway system to Desert Inn road, in its first stage, and then on out to R.R. Pass, as the sec' end stage. Yet this freeway of ours won top priority from the state highway department, the federal highway system and from Mike himself a year or M ago. Sirne then our Boulder highway has become more crowded, more Krewed up with traffic lights, city, county and ttote fly copy, and 35 mile per hour signs every few minutes. ... all because of the some growth pattern they're talking about in their arguments up north. $• • • what are we going to do it? The governor got back from Washington in tinoe to attend tfte Jim Santini roost tiMt occempanied Jim's onnourKomont ho's a candidate to stay in the cangrett. It was held in the beautiful Hilton ballroom and it was well deceroted, •toged to copy any rwtioiMil political convention. Bolloons, straw hots, colorful short dressed giris poroding up and down tfie oitloe, carrying bonnon ond tigne, accompanied by lownd tffoct* taken from actual con* vofttiom. It wot very effective. Until the tpoechos the so • caU lod loaett. Thoy wore pr • written for tde ipoakort and titoy wore filled wMh gutter humor, lotrino wieo • tfvdis, sickening remarks from m*n wfi# car^ ttote ano notionol ofticet. See "MORRY" •npoMl I Bob Shelton Explains Future of 'Old Vegas' The first 100 years of Las Vegas...complete with the influence of the railroad, gambling and the infamous Block 16...Speakeasies and a rip snorting old western street... all this and more will be recreated in the Old Vegas soon to open on Boulder Highway in Henderson according to Pobert Shelton. Speaking to approximately 100 persons at the B.C.Chamber of Commerce Annual Installation Banquet at Bob Vorchota's Railroad Pass Casino Friday. Shelton described with great enthusiasm the concept and plans for the project. Well seasoned in this type of enterprise ...he brought Old Tucson from obscutity to national fame...Shelton told of his fascination with the early history of the Las Vegas area. "With all the glamour in Las Vegas., the glitter, the lights... I felt there should be more. Here's an area where so much happened...so much historical signifigance...the romance and excitement of the old west happened right here> The first 100 years cavtivated us...and it's this Robert Shelton period we're attempting to recreate as authentically as possible". The Old Vegas project is designed to "stimulate fantasies" traifi! visitor* back jn tim. Development is being done in two phases. The first phase should be completed this siMTimer.lt will include a' replica of the Mormon Fort (with some adaptations), with stores, a cantina and a 300 seat theatre inside. The theatre will show a special movie on the history of the Las Vegas area currently being produced under Shelton's direction. Outside, visitors may inspect an old railroad car...an authentic steam train and a swaying stagecoach. The second phase will produce Block 16. a complete main street of a Western town... with an inviting road leading out to a group of miner's diggings and a deserted mining town. Further on, there'll be a railroad museum. The complex will be constructed to meet the requirements of film production and Shelton expects both movie and TVshows to be "on location" at Old Vegas once completed. Several production companies have already expressed aileiifc taJilffi here. ii ji u > It i < I I II ir I I fI I II I • —-^—-^—^-^—Russell Sloan Qualifies for Junior World Golf Tournament By Mary Stafford Awhile back a friend invited Russell Sloan to play golf. Five vears and about .10 trophies later, he is still playing golf, nearly every day, and hopes to eventually "maybe he a pro". • • Russell dove right in with both feet." said his mother. Linda Sloan. • When he isn't playing on the golf course, he is working at Black Mountain Golf and Country Club or practicing in the yard... or in the house,"she said laughingly as she pointed to a few minor credit nicks on the livingrqom wallboards. Russell gives a great deal of credit for his success to Robert Taylor, former principal of the elementary school which was named for him upon his retirement several years ago. "He gave me so much encouragement and has helped so many other boys who have shown an interest in golf'Russell explained. "Mr. Taylor keeps golf clubs in the trunk of his car and when he sees someone who is really interested in golf, he gives them a set of clubs to use until they can afford to buy their own. One of Ru&sell's most unusual trophies was won at a tournament in which he played at Death Valley. And again. Mr. Taylor was intrumental in Russells being in that particular tournament as that is jusi another of the kindnesses lliown by the former .educator... Uklifl kids so they might partMpMc in tournaments outside the LM V^gM area. Tbnt ^t few days Russell has been \m Ino participating in still another totmameni. He qualified on the county level in the Southern Nevada Insurance Gassic and this TROmiES HERE, TROPHIES THERE • Rutsell Sloan is shown with some of the golf trophies he has won during his five years of playing the popular sport. Those of which he is the proudest adorn the dresser of his bedroom and irulude his Most Voluable Player trophy and on unusual one received at 0 Death Valley toumoment. Monday and Tuesday has been attempting to qualify on the state level which would then make him eligible for the big tournament which will take place in Illinois later in the summer. Last week the handsome, young man, who will be a senior this fall at Basic High School, qualified at Paradise Valley Country Club with a 69. 3 under par.for the 11th annual Junior World Golf Championship which will take place in San Diego July 11-14. A large percentage of Russell'^ accumulated trophies adorn his dresser and a shelf in his bedroom while the overflow have found their wav into the family room ot the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. I Randy Sloan. Some of his more treasured ones include Most Improved and the Most Valuable, which he received following the Men'sNevada AAA Golf Championship at which Basic High School took first place in the state. But his most treasured are the medals he recieved from the State Meet...first in individual standings with an even-par 72. Russell would like to attend UNtV after graduation and play with the university's golf team which he says is quite good. From there...the professional circuit. Whatever his final decision will be. golf u svrc to play a big role in his life Local Telephone Customers May Get Refund On Bills Henderson customers of Continental Telephone Co. will be among those in several locations expected to receive a refund for increased rates charged since March. 1977. however, officials in the local office of the telephone company say they have not been notified of the Supreme Court's recent ruling. The expect it will be about a week before information is received here. The Nevada Supreme Court decision means that the telephone company will have to refund most of the $800,000 in increased rates it collected from customers since March 1977. The court modified a district court decision arising from a suit by Continental, which serves telephone customers in Douglas and Lyon Counties and Henderson. Continental filed an application in 1974 with the Public Service Commission for permission to raise rates $1.5 million. The State agency allowed an increase of only $233,966. Continental then filed suit. The Supreme Court in 1977. allowed the company to charge about $600,000 in higher rates while the legat appeal was processed. The company had to post a bond to pay a customer refund if it lost. The Supreme Court, in its decision, sided with the Public Service Commission on one major point in disallowing $531,461 in the rate. New City Fire Station Deloyed A delay in the building of the portable fire station for the city and delivery on the chassis of two mini (Ire pumpers may delay the opening of the new fire station located near the Henderson Boys' Club, according to City Manager Bob Campbell. The city had planned to open the new fire station on July 1, however, Campbell said Aug. 1 may be a "more realistic date." Campbell said the truck mbntrfaettrter Is h%viig pro'dlems getting delivery on the chassis that is needed, and the contractor putting up the station is behind as well. Campbell said the city still hoped to beat the Aug. 1 date. i W PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE RUSMII Sloan tritt to oithcr practice or ploy golf at ofton as petiibit at ho loolit forward to a corotr at a profoiiienol. Sloan it thewn obovo making o proctice thot in the bock yard of hit homt. Pvblic Trust Meets on Roce Track Tonight Public Improvement Trustees will meet tonight to discuss and possibly make a decision on the $7.5 million bonds being sought by Las Vegas Downs for the construction of a dog and horse race track in Henderson. All five trustees are expected to attend the meeting hich will be held in the conferenee room at 5:30 pm. Besides Chairman Lyal Burk holder, those on the board are Dale Roberts. Estes McDoniel. Bill Farmer, and newly appointed DKI Stewart. Jr. Several of the public trust members indicated at last Tuesday's meeting that they woutd make a decision at tonight's meeting. 1 Ai ^

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" • • • • J" P9K! INQUIRING CAMERA GIRL ... Flo Raymond TOmrS QVESTKfM: If you coultl hv thf I uitvd Stales honorary Presulvnl for one month with full suppttrt of ('Mii^rpus, what would you do? CECELIA MARTINEZ EMPLOYEE WOWI For oni, I would lowr prictt on homot, food, clothing ond living oxpensotl Two • I would ottoblith bottor fortign rolatien*. ThfM • Latt, but net loott • I would moke sure nobody hotel mt bocaut* I'm Prttidtnt of tht United Stottil ij-^ri' LORETTA LUCIANO H/RKHOIDER JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDfNT • I would go on a compltt* Notional Cloon Up Campaign. I would lowtr pricoi en all trantportotion (public and othenvite) tince our country it bocoming more progreitive and "on the movel" TONY MARTINEZ ROSERT TAYLOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENT I would dote all of the bortl I would go to Wathinglon, D.C. and go around the world in my private jet. I would meet people of different countriei and moke good friendt. Oh yet, I would give the people of the United Stotet more money and give more food to the poor peoplel JEAN TURNER HOMEMAKER I would moke the abortion low illegal unlett medically necettory for the mother. I would alto moke reformi in the Welfare Department In payment! to people who rely en the Syttem intteod of work. I feel the Senior Cititen, the ill, or phyiicolly handicapped should be provided for. I would put more into National Defente and leit into Foreign Aid. The United Stotet rm6 not fight ether country's battles, but defend our own shores" as President George Washington estoblithmil % MARGARET HARUN • SKYUNE CASINO AND RESTAURANT EMPLOYEE • If thii would happen to me I would be to confuted that I would more than likely lote my mind and focwltiet for the one month and jutt end up taking a world tour at the expense of the GovemmentI ANTHONY VONREE LEVI STRAUSS EMPLOYEE • I would make ture not to tend Ireopt to Africa tince I believe there hot been toe much war • too •fltily provoked thot could be Mttled with peaceful meontl I sincerely feel that by now wor thould hove become obtoletei NOTE: Interviews were conducted at the SAFEWAY STORE, Boulder Highway, Henderton, Nevodol i \. • SI MM iR): niuit would you do if you hvcamelnited Slates President for one month? In any events nil interviewed had definite reactions! There were many f£ood ideas sug' fiested, also. Openings for Mexico Trip ThtTf artt(i openings fi>r people who "ish 10 lour Mexico City and the Yucatan areas wiih a guided tour this summer. The lour is hein^ conducted by Dr. Marian Walker, who has spent Henderson Home JSeivs An Independent Newspaper Founded June 1, 1951 f'ublivhrri 'viTv Tiir^'l.n .in't Thursday mnrninc • '! 22 Water Slre'l ffrnderson. Nevada 89105. Ph .V>4 IRfll MORKY ZEMOFF • Editor ft Publisher lorno KesterMn ManagmR Editor* General Manager Don Kttterten Assistant ';eneral Manager Mery Siofterd Editorial Starr Heppy Prtbu • Advertising Manager (esolfc Stucki • Business Mjinacerand Bookkeeper Thelmo Clove • Cirrulation Manager Entered at the post office in Hendervnn Nevada, as second class matter on June 1. 19S1 M BSfHirTION PI*TIS 11 son JOn 4II Mils* HIPTI'lN-. •MI i>rwii-t )WMT NMiM by Jvly II, 1*71. >KWMnllwMa ptfMlwl I will ba MM •! fMk wiNwi. OmHi I llrj *r, it ium, 1*71. Basic Road for business Tucs. again this summer. This \% the fourth year the Keeles have opened their store for business in its present location. Their summer hours will be from 10 am to 5:30 pm Tuesday through Sat. Fresh items to be features will be cherries and apiicots. fresh from the orchard. They also have food storage items, flour mills and mixers and arc adding books, records and 'apes. They invite everyomto visit their store which is located at the rear of the property. UitJl7l loarii MtMMN, am IT MMNITA MOTH In HM MMW (f rtM NllWw •! IWII Aim* KNMNI tm • Oi m •! NM. N01KI 01 HtlttON Wl CNANM 01 MMI Nonci M NHiiY owm iw mmiM AITIU KNMNn hM •• itM IIMi an (t ht, \*n, HM • NNMw tiittmi M •all Cawrt tultr !•• 0r4*' aM •( KM IM) paWtaNM •( ItHt NIHN, It • MM I Ml DAtW ^ttimttf turn. 1*71. MMIS I OMIMAN JAMII I. OUIIIUNAIIrny for PciUlencr 3U Seotk Tlilrd. SulU 24 L*i V*(s. Ncvidl i01 H • Jiint r. Jiy 4. II. ira LEGAL NOTICE IN THE EIGHTH JUDICTAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA. IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CLARK No. Dt64 MORGAN VARDRY SPICER HI piiintirr NANCY JEAN SPICER Dtfendint SUMMONS THE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE • NAMED DEFENDANT Yo n hereby lummoned ind required to serve upon JAMES E. GUESMAN pUinlirri attorney. whole (ddrtss ii 325 South Third, Suite 24. La.i Veiis. Nevada MlOl an aniwer lo the Complaint which Is herewith served upon you. within 20 days aRer srrvire of this Summons upon you. exclusive ofthe day of lervlce If you fail lo do so, Judfmeni by default will be taken aialnsl you for the relief demanded In the Complaint This action is brought against you lo recover a judgment dissolving the bonds of matrimony heretofore and now enisling between you and the PItlntirr lX)RETTAVOWMAN. ncrk or Court By IS) Dorothea Rosqui Deputy Clerk (DISTRICT COURT SEAL) DATE April II. l7t H.2T.July4. 11.11. 1(71 LEGAL NOTKE IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DIS TRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CLARK No pioaa FILED Jun 21 2 2a PM Tl LORETTA BOWMAN CLERK BY LOUELLA MYERS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF LEONARD B STASTNY. Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS (M Dayi Notice) Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned has been duly ap pointed and qualified hy the above entitled Court on the I3th day of June, 1978. as Eiecutor ofthe estate of LEONARD B STASTNY de ceased. All creditors having claims agllnit said estate are required to flie the same with the proper vouchers atuched with the Clerk of the Court within 60 days after the first publication of this notice DaUd June, A D 1171 (si Todd F Sttstny TODD F STASTNY FRANKLIN, BIXLER 4 DAMUS. Chid By (s) Jim Bixler Attorney for the Estate H-June27.July4. It. IBTS UGAL NOTICE IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY or CLARK No A1I143 DEPT NO IV C SAM GENTRY. Administrator of the Estate of KATHERYN LOWE aka KATHERYN LOWE, aka KATHY LOWE CARTER. UMONT H LOWE. MARY ELEZABETH LOWE. BRUCE L MAYER. Cur dln ad Lilem of JERRI MONIQUB DALLEY, a minor, Plaintirrs VI DAVID JIMINEZ. JIM HUGHES dba JIM HUGHES SHELL STA TION, JIM HUGHES dba SHORT STOP MARKET JIM HUGHE.S, In divldually, and ARVADA ENTERPRISES. INC. a Nevada corporation, and DOES I through X Dtfcndailla AMENDED SUPPLEMENTAL SUMMONS THE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVt • NAMED DEFENDANT You are hereby lummoned and required lo serve upon STEFFEN k SIMMONS plaintlfTs attorney!, whose address Is S30 South Fourth Street. Ui Vegas, Nevada MIOl an answer to the Compliint which Is herewith served upon you, within 20 days after .service of this Summons upon you. eicluslve ofthe day of service If you fail lo do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Complaint LORETTA BOWMAN, Clerk of Court ByJuanita Mayer Deputy Clerk DISTRICT COURT SEAL) DATE June 23, 1178 H-June 27, July 4,11.11.25. 1171 NOna 01 MUCAnON m WMMHON TO AiMOMun im nmtc WATMS e* TM n*TI W WVAO* JUN7t7l NMlM h !<> t**** • •>••>•• IM ay 1 Mw* 1*71, Hf4 A ^>m^r. N d )M UwH i H fli— l Wlia *r pm n ^t tliifiiaHm0 4latiiiiii<>nil |M tMk wmn •( MM IM* • ^M htm wM* MM PMT amw W MM IMIM II kMn N. 41* 41' ir W • ii f mm rf I7MM M WMW wM k Ma tar Mid !• al a al 0.4* t.*.*. at • i tmrnnttn appMertalaM wdar tmAGENDA NOTICE OF MEETING HENDERSON PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT TRUST NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE HENDERSON PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT TRUST WILL HOLD A MEETING AT 5;30 P.M. TUESDAY. JUNE 27. 1978 AGENDA HENDERS0N1UBLIC IMPROVEMENT TRUST" CONFERENCE ROOM. CITY HALL. 243 WATER STREET TUESDAY. JUNE 27, 1978 5:30 P.M. I. CONFIRMATION OF POSTING II. CALL TO ORDER III. DISCUSSION ACTION ITEMS 1. Approval of Minutes December 14.1976 and June 13,1978 2. Security Requirements • Las Vegas Downs 3. Annual Audit 4. Fidelity Bonds wMMii DM Nnt nm*. iMMan 1. Tilt.. l4II..M..IJM..aralal>ui aAKi itM IW airaaf a M iMMMi 1 kaM i. 11 MatMM 4r 41W. • 4WWIM a> 14*1 iMt NMrto4tafM(Mtw>M4 naMitmia—>ritMerllis(aa*fM> much time in Mexico, and Dee Workman, a Spanish teacher at Basic high school. The group will fly to Mexico City and there will be some bus travel. Anyone interested may contact Walker at • 565h3l2 or Workman at 5659472. "WORRY" Cont. from Page 1 I hov* olwoyi rtipecttd the oHicti thty held, not n •• a paM (MM wM* UMIH .<*fMr • iMflM t. Till 1411.. M.I.IAM.. hwn N. 41 4arMa IT I, a 4W— a< I4M.7 tm WMr *M mad ipaaaalMMNhnwrylMW rl Mia M dnatMMk Ivn.OavtaMaadMMMMMr, Ha. mi MT t* Wan—alai • > Us M HM Haaa |i ii al I • MM •* mm i Mil If • MMd taai il *a paMh •*• at *a iMia rf II •• h* iM4a liOTi • • •• • pilM l iiaiif • tA.I*la*U.Tin.. l4H..llOaJ>,raipaliiiliiii atWi MM Cwiai rf iM iMlMi tl lam N ir n ir .. • MMa at 1,114.11 im. Wmm • ha aadlari llii#tifMr. •wa rf aiM piMiMli* JMM II, lft Nw al taM pMkaOMi Mr 11.1n • UiV^nl IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DIS TRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CLARK FILED Jun 15 ] 23 PM 71 LORETTA BOWMAN CLERK BY BEATRICE FIELDS Caa* No DIMS MORGAN VARDRY SPICER III Plaintlfr. NANCY JEAN SPICER Defendant AFnOAVlT FOR PUBLICATION OF SUMMONS (Residence Known) STATE OF NEVADA COUNTY OF CLARK MORGAN VARDRY SPICER III. being fint duly sworn arrording to law. deposes and says. That he is the Plaintiff In the alMvc entitled arllon. that a duly verified Complaint herein was filed In the offlre of the Clerk of this Court on the llth day of April. 1971 and that the Summeni wai regu larly iiived thereon directed to the Defendaal. that this artlon ii brought to obtain a decree of dlvorre by Plaintiff from Defendant, llMI tb Defendant is i necessary and pnftr party M this action, that the Defendant resides out of the State of Nevada and at the follow tafAMrcaa r oRobtrlB Ruff.OKM E TTtk Avenue. CemiMrrt City. Co H023. thai ike can be personally served with a copy of Uie complaint aitAcMd to a copy of ih SnwaMna •I aM •ddreii. ilM fcr ite r*aM ,itated the Defeadaal • • •( b periMialty aervte ia Ifct SMC it Nevada wiUi precM* ktmi la IM* • rtiM TUt iinnt. ilMrtn. prayi for anOfderefthiiCourtdlrectingtiMt Sunaaaa in this action be aerved en Ike Defendant by pebllraUon •*4 milling thereof as required by law aokMrtkad and iweni la baCwt • thUTMaayof June. ir&itWAMZa E GUISMAN Neury Pablic la and for laid MMiaty aad Bute (al MOKGAN VARDRY mCCR m PlaliMir LMAi Nona TMsitl>nNffMr.llAwdA.Nwilw,i-a Iki. u ^ —^ t—^.... .^^ lMMMaMl,4aWIWrMy.lm l7,Ui t NM^MM, NM HOI I TMAT IMUlt V.f.N. nUTUNUUSTOUOirMS iroiAOIIWSItMIN riMMrtW tat ilall N* an MISM WM llaha'i wMi Maka'i NaM^ UHn k> M. ]| M*li4r Manna ki Jlr )l, 1*71. 1*71. .tan u.uj • tamatnllrtiiiu ^.aiaMwa^ WaiM l 4 Mam arW ha arfN ka laM M paWis awMw. e*4 iWi laMMpaWsaMiMn OMadHriillrldey IM In al iana, 1*71 al JwM. 1*71 il, MakM HaMn >>MM 4740 I 4740 laaWa. Hl,k..y la. Vaf., N4. N.Jwt7.Mv4, 11.11. Itn N JwM 17, Jaty 4, n. II. 1*71 ai no MNTM MBtOAi Hima cowr 0* no nan ei WVAOA. m AIM PO* no OOUMIIT Cf CUM Na. A 1411*7 HIT NO U lOUH HMH axl fWl WOU. mow MAMCta aka HMW OAU) and VASU ANO AlMOAin. aiC.. a Ma.a* aaipMNa*. nieakAl L MM. Mtai BOIS I >iili V, OilaadaM and OMM COIWIAIION ai>4 MM COifOIATION ml wg BA H Of WV AOA I OMnNOI fOTMl AI0l4AtHi TaoawkiMliw aaalwdiaaaliad MU. tiAvm I lliMia'A • •till la MM Canalalal wMiii k ^m Mwlaa al Oih Imiaaii ap— —t aaa*MaiaMdaralwlaa.ay*taHi* aa Mk Naiwa W Maak • ha Mkpa a>ai>ahraMii>illaiiaiiaw I. Wm Mar I*. IWI N i,ii,>ct7.Mr4ii,iffa .Jaaa,r.j.j,4.u.ira IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DIS TRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CLARK FILED JUN 14 4 31 PM-ra LORETA B01VMAN CLERK BY MELANIE SMIGH CASE NO PltXHS In the Matter of the titale of DAISY B MILI.ER. Deceased NOTICE OF HEARING OF PETI TION FOR ORDER SETTING ASIDE ESTATE tflTHOUT AD MINISTRATION VIDALUR JEFFERSON. Petitioner, hai Hied her Pedllan for Order Setting Aside Eilala tVilhottt AdminUlralion. the IIU day of July IV7S. bcin a day of reg ular session of said Court, in Las Veaai. Clark Cialy. Nevada, baa been MI by uid Caurt ai Ike URM (or the hearing upon tatd Petition. al wlilch lime and plare all perioai Inlereiled in said eilata may appear and ibov raaia. If any lky have, why lald pctitiaa ilMald aal iM granled Ratertace la baraby MM<* t* laM Ptiiiian tor OrtfM Settiai AaMa Kalaie tVllbaat AamlalMrillaa far ftirtlier partieaian DATED ihii 14 day af Jae ifTI tORCTTA OOWM AN. CUCRR BY MBUNIE SMrm (DISTRICT COl'rr SIAU N.iMMis.Mn,Mr4,n. itra H Jane 22. n itn '^Ktndofson Homo News, Henderson, Novodo LEHERTO THE EDITOR Dear Sir, Through your newspaper I would like to thank everyone who has coritributed to nny year as an A.P.S. exchange student from England. I have been living in Henderson since last August and I will be returning home at the end of this month. I attended Basic High School as a Senior and I feel that they have contributed so much to my year here. Taking p^ iit the American cirriculum has been a great experience. I have previously attended Queen Anne Grammar School. York England. It was an all girls school and a school uniform was computsary. The discipline was strict and the work considerably harder, I found that hire at Basic I was able to enjoy going to school, doing the work and seeing all of my flriends. MOVING STOtAOE local • Stotewide • WoHdwidt YOUNG & RUE MOVING STORAGE AGENT GLOBAL VAN UNES Total Service CUSTOMER SATISFACTION IS OUR WATCHWORD. Wc consider your move completed only when you arc completely satiafied. Phone 457-3060 ReJIaJile! Freshen Up Your Wardrobe Now! We'll have your clothes looking like new in no time! Same day service. Complete Loundry Service Avoiloble four Seasons Cleaners 7.* 4 Sot. 35 Yoofs txpofiow SanitoneJ The faculty was so kind to me yet my work was judged ju$t like anyone elses which was what I wanted, I was able to meet so many new peo* pie and learn more about the customs, traditions and the American way of life in general. I have seen so much and tried to see as much as I could during my stay. I was a member of Basic's chorus, Bel Canto so I went to many different places to perform and so learned more about the geography of the western U.S. I stayed with Rex and Vicki Newell and their daughters Vera, 16 and Twila, 12.1 cannot thank them enough for the love and understanding they have given me during my year here. I have grown to be a part ofthe family and they have given me all of the opportunities to become an active part of our community. A.F.S. is a great organisation and they could never get enough people involved in its program. If you would like to become involved as either a host family or If your son or daughter would like to be an exchange student get in touch with our local A.F.S. chapter. A.F.S. brings people of all nations together and enables students to broaden their mind about people, traditions and customs of another country other than their own. Thank you once again to everyone who made my year unforgettable and a great experience. Yours faithfully. (s) Jackie Blanchard A.F.S. 1977-78 1690 Rawhide Henderson, Nev. 89105 101 Atloptk Hondorson It^^ 101 loke Weed Drive Henderson o o 565-0737 "WORKING MAN'S FRIEND" 71 PlYM. SPORT FURY 72 CAD. SEDAN DE VILLE 73 BUICK CENTURY 74 PINTO WGN 72 MERC. MARQUIS 72 FORD I.T.D 73 TOYOTA WAGON 74 VEGA 73 BUICK LESABRE 70 PONTIAC TEMPEST 73 PINTO WAGON 72 OPEL RALIEYE 75 VEGA HATCHBACK.... 72 OLDS. DELTA 71 TORONADO 71 PLYM. SAT 71 FORD L.T.D 71 PlYM. SAT. 6 CYL 69 OMC V^ TON P.U 72 VEGA 72 MONTE CARLO 72 CHEVY IMP 71 COMIT ,71 COUGAR 71 RIVIEIU 1 N., M.T. AM AUrenUTK V4 run HAUTY IN AUTOMIOUU UNI JUST UKI OWMNO A CUTUSS OAS MVia AU INI WAT ma luxuer oifviNo nn ONI lOOK NSat MY nOS OMt HAS AM 4-tKl. TtANS. lUNS OaiAT I ewNta iHAm CAS AU NiW — NO JOKINO 40,000 MMS. V4 • MD. lOOK AT TWS BUT acoNOMT mil AM Aim worn umi oo-osrm low, lOW HBCW TO HU I^NOUmr UKI NSW lUNt STaOMO. A OIUT BVT AT ANT Wa NOT. Not MAO wNeiu srawH v-t, MAOOON 4-ot. UKI Nnr CHIAr ON OAS ANO CMS AM OONi V, TON f.V. SMAU V S 4 iH CMIA> KONOMT MOAi CMaA^-CNUr-CNIAP-MKN. oaMTwoaKCAa 4 01. a C1U MMO m MAO MMMS NOT ANO MCV iMTiMieAaiirrNOMni .109S.00 .179S.00 .1895.00 .1595.00 .1295.00 .1195.00 .1295.00 .1295.00 .1695.00 ...995.00 .1495.00 .1095.00 .1695.00 .1195.00 ...995.00 .1195.00 1095.00 1095 00 .1095.00 ..B95.00 ..995.00 ..i9S.OO 1095.00 ISfS.OO 149S.00 'AaioN mn£ JEAN TURNER • Is caught by the "Action People" camera for a special homemaker interview as she displays her States quilt! Yes. "HOMEMAKERS" CAN BE ACTIVE ESPECIALLY IF THEY COME IN THE PACKAGE OF CONGENIAL AND LOVELY Jean Turner. Jean, throughout her life, has not only dedicated her efforts to the home but is one ofthe concerned people who have donated time and talent to causes, issues, politics, and religion. Jean has served as a Sunday School Teacher for thirty years. She formerly taught at Skyline Weslyan in San Diego and more recently served in the First Southern Baptist of Henderson. Among her credits are serving as Sunday School Director ofthe Henderson church; former Women's Missionary Union Director ofthe Lake Mead Association of Southern Baptist where she presided over four hundred women and girls, and the Women's Missionary Union Director for 1st Southern Baptist of Henderson. Jean worked as Chairman for Precinct No. 7. She is well known for her circulation ofpetitions for which she believes in such as: protesting certain issues of the ERA including their stand on abortion, pornography, and homosexuality. "I am not against every issue that E.R.A. stands for, but I feel many issues should be opposed in that they do go too far," Jean confided. Jean's husband, Fred Edward, was the former proprietor ofthe T and D Shooter's Supply but now works as a gunsmith for the Gun Smoke Shop in Las Vegas. Her son, Patrick, graduated fi-om Basic High School, and now works with Jons Manville. He visits his mother with his wife and son • Joshue Age 2. Jean's oldest son. Byron Eugene, met with a tragic accident in 1976 and Jean is occasionally visited by his wife. Diana, and children, Denise Age 12; Coleen • Age 14; and Warren Age 8. Jean was born in Lincoln, Nebraska. Her father was employed in Soil Conservation and moved his family to Gallop, New Mexico where Jean enjoyed the experience of living on a Navajo Indian Reservation She had attended high school in Albequerque, New Mexico where she met her first (to be) husband Byron who was later killed In World War II. Fred Turner had served as best man at the wedding. A while later • Jean attended Phoenix Jr. College and spent nine months in Nurses Training at St. Mary's Hospital in Tuscon, Arizona. Later she married Fred and life was again to Jean. During her stay on the reservation, Jean was instrumental in sending a Navajo Indian girl to a Baptist Summer Camp. The girl was so overjoyed that she presented Jean with a hand woven Navajo rug a prized possession which to this day hangs on her living room wall and seems just like new. Fred served for twenty years as Ordlnanceman for the United States Aviation and the couple spent happy years in El Cajone, California (near San Diego). During those years Jean was most active with the PT.A. where she served as President, Vice President, Program Chairman, Inspirational Chairman and Room Mother of Fletcher Hills Elementary School. She owns an Honorary Lifetime Membership to the PT.A. Jean Turner is loved for she has donated herself and time lovingly to the people of Henderson. "I don't feel as well as I used to," Jean mentioned, "and I really enjoyed helping people in those better days." Jean drove hospital patients to the doctor, or on errands and shopping tours. She went so far as to aid a blind lady with home duties. Now Jean serves her fellowman with teaching Bible Classes meeting in various homes. Hobbies are sewing, crocheting, crewel, quilting (a beautifiil States quilt her newest), canning jellies, jams and venison mincemeat Arom some of Fred's xcatch J Jean has bed the pleasure of meeting Dr. Billy sGraham twice. Once in Sen Diego and the second lime when she recently represented the First Southern Baptist Church of Henderson in the Billy Graham Crusade meeting at the Las Vegaa Convention Center. Naturally her favorite philosophy would be tnm the Bible: "Trust in the Lord with all thine heartand lean not unto thine own understanding. In all they ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths." (ProverbsChapter 3 • Verses 5 and 6). —K ir -m Tuesday, Juno 27, 1971 P93 Municipal Court Colendor Tuotdoy, JwM 20. 19719 a.m. Scott Ernest Bennett. 19, minor in possession, fined $25. Joan Sprinkle, 37, damage to vehicle, fined $50. Mershone Josalyn Sommers, 22, bench warrant, fined $50. No oper lie in possession, fined $25. Yvonne Ellen Youderian, 38, bench warrant, parking on sidewalk, cash bail forfeited. Michael Larry Nelson, 22, full time and attention, fined $50. WtdiMtdoy, Juno 21, 19716 p.m. Carson Gains Romans. 20. drive under infi-alc, court amend to Full Time k Attn. Fined $75. Stephen Charles Bradley, 27, disorderly conduct, fined $50. Michael James Dechene, 21, drive under infi-alc, fined $175. William Theodore Beckmyer, 49, drive under infi-alc, fined $175 John William Swearingen, 28, drive under infi-alc, court amend to Full Time & Attn. Fined $75.. Marjorie Crewe Kingston, 66, drive under infi-alc, court amend to FullTimeA Attn. Fined $75. Robert Rex Cossey, 48, disorderly conduct, fined $50. Barney Leroy Earnhardt, 20, drive under inflcont. sub, fined $175. Ronald Lynn McKinnis, contribute delinqcy minor, minor in possalcohol, poss-sub not eni;^ tered in ICC, bench warrant issued. James Monroe Oswald, bench warrant, fined $100. No Henderson Bus. License, fined $100. Dale Allen Lloyd, 18, 'unrigistered mtr veh, bench warrant issued. Steve D. Vincent, 18, speeding 55 45. bench warrant issued. Richard Weldon Erickson, 18, disobey Red Light, fined $15. Speeding 80-45, fined $35. WtdrMtdoy, Juno 21, 19717 p.m. John Richard Zavar, 38, drive under infiuenceliq. no oper lie in possession, bench warrant issued. Thwr$loy, Juno 22, 19781 p.m. Kenneth E.Corbett, 37, insufffunds check, fined $50. Kerr McGee Storts Ownership Program A new stock ownership program that lets Kerr McGee employees become shareholders in the company at no cost to them has been started, the company announced. The program, known as the Kerr McGee Employee Stock Ownership Plan, has been established under provisions of the U.S. Tax Reduction Act of 1975, which allows companies to receive a 1 percent investment tax credit if the credit is used to purchase stock for employees through an organized plan. All non • union employees with at least three years of service are immediately eligible to participate in the stock ownership plan. Employees represented by a union agreement and who have been employed by Kerr McGee for at least three years will be eligible to participate in the plan when it becomes a part of their agreement, Dave Zilar, savings investment supervisor, said. About 35 employees at Kerr McGee Chemical Corporation's Henderson manufacturing facility qualify immediate participation in the Employee Stock Ownership Plan. Kerr McGee will make contributions to the plan and allocate stock to employees annually. THE BEGINNERS — Harry Stanton, lifeguard for the city, is shown teaching •erne of the beginners in the city's swim program for the summer. Hero are seme of the students roolly getting with the program. TEACHING THE PEE WEES .•• Bon Cewon, lifeguard at the BMI municipal pool, is shown instructing some of tho pee-wees in the city's summer iwim program. They are shewn in the little peel. L^ Veg V ^plines, Inc. Keatls ieny Fane Somt ptopic uicd to Mitv* that Mnndt wort kipt in ftn by I god on t mountain. m LaK)73MII7 —I'i

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" • • • • J" P9K! INQUIRING CAMERA GIRL ... Flo Raymond TOmrS QVESTKfM: If you coultl hv thf I uitvd Stales honorary Presulvnl for one month with full suppttrt of ('Mii^rpus, what would you do? CECELIA MARTINEZ EMPLOYEE WOWI For oni, I would lowr prictt on homot, food, clothing ond living oxpensotl Two • I would ottoblith bottor fortign rolatien*. ThfM • Latt, but net loott • I would moke sure nobody hotel mt bocaut* I'm Prttidtnt of tht United Stottil ij-^ri' LORETTA LUCIANO H/RKHOIDER JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDfNT • I would go on a compltt* Notional Cloon Up Campaign. I would lowtr pricoi en all trantportotion (public and othenvite) tince our country it bocoming more progreitive and "on the movel" TONY MARTINEZ ROSERT TAYLOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENT I would dote all of the bortl I would go to Wathinglon, D.C. and go around the world in my private jet. I would meet people of different countriei and moke good friendt. Oh yet, I would give the people of the United Stotet more money and give more food to the poor peoplel JEAN TURNER HOMEMAKER I would moke the abortion low illegal unlett medically necettory for the mother. I would alto moke reformi in the Welfare Department In payment! to people who rely en the Syttem intteod of work. I feel the Senior Cititen, the ill, or phyiicolly handicapped should be provided for. I would put more into National Defente and leit into Foreign Aid. The United Stotet rm6 not fight ether country's battles, but defend our own shores" as President George Washington estoblithmil % MARGARET HARUN • SKYUNE CASINO AND RESTAURANT EMPLOYEE • If thii would happen to me I would be to confuted that I would more than likely lote my mind and focwltiet for the one month and jutt end up taking a world tour at the expense of the GovemmentI ANTHONY VONREE LEVI STRAUSS EMPLOYEE • I would make ture not to tend Ireopt to Africa tince I believe there hot been toe much war • too •fltily provoked thot could be Mttled with peaceful meontl I sincerely feel that by now wor thould hove become obtoletei NOTE: Interviews were conducted at the SAFEWAY STORE, Boulder Highway, Henderton, Nevodol i \. • SI MM iR): niuit would you do if you hvcamelnited Slates President for one month? In any events nil interviewed had definite reactions! There were many f£ood ideas sug' fiested, also. Openings for Mexico Trip ThtTf artt(i openings fi>r people who "ish 10 lour Mexico City and the Yucatan areas wiih a guided tour this summer. The lour is hein^ conducted by Dr. Marian Walker, who has spent Henderson Home JSeivs An Independent Newspaper Founded June 1, 1951 f'ublivhrri 'viTv Tiir^'l.n .in't Thursday mnrninc • '! 22 Water Slre'l ffrnderson. Nevada 89105. Ph .V>4 IRfll MORKY ZEMOFF • Editor ft Publisher lorno KesterMn ManagmR Editor* General Manager Don Kttterten Assistant ';eneral Manager Mery Siofterd Editorial Starr Heppy Prtbu • Advertising Manager (esolfc Stucki • Business Mjinacerand Bookkeeper Thelmo Clove • Cirrulation Manager Entered at the post office in Hendervnn Nevada, as second class matter on June 1. 19S1 M BSfHirTION PI*TIS 11 son JOn 4II Mils* HIPTI'lN-. •MI i>rwii-t )WMT NMiM by Jvly II, 1*71. >KWMnllwMa ptfMlwl I will ba MM •! fMk wiNwi. OmHi I llrj *r, it ium, 1*71. Basic Road for business Tucs. again this summer. This \% the fourth year the Keeles have opened their store for business in its present location. Their summer hours will be from 10 am to 5:30 pm Tuesday through Sat. Fresh items to be features will be cherries and apiicots. fresh from the orchard. They also have food storage items, flour mills and mixers and arc adding books, records and 'apes. They invite everyomto visit their store which is located at the rear of the property. UitJl7l loarii MtMMN, am IT MMNITA MOTH In HM MMW (f rtM NllWw •! IWII Aim* KNMNI tm • Oi m •! NM. N01KI 01 HtlttON Wl CNANM 01 MMI Nonci M NHiiY owm iw mmiM AITIU KNMNn hM •• itM IIMi an (t ht, \*n, HM • NNMw tiittmi M •all Cawrt tultr !•• 0r4*' aM •( KM IM) paWtaNM •( ItHt NIHN, It • MM I Ml DAtW ^ttimttf turn. 1*71. MMIS I OMIMAN JAMII I. OUIIIUNAIIrny for PciUlencr 3U Seotk Tlilrd. SulU 24 L*i V*(s. Ncvidl i01 H • Jiint r. Jiy 4. II. ira LEGAL NOTICE IN THE EIGHTH JUDICTAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA. IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CLARK No. Dt64 MORGAN VARDRY SPICER HI piiintirr NANCY JEAN SPICER Dtfendint SUMMONS THE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE • NAMED DEFENDANT Yo n hereby lummoned ind required to serve upon JAMES E. GUESMAN pUinlirri attorney. whole (ddrtss ii 325 South Third, Suite 24. La.i Veiis. Nevada MlOl an aniwer lo the Complaint which Is herewith served upon you. within 20 days aRer srrvire of this Summons upon you. exclusive ofthe day of lervlce If you fail lo do so, Judfmeni by default will be taken aialnsl you for the relief demanded In the Complaint This action is brought against you lo recover a judgment dissolving the bonds of matrimony heretofore and now enisling between you and the PItlntirr lX)RETTAVOWMAN. ncrk or Court By IS) Dorothea Rosqui Deputy Clerk (DISTRICT COURT SEAL) DATE April II. l7t H.2T.July4. 11.11. 1(71 LEGAL NOTKE IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DIS TRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CLARK No pioaa FILED Jun 21 2 2a PM Tl LORETTA BOWMAN CLERK BY LOUELLA MYERS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF LEONARD B STASTNY. Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS (M Dayi Notice) Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned has been duly ap pointed and qualified hy the above entitled Court on the I3th day of June, 1978. as Eiecutor ofthe estate of LEONARD B STASTNY de ceased. All creditors having claims agllnit said estate are required to flie the same with the proper vouchers atuched with the Clerk of the Court within 60 days after the first publication of this notice DaUd June, A D 1171 (si Todd F Sttstny TODD F STASTNY FRANKLIN, BIXLER 4 DAMUS. Chid By (s) Jim Bixler Attorney for the Estate H-June27.July4. It. IBTS UGAL NOTICE IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY or CLARK No A1I143 DEPT NO IV C SAM GENTRY. Administrator of the Estate of KATHERYN LOWE aka KATHERYN LOWE, aka KATHY LOWE CARTER. UMONT H LOWE. MARY ELEZABETH LOWE. BRUCE L MAYER. Cur dln ad Lilem of JERRI MONIQUB DALLEY, a minor, Plaintirrs VI DAVID JIMINEZ. JIM HUGHES dba JIM HUGHES SHELL STA TION, JIM HUGHES dba SHORT STOP MARKET JIM HUGHE.S, In divldually, and ARVADA ENTERPRISES. INC. a Nevada corporation, and DOES I through X Dtfcndailla AMENDED SUPPLEMENTAL SUMMONS THE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVt • NAMED DEFENDANT You are hereby lummoned and required lo serve upon STEFFEN k SIMMONS plaintlfTs attorney!, whose address Is S30 South Fourth Street. Ui Vegas, Nevada MIOl an answer to the Compliint which Is herewith served upon you, within 20 days after .service of this Summons upon you. eicluslve ofthe day of service If you fail lo do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Complaint LORETTA BOWMAN, Clerk of Court ByJuanita Mayer Deputy Clerk DISTRICT COURT SEAL) DATE June 23, 1178 H-June 27, July 4,11.11.25. 1171 NOna 01 MUCAnON m WMMHON TO AiMOMun im nmtc WATMS e* TM n*TI W WVAO* JUN7t7l NMlM h !<> t**** • •>••>•• IM ay 1 Mw* 1*71, Hf4 A ^>m^r. N d )M UwH i H fli— l Wlia *r pm n ^t tliifiiaHm0 4latiiiiii<>nil |M tMk wmn •( MM IM* • ^M htm wM* MM PMT amw W MM IMIM II kMn N. 41* 41' ir W • ii f mm rf I7MM M WMW wM k Ma tar Mid !• al a al 0.4* t.*.*. at • i tmrnnttn appMertalaM wdar tmAGENDA NOTICE OF MEETING HENDERSON PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT TRUST NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE HENDERSON PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT TRUST WILL HOLD A MEETING AT 5;30 P.M. TUESDAY. JUNE 27. 1978 AGENDA HENDERS0N1UBLIC IMPROVEMENT TRUST" CONFERENCE ROOM. CITY HALL. 243 WATER STREET TUESDAY. JUNE 27, 1978 5:30 P.M. I. CONFIRMATION OF POSTING II. CALL TO ORDER III. DISCUSSION ACTION ITEMS 1. Approval of Minutes December 14.1976 and June 13,1978 2. Security Requirements • Las Vegas Downs 3. Annual Audit 4. Fidelity Bonds wMMii DM Nnt nm*. iMMan 1. Tilt.. l4II..M..IJM..aralal>ui aAKi itM IW airaaf a M iMMMi 1 kaM i. 11 MatMM 4r 41W. • 4WWIM a> 14*1 iMt NMrto4tafM(Mtw>M4 naMitmia—>ritMerllis(aa*fM> much time in Mexico, and Dee Workman, a Spanish teacher at Basic high school. The group will fly to Mexico City and there will be some bus travel. Anyone interested may contact Walker at • 565h3l2 or Workman at 5659472. "WORRY" Cont. from Page 1 I hov* olwoyi rtipecttd the oHicti thty held, not n •• a paM (MM wM* UMIH .<*fMr • iMflM t. Till 1411.. M.I.IAM.. hwn N. 41 4arMa IT I, a 4W— a< I4M.7 tm WMr *M mad ipaaaalMMNhnwrylMW rl Mia M dnatMMk Ivn.OavtaMaadMMMMMr, Ha. mi MT t* Wan—alai • > Us M HM Haaa |i ii al I • MM •* mm i Mil If • MMd taai il *a paMh •*• at *a iMia rf II •• h* iM4a liOTi • • •• • pilM l iiaiif • tA.I*la*U.Tin.. l4H..llOaJ>,raipaliiiliiii atWi MM Cwiai rf iM iMlMi tl lam N ir n ir .. • MMa at 1,114.11 im. Wmm • ha aadlari llii#tifMr. •wa rf aiM piMiMli* JMM II, lft Nw al taM pMkaOMi Mr 11.1n • UiV^nl IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DIS TRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CLARK FILED Jun 15 ] 23 PM 71 LORETTA BOWMAN CLERK BY BEATRICE FIELDS Caa* No DIMS MORGAN VARDRY SPICER III Plaintlfr. NANCY JEAN SPICER Defendant AFnOAVlT FOR PUBLICATION OF SUMMONS (Residence Known) STATE OF NEVADA COUNTY OF CLARK MORGAN VARDRY SPICER III. being fint duly sworn arrording to law. deposes and says. That he is the Plaintiff In the alMvc entitled arllon. that a duly verified Complaint herein was filed In the offlre of the Clerk of this Court on the llth day of April. 1971 and that the Summeni wai regu larly iiived thereon directed to the Defendaal. that this artlon ii brought to obtain a decree of dlvorre by Plaintiff from Defendant, llMI tb Defendant is i necessary and pnftr party M this action, that the Defendant resides out of the State of Nevada and at the follow tafAMrcaa r oRobtrlB Ruff.OKM E TTtk Avenue. CemiMrrt City. Co H023. thai ike can be personally served with a copy of Uie complaint aitAcMd to a copy of ih SnwaMna •I aM •ddreii. ilM fcr ite r*aM ,itated the Defeadaal • • •( b periMialty aervte ia Ifct SMC it Nevada wiUi precM* ktmi la IM* • rtiM TUt iinnt. ilMrtn. prayi for anOfderefthiiCourtdlrectingtiMt Sunaaaa in this action be aerved en Ike Defendant by pebllraUon •*4 milling thereof as required by law aokMrtkad and iweni la baCwt • thUTMaayof June. ir&itWAMZa E GUISMAN Neury Pablic la and for laid MMiaty aad Bute (al MOKGAN VARDRY mCCR m PlaliMir LMAi Nona TMsitl>nNffMr.llAwdA.Nwilw,i-a Iki. u ^ —^ t—^.... .^^ lMMMaMl,4aWIWrMy.lm l7,Ui t NM^MM, NM HOI I TMAT IMUlt V.f.N. nUTUNUUSTOUOirMS iroiAOIIWSItMIN riMMrtW tat ilall N* an MISM WM llaha'i wMi Maka'i NaM^ UHn k> M. ]| M*li4r Manna ki Jlr )l, 1*71. 1*71. .tan u.uj • tamatnllrtiiiu ^.aiaMwa^ WaiM l 4 Mam arW ha arfN ka laM M paWis awMw. e*4 iWi laMMpaWsaMiMn OMadHriillrldey IM In al iana, 1*71 al JwM. 1*71 il, MakM HaMn >>MM 4740 I 4740 laaWa. Hl,k..y la. Vaf., N4. N.Jwt7.Mv4, 11.11. Itn N JwM 17, Jaty 4, n. II. 1*71 ai no MNTM MBtOAi Hima cowr 0* no nan ei WVAOA. m AIM PO* no OOUMIIT Cf CUM Na. A 1411*7 HIT NO U lOUH HMH axl fWl WOU. mow MAMCta aka HMW OAU) and VASU ANO AlMOAin. aiC.. a Ma.a* aaipMNa*. nieakAl L MM. Mtai BOIS I >iili V, OilaadaM and OMM COIWIAIION ai>4 MM COifOIATION ml wg BA H Of WV AOA I OMnNOI fOTMl AI0l4AtHi TaoawkiMliw aaalwdiaaaliad MU. tiAvm I lliMia'A • •till la MM Canalalal wMiii k ^m Mwlaa al Oih Imiaaii ap— —t aaa*MaiaMdaralwlaa.ay*taHi* aa Mk Naiwa W Maak • ha Mkpa a>ai>ahraMii>illaiiaiiaw I. Wm Mar I*. IWI N i,ii,>ct7.Mr4ii,iffa .Jaaa,r.j.j,4.u.ira IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DIS TRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CLARK FILED JUN 14 4 31 PM-ra LORETA B01VMAN CLERK BY MELANIE SMIGH CASE NO PltXHS In the Matter of the titale of DAISY B MILI.ER. Deceased NOTICE OF HEARING OF PETI TION FOR ORDER SETTING ASIDE ESTATE tflTHOUT AD MINISTRATION VIDALUR JEFFERSON. Petitioner, hai Hied her Pedllan for Order Setting Aside Eilala tVilhottt AdminUlralion. the IIU day of July IV7S. bcin a day of reg ular session of said Court, in Las Veaai. Clark Cialy. Nevada, baa been MI by uid Caurt ai Ike URM (or the hearing upon tatd Petition. al wlilch lime and plare all perioai Inlereiled in said eilata may appear and ibov raaia. If any lky have, why lald pctitiaa ilMald aal iM granled Ratertace la baraby MM<* t* laM Ptiiiian tor OrtfM Settiai AaMa Kalaie tVllbaat AamlalMrillaa far ftirtlier partieaian DATED ihii 14 day af Jae ifTI tORCTTA OOWM AN. CUCRR BY MBUNIE SMrm (DISTRICT COl'rr SIAU N.iMMis.Mn,Mr4,n. itra H Jane 22. n itn '^Ktndofson Homo News, Henderson, Novodo LEHERTO THE EDITOR Dear Sir, Through your newspaper I would like to thank everyone who has coritributed to nny year as an A.P.S. exchange student from England. I have been living in Henderson since last August and I will be returning home at the end of this month. I attended Basic High School as a Senior and I feel that they have contributed so much to my year here. Taking p^ iit the American cirriculum has been a great experience. I have previously attended Queen Anne Grammar School. York England. It was an all girls school and a school uniform was computsary. The discipline was strict and the work considerably harder, I found that hire at Basic I was able to enjoy going to school, doing the work and seeing all of my flriends. MOVING STOtAOE local • Stotewide • WoHdwidt YOUNG & RUE MOVING STORAGE AGENT GLOBAL VAN UNES Total Service CUSTOMER SATISFACTION IS OUR WATCHWORD. Wc consider your move completed only when you arc completely satiafied. Phone 457-3060 ReJIaJile! Freshen Up Your Wardrobe Now! We'll have your clothes looking like new in no time! Same day service. Complete Loundry Service Avoiloble four Seasons Cleaners 7.* 4 Sot. 35 Yoofs txpofiow SanitoneJ The faculty was so kind to me yet my work was judged ju$t like anyone elses which was what I wanted, I was able to meet so many new peo* pie and learn more about the customs, traditions and the American way of life in general. I have seen so much and tried to see as much as I could during my stay. I was a member of Basic's chorus, Bel Canto so I went to many different places to perform and so learned more about the geography of the western U.S. I stayed with Rex and Vicki Newell and their daughters Vera, 16 and Twila, 12.1 cannot thank them enough for the love and understanding they have given me during my year here. I have grown to be a part ofthe family and they have given me all of the opportunities to become an active part of our community. A.F.S. is a great organisation and they could never get enough people involved in its program. If you would like to become involved as either a host family or If your son or daughter would like to be an exchange student get in touch with our local A.F.S. chapter. A.F.S. brings people of all nations together and enables students to broaden their mind about people, traditions and customs of another country other than their own. Thank you once again to everyone who made my year unforgettable and a great experience. Yours faithfully. (s) Jackie Blanchard A.F.S. 1977-78 1690 Rawhide Henderson, Nev. 89105 101 Atloptk Hondorson It^^ 101 loke Weed Drive Henderson o o 565-0737 "WORKING MAN'S FRIEND" 71 PlYM. SPORT FURY 72 CAD. SEDAN DE VILLE 73 BUICK CENTURY 74 PINTO WGN 72 MERC. MARQUIS 72 FORD I.T.D 73 TOYOTA WAGON 74 VEGA 73 BUICK LESABRE 70 PONTIAC TEMPEST 73 PINTO WAGON 72 OPEL RALIEYE 75 VEGA HATCHBACK.... 72 OLDS. DELTA 71 TORONADO 71 PLYM. SAT 71 FORD L.T.D 71 PlYM. SAT. 6 CYL 69 OMC V^ TON P.U 72 VEGA 72 MONTE CARLO 72 CHEVY IMP 71 COMIT ,71 COUGAR 71 RIVIEIU 1 N., M.T. AM AUrenUTK V4 run HAUTY IN AUTOMIOUU UNI JUST UKI OWMNO A CUTUSS OAS MVia AU INI WAT ma luxuer oifviNo nn ONI lOOK NSat MY nOS OMt HAS AM 4-tKl. TtANS. lUNS OaiAT I ewNta iHAm CAS AU NiW — NO JOKINO 40,000 MMS. V4 • MD. lOOK AT TWS BUT acoNOMT mil AM Aim worn umi oo-osrm low, lOW HBCW TO HU I^NOUmr UKI NSW lUNt STaOMO. A OIUT BVT AT ANT Wa NOT. Not MAO wNeiu srawH v-t, MAOOON 4-ot. UKI Nnr CHIAr ON OAS ANO CMS AM OONi V, TON f.V. SMAU V S 4 iH CMIA> KONOMT MOAi CMaA^-CNUr-CNIAP-MKN. oaMTwoaKCAa 4 01. a C1U MMO m MAO MMMS NOT ANO MCV iMTiMieAaiirrNOMni .109S.00 .179S.00 .1895.00 .1595.00 .1295.00 .1195.00 .1295.00 .1295.00 .1695.00 ...995.00 .1495.00 .1095.00 .1695.00 .1195.00 ...995.00 .1195.00 1095.00 1095 00 .1095.00 ..B95.00 ..995.00 ..i9S.OO 1095.00 ISfS.OO 149S.00 'AaioN mn£ JEAN TURNER • Is caught by the "Action People" camera for a special homemaker interview as she displays her States quilt! Yes. "HOMEMAKERS" CAN BE ACTIVE ESPECIALLY IF THEY COME IN THE PACKAGE OF CONGENIAL AND LOVELY Jean Turner. Jean, throughout her life, has not only dedicated her efforts to the home but is one ofthe concerned people who have donated time and talent to causes, issues, politics, and religion. Jean has served as a Sunday School Teacher for thirty years. She formerly taught at Skyline Weslyan in San Diego and more recently served in the First Southern Baptist of Henderson. Among her credits are serving as Sunday School Director ofthe Henderson church; former Women's Missionary Union Director ofthe Lake Mead Association of Southern Baptist where she presided over four hundred women and girls, and the Women's Missionary Union Director for 1st Southern Baptist of Henderson. Jean worked as Chairman for Precinct No. 7. She is well known for her circulation ofpetitions for which she believes in such as: protesting certain issues of the ERA including their stand on abortion, pornography, and homosexuality. "I am not against every issue that E.R.A. stands for, but I feel many issues should be opposed in that they do go too far," Jean confided. Jean's husband, Fred Edward, was the former proprietor ofthe T and D Shooter's Supply but now works as a gunsmith for the Gun Smoke Shop in Las Vegas. Her son, Patrick, graduated fi-om Basic High School, and now works with Jons Manville. He visits his mother with his wife and son • Joshue Age 2. Jean's oldest son. Byron Eugene, met with a tragic accident in 1976 and Jean is occasionally visited by his wife. Diana, and children, Denise Age 12; Coleen • Age 14; and Warren Age 8. Jean was born in Lincoln, Nebraska. Her father was employed in Soil Conservation and moved his family to Gallop, New Mexico where Jean enjoyed the experience of living on a Navajo Indian Reservation She had attended high school in Albequerque, New Mexico where she met her first (to be) husband Byron who was later killed In World War II. Fred Turner had served as best man at the wedding. A while later • Jean attended Phoenix Jr. College and spent nine months in Nurses Training at St. Mary's Hospital in Tuscon, Arizona. Later she married Fred and life was again to Jean. During her stay on the reservation, Jean was instrumental in sending a Navajo Indian girl to a Baptist Summer Camp. The girl was so overjoyed that she presented Jean with a hand woven Navajo rug a prized possession which to this day hangs on her living room wall and seems just like new. Fred served for twenty years as Ordlnanceman for the United States Aviation and the couple spent happy years in El Cajone, California (near San Diego). During those years Jean was most active with the PT.A. where she served as President, Vice President, Program Chairman, Inspirational Chairman and Room Mother of Fletcher Hills Elementary School. She owns an Honorary Lifetime Membership to the PT.A. Jean Turner is loved for she has donated herself and time lovingly to the people of Henderson. "I don't feel as well as I used to," Jean mentioned, "and I really enjoyed helping people in those better days." Jean drove hospital patients to the doctor, or on errands and shopping tours. She went so far as to aid a blind lady with home duties. Now Jean serves her fellowman with teaching Bible Classes meeting in various homes. Hobbies are sewing, crocheting, crewel, quilting (a beautifiil States quilt her newest), canning jellies, jams and venison mincemeat Arom some of Fred's xcatch J Jean has bed the pleasure of meeting Dr. Billy sGraham twice. Once in Sen Diego and the second lime when she recently represented the First Southern Baptist Church of Henderson in the Billy Graham Crusade meeting at the Las Vegaa Convention Center. Naturally her favorite philosophy would be tnm the Bible: "Trust in the Lord with all thine heartand lean not unto thine own understanding. In all they ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths." (ProverbsChapter 3 • Verses 5 and 6). —K ir -m Tuesday, Juno 27, 1971 P93 Municipal Court Colendor Tuotdoy, JwM 20. 19719 a.m. Scott Ernest Bennett. 19, minor in possession, fined $25. Joan Sprinkle, 37, damage to vehicle, fined $50. Mershone Josalyn Sommers, 22, bench warrant, fined $50. No oper lie in possession, fined $25. Yvonne Ellen Youderian, 38, bench warrant, parking on sidewalk, cash bail forfeited. Michael Larry Nelson, 22, full time and attention, fined $50. WtdiMtdoy, Juno 21, 19716 p.m. Carson Gains Romans. 20. drive under infi-alc, court amend to Full Time k Attn. Fined $75. Stephen Charles Bradley, 27, disorderly conduct, fined $50. Michael James Dechene, 21, drive under infi-alc, fined $175. William Theodore Beckmyer, 49, drive under infi-alc, fined $175 John William Swearingen, 28, drive under infi-alc, court amend to Full Time & Attn. Fined $75.. Marjorie Crewe Kingston, 66, drive under infi-alc, court amend to FullTimeA Attn. Fined $75. Robert Rex Cossey, 48, disorderly conduct, fined $50. Barney Leroy Earnhardt, 20, drive under inflcont. sub, fined $175. Ronald Lynn McKinnis, contribute delinqcy minor, minor in possalcohol, poss-sub not eni;^ tered in ICC, bench warrant issued. James Monroe Oswald, bench warrant, fined $100. No Henderson Bus. License, fined $100. Dale Allen Lloyd, 18, 'unrigistered mtr veh, bench warrant issued. Steve D. Vincent, 18, speeding 55 45. bench warrant issued. Richard Weldon Erickson, 18, disobey Red Light, fined $15. Speeding 80-45, fined $35. WtdrMtdoy, Juno 21, 19717 p.m. John Richard Zavar, 38, drive under infiuenceliq. no oper lie in possession, bench warrant issued. Thwr$loy, Juno 22, 19781 p.m. Kenneth E.Corbett, 37, insufffunds check, fined $50. Kerr McGee Storts Ownership Program A new stock ownership program that lets Kerr McGee employees become shareholders in the company at no cost to them has been started, the company announced. The program, known as the Kerr McGee Employee Stock Ownership Plan, has been established under provisions of the U.S. Tax Reduction Act of 1975, which allows companies to receive a 1 percent investment tax credit if the credit is used to purchase stock for employees through an organized plan. All non • union employees with at least three years of service are immediately eligible to participate in the stock ownership plan. Employees represented by a union agreement and who have been employed by Kerr McGee for at least three years will be eligible to participate in the plan when it becomes a part of their agreement, Dave Zilar, savings investment supervisor, said. About 35 employees at Kerr McGee Chemical Corporation's Henderson manufacturing facility qualify immediate participation in the Employee Stock Ownership Plan. Kerr McGee will make contributions to the plan and allocate stock to employees annually. THE BEGINNERS — Harry Stanton, lifeguard for the city, is shown teaching •erne of the beginners in the city's swim program for the summer. Hero are seme of the students roolly getting with the program. TEACHING THE PEE WEES .•• Bon Cewon, lifeguard at the BMI municipal pool, is shown instructing some of tho pee-wees in the city's summer iwim program. They are shewn in the little peel. L^ Veg V ^plines, Inc. 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F^iola (known also as "Fab") was born and raised In Henderson. She completely knows the area and loves the people feeling a special part of the community. Her father. Postmaster Joe Rodriguez, was a recent "Action Person" and her mother is the lovely Mexican born Herminia residents of Henderson. Her brother and two sisters are: Joseph, Amalia, and Sonia. Fabiola is not sorry for the somewhat "rigid" training she received while attending St. Peter's Catholic Elementary School when it was in operation. "At the time the school seemed strict to me as a child, but now I am most grateful for the discipline, the sparkling uniforms and the teaching I received on various subjects along with religious principles. By the time I was of high school age, I was advanced in many subjects including arithmetic,' she stated. Fabiola graduated from Basic High School in 1974. Shortly after graduation the dark • haired, brown • tyed beauty attended a function and met a good looking young airman • stationed at Nellis Air Force Base • winding up his last two years in uniform. Michael Tyler was the "buddy" of one of a friend's boyfriends. Michael, a southern boy fVom Tennessee, fell in love with Fabiola and the feeling was mutual. It was almost a "love • at first • sight" situation and the pair eloped to Las Vegas one week after friendship. "I didn't want to hurt my parents," Fabiola stated, "but then I knew eloping was the only way since we both knew we loved each other. In any event we had a small formal Church wedding one year later which pleased my mother." They drove down the Strip looking for a church and ended up in the "Little Chapel of the West" across ft-om the Frontier Hotel. The Little Chapel is currently in the process of being moved. Upon return to Michael's apartment, the couple called friends and relatives and an instant party was produced with a lovely cake topped with a Ken and Barbie dolls provided by the landlord and his wife. Fabiola joined with Anita's Dress Shop in June of 1976 as sales clerk. One year later she was promoted to her position as General Manager. Her job is to oversee and take charge of store's operations, store arrangement, customer relations, ordering, and charge of personnel. "I'm very proud of my work crew," Fab pointed out, "and never have any complaints about their treatment of customers." Fabiola is extremely kind, thoughtful, and efficient helping her personnel out and taking a sincere interest in their feelings. Her hours are 10 a.m. to 6 pm. daily except Sundays. Anita's Dress Shops is a chain located throughout western United States and owned by Charles Colby Michael and Fabiola reside in Henderson with Fab's dog "Chico" a miniature Sheltie The couple enjoys trout and bass fishing on Lake Mead and in Willow Beach, Arizona. Sports include jogging and running • she gained a letter in Volleyball and track in high school. Fabiola is an artist at cooking • turning out favorite Mexican dishes such as tamales, chile, taco, enchiladas, and a specialty (compared in Mexico with our steak and lobster plates mole • which Michael enjoys the most. "Since marrying a southerner, I've had to add extra dishes to my recipe list. Michael missed hot buns, f^ied chicken and grits so that takes the spotlight on our evening menu." she mused. The couple enjoy easy rock and country music. She often takes part lending her vocal talents to the Spanish St. Peter's Masses. Fabiola's future plans include college courses, raising a family, and owning her own boutique. She added, "I also would like to take this opportunity in expresaing my gratitude to the HENDERSON HOME NEWS for the kindness shown to m by its personnel." Fabiola Tyler contributes her philosophy • "Make the most of each and every day doing the best that is in you! Fill your complete capacity and nourish it Keepof good cheer an uplifting attitude and smile be happy!" Morgoret L Coiiwell No local services were held for Margaret E. Conwell, 76, who passed away June 23 in Henderson. Mrs. Conwell was born August 30, 1901 in Cheyenne, Wyoming and was a part-time resident of the area. Survivors include her husband, Ralph; a daughter, Barbara Gil-' dey of Alpine, Calif; a brother, C.R. O'Neil of Big Piney, Wyoming; a sister, Mary Meeks, also of Big Piney and two grandchildren. Interment will be at Plainview Cemetery, Big Piney. lee Roy Fromon Lee Roy Froman, 68, passed away June 22 in Las Vegas. He had re sided in the area for 30 years. Mr. Froman was born in Chatham, Illinois June 30,1909. He was a retired reduction foreman at Titanium Metals, served in World War 11 in the U.S. Navy and was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3848 in Henderson. Survivors include his wife. Pearl of Henderson and a brother, Herbert Roman of Springfield, 111. .Funeral services were held yesterday at Palm Chapel with interment at Palm Memorial Park. Jewell Dovis Newell Jewell David Newell, 63, passed away June 24 in Boulder City He was a retired ranch foreman and had resided in Searchlight, Nevada since 1975. Mr. Newell was born August 19, 1914 in Cloudy, Oklahoma. Survivors include his wife, Vcra of Searchlight; a son, Jewell D. Newell of Talent, Oregon; a daughter, Rosalie Pertel of Lake Arrowhead, Calif; brothers, Enercy of Wanette, Okla., John of Wilson. Okla.. Volley of Asher, Okla. and William of San Francisco, Calif; sisters. Ruby Smith of Salinas, Calif and Madgeline Malone of Henderson; and eight grandchildren. Services will be held Wednesday, June 28 at Palm Chapel with interment to follow at San Jacinto Cemetery in Hemet, Calif. TWILA WILSON SERVICES SET FOR THURSDAY Funeral services will be conducted Thursday at 11 a.m, at the LDS Cholla Street Chapel for Twila Wilson, 34. who was killed in an automobile accident June 20 in Leon, Iowa. Bishop Stanley Albiston will officiate. Mrs. Wilson was born June 7,1944 in Mesquite, Nevada and was a homemaker. Survivors include her husband, Jimmy Wilson; two sons. Jimmy Ray and Randall Wilson of Htnderson; a daughter, Toni Wilson of Henderson; parents Mr. and Mrs. Glen Leavitt of Mesquite; brothers. Lynn. George. Charles and Jack Leavitt of Las Vegai; and sisters, Glenna Conger, Nancy Fitzgerald and Patsy Netler of Las Vegas. Irene Campbell of Henderson and Mirriam Lester of Salt Lake City, Utah. Interment will be at Paradise Gardens in Las Vegas. Erel Stonley Pedersen Funeral services were conducted yesterday in Las Vegas for Erel Stanley Pedersen. who diedJune 23 in a Henderson convalescent home. Interment was at Memory Gardens with Rev. Joel Rivers officiating. Pedersen. a resident of the area for 26 years, was an upholsterer. He was a native of South Dakota. Survivors include his wife. Alma of Henderson; four daughters. Sandra Sager of Henderson. Edith Helm of Pocatello. Idaho, and Mary Skidmore and Frances Kirkpatrick. both ofLas Vegas: three sisters. Edith Anderson of Bristol. South Dakota. MayfrVonHauf of Garden Grove. Calif, and Harriett Blair of Capitola. Calif and 12 grandchildren. iubbr Stamp 'I i Bidonimant Stwipi AddmSlMnpi MignBtic Signi j|_ Nvado Stamp Co 21 Watr StrMt // FOR UPH0LSTBMI6 IS THE puec LOWisr mc(s m mmsr QmiTY CMynStlt 177 SliMlfi 1 r^^wi CMUM CiMir 7 r OP AleM TIM IHCUU. 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F^iola (known also as "Fab") was born and raised In Henderson. She completely knows the area and loves the people feeling a special part of the community. Her father. Postmaster Joe Rodriguez, was a recent "Action Person" and her mother is the lovely Mexican born Herminia residents of Henderson. Her brother and two sisters are: Joseph, Amalia, and Sonia. Fabiola is not sorry for the somewhat "rigid" training she received while attending St. Peter's Catholic Elementary School when it was in operation. "At the time the school seemed strict to me as a child, but now I am most grateful for the discipline, the sparkling uniforms and the teaching I received on various subjects along with religious principles. By the time I was of high school age, I was advanced in many subjects including arithmetic,' she stated. Fabiola graduated from Basic High School in 1974. Shortly after graduation the dark • haired, brown • tyed beauty attended a function and met a good looking young airman • stationed at Nellis Air Force Base • winding up his last two years in uniform. Michael Tyler was the "buddy" of one of a friend's boyfriends. Michael, a southern boy fVom Tennessee, fell in love with Fabiola and the feeling was mutual. It was almost a "love • at first • sight" situation and the pair eloped to Las Vegas one week after friendship. "I didn't want to hurt my parents," Fabiola stated, "but then I knew eloping was the only way since we both knew we loved each other. In any event we had a small formal Church wedding one year later which pleased my mother." They drove down the Strip looking for a church and ended up in the "Little Chapel of the West" across ft-om the Frontier Hotel. The Little Chapel is currently in the process of being moved. Upon return to Michael's apartment, the couple called friends and relatives and an instant party was produced with a lovely cake topped with a Ken and Barbie dolls provided by the landlord and his wife. Fabiola joined with Anita's Dress Shop in June of 1976 as sales clerk. One year later she was promoted to her position as General Manager. Her job is to oversee and take charge of store's operations, store arrangement, customer relations, ordering, and charge of personnel. "I'm very proud of my work crew," Fab pointed out, "and never have any complaints about their treatment of customers." Fabiola is extremely kind, thoughtful, and efficient helping her personnel out and taking a sincere interest in their feelings. Her hours are 10 a.m. to 6 pm. daily except Sundays. Anita's Dress Shops is a chain located throughout western United States and owned by Charles Colby Michael and Fabiola reside in Henderson with Fab's dog "Chico" a miniature Sheltie The couple enjoys trout and bass fishing on Lake Mead and in Willow Beach, Arizona. Sports include jogging and running • she gained a letter in Volleyball and track in high school. Fabiola is an artist at cooking • turning out favorite Mexican dishes such as tamales, chile, taco, enchiladas, and a specialty (compared in Mexico with our steak and lobster plates mole • which Michael enjoys the most. "Since marrying a southerner, I've had to add extra dishes to my recipe list. Michael missed hot buns, f^ied chicken and grits so that takes the spotlight on our evening menu." she mused. The couple enjoy easy rock and country music. She often takes part lending her vocal talents to the Spanish St. Peter's Masses. Fabiola's future plans include college courses, raising a family, and owning her own boutique. She added, "I also would like to take this opportunity in expresaing my gratitude to the HENDERSON HOME NEWS for the kindness shown to m by its personnel." Fabiola Tyler contributes her philosophy • "Make the most of each and every day doing the best that is in you! Fill your complete capacity and nourish it Keepof good cheer an uplifting attitude and smile be happy!" Morgoret L Coiiwell No local services were held for Margaret E. Conwell, 76, who passed away June 23 in Henderson. Mrs. Conwell was born August 30, 1901 in Cheyenne, Wyoming and was a part-time resident of the area. Survivors include her husband, Ralph; a daughter, Barbara Gil-' dey of Alpine, Calif; a brother, C.R. O'Neil of Big Piney, Wyoming; a sister, Mary Meeks, also of Big Piney and two grandchildren. Interment will be at Plainview Cemetery, Big Piney. lee Roy Fromon Lee Roy Froman, 68, passed away June 22 in Las Vegas. He had re sided in the area for 30 years. Mr. Froman was born in Chatham, Illinois June 30,1909. He was a retired reduction foreman at Titanium Metals, served in World War 11 in the U.S. Navy and was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3848 in Henderson. Survivors include his wife. Pearl of Henderson and a brother, Herbert Roman of Springfield, 111. .Funeral services were held yesterday at Palm Chapel with interment at Palm Memorial Park. Jewell Dovis Newell Jewell David Newell, 63, passed away June 24 in Boulder City He was a retired ranch foreman and had resided in Searchlight, Nevada since 1975. Mr. Newell was born August 19, 1914 in Cloudy, Oklahoma. Survivors include his wife, Vcra of Searchlight; a son, Jewell D. Newell of Talent, Oregon; a daughter, Rosalie Pertel of Lake Arrowhead, Calif; brothers, Enercy of Wanette, Okla., John of Wilson. Okla.. Volley of Asher, Okla. and William of San Francisco, Calif; sisters. Ruby Smith of Salinas, Calif and Madgeline Malone of Henderson; and eight grandchildren. Services will be held Wednesday, June 28 at Palm Chapel with interment to follow at San Jacinto Cemetery in Hemet, Calif. TWILA WILSON SERVICES SET FOR THURSDAY Funeral services will be conducted Thursday at 11 a.m, at the LDS Cholla Street Chapel for Twila Wilson, 34. who was killed in an automobile accident June 20 in Leon, Iowa. Bishop Stanley Albiston will officiate. Mrs. Wilson was born June 7,1944 in Mesquite, Nevada and was a homemaker. Survivors include her husband, Jimmy Wilson; two sons. Jimmy Ray and Randall Wilson of Htnderson; a daughter, Toni Wilson of Henderson; parents Mr. and Mrs. Glen Leavitt of Mesquite; brothers. Lynn. George. Charles and Jack Leavitt of Las Vegai; and sisters, Glenna Conger, Nancy Fitzgerald and Patsy Netler of Las Vegas. Irene Campbell of Henderson and Mirriam Lester of Salt Lake City, Utah. Interment will be at Paradise Gardens in Las Vegas. Erel Stonley Pedersen Funeral services were conducted yesterday in Las Vegas for Erel Stanley Pedersen. who diedJune 23 in a Henderson convalescent home. Interment was at Memory Gardens with Rev. Joel Rivers officiating. Pedersen. a resident of the area for 26 years, was an upholsterer. He was a native of South Dakota. Survivors include his wife. Alma of Henderson; four daughters. Sandra Sager of Henderson. Edith Helm of Pocatello. Idaho, and Mary Skidmore and Frances Kirkpatrick. both ofLas Vegas: three sisters. Edith Anderson of Bristol. South Dakota. MayfrVonHauf of Garden Grove. Calif, and Harriett Blair of Capitola. Calif and 12 grandchildren. iubbr Stamp 'I i Bidonimant Stwipi AddmSlMnpi MignBtic Signi j|_ Nvado Stamp Co 21 Watr StrMt // FOR UPH0LSTBMI6 IS THE puec LOWisr mc(s m mmsr QmiTY CMynStlt 177 SliMlfi 1 r^^wi CMUM CiMir 7 r OP AleM TIM IHCUU. 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^^^^^ HvndtfMft Homt Nw. Hndnen, Nvoda ^|Br Bjf Ro Riymond HOM ^r The newest newcom"^ H crs appearing in B Henderson's Home of H the Week are the Grady's H Ralph. Bernadette. and \ H their five-year old sonP>9t RMPH Jeffrey, respectively. "We were both born in Chicago, Bernadette stated, "and we met when I worked for Jeff in the Continental Bank in town Bernadette lived in Berwyn (Suburb of Chicago) at the time The couple resided in Berwyn prior to moving to Henderson in January of this year. "Ralph couldn't take the weather and harsh winters, there • so we decided to move. We looked over various homes in November of 1977 • including this one.and we returned to Chicago. Ralph came back here to work and we purchased this home which seemed just right for us. He then picked Jeffrey and I up in Berwyn and we flew out here for good," Bernadette added. Tfie home is located on the Southeast side of Henderson in the Valley on Mustang. It is custom Ralph and Bernadette enjoy the stereo, antique and clock built and about eight months old. Style is Contemporary Ranch giving a very solid appearance The front door opens onto the living room which is spacious and light. Combined with a dining room in an "L" shape, the home seems ) GRAND 'OPENING compac'. yet with ample room. Ralph owns and operates "Jeffs Decorating Service" which he IS very adept in and acquired this talent at an early age. He is responsible for the beautiful celery and mint green wallpaper in a Colonial print installed m the combo room The carpeting blends with a soft celery green sculptured in offwhite. The furniture is a mixture with Early American dominating the scene in maple woods. Statues of a Spanish buccaneer and his lady sit on -: closed bar in the living room. One of Ralph's favorite antique clocks is exhibited while the antique statues of an old fashioned boy and girl capture another spotlight. "These ngurines belonged to my grandmother, Kathryn Zine, from Lebanon." Mrs. Grady added, "and I prire them." The couch is upholstered in a floral pattern of plush tangerine with olive and light greens. The dining room area is small but delightful, and leads into a good sized kitchen. The kitchen leads into a moderate sized family room which includes the television with comfortable viewing chairs. Again we see more celery greens in decor. The Grady home highlights the soft greens throughout with touches of brilliant oranges and rust. A large bathroom combined with powder room is praiseworthy with Ralph's clever design and decor in creams and brown. The hallway leads to a green and aqua blue guest room while the little son's bedroom holds the usual children's furniture with huge posters of cartoon favorites Mickey \.ouse and Donald Duck. The master bedroom is cool with tones of vanilla cream and rich browns predominating. The furniture is Mediterranean Home of Ralph and Bernadette Grady In Valley and a combination bathroom and laundry room is included In this huge room. Bernadette and Ralph Grady are a refreshing couple and certainly an inspring addition to the City of Henderson. The couple enjoy listening to the stereo and the pop and country music of the day. Mrs. Grady's brother. Tom Malouf. works as a Music Teacher in Roselle, Illinois. Bernadette concluded her feelings about the West this way "Tom has been out to visit us and he loved it like we do. We sat outide. he took his guitar and sang some songs for us under the stars. It was so pleasant and beautiful • to be able to sit under the stars look at the mountains and valley and hear Tom sing. Just like something out of an old western moviel" Willord Phillips Promoted To Colonel ROD'S UPHOLSTERING H •BOATS •AUTOS •FURNITURE 853 LAKE MEAD DRIVE, HDN. HOURS: 8 TO 5, MONSAT ROD COLE, OWNER-MGR. oma HOME •( 564-2775 565-7830 fl The U.S. Air Force has promoted Willard R. Phillips, soii of Mr. and Mrs. LaVon Phillips of Panaca. Nev to the rank of lieutenant colonel. Colonel Phillips li serving at Cannon AFB. N.M as commander of the 27th Transportation Squadron. The colonel, a 1953 graduate of Lincoln County High School, received his commission through the Reserve Officer Training Corps prog BIRTHS St. Rose de limo June 20-Girl to Mr. and Mrs Robert J. Scbeuck. Las Vegas. 20-Boy to Mr. and Mrs -Richard Keep. Henderson. 20-Boy to Mr. and Mrs. Wai-Kwok Choy. Honderson. 20Boy to Mr. and Mrs 'even Gcarl. Las Vegas. 25Girl to Mr. and Mrs. Warren McKinnis. Henderson. 25-Girl to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shoppach. Henderson. mmmmm Presents Lieutenant Colonel Willard R. Phillips receives hit promotion insignia from Colonel Joseph D. Moore, commander of the 27th Tactical Fighter Wing ot Cannon AFB, N.M. Hit wife, Joyce, aitittt in the cereni>eny. (U.S. Air Force Photo) ram and a B.S. degree in University. Muncie, Ind. 21Twin girls to Mrs. Jaydee Henderson. Mrand Crwoms. 1961 at Brigham Young University. Provo. Utah. He earned an MA degree in 1973 at Ball State His wife. Joyce, is the daughter of Jean Burton of581 Federal St, Henderson. Marc Lucero GmdiMites In A.F. 22Bt\v to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph N. Stubbs. Henderson. 22Girl to Mr. and Mrs Ronald A. Lee. Henderson. 22Boy to Mr. and Mrs Charles Miller. Las Vegas. Bieakfasf OubBlnao lOamTOUam 2INISMES WITH EVERY OTHER GAME FREE. FTM Pirty Session Offered On Al Piy Grniet And Free Box Of BiiD Buttons 16 AISkle Winner! Of Breakfast Club BliV>. Free I100.00 Coverall. Free Coffee And Dounuts. Airman .Marc A. Lucero. son of Mrs. Bahram Sarnessar of Henderson, has graduated at Sheppard AFB. Tex. from the U.S. Air Force technical training course for heating systems specialists. Airman Lucero. now trained to install, operate and maintain heating systems and generators, is being assigned to Offutt AFB, Neb., for duty with a unit of the Strategic Air Command. Completion of the course earned the individual credits towards an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force. The airman entered the Air Force in January of this year His father. Rudy S Lucero. resides at 735 S.E 190th. Portland. Ore 2.1Girl to Mrs. Vince A. Las Vegas. Mr. and Sherman. EVERYTHING YOU WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT INSURANCE but was afraid to ask... if it'i obout'iniuronce, we at KAERCHER art happy to toy we hove oniwered the inluron^e qutttioni of a grtal many career women and hememakert of Soutfiern Nevoda and hove designed many different type* of policiet to meet individuol need*. If yev an centemploting o new intwrance program or have o quettion concerning on eaiiting policycell on ui, we are here to help yo. 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^^^^^ HvndtfMft Homt Nw. Hndnen, Nvoda ^|Br Bjf Ro Riymond HOM ^r The newest newcom"^ H crs appearing in B Henderson's Home of H the Week are the Grady's H Ralph. Bernadette. and \ H their five-year old sonP>9t RMPH Jeffrey, respectively. "We were both born in Chicago, Bernadette stated, "and we met when I worked for Jeff in the Continental Bank in town Bernadette lived in Berwyn (Suburb of Chicago) at the time The couple resided in Berwyn prior to moving to Henderson in January of this year. "Ralph couldn't take the weather and harsh winters, there • so we decided to move. We looked over various homes in November of 1977 • including this one.and we returned to Chicago. Ralph came back here to work and we purchased this home which seemed just right for us. He then picked Jeffrey and I up in Berwyn and we flew out here for good," Bernadette added. Tfie home is located on the Southeast side of Henderson in the Valley on Mustang. It is custom Ralph and Bernadette enjoy the stereo, antique and clock built and about eight months old. Style is Contemporary Ranch giving a very solid appearance The front door opens onto the living room which is spacious and light. Combined with a dining room in an "L" shape, the home seems ) GRAND 'OPENING compac'. yet with ample room. Ralph owns and operates "Jeffs Decorating Service" which he IS very adept in and acquired this talent at an early age. He is responsible for the beautiful celery and mint green wallpaper in a Colonial print installed m the combo room The carpeting blends with a soft celery green sculptured in offwhite. The furniture is a mixture with Early American dominating the scene in maple woods. Statues of a Spanish buccaneer and his lady sit on -: closed bar in the living room. One of Ralph's favorite antique clocks is exhibited while the antique statues of an old fashioned boy and girl capture another spotlight. "These ngurines belonged to my grandmother, Kathryn Zine, from Lebanon." Mrs. Grady added, "and I prire them." The couch is upholstered in a floral pattern of plush tangerine with olive and light greens. The dining room area is small but delightful, and leads into a good sized kitchen. The kitchen leads into a moderate sized family room which includes the television with comfortable viewing chairs. Again we see more celery greens in decor. The Grady home highlights the soft greens throughout with touches of brilliant oranges and rust. A large bathroom combined with powder room is praiseworthy with Ralph's clever design and decor in creams and brown. The hallway leads to a green and aqua blue guest room while the little son's bedroom holds the usual children's furniture with huge posters of cartoon favorites Mickey \.ouse and Donald Duck. The master bedroom is cool with tones of vanilla cream and rich browns predominating. The furniture is Mediterranean Home of Ralph and Bernadette Grady In Valley and a combination bathroom and laundry room is included In this huge room. Bernadette and Ralph Grady are a refreshing couple and certainly an inspring addition to the City of Henderson. The couple enjoy listening to the stereo and the pop and country music of the day. Mrs. Grady's brother. Tom Malouf. works as a Music Teacher in Roselle, Illinois. Bernadette concluded her feelings about the West this way "Tom has been out to visit us and he loved it like we do. We sat outide. he took his guitar and sang some songs for us under the stars. It was so pleasant and beautiful • to be able to sit under the stars look at the mountains and valley and hear Tom sing. Just like something out of an old western moviel" Willord Phillips Promoted To Colonel ROD'S UPHOLSTERING H •BOATS •AUTOS •FURNITURE 853 LAKE MEAD DRIVE, HDN. HOURS: 8 TO 5, MONSAT ROD COLE, OWNER-MGR. oma HOME •( 564-2775 565-7830 fl The U.S. Air Force has promoted Willard R. Phillips, soii of Mr. and Mrs. LaVon Phillips of Panaca. Nev to the rank of lieutenant colonel. Colonel Phillips li serving at Cannon AFB. N.M as commander of the 27th Transportation Squadron. The colonel, a 1953 graduate of Lincoln County High School, received his commission through the Reserve Officer Training Corps prog BIRTHS St. Rose de limo June 20-Girl to Mr. and Mrs Robert J. Scbeuck. Las Vegas. 20-Boy to Mr. and Mrs -Richard Keep. Henderson. 20-Boy to Mr. and Mrs. Wai-Kwok Choy. Honderson. 20Boy to Mr. and Mrs 'even Gcarl. Las Vegas. 25Girl to Mr. and Mrs. Warren McKinnis. Henderson. 25-Girl to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shoppach. Henderson. mmmmm Presents Lieutenant Colonel Willard R. Phillips receives hit promotion insignia from Colonel Joseph D. Moore, commander of the 27th Tactical Fighter Wing ot Cannon AFB, N.M. Hit wife, Joyce, aitittt in the cereni>eny. (U.S. Air Force Photo) ram and a B.S. degree in University. Muncie, Ind. 21Twin girls to Mrs. Jaydee Henderson. Mrand Crwoms. 1961 at Brigham Young University. Provo. Utah. He earned an MA degree in 1973 at Ball State His wife. Joyce, is the daughter of Jean Burton of581 Federal St, Henderson. Marc Lucero GmdiMites In A.F. 22Bt\v to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph N. Stubbs. Henderson. 22Girl to Mr. and Mrs Ronald A. Lee. Henderson. 22Boy to Mr. and Mrs Charles Miller. Las Vegas. Bieakfasf OubBlnao lOamTOUam 2INISMES WITH EVERY OTHER GAME FREE. FTM Pirty Session Offered On Al Piy Grniet And Free Box Of BiiD Buttons 16 AISkle Winner! Of Breakfast Club BliV>. Free I100.00 Coverall. Free Coffee And Dounuts. Airman .Marc A. Lucero. son of Mrs. Bahram Sarnessar of Henderson, has graduated at Sheppard AFB. Tex. from the U.S. Air Force technical training course for heating systems specialists. Airman Lucero. now trained to install, operate and maintain heating systems and generators, is being assigned to Offutt AFB, Neb., for duty with a unit of the Strategic Air Command. Completion of the course earned the individual credits towards an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force. The airman entered the Air Force in January of this year His father. Rudy S Lucero. resides at 735 S.E 190th. Portland. Ore 2.1Girl to Mrs. Vince A. Las Vegas. Mr. and Sherman. EVERYTHING YOU WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT INSURANCE but was afraid to ask... if it'i obout'iniuronce, we at KAERCHER art happy to toy we hove oniwered the inluron^e qutttioni of a grtal many career women and hememakert of Soutfiern Nevoda and hove designed many different type* of policiet to meet individuol need*. If yev an centemploting o new intwrance program or have o quettion concerning on eaiiting policycell on ui, we are here to help yo. Th ariK l*rn wmttn in th Antarctic tnd iMmmtri in GrMnland and Alk KAERCHIR INSURANCE M4.MI3 71SSft.ltit,cnwffHM NEED CREDIT? • niEW IN TOWN i'• NO CREDIT • BAD j W/_v' CREDIT ESTABLISH CREDIT WITH US! CHARLESTON AUTO SALES 1333 East Charleston CORNER OF Hit ST. 386-7936 or 38641956 0PBI7DAYS WC CMOY COHT MCTS '68 EL CAMINO 4lp...W • 795 '65 VW SQUAREBACK *m 72 PONT. GRAND PRIX^.. J13 9S 73 CHEVY IMPALA !599 76 CORVETTE low TTip. >. 73 TOYOTA CaiCA i699 67PONTiAC Sj^O^PRIX FACTORY CLOSE OUT PURCHASE Deluxe covers, quilted tops. Famous Simmons innerspring construction in mattresses & box springs. Prices slashed. Buy now and save up to 50% TWIN SIZI SET FULLY DUSTPROOFED • SOLID CORE TOPS & ENDS WITH SIMULATED WOOD GRAINED DESIGN, DUSKY PECAN COLOR • ORNATELY CARVED COMPONENTS OF HIGH IMPACT POLYSTYRENE • STEEL CHANNEL DRAWER GUIDES WITH HARDWOOD RUNNERS • PLATE GLASS MIRROR. DISCOUNT PRICE ... Early American collection with the romantic appeal of the past—combines delicacy and strength in a timeless design at moderate cost. by rl • 'nHiiiiiiiyiiinj'j So BcautifuUy Stylcd...So BcautifuUy Priced! UPMLSTUEB IN OECOIATOR STYLEB LMS VEAMNfi CIVERS ^•umply ucMm*
uy anywhere while "*""' NOW ONLY MSCOUNT % Presidential collection features antiqued, brass plated, drawer pwlls. tastefully molded trim, lightly distressed an highlighted for the antique look Constructed entirely of wood and wood ^ products. Dustprool, center guided drawers plate glass mirror Complete 5 pcTliroup NOW ONLY 5 Drawer Chest NOW ONLY ^99 64 hch Triple* dresser 52x40 inch Gallery Mirror Two 2 Drawer nite stands Full or Queen size Cannonball headboard $ 95 |95 ONLY i 12 RECLINERS UPHOLSTERED IN LONO WEARING COVER LARGE SIZE COMFORTABLE AND BUILT TO LAST OUR LOW DISCOUNT PRICE Similar to llluslration 3 PIECE sn SOFA LOVESEAT AND CHAIR Upholstered in long wearing, covers. Large selection of styles. Spring construction on heavy duty trouble free frame. Furnish your living room with high styled, high quality furniture for one low price. OUR LOW DISCOUNT PRICE AMERICAN FURNITURE 1740 E. CHARLESTON All Merchandise Subject To Prior Snie ^ SOME ITEMS IN LIMITED SUPPLY Daily'9-6^ Mon. & Fri. 9-9 Sun. 11-5 PIECE SET SOFA. LOVE SEAT & RECLINER. covered inlong wearing plaid Herculon. Comfortable deep padded reversible seat cushions. Quality styled & comfort for a low discount price. NOW ONLY DISCOUNT PRICE 499^ rr

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Ht Norn* Nws, Hntfrson, Nvoo iwvfooy, junt Al, 1971 EMBER^US VEOAS IS MAND NEW 7t Hefty 2.3 litre 4 cylinder. 4 •peed, power steering, power front disc brakes, AIR. interior accent group, exterior decor group, dual sport mirrors, wire wKieel covers, t>odyside moldings, tinted glass, am radio, cloth & vinyl bucket scats.. America s favorite! #9919 IIUNONfWTI HATCHBACK. 3 door front wtieel drive, transverse 4 cylinder engine, 4 speed, power front disc brakes, tinted glass, H D. alternator ft battery. (4) cast aluminum wheels, body-side molding, bucket seats. Michelln tires. A dnving experlencel #7552 MANDNCWTI 3 OOOR: 2,3 litre 4 cylinder, automatic, power front disc brakes, Alf^, tinted glass, (4) way manual driver seat, bodyside molding, dual mirrors, wire wheel covers, cloth A vinyl seat trim, pin stripes. AM/FM, gauges, fold down rear seat. 'Limited editon." #9077 MUNIIIEWTI FUTURA 2 door. 6 cylinder, automatic, rack ftpinion ateering, front disc brakes, AIR, am radio, tirfted glass, bucket sests. accent paint stripes, deluxe wheel covers, bright exterior moldings. The Ford in your future* #9109 NMNO NEW *7S 2 DR 250 CIO 6 cylinder, automatic, power front disc brakes, AIR, am radio, WSW radials. tinted glass, HO group, bodyside moldings. Opera windows, wheel covers, bright extenor moldings, flight bench seat trim, bodyside 4 decklid stripes Compare it to cars costing thousands more #8775 '5095 BRAND NEW 78 2 OR 351 V-8, automatic, power steering, power front disc brakes, sports touring package, color keyed belts, AIR, HR78X14 tires, am radio, tinted glass, dual sport mirrors, rocker molding For the young at heart #9186 % 5695 BIUNO NEW 71 2 DR. 351 V-8 automatic, power steering, power front disc brakes, AIR, am radio, tinted glass, bodyside moldings, bumper guards, rocker molding, dual accent stripes, HR78X15 WSW, remote mirror, LTD sound package Your better idea leader #8278 '5795 MAND NEW '71 4 OR 351 V-8. iu0. bodyside moldings Limited edition • 9249 H)095 SPECIAL PURCHASE! LEASE BRAND NEW 78 4 DOOR 6 cylinder engine, automatic transmission, power steering, power front disc brakes, AIR CONDITIONING, tinted glass, cut pile carpet, cloth seat trim, CK78x14 radials. FOUR TO CHOOSE FROM. Stock #8539, #8544, #8542, & #8541. SPECIAL PURCHASE PRICE $ 4695 71 MM nCKUF 6 cylinder 3 speed transmission, low mount swing lock mirrors, H D step bumper #8891 $ 79" Mo. • Tax VaarrriMiy FeH iMMMa 36 month open ertd lease on approved crOdil down payment $129 3a. caprtalited cost S4&7i>. total ol paymcnlt (2877 M. depreciation SI67&. residuel value $2775. ollicial laas and ta>es S372 33 Customer responsible lor residual at end •( leaie. lessee election to terminate subiect to applicable clW^M. baaad sn 15.000 miles per year 71 PINTO RUNAMWT AIR, automatic, power sleerirM^, a.n radio, exterior decor group. WSW. tinted glass 912S s 95? • Ua 36 month open end leeso on approved ctdtl. (toem payment St79 3fl. capitalxcd cost S4600 total ot payments t3S51 se, Mpreciation S272S residual value S22S0. olticisi teas and lases $343 32 Customer responsiple lor residual at ertd ot lease lessee election to terminate subtect to applicable criarg** based en t5 OOO miles per year FRIENDLY FORD'S ANNUAL ALLOWANCE FMENOLII TOP DOLUR for your TRADE ...PAiD FOR OR NOTH Jour EQUITY prolNiMy iMKO your DOWN PAYMENTH SAVE HUNDREDS!! ,....,,,_/FOR MCilEAiEi AILNA7I0N WIU MAKE YON iHU SiULES Iff MEANS mruTf fn ^i0IIN Monuimntal SELECTION Fast, Friendly On-the-Spot FINANCING! IMMEDIATE DELIVERY! BUY OR LEASE! j Kn Tl MlirM Ml HTMB IWmtlMr Mi WilMMlii 666 K. DECATUR PHONE 870-7221 jiifmCTTrf UUS NlWtt fell Ml-llil M MMMV tm MTHMT AAIN. M KATS OLY ran DEALT USE:, CARS? wtsiu IM HST mmuu TNfKST! SPECIAL PURCHASE 71 TNUNOCIIIIIIO 2 DR. JISTAtlllKl WIN MCI MVimil! V-4, automatic, powrer sleerlno 4 tiraktB. air, vioyl top. am radio. WSW radials 4 to cttooia from." H)995 USED CAR SPECIALS 78 CHEV "HOVA" 2 DR /6 PONT SUNBIRD 3387 1997 71 OMYSLU IIEWPOir 4 N v-8, aulO p S Ab air, viAyl top. IM, t cruise, AM/FM Showroom | t)w.' P3142 Was S3995 \ • NT ^ HU 74 PONTIM "CATALNU" V-8, aulonriatic, power slecring A brakes. 8ir. vinyl top, cruise, radio, WSW Big car room? 84e4A ""s" x292 n MERCURY "MARQUIS BRHM 't V f' .Hi!' j [I A* )" 2997 2527 74FMt'nil4ir V-8, auiomatic, powar siaarifg, •>I Ira cool)r>g, gaugaa. iMmpar Oo anyw^era 4M4 •flMjig^T.^^ ^^ ECONOMY SPECIALS 74 fMTo •urMor 4 cylinder, auiomatic. air. rack. WSW lires, bucket aeals Forda compact wagotv Was $2995 v\' 7BQ8B *£t99 74 BUICK LeSABRE 2177 71 FW •tMVmCK" 2 M 6 cyllrtder. lulomallc, power sieerirtg, air, am radio, WSW. "Economy Irartsporlalion' Was Sf 495 ;4 MA:DA RX* MACO^ Mp4A S97 2262 TIIKIC. IIM^WS IMNMMM" V-8. automatk:, M power, vinyl fop, AM/FV. Irif wheat, WSW Every comfort option." ltR753. Was S? 195 S' • • MT • 1666 77 FORD THUNDERBIKD 5697 71 cmn 'mw YomM umr FuM power, AM/FM lilt A cruise, ralya wtiaaia Comfortable drtving P307S Was $3495 S Mtr ^ iOl USED TRUCK SPECIALS 741 4 cytindar. 4 speed, WSW tiraa, pm stripes mfles 8054AT Was S3395 ,'4 CHfV Bia.'tH 1-4 7SPTt* 4 cytlndar, 4 rack. raHye wagon." *8S5j Waa i3495 J. air, boeketa. I. economy ;() TOYOIA SH5 hiTCHBil.k 3887 2667 4572 77 FORD GRANADA 4182 71 ma •x-if cusTiir 6 cylinder, air, gauges, mirrors. H 0 bumper Pertaci truck lor Dad P30/8T Was $4294 S 4 cylinder 4 speed, aw, eMterter decor WSW. am radio, bwckcta "Double clean. Was S3b9S %i ;8 FORO FIESM 3492 77Pit-iTr V-8. auto, paAb. air, pwr dowa. nil. radio, radials Only 12,000 mMes •PVM 73 CMfV CUSTOM DEL 10 Was $5195 '4497 2727 3573 71 FM MTf "IMMT 4 cyMndar. 4 apaed. air, interior A aiterior decor, buckala, am radio. EcoTMmy wagoa •176^^ "IT ^776 yy^ ^ord 1171 TRUCKS f NEVMNrS "OmCML' TRUCK HEAOQUARTEIIS Pickup, 10OOCC tngina. 6' box. 4 ipMd tranamiasien. tinted glM, WSW tirM 0261. '3899 Flontl EHMann 35 Fritadly, courttous SALESMEN TO SERVE YOUS FRIENDLY FORD IS DETERMINED TO llME FORD DEALER IN TNE WESTH THE LAROEST VOL; iuy tht FriMKNy Wiy. In FRIENDLY FORD COUNTRYH^ iiii PHtnii Cutlom ttylMld*. 300 CIO. low mount mirrort, roor sMp ptintod bumper, (6) rrtxIS 4 pty tkM. #8862 u\ Cuttent ttylMtde pickup. 361 V-6. kntttod vinyl $••(. oau98, automatic, powar siMrtng. nWrrors, AIR. aupar cooling pacfcaga, tHimpar, raar atap paintad. •8M3 '414e 5986 ifyiMRiiiiifii 136" W.B.. curgo van. flxod raar giaaa. bucfcata drtvtr A' pasaartoar, InatrufnanftMon Oraup, low mount mlrrfr^; powor brakoa. (6) 07&1 tiraa. aHdlna aid* door maZ. tra cooHrtg padiaoa, pewtf alaailnp. ctvoma bumptra.' #8607 I I ACUrUNCniRB ArthrllU, banitis, mifralM, ailkma, •llcrgy, iiraka. Mlalica, itaai. gaat, praatalt. LOOKING to buy a home in Bulder City? See Henderiwi Realty ad or call M4 OTlS. For sale • 70 Toyota Land cruiser, V 8, P S Posi, new Itfca. many extras. 13100. C41I an49QS B c fOR SALE, Must sell (2) com • flete model homes of new fcrniture. Everything from hed.s to dinette sets, wholesale prices. 293 4755 B.C. '70 Barracuda forsate Exc condition, auto • air 4.S6 posi traction Many extras. Must see $1895 870 3472. Keef trying. 0ritr liHtfwtiam "" Private A Group Sessions Lear To Piay in Just 12 Easy Les-L •ofia! By Qualined Inttrvctor,! BUDDY GILLARD. IntrJduc tory Evaluation Lciion, For, Appointment Or Additional In-j formation l>MONI • M$-Mt. \ SILVER ROWE KENNELS! I Dog k cat Boarding — Training in Kennel h Classei AKC Alaskan Malamute Puppiea and Stud Service. Wayne Nl S64-1983 Hod Daolan! For rent: 2 hdrm Townsite home $250 per mo Call 453 1372 HENDERSON by owner 4 bdrm 2 bth Carport, extras Appraised at $40,000 NO agents 205 Ash St Hdn 565-71.m If ShakespearIShp Evinrudc ; motor. trailer. $890. :S5-7472 • iI'KEE Great Dane. Dalmatian. Afghan.German short • hair, and a good selection of mixed breed dogs. cats, rupples ii kittens.'Donations are accepted k badly needed. Animal Adoption Center 361-34M HENDERSON family home in lovely neighborhood. 3 hdrm. \\ bth. completely redecorated, carpet, drapes, etc. Large well appointed kitchen, loads of REAL wood cabinets. Spacious utility room & storeroom, completely fenced yard. Mature landscaping, sprinkling system. Must see! By owiier after 4OO58S-0412. Professional Musician offering lessons at all levels. In trumpet, trombone, tuba and all other brass initruments Also Jazz and Rock Keyboards, plus keyboard theory Be flrst in any band on your instrument Call Ted Llenhard at 905-7099. Jire you living with a Drink -' ing Problem??? If so. why net try Al • Anon Meetings are Tues 10 a.m. St. Timothys Episcopal Church Tues 8 p m Club. 51 Water St Wed 7:30 pm St Rose de Lima Hosp For more infonnstion, call 58 99W EXPERIENCED CARPENTER j fast, work by the hr. Fram-| ing. rooms, additions, fenc-| ing. etc. 293 1799 B.C j Wanted Lady fbr part time ot fice work Must have experience Call Kelly Glass. 451 • 9302. CMMSTIAN DAY CAti Kindergarten Readiness Loving Care Creative Learning Experiences Social Development Siti nt UtWi SN. m-lMO WANTA SELL A RATHER LARGE PET? tFor fast rrsuIlK ^"Paper Sfower ... 0M riasaified • ^•fraof I: ]H6ndnon Hemt Nwr %^\^ aty Nws vn-rwi Hvnderton Horn* Ntwi, Htndcrton, Ntvodo 0 to marke Coming Soon WORTH WAITING H)R WtlBuk Comslock '*'^'* Homes Donate your unwanted freezer meal, aluminum cans, old carpet & items for a thrift store. Help the homeless animals. Animal Adoption Center 361-2484 For sale almost 2 acres View lot. sub 11. $39,000 owner 293-1814. $800 RFWARD for the return or recovery of all steel wood top Ubie apprex. SXZO ft. In site, take a from rear af Henderson Home News office within me Isst < months. Na questions asked. Call RosaLec al sa-lgll. Hdn. NEED A CAR? New in town' Old in Town? No credit? Short time on the job? Only $100, $200.'$300 or $400 downl Need an Automobile to get around' Contact us. We approve our own con. tracts. Instant delivery We will pickyoli upli bring you to our car lot. Just telephone 564 5909 Nevada Auto Sales 1813 N BIdr. Hwy Henderson. Nev One block south of Sunset Blvd & Bldr Hwy FOR SALE: 14' Uniflite boat 18 hp. Evinrude motor w trailer, canopy, 2 gas tanks. I gas can. Johnson Electric Starter, life preservers. Licensed through June. 1979. Good condition. Good fishing boat $1000 firm. Can be seen at 218 Zinc after 5 It on weekend.s. Or call 985-7029 after 9, anytime weekends Hdn. FIEE FILM OR CASH DISCOUNT ON ALL FILMS,' Frinted aad dcvelapeg at VANS NEVADA DRUG. BOtLDER CITV. NV, 1977 CUSTOM Sonara Spanish model. 24xS4. Mt. Vitta estates, will sell property with home. Call 293 1744, BC Free: Glass, mirror 4 lumber cutoffs. Kelly's Glass 5642103. SHAKLEE PRODUCTS Rhoda D. Hagadone Authorized Distributor 293-4350 B C We'll Call On You!. For sale '73 Kingston; 12 ( 60.2 bdrm. IW bth furnished $7000 Ph. 565 7061 after 5 pm. mOtOAItl tMt*f*ttf. H'wiai'i MMI. $7S. CM llm, rww fM^. Oi. FrMitr. 1]S cu. ft. Ntw cwnprnMC, $100. S4-ia4l. FOR SALE One Spanish Hand Carved Black Walnut Dining Room Table and Chairs. Vase type legs connected by reverse type ski alike Arco 1790 1810 Vintage. Licensed appraisal $3000. account. Storage problems. Will sell for $1090 Original up bolstering on the chairs 223 VanWagenen Ph. 9-6826. WILL BUY Scrap copper. Brass, Batteries. Will pickup Call from 12 00 p.m. to eOOpm 96$-Oa99 Babysitter • housekeeper wanted Call 965^893 aftcrO p m. PM RENT • EMrhMalM. IN irUNITT •OAIO O* CUIK COUNTT TMdMf II Must have at least 3 years of successful teaching experience including supervisory and general administrative responsibility Bachelor's degree preferred. Starting salary: $10,970 annually TMttwf I Must have at least 6 hours of special training in Early childhood or Primary education and experience working with infants Starting salary: $9,490 annually. dtiid Family Vititw Social or Educational work experience required. Must have reliable transportation, valid Nevada Driver's License and liability insurance. Starting salary: $8,910 annually. Applications accepted at EOB office 2228 Comstock Drive through April 30, 1978. AN [QUAl OffOITUNUV • AFfllMATn/I ACTION MftOril ntt pumis S6S-0466 FOR SALE New Douglas 4 ply Polyester tire k wheel base, 825x14, $35 564-5888 Hdn. STUDIO ROOM Private entrance k bath. No cooking. $50 wk. $150. iro. plus dep 564-9888. Hdn. -^ J msiu SUMUR k Also having training progj^ ram each Wed. night Isabetle's Beaaty 8aUn $34 BUr. Hwv. $M4$U. jKl. .-.jl^ I Country Tima Dog Grooming All BREED DOG 4 CAT GROOMING mSUTfUK AVAHAMJ SCIINCf oocraoo SCIfNCI nn FOR SALE • 24 X 44 Mobile home and lot. Mt. Vista Estates, all improvements. 2 bdr.lW baths. Call 203-S172 B.C ADVERTISERS PLEASE PROOF | Your ad the first day j in case an error occurs. The Henderson ^ Home News will asI sume no responsibility after the first day of publication. Error | 1^ claims must be made I I SHAKLEE PRODUCTS Virginia E. Sears I AalhoriMd Distributor 54-llM Hdn. We'll Call On Yu! PROFESSIONAL LAWN MAINTENANCE Call 565-9014 between 9 & 5 for free estimate. btunediately. .J For rent: Nice"2 bdrm unf^jrnished apartment Laundry facilities. Adults preferred. No pets. 147 Westminister Way No. C. 9*54683 CORRALS FOR RENT $20 a month Call after 7 p m. 293-3506 B C. HAIRDRESSER|WANTED full or part tiie FLOYD'S FASHION CURL, Please call 293 3529. B C. SPECIAL home TV service call, $5 00 off with this ad, good through June 30 Boul der City, TV 293-4441 BABYSITTING: Day or night while you shop anytime' 565-0693. For sal*Water bed frame. King siie, canopy style Unique Make offer. 584-5409 .•••••#• .•••b*>> .40 YEARS EXPERIENCE! ^TRIMMING AND REMOVING^ JTREES Serving HendersonJ • area. 293-2115 • • • Aluminum Storage Shed $50. You haul away Ph 564 5969. For sale 1969 Mobile Home 10 x^0. 2 bdrm Call after 5 p m 458 8427 from 9-8. or call 801 673 5974. GUNS Buy, MII, tral ATTENTION THi INCORE SHOf ot... 521 Ave. C it open fVom 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Expert clock witch repair, tiilorine ind alterations. nxnsNor 2f3<431 M3-277I Security leathers We buy gold and silver THE PAWN SHOP. 1212 N. Boulder Hwy 564-2876 la O I FOR RENT 2 bdr furnished apt $290. per month, adult section Call 293 4832 B C. • MANXt SIAMfSE • MIXIO KITTf NS • PAIAKEHS • MIXIO ntitku KmiNs • MIXIO CHIHUAHUA fUmiS FRK PICKUP DCUVERY H4i>. t Pittman Ac** Ontyl S65-0I39 1934 Ptttktcn. Handersan (Located in Buck Board Feed k Tack Bldg.) FOR SALE adorable Beagle, male, 1 yr old. very gentle. AKC registered, very cheap. 867 Del Rey No B. B.C. CUSTOM HOME • 3 bdrm 2 bath, family room, garage, over 2100 sq. ft Call 293 1287 EC. BUYING ALUMINUM cans, 19' lb clean aluminum 22< lb ACE HIGH SALVAGE 1100 Delhi, N Las Vegas, 89030 649-9949 or 642 4225 Elextrolux • representing Boulder City and Henderson 293 3644 or 384-9726 ask for Jim. —1 • • .—^ HENDERSON MAN, UNEMPLOYED, looking for odd jobs No job too small Call inytimc 969-6388 Hdn. RETIRING MUST SELL. Es tab Auto brokerage or Mobile home business. Work part or full time. Excel earnings Will teach. First $7500 2934755. B C. MM SERVICE Handymen carpentry, painting glass 4 mirror replacement, general repairs and maintenance 293-3353 No need to worry call MURRAY ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Open MMting: Wtd., 1:00 pm. PUBUC INVITED: 51 Water Strtet 54S.7073 SKIP'S HOMi REPAIR Remodeling, Pointing etc. 565-9349 BUYING; Aluminum cans. ir lb. Clean aluminum. 22' lb Ace High Salvage, 1100 Delhi 649 5949 642 4225 LV WANTED Dog Groomer. Part or full time No Sat or Sun BJsDogGrooming 969-9308 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. ^^^fi^^MttmmtmtmtmtitmtmmmimtmtttmmmMmt^^ V ^ /. mth .' ^ik

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Ht Norn* Nws, Hntfrson, Nvoo iwvfooy, junt Al, 1971 EMBER^US VEOAS IS MAND NEW 7t Hefty 2.3 litre 4 cylinder. 4 •peed, power steering, power front disc brakes, AIR. interior accent group, exterior decor group, dual sport mirrors, wire wKieel covers, t>odyside moldings, tinted glass, am radio, cloth & vinyl bucket scats.. America s favorite! #9919 IIUNONfWTI HATCHBACK. 3 door front wtieel drive, transverse 4 cylinder engine, 4 speed, power front disc brakes, tinted glass, H D. alternator ft battery. (4) cast aluminum wheels, body-side molding, bucket seats. Michelln tires. A dnving experlencel #7552 MANDNCWTI 3 OOOR: 2,3 litre 4 cylinder, automatic, power front disc brakes, Alf^, tinted glass, (4) way manual driver seat, bodyside molding, dual mirrors, wire wheel covers, cloth A vinyl seat trim, pin stripes. AM/FM, gauges, fold down rear seat. 'Limited editon." #9077 MUNIIIEWTI FUTURA 2 door. 6 cylinder, automatic, rack ftpinion ateering, front disc brakes, AIR, am radio, tirfted glass, bucket sests. accent paint stripes, deluxe wheel covers, bright exterior moldings. The Ford in your future* #9109 NMNO NEW *7S 2 DR 250 CIO 6 cylinder, automatic, power front disc brakes, AIR, am radio, WSW radials. tinted glass, HO group, bodyside moldings. Opera windows, wheel covers, bright extenor moldings, flight bench seat trim, bodyside 4 decklid stripes Compare it to cars costing thousands more #8775 '5095 BRAND NEW 78 2 OR 351 V-8, automatic, power steering, power front disc brakes, sports touring package, color keyed belts, AIR, HR78X14 tires, am radio, tinted glass, dual sport mirrors, rocker molding For the young at heart #9186 % 5695 BIUNO NEW 71 2 DR. 351 V-8 automatic, power steering, power front disc brakes, AIR, am radio, tinted glass, bodyside moldings, bumper guards, rocker molding, dual accent stripes, HR78X15 WSW, remote mirror, LTD sound package Your better idea leader #8278 '5795 MAND NEW '71 4 OR 351 V-8. iu0. bodyside moldings Limited edition • 9249 H)095 SPECIAL PURCHASE! LEASE BRAND NEW 78 4 DOOR 6 cylinder engine, automatic transmission, power steering, power front disc brakes, AIR CONDITIONING, tinted glass, cut pile carpet, cloth seat trim, CK78x14 radials. FOUR TO CHOOSE FROM. Stock #8539, #8544, #8542, & #8541. SPECIAL PURCHASE PRICE $ 4695 71 MM nCKUF 6 cylinder 3 speed transmission, low mount swing lock mirrors, H D step bumper #8891 $ 79" Mo. • Tax VaarrriMiy FeH iMMMa 36 month open ertd lease on approved crOdil down payment $129 3a. caprtalited cost S4&7i>. total ol paymcnlt (2877 M. depreciation SI67&. residuel value $2775. ollicial laas and ta>es S372 33 Customer responsible lor residual at end •( leaie. lessee election to terminate subiect to applicable clW^M. baaad sn 15.000 miles per year 71 PINTO RUNAMWT AIR, automatic, power sleerirM^, a.n radio, exterior decor group. WSW. tinted glass 912S s 95? • Ua 36 month open end leeso on approved ctdtl. (toem payment St79 3fl. capitalxcd cost S4600 total ot payments t3S51 se, Mpreciation S272S residual value S22S0. olticisi teas and lases $343 32 Customer responsiple lor residual at ertd ot lease lessee election to terminate subtect to applicable criarg** based en t5 OOO miles per year FRIENDLY FORD'S ANNUAL ALLOWANCE FMENOLII TOP DOLUR for your TRADE ...PAiD FOR OR NOTH Jour EQUITY prolNiMy iMKO your DOWN PAYMENTH SAVE HUNDREDS!! ,....,,,_/FOR MCilEAiEi AILNA7I0N WIU MAKE YON iHU SiULES Iff MEANS mruTf fn ^i0IIN Monuimntal SELECTION Fast, Friendly On-the-Spot FINANCING! IMMEDIATE DELIVERY! BUY OR LEASE! j Kn Tl MlirM Ml HTMB IWmtlMr Mi WilMMlii 666 K. DECATUR PHONE 870-7221 jiifmCTTrf UUS NlWtt fell Ml-llil M MMMV tm MTHMT AAIN. M KATS OLY ran DEALT USE:, CARS? wtsiu IM HST mmuu TNfKST! SPECIAL PURCHASE 71 TNUNOCIIIIIIO 2 DR. JISTAtlllKl WIN MCI MVimil! V-4, automatic, powrer sleerlno 4 tiraktB. air, vioyl top. am radio. WSW radials 4 to cttooia from." H)995 USED CAR SPECIALS 78 CHEV "HOVA" 2 DR /6 PONT SUNBIRD 3387 1997 71 OMYSLU IIEWPOir 4 N v-8, aulO p S Ab air, viAyl top. IM, t cruise, AM/FM Showroom | t)w.' P3142 Was S3995 \ • NT ^ HU 74 PONTIM "CATALNU" V-8, aulonriatic, power slecring A brakes. 8ir. vinyl top, cruise, radio, WSW Big car room? 84e4A ""s" x292 n MERCURY "MARQUIS BRHM 't V f' .Hi!' j [I A* )" 2997 2527 74FMt'nil4ir V-8, auiomatic, powar siaarifg, •>I Ira cool)r>g, gaugaa. iMmpar Oo anyw^era 4M4 •flMjig^T.^^ ^^ ECONOMY SPECIALS 74 fMTo •urMor 4 cylinder, auiomatic. air. rack. WSW lires, bucket aeals Forda compact wagotv Was $2995 v\' 7BQ8B *£t99 74 BUICK LeSABRE 2177 71 FW •tMVmCK" 2 M 6 cyllrtder. lulomallc, power sieerirtg, air, am radio, WSW. "Economy Irartsporlalion' Was Sf 495 ;4 MA:DA RX* MACO^ Mp4A S97 2262 TIIKIC. IIM^WS IMNMMM" V-8. automatk:, M power, vinyl fop, AM/FV. Irif wheat, WSW Every comfort option." ltR753. Was S? 195 S' • • MT • 1666 77 FORD THUNDERBIKD 5697 71 cmn 'mw YomM umr FuM power, AM/FM lilt A cruise, ralya wtiaaia Comfortable drtving P307S Was $3495 S Mtr ^ iOl USED TRUCK SPECIALS 741 4 cytindar. 4 speed, WSW tiraa, pm stripes mfles 8054AT Was S3395 ,'4 CHfV Bia.'tH 1-4 7SPTt* 4 cytlndar, 4 rack. raHye wagon." *8S5j Waa i3495 J. air, boeketa. I. economy ;() TOYOIA SH5 hiTCHBil.k 3887 2667 4572 77 FORD GRANADA 4182 71 ma •x-if cusTiir 6 cylinder, air, gauges, mirrors. H 0 bumper Pertaci truck lor Dad P30/8T Was $4294 S 4 cylinder 4 speed, aw, eMterter decor WSW. am radio, bwckcta "Double clean. Was S3b9S %i ;8 FORO FIESM 3492 77Pit-iTr V-8. auto, paAb. air, pwr dowa. nil. radio, radials Only 12,000 mMes •PVM 73 CMfV CUSTOM DEL 10 Was $5195 '4497 2727 3573 71 FM MTf "IMMT 4 cyMndar. 4 apaed. air, interior A aiterior decor, buckala, am radio. EcoTMmy wagoa •176^^ "IT ^776 yy^ ^ord 1171 TRUCKS f NEVMNrS "OmCML' TRUCK HEAOQUARTEIIS Pickup, 10OOCC tngina. 6' box. 4 ipMd tranamiasien. tinted glM, WSW tirM 0261. '3899 Flontl EHMann 35 Fritadly, courttous SALESMEN TO SERVE YOUS FRIENDLY FORD IS DETERMINED TO llME FORD DEALER IN TNE WESTH THE LAROEST VOL; iuy tht FriMKNy Wiy. In FRIENDLY FORD COUNTRYH^ iiii PHtnii Cutlom ttylMld*. 300 CIO. low mount mirrort, roor sMp ptintod bumper, (6) rrtxIS 4 pty tkM. #8862 u\ Cuttent ttylMtde pickup. 361 V-6. kntttod vinyl $••(. oau98, automatic, powar siMrtng. nWrrors, AIR. aupar cooling pacfcaga, tHimpar, raar atap paintad. •8M3 '414e 5986 ifyiMRiiiiifii 136" W.B.. curgo van. flxod raar giaaa. bucfcata drtvtr A' pasaartoar, InatrufnanftMon Oraup, low mount mlrrfr^; powor brakoa. (6) 07&1 tiraa. aHdlna aid* door maZ. tra cooHrtg padiaoa, pewtf alaailnp. ctvoma bumptra.' #8607 I I ACUrUNCniRB ArthrllU, banitis, mifralM, ailkma, •llcrgy, iiraka. Mlalica, itaai. gaat, praatalt. LOOKING to buy a home in Bulder City? See Henderiwi Realty ad or call M4 OTlS. For sale • 70 Toyota Land cruiser, V 8, P S Posi, new Itfca. many extras. 13100. C41I an49QS B c fOR SALE, Must sell (2) com • flete model homes of new fcrniture. Everything from hed.s to dinette sets, wholesale prices. 293 4755 B.C. '70 Barracuda forsate Exc condition, auto • air 4.S6 posi traction Many extras. Must see $1895 870 3472. Keef trying. 0ritr liHtfwtiam "" Private A Group Sessions Lear To Piay in Just 12 Easy Les-L •ofia! By Qualined Inttrvctor,! BUDDY GILLARD. IntrJduc tory Evaluation Lciion, For, Appointment Or Additional In-j formation l>MONI • M$-Mt. \ SILVER ROWE KENNELS! I Dog k cat Boarding — Training in Kennel h Classei AKC Alaskan Malamute Puppiea and Stud Service. Wayne Nl S64-1983 Hod Daolan! For rent: 2 hdrm Townsite home $250 per mo Call 453 1372 HENDERSON by owner 4 bdrm 2 bth Carport, extras Appraised at $40,000 NO agents 205 Ash St Hdn 565-71.m If ShakespearIShp Evinrudc ; motor. trailer. $890. :S5-7472 • iI'KEE Great Dane. Dalmatian. Afghan.German short • hair, and a good selection of mixed breed dogs. cats, rupples ii kittens.'Donations are accepted k badly needed. Animal Adoption Center 361-34M HENDERSON family home in lovely neighborhood. 3 hdrm. \\ bth. completely redecorated, carpet, drapes, etc. Large well appointed kitchen, loads of REAL wood cabinets. Spacious utility room & storeroom, completely fenced yard. Mature landscaping, sprinkling system. Must see! By owiier after 4OO58S-0412. Professional Musician offering lessons at all levels. In trumpet, trombone, tuba and all other brass initruments Also Jazz and Rock Keyboards, plus keyboard theory Be flrst in any band on your instrument Call Ted Llenhard at 905-7099. Jire you living with a Drink -' ing Problem??? If so. why net try Al • Anon Meetings are Tues 10 a.m. St. Timothys Episcopal Church Tues 8 p m Club. 51 Water St Wed 7:30 pm St Rose de Lima Hosp For more infonnstion, call 58 99W EXPERIENCED CARPENTER j fast, work by the hr. Fram-| ing. rooms, additions, fenc-| ing. etc. 293 1799 B.C j Wanted Lady fbr part time ot fice work Must have experience Call Kelly Glass. 451 • 9302. CMMSTIAN DAY CAti Kindergarten Readiness Loving Care Creative Learning Experiences Social Development Siti nt UtWi SN. m-lMO WANTA SELL A RATHER LARGE PET? tFor fast rrsuIlK ^"Paper Sfower ... 0M riasaified • ^•fraof I: ]H6ndnon Hemt Nwr %^\^ aty Nws vn-rwi Hvnderton Horn* Ntwi, Htndcrton, Ntvodo 0 to marke Coming Soon WORTH WAITING H)R WtlBuk Comslock '*'^'* Homes Donate your unwanted freezer meal, aluminum cans, old carpet & items for a thrift store. Help the homeless animals. Animal Adoption Center 361-2484 For sale almost 2 acres View lot. sub 11. $39,000 owner 293-1814. $800 RFWARD for the return or recovery of all steel wood top Ubie apprex. SXZO ft. In site, take a from rear af Henderson Home News office within me Isst < months. Na questions asked. Call RosaLec al sa-lgll. Hdn. NEED A CAR? New in town' Old in Town? No credit? Short time on the job? Only $100, $200.'$300 or $400 downl Need an Automobile to get around' Contact us. We approve our own con. tracts. Instant delivery We will pickyoli upli bring you to our car lot. Just telephone 564 5909 Nevada Auto Sales 1813 N BIdr. Hwy Henderson. Nev One block south of Sunset Blvd & Bldr Hwy FOR SALE: 14' Uniflite boat 18 hp. Evinrude motor w trailer, canopy, 2 gas tanks. I gas can. Johnson Electric Starter, life preservers. Licensed through June. 1979. Good condition. Good fishing boat $1000 firm. Can be seen at 218 Zinc after 5 It on weekend.s. Or call 985-7029 after 9, anytime weekends Hdn. FIEE FILM OR CASH DISCOUNT ON ALL FILMS,' Frinted aad dcvelapeg at VANS NEVADA DRUG. BOtLDER CITV. NV, 1977 CUSTOM Sonara Spanish model. 24xS4. Mt. Vitta estates, will sell property with home. Call 293 1744, BC Free: Glass, mirror 4 lumber cutoffs. Kelly's Glass 5642103. SHAKLEE PRODUCTS Rhoda D. Hagadone Authorized Distributor 293-4350 B C We'll Call On You!. For sale '73 Kingston; 12 ( 60.2 bdrm. IW bth furnished $7000 Ph. 565 7061 after 5 pm. mOtOAItl tMt*f*ttf. H'wiai'i MMI. $7S. CM llm, rww fM^. Oi. FrMitr. 1]S cu. ft. Ntw cwnprnMC, $100. S4-ia4l. FOR SALE One Spanish Hand Carved Black Walnut Dining Room Table and Chairs. Vase type legs connected by reverse type ski alike Arco 1790 1810 Vintage. Licensed appraisal $3000. account. Storage problems. Will sell for $1090 Original up bolstering on the chairs 223 VanWagenen Ph. 9-6826. WILL BUY Scrap copper. Brass, Batteries. Will pickup Call from 12 00 p.m. to eOOpm 96$-Oa99 Babysitter • housekeeper wanted Call 965^893 aftcrO p m. PM RENT • EMrhMalM. IN irUNITT •OAIO O* CUIK COUNTT TMdMf II Must have at least 3 years of successful teaching experience including supervisory and general administrative responsibility Bachelor's degree preferred. Starting salary: $10,970 annually TMttwf I Must have at least 6 hours of special training in Early childhood or Primary education and experience working with infants Starting salary: $9,490 annually. dtiid Family Vititw Social or Educational work experience required. Must have reliable transportation, valid Nevada Driver's License and liability insurance. Starting salary: $8,910 annually. Applications accepted at EOB office 2228 Comstock Drive through April 30, 1978. AN [QUAl OffOITUNUV • AFfllMATn/I ACTION MftOril ntt pumis S6S-0466 FOR SALE New Douglas 4 ply Polyester tire k wheel base, 825x14, $35 564-5888 Hdn. STUDIO ROOM Private entrance k bath. No cooking. $50 wk. $150. iro. plus dep 564-9888. Hdn. -^ J msiu SUMUR k Also having training progj^ ram each Wed. night Isabetle's Beaaty 8aUn $34 BUr. Hwv. $M4$U. jKl. .-.jl^ I Country Tima Dog Grooming All BREED DOG 4 CAT GROOMING mSUTfUK AVAHAMJ SCIINCf oocraoo SCIfNCI nn FOR SALE • 24 X 44 Mobile home and lot. Mt. Vista Estates, all improvements. 2 bdr.lW baths. Call 203-S172 B.C ADVERTISERS PLEASE PROOF | Your ad the first day j in case an error occurs. The Henderson ^ Home News will asI sume no responsibility after the first day of publication. Error | 1^ claims must be made I I SHAKLEE PRODUCTS Virginia E. Sears I AalhoriMd Distributor 54-llM Hdn. We'll Call On Yu! PROFESSIONAL LAWN MAINTENANCE Call 565-9014 between 9 & 5 for free estimate. btunediately. .J For rent: Nice"2 bdrm unf^jrnished apartment Laundry facilities. Adults preferred. No pets. 147 Westminister Way No. C. 9*54683 CORRALS FOR RENT $20 a month Call after 7 p m. 293-3506 B C. HAIRDRESSER|WANTED full or part tiie FLOYD'S FASHION CURL, Please call 293 3529. B C. SPECIAL home TV service call, $5 00 off with this ad, good through June 30 Boul der City, TV 293-4441 BABYSITTING: Day or night while you shop anytime' 565-0693. For sal*Water bed frame. King siie, canopy style Unique Make offer. 584-5409 .•••••#• .•••b*>> .40 YEARS EXPERIENCE! ^TRIMMING AND REMOVING^ JTREES Serving HendersonJ • area. 293-2115 • • • Aluminum Storage Shed $50. You haul away Ph 564 5969. For sale 1969 Mobile Home 10 x^0. 2 bdrm Call after 5 p m 458 8427 from 9-8. or call 801 673 5974. GUNS Buy, MII, tral ATTENTION THi INCORE SHOf ot... 521 Ave. C it open fVom 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Expert clock witch repair, tiilorine ind alterations. nxnsNor 2f3<431 M3-277I Security leathers We buy gold and silver THE PAWN SHOP. 1212 N. Boulder Hwy 564-2876 la O I FOR RENT 2 bdr furnished apt $290. per month, adult section Call 293 4832 B C. • MANXt SIAMfSE • MIXIO KITTf NS • PAIAKEHS • MIXIO ntitku KmiNs • MIXIO CHIHUAHUA fUmiS FRK PICKUP DCUVERY H4i>. t Pittman Ac** Ontyl S65-0I39 1934 Ptttktcn. Handersan (Located in Buck Board Feed k Tack Bldg.) FOR SALE adorable Beagle, male, 1 yr old. very gentle. AKC registered, very cheap. 867 Del Rey No B. B.C. CUSTOM HOME • 3 bdrm 2 bath, family room, garage, over 2100 sq. ft Call 293 1287 EC. BUYING ALUMINUM cans, 19' lb clean aluminum 22< lb ACE HIGH SALVAGE 1100 Delhi, N Las Vegas, 89030 649-9949 or 642 4225 Elextrolux • representing Boulder City and Henderson 293 3644 or 384-9726 ask for Jim. —1 • • .—^ HENDERSON MAN, UNEMPLOYED, looking for odd jobs No job too small Call inytimc 969-6388 Hdn. RETIRING MUST SELL. Es tab Auto brokerage or Mobile home business. Work part or full time. Excel earnings Will teach. First $7500 2934755. B C. MM SERVICE Handymen carpentry, painting glass 4 mirror replacement, general repairs and maintenance 293-3353 No need to worry call MURRAY ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Open MMting: Wtd., 1:00 pm. PUBUC INVITED: 51 Water Strtet 54S.7073 SKIP'S HOMi REPAIR Remodeling, Pointing etc. 565-9349 BUYING; Aluminum cans. ir lb. Clean aluminum. 22' lb Ace High Salvage, 1100 Delhi 649 5949 642 4225 LV WANTED Dog Groomer. Part or full time No Sat or Sun BJsDogGrooming 969-9308 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. ^^^fi^^MttmmtmtmtmtitmtmmmimtmtttmmmMmt^^ V ^ /. mth .' ^ik

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Hcndtrton Hmt Nwt, Htrtdtrton, Ntvo^ 10 Tuttdoy, Jwfw 27, 1971 PUT IT IN THE iJf:l(lf:l'P FOR RESUUS j. MA.O-i I I Bosic Reolty Realtor 3 Army Street Henderson 564-1553 C.2 LOT on Lake Mead Drive, Reasonable AIR CONDITIONED 3 Bdrm. one bath home; fenced .^ard. quick move in Owner Licensee WE'RE HERE TO HEUM If there is any way we can assist you in the field of Real Estate, please don t hesitate to contact us at Basic Realty. KEurs OUSS A MIRROI CO.' Complete Glass Services 5700 Boulder Highway 24 Hr, Service 564^2103 or 451-5153 r PHIUIPS RADIO i TV EXPERT SERVICE ALL MAKES & MODELS [COLOR TV-STEREOJ RG/I wrrm SALES & SERVICE Hemdon Smith, Broker BBWR M^^SSw NOW RENTING • spicei in beautlfal all-adnli Gingerwood Mobile Parli. Enjoy carefree living with our Mlar heated awimming pool, therapy pool, recreation hall, shufflcboard courts, planned recreation. Etc. 2M-1MS. H.MRSTYLIST WANTED Sta lions for rent S65-035S Hdn FIRST TIME OFFERING old established drive • in restaurant in B.C. Sperializ ing in Breasted Chicken, soft ice cream and yogurt. All details available in office only. Boulder Realty Realtor 293 3232 B C For rent: 1, 2. 4 3 bdrm trail ers S30 to $60 wk Call 56S7763 or 565 7141 Hdn. SAND. GRAVEL, TOT SOIL LANDSCAPE ROCK. Call ZM-ZaS. B.C Owner ]ut completed beauti ful large custom home in Henderson 3 bdrm.. 2 bath, overslted master bdrm. w • large walk in closets. 2 car garage, circular drive, c6vered patio, large fam room w-fireplaceft sunken living rm Located on • < acre w • landscaping 4 automatic sprinkler system $83,500 451 2075 Principles as STARS Of TOIMORROW ARE BEING BORN TODAY { AT DANCE THEATRE WEST lr SUMMER WORKSHOP July 25—Aug. IS films, fun i prim Registtr NOWl Jail-To^Acrobotic on6 Bollot Storting og* 2up ax" JK ag ForaH your ^-*. insurance ^^\/^ "" \W^ FARMERS \ INSURANCE! GROUP DiiMvcf th* Arto Large 3 bedroom 2 bath house on 2 acres zoned for horses. Plenty of room for pool. Eves. 565-6897. S Acrtt Zoitod R.E. In SMtiwi 17 Very desirable area. Unobstructed Panoramic view of entire valley. Eves. 585-6897. Commercial land 2.35 acres close to proposed K Mart planned shopping Complex. Don't miss this one. Eves. 565-6897. V<| Acrt • SMtien 19 Water & Sewer near. Super buy for building new house. Eves. 565-6897. Commercial Preporty Situated on Boulder Highway adjacent to propposed site of K-Mart. Great potential for BaskinRobins type store, car wash, etc. Eves. 565-68J7. Vivian Erickson.....•,,,,,, •...58V9453 Katherine Mitchell 565^897 Jerry Bergcmcyer 381-7193 Diane Barlow ••••<•••••••••...... ..964.2332 James Smalle> .; 9645418 Open Mon. (Km Set. For sale 2\" TV, 2 boy's bikes, swag lamp, blue lined drapes w valance A sheen, golf clubs w caddy, aluminum screen door, guppy fish Call 564-2702 LICENSED REAL ESTATE SALESPEC'LE NEEDED Call 565-8M& Hdn DUANE RHODES CONSTRUCTION LOCAl DCAlfR FOR FASHION CAMNITS Featuring solid oak frames with oak and ash veneer doors. Self closing hinges 1 year full warranty New Construction or remodelling. FtK ISTIMATiS Dennis Cnnn 293-390 ^ e'nff* 293-13S4 ADVERTISERS PLEASE PROOF j Your ad the first day | in case an error ocI curs. The Boulder City \ l^arn to drive with Las Vegas School of Driving. Specializing in nervous A handicapped persons. All ages. Day A evening instruc tion. Free home pickup. 732-7664 1975 CMC Jimmy. 400 Ck4 WD. air, AM • FM radio, roll bar, new tires A shocks 34000 miles, excell. cond Call 293-4681 after 5 and on weekends. B.C. 0 PC Salesgirl over 21. must be able to sell, interviews daily between 10 and 4. Come to the GOLD STRIKE Reservation Center. 2 miles from Hoover Dam. Furnished trailer • 1 bdrm.. small $110. Adults only Trailer spaces: 8' wides, clean, shady, adult park. 565-7013-458-4062. • •••••••••• •^ SOiAPMcm • New. beautiful 4 bdrm home,* 2S bath*. 3 car garage, family* rm fireplace. Never lived in • Call 565^08 ^ For sale: White Frigidaire A stove. $120. Ph. 964 5919 Atmoiit new. SEWING MACHINE • VACUUM CLEANER repair. Sorcnsen's Sewing Center. 509 Ave C 293^3770. DESERT i TRIM SHOP I Custom Upholstery 1 1680 Nev Hwy B.C. 293-4939 | Autos. Furniture. Etc.! FREEEST.PU ADel -An-j tique Cars A St. Rods a spc-| clalty. 20 YRS EXPERIENCE J Wanted: Male Female for survey work A polling. $3.00 hr. Ph 385-7271. TUTORING: Grammar, composition, spelling and basic math. Individual help from understanding, fully qualified teacher. Phone 293-4725 B.C. For rent: Beauty shop. 2130 S. Boulder Highway. 569-9965 or 585-9712. Service ^ 131 Wiur ^B ^^^Hnt4ert*^^H UTTER TO THE EMTOR News will assume no responsibility after j the first day of publiI cation. Error claims must be made immediately. I oviiunis ANONYMOUS: Wed night. 7 o'clock. CT Sewell School Rm 11. Ph 93^1898 or 569-9880 MCTAPHYSICAL STUDY GROUP Tcochinf mdHation, lelf-owortneu ond purpM. Spiritvol growth Hirovgh understanding end lv. CATHERINE 293-35t2 I.C TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Mrs. Edith Dicicey has been assigned to the office of the Coordinator for the Association of Henderson Industrial Trades, a non profit organization dedicated to pursue, attract and encourage clean compatible industry, warehousing, distribution centers and corporate offices to locate within the City of Henderson, Nevada. Mrs. Dickey is a volunteer member of the Retired Senior Volunteer Program and was assigned by Mrs. Mable Heenan. the RSVP Coordinator for Henderson, Nevada. Mrs. Dickey has faithf^illy served the Association of Henderson Industrial Trades for the past nine months and now has determined to take a well deserved vacation and take care of personal and busineii affairs that have been set aside in behalf of the organitation. Mrs. Dickey's responsibilities include the handling of outgoing mail to thousands of industries throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico and some foreign industrial interests. Further, Mrs. Dickey assisted the Coordinator in establishing the agenda for the regular meeting of organizations membership, the Board of Trustees and the Committee Meetings. Each member was called regularly for each and every meeting. Mrs. Dickey handled the appointments for the Coordinator during his absence from the association office. During the absence of Mrs. Dickey, the Basic High School Training Program will provide a part time student to assist the Coordinator in clerical responsibility. Therefore, on behalf of the Association Members, the Officers, the Board of Trustees and the Coordinator, we all wiah you, Mrs. Dickey a pleasurable vacation and we will miss you and look forward to your return in September. Again, have a beautiAll summer. (s) Donald M. Dawson Coordinator >> Henderson Realty ^ REALTOR 18 Water Street Hk. 544.251 S DUANE G. LAUBACH. REALTORIT'S A BEAUTY j Two bedroom one bath condo, upgraded carpet, drapes; thruout. Call Henderson Realty to see. 564-2515 NONE CAN COMPARE \ With this 5 bedroom. 3 bath beauty. Family room. Uun-; dry room, wet bar, patioi and even more. Call to tee. ::| 564-251S. r HAVE YOUR HORSE AND RIDE IT TOO When you live in this 3 bedroom. 1^ bath home. Double : garage, desert landscaping and block wall Plenty of j room for horse and pool. Priced in the low 50's. To see, : c%ll the "Property People" at Henderson Re>ijty, 564-2915. TWO YEAR OLD CUSTOM HOME I'l 3 bedroom, IH bath stucco, oversized 2 car garage, plus a sunken living room and family room with Tireplace. Priced at $69,990 Call 564-2519 for more details. i;| PRESTIGIOUS AREA IN LAS VEGAS Plenty of privacy on this large lot Block wall on three sides, room for R.V. or boat parking. Lovely family area opening onto backyard. MISSION HILLS MANSION 4 bedroom. 3 bath on one l\i\\ acre. Perfect two family home. Beautlftil view of the valley. Call 564-2515. 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 deUils, 564-2515. Duane Laubach.~ „. Gary Robinson... Iris Bletsch Rosa Herwick Jackie Wooldridge EInora Turner Barbara Marshall ...9856887 ..J65-9081 ...293-4578 ..J8JHf747 ...964-1363 ...985-9393 ...565-9240 BOULDER CITY PROPERTIEF~:i A t GOLF COURSE AREA NEHf... ready for occupancy this month 3 LARGE bedrooms. 2 FULL baths. Beautiful Rosecrest cabinets throughout, lots of ceramic tile, central vacuum, h^gc closets, family room with fireplace, cathedral ttdfut living room, large lot SPACIOUS, SPECIAL AND SPANISH Don't wait, call on this lovely home ioi'ty. 293-4978. evenings and weekends. ULTRA CUSTOM SPANISH TWO-STORY ^^^ Across ftom 8th fairway GOLF COUSE. lOOxlOO fe ^^ lot Room for recreation vehicles, desert landacape.'XI?^] thony swimming pool and bathhouse. 3 LARGE bed-sl rooms. 3 baths. Formal living and dining room. Family Sj room with fireplace, country kitchen. Roseereatsl cabinets. Karastan carpet custom draperies through-^] out Designed for energy conservation, family living. See 2] this BEAUTY TODAY 293-4978 eveoings and week-ends. =] **i FANTASTIC VIEW GOLF COURSE AND MOUNTAINS =1 Under construction ... call NOW for details on this 3=] bedroom, 2 bath well built home. 293-4978evenings and =| week-ends. *" TWO FOR THE PRICE OF ONE TWO homes, TWO loU. fenced ... UNDER $50,000. Ap-=i pointment only. CALL TODAY. 293-4578 evenings and z] weekends. WE HAVE LAKE MEAD VIEW LOTS AND ACREAGE... =| Call the "PROPERTY PEOPLE' at Henderson Realty. = I 964-2919. Experience and service at Henderson Realty. Open 7=1 days a weeli and evenings. Save time and money witli z\ professional service and local representation We have El other homes .. Call us today and let us lih and sell your rI home for you ... the "PROPERTY PEOPLE" can And just z\ the right home for you and your family. Selling your home^ Let us sell it for you Call today and ^l learn the advantages of listing with an MLS Realtor. r| Henderson Realty. Inc.. 964-2519. How to get the Henderson Home News delivered to your home ne Meal way to lafec Ike HeMefaM iMae News If kjr CMveaiail, Urllly hm Mlvtry. "The CMH* batow la aU JFM M4 t* alart Bnlll • • • 4arMB.Nen4alMU Start delivery or the Henderson Home News to my hoiM at the rale of $7,00 per year; $5.00 for 6 • oaUit; $3.00 for 3 OMsUu. • MtM* 'J I J Hendtrsw H^n. Ntm, Henderson, Nvd Tgtdy, Jwno 27, 1971 1 I _4 BEDROOM^NICE-$64,900!! A nice, well kept t^oint In 8 year ol(J a||l||)M^lioo4. Possession Sefilmbor. .JWO NEW CUItOM HON|;$, UNDER CONSTRUC TION. $71,500 eadl -MOBILf HOMIft. IN GINGERWOOD!! .', n X 60 2 bedroomawnings, etc. $16,400. Immediate occupancy. "MEW 14 X 88!! In GIngerwood $17,900. 12 X 64 BROADMORE 2 bedroomadults only in M&M Park. Immediate Occu pancy. $19,500. 2 BEDROOM. 1 Bath. 14 X 70 on Mt Vista lot $40,500.00 2 BEDROOM. 2 BATH ON LOT Beautiful. In Las Vegas. $39,500. 26 X 80 SPLIT LEVEL. 1908 Square Feet Liveablerireplicebeautifulon ...iflt $54,900. 2 BEDROOM2 BATH $39,9001! In Mountain Vista. The only one Kit. A (ood buy. In .,eludes the lot. -BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. 3 CHAIR BARBERSHOP $2,490 00$890 dowiv$100 a month. OFFICE OR BUSINESS LOCATIONS AVAILABLE AT $200 PER MONTH. i: COMMERCIAL SPACE AVAILABLE. $250. PER ;.3|P,NTH. ij'i", -LOTS^ 4 lots only $95,000. Two have fantastic view of the lake. MLS THE DOME iit.o^ 29$-U13 CM-3MT '—.. RickShoa ... W R rwiBRie Gark) Pat Shuman „... Tom Bryan Diaaa Leseberg.—...... Jane Maaaea _-.. 29fl482 -.J-419S ....2ft -3305 ....J8-M48 .... -1M2 ... -$479 416 Nevada HifkwBy Boulder City. Nevada tt3-3232 WEEKLY Rooms-Kitchenettes Utilitiei k Linens Pum Color TV's • Air Cond. Ph. Linda. 451-3445. TWO BDR! APTS. AVAILABLE DESERT GARDENS. 205 RANDY WAY. PH. 985-M51. HDN. Sorensen's Sewing Center Diat of P W.S. Water Distillen. 909 Ave C B C 2934770 I OF TOWN: Nicer 3 L0aiy$ll9. Ne lease Ki* Carpeted tfereitghovt ^yyard More 3a5-9l01. I Rentals. I ALE nil It I alti •If red, alRiost atw. lOial-a.Mikitw ;•***•! reekar. HL INf MHI HktQt lee Cream Shfppt NatarsI Neetor Ice Cream • Cones • Sundaes • MalU M4 Nev. Hwy.. • £. FOR RENT • 1 bdrm fUm. apt No children, no pets Older eoapla preferred $110. no. Call 984-9481. Hdn. VERY CLEAN 4 NICE looking Ooll iMuae for rent. 3 bdrm, I bfth Located ia Hsaderaaa. Please call for meie IRlrmatio& MB-7S96 • f HELP WANTED EipcriciKed Coametlcian Apply ia person. Nevada Drvg. B.C. • > Five Speed Stinfray kleycie far sale. $30. t4lM. •* •• 1964 Great Lakea. 10 i 90 mobile boBie, J bdrm., 101 M add ••. eiMll. eeM.. HOOOIM-13401 HENDERSON • 1 am back, teaching! Piano.,organ. accordian, vocal, arr etc. Gladys Tulloch. 564 2908 Hdn. __, HELP WANTED Mechanic Own tools, experienced Salary ft Commission Uniform furn. Hdn Texaco, Lake Mead ft Water Sta.. Hdn. LOST vicinity of Trlr. Estates, •ale Irish Setter, large, wearing Hdn license No. •99. 5650855 work No. 984-2552 ext 24. KIDS. PETS OK. Roomy 2 bdrm. mobile. Furn Bills paid. $250. Valley Rentals 3*9-5901. FOR SALE Love seat and sofa, excel cond. $179 firm iMmHdn. Telescope tot ulc. 8 in. reflector type. adapUble for clock drive, and pbotograpbiag. |335.]S3m3B Lost: 5 no old Black Lab fenalc. BIk Mtn. area. 4 yr.old'i Pet. Aaswera ta "Bingo". REWARD Please call 964-1343 or t7$-4633. ll T i l. I It. ^ I.I 1176 Plato runaboHt Good f adtltaa ftir. htaur, ft radio. Amomatic ^. $3308i ft.B076. Ma)or Appliance sales ft service 529 Nev Highway B.C. PORTER ELECTRIC MOBILE HOME FOR SALE • 2 b^rm., 2 canopies, air, skirted, porch, shed, landscaped, GIngerwood Park. 293-4813. B C. J^B 'Ikwe is na auMtuto far liporieoca." ^H nCK BIAR REALTY-BROKER 833 NEVADA HWY. 293-2171 or 293-3402 n u „ • AFTER HOURS CALL Bob Blair 203-2049 Carl Cowan..^ 293-1498 Andrea Anderson 293-2158 Katie Cartlidge 293-225^ Michele Hess 2B3-390e TEDDVS KITCHENETTES Just bring your toathbraah" 2931718 ippttts Construction FREE ESTIMATES REMODELING PATIO COVERS ADDITIONS DeVan Tippetts (owner) Lie No 13904 PH 565 095e NEED TO SEU YOUR HOUSE? WE WIU BUY IT NOWl CMII 293-1613 O.A. "Cwrly" SmHS, Inc. Licensed ft bonded. Electrical contract PORTER ELECTRIC 293-36-)8. DOES YOUR BATHROOM* MARLITE NEED REPLACING? Free EstimaUs. $•4^2111. Hdn PAINTER iaterior, exiertM', 18 vears experience. For free estimate, call 3864198. MOBILE HONES FOR RENT I. 2 ft 3 bdrm. furn. or unriirn Hrad Trlr. Haven &6S89 WASH CAR-TRUCK STORAGE ALL TYPES • aaaa—B>aBB8 M B( BOAT BARN ••606 22" CABIN CRUISER, inboard • outboard Saber Crfft. Approx. 300 hrs., with American Tandem Wheel Tilt Trailer. Taxes ft license paid to Jan. '79. $8000. 96^6211 PURCHASE l/bof a Cessna Iff $1S00 293-2323 Pooldcr City only. COLOR PICTURE TUBE SPECIAL. 2 yr. wa rra nty. $ 13t.9$ installed. Financing available. Boulder City TV aitd Stereo, 1319 Nev. Hwy., B.C. 2934441. LOW DEPOSIT:|Glantb • ONE BDRM APT. fVmiislMd, $290. per mo.. Room ft bath, $149 per mo. 9654434. I|dn I 'I AKC REG MINIATURE DOXIE FOR SALE 1 yr old m$h. Mack 4 t* Has all shots. Neutered. lot kids. $T&nLiMMerl Hdn. "a POSSIBLE INCOME PROPERTY, approx 3.300 sq It. 4 | bdrm., 2 fireplaces, den, sewing rm PRICE REDUCPO. TOWNHOUSE WITH LAKE VIEW, 2 bdrm, 2 bath, family i rm., new carpet, drapes, dishwasher, range S C. $54,500. LOVELY, 4 bdrm., ON GOLF COURSE, 2'^ bsfh. family rm., 2 | car garage, sprinklers, dbl oven, drapes. SEE THIS EXCELLENT TOURIST BUSINESS, includes bldg., Inven tory, fixtures, best location, PRICED TO SELL. SEE US! NEW HOME OVERLOOKS LAKE, 3 bdrm 2 bath, family rm 3 fireplaces, large garage, SEE US FOR INFO ON GOLF COURSE, terrific view. 4 bdrm 2 bath, 2 car gar age. MANY EXTRAS. LET US SHOW YOU THIS ONE LAKE MEAD LOTS, ft GOLF COURSE LOT, SEE US FOR INFO.! CLOSE TO SCHOOLS, 3 bdrm, H4 bath, garage, all appliances, sun deck, PRICED RIGHT!! FINE HOME. 3 bdrm ,2 bath, large dining rm, carpet, drapes, fenced, laundry rm carport, ONLY $58,00000 LAKETREET0WNH0USE,3 bdrm,2 bath, 2cargarage. pool facilities ft clubhouse. FINE BUY!! EXCELLENT LOCATION, 3 bdrm, 2 bath. 2 far garage, pool facilities ft clubhouse. FINE BUY!! EXCELLENT LOCATION. 3 bdrm ,2 balh. fireplace, family rm, lots of trees, fenced, sprinklers. SEE THIS! SPECTACULAR CUSTOM on \ ^cre lot, fanUstic view, now under construction, approx 4.000 sq (t. 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. HENDER.SON tOVj;LY HOME, 3 bdrm 1 bath, approx. 1.200 $d lnt9rity is owr sppand yowr invetlmenl dollars • Trslning in retail store managemeal provided • Personal help througli regular visits frnm Territory Sales Managir. • Miaifan investment of flO.OVia rcqnircd Fill in MWpon hr more intornaiioft. Smtit: VMSTflNAUTO sumvco. 1.0. UrMi P.O. In 1239 City of Indintry, CmM. •176 FREE FILM OR CA.SH DIS COUNT ON ALL FILMS, Printed and developed at VANS NEVADA DRUG. BOULDER CITY. NV. FOR RENT Priv'ate rooraa with kitchen $20 ft $25. per wk 293-1716 EC DRIVER'S LICENSE TESTS fuesday and Wednesday 1:48 am ta 12 nean -1 pm le 4:1S pm. City annex Civic Center 288 Water Street RoemC rARPENTER work by the hour, patiet, etc. Reaaenable. 73 5-8783 VEGAS TVPEWRITEI REPAIR laaitaekam. LM Vegas 18-73tS Our specialty, naed, rebuilt lypewrlten. Satiifactlon gnaraalaed. MSTANTCASH |1$tM3i4 Mertgage and Trust Deeds FRANK KOZAL 312-4236 870-6456 Ask yoer neighbor, be knows ne. TRAILERS FOR RENT BRAND NEWI 2 bedrooms, furnished Water ft tra.sh paid Vifto Mobile Home Pork 901 ftp. Boulder Hwy FOR RENT 2 bdrm apt $280 per mo. Includes drapes, refrigerator, disposal, carpet, storage, coin operated washer dryer 878^5001. or 451-7742 3UtfwSol — With approved house plan if needed. 293^1799. BC ttTOM PI C/IIR£TT RE/ILTY BROKER • UPGRADED GYM All new wiring and copper plumbing. Over 1000 sq. ft, 3 bdrm., 1 bath, family room. $37,500. UNKMIHOMC Fantastic view on golf course from enclosed porches. Ornate landscaping and interior. 2400 Sq Ft Make an appointment to see this one now. $85,000 • Di$iaA8U AHA Custom home near golf course. See • through fireplace between dining and living room 3 br 2 bath Priced right. $73,950 • -" Miu tors from $16,000... • S-P-A-C-l-O-U-S Over 3600 square feet of luxury home near golf eourie 4 Bdrm 2W batha. family room, wet ba;. game room' Price reduced $2400 PHONi 3*3-3333 Wiwlid>w.daie3.iy$ •* Hydn n3-)144 $S4I Cky.MV. • ^ iBHbitta -^m HMta rifa joai^ ^a

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Hcndtrton Hmt Nwt, Htrtdtrton, Ntvo^ 10 Tuttdoy, Jwfw 27, 1971 PUT IT IN THE iJf:l(lf:l'P FOR RESUUS j. MA.O-i I I Bosic Reolty Realtor 3 Army Street Henderson 564-1553 C.2 LOT on Lake Mead Drive, Reasonable AIR CONDITIONED 3 Bdrm. one bath home; fenced .^ard. quick move in Owner Licensee WE'RE HERE TO HEUM If there is any way we can assist you in the field of Real Estate, please don t hesitate to contact us at Basic Realty. KEurs OUSS A MIRROI CO.' Complete Glass Services 5700 Boulder Highway 24 Hr, Service 564^2103 or 451-5153 r PHIUIPS RADIO i TV EXPERT SERVICE ALL MAKES & MODELS [COLOR TV-STEREOJ RG/I wrrm SALES & SERVICE Hemdon Smith, Broker BBWR M^^SSw NOW RENTING • spicei in beautlfal all-adnli Gingerwood Mobile Parli. Enjoy carefree living with our Mlar heated awimming pool, therapy pool, recreation hall, shufflcboard courts, planned recreation. Etc. 2M-1MS. H.MRSTYLIST WANTED Sta lions for rent S65-035S Hdn FIRST TIME OFFERING old established drive • in restaurant in B.C. Sperializ ing in Breasted Chicken, soft ice cream and yogurt. All details available in office only. Boulder Realty Realtor 293 3232 B C For rent: 1, 2. 4 3 bdrm trail ers S30 to $60 wk Call 56S7763 or 565 7141 Hdn. SAND. GRAVEL, TOT SOIL LANDSCAPE ROCK. Call ZM-ZaS. B.C Owner ]ut completed beauti ful large custom home in Henderson 3 bdrm.. 2 bath, overslted master bdrm. w • large walk in closets. 2 car garage, circular drive, c6vered patio, large fam room w-fireplaceft sunken living rm Located on • < acre w • landscaping 4 automatic sprinkler system $83,500 451 2075 Principles as STARS Of TOIMORROW ARE BEING BORN TODAY { AT DANCE THEATRE WEST lr SUMMER WORKSHOP July 25—Aug. IS films, fun i prim Registtr NOWl Jail-To^Acrobotic on6 Bollot Storting og* 2up ax" JK ag ForaH your ^-*. insurance ^^\/^ "" \W^ FARMERS \ INSURANCE! GROUP DiiMvcf th* Arto Large 3 bedroom 2 bath house on 2 acres zoned for horses. Plenty of room for pool. Eves. 565-6897. S Acrtt Zoitod R.E. In SMtiwi 17 Very desirable area. Unobstructed Panoramic view of entire valley. Eves. 585-6897. Commercial land 2.35 acres close to proposed K Mart planned shopping Complex. Don't miss this one. Eves. 565-6897. V<| Acrt • SMtien 19 Water & Sewer near. Super buy for building new house. Eves. 565-6897. Commercial Preporty Situated on Boulder Highway adjacent to propposed site of K-Mart. Great potential for BaskinRobins type store, car wash, etc. Eves. 565-68J7. Vivian Erickson.....•,,,,,, •...58V9453 Katherine Mitchell 565^897 Jerry Bergcmcyer 381-7193 Diane Barlow ••••<•••••••••...... ..964.2332 James Smalle> .; 9645418 Open Mon. (Km Set. For sale 2\" TV, 2 boy's bikes, swag lamp, blue lined drapes w valance A sheen, golf clubs w caddy, aluminum screen door, guppy fish Call 564-2702 LICENSED REAL ESTATE SALESPEC'LE NEEDED Call 565-8M& Hdn DUANE RHODES CONSTRUCTION LOCAl DCAlfR FOR FASHION CAMNITS Featuring solid oak frames with oak and ash veneer doors. Self closing hinges 1 year full warranty New Construction or remodelling. FtK ISTIMATiS Dennis Cnnn 293-390 ^ e'nff* 293-13S4 ADVERTISERS PLEASE PROOF j Your ad the first day | in case an error ocI curs. The Boulder City \ l^arn to drive with Las Vegas School of Driving. Specializing in nervous A handicapped persons. All ages. Day A evening instruc tion. Free home pickup. 732-7664 1975 CMC Jimmy. 400 Ck4 WD. air, AM • FM radio, roll bar, new tires A shocks 34000 miles, excell. cond Call 293-4681 after 5 and on weekends. B.C. 0 PC Salesgirl over 21. must be able to sell, interviews daily between 10 and 4. Come to the GOLD STRIKE Reservation Center. 2 miles from Hoover Dam. Furnished trailer • 1 bdrm.. small $110. Adults only Trailer spaces: 8' wides, clean, shady, adult park. 565-7013-458-4062. • •••••••••• •^ SOiAPMcm • New. beautiful 4 bdrm home,* 2S bath*. 3 car garage, family* rm fireplace. Never lived in • Call 565^08 ^ For sale: White Frigidaire A stove. $120. Ph. 964 5919 Atmoiit new. SEWING MACHINE • VACUUM CLEANER repair. Sorcnsen's Sewing Center. 509 Ave C 293^3770. DESERT i TRIM SHOP I Custom Upholstery 1 1680 Nev Hwy B.C. 293-4939 | Autos. Furniture. Etc.! FREEEST.PU ADel -An-j tique Cars A St. Rods a spc-| clalty. 20 YRS EXPERIENCE J Wanted: Male Female for survey work A polling. $3.00 hr. Ph 385-7271. TUTORING: Grammar, composition, spelling and basic math. Individual help from understanding, fully qualified teacher. Phone 293-4725 B.C. For rent: Beauty shop. 2130 S. Boulder Highway. 569-9965 or 585-9712. Service ^ 131 Wiur ^B ^^^Hnt4ert*^^H UTTER TO THE EMTOR News will assume no responsibility after j the first day of publiI cation. Error claims must be made immediately. I oviiunis ANONYMOUS: Wed night. 7 o'clock. CT Sewell School Rm 11. Ph 93^1898 or 569-9880 MCTAPHYSICAL STUDY GROUP Tcochinf mdHation, lelf-owortneu ond purpM. Spiritvol growth Hirovgh understanding end lv. CATHERINE 293-35t2 I.C TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Mrs. Edith Dicicey has been assigned to the office of the Coordinator for the Association of Henderson Industrial Trades, a non profit organization dedicated to pursue, attract and encourage clean compatible industry, warehousing, distribution centers and corporate offices to locate within the City of Henderson, Nevada. Mrs. Dickey is a volunteer member of the Retired Senior Volunteer Program and was assigned by Mrs. Mable Heenan. the RSVP Coordinator for Henderson, Nevada. Mrs. Dickey has faithf^illy served the Association of Henderson Industrial Trades for the past nine months and now has determined to take a well deserved vacation and take care of personal and busineii affairs that have been set aside in behalf of the organitation. Mrs. Dickey's responsibilities include the handling of outgoing mail to thousands of industries throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico and some foreign industrial interests. Further, Mrs. Dickey assisted the Coordinator in establishing the agenda for the regular meeting of organizations membership, the Board of Trustees and the Committee Meetings. Each member was called regularly for each and every meeting. Mrs. Dickey handled the appointments for the Coordinator during his absence from the association office. During the absence of Mrs. Dickey, the Basic High School Training Program will provide a part time student to assist the Coordinator in clerical responsibility. Therefore, on behalf of the Association Members, the Officers, the Board of Trustees and the Coordinator, we all wiah you, Mrs. Dickey a pleasurable vacation and we will miss you and look forward to your return in September. Again, have a beautiAll summer. (s) Donald M. Dawson Coordinator >> Henderson Realty ^ REALTOR 18 Water Street Hk. 544.251 S DUANE G. LAUBACH. REALTORIT'S A BEAUTY j Two bedroom one bath condo, upgraded carpet, drapes; thruout. Call Henderson Realty to see. 564-2515 NONE CAN COMPARE \ With this 5 bedroom. 3 bath beauty. Family room. Uun-; dry room, wet bar, patioi and even more. Call to tee. ::| 564-251S. r HAVE YOUR HORSE AND RIDE IT TOO When you live in this 3 bedroom. 1^ bath home. Double : garage, desert landscaping and block wall Plenty of j room for horse and pool. Priced in the low 50's. To see, : c%ll the "Property People" at Henderson Re>ijty, 564-2915. TWO YEAR OLD CUSTOM HOME I'l 3 bedroom, IH bath stucco, oversized 2 car garage, plus a sunken living room and family room with Tireplace. Priced at $69,990 Call 564-2519 for more details. i;| PRESTIGIOUS AREA IN LAS VEGAS Plenty of privacy on this large lot Block wall on three sides, room for R.V. or boat parking. Lovely family area opening onto backyard. MISSION HILLS MANSION 4 bedroom. 3 bath on one l\i\\ acre. Perfect two family home. Beautlftil view of the valley. Call 564-2515. 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 deUils, 564-2515. Duane Laubach.~ „. Gary Robinson... Iris Bletsch Rosa Herwick Jackie Wooldridge EInora Turner Barbara Marshall ...9856887 ..J65-9081 ...293-4578 ..J8JHf747 ...964-1363 ...985-9393 ...565-9240 BOULDER CITY PROPERTIEF~:i A t GOLF COURSE AREA NEHf... ready for occupancy this month 3 LARGE bedrooms. 2 FULL baths. Beautiful Rosecrest cabinets throughout, lots of ceramic tile, central vacuum, h^gc closets, family room with fireplace, cathedral ttdfut living room, large lot SPACIOUS, SPECIAL AND SPANISH Don't wait, call on this lovely home ioi'ty. 293-4978. evenings and weekends. ULTRA CUSTOM SPANISH TWO-STORY ^^^ Across ftom 8th fairway GOLF COUSE. lOOxlOO fe ^^ lot Room for recreation vehicles, desert landacape.'XI?^] thony swimming pool and bathhouse. 3 LARGE bed-sl rooms. 3 baths. Formal living and dining room. Family Sj room with fireplace, country kitchen. Roseereatsl cabinets. Karastan carpet custom draperies through-^] out Designed for energy conservation, family living. See 2] this BEAUTY TODAY 293-4978 eveoings and week-ends. =] **i FANTASTIC VIEW GOLF COURSE AND MOUNTAINS =1 Under construction ... call NOW for details on this 3=] bedroom, 2 bath well built home. 293-4978evenings and =| week-ends. *" TWO FOR THE PRICE OF ONE TWO homes, TWO loU. fenced ... UNDER $50,000. Ap-=i pointment only. CALL TODAY. 293-4578 evenings and z] weekends. WE HAVE LAKE MEAD VIEW LOTS AND ACREAGE... =| Call the "PROPERTY PEOPLE' at Henderson Realty. = I 964-2919. Experience and service at Henderson Realty. Open 7=1 days a weeli and evenings. Save time and money witli z\ professional service and local representation We have El other homes .. Call us today and let us lih and sell your rI home for you ... the "PROPERTY PEOPLE" can And just z\ the right home for you and your family. Selling your home^ Let us sell it for you Call today and ^l learn the advantages of listing with an MLS Realtor. r| Henderson Realty. Inc.. 964-2519. How to get the Henderson Home News delivered to your home ne Meal way to lafec Ike HeMefaM iMae News If kjr CMveaiail, Urllly hm Mlvtry. "The CMH* batow la aU JFM M4 t* alart Bnlll • • • 4arMB.Nen4alMU Start delivery or the Henderson Home News to my hoiM at the rale of $7,00 per year; $5.00 for 6 • oaUit; $3.00 for 3 OMsUu. • MtM* 'J I J Hendtrsw H^n. Ntm, Henderson, Nvd Tgtdy, Jwno 27, 1971 1 I _4 BEDROOM^NICE-$64,900!! A nice, well kept t^oint In 8 year ol(J a||l||)M^lioo4. Possession Sefilmbor. .JWO NEW CUItOM HON|;$, UNDER CONSTRUC TION. $71,500 eadl -MOBILf HOMIft. IN GINGERWOOD!! .', n X 60 2 bedroomawnings, etc. $16,400. Immediate occupancy. "MEW 14 X 88!! In GIngerwood $17,900. 12 X 64 BROADMORE 2 bedroomadults only in M&M Park. Immediate Occu pancy. $19,500. 2 BEDROOM. 1 Bath. 14 X 70 on Mt Vista lot $40,500.00 2 BEDROOM. 2 BATH ON LOT Beautiful. In Las Vegas. $39,500. 26 X 80 SPLIT LEVEL. 1908 Square Feet Liveablerireplicebeautifulon ...iflt $54,900. 2 BEDROOM2 BATH $39,9001! In Mountain Vista. The only one Kit. A (ood buy. In .,eludes the lot. -BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. 3 CHAIR BARBERSHOP $2,490 00$890 dowiv$100 a month. OFFICE OR BUSINESS LOCATIONS AVAILABLE AT $200 PER MONTH. i: COMMERCIAL SPACE AVAILABLE. $250. PER ;.3|P,NTH. ij'i", -LOTS^ 4 lots only $95,000. Two have fantastic view of the lake. MLS THE DOME iit.o^ 29$-U13 CM-3MT '—.. RickShoa ... W R rwiBRie Gark) Pat Shuman „... Tom Bryan Diaaa Leseberg.—...... Jane Maaaea _-.. 29fl482 -.J-419S ....2ft -3305 ....J8-M48 .... -1M2 ... -$479 416 Nevada HifkwBy Boulder City. Nevada tt3-3232 WEEKLY Rooms-Kitchenettes Utilitiei k Linens Pum Color TV's • Air Cond. Ph. Linda. 451-3445. TWO BDR! APTS. AVAILABLE DESERT GARDENS. 205 RANDY WAY. PH. 985-M51. HDN. Sorensen's Sewing Center Diat of P W.S. Water Distillen. 909 Ave C B C 2934770 I OF TOWN: Nicer 3 L0aiy$ll9. Ne lease Ki* Carpeted tfereitghovt ^yyard More 3a5-9l01. I Rentals. I ALE nil It I alti •If red, alRiost atw. lOial-a.Mikitw ;•***•! reekar. HL INf MHI HktQt lee Cream Shfppt NatarsI Neetor Ice Cream • Cones • Sundaes • MalU M4 Nev. Hwy.. • £. FOR RENT • 1 bdrm fUm. apt No children, no pets Older eoapla preferred $110. no. Call 984-9481. Hdn. VERY CLEAN 4 NICE looking Ooll iMuae for rent. 3 bdrm, I bfth Located ia Hsaderaaa. Please call for meie IRlrmatio& MB-7S96 • f HELP WANTED EipcriciKed Coametlcian Apply ia person. Nevada Drvg. B.C. • > Five Speed Stinfray kleycie far sale. $30. t4lM. •* •• 1964 Great Lakea. 10 i 90 mobile boBie, J bdrm., 101 M add ••. eiMll. eeM.. HOOOIM-13401 HENDERSON • 1 am back, teaching! Piano.,organ. accordian, vocal, arr etc. Gladys Tulloch. 564 2908 Hdn. __, HELP WANTED Mechanic Own tools, experienced Salary ft Commission Uniform furn. Hdn Texaco, Lake Mead ft Water Sta.. Hdn. LOST vicinity of Trlr. Estates, •ale Irish Setter, large, wearing Hdn license No. •99. 5650855 work No. 984-2552 ext 24. KIDS. PETS OK. Roomy 2 bdrm. mobile. Furn Bills paid. $250. Valley Rentals 3*9-5901. FOR SALE Love seat and sofa, excel cond. $179 firm iMmHdn. Telescope tot ulc. 8 in. reflector type. adapUble for clock drive, and pbotograpbiag. |335.]S3m3B Lost: 5 no old Black Lab fenalc. BIk Mtn. area. 4 yr.old'i Pet. Aaswera ta "Bingo". REWARD Please call 964-1343 or t7$-4633. ll T i l. I It. ^ I.I 1176 Plato runaboHt Good f adtltaa ftir. htaur, ft radio. Amomatic ^. $3308i ft.B076. Ma)or Appliance sales ft service 529 Nev Highway B.C. PORTER ELECTRIC MOBILE HOME FOR SALE • 2 b^rm., 2 canopies, air, skirted, porch, shed, landscaped, GIngerwood Park. 293-4813. B C. J^B 'Ikwe is na auMtuto far liporieoca." ^H nCK BIAR REALTY-BROKER 833 NEVADA HWY. 293-2171 or 293-3402 n u „ • AFTER HOURS CALL Bob Blair 203-2049 Carl Cowan..^ 293-1498 Andrea Anderson 293-2158 Katie Cartlidge 293-225^ Michele Hess 2B3-390e TEDDVS KITCHENETTES Just bring your toathbraah" 2931718 ippttts Construction FREE ESTIMATES REMODELING PATIO COVERS ADDITIONS DeVan Tippetts (owner) Lie No 13904 PH 565 095e NEED TO SEU YOUR HOUSE? WE WIU BUY IT NOWl CMII 293-1613 O.A. "Cwrly" SmHS, Inc. Licensed ft bonded. Electrical contract PORTER ELECTRIC 293-36-)8. DOES YOUR BATHROOM* MARLITE NEED REPLACING? Free EstimaUs. $•4^2111. Hdn PAINTER iaterior, exiertM', 18 vears experience. For free estimate, call 3864198. MOBILE HONES FOR RENT I. 2 ft 3 bdrm. furn. or unriirn Hrad Trlr. Haven &6S89 WASH CAR-TRUCK STORAGE ALL TYPES • aaaa—B>aBB8 M B( BOAT BARN ••606 22" CABIN CRUISER, inboard • outboard Saber Crfft. Approx. 300 hrs., with American Tandem Wheel Tilt Trailer. Taxes ft license paid to Jan. '79. $8000. 96^6211 PURCHASE l/bof a Cessna Iff $1S00 293-2323 Pooldcr City only. COLOR PICTURE TUBE SPECIAL. 2 yr. wa rra nty. $ 13t.9$ installed. Financing available. Boulder City TV aitd Stereo, 1319 Nev. Hwy., B.C. 2934441. LOW DEPOSIT:|Glantb • ONE BDRM APT. fVmiislMd, $290. per mo.. Room ft bath, $149 per mo. 9654434. I|dn I 'I AKC REG MINIATURE DOXIE FOR SALE 1 yr old m$h. Mack 4 t* Has all shots. Neutered. lot kids. $T&nLiMMerl Hdn. "a POSSIBLE INCOME PROPERTY, approx 3.300 sq It. 4 | bdrm., 2 fireplaces, den, sewing rm PRICE REDUCPO. TOWNHOUSE WITH LAKE VIEW, 2 bdrm, 2 bath, family i rm., new carpet, drapes, dishwasher, range S C. $54,500. LOVELY, 4 bdrm., ON GOLF COURSE, 2'^ bsfh. family rm., 2 | car garage, sprinklers, dbl oven, drapes. SEE THIS EXCELLENT TOURIST BUSINESS, includes bldg., Inven tory, fixtures, best location, PRICED TO SELL. SEE US! NEW HOME OVERLOOKS LAKE, 3 bdrm 2 bath, family rm 3 fireplaces, large garage, SEE US FOR INFO ON GOLF COURSE, terrific view. 4 bdrm 2 bath, 2 car gar age. MANY EXTRAS. LET US SHOW YOU THIS ONE LAKE MEAD LOTS, ft GOLF COURSE LOT, SEE US FOR INFO.! CLOSE TO SCHOOLS, 3 bdrm, H4 bath, garage, all appliances, sun deck, PRICED RIGHT!! FINE HOME. 3 bdrm ,2 bath, large dining rm, carpet, drapes, fenced, laundry rm carport, ONLY $58,00000 LAKETREET0WNH0USE,3 bdrm,2 bath, 2cargarage. pool facilities ft clubhouse. FINE BUY!! EXCELLENT LOCATION, 3 bdrm, 2 bath. 2 far garage, pool facilities ft clubhouse. FINE BUY!! EXCELLENT LOCATION. 3 bdrm ,2 balh. fireplace, family rm, lots of trees, fenced, sprinklers. SEE THIS! SPECTACULAR CUSTOM on \ ^cre lot, fanUstic view, now under construction, approx 4.000 sq (t. 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. HENDER.SON tOVj;LY HOME, 3 bdrm 1 bath, approx. 1.200 $d lnt9rity is owr sppand yowr invetlmenl dollars • Trslning in retail store managemeal provided • Personal help througli regular visits frnm Territory Sales Managir. • Miaifan investment of flO.OVia rcqnircd Fill in MWpon hr more intornaiioft. Smtit: VMSTflNAUTO sumvco. 1.0. UrMi P.O. In 1239 City of Indintry, CmM. •176 FREE FILM OR CA.SH DIS COUNT ON ALL FILMS, Printed and developed at VANS NEVADA DRUG. BOULDER CITY. NV. FOR RENT Priv'ate rooraa with kitchen $20 ft $25. per wk 293-1716 EC DRIVER'S LICENSE TESTS fuesday and Wednesday 1:48 am ta 12 nean -1 pm le 4:1S pm. City annex Civic Center 288 Water Street RoemC rARPENTER work by the hour, patiet, etc. Reaaenable. 73 5-8783 VEGAS TVPEWRITEI REPAIR laaitaekam. LM Vegas 18-73tS Our specialty, naed, rebuilt lypewrlten. Satiifactlon gnaraalaed. MSTANTCASH |1$tM3i4 Mertgage and Trust Deeds FRANK KOZAL 312-4236 870-6456 Ask yoer neighbor, be knows ne. TRAILERS FOR RENT BRAND NEWI 2 bedrooms, furnished Water ft tra.sh paid Vifto Mobile Home Pork 901 ftp. Boulder Hwy FOR RENT 2 bdrm apt $280 per mo. Includes drapes, refrigerator, disposal, carpet, storage, coin operated washer dryer 878^5001. or 451-7742 3UtfwSol — With approved house plan if needed. 293^1799. BC ttTOM PI C/IIR£TT RE/ILTY BROKER • UPGRADED GYM All new wiring and copper plumbing. Over 1000 sq. ft, 3 bdrm., 1 bath, family room. $37,500. UNKMIHOMC Fantastic view on golf course from enclosed porches. Ornate landscaping and interior. 2400 Sq Ft Make an appointment to see this one now. $85,000 • Di$iaA8U AHA Custom home near golf course. See • through fireplace between dining and living room 3 br 2 bath Priced right. $73,950 • -" Miu tors from $16,000... • S-P-A-C-l-O-U-S Over 3600 square feet of luxury home near golf eourie 4 Bdrm 2W batha. family room, wet ba;. game room' Price reduced $2400 PHONi 3*3-3333 Wiwlid>w.daie3.iy$ •* Hydn n3-)144 $S4I Cky.MV. • ^ iBHbitta -^m HMta rifa joai^ ^a

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• ^. .: -tt'•'^' m i> i t fvvi y t*ii*f ?].^ '""^ ta^ -• • ^ • T-'-' )ik / LARGEST SELECTION IN OUR HISTORY! lAND NEW 19781 CHEVROLET FIAT 'mm. Monza Coupe '$j|lA7 NOW U*tUU NO. 3327 BRAND NEW BRAND NEW 1978 40R '^t348[ NOW Nova "" ^3730 N0.1458 Chevette W.S $3gyQ BRAND NEW 1978 4DR BRAND NEW 1978 jjjjTI 5&'I64 ^^^ BRAND NEW V2 TON ILONG WHEEL BASE WAS No. 3117 Monte Carlo J4470 BRAND NEW EL CAMINO No. 2355 IRAND NEW 1B7S CLASSIC 4DR C P" A A A ^5090 Caprice !B4§1 NOW No. 3107 BRAND NEW % TON LONG WHEEL BASE BRAND NEW 1978 WGN Impala w $522fl| WAS SMf9| NOW BRAND NEW FIAT 131 4 DOOR "DEMO" No. 2305 No. 13171 NOW 4088 1 ONLY BRAND NEW 1978 ALFA ROMEO 6T 2 DOOR ^794 No. 15126 1 ONLY BRAND NEW PEUGEOT 5iM 4 DOOR ^7688 No. 16106 1 ONLY No. 3015 WAS ^4488 WAS NOW No. 3326 NOW 4788 No. 3046 ^8598 NOW' Corvette PAGE GAR ON SALE SAVE INVENTORY REDUCTION IMPORTS 77 COLT WAGON MNUMC. ntkt. lMn N M04 *3288 74 RAT 124 SPIDER CONV •3288 • 75 TOYOTA CELICA 5iMAM.iM77 <3988 ^ 74 DATSUN 260Z MMMM. tw. iiKM. M sm. <4288 •75 FIAT X16 <3488 •73 TOYOTA LAND CRUISER M4WkMllrMM47 ^2688 75 DATSUN 40R WAQON iipM<.UI.TifilliKI7 72 FIAT 124 SPIDER CONV. iipMi Mill MUM *2488 72 VOLVO 164E (inK. M li Mn •2988 2 -71 MERCEDES 250 SEDAN MiMHc AM Ml f UN *4988 76 FIAT 131 2DR lifMi Ri IMH •2788 NEED CREDIT? • WE CARRY CONTRACTS • NEW IN TOWN? DIVORCED? TURNED DOWN ELSEWHERE? NEW ON THE JOB? SEE US • FIRST NATIONAL BANK • CREDIT UNIONS • NEVADA STATE BANK • GNIAC CREDIT • LEASE • ASK ABOUT OUR NO DOWN PAYMENT PLAN YOU LL BE GLAD YOU OIDI CHEVROLET 100% GOLD SEAL GUARANTEE ^ALL GOLD SEAL USED CARS ARE 6UAIUN^TEED 100 DAYS OR 4000 MIES ON ALL I ^PARTS AND LABOR. ASK FOR THE 60101 SEAL YOU U BE 6LA0 YOU DIOI FORD YEAR MODEL BLUE BOOK • J* CMfW VtMOT VMA M* IMI r CMtVY VIM • T CMfVTf VtO ri cNtirr CMfVITTl • 7* MAuau CLMtK •>9W U96t) 12M0 •3790 !2a4tr 53295 • TT CNIVT CMIVtTTI Ha MTl n cT • < • > MAUtU CLA*C No INH CHt\r CAM MM M NT! 13M0 !3Sa9 YOUR PRICE YEAR MODEL M388 1% riMTO H* ill' *2088 ri FOKO HAVIRICK Mo 4IN $ 2088 r iTO 40 $2088 • It fOMO iLiri Na KIM 2188 2388 BLUE BOOK *3930 •,33W •.aaes!39?t) ^2688 i2988 VI tonn N* Mtl ri DOOOi No WM Famriy Car YOUR PRICE T ^2688 '3288 '3488 5988 DODGE TJ OAUT •K>T 3088 rt OAITT ••IMOW '.3M0 U945 t5060 •34?0 ^3488 '4188 '4388 r 04IIT tWIHMIt • IIM M om CM *39£0 S2988 FINItmO N< MM *iS40 *4088 n wiiT nuiwM M*. MM '.9390 *5888 PLYMOUTH T rum N Nice Car 1288 T< MTttxm CUtTOII *M n* 1*11 •i9W *2188 J4 flTH DMTW '.3995 *2588 VOiMt •3995 *2988 N* M' CHEVY TRUCKS FORD TRUCKS YEAR MODEL • T| CHIVY II ClIMNO N*. tM* TJ CMVT It TOM N* fill •71 CMIVT V/Ut IM illi • T4 CHIvr vt TOM M IMT BLUE BOOK '^999 '.3WJ '3wy '3999 • U CMiVY k TON M tIM 74 CMIVT I tWMTI VAN 71 CNCVY St TOM M* 4iM !3990 'il990 '3399 YOUR PRICE 1688 2388 '2588 *3T88 *3288 3288 <4488 4488 74 AMC jAvtim '4688 71 ANC rACM '4788 • 2M5 *xm *2488 2788 '3288 MANY MORE TO CHOOSE FROM COME SEE dUR GREAT SELECTION OF USED TRUCKS! YEAR MODEL BLUE BOOK YOUR PRICE 74 *W0 VAN M* IMS '39?0 '2988 77 #0110 •H TOM N* 4IM '3290 *4088 71 fOM TOM M MM '3290 >4488 71 #0N0 lUMDCAa M* ItN '5490 4688 71 MM UMCMIM H*. Ml* '02901 '18881 TRUCKS 71 DOOM CMW CM a*. MM !3944 *2888 71 DOOM VAN -Titak*• 1MM '5399 '3988 GMC TRUCKS 71 *M%9 '3388 FORD CADILLAC H PMfO •34itr •.2S8S !3880 •JMO'1388 71 court • MNUl IM HIT 1888 n coti omtLi '2488 74 MOAM OMNUf '2488 •^785 '3385 'sm •1988 '1988 ^44Si' OTHER TRUC KS ^22l8 les • nm\ '4488 'J2880 'J87(r '208r 729|f'6188 MANY M6ftl IN STOCK ONE OF THE WORLD'S LARGEST AUTOMOBILE DEALER* u*' r Every Home Her RECEIVED JUL3 1978 a, •"'^•'t. '*on -Vf/^br $25 Electric "•••• • ".,?;,• i CF Natinol hot good MwUer its formor oloctric customtrt hr. Tht cofnpony, formorfy Californio. Pacific UtilitiM Co., hos f iltd a plon with tht Novoda Public Sorvico Committien to rtfund !i morothon $190,000. CPt Hondonon district man09r, John Holman, said, "Each fermtr rtsidontiol customor will rocoivt about $25." Tho company preposos to makt rofunds to all formtr oloctric custemofs it torvad from April through Dtcombor 1977. Holmon stotod, "All customon sorvod during thot period will rtcoivo a short of tht rtfund bostd on ttMir kilowatt hour consumption of tWctricity." Ho then notod, 'If tht PSC op. prevos our roqutst, wo will bogin contacting fermtr customon by iHbil to confirm thoir prtstnt eddrtssts. As sotn os wt rtctivt conf imrtotion of a customtr's currtnt oddrtst, wt will issut that customer's chock and moil it." CP Notional provided electric service to most of Henderson until Dec. 30, 1977, when Nevada Power Co. acquired the compan/t focilities and franchise. CP National continues to provide natural gas service within the city. HENDERSON THE COMMUNITY'S NEWSPAPER WITH WilKLY SHOPPERS WHICH INCLUDI MERCHANTS' MESSAGES THAT SERVE ALL 10.000 HOMES IN THE HENDERSON-BOULDIR CITY AREA. Our 30th Year 53rd Edition .HENDERSON. NEVADA PHON^E 564-1881-All Departments PRICE 15 CENTS Thursday, June 29, 1978 RACE TRACK GETS TRUST APPROVAL The Big Wastewoter Honclio In Son Fran Meets Tomorrow With Our Reps In Cities Versus County Flap Another step toward ciarificatien of tho current citits versus county control of the future handling of woetewater treotntent in Southern Nevocki will be token tomonow wfton city hall officials ond council members go to Son Francisco to moot with the big honcho of tho regionol environmental protection ogency — Paul Do hiico, Jr., rtgienal odminisJvet obput oil parties hove roodlng studios plus ftpoits from tfie ottomoy gonoral down thn the ttufity otttmty to tho city Morry'Story ly Miny Ziitlt The blore of buglesi The ruffle of drumsl Hots offi Our flog is passing by! This will bo the treat in Bouldor City on the Otorioue Hurth and in tftousonds of ttte ndfltn's communities OS our country celebrotes Indopondonce Day. This yoor more than all others in my monkery I sholl stand so very happy to salute our flog, proud of tur notion's indtpendoTKO and for what it stonds for. Becouso this year I con recall standing in salute and so proud of it bofere tlto Arc dTriumphe in Poris OS our designated leoder.. our Prtsident... Jimmy Carter — stood there too.. for all of Franco ond tho outside world to see and rtoliio. As memorable as that was stortdirtg in salute to our flog and our indopondonce while the Shah watched in dictator • stote Iron; while Sodot wotchod in dictator • run Egypt; while Russia watched in communist Poland; while millions of Indio't newly democrory iied mosses cheered; while hundreds criod at tho Normandy graveyard on Omaha Beach; while Brazilions stood closed mouth at Ho do Janeiro; while •chool • children woved our flog with ttioin ot Monrovia, Liberia, Africa, while Corter turned over one of our notion's treasures the Panama Canal, in a little city gymnosium in Panama City, Ponomo. Yot ~ y*u ond I will sokite tho flog with our deep oppreciotien of whot It tvonds tor — OTM eoctt of us will recoil why we ore doiftg it ond wt %ill bo thonking Oed we ore ee onridiod. The Mofo of bugfoti The ruffle vv enifww Herts offI Our ftog is pcnsing byl # ottorrtey that the state low roods the bosses in charge will bo the county commission. They also knew thot Do Folce hos loyed down the low with a three point telegram •• which is printed below -all points being warning signals that federal low requires states or>d counties to take the respensil>ilities if ond when federal funding is to be used, or olsel Cities ol Clork County cue onxieuf fe KoVe something to soy in tiie eperotion and in the dovelopment of their own focllitits thot will tie-in to tlie ovoroll cenetnKtion. Thoy feel thoyli bo left out or could be by mere vote count on tito commission, if end whon on item comes up relating to any orte area. The cities would like on evoroll agency composed of their reps as well as general public and county be set up and hove powen to do rather thon only powers to suggest end advise. They will be telling this oil to Do Folco, adding tltot they feel the state low could bo cftortged if the feds would occept tonte. De Folco is cortcemod about time lag with this insertion of new ideos at a late dote... oftd he olso knows he sits with o whip over the situation because all federol funding of new projects and then projects couM be stopped it time schedules of air and wcrter pollution stondords ore not met. To bo determined for sure is whether Ckirk County commissioners must be definitely ocPubic Tmst Keeps Dogs On Track To GO—GO~GO~ by Loma Kesterson The Greyhound Dog race tracJL in Henderson pushed ahead Tuesday night when the Henderson Public Improvement Trut approved security required for the $7.5 minion bond and a payment to city in "lieu of taxes." • By a 4-1 vote, the trust will require • payment of $15,000 for the flrst year and a tea percent increase per yoerfor the 15 years the bond is in existence, for the City of Henderson in lieu of taxes from Las Vegas Downs. By the same vote, the trust voted to accept security of $7.130,000 for the bonds. In addition to that, the trust required an additional 140 acres of land, valuedat $700,000 to be kept in trust as security for three years after the opening of the race track. The approvalis contingent on a financial statement from Las Vegas Downs. Th<;