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1978-08-29 - Henderson Home News

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1978-08-29 - Henderson Home News
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Zenoff, Morry ( Columnist )
Raymond, Flo ( Columnist )
Plasha, Frank ( Columnist )
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NEED CREDIT? • m tmi CONTRACTS • NEW IN TOWN' DIVORCED' TURNED DOWN ELSEWHERE' NEW ON THE JOI' SEE US • FIRST RtTlONAl BANK • CREDiT UNIONS • NEVADA STATE lANA • GMAC CREDIT • I EASE • ASK AIOUT OUR NO DOWN PATMENT PLAN TOU U BE GIAD rOU DID' YR MODEL BLUE BOOK YOUR PRICE YR MODEL BLUE BOOK YOUR PRICE '74 FORO RANGHERO WON'T LAST $2999 '70 FOROJCOURIER CAMPER SHELL $3099 '74 0ATSUN 610 WON 'TiniT 111 -71 RAT 124 n CMC 75 FORD F100 No. 0071 A BARGAIN $3299 '75 CHEVY ^/i TON No. MN ECONOMY FOR SURE ^3499 CALL TODAY FOR YOUR LOW LOW SALE PRICE '70 DODQE VAN LOW MILES '70 CHEVY ^ TON No^ 01M MUST SEE A DRIVE LIKE NEW ^5299 •77 TOYOTA No. SMI 28e8 54999 •3499 ism $ S' S' $' 13699 -76 VW i MO No. SON -76 FIAT 131 WON No^sni •77 TOYOTA UniACI •76 ALFA RORKS No. mn •77 NO.S4S7 •76PCUOEOT ,•71 MOttM No.sm n jATWI 138M -ev99 14899 S' $' $' !6699 25999 26899 $' $; $ $1 $1 -\ H. 3tt Librf '-nrson 011/, nr • r"^. 'K f Basic Wolves Will Take On Boulder Eagles Friday Night J? ere Are The Gridders Who Make Up The 1978 Version Of Wolves ^ • I I X f: kRSITY FOOTRAIL TEAM • BOHOM 3W: Dorryl Turnor, Vornon Smith, ovid Elmor, Miko Abrami, Richard k, Robert Loubach, Jon Hoog, rog Gammon, Greg Jones, Ray oca, Frod Dtntler. MIDDLE ROW: Wolvon (manager) Abie Ei•inota. Loo Hernandex, Doug GilItios, Bob Groofbock, Phil Martinez, Eric Dobboritein, Robbie Parker, Ricky ChoM, Randy Roche, Freddy Albert, Sammy Gentalei, Ryan Parry, Hector Trejo, William Goldsby, Robert Parker. TOP ROW. Coach Emilio Camillone, Kent Burgwardt, Carlos Saenz, John Sullivan, Dan Petty, Matt Wilson, Lenny Lomprey, Thomas Rawson, Rich Perkins, Mike Baker, Otto Kelly, Rick Page, Brian Kemker, Terry Nelson, Rick Roundy, Pete Regetz, Coach Gary Velasquez, Lisa Blokey (manager). NOT SHOWN • Chuck Quadlin, Dennis Smerek, Troy Perez, Rookie Antee, Ned Herbert, end Phil OeWITH WEEKLY SHOPPERS WHICH INCLUDE MERCHANTS' MESSAGES THAT SERVE ALL 10.000 HOMES IN THE HENDERSON-BOULDER CITY AREA. Our 30th Year 70th Edition HENDERSON. NEVADA _PHONE 564-1881 — All Depaiiments Tuesday, August 29, 1978 Old Vegas Fort Neors Completion Morry'Story ly Mony Z#oH _-^ TK Basic Wolves vtrtut the Boulder City Eaglet: M maktt your adrenalin flow. On th football Fiold Friday night of tight in ftouidor City. Talk about th Summit Mooting Sodat, Cartor, Begin next week this Boulder • Henderson game hat got them all beat. It't the Summit that out • summit's the Summit.. Especially for those of us who have seen all 29 of the past battles between these teams. And now fof all of us to see again -• this 30th meeting the oldest rivalry in Southern Nevada the Minnesota • Michigan Little Brown jug of the Big Ten -the YcHe • Harvard of the Ivy League, the U.S.C. • UCLA, of the Far West ... the Reno-UNLV game this little school contest competes with them all. The inequality in the numbers of students attending the two Khoolt has often given one uhool the edge in numbers over the other — and still does with Basic new twice th sixe in student body to Bouldor. But in fight fight, fight in super • human performances by tite men on the fieici... this is it. It't the BIG gome. So BIG we've often editorioliied it should be the lost game of the season played in the Silver Bowl, no less, for the Boulder field cannot hold the crowds that turn out and Basic's field, too. Who con forget those tell • tolo moments when Kirby Trumbo, and the big Kraft kids, Keith Lopeman, Jim Anderson, Dick Jamison, •• oh so many fine greats thundered down the gridirons of yore ... carrying Bosic's colors. Who can ever forgot the drives artd skirts and daring runs of Jo Kine, Bill McCormick, Tick Segerblorn, Donny Ahl''rom, and, oh, so many mer*. Whether behind twenty to lero, or aheod, the teams battled until the final gun. It wot the BIG GAME. And here we have it ogoin two home towns •• neighbors but rivals •• squaring off. The coochet, Bvon Wiltn of Boulder and Emilia Camillone of Basic need do nothing to charge up their yvung men, eove to hoitd over the footboll and let them CM! MPtofe] One Car Rollover Kills Two \ one-car rollover on Highway 41 near the Lake Mead Marina Friday, toolt the lives of two Henderson teenagers and injured four othors, according to the Nevada Highway Patrol. .\ccording to the Highway Patrol those killed were .Mbert Maestas. 17 of 150 Ivy St., and Brenda Lucero. 15 of 3575 Sage Circle. Harold Gray, 18 and Sandy Gray, 15. both of 2030 Shoshone Lane, were listed in stable condition in the intensive care unit at Sunrise hospital. Both sustained severe head injuries. Charlene Tuft, 15. of 424 Scenic Drive, was treated and released, and Kerry Hancock. 18. of 730 Center St., was listed in fair condition. Hancock sustained a fractured vertebrae and other injuries. The car, reportedly driven by Maestas, was traveling west on State Route 41 at a high rate of speed about 3:55 a.m. when it swerved off the road and overturned, the NHP spokesman said. Pittman To Be Discussed A meeting to discuss the improvements project in the Pittman area will be held tonight at 7:30 in the Pittman Women's Club, according to City Manager Bob Campbell. The City of Henderson has received approval from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to proceed with the Pittman Improvements Project. As requested by area residents last April, the improvements will consist of park restrootns, street paving, curbs and gutter and street lights. Area residents are encouraged to attend this neeting to review and comment on the final proposal and the alternatives that are possible. RIVERA RETURNS Rafael Rivoro, the first white man to discover Las Vegas Valley in 1830, is immortalized with this huge bronze statue which graces the entrance to the fort at Old Vegas. Seeing that ovorthing is in place from his high view is Hollywood Kulptor Jim Casey, looking on ore Robert Sholton (left. Old Vegas president) and Cecil Simmons, vice president. The Old Vegas fort recreates the Mormon outpost of 1855 which helped colonize the valley. Construction it neoring completion on the fort, located between Las Vegas and Hoover Dom on the Boulder Highway in Henderson, (lot Vegas News Bureau photo) $40;000 Grant To Remodel Senior Center A S40,000 grant from the otfice of aging has been awarded to Henderson for the renovation of the senior citizens center in the Civic Center, according to Bob Campbell, city manager. The $40,000 willbe used for remodeling of rooms 6 and 7 and for fixing the kitchen facilities so that eventually the Meals on Wheels program can be carried on there. In announcing the award, John B. McSweeney told Campbell that the total amount of requests received was $52S.945 for the $284,000 available. "Obviously. SMGRANT conLonpa2 Construction of the frontier fort of Old Vegas, located between Las Vegas and Hoover Dam on the Boulder Highway in Henderson, is nearing completion. A replica of the Mormon outpost which colonized Las Vegas Valley in 1855, Old Vegas is geared for family recreation, tourism and motion picture productions. The S3'2 • million fort will feature a Sutler's Store, Hondo Cantina, Commandant's Quarters and Theatre, Blacksmith area and a Territorial Photographer. An 11 foot • tall l?on/e statue of Rafael Rivera nearthe Boulder Highway beckons motorists to enter Old Vegas. Ri\era. nearly 150 years ago, was the first white man to discover • the marshy meadow s and taste the cool springs of1he valley -not-too far away from the statue that immortalizes him. Like early settlers, visitors will enter Old Vegas on a wooden plank bridge across the Las Vegas stream Inside the aging adobe walls of the outpost, history of a turbulent era become a reality. The Sutler's Store is a carbon copy of the provisionary outlet the frontier forts had, and will function as a souvenir shop as well. Visitors here will also be able to purchase a personalized souvenir edition of the Old Vegas Terruorial new spaper. A rip snortin'saloon and cowboy steakhouse comprises the first floor of the Hondo Cantina, which will feature an intriguing and unique interiix conception. The second floor w ill function as a 225 seat banquet room. Visitors to the Commandants Quarters may p.irtakc on a brief tour and sec the coming attractions of Old Vegas. In -the adjoining room, the 300 • seat Commandant's Theatre, a multi • media film presentation will depict the history of the area on a huge screen with stereophonic sound.Dale Robertson narrates the film The Blacksmith,area will bf^ with activity and the Territorial Photographer will have numerous costumes on hand for visitors to pose in. The rustic court yard lends added atmosphere to the fort with Soo OLD VEGAS oQnLonoMi2

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Hndnen Horn* Ntwt, Hcmknen, Ntvoda AC TION PEOPLE ^^^^^ Funerol Services Set for Accident Victims Pag* 2 Tuesday, August 29, 1978 fty Flo loymond MARY GROESBECK • Manager of Escape Travel and Tour Service. Ill Water Street, in Henderson. Nevada • exhibits a folder an all time favorite vaca tion • the Hauaii Tour! —Mrs fifoesbeck had jomed with Escape TraweTTr?" 1975 ser\inK the Las Vega.s Branch on Sahara a.s Travel Agent. Her move to the Henderson office was an earned-promotion for Mar\. She enjoys the town and friendly, atmosphere growing "accustomed to the faces" of travelling Henderson neighbors. Mary Gannaway was born in Another beautiful part of the I'nited States International Falls. Minnesota. "I prefer the weather here.' Mary states, "in that it wa^ a form of cold beauty in .Minnesota The family moved to St Paul when Mary reached four _years of age where the young girl ser\ ed her elemen tary and high school years She worked with the Northwest Orient Airlines while attending the University of Minnesota She became Mrs Richard (Dick) Groesbeck in 1958 and -the family moved to Billings, Montana whenMary transferred with NOA, and Dick was employed with the Bureau of Reclamation. During the following period of time .Mary took time out to raise a family and spend her days as homemaker and mother The Groesbeck's children are Stephen • Age 20, Bob • Age 17 (Basic High School Senior), Jim-Age 16(Basic High Junior), and MIchele .\ge 15 (Basic Freshman) "When Stephen was a child he suffered from asthma so we had to find a more^siiitable climate Dick received a transfer with the Bureau of Reclamation i\i Boulder City in 1965 and we made our home in Henderson." Mary pointed out. After her family was well on their way to adulthood, Mary resumed her career in the travel agency field She joined with a Las Vegas travel agency in 1973 and connected with E.scape Travel Agency in 1975 Her duties include: presiding over personnel, arranging trips, tours, cruises, and securing tickets for boat, airplane, train, and bus travel. She works Monday through Friday with a 9 a.m. to 5:30 p m time schedule. Mary has always had a bit of travel fevor and feels quite "at home" in her work. She has traveled the Caribbean. Hawaii. Europe. Orient. Alaska, and South \merica along with trips throughout the United States Hobbies and .sports include fourwheel driving, camping, swimming, and reading She is a Member of the Southern Nevada Land Cruisers. Henderson .Service Club. Henderson Chamber of Commerce, and the Basic Booster's Club "Mary Groesbeck is friendly, outgoing, and meets the public and her friemls with her engaging smile. She takes an individual interest in every planned destination and the customer's desires Her thought for the day explains her feeling^: "Try to understand the other person 's-point of view and work accord ingly in harmony Always "Keep Cool'" Henderson Home News I I 1951 Published ever>' Tue.if>Htl, •ltd RMtflaU KM *alw t> yow ^01— iky.high' OM'I b (ovghl wlA irMMrday'i IHMMIIC* •• tadoy'i i*plMiMM For coHflttt cevtroff/ ttW n of Koerciitr KAERCHER • 725 So. 8tli 384-2S13 J mwwmwwwwwwww THEATRE DOWNTOWN HENDERSON STARTS WEDNESDAY SEPT.30TH The Fever is Spreading ...Catch it TM 'Rj^S* -*'• • ••r'.^^: L ^ SHOWTHMES ^ ADULTS NIGHTLY SUN. THRU THURS. AT 8fll PM CHILDREN $2JI0 SHOMfSIVnY HI 6 SAT. AT 7 61PM $1JD0 MATMB WY SAT. ft SUN. AT 2fl) PM m^mm^mm .— _._, a j. Floral Arranging Class Intrigues Ucal Teacher hi*i^ tspr TSrfvi! Ttlifi| nttr Chltitrtn muti Miilfa Dvptfcni J. lEAM PAWN BROKER Seeking a different hobby interest Mrs. Elizabeth Muzingo. local teacher at Gordon McCaw. last year took the courses in floral arrangement and design offered by Community College at Civic Center. Not only did the classes offer enjoyment and artistic expression, they also provided Mrs. Mitzingo with a weekly fresh flower arrangement for her classroom or the schootiKice or library. By the end of the second semester interIto Henderson. Boulder Citvi TheMomllUleyi Goodspnngs. 11ie?b!pn Basin & Seatchlight Senator James Gibson. •As a legislafor for 20 \ ears, as i)ie St'iiate Majority Leader and as a member of the powerful Senate Finance Commitlee. James Gibson has delivered new jobs for Henderson. Agricultural help for the Moapa and Virgin Valless. And lx*nefits to all the (omniunjti^'s In Senate District l^. J.V. TEAM FOOTBALl TEAM BOTTOM ROW: Paul Bates, Ttd GerUman, Keith Lammers, Ron Wilton, Ricky Martinez, Eric Mangrum, Plest Taylor, John Cook, James Beit, Steve Brooks, Jeff Yoncey, Rondy Garrison, Donny Jordan, Jeff^uckel. MIDDLE ROW: LeRoy Gonzalet, John Coont, Ralph Fyke, Gory Steveni, Jeff Lomprey, Richard Price, David luirre, Jette Sonchet, Tom Meyen, )hn Hall, Gint Clark, Nick Coroneos, Peter Bates, David Garbarino. TOP ROW: Tony Solaior, Craig Mommer, Charlie Coombet, Kirk Bollet, Mike Wetiel, Terry Murray, Jeff Bonduront, Paul Tullgren, Tony Espinoia, lorry Nelson, Poul Meek, Melv n Sledge, Charlie Sandoval, Russell Jones, Mark McGinty, Kevin Prime, Coach Lovitt. Itnonsible Seniority To Protect Our Interests. That^The Gibson • PAK) FOR BVTllll COMMITTEE TO RE-ELECT SENATOR JAMES I GIBSON est was keen enough to send her looking through trade catalogs for places where further experieifce could be gained. • "1 really got the feel of the floral industry when Mrs. Stokes took the Community College class on a field trip to the industry open house in Los Angeles. It was thrilling to watch the top 50 designers displaying highly individualistic arrangements using the same quanittv and variety of flowers." Designer Floral School in Denver. Colorado was the closest and fit best into summer vacation schedule and the weather was cooler than in Henderson. Besides lectures and research reading on floriculture, most of the time was spent in practical lab work of turning out 8 to 10 arrangements daily i.i.i''r' ii-ir.'fc- • Ji-?/^ Insnin decoratm I Your Choice of More Than 100 Wallcovering^ ~ In Stock and Ready to Tal(e Home & Han Today' ALL Are pre-trlmmed & pre pasted • Some are strippable & scrubbable All tor,the conve'nlence of the DO-IT.YOURSELF DECORATOR 25% 0 4, *' ^if'-r WALLPAPER SHOWROOM ^ |lon.-M.M; Los AtCOS Plaza Motk-skM ^775 E.'Tropicarta No.16 737^0747 in the mornings and afternoons spent in evaluation and touring top notch floral shops, wholesale growers, greenhouses. Denver Wholesale Flower Market, as well as manufactureers and distributors of vases, pottery, baskets, ribbon, ect. The week that they each did 50 corsages. the Denver convalcscnt homes were given floral tributes, which they wore with pride to dinner. ~or even pinned to their bathrobes. The next week was wedding design with a contest to see who could come up with the most unusual bouquet. If the students wished they could volunteer to go help ser\icc a wedding by pinning on corsages/ boutonnieres, or handing out flower baskets to attendants. The fourth week wav on funeral design work complete with field trips to nearby mortuaries to learn how arraninements are placed on or near caskets. In the class were students from New Hampshire to Lompoe, Calif., and from Wisconsin to Texas. Most of them either worked in a flower we^e sent b y the. employer to enhance skills, or were currently owners of shops who felt the need for additional training. Mrs. Muzingo was the only novice to this type of work. She feels that it was really an enjoyable and rewarding way to spend a summer vacation. 'i*^.OH • ^ miLa*2JVa^ LEISURE TIME POOl TAMES Thert it mor iron in three large eggs than in three ounces of drained tuna fish. MON-SAT. 9T0 6 To the voters of Clark County, a special hello from Roy Woofter, the first choice omong Democrats for District Attorney. His extensive coonty-v^^ide background directly affecting your well-being overshadows by for the other persons aiming for that important office. One of the candidates only shoots words and vogue promises with not enough actual experience to warrant belief; another is big money's choice and tool for the power structure, while the thircJ was decisively defeated the lost time he tried for the office operating as a Republican. No question -the Democrat for DA. is Roy Woofter. TOUGH Roy believes in tough investigotions, tough prosecutions and sentences. He appeared personally in cases on all court levels as your D.A. and won seven dramatic murder trials including the Barnell Bishop cose. As for the troubling problem of pleo bargaining, Roy intends to correct the "eosy-out" abuse, the fast deals and leopholing of this process. He believes that a person obviously guilty of a serious crime should pay in full for the harm caused. ACCOMPLISHED Roy Woofter has accomplished many objeclivet for the people of Clark County during his years of public service. His background as a crimefighter includes firsthand knowledge of the law from Public Defender's office through Justice of the Peace to Districf Attorney and City Commisiioner. He organixed the Consumer Fraud Division and Young Citizens Counsel ond hit role in decision making includes public projects, housing, police and fire, economic development, parks and recreation. No other candidate for DA. can match the Woofter record. THE PEOPLE ROY WOOFTER DISTRICT ATTORNEY THE DEMOCRAT FOR D.A.

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Hndnen Horn* Ntwt, Hcmknen, Ntvoda AC TION PEOPLE ^^^^^ Funerol Services Set for Accident Victims Pag* 2 Tuesday, August 29, 1978 fty Flo loymond MARY GROESBECK • Manager of Escape Travel and Tour Service. Ill Water Street, in Henderson. Nevada • exhibits a folder an all time favorite vaca tion • the Hauaii Tour! —Mrs fifoesbeck had jomed with Escape TraweTTr?" 1975 ser\inK the Las Vega.s Branch on Sahara a.s Travel Agent. Her move to the Henderson office was an earned-promotion for Mar\. She enjoys the town and friendly, atmosphere growing "accustomed to the faces" of travelling Henderson neighbors. Mary Gannaway was born in Another beautiful part of the I'nited States International Falls. Minnesota. "I prefer the weather here.' Mary states, "in that it wa^ a form of cold beauty in .Minnesota The family moved to St Paul when Mary reached four _years of age where the young girl ser\ ed her elemen tary and high school years She worked with the Northwest Orient Airlines while attending the University of Minnesota She became Mrs Richard (Dick) Groesbeck in 1958 and -the family moved to Billings, Montana whenMary transferred with NOA, and Dick was employed with the Bureau of Reclamation. During the following period of time .Mary took time out to raise a family and spend her days as homemaker and mother The Groesbeck's children are Stephen • Age 20, Bob • Age 17 (Basic High School Senior), Jim-Age 16(Basic High Junior), and MIchele .\ge 15 (Basic Freshman) "When Stephen was a child he suffered from asthma so we had to find a more^siiitable climate Dick received a transfer with the Bureau of Reclamation i\i Boulder City in 1965 and we made our home in Henderson." Mary pointed out. After her family was well on their way to adulthood, Mary resumed her career in the travel agency field She joined with a Las Vegas travel agency in 1973 and connected with E.scape Travel Agency in 1975 Her duties include: presiding over personnel, arranging trips, tours, cruises, and securing tickets for boat, airplane, train, and bus travel. She works Monday through Friday with a 9 a.m. to 5:30 p m time schedule. Mary has always had a bit of travel fevor and feels quite "at home" in her work. She has traveled the Caribbean. Hawaii. Europe. Orient. Alaska, and South \merica along with trips throughout the United States Hobbies and .sports include fourwheel driving, camping, swimming, and reading She is a Member of the Southern Nevada Land Cruisers. Henderson .Service Club. Henderson Chamber of Commerce, and the Basic Booster's Club "Mary Groesbeck is friendly, outgoing, and meets the public and her friemls with her engaging smile. She takes an individual interest in every planned destination and the customer's desires Her thought for the day explains her feeling^: "Try to understand the other person 's-point of view and work accord ingly in harmony Always "Keep Cool'" Henderson Home News I I 1951 Published ever>' Tue.if>Htl, •ltd RMtflaU KM *alw t> yow ^01— iky.high' OM'I b (ovghl wlA irMMrday'i IHMMIIC* •• tadoy'i i*plMiMM For coHflttt cevtroff/ ttW n of Koerciitr KAERCHER • 725 So. 8tli 384-2S13 J mwwmwwwwwwww THEATRE DOWNTOWN HENDERSON STARTS WEDNESDAY SEPT.30TH The Fever is Spreading ...Catch it TM 'Rj^S* -*'• • ••r'.^^: L ^ SHOWTHMES ^ ADULTS NIGHTLY SUN. THRU THURS. AT 8fll PM CHILDREN $2JI0 SHOMfSIVnY HI 6 SAT. AT 7 61PM $1JD0 MATMB WY SAT. ft SUN. AT 2fl) PM m^mm^mm .— _._, a j. Floral Arranging Class Intrigues Ucal Teacher hi*i^ tspr TSrfvi! Ttlifi| nttr Chltitrtn muti Miilfa Dvptfcni J. lEAM PAWN BROKER Seeking a different hobby interest Mrs. Elizabeth Muzingo. local teacher at Gordon McCaw. last year took the courses in floral arrangement and design offered by Community College at Civic Center. Not only did the classes offer enjoyment and artistic expression, they also provided Mrs. Mitzingo with a weekly fresh flower arrangement for her classroom or the schootiKice or library. By the end of the second semester interIto Henderson. Boulder Citvi TheMomllUleyi Goodspnngs. 11ie?b!pn Basin & Seatchlight Senator James Gibson. •As a legislafor for 20 \ ears, as i)ie St'iiate Majority Leader and as a member of the powerful Senate Finance Commitlee. James Gibson has delivered new jobs for Henderson. Agricultural help for the Moapa and Virgin Valless. And lx*nefits to all the (omniunjti^'s In Senate District l^. J.V. TEAM FOOTBALl TEAM BOTTOM ROW: Paul Bates, Ttd GerUman, Keith Lammers, Ron Wilton, Ricky Martinez, Eric Mangrum, Plest Taylor, John Cook, James Beit, Steve Brooks, Jeff Yoncey, Rondy Garrison, Donny Jordan, Jeff^uckel. MIDDLE ROW: LeRoy Gonzalet, John Coont, Ralph Fyke, Gory Steveni, Jeff Lomprey, Richard Price, David luirre, Jette Sonchet, Tom Meyen, )hn Hall, Gint Clark, Nick Coroneos, Peter Bates, David Garbarino. TOP ROW: Tony Solaior, Craig Mommer, Charlie Coombet, Kirk Bollet, Mike Wetiel, Terry Murray, Jeff Bonduront, Paul Tullgren, Tony Espinoia, lorry Nelson, Poul Meek, Melv n Sledge, Charlie Sandoval, Russell Jones, Mark McGinty, Kevin Prime, Coach Lovitt. Itnonsible Seniority To Protect Our Interests. That^The Gibson • PAK) FOR BVTllll COMMITTEE TO RE-ELECT SENATOR JAMES I GIBSON est was keen enough to send her looking through trade catalogs for places where further experieifce could be gained. • "1 really got the feel of the floral industry when Mrs. Stokes took the Community College class on a field trip to the industry open house in Los Angeles. It was thrilling to watch the top 50 designers displaying highly individualistic arrangements using the same quanittv and variety of flowers." Designer Floral School in Denver. Colorado was the closest and fit best into summer vacation schedule and the weather was cooler than in Henderson. Besides lectures and research reading on floriculture, most of the time was spent in practical lab work of turning out 8 to 10 arrangements daily i.i.i''r' ii-ir.'fc- • Ji-?/^ Insnin decoratm I Your Choice of More Than 100 Wallcovering^ ~ In Stock and Ready to Tal(e Home & Han Today' ALL Are pre-trlmmed & pre pasted • Some are strippable & scrubbable All tor,the conve'nlence of the DO-IT.YOURSELF DECORATOR 25% 0 4, *' ^if'-r WALLPAPER SHOWROOM ^ |lon.-M.M; Los AtCOS Plaza Motk-skM ^775 E.'Tropicarta No.16 737^0747 in the mornings and afternoons spent in evaluation and touring top notch floral shops, wholesale growers, greenhouses. Denver Wholesale Flower Market, as well as manufactureers and distributors of vases, pottery, baskets, ribbon, ect. The week that they each did 50 corsages. the Denver convalcscnt homes were given floral tributes, which they wore with pride to dinner. ~or even pinned to their bathrobes. The next week was wedding design with a contest to see who could come up with the most unusual bouquet. If the students wished they could volunteer to go help ser\icc a wedding by pinning on corsages/ boutonnieres, or handing out flower baskets to attendants. The fourth week wav on funeral design work complete with field trips to nearby mortuaries to learn how arraninements are placed on or near caskets. In the class were students from New Hampshire to Lompoe, Calif., and from Wisconsin to Texas. Most of them either worked in a flower we^e sent b y the. employer to enhance skills, or were currently owners of shops who felt the need for additional training. Mrs. Muzingo was the only novice to this type of work. She feels that it was really an enjoyable and rewarding way to spend a summer vacation. 'i*^.OH • ^ miLa*2JVa^ LEISURE TIME POOl TAMES Thert it mor iron in three large eggs than in three ounces of drained tuna fish. MON-SAT. 9T0 6 To the voters of Clark County, a special hello from Roy Woofter, the first choice omong Democrats for District Attorney. His extensive coonty-v^^ide background directly affecting your well-being overshadows by for the other persons aiming for that important office. One of the candidates only shoots words and vogue promises with not enough actual experience to warrant belief; another is big money's choice and tool for the power structure, while the thircJ was decisively defeated the lost time he tried for the office operating as a Republican. No question -the Democrat for DA. is Roy Woofter. TOUGH Roy believes in tough investigotions, tough prosecutions and sentences. He appeared personally in cases on all court levels as your D.A. and won seven dramatic murder trials including the Barnell Bishop cose. As for the troubling problem of pleo bargaining, Roy intends to correct the "eosy-out" abuse, the fast deals and leopholing of this process. He believes that a person obviously guilty of a serious crime should pay in full for the harm caused. ACCOMPLISHED Roy Woofter has accomplished many objeclivet for the people of Clark County during his years of public service. His background as a crimefighter includes firsthand knowledge of the law from Public Defender's office through Justice of the Peace to Districf Attorney and City Commisiioner. He organixed the Consumer Fraud Division and Young Citizens Counsel ond hit role in decision making includes public projects, housing, police and fire, economic development, parks and recreation. No other candidate for DA. can match the Woofter record. THE PEOPLE ROY WOOFTER DISTRICT ATTORNEY THE DEMOCRAT FOR D.A.

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hndtrMn Hem* Nw*, Hcndenon, Nav^ ^g4 Clark County Voteit muil tied a nfw Ditttiil Court Judqp Dittnd Court DrpI 12 ii new and hat no intumbeni ELECT Test Fire Your Shotgun THE QUALIFIED CANDIDATE Dedicated to integrity and lulltime work. Pd Political Ad-Romanni (or JixJgt Cormrimee-Ntil Sloe urn Chairman BURCHARD E. WINNE, M.D. F.A.C.S. Colon & Rectal Surgery oipioniit mm Bom m COKII t m Surgetu al ihe new Mo/.-(and Pro'essiono/ Building U Suite 512 • 3121 S Matyhnd Poiiwoy • 73nU4 By Appomlment Only ^ Dneclly oi f •^^ 'lom Sunriic Ho>pi(o/ :i Most bird hunters i(now little, if anything, about what comes out of their shotgun when the trigger is pulled; but it only takes a few minutes to learn, and it could mean the difference in the numberof clean kills scored this hunting season. All that's needed is a roll of wrapping paper or several sheets of newspaper. Draw a 30 • inch circle and pin the paper target to a frame or suitable exact loads you will be shooting. The number of pellet holes within the 30-inch circle shows the effective patLet's be Fair! Home taxes have increased from 75 percent to 500 percent The state surplus is over $100,000,000 dollars. We don't need it. We can and must reduce property taxes. We need rjRI a strong voice. tern you can expect on a well-placed shot at a flying target. Around 50 perc^jit of the shot will be within the circle, the percentage varies with the choke and can range from almost 75 percent on a full choke to only 40 percent with cylinder bore (no choke). To determine percentage, divide the circled holes by the shot pellets contained in the load you shoot. For example, a 12gauge shellAvith \% ounces of No. 7'4 shot contains some 395 pellets. If the circle has 229 holes, the percentaRC is 58. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICI TO CIIDtTOIt AND OTHIIS CONCIINfO Knuamt •• Nli II 110, ><.l It Wr^kv ttn rtisl wi iwly ) I, I 7I, Ih. HM4WW< MaintwiWM. CMp.r.l* AuMiatlwi *4II All cfWtMn tiin (tatm .f^ml lM< niMlmtwi mvM Hl Mi clstmi wttM. A few more shots on fi-esh paper at 20 and 30 yards are equally eye • opening. Even improved cylinder barrels "tighten" considerably at shorter ranges where the shot string, like a stream of water from a garden hose, is beginning to disperse I .hMlM^ kr • CM*. '0 M.A., 1.1.1,10.15, 17,11. M.W.J'. I7I LEGAL NOTICE 111 rtw lifkih Jw^Ui.l OiiifKt Cwl .1 )K. StoK tl N.V.4., tn and Ht iK. Cwnty ml CisHi elect I Pd Pol ftdv Paid tor by Joe Juller^ Nonci ot AmiCAnoN K>I niMissiON TO APflOfllATI THI rUiUC WtTilS Of THi STATI or NIVADA AuousT 10, itra ApylH.lwn N. ]>Sa4 N.IK. 11 t>*r.br a'**" •*• w< I'M lOtti d.r tl ion. )'(. C Uw, N.ilMn rod SKo'wt C N.ilMn t> 1.1 V.ai St.l. t> N..d. m.d< fflKa>w< ft Ht. Sl.l. in. gin... .1 N.v.da t9t ^.rnutt*.!, I. opp n pn.l. 0 011 %tf>6 Hl WIK. ^VWK •'.(.rt .1 iK. St.f. W N.voda Dtv.r*.n iwt •.land 0 W.ll.r9.r4 St.*. Inf ina.f t*-h^ Ii. ]] ]. Uft 11, If71 mm i ATTENTION!! Home Owners All Types Remodeling ROOM ADDITIONS ALUMINUM SIDING MOBILE HOME REPAIRS GARAGE ENCLOSURES KITCHENS BATHS PATIO COVERS AOD-A-ROOM FOR MOBILE HOMES LICENSED* BONDEDINSURED ^^*-'FINANCING 386-6070 452.730 AVAIIABW J^EDEAU CONSTRUCTION 235 N. EASTERN SUITE 117 IN STEWART SQUARE Ua NO. 14832 N. 04*01 -tti i rtmtft vs no CAnuo, Dafandonl SUMMONS THi STATi Of NIVADA UNOS OliiTINOS TO THi AlOVI NAMIO Dfff NDANT V.W .r h.fbv ivmrnanad ond ra^uirad I. i.r.. ufmn liU. liAVin I GIIIN, CHAITIIIO, ^anillffl .nwny, wtwM addxit i> Ml i.lt tndfdf AMIIV., l Vtgot, Nv.d. IfOlO en oniw., th. C.mp4int wHktt • ( Krwitti MrvW wfan rmi. wrtKin 10 dayt oft*r lafvH. t4 Ikit Summant upan yaw, .iclMliv. tl ttia ^y M ••nncf If yaw^foil t. d. M, |udfmant hy dafaull will ba latiaM againtl yw flf^ Ida ralwf d.nMfldad in fha Cam^aint TKii if an (Ktwn ta diitalva th bandi af nrwinmany naw aiiitinf bah*.aan ptainfHf ond dafandonl lOIIHA lOWHiUN. Claii af CMI •y MAISHA f AOIIU, OafWIy Clafb (DISTIIO COUIT Sf All DATi A|< tiaraby |iMn tfwl an Ika 17lk day al Juna 1*71, Danald i McCwHy af iton Sis), af Nmada moda affliiatlan )a iK. Slat* inginaa* af Navada faf ^imiiiian ta B M i.".*. 0 12 •a<.nd laat af tKa ^blH walati af >Ka Slala af Navoda Oi varwan It la ba m.da #,m mn wndarg^awnd • awrta af a pmn* lacotad within tfia Nwr NW'.SaXianll, T14S.>57i,MOi t M af at a pmtrti ham wfticfc tfta SW camaf af taid SaOlan )1, baan S l*']rll"W. 0 diMaiKa af 4310 SI taat Watai will ba UMd fa* irrtfatian oit^ damailM pvrpmtmt fram imnvmrf I it *• DMambai 3 lit af aocb yaai Data af fini ^Uiiatian Au IS, 1*71 Data af ll puWi<.iian Sapl II. Itl Sifxad (aland D Waltatta'd Stafa fnfiriaar H.fvt IS. 11. 1, Sa^ S. II, 1*71 IN TM DOffTM JUMOAL OltTMa COtMT 0* TM STAH 0> NIVAOA. IN AltO KM TM COUNTY 0 CUM Na D4S1I WAltH ATAMANK, VS MOMn ATAMANK. TM HATI 0* NIVAOA SINDS MHTINOS TO rw AtOVINAMK OW M OAIff Tow mm Iwi^Ai m iwmawad and Wfwlnd W ,a,,M 1^^ HMMM MOMtfV WOfift. MMT t IllOa—I, AfMfMTt M IM, pMMtfri i n iiM>, • *• i^iiii la m lMdnl i. UMfHA MMMAAN, CM df Ciif •y Cnt ••**•, Oi*My CWii (OtITMCT COUn HM) OAII AvfMi I. itri H-Aof I*. It, 1. kpl 1, II. itn NOTKi 0 AmKATION lO* PIIMISSION TO APnonun TM ruouc WATIH O fM ITATI W NIVAOA AUOAT 10, l71 A^l ft* MHO Natia. It liMkT ffiwi KM • • rin M day af Mr 1*71, Mia Onfi aa^ t-k WaMaMiM al Ut V*t Uf 1 Ma. mK ii* 0.1* af fim bMilii Attt II. *fn Oat* af laH $,kUwmir S*ft It, IfTI Sit'iad MwdO Wii Um i Si Tuttday, Auqutt 29, 1978 ^ m Friendly Frank*s First Annual PsMoo "PNX TK PROS" FOOTBAUCgMTES'L^ No Points. NQ Handicaps. Just Pick The Winners H OT PUKE nW iEV $5y000y00 UOTPua SLOOOLOO $100 Ent ry Fee PARTIAL UST OF RULES All contestants must be 21 years of age. A person may enter the contest as many times as he^or she wishes. AH federal wagering taxes will be paid by the Royal Inn Casino. The contest will involve selecting the winning teams during the National Football Leaguers regular season games of 1978. nXhe conte$t winners will be those entrants with the higheit number of winning selections. There will betK) points or handicaps on any of the foQtBail sjames. The team that wins the game is the winning selection. In case of a tie,0ame, either team selected will coutotasawin. vSniMin MB Or HUMS MIQ tmlj Forms /Irt'AMiHablo Now ot tho NoyM Inn Cooino^ Cisniirf CiQt* SPECIAL.BONUS: All entrants will receive a prim^rib or porterhouse steak dinner for two in the Royalty Room. WMAIMMiinMiTlin ^Hdmtofth9mo$tfib9na foolM fVirfaiy cardi in (fct unfit Hndtren Hem* Ntws, Htmknon, Nva TuMdoy, August 29, 1971 Las Vegas Eeally • T floor to keep us cool, h is August l9Sland after we left Kingman, Arizona on our desert journey to the oasis of Boulder City I began wondering if \ had made a terrible mistake in accepting a job in such a barren wasteland. First impressions: shimmering, blinding waves; miles and miles of nothing but milesand miles; long eared jack rabbits confused and bowled over like ten pins by night drivers) weary gas station attendants fatigued by the oppressive hear. What hardships those pioneers endured! Then, as we turned a sharp curve, there is was _8oulder Dam! Spectacular! And the heart quickens it beat at the sight, A few more miles and we come upon a true oasis Boulder City. Green, cool, trees, lawns, water, civilization. We stay in Boulder overnight and next morning drive to our new home in Henderson. 1950 population of-Henderson less than +,000: population today • over 20,000. In 1950 a total of 160.000 people lived in the entire state of Nevada. Las Vegas' population was appoximately 25,000 in 1950: the 1980 projection is 500,000 t)y the Universitjr of Nevada, What aeeountf for th* meteoric growth of Vegas and HMdrrson and Clark Cointy? Raeeatly wc vietted with Oran and Bonnie Gragson in Vegas. Oran served as Mayor of the city during the late 50's and through the 60's as the area experienced boom and growth. We also visited with one' of the pioneer publicists of the strip -Art Force of the MX).M. Grand Hotel. We're grateful to both Oran and Art for their bputs. RECREATION. Your "recreation-" in Vegas can be limited to a cab ride from the airport to your hotel and an escape from real values to the fairyland of^ air • conditio'ied casinos.-plastic chips, screaming crap shooters, lounge entertainment, and main room shows. Pity! Sad! For you have answered the siren call of the blazing neon Tigns and negFected the other side of a genuine Nevada vacation. Combine the sybaratic indoor man made-pleasures with the outdoor natural attractions ./. this is the ideal Vegas vacation wMdl so Mny totiHiti Ntturc 1M leen kind to the Vegas area. Fishiag? I have eauffct mountain iwtH la (he wilderness of the Utah Utntahs and the Ruby Valley mountains of Northern Nevada. I have fished W.Va,'s New-River and Greenbrier • and caught my first redeye with a homemade pinhood in Paint Creek. New York's Finger Lakes and Eries Presque Isle lagoons have given me many hours of fishing joyi The ultimate? Lake Mead. Nevada has everything.-Size: over 500 miles of shoreline. 115 miles long. 255 square miles. Beauty: miles of towering cliffs and secluded inlets plus picnic areas and beaches make up Lake Mead. Fishing: no closed season to -catch blue gills, trout, and my favorite large mouth bass. A tip; ask the natives to point out the location of gypsum beds, cast towards the beds, and Iguarantee the large in wteter on Mt. Charleston. There are wtldflowen, desert type trees such as jochua and yucc, and familiar pine, and waterfalls and trails for hiking. The area has camping and picnic area and skiing. Another recreational surprise is Tuie Springs ten miles northwest of Vegas. Here is an oasis of neriy 700 acres owned by the city which features good picnic facilities/-tropical palms, a man made lake, and archeological diggings. I color photography is your hobby then a "must" on your trip is a visit to the Valley of-Fire. Here is a state park that combines vivid colors with unusual rock formations and Indian rock writings, h's an easy drive via routes 91 and 40 to the upper area of Lake Mead. Just a few hours of driving time takes you to Grand Canyon, Bcyce and Zion Parks, and Death Valley. And. of course, one of the seven wonders of the w orld_Jlocated Take time on your visit to Vegas and really ^roell the roses nature proytdM, Fish and iwim in' Uke Mead, marvel at* (he uniqueneai of Mt, Charlesto, Tulc Springs, desert National Wildlife Range. Tike time, one clear nifht, to shut out the blacing neofla fid oasino clatter, and walk into the desert quiet to listen te the stillness and study tile sharpness 9f heavea's jewels this is sdaoe, comfort. exHilaratien without need for artificial stimulus. m JEAN DinroN WORKING FOR YOU Xkmm ABOUT PEOPLE" Increased tax exemption program for Disabled Veteransand Senior Citizens. Sponsored legislation calling for major tax refomn — editorialized as "one of the most innovative legislative ideas discussed during the legislature." "COMPETENCE AND INTEGRITY" A national publication lists Las Vegas among the five most equally and fairly appraised cities in America ... In fact, appraisals of the Las Vegas Strip prompted a leading newspaper to say, we have no doubt the appraisals are accurate, even to the large resort businesses which experienced the bigger increase. • "mouth bass wiTlhit. If fishing is not your turnon. then take a-drive to the Mt. Charieston area about J5 miles northwest of Vegas. You'll be surprised. Yes, there is an alpine forest, cool summer temperatures, and -snow about 30 miles from Vegas Hoover Dam. or Boulder Dam according to many of the natives. Special -tours, are conducted by government guides and your elevator trip down is an experience to be remembered forever. A ssessor Democrat Pd. Pol, Adv. Citizens for.Jean Dutton, Ed Feeney, Chairman ATT6NTI0N RV LEASING NOW AVAILABLE STOP IN OR CALL FOR PARTICULARS BMND NEW -78 AllECRO 21 FT. n5,fr35' SALE PRICE 'Plus dif. prerp, handling. Irtm. IM($ 220 AMP dual batteries witfitHde. extra gas tank with gauge.Sj7vj c. ft. refrigtrator, trailer, hitch, front bunk, solid heavy curtains, arm rfst, roof rack and ladder, fancy wheel coven, sun visers, screen door, 4.5 Kohler generator, 13.500 roof air condition, pver size-bath. BRAND NEW 1978 AMERICAN CLIPPER LIST *ALI J18995 $15,995 Automatic, power steering, ppwer brakes, dash air condition, cruise control, AM/FM 8 track stereo, roof rack, ladder, spare tire. No. 850. 78 SUfERIOR 28 R. S KW gnrlor. dull root lr condition, dun ir crylM control. TV iniannt. root nek' iiddsf, mutt Me 10 poMlbiy botlcv* I unit only In ItOCk '21.998 Up to 7-10 ;rs dnancing available as low as 10% down or equivalent trade-tn DEMONSTRATOR 1978 APOLLO 30 FT. 33.74T SALE PRICE 'Plus dir prep irsns gt ready & taiet 6.6 power plant, micro wave, color TV, bar console, ice maker, wheel covers, 13,500 BTU roof air with heat front & rear, engine air cooler, CB radio pkg., roof rack/ladder, electric rotary spot light, chrome plated wheel aUd much more. Thn coach has been used but neve' registered • 1978 ITVt FT. MOBILE TRAVELER 799y Plus dIr. prep. Irini, gel ready & taiet Fancy wheel covers, frame, on gas bottles, hide-a-bed, ice box, stove, balance pkg. No. 714. /H.I -75 TMVETTE MINI M076R Generalix. root dr. (sh IK. AM/fM t trad Stca. root rick/taMer *9995 -74 CHEV 4i4 PU w/1977 CMpir AiiUmatic. powr br*. ttrmg. AW. lilm I tnck. Sceitidtl iMviw. dual tun tmkt fancy 4iNh. tut ln, Mptr mc* '6495 LOW MILEAGE 'Plus di' prep. Irtns. gel rea^ 4 laie* Roar bath, trailer hiich, root racD/laMw, CB, rediel liree, electric tlep. TV tntenrM,' overhead driver s coatpanment, cunoin, kiiufy deeign group, microwave oven, blender, leak decor group 1 muCA morel '73 FOm FZ90 PU Wim owtiead campw. 4 tpead. *2995 -77 M08ILE TMVELER 11^ n. MWI NOME fully sff cgwUtnod ^lQw fwtes. 1977 TMNS COACH 27 n. MOTOR HOME Powff plant root air Mti m. sttrao. root rack t ladder, ry low miiaage No Vlk '19396 POP-UP CAMPERS 10 IN STOCK WW m tnon bedl. k>ng bed*, import trucks. Broncos. Bluars. lour models to cl>ose I'om Pin MnuUTIM I TMH MOO COT '77 MOIIIE TRAVELER Wit It. MINI HOME Vwv low miUs, likt new <7995 •77 (RTEZ Zl'^ ft. MOTOR HOME Automatic power stetrlng & brakas. air. lilt wtieei. tnwtr plant, root m. (ngin an. root rack/ladder, spare tire No 77)A ^20.995 CENTER SALES' SERVICE -PARTS • ACCESSORIES • ^REF P'JMP PHOPANF • 'IP[N SUNDAf 3333 E. FREMONT 457-8046 AfteM#jHum DwW2l He Works 100% For You Pd by Committee to Re-Elect Nash Sena Chma BudfY hukner Ruth Biankenshn] Coorl '•^ • ^OBi M *^ II. u n. lapi I. It tm i

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hndtrMn Hem* Nw*, Hcndenon, Nav^ ^g4 Clark County Voteit muil tied a nfw Ditttiil Court Judqp Dittnd Court DrpI 12 ii new and hat no intumbeni ELECT Test Fire Your Shotgun THE QUALIFIED CANDIDATE Dedicated to integrity and lulltime work. Pd Political Ad-Romanni (or JixJgt Cormrimee-Ntil Sloe urn Chairman BURCHARD E. WINNE, M.D. F.A.C.S. Colon & Rectal Surgery oipioniit mm Bom m COKII t m Surgetu al ihe new Mo/.-(and Pro'essiono/ Building U Suite 512 • 3121 S Matyhnd Poiiwoy • 73nU4 By Appomlment Only ^ Dneclly oi f •^^ 'lom Sunriic Ho>pi(o/ :i Most bird hunters i(now little, if anything, about what comes out of their shotgun when the trigger is pulled; but it only takes a few minutes to learn, and it could mean the difference in the numberof clean kills scored this hunting season. All that's needed is a roll of wrapping paper or several sheets of newspaper. Draw a 30 • inch circle and pin the paper target to a frame or suitable exact loads you will be shooting. The number of pellet holes within the 30-inch circle shows the effective patLet's be Fair! Home taxes have increased from 75 percent to 500 percent The state surplus is over $100,000,000 dollars. We don't need it. We can and must reduce property taxes. We need rjRI a strong voice. tern you can expect on a well-placed shot at a flying target. Around 50 perc^jit of the shot will be within the circle, the percentage varies with the choke and can range from almost 75 percent on a full choke to only 40 percent with cylinder bore (no choke). To determine percentage, divide the circled holes by the shot pellets contained in the load you shoot. For example, a 12gauge shellAvith \% ounces of No. 7'4 shot contains some 395 pellets. If the circle has 229 holes, the percentaRC is 58. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICI TO CIIDtTOIt AND OTHIIS CONCIINfO Knuamt •• Nli II 110, ><.l It Wr^kv ttn rtisl wi iwly ) I, I 7I, Ih. HM4WW< MaintwiWM. CMp.r.l* AuMiatlwi *4II All cfWtMn tiin (tatm .f^ml lM< niMlmtwi mvM Hl Mi clstmi wttM. A few more shots on fi-esh paper at 20 and 30 yards are equally eye • opening. Even improved cylinder barrels "tighten" considerably at shorter ranges where the shot string, like a stream of water from a garden hose, is beginning to disperse I .hMlM^ kr • CM*. '0 M.A., 1.1.1,10.15, 17,11. M.W.J'. I7I LEGAL NOTICE 111 rtw lifkih Jw^Ui.l OiiifKt Cwl .1 )K. StoK tl N.V.4., tn and Ht iK. Cwnty ml CisHi elect I Pd Pol ftdv Paid tor by Joe Juller^ Nonci ot AmiCAnoN K>I niMissiON TO APflOfllATI THI rUiUC WtTilS Of THi STATI or NIVADA AuousT 10, itra ApylH.lwn N. ]>Sa4 N.IK. 11 t>*r.br a'**" •*• w< I'M lOtti d.r tl ion. )'(. C Uw, N.ilMn rod SKo'wt C N.ilMn t> 1.1 V.ai St.l. t> N..d. m.d< fflKa>w< ft Ht. Sl.l. in. gin... .1 N.v.da t9t ^.rnutt*.!, I. opp n pn.l. 0 011 %tf>6 Hl WIK. ^VWK •'.(.rt .1 iK. St.f. W N.voda Dtv.r*.n iwt •.land 0 W.ll.r9.r4 St.*. Inf ina.f t*-h^ Ii. ]] ]. Uft 11, If71 mm i ATTENTION!! Home Owners All Types Remodeling ROOM ADDITIONS ALUMINUM SIDING MOBILE HOME REPAIRS GARAGE ENCLOSURES KITCHENS BATHS PATIO COVERS AOD-A-ROOM FOR MOBILE HOMES LICENSED* BONDEDINSURED ^^*-'FINANCING 386-6070 452.730 AVAIIABW J^EDEAU CONSTRUCTION 235 N. EASTERN SUITE 117 IN STEWART SQUARE Ua NO. 14832 N. 04*01 -tti i rtmtft vs no CAnuo, Dafandonl SUMMONS THi STATi Of NIVADA UNOS OliiTINOS TO THi AlOVI NAMIO Dfff NDANT V.W .r h.fbv ivmrnanad ond ra^uirad I. i.r.. ufmn liU. liAVin I GIIIN, CHAITIIIO, ^anillffl .nwny, wtwM addxit i> Ml i.lt tndfdf AMIIV., l Vtgot, Nv.d. IfOlO en oniw., th. C.mp4int wHktt • ( Krwitti MrvW wfan rmi. wrtKin 10 dayt oft*r lafvH. t4 Ikit Summant upan yaw, .iclMliv. tl ttia ^y M ••nncf If yaw^foil t. d. M, |udfmant hy dafaull will ba latiaM againtl yw flf^ Ida ralwf d.nMfldad in fha Cam^aint TKii if an (Ktwn ta diitalva th bandi af nrwinmany naw aiiitinf bah*.aan ptainfHf ond dafandonl lOIIHA lOWHiUN. Claii af CMI •y MAISHA f AOIIU, OafWIy Clafb (DISTIIO COUIT Sf All DATi A|< tiaraby |iMn tfwl an Ika 17lk day al Juna 1*71, Danald i McCwHy af iton Sis), af Nmada moda affliiatlan )a iK. Slat* inginaa* af Navada faf ^imiiiian ta B M i.".*. 0 12 •a<.nd laat af tKa ^blH walati af >Ka Slala af Navoda Oi varwan It la ba m.da #,m mn wndarg^awnd • awrta af a pmn* lacotad within tfia Nwr NW'.SaXianll, T14S.>57i,MOi t M af at a pmtrti ham wfticfc tfta SW camaf af taid SaOlan )1, baan S l*']rll"W. 0 diMaiKa af 4310 SI taat Watai will ba UMd fa* irrtfatian oit^ damailM pvrpmtmt fram imnvmrf I it *• DMambai 3 lit af aocb yaai Data af fini ^Uiiatian Au IS, 1*71 Data af ll puWi<.iian Sapl II. Itl Sifxad (aland D Waltatta'd Stafa fnfiriaar H.fvt IS. 11. 1, Sa^ S. II, 1*71 IN TM DOffTM JUMOAL OltTMa COtMT 0* TM STAH 0> NIVAOA. IN AltO KM TM COUNTY 0 CUM Na D4S1I WAltH ATAMANK, VS MOMn ATAMANK. TM HATI 0* NIVAOA SINDS MHTINOS TO rw AtOVINAMK OW M OAIff Tow mm Iwi^Ai m iwmawad and Wfwlnd W ,a,,M 1^^ HMMM MOMtfV WOfift. MMT t IllOa—I, AfMfMTt M IM, pMMtfri i n iiM>, • *• i^iiii la m lMdnl i. UMfHA MMMAAN, CM df Ciif •y Cnt ••**•, Oi*My CWii (OtITMCT COUn HM) OAII AvfMi I. itri H-Aof I*. It, 1. kpl 1, II. itn NOTKi 0 AmKATION lO* PIIMISSION TO APnonun TM ruouc WATIH O fM ITATI W NIVAOA AUOAT 10, l71 A^l ft* MHO Natia. It liMkT ffiwi KM • • rin M day af Mr 1*71, Mia Onfi aa^ t-k WaMaMiM al Ut V*t Uf 1 Ma
. mK ii* 0.1* af fim bMilii Attt II. *fn Oat* af laH $,kUwmir S*ft It, IfTI Sit'iad MwdO Wii Um i Si Tuttday, Auqutt 29, 1978 ^ m Friendly Frank*s First Annual PsMoo "PNX TK PROS" FOOTBAUCgMTES'L^ No Points. NQ Handicaps. Just Pick The Winners H OT PUKE nW iEV $5y000y00 UOTPua SLOOOLOO $100 Ent ry Fee PARTIAL UST OF RULES All contestants must be 21 years of age. A person may enter the contest as many times as he^or she wishes. AH federal wagering taxes will be paid by the Royal Inn Casino. The contest will involve selecting the winning teams during the National Football Leaguers regular season games of 1978. nXhe conte$t winners will be those entrants with the higheit number of winning selections. There will betK) points or handicaps on any of the foQtBail sjames. The team that wins the game is the winning selection. In case of a tie,0ame, either team selected will coutotasawin. vSniMin MB Or HUMS MIQ tmlj Forms /Irt'AMiHablo Now ot tho NoyM Inn Cooino^ Cisniirf CiQt* SPECIAL.BONUS: All entrants will receive a prim^rib or porterhouse steak dinner for two in the Royalty Room. WMAIMMiinMiTlin ^Hdmtofth9mo$tfib9na foolM fVirfaiy cardi in (fct unfit Hndtren Hem* Ntws, Htmknon, Nva TuMdoy, August 29, 1971 Las Vegas Eeally • T floor to keep us cool, h is August l9Sland after we left Kingman, Arizona on our desert journey to the oasis of Boulder City I began wondering if \ had made a terrible mistake in accepting a job in such a barren wasteland. First impressions: shimmering, blinding waves; miles and miles of nothing but milesand miles; long eared jack rabbits confused and bowled over like ten pins by night drivers) weary gas station attendants fatigued by the oppressive hear. What hardships those pioneers endured! Then, as we turned a sharp curve, there is was _8oulder Dam! Spectacular! And the heart quickens it beat at the sight, A few more miles and we come upon a true oasis Boulder City. Green, cool, trees, lawns, water, civilization. We stay in Boulder overnight and next morning drive to our new home in Henderson. 1950 population of-Henderson less than +,000: population today • over 20,000. In 1950 a total of 160.000 people lived in the entire state of Nevada. Las Vegas' population was appoximately 25,000 in 1950: the 1980 projection is 500,000 t)y the Universitjr of Nevada, What aeeountf for th* meteoric growth of Vegas and HMdrrson and Clark Cointy? Raeeatly wc vietted with Oran and Bonnie Gragson in Vegas. Oran served as Mayor of the city during the late 50's and through the 60's as the area experienced boom and growth. We also visited with one' of the pioneer publicists of the strip -Art Force of the MX).M. Grand Hotel. We're grateful to both Oran and Art for their bputs. RECREATION. Your "recreation-" in Vegas can be limited to a cab ride from the airport to your hotel and an escape from real values to the fairyland of^ air • conditio'ied casinos.-plastic chips, screaming crap shooters, lounge entertainment, and main room shows. Pity! Sad! For you have answered the siren call of the blazing neon Tigns and negFected the other side of a genuine Nevada vacation. Combine the sybaratic indoor man made-pleasures with the outdoor natural attractions ./. this is the ideal Vegas vacation wMdl so Mny totiHiti Ntturc 1M leen kind to the Vegas area. Fishiag? I have eauffct mountain iwtH la (he wilderness of the Utah Utntahs and the Ruby Valley mountains of Northern Nevada. I have fished W.Va,'s New-River and Greenbrier • and caught my first redeye with a homemade pinhood in Paint Creek. New York's Finger Lakes and Eries Presque Isle lagoons have given me many hours of fishing joyi The ultimate? Lake Mead. Nevada has everything.-Size: over 500 miles of shoreline. 115 miles long. 255 square miles. Beauty: miles of towering cliffs and secluded inlets plus picnic areas and beaches make up Lake Mead. Fishing: no closed season to -catch blue gills, trout, and my favorite large mouth bass. A tip; ask the natives to point out the location of gypsum beds, cast towards the beds, and Iguarantee the large in wteter on Mt. Charleston. There are wtldflowen, desert type trees such as jochua and yucc, and familiar pine, and waterfalls and trails for hiking. The area has camping and picnic area and skiing. Another recreational surprise is Tuie Springs ten miles northwest of Vegas. Here is an oasis of neriy 700 acres owned by the city which features good picnic facilities/-tropical palms, a man made lake, and archeological diggings. I color photography is your hobby then a "must" on your trip is a visit to the Valley of-Fire. Here is a state park that combines vivid colors with unusual rock formations and Indian rock writings, h's an easy drive via routes 91 and 40 to the upper area of Lake Mead. Just a few hours of driving time takes you to Grand Canyon, Bcyce and Zion Parks, and Death Valley. And. of course, one of the seven wonders of the w orld_Jlocated Take time on your visit to Vegas and really ^roell the roses nature proytdM, Fish and iwim in' Uke Mead, marvel at* (he uniqueneai of Mt, Charlesto, Tulc Springs, desert National Wildlife Range. Tike time, one clear nifht, to shut out the blacing neofla fid oasino clatter, and walk into the desert quiet to listen te the stillness and study tile sharpness 9f heavea's jewels this is sdaoe, comfort. exHilaratien without need for artificial stimulus. m JEAN DinroN WORKING FOR YOU Xkmm ABOUT PEOPLE" Increased tax exemption program for Disabled Veteransand Senior Citizens. Sponsored legislation calling for major tax refomn — editorialized as "one of the most innovative legislative ideas discussed during the legislature." "COMPETENCE AND INTEGRITY" A national publication lists Las Vegas among the five most equally and fairly appraised cities in America ... In fact, appraisals of the Las Vegas Strip prompted a leading newspaper to say, we have no doubt the appraisals are accurate, even to the large resort businesses which experienced the bigger increase. • "mouth bass wiTlhit. If fishing is not your turnon. then take a-drive to the Mt. Charieston area about J5 miles northwest of Vegas. You'll be surprised. Yes, there is an alpine forest, cool summer temperatures, and -snow about 30 miles from Vegas Hoover Dam. or Boulder Dam according to many of the natives. Special -tours, are conducted by government guides and your elevator trip down is an experience to be remembered forever. A ssessor Democrat Pd. Pol, Adv. Citizens for.Jean Dutton, Ed Feeney, Chairman ATT6NTI0N RV LEASING NOW AVAILABLE STOP IN OR CALL FOR PARTICULARS BMND NEW -78 AllECRO 21 FT. n5,fr35' SALE PRICE 'Plus dif. prerp, handling. Irtm. IM($ 220 AMP dual batteries witfitHde. extra gas tank with gauge.Sj7vj c. ft. refrigtrator, trailer, hitch, front bunk, solid heavy curtains, arm rfst, roof rack and ladder, fancy wheel coven, sun visers, screen door, 4.5 Kohler generator, 13.500 roof air condition, pver size-bath. BRAND NEW 1978 AMERICAN CLIPPER LIST *ALI J18995 $15,995 Automatic, power steering, ppwer brakes, dash air condition, cruise control, AM/FM 8 track stereo, roof rack, ladder, spare tire. No. 850. 78 SUfERIOR 28 R. S KW gnrlor. dull root lr condition, dun ir crylM control. TV iniannt. root nek' iiddsf, mutt Me 10 poMlbiy botlcv* I unit only In ItOCk '21.998 Up to 7-10 ;rs dnancing available as low as 10% down or equivalent trade-tn DEMONSTRATOR 1978 APOLLO 30 FT. 33.74T SALE PRICE 'Plus dir prep irsns gt ready & taiet 6.6 power plant, micro wave, color TV, bar console, ice maker, wheel covers, 13,500 BTU roof air with heat front & rear, engine air cooler, CB radio pkg., roof rack/ladder, electric rotary spot light, chrome plated wheel aUd much more. Thn coach has been used but neve' registered • 1978 ITVt FT. MOBILE TRAVELER 799y Plus dIr. prep. Irini, gel ready & taiet Fancy wheel covers, frame, on gas bottles, hide-a-bed, ice box, stove, balance pkg. No. 714. /H.I -75 TMVETTE MINI M076R Generalix. root dr. (sh IK. AM/fM t trad Stca. root rick/taMer *9995 -74 CHEV 4i4 PU w/1977 CMpir AiiUmatic. powr br*. ttrmg. AW. lilm I tnck. Sceitidtl iMviw. dual tun tmkt fancy 4iNh. tut ln, Mptr mc* '6495 LOW MILEAGE 'Plus di' prep. Irtns. gel rea^ 4 laie* Roar bath, trailer hiich, root racD/laMw, CB, rediel liree, electric tlep. TV tntenrM,' overhead driver s coatpanment, cunoin, kiiufy deeign group, microwave oven, blender, leak decor group 1 muCA morel '73 FOm FZ90 PU Wim owtiead campw. 4 tpead. *2995 -77 M08ILE TMVELER 11^ n. MWI NOME fully sff cgwUtnod ^lQw fwtes. 1977 TMNS COACH 27 n. MOTOR HOME Powff plant root air Mti m. sttrao. root rack t ladder, ry low miiaage No Vlk '19396 POP-UP CAMPERS 10 IN STOCK WW m tnon bedl. k>ng bed*, import trucks. Broncos. Bluars. lour models to cl>ose I'om Pin MnuUTIM I TMH MOO COT '77 MOIIIE TRAVELER Wit It. MINI HOME Vwv low miUs, likt new <7995 •77 (RTEZ Zl'^ ft. MOTOR HOME Automatic power stetrlng & brakas. air. lilt wtieei. tnwtr plant, root m. (ngin an. root rack/ladder, spare tire No 77)A ^20.995 CENTER SALES' SERVICE -PARTS • ACCESSORIES • ^REF P'JMP PHOPANF • 'IP[N SUNDAf 3333 E. 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YOUR CHOICE OF SETS SAVE MOO GET ALL ZENITH QUALITY FEATURES PLUS INSTALLATION BY OUR OWN AUTHORIZED TECHNICIANS WIDE SCREEN "1000" HOME TELEVISION THEATRE OVER 1000 SQUARE INCHES OF VIEWING AREA ...that't over 3 Times bigger than any 25" diagonal set on the market today 'NEW DIMENSION IN PERFORMANCE TH£VIS10N THE GENERAL ELECTRIC VIR COLOR ThtVIR^BroacMt Controllfd Ctnttr" Random Access Remote Electronic Tuning Th chaitsid* camreniwct" md puihbuitoo eM o( remote cwitrol rttpontfs ccuftely to your commatKlS Th Btg PiClWI ) Single umt iJeiignwJ to lit conrtoftiwy into a livtno room or dtn No Mparjle proi:t No iliding draiMri or pantis taking up edra room RUGGED AC^LlC PlASTIC SCOEEN Built louqt< to stand up to normal iar am) tur AndraihaM wim a rmid det(rgfit TRIM ONE PIECE CABINET Cratttd ol thi tmtst Dfood soiidi and quality trtmtrs. acctnM by a rictt ultra suidt covifing ModM 4SyP9000W NOW ON DISPLAY SgQKTf "CWa 3661 Phone 734-0616 Maryland jqu.ire Shopping Center /. ONfil B /0lD ...The Christian Sons The Christian Sons is a male gospel trio from the mountains of Western Colorado. The group consists of three brothers, Dan. Wendel and Van Chriestenson. They are the sons of Rev. R.A. ChriesteRSon, pastor of the Assembly of God Church in Paonia, Colorado. In the past two years, the Christian Sons have traveled over 100,000 miles from coast to coast singing in conventions, on television, youth camps, revivals and concerts, sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ. Many souls have been reached as a result of their ministry. 'The ministry of the Christian Sons is one that wHl appeal to all ag e groups. From classical, to countr y, to contempbrary, this one theme is contant: Jesus Christ is Lo^rff^You can be assured that The Christian Sons won't be coming with a lot of loud, blaring instruments, and an offensive noise, but rather this is a quiet ministry that strives to lift up Christ at all times. The Christian Sons will be at Neighborhood Church at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, August 29th and 7 p.m. on Wednesday, August30th. Everyoneis invited to attend. Th lowMt point in tb continental Unit.d Stattt, Dtath Vallty, it 100 milat from thi highttt, Mt. Whitney. Str-etch YourJ *DOLI/1R0AT I ^ 4 1 HI-WAY AUTO t 3f 101 LAKE MEAIX-MfNDERSON Cemr of Loka MM^ i lewldvr Hwy. PH; 565-0737 Your Working AAon't Friend "WU nNANa ANYOW" Wl CAMY CONHACTS i $350. DOWN-NO GOIT NBKI 70 CONONR 4 k.. OMp $150. DOWN—NO OBIT MWD '62 FALCON 2 *., 6 cyM. ^ $200 DOWN-NO aOIT NBDID T '65 MEKUtY 4 *., ran gierf 1^ $300 DOWN-410 CKEDIT NEEDO 4 $450 DOWN-NO OSTT NEBDO 2 72 Vega cya dnap eceie T $400 DOWN^-NO OBIT NBDiD yL 70 Careael wpu nm pU 4 $450 DOWN-NO GSDIT NBDED i $500 DOWIh-NO CKDIT NEEDED ]f 70 Caetfar Irtp., XI7 ok 4 $300 DOWN-NO OSDn NEEDED T^ '67 dMiiar MUL, 4-sp4. 7 $500 DOWN-NO OMT NEBED I 70 Teifeit cpe. ifM *• $400 DOWN^-NO CKDIT NEEDED 70 SKYLAM Catvart. Leek $450 DOWN-NO dWT NEEDO Or IMr MA nlj^i MHiy $350 DOWN-NO OWT NBDED '69 AMC Wga^ OeM 70Neil%U|Nm If If t i jf jf > Hndnn Hem* Nw, HtndtrMn, Ntvoda INQVlRim CAMERi GIRL ... By Ho Raymnd TOD ATS QLESTlOy: If you could make a study of some special subject enough to execute it efficieutly^ what u'ould it ZIP, aud why? BASK READY MIX SERVING HENDERSON & BOULDER CITY Radio Dispatched 7 DAYS A WEEK SATURDAY & SUNDAY DELIVERY Tuday, August 29, 1978 PAUl SAVAGE • BASIC HIGH SCHOCl STUDENT • VETERINARIAN! I roitt pi9ont and enjoy Dr. Wall's kind information and help on my birds. I also like dogt ond would like to loom more about them. I would sp JMBERWOCKT [ w h CMMftW Cwtof M* PtofM ikita CMM YOUNG & RUE MOVING & STORAGE LEnERS TO THE EDITOR TL ^irit^ititirieictrirififitir'triririrititiiit^iritirtriiir^'Cririr'iriririfi^ i • r. • r* TO THE REGISTERED VOTERS AND CANDIDATES IN HENDERSON YOU ARE ALL WELCOME TO A THANK YOU PARTY SPONSORED BY THE COMMIHEE TO RETAIN: JUDGE R.L.TABONY JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. STARTING TIME 7i]0 PM TILL \. AT THE HENDERSON INN (FARINA'S) SAT. sm. I DANCING m PM TILL. ^-.^ PAID raunCAl AOVf RTISiMMT i^^i^i^*^*^i^i^^i^^^i^^*i^,^****i^***iVi^*^ifr*i^*i^^i^ xj^ x)xj^ x^ X)" x^ X)X)" x^ x^ x> x> X}X)X3X3x}xjXJ" x)X3X}X}x)x)x^ > 4 Dear Advisory Committee Member: 1 would like to cypress appreciation for your activities as an advisory committee member at Clark County Community college. Programs have benefited from committee recommendations and we are making necessary improvements and changes. A persona! goal would be that our programs reflect more and more the interest and expertise of the community in their development. This will become possible with your help and the implementation of new ideas from members of our advisory committees. Your active participation is encouraged as we feel that you represent the community and its needs in education. We w ill give sincere consideration to your recommendations and suggestion^ You are a major source of information in assessing community education needs. • Again I thank you for the time you have given the College in this capacity and am looking forward to working with you in the future. Sincerely. (s) Paul E. Kreider Interim President AGENT GLOBAL VAN LINES Total Service CUSTOMER S.XTISF.ACTION IS OUR •W^TGH WORD We consider your move completed only when you are completely satisfied. Phone 457-3060 Don Jo McNomoro Educofer-BfsiiMssmon Democrat STATE TREASURER "Time For A Change" A Family Man of Integrity Paid Pollticol Advertisement • • %• • • •* • *•** • • • • • • • • • ** • • • •••• • • ELECT DEMOCRAT ASSEMBLY DISTRICT 21 HOSS MELTON Hoss Melton, a Henderson resident a homeowmer, a hisband and a father. A dtizsn who h8^dedkatBd himself to total Qxnmiiitv affairs. J, A newcomer to Southern Nevada with new ideas to improve the quaity of ife in Henderson for al crtizans. • An active participant in SilARL, "State He^ America's Retired Bderi/*. • A devoted chairman on the Senior GtiBm AdMury Board <* A lealous member of the Henderson JayCeei ARhouyh Hoss Melton has only been a Hendamn readenl for a short time, he has fought for many things to better our dty and won. He has also worked along with city officials to solve several proUemi Hoss Metton fights arduouriy for the needs of the dty and doesn't give up. You the voter heve the chence to get iktrict twenty one on the straight road to a better govenvnent and out of the chuck holes of the pest • Youl benefit by making the chwge to Hoss Melton, State Assembly District 21 ELECT 4^i^ < Piid Poiicil Advartiument "A DIAMOND IN 1 HE ROUGH' ELECT

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YOUR CHOICE OF SETS SAVE MOO GET ALL ZENITH QUALITY FEATURES PLUS INSTALLATION BY OUR OWN AUTHORIZED TECHNICIANS WIDE SCREEN "1000" HOME TELEVISION THEATRE OVER 1000 SQUARE INCHES OF VIEWING AREA ...that't over 3 Times bigger than any 25" diagonal set on the market today 'NEW DIMENSION IN PERFORMANCE TH£VIS10N THE GENERAL ELECTRIC VIR COLOR ThtVIR^BroacMt Controllfd Ctnttr" Random Access Remote Electronic Tuning Th chaitsid* camreniwct" md puihbuitoo eM o( remote cwitrol rttpontfs ccuftely to your commatKlS Th Btg PiClWI ) Single umt iJeiignwJ to lit conrtoftiwy into a livtno room or dtn No Mparjle proi:t No iliding draiMri or pantis taking up edra room RUGGED AC^LlC PlASTIC SCOEEN Built louqt< to stand up to normal iar am) tur AndraihaM wim a rmid det(rgfit TRIM ONE PIECE CABINET Cratttd ol thi tmtst Dfood soiidi and quality trtmtrs. acctnM by a rictt ultra suidt covifing ModM 4SyP9000W NOW ON DISPLAY SgQKTf "CWa 3661 Phone 734-0616 Maryland jqu.ire Shopping Center /. ONfil B /0lD ...The Christian Sons The Christian Sons is a male gospel trio from the mountains of Western Colorado. The group consists of three brothers, Dan. Wendel and Van Chriestenson. They are the sons of Rev. R.A. ChriesteRSon, pastor of the Assembly of God Church in Paonia, Colorado. In the past two years, the Christian Sons have traveled over 100,000 miles from coast to coast singing in conventions, on television, youth camps, revivals and concerts, sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ. Many souls have been reached as a result of their ministry. 'The ministry of the Christian Sons is one that wHl appeal to all ag e groups. From classical, to countr y, to contempbrary, this one theme is contant: Jesus Christ is Lo^rff^You can be assured that The Christian Sons won't be coming with a lot of loud, blaring instruments, and an offensive noise, but rather this is a quiet ministry that strives to lift up Christ at all times. The Christian Sons will be at Neighborhood Church at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, August 29th and 7 p.m. on Wednesday, August30th. Everyoneis invited to attend. Th lowMt point in tb continental Unit.d Stattt, Dtath Vallty, it 100 milat from thi highttt, Mt. Whitney. Str-etch YourJ *DOLI/1R0AT I ^ 4 1 HI-WAY AUTO t 3f 101 LAKE MEAIX-MfNDERSON Cemr of Loka MM^ i lewldvr Hwy. PH; 565-0737 Your Working AAon't Friend "WU nNANa ANYOW" Wl CAMY CONHACTS i $350. DOWN-NO GOIT NBKI 70 CONONR 4 k.. OMp $150. DOWN—NO OBIT MWD '62 FALCON 2 *., 6 cyM. ^ $200 DOWN-NO aOIT NBDID T '65 MEKUtY 4 *., ran gierf 1^ $300 DOWN-410 CKEDIT NEEDO 4 $450 DOWN-NO OSTT NEBDO 2 72 Vega cya dnap eceie T $400 DOWN^-NO OBIT NBDiD yL 70 Careael wpu nm pU 4 $450 DOWN-NO GSDIT NBDED i $500 DOWIh-NO CKDIT NEEDED ]f 70 Caetfar Irtp., XI7 ok 4 $300 DOWN-NO OSDn NEEDED T^ '67 dMiiar MUL, 4-sp4. 7 $500 DOWN-NO OMT NEBED I 70 Teifeit cpe. ifM *• $400 DOWN^-NO CKDIT NEEDED 70 SKYLAM Catvart. Leek $450 DOWN-NO dWT NEEDO Or IMr MA nlj^i MHiy $350 DOWN-NO OWT NBDED '69 AMC Wga^ OeM 70Neil%U|Nm If If t i jf jf > Hndnn Hem* Nw, HtndtrMn, Ntvoda INQVlRim CAMERi GIRL ... By Ho Raymnd TOD ATS QLESTlOy: If you could make a study of some special subject enough to execute it efficieutly^ what u'ould it ZIP, aud why? BASK READY MIX SERVING HENDERSON & BOULDER CITY Radio Dispatched 7 DAYS A WEEK SATURDAY & SUNDAY DELIVERY Tuday, August 29, 1978 PAUl SAVAGE • BASIC HIGH SCHOCl STUDENT • VETERINARIAN! I roitt pi9ont and enjoy Dr. Wall's kind information and help on my birds. I also like dogt ond would like to loom more about them. I would sp JMBERWOCKT [ w h CMMftW Cwtof M* PtofM ikita CMM YOUNG & RUE MOVING & STORAGE LEnERS TO THE EDITOR TL ^irit^ititirieictrirififitir'triririrititiiit^iritirtriiir^'Cririr'iriririfi^ i • r. • r* TO THE REGISTERED VOTERS AND CANDIDATES IN HENDERSON YOU ARE ALL WELCOME TO A THANK YOU PARTY SPONSORED BY THE COMMIHEE TO RETAIN: JUDGE R.L.TABONY JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. STARTING TIME 7i]0 PM TILL \. AT THE HENDERSON INN (FARINA'S) SAT. sm. I DANCING m PM TILL. ^-.^ PAID raunCAl AOVf RTISiMMT i^^i^i^*^*^i^i^^i^^^i^^*i^,^****i^***iVi^*^ifr*i^*i^^i^ xj^ x)xj^ x^ X)" x^ X)X)" x^ x^ x> x> X}X)X3X3x}xjXJ" x)X3X}X}x)x)x^ > 4 Dear Advisory Committee Member: 1 would like to cypress appreciation for your activities as an advisory committee member at Clark County Community college. Programs have benefited from committee recommendations and we are making necessary improvements and changes. A persona! goal would be that our programs reflect more and more the interest and expertise of the community in their development. This will become possible with your help and the implementation of new ideas from members of our advisory committees. Your active participation is encouraged as we feel that you represent the community and its needs in education. We w ill give sincere consideration to your recommendations and suggestion^ You are a major source of information in assessing community education needs. • Again I thank you for the time you have given the College in this capacity and am looking forward to working with you in the future. Sincerely. (s) Paul E. Kreider Interim President AGENT GLOBAL VAN LINES Total Service CUSTOMER S.XTISF.ACTION IS OUR •W^TGH WORD We consider your move completed only when you are completely satisfied. Phone 457-3060 Don Jo McNomoro Educofer-BfsiiMssmon Democrat STATE TREASURER "Time For A Change" A Family Man of Integrity Paid Pollticol Advertisement • • %• • • •* • *•** • • • • • • • • • ** • • • •••• • • ELECT DEMOCRAT ASSEMBLY DISTRICT 21 HOSS MELTON Hoss Melton, a Henderson resident a homeowmer, a hisband and a father. A dtizsn who h8^dedkatBd himself to total Qxnmiiitv affairs. J, A newcomer to Southern Nevada with new ideas to improve the quaity of ife in Henderson for al crtizans. • An active participant in SilARL, "State He^ America's Retired Bderi/*. • A devoted chairman on the Senior GtiBm AdMury Board <* A lealous member of the Henderson JayCeei ARhouyh Hoss Melton has only been a Hendamn readenl for a short time, he has fought for many things to better our dty and won. He has also worked along with city officials to solve several proUemi Hoss Metton fights arduouriy for the needs of the dty and doesn't give up. You the voter heve the chence to get iktrict twenty one on the straight road to a better govenvnent and out of the chuck holes of the pest • Youl benefit by making the chwge to Hoss Melton, State Assembly District 21 ELECT 4^i^ < Piid Poiicil Advartiument "A DIAMOND IN 1 HE ROUGH' ELECT

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SHAKLEE PRODUCTS Rhoda D. Hagadone Authoriwd Dittributor 293-4350 B.C We'll Call On Youl. HANDYMAN All types yard • work Sprinklers, hauling. light plumbini! & painting Darwin or Ross 4S1 60BS o 452-7547 FOR SALE 20' Revella Travel trailer, self contained, air. dual tanks plus extras Mu.st tic seen to he appreciated $2,100 CJII 293 312] BC 7?^ Barracuda for sale Exc ..condition auto • air 4 56 posi tractio"h Many extras Must see $1895 870-3472 Keep trying ^ V*— 1 I ) LOOKING to buy a home In Boulder City' See Mender son Realty ad or call 964 • 2515 -^ • Lawn. Yard. Sprinkler* iiiaintcfiance. Iiliin(!. ^pruninc tree cuttini;^ ^ Vsk for Leroj; Marquez FOR SALE 1977 Yamaha 890. fully dressed, very good cond., $1700 or best offer. 1977 Yamaha Enduro J50. $600, call 564-2592 WEEKLY Rooms Kitchenettes Utilities k Linens Furn. Color TVs Air Cond Ph Yolanda. 4512445 Free: Glass, mirror lumber cutoffs. Kelly's Glass. 564-2103 N.^N^ iNigtio Tuttdoy, August 29, 1971 0 to marke CONTRACTOR REMODEL CARPORT ENCLOSLRES OR WHATHWE YOl' Lloyd Peugh ^ 564-5321 •NO. 15064 1 BDRM UNFURN DUPLEX APT for rent 636 Ave M., BC $19S per mo, 1st. last plus deposit Inquire at 632 \ve. M B.C. to see. For rent 3 bdrm. 1^4 bath Chism Home Avail, immediately $450 mo 1st. last mo rent includes cleaning deposit Contact S. Powers, 736-2363 or 458 79'-' ; SILVER ROWE KENNELS I Spare 2 hrs. a day to build a career as Mary Kay Cosmetic Beauty Consultant Call now • Elvie Mann at 293-2784. \LSO for complimentary facial cal above number I FOR SALE 18' Boat with trailer Johnson 85 walk thru windshield, trolling motor Excell cond $2,500. 293-4194 B C. HAIRDRESSER WANTED full or part time. FLOYD'S FASHION CURL, Please call 283-3525. B.C. s^^= CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY Home-Office Auto-Boats Antique Restoration Excellent selection of fabric. 29.'? 4953 BC. FOR S\LE 74 VW Station Wacon 412 Onlv 17,000 mi Playpen & round walker 5659410 Hdn GIRLS BICYCLE Spyder BEST OFFER • Like new 565 7485 Thurs after 1 00. Leave message al 565 6793 Hdn FOR RENT IN BOl'LDER CITY 1 hdrm house. $':50 mo uiil included, ph 29.3 1937 Handyman needed All phases of remodeling Call Kelly Glass 564-2103 SALESMAN WANTED tract homes Send resu Charles H Meyers C Co Att'n Fred Stone Box 2068. Henderson ^C! I DESERT TRIM SHOP Custom Upholstery 1680 Nev Hwy. BC 293-4939 | Autos. Furniture. Etc I FREEEST.PU 4Del An | tique Cars & St Rods a spe j nalty i 20 YRS EXPERIENCE Dog k cat Boarding — Training in Kennel & Classes AKC Alaskan Malamute Puppies and Stud Service Wayne Ht 564-198? fedOaUrtl REMODELING. RE NOVATING. NEW CONTRUCTION quality orkmanship at affordable prices Call Knppi Enterprises The Custom Builders 565 7421 or 565 7612 NEEDING BABYSITTING JOBS $:;5 wk Care in my home Jail between 10 & 5. 565^9166 BOAT FOR SALE 144 ft fiberelass with 33 hp John son In good condition with trailer. $650 or best offer 565 0675 msEu suMun Alto having Iraining prog ram each Wed. night liabelle'i Beiuly Salon S34 BIdr. Hwy. 565^3$$. REPAIR, washers 4 dryers Boulder City, PORTER ELEC. INC. Wanted: Boy w-lawn mower who wants to work Mow & weed every 2 wks. Call 565-9015 after 8 p m. Henderson Child Core Center Daily t WHkly RitM St. Peter's Holl, Bovider Hwy. 565-9384 om pimmm FOR RENT-New home 3 hdr 2 bath. 2 car garage $410 per month No Pets. Available immediately. 1st last, plus security deposit 293 4729 BC From $39,995 PH. 565-6199 ^fuuinr •----~"^"---------I ,1,1 | i n^ ^ i Wtd A(( Iftm £M UegM "DOM'^ nAV itFtgO" "HOW TO WIN AT KINO" pT% ^Wiih.fi I^MMI, mm ovoilW. oi*y U 9} lirnt o*Mts INC 3351 if"^ Movxioi" U V^M Ui, Loi V.9ai Naa IVIO] I7J.1M5 Qeneril Builder NEW CONSTRUCTION S'ntfM.f or lorftf ffio^H Oftd EiiamCAi Kirvia AND MPUD WOKK iKsoM II*77'leMJ Ul U0 • EL MOROCCO NEI*)S •Change Persons *Snark Bar Workers • Porters Apply in Person Mon thru Sat 10 to 2 onlv El Morocco Casino (no phone calls please) • FOR RENT DAY or WEEK > Jo<> 0t ttKW la.*f t KtWW M TBICKlt LWH i GADOCN an H aMm Hwf I04JM VIEW PROPERTY ivr tedrnohi home. air. plush carpet, modera kitchen $200 mo Sparkling pool, kid* and pets VALLEY RENTALS 3855901 TIRED OF LOOKING for new furniture and finding no thing but pressed wood and plastic Come see us We sell professionally refinished solid wood furniture Large stock of bedrooms and din ing rooms We take tradeins Terms available 15 years experience 1237 South Main Street 386 5820. 10 a m to 6 p m CHANGE PERSONS Qualifying people may train k advance to Casino Super visory Positions Apply 8 am to 4 p m daily. Money Tree Casino. 2466 LV Blvd So. L V WATERSOFTENERS. new. in cartons. Cash and Carry, the ^ best. $247 also Marine radio, telephones al super discounts Murray Motors. 4577273 VE(;AS MANOR 2 choice adjacent lots for sale, buy one or both. 75 X 100'. close to new elementary sc^iool and shopping center, has sewer, power, and water. 451 1292. or 452 2.312 "GAMBLERS"' Uarn the win ning secret Call Mike 878^5643 or 878 4603 FILL OR PART TIME sales person, good opportunity, no experience necessary Mon Wed. Fri 15pm 734 2616 NEW ENGLAND COLONIAL Tri Level. 3 bedroom. 2W bath, covered porches, healing and cooling unit for each level Dining room, family room. 2 car garage Great View of Las Vegas and Mountains Call Nancy. 645 1940 evening TUPPER REAL ESTATE (Realtors) 382 2970 LARGE 2 bedroom home, sun porch, fenced lot garage. $275 LOCATORS 385 5022. til 9pm BRING ROVER. 3 bedrooms, all appliances, covered paiio. all bills paid, now $250 LOCATORS 389 9022 III 9pm CHOICE PIECES OK LAND on East Charleston, jusl East of Lamb One $90,000 One $130,000 with a com merci.il building. no leased for $600 per monlh Call for detailSouth 7lh Realty. REALTORS. .385 1255 PMS'T your ottri home, save high cost of labor, rent an airless buy discounted quality paint. Nevada Paint Store. 953 East Sahara 737 1867 MAINTENANCE TRAINEES itlrcrdl. Wt ElKMdMI >N4V Mrt-iit *nm Ml • SMI • CALL: 702-643-5293 AIR FORCE RESERVT BEAlTIFirL white kitten, male Grey eyes, pink nose and e.irs Affectionate Box trained Give to kind adult home 293 3399 B C LOSE WEIGHT fast revolutionary "Coffee Break" cubes turns coffee into powerful appetite suppressant. NEV \DA DRl'G KORRENTINBC -Brandnew La Dolce Vita lownhouse. 2bdr 'i baths NO pets $395 per month. Call 457-6554 MOBILt; HOME BY OWNER Boulder City, larce yard, lots of i:reen. fenced, privacy croal 12\60. 2'2 hdrm.; 2 bath, new carpeting, covered patio, storage shed & plenty of extras, exclusive Trailer Park, for II 293-35.38 aft. I \ppt. Call I Sept ls| ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Open Meeting: Wd., 8:00 p.m. PUBUC INVITED: SI Water Street 565-7073 FOR SALE 14'Uniniteboat 18 hp EvinrUde motor w trailer, canopy. 2 gas tanks, 1 gas ran. Johnson Electric Starter, life preservers. Licensed through June. 1979 (iood condition Good fishing boat $1000 firm Can be seen at 218 Zinc after 5 & on weekends Or call 565 7029 after 5. anytime weekends Hdn CAMPER SHELL with full door for short bed P.U $225 293 3509 B C NEED A CAR' New in town" Old in Town' No credit" Short time on the job? Only $100. $200. $300 or $400 down! Need an Automobile to get around" Contact us We approve our own con tracts Instant delivery We will pickyoh up& bring you to our car lot Just tele phone 584 5909 Nevada Auto Sales 1813 N BIdr. Hwy Henderson. Nev One block south of Sunset Blvd. & BIdr Hwy WANTED Dog Groomer Part or full time No Sat or Sun BJs DogGrooming 565 9306 DON'T MISS THIS CUSTOM NEW HOME. Corner 4 acre. Sect 27. Horse loned. 3 bdrm.. w dining rm sunken living rm k separate family rm wreal stone fireplace Many extras Reduced to $67..')00 Ph 565 7462 Hdn — UDIES — Want to see a new you'' More attractive but natural looking! Then let me, Keli. come to your home and show you how. \ make-up) session, showing you how to look nice but J natural Colors & hii^h lights to bring the bestj of you out. For more in formation call 565 9804. ask for Keli f FOR SALE 1978 Delmar 12x60 Mobile Home, has awning and skirting, for further in formation call 293-2559 and ask for Marilyn COLOR TVS truck load sale 19" RCA New Vista Color Portables like new $199 93 or$175 with any trade 100^ warranty, regularly $399 95. so hurry, quantity limited, consoles available. National TV Sales. 1912 East Charleston.385 1122.10 am 7pm RENTALS. Work out Rent 3 Bedroom house in lovely Boulder City. 2 bath, dis hwasher. double garage Call now Valley Rentals 385 5901 FURNISHED APARTMENT pool side. 4 rooms, ultra modern kitchen. $215 Don't wait. Call Valley Rentals 3855901 MERCURY WORKERS, you ran live juit 15 miles from Mercury, iv. acres with power, only $4,000 with $200 down Clark ftealty. Broker-Owner 530 E Oakey Blvd 739^7918. 384 8882 PREGNANCY PROBLEM" Years of Experience in helping girls and women FREE NEVER any charge. ConHdential pregnancy tett results in 10 mm Full Fact* Choice. Methods. Costs. NO APPOINTMENT NECES SARY. PREGNANCY COUNSELING SERVICE 2023 Paradise Mon Sat 8 00 am 8 00 pm SKirs HOME REPAIR Rentedeling, Pointing et. SA5-9349 FREE PET RABBIT TO GOOD HOME ONLY, call 565 7850 DOG GROOMING SHOP FOR SALE' Completely equip ped For information call 5657180 LICENSED CHILD CARE in my home 585-7412 Hdn STARS OF TOMORROW ARE MING BORN TODAY AT DANCE THEATRE WEST 1 SUMMfR WORKSHOP July 35—Aug. II ftinn, fun t priie* Regiiter NOWl 293-3677 Joii-Tap-Acrebotk and toilet Storting oge 2iup FOR — SALE — BUILDING LOTS ^ Low Down Payment ^ Eosy Terms • All Improvementi CALL 734-1616 ^SX. MR. GENE \^ y^ H AUGHN MSTANTCASN list Iwk 3d Mertgage aed Treat Dee4i PRAMKOZAi 3l2-23 1704456 Aik yeur nei(kbor. he knewt me. FOR SALE A better job for your adult relative or friend who speaks 'English but can t read or write Volun teers willteach and Com munity College will furnish books and materials at no charge For more info phone Betty Scott at the Col lege 585 6945 or Evelyn Tingley 735-4524 LAYAWAY NOW FOR BACK TO SCHOOL and save Anniversary lale ends July 31 CEE JAYS CLOTHES 1288 Wyoming. BC FOR SALE Antique typewri ter $40 Port IB" B W TV A 1 W stand $50 Slim Jim $5 565 9114 75 HONDA ELSINORE CR125M reinforced frame, air shocks, front k rear heavy duty wheels and spokes, needs engine work $150 564 1968 ANTIQUE FURNITURE FOR SALE-best offer, call aft 4 pm 589-0880 NOW OPEN BOO BEES Pool table k slots 1024 Boulder Highway. Hdn ,TOWNHOUSE 'LEASEADULTS, no" ;pets>425 pertno NEW< rand CLEAN 2 bdrm.. '1^ bath. Call 293-1150.1 IBC A M MM M MM MM TTVTTTXT t^0mm0mmm0mmmm0m0mttitmm0it)tim0ti00m0tm Furnished Apartment For Lease In Boulder City Attractively furnished two bedroom, one bath condo. in beautiful Boulder I 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. K \lmMmmm t tuMw^wM^mtmrnnmaMmmmtm fr Experienced tow truck driver needed Must have tools 21 yn or older Must living In or be willing to move to Henderson. Apply at All Antcncan Auto. 1401 Athol. Henderion. AIio; expcri cnced yard man nectled Own tooli k knowledge of late model can. Salary negotiable HAIMTYUSTWAFfTED SU Ueu for real 9^>365 Hdn FOR SALE 24X44 Mobile Home and lot. Mt Vitta C^ latei. all impro*ementi. 2 bdrm IH bath Call 2ta^sm BC V\KE YOURSELF AT Hoift in this lovely 4 bdrm hoi^ Has a complete newly redfcorated bath, with marlUc vanity New carpeting, vfl vet drapes. 2 Ig storafe sheds, located in Boulder City Priced at $38,750 No 201 ave 584 2765 Realty Executives 736 8551 OPOLLO CARPET k UPHOLSTERY CLEANING SERVICE All workKveranteed. 24 hr emergency service Free estimates John D. Merti k Thomas L Sparks. Business. 649-0324: Residence. 731 2482. NEW CONTRACTOR Remodeling. Carports. Enclosures or what'have you. License No, 15084 Ph 584 5321 Free Estimate! #* • • • • • • •% OOTCHA COVIREO SHIRTS, INC. PH. 564-1611 • 23 ARMY S-filCET Transfers. TSWils Posters -j I A ^XB^MxTlin ADVERTISES PLEASE PROOF j Your ad the flnt day I in case an erro^ QcI curs. The Heodvoon i Home News^tR asI sume no respoitslbllI ity after the first daf of I publication. Error I claims mutt be ai|le immediately f Small Ads... Big Results! T\ y k AUTQJI =li. J MAINTENANCE 111 CITY OF HENDEMON AN NOUNCING EXAMINATIONS FOR ELIOIBILITY LIST FOR THE POSITION OF "MAINTENANCE III": Salary: $883 fl.OU • mo. Re^VUcMients: A combimtion oTeducation and experirtncttquiyalent to comple:::nSil of (he tenth grade and one-year of general conVaXnction or maintenance Ivirerit involving the operation of motorized equipment and the use of a wide vMetyof hand power tools Mtilt have abi 1 ity to perform nxanual labor for long periods under inclement eonditions Must be able to obtain a Class 3 Nevada Driver's License Must pass a-iperformance examination and a physical examination, upon hire Applications may be obtained from the .-Personnel Department. City Hftll. and must be filed by •.imCUp.m Tuesday. September 5. 1978. MUST SELL 72 CHEV. CAPRICE. Gold. V8-2 barrel. Likii new. 4 door Must drive to appreciate $1995 or best :offr 584-1648. \m CHEVELLE 4 door AC f good condition $700 or best ioffer. 56^8388 ask for Ike i egiBYSITTER NEEDED IN HHON. Starting Sept 5 My houK 7 am til 4 30 pm 14 .yr. old girl Dependable *Fee discussed. 565-9928 PRINCIPAL ACCOUNT CLERK Salary $10,227 • $13,957. Requires: High School graduation or the equivalent and four years of full time responsible book keeping or financial record keeping experience or graduation fVom an accredited college or university including successful completion of course work or training in accounting or an equivalent combination of education above the high school level and qualifying experience. Successful competion of a recognized accounts maintenance program approved by the State Board for Vocational Education may be substi tuted for six months of the required experience. Loca tion: Southern Nevada Children's home. Boulder City. Nevada. Cntact: Nevada State Personnel Div. 2501 E. Sahara Ave Las Vegas or Carson City Applications must' be filed no later than September 8. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER 1974 Champion 12 x 69 mobile home, 2 bdrm., W bath, awnings, metal shed, adult park, $1800 down, tke over pmts. ph. 451-4336 aft. 4:30 p.m. 1977 THUNDERBIRD, power steering k brakes, tilt k cruise, air cond., AM-FM radio, new tires, $1000 li ^-y^ake over pmts Very clean. 5M-5710 Beautiful cuitom home. Mission Hills Area. 1 acx?, corner lot. 3 bdrm., 2 bath, fireplace, dbl. IT gara&e, pantry. 42' x 18' covered patio, heat pump • air cond. unit, 1880 sq. ft. Zoned for horses $57 500 WB • 8993 or •78-9605 By owner. BABYSITTING in my home Anytime. LICENSED. 565-7377. Hdn. FOR SALE • 10x50 Titan mobile home 2 bdrm.. central air. all elec. skirting, awnings /i shed. .Adult park. \ $6500 I nmed. possession. Ph 736*34. WAMINOfC. J Hj =^C!:K5W Ftgi RENT OR LEASE 2 *drm. Townsite home $275. 3io 1st. last k $100 deposit Jor application. Call 353-1372. HELP WANTED Kno Writers & Runners. Apply in Person 9 am to 3 pm RAINBOW CLUB & CASINO IMWoterSt. Handenon, N*v. •"CROFILM TECHNICIAN CITY OF HENDERSON AN NOUNCING EXAMINATION FOR ELIGIBILITY LIST FOR THE POSITION OF "MICROFILM TECHNI CIAN": Salary Range: $882 • $1,014 mo. Requirements: Typing 50 wpm; High School Diploma plus two years of clerical experience, supplemented by one year of operation of microfilming equipment: roll-a dex indexing, 60OrK kodak Printer, PE-IA Reader Pnnter, Mkrofiche Stuffer and Bolt Microfilm Reader Must possess good knewledge of business english. spelling and office practices. Must have ability to maintain cooperative working relationship with the public. Must pass writ ten examination, oral interview and physical examination, upon hire. Applications may bf obtained from the Personnel Office, City of Henderson, 243 Water Street. Henderson. Nevada, and must be filed before 5:00 p m Wednesday. Sep tember6. 1978. FREE KITTENS 2 white Angora. 2 Tigers. 565-8276. Hdn. FOR RENT • 1 bdrm apt Close in 564-1289 Hdn. ;) *4 ^M hr K0me0W0€ts FINDING STORAGE SPACE FOR SALE Kenmore Dishwasher Excellent cond. $30 564 5945 after 5 30 Hdn BICYCLE. GIRLS' 24". Good condition $20 Ph 585-7487 BACKHOE WORK DONE Fast service Reasonable rates 565-8631. Hdn. GARAGE DOOR. T X 15'. NEW. One piece w-hardwart Make offer. 564-2225_Hdn. FOR RENT • 3 bdrm. family room, 2 baths, 2 yrs. old Ne pets $425. mon $350. deposit .Available Oct. 1 -Call 293-3968 BC BUILDING LOT-124X280 Water and power available Location Mission and Greenway. excellent view. Prteed at only $12,500. Now. Terms 5 ACRES Paradise Hills on Foothill Drive. $34,000 Terms. Call Jess. Fidelity Realty. REALTORS 5656427. Henderson WANTED • Chevy Parts Engines, transmissions, etc. Cash or trade. Kelly Glass. 451-5153 1973 DODGE CHARGER Excel Condition $2,000 or best offer 565-0110 Hdn WANTED Teachers aide. Some exp helpful. Must be rel iable k know how to work with children .\pplications accepted*at 200 Boulder Highway South until 3 p m. Friday. Sept 1. 1978. Equal Opportunity Employer. 1977 SUZUKI 550 Low mileage Make offer. 564-5829 Hdn FOR RENT Unfurnished 2 bdrm.. 1 bath. Condominium No children or pets. Avail. Sept 5 $275 mo. plus depsosit Ph. 085-7720. Evenings. 384-2141. FAIRWAY in your backyard Located right on the Blk Mtn Golf Course Beautiful home w-brand new carpeting, fireplace k it's immaculate You can't afford to pass this one up Priced, $80,000. Cll Realty Executives, 7368551, Evenings: 564-2765 (2081 HELP NEEDED Office k Phone Clerk Swing shift Knowledge of Ten key ad ding maehine Apply in per son at Rainbow Club k Casino, 122 Water St, Hdn FULLi PART TIME SALES JOBS. Varied hours, excellent benefits Apply Personnel. Diamonds at Blvd 3588 Maryland Parkway EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER FOR SALE Avocado Coldspot refrigerator: Brown, elec. stove $400 565-0611 Hdn. HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER-3 bdrm. IMi bath, fam. k laundry rm fireplace, mature landscaping k sprinklers front li back. Large storage shed, completely fenced, covered patio. 4 yrs. old 565-6362. Hdn 1900 CHEVY PICKUP FOR SALE Good running cond. Needs some body work. $500 or best offer. See at 83 E Teaas Hdn. FOR SALE • 1974 Light blue MUSTANG Bucket seaU. excel condition Low $2,000. high $2800. Ph. 293-3964 SHARE MY HOME References required. Middle 40's to 60. Non smoker, quiet. Pool k Jacuzzi. $125. plus Vi util Ph 293 3984. B.C. METAPHYSICAL STUDY GROUP Teaching meditation, self-awarentss and purpose. Spiritual growth through understanding and love. CATHERINE • 293-3582 B.C. ONE BDRM CONDO FOR SALE Henderson Appliances, drapes, fenced w-patio. Pool avail $18,000. Terms. OwnMwill carry 2nd. Ph. 565• /Sfo Hdn BABYSITTER NEEDED BY SEPT 7. Must be reliable & responsible. S children. Mon thru Fri. 730 am to3:30 pm 5650860 Hdn. To prevent your car from taking a back seat to bi cydci and outdoor fumi< ^m* in your garage this winter, ftl busy and create additional storage space. Seuon after Miton many homeowners find themselves opening and iianging car doors against lawn-care equipment and bartxcue grills They even fall over their own watering cans, hoses, rakes and foldin; chairs. Son expeditious peopli-. however, have solved the problem by erecting a yard building intended solely for the steady accumulation of the outdoor-activity equipment that's common to most families. One of the hiccst aspects of a yard storage structure is iu "building" simplicity. You really don't build, you simply assemble by following complete step-by step instructions MINIATURE BARNS ar* appearing in th yardi of many induiteieus people who find they need yard storage area. #fOP% m NEED CARRIERS For The Home News • DELIVER TWICE WEEKLY • NO COLLECTING Call L. McKee 565-8437 Fall Last year's summer clothes can look fresh and new with a professional dry cleaning And. now IS the lime to dry clean and iiore iway your winter woolens We not only make your clothes look better, bur they'll actually last longer. And that looks good 'or you and your budget' I 565-6541 Sanitone. —
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SHAKLEE PRODUCTS Rhoda D. Hagadone Authoriwd Dittributor 293-4350 B.C We'll Call On Youl. HANDYMAN All types yard • work Sprinklers, hauling. light plumbini! & painting Darwin or Ross 4S1 60BS o 452-7547 FOR SALE 20' Revella Travel trailer, self contained, air. dual tanks plus extras Mu.st tic seen to he appreciated $2,100 CJII 293 312] BC 7?^ Barracuda for sale Exc ..condition auto • air 4 56 posi tractio"h Many extras Must see $1895 870-3472 Keep trying ^ V*— 1 I ) LOOKING to buy a home In Boulder City' See Mender son Realty ad or call 964 • 2515 -^ • Lawn. Yard. Sprinkler* iiiaintcfiance. Iiliin(!. ^pruninc tree cuttini;^ ^ Vsk for Leroj; Marquez FOR SALE 1977 Yamaha 890. fully dressed, very good cond., $1700 or best offer. 1977 Yamaha Enduro J50. $600, call 564-2592 WEEKLY Rooms Kitchenettes Utilities k Linens Furn. Color TVs Air Cond Ph Yolanda. 4512445 Free: Glass, mirror lumber cutoffs. Kelly's Glass. 564-2103 N.^N^ iNigtio Tuttdoy, August 29, 1971 0 to marke CONTRACTOR REMODEL CARPORT ENCLOSLRES OR WHATHWE YOl' Lloyd Peugh ^ 564-5321 •NO. 15064 1 BDRM UNFURN DUPLEX APT for rent 636 Ave M., BC $19S per mo, 1st. last plus deposit Inquire at 632 \ve. M B.C. to see. For rent 3 bdrm. 1^4 bath Chism Home Avail, immediately $450 mo 1st. last mo rent includes cleaning deposit Contact S. Powers, 736-2363 or 458 79'-' ; SILVER ROWE KENNELS I Spare 2 hrs. a day to build a career as Mary Kay Cosmetic Beauty Consultant Call now • Elvie Mann at 293-2784. \LSO for complimentary facial cal above number I FOR SALE 18' Boat with trailer Johnson 85 walk thru windshield, trolling motor Excell cond $2,500. 293-4194 B C. HAIRDRESSER WANTED full or part time. FLOYD'S FASHION CURL, Please call 283-3525. B.C. s^^= CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY Home-Office Auto-Boats Antique Restoration Excellent selection of fabric. 29.'? 4953 BC. FOR S\LE 74 VW Station Wacon 412 Onlv 17,000 mi Playpen & round walker 5659410 Hdn GIRLS BICYCLE Spyder BEST OFFER • Like new 565 7485 Thurs after 1 00. Leave message al 565 6793 Hdn FOR RENT IN BOl'LDER CITY 1 hdrm house. $':50 mo uiil included, ph 29.3 1937 Handyman needed All phases of remodeling Call Kelly Glass 564-2103 SALESMAN WANTED tract homes Send resu Charles H Meyers C Co Att'n Fred Stone Box 2068. Henderson ^C! I DESERT TRIM SHOP Custom Upholstery 1680 Nev Hwy. BC 293-4939 | Autos. Furniture. Etc I FREEEST.PU 4Del An | tique Cars & St Rods a spe j nalty i 20 YRS EXPERIENCE Dog k cat Boarding — Training in Kennel & Classes AKC Alaskan Malamute Puppies and Stud Service Wayne Ht 564-198? fedOaUrtl REMODELING. RE NOVATING. NEW CONTRUCTION quality orkmanship at affordable prices Call Knppi Enterprises The Custom Builders 565 7421 or 565 7612 NEEDING BABYSITTING JOBS $:;5 wk Care in my home Jail between 10 & 5. 565^9166 BOAT FOR SALE 144 ft fiberelass with 33 hp John son In good condition with trailer. $650 or best offer 565 0675 msEu suMun Alto having Iraining prog ram each Wed. night liabelle'i Beiuly Salon S34 BIdr. Hwy. 565^3$$. REPAIR, washers 4 dryers Boulder City, PORTER ELEC. INC. Wanted: Boy w-lawn mower who wants to work Mow & weed every 2 wks. Call 565-9015 after 8 p m. Henderson Child Core Center Daily t WHkly RitM St. Peter's Holl, Bovider Hwy. 565-9384 om pimmm FOR RENT-New home 3 hdr 2 bath. 2 car garage $410 per month No Pets. Available immediately. 1st last, plus security deposit 293 4729 BC From $39,995 PH. 565-6199 ^fuuinr •----~"^"---------I ,1,1 | i n^ ^ i Wtd A(( Iftm £M UegM "DOM'^ nAV itFtgO" "HOW TO WIN AT KINO" pT% ^Wiih.fi I^MMI, mm ovoilW. oi*y U 9} lirnt o*Mts INC 3351 if"^ Movxioi" U V^M Ui, Loi V.9ai Naa IVIO] I7J.1M5 Qeneril Builder NEW CONSTRUCTION S'ntfM.f or lorftf ffio^H Oftd EiiamCAi Kirvia AND MPUD WOKK iKsoM II*77'leMJ Ul U0 • EL MOROCCO NEI*)S •Change Persons *Snark Bar Workers • Porters Apply in Person Mon thru Sat 10 to 2 onlv El Morocco Casino (no phone calls please) • FOR RENT DAY or WEEK > Jo<> 0t ttKW la.*f t KtWW M TBICKlt LWH i GADOCN an H aMm Hwf I04JM VIEW PROPERTY ivr tedrnohi home. air. plush carpet, modera kitchen $200 mo Sparkling pool, kid* and pets VALLEY RENTALS 3855901 TIRED OF LOOKING for new furniture and finding no thing but pressed wood and plastic Come see us We sell professionally refinished solid wood furniture Large stock of bedrooms and din ing rooms We take tradeins Terms available 15 years experience 1237 South Main Street 386 5820. 10 a m to 6 p m CHANGE PERSONS Qualifying people may train k advance to Casino Super visory Positions Apply 8 am to 4 p m daily. Money Tree Casino. 2466 LV Blvd So. L V WATERSOFTENERS. new. in cartons. Cash and Carry, the ^ best. $247 also Marine radio, telephones al super discounts Murray Motors. 4577273 VE(;AS MANOR 2 choice adjacent lots for sale, buy one or both. 75 X 100'. close to new elementary sc^iool and shopping center, has sewer, power, and water. 451 1292. or 452 2.312 "GAMBLERS"' Uarn the win ning secret Call Mike 878^5643 or 878 4603 FILL OR PART TIME sales person, good opportunity, no experience necessary Mon Wed. Fri 15pm 734 2616 NEW ENGLAND COLONIAL Tri Level. 3 bedroom. 2W bath, covered porches, healing and cooling unit for each level Dining room, family room. 2 car garage Great View of Las Vegas and Mountains Call Nancy. 645 1940 evening TUPPER REAL ESTATE (Realtors) 382 2970 LARGE 2 bedroom home, sun porch, fenced lot garage. $275 LOCATORS 385 5022. til 9pm BRING ROVER. 3 bedrooms, all appliances, covered paiio. all bills paid, now $250 LOCATORS 389 9022 III 9pm CHOICE PIECES OK LAND on East Charleston, jusl East of Lamb One $90,000 One $130,000 with a com merci.il building. no leased for $600 per monlh Call for detailSouth 7lh Realty. REALTORS. .385 1255 PMS'T your ottri home, save high cost of labor, rent an airless buy discounted quality paint. Nevada Paint Store. 953 East Sahara 737 1867 MAINTENANCE TRAINEES itlrcrdl. Wt ElKMdMI >N4V Mrt-iit *nm Ml • SMI • CALL: 702-643-5293 AIR FORCE RESERVT BEAlTIFirL white kitten, male Grey eyes, pink nose and e.irs Affectionate Box trained Give to kind adult home 293 3399 B C LOSE WEIGHT fast revolutionary "Coffee Break" cubes turns coffee into powerful appetite suppressant. NEV \DA DRl'G KORRENTINBC -Brandnew La Dolce Vita lownhouse. 2bdr 'i baths NO pets $395 per month. Call 457-6554 MOBILt; HOME BY OWNER Boulder City, larce yard, lots of i:reen. fenced, privacy croal 12\60. 2'2 hdrm.; 2 bath, new carpeting, covered patio, storage shed & plenty of extras, exclusive Trailer Park, for II 293-35.38 aft. I \ppt. Call I Sept ls| ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Open Meeting: Wd., 8:00 p.m. PUBUC INVITED: SI Water Street 565-7073 FOR SALE 14'Uniniteboat 18 hp EvinrUde motor w trailer, canopy. 2 gas tanks, 1 gas ran. Johnson Electric Starter, life preservers. Licensed through June. 1979 (iood condition Good fishing boat $1000 firm Can be seen at 218 Zinc after 5 & on weekends Or call 565 7029 after 5. anytime weekends Hdn CAMPER SHELL with full door for short bed P.U $225 293 3509 B C NEED A CAR' New in town" Old in Town' No credit" Short time on the job? Only $100. $200. $300 or $400 down! Need an Automobile to get around" Contact us We approve our own con tracts Instant delivery We will pickyoh up& bring you to our car lot Just tele phone 584 5909 Nevada Auto Sales 1813 N BIdr. Hwy Henderson. Nev One block south of Sunset Blvd. & BIdr Hwy WANTED Dog Groomer Part or full time No Sat or Sun BJs DogGrooming 565 9306 DON'T MISS THIS CUSTOM NEW HOME. Corner 4 acre. Sect 27. Horse loned. 3 bdrm.. w dining rm sunken living rm k separate family rm wreal stone fireplace Many extras Reduced to $67..')00 Ph 565 7462 Hdn — UDIES — Want to see a new you'' More attractive but natural looking! Then let me, Keli. come to your home and show you how. \ make-up) session, showing you how to look nice but J natural Colors & hii^h lights to bring the bestj of you out. For more in formation call 565 9804. ask for Keli f FOR SALE 1978 Delmar 12x60 Mobile Home, has awning and skirting, for further in formation call 293-2559 and ask for Marilyn COLOR TVS truck load sale 19" RCA New Vista Color Portables like new $199 93 or$175 with any trade 100^ warranty, regularly $399 95. so hurry, quantity limited, consoles available. National TV Sales. 1912 East Charleston.385 1122.10 am 7pm RENTALS. Work out Rent 3 Bedroom house in lovely Boulder City. 2 bath, dis hwasher. double garage Call now Valley Rentals 385 5901 FURNISHED APARTMENT pool side. 4 rooms, ultra modern kitchen. $215 Don't wait. Call Valley Rentals 3855901 MERCURY WORKERS, you ran live juit 15 miles from Mercury, iv. acres with power, only $4,000 with $200 down Clark ftealty. Broker-Owner 530 E Oakey Blvd 739^7918. 384 8882 PREGNANCY PROBLEM" Years of Experience in helping girls and women FREE NEVER any charge. ConHdential pregnancy tett results in 10 mm Full Fact* Choice. Methods. Costs. NO APPOINTMENT NECES SARY. PREGNANCY COUNSELING SERVICE 2023 Paradise Mon Sat 8 00 am 8 00 pm SKirs HOME REPAIR Rentedeling, Pointing et. SA5-9349 FREE PET RABBIT TO GOOD HOME ONLY, call 565 7850 DOG GROOMING SHOP FOR SALE' Completely equip ped For information call 5657180 LICENSED CHILD CARE in my home 585-7412 Hdn STARS OF TOMORROW ARE MING BORN TODAY AT DANCE THEATRE WEST 1 SUMMfR WORKSHOP July 35—Aug. II ftinn, fun t priie* Regiiter NOWl 293-3677 Joii-Tap-Acrebotk and toilet Storting oge 2iup FOR — SALE — BUILDING LOTS ^ Low Down Payment ^ Eosy Terms • All Improvementi CALL 734-1616 ^SX. MR. GENE \^ y^ H AUGHN MSTANTCASN list Iwk 3d Mertgage aed Treat Dee4i PRAMKOZAi 3l2-23 1704456 Aik yeur nei(kbor. he knewt me. FOR SALE A better job for your adult relative or friend who speaks 'English but can t read or write Volun teers willteach and Com munity College will furnish books and materials at no charge For more info phone Betty Scott at the Col lege 585 6945 or Evelyn Tingley 735-4524 LAYAWAY NOW FOR BACK TO SCHOOL and save Anniversary lale ends July 31 CEE JAYS CLOTHES 1288 Wyoming. BC FOR SALE Antique typewri ter $40 Port IB" B W TV A 1 W stand $50 Slim Jim $5 565 9114 75 HONDA ELSINORE CR125M reinforced frame, air shocks, front k rear heavy duty wheels and spokes, needs engine work $150 564 1968 ANTIQUE FURNITURE FOR SALE-best offer, call aft 4 pm 589-0880 NOW OPEN BOO BEES Pool table k slots 1024 Boulder Highway. Hdn ,TOWNHOUSE 'LEASEADULTS, no" ;pets>425 pertno NEW< rand CLEAN 2 bdrm.. '1^ bath. Call 293-1150.1 IBC A M MM M MM MM TTVTTTXT t^0mm0mmm0mmmm0m0mttitmm0it)tim0ti00m0tm Furnished Apartment For Lease In Boulder City Attractively furnished two bedroom, one bath condo. in beautiful Boulder I 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. K \lmMmmm t tuMw^wM^mtmrnnmaMmmmtm fr Experienced tow truck driver needed Must have tools 21 yn or older Must living In or be willing to move to Henderson. Apply at All Antcncan Auto. 1401 Athol. Henderion. AIio; expcri cnced yard man nectled Own tooli k knowledge of late model can. Salary negotiable HAIMTYUSTWAFfTED SU Ueu for real 9^>365 Hdn FOR SALE 24X44 Mobile Home and lot. Mt Vitta C^ latei. all impro*ementi. 2 bdrm IH bath Call 2ta^sm BC V\KE YOURSELF AT Hoift in this lovely 4 bdrm hoi^ Has a complete newly redfcorated bath, with marlUc vanity New carpeting, vfl vet drapes. 2 Ig storafe sheds, located in Boulder City Priced at $38,750 No 201 ave 584 2765 Realty Executives 736 8551 OPOLLO CARPET k UPHOLSTERY CLEANING SERVICE All workKveranteed. 24 hr emergency service Free estimates John D. Merti k Thomas L Sparks. Business. 649-0324: Residence. 731 2482. NEW CONTRACTOR Remodeling. Carports. Enclosures or what'have you. License No, 15084 Ph 584 5321 Free Estimate! #* • • • • • • •% OOTCHA COVIREO SHIRTS, INC. PH. 564-1611 • 23 ARMY S-filCET Transfers. TSWils Posters -j I A ^XB^MxTlin ADVERTISES PLEASE PROOF j Your ad the flnt day I in case an erro^ QcI curs. The Heodvoon i Home News^tR asI sume no respoitslbllI ity after the first daf of I publication. Error I claims mutt be ai|le immediately f Small Ads... Big Results! T\ y k AUTQJI =li. J MAINTENANCE 111 CITY OF HENDEMON AN NOUNCING EXAMINATIONS FOR ELIOIBILITY LIST FOR THE POSITION OF "MAINTENANCE III": Salary: $883 fl.OU • mo. Re^VUcMients: A combimtion oTeducation and experirtncttquiyalent to comple:::nSil of (he tenth grade and one-year of general conVaXnction or maintenance Ivirerit involving the operation of motorized equipment and the use of a wide vMetyof hand power tools Mtilt have abi 1 ity to perform nxanual labor for long periods under inclement eonditions Must be able to obtain a Class 3 Nevada Driver's License Must pass a-iperformance examination and a physical examination, upon hire Applications may be obtained from the .-Personnel Department. City Hftll. and must be filed by •.imCUp.m Tuesday. September 5. 1978. MUST SELL 72 CHEV. CAPRICE. Gold. V8-2 barrel. Likii new. 4 door Must drive to appreciate $1995 or best :offr 584-1648. \m CHEVELLE 4 door AC f good condition $700 or best ioffer. 56^8388 ask for Ike i egiBYSITTER NEEDED IN HHON. Starting Sept 5 My houK 7 am til 4 30 pm 14 .yr. old girl Dependable *Fee discussed. 565-9928 PRINCIPAL ACCOUNT CLERK Salary $10,227 • $13,957. Requires: High School graduation or the equivalent and four years of full time responsible book keeping or financial record keeping experience or graduation fVom an accredited college or university including successful completion of course work or training in accounting or an equivalent combination of education above the high school level and qualifying experience. Successful competion of a recognized accounts maintenance program approved by the State Board for Vocational Education may be substi tuted for six months of the required experience. Loca tion: Southern Nevada Children's home. Boulder City. Nevada. Cntact: Nevada State Personnel Div. 2501 E. Sahara Ave Las Vegas or Carson City Applications must' be filed no later than September 8. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER 1974 Champion 12 x 69 mobile home, 2 bdrm., W bath, awnings, metal shed, adult park, $1800 down, tke over pmts. ph. 451-4336 aft. 4:30 p.m. 1977 THUNDERBIRD, power steering k brakes, tilt k cruise, air cond., AM-FM radio, new tires, $1000 li ^-y^ake over pmts Very clean. 5M-5710 Beautiful cuitom home. Mission Hills Area. 1 acx?, corner lot. 3 bdrm., 2 bath, fireplace, dbl. IT gara&e, pantry. 42' x 18' covered patio, heat pump • air cond. unit, 1880 sq. ft. Zoned for horses $57 500 WB • 8993 or •78-9605 By owner. BABYSITTING in my home Anytime. LICENSED. 565-7377. Hdn. FOR SALE • 10x50 Titan mobile home 2 bdrm.. central air. all elec. skirting, awnings /i shed. .Adult park. \ $6500 I nmed. possession. Ph 736*34. WAMINOfC. J Hj =^C!:K5W Ftgi RENT OR LEASE 2 *drm. Townsite home $275. 3io 1st. last k $100 deposit Jor application. Call 353-1372. HELP WANTED Kno Writers & Runners. Apply in Person 9 am to 3 pm RAINBOW CLUB & CASINO IMWoterSt. Handenon, N*v. •"CROFILM TECHNICIAN CITY OF HENDERSON AN NOUNCING EXAMINATION FOR ELIGIBILITY LIST FOR THE POSITION OF "MICROFILM TECHNI CIAN": Salary Range: $882 • $1,014 mo. Requirements: Typing 50 wpm; High School Diploma plus two years of clerical experience, supplemented by one year of operation of microfilming equipment: roll-a dex indexing, 60OrK kodak Printer, PE-IA Reader Pnnter, Mkrofiche Stuffer and Bolt Microfilm Reader Must possess good knewledge of business english. spelling and office practices. Must have ability to maintain cooperative working relationship with the public. Must pass writ ten examination, oral interview and physical examination, upon hire. Applications may bf obtained from the Personnel Office, City of Henderson, 243 Water Street. Henderson. Nevada, and must be filed before 5:00 p m Wednesday. Sep tember6. 1978. FREE KITTENS 2 white Angora. 2 Tigers. 565-8276. Hdn. FOR RENT • 1 bdrm apt Close in 564-1289 Hdn. ;) *4 ^M hr K0me0W0€ts FINDING STORAGE SPACE FOR SALE Kenmore Dishwasher Excellent cond. $30 564 5945 after 5 30 Hdn BICYCLE. GIRLS' 24". Good condition $20 Ph 585-7487 BACKHOE WORK DONE Fast service Reasonable rates 565-8631. Hdn. GARAGE DOOR. T X 15'. NEW. One piece w-hardwart Make offer. 564-2225_Hdn. FOR RENT • 3 bdrm. family room, 2 baths, 2 yrs. old Ne pets $425. mon $350. deposit .Available Oct. 1 -Call 293-3968 BC BUILDING LOT-124X280 Water and power available Location Mission and Greenway. excellent view. Prteed at only $12,500. Now. Terms 5 ACRES Paradise Hills on Foothill Drive. $34,000 Terms. Call Jess. Fidelity Realty. REALTORS 5656427. Henderson WANTED • Chevy Parts Engines, transmissions, etc. Cash or trade. Kelly Glass. 451-5153 1973 DODGE CHARGER Excel Condition $2,000 or best offer 565-0110 Hdn WANTED Teachers aide. Some exp helpful. Must be rel iable k know how to work with children .\pplications accepted*at 200 Boulder Highway South until 3 p m. Friday. Sept 1. 1978. Equal Opportunity Employer. 1977 SUZUKI 550 Low mileage Make offer. 564-5829 Hdn FOR RENT Unfurnished 2 bdrm.. 1 bath. Condominium No children or pets. Avail. Sept 5 $275 mo. plus depsosit Ph. 085-7720. Evenings. 384-2141. FAIRWAY in your backyard Located right on the Blk Mtn Golf Course Beautiful home w-brand new carpeting, fireplace k it's immaculate You can't afford to pass this one up Priced, $80,000. Cll Realty Executives, 7368551, Evenings: 564-2765 (2081 HELP NEEDED Office k Phone Clerk Swing shift Knowledge of Ten key ad ding maehine Apply in per son at Rainbow Club k Casino, 122 Water St, Hdn FULLi PART TIME SALES JOBS. Varied hours, excellent benefits Apply Personnel. Diamonds at Blvd 3588 Maryland Parkway EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER FOR SALE Avocado Coldspot refrigerator: Brown, elec. stove $400 565-0611 Hdn. HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER-3 bdrm. IMi bath, fam. k laundry rm fireplace, mature landscaping k sprinklers front li back. Large storage shed, completely fenced, covered patio. 4 yrs. old 565-6362. Hdn 1900 CHEVY PICKUP FOR SALE Good running cond. Needs some body work. $500 or best offer. See at 83 E Teaas Hdn. FOR SALE • 1974 Light blue MUSTANG Bucket seaU. excel condition Low $2,000. high $2800. Ph. 293-3964 SHARE MY HOME References required. Middle 40's to 60. Non smoker, quiet. Pool k Jacuzzi. $125. plus Vi util Ph 293 3984. B.C. METAPHYSICAL STUDY GROUP Teaching meditation, self-awarentss and purpose. Spiritual growth through understanding and love. CATHERINE • 293-3582 B.C. ONE BDRM CONDO FOR SALE Henderson Appliances, drapes, fenced w-patio. Pool avail $18,000. Terms. OwnMwill carry 2nd. Ph. 565• /Sfo Hdn BABYSITTER NEEDED BY SEPT 7. Must be reliable & responsible. S children. Mon thru Fri. 730 am to3:30 pm 5650860 Hdn. To prevent your car from taking a back seat to bi cydci and outdoor fumi< ^m* in your garage this winter, ftl busy and create additional storage space. Seuon after Miton many homeowners find themselves opening and iianging car doors against lawn-care equipment and bartxcue grills They even fall over their own watering cans, hoses, rakes and foldin; chairs. Son expeditious peopli-. however, have solved the problem by erecting a yard building intended solely for the steady accumulation of the outdoor-activity equipment that's common to most families. One of the hiccst aspects of a yard storage structure is iu "building" simplicity. You really don't build, you simply assemble by following complete step-by step instructions MINIATURE BARNS ar* appearing in th yardi of many induiteieus people who find they need yard storage area. #fOP% m NEED CARRIERS For The Home News • DELIVER TWICE WEEKLY • NO COLLECTING Call L. McKee 565-8437 Fall Last year's summer clothes can look fresh and new with a professional dry cleaning And. now IS the lime to dry clean and iiore iway your winter woolens We not only make your clothes look better, bur they'll actually last longer. And that looks good 'or you and your budget' I 565-6541 Sanitone. —
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"ONE OF THE WORLD'S LARGEST AUTOMOBILE DEALERS You ng Vows to Rid City Police For< Met. state Llbmry H-4 Curicm City, Ktr. 89701 fo leny •y Umo Kottoraon An tvMit whkh itorttd Suodoy whon Folico It. Robtrt Mothony wont to dolivor a dooth mtitogo to o local family, hoi couiod tho man involvod, Jack Young, of SIC Karn Stroot, to vow to rid tho local polict forco of Mathony. Yaung, nursing o brokon rib ond back injurios, toid ht would start with Attornoy Gonorol Robtrt lilt and carry his comploints to tho Whito Houso if iMcotsary. "I'm loavina Hondorson," Young said, "But I will do ovorything I can bofero I loovo." Thort art sovoral vorsions to tho stbry but ovoryono involvod, including Public Safoty Diroctor Bob Ansolmo and City Manogor Bob Compboll say "tho wholo thing was unfortunato and shouldn't havo happonod." Bart facts of tho story soom to Indicato that tho polico dopartmont horo, was notifiod of tho doath of tho 17-yoar-old son of Jack Youn^. Tht pellet offictr wtnt to tho Young homt and contocttd Young who was outsido his homo. Young and tho polict offictr wont to a neighbor's homo and callod tht corontr in Washington (statt). Tht coroner advised Young of the youth's death and said hit wife must bo notified. Young sold he told the coroner he would toll her in his own way that he loved her too much to tell her. Several hours later, however, Ansolmo said the Hondorson police wore called by tho coroner, who said that he had not heard from the Youngs. It. Motheny then wont to the Young home to deliver the mesKigo. In the meantime, occording to Father Coosor Caviglio of St. Peter's Catholic Church, Young had contacted him and had asked him to help him tell his wife of the death. They were with Caviglio for over an hour. They returned home and Young said he saw on unmarked car pull up near his 15-year-old ton Dorroll. Young walked over and aikod what wos going on. Mathony soid he had solicited the boy's help in telling his mother about his brother's death. Young wos incensed that Mathony had told the youth since the dead boy and the youth were very cloM. He said. "You stupid ass ." and then Mathony told him to put his hands on the car and said he would arrest him. Young said he responded, "You con arrest me but you're still a stupid ." Young claims Mathony then flipped him on the ground breaking hit ribs. He said he was ordered by AAathehy to get In the car and he did. Then tht wife got Involved and tht son atktd the polict not to hurt his mothtr. Tht mother was shoved ago i nit (tie boy. They were all taken to tho Henderson jail. Young chorged wifh interfering with on officer and resisting arrost and the mother and son with bottery. Young complained of injuries and was taktn to St. Rost dt Lima Hospital where he was treated for a broken rib. Ansolmo said oil charges had been dropped against tht family. "It was a tragedy of errors," he said. "However, I don't think we hove grounds to fire Motheny or reprimand him." SM MATHf NY Cent, en page 2 H ENDERSON XlTiSl't INSnST&Iil eiXTXB '^m^.J^ THE COMMUNITY'S NEWSPAPER WITH WEEKLY SHOPPERS WHICH INCLUDE MERCHANTS' MESSAGES THAT SERVE ALL 10 HENDERSON. NEVADA 1^2 PHONE 564-1881 — All Departmtnts DERSONBOULDER CITY AREA. SEP 6 1978 Thursday, August 31, 1978 Basic-Boulder Eootbaii^Oii^ic Friday Morry'Story wf Mtny ZMiff Now I can talk. Until yoiterdoy, any member of the 197B County Grand Jury (Ponel B) was sworn to secrecy. ^ The term for the panel ended with its mooting yesterday. I hod dropped off it in Juno after serving a year ~ but I stuck to the swearing in oath I took from Judge Howord Bobceck a year •go •• at dM oil tho others, 'Wiwp^m w cofimoo owr tornfuenti to among ouroolvoi while in lossion. Whot I'd IHio to talk about to very definitely assure you that tht grond jury, though much molignod by the press ond polltici, oitd possibly tho general public, is o ponel of ordinary citizens, OS you ond I, dedicated to fellowirtg the low in making its decisions. They oro not led down the primrose poth by tho district attorney or comntents in the press, or by ontogonistic arguments both inside ond outsido ttte meeting room. Tho members astound you with tKoir clority of thinking, tftelr dedicotion to got a job done, their inquisMvonon. Thoy spend long hours in doing their hotnoworfc, poring evor tho statutes of tho state liko low students even though the fine print normally is difficult. We hod o gol who installs telephones, yet whot a terrific verve she hod in facing into the questioning of witnosios, both pro oiKJ con. An atomic energy scientist. A root estate mon. A retired businessman. Several housewives. A grocery dork; A stonographor now In retirement WIM won hor spurs CM O judge's secretary. A Sebri iniuronce •olesmon. An equipment rental executive. An art collector. And me o newsman the first to sH bi Mch on omborroising position vrhero itoriei of hoodlino proportion i had to be overlooked, doop-iizod, kept within when the tendency ond training woe to print it for tfie world to know. Crime of tho fllthioit, the moonost, tho most horrible come bofero us ... ond tho jury reipotidod only after hooring the evtdtnco that piomptod indictmonts "• tfiofooy sonoing the cose forward to tho courts where iudgt and fury ceuld rvio os to PMUtf 9* VffvWSt H is a tliowli l o it iob. TKo juron SoolMOItr Asst. Coach Gory Velasquez Will Goldsbv o Matt Wilson Ddrryl Turner John Sullivan Schools Will Be Near Capacity When Open Close to 6,000 students are expected to register for ittendance at Henderson schools this year and although none will be on double sessions, several schools are reaching capacity. Frank Brusa, principal of Basic high school, said his school has reached capacity but with a modified schedule he feels things will work out for this year and they will have additional classrooms added for next year. The building is designed for capacity of 1850 students and he expects up to 2.000 before the year is over. Over 150 new students have registered for school so far this year. The usual amount of new students is about 60, he said. The high school has one new counselor, a new assistant principal, dean of students and nine new teachers on its staff, according to Brusa. "Everyone is excited and •V'!^" 1 Tom Rawson Leo Hernondei ,.j?\ i Jon Haag m.. Rich Roundy Otto Kelly Offensive Starting Line-ups Pos HENDERSON Boulder City Offensive • Ht. Wt. SE WillGoldsby, Jr 5-9 160 T Ron Fisher LT John Sullivan. Jr. 8' 200 G Romero Gomja LG Len Loroprey. Sr. 8* 195 C Joe Novoselelt C Let Hemandet. Jr. 5-9 175 G Jamie Wood RT Pete Regets. Sr. 8-1 205 T John Parker RT Matt Wilson, Jr. 5-11 188 SE Doug Lee TE Rich Roundy, Sr. 6 170 QB Mitch Stoker QB Tom Rawson, Sr. 8-3 180 TE John Cole RB Otto Kelly, Jr. 5-11 188 RB Cato Esquivel RB Jon Haag, Sr. 5^ 170 RB Phillip Wolfe SB Darryl Turner, Jr. M 165 RB Peter Formica ready to go," Brusa sa id of the also reached capacity and new year. teaSCMQOlS Burkholder Junior High has Com. tmmmml The longest rivalry in Southetn Nevada high school football resumes this week when the Wolves of Basic high school in Henderson meets the Eagles of Boulder City on the Boulder City field at 8 p.m. tomorrow. The Wolves, hurting from an 0-10 stoson last year ore hungry for a win ond Emilio Comillone, coach for the Wolves for his second year, thinks maybe he has a winning combination this year, however, he toys that until his team proves Itself on the field — BouWer CHy hrnto be favored to win tht gonw. Coach Emilio Camillone "It will bo 0 highly emotionally pitched gome," Camillone said, but he predicted that it would be on excellent football game possibly played with high secret. "Our dtfonse isn't at for alor>g OS it should be," Camillone said. "Boulder City will be a tough oppontnt and will probably play their best gome of tht ytar against us." Comillone said he expects a huge crowd sinct thtre is a "tremendous" amount of interest in the gome. When hit team urimmagtd against itself Jast Friday, he taid he sow a lot of good things happen. The offemive line-up for the Wolves will be Tom Rawson, a Senior, for quorterbock; Will Goldsby, split end; John Sullivan, L.T.; Len Lomprey, I.G.; Leo Hernandes, ctnttr; Pott Begets, RT; Matt Wilson, RT; Rick Roundy, Ti; Otto Kelly and Jon Hoog, RB; ortd Darryl Tumor, SB. The doftnsivt lineup will odd Rick Page ot tackle, Rick Perkins, DT; Eric Dobbtrttein, DE; Freddy Albert, LB and Fred Dontltr, SHB. Others vinll be doing double duty from tho offensive line up. In the post rivolrios for Basic i oftd Boulder, Bouldtr has ltd 26 • 9 • 2. Tht WoKrtt hovt droppod thrtt stroight conttsts but hovt] triumphed in six of tf>o lost ton] SotTOOTIAU Cent, wt pofo 1 4 \ dk