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1978-09-05 - Henderson Home News

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1978-09-05 - Henderson Home News
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Meanwhile, the community sits shell • shocked at the incident where a poltconMn arrested a father, o mother, a ton for given vent to their feelings at a momoni when thoy had just loomed another child of the family hod been killed by a locomotive in the State of Washington. Not only arresting tho fathor, but handcuffing him and wrestling him to tho ground. Not only pushing the wife ond thf n ordering in an enraged voice thot ether officers called to the Mono wrettle the boy to tho ground ortd then ordering hit arrett ... Tho family wot not wonted for anything. Tho family hod committed no crime thot would normally cause police to cage them for fear they'd OKope. This from Mothony ... a problem cop since tho days he was on o motorcycle chasing speedsters, who hot been suspended only recently for shooting a gun in tho air against regulations while trying to holt a fleeing youth. This from Mothony who once arrested the founder of the largest buoinets in Henderson, caused him to be finger • printed, mugged, when it wos generally accepted that tho businessman •o lawyer, would appear the next day to answer whatever charges there were against him. This from Mothony who at one stage of his police regime here was found to hove stored in his homo confined guns which had been apprehended by police from various crime ploy in the area ... instead of plocing the artillery in the polico sofe. (He later returned them... wen hit job bock thru tho civil service commission.) This newspopor doefn't blonrte Mathony, for ho knows no other woy to handle himself under tudden tituotiont. Ho workt under tomeono olte't ordert. Thot he doesn't fit the qualificotiont •• it up to tomeone elto to decide. Ttiit newtpoper feelt tfse community mutt now handle the problem for the community't take. And the communit/t reprotentotivet ore the council, tn^n and women, ond mayor who ore elected to keep the noif hborhoodt and streets and cititens lofe, toft, worm, hometovm ... well nn by hometown type of people who ute proper judgement when entergenciet arite. Thit it not Lot Vegos •• with its crime and corruption. This it net Chicago. This it net lome or Africo or Soviet Ruttio, Thit it Henderson, Nowda, the finett hometown city in tho wetf •• where people wont to be fnendly to tho cop on the beat, and helpful to the fireman, the moil carrier, the newtboy. H it Hme for the community to right what could hoppen again... even If it meont chonging the foces of the top people in the city odminittrshMi, the top people in the police and (ift deportment. Warmth and neifhbeHinett mdoni mow thon ail elto. Growth which it hora and coming con be blended with this if prefer mindi are handling mayor, ore the reprotentotivet of the p eople. •••p in ond run their community and correct, ^^ whot km happened in the form of a tod thot lived among u the Jock Yeunf fomily. ? Ihe dty council, Hit time the incident 10 o fomMy SCHOOL OPENS TODAY — Elementary school registration took ploce lost week in the local uhools as is evidenced by thit scone at tho Chester T. So well elementary school. Prom left ore Undo Sleon, clerk; Vorol Chod> bum, school secretory; Gloria Witliomt, registering her daughter, ortd Valerie Wheeler. Nome Change Request To Be Heord For Lomb Blvd. A public meeting will be held Wednesday evening at 8 p.m. in the Planning Commission Chambers, city hall annex, during the Planning Commission's regular meeting at the request of the City of Henderson and the American Nevada Corporation to change the name of Lamb Boulevard as it exists from Sunset Road to its southerly terminus at Horizon Drive, to Green Valley Parkway. Other items on the agenda include a public hearing at the request of the city to consider an amendment to Chapter 19 of the Henderson Municipal Code relating to allowing General Commercial District (C-2) uses in an Industrial District (M) zone. A public hearing at the request of Continental Telephone Company for a use permit to establish a mobile equipment office at 104 Water Sts in a C-2 zone. A final map review at the request of VTN of Nevada for Lewis Homes for 69 lots in Greenway Gardens Unit No. 5. • A request from Ms. Rose Magnuson of 231 We^VLong;acres to review street sig^Hng fdr East Longacres and West Longacres. "A request from Century Sign Company of Las Vegas for an architectural review of a sign for Ben Stepman Dodge located at 460 N. Bouldei Highway. Manuel Sanchez Jr. To Be Honored Tonight The posthumoulcomrfiehdation of .Manuel Sanchez for his service on the city's civil service board, will be made at the city council meeting tonight at 7 p.m. Sanchez, who passed away recently hadsenedonthe civil service board since 1971. Other items on tffe agenda include-Final approval for the HUD community development small cities block grant applications for the Pittman project -Tentative and final map approvals for U.S. Homes at Major and Pueblo with 149 lots; .American .Nevada Corporation for Green Valley Village with 308 lots; and Royal Crest for Royal Oaks unit 2 with 64 lots. --fetition for vacation submitted by Hugh Bearup for vacation of the alley between Gold and Pacific Streets which provides access from Gold to Pacific. ".Approval grant for Nevada division aging services. -Approval for an additional position of construction inspector for public works. --Petition for assessment district for power, water, roads and Horizon and Eastern -Business license for family care home for Beverly J. Simerl, 216 La Paz. Reversionary map of a portion of section 24 Heritage area. -Citizen protest. Burkholder Blvd. Groundbreaking Ceremony Set For Professionol BIdgo Plans for a groundbreaking ceremony, to be held on Thursday, September 7. at 9i00 am. have been announced by Sr. Maureen Comer, Administrator of St. Rose de Lima Hospital. Construction on the second building of the Professional Center Complex will begm immedutely. •tnl the much needed office space is scheduled for completion by the first of the year. Location of the new facility is adjacent to the St. Rose de Lima Hospital Professional Building. 106 Lake Mead Drive in Henderson. The public is invited to attend the ceremony, which will be held at the site of the new building. Bids To Be Opened Bids for the construction of R-4 reservoir for the City will be opened at a meeting tonight at 7 p.m of the city council in the city council chambers. Also to be opened at the meeting will be bids for Phase IllofO'Callaehan Park The work at O'Callaghan park will consist of constructing sidewalks, restroom. pump house basketball and handball courts, stream bed and pond, planting shrubs and trees and installing play equipment. Pre bid conferences were held for both bids Three companies, Timet, Stauffer, and Kerr • McGee, located near Henderson, reported today to the Air pollution Committee pf the Clark County District Board of Health, chaired by Myron Leavitt, on the results of a year long study of a localized air quality problem in the Henderson area. X year ago. the companies had engaged a Colorado research firm, Camp Dresser and McKee. to take samples of a cloud which occasionally forms in the east end of the Las Vegas Valley, particularly during the winter months when there is little air movement and atmospheric temperature inversions tend to hold air movement and atmospheric temperature inversions tend to hold air contaminants from all sources near ground level. It was expected that the $150,000 study would determine the composition of the particles comprising the cloud, thereby pointing the way for the development of control measures which would be effcetive in preventing the cloud's formation. .'\n independent consultant. Ronald G. Draftz, a senior scientist engaged in small particle research and affiliated with the Illinois Institute of Technology, monitored the program and assisted in evaluating the results. Draft? reported to the Committee that, while much was learned about the cloud, its specific composition remains unknown despite the application of sophisticated analytical methods. In addition to his report to the Committee, Draftz had earlier presented the study results to Director Donald Arkell of the APCD and his staff. Draftz recommended further avenues of study that he believes would be effective in helping to resolve the mystery of the cloud. Representatives of the three companies also outlined the histop.' of air pollution control in the Las Vegas Valley and pointed out that more than 25 million dollars had been spent over the past ten years in process changes and control devices to improve air quality. Currently all continuous emission sources from these companies meet the rigid control standards of the District. Clark County has one of the most restrictive air pollution control regulation in the country. IiT 1976, the Clark County District Board of Health commended Timet, Stauffer. and Kerr Mc Gee. along with other companies in the Henderson area, for their effective and costlv \ I Cent, en Pogt 2 I

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TwcMiay Uf H mbtt S, If7| f Htndmnon Horn* Nwt, Hndnon, Nvo4o N9> Eagles Win Over Basic In Opener 14-0 In a dissappointing opener, the Boulder City Eagles kept up their winning tradition over the Basic Wolves in the football game held before an overflow crowd at the Boulder stadium Friday night. To Coach Camillone, who was pushing his boys toward better conditioning for the past 8^ months, it was a crushing defeat. "I've never taken defeat as hard as this one," .lillone said. "We did t play well. Although .e controlled the game the first half, after our 48-yard touchdown was called back because of a holding penalty, the game was all over." Camillone said the Eagles won the game on desire. "They out-gutted us," he said. "They are not as good a team as we are but those kids wanted it and they got jt. They deserved to win and I admire them for it." Phillip Wolff, Boulder City's tough outside runner, scored two touchdowns in his varsity debut. The speedster scored ij^ the second quarter from five yards out and added a two yard score in the third quarter. Colby Lowrie kicked both extra points. Wolff and Basic junior Otto Kelly were impressive for their respective clubs. Both runners rushed for 65 yards with Kelly adding two pass receptions for 24 yards. The Boulder City defense, led by linebacker Charlie Brown, nose guard Jamie Wood and linebacker Cato Esquivel. shut down the Basic offense in the second half. Kelly was held to minus one yard rushing in the final half and the Wolves only mountcfd one threat. That threat came in the final minute of the game when quarterback Tom Rawson moved his team 44 yards by connecting on two straight receptions to tight • end Rick Roundy and split • end Leo Goldsby. That put the ball on the Boulder City 33 yard line. Ironically, the forward pass nearly got Basic on the scoreboard in the first period. Rawson completed a 48 • yard touchdown pass to a wide open Da^ryl Turner, but the play was wiped out because of a Basic holding penalty. "WORRY" Cont. from Page T January, and so wrote, that there'll be a settlement in the Middle East by the end of this year. It could start at Camp David. It could finish at Camp t>avid. Hew come they're here and not there -in Jerutalem, Cairo er Timbucktoo? Simply because Mr. Carter invited them to come here and try at it again. Why involve the United States in foreign problems when he has seen what happened in.amd, Cubo, el al? Who can answer what goes on in Corter't mind? Maybe it's as simple as this: what has he got to lose? The polls shew him so far down that anything he does might be a plus.. and a plus limes more pluses might bring Carter bock to where he could think of running again. Yes Carter it a gambling man, with oil hit tooth • toying, with all his desire to run his own show, with however he defies congress. Or, moybe Carter knows something we don't know. Moybe he knowt Saudi Arabia with its 100 billion dollar annual irtcome is worried about Ruisio and has given the word to Sadat, whom the Soudis subsidizes as well at the other Arab countries to the tune of three billion dollars a yeor. Moybe Carter knows that Israel's fears of accepting guorenteet of its borders and then having the guarantees turn out worthiest, ot has happened before, .. maybe Carter has found a guarantee that can be accepted. Or, maybe the good God Almighty, is finolly getting his turn. It is o fact that Sodot it a religious man. Begin is a religious man. Carter is o religious man. Maybe they now an letting the light come thru and are thinking of mankind first instead of political maneouvering, hoss • trading for oil, forming allies for war. J Or, maybe this it the last step befoWwof breaks out again in tRe Middle East -• that could lead to war all over the world .. possibly even the wor thot would wipe out monkind. And thot all concerns this country editor ... who, with little voice, con stand ot the front lines that ore now at Camp David -and obterve, then coll them as I see them. And Pray. SONGLEADERS Daphne Jones, Rani Bush, Lori Erlir>g, Btty OeMiiU, Shirley RWSMII, Sht ilo Adorn s. I I I I I I I I I I I I Henderson Home News • • • • • 1, 1W1 Published every Tuesday and Thursday morning at 22 Water Street. Henderson, Nevada 89105. Ph 564-1881 AAORRY ZENOFf • Editor 4 Publisher lomo Kesterten • Monoging Editor A General tAonaff^ Mary Stafford • Editorial Staff Happy Prebte • Advertising Monoger L McKee • Circulation Monoger, $65-M37 Entered at the post office in Henderson, Nevada. at second class natter on June 1.1961. suaecRimoN RATCS MAIL SUISCtlPTIONS • MI af MiMteurpI lU*" • Tit 11 pwfMr i kntaMMSt I tm^ Cent, from Page 1 efforts in improving air quality. While cloud occurrence remains an unsolved aesthetic problem, no heaUh hazards have been associated with the cloud. It was proposed to the Committee that study be continued during the 1978 79 winter season, building uponwhat has already befn learned, with the anticipation that the particulates will be more completely defined. The three companies also indicated that they would continue their efforts to implement feasible engineering controls to effect even further air quality improvements. They assured the Committee of their continued cooperation with the local air pollution control authorities. This year, Stauffer, Kerr McGee. and Timet are voluntarily underlaking various projects having a total cost of nearly 2 million dollars which will further improve air quality. The first Boulder City touchdown was setup when Brown intercepted a Rawson pass at mid field and raced to the Basic 32 yardline. Wolff carried the ball the next five plays with his final attempt finally getting Boulder City on the scoreboard with on minute left the first half. The Eagles scored their ^cond touchdown midway in the third quarter with quarterback Mitch Stoker directing his club on a \ short 44 yard drive. The next seven plays were all on the ground with Pete Formica. Wolff, and Lowrie taking turns grinding out the yardage. Wolff from inside the three with five minutes remaining to put the game out of reach. HPRD Boord Meets Tonight The appointment of an O'Callaghan Park Dedication Committee will be the main topic of discussion at the Parks and Recreation Board meeting tonight at 6 p.m. in the Planning Commission Chambers of the city annex. Other items on the short agenda include the $5 plus million bond issue which voters will be deciding upon in the November election and a review of the park ordinance. GIRLS AND BOYS CROSS COUNTRY •• KNEEUNG: Jim Gorfteld Paul Savage Kendoll AAemmtr. STANDING: John Rocho, Ruth Blomdal, Mikt A she^Cooch Dick Muggins. ,^r October 8-14 IS YEARS SERVICE Rolph Toddrt (etnttr) nalnttnonceforman, for Kerr McO Chmicol Corporation, is being congrotulated by Ml Voorhoii (nght) manogfr, Plant Engineering, for W 15 ytaa of itrvice with the compony. lorry Christionson (loft) luporintondont of Mointononco, also congrtulattt Ralph for his long • sonrko with tho compony. Old Vegas to Open in Sept. Robert Shelton, president of Old Tucson Corporation, said today (.August 31) that its board has approved and completed a definitive agreement with the major shareholders of Old West Corporation to acquire an additional 50.4 percent of Old West's stock. Terms are essentially the same as those of an .August 9 agreement in principle. Old Tucson has owned 30 percent of Old West and now. will own 80.4 percent. Old Tucson will exchange 141,750 shares of its common stock with the shareholders of Old West on the basis of \y share of Old Tucson stock for each share of OldWest common stock. An earn • out provision in the agreement provides for the shareholders of Old West to recieve additional Old Tucson stock depending upon the future earnings of Old West. Old Tucson will also have an option to purchase the remaining shares of Old West held by the shareholders. Old West will continue to operate as a separate entity. The principal shareholders of Old West are Johnny Mitchell, Ellison Miles, Cecil Simmons and Robert Shelton. Shelton is the president and a director of b*th companies. Miles and Jerry E. Blackwell. Old Tucson's executive vice president, are directors of both companies. Mitchell is also a holder of Old Tucson stock. In discussing the acquisition. Shelton said."The purchase represents a natural growth extension for Old Tucson and its many long time shareholders. The Las .Vegas area is a great tourism market and is in need of a family oriented theme park. The acquisition will allow us to reach a size that will lead to increased efficiency, and at the same time give us a base for achieving a more ambitious long range growth plan." Old Tucson is a famous movie location and family fun park located 12 miles from Tucson. Old West is constructing a $7 to $10 million, when completed, family oriented theme park and motion picture studio called Old Vegas in Henderson, Nevada on the Boulder Highway, just outside of Las Vegas. The $3.5 million first phase is scheduled for completion and opening in September. Hildreth Named Scout-o-Romo Chaimioii .Major General James R. Hildreth, commander, USAF Tactical Fighter Weapons Center, here, has been named Chairman of the 1978 Scout-A-Rama for the Boulder Dam Area Council. He served as Vice Chairman for the event last year. A kick-off breakfast meeting between General Hildreth aftd key planners of ScoUt-ARama is scheduled for 7:30 a.m. next Wednesday (Sept. 6) in the Nellis Officers" Open Mess. • ••••• This steering committee will establish timetables and provide guidance to insure a successful program this year. The 1978 Scout-ARama is scheduled for Nov. 18 in the Las Vegas Convention Center. It will be an exhibition of Scouting activities which offers youth an opportunity to display skills and learn in the process. • • BUH-DtNG CITIZENSHIP AND CHARACTER NATIONAL NEWSPAPER CARRIER DAY OCTOBER 14 MANY SENATOR GIBSON'S POLITICAL SIGNS BEEN DESTROYED OR STOLENIf You Want Youre PleaseCal ^ 564-1581 I : • ; I m • • *ti iJMi ^gkk^AttmdttUitmm^im LET'S KEEP SENATOR JAMES I. GIBSON WORKING FOR us IN THE State Senate Because of his seniority and leadership positions in the Senate he is in a position to get much more done for us than a freshman legislator with no past experi. ence or acquaintances in state government GIBSON HPV HAS THE MOST MAIORITY I^^ '^ • TANT LEADER ^ 13^1 ASSIGNMENT SENATE Hfli SENATE AS VICE CHAIRMAN OF THE RNACE COMMITTEE AND OF THE GOVERNMENT AFAIRS COM MIHEE HE HAS INFLUENCE ON MOST OF THE KEY MEASURES WHICH TOUCH ON THE COMMUNITIES IN SENATE DISTRICT NO. 1 SOME OF THESE MEASURES WHICH HE HAS SI^NSORED ARE ]f Henderson City Charter Acts. ^ Henderson City Land Sales Acts. '^Construction of Fish and Game Fish *!( Hatchery at Lake Mead -jf Construction of So. Nev. Water Proj. Ph* ases 1-2 1^ Enlarged board of Co. Commissioners allowing Henderson & BC to have a member for the first time. l^Reapportlonment act of 1966 which Gave Henderson, B.C. and the Valleys Representation in the State Senate ^Allocation of Cigarette, Liquor and local government sales tax in support of local governments which has meant several million dollars in revenue for Henderson a Boulder. if Appropriation for establishment and largement of Children's Home in BouU der City. '^ Appropriation for establishment of DRI Solar Energy laboratory in Boulder City. ^ Measure increasing allowance limit for school bonds which mode possible the construction and expansion of Vo Tech, the new Basic High School, and improvements to other schools throughout the district. -^ Appropriations which have provided for the expansion of UNLV campus from one small building to its present size. •^ Appropriations for the establishment and expansion of the Community College system to its present size. ...... I ^ Authonzatlon to the state parks bond 1^Appropriation for National Guard Arw .....„„ .1 • ^ issue which will allow for greatly immory in Henderson • 1 ^ tu u*.. proved park systems throughout Nevada. IN THESE ASSIGNMENTS, SENATOR GIBSON HAS BEEN INSTRUMENTAL IN MAINTAINING NEVADA AS A FISCAUY SOUND STATE WITH A STRONG SURPLUS. LET'S NOT TRADE THIS RECORD OF ACCOMPUSHMENT AND PROVEN LEGISLATIVE EXPERIENCE FOR THE UNKNOWN NO LEGISLATIVE EXPERIENCE. RE • ELEa SENATOR JAMES I. GIBSON DEMOCRAT V t — T Himknen Hn. N.wt, Hlmi. Ngd
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TwcMiay Uf H mbtt S, If7| f Htndmnon Horn* Nwt, Hndnon, Nvo4o N9> Eagles Win Over Basic In Opener 14-0 In a dissappointing opener, the Boulder City Eagles kept up their winning tradition over the Basic Wolves in the football game held before an overflow crowd at the Boulder stadium Friday night. To Coach Camillone, who was pushing his boys toward better conditioning for the past 8^ months, it was a crushing defeat. "I've never taken defeat as hard as this one," .lillone said. "We did t play well. Although .e controlled the game the first half, after our 48-yard touchdown was called back because of a holding penalty, the game was all over." Camillone said the Eagles won the game on desire. "They out-gutted us," he said. "They are not as good a team as we are but those kids wanted it and they got jt. They deserved to win and I admire them for it." Phillip Wolff, Boulder City's tough outside runner, scored two touchdowns in his varsity debut. The speedster scored ij^ the second quarter from five yards out and added a two yard score in the third quarter. Colby Lowrie kicked both extra points. Wolff and Basic junior Otto Kelly were impressive for their respective clubs. Both runners rushed for 65 yards with Kelly adding two pass receptions for 24 yards. The Boulder City defense, led by linebacker Charlie Brown, nose guard Jamie Wood and linebacker Cato Esquivel. shut down the Basic offense in the second half. Kelly was held to minus one yard rushing in the final half and the Wolves only mountcfd one threat. That threat came in the final minute of the game when quarterback Tom Rawson moved his team 44 yards by connecting on two straight receptions to tight • end Rick Roundy and split • end Leo Goldsby. That put the ball on the Boulder City 33 yard line. Ironically, the forward pass nearly got Basic on the scoreboard in the first period. Rawson completed a 48 • yard touchdown pass to a wide open Da^ryl Turner, but the play was wiped out because of a Basic holding penalty. "WORRY" Cont. from Page T January, and so wrote, that there'll be a settlement in the Middle East by the end of this year. It could start at Camp David. It could finish at Camp t>avid. Hew come they're here and not there -in Jerutalem, Cairo er Timbucktoo? Simply because Mr. Carter invited them to come here and try at it again. Why involve the United States in foreign problems when he has seen what happened in.amd, Cubo, el al? Who can answer what goes on in Corter't mind? Maybe it's as simple as this: what has he got to lose? The polls shew him so far down that anything he does might be a plus.. and a plus limes more pluses might bring Carter bock to where he could think of running again. Yes Carter it a gambling man, with oil hit tooth • toying, with all his desire to run his own show, with however he defies congress. Or, moybe Carter knows something we don't know. Moybe he knowt Saudi Arabia with its 100 billion dollar annual irtcome is worried about Ruisio and has given the word to Sadat, whom the Soudis subsidizes as well at the other Arab countries to the tune of three billion dollars a yeor. Moybe Carter knows that Israel's fears of accepting guorenteet of its borders and then having the guarantees turn out worthiest, ot has happened before, .. maybe Carter has found a guarantee that can be accepted. Or, maybe the good God Almighty, is finolly getting his turn. It is o fact that Sodot it a religious man. Begin is a religious man. Carter is o religious man. Maybe they now an letting the light come thru and are thinking of mankind first instead of political maneouvering, hoss • trading for oil, forming allies for war. J Or, maybe this it the last step befoWwof breaks out again in tRe Middle East -• that could lead to war all over the world .. possibly even the wor thot would wipe out monkind. And thot all concerns this country editor ... who, with little voice, con stand ot the front lines that ore now at Camp David -and obterve, then coll them as I see them. And Pray. SONGLEADERS Daphne Jones, Rani Bush, Lori Erlir>g, Btty OeMiiU, Shirley RWSMII, Sht ilo Adorn s. I I I I I I I I I I I I Henderson Home News • • • • • 1, 1W1 Published every Tuesday and Thursday morning at 22 Water Street. Henderson, Nevada 89105. Ph 564-1881 AAORRY ZENOFf • Editor 4 Publisher lomo Kesterten • Monoging Editor A General tAonaff^ Mary Stafford • Editorial Staff Happy Prebte • Advertising Monoger L McKee • Circulation Monoger, $65-M37 Entered at the post office in Henderson, Nevada. at second class natter on June 1.1961. suaecRimoN RATCS MAIL SUISCtlPTIONS • MI af MiMteurpI lU*" • Tit 11 pwfMr i kntaMMSt I tm^ Cent, from Page 1 efforts in improving air quality. While cloud occurrence remains an unsolved aesthetic problem, no heaUh hazards have been associated with the cloud. It was proposed to the Committee that study be continued during the 1978 79 winter season, building uponwhat has already befn learned, with the anticipation that the particulates will be more completely defined. The three companies also indicated that they would continue their efforts to implement feasible engineering controls to effect even further air quality improvements. They assured the Committee of their continued cooperation with the local air pollution control authorities. This year, Stauffer, Kerr McGee. and Timet are voluntarily underlaking various projects having a total cost of nearly 2 million dollars which will further improve air quality. The first Boulder City touchdown was setup when Brown intercepted a Rawson pass at mid field and raced to the Basic 32 yardline. Wolff carried the ball the next five plays with his final attempt finally getting Boulder City on the scoreboard with on minute left the first half. The Eagles scored their ^cond touchdown midway in the third quarter with quarterback Mitch Stoker directing his club on a \ short 44 yard drive. The next seven plays were all on the ground with Pete Formica. Wolff, and Lowrie taking turns grinding out the yardage. Wolff from inside the three with five minutes remaining to put the game out of reach. HPRD Boord Meets Tonight The appointment of an O'Callaghan Park Dedication Committee will be the main topic of discussion at the Parks and Recreation Board meeting tonight at 6 p.m. in the Planning Commission Chambers of the city annex. Other items on the short agenda include the $5 plus million bond issue which voters will be deciding upon in the November election and a review of the park ordinance. GIRLS AND BOYS CROSS COUNTRY •• KNEEUNG: Jim Gorfteld Paul Savage Kendoll AAemmtr. STANDING: John Rocho, Ruth Blomdal, Mikt A she^Cooch Dick Muggins. ,^r October 8-14 IS YEARS SERVICE Rolph Toddrt (etnttr) nalnttnonceforman, for Kerr McO Chmicol Corporation, is being congrotulated by Ml Voorhoii (nght) manogfr, Plant Engineering, for W 15 ytaa of itrvice with the compony. lorry Christionson (loft) luporintondont of Mointononco, also congrtulattt Ralph for his long • sonrko with tho compony. Old Vegas to Open in Sept. Robert Shelton, president of Old Tucson Corporation, said today (.August 31) that its board has approved and completed a definitive agreement with the major shareholders of Old West Corporation to acquire an additional 50.4 percent of Old West's stock. Terms are essentially the same as those of an .August 9 agreement in principle. Old Tucson has owned 30 percent of Old West and now. will own 80.4 percent. Old Tucson will exchange 141,750 shares of its common stock with the shareholders of Old West on the basis of \y share of Old Tucson stock for each share of OldWest common stock. An earn • out provision in the agreement provides for the shareholders of Old West to recieve additional Old Tucson stock depending upon the future earnings of Old West. Old Tucson will also have an option to purchase the remaining shares of Old West held by the shareholders. Old West will continue to operate as a separate entity. The principal shareholders of Old West are Johnny Mitchell, Ellison Miles, Cecil Simmons and Robert Shelton. Shelton is the president and a director of b*th companies. Miles and Jerry E. Blackwell. Old Tucson's executive vice president, are directors of both companies. Mitchell is also a holder of Old Tucson stock. In discussing the acquisition. Shelton said."The purchase represents a natural growth extension for Old Tucson and its many long time shareholders. The Las .Vegas area is a great tourism market and is in need of a family oriented theme park. The acquisition will allow us to reach a size that will lead to increased efficiency, and at the same time give us a base for achieving a more ambitious long range growth plan." Old Tucson is a famous movie location and family fun park located 12 miles from Tucson. Old West is constructing a $7 to $10 million, when completed, family oriented theme park and motion picture studio called Old Vegas in Henderson, Nevada on the Boulder Highway, just outside of Las Vegas. The $3.5 million first phase is scheduled for completion and opening in September. Hildreth Named Scout-o-Romo Chaimioii .Major General James R. Hildreth, commander, USAF Tactical Fighter Weapons Center, here, has been named Chairman of the 1978 Scout-A-Rama for the Boulder Dam Area Council. He served as Vice Chairman for the event last year. A kick-off breakfast meeting between General Hildreth aftd key planners of ScoUt-ARama is scheduled for 7:30 a.m. next Wednesday (Sept. 6) in the Nellis Officers" Open Mess. • ••••• This steering committee will establish timetables and provide guidance to insure a successful program this year. The 1978 Scout-ARama is scheduled for Nov. 18 in the Las Vegas Convention Center. It will be an exhibition of Scouting activities which offers youth an opportunity to display skills and learn in the process. • • BUH-DtNG CITIZENSHIP AND CHARACTER NATIONAL NEWSPAPER CARRIER DAY OCTOBER 14 MANY SENATOR GIBSON'S POLITICAL SIGNS BEEN DESTROYED OR STOLENIf You Want Youre PleaseCal ^ 564-1581 I : • ; I m • • *ti iJMi ^gkk^AttmdttUitmm^im LET'S KEEP SENATOR JAMES I. GIBSON WORKING FOR us IN THE State Senate Because of his seniority and leadership positions in the Senate he is in a position to get much more done for us than a freshman legislator with no past experi. ence or acquaintances in state government GIBSON HPV HAS THE MOST MAIORITY I^^ '^ • TANT LEADER ^ 13^1 ASSIGNMENT SENATE Hfli SENATE AS VICE CHAIRMAN OF THE RNACE COMMITTEE AND OF THE GOVERNMENT AFAIRS COM MIHEE HE HAS INFLUENCE ON MOST OF THE KEY MEASURES WHICH TOUCH ON THE COMMUNITIES IN SENATE DISTRICT NO. 1 SOME OF THESE MEASURES WHICH HE HAS SI^NSORED ARE ]f Henderson City Charter Acts. ^ Henderson City Land Sales Acts. '^Construction of Fish and Game Fish *!( Hatchery at Lake Mead -jf Construction of So. Nev. Water Proj. Ph* ases 1-2 1^ Enlarged board of Co. Commissioners allowing Henderson & BC to have a member for the first time. l^Reapportlonment act of 1966 which Gave Henderson, B.C. and the Valleys Representation in the State Senate ^Allocation of Cigarette, Liquor and local government sales tax in support of local governments which has meant several million dollars in revenue for Henderson a Boulder. if Appropriation for establishment and largement of Children's Home in BouU der City. '^ Appropriation for establishment of DRI Solar Energy laboratory in Boulder City. ^ Measure increasing allowance limit for school bonds which mode possible the construction and expansion of Vo Tech, the new Basic High School, and improvements to other schools throughout the district. -^ Appropriations which have provided for the expansion of UNLV campus from one small building to its present size. •^ Appropriations for the establishment and expansion of the Community College system to its present size. ...... I ^ Authonzatlon to the state parks bond 1^Appropriation for National Guard Arw .....„„ .1 • ^ issue which will allow for greatly immory in Henderson • 1 ^ tu u*.. proved park systems throughout Nevada. IN THESE ASSIGNMENTS, SENATOR GIBSON HAS BEEN INSTRUMENTAL IN MAINTAINING NEVADA AS A FISCAUY SOUND STATE WITH A STRONG SURPLUS. LET'S NOT TRADE THIS RECORD OF ACCOMPUSHMENT AND PROVEN LEGISLATIVE EXPERIENCE FOR THE UNKNOWN NO LEGISLATIVE EXPERIENCE. RE • ELEa SENATOR JAMES I. GIBSON DEMOCRAT V t — T Himknen Hn. N.wt, Hlmi. Ngd
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Child Development Lob Set by College Hcndanon Horn* Nwi, Hndren, Nvoda Jomes Krell ot Armstrong Floor School • Clark County Community College Child Development Lab pre school classes for four • year old children will begin on Septmeber 5. Instruction will be^in at 12:30 and end at 3 pm Monday through Thursday. For information please call 643-6060 extension 336. James Leonard Krell of Jim Krell Floor Covering Specialists. 116 Cedar. Henderson, is taking a one week course in resilient flooring installation at the flor Henderson. Boulder Citi( The Moapa ^lUlejt Goodspnngs. Hie Virgin Basin & Searchlight. SENATOR DEMOCRAT James GibsoiL • Vs a legislator for 20 \ ears, as the Senate Majorit\ Leader and as a nVemherol ihe |X)\vcrlul Senate Financ c Coniinittee. lames Gibson has delixcred iiew jol)s lor Henderson. Agri( uliural help lor the Vtoaik) and \ irgin \ alleys. .\u<.\ iH-netits loall Ihecomniunities in S<*naie Distrit 11. Hemmsible Seniority To ProteaOnr Interests. That^The Gibson PAID FOR BY THE COMMITTEE TO R£ EUCT SENATOR JAMES I GiBSON Armstrong Cork Company's Installation School. As a part of the course, all students are conducted on a tour through the Lancaster Floor Plant to study the'manufacture of sheet vinyl flooring and resilient tiles. Duke Johnson Graduoted At Locklond Air National Guard Airman Duke Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton D. Johnson Sr. of 389 Severn Court, Henderson, has graduated at Lackland AFB. Tex., from Air Force basic training. The airman studied the .\ir Force mission, organization and customs and received special instruction in human relations. Completion of this training earned the individual credits towards an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force. .\irman Johnson now goes to Lowry AFB. Colo., for specialized training in the audiovisual field. The airman, a 1977 graduate of Douglas High School, Gardnerville, Nev., attended the University of Nevada at Keno. OBITUARI^ Jeonette R. MiHolsky Mgt4 TMtday UpttrAt i, \97t Jeanette R. MiHalsk)-, 61, passed away last Friday at a local hospital. She had been a 20 year resident of the area and was a retired presser in the retail cleaning industry. Survivors include her husband. Alex MiHalsky of Henderson and a sister, Peggy Plummer of Roseville, California. Services will be held tomorrow at 11 a.m. at Palm Chapel with Fr. Theo VanSkee of St. Peter's Catholic Church ofTiciatlng. Interment will follow at Palm Memorial Park. Th trunk of M •UphW M" hold lix qf o' *"'•'• ma. rortun* Ttlling htH* ChlMran mutf ; BEAM PAWN BHOKCR 1IZO N BOMIJT Hwy • \ln^m^'\'^..r^t^^ml^n HtndcrMfi Hmt Nwt, Htndwnon, Nvada Ttmdoy Spfmbr 5, 1971 Roy Sckierlioff Enters AF Acodemy Roy L. Jockson Services will be held tomorrow at 2 p.m. at Palm Chapel for Ray L. Jackson, 73, who passed away September 3 in Cottonwood Cove. Mr. Jackson was born February 3, 1905 in Toquerville, Utah and ha worked as a steam engineer at a paper manufacturing plant. He had. Lena Cotoline Posses Awoy In Colifornio Lena Cataline Nyland. oi't of Henderson's pionter businesswomen, ijahsed away last Tuesday in Huntington Beach. Ca. Mrs. Nyland owned the Kiddie Corner and gift nook in the early days of Henderson. She lived here for over 20 years. After the death of her late husband, she remarried and moved to California. She was buried in LDS s,'>rvices. also '.erved in the U.S. .Navy. Survivors include his wife, Altp of Cottonwood Cove; a daughter. Dorothy Reynolds of Redding, California and a son. Bill R. Jackson of Stockton. Calif.; sisters, Violet Keleven of Salt Lake City, Utah, Lenore Harris of Farmington. Utah, Wilma Summons of Tempe. Arizona, Melva Stanton of Salt Lake City and Leavell Prince of Panaca, Nevada; one brother, Delbert Jackson of Laverkin, Utah and five grandchildren. Interment will be in Toquerville, Utah. ^ YOU^ INSURANa KIW PACi WITH THf INCRIASID VALUI OF YOUR HOMH. rn*^-*^*^^ iUiM*rloliko iky-klgit. Den') b For coi^i (oviraif, cill n of Kotrcbtr KAERCHER ^S. INSUIUI^CE *1 72$ $•. Itli • 3M.2I13 WORKING WITH WOOFTER "...for ninny vetin • hntl pruhlem* hriiifiinti ihf ohier inii-riroiiit' ftroisnimn Ui l.nn \ eii*t* onil "^iiiillwrn \i'inilii. I fn lilllttittriiiiou uii pniil Ui ihriw f)TuhU'm in ihe liiir riifoni'itn'iil hnirkel. Hoireier. irhen Roy W iHtfu-r inn Dixlrirl UUiniey. tUerf inin neivr n linnihal i(' nmltl nttt fifl la Roy on any ftrohlfin nl any lime lUty or nifthl..." j I ".../if** ifr\' ronrt'riieil nilh llif hiark roinmiinily on ilifferenl j ftrajiTh. iiimi llif yinilh ftro>irunin. aluo lli*lu-ninr rilizi'nu...' I i "...a lifll nfan nllorney ami lie'n fiitl a hvll of a fttHnl rt-vonl a* n. I... .' I I "...hr rarv and rnrf in lln' name ofllie fcitine. He'* uliimn ihni he care* for ihe fteopie. exfterialh for the liren nfihe l^ilin roninuinily. lie han Iteen fair..." "...he helfm fteoftle. He'n for ihe youth..." "...I'm iritrkini! nilh Roy II mtfler ln'tmiMI lliink he'* henl tliinhfieil for ihe joh. I like hin irv of intrkhifc icith ftettftle of till alien anil haekarounil*..." "...I've srntrn lo knoir Roy H mtfier. I knoii tchal he'n iloitf for ihe roininunily. for the nenior riliieu* anil for ihe relerum. I'm alut in favor of irhnlei er he hn* ilone in Ihe fninl ami irill ilv in ihe fulure for youlh..." "....I'm norkinfi iiilh Roy H imfler Iteennm' Vcr alira\Ti found he'* nrailtihle In ihe ftuhlir re^nnlleM of irhal rime of /lay or nifihl il M if yon roll him he'll Inthere nilh ihe anmrerii..." H. by Committoo fo El*lRdAT HI WAY AUTO 101 LAKE MEAD—HENOERSON Cemtr of Lake Mad & Boulder Hwy. PH: 565-0737 Your Working Man's Friend "WILL RNANCE ANYONE" Wl CARRY CONTRACTS $350. DOWN—NO CREDIT NEEDED 70 CORONn 4 dr., CbNp it $150. DOWN—NO CREDIT NEEDCD '62 FALCON 2 dr., 6 cyM. $200 DOWN—NO CREDIT NEEDED '65 MERCURY 4 dr., nnis good $300 DOWN—NO CREDn NEEDED '61 Moitofo btp rod M color it Ut it )f it it it i^ it it it )f it it it % )f it it iki^ 4^ $450 DOWN-NO CREDn NEEDED '72 V090 c^ dwip ocoM $400 DOWN—NO CREDIT NEEDED '70 CoroMt wgo. rws good $450 DOWN—NO CREDIT NEEDCD '71 Crtlois Hdtp. "Cheop!" $500 DOWN—NO CREDIT NEEDED '70 Courgor htp., XR7 olr $300 DOWN—NO CREDIT NEEDED '67 CiMrgor Fstbk., 4-spd. $500 DOWN—NO CREDIT NEEDED '70 ToMfOSt 90. rM Rko $400 DOWN—NO CREDIT NEEDED '70 SKYLARK CoNvort. Look $450 DOWN—NO CREDIT NEEDED '69 IMPALA Htp., Skorp $350 DOWN—NO CREDIT NEEDED '69 AMC W911., Cleon $500 DOWN—NO CREDIT NEEDED '70 Nova ktp, big Hros it )f it )f Ik )f If >f )f )f )f )f it % )f it ik it it it it Tk it Tk )f Jf it it it Tk Jf it it it it it Tk Tk ik ik it it it )f Tk 5f )f )f it )f )f it 3f Tk Tk • 44444444^44444jjt I ^ !V> V 1^ Y : v> V 4 Democrat Assembly Na 21 ELECT ^^^^^ ^^^ No 21 ^ HOSS MELTON —r

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Child Development Lob Set by College Hcndanon Horn* Nwi, Hndren, Nvoda Jomes Krell ot Armstrong Floor School • Clark County Community College Child Development Lab pre school classes for four • year old children will begin on Septmeber 5. Instruction will be^in at 12:30 and end at 3 pm Monday through Thursday. For information please call 643-6060 extension 336. James Leonard Krell of Jim Krell Floor Covering Specialists. 116 Cedar. Henderson, is taking a one week course in resilient flooring installation at the flor Henderson. Boulder Citi( The Moapa ^lUlejt Goodspnngs. Hie Virgin Basin & Searchlight. SENATOR DEMOCRAT James GibsoiL • Vs a legislator for 20 \ ears, as the Senate Majorit\ Leader and as a nVemherol ihe |X)\vcrlul Senate Financ c Coniinittee. lames Gibson has delixcred iiew jol)s lor Henderson. Agri( uliural help lor the Vtoaik) and \ irgin \ alleys. .\u<.\ iH-netits loall Ihecomniunities in S<*naie Distrit 11. Hemmsible Seniority To ProteaOnr Interests. That^The Gibson PAID FOR BY THE COMMITTEE TO R£ EUCT SENATOR JAMES I GiBSON Armstrong Cork Company's Installation School. As a part of the course, all students are conducted on a tour through the Lancaster Floor Plant to study the'manufacture of sheet vinyl flooring and resilient tiles. Duke Johnson Graduoted At Locklond Air National Guard Airman Duke Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton D. Johnson Sr. of 389 Severn Court, Henderson, has graduated at Lackland AFB. Tex., from Air Force basic training. The airman studied the .\ir Force mission, organization and customs and received special instruction in human relations. Completion of this training earned the individual credits towards an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force. .\irman Johnson now goes to Lowry AFB. Colo., for specialized training in the audiovisual field. The airman, a 1977 graduate of Douglas High School, Gardnerville, Nev., attended the University of Nevada at Keno. OBITUARI^ Jeonette R. MiHolsky Mgt4 TMtday UpttrAt i, \97t Jeanette R. MiHalsk)-, 61, passed away last Friday at a local hospital. She had been a 20 year resident of the area and was a retired presser in the retail cleaning industry. Survivors include her husband. Alex MiHalsky of Henderson and a sister, Peggy Plummer of Roseville, California. Services will be held tomorrow at 11 a.m. at Palm Chapel with Fr. Theo VanSkee of St. Peter's Catholic Church ofTiciatlng. Interment will follow at Palm Memorial Park. Th trunk of M •UphW M" hold lix qf o' *"'•'• ma. rortun* Ttlling htH* ChlMran mutf ; BEAM PAWN BHOKCR 1IZO N BOMIJT Hwy • \ln^m^'\'^..r^t^^ml^n HtndcrMfi Hmt Nwt, Htndwnon, Nvada Ttmdoy Spfmbr 5, 1971 Roy Sckierlioff Enters AF Acodemy Roy L. Jockson Services will be held tomorrow at 2 p.m. at Palm Chapel for Ray L. Jackson, 73, who passed away September 3 in Cottonwood Cove. Mr. Jackson was born February 3, 1905 in Toquerville, Utah and ha worked as a steam engineer at a paper manufacturing plant. He had. Lena Cotoline Posses Awoy In Colifornio Lena Cataline Nyland. oi't of Henderson's pionter businesswomen, ijahsed away last Tuesday in Huntington Beach. Ca. Mrs. Nyland owned the Kiddie Corner and gift nook in the early days of Henderson. She lived here for over 20 years. After the death of her late husband, she remarried and moved to California. She was buried in LDS s,'>rvices. also '.erved in the U.S. .Navy. Survivors include his wife, Altp of Cottonwood Cove; a daughter. Dorothy Reynolds of Redding, California and a son. Bill R. Jackson of Stockton. Calif.; sisters, Violet Keleven of Salt Lake City, Utah, Lenore Harris of Farmington. Utah, Wilma Summons of Tempe. Arizona, Melva Stanton of Salt Lake City and Leavell Prince of Panaca, Nevada; one brother, Delbert Jackson of Laverkin, Utah and five grandchildren. Interment will be in Toquerville, Utah. ^ YOU^ INSURANa KIW PACi WITH THf INCRIASID VALUI OF YOUR HOMH. rn*^-*^*^^ iUiM*rloliko iky-klgit. Den') b For coi^i (oviraif, cill n of Kotrcbtr KAERCHER ^S. INSUIUI^CE *1 72$ $•. Itli • 3M.2I13 WORKING WITH WOOFTER "...for ninny vetin • hntl pruhlem* hriiifiinti ihf ohier inii-riroiiit' ftroisnimn Ui l.nn \ eii*t* onil "^iiiillwrn \i'inilii. I fn lilllttittriiiiou uii pniil Ui ihriw f)TuhU'm in ihe liiir riifoni'itn'iil hnirkel. Hoireier. irhen Roy W iHtfu-r inn Dixlrirl UUiniey. tUerf inin neivr n linnihal i(' nmltl nttt fifl la Roy on any ftrohlfin nl any lime lUty or nifthl..." j I ".../if** ifr\' ronrt'riieil nilh llif hiark roinmiinily on ilifferenl j ftrajiTh. iiimi llif yinilh ftro>irunin. aluo lli*lu-ninr rilizi'nu...' I i "...a lifll nfan nllorney ami lie'n fiitl a hvll of a fttHnl rt-vonl a* n. I... .' I I "...hr rarv and rnrf in lln' name ofllie fcitine. He'* uliimn ihni he care* for ihe fteopie. exfterialh for the liren nfihe l^ilin roninuinily. lie han Iteen fair..." "...he helfm fteoftle. He'n for ihe youth..." "...I'm iritrkini! nilh Roy II mtfler ln'tmiMI lliink he'* henl tliinhfieil for ihe joh. I like hin irv of intrkhifc icith ftettftle of till alien anil haekarounil*..." "...I've srntrn lo knoir Roy H mtfier. I knoii tchal he'n iloitf for ihe roininunily. for the nenior riliieu* anil for ihe relerum. I'm alut in favor of irhnlei er he hn* ilone in Ihe fninl ami irill ilv in ihe fulure for youlh..." "....I'm norkinfi iiilh Roy H imfler Iteennm' Vcr alira\Ti found he'* nrailtihle In ihe ftuhlir re^nnlleM of irhal rime of /lay or nifihl il M if yon roll him he'll Inthere nilh ihe anmrerii..." H. by Committoo fo El*lRdAT HI WAY AUTO 101 LAKE MEAD—HENOERSON Cemtr of Lake Mad & Boulder Hwy. PH: 565-0737 Your Working Man's Friend "WILL RNANCE ANYONE" Wl CARRY CONTRACTS $350. DOWN—NO CREDIT NEEDED 70 CORONn 4 dr., CbNp it $150. DOWN—NO CREDIT NEEDCD '62 FALCON 2 dr., 6 cyM. $200 DOWN—NO CREDIT NEEDED '65 MERCURY 4 dr., nnis good $300 DOWN—NO CREDn NEEDED '61 Moitofo btp rod M color it Ut it )f it it it i^ it it it )f it it it % )f it it iki^ 4^ $450 DOWN-NO CREDn NEEDED '72 V090 c^ dwip ocoM $400 DOWN—NO CREDIT NEEDED '70 CoroMt wgo. rws good $450 DOWN—NO CREDIT NEEDCD '71 Crtlois Hdtp. "Cheop!" $500 DOWN—NO CREDIT NEEDED '70 Courgor htp., XR7 olr $300 DOWN—NO CREDIT NEEDED '67 CiMrgor Fstbk., 4-spd. $500 DOWN—NO CREDIT NEEDED '70 ToMfOSt 90. rM Rko $400 DOWN—NO CREDIT NEEDED '70 SKYLARK CoNvort. Look $450 DOWN—NO CREDIT NEEDED '69 IMPALA Htp., Skorp $350 DOWN—NO CREDIT NEEDED '69 AMC W911., Cleon $500 DOWN—NO CREDIT NEEDED '70 Nova ktp, big Hros it )f it )f Ik )f If >f )f )f )f )f it % )f it ik it it it it Tk it Tk )f Jf it it it Tk Jf it it it it it Tk Tk ik ik it it it )f Tk 5f )f )f it )f )f it 3f Tk Tk • 44444444^44444jjt I ^ !V> V 1^ Y : v> V 4 Democrat Assembly Na 21 ELECT ^^^^^ ^^^ No 21 ^ HOSS MELTON —r

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--^ HandtrMn Hem* Nawt, Hcndcrton, Ntvodo ?V> If m Friendly Frank's First Annual $46,00Qi0O tKK THE PRO? FOOTBALL CONTEST ^ No Points. NQ Handicaps. Just Pick The Winners $254XXU)0 FI ST PLME ffJOf iV $S,OO OJ W IKTPUff fiUMMLQQ PARTIAL LIST OF RULES All contestants must be 21 years of age. A person may enter the contest as many times as he or she wishes. All federal wagering taxes will be paid by the Royal Inn Casino. The contest will involve selecting the winning teams during the National Football League's regular season games of 1978. _Th€_contest winners will be those entrants with the highest number of winning selections. There will be no points or handicaps on any of the football games. The team that wins the game is the winning selection. in case of a tie game, either team selected will count as a win. Complfts Stfs of Rules and Entry Forms Are Available Now at the Royal Inn Casino's Cashiers Cage. SPECIAL BONUS: All entrants will receive a prime nb or porterhouse steak dinner for two in the Royalty Room. NCMaMMM&HIMiTaTrS 3B UMIIIM CBITBi OMVE 'Home of the most Hberal FooibaU Parlay/ card$ in the workf >•-i Tuidov Spembr $, 1971 A\( WATER FACTS m FANCIES Water Lawns Early Lawn sprinklers frrqufntly are turned on during th* hat of day, aa homeowners apparently intend to ^ool and refresh their parched grasa. But that's usually not a good idea, according to the American Water Works Asaociation help lawn diseaaca develop. How can you tell when the lawn needs water? The simplest test is to step on a patch of lawn briefly and sec if the graas blades tend to spring back up (no water necessary) or tend to stay flat, which means it's time to sprinkle again. Page 6 :5=1 t Rusuan icientltti hav rtcantly obtaintdi U.S. pattnt for iynthitic caviar. #vs Morning is the best time to water most lawn areas. 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ELECT Pa9t7 BMAQiivKr THE QUALIFIED CANDIDATE Dedicated to Integrity and fulltime work. no -HomancNi lof Judgt CornnrJM^Nail Stocum ChtKman In 1728, potatoit war* outliwad in Scotland btcauia thay wtra not mantionad in th Biblt. wAi9 Each A Up for *t VwyQoodAB Sitvir NalfDoltirt 1964 or Before W priMMJieil TittenH Vf K COIN EXCHANGE 1500 Las Vegas Blvd. South (Coftw of 4ttH utih AcfOM from Bob'i Big Boy) 386*29S5 Back to School SPECIALS! i^[OIIBSElFTO Hair & Nail ...f Care' Products II NM you c enty (h um htgti qmmy birtar I MU^ suppiiM It hcniIt your tMrm laioiv W n locaNy owned I opcratM) onW 2 v opin to m puNic H* h|yt I convWi lint ol products Iw twnn t loc rwt t wtwttsM pncai A COMPim DUE ff dbeoeax MODVCTI ^lyU WHEN YOU PRESENT THIS AO! STORE HOURS 2570 [ Tropic 8 30 AM to 5 30 PM • • ,;,•.*• ...i,.MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 451-0025 BARBER & BEAUTY SUPPLY 2570 E Tropicjna 2202 W Chrleston 386-7942 Inquiring Camera Girl Tudoy Saptambtr 5, 17I By RD Riymond XOE KAIBIR • Tf ACHIR • HALlf HEWrSON EllMENTARr • KTER SlUf RSI I faal thot Potar Sllf n k% • AIM aiornpt* of a "now^ aamdian who rovartt to yvitar^/i brand of hwmor in ilopatkli tight 909$ and lituotien Mtupa. Ho it IfM typa of comodian i Oii^oy ond alwoyt oppfociotod tha tlylo of comody ht bfingt to ui -to mwch liko tfta kito "Grov^Ho" • eno of my oil timo fovtritool MERIDITH GREENHOMEMAKER THRCE STOOGESI Yattordoyt ilopttick comody opiMolt to ma tho mot. Todoy'i comody dootn't toom to bo cemplatoly funny • bvt ot timot "stupid" comporod with tha brand of humof tfo Stoogat ond cemodiont of thot aeo hod to effoH TOD iVS QlESTlOy: ho you prefer today comedy or yesterdftys? \anip your all time favorite comediau! Explain! TOM CLARK • lETIRED USAF • ADMINISTRATION HAROIO UOYD and FRED AUENI Lloyd woi tho boginnor of groat tlopttick or>d situation comedy. Today'* comody it moft tophitticatod ond it all dapondt on oudiartco choico. I onjoy and prtltr good, cloon comody. Frad Allan brought to ut truly good hwmor. Of today's comodions I find poopl like Alon King, Bob Nawhort, Bob Hope, and Rod Skelton, the most amusirtgl SI MM IHY: One of the defhitions of comedy is: more or less humurous treutmenl of cliaraclers and silualion irilli a nontnid guests, and brorsd of hun>er. I get tha most laughs out of the daily soop operas or situation comedies. NOTE: Interviews were conducted ot Skoggs Drug Center, Boulder Highway, Hondorton, Nevodol BUY SOME EXTRAS FROMA PART-TIME CAREER. ^i>u tjn h.n\jn cilrj inc.'mijv >t>u HTVt vour a)untr> In hours j nvxiih ("jll your rwirci .\rm\ Rcvrvc corner lt\ livioJ in ihc while paiiiN ol the ph(>fK Knik under "I'S (pDvcrnnK-ni" THE STEEL WORKERS LEGISLATIVE • EDUCATION COMMIHEE Of NEVADA ENDORSES AND SUPPORTS THE FOLLOWING CANDIDATES IN THE PRIMARY ELEaiON SEPTEMBER 12. BOB ROSE Governor MYRON lEAVin Lt. Governor MIKE MIRABELU State Trooturor MIKE DALY Stale Controller RICHARD BRYAN Attorney General BOB MILLER District Attornov BOB GUSSBURN Senote District No. 1 JACK JEFFREY Atsembly District No, 22 FLOYD OSBORN Atsembly District No. 21 ED SUVOSKI Atsembly District No. 16 LARRY TABONY Juttico of the Peace Jake Madill. Chairman. State of Nevada Tom Jones. President, Local 233. Elv Don Chestnut. President. Local 124. Ruth Jim Tur>', Treasurei, Local 4856 Charles Stubbs, Local 5282 Danny Evans, Treasurer, Local 5282 Jim Thompson. Local 4856 j Jim Ebert, Vice President. Local 4856 Ed Suvoski, President. Local 4856 George Schmidt. Secretary Treas urer. State L&E Estelle Devereaux. RecordingSecretary. Local 4856 Chester Humbert. Local 4856 Billy Kuykendall, Local 4856 Wayne Clary, Local 4856 Gene Mowery, Financial Secretary, Local 4856 Vernon Barrow. State Vice Chairman, State L&E, Local 5282 PAID FOI BY THE STIEIWORKERS lEGISUTIVE EDUCATION COMMITTEE Of NEVADA THE ARMY RESERVL (MT OF WHAT YOU EARN ISPRIDL /f f SharBHI Wt V ,^%x\^'^ CLARK COUNTY RIDESHARE PROGRAM 1. As we seem to be faced with a developing traffic congestion problem, along witti the energy crunch and air pollution, the Reoional Street and Highway Commission is implementing a ridesharing program for residents of Clark County. The program Is more than a conservation measure. Rideshorm^can lead to many improvements m our living space 2. Goals of the program include increasing mobility through decreased traffic, the conservation of scarce energy resources, reducing adverse environmental impacts, and promoting economic efficiency and savings for the comuter. 3. Through Clark County Data Processino Services potential ridesharers will be matched from information they will provide on a data infonnation sheet. These are being disbursed at the Regional Street and Highway Commission Office. •4. Accordina to the Department of Transportation, inacasing vehicle occupancy from 1.2 persons to 1.S persons drops the number of coovnuting vehicles by 20%. (xxupancy of 3 persons produces a 66% savings in out of pocket expenses tor these commuters. CALL 384*P00L whistles to the tune of up to 50% OFF. RELOCATION lALL CuHom S dgnd lurniturt md mtny untrue vxitMotm uptoiO%oKewyMig. lOKCH/IOSSt TrfCM'SMm/(MytO^M

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--^ HandtrMn Hem* Nawt, Hcndcrton, Ntvodo ?V> If m Friendly Frank's First Annual $46,00Qi0O tKK THE PRO? FOOTBALL CONTEST ^ No Points. NQ Handicaps. Just Pick The Winners $254XXU)0 FI ST PLME ffJOf iV $S,OO OJ W IKTPUff fiUMMLQQ PARTIAL LIST OF RULES All contestants must be 21 years of age. A person may enter the contest as many times as he or she wishes. All federal wagering taxes will be paid by the Royal Inn Casino. The contest will involve selecting the winning teams during the National Football League's regular season games of 1978. _Th€_contest winners will be those entrants with the highest number of winning selections. There will be no points or handicaps on any of the football games. The team that wins the game is the winning selection. in case of a tie game, either team selected will count as a win. Complfts Stfs of Rules and Entry Forms Are Available Now at the Royal Inn Casino's Cashiers Cage. SPECIAL BONUS: All entrants will receive a prime nb or porterhouse steak dinner for two in the Royalty Room. NCMaMMM&HIMiTaTrS 3B UMIIIM CBITBi OMVE 'Home of the most Hberal FooibaU Parlay/ card$ in the workf >•-i Tuidov Spembr $, 1971 A\( WATER FACTS m FANCIES Water Lawns Early Lawn sprinklers frrqufntly are turned on during th* hat of day, aa homeowners apparently intend to ^ool and refresh their parched grasa. But that's usually not a good idea, according to the American Water Works Asaociation help lawn diseaaca develop. How can you tell when the lawn needs water? The simplest test is to step on a patch of lawn briefly and sec if the graas blades tend to spring back up (no water necessary) or tend to stay flat, which means it's time to sprinkle again. Page 6 :5=1 t Rusuan icientltti hav rtcantly obtaintdi U.S. pattnt for iynthitic caviar. #vs Morning is the best time to water most lawn areas. Before 10 a.m. is best of all. aavs AWWA If you turn the sprmklers on early, you avoid a great de.il of evaporation loss that ocrurs during mid-day watering. The grass and other plants also have time to dry off before the day get* really hot. Other'ise, the sun's rays can cause ici(l Court Depl. 12 M new nni hit N* incumbent. ELECT Pa9t7 BMAQiivKr THE QUALIFIED CANDIDATE Dedicated to Integrity and fulltime work. no -HomancNi lof Judgt CornnrJM^Nail Stocum ChtKman In 1728, potatoit war* outliwad in Scotland btcauia thay wtra not mantionad in th Biblt. wAi9 Each A Up for *t VwyQoodAB Sitvir NalfDoltirt 1964 or Before W priMMJieil TittenH Vf K COIN EXCHANGE 1500 Las Vegas Blvd. South (Coftw of 4ttH utih AcfOM from Bob'i Big Boy) 386*29S5 Back to School SPECIALS! i^[OIIBSElFTO Hair & Nail ...f Care' Products II NM you c enty (h um htgti qmmy birtar I MU^ suppiiM It hcniIt your tMrm laioiv W n locaNy owned I opcratM) onW 2 v opin to m puNic H* h|yt I convWi lint ol products Iw twnn t loc rwt t wtwttsM pncai A COMPim DUE ff dbeoeax MODVCTI ^lyU WHEN YOU PRESENT THIS AO! STORE HOURS 2570 [ Tropic 8 30 AM to 5 30 PM • • ,;,•.*• ...i,.MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 451-0025 BARBER & BEAUTY SUPPLY 2570 E Tropicjna 2202 W Chrleston 386-7942 Inquiring Camera Girl Tudoy Saptambtr 5, 17I By RD Riymond XOE KAIBIR • Tf ACHIR • HALlf HEWrSON EllMENTARr • KTER SlUf RSI I faal thot Potar Sllf n k% • AIM aiornpt* of a "now^ aamdian who rovartt to yvitar^/i brand of hwmor in ilopatkli tight 909$ and lituotien Mtupa. Ho it IfM typa of comodian i Oii^oy ond alwoyt oppfociotod tha tlylo of comody ht bfingt to ui -to mwch liko tfta kito "Grov^Ho" • eno of my oil timo fovtritool MERIDITH GREENHOMEMAKER THRCE STOOGESI Yattordoyt ilopttick comody opiMolt to ma tho mot. Todoy'i comody dootn't toom to bo cemplatoly funny • bvt ot timot "stupid" comporod with tha brand of humof tfo Stoogat ond cemodiont of thot aeo hod to effoH TOD iVS QlESTlOy: ho you prefer today comedy or yesterdftys? \anip your all time favorite comediau! Explain! TOM CLARK • lETIRED USAF • ADMINISTRATION HAROIO UOYD and FRED AUENI Lloyd woi tho boginnor of groat tlopttick or>d situation comedy. Today'* comody it moft tophitticatod ond it all dapondt on oudiartco choico. I onjoy and prtltr good, cloon comody. Frad Allan brought to ut truly good hwmor. Of today's comodions I find poopl like Alon King, Bob Nawhort, Bob Hope, and Rod Skelton, the most amusirtgl SI MM IHY: One of the defhitions of comedy is: more or less humurous treutmenl of cliaraclers and silualion irilli a nontnid guests, and brorsd of hun>er. I get tha most laughs out of the daily soop operas or situation comedies. NOTE: Interviews were conducted ot Skoggs Drug Center, Boulder Highway, Hondorton, Nevodol BUY SOME EXTRAS FROMA PART-TIME CAREER. ^i>u tjn h.n\jn cilrj inc.'mijv >t>u HTVt vour a)untr> In hours j nvxiih ("jll your rwirci .\rm\ Rcvrvc corner lt\ livioJ in ihc while paiiiN ol the ph(>fK Knik under "I'S (pDvcrnnK-ni" THE STEEL WORKERS LEGISLATIVE • EDUCATION COMMIHEE Of NEVADA ENDORSES AND SUPPORTS THE FOLLOWING CANDIDATES IN THE PRIMARY ELEaiON SEPTEMBER 12. BOB ROSE Governor MYRON lEAVin Lt. Governor MIKE MIRABELU State Trooturor MIKE DALY Stale Controller RICHARD BRYAN Attorney General BOB MILLER District Attornov BOB GUSSBURN Senote District No. 1 JACK JEFFREY Atsembly District No, 22 FLOYD OSBORN Atsembly District No. 21 ED SUVOSKI Atsembly District No. 16 LARRY TABONY Juttico of the Peace Jake Madill. Chairman. State of Nevada Tom Jones. President, Local 233. Elv Don Chestnut. President. Local 124. Ruth Jim Tur>', Treasurei, Local 4856 Charles Stubbs, Local 5282 Danny Evans, Treasurer, Local 5282 Jim Thompson. Local 4856 j Jim Ebert, Vice President. Local 4856 Ed Suvoski, President. Local 4856 George Schmidt. Secretary Treas urer. State L&E Estelle Devereaux. RecordingSecretary. Local 4856 Chester Humbert. Local 4856 Billy Kuykendall, Local 4856 Wayne Clary, Local 4856 Gene Mowery, Financial Secretary, Local 4856 Vernon Barrow. State Vice Chairman, State L&E, Local 5282 PAID FOI BY THE STIEIWORKERS lEGISUTIVE EDUCATION COMMITTEE Of NEVADA THE ARMY RESERVL (MT OF WHAT YOU EARN ISPRIDL /f f SharBHI Wt V ,^%x\^'^ CLARK COUNTY RIDESHARE PROGRAM 1. As we seem to be faced with a developing traffic congestion problem, along witti the energy crunch and air pollution, the Reoional Street and Highway Commission is implementing a ridesharing program for residents of Clark County. The program Is more than a conservation measure. Rideshorm^can lead to many improvements m our living space 2. Goals of the program include increasing mobility through decreased traffic, the conservation of scarce energy resources, reducing adverse environmental impacts, and promoting economic efficiency and savings for the comuter. 3. Through Clark County Data Processino Services potential ridesharers will be matched from information they will provide on a data infonnation sheet. These are being disbursed at the Regional Street and Highway Commission Office. •4. Accordina to the Department of Transportation, inacasing vehicle occupancy from 1.2 persons to 1.S persons drops the number of coovnuting vehicles by 20%. (xxupancy of 3 persons produces a 66% savings in out of pocket expenses tor these commuters. CALL 384*P00L whistles to the tune of up to 50% OFF. RELOCATION lALL CuHom S dgnd lurniturt md mtny untrue vxitMotm uptoiO%oKewyMig. lOKCH/IOSSt TrfCM'SMm/(MytO^M

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Htndcrton Horn* Nvwi, HndrMn, Ntvodo Tuttdov Stottmbtf S, )97t Candidates Invited to Public Meet Pagel The Boulder City Democratic Club has invited all Democratic and ^Jon Partisan candidates appearing on the BC Primary Ballot to come lo the Gazebo in Bicentennial Park (next to the City Hall) on Saturday, -September 9. from 2:00 te 4:00 p.m. This will be an opportunity for BC voters to meet and chat with candidates and/or their representatives for Congress, and the State offices of Governor. Lt. Governor, Secretary of State, Attorney General, Treasurer. Comptroller. Senate District 1 and Assembly District 22. Countyofficers to be elerted are District Attorney. Sheriff. Assessor. Public Administrator. TreasAjrer, Clerk, Recorder, and Constable (Nelson Twnshp). Non Partisan offices to be filled are Supreme and District Court Judges and Justice of the Peace (Nfelson Twnshp). Boulder City's districts do not vote for County Commissioner and School Trustee or State Boardis of regents • and Education this year. It has been noted that we have acqujred many new voters in the past two years. The Demo Club decided to provide this rally to acquaint Boulderites with the Primary slate, and hopes citizens will take advantage of this answer to the complaint. "1 don't know any of the candidates." Ligfit refreshments will be served during this 2 4 period. Saturday afternoon. September 9. mmmmtmmmmmmmmm liie Chomber Of Commerce Honors Anite Gleason mm £nou,hho,do,..r.producJ.nth.US....ryy..r,o,.Kh.h.moon,ndbKk21/2t.m.,, Boating Safety and Seomonship Classes to be Held The Coast Guard Auxiliary will be sponsoring a thirteen lesson course in boating safety and seamanship starting Sept. 7 at the Boulder City High School m room 404. Classes start at 7:30 pm and run until 9:30 pm. Instructor for the class will be Mr. McHarg Anne Gleason was a business woman in Boulder -City for 30 years. The store she owned was Gleason's Stationery. It was sold last month to Dorothy Bea^tt. It must be .sed that Anne was ^i more than a member of the business community. Anne Gleason never joined an organization unless she fulfilled far more than her share of doing the work that mafle it go. Thus, she was to serve as the-Chamber of Commerce president, as well as filling the Board of Director chair and all other offices pertaining to the chamber. She was a member of the Development Commission .or 10 years She served when the town had a long way to go before the full thrust of incorporation was to become evident Her work for the Business and Professional Women was stated wide She was named the local president for three years and served as state president for a memorable i MO UB1ftEhh HO WORUIFS^ SO PROSPfyftS 7 RETIRED 30 YHJ* IN iiti$iKi ss r ANNt. i. A fitting tribute wot paid (o Anne Gleason, former owned of Gleason's Stationery in B^oulder City os a full house of Chamber of Commerce members gave her a standing ovation lost week for her contribution to the business community that spanned 30 years. Here she is flanked on the left by Al Rodig, chomber president and on the^ught by Nell Olsen, executive chamber director. The wall hanging was eiecutived by Dave' Perry of little Fox Airbrush. year of success and laughter. Because Anne was a volunteer of unusual ability, Al Radig, pres. of the Chamber of Commerce, named Elton Garrett to present "This if Your Life" in Limerick verse. After each stanza a member of the chamber was supposed to respond. But what were the responses when Anne was named as a one time "madam" of Nevada? This "happening" feel in the year Anne served as president of the BPW. The delegation from Boulder City attended a convention in Carson City. Imagine the laughter among the friends who were with Anne when a policeman arrived at the door and told her'shc and hergirls were under arrest for soliciting on the streets of Carson Cily. .A four page summons was handed to Anne and she read it carefully. She was ordered to put on her "Madam hat which is one of her prized possessions. It even has a red light on top. Off to a Carson City court went our esteemed .\nne. There to have a judge read off the charges. To say the least the incident is something Anne never lived down. She retold the story for the chamber when Elton read a limerick leading up to the narrative. GIFTS GIFTS GIFTS Never to our knowledge has a local business person been ushere4 into .semi • retirement as was .Anne Gleason as her chamber friends gave her a stand' ing ovation .Almost everyone there complimented her particular role in their lives as well as that of the community. Her gifts were unique and unusual. One was a wall hanging made of the finest cloth. It had been executed by Dave Perry of "Little Fox Airbrush." It had been stretched onto a frarn" by .\l Radig It could be written on as if it were the finest paper Everyone present signed their name. .Around the fcf.N^-'T? ^4^^ PAID POUTtCAl ADVIITI$I*NT tides, Dave Perry had printed a lost of clever slogans. In the center it read* RETIRED "30 Years In Business." Another fine gift was from Wayne and Dorothy Bennett, a window box containing the mementoes from Ann's store, her business stationet^y, her stamp, etc. It was beautifully framed by Burk's Gal'ry. Anne received other fine gifts. A necklace shaped like a beer can was from her children. It was made of silver. The greatest gift she received was the love of her community. We believe there was the largest crowd in Chamber of Commerce history at last week's meeting. They were there, not to say goodbye, for Anne will remain in Boulder City, but to say "Thank You" for a job well done in our community. -• • Anne has more than her share -of blessings. Add to them the heart felt love of everyone who knew her as an honest and hard working business woman, who we must add for the record also holds the second oldest business license in Boulder City. -% / "1 STARTS WEDNESDAY SEPT.16TH KRIS KRISTOFERSON AND • AUMcGRAW in COMOY ^ Thank You Readers For PRimiNG THE Pump Pt ^MV HENDERSON J^MF ;) • SHOWTMES •. SHOW NIGHTLY SUN. THRU THUDS. AT 8fll PM. SHOWS EVERY Ft 6 SAT AT 7 (t 9 PM MATINEE EVERY SAT b SUN. AT m ?lli. Adalls $2.00 Chlldrtn $1.00 lAA** AM mzic ATTENTION!! Home Owners All Types Remodeling • ROOM AODITIDNS • ALUMINUM SIDING • MOBILE HOME REPAIRS • GARAGE ENCLOSURES • KITCHENS • BATHS ^ • PATIO COVERS > AOO-A-ROOM FOR MOBILE HOMES LICENSED*BONDED*INSURED CALL 386-6070 452-7930 FINANCING AVAILABLE NEDEAU CONSTRUCTION Our Payroll Is Now *150,000oYear, Highest h History y We're Glad! It means 38 People are getting Weekly Salaries We Hire Home Town People! jSome are Students Some are Housewives Some are Senior Citizens Some are Part Time Workers Some are Teenagers 4 Pll are local area residents • '.• • .5 Boulder Citij Henderson except one from Las Vegas n 235 N. EASTERN SUITE 117 IN STEWART SQUARE LC NO. 14832 .1 I o You can lielp us have more people serve i^ou with the Community Newspaper BY SHOPPING WITH THE mERCHflNTS DISPLAYED IN THIS ISSUE! DEMOCRAT ASSEMBLY DISTRICT 21 ..^ This message from fTlorry Zenoff ll<>>>orkIOO%Kor^ou Pd. Pol. Ad -Bucky Faulkner Chmn, Ru!^ Biar^enship, CoOrd. i s \

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Htndcrton Horn* Nvwi, HndrMn, Ntvodo Tuttdov Stottmbtf S, )97t Candidates Invited to Public Meet Pagel The Boulder City Democratic Club has invited all Democratic and ^Jon Partisan candidates appearing on the BC Primary Ballot to come lo the Gazebo in Bicentennial Park (next to the City Hall) on Saturday, -September 9. from 2:00 te 4:00 p.m. This will be an opportunity for BC voters to meet and chat with candidates and/or their representatives for Congress, and the State offices of Governor. Lt. Governor, Secretary of State, Attorney General, Treasurer. Comptroller. Senate District 1 and Assembly District 22. Countyofficers to be elerted are District Attorney. Sheriff. Assessor. Public Administrator. TreasAjrer, Clerk, Recorder, and Constable (Nelson Twnshp). Non Partisan offices to be filled are Supreme and District Court Judges and Justice of the Peace (Nfelson Twnshp). Boulder City's districts do not vote for County Commissioner and School Trustee or State Boardis of regents • and Education this year. It has been noted that we have acqujred many new voters in the past two years. The Demo Club decided to provide this rally to acquaint Boulderites with the Primary slate, and hopes citizens will take advantage of this answer to the complaint. "1 don't know any of the candidates." Ligfit refreshments will be served during this 2 4 period. Saturday afternoon. September 9. mmmmtmmmmmmmmm liie Chomber Of Commerce Honors Anite Gleason mm £nou,hho,do,..r.producJ.nth.US....ryy..r,o,.Kh.h.moon,ndbKk21/2t.m.,, Boating Safety and Seomonship Classes to be Held The Coast Guard Auxiliary will be sponsoring a thirteen lesson course in boating safety and seamanship starting Sept. 7 at the Boulder City High School m room 404. Classes start at 7:30 pm and run until 9:30 pm. Instructor for the class will be Mr. McHarg Anne Gleason was a business woman in Boulder -City for 30 years. The store she owned was Gleason's Stationery. It was sold last month to Dorothy Bea^tt. It must be .sed that Anne was ^i more than a member of the business community. Anne Gleason never joined an organization unless she fulfilled far more than her share of doing the work that mafle it go. Thus, she was to serve as the-Chamber of Commerce president, as well as filling the Board of Director chair and all other offices pertaining to the chamber. She was a member of the Development Commission .or 10 years She served when the town had a long way to go before the full thrust of incorporation was to become evident Her work for the Business and Professional Women was stated wide She was named the local president for three years and served as state president for a memorable i MO UB1ftEhh HO WORUIFS^ SO PROSPfyftS 7 RETIRED 30 YHJ* IN iiti$iKi ss r ANNt. i. A fitting tribute wot paid (o Anne Gleason, former owned of Gleason's Stationery in B^oulder City os a full house of Chamber of Commerce members gave her a standing ovation lost week for her contribution to the business community that spanned 30 years. Here she is flanked on the left by Al Rodig, chomber president and on the^ught by Nell Olsen, executive chamber director. The wall hanging was eiecutived by Dave' Perry of little Fox Airbrush. year of success and laughter. Because Anne was a volunteer of unusual ability, Al Radig, pres. of the Chamber of Commerce, named Elton Garrett to present "This if Your Life" in Limerick verse. After each stanza a member of the chamber was supposed to respond. But what were the responses when Anne was named as a one time "madam" of Nevada? This "happening" feel in the year Anne served as president of the BPW. The delegation from Boulder City attended a convention in Carson City. Imagine the laughter among the friends who were with Anne when a policeman arrived at the door and told her'shc and hergirls were under arrest for soliciting on the streets of Carson Cily. .A four page summons was handed to Anne and she read it carefully. She was ordered to put on her "Madam hat which is one of her prized possessions. It even has a red light on top. Off to a Carson City court went our esteemed .\nne. There to have a judge read off the charges. To say the least the incident is something Anne never lived down. She retold the story for the chamber when Elton read a limerick leading up to the narrative. GIFTS GIFTS GIFTS Never to our knowledge has a local business person been ushere4 into .semi • retirement as was .Anne Gleason as her chamber friends gave her a stand' ing ovation .Almost everyone there complimented her particular role in their lives as well as that of the community. Her gifts were unique and unusual. One was a wall hanging made of the finest cloth. It had been executed by Dave Perry of "Little Fox Airbrush." It had been stretched onto a frarn" by .\l Radig It could be written on as if it were the finest paper Everyone present signed their name. .Around the fcf.N^-'T? ^4^^ PAID POUTtCAl ADVIITI$I*NT tides, Dave Perry had printed a lost of clever slogans. In the center it read* RETIRED "30 Years In Business." Another fine gift was from Wayne and Dorothy Bennett, a window box containing the mementoes from Ann's store, her business stationet^y, her stamp, etc. It was beautifully framed by Burk's Gal'ry. Anne received other fine gifts. A necklace shaped like a beer can was from her children. It was made of silver. The greatest gift she received was the love of her community. We believe there was the largest crowd in Chamber of Commerce history at last week's meeting. They were there, not to say goodbye, for Anne will remain in Boulder City, but to say "Thank You" for a job well done in our community. -• • Anne has more than her share -of blessings. Add to them the heart felt love of everyone who knew her as an honest and hard working business woman, who we must add for the record also holds the second oldest business license in Boulder City. -% / "1 STARTS WEDNESDAY SEPT.16TH KRIS KRISTOFERSON AND • AUMcGRAW in COMOY ^ Thank You Readers For PRimiNG THE Pump Pt ^MV HENDERSON J^MF ;) • SHOWTMES •. SHOW NIGHTLY SUN. THRU THUDS. AT 8fll PM. SHOWS EVERY Ft 6 SAT AT 7 (t 9 PM MATINEE EVERY SAT b SUN. AT m ?lli. Adalls $2.00 Chlldrtn $1.00 lAA** AM mzic ATTENTION!! Home Owners All Types Remodeling • ROOM AODITIDNS • ALUMINUM SIDING • MOBILE HOME REPAIRS • GARAGE ENCLOSURES • KITCHENS • BATHS ^ • PATIO COVERS > AOO-A-ROOM FOR MOBILE HOMES LICENSED*BONDED*INSURED CALL 386-6070 452-7930 FINANCING AVAILABLE NEDEAU CONSTRUCTION Our Payroll Is Now *150,000oYear, Highest h History y We're Glad! It means 38 People are getting Weekly Salaries We Hire Home Town People! jSome are Students Some are Housewives Some are Senior Citizens Some are Part Time Workers Some are Teenagers 4 Pll are local area residents • '.• • .5 Boulder Citij Henderson except one from Las Vegas n 235 N. EASTERN SUITE 117 IN STEWART SQUARE LC NO. 14832 .1 I o You can lielp us have more people serve i^ou with the Community Newspaper BY SHOPPING WITH THE mERCHflNTS DISPLAYED IN THIS ISSUE! DEMOCRAT ASSEMBLY DISTRICT 21 ..^ This message from fTlorry Zenoff ll<>>>orkIOO%Kor^ou Pd. Pol. Ad -Bucky Faulkner Chmn, Ru!^ Biar^enship, CoOrd. i s \

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I HtndtrMn Hom St. Rose de Lima Hospital Births August 29 Boy to Mr. Land Mrs. Gene Watson. Las Vegas Boy to Mr and Mrs. ii Richard Collins. Las Vetjas September2BoytoMr. and Mrs. Gyland 0. Taylor. Henderson Girl to Mr. and Mrs. Terril Watson. Henderson September 4 Girl to Mr. and Mrs. WUIiam A. Jean. Bdulder City. Elect • 27 years solid law experience • Alternate master presiOmg over child support enforcement cases m District Court • Former chief counsel to Nevada State Welfare Division • Former law clerk to Federal Judge Roger Foley • Admitted to Nevada Bar 1971 • Admitted to New York Bar 1951 •'^iJiTHE QUALIFIED CANDIDATE Pd Political Ad • Romaneiii lor Judge Commmee • Neil Slocum Chairman YOU CAN READ THIS BUT 10,000 ADUITS IN TH{ US VIGAS AKA UNNOT ACCOMHNG TO THE 1970 CENSUS. THEY CANNOT • Fill out job application forms • Read newspapers • Write letters • Read warning labels on bottles and cans • Understand messages from school concerning their children • Read street and freeway signs BE A VOLUNTEER TUTOR! ENROLL NOW FOR TUTOR TRAINING WORKSHOP LAUBACH MnHOO "EACH ONE — TEACH ONE" TEACHING THE ENGLISH SPEAKING TO READ AND WRITE SEPT. 11, 12, 43, M 9:0012:00 a.m. CIVIC CENTER, RM. 33 HENDERSON Registration Fee „ $5.00 (Due prior to beginning of class) CL.\RK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE ADULT EDUC.ATn5S; PROGR.\M will provide all books and materials FREE for Adult tutors and students. FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL: Evelyn Tingley 735-4524 Betty Scott (CCCC) 565-6945 (Plase detach and return toGnfTith Lnited Melhoditt Church) 1701 E Oakev Blvd. Las Vegas. Nev S9104 I TUTOR TRAINING WORKSHOP I n^^E I ADDRESS I TEL NO Z'P -•••• j I REr.lSTKATIOS | I ORDER •# I I Make checks or mtMi?y orders payable to SOLTHERNj I NEVADA LITERACY COUNCIL, at above address I J v> ^-V\.-.vxv <. ( UGALNOTKE Nonci Of *mMunoN PM mtMHOM to AmONUn TM MNUC WAIHt Of TMI n*1l or NIVAM MMun 10. in t,tilkmt n. C fany NNHM M4 tiwwiC NaNwn • Ut MfM MM* •( NM^I M* ippllMMwi M *• kW* litrtMOOlt < h iiWt>wii H i nn iii tf !•*• S^c^ If N^rvva DtvwniiA H !• M rnW* ffni Ml tmdtr ^n ynd MWC* M • tmM IMM^ MIM HM IWVI SW< %t NM M. T 2 1*11. M.01 t M. • •• ^M tpwn •lWt lM tf i4hMnt irir4r mat <•> ^mii wmiWinl ^aiyi m htm iMMWy IM OMMlkw 11M • Mck DMI tm tl pMimttm if II. If71 •Mat. II n M, im I. 11 If'i Nona 0/ AffUCATtc % fOI fHMKttOM TO Afftoftun TMf >uiuc w*n of TM STArt Of NtVADA AuoutT 10. irt > N. issro RMffM H M9^wy MV9M tVwt 9^ tfW • 7tfi 4n •* JoM Iff OWMM I MkCylh •< tm* ff til Hm* mod* pii l ll.n H (Mn wapfofMcM0 I] it n fiiht*l ftm fiMk wtfn W IW ttaM • Mnmi: Oimiutf i •b • < • frm • Mii4tr y M H < Mwft* •• • ^w*** l*ratd trilhin (^ NW • tnr, Utxtn ]]. r m. an. M.D 11 M M • • fmttt fr*m w^iA tK SW Mmvr •* ••4 SMMMI Jl. hMn $ ) • > r ir W • tfifMon •( 43M SI tMI. WMr will k *•* Dm • fin) rfclicMx A^ IS. It7| OM • >• ^MMH.t^ •) II. If7| S>}. >. S** S. 11. t7| I iw rm noMTM JUMCIAI WJTIICI coufr Of TMI STAfI 0 NIVAOA IN AND fO TMI COUNTY Of CUklK flUO AUC )0 4:40fM 71 lOWTTA lOWMAN cun •T tMHMA f ADMA In Mw MstWf •< rw fvtIHM • UNOA OATU HHOwm. M o tt-Kf, d NM NOTKI NOTKI IS NIMlr 04VCN TMAT • Av,Ml )0<>, lrt. 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AltinOOa^ N..VN Aina fwANa oOMPAfn, a i fOatST 0 tTfOlT. n. n nAii Of NtvAa* iiNOt oaHiMoi TO n* *aOVI NAMIO OOTNOANT Tati Kara kaiati iwmmaaad and ma MM Cwnftaia* ailMli It KarawMi wrvarf ufaa yav. wiiMa 10 4ayt mhf larvtca al lW< Summam ypti yaa. a aduiiaa af Mw 4aY a wnNa M ym M la 4a ta, MrwM ky Mawtt vW ba lakan atiM< yav Iv HM Tkti n aa acMaa >ii|M ky flaliili W aaMfif at aaa ha max Wly laan la *• UNinA lOMUN, OaAafCMXt tf Hmtf WASNtNOTON Dar>fyCM (OitnicT coufT tun MTI: Ally MMi 1*71 N • Saft S. II. If, M, 1*71 TO AMOMun m fuauc WAINS of TM STAII Of NIV*aiA AUO II, IfTt laaiiiiiiai Na. )sei NaMa It Kan^ |Naa MM m MM 10* tfay a< My 1*71, Ba.W CatmatM i>4 IWtaid I Owar Ut • *• itim rf Nay4a ntaMa ipplliilli ta MM MM* IMftnaar a Naa4a far fanaMaa la appM^ liata 0.01 a< MM paWk oaMM af MM ttaW alNa i a^a.Wia n taiiltMW u y*!^"' — undmfvoi taufta at a ^M Iaaa4 wtMila HM SI'. M'. SaMiaa 11. T IIS. • ill. M. a I *M a> at a paM Inm t PIIMISSION TO AfftOfllATI TMt fUfUC WATltS Of TM STAH Of NfVAOA AUC II. 1*71 Mtatttii Na ISSIO Nattta it hanky fivax Miai aa Ma SMi 4ayaf Jvna l'i. OaarytS itkartt af Ut Vatat Vata al Nav.aa m,4t a^iaatw* la MM S(a)a lafinaai t> Hm4 fa* p—mitaiaa la aaffayngia OOS tacaad faa* W MM puWk waMn al MM Slata al Niia4i OtvaftMfi It M ba m m 69 Iram aa ttn4*tNfV. tWVt tatiiaa 10, T lit. i All, MOI.aA.a'alaiiiillnniW>nNaM lariMt a< MM SW<. W iat 10 Uan wi< mvnKi. pal ywiyatat Itam Jawaaty 11* *a Dacamka* lilt al aa Data tl hn> puWkallan Sapl S. I7| Data al latl pvblkaHafl Oct 3. 1*71 SI9IM4 ID iatand 0 Wtttaaid Slata litfHiaat HSsf) S. II. I*. 1*. Olt 1. I7t IN TM IIOMTM AinKIAl DISrtIO COUiT Of TM STATI Of NfVADA, IN AND fOf TM COUNTT Of OAK Na D4*l* CAIOl ANN MAISMAU. ftwntiM OMUS OOf U MAiSNALL. SUMMONS TM STATI Of MVAOA SINOS OIHTMCS TM TM AtOVI NAMO DlflNOANT T9v S^V ^9^w^^ •fp'^"*9"WO 9^9 ^9^Vtifw9 t tarva .pa" '**>•> I OUISMAN pMaNfft attamay. a^Mia a4*a n it US SaaMi Tkira Si Svilt 14, Ut Vafat. Naiaitin| katwaan yaa ai>4 MM flamttfl LonnAioyvMAN CMOfCatHt ky Aflana Vt4ai OapatyOaA (OKTitO COUtT tIAl) 0AT1 A,MI 4, 1*71 N • tap! i. II. If, It. Itri NINOftSON UOAl lanm-1 M TM MMm MOKUl DISTtKI COMT Of n HAH Of NfVADA. W ANO fOt TM COUNTT Of CLAIi Na 01137 ANOIIS OUSTAVO MINANDIZ AlVAIU. vt IIIA flANClSCA UIAMA. TM STATI Of NfVADA SfNOS OtMTTNOS TO TM AtOVI NAMfO DfflNOANT Taa an kaiat) wmmana4 ana um iaf la latva apan lOWAlP WIN S U M (14 plalailfri attanMy, af m i 144 i m N 10S Ui Vat tM t. Ui Vafat, N n 4i If 10* aa anraat la 4M Clii^lllal Mlk kawiMi •ana4 upan yaw, vNMn M 4ayi aNw MnNa af Mat twnMm upan yaa. aulvNaa a MM 4ay *l larnM If ywi M la 4a M. )i4|aiiiii ky i takan afaimi yaw 1*1 MM lal Tkn artiaa n kMwi^ N MMaat a Mr aMM 4lMlila| MM kan4t af aMINuMWy raianMii a^Miaif kaiwaaa yaa aN4 iNa iOtiTTA lommjk M OattafCMM tytunteowe (OltTWCT COUIT MMi OATI *aal H, IfTI M-i(f s. liif.KOM 1. itra Twotdoy Soffombof S, 1971 hi910 il •ms For our 10th Anniversary Sale The Original Playpen* by Selig... Copied but never equaled. UST CHANCE AT THESE PRICES-ORDERS BEING TAKEN ON REMAINING STOCK OF OUR LAST CARLOAD. ^ • n y B Q NOW 1199 InfiDhciy Variable..^ Limited only by ImagiiMtion RKG.UOS NOW $125 NOW 1225 m 3-Easy Pieces Gentlemen, be seated. Settle in Selif't mo'^,0Kaf'\^.S BRAND NEW 1978 WAGON I 12 3 Litre overhead cam 4 cyl feng aulomalic. air conditionling, deluxe bumper group, .power front disc brakes, tinted fclass, bodyside moldings, AM "radio, wheel covers, flipper side windows, fold down rear seat, cloth & vinyl bucket seats. No 9315. M466 / OR LEASE 36 month open end lease OAC Down payment $137 09 Capitalized cost 65C Total ol payments S4935 24 Depreciation S3300 Residual Value $2350 Otiiciai lees and taxes $408 48 Custorner responsible lor residual at end of lease Lessee election to terminate subiect lo applicable charges Based on 15 000 miles ptr year No 8795 $ >45 OR LEASE 36 month open end lease OAC Down paymtnt $141 29 Capitalized cost $5775 Total of payments $5086 44 Depreciation $3425 Residual Value S2350 Oflicial lets and taxes $440 13. Customer responsible lor resid'jal al end ol lease Lessee elKtion to ltrmir\aie $ijb;ect to applicable charges Based on 15 000 miles pt< year No 9747. $ OR LEASE 36 month open end lease OAC Down payment $137 54 Capitalized cost $5850 Total ol payments $4951 *4 DepiKiaiion $3250 Residual Value $2600 Official lets and taes $438 60 Customer responsible lor residual at end of lease Lessee election to terminate subftct to applicable charges Based on 15.000 milts ptr year. No 9926. $ 89 (^^^ TRUCKS OR LEASE 36 month open end lease OAC Down payment $123 58 Capitalized cost ^8O0 Total ol payments $4448 88 Depreciation $3050 Residual Value $1750 Official fees and taxes $377 58 Customtr responsible lor residual at end ol lease Lessee election to terminate suDiect to applicable charges Based on 15 000 miles per year No 8057 $ 140 NEVADA'S "OFFICIAL" TRUCK HEADQUARTERS 1971 FORD COURIER ECONOMY PICKUP 1800 Ct ng. virtabie ratio steering brijht iront bumper, 6 ft box 4 spttd trans, tinted glass. WSW tiru. No 9m. 3999 1978 FORD F-250 CUSTOM PICKUP Cuilom styltside 300 CID 6 cyl trig knm<) vinyl tl, gauges automatic Irans. powtr sittring, whl lip mouldingsvinyl insert] moulding. AIR. radio, tinted gitss. tux luel tank, step bumper, |S) 8 00x16.5 8 ply tires. No 9S40 FRIENDLY ED SEZ: HEAD FOR THE THE LAST OF THE 78s ARE 60iN6I...GOIN6l...60NEI SAVE HUNDREDS Fist. Frimdiy on thi Spot FINANCINGII 79 PRICES WILL BE HI6HERII YOUR MONEY DIFFERENCE ANO MONTHLY PAYMENTS HAVE GOT TO BE LOWER NOW!! YOUR TRADE IS WORTH MORE NOW THAN IT WILL EVER BEII FRIENDLY FORD'S DETERMINATION TO BE THE LARGEST VOLUME FORD DEALER IN THE WEST... WILL MAKE YOUR DULIf wm OR LEASE 36 month open end lease OAC Down paymem $135 01 Capitalized cost fc/OO Total of payments $4860 36 Depreciation $3200 Residual Value $2500 Official lees and taxes $429 42 Customer lesponsibie lor residual at end of lease Lessee election to terminate subject to applicable charges Based on 15.000 miles per year No 9626 $ 144 i. OR LEASE 36 month open end lease OAC DownjL payment $124 85 Capitalized cost |l S4950 Tolal of payments $4494 60 I Depieciation $3050 Residi;ai Value |V $1900 Official lets and taxesP $385 32 Cusiomtf responsible forlK residual at end ol lease Lessee 15, election to terminate suOfect toK applicable charges Based on ^\ 15 000 miles per year No 9315 $ 163 ^ v/'^,^^ Srf-'l^^S* 78 DEMONS TRATOR CLEARANCE "SPORT" %jk 4 ee SPECIAL PRICE*4 I DO '4666 1978 FIESTA "SPORT" No. MN. 1978 FAIRMONT 2DR N0.I7M SPECIAL PRICE 1978 QRANADA 4DR Full poww. No. SMS. SPECIAL^PRICE^5966 1978 LTD LANDAU Full powtr. No. 1047. SPECIAL PRICE^6986 IT'S ALL GOING ON NOW IN FRIENDLY FORD COUNTRY!! TS"" ANNIVERSARY Aa VEHtCLES SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE • PRICES DO NOT INCLUDE NEV. SAL'ES TAX. "NIVADA't I.ABOIST VOLUMI ^ggg^ MALIIIf" No -71FMO XOURIEr4 cyl. 4 spttd. LOW Miitage R77JT WAItMMWW Htti n IQCUIIT MAIIOUIS'4M HT V8. automatic, powtr uttrlng t bralits. AIR irmyt lop. Tine Traftiporta•on No 9563A _lAlJimJBLl -77 HM ITI r 4N vt, automatic, powtr brakes AlA. radio "9 WAt JHM iWT IBI 71 oooiE 'UFO' m V8. automanc. powtr tiNhng t brikts. mag oUttls. sun roof. AM radio. AIR. "Span' No 979Se WAliOWWTMI 75 DOOtt -TMIIMM lOT 6. powtr stetrmg. tuttmatic. AIR. AM radio H^ lof Trie*" No 910SAT ijUrd CLOSED LABOR DAY Kn Tf MSTEM MM ICTVEEI UFHSSIMT IN NttMMTM 666 N. DECATUR PHONE 870-7221 cn^tu-yTH i'^S "W^ 1^ IM-KiM M MOMIT Nm UTVIMT $' % WO 71 rmio "iT" 4N HT, V8 automatic, power stterlng. power brakes. AIR wire wnttis. vmyt top. auise control, tiN w^eel. powtr windows, power sttts Dowtr door locks, AMfM tttreo No R763 JEALMMLMIIJUu I -74 KMTUC liMAIir IV6N V8 automatic, power stttrmg. power brakes. AIR. tilt wtitel AM radio. luoMoe -71FOM -MAN TDMir 4N VI. automatic, powtr sitirtng. oowtr brakts. AIR, vinyi lop. AM radio. 'fWftct Ridt". No Vnik WAS jMM Nwr ai $^ rack WSW Small &( WAS mOS WHT I No 97 $^ AftAIN. JttMDIRaTS A FRIENDLY FORD DEALT USE!. CARS .1 ($iu TN( lur inioi($iL( TW ST' 72 VW VMOR -4114 cyl. 4 spttd. AIR. AM radio. "Small % Econorwcal' No 9491A wA>itmMtTiai $ $' 71CNEVT-U CAMN" ClAiSK VI, automatic, powtr stttrmg t brakts. AIR, WSW "Nict • No 9429AT JCALMttLHDJU -74 MTtUN "FU W/CAiFH 4 cyt. automatic^ AIR. WSW Rtady lor Fun No 9ei3At '3996 $' '74 FMO -MM TOMN anr m HT. Vt. automatic, powtr jtttring & brikts, AIR. AM radto. vmyt top, wiri wtMtH Onvt II" No tl7dA. 3hDamMmMk -71 N0K "FU 1004X4 VI. automatic, powtr stttring. powtr brakts^ AM radio "Power Plant No 7150At •77 am "unrFU W/SMI. 4 syl 4 spttd. AM/fM sttrto radio No ^AT wAt Hm wtT ,m $1 $' -74 FITMOUTN -ttTRilTrWM VI. automatic, powtr ttttnng t braiw. AM radio. AW. cruiM control, lunagt rack No tOtU. WAtBfttlltTm $' '77 FOM lAVUMX" 4M 6 cyt automatic.powtr sittring & brakts. AIR AM radio MustDrivt .No yAtHlffWWTWL PJM1 $' -77 FONT -I^ENTMA" 2N HT V. automatic, powtr slttnng^powtr brakts AIR. AM radio, WSW. "'Sharp". No P3197 WAf tHW i^HT i KKMY 77 vt brakes. AIR. WSW WIVES No P3145 WAtHWHWTl 4M automatic powtr sttenna aowtr $i '77 FOKTIAC -IWKk AH T-TOF vt. automatic, powtr sitrmg powtr brakes Truly Sptn Car No 94HA $1 7S DOOM -tOMCr WM VI. automalK. powtr sttrino. brakts. lugoagt rack. Famty h •762A 7s OIK -tiTUtt wmm KT. VI. automatic. MMi tMtnng. power brakes, ymy l top, iUR till wt totl.M l>ffl< pJlS3. -75 PMTO -tQ WAMN" 4 cyl automatic, AIR luggage rack, WSW Low Price" No 93"A WAS mw • MT KU 77 FOM -MAVEMCK" -7t mcx -sxruuK2N V6. automatic, power steering, powtr brakes. AM radio. 'Grtat Ridt' No. 8979A WffHWTWi $' -77 FOM "PINTO WM 4 cyl. automatic, AIR. AM radio. Kjggage Cl rack No 9t61A ^^ *tvACMMMtrmi M$l 1 $tMPt( Of out M;;SE IHVCNTOIT' -77 FOM -LTD ir 40R V8 automatic, power stetrmg powtr brakes. AIR. AM radio. WSW 'Peried" No P3?05 w_Af M1W VT fl i '4792 -77 "TIIUWOMMm V8 automatic, powv stttrmg. poMr brakts. AM radw. WSW "Rtal Sharp No P3200 wAtiiwiitTm -74 MUM -104'* Rotary eng. 4 spttd. AM/FM sttrto. rallyt wWs No 8H2A JtAUtSUHQJBl -75 FIT -FONT m NT. Vt. automatic, powtr stterlng I brakts. AIR. vmyt top. AM radio. "Sharp". No 933M wi^LBfifLMDJU$1 $' '77 FOM 6IUNA0A 4M VB. automatic, powei stefing, poww brakes, yinyt top Runs Grtat No P3129 WAf HW WWTIBL 77 FOM -MAVEWCX'^^ 4M 6 cyl automatic, powtr jtetring power brakes vinyl top AlR. AM raOK) WSW LOW Mileage No P3164 wAi I4JS wwr ki $' -74 CHEVT "CIO" FU VB. automatic *M radio. HOP bumper • Clean No 9610AT tAS t41N WfT lai '3489 •77 "DATWNFU 4 cvi 4 speed. AM/FM stereo "Lighi Duty Pvi No 9052AT ^ WAS Mm wtT m '4192

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I HtndtrMn Hom St. Rose de Lima Hospital Births August 29 Boy to Mr. Land Mrs. Gene Watson. Las Vegas Boy to Mr and Mrs. ii Richard Collins. Las Vetjas September2BoytoMr. and Mrs. Gyland 0. Taylor. Henderson Girl to Mr. and Mrs. Terril Watson. Henderson September 4 Girl to Mr. and Mrs. WUIiam A. Jean. Bdulder City. Elect • 27 years solid law experience • Alternate master presiOmg over child support enforcement cases m District Court • Former chief counsel to Nevada State Welfare Division • Former law clerk to Federal Judge Roger Foley • Admitted to Nevada Bar 1971 • Admitted to New York Bar 1951 •'^iJiTHE QUALIFIED CANDIDATE Pd Political Ad • Romaneiii lor Judge Commmee • Neil Slocum Chairman YOU CAN READ THIS BUT 10,000 ADUITS IN TH{ US VIGAS AKA UNNOT ACCOMHNG TO THE 1970 CENSUS. THEY CANNOT • Fill out job application forms • Read newspapers • Write letters • Read warning labels on bottles and cans • Understand messages from school concerning their children • Read street and freeway signs BE A VOLUNTEER TUTOR! ENROLL NOW FOR TUTOR TRAINING WORKSHOP LAUBACH MnHOO "EACH ONE — TEACH ONE" TEACHING THE ENGLISH SPEAKING TO READ AND WRITE SEPT. 11, 12, 43, M 9:0012:00 a.m. CIVIC CENTER, RM. 33 HENDERSON Registration Fee „ $5.00 (Due prior to beginning of class) CL.\RK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE ADULT EDUC.ATn5S; PROGR.\M will provide all books and materials FREE for Adult tutors and students. FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL: Evelyn Tingley 735-4524 Betty Scott (CCCC) 565-6945 (Plase detach and return toGnfTith Lnited Melhoditt Church) 1701 E Oakev Blvd. Las Vegas. Nev S9104 I TUTOR TRAINING WORKSHOP I n^^E I ADDRESS I TEL NO Z'P -•••• j I REr.lSTKATIOS | I ORDER •# I I Make checks or mtMi?y orders payable to SOLTHERNj I NEVADA LITERACY COUNCIL, at above address I J v> ^-V\.-.vxv <. ( UGALNOTKE Nonci Of *mMunoN PM mtMHOM to AmONUn TM MNUC WAIHt Of TMI n*1l or NIVAM MMun 10. in t,tilkmt n. C fany NNHM M4 tiwwiC NaNwn • Ut MfM MM* •( NM^I M* ippllMMwi M *• kW* litrtMOOlt < h iiWt>wii H i nn iii tf !•*• S^c^ If N^rvva DtvwniiA H !• M rnW* ffni Ml tmdtr ^n ynd MWC* M • tmM IMM^ MIM HM IWVI SW< %t NM M. T 2 1*11. M.01 t M. • •• ^M tpwn •lWt lM tf i4hMnt irir4r mat <•> ^mii wmiWinl ^aiyi m htm iMMWy IM OMMlkw 11M • Mck DMI tm tl pMimttm if II. If71 •Mat. II n M, im I. 11 If'i Nona 0/ AffUCATtc % fOI fHMKttOM TO Afftoftun TMf >uiuc w*n of TM STArt Of NtVADA AuoutT 10. irt > N. issro RMffM H M9^wy MV9M tVwt 9^ tfW • 7tfi 4n •* JoM Iff OWMM I MkCylh •< tm* ff til Hm* mod* pii l ll.n H (Mn wapfofMcM0 I] it n fiiht*l ftm fiMk wtfn W IW ttaM • Mnmi: Oimiutf i •b • < • frm • Mii4tr y M H < Mwft* •• • ^w*** l*ratd trilhin (^ NW • tnr, Utxtn ]]. r m. an. M.D 11 M M • • fmttt fr*m w^iA tK SW Mmvr •* ••4 SMMMI Jl. hMn $ ) • > r ir W • tfifMon •( 43M SI tMI. WMr will k *•* Dm • fin) rfclicMx A^ IS. It7| OM • >• ^MMH.t^ •) II. If7| S>}. >. S** S. 11. t7| I iw rm noMTM JUMCIAI WJTIICI coufr Of TMI STAfI 0 NIVAOA IN AND fO TMI COUNTY Of CUklK flUO AUC )0 4:40fM 71 lOWTTA lOWMAN cun •T tMHMA f ADMA In Mw MstWf •< rw fvtIHM • UNOA OATU HHOwm. M o tt-Kf, d NM NOTKI NOTKI IS NIMlr 04VCN TMAT • Av,Ml )0<>, lrt. UNOA OATH HMOWtn HM lA lM llfMi JuaiCMl OiitnO CwM d tM SlM •( N*a. m na Iw Hw C*vnty •< ClaA. < fWitwn tw Chttf • Nr ).. imOA OATH MKOWITZ •• iAMN uNSrui (•I Honal D Ow^ lAUMt 0 OUNO ArtvnMT *•* Nf1t**n KI I CMn AM SUM 110] HIOI M..Sf> S. II. I,M, Iff* •N TM KONTN AKNOAl WSTIKT COUtT Of TM STATI Of NtVAOA. IN ANO fOI TM couNTT Of cun N. D4in WMTII ATMMMIC SUMMONS TM HATI Of NWAM tIMOS MttDNOS TO TM AlOVIMAMIO OlftNOANT Tw m hMky wmmwW (fW K^utiW M MTV* !.< woHs. MONSfT, iraooMNT 1 m aaM U Amny (t U, f U l m Wfl ••MnilT. vtoM i rt riM l 713 SwA n>lr4 SHM<, N* I. U> V*t. y*w. wc l wtiwt W (^ air •* M^vta* H yow TtM MHOTI N > l|lll • *wl •* • • Mtn(l LOffTTA IOWMAN. Omfk W CMM If Cwl Mw. teywry CiMt (OKTIia COUtT MM) 0AT1 A4>tMi 1. l7t M-Avt <>. ". >f. >•• 1 <>. l7l NOTia Of AffUCATION fOI fHMISSION TO AfftOftlATI TMI rutUC WATIIS Of TM STATI Of NfVADA AUOUST 10. 1*71 A^Kaiw< N* ISSfO NMM It H*nhy |i> tfcx tn KM I'd 4r • Jly 1*71, Own* l>.,it mr^ Jort Wi •! Ui V*ta^ m4 ^KM*)i M )k SHM IntixM' •( 0 oil iMMid !••> ^wMk Mn •< W# MCW • • WfwaoB ^^PW^MA It ts BS m4< t*m an MMf>twd im al • MM IwaMd .lii" itM Nfv. Sr SMHI H.TlSS.IATt.MOt tl*.-1mpmm ham Mwllb*ili*4wMt. •• y vfHXt ••<" iattoary It) I* O*cm W i IIK dMcti raw 0a • Nni roMkatian Ao* IS. I7t Data a* laM pvWMatwn Uf) l>. 1*71 l<4 MAu, IS. U 1*. Sayl II. •• h< M
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AltinOOa^ N..VN Aina fwANa oOMPAfn, a i fOatST 0 tTfOlT. n. n nAii Of NtvAa* iiNOt oaHiMoi TO n* *aOVI NAMIO OOTNOANT Tati Kara kaiati iwmmaaad and ma MM Cwnftaia* ailMli It KarawMi wrvarf ufaa yav. wiiMa 10 4ayt mhf larvtca al lW< Summam ypti yaa. a aduiiaa af Mw 4aY a wnNa M ym M la 4a ta, MrwM ky Mawtt vW ba lakan atiM< yav Iv HM Tkti n aa acMaa >ii|M ky flaliili W aaMfif at aaa ha max Wly laan la *• UNinA lOMUN, OaAafCMXt tf Hmtf WASNtNOTON Dar>fyCM (OitnicT coufT tun MTI: Ally MMi 1*71 N • Saft S. II. If, M, 1*71 TO AMOMun m fuauc WAINS of TM STAII Of NIV*aiA AUO II, IfTt laaiiiiiiai Na. )sei NaMa It Kan^ |Naa MM m MM 10* tfay a< My 1*71, Ba.W CatmatM i>4 IWtaid I Owar Ut • *• itim rf Nay4a ntaMa ipplliilli ta MM MM* IMftnaar a Naa4a far fanaMaa la appM^ liata 0.01 a< MM paWk oaMM af MM ttaW alNa i a^a.Wia n taiiltMW u y*!^"' — undmfvoi taufta at a ^M Iaaa4 wtMila HM SI'. M'. SaMiaa 11. T IIS. • ill. M. a I *M a> at a paM Inm t PIIMISSION TO AfftOfllATI TMt fUfUC WATltS Of TM STAH Of NfVAOA AUC II. 1*71 Mtatttii Na ISSIO Nattta it hanky fivax Miai aa Ma SMi 4ayaf Jvna l'i. OaarytS itkartt af Ut Vatat Vata al Nav.aa m,4t a^iaatw* la MM S(a)a lafinaai t> Hm4 fa* p—mitaiaa la aaffayngia OOS tacaad faa* W MM puWk waMn al MM Slata al Niia4i OtvaftMfi It M ba m m 69 Iram aa ttn4*tNfV. tWVt tatiiaa 10, T lit. i All, MOI.aA.a'alaiiiillnniW>nNaM lariMt a< MM SW<. W iat 10 Uan wi< mvnKi. pal ywiyatat Itam Jawaaty 11* *a Dacamka* lilt al aa Data tl hn> puWkallan Sapl S. I7| Data al latl pvblkaHafl Oct 3. 1*71 SI9IM4 ID iatand 0 Wtttaaid Slata litfHiaat HSsf) S. II. I*. 1*. Olt 1. I7t IN TM IIOMTM AinKIAl DISrtIO COUiT Of TM STATI Of NfVADA, IN AND fOf TM COUNTT Of OAK Na D4*l* CAIOl ANN MAISMAU. ftwntiM OMUS OOf U MAiSNALL. SUMMONS TM STATI Of MVAOA SINOS OIHTMCS TM TM AtOVI NAMO DlflNOANT T9v S^V ^9^w^^ •fp'^"*9"WO 9^9 ^9^Vtifw9 t tarva .pa" '**>•> I OUISMAN pMaNfft attamay. a^Mia a4*a n it US SaaMi Tkira Si Svilt 14, Ut Vafat. Naiaitin| katwaan yaa ai>4 MM flamttfl LonnAioyvMAN CMOfCatHt ky Aflana Vt4ai OapatyOaA (OKTitO COUtT tIAl) 0AT1 A,MI 4, 1*71 N • tap! i. II. If, It. Itri NINOftSON UOAl lanm-1 M TM MMm MOKUl DISTtKI COMT Of n HAH Of NfVADA. W ANO fOt TM COUNTT Of CLAIi Na 01137 ANOIIS OUSTAVO MINANDIZ AlVAIU. vt IIIA flANClSCA UIAMA. TM STATI Of NfVADA SfNOS OtMTTNOS TO TM AtOVI NAMfO DfflNOANT Taa an kaiat) wmmana4 ana um iaf la latva apan lOWAlP WIN S U M (14 plalailfri attanMy, af m i 144 i m N 10S Ui Vat tM t. Ui Vafat, N n 4i If 10* aa anraat la 4M Clii^lllal Mlk kawiMi •ana4 upan yaw, vNMn M 4ayi aNw MnNa af Mat twnMm upan yaa. aulvNaa a MM 4ay *l larnM If ywi M la 4a M. )i4|aiiiii ky i takan afaimi yaw 1*1 MM lal Tkn artiaa n kMwi^ N MMaat a Mr aMM 4lMlila| MM kan4t af aMINuMWy raianMii a^Miaif kaiwaaa yaa aN4 iNa iOtiTTA lommjk M OattafCMM tytunteowe (OltTWCT COUIT MMi OATI *aal H, IfTI M-i(f s. liif.KOM 1. itra Twotdoy Soffombof S, 1971 hi910 il •ms For our 10th Anniversary Sale The Original Playpen* by Selig... Copied but never equaled. UST CHANCE AT THESE PRICES-ORDERS BEING TAKEN ON REMAINING STOCK OF OUR LAST CARLOAD. ^ • n y B Q NOW 1199 InfiDhciy Variable..^ Limited only by ImagiiMtion RKG.UOS NOW $125 NOW 1225 m 3-Easy Pieces Gentlemen, be seated. Settle in Selif't mo'^,0Kaf'\^.S BRAND NEW 1978 WAGON I 12 3 Litre overhead cam 4 cyl feng aulomalic. air conditionling, deluxe bumper group, .power front disc brakes, tinted fclass, bodyside moldings, AM "radio, wheel covers, flipper side windows, fold down rear seat, cloth & vinyl bucket seats. No 9315. M466 / OR LEASE 36 month open end lease OAC Down payment $137 09 Capitalized cost 65C Total ol payments S4935 24 Depreciation S3300 Residual Value $2350 Otiiciai lees and taxes $408 48 Custorner responsible lor residual at end of lease Lessee election to terminate subiect lo applicable charges Based on 15 000 miles ptr year No 8795 $ >45 OR LEASE 36 month open end lease OAC Down paymtnt $141 29 Capitalized cost $5775 Total of payments $5086 44 Depreciation $3425 Residual Value S2350 Oflicial lets and taxes $440 13. Customer responsible lor resid'jal al end ol lease Lessee elKtion to ltrmir\aie $ijb;ect to applicable charges Based on 15 000 miles pt< year No 9747. $ OR LEASE 36 month open end lease OAC Down payment $137 54 Capitalized cost $5850 Total ol payments $4951 *4 DepiKiaiion $3250 Residual Value $2600 Official lets and taes $438 60 Customer responsible lor residual at end of lease Lessee election to terminate subftct to applicable charges Based on 15.000 milts ptr year. No 9926. $ 89 (^^^ TRUCKS OR LEASE 36 month open end lease OAC Down payment $123 58 Capitalized cost ^8O0 Total ol payments $4448 88 Depreciation $3050 Residual Value $1750 Official fees and taxes $377 58 Customtr responsible lor residual at end ol lease Lessee election to terminate suDiect to applicable charges Based on 15 000 miles per year No 8057 $ 140 NEVADA'S "OFFICIAL" TRUCK HEADQUARTERS 1971 FORD COURIER ECONOMY PICKUP 1800 Ct ng. virtabie ratio steering brijht iront bumper, 6 ft box 4 spttd trans, tinted glass. WSW tiru. No 9m. 3999 1978 FORD F-250 CUSTOM PICKUP Cuilom styltside 300 CID 6 cyl trig knm<) vinyl tl, gauges automatic Irans. powtr sittring, whl lip mouldingsvinyl insert] moulding. AIR. radio, tinted gitss. tux luel tank, step bumper, |S) 8 00x16.5 8 ply tires. No 9S40 FRIENDLY ED SEZ: HEAD FOR THE THE LAST OF THE 78s ARE 60iN6I...GOIN6l...60NEI SAVE HUNDREDS Fist. Frimdiy on thi Spot FINANCINGII 79 PRICES WILL BE HI6HERII YOUR MONEY DIFFERENCE ANO MONTHLY PAYMENTS HAVE GOT TO BE LOWER NOW!! YOUR TRADE IS WORTH MORE NOW THAN IT WILL EVER BEII FRIENDLY FORD'S DETERMINATION TO BE THE LARGEST VOLUME FORD DEALER IN THE WEST... WILL MAKE YOUR DULIf wm OR LEASE 36 month open end lease OAC Down paymem $135 01 Capitalized cost fc/OO Total of payments $4860 36 Depreciation $3200 Residual Value $2500 Official lees and taxes $429 42 Customer lesponsibie lor residual at end of lease Lessee election to terminate subject to applicable charges Based on 15.000 miles per year No 9626 $ 144 i. OR LEASE 36 month open end lease OAC DownjL payment $124 85 Capitalized cost |l S4950 Tolal of payments $4494 60 I Depieciation $3050 Residi;ai Value |V $1900 Official lets and taxesP $385 32 Cusiomtf responsible forlK residual at end ol lease Lessee 15, election to terminate suOfect toK applicable charges Based on ^\ 15 000 miles per year No 9315 $ 163 ^ v/'^,^^ Srf-'l^^S* 78 DEMONS TRATOR CLEARANCE "SPORT" %jk 4 ee SPECIAL PRICE*4 I DO '4666 1978 FIESTA "SPORT" No. MN. 1978 FAIRMONT 2DR N0.I7M SPECIAL PRICE 1978 QRANADA 4DR Full poww. No. SMS. SPECIAL^PRICE^5966 1978 LTD LANDAU Full powtr. No. 1047. SPECIAL PRICE^6986 IT'S ALL GOING ON NOW IN FRIENDLY FORD COUNTRY!! TS"" ANNIVERSARY Aa VEHtCLES SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE • PRICES DO NOT INCLUDE NEV. SAL'ES TAX. "NIVADA't I.ABOIST VOLUMI ^ggg^ MALIIIf" No -71FMO XOURIEr4 cyl. 4 spttd. LOW Miitage R77JT WAItMMWW Htti n IQCUIIT MAIIOUIS'4M HT V8. automatic, powtr uttrlng t bralits. AIR irmyt lop. Tine Traftiporta•on No 9563A _lAlJimJBLl -77 HM ITI r 4N vt, automatic, powtr brakes AlA. radio "9 WAt JHM iWT IBI 71 oooiE 'UFO' m V8. automanc. powtr tiNhng t brikts. mag oUttls. sun roof. AM radio. AIR. "Span' No 979Se WAliOWWTMI 75 DOOtt -TMIIMM lOT 6. powtr stetrmg. tuttmatic. AIR. AM radio H^ lof Trie*" No 910SAT ijUrd CLOSED LABOR DAY Kn Tf MSTEM MM ICTVEEI UFHSSIMT IN NttMMTM 666 N. DECATUR PHONE 870-7221 cn^tu-yTH i'^S "W^ 1^ IM-KiM M MOMIT Nm UTVIMT $' % WO 71 rmio "iT" 4N HT, V8 automatic, power stterlng. power brakes. AIR wire wnttis. vmyt top. auise control, tiN w^eel. powtr windows, power sttts Dowtr door locks, AMfM tttreo No R763 JEALMMLMIIJUu I -74 KMTUC liMAIir IV6N V8 automatic, power stttrmg. power brakes. AIR. tilt wtitel AM radio. luoMoe -71FOM -MAN TDMir 4N VI. automatic, powtr sitirtng. oowtr brakts. AIR, vinyi lop. AM radio. 'fWftct Ridt". No Vnik WAS jMM Nwr ai $^ rack WSW Small &( WAS mOS WHT I No 97 $^ AftAIN. JttMDIRaTS A FRIENDLY FORD DEALT USE!. CARS .1 ($iu TN( lur inioi($iL( TW ST' 72 VW VMOR -4114 cyl. 4 spttd. AIR. AM radio. "Small % Econorwcal' No 9491A wA>itmMtTiai $ $' 71CNEVT-U CAMN" ClAiSK VI, automatic, powtr stttrmg t brakts. AIR, WSW "Nict • No 9429AT JCALMttLHDJU -74 MTtUN "FU W/CAiFH 4 cyt. automatic^ AIR. WSW Rtady lor Fun No 9ei3At '3996 $' '74 FMO -MM TOMN anr m HT. Vt. automatic, powtr jtttring & brikts, AIR. AM radto. vmyt top, wiri wtMtH Onvt II" No tl7dA. 3hDamMmMk -71 N0K "FU 1004X4 VI. automatic, powtr stttring. powtr brakts^ AM radio "Power Plant No 7150At •77 am "unrFU W/SMI. 4 syl 4 spttd. AM/fM sttrto radio No ^AT wAt Hm wtT ,m $1 $' -74 FITMOUTN -ttTRilTrWM VI. automatic, powtr ttttnng t braiw. AM radio. AW. cruiM control, lunagt rack No tOtU. WAtBfttlltTm $' '77 FOM lAVUMX" 4M 6 cyt automatic.powtr sittring & brakts. AIR AM radio MustDrivt .No yAtHlffWWTWL PJM1 $' -77 FONT -I^ENTMA" 2N HT V. automatic, powtr slttnng^powtr brakts AIR. AM radio, WSW. "'Sharp". No P3197 WAf tHW i^HT i KKMY 77 vt brakes. AIR. WSW WIVES No P3145 WAtHWHWTl 4M automatic powtr sttenna aowtr $i '77 FOKTIAC -IWKk AH T-TOF vt. automatic, powtr sitrmg powtr brakes Truly Sptn Car No 94HA $1 7S DOOM -tOMCr WM VI. automalK. powtr sttrino. brakts. lugoagt rack. Famty h •762A 7s OIK -tiTUtt wmm KT. VI. automatic. MMi tMtnng. power brakes, ymy l top, iUR till wt totl.M l>ffl< pJlS3. -75 PMTO -tQ WAMN" 4 cyl automatic, AIR luggage rack, WSW Low Price" No 93"A WAS mw • MT KU 77 FOM -MAVEMCK" -7t mcx -sxruuK2N V6. automatic, power steering, powtr brakes. AM radio. 'Grtat Ridt' No. 8979A WffHWTWi $' -77 FOM "PINTO WM 4 cyl. automatic, AIR. AM radio. Kjggage Cl rack No 9t61A ^^ *tvACMMMtrmi M$l 1 $tMPt( Of out M;;SE IHVCNTOIT' -77 FOM -LTD ir 40R V8 automatic, power stetrmg powtr brakes. AIR. AM radio. WSW 'Peried" No P3?05 w_Af M1W VT fl i '4792 -77 "TIIUWOMMm V8 automatic, powv stttrmg. poMr brakts. AM radw. WSW "Rtal Sharp No P3200 wAtiiwiitTm -74 MUM -104'* Rotary eng. 4 spttd. AM/FM sttrto. rallyt wWs No 8H2A JtAUtSUHQJBl -75 FIT -FONT m NT. Vt. automatic, powtr stterlng I brakts. AIR. vmyt top. AM radio. "Sharp". No 933M wi^LBfifLMDJU$1 $' '77 FOM 6IUNA0A 4M VB. automatic, powei stefing, poww brakes, yinyt top Runs Grtat No P3129 WAf HW WWTIBL 77 FOM -MAVEWCX'^^ 4M 6 cyl automatic, powtr jtetring power brakes vinyl top AlR. AM raOK) WSW LOW Mileage No P3164 wAi I4JS wwr ki $' -74 CHEVT "CIO" FU VB. automatic *M radio. HOP bumper • Clean No 9610AT tAS t41N WfT lai '3489 •77 "DATWNFU 4 cvi 4 speed. AM/FM stereo "Lighi Duty Pvi No 9052AT ^ WAS Mm wtT m '4192

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MtmJerwn Home Newt, HndrMn, Nevorfo ^^^ iMim-''ii III I I fagt12 Tweidoy Septtmbar S. tf7l Hw^rn HMM N^ft, HwMfonon, Nevodo ^09* 13 Tuet^y September 5, 197S 6.A."Ciiiie!|" SNOKI Licensed Real Estate-Broker HOMES OWNER TRANSFERRED" 4 bedrooms. 2 baths, well kept, double garafe, nice lot $62,300 LARGE SHADE TREES!' Encellent location Screened in recreation room Fenced Well landscaped 4 bedrooms. $77,500 00 NEW ON MANCHA 3 bedroom. 2 bath $72,900 each. MOBILE HOMES 2BEDRdeiM, 1 bath in Moore'sTrailerPsrli $3,725 00!' 24 X 401N GINGERWOOD 2 bedrooms, 2 baths $25,500 2 BEDROOM, $10,500" Refrigerated air total electric, adulu oply, in Moores Park Move in today 12 \ 64 BRO ADMORt.REFRlCERATED AIR 2J>edroom. .idults only, in M i M Park Immediate oeeu pancy $15,500 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS In Gingeruood $22,500 28 \ 60 SPUT LEVEL 1508 square feet liveable fireplace beautiful on lot. t \ IN GINGERWOOD 2 bedrooms. \dult> onK. 12 \ 60 Immediate occupancy Refrigerate.i air $15,900 BUSINESS OP^RTl'NITIES 3 CHAIR BARBERSHOP $2.45000 $850 DOWN $150 PER MONTH OFFICE OR BUSINESS LOC\TIONS \V\1L\BLE \T $200 PER MONTH ueAi.THE DOME ?f3-1613 ia3-M7 MLS (ew la ie Smit Hlfkviy "TW Otmt' nttU.. Sue Broadbeni Tom Friary 2831150 Lillian Collins Mei Dunaway 293^24,38 Nancv Murphy Shirley Phillips 293-2005 Ed Harvey G A -Curly' Smith 283 1598 293^ 12.'% 585-7951 283-3292 293-1937" TEDDV S KITCHENETTES Jul brinx your tooibbruth" n3l7U Tippetts Construction FREE ESTIM.ATES REMODELING PATIO COVERS ADDITIONS DeVan Tippetts lownen Lir No 13904 PH 565-0956 ELECTROLIX representine Boulder City and Hender son 293 3644 or 384 9726 ask for Jim Li-ensed k bonded. Electnral contract PORTER ELECTRIC 293^3838 DOES YOIR BATHROOM MARLITE NEED REPLAC ING^ Free Ettlmalet, TRAILERS FOR RENT BRAND NEW! 2 bedrooms, furnished Water & tra.sh paid Vitto Mobile Home Poffc 901 So Boulder H wy FREE FILM OR CASH DIS COUNT ON ALL FILMS, Printed aad developed at VAN'S NEVADA DRUG. •OULDERCITV, NV PUT YOUR BEST PACE forward with 1 rompllmeiitary MARY KAY FACIAL 3^44 B r. • '^'NICE CHANGE OF PACE is what you'll discover in this beautiful Lewis Home lo cated in Boulder City Home has 3 hdrm fireplace, a gorgeous fam room 4 a story book courtyard w rose garden It can all be yours for $87,990 (174) Realty Executives, 736 8551 Evenings 564^2765 FOR SALE 75 Datsun Pickup Just tuned up Good condi tion Good price Ph 569-8597 Hdn MUST SELL 72CHEV C \P RICE Gold. V 8-2 barrel Likt-new 4door Must drive to appreciate $1995 ur b-kt offer 564 1648 JEA W\NT ADDS LAS VEGAS ROCK SHOP 235 North East em. Stewart Square, lumb lers rock saws supplies jewelry making tools, mm erals hicks Hicks Hobbies Lapidary formerly on Mam Street FREE FILM OR CASH DISCOUNT ON ALL FILMS. Printed aod develeped at VANS NEVADA DRUG.. BOULDER CITY. W DO IT YOUR SELF AND SAVE Wrought iron fences, custom trailers and hitches. walk in repairs PTC Weld, ing 3390 Pinks Lane Las Vegas 733-8142 BRONCO OWNERS Khars has 1974 low mileage Bronco engine and automa tic transmission for sale Wil! install, will exchange 386-1941 SMITH CORONA 1979 2200 cartridge electric typewri ler. $299. regularly $1349 90 Wanted, used typewriters Vegas Typewriter Repair. 1601 East Sahara. "39 7329 New four drawer chest $24 99 Five drawer chest $.35 99 Student desk $39 Night stands $22 50 each JB Fur nilure Company 5920 Boul der Hwy East Las Vegas 491 1310 SCHOOL PROBLEMS with the kids" I ran help Call 878-7491 for free education consultation INTERESTED IN NUTRI TION" Manna Vita all natural food supplement company is hiring pr1 or full time excellent commissions Call 492 7102 f Mmsil ouitoo suss HINOHSON'S OLDEST REALTORS ._ VALLEY VIEW One of few homes in this area. Featuring four hedrooms and l\ baths. Separate laundry room and family room Refrigerated air and 2 storage sheds are among many amenities in this home Call for an appointment today. 565-8916. MOBILE HOME LOT Vacant lot in Trailer Estates. Don't miss this unusual opportunity to ow n your own mobile home lot 60x100 and only $18,000. PRICED TO SELL 3 bedroom, IS bath home with refrigerated air Carpeted and draped Only $39,500. DESIRABLE AREA 3 bedroom, 2 full baths and 2 cargange. Perfect for the ijrowing family Located in Highl .nd Hills in well maintained neighborhood. Six tout retaining wall in rear yard $49,500. GOOD BUY On this 4 bedroom, lU bath home. $38,500 Call to see today CLOSK TO TOWN -.3 bedroom. 1 hath home. Only • $,37,000. -^ •" • WOTHER HIGHLAND HILLS BEAUTY 4 bedrooms. 1 '4 baths Fcaturiniicentral refrigeration and .1 covered patio Situated in well kept neighborhood. $48,000 Call Morrcll Realty for an appointment to see this neat and clean home. COMMERCI \L LOT Located on Lake Mead Drive on route to the lake, \ppro\imately i;4 acre Zoned C-2 Perfect for small business adventure INVESTMENT PROPERTY 3.78 acres located on Lake Mead Drive in Sect 33 Zoned RR with 337 foot frontage on Lake Mead Drive. Call 565-8916 for more information SUPER \SSUMPTION On this 2 bedroom. 1 bath in E Las Vegas Very neat and clean. Call Morrell Realty for details on assuming and appointment to see. 5658916 VALLEY VIEW \RE\ Excellent assumption 3 bedroom, 2 bath home situated on a corner lot Wallpaper and new carpeting. Vers' ver\' clean. Priced at $40,000. • *" "Morrell Realty is a HousesoM Wor^' EVALYN MORRQi BROKK Sue Blair „ ^.., ,S5-8490 Peg Cole .'. 564 1754 Jim Jensen ., .".,... ,S5-9677 \i LeFrancois ...t,r, 564 2722 Barbara McNair 2934274 Milhe Potter !>65^)66;< 42 WATER ST. HENDERSON, NEVADA S6$-I9I6 Wanted Lady for part time ot fire work Must have experience Call Kelly Clasi, 451 9302 FOR RENT IN B C sparkling, brand new 1200 sq ft 2 bdrm townhnuse Fireplace, utility room, fenced yard, many extras No Pets. $375 a month Call 457-8994 FOR SALE \ rewarding ex perienre forvSr Ciliiens and others, on a volunteer ba'-is. teaching English '•peaking adults to read and write (See display ad else w here in this newspaper for time and place of instruction I For further info phone Betty Scott at the Community College 549-8945 or Evelyn Tingley at 739-4524 KITCHENETTES FOR RENT Weekly rates from $55 Nevada Inn, B C FOR RENT Private rooms with kitchen $20 k $29 per wk 293^1716 BC AVAILABLE NOW Spectacular view of Black Mtn k Las Vegas Near OCallaghan Park Quiet neighborhood New4bdrm. 3 bath. 2 story w-lots of upgrades Assumableloan No qualifying Owner flexible at $71,900 GREAT NEVADA PROPERTIES. CO Realtors Ph 389-1033 984 2878 eves 878 0110 ^V "TWe It we w teNiMle tm hf tii im t.' • DICK BUUR REALTY^KER 833 NEVADA HWY. 293-2171 or 293-3402 AFTER HOURS CALL Bob Blair 293-2049 Carl Cowan 293-1499 1^^ Andrea Anderson 293-2158 1^ Katie Cartlidge 293-2254 Michele Hess 293-3906 4 EXCELLENT LOCATION, close to schools, 3 bdrm.. 2 bath, large patio', fenced, range, carpel, drapes. ONLY $58,900 00. Assume good loan. SEE THIS 4 bdrm., 2 bath. 2 car garage, fertced, sprinklers, carpet, drapes, dishwasher, range. MOBILE ESTATE LOT, WITH Mobile Home, 2 bdrm., 2 bath, bar, fine view, SEE THIS. SMALL HOME. 1 bdrm, 1 bath, room to expand, has new plumbing k wiring, all insulated, ONLY $19,90000 BEAUTIFUL 4 bdrm 2 bath. irX34' Pool, covered patio, over 1.700 sq It. liveable, 2 car garage, block fence, WONT LAST LONG. LOVELY 3 bdrm., 2 bath. 2 car garage, auto sprinklers, screened patio, lots of parking. FINE BUY BUILT LIKE THE ROCK OF GIBRALTER, 5 bdrm 2 bath, new oven, fireplace,covered patio, fenced, sprinklers, MUST SEE TO APPRECIATE, CAN VOU BELIEVE, $*6,00000 THIS IS A BRICK HOME SEE US FOR BLDG LOTS. THEY ARE GOING FAST WE HAVE BUSINESS PROPERTIES FOR SALE, SOME IN CLUDE THE BVILDINGS, AS WELL AS BUSINESS!!!! NEW HOME UNDER CONSTRUCTION, 3 bdrm 2 bath SEE US for details NEAR LAKE MEAD, WE H AVE OTHER NEW HOMES EXECUTIVE HOME ON GOLF COURSE, 4 bdrm 2>i baths, slumpstone construction, spectacular fireplace, heated spa & pool. SEE THIS FINE RESIDENCE SEE US FOR INCOME PROPERTIES* MANVOTHER FINE HOMES PLUS ACREAGE LOTS • : faliily fnVovered patio, fenced, doae FINE 3 lo schools' BEAUTIFULVIEW.185acresonly$40.000 Ml underground utilities. L SEE US FOR COMMERCIAL 4 INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY Sinterity ond Intesrity i or spectolty. A* mm Bob Oken Realty & Insurance Inc.^ D ReaUor-MLS 6 Waler St., HeiuUnon MAiroi 564-1831 EXECUTIVE HOME WITH STUDY FOR DAD Beautiful Black Mountain Home with 4 Br. Plus Study and 1 and W baths over 2520 Sq Ft of living with room for the large family to grow on ^ acre of land, with a beautiful view of the entire Vegas Valley Carpel and Drapes throughout, dithwasher and lots of built-ins. Circle Drive. Call for appointment, pleaae. RANCH UVING Beautiful corner fireplace, ceramic tiled entry to 13 \ 28 elegant living room with custom drapes and upgraded carpeting throughout home. Large country style kitchen with family room adjacent Master bedroom is 19 \ 14 with spacious walk-in closets. LARGE TRAILER E!TATES LOT with established fhiit trees, completely fenced yard k storage sheds 12 X 80 Fleetwood Trailer included in low price of $28,000 LOW DOWN PAYMENT • 3 Bd)Wi.. 1 and 4 Bath, vacant with Immediate pof>ssioiftuQkld interest loan, lots of (•upboards. remodj^Viijin^en Nice patio with overhead for outdoor InCng Move in in time for School 5 ACRES ZONED FOR MINI STOR AGE Paved Streets, near Hwy Please Call for Details. DARLING TOWNHOUSE VACANTImmediate pos session Clean and neat, with good carpeting, drapes and ready for you: Only $23,558 Why Renf 4 BPRM. 1 \ND \ BATHS WITH COVERED PATIO, Carport, refngeration. Large Living Room with Dining L Low Price Includes refrigerator, range, washer and dryer, plus carpet and drapes 2 ACRES SECTION 27 BUY ALL OR 4 • 4 ACRE LOTS Will sell one lot for $9400 MISSION HILLS ZONED FOR HORSES Acreage $14,000. One Acre Lot with Utilities $14,800 A DREAM KITCHEN complete with built in Range^en • and Microwave Oven, custom cabinets, sel.inus flooring Vaulted ceilings, plush carpets, custom drapes. 3 bed rooms, I*, baths and a price .vou can easily afford Don t miss out on this one 4 BEDROOMS. 2 BATH HOME in desirable location Track 2 with private patio olTlarge master bedroom with much storage and many built ins. Lovely country kitchen with custom hand crafted cupboards Very nice and shown by .ippointment only. JEWNE \. OLSEV DEM\RCO. BROKER f • -• • • • • • • • NEIDTOSEU YOUR HOUSE? WE W1U BUY IT NOWl M 293-1613 G A. "Curly" SmitS, Inc. FOR SALE 14 X 98 Mobile home. 2 possible 3 bdrm awning, skirting, family sect of Boulder City Park, $13,500 Call 293-4344 BC l40 YEARS EXPERIENCE! ^TRIMMING AND REMOVINGJ JTREES Serving HendersonJ • area 293-2115 Country Tlm Dog Grooming AUMEfO • DOOICAT OROOMINO msumifs AVAHAMf SCKNa DOOKXW "Sr* NATURWAY NATURAL FOODS 293-1844 1311hNev Hw>, BC For complete nutritional needs. Ask us about our monthly sales PAINTER • interier. exterler, 11 yean ciperieDce. Per free esllmaU, cat! MMIH • MANX t MAMISf KITTINS • Mixio KiniNS • HktAtcmti • MIXW KKIAN KtrriNS •OHMU ERIE nCXUf t DHIVf RY 565-0139 1936 ^fkaen, Hendenoii (Located in Buck Board Feed & Tack Bldg) Country Time Dog Grooming would like to correct ad dress in Yellow Pages of the Phone book Correct address is Parkson Road, next to Buckboard Feed Tack. WANTED Full time dog groomer Ph 9890138 HELP WANTED Station at tendant Experienced Apply at Zikes Hdn Tex aco. Water k Lake Mead Hdn. FOR RENT adult or couple with baby New La Dolce Vita townhouse in B C 2 hdrm, IH bath, stove. refWg, D-W Carpied and draped No peU $425 497 7407 RETIREE desires to buy small 3-4 room modern home on small lot. to fix-up If necessary Reply P 0 Box 2441, Las Cruces, New Mexico 88001 L CLTON n CARRCTT KRE/ILTY MUST SELL older remodeled home 4 bdrm. I bath. Alum tiding 293-4522 DRIVER S LICENSE TESTS ruesday and Wednesday I 4S am lelZneon Ipmu4:l$piiirity aanex CIvIe Ceaier 2M Water Street ^ J)-, MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT 12 4 1 bdrm fura or unfura Head Trir Haven SStM CAW -TRUCK! STORACEI ALL TYPES M Rii mm ti m i BOAT BARNl 565-6966 MTNS BY DAY CITY BY NIGHT This home is loo beautiful to paai up Has cork k mirror tiles, flags tone Z bnck in dining area extra cabinets, automatic sprinklers Located in nice neighborhood Priced at $53,990 Call Really Execu lives. 736 8991 Evenings 984-2789 i204) SK A • • STARS Of TOMORROW ARE KING BORN TODAY AT DAN^.JHIATR| WIST MOTOR HOME 1975 Gypiy King, 20 ft, fully self contained, includes Onan generator, roof air, cruise control, awning. Excel cond $9.500 2 83-2158 BC FOR SALE • Boulder City Home On culdeiac 3 bdrm, 2 bath Has Everything For only $90,500 Covered patio Long back yard Good neighborhood. Close to Schools 8 yrs old Good construction Excel intula tion Beautiful Improve, menu MORE Call 293^1817 for appt WILL DO BABYSITTING in my home, 2 yrs and up Call 293 1734 BC. • ONEBIOCX ^From EVERYTHING' ^ Walk to stores, schools. 1^ churches, etc. Older 2 p H.BR home with den. X)" "EOlSTIt FOR PALI CUSSiS NOW. • *"-Tf Ac r eW k ondMlef Staffing •!• 2tii^ 293-3677 I — LADIES Want to $ a tw you"" More attractive but natural lookinR! Then let me, Keli, come to your h|me and show you how \ make up ^lettion. showing you how to look nice but natural Colors 4 high liKhti to brine the best of you out For more.in formation rail 565-9604 #$k for Keli MMMWMMHMM MMWWMMi BABYSmtR Mother with I child will do babysitting in my home. Have references call 2M4I0. after 4 BC "J screeid porch. Rar*r age Immed. occupancy. j^ Buy now for less than -.appraisal at only ^$37,500! X}* j^ KAT THE HEAT ^ 3 BR., 2 bath home with "16 x 30 pool plus spa. I^Good terms. Only J •i,$71.900! Xr w x^ ^ SPOtTINO OOOOS A 1^ Business in central lo^ ji cation, (treat opportun*' T ity at reasonable pri'-c. 1^ J • J mvAa u^ is assured with blocklV XJwall enclosed yard ![ ji Beautifully located 2 -^ BR home ready for oc-1^ Xfcupancy Attractive A 1^ terms avail. Priced nZ I ONLY $.38^00! ]^ J • ^ NIWIIWISNOMI ^ !I 3 BR. 2 bath, never 1^ ^ lived in. Priced righl at ^ U-Mijoa ^ J VWWOfCITY ^ X^Buildinx lots overlook ^ j^Boulder City and El T -.Dorado Valley Over 'a *f ^acre Prices beiin al i^ PUT IT IN THE Vk.KU \ I BoskRtdty Itoaltor 3 Army Stftt HcnosfMn ur:lilf:li^' FOR RESUUS UIMOUNIHOMI 3 BDRM., 2 BA, plus den 4 workroom • Large carport, super family •ome. 2 BDRM.. 1 BATH. Fenced vard. 300 Ft. \ 300 Ft Com merclally Zoned Lot on East Lake Mead Drive, Utilities Vailable t-z STORE & OFFICE BLDG. for Lease C-2 FENCED STOR\GE YARD with building for Lease EXTRA LARGE, neat4 clean, 4 Bdrm. 14 Bath plus 4 Bath Will HIRE TO HEW If there is any way we can assist you in the field of Real Estate, please don't hesitate to contact us at Basic Realty KEurs OUSS&MIRIOIcat* Complete Glass Servkei 5700 Boulder Highway 34 Hr Svice SM-2103 or 451-5153 ^itfSfe tfRkjae^9% tfK^ja;..tf3 IUj:9..tf3 tVC^JlO,^^ tfKWi BOULDER REALTY f m REALTORS MLS • elAitOB' For InfomMtien Call 293-3232 293-3300 } HeriMlen SmiHi, Learn to drive with Las Vegas School of Driving. Speclalixing In nervous 4 handicapped persons. All ages. Day A evening instruction. Free home pickup. 732-7864 VBCAI TVPEWaiTCB RITAIB-lltlE Sahara. Ue Vegai TM-tm. 0r idalty. aac^. rekUl ijrteevtlrr ftailafkctiM gmaraMMi. [E.XPERIENCED CARPENTER fast, work by the br. Framing, rooms, additions, fencing, etc. 293-17W B C. HOUSEKEEPER NEEDED 1 day weekly $4^lar. Call 984-S875 after 4 p m. Hdn FOR SALE Table Tennis Table $25 584-1779 Hdn FAST GROWING EXCLUSIVE AREA 3 bdrm 2 bath. Lovely home with a great see through fireplace. Large lot with room for R.V. Parking. NEAR NEW • 14' x 70' Mobile home with covered carport and patio, many appliances and furnishings included. Nice 10' x 10" storage shed and lots of shrubs. MOBILE HOME WITH LAND INCLUDt:i) 3 bdrm., 1 bath, woodburning fireplace. 3 storage sheds, and a lot more. FENCED YARD, very nicely kept Mobile home 2 bdrm, 2 bath, large kitchen. 2 car carport. PRICED RIGHT fully furnished. 2 bdrm.. 1 bath, expando in living room. GOLy COURSE AREA 3.414 Sq. Ft.. Custom Spanish tri-level. 4 Bedrooms. 2^4 baths. Familyroom. basement, private rear yardThis hom.'HASIT ALL!!! A REACH 4 STRETCH for this well-established S Bowling Alley. Great business opportunity. Call rf for specific details. TOWNHOUSE LIVING 3 bdrm., l\ bath. Beautiful with community pool & R.V. storage. PICTURE THIS..,. Immaculate 35' x 8' Park model Mobile Home, located in a quiet, tree shaded, adult Park. Has two 10' x 4" tip-out sections for added space and comfort. Perfect for the retiree. FANTASTIC! Attractive, well kept. Commercial Professional property in downtown area Ideal location for professional offices. SIT BACIl8n#^i^ tfciew. Lovely lot overlooking Lake Meid ^ M mm n s sstricted view Sorensen's Sewing Center M M Diat of P W S I I Water Distillers | K 50 Ave C B C W3-3770 I • • i NW lENTINC speees l> — kMitirvl alltadalt GlagerWM4 Meblle Park, Bajey carefree Uvlg with ••' (•lir kaaM awlmaslBf peel, therapy reel, recreattetfcall, (feiincbeerd cMrtt. pbaM4 rccrcetiea. Ele. -ll Aceoustical Ceilings i Interio"" k Exterior painting 584-1770 SHAKLEE PRODUCTS• now available in Lewis Homes area. Dianna McKee 293-47M. BC MMWMMMMMA HENDERSON PLAZA APTS. UnfurnislMd $220. 2 B#drpom...$2S0. HEATED KX>L* 730 Cnt*r St. 565-7512 ACVPVNCTVU • Artkrttis. kerattls, aigralM, Mtkaa, allergy, iireke, aclallca. slaes. gM(, Kestate. 7SI-7t4S. "1 jREAT LOOKING CONDO with view of Lake Mead and surroundini; mountains End unit pro vides extra nice view w ith privacy. Truly a must lo see. YOU CAN OWN THIS immaculate 2 story home with many, many extras Excellent location Large pool with redwood decking makes for lots of fun in the hot sun. T OWN A LOT with a view of Lake Mead. Call for details. M \KE MORE MONEY check into this business opportunity. Everything from mobile hqmc to landscaping ON THE 4TH TEE OF GOLF COURSE Uvely 3 bdrm. Custom Home Pool and Jacuzzi are Solar Heated. 3400 SQ FT. OF GRACIOUS LIVING. Under Construction by Licensed Contractor, overlooking the 6th green. 4 bedroom, 3 bath I 'W" SAND. GRAVll, TOP SOIL LANDSCAPE BOCK. Call m4iu. ic. I MM SERVICE Handymen carpentry, painting, glass A mirror replacement, general repain and maintenance 293-33A3. No need to worry call MURRAY! Deanna Keele Rick Sbea WR (WinnieClark). Pat Shuman Diana Leseberg.. 293 1492 293-3205 293-2848 293^ 196:^ 293-27a June Hanten 293-4223 416 Nevada Highway Boulder City. Nevada 293-3232 ^ ^er-arv^Ufi ccr-ixr'Kisa 6ff'i'rs4P ftc^cr^MPcc^osT^ e FOR SALE • 3 wheel dirt motorcycle, floatation tires 18 HP McCulloch engine 293^297 B C lodio I 1 Servkt ^^ 331 W*ur ^fl ^^^^HreerMii^^^H 'IVSCAREFOn imiEFOUCS' PTHdml leOWMIlTMRUUT. 7IMT0MMTI • ttoataiM MMl ( • Me dm ^^^ f f f T f .f Stem by BBWB BACKHOE WORK DONE Fast ser\ice Reasonable rates 55831 Hdn PEACH I COR j 57 E PEACHES, TOMATOES, CORN, CUCUMBERS KEELE'S E BASIC, HDN 565-7132 lb., lug or bushel CASH FOR YOUR OLD CAR All Ancricae Aau Wreckers IMI Parkaea M. Head. M-78t7 HIIP WANTID 21 dolers, snock bar, •nd change portent, ofpiy in person (XHO STUKi INN. For iwit: 1.1 3 hdrm traileft. IIP to 180 wk. Call 585 • MB 7141 Hdn LOT roil SALE 85 X lOi in 111 (• • Hillcrtit area. tig,ooo. Call nyxm B c. |.wi Ch illi Are you living with a Drinking Problem?'? If o. why not try Al Anon. Meetings are Tuea. 10 am. St Timothy's Episcopal Church. TuM. • pm Club, 91 WaUr SL Wed. 7:30 p.m. St, Rose de Lima Hosp for more Information, call 368-BM3. BOAT TOPS and covers, doing 2 week ipocial for our grand opening, that will be 20^ off, starting Tuesday. Au gust ISth. we alo do lake work. 96MI17. FOR SALE ;TWO BEDROOM CONDO IN BOULDER SQUARE Attractive two bedroom, one bath, patio overlooking pool, available May 15. 'Kitchen complete, new linoleum floor thruout $40,000 ~ buyer can refinance !'thru most lending institutions. For inspection, write Box 888, Hend. Home News, Box 815, Henderson. I I'l rI i'l'i I'liiip iI.T.TiM.TiMiT.: • HOMES • ACREAGE •COMMERCIAL REALTORS ^^AK^ 125W. lAKEMEADDR. HENDERSON, NEVADA 565-8947 RENT NO MORE Build some equit.v! Nice Starter home for the right family, close to schools and downtown. Prices to sell at $32,250 EVE call 564-2332 ONCE YOU SEE This beautiful custom hoome on a half acre roned for horses, you'll agree it's one of the best buys around. It has a fantastic view of the Vegas Valley, a huge family room with a gorgeous fireplace and many, more special features at only $68,000. VOUVE GOT TO SEE THIS: A nice three bedroom 1 bath hou.se in Henderson's Tract 2. It is located close to schools and a shopping center on a large corner lot. There is refrigeration air conditioning, gas heat, remodelled kitchen. < 2 practically all appliance and drapes go with the reasonable price of $43,000. CUSTOM HOMES BY RIGBV CONSTRUCTION Seven quality • built 2,000 plus sq. foot homes on half acre lots with all these features Beigemeyer 381 7193 Diane Barlow.„r. : „ 564 2332 James Smalley 564-5416 Travis Johnson 361-5190 Open Men. thru Sot. gftftflOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOQOQOOQOOOQOi^ I H . Hemo.lel. New Con siruction If in a hurrv. Call MURRVY 293-3353 m/^^mmmm'm0t/lfmm FIBERFORM 284' Cabin Cruiser 125 Mrs. both en gines Digital depth finder, trim tabs, 78 chan ship lo shore 293 1744 EC FOI lENT Kitckeeettot. S20 wil. UdUbee Mid. ShMiy Beet MeleL 565-7MS. HOUSE FIAMINO < By squire foot or hour — J Licensed and bonded — Free estimate • 736-0607 BACHELOR APTS Sheet*, li nens. dishes &l'tilflirn Re tired Carpenter Preferred By Week 293 1716 BC WANTED babysitting }obs CT Sewell area My home Pti S6MIB3 Hdn SEWING • Alt kinds of sewing done It very reasonable prices Call 965-6879 Hdn FOR SALE USED PONTOON BOAT: M FOOT, rej; bum wHh new facloiy mit .lui.ii.n< ; ; S,,tWkndrBo.t Shop on Boulder J Hlihwiv Hendonon S4.000 CASH, ni."'.yr^Lr A.n Bill Reynold, .bout .t. BOULDER ELECnUC "NO JOB TOO SMALL" UCENSED, BONKD, INSURED lie No. 15187 Call 293-1097 or 293-4899 MOBILE HOME 1976 Sonera Kemick. Spanish Style Custom boili L'pi^radcilcarptft inn k panelini;. cirpuljr kilch Incluiifi lot in MliT Vista Estates 293 1744 B C. MOVING SALE 131 Kola. Hdn Starts Thurs. Ill r Ph 565-0849 OLDER 8 X 42 trailer, for sale Awnings, ^hed. set up in adult park Call before noon or alter 4 pm 293 1059 BC LOST FAMILY PET Small Pomeranian dog. named "Charlie Lost evening of Aug. 29 in vicinity of Major St Hdn Please call 564 5403 NEAR ENTERPRISE, L'TAH 5 acres land in beautiful E> caUnte Valley Seeded electric k telephone line> on property Ready for hook up 24 acres (\ of under ground water rights. Mu<.i sell (cheapi Call 565-8590 Hdn FOR RENT • 3 bdrm family room. 2 baths, 2 yrs old No pets. H25 mon., (350. de posit Available Get 1 -Call 293 3968, B.C. FOR SALE • 3 bdrm mobile home k lot Shop, storage shed, fencing, sprinkling system Call 565-8192 or 565-7265 Hdn HOL'SE FOR RENT New car pet 4 drapes 2 bdrm l hath Avail middle of Sept $350 mo Ph 564 2876 or 564 1191 after 6pm I ADVERTISERS I PLEASE PROOF I Your ad the first day j in case an error ocI curs. Tb Boulder City \ News will assume no 1 responsibility after I the first day of publiI cation. Error claims I must be made imI mediately. I _J ^ 11 Wetof Stroot Henderson Realty Q Pb.SM-2$1S DUANE G. LAUBACB, UACfOR HOTTEST HOME BUY TODAY Next to Black Mountain Gol^ Course with an unobstructed view of Las Vegas Thi sbeautiful styled custom home has many extra features, such as Spanish tiled entrys, sunken living and family rooms,extra large master bedroom with 2 walkin closets Backyard has a 16 x 34 healed swimming pool. The seller is veo' anxious The price will surprise you Call today, 546 • 2515 SUPER LOCATION Across from O'Callaghan Park. 3 bedroom. 1 bath, nicely deco'rated, well kept home ONLY $49,500. SEE TODAY Call 546 2515 for appointment. SUMMER OR WINTER This home fits all seasons The enclosed backyard with refreshing swimming pool is ideal for summer days. The used brick fireplace in the family room is the perfect setting for a coiy winter evening. All this plus 3 bedroom, I ^ bath and 2 car garage. NEED ELBOW ROOM ^ N'ewcustom home inMission Hills, room for the kids and anilmals to roam Cathedral ceilings with exposed beams throughout Master bedroom has beautiful stained glass window. Must see this home to appreciate the value MORE FOR YOUR MONEY 3 bedroom. 2 bath with very spacious rooms The huge master bedroom hs walk in closets and its own bathroom This home has been ta-stefully decorated vnth wood, wallpaper and panelling. Over 200O sq R with a 2 plus car garage and energy saving features galore GO WHERE THE GROWlNGS-GOOD ^ 2 acres close to aolf course Room, room and fiore roonj,. 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, spacious ditchen with inside bar • b • que. Circular drive. C ALLfoFall the details, 564 2515 TRULY ONE OF HFNnERSONS FINEST 4.249 sq ft 5 bedrooms. 3 baths. 2 car garage Two patios lone covered, one sun deck) Two double fireplaces, enclosed breeieway. custom birch cabinets, intercom throughout Wet bar adjoining game room and family room Worth your time to investigate L.\S VEG.AS BUSINESS PROPERTY PR zoned building near Sahara and Maryland Parkway 2800 sq ft of ideal office space Priced to sell quickly For your appointment call 564 • 2515. 74 acres in Section 31 Good investment for future building. SEE THIS ONE NOW Cu';tom home, 3 bedroom, 2 full baths, 2 car garage Thermo windows, intercom, many, many extras Beautiful view of Vegas Valley MISSION HILLS BEAUTY Mom and Dad enjoy privacy • living room and kitchen >eparales master bedroom from children's 2 bedrooms Cozy fireplaces in living room. .\ll this comfort on one ,icre of land Duane Laubach 585-8887 Gary Robinson 585-9081 Elnora Turner Jackie Wooldridge ... Barbara Marshall...... Iris Blelsch Rosa Herwick Julie Wesson 905-9393 964-1383 55-9240 2934578 58^0747 565-7457 BOULDER CITY PROPERTIES LAKE MEAD LOVELY Call today to see this fantastic new homeoverlookingthe lake Over 2100 sq ft in this ultra custom new home 3 bedrooms. 2 full baths, ceramic tile, skylights, sunken tub. atrium, cook's delight kitchen, plus many more delightful features Don't wait Call today to see this one, 5642515 SUPER LOCATION SUPER PRICE Near golf course. 2000 sq ft. living space. 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, fantastic kitchen with Rosecrest cabinets Family room, fireplace, ener^. saver home Many, Many more features You must ,-sap this one lo appreciate. priced to sell 564 2515 Custom throughou'' Swim pool. R\ area. 3 bedroom, i halh Call for del iiLs on this Spanish 2 story beauty. 5642515 UNOBSTRUCTED VIEW OF GOLF COURSE AND MOUNTAINS 160O plus sq n of enro saving house 3 bedr
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MtmJerwn Home Newt, HndrMn, Nevorfo ^^^ iMim-''ii III I I fagt12 Tweidoy Septtmbar S. tf7l Hw^rn HMM N^ft, HwMfonon, Nevodo ^09* 13 Tuet^y September 5, 197S 6.A."Ciiiie!|" SNOKI Licensed Real Estate-Broker HOMES OWNER TRANSFERRED" 4 bedrooms. 2 baths, well kept, double garafe, nice lot $62,300 LARGE SHADE TREES!' Encellent location Screened in recreation room Fenced Well landscaped 4 bedrooms. $77,500 00 NEW ON MANCHA 3 bedroom. 2 bath $72,900 each. MOBILE HOMES 2BEDRdeiM, 1 bath in Moore'sTrailerPsrli $3,725 00!' 24 X 401N GINGERWOOD 2 bedrooms, 2 baths $25,500 2 BEDROOM, $10,500" Refrigerated air total electric, adulu oply, in Moores Park Move in today 12 \ 64 BRO ADMORt.REFRlCERATED AIR 2J>edroom. .idults only, in M i M Park Immediate oeeu pancy $15,500 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS In Gingeruood $22,500 28 \ 60 SPUT LEVEL 1508 square feet liveable fireplace beautiful on lot. t \ IN GINGERWOOD 2 bedrooms. \dult> onK. 12 \ 60 Immediate occupancy Refrigerate.i air $15,900 BUSINESS OP^RTl'NITIES 3 CHAIR BARBERSHOP $2.45000 $850 DOWN $150 PER MONTH OFFICE OR BUSINESS LOC\TIONS \V\1L\BLE \T $200 PER MONTH ueAi.THE DOME ?f3-1613 ia3-M7 MLS (ew la ie Smit Hlfkviy "TW Otmt' nttU.. Sue Broadbeni Tom Friary 2831150 Lillian Collins Mei Dunaway 293^24,38 Nancv Murphy Shirley Phillips 293-2005 Ed Harvey G A -Curly' Smith 283 1598 293^ 12.'% 585-7951 283-3292 293-1937" TEDDV S KITCHENETTES Jul brinx your tooibbruth" n3l7U Tippetts Construction FREE ESTIM.ATES REMODELING PATIO COVERS ADDITIONS DeVan Tippetts lownen Lir No 13904 PH 565-0956 ELECTROLIX representine Boulder City and Hender son 293 3644 or 384 9726 ask for Jim Li-ensed k bonded. Electnral contract PORTER ELECTRIC 293^3838 DOES YOIR BATHROOM MARLITE NEED REPLAC ING^ Free Ettlmalet, TRAILERS FOR RENT BRAND NEW! 2 bedrooms, furnished Water & tra.sh paid Vitto Mobile Home Poffc 901 So Boulder H wy FREE FILM OR CASH DIS COUNT ON ALL FILMS, Printed aad developed at VAN'S NEVADA DRUG. •OULDERCITV, NV PUT YOUR BEST PACE forward with 1 rompllmeiitary MARY KAY FACIAL 3^44 B r. • '^'NICE CHANGE OF PACE is what you'll discover in this beautiful Lewis Home lo cated in Boulder City Home has 3 hdrm fireplace, a gorgeous fam room 4 a story book courtyard w rose garden It can all be yours for $87,990 (174) Realty Executives, 736 8551 Evenings 564^2765 FOR SALE 75 Datsun Pickup Just tuned up Good condi tion Good price Ph 569-8597 Hdn MUST SELL 72CHEV C \P RICE Gold. V 8-2 barrel Likt-new 4door Must drive to appreciate $1995 ur b-kt offer 564 1648 JEA W\NT ADDS LAS VEGAS ROCK SHOP 235 North East em. Stewart Square, lumb lers rock saws supplies jewelry making tools, mm erals hicks Hicks Hobbies Lapidary formerly on Mam Street FREE FILM OR CASH DISCOUNT ON ALL FILMS. Printed aod develeped at VANS NEVADA DRUG.. BOULDER CITY. W DO IT YOUR SELF AND SAVE Wrought iron fences, custom trailers and hitches. walk in repairs PTC Weld, ing 3390 Pinks Lane Las Vegas 733-8142 BRONCO OWNERS Khars has 1974 low mileage Bronco engine and automa tic transmission for sale Wil! install, will exchange 386-1941 SMITH CORONA 1979 2200 cartridge electric typewri ler. $299. regularly $1349 90 Wanted, used typewriters Vegas Typewriter Repair. 1601 East Sahara. "39 7329 New four drawer chest $24 99 Five drawer chest $.35 99 Student desk $39 Night stands $22 50 each JB Fur nilure Company 5920 Boul der Hwy East Las Vegas 491 1310 SCHOOL PROBLEMS with the kids" I ran help Call 878-7491 for free education consultation INTERESTED IN NUTRI TION" Manna Vita all natural food supplement company is hiring pr1 or full time excellent commissions Call 492 7102 f Mmsil ouitoo suss HINOHSON'S OLDEST REALTORS ._ VALLEY VIEW One of few homes in this area. Featuring four hedrooms and l\ baths. Separate laundry room and family room Refrigerated air and 2 storage sheds are among many amenities in this home Call for an appointment today. 565-8916. MOBILE HOME LOT Vacant lot in Trailer Estates. Don't miss this unusual opportunity to ow n your own mobile home lot 60x100 and only $18,000. PRICED TO SELL 3 bedroom, IS bath home with refrigerated air Carpeted and draped Only $39,500. DESIRABLE AREA 3 bedroom, 2 full baths and 2 cargange. Perfect for the ijrowing family Located in Highl .nd Hills in well maintained neighborhood. Six tout retaining wall in rear yard $49,500. GOOD BUY On this 4 bedroom, lU bath home. $38,500 Call to see today CLOSK TO TOWN -.3 bedroom. 1 hath home. Only • $,37,000. -^ •" • WOTHER HIGHLAND HILLS BEAUTY 4 bedrooms. 1 '4 baths Fcaturiniicentral refrigeration and .1 covered patio Situated in well kept neighborhood. $48,000 Call Morrcll Realty for an appointment to see this neat and clean home. COMMERCI \L LOT Located on Lake Mead Drive on route to the lake, \ppro\imately i;4 acre Zoned C-2 Perfect for small business adventure INVESTMENT PROPERTY 3.78 acres located on Lake Mead Drive in Sect 33 Zoned RR with 337 foot frontage on Lake Mead Drive. Call 565-8916 for more information SUPER \SSUMPTION On this 2 bedroom. 1 bath in E Las Vegas Very neat and clean. Call Morrell Realty for details on assuming and appointment to see. 5658916 VALLEY VIEW \RE\ Excellent assumption 3 bedroom, 2 bath home situated on a corner lot Wallpaper and new carpeting. Vers' ver\' clean. Priced at $40,000. • *" "Morrell Realty is a HousesoM Wor^' EVALYN MORRQi BROKK Sue Blair „ ^.., ,S5-8490 Peg Cole .'. 564 1754 Jim Jensen ., .".,... ,S5-9677 \i LeFrancois ...t,r, 564 2722 Barbara McNair 2934274 Milhe Potter !>65^)66;< 42 WATER ST. HENDERSON, NEVADA S6$-I9I6 Wanted Lady for part time ot fire work Must have experience Call Kelly Clasi, 451 9302 FOR RENT IN B C sparkling, brand new 1200 sq ft 2 bdrm townhnuse Fireplace, utility room, fenced yard, many extras No Pets. $375 a month Call 457-8994 FOR SALE \ rewarding ex perienre forvSr Ciliiens and others, on a volunteer ba'-is. teaching English '•peaking adults to read and write (See display ad else w here in this newspaper for time and place of instruction I For further info phone Betty Scott at the Community College 549-8945 or Evelyn Tingley at 739-4524 KITCHENETTES FOR RENT Weekly rates from $55 Nevada Inn, B C FOR RENT Private rooms with kitchen $20 k $29 per wk 293^1716 BC AVAILABLE NOW Spectacular view of Black Mtn k Las Vegas Near OCallaghan Park Quiet neighborhood New4bdrm. 3 bath. 2 story w-lots of upgrades Assumableloan No qualifying Owner flexible at $71,900 GREAT NEVADA PROPERTIES. CO Realtors Ph 389-1033 984 2878 eves 878 0110 ^V "TWe It we w teNiMle tm hf tii im t.' • DICK BUUR REALTY^KER 833 NEVADA HWY. 293-2171 or 293-3402 AFTER HOURS CALL Bob Blair 293-2049 Carl Cowan 293-1499 1^^ Andrea Anderson 293-2158 1^ Katie Cartlidge 293-2254 Michele Hess 293-3906 4 EXCELLENT LOCATION, close to schools, 3 bdrm.. 2 bath, large patio', fenced, range, carpel, drapes. ONLY $58,900 00. Assume good loan. SEE THIS 4 bdrm., 2 bath. 2 car garage, fertced, sprinklers, carpet, drapes, dishwasher, range. MOBILE ESTATE LOT, WITH Mobile Home, 2 bdrm., 2 bath, bar, fine view, SEE THIS. SMALL HOME. 1 bdrm, 1 bath, room to expand, has new plumbing k wiring, all insulated, ONLY $19,90000 BEAUTIFUL 4 bdrm 2 bath. irX34' Pool, covered patio, over 1.700 sq It. liveable, 2 car garage, block fence, WONT LAST LONG. LOVELY 3 bdrm., 2 bath. 2 car garage, auto sprinklers, screened patio, lots of parking. FINE BUY BUILT LIKE THE ROCK OF GIBRALTER, 5 bdrm 2 bath, new oven, fireplace,covered patio, fenced, sprinklers, MUST SEE TO APPRECIATE, CAN VOU BELIEVE, $*6,00000 THIS IS A BRICK HOME SEE US FOR BLDG LOTS. THEY ARE GOING FAST WE HAVE BUSINESS PROPERTIES FOR SALE, SOME IN CLUDE THE BVILDINGS, AS WELL AS BUSINESS!!!! NEW HOME UNDER CONSTRUCTION, 3 bdrm 2 bath SEE US for details NEAR LAKE MEAD, WE H AVE OTHER NEW HOMES EXECUTIVE HOME ON GOLF COURSE, 4 bdrm 2>i baths, slumpstone construction, spectacular fireplace, heated spa & pool. SEE THIS FINE RESIDENCE SEE US FOR INCOME PROPERTIES* MANVOTHER FINE HOMES PLUS ACREAGE LOTS • : faliily fnVovered patio, fenced, doae FINE 3 lo schools' BEAUTIFULVIEW.185acresonly$40.000 Ml underground utilities. L SEE US FOR COMMERCIAL 4 INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY Sinterity ond Intesrity i or spectolty. A* mm Bob Oken Realty & Insurance Inc.^ D ReaUor-MLS 6 Waler St., HeiuUnon MAiroi 564-1831 EXECUTIVE HOME WITH STUDY FOR DAD Beautiful Black Mountain Home with 4 Br. Plus Study and 1 and W baths over 2520 Sq Ft of living with room for the large family to grow on ^ acre of land, with a beautiful view of the entire Vegas Valley Carpel and Drapes throughout, dithwasher and lots of built-ins. Circle Drive. Call for appointment, pleaae. RANCH UVING Beautiful corner fireplace, ceramic tiled entry to 13 \ 28 elegant living room with custom drapes and upgraded carpeting throughout home. Large country style kitchen with family room adjacent Master bedroom is 19 \ 14 with spacious walk-in closets. LARGE TRAILER E!TATES LOT with established fhiit trees, completely fenced yard k storage sheds 12 X 80 Fleetwood Trailer included in low price of $28,000 LOW DOWN PAYMENT • 3 Bd)Wi.. 1 and 4 Bath, vacant with Immediate pof>ssioiftuQkld interest loan, lots of (•upboards. remodj^Viijin^en Nice patio with overhead for outdoor InCng Move in in time for School 5 ACRES ZONED FOR MINI STOR AGE Paved Streets, near Hwy Please Call for Details. DARLING TOWNHOUSE VACANTImmediate pos session Clean and neat, with good carpeting, drapes and ready for you: Only $23,558 Why Renf 4 BPRM. 1 \ND \ BATHS WITH COVERED PATIO, Carport, refngeration. Large Living Room with Dining L Low Price Includes refrigerator, range, washer and dryer, plus carpet and drapes 2 ACRES SECTION 27 BUY ALL OR 4 • 4 ACRE LOTS Will sell one lot for $9400 MISSION HILLS ZONED FOR HORSES Acreage $14,000. One Acre Lot with Utilities $14,800 A DREAM KITCHEN complete with built in Range^en • and Microwave Oven, custom cabinets, sel.inus flooring Vaulted ceilings, plush carpets, custom drapes. 3 bed rooms, I*, baths and a price .vou can easily afford Don t miss out on this one 4 BEDROOMS. 2 BATH HOME in desirable location Track 2 with private patio olTlarge master bedroom with much storage and many built ins. Lovely country kitchen with custom hand crafted cupboards Very nice and shown by .ippointment only. JEWNE \. OLSEV DEM\RCO. BROKER f • -• • • • • • • • NEIDTOSEU YOUR HOUSE? WE W1U BUY IT NOWl M 293-1613 G A. "Curly" SmitS, Inc. FOR SALE 14 X 98 Mobile home. 2 possible 3 bdrm awning, skirting, family sect of Boulder City Park, $13,500 Call 293-4344 BC l40 YEARS EXPERIENCE! ^TRIMMING AND REMOVINGJ JTREES Serving HendersonJ • area 293-2115 Country Tlm Dog Grooming AUMEfO • DOOICAT OROOMINO msumifs AVAHAMf SCKNa DOOKXW "Sr* NATURWAY NATURAL FOODS 293-1844 1311hNev Hw>, BC For complete nutritional needs. Ask us about our monthly sales PAINTER • interier. exterler, 11 yean ciperieDce. Per free esllmaU, cat! MMIH • MANX t MAMISf KITTINS • Mixio KiniNS • HktAtcmti • MIXW KKIAN KtrriNS •OHMU ERIE nCXUf t DHIVf RY 565-0139 1936 ^fkaen, Hendenoii (Located in Buck Board Feed & Tack Bldg) Country Time Dog Grooming would like to correct ad dress in Yellow Pages of the Phone book Correct address is Parkson Road, next to Buckboard Feed Tack. WANTED Full time dog groomer Ph 9890138 HELP WANTED Station at tendant Experienced Apply at Zikes Hdn Tex aco. Water k Lake Mead Hdn. FOR RENT adult or couple with baby New La Dolce Vita townhouse in B C 2 hdrm, IH bath, stove. refWg, D-W Carpied and draped No peU $425 497 7407 RETIREE desires to buy small 3-4 room modern home on small lot. to fix-up If necessary Reply P 0 Box 2441, Las Cruces, New Mexico 88001 L CLTON n CARRCTT KRE/ILTY MUST SELL older remodeled home 4 bdrm. I bath. Alum tiding 293-4522 DRIVER S LICENSE TESTS ruesday and Wednesday I 4S am lelZneon Ipmu4:l$piiirity aanex CIvIe Ceaier 2M Water Street ^ J)-, MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT 12 4 1 bdrm fura or unfura Head Trir Haven SStM CAW -TRUCK! STORACEI ALL TYPES M Rii mm ti m i BOAT BARNl 565-6966 MTNS BY DAY CITY BY NIGHT This home is loo beautiful to paai up Has cork k mirror tiles, flags tone Z bnck in dining area extra cabinets, automatic sprinklers Located in nice neighborhood Priced at $53,990 Call Really Execu lives. 736 8991 Evenings 984-2789 i204) SK A • • STARS Of TOMORROW ARE KING BORN TODAY AT DAN^.JHIATR| WIST MOTOR HOME 1975 Gypiy King, 20 ft, fully self contained, includes Onan generator, roof air, cruise control, awning. Excel cond $9.500 2 83-2158 BC FOR SALE • Boulder City Home On culdeiac 3 bdrm, 2 bath Has Everything For only $90,500 Covered patio Long back yard Good neighborhood. Close to Schools 8 yrs old Good construction Excel intula tion Beautiful Improve, menu MORE Call 293^1817 for appt WILL DO BABYSITTING in my home, 2 yrs and up Call 293 1734 BC. • ONEBIOCX ^From EVERYTHING' ^ Walk to stores, schools. 1^ churches, etc. Older 2 p H.BR home with den. X)" "EOlSTIt FOR PALI CUSSiS NOW. • *"-Tf Ac r eW k ondMlef Staffing •!• 2tii^ 293-3677 I — LADIES Want to $ a tw you"" More attractive but natural lookinR! Then let me, Keli, come to your h|me and show you how \ make up ^lettion. showing you how to look nice but natural Colors 4 high liKhti to brine the best of you out For more.in formation rail 565-9604 #$k for Keli MMMWMMHMM MMWWMMi BABYSmtR Mother with I child will do babysitting in my home. Have references call 2M4I0. after 4 BC "J screeid porch. Rar*r age Immed. occupancy. j^ Buy now for less than -.appraisal at only ^$37,500! X}* j^ KAT THE HEAT ^ 3 BR., 2 bath home with "16 x 30 pool plus spa. I^Good terms. Only J •i,$71.900! Xr w x^ ^ SPOtTINO OOOOS A 1^ Business in central lo^ ji cation, (treat opportun*' T ity at reasonable pri'-c. 1^ J • J mvAa u^ is assured with blocklV XJwall enclosed yard ![ ji Beautifully located 2 -^ BR home ready for oc-1^ Xfcupancy Attractive A 1^ terms avail. Priced nZ I ONLY $.38^00! ]^ J • ^ NIWIIWISNOMI ^ !I 3 BR. 2 bath, never 1^ ^ lived in. Priced righl at ^ U-Mijoa ^ J VWWOfCITY ^ X^Buildinx lots overlook ^ j^Boulder City and El T -.Dorado Valley Over 'a *f ^acre Prices beiin al i^ PUT IT IN THE Vk.KU \ I BoskRtdty Itoaltor 3 Army Stftt HcnosfMn ur:lilf:li^' FOR RESUUS UIMOUNIHOMI 3 BDRM., 2 BA, plus den 4 workroom • Large carport, super family •ome. 2 BDRM.. 1 BATH. Fenced vard. 300 Ft. \ 300 Ft Com merclally Zoned Lot on East Lake Mead Drive, Utilities Vailable t-z STORE & OFFICE BLDG. for Lease C-2 FENCED STOR\GE YARD with building for Lease EXTRA LARGE, neat4 clean, 4 Bdrm. 14 Bath plus 4 Bath Will HIRE TO HEW If there is any way we can assist you in the field of Real Estate, please don't hesitate to contact us at Basic Realty KEurs OUSS&MIRIOIcat* Complete Glass Servkei 5700 Boulder Highway 34 Hr Svice SM-2103 or 451-5153 ^itfSfe tfRkjae^9% tfK^ja;..tf3 IUj:9..tf3 tVC^JlO,^^ tfKWi BOULDER REALTY f m REALTORS MLS • elAitOB' For InfomMtien Call 293-3232 293-3300 } HeriMlen SmiHi, Learn to drive with Las Vegas School of Driving. Speclalixing In nervous 4 handicapped persons. All ages. Day A evening instruction. Free home pickup. 732-7864 VBCAI TVPEWaiTCB RITAIB-lltlE Sahara. Ue Vegai TM-tm. 0r idalty. aac^. rekUl ijrteevtlrr ftailafkctiM gmaraMMi. [E.XPERIENCED CARPENTER fast, work by the br. Framing, rooms, additions, fencing, etc. 293-17W B C. HOUSEKEEPER NEEDED 1 day weekly $4^lar. Call 984-S875 after 4 p m. Hdn FOR SALE Table Tennis Table $25 584-1779 Hdn FAST GROWING EXCLUSIVE AREA 3 bdrm 2 bath. Lovely home with a great see through fireplace. Large lot with room for R.V. Parking. NEAR NEW • 14' x 70' Mobile home with covered carport and patio, many appliances and furnishings included. Nice 10' x 10" storage shed and lots of shrubs. MOBILE HOME WITH LAND INCLUDt:i) 3 bdrm., 1 bath, woodburning fireplace. 3 storage sheds, and a lot more. FENCED YARD, very nicely kept Mobile home 2 bdrm, 2 bath, large kitchen. 2 car carport. PRICED RIGHT fully furnished. 2 bdrm.. 1 bath, expando in living room. GOLy COURSE AREA 3.414 Sq. Ft.. Custom Spanish tri-level. 4 Bedrooms. 2^4 baths. Familyroom. basement, private rear yardThis hom.'HASIT ALL!!! A REACH 4 STRETCH for this well-established S Bowling Alley. Great business opportunity. Call rf for specific details. TOWNHOUSE LIVING 3 bdrm., l\ bath. Beautiful with community pool & R.V. storage. PICTURE THIS..,. Immaculate 35' x 8' Park model Mobile Home, located in a quiet, tree shaded, adult Park. Has two 10' x 4" tip-out sections for added space and comfort. Perfect for the retiree. FANTASTIC! Attractive, well kept. Commercial Professional property in downtown area Ideal location for professional offices. SIT BACIl8n#^i^ tfciew. Lovely lot overlooking Lake Meid ^ M mm n s sstricted view Sorensen's Sewing Center M M Diat of P W S I I Water Distillers | K 50 Ave C B C W3-3770 I • • i NW lENTINC speees l> — kMitirvl alltadalt GlagerWM4 Meblle Park, Bajey carefree Uvlg with ••' (•lir kaaM awlmaslBf peel, therapy reel, recreattetfcall, (feiincbeerd cMrtt. pbaM4 rccrcetiea. Ele. -ll Aceoustical Ceilings i Interio"" k Exterior painting 584-1770 SHAKLEE PRODUCTS• now available in Lewis Homes area. Dianna McKee 293-47M. BC MMWMMMMMA HENDERSON PLAZA APTS. UnfurnislMd $220. 2 B#drpom...$2S0. HEATED KX>L* 730 Cnt*r St. 565-7512 ACVPVNCTVU • Artkrttis. kerattls, aigralM, Mtkaa, allergy, iireke, aclallca. slaes. gM(, Kestate. 7SI-7t4S. "1 jREAT LOOKING CONDO with view of Lake Mead and surroundini; mountains End unit pro vides extra nice view w ith privacy. Truly a must lo see. YOU CAN OWN THIS immaculate 2 story home with many, many extras Excellent location Large pool with redwood decking makes for lots of fun in the hot sun. T OWN A LOT with a view of Lake Mead. Call for details. M \KE MORE MONEY check into this business opportunity. Everything from mobile hqmc to landscaping ON THE 4TH TEE OF GOLF COURSE Uvely 3 bdrm. Custom Home Pool and Jacuzzi are Solar Heated. 3400 SQ FT. OF GRACIOUS LIVING. Under Construction by Licensed Contractor, overlooking the 6th green. 4 bedroom, 3 bath I 'W" SAND. GRAVll, TOP SOIL LANDSCAPE BOCK. Call m4iu. ic. I MM SERVICE Handymen carpentry, painting, glass A mirror replacement, general repain and maintenance 293-33A3. No need to worry call MURRAY! Deanna Keele Rick Sbea WR (WinnieClark). Pat Shuman Diana Leseberg.. 293 1492 293-3205 293-2848 293^ 196:^ 293-27a June Hanten 293-4223 416 Nevada Highway Boulder City. Nevada 293-3232 ^ ^er-arv^Ufi ccr-ixr'Kisa 6ff'i'rs4P ftc^cr^MPcc^osT^ e FOR SALE • 3 wheel dirt motorcycle, floatation tires 18 HP McCulloch engine 293^297 B C lodio I 1 Servkt ^^ 331 W*ur ^fl ^^^^HreerMii^^^H 'IVSCAREFOn imiEFOUCS' PTHdml leOWMIlTMRUUT. 7IMT0MMTI • ttoataiM MMl ( • Me dm ^^^ f f f T f .f Stem by BBWB BACKHOE WORK DONE Fast ser\ice Reasonable rates 55831 Hdn PEACH I COR j 57 E PEACHES, TOMATOES, CORN, CUCUMBERS KEELE'S E BASIC, HDN 565-7132 lb., lug or bushel CASH FOR YOUR OLD CAR All Ancricae Aau Wreckers IMI Parkaea M. Head. M-78t7 HIIP WANTID 21 dolers, snock bar, •nd change portent, ofpiy in person (XHO STUKi INN. For iwit: 1.1 3 hdrm traileft. IIP to 180 wk. Call 585 • MB 7141 Hdn LOT roil SALE 85 X lOi in 111 (• • Hillcrtit area. tig,ooo. Call nyxm B c. |.wi Ch illi Are you living with a Drinking Problem?'? If o. why not try Al Anon. Meetings are Tuea. 10 am. St Timothy's Episcopal Church. TuM. • pm Club, 91 WaUr SL Wed. 7:30 p.m. St, Rose de Lima Hosp for more Information, call 368-BM3. BOAT TOPS and covers, doing 2 week ipocial for our grand opening, that will be 20^ off, starting Tuesday. Au gust ISth. we alo do lake work. 96MI17. FOR SALE ;TWO BEDROOM CONDO IN BOULDER SQUARE Attractive two bedroom, one bath, patio overlooking pool, available May 15. 'Kitchen complete, new linoleum floor thruout $40,000 ~ buyer can refinance !'thru most lending institutions. For inspection, write Box 888, Hend. Home News, Box 815, Henderson. I I'l rI i'l'i I'liiip iI.T.TiM.TiMiT.: • HOMES • ACREAGE •COMMERCIAL REALTORS ^^AK^ 125W. lAKEMEADDR. HENDERSON, NEVADA 565-8947 RENT NO MORE Build some equit.v! Nice Starter home for the right family, close to schools and downtown. Prices to sell at $32,250 EVE call 564-2332 ONCE YOU SEE This beautiful custom hoome on a half acre roned for horses, you'll agree it's one of the best buys around. It has a fantastic view of the Vegas Valley, a huge family room with a gorgeous fireplace and many, more special features at only $68,000. VOUVE GOT TO SEE THIS: A nice three bedroom 1 bath hou.se in Henderson's Tract 2. It is located close to schools and a shopping center on a large corner lot. There is refrigeration air conditioning, gas heat, remodelled kitchen. < 2 practically all appliance and drapes go with the reasonable price of $43,000. CUSTOM HOMES BY RIGBV CONSTRUCTION Seven quality • built 2,000 plus sq. foot homes on half acre lots with all these features Beigemeyer 381 7193 Diane Barlow.„r. : „ 564 2332 James Smalley 564-5416 Travis Johnson 361-5190 Open Men. thru Sot. gftftflOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOQOQOOQOOOQOi^ I H . Hemo.lel. New Con siruction If in a hurrv. Call MURRVY 293-3353 m/^^mmmm'm0t/lfmm FIBERFORM 284' Cabin Cruiser 125 Mrs. both en gines Digital depth finder, trim tabs, 78 chan ship lo shore 293 1744 EC FOI lENT Kitckeeettot. S20 wil. UdUbee Mid. ShMiy Beet MeleL 565-7MS. HOUSE FIAMINO < By squire foot or hour — J Licensed and bonded — Free estimate • 736-0607 BACHELOR APTS Sheet*, li nens. dishes &l'tilflirn Re tired Carpenter Preferred By Week 293 1716 BC WANTED babysitting }obs CT Sewell area My home Pti S6MIB3 Hdn SEWING • Alt kinds of sewing done It very reasonable prices Call 965-6879 Hdn FOR SALE USED PONTOON BOAT: M FOOT, rej; bum wHh new facloiy mit .lui.ii.n< ; ; S,,tWkndrBo.t Shop on Boulder J Hlihwiv Hendonon S4.000 CASH, ni."'.yr^Lr A.n Bill Reynold, .bout .t. BOULDER ELECnUC "NO JOB TOO SMALL" UCENSED, BONKD, INSURED lie No. 15187 Call 293-1097 or 293-4899 MOBILE HOME 1976 Sonera Kemick. Spanish Style Custom boili L'pi^radcilcarptft inn k panelini;. cirpuljr kilch Incluiifi lot in MliT Vista Estates 293 1744 B C. MOVING SALE 131 Kola. Hdn Starts Thurs. Ill r Ph 565-0849 OLDER 8 X 42 trailer, for sale Awnings, ^hed. set up in adult park Call before noon or alter 4 pm 293 1059 BC LOST FAMILY PET Small Pomeranian dog. named "Charlie Lost evening of Aug. 29 in vicinity of Major St Hdn Please call 564 5403 NEAR ENTERPRISE, L'TAH 5 acres land in beautiful E> caUnte Valley Seeded electric k telephone line> on property Ready for hook up 24 acres (\ of under ground water rights. Mu<.i sell (cheapi Call 565-8590 Hdn FOR RENT • 3 bdrm family room. 2 baths, 2 yrs old No pets. H25 mon., (350. de posit Available Get 1 -Call 293 3968, B.C. FOR SALE • 3 bdrm mobile home k lot Shop, storage shed, fencing, sprinkling system Call 565-8192 or 565-7265 Hdn HOL'SE FOR RENT New car pet 4 drapes 2 bdrm l hath Avail middle of Sept $350 mo Ph 564 2876 or 564 1191 after 6pm I ADVERTISERS I PLEASE PROOF I Your ad the first day j in case an error ocI curs. Tb Boulder City \ News will assume no 1 responsibility after I the first day of publiI cation. Error claims I must be made imI mediately. I _J ^ 11 Wetof Stroot Henderson Realty Q Pb.SM-2$1S DUANE G. LAUBACB, UACfOR HOTTEST HOME BUY TODAY Next to Black Mountain Gol^ Course with an unobstructed view of Las Vegas Thi sbeautiful styled custom home has many extra features, such as Spanish tiled entrys, sunken living and family rooms,extra large master bedroom with 2 walkin closets Backyard has a 16 x 34 healed swimming pool. The seller is veo' anxious The price will surprise you Call today, 546 • 2515 SUPER LOCATION Across from O'Callaghan Park. 3 bedroom. 1 bath, nicely deco'rated, well kept home ONLY $49,500. SEE TODAY Call 546 2515 for appointment. SUMMER OR WINTER This home fits all seasons The enclosed backyard with refreshing swimming pool is ideal for summer days. The used brick fireplace in the family room is the perfect setting for a coiy winter evening. All this plus 3 bedroom, I ^ bath and 2 car garage. NEED ELBOW ROOM ^ N'ewcustom home inMission Hills, room for the kids and anilmals to roam Cathedral ceilings with exposed beams throughout Master bedroom has beautiful stained glass window. Must see this home to appreciate the value MORE FOR YOUR MONEY 3 bedroom. 2 bath with very spacious rooms The huge master bedroom hs walk in closets and its own bathroom This home has been ta-stefully decorated vnth wood, wallpaper and panelling. Over 200O sq R with a 2 plus car garage and energy saving features galore GO WHERE THE GROWlNGS-GOOD ^ 2 acres close to aolf course Room, room and fiore roonj,. 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, spacious ditchen with inside bar • b • que. Circular drive. C ALLfoFall the details, 564 2515 TRULY ONE OF HFNnERSONS FINEST 4.249 sq ft 5 bedrooms. 3 baths. 2 car garage Two patios lone covered, one sun deck) Two double fireplaces, enclosed breeieway. custom birch cabinets, intercom throughout Wet bar adjoining game room and family room Worth your time to investigate L.\S VEG.AS BUSINESS PROPERTY PR zoned building near Sahara and Maryland Parkway 2800 sq ft of ideal office space Priced to sell quickly For your appointment call 564 • 2515. 74 acres in Section 31 Good investment for future building. SEE THIS ONE NOW Cu';tom home, 3 bedroom, 2 full baths, 2 car garage Thermo windows, intercom, many, many extras Beautiful view of Vegas Valley MISSION HILLS BEAUTY Mom and Dad enjoy privacy • living room and kitchen >eparales master bedroom from children's 2 bedrooms Cozy fireplaces in living room. .\ll this comfort on one ,icre of land Duane Laubach 585-8887 Gary Robinson 585-9081 Elnora Turner Jackie Wooldridge ... Barbara Marshall...... Iris Blelsch Rosa Herwick Julie Wesson 905-9393 964-1383 55-9240 2934578 58^0747 565-7457 BOULDER CITY PROPERTIES LAKE MEAD LOVELY Call today to see this fantastic new homeoverlookingthe lake Over 2100 sq ft in this ultra custom new home 3 bedrooms. 2 full baths, ceramic tile, skylights, sunken tub. atrium, cook's delight kitchen, plus many more delightful features Don't wait Call today to see this one, 5642515 SUPER LOCATION SUPER PRICE Near golf course. 2000 sq ft. living space. 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, fantastic kitchen with Rosecrest cabinets Family room, fireplace, ener^. saver home Many, Many more features You must ,-sap this one lo appreciate. priced to sell 564 2515 Custom throughou'' Swim pool. R\ area. 3 bedroom, i halh Call for del iiLs on this Spanish 2 story beauty. 5642515 UNOBSTRUCTED VIEW OF GOLF COURSE AND MOUNTAINS 160O plus sq n of enro saving house 3 bedr
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Twtt^y Sfftmbr S, If71 • Ml 1 Htndcraon Hm Nw, HcndcrMn, Nevada PogaM SHAKLEE PRODUCTS Rhoda D. Hagadone Authorixed Diitributor 293-4350 B.C Well Call On Youl. SAVE t$ Two Singer sewing machines damaged m shipping SORENSENS SEW ING CENTER, 509 Ave. C. B.C.293 3770. FOR RENT, new home 3 bdrm 2 bath. 2 car gar $410 per mo No pels. Available immed Isl lasi. plus security depo 293 4729 After 5 B C 0 to marke Free Glass, mirror k lumber cutoffs Kelly's Glass. 564-2103 wmmmmmmmtm OFFICE SPACE WMLABLEdown town B-C $75 per njonlh utilities included Call 293-4556 EC AMW\Y PRODUCTS FOR SALE Telephone 293 3383 for all .vour cleaning and other household needs Call afler 4 p in or weekends BC •^' • '— LOOKING to buy a home in Boulder City"' See Hender son Realty ad of call 564 2515. / • Lawn. Yard, Sprinkler* ^maintenance, tilling.* ^pruninc. tree cutting ^ Ask for Lerov Marquez 293-495.! B.C." For sale Royal Typewriter Manual 12 inch $35 Ph 564 1648 GIRLS' BICYCLE • Spvder • BEST OFFER • Like new • 565-7485 Thurs after 1 00. Leave message at 565 6793 Hdn CONTRACTOR REMODEl C VRPORTS ENCLOSURE!' OR \VH\T HWE YOl' Lloyd Peugh ^ 564-5321 • No. 15064 For rent 3 bdrm 1^* bath Chism Home ..\vail. immediately $450 mo 1st, last mo rent includes cleaning deposit Contact S Powers, 738-2363 or 458-79"' I SILVER ROW! KENNELS j i Oog & cat Boarding Training in Kennel & Classes AKC Alaskan I Malamute Puppies and • Stud Service. ii r^,. .Waynnt I564-198.'* FoedDtaUn! GOTCHA COVERED SHIRTS, INC. PH. 564-1611 • 23 .\RMY STREET Transfers, T-Shirts Posters • • • • • ** • • LOST Female Siamese Sealpoint year old Kitten. Recently spayed. Answers to name "Sassy". Vicinity 259 W Basic Rd Hdn 565-0409. REWARD Handyman needed All phases of remodeling Call Kelly Glass 564 2103 HAIRDRESSER WANTED • run or part time. FXOVD'S FASHION CURL, ?! call 293-3529 B.C REPAIR, washers It dryers. Boulder City, PORTER ELEC. INC. FOR SALE IN B.C -3 br 2 bath, laundry storage room, double garage, fenced yard, fruit trees, $58,900 Owner 873-1000. FOR SALE-1976 Delmar 12x60 Mobile Home, has awning and skirting, for further in formation call J93-2559 anS ask for Marilyn r DESERT TRIM SHOP Custom I'pholsterv 1880 Nev Hwy B C 293-4939 END OF L\S VEGAS \DS GREEN BOl'LDER CITY $36,750 This is a lovely 4 bdrm home Has a complete newly '"decorated bath with marhlq vanity New carpeting, velvet drapes, 2 Ig storage sheds, located in Boulder City Ph evenings 564 2765 Realty Executives, 736.8551 1201) '75 Datsun Pickup Automatic V8 Chevy small block en gine 565-8490 or 565-7950 One acre land for >ale in Lake Mohavc. Vl Price $800 \No. Bar-B-gue cnil $18 Box36,1.Pitlman Nfv 89044 jAutos, Furniture. Etc I JFREEESTPf 4Del An-j I tique Cars & St. Rods a spe | • cialty I 20YRS I EXPERIENCE I J WW'TED Reasonable priced house State terms PO 342. Carmel. CA 93921 5 \CRES ..In hoominc Henderson. Sear Levi Strauss Zoned RR \u-tin Realty. Inc RE\L TORS 457 3123 or 293 1905 LOST Black Poodle mix Male, approx 6 mos old Lost Sat nii;ht Please call 565 6779 DIPLE\ FOR RENT 2 bdrm. call 564 2524 or come li> 811 \ Major Ave. Hdn STl'DIO ROOM Private cntr ancei tijih P.ircnt & child welcome 564 5888 i^TOWNHOUSE -X 'LEASEADULTS, noi* • pets, $425. permo. NEW i( and CLEAN. 2 bdrm, C IV, bath. Call 293-1150."^ B.C. 'k REMODELING. RENOVATING. NEW CONSTRICTION quality workmanship at affordable prices Call Koppi Enterprises The Custom BUI firrs 565-7421 or 565-7612. Experienced tow truck driver needet*. Must have tools 21 yrs 01 older Must living in or be willing to move to Henderson. Apply at All American Auto. 1401 Athol. Henderson .Also experienced yard man needed Own tools & knowledge of late model cars Salary negotiable 2 bdrm 1 bath house for rent $300 a mo Call 5641475 after 3 p m H \VING TROfBl.E FINDING ('LOTHES TO KIT'' $8 will put you in ,1 top made to order 4.57 3790 Applications arc now beinc accepted at Glen Hall Nurs inc Home for nuces aide>> For information please ron tact Mrs Frost. 565 8748 FOR KENT 400s f Office..,wilh or ithoul enclosed Storage Yard \mplr I'arkinc. easy access 10 Boulder H> Rent includes all ulililies except phone For information, call 564 2555 WEEKLY Rooms Kitchenettes I'tililies & Linens Furn. Color TV s Xir Cond Ph. Yoland:', 451-2445 Unfurnished 2 bdrm duplex apt GaraKc. fenced back \ard. refrigerated air. $250 mo Ph 451 7678 1975 Ford. Elite, power, aiito. cruise control Perfect con dition $3600 Ph 564-1468 Campier trailer 17'. sleeps 6 Excellent condition Sel dom Used $850. Ph 564 1468 FOR SALE Kincs 600 Trum pet Excellent condition $173 or best offer 565 6370 -WWTED Babysiiter in rnv home. Tues thru Fri from 6 P m to 11 pm Call 293 4925 moinin;;s BC Wtd Adft (luun JuM VmM "DOf HAY rfNO" Until Tw I*a4 "HOW TO WtN AT KENO" obt*. OXIT U M ttrn* OAMis INC 131] it"'^ MSuMO.'U Su'H 341. loi v9Bi NMdo W03 FOR RENT DAY or WEEK* <0> Mhft Omrt rrcctof with lodf t Ktwtl be> IdlCKlt lWN 1 OA*DC N rnn touMr Hov 11' 1M FOR RENT Room wprivate entrance i' bath in nice home Ph 293 4841 after 4 \n.vtime weekends Y \RD S\LE 206 W Basic Sept 8lh4 9lh \LI. DAY BEDS COMPLETE Kings $89 (jueens $69. full and twins $39. Chests $27 Silver .State Furiuture 707 North Mam 3S4 19.39 TRUCKS. TRICKS TRLCKS. large selection Buy. Sell. Trade '65fo'76 Models.4lo 2 Ton Dons Auto Mart. 2960 East Fremont. 385 7360 JB DRAPERIES If It has to do with Drapes. We have the Right Answer at the Right Price 1701 Manhattan Drive. 647 1735 Al'TO IVSLH^NCE cancel led"* Too many violations'' Can place any risk, all kinds of insurance Call Stan Wis neski 7.'W 2587 RECREATION LOTS for sale, by owne*. Pine Valle.v. I'tah. in mountains, just 2'j hours from Las Vegas Call 7354.1. 731 1611 ^ 8 SLOT MACHINES for sale 8 offices for lease or rent Contact 382 3744 BY OWNER • 4 bedroom 24 bath custom home on 4 acre mountain lot Custom featuresihruout Appraised $130,000 Call 293^3046 VIEW PROPERTY fiv ttrn m NerthwrtI rt JuH north 0* Ann AuO Pcwtl nrarby P'neS Iw ( QuK> Vile •' 14S.0O0 rcrmt ivtilabW tnlngstin jarni, lln(lftM(o> SI IW, HOPPE REALTY, INC REALTORS (.1} So jrd J4 7n BOOKKEEPERS (severali Full or part time. I.icht tvp ini; To $4 50 hour DOE Bl'SY BEE EMPLOYMENT 115 So 13th SI ph .384 4088 or 384 4125 "Poker Speciol"$100 • • Crop'-$150"2r'-$125 MiCkev's Dealer School i 2757 Lds Vecas Blvl North 'i Block North of K Marl 649 3799 MET\PHVSIC'AL BOOKS VSTHOLOGV OCCCLTISM, PHILOSOPHY TAROT PROSPERITV. FREE MVSONKY FREE WORK SHOPS IN \STROLOGY. \S TROLOGICVL G\MBLING. COSMOBIOLOGY NIMEROLOGY. TVROT READING New Age Boolt Center. 953 East Sahara, suite D 16A. Commercial \rts Building. 735 5898 OLD PHOTOS copied and or restored at hareain prices Call Creative Custom Lab 386-0499 PREGNANCY PROBLEM'' Years of Experience in helping i;irls and women FREE NEVER an> charge. Confidential prei:nanrv test results in lOmin Full Facts Choice. Methods Costs NO VPPOINTMENT NECES SARY PHEC.NVNCY COl'NSBLING SERN'ICE 2023 Paradise Mon • Sal 8 00 am 8 00 pm r HnHAMAAlMWMMMM WOBDBUS Mm IMMtCMUITM ITHIttvlTMai MUTtWUHUVf CMMfMH SAVE $ s W \TER SOFTE'MERS. new. in cartons. Cash and Carry, the best. $247, also Marine radio, telephones at super di'icounts Murray Motors 457-7273 ACW PLUS I at Krt m *Mr*M tl'tf* 'K^ < • • Cr(l *aM fwmm m tit artt IW v Nkarn Km btti(niil ktfif n m L4) vegM A inn skilled professional help, for information call • 386-5870, SKI BOAT w-small trolling motor 35 HP Evinrude $275 564 2765, or can be seen at 54 Church St.. Hdn 1974 Champion 12 x 65 mobile home. 2 bdrm 1 bath, awnings, metal shed, adult park. $1800 down, takeover pmts. ph 451-4336 aft 4 30 p m 1977 THl'NDERBIRD power steering & brakes, tilt 4 cruise, air • cond AM FM radio, new tires. $1000 It takeover pmts Very clean 5645710 BUILDING LOT 124X280 Water and power available. Location Mission and Greenway. excellent view. Priced at only $12,500 Now. Terms. 5 ACRES Paradise Hills on Foothill Drive. $34,000 Terms iCall Jess, Fidelity Realty, REALTORS 565-6427, Hen derson. ADVERTISERS PLEASE PROOF Your ad the first day in case an error occurs. The Henderson Home News will assume no responsibility after the first day of I publication. Error ( claims must be made immediately, FOR SALESears air cond 5,000 B TU, Lloyd s tape deck. Sears antique stereo. Call 293 2873 B.C BABYSITTING in my home Anytime LICENSED 565 7377 Hdn ^^^ BtakWals MOSSEFTS MASONRY OeanMosser Mason Contractor Lie. Na 14768 Henderson, Nev. Ph. 565-7628 after 6 (un. Custom Homes • Remodeling eCommercial I tm Buildmi; | fif603 W Lake Mead Dnve Rienderson, Nevada 8901 • 565 6924 Idle LKPny \o 14^031 dentidl CommcrrialJ FOR — SALE — BUILDING LOTS if Low Down Payment Easy Terms •k All Improvements CALL 734-1616 SKirs HOME REPAIR Remedling, Painting tft. S65-9349 SOON I will he vacant and lonely in my 2 story home I have plush chocolate brown carpeting throughout. 4 king Mie bedrms 2'* baths,country kitchen with every conceivable appliance and built in mic rowave oven, game room, for mal dining room and much, much more Won t you come >ee me' BARRETT* CO INC, Mis Phone 870^8155 GENE HAUGHN DOG GROOMING SHOP FOR SALE' Completely equipped For information call 565-7180 FOR RENT • Unfurnished 2 bdrm 1 bath Condominium No children or pets Avail Sept 5 $275 mo plus depsosit Ph 565 7720 Evening.s, 384 2141 OPOLLO CARPET k UPHOU STERY CLEANING SERVICE All work guaranteed 24 hr. emergency service Free estimates John D Merti Thomas I Sparks Business, 649-6324: Residence. 731 2462. BOAT FOR SAtrB'M^ ft fiberglass with 33 hp John son. In good condition with trailer. $650 or best offer 565 0675. F\IRW\Y m your lickyard Located right on the BIk Mtn Golf Course Beautiful home w brand new carpet int;, fireplace 4 it\i(nmaculate Youcantafforfllopas> this one up Priced.|B0 000 Call Realty Executiveb, 736-8551, Evenings 564-275 (208) HAIRSTYLIST WANTED St lions for rent 56^03M Hdn LICENSED CHILD CARE in my home 565-7412 Hdn MSTANTCASH lilt Iwi 3d Mtrtgage and Trutl Deeds PRAWKOZAl 3I2-2M I7(M45 .\(k your neighbor, ke knows me. FOR SALE • A belter job for your adult relative or friend who speaki English but can t read or write Volun teeri will teach and Com munlty College will furnish books and materials at no charge For more info phone Betty Scott at the Col lege 565 6945 or Evelyn Tingley 735 4524 )P' 75 H(, DA ELSINORE CR125M reinforced frame, • If shocks, front 4 rear heavy duty wheels and spokes, needs engine work $150 564 1968 MMMMMMWMMMMAMMMWI Furnished Apartment For Lease In Boulder City Attractively furnished two bedroom, one bath condo. in beautiful Boulder Square. Overlooking pool, no sun. low utility fees. Adults only. Three year lease preferable, one year minimum to responsible executive only $350. month. Write Box AAA, Box. 815, Henderson. Nev 89015. I Working will be a pleasure at i OLD VEGAS I I ^440 Boulder Highway, Henderson, i I I I I I I i I Must have owir | I I I i Credit* td.. 0*ld ir.w ..;. •„ u.^ I Nevada Experienced people only. Full & Port Time. FUU TIME POSITIONS: i ?'*'?'"•" "<^^ • • Engineer, possibly rel rZiff'"'''".*'^*' Steam train engines: I f[5^"'^''"' f^""''" *' t I If If If you'd like your bath to be a topic for conversation, there are many interesting accessories to "jazz" it up. The latest shower curtains, for instance, feature everything from crossword puzzles to graffiti as designs. Art posters, keyed to harmonize with your towels or shower curtains, can |o on walls, or the back of bathroom doors for dramatic effect. (Be sure and seal posters on both sides with clear acetate, obtainable at any art supply store.) A modern effect can be achieved m the bathroom b\ using chrome, glass and molded plastic accessories. An ctagcre of chrome is ideal for storing towels and other items, for example. You can aeate a traditional effect with synthetic velvet or brocade shower curtains and window curtaint, complemented with period-piece accessories that are readily available for the bath. A more rustic way to treat bathroom walls is to "panel" them with diagonal strips of wood (you can find these at any do-it-yourscif store) ... or, go "all-out" with elegant-looking, honcst-lo-goodness paneling. Carpeting is a good way to create a more luxurious effect in your bathroom. Kits are available for "do-ityourself customizing, or you can strive for a more unique look by sewing several small rugs together. Get the maximum decorating value out of your towels by displaying them on storage shelves instead of hiding them away in the linen closet. Install shelves over wasted space above the commode; if you're short on space, you might consider breaking through the wall between studs and installing shelves or towel bars. yc:^i:asL,iJ^ .-Tem) 3 TIMES NAMED BY GOVBV\IOR O'CAUAGHAN TO SERVE ON REGIONAL b STATE COMMITTSS PERFECT ATTBIDANCE 8 100S VOTING RECOfS M1977 "HE SPEAKS FOR YOl}** If X)xjx)x^ xf xf xf xf X)If xf xf If if Don't overlook the poMtbilities offered by vinyl wallcowingi. Vme m mtny pa((m to ciioot from > this caugory. tern* wiih matcHwg fa^nc. A little imagination and the right accessories can go a long way toward livming up that nondescript bathroom, without bankrupting the family budget. BATHROOM DCCOH Unique towel rjois and paneling ot diagonal wood sfnps are some ot the *ys you can enhance your bathroorr s eve appeal Here's Help for Ailing Houseplants: Home Sweet Home... or Apartment... or Mobile! There's no place like home ... but, home is a different place to each penon. To tome, it's an apartment in (own. It may be a small effiaency apartment, a comfortabte garden-compicx apartment, or a luxurious penthouse but. chanca arc, it'll be furnished u apentively as (he budget will allow. Apartment-dwellers often don't itint in choosing quality furnishings; where (hey are more apt to be restricted it regarding space. Homeownen may have a dift'ercn( view (oward furniihing (heir house or oondominium ... oflea ecoBomics arc a major contidera(ion and priontie* have 10 be contidertd when makiil| borne furnishings purchases. Major appliances ^^^Bl^Wy ^^^V ^HV H^Kf ^wKW other furniture perhaps falling into the garage sale or "hand-me-down" category until (he budget allows for that new sofa or bedroom suite. Yet another home lifestyle it increuingly in evidence on (he American scene, (hanks (o (he mobile home. Because of the many built-int featitred in mobile homes, more emphasis can be placed on furniture by the dweller. Budgeu and the type of mobile home — ranging from nKKkst 2-bcdroom moddt on up lo luxurious vcraont, complete with sunken (ubt and wet bars — dictate (he quality of furniture, which can again be either modcet or quite expensive. "Home"* may vary in size and type, but it ihays reflects (he dweller's values M4 Nfatyfe hi i very speaal and personal way. With the change of seaion, the green thumber's concern turns increasingly to those house plants thai enhance the home environment so much. Now's the time to be alert for signs of problems in your greenery. The right steps, taken promptly, can save a favorite plant. I t I t For instance, if you note that your plant's lower leaves are turning yellow or (hat Its stems arc becoming soft and dark in color, the plant may be getting too much water. Check to make sure that the drainage hole is not clogged; if the soil has become compacted, repot (he plant Water only when necessary; if in doubt, ask your local nursery expert's advice ir your plant's stems stretch toward the light and are growing very long, it may be receiving too little light. Patc-coiored, small l^ves on new stems are also f symp(om of (Ma same problem. The remedy is to move the plant to a brighter exposure, or closer to a window. If you are using artificial light, you may have to increase the wattage or the number of bulbs used. Browning leaf edges, with leaves ultimately dying, indicate that a plant is not receiving enough humidity. Mist the plant regularly, and place its pot on a bed of moist pebbles in a tray. If your plant seems (o grow rapidly, but later wilts and develops a white crust of built-up salts, you're giving it too much fertilizer. Water (he plant thoroughly (o dissolve built-up salts, rewatering within half an hour (0 wash out the salts through pot's drainage hole On the other hand, plants (hat fade to a pale green, with lower leaves turning yellow, may be getting too little fertilizer Small, new leaves or no growth at all are other indications of (his condidoQ. "^

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Twtt^y Sfftmbr S, If71 • Ml 1 Htndcraon Hm Nw, HcndcrMn, Nevada PogaM SHAKLEE PRODUCTS Rhoda D. Hagadone Authorixed Diitributor 293-4350 B.C Well Call On Youl. SAVE t$ Two Singer sewing machines damaged m shipping SORENSENS SEW ING CENTER, 509 Ave. C. B.C.293 3770. FOR RENT, new home 3 bdrm 2 bath. 2 car gar $410 per mo No pels. Available immed Isl lasi. plus security depo 293 4729 After 5 B C 0 to marke Free Glass, mirror k lumber cutoffs Kelly's Glass. 564-2103 wmmmmmmmtm OFFICE SPACE WMLABLEdown town B-C $75 per njonlh utilities included Call 293-4556 EC AMW\Y PRODUCTS FOR SALE Telephone 293 3383 for all .vour cleaning and other household needs Call afler 4 p in or weekends BC •^' • '— LOOKING to buy a home in Boulder City"' See Hender son Realty ad of call 564 2515. / • Lawn. Yard, Sprinkler* ^maintenance, tilling.* ^pruninc. tree cutting ^ Ask for Lerov Marquez 293-495.! B.C." For sale Royal Typewriter Manual 12 inch $35 Ph 564 1648 GIRLS' BICYCLE • Spvder • BEST OFFER • Like new • 565-7485 Thurs after 1 00. Leave message at 565 6793 Hdn CONTRACTOR REMODEl C VRPORTS ENCLOSURE!' OR \VH\T HWE YOl' Lloyd Peugh ^ 564-5321 • No. 15064 For rent 3 bdrm 1^* bath Chism Home ..\vail. immediately $450 mo 1st, last mo rent includes cleaning deposit Contact S Powers, 738-2363 or 458-79"' I SILVER ROW! KENNELS j i Oog & cat Boarding Training in Kennel & Classes AKC Alaskan I Malamute Puppies and • Stud Service. ii r^,. .Waynnt I564-198.'* FoedDtaUn! GOTCHA COVERED SHIRTS, INC. PH. 564-1611 • 23 .\RMY STREET Transfers, T-Shirts Posters • • • • • ** • • LOST Female Siamese Sealpoint year old Kitten. Recently spayed. Answers to name "Sassy". Vicinity 259 W Basic Rd Hdn 565-0409. REWARD Handyman needed All phases of remodeling Call Kelly Glass 564 2103 HAIRDRESSER WANTED • run or part time. FXOVD'S FASHION CURL, ?! call 293-3529 B.C REPAIR, washers It dryers. Boulder City, PORTER ELEC. INC. FOR SALE IN B.C -3 br 2 bath, laundry storage room, double garage, fenced yard, fruit trees, $58,900 Owner 873-1000. FOR SALE-1976 Delmar 12x60 Mobile Home, has awning and skirting, for further in formation call J93-2559 anS ask for Marilyn r DESERT TRIM SHOP Custom I'pholsterv 1880 Nev Hwy B C 293-4939 END OF L\S VEGAS \DS GREEN BOl'LDER CITY $36,750 This is a lovely 4 bdrm home Has a complete newly '"decorated bath with marhlq vanity New carpeting, velvet drapes, 2 Ig storage sheds, located in Boulder City Ph evenings 564 2765 Realty Executives, 736.8551 1201) '75 Datsun Pickup Automatic V8 Chevy small block en gine 565-8490 or 565-7950 One acre land for >ale in Lake Mohavc. Vl Price $800 \No. Bar-B-gue cnil $18 Box36,1.Pitlman Nfv 89044 jAutos, Furniture. Etc I JFREEESTPf 4Del An-j I tique Cars & St. Rods a spe | • cialty I 20YRS I EXPERIENCE I J WW'TED Reasonable priced house State terms PO 342. Carmel. CA 93921 5 \CRES ..In hoominc Henderson. Sear Levi Strauss Zoned RR \u-tin Realty. Inc RE\L TORS 457 3123 or 293 1905 LOST Black Poodle mix Male, approx 6 mos old Lost Sat nii;ht Please call 565 6779 DIPLE\ FOR RENT 2 bdrm. call 564 2524 or come li> 811 \ Major Ave. Hdn STl'DIO ROOM Private cntr ancei tijih P.ircnt & child welcome 564 5888 i^TOWNHOUSE -X 'LEASEADULTS, noi* • pets, $425. permo. NEW i( and CLEAN. 2 bdrm, C IV, bath. Call 293-1150."^ B.C. 'k REMODELING. RENOVATING. NEW CONSTRICTION quality workmanship at affordable prices Call Koppi Enterprises The Custom BUI firrs 565-7421 or 565-7612. Experienced tow truck driver needet*. Must have tools 21 yrs 01 older Must living in or be willing to move to Henderson. Apply at All American Auto. 1401 Athol. Henderson .Also experienced yard man needed Own tools & knowledge of late model cars Salary negotiable 2 bdrm 1 bath house for rent $300 a mo Call 5641475 after 3 p m H \VING TROfBl.E FINDING ('LOTHES TO KIT'' $8 will put you in ,1 top made to order 4.57 3790 Applications arc now beinc accepted at Glen Hall Nurs inc Home for nuces aide>> For information please ron tact Mrs Frost. 565 8748 FOR KENT 400s f Office..,wilh or ithoul enclosed Storage Yard \mplr I'arkinc. easy access 10 Boulder H> Rent includes all ulililies except phone For information, call 564 2555 WEEKLY Rooms Kitchenettes I'tililies & Linens Furn. Color TV s Xir Cond Ph. Yoland:', 451-2445 Unfurnished 2 bdrm duplex apt GaraKc. fenced back \ard. refrigerated air. $250 mo Ph 451 7678 1975 Ford. Elite, power, aiito. cruise control Perfect con dition $3600 Ph 564-1468 Campier trailer 17'. sleeps 6 Excellent condition Sel dom Used $850. Ph 564 1468 FOR SALE Kincs 600 Trum pet Excellent condition $173 or best offer 565 6370 -WWTED Babysiiter in rnv home. Tues thru Fri from 6 P m to 11 pm Call 293 4925 moinin;;s BC Wtd Adft (luun JuM VmM "DOf HAY rfNO" Until Tw I*a4 "HOW TO WtN AT KENO" obt*. OXIT U M ttrn* OAMis INC 131] it"'^ MSuMO.'U Su'H 341. loi v9Bi NMdo W03 FOR RENT DAY or WEEK* <0> Mhft Omrt rrcctof with lodf t Ktwtl be> IdlCKlt lWN 1 OA*DC N rnn touMr Hov 11' 1M FOR RENT Room wprivate entrance i' bath in nice home Ph 293 4841 after 4 \n.vtime weekends Y \RD S\LE 206 W Basic Sept 8lh4 9lh \LI. DAY BEDS COMPLETE Kings $89 (jueens $69. full and twins $39. Chests $27 Silver .State Furiuture 707 North Mam 3S4 19.39 TRUCKS. TRICKS TRLCKS. large selection Buy. Sell. Trade '65fo'76 Models.4lo 2 Ton Dons Auto Mart. 2960 East Fremont. 385 7360 JB DRAPERIES If It has to do with Drapes. We have the Right Answer at the Right Price 1701 Manhattan Drive. 647 1735 Al'TO IVSLH^NCE cancel led"* Too many violations'' Can place any risk, all kinds of insurance Call Stan Wis neski 7.'W 2587 RECREATION LOTS for sale, by owne*. Pine Valle.v. I'tah. in mountains, just 2'j hours from Las Vegas Call 7354.1. 731 1611 ^ 8 SLOT MACHINES for sale 8 offices for lease or rent Contact 382 3744 BY OWNER • 4 bedroom 24 bath custom home on 4 acre mountain lot Custom featuresihruout Appraised $130,000 Call 293^3046 VIEW PROPERTY fiv ttrn m NerthwrtI rt JuH north 0* Ann AuO Pcwtl nrarby P'neS Iw ( QuK> Vile •' 14S.0O0 rcrmt ivtilabW tnlngstin jarni, lln(lftM(o> SI IW, HOPPE REALTY, INC REALTORS (.1} So jrd J4 7n BOOKKEEPERS (severali Full or part time. I.icht tvp ini; To $4 50 hour DOE Bl'SY BEE EMPLOYMENT 115 So 13th SI ph .384 4088 or 384 4125 "Poker Speciol"$100 • • Crop'-$150"2r'-$125 MiCkev's Dealer School i 2757 Lds Vecas Blvl North 'i Block North of K Marl 649 3799 MET\PHVSIC'AL BOOKS VSTHOLOGV OCCCLTISM, PHILOSOPHY TAROT PROSPERITV. FREE MVSONKY FREE WORK SHOPS IN \STROLOGY. \S TROLOGICVL G\MBLING. COSMOBIOLOGY NIMEROLOGY. TVROT READING New Age Boolt Center. 953 East Sahara, suite D 16A. Commercial \rts Building. 735 5898 OLD PHOTOS copied and or restored at hareain prices Call Creative Custom Lab 386-0499 PREGNANCY PROBLEM'' Years of Experience in helping i;irls and women FREE NEVER an> charge. Confidential prei:nanrv test results in lOmin Full Facts Choice. Methods Costs NO VPPOINTMENT NECES SARY PHEC.NVNCY COl'NSBLING SERN'ICE 2023 Paradise Mon • Sal 8 00 am 8 00 pm r HnHAMAAlMWMMMM WOBDBUS Mm IMMtCMUITM ITHIttvlTMai MUTtWUHUVf CMMfMH SAVE $ s W \TER SOFTE'MERS. new. in cartons. Cash and Carry, the best. $247, also Marine radio, telephones at super di'icounts Murray Motors 457-7273 ACW PLUS I at Krt m *Mr*M tl'tf* 'K^ < • • Cr(l *aM fwmm m tit artt IW v Nkarn Km btti(niil ktfif n m L4) vegM A inn skilled professional help, for information call • 386-5870, SKI BOAT w-small trolling motor 35 HP Evinrude $275 564 2765, or can be seen at 54 Church St.. Hdn 1974 Champion 12 x 65 mobile home. 2 bdrm 1 bath, awnings, metal shed, adult park. $1800 down, takeover pmts. ph 451-4336 aft 4 30 p m 1977 THl'NDERBIRD power steering & brakes, tilt 4 cruise, air • cond AM FM radio, new tires. $1000 It takeover pmts Very clean 5645710 BUILDING LOT 124X280 Water and power available. Location Mission and Greenway. excellent view. Priced at only $12,500 Now. Terms. 5 ACRES Paradise Hills on Foothill Drive. $34,000 Terms iCall Jess, Fidelity Realty, REALTORS 565-6427, Hen derson. ADVERTISERS PLEASE PROOF Your ad the first day in case an error occurs. The Henderson Home News will assume no responsibility after the first day of I publication. Error ( claims must be made immediately, FOR SALESears air cond 5,000 B TU, Lloyd s tape deck. Sears antique stereo. Call 293 2873 B.C BABYSITTING in my home Anytime LICENSED 565 7377 Hdn ^^^ BtakWals MOSSEFTS MASONRY OeanMosser Mason Contractor Lie. Na 14768 Henderson, Nev. Ph. 565-7628 after 6 (un. Custom Homes • Remodeling eCommercial I tm Buildmi; | fif603 W Lake Mead Dnve Rienderson, Nevada 8901 • 565 6924 Idle LKPny \o 14^031 dentidl CommcrrialJ FOR — SALE — BUILDING LOTS if Low Down Payment Easy Terms •k All Improvements CALL 734-1616 SKirs HOME REPAIR Remedling, Painting tft. S65-9349 SOON I will he vacant and lonely in my 2 story home I have plush chocolate brown carpeting throughout. 4 king Mie bedrms 2'* baths,country kitchen with every conceivable appliance and built in mic rowave oven, game room, for mal dining room and much, much more Won t you come >ee me' BARRETT* CO INC, Mis Phone 870^8155 GENE HAUGHN DOG GROOMING SHOP FOR SALE' Completely equipped For information call 565-7180 FOR RENT • Unfurnished 2 bdrm 1 bath Condominium No children or pets Avail Sept 5 $275 mo plus depsosit Ph 565 7720 Evening.s, 384 2141 OPOLLO CARPET k UPHOU STERY CLEANING SERVICE All work guaranteed 24 hr. emergency service Free estimates John D Merti Thomas I Sparks Business, 649-6324: Residence. 731 2462. BOAT FOR SAtrB'M^ ft fiberglass with 33 hp John son. In good condition with trailer. $650 or best offer 565 0675. F\IRW\Y m your lickyard Located right on the BIk Mtn Golf Course Beautiful home w brand new carpet int;, fireplace 4 it\i(nmaculate Youcantafforfllopas> this one up Priced.|B0 000 Call Realty Executiveb, 736-8551, Evenings 564-275 (208) HAIRSTYLIST WANTED St lions for rent 56^03M Hdn LICENSED CHILD CARE in my home 565-7412 Hdn MSTANTCASH lilt Iwi 3d Mtrtgage and Trutl Deeds PRAWKOZAl 3I2-2M I7(M45 .\(k your neighbor, ke knows me. FOR SALE • A belter job for your adult relative or friend who speaki English but can t read or write Volun teeri will teach and Com munlty College will furnish books and materials at no charge For more info phone Betty Scott at the Col lege 565 6945 or Evelyn Tingley 735 4524 )P' 75 H(, DA ELSINORE CR125M reinforced frame, • If shocks, front 4 rear heavy duty wheels and spokes, needs engine work $150 564 1968 MMMMMMWMMMMAMMMWI Furnished Apartment For Lease In Boulder City Attractively furnished two bedroom, one bath condo. in beautiful Boulder Square. Overlooking pool, no sun. low utility fees. Adults only. Three year lease preferable, one year minimum to responsible executive only $350. month. Write Box AAA, Box. 815, Henderson. Nev 89015. I Working will be a pleasure at i OLD VEGAS I I ^440 Boulder Highway, Henderson, i I I I I I I i I Must have owir | I I I i Credit* td.. 0*ld ir.w ..;. •„ u.^ I Nevada Experienced people only. Full & Port Time. FUU TIME POSITIONS: i ?'*'?'"•" "<^^ • • Engineer, possibly rel rZiff'"'''".*'^*' Steam train engines: I f[5^"'^''"' f^""''" *' t I If If If you'd like your bath to be a topic for conversation, there are many interesting accessories to "jazz" it up. The latest shower curtains, for instance, feature everything from crossword puzzles to graffiti as designs. Art posters, keyed to harmonize with your towels or shower curtains, can |o on walls, or the back of bathroom doors for dramatic effect. (Be sure and seal posters on both sides with clear acetate, obtainable at any art supply store.) A modern effect can be achieved m the bathroom b\ using chrome, glass and molded plastic accessories. An ctagcre of chrome is ideal for storing towels and other items, for example. You can aeate a traditional effect with synthetic velvet or brocade shower curtains and window curtaint, complemented with period-piece accessories that are readily available for the bath. A more rustic way to treat bathroom walls is to "panel" them with diagonal strips of wood (you can find these at any do-it-yourscif store) ... or, go "all-out" with elegant-looking, honcst-lo-goodness paneling. Carpeting is a good way to create a more luxurious effect in your bathroom. Kits are available for "do-ityourself customizing, or you can strive for a more unique look by sewing several small rugs together. Get the maximum decorating value out of your towels by displaying them on storage shelves instead of hiding them away in the linen closet. Install shelves over wasted space above the commode; if you're short on space, you might consider breaking through the wall between studs and installing shelves or towel bars. yc:^i:asL,iJ^ .-Tem) 3 TIMES NAMED BY GOVBV\IOR O'CAUAGHAN TO SERVE ON REGIONAL b STATE COMMITTSS PERFECT ATTBIDANCE 8 100S VOTING RECOfS M1977 "HE SPEAKS FOR YOl}** If X)xjx)x^ xf xf xf xf X)If xf xf If if Don't overlook the poMtbilities offered by vinyl wallcowingi. Vme m mtny pa((m to ciioot from > this caugory. tern* wiih matcHwg fa^nc. A little imagination and the right accessories can go a long way toward livming up that nondescript bathroom, without bankrupting the family budget. BATHROOM DCCOH Unique towel rjois and paneling ot diagonal wood sfnps are some ot the *ys you can enhance your bathroorr s eve appeal Here's Help for Ailing Houseplants: Home Sweet Home... or Apartment... or Mobile! There's no place like home ... but, home is a different place to each penon. To tome, it's an apartment in (own. It may be a small effiaency apartment, a comfortabte garden-compicx apartment, or a luxurious penthouse but. chanca arc, it'll be furnished u apentively as (he budget will allow. Apartment-dwellers often don't itint in choosing quality furnishings; where (hey are more apt to be restricted it regarding space. Homeownen may have a dift'ercn( view (oward furniihing (heir house or oondominium ... oflea ecoBomics arc a major contidera(ion and priontie* have 10 be contidertd when makiil| borne furnishings purchases. Major appliances ^^^Bl^Wy ^^^V ^HV H^Kf ^wKW other furniture perhaps falling into the garage sale or "hand-me-down" category until (he budget allows for that new sofa or bedroom suite. Yet another home lifestyle it increuingly in evidence on (he American scene, (hanks (o (he mobile home. Because of the many built-int featitred in mobile homes, more emphasis can be placed on furniture by the dweller. Budgeu and the type of mobile home — ranging from nKKkst 2-bcdroom moddt on up lo luxurious vcraont, complete with sunken (ubt and wet bars — dictate (he quality of furniture, which can again be either modcet or quite expensive. "Home"* may vary in size and type, but it ihays reflects (he dweller's values M4 Nfatyfe hi i very speaal and personal way. With the change of seaion, the green thumber's concern turns increasingly to those house plants thai enhance the home environment so much. Now's the time to be alert for signs of problems in your greenery. The right steps, taken promptly, can save a favorite plant. I t I t For instance, if you note that your plant's lower leaves are turning yellow or (hat Its stems arc becoming soft and dark in color, the plant may be getting too much water. Check to make sure that the drainage hole is not clogged; if the soil has become compacted, repot (he plant Water only when necessary; if in doubt, ask your local nursery expert's advice ir your plant's stems stretch toward the light and are growing very long, it may be receiving too little light. Patc-coiored, small l^ves on new stems are also f symp(om of (Ma same problem. The remedy is to move the plant to a brighter exposure, or closer to a window. If you are using artificial light, you may have to increase the wattage or the number of bulbs used. Browning leaf edges, with leaves ultimately dying, indicate that a plant is not receiving enough humidity. Mist the plant regularly, and place its pot on a bed of moist pebbles in a tray. If your plant seems (o grow rapidly, but later wilts and develops a white crust of built-up salts, you're giving it too much fertilizer. Water (he plant thoroughly (o dissolve built-up salts, rewatering within half an hour (0 wash out the salts through pot's drainage hole On the other hand, plants (hat fade to a pale green, with lower leaves turning yellow, may be getting too little fertilizer Small, new leaves or no growth at all are other indications of (his condidoQ. "^

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  • MlST MTiOMi '• • UOi. • "It*'.' JiKii tmc CDIT ONE OF THE WORLD S LARGEST AUTOMOBILE DEALERS L i i k % ,^-^\. This newspaper endorses the following for the NoYember runoff For Congress Jim Soirtinl For Govomor John Foley For Lt. Governor Myron Leovitt For Troosorer Stan Colton For AttorMy General Richard Bryan ECEIV, SEP 11 191 To Prosecute Young F lEVADA CARSON wmW'^ X For Stole Senate Jim Gibson For State AsseaAly Henderson Boulder Henderson Boulder Jock Jeffrey For StotB Assembly Henderson Floyd Osbonie For IKstrict AttomeyL.. George Franklin For Sheriff Ralph lamb For Coonty Assessor Gene Dutton For Distrkt Mfo Bob Legokes City Attorney KonI Dawson taid yoslordoy chorgto ogainit Jack Young and hie family ore valid chorgot and thoy will be pretocutod in mwfiii|Nil cowrt in mid Soptombor. Yewng, hit wife, and ton wero choffod with ttvorol offonsot after o Henderton Police Lieutenant, Robert Mothony, went to toll them of the death of their 17 year • old ion in the State of Washington and becomo involved in a dispute at thoif home. Young wot charged with interforring with a police officer and resitting arrott end the mother and 1S year • old ton with bottery. The Youngs wore uptot when tho officer told thoir ton of (ho death before they had a chcince te tell him themselves. >tftte L ibrRry H-^ or. ::Mty, RT. 89701 Dawton sold he rooliied it hod to bo on emotional tinte for the Young family, on the othor hand ho said they were "perfectly valid chargos and the city would be tubjoct te the law suite if it dropped the chargos See YOUNG oon on page 2 B 1 mani innnm ciitu ^^Y ^ ^ "^ ^fjiZ^i^ WITH WIIKLY fHOrraiS WHICH INCLUDi MIKHANTI' MItSAOIS THAT SlltVI ALL 10,000 HOMIS IN THi HINMRSON-tOULDM CITY ARIA. Our 30th Year 72nd Edition HENDERSON NEVADA PHONE S4-1881-AU Departments PRICE 1S CENTS Tliunday Soptombor 7, 1978 6,793 Voters to Go to Polls Tnesday SANCHEZ HONORED — Mayor Pre Tom Phil Stout it thown pretonting a posthumous award for Monuoi Sanchox, Jr., to Monuoi Sonehoz, Sr. ot tho city council mooting Men. night. Sanchez torvod on the city civil tervico board. Manuel Sanchez, Jr., Honored Posthumously By City Council Manuel Sanchez, Jr., who served on the city's civil service board for seven years, was honored posthumously by the city council Monday night when Mayor Pro Tern Phil Stout presented a plaque from the city to his father, Manuel Sanchez, Sr. The resolution approved by the bity council stipulated that Sanchez was appointed to the civil service board on July 6, 1971 and served well and faithfully on the board until July, 1978 at the time of his death. resolution states, The "Whereas. Manuel Sanchez, Jr., through his seven years of service to the City of Henderson, as a member of the Civil Service Board, did, in his quiet, unassuming manner, help that board maintain its objectivity and perform a valuable service to the community." it also states that the council expressed its grief at the untimely death of Sanchez and "does state the city of Henderson is a better place because of Manuel living and working here and is aware of its loss due to his passing." Two Ordinonces Set For Council Qiscussion Mondoy Night J Two proposed ordinances will be discussed by the city council in committee next Monday night, and dealing with the carrying of mace or other bludgeoning devices, and the other with extending curfew hours for those of ages 16 and over. The ordinance controlling the possession or carrying of mace, numb chuck, truncheon or other bludgeoning device, requires the person in possession to have written permission to possess it tnm the Chief of Police. "Such permission shall only be given upon the determination the person applying therefore is of good moral is a bona fide exhibitor of character and collector of weapons." The fine is up to $500 and or imprisonment up to six months. The ordinance dealing with extending the curfew changes it to provide that on all school holidays and during the days of summer vacation, the curfew will be extendecd to midnight for all people between the4iesofl6and 18. The ordinance was protested by parents when it included children from 14 years of age. The council voted to change the age to 16 so the ordinance had to be re^advertised and sent back to committee. Citizens Protest Burkholder Speed Limits By Mary Stafford "How many of you have driven down Burkholder Boulevard?" asked Gordon Cottrell of the city council and city staff members present at Tuesday nights meeting. Most all raised their hands. Cottrell appeared before the council to explain the plight of many of the residents of the area through which Burkholder Blvdoruns. They feared for the safety of their children who must cross the street to Taylor Elementary School because of the 45 mile per hour speed limit. Cottrell first thanked the city for making an effort to make the street safer for the childen. "There was no crossing guard scheduled three is one there now. No school crossing signs were posted now there is and flashing yellow lights will be installed," he said but continued, "people did not move there (area) to be thwarted by a 45 mph street." "The crosswalk is ii\a blind 5pot if you are coming from ^ Lake Mead Drive," he explained noting that as you come around the cruve you are immediately upon the school zone. "No sidewalk is provided for children walking down both sides of the street and two-thirds to three quarters of the children have to cross that road to get to the school, park or churches." His comment that the speed zones on that particular stretch of road from Lake Mead to Center Street run 35. 45,25 and 35 drew some laughter from the audience, Cottrell presented a petition signed by 145 people who are in opposition to the 45 mph speed limit and requesting that it be lowered to 35 mph. Mayor Pro-tern Phil Stout explained that the street was built by the Regional Streets and Highways and the overall 45mph speed limit is in the contractural agreement with them since they paid for the y^treet. "We can take the problem to the Regional Streets and Highways and they'll change It," Stout said with great certainty. Following comments and further discussion from other residents of the area the Council make a motion to recommend a maximum speed limt of 35 miles per hour with 115 mile per hour limit in the school zone from crosswalk to Approximately 6,793 registered voters of Henderson and 4,376 from Boulder City, will go to the polls Tuesday to select can-. didotes for the general election^ on Nov. 7. For Governor, Democrats will select from Dick Carter, John Foley, Ken Hillman, Paul Holder, Carl Hunt, Bob Rose, Jack Schofield, Albert D. Villtr. Republican Gubernatorial candidates include William C. Allen, Fred N. Belcher, Robert List, Patrick Mylon. Jim Santini, incumbent for congress, will be opposed by Cal Wetton en the Democratic ticket and Sam Cavnar, Martin Hof* fenblum and Bill O'Mara on the Republican side. ;vwi Lieutenant Governor races for the Democrats include Olga Bend Covellil, Myron Leovitt, and Roger D. Williams. On the Republican sida there ore Robert W. Boyd ond DeVoe Heoton. On the local legislative level, the race that has attracted the most attention is the Democratic primary for Senate District No. 1 between incumbent Senator James I. Gibson, challenged by Robert J. Glastburn. Assemblyman Nash M. Sena is -being challenged in the Democroctic primary by Hoss AAelton and Floyd E. Osborn for Assembly District No. 21. In Assembly District 22, Assemblyman Jock Jeffrey is having his seat challenged by Gene Segerblom of Boulder City. A four-way race for the Justice of the Peace will eliminate two for the general election in the non partisan race. Incumbent Larry Tabony is being challenged by former JP Delwin C. Potter, along with Bill Hendrix and Harry K. Koire. The polls will open at 7 a.m. and close at 7 p.m. ^ CmZBIS PROTEST Com on piQi 2 Mail To Be Delivered In Green Valley Mail delivery will begin in| the Green Valley area of Hen derson Oct. 7, according tol Henderson Postmaster Joej Rodriguez. The people in Green Valley, which is adjacent to the Paradise Valley Country Club, have previouslv had Las Vegas address. Rodrigued said the address will now be Henderson with a Henderson zip code. The Postmaster said an additional carrier has been hired to deliver the mail in that area. i