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1978-11-21 - Henderson Home News

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1978-11-21 - Henderson Home News
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SKWiiimj::^ >•?. State Library HJ r^rion 01 ty, Vr. 69701 HOLD PRESS CONFERENCE Thr Nevada Democratic Assemblymen held o press conference last week at the Las Vegas Press Club at which time they exploined why their group is seeking to hah lobbyist's control on the legislature. Pictured from left are: Jack Jeffrey, of Henderson, Robert Borengo, of Reno, and Dr.' Robert Robinson of Los Vegas. With the preeent kwation eicepted, many placct'on Frfcby wUI be closed tincc Governor 0*Cllaghan dechued Friday aa • holiday to rccnperate from Thoreday. Even the achool kida will be whoophig it op, glad to get oat of school for a four-day holiday. Bet until the veek>end, thbiga go OB as ganal. Tneaday night the Parka and Recreetlon board meets at 6 p.m. On Wed. night the plannfaig rommiash>n meets. Last night the city conncO met. This weekend, the indoor Bwlmmlng pool will be the accne of an indoor Invitatiooal swim meet whkrh will bring kkla from all the weatera atatea around. Sey what ysir'want about the city's pool, the people from Calif., Ariz., and Nevada, thbik it*s the finest place for a swim meet and they all like to come here, it is getting to be one of the biggest eventa in the city. And with the new motel under cooatnKtkm on Lake Mead and Water Street, that wUI give the people more places to stay. Speaking of motela • leada on to hoemin9 but firefighters quickly coma to the scene ond hod the Homes axthiguishtd in short order. Rev. Bob Rickords soid ho wos ot the church when the fire broko out. "Ptomes wore shooting out of the vent in the sontvory ond in the offko." The fire wos bolievod to be oioctricol in nature and stortod in one of the two fumocot in tho •onctuory. Domogo wos not oxtemhro ond consisted ntoirtly of Mtoke domage. Dissident Demos ^eeK lo nait Lobbyisf s Control "We have no personal purpose...it's an issue of organizing our own house..using the best people for positions...the right people doing Ihe jobs," emphasized Dr.'Robert Robinson, Assemblyman from Las Vegas, last week during a press conference called by a grotip calling themselves dissident Democrats. Assemblymen Jack Jeffrey of Henderson, Robert Barengo of Reno and Robinson are opposed to the candidacy of Assetnblyman Paul May of North Las Vegas for Assembly Speaker because they feel he is backed by lobbyists Charlie Bell and Jim Joyce. "The only one who makes every effort to organize (the legislature) is Charlie Bell. His only purpose is to enable him to get whatever snake oil bill he wants through. He's the man we're after," said Robinson. "It's a little late to denounce Bell now. ..his fingerprints are all over the package as put together. "This is an issuethe Democrats have to clean up," RobinSee i)EMOS Cont on (age 2 WITH WHKIT IHO^naS WHKH INCIUM MIKHANTS' MIUAOIS THAT MIVI All 10,000 HOMIS IN THi HINDiliON tOUlDII CrTT AH*. NENDCUON >l:\*DA PHOVt H4 IHHI -411 DtlMrlmrnls PRH I ISflNTS mile off the Boulder Highway on the right side of the road as one drives toward the airport. Phase one of the building complex will house Las Vegas Scenery studios in a 50,000 square foot building. The company designs, builds and stores scenery for television shows^ motion pictures, conventions and night club shows. This is the firm that has done the Jerry Lewis Telethon, the Easter Seal Telethon, the Ann Margaret club show, Bobby Gentry and many others, h is a Nevada Corporation owned and operated by Tom Curl. Phase one also includes a 25,000 square foot building for Tran^American Video. Inc., of Nevada, which is the world's largest mobile television facilities company. Maury Stevens is president of this firm that supplies manpower, cameras, video tape recorders and all electronic equipment to videotape or televise live. Also included in phase one is a 20,000 square foot building for Cinema Services, a Nevada Corp. headed by James Brennan, which supplies electrical equipment for use on television shows, motion pictures, conventions and night club shows. Our 30th Year 9Ut Edition Tuesday, November 21, 1978 Winner's Circle Ok'd for Gaming By Mary Stofford "I feel very good. ..I'm happy for me and for my family," said Raymond "Mario" Marino, co-owner of the soon to open Winner's Circle Sports Lounge in Henderson. "I would like to say thanks for all the support of my friends in Las Vegas and around the country for the many letters of recommendation they wrote for me...both personal and business friends. "I am also thankful for the faith shown in me by Sands casino manager Harry Goodheart and all the Sands Hotel management." The Nevada Gaming Com. mission voted last Thursday, following an afternoon of testimony, to grant a one-year limited gaming license to MariBO for his sports lounge. The Gaming Control Board had recommended that Marion, 50, longtime Las Vegas resident, be denied the license based on his alleged association with Carlos Marcello, reputed kingpin of the New Orleans, Louisianna, Mafia. Frank Schreck, Marino's attorney, said he had to turn away witnesses anxious to testify to Marino's honesty, integrity and hard work." A physician and a clergyman were called as character witnesses while Schreck presented 75 letters from Marino's out-of-state friends, along with a petition carrying 250 signatures of local residents. Schreck said the relationship between his client and Marcello was as "a family acquaintance" established during the Depression. Marino agreed to break off all contact with Marcello. He told the Gaming Commissioners he never made any appointments to see Marcello and encountered him only in New Orleans restaurants, many years ago when a busboy or waiting on him. More recently it was limited to little more than a greeting when they met publicly. Commissioners voted 4-0 for Marino, but Chairman Harry Reid did not take part in the deliberations because of a "close and intimate" 15 year relationship with the Marino family. In an interview with the HOME NEWS the day following the hearing, the happy Marino announced an anticipated opening of the Winner's Circle restaurant and bar for December 27. "We will have a 24 hour restaurant," he explained, "with special dinner items along with a full Chinese menu." The opening for the casino is scheduled for New Year's Day at 12:01 a.m. It has taken two years for Marino to reach this point with his casino...one full year alone in the renovating of the former 88 cent store at 46 Water St. Marino explained he has New Conponies Looking ot Henderson "Six to eight companies are showing a definite and sincere interest in our community." reported Don Dawson. coordinator of the Association of Henderson Industrial Trades, to. members during their quarterly meeting last Friday. "Some are not large. ..but they are all good companies." Dawson continued to tell that A-HIT was conducting a pilot program "...a promo-, tional advertising campaign in an industrial midwestern city. "The ad will appear in their Sunday paper and we'll see if this type of advertising will bring about any inquiries concerning Henderson." Guest speaker Robert McNeil, terminal manager for Milne Truck Lines, related that his company is 63 years old and based in Salt Lake City. "We're not one of the largest trucking lines in size," he explained. "Size wise we'd rank about 125 from the top..but we're number one in Nevada because we give the best service." The line operates in the Southwest area and services the ten fastest growing cities in that area. "When we started growing. we started growing." "McNeil told that three • years ago they had only one truck a day coming to Henderson. "One year ago there were two trucks a day.in the past nine months we have four to five trucks a day coming to Henderson." His advice to new industry who will be needing the services of a trucking line is to ask ahead of time, "What is it going to cost us for transportation? "Costs are the biggest thing to look at. Look ahead...set up a rate structure. If you don't plan ahead, you could lose money the first couple of months.and don't forget, any rate can be lowered." worked in the food and beverage business for 35 years, slarting in 1943 as a busboy in the New Orleans area and later as a waiter. From 1950 to 52 he worked at the famed Shamrock Hotel in Houston, Texas in the banquet department and later became assistant captain in that dept. "That s where I learned the business," he said. In 1952 he was advised by his doctor to move to a different climate for his health...a pro+ilem caused by a concussion he received while serving in the Armed Forces afnd also a severe sinus condition. "So that year I came to Las Vegas and started working at the Sands Hotel and I've been there ever since. "I've been working all my life," Marino said, "...for many years 16 hours a day, seven days a week, til I've been elevated to the highest position." He said that when the time comes to start filling positions for the Winner's Circle, he wants Henderson applicants if possible. "I'm in Henderson to stay," he said, "and I'm even contemplating moving my residence here." Marino concluded that his "big aim" is to build a hotel...the biggest and finest for Henderson. "I own 25 acres on the corner of .Major and Boulder Highway and that's where I'll build my hotel. ..a Ramada Inn Jack Young ChargesMatheny Hearing Delayed Charges against Jack Young, incurred when a Henderson Police Lieutenant came to his home to deliver a death notice about his son, have been postponed to Dec. 6 for municipal court. Young was charged with disorderly con^ct. resisting arrest and interferring with a police officer, and his wife was also charged in the altercation that occurred. A civil service hearing against Police Lieutenant Bob Matheny was also postponed to Dec. 5 at 6 p.m. in the city council chambers. The charges were brought against Matheny by I'oung. Janice Wiese, personnel director for the city, said that this will be the only extension allowed on the Matheny case. Sh said rt was extended at the request of Young's Attorney. The court hearing against Young has also been postponed several times. ^ f

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Six New Prpjecis Receive Approval Thp City Council approved six architectural reviews at their special meeting Monday night. A photo booth was okeyed for the Henderson Plaza on Boulder Highway to be located on the parking lot at the frontage road in the Safeway Shopping Center. The recently opened Bingo Bam, located on North Boulder Highway in the former Market Basket building, will soon be sporting a sign on an existing pole at the former Texaco Station to advertise the new business^as well as their ^ri lood, slots and "21." Approval was also given, at the request of Fr. Caesar Cavigiia of St. Peter's Catholic Church, for the new child cart facility to be located on Case Parkway. Nick Lathuris of Nick's Supper Gub. 15 Lake Mead Drive, received approval for a new addition to the present building I which will be 30 feet by 120 feet, h will front on Lake Mead Drive and will abut the adjacent concrete block industrial building. The building as presently constructed has sufficient parking but with the addition will require 42 spaces. To provide for the additional parking spaces the doctor's offices site will provide parking space after 5^.m. A mini-storage warehouse, to be located on the comer of Athol Street and Barrett, behind the 7-11 store, was approved for Carolina Sales, Inc. The area is zoned M-1 which allows for warehousing. The site will include nine warehouse buildings in the future and there is ample service parking. The last item to be approved was a proposed fourplex dwelling to be locafed on Bruce Way off Center Street. Daniel Anderson of Las Vegas was the petitioner. Slots Approved for Old Veqos Old West. Corp, operators of Old Vegas, received unanimous approval of the Nevada Gaming Commission last Thursday' to operate an "^unrestricted slot operation at their Old Vegas Family Fun Park. The recommendation'followed on the heels of a splitvote recommendation from the Gaming Control Board. — Board members had expressed concern about a business arrangement between Old West Vice President Cecil Simmons and reputed underV, world figure Morris B. Dalitz. Datflz, one-time co-ownerof the De.sert Inn Hotel, loaned $30,000 to Simmons in 1975 at no interest. Simmons testified he used the money to pay off a gambling debt and make an oil investment. Dalitz was named at a Congressional committee several years ago as an organized crime figure and he was included in a list of purported underworld figures prepared by the California Attorney General's office "I am sure he (Simmons) won't borrow any more money from Mr. Dalitz," Simmon's attorney, Frank Schreck told the board. — The Gaming Commission, in addition to approving Simmons' 4.2 percent interest in Old Vegas, also approved Robert E. Shelton as President with 3.5 percent; Jerry E. Blackwell. 7 percent; Johnny Mitchell, 5,6 percent; Ellison Miles, 4.2 percent; and .Arthur Lurie. 7 percent. Thomas B. Glennon was licensed as controller with no percentage of ownership. Old Tucson was listed as principal owner with 80.4 percent of Old Vegas. I I I I Ed Rogers (Center) special project engineer, for Kerr • AAcGoe Chemical Corporation is being congratulated for hit 20 yean of Mrvice with the cempony by Chuck Armttreng (right) plant managor. till Voerheis (left) alto congrotulotet Ed on hit long lorvico with the company. Hendprson Home News \, 19S1 Published every Tuesday and Thursday morning at 22 Water Street. Henderson, Nevada 88105. Ph 564-1881 MOItr ZiNO^ • Editor t Publithr lemo KMtarMn Mona9in9 Editor A OefMral MonafiT Mary Stafford • Ediioriol StoM Hoppy ^roWo Advoftitinf Manogor I McKoo Circulotton Monoyor, 565-84)7 Entered at the poft offtcc in Henderson. Nevada. as second class matter on June 1.1961 SUasCRIPTIAN RATU SM#*Cf OwTMT la TM S IN *iL stiascnimoNs 0M r MlMiMipfi Rl**r tarn tl Mm m i y pi RKOT vmtmnn wrnfunv DBWOS Com from py 1 son continued. "I think the lobbyists are very involved with May's candidacy..they're all over the state...it's something we have to do ourselves." He also pointed out that this issue has nothing to do with the ERA or consolidation. Barengo. who has announced himself as candidate for speaker, was the sponsor of the Equal Rights Amendment in the Nevada State Legislature. "May got stuck in this, kind of like aii engineer who lost control of the railroad." Jeffrey, who has been mentioned as a possible alterriate candidate^ said "We've been talking about this thing for four months. In fact, I was counted as one of Paul's (May) supporters .but I'm not happy with what's going on in the organization of the Assembly. "I don't care who's speaker. I'm just concerned with who is going to organize the Assembly and how it's going to be run." Jeffrey admitted that if his group loses they will undoubtedly be put in some minor role.; "As far as I'm concerned," he continued, "Paul's a friend of mine...he's a Nevadan...he's concerned about the state...though I don't know if he feels the same about me right now." Reno attorney Barengo noted he "could not serve in a group put together by lobbists. If you don't like what's going on, you try to change it He said he would be more than willing to compromise with May if he would repudiate his connection with the lobbyists He explained that the danger of the lobbyists is that people tend to feel in order to get bills passed they must pay large amounts of money. Robinson said their group had 12 members while the May camp has 14. However, he noted it takes 21 votes to elect the speaker "The group of 14 Republicans can't elect a .speaker Robinson was critical of the apparent committee makeup for next year's session. He used the Commerce committee as an example. Henderson Assemblyman .Nash Sena would be chairman with Karen Hayes, Lonie Chaney. Nick Horn and Lloyd .Mann as committee members. "Not one businessman on the committee." he noted. "All are fine legislators but their talents are being wasted. People in education could better serve on an educational committee. "Some lobbyists have veto power on who can sit on committees." Barengo said that Democrats from the May camp have already begun to contact Republicans and ask them to support May. The Barengo group, how' ever, will ijot go after the Republican<> until after the Democratic caucus called for Nov.27 at the Las Vegas Convention Center which promises to be a stormy session. "If we have to take coalition we will, but we're not in favor of It." Jeffrey concluded saying "We'd rather try to work it out with the Democrats." NEWS DESK .^fL^. We live on Fir Street, wMcb uiually comet oat FInt Street. Tbea eooie people who live ea Ftflk Street, migbl (hiiili U'l Fir [wHb a lisp.I ThoB there'sl^crth StreM. Aayway, h tuw eat, •• • • people Want Kola dMngcd to Drake. Other* waai a portion of Ccater changed to Maaa Lane, aod Perth changed to Panwaa. So there yon go Tueidoy, Novemher 21, If 71 —Information For You! Henderson Projects Reviewed HENDERSON'S COMMITMENT TO PROGRESS was confirined in the recent election when voters gave a 60% approval to the $5.5 million water and sewer bond issues. Design work will begin immediately, with plans to bid the first of the projects next spring. Every effort will be made to issue the bonds at times when the bond market is favorable. FINAL WORD on the PUtmaif Improvement Project is awaited so a formal ground breaking for these community improvements can be held; survey and design work are already underway. In addition we have been advised the $58,(X)0 in state funds for the Wells Park improvement have l)een approved. This will mean a total $100,000 plu, park improvement will also be underway in the next several months. FIRE STATION NO. 3 OPENED TH<^ WEEK, after many delays due to construction problems at the station and late delivery of the fire truck. An informal open house will be scheduled in the near future. The one million gallon R-4 WATER RESERVOIR is now under construction. This federally funded reservoir is located at the south end of Greenway. and will supply^" flow and pressure to Mission Hills and surrounding areas' until the three million gallon reservoir, approved in the bond issue, can be constructed. Contracts for construction of O'CALLAGHAN PARK, PHASE III have been let. This includes restrooms. landFive Public scaping, parking lot paving, etc. New bids are being sought on the playground equipment. The City Council, upon withdrawing plans to extend Pacific Avenue on through to Boulder Highway, directed that HORIZON DRIVE be looped on around to Highway 41. Work on this final alignment and right of way requirements has been proceeding, and information has been forwarded to the Regional Streets and Highways agency. It is possible this CQuld be under construction within a year. Henderson "201 SEWER FACILITIES PLAN" is nearing completion by URS Company. This will detail our sewage treatment needs through the year 2.000. CONSTRUCTION EVERYWHERE was what the 200 plus people saw who went on the "Happening In Henderson" tour in mid October. It continues, with total construction permits through October at $49.4 million ($22 million same time last year), including over 1.000 new living units. It is continuing, with $4.8 million issued in the first ten days of November. RECENT CONSTRUCTION STARTS include Henderson Casa Linda (near Basic High); K Mart (Boulder Highway); Camarlo Park (Sunset Road); Buster Brown (Sunset and Mt. Vista); Lake Mead Motel (Water Street and Lake Mead); and the St. Rose de Lima Office Building (Lake Mead). RECENT OPENINGS include the Sonic Drive In and Sambo's (Boulder Highway); Green Valley Market (Green Valley Parkway); Old Vegas (Boulder Highway); and the Bingo Barn (Boulder Highway). The layout for CIVIC CENTER PLAZA has been completed by Jack Miller and Associates, and will come before the City Council for concept approval on November 20th. This will be a twelve acre "people orientied" plaza where citizens can conduct business with public agencies. Through use of a single architectural theme, it is hoped this can become a focal point for the entire Henderson area. BUSY TIMES are ahead the next few months as City Hall attempts not only to keep up with the daily problems of community growth, but also: prepares a $10 million budget for 1979-80; negotiates collective bargaining agreements with the six unions representing City personnel; tracks the events taking place in Carson City during the next Legislature; gets underway the many projects recently approved through federal funds and bond issues. NOTABLE QUOTE: "Henderson will become the hub of the entire area. Henderson can do nothing but grow." Herb Kaufman. LORIN L. WILLIAMS, MAYOR PHfL STOUT, COUNCILMAN GARY PRICE, COUNCILMAN LORNA KESTERSON, COUNCILWOMAN "CARLTON D LAWRENCE. COUNCILMAN BOB CAMPBELL, CITY MANAGER He.ri.H,s i:wPw|>eih)T(ixe Five public hearings on zone changes and a use permit will be discussed by the Henderson Planning Commission at its regular meeting Wed. at 8 p.m. in the planning commission chambers. One public hearing is on a request from William L. Graham. Jr., of Las Vegas, for a zone change and use permit to provide for construction of a church and cemetery on approximately ten acres located in section 22. near Gibson Road and Pantera Street. A public hearing is also being held on a request from Jim Jensen. 157 Ivy, for IV4 acres located in section 17 at Major Street and Coronado Drive for apartments. Charles R. Trueworthy, 118 Minor St., has requested a zone change from R-2 to C-2, for property generlilly located between Pacific, Water and Texas Streets, in the Henderson Townsite. A request from Mile High Associates of Salt Lake City, Utah, represented by El more C. Bacon, 1580 Desert Inn, Las Vegas, is for a zone change from R-R (rural residence) to C-2 General commercial, for property on Boulder Highway, north of Lake Mead Drive. Architectural review of a sign for Skyline Casino will be discussed. A final map of Highland Hills for unit 12 by Cbism Homes, for a 97 lot subdivision on 21 acres of land in section 29, will be presented. Leonard and Neva Creasy, 507 Pueblo Blvd.. have requested the vacation of Belfast Street as it exists between Geneva and Firth Streets in section4. A discussion will be held on the parks and recreation proposed parks plan HaPotiu Proposition .13 in Calif, and possibly Amendment 6 in Nevada. and similar legislation nationwide, has financially hit the parks and, recreation departments throughout the United States, Dundee Jones, city recreation director, told the parks and recreetion board recently. Jones said one adjustment that is being made to compensate for the loss of funds in the parks and recreation departments are initiating revenue producing programs and activities in facilities. He explained that in Alabama, one city has an entire park where users pay fees for miniature golf. wave pool, bike and hiking trails. tennis courts, ice skating, and others. All are on a pay basis to make money to help support other programs. Jones said that there are several possibilities available in this area. Land could be developed into a sports complex. He said a developer could build a complex and sell tickets to semi-professional softball tournaments on weekends, and the department could use the facility during the week. The city of Noith Miami, be said, is developing a S30 million project on a landfill site on 300 acres through munisport corporation. Within the next 12 months it should be devebped with two golf courses, tennis courts, and club houses. At the present time the Muni-Sport' company is charging people to come in and dispose of their refuse, plus assuming the cost for developing the area. After 30 years the developed land will be^ turned over to the city. Jones told the board that he has an appointment with a man to discuss a shooting range. The range would handle trap and skeet, pistol, archery, highpower rifle, plus Olympic type shooting at 600 yards. If the gentlemen can get his investors interested, there could be unlimited possibilities for the City of Henderson, if a site can be designated. The board requested that the man be contacted and invited to attend a parks and recreation board meeting to make a presentation. Gazebo William Ard. representing the Kiwanis club^^told the group they are interested in building a gazebo in one of the city's parks similar to the one in Boulder City. He estimated the eost at S30,000, to $35,000. Ard said the Kiwanis club is interested in sponsoring the facility, but needs more assistance from matching funds and government grants. A parks recreation plan wu presented by David DuBiel, senior planner with the planning department. Selected sites depend on where the expected growth in the population is. IWiPH • • • iCW^'JII* flL.wSHS'J Masons Reta) ironi Conhb — Howard Giles, Secret-^ ary of Mt. Moriah Lodge. Clarence Shed, Master Thomas Tniex. Senior Warden. Staflley Willliams. Junior Warden K and Duane laubach. Grand Lodge Officor returned from Hawthorne where they attended Grand Lodge. HandarMn HMIM NWI, Hndnon, Ntvado Basic BoMilers Bounce Boulder The Basic bowling team, coming off a big win against Boulder City, faces Vo-Tech today at 3 p.m. at Showboat Lanes. The Wolves swept Boulder, Thursday, as the Eagles could field only one fiill contingent of players, that being .^he boys' varsity team. Bi^won that division han4Uy. knocking down the Eagles. 2353-2027. Senior Randy Ravenscraft rolled an amazing 259 in his second game and posted a series score of 601, the best scores of the season for Basic. John Werner contributed a 519 series. The Basic girls' varsity had an even easier time because Boulder had only three giris bowling, Basic scored 2123 total pins to Boulder's 852. Consistent DawnHer bowled a 212 game and 526 series for the Wolves. Brenda Fitzgerald, in her second match of the season for Basic, came through with a 456 series. Boulder had to forfeit both junior varsity matches for lack of bowlers. The J.V, Iwys' team went on to roll -a score of 2103. a better score than Boulder's varsity managed. • Jeff Harris led the Basic J.V.'s with 410 pins. The J.V. girls rolled up a 1656 tally. Lenis Keller leading the way with a 360 series. The Wolves did not fare so well against Rancho, Tuesday. The Rams swept the varsity boys' match 4-0 and won the varsity giris' contest 3-1. despite Uer's 537 series and Fitzgerald's 522 series. In the J.V. division. Rancho beat Basic's girls 4-0, and topped the -boys' team 3-1, Harris rolled a 536 series for Basic in the loss. Going into today's match, the varsity boys have a 7-13 recordi and the varsity girls are 13-7. The J.V. boys are 10-10. and the J.V. girls are8-12. At this point the varsity girls are in contention for a top spot in the Susnrise Division. Utter TO THE Editor: Tuttdoy, Novecnber 21, 1978 Instmcln's Wanted Henderson Student to Benefit from Bob Taylor Golf Schobrship Tourney Dear Mr. Stout, The Faculty ofC.T. Sewell would like to thank the Henderson Expo Committee and Alice Stegman for allowing us to share out students'-work with the community. The children were delighted with their ribbons. Mrs. Stegman did an excellent job of organizing the Crafts and Mini-fair show at the Expo fair. We are looking forward to the fair next year. Nancy Campbell C.T. Sewell Faculty President GemChib to Meet To The Editor: 1 really appreciated the article "Tax RevoltCrisis or Opportunity?" by city manager Bob Campbell (Henderson News. 11/16/78). Am glad of his concern for the will and wishes of the people and I siriderely hope that he.and others in our local government will do their utmost to give the people of Henderson the finest of service, and to eliminate all inefficiencies and duplication...event perhaps ai great sacrifice! The people "have spoken! The people want good, honest, efficient, and productive government! This means that every one of us must give our very best—and more! This will be an easy and pleasant task if we are willing to be motivated by the love and power t^ Jesus Christ! Rev Lou Sorabella If you have a special talent that you want to share, the Henderson Parks and Jtecretion Department is in the process of taking applications for those persons interested in instructing classes for six-week periods beginning the middle of January. If you are interested in applying call 565-8921 ext. 34 Monday thru Friday, or 565-6059 after 5 p.ijt: IXWM. ARE YOU BUYING BOHLED WATER AT 65* OR 70' A GAL. ? Distill your own for approximately 5' a gallon with a pure water company distiller. ^ Ed Harwood • Consumer AppiiarKe USE. Lakt Meod (next to 7-11) ii-i ..iKiiy' Watermelons grown itong the Tigris River hae been known to reach at much as 275 pounds. Local golfers and-nongolfers alike have a chance this weekend to help send a Henderson youth to college. The fifth annual Bob Taylor Golf Scholarship Tournament is this Sunday. -Proceeds from the tournament will go into a scholarship fund for a deserving Henderson student who has shown an interest in golf. Four Henderson youth have received the scholarship so far. The first was Jracy Haag, who attends BYU. then it was Steve Kirk, who followed Haag to BYU. Keith Harward followed, and he attends Nevada Southern. Last year's winner was Skip Tabar. a student of Arizona State. Entry fee for the tournament is S20 for adults 'and $3 for students. Those ^ho cannot participate in_ The tournament but wish to contribute to the fund may send a donation to the Bob Taylor Golf Scholarship Fund, 501 Country Club Drive, Henderson. 89015. Adults will play at full handicap in four flights. Three gross and three net trophies will be awarded in each flight, and there will be one overall trophy. Students will be flighted by age group, and there will be trophies for the best boy and girt in each age group. In addition, the youngest giri and the youngest boy to enter yvill win trophies. The tournament originated five years ago as a tribute to Bob Taylor, who has given much to the youth of Henderson and Clark County. It was Taylor and Henry Moore who first started golf in Clark County High Schools. Taylor says, "I used to coach the kids, and 1 have always seen to it that kids who were interested in golfing were supplied with clubs and equipment." Taylor says he had nothing to do with starting the tournament that bears his name, but he does take an active part in promoting it now. Jerry Deane, a graduate of Basic High School, will try to defend his overall title earned last year. He has won the tourney twice. Bob Hamilton and Randy Connell are the two other past overall champions. Last year. Tom Moore of Las Vegas won the overall student title. Taylor has never won the tournament, but he has finished second in it once. About 100 people entered last year's tournament. Cbristmos Bozoor Dec. 2 The 6th Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.. Cholla Street Chapel, will have a Christmas Bazaar on Saturday, December 2 at 6 p.m. The bazaar will be held at the Cholla Street Chapel and will feature handmade items such as quilts, toys, dish towels, pillow cases and many, many more gift ideas. There will also be a white elephant table, homemade goodies with food and fun for all. Admission to the bazaar is free. Do your Christmas shopping the easy way by visiting our bazaar. Cadet to be Honored By CAP Civil Air Patrol Cadet of the Year, will be held Monday. Dec. 2, in the ballroom of the Las Vegas Hilton Hotel, the combined membership of the Air Force Association and the Association of Old Crows will be the hosts of the event. General T.R. Milton will be the guest speaker at the affair which will be preceeded by a cocktail hour commencing at 7 Moitwitcb6trtptird0fi prmlMB. W carry alt linas of Timax wHdiat. Qood Mine uipeiMi. HemOMMiKtaktoilML Ivv MHty 114. WMI ^wMH „ • Clark County Gem Collectors, Inc. Will meet December 5th at 6:3 ;0 p.m. at Lorenzi Park Garden Club Building, Twin Lakes B)vd. at Washington. This will be our Christmas Party with potluck dinner. Members free and guests welcome at S2.50 each. No gift exchange.Come share the Holiday spirit with us. Respectfully, Merle Coutant-Publicity Chairperson _734.8231. 20% OFF Plan-O-MatiC Microwave Oven nnetl yoit CR bay! G'Keefe & Merritt Microwave Ovtns — Phiico Color TV — Kalvinator Refrigerator A Freezers ED HARWOOD CONSUMER APPllANa 118 E. Lake Mead (next to 7-11 store) 564-2210 yiSA' • Piar\-OMatic cooking • Built-in browning • Automaiic de'roaimotd • Auiomahc lemperatuii prOt>e • Digilat reMout'Clock • Full si/e ovtn cpcily • 10 automatic settings including stew Simmer, iieep warm Over 181 reasons tocometo Saiiibo^ Grand Opening p.m. and followed by dinner and program at 8 p.m. For information regarding tickets, which are priced at SI3 per person or S25 per couple, contact any of the following officers of the two organizations: Bruce Evans-4582871; Juan Sotomayer-873 2500 ; Dick Hepworth-878 1116; Jerry JohnSoa-7350822: Bill Deming-7321056; Rezk Mohamed-7343218, For breakfast lunch and dinner. Sambos wel comes you with 181 delicious items to choose from. And for kids 12 and under, there's our special Tiger Menu feattuing 35C hot dogs and hamburgers and kids' dinners for only $ 1.00 RESTAURANTS i) Just what the fimily orlered. ^ Seven days a wieek, any time day or night. Sambo's welcomes you with f>^ prompt, friendly service, a wide choice of yoiu* favorite meals and prices that still inake sense. All good reasons to come to Sambo's grand opening. 316 N. Boulder Highway, Henderson A i^£l_ .^tti

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Six New Prpjecis Receive Approval Thp City Council approved six architectural reviews at their special meeting Monday night. A photo booth was okeyed for the Henderson Plaza on Boulder Highway to be located on the parking lot at the frontage road in the Safeway Shopping Center. The recently opened Bingo Bam, located on North Boulder Highway in the former Market Basket building, will soon be sporting a sign on an existing pole at the former Texaco Station to advertise the new business^as well as their ^ri lood, slots and "21." Approval was also given, at the request of Fr. Caesar Cavigiia of St. Peter's Catholic Church, for the new child cart facility to be located on Case Parkway. Nick Lathuris of Nick's Supper Gub. 15 Lake Mead Drive, received approval for a new addition to the present building I which will be 30 feet by 120 feet, h will front on Lake Mead Drive and will abut the adjacent concrete block industrial building. The building as presently constructed has sufficient parking but with the addition will require 42 spaces. To provide for the additional parking spaces the doctor's offices site will provide parking space after 5^.m. A mini-storage warehouse, to be located on the comer of Athol Street and Barrett, behind the 7-11 store, was approved for Carolina Sales, Inc. The area is zoned M-1 which allows for warehousing. The site will include nine warehouse buildings in the future and there is ample service parking. The last item to be approved was a proposed fourplex dwelling to be locafed on Bruce Way off Center Street. Daniel Anderson of Las Vegas was the petitioner. Slots Approved for Old Veqos Old West. Corp, operators of Old Vegas, received unanimous approval of the Nevada Gaming Commission last Thursday' to operate an "^unrestricted slot operation at their Old Vegas Family Fun Park. The recommendation'followed on the heels of a splitvote recommendation from the Gaming Control Board. — Board members had expressed concern about a business arrangement between Old West Vice President Cecil Simmons and reputed underV, world figure Morris B. Dalitz. Datflz, one-time co-ownerof the De.sert Inn Hotel, loaned $30,000 to Simmons in 1975 at no interest. Simmons testified he used the money to pay off a gambling debt and make an oil investment. Dalitz was named at a Congressional committee several years ago as an organized crime figure and he was included in a list of purported underworld figures prepared by the California Attorney General's office "I am sure he (Simmons) won't borrow any more money from Mr. Dalitz," Simmon's attorney, Frank Schreck told the board. — The Gaming Commission, in addition to approving Simmons' 4.2 percent interest in Old Vegas, also approved Robert E. Shelton as President with 3.5 percent; Jerry E. Blackwell. 7 percent; Johnny Mitchell, 5,6 percent; Ellison Miles, 4.2 percent; and .Arthur Lurie. 7 percent. Thomas B. Glennon was licensed as controller with no percentage of ownership. Old Tucson was listed as principal owner with 80.4 percent of Old Vegas. I I I I Ed Rogers (Center) special project engineer, for Kerr • AAcGoe Chemical Corporation is being congratulated for hit 20 yean of Mrvice with the cempony by Chuck Armttreng (right) plant managor. till Voerheis (left) alto congrotulotet Ed on hit long lorvico with the company. Hendprson Home News \, 19S1 Published every Tuesday and Thursday morning at 22 Water Street. Henderson, Nevada 88105. Ph 564-1881 MOItr ZiNO^ • Editor t Publithr lemo KMtarMn Mona9in9 Editor A OefMral MonafiT Mary Stafford • Ediioriol StoM Hoppy ^roWo Advoftitinf Manogor I McKoo Circulotton Monoyor, 565-84)7 Entered at the poft offtcc in Henderson. Nevada. as second class matter on June 1.1961 SUasCRIPTIAN RATU SM#*Cf OwTMT la TM S IN *iL stiascnimoNs 0M r MlMiMipfi Rl**r tarn tl Mm m i y pi RKOT vmtmnn wrnfunv DBWOS Com from py 1 son continued. "I think the lobbyists are very involved with May's candidacy..they're all over the state...it's something we have to do ourselves." He also pointed out that this issue has nothing to do with the ERA or consolidation. Barengo. who has announced himself as candidate for speaker, was the sponsor of the Equal Rights Amendment in the Nevada State Legislature. "May got stuck in this, kind of like aii engineer who lost control of the railroad." Jeffrey, who has been mentioned as a possible alterriate candidate^ said "We've been talking about this thing for four months. In fact, I was counted as one of Paul's (May) supporters .but I'm not happy with what's going on in the organization of the Assembly. "I don't care who's speaker. I'm just concerned with who is going to organize the Assembly and how it's going to be run." Jeffrey admitted that if his group loses they will undoubtedly be put in some minor role.; "As far as I'm concerned," he continued, "Paul's a friend of mine...he's a Nevadan...he's concerned about the state...though I don't know if he feels the same about me right now." Reno attorney Barengo noted he "could not serve in a group put together by lobbists. If you don't like what's going on, you try to change it He said he would be more than willing to compromise with May if he would repudiate his connection with the lobbyists He explained that the danger of the lobbyists is that people tend to feel in order to get bills passed they must pay large amounts of money. Robinson said their group had 12 members while the May camp has 14. However, he noted it takes 21 votes to elect the speaker "The group of 14 Republicans can't elect a .speaker Robinson was critical of the apparent committee makeup for next year's session. He used the Commerce committee as an example. Henderson Assemblyman .Nash Sena would be chairman with Karen Hayes, Lonie Chaney. Nick Horn and Lloyd .Mann as committee members. "Not one businessman on the committee." he noted. "All are fine legislators but their talents are being wasted. People in education could better serve on an educational committee. "Some lobbyists have veto power on who can sit on committees." Barengo said that Democrats from the May camp have already begun to contact Republicans and ask them to support May. The Barengo group, how' ever, will ijot go after the Republican<> until after the Democratic caucus called for Nov.27 at the Las Vegas Convention Center which promises to be a stormy session. "If we have to take coalition we will, but we're not in favor of It." Jeffrey concluded saying "We'd rather try to work it out with the Democrats." NEWS DESK .^fL^. We live on Fir Street, wMcb uiually comet oat FInt Street. Tbea eooie people who live ea Ftflk Street, migbl (hiiili U'l Fir [wHb a lisp.I ThoB there'sl^crth StreM. Aayway, h tuw eat, •• • • people Want Kola dMngcd to Drake. Other* waai a portion of Ccater changed to Maaa Lane, aod Perth changed to Panwaa. So there yon go Tueidoy, Novemher 21, If 71 —Information For You! Henderson Projects Reviewed HENDERSON'S COMMITMENT TO PROGRESS was confirined in the recent election when voters gave a 60% approval to the $5.5 million water and sewer bond issues. Design work will begin immediately, with plans to bid the first of the projects next spring. Every effort will be made to issue the bonds at times when the bond market is favorable. FINAL WORD on the PUtmaif Improvement Project is awaited so a formal ground breaking for these community improvements can be held; survey and design work are already underway. In addition we have been advised the $58,(X)0 in state funds for the Wells Park improvement have l)een approved. This will mean a total $100,000 plu, park improvement will also be underway in the next several months. FIRE STATION NO. 3 OPENED TH<^ WEEK, after many delays due to construction problems at the station and late delivery of the fire truck. An informal open house will be scheduled in the near future. The one million gallon R-4 WATER RESERVOIR is now under construction. This federally funded reservoir is located at the south end of Greenway. and will supply^" flow and pressure to Mission Hills and surrounding areas' until the three million gallon reservoir, approved in the bond issue, can be constructed. Contracts for construction of O'CALLAGHAN PARK, PHASE III have been let. This includes restrooms. landFive Public scaping, parking lot paving, etc. New bids are being sought on the playground equipment. The City Council, upon withdrawing plans to extend Pacific Avenue on through to Boulder Highway, directed that HORIZON DRIVE be looped on around to Highway 41. Work on this final alignment and right of way requirements has been proceeding, and information has been forwarded to the Regional Streets and Highways agency. It is possible this CQuld be under construction within a year. Henderson "201 SEWER FACILITIES PLAN" is nearing completion by URS Company. This will detail our sewage treatment needs through the year 2.000. CONSTRUCTION EVERYWHERE was what the 200 plus people saw who went on the "Happening In Henderson" tour in mid October. It continues, with total construction permits through October at $49.4 million ($22 million same time last year), including over 1.000 new living units. It is continuing, with $4.8 million issued in the first ten days of November. RECENT CONSTRUCTION STARTS include Henderson Casa Linda (near Basic High); K Mart (Boulder Highway); Camarlo Park (Sunset Road); Buster Brown (Sunset and Mt. Vista); Lake Mead Motel (Water Street and Lake Mead); and the St. Rose de Lima Office Building (Lake Mead). RECENT OPENINGS include the Sonic Drive In and Sambo's (Boulder Highway); Green Valley Market (Green Valley Parkway); Old Vegas (Boulder Highway); and the Bingo Barn (Boulder Highway). The layout for CIVIC CENTER PLAZA has been completed by Jack Miller and Associates, and will come before the City Council for concept approval on November 20th. This will be a twelve acre "people orientied" plaza where citizens can conduct business with public agencies. Through use of a single architectural theme, it is hoped this can become a focal point for the entire Henderson area. BUSY TIMES are ahead the next few months as City Hall attempts not only to keep up with the daily problems of community growth, but also: prepares a $10 million budget for 1979-80; negotiates collective bargaining agreements with the six unions representing City personnel; tracks the events taking place in Carson City during the next Legislature; gets underway the many projects recently approved through federal funds and bond issues. NOTABLE QUOTE: "Henderson will become the hub of the entire area. Henderson can do nothing but grow." Herb Kaufman. LORIN L. WILLIAMS, MAYOR PHfL STOUT, COUNCILMAN GARY PRICE, COUNCILMAN LORNA KESTERSON, COUNCILWOMAN "CARLTON D LAWRENCE. COUNCILMAN BOB CAMPBELL, CITY MANAGER He.ri.H,s i:wPw|>eih)T(ixe Five public hearings on zone changes and a use permit will be discussed by the Henderson Planning Commission at its regular meeting Wed. at 8 p.m. in the planning commission chambers. One public hearing is on a request from William L. Graham. Jr., of Las Vegas, for a zone change and use permit to provide for construction of a church and cemetery on approximately ten acres located in section 22. near Gibson Road and Pantera Street. A public hearing is also being held on a request from Jim Jensen. 157 Ivy, for IV4 acres located in section 17 at Major Street and Coronado Drive for apartments. Charles R. Trueworthy, 118 Minor St., has requested a zone change from R-2 to C-2, for property generlilly located between Pacific, Water and Texas Streets, in the Henderson Townsite. A request from Mile High Associates of Salt Lake City, Utah, represented by El more C. Bacon, 1580 Desert Inn, Las Vegas, is for a zone change from R-R (rural residence) to C-2 General commercial, for property on Boulder Highway, north of Lake Mead Drive. Architectural review of a sign for Skyline Casino will be discussed. A final map of Highland Hills for unit 12 by Cbism Homes, for a 97 lot subdivision on 21 acres of land in section 29, will be presented. Leonard and Neva Creasy, 507 Pueblo Blvd.. have requested the vacation of Belfast Street as it exists between Geneva and Firth Streets in section4. A discussion will be held on the parks and recreation proposed parks plan HaPotiu Proposition .13 in Calif, and possibly Amendment 6 in Nevada. and similar legislation nationwide, has financially hit the parks and, recreation departments throughout the United States, Dundee Jones, city recreation director, told the parks and recreetion board recently. Jones said one adjustment that is being made to compensate for the loss of funds in the parks and recreation departments are initiating revenue producing programs and activities in facilities. He explained that in Alabama, one city has an entire park where users pay fees for miniature golf. wave pool, bike and hiking trails. tennis courts, ice skating, and others. All are on a pay basis to make money to help support other programs. Jones said that there are several possibilities available in this area. Land could be developed into a sports complex. He said a developer could build a complex and sell tickets to semi-professional softball tournaments on weekends, and the department could use the facility during the week. The city of Noith Miami, be said, is developing a S30 million project on a landfill site on 300 acres through munisport corporation. Within the next 12 months it should be devebped with two golf courses, tennis courts, and club houses. At the present time the Muni-Sport' company is charging people to come in and dispose of their refuse, plus assuming the cost for developing the area. After 30 years the developed land will be^ turned over to the city. Jones told the board that he has an appointment with a man to discuss a shooting range. The range would handle trap and skeet, pistol, archery, highpower rifle, plus Olympic type shooting at 600 yards. If the gentlemen can get his investors interested, there could be unlimited possibilities for the City of Henderson, if a site can be designated. The board requested that the man be contacted and invited to attend a parks and recreation board meeting to make a presentation. Gazebo William Ard. representing the Kiwanis club^^told the group they are interested in building a gazebo in one of the city's parks similar to the one in Boulder City. He estimated the eost at S30,000, to $35,000. Ard said the Kiwanis club is interested in sponsoring the facility, but needs more assistance from matching funds and government grants. A parks recreation plan wu presented by David DuBiel, senior planner with the planning department. Selected sites depend on where the expected growth in the population is. IWiPH • • • iCW^'JII* flL.wSHS'J Masons Reta) ironi Conhb — Howard Giles, Secret-^ ary of Mt. Moriah Lodge. Clarence Shed, Master Thomas Tniex. Senior Warden. Staflley Willliams. Junior Warden K and Duane laubach. Grand Lodge Officor returned from Hawthorne where they attended Grand Lodge. HandarMn HMIM NWI, Hndnon, Ntvado Basic BoMilers Bounce Boulder The Basic bowling team, coming off a big win against Boulder City, faces Vo-Tech today at 3 p.m. at Showboat Lanes. The Wolves swept Boulder, Thursday, as the Eagles could field only one fiill contingent of players, that being .^he boys' varsity team. Bi^won that division han4Uy. knocking down the Eagles. 2353-2027. Senior Randy Ravenscraft rolled an amazing 259 in his second game and posted a series score of 601, the best scores of the season for Basic. John Werner contributed a 519 series. The Basic girls' varsity had an even easier time because Boulder had only three giris bowling, Basic scored 2123 total pins to Boulder's 852. Consistent DawnHer bowled a 212 game and 526 series for the Wolves. Brenda Fitzgerald, in her second match of the season for Basic, came through with a 456 series. Boulder had to forfeit both junior varsity matches for lack of bowlers. The J.V, Iwys' team went on to roll -a score of 2103. a better score than Boulder's varsity managed. • Jeff Harris led the Basic J.V.'s with 410 pins. The J.V. girls rolled up a 1656 tally. Lenis Keller leading the way with a 360 series. The Wolves did not fare so well against Rancho, Tuesday. The Rams swept the varsity boys' match 4-0 and won the varsity giris' contest 3-1. despite Uer's 537 series and Fitzgerald's 522 series. In the J.V. division. Rancho beat Basic's girls 4-0, and topped the -boys' team 3-1, Harris rolled a 536 series for Basic in the loss. Going into today's match, the varsity boys have a 7-13 recordi and the varsity girls are 13-7. The J.V. boys are 10-10. and the J.V. girls are8-12. At this point the varsity girls are in contention for a top spot in the Susnrise Division. Utter TO THE Editor: Tuttdoy, Novecnber 21, 1978 Instmcln's Wanted Henderson Student to Benefit from Bob Taylor Golf Schobrship Tourney Dear Mr. Stout, The Faculty ofC.T. Sewell would like to thank the Henderson Expo Committee and Alice Stegman for allowing us to share out students'-work with the community. The children were delighted with their ribbons. Mrs. Stegman did an excellent job of organizing the Crafts and Mini-fair show at the Expo fair. We are looking forward to the fair next year. Nancy Campbell C.T. Sewell Faculty President GemChib to Meet To The Editor: 1 really appreciated the article "Tax RevoltCrisis or Opportunity?" by city manager Bob Campbell (Henderson News. 11/16/78). Am glad of his concern for the will and wishes of the people and I siriderely hope that he.and others in our local government will do their utmost to give the people of Henderson the finest of service, and to eliminate all inefficiencies and duplication...event perhaps ai great sacrifice! The people "have spoken! The people want good, honest, efficient, and productive government! This means that every one of us must give our very best—and more! This will be an easy and pleasant task if we are willing to be motivated by the love and power t^ Jesus Christ! Rev Lou Sorabella If you have a special talent that you want to share, the Henderson Parks and Jtecretion Department is in the process of taking applications for those persons interested in instructing classes for six-week periods beginning the middle of January. If you are interested in applying call 565-8921 ext. 34 Monday thru Friday, or 565-6059 after 5 p.ijt: IXWM. ARE YOU BUYING BOHLED WATER AT 65* OR 70' A GAL. ? Distill your own for approximately 5' a gallon with a pure water company distiller. ^ Ed Harwood • Consumer AppiiarKe USE. Lakt Meod (next to 7-11) ii-i ..iKiiy' Watermelons grown itong the Tigris River hae been known to reach at much as 275 pounds. Local golfers and-nongolfers alike have a chance this weekend to help send a Henderson youth to college. The fifth annual Bob Taylor Golf Scholarship Tournament is this Sunday. -Proceeds from the tournament will go into a scholarship fund for a deserving Henderson student who has shown an interest in golf. Four Henderson youth have received the scholarship so far. The first was Jracy Haag, who attends BYU. then it was Steve Kirk, who followed Haag to BYU. Keith Harward followed, and he attends Nevada Southern. Last year's winner was Skip Tabar. a student of Arizona State. Entry fee for the tournament is S20 for adults 'and $3 for students. Those ^ho cannot participate in_ The tournament but wish to contribute to the fund may send a donation to the Bob Taylor Golf Scholarship Fund, 501 Country Club Drive, Henderson. 89015. Adults will play at full handicap in four flights. Three gross and three net trophies will be awarded in each flight, and there will be one overall trophy. Students will be flighted by age group, and there will be trophies for the best boy and girt in each age group. In addition, the youngest giri and the youngest boy to enter yvill win trophies. The tournament originated five years ago as a tribute to Bob Taylor, who has given much to the youth of Henderson and Clark County. It was Taylor and Henry Moore who first started golf in Clark County High Schools. Taylor says, "I used to coach the kids, and 1 have always seen to it that kids who were interested in golfing were supplied with clubs and equipment." Taylor says he had nothing to do with starting the tournament that bears his name, but he does take an active part in promoting it now. Jerry Deane, a graduate of Basic High School, will try to defend his overall title earned last year. He has won the tourney twice. Bob Hamilton and Randy Connell are the two other past overall champions. Last year. Tom Moore of Las Vegas won the overall student title. Taylor has never won the tournament, but he has finished second in it once. About 100 people entered last year's tournament. Cbristmos Bozoor Dec. 2 The 6th Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.. Cholla Street Chapel, will have a Christmas Bazaar on Saturday, December 2 at 6 p.m. The bazaar will be held at the Cholla Street Chapel and will feature handmade items such as quilts, toys, dish towels, pillow cases and many, many more gift ideas. There will also be a white elephant table, homemade goodies with food and fun for all. Admission to the bazaar is free. Do your Christmas shopping the easy way by visiting our bazaar. Cadet to be Honored By CAP Civil Air Patrol Cadet of the Year, will be held Monday. Dec. 2, in the ballroom of the Las Vegas Hilton Hotel, the combined membership of the Air Force Association and the Association of Old Crows will be the hosts of the event. General T.R. Milton will be the guest speaker at the affair which will be preceeded by a cocktail hour commencing at 7 Moitwitcb6trtptird0fi prmlMB. W carry alt linas of Timax wHdiat. Qood Mine uipeiMi. HemOMMiKtaktoilML Ivv MHty 114. WMI ^wMH „ • Clark County Gem Collectors, Inc. Will meet December 5th at 6:3 ;0 p.m. at Lorenzi Park Garden Club Building, Twin Lakes B)vd. at Washington. This will be our Christmas Party with potluck dinner. Members free and guests welcome at S2.50 each. No gift exchange.Come share the Holiday spirit with us. Respectfully, Merle Coutant-Publicity Chairperson _734.8231. 20% OFF Plan-O-MatiC Microwave Oven nnetl yoit CR bay! G'Keefe & Merritt Microwave Ovtns — Phiico Color TV — Kalvinator Refrigerator A Freezers ED HARWOOD CONSUMER APPllANa 118 E. Lake Mead (next to 7-11 store) 564-2210 yiSA' • Piar\-OMatic cooking • Built-in browning • Automaiic de'roaimotd • Auiomahc lemperatuii prOt>e • Digilat reMout'Clock • Full si/e ovtn cpcily • 10 automatic settings including stew Simmer, iieep warm Over 181 reasons tocometo Saiiibo^ Grand Opening p.m. and followed by dinner and program at 8 p.m. For information regarding tickets, which are priced at SI3 per person or S25 per couple, contact any of the following officers of the two organizations: Bruce Evans-4582871; Juan Sotomayer-873 2500 ; Dick Hepworth-878 1116; Jerry JohnSoa-7350822: Bill Deming-7321056; Rezk Mohamed-7343218, For breakfast lunch and dinner. Sambos wel comes you with 181 delicious items to choose from. And for kids 12 and under, there's our special Tiger Menu feattuing 35C hot dogs and hamburgers and kids' dinners for only $ 1.00 RESTAURANTS i) Just what the fimily orlered. ^ Seven days a wieek, any time day or night. Sambo's welcomes you with f>^ prompt, friendly service, a wide choice of yoiu* favorite meals and prices that still inake sense. All good reasons to come to Sambo's grand opening. 316 N. Boulder Highway, Henderson A i^£l_ .^tti

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HndrMn Hem* Nws, Hndrien, Nvodo rog4 Beta Sigma PM Henderson C'rty Council Tuwdoy, Novmbtr21,l7l Mchael Taney CorfipletBS Naval Training Ctismo Phi Chapter was the hostess for November President Kathy Fuson called the meeting to order at the home of Christy Winlow. Plans were discussed for the February Luncheon in honor of eacK chapters Valentine Oueen. H will be held February 3rd at the home of Dot Swackhamer. A Christmas party for city council will beheld December 14. Girls attending the November 9 meeting were Jerrie Lomprey, -Toni Hurtle. Christy Winlow, Sue Cahill, Kathy Fuson, Sandi Sager, • Fay Williams. Dot Swackhamer. Katy Parrott, Marilyn Buescher^and Fable Denton. The next meeting will be December 14 at the Nav Seaman Recruit Mich J. Taney. son of Sharon L. and John Q. Taney Jr. of 128 Linden St., Henderson, has-completed recruit training at the Naval Training Center. San Diego. During the eight-week training cycle, he studied general military subjects designed to prepare him for further academic' and oji^-the-job training in one of the Navy's 8S basic occupational fields. fncluded in his studieswere seamanship, closeorder drill, Naval history and first aid. personnel who complete this course of instruction are eligible for three hours of college credit in Physical Education and Hygiene. A 1978 graduate of Basic High School, he joined the Navy in November 1977. Nevada Wi Get Increased Funding For Supplemental Food Program home of Buescher. Marilyn WI HM/IA MRIAY CARD FOR EVERYONE AM WE HAVE THE WOOEBT MRIAY RAYBABK8 STRMGHT PflRLAVCffiD NO CAIN REBATE...BIOQER PARkAY PAYBACKS 2 for 2 pays 3 for 1 3 for 3 pays 6 for 1 4 for 4 pays 11 for 1 5 for 5 pays 20 for 1 6 for 6 pays 35 for 1 7 for 7 pays 50 for 1 8 for 8 pays 100 for 1 9 for 9 pays 250 for 1 10 FOR 10 PAYS 500 FOR 1 iBDNUS 9 wiiinrt w loaer • HI'-^ :-". i-iWr WE ACCEPT MRLAY CARD WAGERS 24 HOURS A DAY FREnDiyFRfflKS BIG TERSER SPECn. ''GPomsupoRDOiun" 4 for 4 pays 7 (or 2 7 for 7 pays 10 for 1 5 for 5 pays 5 for 1 8 for 8 pays 13 for 1 6 for 6 payi 7 for 1 9 for 9 pays 16 for 1 10 FOR 10 PAYS 25 FOR 1 WiiyNING PARLAY CARDS WILL ^ BE PAID AROUND THE CLOCK STARTING MONDAY AT NOON PflRLflVOnO 2 for 2 pays 12 for 5 6 for 6 pays 25 for 1 3 for 3 pays 5 for 1 7 for 7 pays 50 for 1 4 for 4 pays 10 for 1 8 for 8 pays 75 for 1 5 for 5 pays 15 for 1 9 for 9 pays 150 for 1 10 FOR 10 PAYS 300 for 1 BONUS' 9 winncrf & I loftr pays 30 for 1 UEUMirVOURPfRUVORDS SCORES 733-0584 MRUa SAMMM&FMM Tam BASK READY MIX SIRVINO HENDHSQN 4 lOULDIR CITY Rodie Dtipotchtd 7 DAYS A WKK SATURDAY SUNDAY DEUVMY NMrFowrTivcbl Cdl 564-1119 '. Nevada will receive $579,000 as their siMre of federal funds being Allocated to states for operation of a U.S. Department of Agriculture Supplemental Food Program aimed at women, infants and children. The funds, a quarterly allocation for operation of the WIC Program in Nevada from October through December 1978. represents a new Department of Agriculture formula for distribution of WIC Program funds, and an increase of 14% for Nevada's program over SAVE 25% On Custom Draperies With Roc-Lon Linings WSTOM ^^^^ D2APERIE8$q99 FROM w Yd. YOUR CHOICE OF FABRICS. H fm tt.M Your dripsriM wtll tM custom mad by on of th largMt and mtro room manager watcnes your order progress trom the day It's reclvtd until installed RAirMIO-STAIN RDolori Remarkable floc-Lon keeps every custom drapery looking youno and lively. They deMTve to be kept tnat way. Roc-Lon tinlags Insulate aoainst heat and cold, have a raln-no-stain shield, a sun screen that stops fading and shrinking control so ytHj can wash them or dry clean them. • FREE ROC-LON ENEROY-SAVER LININQ8 Installed with ail nw drapery orders. Scientmcally proven to keep rooms eoolar and power biiu lower • FREE DESIGNER SERVICE • CALL SSe.0177 q*r ihoo at home rapreeeniattvs will h*p you deeign the look that wiM do the moat for your home No obUgauon tor estimates *fOR NEW-HOME BUYERS: -< WItL IfWTALL RODS AND LOANER OAAPENIU WHUt VOUH OMOER .tBHQ COMPLETED Zm OFF AU MINI BUNDS S WOVEN WOOD SHADES. CAU NOW! AoivQioNOFaouocMm. 72SN. MAIN ST. MOL-FTL lap'siii;s.iMi.NiM S8r PHONE 386-0177 the same period last year. In announcingthe state's share of federal funds, Bob Kragh, federal director of the WIC Program for the eight western states said, "The state will use the 'extra money' for expansion of the program by either accepting new people into-currently operating programs or, extending the program into areas with no program." In Nevada the -WIC Program provides specific kinds of nutritious food supplements without cost to almost 6,000 pregnant and lactating women and their children up to age five. Program participants are individually certifled to be at "nutritinal risk" because of inadequate nutrition and income. This latest allocation of some $138 million in federal funds is the flrst of the quarterly allocations to be based on the formula. The previous formula provided states a percentage increase based on spending during the previous quazrter. The new formula takes into account poverty, population and health factors. Under the new formula states will receive funds based on the number of children under five years at or below 200 percent of the federal poverty level, and comparing a state's infant mortality rate to the national rate. States are assured of receiving at least what they received last quarter plus 10% to cover inflation and to allow for program expansion. At the same 4ime, states who received* over $5 million in funding last quarter will be limited to a 50% increase. The new formula is based on the recommendations of a panel which included representatives from federal, state and local WIC agencies and a number of consumer groups. The regulations authorizing the formula will be finalized at the close of the public comment period later this month. Fal Capture Photo Contest Photo albums donated by Floyd Bevins of Henderson's Rasco Department Store are just some of the prizes that have been given to the Henderson Parks and Recreation Department to be awarded to the winners of the Fall Capture Photo Contest. Remember, December 8 is the deadline for sending your entries. Be sure to pick up your entry forms at the Civic Center Office, 201 Lead Street. Room 22 or the Civic Center Gym area (ask for Betsy). All photos must be mounted. For additional information call 565-8921 Eirt. 35. ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF ^ARVAL PAimWiGl AND CONSTRUCTION S77S MariM nrary.. Sum 804 73S-2153 M NM MWRMN SBnnei BgjpiiUJiHwiK: *"K Jjrai piirai •iiunraM • UM VMOBI MnUATM •nmn-oMNi "TASi&itsr' ALL WORK \UNCOHDITIONAUY QUAMNTeEol •HP. ipi. ivwuiin man • r HtndwMfi Horn* Nws, Hndnen, Ntvada St* Rose de Lima Hospital Auxiary iJian and Ray Coins WI CeJebrate Annivefsary The Auxiliary of St. Rose de Lima Hospital was established in 1957. It began with a nucleus of women of all faiths who wished to donate their services to the hospital which is operated by the Dominican Sisters of Adrian, Michigan. The Auxiliary is piimarily a fund raising group and has been responsible for raising hundreds of thousands of dollars which have been turned back into the hospital to be used in many projects. A few of the items made available to the hospital through auxiliary funding projects are kitchen equipment, laboratory equipment, X -Ray The volunteer Services at St. Rose de Lima Hospital have been re, evaluated and reorganized. In order to provide the patients and hospital added services and benefits, the volunteer program is now under the directorship of a hospital staff member, which will provide the program vtrith continuity and scheduling generator. Emergency room defibrihtor, flexible broncoscope, Ritter examining table and stool, electrosurgical unit, renovation of pharmacy and offices funds, and funds which made building of the first Professional Building possible. The Mardi Gras Ball, a worthy benefit, has raised many thousands of dollars for the hospital. This Ball isf held in February and is anticipated and attended by hundreds of people in the area. The ladies of the Auxiliary are dedicated to St. Rose de Lima Hospital. Without this dedication, many necessary projects Volunteer Services advantages. As a result of this reorganization, the hospital is now pleased to offer membership in the Volunteer Service Program, the St. Rose de Lima Hospital Auxiliary, or rtiembership in both. A wide range of services are provided, including the information booth, patient service. would be delayed or .cancelled because of lack of funds. Many Aunlians also provide service to the hospital through the Volunteer Service Program. Membership inthe Auxiliary is open to any woman who is interested in servine the hospital. The happy tradition of sending each newborn home from the hospital wrapped snugly in a bright red oversized Christmas stocking is made possible through the time and. energy of the Auxilians. The members spepdtheir time cutting a ped of the eirth'i ipin tlowi about a lecond a century. in a single line, you can be sure it would go around the world! It is a way of saying "1 love you" from • that remarkable pair and we can say "We Love You" to Ray and Lillian by taking the time to write a note to thank them both for loving us ii\ return! Ray Collins was the manager of the Bbulder City Bank of Nevada in those friendly days when we needed to borrow money desperately. He trusted us on our face value. He will always be a part of Boulder City for the loans we made built and improved this town. Lillian has been everything to everyone. How many crippled children have been helped by the "March of Dimes" and by the miracles that were taken place while she headed the organization that made it possible to perfect the Salk Vaccine we cannot count. If ever a building should be built and named after those two giants, it would be a reward long past due. A book should be written about Ray and Lillian. We love you both so muak. Tuttdoy, Nevambtr 21, 1978 i^WAOBERTBASmdli \4MhM to Jhrtounca iha opanlna of ^MsiftwoNtotlocatadiM MDMH^MOO. Sat. ami aveohga \ I ^^onoinalFam*yHiircutlere ^^ttieononai Family Haircutters • I *(#II0 it*M H M tl V-aiMM AOUtT STYLE cur RIGULM 110 00* ?. JfEMtANENT OR BODV M*V( REOUIAR UO 0^ S rMClUOEs'w^WcWOm^R S INCLUOESCUT p MEOtnON CUT. KOW DRV. ON CURLED • it $2.00 OFF WITH COUPON • • $6.00 OFF WITH COUPON • 'Hl-i ONLY $25.00 S ^ ACCOUSTICAL CHUNGS ^ SPRAYED AND RESPRAYED -3666 fifRiltasticSanis ^^ the 0(1^ f anWy Hancultars i CHIlO$TVLfCtJT-REOUlAR|.00 I UTOAGE 12 I 'NCIUOES MAMX), CON0ITION4R I PRECISION Cin.BlOIKORV OR CURltD $2.00 OFF WITH COUPON ^akitasdcSanis I ^ ^i'ttwongmal family Haircuttefs • ^ • i JHENN*CONDITIONER Cut REGOIAR UoB $4.00 OFF WITH COUPON ONLY $16.00 4. • • • ^g ^r as [*^^^*; >^'V^^^^^S^ii'V*^^1f* AMintlfotei Grand Buffet (lOamll pm) RoaftTcMD Turkey* Beef • • Dcutsch SagI Dressing Giblet Gravy Whipped Buttered Yams topped with Marshmaliows Mashed Potatoes RicePiiaf Sweet & Sour Red Cabbage Buttered Sweet Com Cole Slaw Green Bean Salad Com Salad Cucumber Salad Carrot & Raisin Salad Garbonza Bean Salad Beet Salad Relish Bowls Fresh Cranbeny Salad Pumpkin Pie Dutch Apple Pie Sheet Cake Coffee. Tea or Milk $223 PlusTax Terrace GoifeeShop (11 am-11 pm) Tossed Salad or Soup Chicken ala Reine Roast Tom Turkey with Southern Sage Dressing. Giblet Gravy, Fresh Cranberry Sauce $4.50 Baked Sumitt Ham, baked in special seasoning until glazed. Raisin Sauce $4.50 Roast Leg of Spring Lamb, basted with special herbs, Southem Sage Dressing Natural Gravy, Mint Jelly $5.25 Baked Northern Halibut, Hollandaise Sauce. Lemon Wedge $5.25 Prime Rib of Beef, roasted in special oven to your liking, Au Jus, Baked Potato with trimmings, Creanned Horseradish Sauce $5.95 Choice of one Whipped Potatoes Candied Yan OwJceof one Buttered Sweet Com Green Bean Almondine Choice of one Pumpkin Pte with Whipped Cream Hot Mince Pie with Brandy Sauce Ambassador Room Top of the Mint From 4 pm until midnight Call 385^7440 for reservations. Roast Tom Turkey with Sage Dressing, Giblet Gravy, Fresh Cranberry Sauce Vegetable Broccoli Asparagus Potatoes Candied Yams Baked Potato Dessert Pumpkin Pie, Whipped Cream Hot Mince Pie. Brandy Sauce Coffee. Tea or Milk $8.50 Dd Webb's CoBe,TeB or MHk jvunt Hotel GCasino/Downtown iDn ftmous fremont Street h ^*mm J

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HndrMn Hem* Nws, Hndrien, Nvodo rog4 Beta Sigma PM Henderson C'rty Council Tuwdoy, Novmbtr21,l7l Mchael Taney CorfipletBS Naval Training Ctismo Phi Chapter was the hostess for November President Kathy Fuson called the meeting to order at the home of Christy Winlow. Plans were discussed for the February Luncheon in honor of eacK chapters Valentine Oueen. H will be held February 3rd at the home of Dot Swackhamer. A Christmas party for city council will beheld December 14. Girls attending the November 9 meeting were Jerrie Lomprey, -Toni Hurtle. Christy Winlow, Sue Cahill, Kathy Fuson, Sandi Sager, • Fay Williams. Dot Swackhamer. Katy Parrott, Marilyn Buescher^and Fable Denton. The next meeting will be December 14 at the Nav Seaman Recruit Mich J. Taney. son of Sharon L. and John Q. Taney Jr. of 128 Linden St., Henderson, has-completed recruit training at the Naval Training Center. San Diego. During the eight-week training cycle, he studied general military subjects designed to prepare him for further academic' and oji^-the-job training in one of the Navy's 8S basic occupational fields. fncluded in his studieswere seamanship, closeorder drill, Naval history and first aid. personnel who complete this course of instruction are eligible for three hours of college credit in Physical Education and Hygiene. A 1978 graduate of Basic High School, he joined the Navy in November 1977. Nevada Wi Get Increased Funding For Supplemental Food Program home of Buescher. Marilyn WI HM/IA MRIAY CARD FOR EVERYONE AM WE HAVE THE WOOEBT MRIAY RAYBABK8 STRMGHT PflRLAVCffiD NO CAIN REBATE...BIOQER PARkAY PAYBACKS 2 for 2 pays 3 for 1 3 for 3 pays 6 for 1 4 for 4 pays 11 for 1 5 for 5 pays 20 for 1 6 for 6 pays 35 for 1 7 for 7 pays 50 for 1 8 for 8 pays 100 for 1 9 for 9 pays 250 for 1 10 FOR 10 PAYS 500 FOR 1 iBDNUS 9 wiiinrt w loaer • HI'-^ :-". i-iWr WE ACCEPT MRLAY CARD WAGERS 24 HOURS A DAY FREnDiyFRfflKS BIG TERSER SPECn. ''GPomsupoRDOiun" 4 for 4 pays 7 (or 2 7 for 7 pays 10 for 1 5 for 5 pays 5 for 1 8 for 8 pays 13 for 1 6 for 6 payi 7 for 1 9 for 9 pays 16 for 1 10 FOR 10 PAYS 25 FOR 1 WiiyNING PARLAY CARDS WILL ^ BE PAID AROUND THE CLOCK STARTING MONDAY AT NOON PflRLflVOnO 2 for 2 pays 12 for 5 6 for 6 pays 25 for 1 3 for 3 pays 5 for 1 7 for 7 pays 50 for 1 4 for 4 pays 10 for 1 8 for 8 pays 75 for 1 5 for 5 pays 15 for 1 9 for 9 pays 150 for 1 10 FOR 10 PAYS 300 for 1 BONUS' 9 winncrf & I loftr pays 30 for 1 UEUMirVOURPfRUVORDS SCORES 733-0584 MRUa SAMMM&FMM Tam BASK READY MIX SIRVINO HENDHSQN 4 lOULDIR CITY Rodie Dtipotchtd 7 DAYS A WKK SATURDAY SUNDAY DEUVMY NMrFowrTivcbl Cdl 564-1119 '. Nevada will receive $579,000 as their siMre of federal funds being Allocated to states for operation of a U.S. Department of Agriculture Supplemental Food Program aimed at women, infants and children. The funds, a quarterly allocation for operation of the WIC Program in Nevada from October through December 1978. represents a new Department of Agriculture formula for distribution of WIC Program funds, and an increase of 14% for Nevada's program over SAVE 25% On Custom Draperies With Roc-Lon Linings WSTOM ^^^^ D2APERIE8$q99 FROM w Yd. YOUR CHOICE OF FABRICS. H fm tt.M Your dripsriM wtll tM custom mad by on of th largMt and mtro room manager watcnes your order progress trom the day It's reclvtd until installed RAirMIO-STAIN RDolori Remarkable floc-Lon keeps every custom drapery looking youno and lively. They deMTve to be kept tnat way. Roc-Lon tinlags Insulate aoainst heat and cold, have a raln-no-stain shield, a sun screen that stops fading and shrinking control so ytHj can wash them or dry clean them. • FREE ROC-LON ENEROY-SAVER LININQ8 Installed with ail nw drapery orders. Scientmcally proven to keep rooms eoolar and power biiu lower • FREE DESIGNER SERVICE • CALL SSe.0177 q*r ihoo at home rapreeeniattvs will h*p you deeign the look that wiM do the moat for your home No obUgauon tor estimates *fOR NEW-HOME BUYERS: -< WItL IfWTALL RODS AND LOANER OAAPENIU WHUt VOUH OMOER .tBHQ COMPLETED Zm OFF AU MINI BUNDS S WOVEN WOOD SHADES. CAU NOW! AoivQioNOFaouocMm. 72SN. MAIN ST. MOL-FTL lap'siii;s.iMi.NiM S8r PHONE 386-0177 the same period last year. In announcingthe state's share of federal funds, Bob Kragh, federal director of the WIC Program for the eight western states said, "The state will use the 'extra money' for expansion of the program by either accepting new people into-currently operating programs or, extending the program into areas with no program." In Nevada the -WIC Program provides specific kinds of nutritious food supplements without cost to almost 6,000 pregnant and lactating women and their children up to age five. Program participants are individually certifled to be at "nutritinal risk" because of inadequate nutrition and income. This latest allocation of some $138 million in federal funds is the flrst of the quarterly allocations to be based on the formula. The previous formula provided states a percentage increase based on spending during the previous quazrter. The new formula takes into account poverty, population and health factors. Under the new formula states will receive funds based on the number of children under five years at or below 200 percent of the federal poverty level, and comparing a state's infant mortality rate to the national rate. States are assured of receiving at least what they received last quarter plus 10% to cover inflation and to allow for program expansion. At the same 4ime, states who received* over $5 million in funding last quarter will be limited to a 50% increase. The new formula is based on the recommendations of a panel which included representatives from federal, state and local WIC agencies and a number of consumer groups. The regulations authorizing the formula will be finalized at the close of the public comment period later this month. Fal Capture Photo Contest Photo albums donated by Floyd Bevins of Henderson's Rasco Department Store are just some of the prizes that have been given to the Henderson Parks and Recreation Department to be awarded to the winners of the Fall Capture Photo Contest. Remember, December 8 is the deadline for sending your entries. Be sure to pick up your entry forms at the Civic Center Office, 201 Lead Street. Room 22 or the Civic Center Gym area (ask for Betsy). All photos must be mounted. For additional information call 565-8921 Eirt. 35. ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF ^ARVAL PAimWiGl AND CONSTRUCTION S77S MariM nrary.. Sum 804 73S-2153 M NM MWRMN SBnnei BgjpiiUJiHwiK: *"K Jjrai piirai •iiunraM • UM VMOBI MnUATM •nmn-oMNi "TASi&itsr' ALL WORK \UNCOHDITIONAUY QUAMNTeEol •HP. ipi. ivwuiin man • r HtndwMfi Horn* Nws, Hndnen, Ntvada St* Rose de Lima Hospital Auxiary iJian and Ray Coins WI CeJebrate Annivefsary The Auxiliary of St. Rose de Lima Hospital was established in 1957. It began with a nucleus of women of all faiths who wished to donate their services to the hospital which is operated by the Dominican Sisters of Adrian, Michigan. The Auxiliary is piimarily a fund raising group and has been responsible for raising hundreds of thousands of dollars which have been turned back into the hospital to be used in many projects. A few of the items made available to the hospital through auxiliary funding projects are kitchen equipment, laboratory equipment, X -Ray The volunteer Services at St. Rose de Lima Hospital have been re, evaluated and reorganized. In order to provide the patients and hospital added services and benefits, the volunteer program is now under the directorship of a hospital staff member, which will provide the program vtrith continuity and scheduling generator. Emergency room defibrihtor, flexible broncoscope, Ritter examining table and stool, electrosurgical unit, renovation of pharmacy and offices funds, and funds which made building of the first Professional Building possible. The Mardi Gras Ball, a worthy benefit, has raised many thousands of dollars for the hospital. This Ball isf held in February and is anticipated and attended by hundreds of people in the area. The ladies of the Auxiliary are dedicated to St. Rose de Lima Hospital. Without this dedication, many necessary projects Volunteer Services advantages. As a result of this reorganization, the hospital is now pleased to offer membership in the Volunteer Service Program, the St. Rose de Lima Hospital Auxiliary, or rtiembership in both. A wide range of services are provided, including the information booth, patient service. would be delayed or .cancelled because of lack of funds. Many Aunlians also provide service to the hospital through the Volunteer Service Program. Membership inthe Auxiliary is open to any woman who is interested in servine the hospital. The happy tradition of sending each newborn home from the hospital wrapped snugly in a bright red oversized Christmas stocking is made possible through the time and. energy of the Auxilians. The members spepdtheir time cutting a ped of the eirth'i ipin tlowi about a lecond a century. in a single line, you can be sure it would go around the world! It is a way of saying "1 love you" from • that remarkable pair and we can say "We Love You" to Ray and Lillian by taking the time to write a note to thank them both for loving us ii\ return! Ray Collins was the manager of the Bbulder City Bank of Nevada in those friendly days when we needed to borrow money desperately. He trusted us on our face value. He will always be a part of Boulder City for the loans we made built and improved this town. Lillian has been everything to everyone. How many crippled children have been helped by the "March of Dimes" and by the miracles that were taken place while she headed the organization that made it possible to perfect the Salk Vaccine we cannot count. If ever a building should be built and named after those two giants, it would be a reward long past due. A book should be written about Ray and Lillian. We love you both so muak. Tuttdoy, Nevambtr 21, 1978 i^WAOBERTBASmdli \4MhM to Jhrtounca iha opanlna of ^MsiftwoNtotlocatadiM MDMH^MOO. Sat. ami aveohga \ I ^^onoinalFam*yHiircutlere ^^ttieononai Family Haircutters • I *(#II0 it*M H M tl V-aiMM AOUtT STYLE cur RIGULM 110 00* ?. JfEMtANENT OR BODV M*V( REOUIAR UO 0^ S rMClUOEs'w^WcWOm^R S INCLUOESCUT p MEOtnON CUT. KOW DRV. ON CURLED • it $2.00 OFF WITH COUPON • • $6.00 OFF WITH COUPON • 'Hl-i ONLY $25.00 S ^ ACCOUSTICAL CHUNGS ^ SPRAYED AND RESPRAYED -3666 fifRiltasticSanis ^^ the 0(1^ f anWy Hancultars i CHIlO$TVLfCtJT-REOUlAR|.00 I UTOAGE 12 I 'NCIUOES MAMX), CON0ITION4R I PRECISION Cin.BlOIKORV OR CURltD $2.00 OFF WITH COUPON ^akitasdcSanis I ^ ^i'ttwongmal family Haircuttefs • ^ • i JHENN*CONDITIONER Cut REGOIAR UoB $4.00 OFF WITH COUPON ONLY $16.00 4. • • • ^g ^r as [*^^^*; >^'V^^^^^S^ii'V*^^1f* AMintlfotei Grand Buffet (lOamll pm) RoaftTcMD Turkey* Beef • • Dcutsch SagI Dressing Giblet Gravy Whipped Buttered Yams topped with Marshmaliows Mashed Potatoes RicePiiaf Sweet & Sour Red Cabbage Buttered Sweet Com Cole Slaw Green Bean Salad Com Salad Cucumber Salad Carrot & Raisin Salad Garbonza Bean Salad Beet Salad Relish Bowls Fresh Cranbeny Salad Pumpkin Pie Dutch Apple Pie Sheet Cake Coffee. Tea or Milk $223 PlusTax Terrace GoifeeShop (11 am-11 pm) Tossed Salad or Soup Chicken ala Reine Roast Tom Turkey with Southern Sage Dressing. Giblet Gravy, Fresh Cranberry Sauce $4.50 Baked Sumitt Ham, baked in special seasoning until glazed. Raisin Sauce $4.50 Roast Leg of Spring Lamb, basted with special herbs, Southem Sage Dressing Natural Gravy, Mint Jelly $5.25 Baked Northern Halibut, Hollandaise Sauce. Lemon Wedge $5.25 Prime Rib of Beef, roasted in special oven to your liking, Au Jus, Baked Potato with trimmings, Creanned Horseradish Sauce $5.95 Choice of one Whipped Potatoes Candied Yan OwJceof one Buttered Sweet Com Green Bean Almondine Choice of one Pumpkin Pte with Whipped Cream Hot Mince Pie with Brandy Sauce Ambassador Room Top of the Mint From 4 pm until midnight Call 385^7440 for reservations. Roast Tom Turkey with Sage Dressing, Giblet Gravy, Fresh Cranberry Sauce Vegetable Broccoli Asparagus Potatoes Candied Yams Baked Potato Dessert Pumpkin Pie, Whipped Cream Hot Mince Pie. Brandy Sauce Coffee. Tea or Milk $8.50 Dd Webb's CoBe,TeB or MHk jvunt Hotel GCasino/Downtown iDn ftmous fremont Street h ^*mm J

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Htndra*fi Nom Nws, Hndnen, Nvoda Municipal Court Calendar fn* Ivnday, Nevantbar 21. 1971 Wednesday. Nov. 8.. 1978 7:00 p.m Marianne Jones; •Fail ure to report an accident Bail forfeited. No oper ator's license in possess ion, bail forfeited. Jim Max Leltgeb; Petit Larceny. DefcndeiK in court-Trial held-found guUty fined $50.00. • Dorothy Josephine Howard: Driving wrong way/div. hwy/acc. Bench warrant issued. Expired operator's license, bench warrant. Michael Lee CkUds; Drive un^ influence/ liquor, pleaded guilty. Fined $175.00. Bail exonerated. No insurance on motor vehicle. Pleaded guilty. Fined $100.00. Thursday-November 9, 1978 2:00 p.m. • Johnny L. Jaramillo; Drive under infl/inotx liquor pleaded guilty. Fined$175.00tobepd.by 12-1-78 or B7W. No-valid operator's lice-nse, pleaded $15.00. guilty. Fined a^^^S^ 4 Season Cleaners Special GOOD ON ANY SINGLE ORDER OVER $5.00 (GOOD ONLY WITH MENTION OF AD WHIN FACING ORDEI) EffMtivc thru Nov., 1978 HOURS: 7 -I M0M4H (NO SUOE OR IfATHO) 8-4SAT. 101 AtiantK; Hdfi 135 YRS. EXPBCG PHONE S6541 Sanitone. ,^(>'iAij(>qFdi'j'A Tuesday. Nov. 14. 78 • 10:00 a.m. Douglas Gene Phinney; contempt of court, guiltyfined SlOO.OOO-same post forfeted. Failure to pay fine, ordered to pay previous fine, paid infull. Tuesday, Nov. 14, W78 9:00 a.m. Amadeo Lopez Chaidez; Possession/switchblade, did not appear. Poss/sub. which may not be introduced into inter commerce did not appear. Ronald Allen Taylor; Bench Warrant, pleaded guilty-fined $100.00. Unregistered nvotor vehicle pleaded guiltyfii\fd $25.00. Paul Nick Coroneos; No insurance, did not appear, bench warrant issued. Fictitious license plates, did not appear. Bench Warrant issued. Expired license, did not appear. Bench Warrant issued. Rebecca El-aine Cannon; speeding 35/25 did not appear. Bench Warrant issued. No-registration, did not appearBench Warrant issued. Ruben (NMN) Chavira; No brakes/accident, did hot appear. Bench Warrant Issued. Wednesday, November 15. 1978 6:00 p.m. • Cecil Ernest Tackett; Drive wrong way/divided Hwy, Did not appear. Bench Warrant issued. Jerry Lee 'Johnson; Drive under Infl/aleohol, pleaded guilty. Fined $50.00. Resisting Arrest, $50.00 fine. Vivian May Matteson; Bench Warrant, pleaded guHty. Fined $100.00. Harry Edward Sturdy; No operating License, did not appear, Bench Warrant issued. Wednesday, Nov.15, 1978 • 7:00 p.m. Jimmie Steven -Vanhouse; Bench Warrant.Fined $100.00. Speeding 66/45. guilty-f4ned $21.00. Harold Jame? Howard; Contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Did not appear. Bench Wurant issued. Thursday, November 16, 1978 1:00 p.m. Goldie Mae Gamer; Drive under Infl/Alcohol, pleaded guilty. Pined $175.00. Ihristmas Egg-Beater Hanger? Macname' mimM fk PLACE MOP ^CUSTOM SCREENS GAS LOGS FREE STANDING FIREPLACES ZERO CLEARANCE. FIREPLACES (rm bo? ACCCSaonES • friu ltns| • Ciwnwyt • Grues • Tool SMS • BMkM {Bttuni Tembte Hefbst) Egg-Beater Macnme' Hanger? Dundee Jones. Henderson Parks and Recreation Director, views the addition to his ofTice. At the Christmas Workshop on December 4 thru Decembers, from 9 to 11 a.m. or 6 to 8 p.m., we will teach you how to make this type of macrame' flower pot hanger for your home. It takes only one hour at the most to assemble. Some of the other holiday projects are: bread-dough ornaments, decorated table cloths, warm quilts, holiday cake decorating, seasonal center pieces, tasty food preparations and more! Join.us then by calling 565-8921 Ext. 35 (Ask for Betsy) to make your reservations. Local Girls Participate bi Fal Concert at SUSC 'waat A fall concert featurins the Southern Utah State College A'cappella and Chamber choirs will be held November 19 beginning at 8:15 p.m. in the SUSC Music Recital Hall. MTimcToFaccUpToThe Myth Of The Facial Once a professioiial facial by one of the' name' salons carried vviih It a price tae approaching the national ciebt Times have changed, and thats fiood news for you and for your complexion. VIVA LAS VEGAS'Aiinouncmi; the >;iand opi-nmc of your Emhryon Skin Care Salon, fcaiiiiinj'lhcrxclu'.ivc binl>rvoh facial .ifnci;il that I'.scicniifK.effective iduliilfoiJaWc Read Thin And Learn How Your Face Can Be Reborn. When vi "U ct >inc in f( 'r voui tnv bivon fncial you'll receive a irt-ainuiHIxtniotever Klyearsof cxivnciKe. It IS a fTcatment withiuit qucsswork, without liic aimlew. ain'Jicafinn of crcmcs and ointments Embfvoii hclicvT* you can't treat a problem until that problem has been identified, and t hat's vehy wc dcveloivd the Hyiirc Jator, a facial analysis niMrhme that i;ives our ti allied technician a blueprint of your face Mo rwo faces are alike And no two partjof the face arc alike Therefore, no two treatments arc alike at Embrydn Now It't Time To Get Back ToBaalca. And there is nothiiiR more basic than a clean fioe Not the kind you f n Vi\th soap and water, but the ind you get with our sfvcial cleansing and niassayc All the dead &kin and accumulated impuniios are rcnxivi-d from every port All of them Embryon Sicin Care Sdon—1775 L Tropicuw—Us VegM 733205—In the Lo Areo< PUM Your Reborn Complexion U At The Eod Of The Rainbow. Renunibei iheHucptini'Now that ^iHit fare IS clean perhapi for the firt time in years we can bcRm trcaiint; the ipcclfic problems (>ur aiiah'MS poinicd out Different colored maique*dcvch x-d by tmhryonarcapJiCfl to different areas of your ace The end result is a rainbouof treatment cokir* Andthep of jfJii a your IKW comi'>leKKin bach treatment varie* acccwdtne lo your i(vcif>c ncd lit just scniclcM to believe that one treatment done one way. can cute alhlU When the Rainbow Facial has done Its work, ** rrtnosc the masques with our own facial shampoo We then carefully mist your tacc to dose the pores, aiui then massat.'e your fact wth our moiMuri:mt;creme Your Complexion Will Look Like A MilUon Dollar*. IlllCoftlALotLest. An bHihryon tacial is a unique and wonderful experience lor anyone who truly cares about their comnlexmn And you might thint It would Ixr an expensive experience It's not Asan introductory offer well Hlvcyoun K'payebixikJetcontaininc \x!\uv( tips frrxn Margaret Edmonds, the founder (>f Embryon Harr>Rf>bbinanwen qucstKMison the latest hair care techniques T( > qualify Tor this valuable b(K>klct, just come in to Embrson for a free Hydrolator analysis TikThi Coupon I Around The Comer. | Tl)i> ciHiivni ei)tiiie you Ui .1 | f 1 ce 1 (' p.iRe U UDei roiiMinj iiiKilvbiesi inikmcniratiJ I beaiMyiip% liNprevniiit | ulici) fiMiei>M-i tbrtaiiwiiMr-MyiHii flee Hydidbloi .III.IIVM I Face II likanpffrtyoiicant | afTofii u> leftnc • "The publicis invited to attend this fall choral program free of charge." Blaine H. Johnson, SUSC professor of music, saidi— Appearing s ^est soloist with the SUSC group will be Kent E. Myers. SUSC professor of education, who will nar* rate Scott's "Creation." and sing selections from Bock's "Fiddler on the Roof." Myers played Tevye for a 1970 production of "Fiddler on the Roof at SUSC. Student soloists will include Judy Gubler, Kanarraville; Tina Judickis. Las Vegas; Lawrence Esplin, Ordervile: and Jeff Duncan. Vernal. Two coeds from Henderson. Nevada, Joyce McCallitter and April Eastmond. will assist Dr. Johnson in directing the fall quarter festival. Lynne Anderson. Monroe, and Laurie Embl<;y<^ Cedar City, will serve aa pro* gram pianists. Among the selections included on the program will be Barbar's "The Coolin," Ellar's "Wildflower." Berger's "IFInd No Peace," Hairston's Uy Yo' Head In De Winduh. Jesus." Thompson's "Choose Something Like a Star." and Biset's Toreador from Carmen." McCallister Isthe daughter of Mrv and Mrs. R. E. McCallUter.She graduated from Basic High School in 1974 and is a sophomore at SUSC. Eastmond gradsated from Basic High in 1973. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mn. Paul Ryan and it a junior at Southern Utah State. Both are music majoff. HtndwrsM HMW NWS, Htndtrsen, f^evodo *••••** Awards Banquet To Honor I o; TuMdoy, Novambar 21, l7i Who Helped Wolves •••^^•^ Whh the high school football season over it is time to look back on what happened this year and start speculating on next year's season. The Basic players,their fomilies. and coaches will be looking back Tuesday night at the football awards banquet at f> p.m. bi the Basic activities center. Varsity, J.V% and B botball teams will all be Honored. t Emilio Camilloneannounced that the banquet will be a pot luck affair, and many awards will be given out. He called it. "an honor night for the people who have contributed to the Basic football program." He added. "There wUl be lots to eat and nothing but talking about •football. Camillone has compiled most of the varsity Wolves' statistics, and they indicate marked improvement over last year's numbers.', The statistic that counts is the won-lost record, and the Wolves-were 1-9/That is an improvement overthe previous winless season, but not nluch of one. A look at the sooring shows that Basic was outpointed 298-78 this season, the worst shewing by a AAA Division II team. However, a comparison of total offense is surprising. Basic gained 2,245 total yards this year, close to double last year's output. Basic's opponents ran up 2600 yards against the Wolves, about the same as the Wolves allowed last year. • The two totals are relatively close, and it points up the fact that Basic moved the ball this year but did not have much punch when it came to getting the ball into the end zone. Camillone noted that his team converted into scores only one-third of their penetrations inside the15-yard line. The Wolves also had six apparent touchdowns called back by penalties over the season. The Wolves made many mistakes this year, and many came when they were in scoring position. Camillone blamed some of Basic's poor scoring ability on a lack of killer instinct. The Wolves earned 130 first downs this year, to their opponents" 160, another statistic th^t is closer than the won-lost record indicates. Looking *t anather phase of the game in which the Wolves improved, they lost 25 turnovers this year compared to about 50 last year. The Wolves -were penalized for 800 yards this year, slightly better than last year. Going to individual statistics, the Basic rushing garne was spearheaded by^ Otto Kelly, who ^eamtSd^ the ball 85 times for 740 yards. His J8 points scored accounted for almost half of Basic's total, and it made Kelly one of the top scorers in the division. Hopefully Kelly will have as good or better a year next season, bi his last two games this year. Kelly was held to a total of 12 yards rushing. Randy Roche, a senior, rushed for about 500 yards for the second straight season, despite playing injured early in the season. Randy did not do it with breakaway speed either; he gained his yardage by running right through the defense and taking a beating. Senior quarterback Tom Rawson threw 100 passes and completed 42 with 12 interception. He threw for 700 yards and four touchdowns. Rawson had his good games and his bad ones, but he %as one of the best passers in the division. Rawson's number one receiver was Kelly, who^ took 12 receptions coming out of the backfield, and ran gained 129 yards. Defensively, Pete Regetz stood oJt with an average of ten unassisted tackles per game. Regetz is a senior. Camillone is continuing his work to rebuild the Wolves. "We are in the middle of a reconstruction program," he said. We are going to make the effort to develop a positive towards athletics. and towards life. We've made some inroads and everybody involved in the program has worked hard." He pointed out that win against AAA schools have been hard to come by for quite a while. He noted that the Wolves have won just ten games against AAA opponents in the last 16 years.' By instilling a winning attitude and discipline among his players, and by building those players physically with a weight program. Camillone hopes to build a team that can win AAA games regularly. Our Sports World HENDERSON umii • Mirtfu Weightliftlng Plays Important Role in Conditioning of Henderson Athletes ly Jitn Celamaii,, Weight lifting is becoming an increasingly important part of the conditioning programs for many of Henderson's young athletes. Weights are a daily part of the workouts for the Southern^Nevada THf HYMGGYM, is o new mochin at Bosic High S chal. Wrestler lao Hemondes, wrtstier and feetboil p4oy*r at Bosic, dtmenttrates the mochine, whkh builds axplesive power in the legs Sandpipers Swim Team, and they are being emphasized more and more in sports programs at Basic High School. Emilio Camillone, head of Basic's fpotball program, has pushed for an improvement of the weightllfting facilities at Basic, and the weight room in the Basic gym is well equipped. The trick is to get the athletes to use the equipment and use it regularly. Camillone has said that getting the players onto a serious weight program is vital to the building of a competitive football team at Basic. Camillone is concerned with increasing the bulk of football players at Basic. In a game of hitting, like football, the bigger players have an obvious advantage. This year's Wolves were smaller, as a whole, than their opponents. Weights can help make the Wolves bigger and stronger. Sandpipers coach Jim Reitz has had his older swimmers on a weight program since he came to the job over two years ago. His swimmers lift weights for power and endurance rather than bulk. Reitz has started his athletes on a "negative lifting" program this year. Negative lifting is a technique in which the althete working out does not actually lift up weight. Instead, as the Sandpipers practice it, two teammates lift a weight greater than the person working out can lift by himself The person working out takes the weight from his two teammates and then lowers it. The exertion comes, from letting the weight down slowly and iiswd p il m wi | l dee; mud it •!•• siis n gHisiia Ik* stfvvstf Dy N9fiii )W" smoothly and not letting it drop. Reitz explained that negative lifting increases pure strength by requiring more exertion than regular techniques over a full range of movement The swimmers also do repetitionsusing lighter amounts of weight. Using low weight and numerous repetitions increases muscular endurance while lifting more weight for less repetitions generally increases power and bulk. Both boys and girls lift weights on the Sandpipers, and they go through the same workout. Reitz noted that the girls did not take to the weights as well as the boys when he started the program, but they have picked it up and improved noticeably. The Sandpipers work on weights at Henderson Boys' Club. Jim Duscben is be ginning his Hrst season as wrestling coach for Basic. He has a lot of weight experience, and he has helped workout the weight program for Basic's football team Right now be is concentrating on conditioning his wrestlers for the upcoming season. Wrestlers depend on agility and flexibility as well as power and endunaoce Their weightlift ing program is designed to develop each of these factors. In the off season the wrestlers work more to build strength, power and bulk by lifting heavy amounts of weight. .\s the season nears, they work more towards increasing endurance by lowenog the weight and increasing repetition Du schen and Reitz both pointed out that weights are used less as the season proffrcsscs The reason for this is that weigkts tear down muscle tissue, actually weakening the muscle temporarily That is why most weichtlifters work oat oaly ererir ocbcr day The day off gives the muscle time to recuperate. The muscle recovers quickly and comes back stronger than before, but lifting weights just before competition can tire out a competitor before the contest begins. Weights are just part of a conditioning program. Running and swimming are far better exercise for building the cardiovasculi: system, and stretching exercises are important for maintaining flexibility. Duschen explained that any weight program must be properly planned. "I don't think there's any sport that weight can't help if the program is devised property,^' he said. He added that the be lief that weightlifters become slow and muscle-bound is due to those weightlifters who do not use proper methods or do other ex ercises for conditioning Duschen noted that it IS important to get full muscle extension when lifting, and antagonistic muscle groups should be developed. .\n example of antagonistic muscle groups IS the biceps and triceps If a person works on developing his biceps be should also develop the triceps to maintain a balance Duschen said that weightliftlng is extremely safe if it is practiced properly. That means nobody should lift weights unless they are in good health, know the proper techniques. and follow those techniques. Don't lift more weight than you can safely handle and use spotters when lifting a weight that could be dropped. Th three members of the Sendpipen Swim Teom or* procttgativt lifting. Th ttonding girft lift a watght gr*ctf tlwn th girl on the bench con pf. She then lwr th weight slewty while hor team motes o€t os tpettees te moke swre the weight is •> HMdafiM leys ChA. \ Z'

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Htndra*fi Nom Nws, Hndnen, Nvoda Municipal Court Calendar fn* Ivnday, Nevantbar 21. 1971 Wednesday. Nov. 8.. 1978 7:00 p.m Marianne Jones; •Fail ure to report an accident Bail forfeited. No oper ator's license in possess ion, bail forfeited. Jim Max Leltgeb; Petit Larceny. DefcndeiK in court-Trial held-found guUty fined $50.00. • Dorothy Josephine Howard: Driving wrong way/div. hwy/acc. Bench warrant issued. Expired operator's license, bench warrant. Michael Lee CkUds; Drive un^ influence/ liquor, pleaded guilty. Fined $175.00. Bail exonerated. No insurance on motor vehicle. Pleaded guilty. Fined $100.00. Thursday-November 9, 1978 2:00 p.m. • Johnny L. Jaramillo; Drive under infl/inotx liquor pleaded guilty. Fined$175.00tobepd.by 12-1-78 or B7W. No-valid operator's lice-nse, pleaded $15.00. guilty. Fined a^^^S^ 4 Season Cleaners Special GOOD ON ANY SINGLE ORDER OVER $5.00 (GOOD ONLY WITH MENTION OF AD WHIN FACING ORDEI) EffMtivc thru Nov., 1978 HOURS: 7 -I M0M4H (NO SUOE OR IfATHO) 8-4SAT. 101 AtiantK; Hdfi 135 YRS. EXPBCG PHONE S6541 Sanitone. ,^(>'iAij(>qFdi'j'A Tuesday. Nov. 14. 78 • 10:00 a.m. Douglas Gene Phinney; contempt of court, guiltyfined SlOO.OOO-same post forfeted. Failure to pay fine, ordered to pay previous fine, paid infull. Tuesday, Nov. 14, W78 9:00 a.m. Amadeo Lopez Chaidez; Possession/switchblade, did not appear. Poss/sub. which may not be introduced into inter commerce did not appear. Ronald Allen Taylor; Bench Warrant, pleaded guilty-fined $100.00. Unregistered nvotor vehicle pleaded guiltyfii\fd $25.00. Paul Nick Coroneos; No insurance, did not appear, bench warrant issued. Fictitious license plates, did not appear. Bench Warrant issued. Expired license, did not appear. Bench Warrant issued. Rebecca El-aine Cannon; speeding 35/25 did not appear. Bench Warrant issued. No-registration, did not appearBench Warrant issued. Ruben (NMN) Chavira; No brakes/accident, did hot appear. Bench Warrant Issued. Wednesday, November 15. 1978 6:00 p.m. • Cecil Ernest Tackett; Drive wrong way/divided Hwy, Did not appear. Bench Warrant issued. Jerry Lee 'Johnson; Drive under Infl/aleohol, pleaded guilty. Fined $50.00. Resisting Arrest, $50.00 fine. Vivian May Matteson; Bench Warrant, pleaded guHty. Fined $100.00. Harry Edward Sturdy; No operating License, did not appear, Bench Warrant issued. Wednesday, Nov.15, 1978 • 7:00 p.m. Jimmie Steven -Vanhouse; Bench Warrant.Fined $100.00. Speeding 66/45. guilty-f4ned $21.00. Harold Jame? Howard; Contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Did not appear. Bench Wurant issued. Thursday, November 16, 1978 1:00 p.m. Goldie Mae Gamer; Drive under Infl/Alcohol, pleaded guilty. Pined $175.00. Ihristmas Egg-Beater Hanger? Macname' mimM fk PLACE MOP ^CUSTOM SCREENS GAS LOGS FREE STANDING FIREPLACES ZERO CLEARANCE. FIREPLACES (rm bo? ACCCSaonES • friu ltns| • Ciwnwyt • Grues • Tool SMS • BMkM {Bttuni Tembte Hefbst) Egg-Beater Macnme' Hanger? Dundee Jones. Henderson Parks and Recreation Director, views the addition to his ofTice. At the Christmas Workshop on December 4 thru Decembers, from 9 to 11 a.m. or 6 to 8 p.m., we will teach you how to make this type of macrame' flower pot hanger for your home. It takes only one hour at the most to assemble. Some of the other holiday projects are: bread-dough ornaments, decorated table cloths, warm quilts, holiday cake decorating, seasonal center pieces, tasty food preparations and more! Join.us then by calling 565-8921 Ext. 35 (Ask for Betsy) to make your reservations. Local Girls Participate bi Fal Concert at SUSC 'waat A fall concert featurins the Southern Utah State College A'cappella and Chamber choirs will be held November 19 beginning at 8:15 p.m. in the SUSC Music Recital Hall. MTimcToFaccUpToThe Myth Of The Facial Once a professioiial facial by one of the' name' salons carried vviih It a price tae approaching the national ciebt Times have changed, and thats fiood news for you and for your complexion. VIVA LAS VEGAS'Aiinouncmi; the >;iand opi-nmc of your Emhryon Skin Care Salon, fcaiiiiinj'lhcrxclu'.ivc binl>rvoh facial .ifnci;il that I'.scicniifK.effective iduliilfoiJaWc Read Thin And Learn How Your Face Can Be Reborn. When vi "U ct >inc in f( 'r voui tnv bivon fncial you'll receive a irt-ainuiHIxtniotever Klyearsof cxivnciKe. It IS a fTcatment withiuit qucsswork, without liic aimlew. ain'Jicafinn of crcmcs and ointments Embfvoii hclicvT* you can't treat a problem until that problem has been identified, and t hat's vehy wc dcveloivd the Hyiirc Jator, a facial analysis niMrhme that i;ives our ti allied technician a blueprint of your face Mo rwo faces are alike And no two partjof the face arc alike Therefore, no two treatments arc alike at Embrydn Now It't Time To Get Back ToBaalca. And there is nothiiiR more basic than a clean fioe Not the kind you f n Vi\th soap and water, but the ind you get with our sfvcial cleansing and niassayc All the dead &kin and accumulated impuniios are rcnxivi-d from every port All of them Embryon Sicin Care Sdon—1775 L Tropicuw—Us VegM 733205—In the Lo Areo< PUM Your Reborn Complexion U At The Eod Of The Rainbow. Renunibei iheHucptini'Now that ^iHit fare IS clean perhapi for the firt time in years we can bcRm trcaiint; the ipcclfic problems (>ur aiiah'MS poinicd out Different colored maique*dcvch x-d by tmhryonarcapJiCfl to different areas of your ace The end result is a rainbouof treatment cokir* Andthep of jfJii a your IKW comi'>leKKin bach treatment varie* acccwdtne lo your i(vcif>c ncd lit just scniclcM to believe that one treatment done one way. can cute alhlU When the Rainbow Facial has done Its work, ** rrtnosc the masques with our own facial shampoo We then carefully mist your tacc to dose the pores, aiui then massat.'e your fact wth our moiMuri:mt;creme Your Complexion Will Look Like A MilUon Dollar*. IlllCoftlALotLest. An bHihryon tacial is a unique and wonderful experience lor anyone who truly cares about their comnlexmn And you might thint It would Ixr an expensive experience It's not Asan introductory offer well Hlvcyoun K'payebixikJetcontaininc \x!\uv( tips frrxn Margaret Edmonds, the founder (>f Embryon Harr>Rf>bbinanwen qucstKMison the latest hair care techniques T( > qualify Tor this valuable b(K>klct, just come in to Embrson for a free Hydrolator analysis TikThi Coupon I Around The Comer. | Tl)i> ciHiivni ei)tiiie you Ui .1 | f 1 ce 1 (' p.iRe U UDei roiiMinj iiiKilvbiesi inikmcniratiJ I beaiMyiip% liNprevniiit | ulici) fiMiei>M-i tbrtaiiwiiMr-MyiHii flee Hydidbloi .III.IIVM I Face II likanpffrtyoiicant | afTofii u> leftnc • "The publicis invited to attend this fall choral program free of charge." Blaine H. Johnson, SUSC professor of music, saidi— Appearing s ^est soloist with the SUSC group will be Kent E. Myers. SUSC professor of education, who will nar* rate Scott's "Creation." and sing selections from Bock's "Fiddler on the Roof." Myers played Tevye for a 1970 production of "Fiddler on the Roof at SUSC. Student soloists will include Judy Gubler, Kanarraville; Tina Judickis. Las Vegas; Lawrence Esplin, Ordervile: and Jeff Duncan. Vernal. Two coeds from Henderson. Nevada, Joyce McCallitter and April Eastmond. will assist Dr. Johnson in directing the fall quarter festival. Lynne Anderson. Monroe, and Laurie Embl<;y<^ Cedar City, will serve aa pro* gram pianists. Among the selections included on the program will be Barbar's "The Coolin," Ellar's "Wildflower." Berger's "IFInd No Peace," Hairston's Uy Yo' Head In De Winduh. Jesus." Thompson's "Choose Something Like a Star." and Biset's Toreador from Carmen." McCallister Isthe daughter of Mrv and Mrs. R. E. McCallUter.She graduated from Basic High School in 1974 and is a sophomore at SUSC. Eastmond gradsated from Basic High in 1973. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mn. Paul Ryan and it a junior at Southern Utah State. Both are music majoff. HtndwrsM HMW NWS, Htndtrsen, f^evodo *••••** Awards Banquet To Honor I o; TuMdoy, Novambar 21, l7i Who Helped Wolves •••^^•^ Whh the high school football season over it is time to look back on what happened this year and start speculating on next year's season. The Basic players,their fomilies. and coaches will be looking back Tuesday night at the football awards banquet at f> p.m. bi the Basic activities center. Varsity, J.V% and B botball teams will all be Honored. t Emilio Camilloneannounced that the banquet will be a pot luck affair, and many awards will be given out. He called it. "an honor night for the people who have contributed to the Basic football program." He added. "There wUl be lots to eat and nothing but talking about •football. Camillone has compiled most of the varsity Wolves' statistics, and they indicate marked improvement over last year's numbers.', The statistic that counts is the won-lost record, and the Wolves-were 1-9/That is an improvement overthe previous winless season, but not nluch of one. A look at the sooring shows that Basic was outpointed 298-78 this season, the worst shewing by a AAA Division II team. However, a comparison of total offense is surprising. Basic gained 2,245 total yards this year, close to double last year's output. Basic's opponents ran up 2600 yards against the Wolves, about the same as the Wolves allowed last year. • The two totals are relatively close, and it points up the fact that Basic moved the ball this year but did not have much punch when it came to getting the ball into the end zone. Camillone noted that his team converted into scores only one-third of their penetrations inside the15-yard line. The Wolves also had six apparent touchdowns called back by penalties over the season. The Wolves made many mistakes this year, and many came when they were in scoring position. Camillone blamed some of Basic's poor scoring ability on a lack of killer instinct. The Wolves earned 130 first downs this year, to their opponents" 160, another statistic th^t is closer than the won-lost record indicates. Looking *t anather phase of the game in which the Wolves improved, they lost 25 turnovers this year compared to about 50 last year. The Wolves -were penalized for 800 yards this year, slightly better than last year. Going to individual statistics, the Basic rushing garne was spearheaded by^ Otto Kelly, who ^eamtSd^ the ball 85 times for 740 yards. His J8 points scored accounted for almost half of Basic's total, and it made Kelly one of the top scorers in the division. Hopefully Kelly will have as good or better a year next season, bi his last two games this year. Kelly was held to a total of 12 yards rushing. Randy Roche, a senior, rushed for about 500 yards for the second straight season, despite playing injured early in the season. Randy did not do it with breakaway speed either; he gained his yardage by running right through the defense and taking a beating. Senior quarterback Tom Rawson threw 100 passes and completed 42 with 12 interception. He threw for 700 yards and four touchdowns. Rawson had his good games and his bad ones, but he %as one of the best passers in the division. Rawson's number one receiver was Kelly, who^ took 12 receptions coming out of the backfield, and ran gained 129 yards. Defensively, Pete Regetz stood oJt with an average of ten unassisted tackles per game. Regetz is a senior. Camillone is continuing his work to rebuild the Wolves. "We are in the middle of a reconstruction program," he said. We are going to make the effort to develop a positive towards athletics. and towards life. We've made some inroads and everybody involved in the program has worked hard." He pointed out that win against AAA schools have been hard to come by for quite a while. He noted that the Wolves have won just ten games against AAA opponents in the last 16 years.' By instilling a winning attitude and discipline among his players, and by building those players physically with a weight program. Camillone hopes to build a team that can win AAA games regularly. Our Sports World HENDERSON umii • Mirtfu Weightliftlng Plays Important Role in Conditioning of Henderson Athletes ly Jitn Celamaii,, Weight lifting is becoming an increasingly important part of the conditioning programs for many of Henderson's young athletes. Weights are a daily part of the workouts for the Southern^Nevada THf HYMGGYM, is o new mochin at Bosic High S chal. Wrestler lao Hemondes, wrtstier and feetboil p4oy*r at Bosic, dtmenttrates the mochine, whkh builds axplesive power in the legs Sandpipers Swim Team, and they are being emphasized more and more in sports programs at Basic High School. Emilio Camillone, head of Basic's fpotball program, has pushed for an improvement of the weightllfting facilities at Basic, and the weight room in the Basic gym is well equipped. The trick is to get the athletes to use the equipment and use it regularly. Camillone has said that getting the players onto a serious weight program is vital to the building of a competitive football team at Basic. Camillone is concerned with increasing the bulk of football players at Basic. In a game of hitting, like football, the bigger players have an obvious advantage. This year's Wolves were smaller, as a whole, than their opponents. Weights can help make the Wolves bigger and stronger. Sandpipers coach Jim Reitz has had his older swimmers on a weight program since he came to the job over two years ago. His swimmers lift weights for power and endurance rather than bulk. Reitz has started his athletes on a "negative lifting" program this year. Negative lifting is a technique in which the althete working out does not actually lift up weight. Instead, as the Sandpipers practice it, two teammates lift a weight greater than the person working out can lift by himself The person working out takes the weight from his two teammates and then lowers it. The exertion comes, from letting the weight down slowly and iiswd p il m wi | l dee; mud it •!•• siis n gHisiia Ik* stfvvstf Dy N9fiii )W" smoothly and not letting it drop. Reitz explained that negative lifting increases pure strength by requiring more exertion than regular techniques over a full range of movement The swimmers also do repetitionsusing lighter amounts of weight. Using low weight and numerous repetitions increases muscular endurance while lifting more weight for less repetitions generally increases power and bulk. Both boys and girls lift weights on the Sandpipers, and they go through the same workout. Reitz noted that the girls did not take to the weights as well as the boys when he started the program, but they have picked it up and improved noticeably. The Sandpipers work on weights at Henderson Boys' Club. Jim Duscben is be ginning his Hrst season as wrestling coach for Basic. He has a lot of weight experience, and he has helped workout the weight program for Basic's football team Right now be is concentrating on conditioning his wrestlers for the upcoming season. Wrestlers depend on agility and flexibility as well as power and endunaoce Their weightlift ing program is designed to develop each of these factors. In the off season the wrestlers work more to build strength, power and bulk by lifting heavy amounts of weight. .\s the season nears, they work more towards increasing endurance by lowenog the weight and increasing repetition Du schen and Reitz both pointed out that weights are used less as the season proffrcsscs The reason for this is that weigkts tear down muscle tissue, actually weakening the muscle temporarily That is why most weichtlifters work oat oaly ererir ocbcr day The day off gives the muscle time to recuperate. The muscle recovers quickly and comes back stronger than before, but lifting weights just before competition can tire out a competitor before the contest begins. Weights are just part of a conditioning program. Running and swimming are far better exercise for building the cardiovasculi: system, and stretching exercises are important for maintaining flexibility. Duschen explained that any weight program must be properly planned. "I don't think there's any sport that weight can't help if the program is devised property,^' he said. He added that the be lief that weightlifters become slow and muscle-bound is due to those weightlifters who do not use proper methods or do other ex ercises for conditioning Duschen noted that it IS important to get full muscle extension when lifting, and antagonistic muscle groups should be developed. .\n example of antagonistic muscle groups IS the biceps and triceps If a person works on developing his biceps be should also develop the triceps to maintain a balance Duschen said that weightliftlng is extremely safe if it is practiced properly. That means nobody should lift weights unless they are in good health, know the proper techniques. and follow those techniques. Don't lift more weight than you can safely handle and use spotters when lifting a weight that could be dropped. Th three members of the Sendpipen Swim Teom or* procttgativt lifting. Th ttonding girft lift a watght gr*ctf tlwn th girl on the bench con pf. She then lwr th weight slewty while hor team motes o€t os tpettees te moke swre the weight is •> HMdafiM leys ChA. \ Z'

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Mndfn Hem* Nwt, Hvndtreen, Nvado TwMday, NevMnlMr 21.197t BE OUR GUESTS FOR OUR FAMOUS ANNUAL.. T i THE FRIENDLY mimtuA SERVED 12 NOON TO 10 PM THANKSGIVING DAY TOMATO OR ORANGE JUICE OR CHICKEN GUMBO SOUP VI/ALOORF SALAD OR TOSSED GREEN SAUO RmlTeKda SAVORY DRESSING. CRANBbRRY SAUCE Baked Sugar Cured VbiqImHm TROPICAL SAUCE, CANDIDED YAMS Fresh HIet of TARTER SAUCE. laiON WEDGE CtniceCut Keut y 0^ Steak >^ WfTH ONION RINGS V HUALfTY RATED' BY MOBIL TRAVEL GUIDE ALL MEALS INCLUDE Pumplfin Pie with Whipped Cream Hot Mince Pie with Brandy Sauce. Pudding or Ice Cream Coffee or Iced Tea. HAVEA... i /' •Tuesday, November 21 5 PM.9 PIA('~^"' Clucllc(2|Jt.)99*'2!^^; G>uMSi)to99''gSS'^ • Wednesday, November 22 • 5 PM-9 PM \ PejHwytSfdteRto |,2S\ • SERVED 12 NOON TIL ?? Thursday, November 23 \ • VEGETABLE • PLUS TRIP TO OUR SALAD BAR f i CHOICE OF Skm CONSISTING OF 3 BEAN, JBLIED, \ CARROT, WALDORF, RtCE PUDDING b MANY OTHBS. FREE Gloss / /> Choice of drink. \ of Wine or --, .LL^^IL' ooffee or tea A^iJe Cider ^^s:^y6^^^^W<^ ^^^^^^f^-^^^y^^W'Qm^Q^^ WHERE YOU EXPECT THE BEST & GET IT mraaicuM jgiNUSTHflNKSGIVINGDflYfl RfllLROflDPflSS C^" "THflNKSGIVING FEAST SERVED FROM 11D0 AM ROflSTTOm TURKEY OR BRKEDHflm DINNER INCLL (G •CHICKB\I SURPRBME SOUP • SALAD BAR t MASHQ) POTATOES WfTH GRAVY • CANOIQ) YAMS • TURKEY DRESSINGt PEAS b CARROTS • CRANBBffiY SAUCE • HOT MINI LOAF OF BREAD • MINCE OR PUMPKIN PIE t COFE TEA OR MIK iwiPiiii^^ I mmMimm mmmmmmmmmm Thanksgiving Dining Hmdcnofl Hem* Nwt, H*ndrten, Ntvodo Dine on the Lake foryotti: Thanksgiyin^ Dinner ADULT 3.95 f? /. Bailroad Pass Camo iad[Suppc Clnb^ TuMday, Nevtmbcr 21, 197S m SAIOOV FEATURING ANOTHER WEEKEND POOD BONANZAlll GOLD STRIKE Thanksgiving Buffet THANKSGMNGBUFEr....3J5 SERVED AT 6110 PJU. FREE MOVIE ICHUJIRBI MUST BE ACCOMnWISI BY ADULTS) SL0TS-21-BIG WHEEL-iOpen 24 HRS) !>

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Mndfn Hem* Nwt, Hvndtreen, Nvado TwMday, NevMnlMr 21.197t BE OUR GUESTS FOR OUR FAMOUS ANNUAL.. T i THE FRIENDLY mimtuA SERVED 12 NOON TO 10 PM THANKSGIVING DAY TOMATO OR ORANGE JUICE OR CHICKEN GUMBO SOUP VI/ALOORF SALAD OR TOSSED GREEN SAUO RmlTeKda SAVORY DRESSING. CRANBbRRY SAUCE Baked Sugar Cured VbiqImHm TROPICAL SAUCE, CANDIDED YAMS Fresh HIet of TARTER SAUCE. laiON WEDGE CtniceCut Keut y 0^ Steak >^ WfTH ONION RINGS V HUALfTY RATED' BY MOBIL TRAVEL GUIDE ALL MEALS INCLUDE Pumplfin Pie with Whipped Cream Hot Mince Pie with Brandy Sauce. Pudding or Ice Cream Coffee or Iced Tea. HAVEA... i /' •Tuesday, November 21 5 PM.9 PIA('~^"' Clucllc(2|Jt.)99*'2!^^; G>uMSi)to99''gSS'^ • Wednesday, November 22 • 5 PM-9 PM \ PejHwytSfdteRto |,2S\ • SERVED 12 NOON TIL ?? Thursday, November 23 \ • VEGETABLE • PLUS TRIP TO OUR SALAD BAR f i CHOICE OF Skm CONSISTING OF 3 BEAN, JBLIED, \ CARROT, WALDORF, RtCE PUDDING b MANY OTHBS. FREE Gloss / /> Choice of drink. \ of Wine or --, .LL^^IL' ooffee or tea A^iJe Cider ^^s:^y6^^^^W<^ ^^^^^^f^-^^^y^^W'Qm^Q^^ WHERE YOU EXPECT THE BEST & GET IT mraaicuM jgiNUSTHflNKSGIVINGDflYfl RfllLROflDPflSS C^" "THflNKSGIVING FEAST SERVED FROM 11D0 AM ROflSTTOm TURKEY OR BRKEDHflm DINNER INCLL (G •CHICKB\I SURPRBME SOUP • SALAD BAR t MASHQ) POTATOES WfTH GRAVY • CANOIQ) YAMS • TURKEY DRESSINGt PEAS b CARROTS • CRANBBffiY SAUCE • HOT MINI LOAF OF BREAD • MINCE OR PUMPKIN PIE t COFE TEA OR MIK iwiPiiii^^ I mmMimm mmmmmmmmmm Thanksgiving Dining Hmdcnofl Hem* Nwt, H*ndrten, Ntvodo Dine on the Lake foryotti: Thanksgiyin^ Dinner ADULT 3.95 f? /. Bailroad Pass Camo iad[Suppc Clnb^ TuMday, Nevtmbcr 21, 197S m SAIOOV FEATURING ANOTHER WEEKEND POOD BONANZAlll GOLD STRIKE Thanksgiving Buffet THANKSGMNGBUFEr....3J5 SERVED AT 6110 PJU. FREE MOVIE ICHUJIRBI MUST BE ACCOMnWISI BY ADULTS) SL0TS-21-BIG WHEEL-iOpen 24 HRS) !>

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^i^^^l^f^i^p"^ i^T*^^ • • • ^^Wi^^HP Hm Nw, Henderson, Nevada fag* 10 Tuesday, Nevambcr 21, 197t Hndbnon Horn* Ntwt, Hendcnon, Ntvada SPECTACULAR GOLD & DIAMOND SALE! ONE WEEK ONLY ^^ BEST PRICES ^^ON DIAMONDS! 14-K DIAMOND STUD EARRINGS 0.08 ct. RETAIL $90.00. 'k CT. RETAIL 1360.00... 1/3 CT. nC I AIL V^vVaUVt* ••*fft*tiaai \ RETAIL $800.00 .... i RETAIL $1,800.00 29 119" 159* 249" 499" DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING OUR SPECTACULAR PRICE REG. PRICE V4CT 400.00 149 ^h CT ..800.00 i!49 ^4 CT 1500.00 949 1 CT 2000.00 f 49 LARGE DIAMOND INITIALS 12 Diamonds in each initial Reg. 150.00 i^^ £MiLStyles at our incredibly low sale price! -^elaifPrice 80.00 Our Spectacular Price 26 \r MNCH MEDIUM SIZE 14-KT. GOLD GOOD LUCK HORN We really dont k now why everyone thinks these horns bring good luck—we do know that they bring good luck for the jewelers who are selling them at $25.00 each, limit of 3 at our outrageous pricel Reg. Retail Price 25.00 Our Spectacular Price 7 14-KT. FLOATING HEART FOR THE ONE YOU LOVE Small, Retail Price 10.00 Medium, Retail Price 15.00 Our Spectacular Price Medium 14 KT. GOLD SERPENTINE 24" Serpentine Cham | g^^ Retail $50.00 • • 28" Serpentine Chain ^IJ RETAIL $60.00 •iW 30" Serpentine Chain ^ | •' RETAIL $65.00 m^ • 32" Serpentine Chain ^^•". RETAIL $70.00 9m^ 14 KT. GOLD SERPENTINE Serpentine Bracelet K" RETAIL $15.00 # Ankle Bracelet g99 RETAIL $19.00 f 15" Serpentine Chain Q"' RETAIL $35.00 .W 18" Serpentine Cham | ^''* RETAIL $42.00 I W 20" Serpentine Chain T ^'''' RETAIL $45.00 • W % 14-KT. SOLID • r I 18" ROPE \3 CHAINS 89' 2.5mm Ret. 275.00 3mm Ret. 360.00. ii9' 3.5mm • Ret. 425.00. 149 ne |4mm • Ret. 500.00. I All above rope chains available ^ in any lengths. 169" 14-KT. CHARMING CREATURES Here are 14 KT gold teddy bears and 14 Kt gold owli together for the first time Vou can nave either of thei finely crafted 14 Kt gold charms at our incredibly lo sale price Reg. Retail Price 15.00 Our Spectacular Price 4 V \ \.JJ MAXimiUAN eOLD COIN PENDANTS Here IS the perfect complement to our Maximiliangold com rings. Each Maximilian gold com is beautifully framed in T4 Kt. gold for a lovely addition to your gold chain. (Chain not included) Retail Price 45.00 Our Spectacular Price 17 ca £) MAXIMILIAN QOLD COIN RINGS & PENDANTS Here IS most extraordinary value! We can't undar(Und why dozens of other jewelers and many department stores are selling these for 110.00 These are absolutely gorgeous 14 Kt. aold coin rings and are truly a steal at this special sale. Retail 110.00 Our Spectacular Price 26 14-KT QOLD OUR SPECTACULAR PRICE Charm REG PRICE | ^ 99 Holder 45.00 | | Butterfly fi99 Charm 26.00 Q Dollar Sign C99 Charm 2O.OO' Q tL 23*' THE JEWELERS Quantities Limited, All Repairs done on premises. Merchandise Similar to illuatrtttone. We'll refund your money If any other jeweler can tell you the same quality merchandise for a eatttr price. Mordachai THE JEWELERS 2400 Western St. 382-7411 Mon.-Sil. 9:00 a.fli.-6 p.m ^^.c \\\l/ Y?huda MISSION JEWELERS 1350 E FlAMINGO MARYLAND PKWY 737-0626 Won Ml 10 00 fii S 00 p m Sl 10 00 • m 6 pm Son 1 2 00 noon 5 00 p m ^ h LEGAL NOTKE LEGAL NOTia MIWI 9 Vm mil Of MWAM, M MM IW IMOOUMTOf OMB CMttil** N> OMU UM. ONnO, CMMytlavk VI. MMIAMMMI imtumetmttatki ieiMM0W4t< TM •• iMMby • MMH tmitm, iM aMm b tei L Canw *•., MMN. titl, Ut it^m, I met.tmt it tmmtmi mmi wrm ymt, •HMn M 4^1 iMw • > • ai ikto IwMiM pM ytK, aaliiik* •! • 4af •! wta. N fM •**•*""' TMnAnOINWAMf TO IM UOVMMMM tMNMNTi M i iwwMy i IM, tlAWn S OMM, VtfM, NrM4, MItl, an Mmw •• KM M>VMB. n yW MM M Wt Wi |IMfMSIH Wf LEGAL Nong Nona w AmiunoN rat mMtSnOM TO Af W Of M AW TW MMUC WATIII Of TNt t%ri Of MVAM Ofl. a, 1971 hi^k^m fe fc--• a^^ AM a^ f^Pf^W M nWWy pi^WI TWWT wit fTW N*v4a ma4 a^katlafi t* tH* UMMTA WMMMN. at < CMX UNtnA lOKWXMI. Omk ft CMM • y HAnia MUM, BipKy OM* OAH: ok i, im Mill u, in -tMtw. II, M,OM. I, II, 19, l7t On W w aiiiUr 1, IfTS I>M4I< *Iill Nwwtt* I. OtmM, Sfafhan f. A I*M *. McC*rmicli,AIan31,St,BtiS. II. 1*71 M TM MHW MRKIAl RKTIKT COUtT Of IMITAIIOf tMVARA M ANOIOR TM COUNTTOfCUK Mad: 0*. M*:IIAM'7l M#tatlt CAMNO. MTTt hUM UMM AN HAUin, MOI MIM MAUfIT, OARTM. NAUin, MOTT ftANUJN MAUm. tad • onr JOMN itAuin, tivtatriMi. SUMMONS THI STATI Of NIVADA SINDS OIHTINOS TO THI AlOVI • NAMID OlfiNDANT: Taw ara Kaiaby twmmanad and i%quirad ta itrva wpan JAMIS A. WAOMR, ISO piaimifft attamay, wliata addratt k 1311. trid|ar. Na. 170 lai Vatat, Navada HI01 an aniwar ta lita Camplaint arftidt ta harawltli tarvad upan yaw, witMn 30 dayt altar M h w l* rannd tpan yta, tlM atnitt tl Mt Sawwaia vptn y*, tKtwiivt rf MM day tl itnrk*. II yt* aH It •• tor (tto^wioni Wf HtowfT wfi • # to%toi TMt aditn it braw^ It latavtr • (wd*mtm dlMttrliii lb* knidi tl wwtmany n*w and btrtMlm tt l atnp httwtan yaa OATIO thk 3S day af Octabar, 1971 lOflTTA lOWMAN, Ckik ly: RUTH DOWO Dapwty Ckrk (DIfTtlCT COURT SIAl) JAMtS I. OUISMAN JAMIS I. OUISAUN 33S Sawlh Third St., Ha. 34 lai Vafai, Navada 19101 H-Oct. II, Nav. 7, 14, 31, 1971 N01KI Of AffUCAnON fOR fMISSWN TO AffROfRIATt TM fUIIC WATIIS Of THI STATI Of NIVAOA Ocl. 3, 1971 AppllnHm Na. 3ttM ** -I t_ A• -A -i ^L^a —— A^^ Sth day af Saptambar 1971, Jamai f. and Mark A. Abbatt tt Anahaim 9tCTV flV t^lltoaiMC RIOwO Op^llCVTvvn f# THA vtvto Vn^nsM •? to#v##w to' B9fVlMSHvn To op^VB^VvVrO V-t9 O* O lacand laat tl tha pwWk watart af tha •VOfO 9H toOVWwO. WtVOtofO" •• W M M^^MVOftOR NO. JOQ^V NOnCI IS WHIT MVW, rtwl an IIM 17iK d*v tl Onah*>, 1*71, Oarilfi Haki al Ui Vapai, M n idt, niadt appNtatttn I* lb* CnOAOe ^Kv pBtAf vv O^fO^HOR OflO ptOflv V vw tl AM ill, tl aalai bamtftrt tpP^VOfv^^OO OBOO* ^OC^BO I I tfOOf %OW^^^W^O Jl*7. ^v^OSf tinll 00 OnW^toO WO^H OO OROV^ |fvfid MVff* at t new pain* Itttltd VHMA lb* UVi SWVt tadlan 11. T IM. l.tlM., M.D.I. 4 1, tr at a palnl bam abkb Iba IW ttriMr tl raid lacH** I] k**n S. *• il' I7~ I., • dlitwM* •! IMJ.HkM W*lwwillb*in*dlwMt*tfOH SHO OOfflOwW pwf^osov frofH Joiwto^ Iri I* D**tiblktknDa*ii w b*it, 1*71. MOAOO' ••(•rtO IF ^vvVaOffpOVO • OUNO 0 MtTHOAlO, fl. H-Ia 7, 14,11. II, Oat. i, 1*71 Ckik •! lb* CHi sbbtn *e doyi altar lb* flm pwblkjikii tl ita< iMHt* D*t*d O l libtr 17, AD 1*71. NIVAOA NATWNAl lANK •y S) Nl*r 0. Iwmat fITll 0 MMMIS. TnM OMkw CUM. OIMM 4 irON 90VO oogpo^i At^smio i*tv*t*i,Nvnii* (•I A. Ktnt I l-l* 7, M, 11, 1*71 fl flwAT WCvVW WTTnlH VWO to^OnS NiV SWVb, Sactkn 14, T.tll., I.MI., M.0.t4M., ar at a patitl fram witkh tns o to 4tHV w tSM oMTtoVf 10 SMft S. 43* or 01" I., a diitanca *^ 134J.S3 faat. Watar will ba wtad lar ^watl • manl i lpgl and damattk pwrp0Sflt ffVffl JWRW^f I vl TO VOwOnlWOv 31lt tit aacb yaar. Dotaaf fbttpwMkotknOct. 31,1971 Data af lait pwWkatian Nav. 31, 197t (i) laiand 0 Wattarfard Stata Inplnaar N. Ort. 31, Nav. 7,14, 31,31,1971 smNG mm smx m~ YOUNG&RUE MOVING AND STORAGE COa AGBHTS FOB GLOBAL VAN UNES • LOCAL MOVES i, STORAGE • OUT-OMTATE MOVES • j;ONTROllH) MOVES NTO NEVADA WHEitrrs YOUR MOVE. rrs OURS TOOI CALL 457-3060 1624 MOJAVE RD., LAS VEGAS ^'^"^ • • • • • irinc w w w www w wir***"A"*nlr* CROWN LINEN WAREHOUSE SALE MVAHifNMMOA MIMAIOIIt Tiaawbaiibiai ii ifaad • •MOrlallMi oAlfei to d^t oOar tank* rf thk I mmt^mim. iididwi rf OiibdieBaa DyMfWI lMtf, lft N.lk*KSI,at,ltl97t )intment" Specializing in the Latest Style Stock Nnrn, Hoir Cult 4 Blow Drying tor Moity Wofitofi • Childron LMAOY TO SItVB YOU ARI OonNhif DMI JMH MoiQn PUMBM vmm DiOMn 565-8582 MWY in comw mrtiJ 125 WATER ST., HENDERSON IE m Miti omtncKit m comoRias, uBSFnm i LMUS Percale NO-IRON SHEETS FAMOUS MANDS • RRST QUAUn i3^--'r -V" 'V ^f^^"^^ SPECIAL KING SIZE SATIN QUILTED COMFORTERS t29* t KING FITTED "^ KING FLAT '' PR KING PILLOW CASES ^ Tutsdoy, Novombor 21, 1971 BLACK'^ MOUNTAIN PLUMBING i9WMm •toWIRiMAMLWitClEANIO* / fMICITt'OAIItAOEOItfdUll* ^ New mrTURcs INSTALLED • ./ SM474f HAS YOU^ INSURANa KIPTPAaWITHTHr. INCREAHD VALUI OP YOUR HOME?* Haoia impravaaantt, prapii)rla*"!<^ MtaHaaanlk^ loli hot prakakhr • *• valwa a< year hama iky.high. Dan'Iba cawgM with yottar4ay'i Inteianca at taday'i raplocaawnl ceil. For w p l t t t cvrt|ti citl n at KoerclMr KAERCHER S. INStRAl^CE 725 So. sth •384-2813 STARTS WED. NOV. 22ND FOR 1 BIG WEEK A new comedy Ihnlief from ^ aeobfs of "^Ivef Sbeokr GddkHcMin PAitAMOUillPICIUIlESPKSENTS AMILUR-MIIKIS COUN HIG6IIIS PICTUIK COMFORTERS FAMOUS MAKER TWIN i 4 FULLM6 KING My KING/OUEEN SIZE SATIN JERSEY Sh MATCHING SETS Reg < FULL SIZE $0 24 99 NOW ^ j GOIDK m\ CH(Vy CHAS(. FOUL M ik BUIIGESS WM \ DUOLfy MOOiK '^.rvIHOMAS IWILEREOWliK) X MIIKIS V.'"r.COLINHIGGMS ^^^CHAALESfOX w..c', jk' kia>iair.ivai*i.4k'.:HMM't'll ^^., ro-ianMB•_ • .< • -'• • —-• BEDSPREADS OUILTKO— DAN RIVEN ANO OTHER FAMOUS MAKERS TWIN From M9a99f FULL From *23.99^ QUEEN...From ^26.99<^ KING From *29a99'k 20% OFF ON ALL TABLE CLOTHS \*\' > PWCCv QOOD THHU 11 1lfifJ^ DUMNa TMt SALE OUR STORAGE HOURS MON-SAT IM. SUN 114 UnBa&Beckpreadst 384-6074 { ititititidtifirififii SPECIAL HOUDAY MATINEE THURSmSAT-SUN Zxnpjn. NIGHTIY AT 8 PM m & SAT. 7 fr 9 FM MATMS 2 PH SAT. 8 SUN. A0UITSI2JD CHIDREN UNDER 12 )1iB >r^/f^f/f^/^f£ff^^/^^f^f^£/f^£f^^^^^^^ BSB OMM ^ai Ml

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^i^^^l^f^i^p"^ i^T*^^ • • • ^^Wi^^HP Hm Nw, Henderson, Nevada fag* 10 Tuesday, Nevambcr 21, 197t Hndbnon Horn* Ntwt, Hendcnon, Ntvada SPECTACULAR GOLD & DIAMOND SALE! ONE WEEK ONLY ^^ BEST PRICES ^^ON DIAMONDS! 14-K DIAMOND STUD EARRINGS 0.08 ct. RETAIL $90.00. 'k CT. RETAIL 1360.00... 1/3 CT. nC I AIL V^vVaUVt* ••*fft*tiaai \ RETAIL $800.00 .... i RETAIL $1,800.00 29 119" 159* 249" 499" DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING OUR SPECTACULAR PRICE REG. PRICE V4CT 400.00 149 ^h CT ..800.00 i!49 ^4 CT 1500.00 949 1 CT 2000.00 f 49 LARGE DIAMOND INITIALS 12 Diamonds in each initial Reg. 150.00 i^^ £MiLStyles at our incredibly low sale price! -^elaifPrice 80.00 Our Spectacular Price 26 \r MNCH MEDIUM SIZE 14-KT. GOLD GOOD LUCK HORN We really dont k now why everyone thinks these horns bring good luck—we do know that they bring good luck for the jewelers who are selling them at $25.00 each, limit of 3 at our outrageous pricel Reg. Retail Price 25.00 Our Spectacular Price 7 14-KT. FLOATING HEART FOR THE ONE YOU LOVE Small, Retail Price 10.00 Medium, Retail Price 15.00 Our Spectacular Price Medium 14 KT. GOLD SERPENTINE 24" Serpentine Cham | g^^ Retail $50.00 • • 28" Serpentine Chain ^IJ RETAIL $60.00 •iW 30" Serpentine Chain ^ | •' RETAIL $65.00 m^ • 32" Serpentine Chain ^^•". RETAIL $70.00 9m^ 14 KT. GOLD SERPENTINE Serpentine Bracelet K" RETAIL $15.00 # Ankle Bracelet g99 RETAIL $19.00 f 15" Serpentine Chain Q"' RETAIL $35.00 .W 18" Serpentine Cham | ^''* RETAIL $42.00 I W 20" Serpentine Chain T ^'''' RETAIL $45.00 • W % 14-KT. SOLID • r I 18" ROPE \3 CHAINS 89' 2.5mm Ret. 275.00 3mm Ret. 360.00. ii9' 3.5mm • Ret. 425.00. 149 ne |4mm • Ret. 500.00. I All above rope chains available ^ in any lengths. 169" 14-KT. CHARMING CREATURES Here are 14 KT gold teddy bears and 14 Kt gold owli together for the first time Vou can nave either of thei finely crafted 14 Kt gold charms at our incredibly lo sale price Reg. Retail Price 15.00 Our Spectacular Price 4 V \ \.JJ MAXimiUAN eOLD COIN PENDANTS Here IS the perfect complement to our Maximiliangold com rings. Each Maximilian gold com is beautifully framed in T4 Kt. gold for a lovely addition to your gold chain. (Chain not included) Retail Price 45.00 Our Spectacular Price 17 ca £) MAXIMILIAN QOLD COIN RINGS & PENDANTS Here IS most extraordinary value! We can't undar(Und why dozens of other jewelers and many department stores are selling these for 110.00 These are absolutely gorgeous 14 Kt. aold coin rings and are truly a steal at this special sale. Retail 110.00 Our Spectacular Price 26 14-KT QOLD OUR SPECTACULAR PRICE Charm REG PRICE | ^ 99 Holder 45.00 | | Butterfly fi99 Charm 26.00 Q Dollar Sign C99 Charm 2O.OO' Q tL 23*' THE JEWELERS Quantities Limited, All Repairs done on premises. Merchandise Similar to illuatrtttone. We'll refund your money If any other jeweler can tell you the same quality merchandise for a eatttr price. Mordachai THE JEWELERS 2400 Western St. 382-7411 Mon.-Sil. 9:00 a.fli.-6 p.m ^^.c \\\l/ Y?huda MISSION JEWELERS 1350 E FlAMINGO MARYLAND PKWY 737-0626 Won Ml 10 00 fii S 00 p m Sl 10 00 • m 6 pm Son 1 2 00 noon 5 00 p m ^ h LEGAL NOTKE LEGAL NOTia MIWI 9 Vm mil Of MWAM, M MM IW IMOOUMTOf OMB CMttil** N> OMU UM. ONnO, CMMytlavk VI. MMIAMMMI imtumetmttatki ieiMM0W4t< TM •• iMMby • MMH tmitm, iM aMm b tei L Canw *•., MMN. titl, Ut it^m, I met.tmt it tmmtmi mmi wrm ymt, •HMn M 4^1 iMw • > • ai ikto IwMiM pM ytK, aaliiik* •! • 4af •! wta. N fM •**•*""' TMnAnOINWAMf TO IM UOVMMMM tMNMNTi M i iwwMy i IM, tlAWn S OMM, VtfM, NrM4, MItl, an Mmw •• KM M>VMB. n yW MM M Wt Wi |IMfMSIH Wf LEGAL Nong Nona w AmiunoN rat mMtSnOM TO Af W Of M AW TW MMUC WATIII Of TNt t%ri Of MVAM Ofl. a, 1971 hi^k^m fe fc--• a^^ AM a^ f^Pf^W M nWWy pi^WI TWWT wit fTW N*v4a ma4 a^katlafi t* tH* UMMTA WMMMN. at < CMX UNtnA lOKWXMI. Omk ft CMM • y HAnia MUM, BipKy OM* OAH: ok i, im Mill u, in -tMtw. II, M,OM. I, II, 19, l7t On W w aiiiUr 1, IfTS I>M4I< *Iill Nwwtt* I. OtmM, Sfafhan f. A I*M *. McC*rmicli,AIan31,St,BtiS. II. 1*71 M TM MHW MRKIAl RKTIKT COUtT Of IMITAIIOf tMVARA M ANOIOR TM COUNTTOfCUK Mad: 0*. M*:IIAM'7l M#tatlt CAMNO. MTTt hUM UMM AN HAUin, MOI MIM MAUfIT, OARTM. NAUin, MOTT ftANUJN MAUm. tad • onr JOMN itAuin, tivtatriMi. SUMMONS THI STATI Of NIVADA SINDS OIHTINOS TO THI AlOVI • NAMID OlfiNDANT: Taw ara Kaiaby twmmanad and i%quirad ta itrva wpan JAMIS A. WAOMR, ISO piaimifft attamay, wliata addratt k 1311. trid|ar. Na. 170 lai Vatat, Navada HI01 an aniwar ta lita Camplaint arftidt ta harawltli tarvad upan yaw, witMn 30 dayt altar M h w l* rannd tpan yta, tlM atnitt tl Mt Sawwaia vptn y*, tKtwiivt rf MM day tl itnrk*. II yt* aH It •• tor (tto^wioni Wf HtowfT wfi • # to%toi TMt aditn it braw^ It latavtr • (wd*mtm dlMttrliii lb* knidi tl wwtmany n*w and btrtMlm tt l atnp httwtan yaa OATIO thk 3S day af Octabar, 1971 lOflTTA lOWMAN, Ckik ly: RUTH DOWO Dapwty Ckrk (DIfTtlCT COURT SIAl) JAMtS I. OUISMAN JAMIS I. OUISAUN 33S Sawlh Third St., Ha. 34 lai Vafai, Navada 19101 H-Oct. II, Nav. 7, 14, 31, 1971 N01KI Of AffUCAnON fOR fMISSWN TO AffROfRIATt TM fUIIC WATIIS Of THI STATI Of NIVAOA Ocl. 3, 1971 AppllnHm Na. 3ttM ** -I t_ A• -A -i ^L^a —— A^^ Sth day af Saptambar 1971, Jamai f. and Mark A. Abbatt tt Anahaim 9tCTV flV t^lltoaiMC RIOwO Op^llCVTvvn f# THA vtvto Vn^nsM •? to#v##w to' B9fVlMSHvn To op^VB^VvVrO V-t9 O* O lacand laat tl tha pwWk watart af tha •VOfO 9H toOVWwO. WtVOtofO" •• W M M^^MVOftOR NO. 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Ort. 31, Nav. 7,14, 31,31,1971 smNG mm smx m~ YOUNG&RUE MOVING AND STORAGE COa AGBHTS FOB GLOBAL VAN UNES • LOCAL MOVES i, STORAGE • OUT-OMTATE MOVES • j;ONTROllH) MOVES NTO NEVADA WHEitrrs YOUR MOVE. rrs OURS TOOI CALL 457-3060 1624 MOJAVE RD., LAS VEGAS ^'^"^ • • • • • irinc w w w www w wir***"A"*nlr* CROWN LINEN WAREHOUSE SALE MVAHifNMMOA MIMAIOIIt Tiaawbaiibiai ii ifaad • •MOrlallMi oAlfei to d^t oOar tank* rf thk I mmt^mim. iididwi rf OiibdieBaa DyMfWI lMtf, lft N.lk*KSI,at,ltl97t )intment" Specializing in the Latest Style Stock Nnrn, Hoir Cult 4 Blow Drying tor Moity Wofitofi • Childron LMAOY TO SItVB YOU ARI OonNhif DMI JMH MoiQn PUMBM vmm DiOMn 565-8582 MWY in comw mrtiJ 125 WATER ST., HENDERSON IE m Miti omtncKit m comoRias, uBSFnm i LMUS Percale NO-IRON SHEETS FAMOUS MANDS • RRST QUAUn i3^--'r -V" 'V ^f^^"^^ SPECIAL KING SIZE SATIN QUILTED COMFORTERS t29* t KING FITTED "^ KING FLAT '' PR KING PILLOW CASES ^ Tutsdoy, Novombor 21, 1971 BLACK'^ MOUNTAIN PLUMBING i9WMm •toWIRiMAMLWitClEANIO* / fMICITt'OAIItAOEOItfdUll* ^ New mrTURcs INSTALLED • ./ SM474f HAS YOU^ INSURANa KIPTPAaWITHTHr. INCREAHD VALUI OP YOUR HOME?* Haoia impravaaantt, prapii)rla*"!<^ MtaHaaanlk^ loli hot prakakhr • *• valwa a< year hama iky.high. Dan'Iba cawgM with yottar4ay'i Inteianca at taday'i raplocaawnl ceil. For w p l t t t cvrt|ti citl n at KoerclMr KAERCHER S. INStRAl^CE 725 So. sth •384-2813 STARTS WED. NOV. 22ND FOR 1 BIG WEEK A new comedy Ihnlief from ^ aeobfs of "^Ivef Sbeokr GddkHcMin PAitAMOUillPICIUIlESPKSENTS AMILUR-MIIKIS COUN HIG6IIIS PICTUIK COMFORTERS FAMOUS MAKER TWIN i 4 FULLM6 KING My KING/OUEEN SIZE SATIN JERSEY Sh MATCHING SETS Reg < FULL SIZE $0 24 99 NOW ^ j GOIDK m\ CH(Vy CHAS(. 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i^i^l Maw^naw Nama Nawt, HandafMn, Navodo NEWS niOM BOUUn OTY Coundj To Consider New Design For Golf Course Clubiiouse The City Council this week agreed to consider a whole new concept for the clubhouse at. the Boulder City golf course following a presentation by contractors J.T. Anderson and R. Frank Plotke. Finding what they considered many design weaknesses in the present design, the two men offered to produce a design, layout and set of plans for the city at no cost. The structure would utilize metal construction. If the city elects to use their plans, the charge will be $3,000. The decision to explore this avenue further was arrived at after almost an hour of debate and discussion...which opened with Councilman Dick Danielson stating he felt the city should go out to bid on the project and accept "alternate" bids for metal construction as well. It was Danielson who (iptroduced the subject of metal construction last week and requested that the council listen to a proposal by Anderson; an action that triggered architect John Moore's resignation from the project. Moore designed the original structure that has been under consideration until now. Mayor Heber Tobler kicked off die discussion by saying: "1 hate to bring this up at thi* date... but 1 question the usability of the building. Anderson then pointed out what he considered should be corrected, including;--The men's restroom is presently designed on the second floor. It is too small and poorly located. --There is a great amount of wasted space occupied by the vestibules upstairs. Two entrances are planned; one would be enough there. "The proposed kitchen area is too small to serve the needs of the planned restaurant capacity. It is poorly located in the center of the dining area and would block the view for larger banquets. "The deck area is larger than necessary. -•There arc no locker rooms for either men or women. -No handicap rails in the women's restroom. "The pro shop is too small. The cart storage area is too small, with no place for working on them. "As planned, the structure would be a high maintenance building. Anderson then explained the concept of using metal in the structure. He stated it would not resemble a warehouse; the metal is used for the roof and supporting columns. The facings may be finished in any medium. Councilman Ken Andrce and Anderson went back and forth on many of the points listed above Both Anderson and Plotke expressed the feeling that the dining room was not needed now; that it could be added on when the need^arose. Andrce countered that in his experience, nothing seemed to ever get "added on." When the time came, the decision was usually that it was too expensive or the building in questio'i was too old. More discussion followed. Plotke told the council: "I-can give you more square footage for less money." He added the building would be "completely finished inside and out." The two men promised a functional layout on their proposal in two weeks. Danielson moved in favor of following this path. City Manager Mayhlon Degcrncs asked if the council would be interested in Moore's comments on the newdesign, Mayor Tobler was upset. "In mv opinion, we don't have a golf building...we have a restaurant," he said with feeling. "We've been begging on our knees for someone to run the restauram. I'm getting sick and tired of feeling that we have to accept something that we don't want...and build a whjte elephant .^^ On the motion, the vote was 3-1. Andrce cast thc,-, WANT • 12 Tuatdoy, Novtmbar 21, IWi # CONTRACTORS UCENSt NO. 10270 *| Lloyd Elliott lorn Borjlltoux NOW WITH ROOF REPAIR RE-ROOFING^ NEW CONSTRUaiON HOT ROOF SHAKES SHINGLES TILE FREE ESTIMATES •20 N ftOUlDER HWY.HINDERSON, NEVADA ili.i.i.i.i.li.. VACUUM CLEANER ; SERVICE new avallobla at jmer Applionca. 118 E. no (next to 7-11) guests and anyone interested in supporting Chamber activities are cordially invited to attend -Chamber activity continued at a brisk pace during October. There were 378 visitors to the Chamber office on Nevada Highway, boosting the year's total thus far to S.408 Now Takingi Applications for Fast Aaurate Typist (Pleosa do not apply unless obove) NEEDED 3 DAYS PER WEEK, MORNINGS, MAY WORK INTO LONGER HOURS — APPLY FRIDAY BETWEEN 9 A.M. AND 12 NOON. HENDERSON HOME NEWS 22 Water St. No phone Calls — ^^ VOU CA.N GET A LOT IN LIFE with thi.s home 5 lots as a matter of fart, because that is how many lots this terrific home sits on Has 3 bedrooms, large country kitchen, mature shrubs and lots of trees What a super investment and all for $52,750 Call Realty Executives at 783 SSSlorEveninRs at 584 2785 No 238 VACATIO.\ERS' Kent beauti ful 78 Itasca. 25 ft motorhome Self contained, sleeps 8. $250 wk inamilc. Immaculate 293 2247 BC 1959 FORD PICKUP needs Rl. front fender $250 293 2899 BC FOR SALE Wrecked '89 Chevelle Station WaR Recently rebuilt 307 Eng k Auto. Trans. Will sell separately or whole Also: '67 DodRe Coronet 500 $300. Good transportatioTi car. Call up to 2 p m 565 8830. Hrtn FOR SALE '77 FORD, 4 dr Like new 565^0414 Hdn APT FOR RENT 2 bdrm Free wisher dryer & storage rm. Ph 565 9515 Hdn Ht'GE 4 ROOM' Heated Pool! $195! Air. built ins. patio $45 deposit Valley Rentals. 385-5901 H11CE4 BDRM!! Fenced Tor kids & petn Air. built ins $200 Valley Rentals 385^5901, LOST Black 4 White Boston Terrier Nv 16 in Sect 19 (Golf Course Area) Please Call 564 106ifvnuhaveiinv information We mi^s nur pet terribly FOUND • set of 3 keys, near Mnhave Motel in BC Can he identified and picked up at the BOULDER CITY NEWS 1227 Aritona, B C Between 9 am and 4 pm LO.ST tiny black puppy, 8 wks old Child heartbroken ll>04 Dorothy Pr vicinity RE WARD 293 4978 B C. HOLIDAY MOVERS' 5 rm beauty $220 Plush & clean Air Valley Rentals 3855901 9 FT GOLD COUCH, $40. OranRe couch, makes bed $25 293 2899 B C FOR SALE 1971 Toroado, best offtr 293 2247 B C FOUND BICYCLE Identify to claim 5659190 Hdn FOR RENT Studio apt $135 per mo $75 Security deposit Call 5659660 after 3 p m MONEY !\OTIVATED' Then this could be your best in vestment ever' Hurry now, and check into this super duplex located in Boulder City Has new central air and heating system and a new roof Call Realty Ex eculives at 736 8551 or Evenings at 564 2765. No 231 Area Rrefighters Learn How To 'Bring 'Em Back Aive' "Bring "em back alive" might well be the motto of O.B. Strecpcr Sr. of Chenoa, Illinois. Strecpcr has dedicated his life to the victims of vehicular accidents. ..and of improving their chances for survival following a collision. It used to be that victims often survived the grinding scrunch of vehicles colliding only to die as rescuers fought to extricate them from the crumpled mass of wreckage. ~ O.B.'s ifni frts~boen to constantly strive to improve equipment and techniques used tO' free victims from their metal tombs. He was here in Boulder City last weekend to* conduct a valuable 16 hour class in automobile accident eitrication techniques. The course was sponsored by the State Fire Service Training Program in cooperation with the Emergency Medical Services through the University of Nevada, Reno. Men and women from eight departments in southern Nevada attended the intensive two day course hosted here by the B.C. Fire Department and the cooperation of Big John's and Sons auto towing and wrecking service on Foothill Drive. The course consisted of classroom work plui two sessions at Big John's where "victims" infttt removed from wrecks donated by the Boulder City firm. —* In the fteld^ senions, several different types of jccidents were recreated. Victims were placed in. around and under the i of DavidR.Arant,R.P.T. the provider of Physkd Thervpy at Boulder City Hospital bos odded to Ills staff the part-time M. Penney Stirling, R.P.T, The Physical Therapy Depaftment at Boulder City Hospital provides service to both in-potioiits and oytpotiewts, sevoa days per week. looking for a chollenge! are you willing to leora? DISPLAY ADVERTISING IS LOOKING FOR SOMEONE WHO IS-*^ See Happy Preble In person 10 to 12 noon Friday, Nov. 17th $15,000 UNDER APPRAISAL B C Custom 4 bdrm., 2H bath • home on H acre zoned for horses. Master bdrm. has nreplace, dressing rm., Ii Jacuiii. Family rm w-wet bar k fireplace Country kitchen has built in breakfast bar wJeno Air range, Litton dbl. Microwave oven, dishwasher, trash compactor k walk in pantry. Home is located on Mountain setting overlooking B.C. 5 minutes to Lake Mead, k 30 mm to Las Vegas Appraised $130,000 Selling price $115,000. Call owner at 2933046 BC. EACH DAY Ls a pleasure to come home to this house. It is located In Henderson, a large living room, 1748 square feet, an unusual master bedroom entrance, and close to Ba-sic High. Call Realty Executives to find out more about this lovely home at 738 8451 or Evenings at 54-2765. No 277. .NATURE PAINTS A MASTERPIECE Right outside your front door. There's a beautiful view of the whole valley and the mountains. This home has a formal din ing room, fireplace in family room. 3 bedrooms, large 2 car garage and located in Henderson Priced as $7*7,950. Call Realty Executives at 73 Only $100i $200. $300 or $400 dowAljl?a-an Automobile to get around? Contact us We approve our own contracts Instant delivery. We will pick yol up 4 bring you to our car lot Just telephone 5645909 Nevada Auto Sales 1813 N BIdr. Hwy Henderson, Nev One block south of Sunset Blvd. 4 BIdr Hwy KINNEY SHOES OFRRS: Opportunity in Rttailinf Kinn*/* offtrt for carter mindod person: 1. Rapid advancement into management 2. Steady Employment 3. Group Ins. program 4. Profit Sharing 5. Paid vacations 6. Salary plus Commission QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Able to meet k work with public 2. Determination to succeed 3. High school diploma kmr. KINNEY'S SHOIS, 4591 E. TROnCANA, US VEOAS, NEVADA — Men • Fri. — 10 to 6. vehicles. Course students were faced with the problem of how best to remove the injured persons. So tightly were some of the victims ^edged into the cars that it was necessary to all but dismantle the vehicle in order to safely remove them. Roofs were cut. using impact hammers powered by compressed air rather than ths old fashioned ssws that created sparks and fire danger. Come-alongs* were osed to forcefully pull back steering columns and seats. Windshields were removed using quick, effective Vocedures...sll this under Streeper's guidance and watchful eye. The sessions provided participants with valuable knowledge. Comments were unanimousaly favorable from those attending. B.C. Fire Chief Robert Sears is Oiairman of the Fire Training Advisory Board of UNR responsible for the course which is offered throughout the state. Sears has high words of praise for Streeper, calling him the undisputed leader in his field. Much in demand, Streeper travels from state to state giving lectures and demonstrations such as tke one conducted here. Big John's wu also praised by Sears for contributing the vehicles h and site location used in the field exercises. "Without his assistance and contribution, we wouldn't have been able to hold the class," Sears noted. Hopefully, none of us will ever heed the services of the firefighters to extricate us from a vehicle wreck. But if that need should ariK, the job will be done with great skill and care, thanks in part to the knowledge given last weekend. / TIM OOlM'IRlpM vOMfl flv the templa of tii lhw Dofon Ptfotfa IM • omw an c i omplo4i tible to list them all Sits on half acre and toned for hertes Loealed in Henderson don't hetiltte rail RE ALTV EXECUTIVE.S. REALTOR fttr in Appi today at T9M98I or Evcnlnf it SM-TW No 22S Poodle in vie Jinity of W Basic & Vic forvRd Male-12yrs old Red bows on ears. Fam ily heartbroken. REW.ARD! Coll 564.2386 or 565-6127 BOULDER CITY 2 BDRM 2 BTH. lyr old 38 x 18 pool, w Jdcuiii. 6x8 Redwood Sauna, fireplace, upgrade carpet, k pad. custom drapes, block wall fencinK. low maintenance landscaping, automated sprinklers, garage (dry walled) $80,000 293 3024 evenings k weekends IIAlTOI [ 1 Basic Reolty RULTOR 113 W. iBke Mead Or. Handarson 564-1553 — JUST LISTED — .^nd It won't last lone Thi* 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath Homeison aQuietHiRhland Hills Cul-De-Sacand has One of the Largest Lot.s in Hifihland Hills. Drive by 605 Cameo Circle and then Call for Appointment Block Mountain Golf Course Beautiful 2 Bedroom, W Bath home on 13th Fairway LarRe livinfi room with fireplace, fenced yard with automatic sprinklers 3 BDRM W BATH plus den Good area. Call on this one MISSION HIUS LOT With Water Meter Installed 135' X 264' .2 ACRf S ZONED C-3 L'tilities available Corner Lake Mead Dr & Parkview St. C 2 STORE, ofricc, shop and storage Lease Wf If HEK TO HELP) M thrt ii any way wt can auitt yow in tH field of ttol Ettatt, plooM don't hatilatt to contact ut at Saik Roalty. Htrndon Smith, Brakar SPECIAL OF THE WEEK Lovely 3 bedroom. I'j bath home on quiel cul-desac. Security bars and larRe familv room. HIGHLAND HILLS BEAUTY You must see to appreciate this lovely home in Highland Hills It is immaculate inside and out with a raised deck that offers a panoramic view of the entire Valley. LOOKING FOR AN ACRE? You must see this Mission Hills Lot zoned for horses Beautiful lot includes a 3 bedroom,2 bath home with a Tireplace for country living. Perfect for the family that iieeds room for Mom, Dad. the kids, horses and the pets BY APPOINTMENT —LAND USTINGS— Black Mountain Golf Course Lots Boulder Highway Frontage Several R-4 Pieces. 2Vi and 3^ acre Lots Close to High School. 1 Acre • Mission Hills 2 Acres in Paradise Hills ^Building Lot H Acre • Area of VoTech. BIACK MOUNTAIN REALTY564-2727 INSIDE THE VALLEY RANK BIOG. RICHARD STEWART RE\LTnR DICK STEWART LZZIlRl^tSg OPEN 8 30 5 30 WEEKDAYS 9:00-4 00 S.ATURDAYS \FTER HOURS CALL JOAN COOPER BETTY STEWART OENEBAIRD PAUL SULLIVAN '. DORAW\GNER LXRRYWIEDER KEN PROCTOR DIANA DOWNEY PAM\LYNPETERS6NZ JACKIE WILLIAMS ,„,^ MULTIPLE LISTING COMPUTOR SERVICF i, av • LOCATION SERVICE AV'AILABLE ^^ ^^ 5641393 .564-2447 .564-2144 .564-1867 .865^)688 • 565-9064 .56^8326 ..5eM77l JG4.2727 i

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i^i^l Maw^naw Nama Nawt, HandafMn, Navodo NEWS niOM BOUUn OTY Coundj To Consider New Design For Golf Course Clubiiouse The City Council this week agreed to consider a whole new concept for the clubhouse at. the Boulder City golf course following a presentation by contractors J.T. Anderson and R. Frank Plotke. Finding what they considered many design weaknesses in the present design, the two men offered to produce a design, layout and set of plans for the city at no cost. The structure would utilize metal construction. If the city elects to use their plans, the charge will be $3,000. The decision to explore this avenue further was arrived at after almost an hour of debate and discussion...which opened with Councilman Dick Danielson stating he felt the city should go out to bid on the project and accept "alternate" bids for metal construction as well. It was Danielson who (iptroduced the subject of metal construction last week and requested that the council listen to a proposal by Anderson; an action that triggered architect John Moore's resignation from the project. Moore designed the original structure that has been under consideration until now. Mayor Heber Tobler kicked off die discussion by saying: "1 hate to bring this up at thi* date... but 1 question the usability of the building. Anderson then pointed out what he considered should be corrected, including;--The men's restroom is presently designed on the second floor. It is too small and poorly located. --There is a great amount of wasted space occupied by the vestibules upstairs. Two entrances are planned; one would be enough there. "The proposed kitchen area is too small to serve the needs of the planned restaurant capacity. It is poorly located in the center of the dining area and would block the view for larger banquets. "The deck area is larger than necessary. -•There arc no locker rooms for either men or women. -No handicap rails in the women's restroom. "The pro shop is too small. The cart storage area is too small, with no place for working on them. "As planned, the structure would be a high maintenance building. Anderson then explained the concept of using metal in the structure. He stated it would not resemble a warehouse; the metal is used for the roof and supporting columns. The facings may be finished in any medium. Councilman Ken Andrce and Anderson went back and forth on many of the points listed above Both Anderson and Plotke expressed the feeling that the dining room was not needed now; that it could be added on when the need^arose. Andrce countered that in his experience, nothing seemed to ever get "added on." When the time came, the decision was usually that it was too expensive or the building in questio'i was too old. More discussion followed. Plotke told the council: "I-can give you more square footage for less money." He added the building would be "completely finished inside and out." The two men promised a functional layout on their proposal in two weeks. Danielson moved in favor of following this path. City Manager Mayhlon Degcrncs asked if the council would be interested in Moore's comments on the newdesign, Mayor Tobler was upset. "In mv opinion, we don't have a golf building...we have a restaurant," he said with feeling. "We've been begging on our knees for someone to run the restauram. I'm getting sick and tired of feeling that we have to accept something that we don't want...and build a whjte elephant .^^ On the motion, the vote was 3-1. Andrce cast thc,-, WANT • 12 Tuatdoy, Novtmbar 21, IWi # CONTRACTORS UCENSt NO. 10270 *| Lloyd Elliott lorn Borjlltoux NOW WITH ROOF REPAIR RE-ROOFING^ NEW CONSTRUaiON HOT ROOF SHAKES SHINGLES TILE FREE ESTIMATES •20 N ftOUlDER HWY.HINDERSON, NEVADA ili.i.i.i.i.li.. VACUUM CLEANER ; SERVICE new avallobla at jmer Applionca. 118 E. no (next to 7-11) guests and anyone interested in supporting Chamber activities are cordially invited to attend -Chamber activity continued at a brisk pace during October. There were 378 visitors to the Chamber office on Nevada Highway, boosting the year's total thus far to S.408 Now Takingi Applications for Fast Aaurate Typist (Pleosa do not apply unless obove) NEEDED 3 DAYS PER WEEK, MORNINGS, MAY WORK INTO LONGER HOURS — APPLY FRIDAY BETWEEN 9 A.M. AND 12 NOON. HENDERSON HOME NEWS 22 Water St. No phone Calls — ^^ VOU CA.N GET A LOT IN LIFE with thi.s home 5 lots as a matter of fart, because that is how many lots this terrific home sits on Has 3 bedrooms, large country kitchen, mature shrubs and lots of trees What a super investment and all for $52,750 Call Realty Executives at 783 SSSlorEveninRs at 584 2785 No 238 VACATIO.\ERS' Kent beauti ful 78 Itasca. 25 ft motorhome Self contained, sleeps 8. $250 wk inamilc. Immaculate 293 2247 BC 1959 FORD PICKUP needs Rl. front fender $250 293 2899 BC FOR SALE Wrecked '89 Chevelle Station WaR Recently rebuilt 307 Eng k Auto. Trans. Will sell separately or whole Also: '67 DodRe Coronet 500 $300. Good transportatioTi car. Call up to 2 p m 565 8830. Hrtn FOR SALE '77 FORD, 4 dr Like new 565^0414 Hdn APT FOR RENT 2 bdrm Free wisher dryer & storage rm. Ph 565 9515 Hdn Ht'GE 4 ROOM' Heated Pool! $195! Air. built ins. patio $45 deposit Valley Rentals. 385-5901 H11CE4 BDRM!! Fenced Tor kids & petn Air. built ins $200 Valley Rentals 385^5901, LOST Black 4 White Boston Terrier Nv 16 in Sect 19 (Golf Course Area) Please Call 564 106ifvnuhaveiinv information We mi^s nur pet terribly FOUND • set of 3 keys, near Mnhave Motel in BC Can he identified and picked up at the BOULDER CITY NEWS 1227 Aritona, B C Between 9 am and 4 pm LO.ST tiny black puppy, 8 wks old Child heartbroken ll>04 Dorothy Pr vicinity RE WARD 293 4978 B C. HOLIDAY MOVERS' 5 rm beauty $220 Plush & clean Air Valley Rentals 3855901 9 FT GOLD COUCH, $40. OranRe couch, makes bed $25 293 2899 B C FOR SALE 1971 Toroado, best offtr 293 2247 B C FOUND BICYCLE Identify to claim 5659190 Hdn FOR RENT Studio apt $135 per mo $75 Security deposit Call 5659660 after 3 p m MONEY !\OTIVATED' Then this could be your best in vestment ever' Hurry now, and check into this super duplex located in Boulder City Has new central air and heating system and a new roof Call Realty Ex eculives at 736 8551 or Evenings at 564 2765. No 231 Area Rrefighters Learn How To 'Bring 'Em Back Aive' "Bring "em back alive" might well be the motto of O.B. Strecpcr Sr. of Chenoa, Illinois. Strecpcr has dedicated his life to the victims of vehicular accidents. ..and of improving their chances for survival following a collision. It used to be that victims often survived the grinding scrunch of vehicles colliding only to die as rescuers fought to extricate them from the crumpled mass of wreckage. ~ O.B.'s ifni frts~boen to constantly strive to improve equipment and techniques used tO' free victims from their metal tombs. He was here in Boulder City last weekend to* conduct a valuable 16 hour class in automobile accident eitrication techniques. The course was sponsored by the State Fire Service Training Program in cooperation with the Emergency Medical Services through the University of Nevada, Reno. Men and women from eight departments in southern Nevada attended the intensive two day course hosted here by the B.C. Fire Department and the cooperation of Big John's and Sons auto towing and wrecking service on Foothill Drive. The course consisted of classroom work plui two sessions at Big John's where "victims" infttt removed from wrecks donated by the Boulder City firm. —* In the fteld^ senions, several different types of jccidents were recreated. Victims were placed in. around and under the i of DavidR.Arant,R.P.T. the provider of Physkd Thervpy at Boulder City Hospital bos odded to Ills staff the part-time M. Penney Stirling, R.P.T, The Physical Therapy Depaftment at Boulder City Hospital provides service to both in-potioiits and oytpotiewts, sevoa days per week. looking for a chollenge! are you willing to leora? DISPLAY ADVERTISING IS LOOKING FOR SOMEONE WHO IS-*^ See Happy Preble In person 10 to 12 noon Friday, Nov. 17th $15,000 UNDER APPRAISAL B C Custom 4 bdrm., 2H bath • home on H acre zoned for horses. Master bdrm. has nreplace, dressing rm., Ii Jacuiii. Family rm w-wet bar k fireplace Country kitchen has built in breakfast bar wJeno Air range, Litton dbl. Microwave oven, dishwasher, trash compactor k walk in pantry. Home is located on Mountain setting overlooking B.C. 5 minutes to Lake Mead, k 30 mm to Las Vegas Appraised $130,000 Selling price $115,000. Call owner at 2933046 BC. EACH DAY Ls a pleasure to come home to this house. It is located In Henderson, a large living room, 1748 square feet, an unusual master bedroom entrance, and close to Ba-sic High. Call Realty Executives to find out more about this lovely home at 738 8451 or Evenings at 54-2765. No 277. .NATURE PAINTS A MASTERPIECE Right outside your front door. There's a beautiful view of the whole valley and the mountains. This home has a formal din ing room, fireplace in family room. 3 bedrooms, large 2 car garage and located in Henderson Priced as $7*7,950. Call Realty Executives at 73 Only $100i $200. $300 or $400 dowAljl?a-an Automobile to get around? Contact us We approve our own contracts Instant delivery. We will pick yol up 4 bring you to our car lot Just telephone 5645909 Nevada Auto Sales 1813 N BIdr. Hwy Henderson, Nev One block south of Sunset Blvd. 4 BIdr Hwy KINNEY SHOES OFRRS: Opportunity in Rttailinf Kinn*/* offtrt for carter mindod person: 1. Rapid advancement into management 2. Steady Employment 3. Group Ins. program 4. Profit Sharing 5. Paid vacations 6. Salary plus Commission QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Able to meet k work with public 2. Determination to succeed 3. High school diploma kmr. KINNEY'S SHOIS, 4591 E. TROnCANA, US VEOAS, NEVADA — Men • Fri. — 10 to 6. vehicles. Course students were faced with the problem of how best to remove the injured persons. So tightly were some of the victims ^edged into the cars that it was necessary to all but dismantle the vehicle in order to safely remove them. Roofs were cut. using impact hammers powered by compressed air rather than ths old fashioned ssws that created sparks and fire danger. Come-alongs* were osed to forcefully pull back steering columns and seats. Windshields were removed using quick, effective Vocedures...sll this under Streeper's guidance and watchful eye. The sessions provided participants with valuable knowledge. Comments were unanimousaly favorable from those attending. B.C. Fire Chief Robert Sears is Oiairman of the Fire Training Advisory Board of UNR responsible for the course which is offered throughout the state. Sears has high words of praise for Streeper, calling him the undisputed leader in his field. Much in demand, Streeper travels from state to state giving lectures and demonstrations such as tke one conducted here. Big John's wu also praised by Sears for contributing the vehicles h and site location used in the field exercises. "Without his assistance and contribution, we wouldn't have been able to hold the class," Sears noted. Hopefully, none of us will ever heed the services of the firefighters to extricate us from a vehicle wreck. But if that need should ariK, the job will be done with great skill and care, thanks in part to the knowledge given last weekend. / TIM OOlM'IRlpM vOMfl flv the templa of tii lhw Dofon Ptfotfa IM • omw an c i omplo4i tible to list them all Sits on half acre and toned for hertes Loealed in Henderson don't hetiltte rail RE ALTV EXECUTIVE.S. REALTOR fttr in Appi today at T9M98I or Evcnlnf it SM-TW No 22S Poodle in vie Jinity of W Basic & Vic forvRd Male-12yrs old Red bows on ears. Fam ily heartbroken. REW.ARD! Coll 564.2386 or 565-6127 BOULDER CITY 2 BDRM 2 BTH. lyr old 38 x 18 pool, w Jdcuiii. 6x8 Redwood Sauna, fireplace, upgrade carpet, k pad. custom drapes, block wall fencinK. low maintenance landscaping, automated sprinklers, garage (dry walled) $80,000 293 3024 evenings k weekends IIAlTOI [ 1 Basic Reolty RULTOR 113 W. iBke Mead Or. Handarson 564-1553 — JUST LISTED — .^nd It won't last lone Thi* 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath Homeison aQuietHiRhland Hills Cul-De-Sacand has One of the Largest Lot.s in Hifihland Hills. Drive by 605 Cameo Circle and then Call for Appointment Block Mountain Golf Course Beautiful 2 Bedroom, W Bath home on 13th Fairway LarRe livinfi room with fireplace, fenced yard with automatic sprinklers 3 BDRM W BATH plus den Good area. Call on this one MISSION HIUS LOT With Water Meter Installed 135' X 264' .2 ACRf S ZONED C-3 L'tilities available Corner Lake Mead Dr & Parkview St. C 2 STORE, ofricc, shop and storage Lease Wf If HEK TO HELP) M thrt ii any way wt can auitt yow in tH field of ttol Ettatt, plooM don't hatilatt to contact ut at Saik Roalty. Htrndon Smith, Brakar SPECIAL OF THE WEEK Lovely 3 bedroom. I'j bath home on quiel cul-desac. Security bars and larRe familv room. HIGHLAND HILLS BEAUTY You must see to appreciate this lovely home in Highland Hills It is immaculate inside and out with a raised deck that offers a panoramic view of the entire Valley. LOOKING FOR AN ACRE? You must see this Mission Hills Lot zoned for horses Beautiful lot includes a 3 bedroom,2 bath home with a Tireplace for country living. Perfect for the family that iieeds room for Mom, Dad. the kids, horses and the pets BY APPOINTMENT —LAND USTINGS— Black Mountain Golf Course Lots Boulder Highway Frontage Several R-4 Pieces. 2Vi and 3^ acre Lots Close to High School. 1 Acre • Mission Hills 2 Acres in Paradise Hills ^Building Lot H Acre • Area of VoTech. BIACK MOUNTAIN REALTY564-2727 INSIDE THE VALLEY RANK BIOG. RICHARD STEWART RE\LTnR DICK STEWART LZZIlRl^tSg OPEN 8 30 5 30 WEEKDAYS 9:00-4 00 S.ATURDAYS \FTER HOURS CALL JOAN COOPER BETTY STEWART OENEBAIRD PAUL SULLIVAN '. DORAW\GNER LXRRYWIEDER KEN PROCTOR DIANA DOWNEY PAM\LYNPETERS6NZ JACKIE WILLIAMS ,„,^ MULTIPLE LISTING COMPUTOR SERVICF i, av • LOCATION SERVICE AV'AILABLE ^^ ^^ 5641393 .564-2447 .564-2144 .564-1867 .865^)688 • 565-9064 .56^8326 ..5eM77l JG4.2727 i

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^^ T PUT IT IN THE SAll 0 TIAM Mnw dwice ^ wra M. lake ThM ^iwrkmk viMf, •iMira iwrtli iliMt, MM rim, •nd MwHi (lMf. Waiaf, pmm A wwr bi fvody. $3},S00. Trodc W Mme in I.C val ]^ SWRTINO GOODS l}> j4 Business in central lo jC J cation, great opportun *r if ity at reasonable price. *f • ^NSbf K NEW LEWIS HOME T 4 BR Jf room 2 bath, family Never lived in 1^ Priced right at $73,900. * WANTED Mobile home lot only Or Mobile home 4 lot in Mt VisU Estates, or will trade 739^7329 or 497 3052 VEGAS TYPEWRITER RE PAIR 1601 E .Sahara. Las Vegas 739 7329. Our spe cialty. used, rebuilt typewriters .Satisfaction guaranteed FOR RENT Private rm 4 bath Private entrance 965 9398 before 9 or after 2 Hdn it WE HAVE BUYERS WE NEED USTINGS • • VIEW Of CITY f JrBuilding lots overlook A J^Boulder City and El ^ ^Dorado Valley Over 4 ^ ^.Xcre Prices begin at J^ ]^'$25.000 ^ J^ mONE 393-3333 T ^Vivian Richards £i 1757 *f *r Bart Hyde 293 2144 A X^ Carol Roiich 293 4950 ^ j S4 Nt< Hwy *f IMWW City. NV I^ iififitiriririritit'. 12 X SOTRAILER Needs some work Set up in park No equity Balance $3100 Ph 969^)224 Hdn Dt'PLEX New. in Henderson 2 bdrm heating 4 cooling. Completion in 30 days Call 565 0224 evenings for details Hdn BABYSiniNG • MY HOME 565-0977, SANDY. $25. WK. WITH LUNCH. Hdn. 6.A."CiDiei|' Licensed Real Estate Broiler HOMES 4 BEDROOM. 2 BATH" Excellent location Immediate occupancy 974.500 00 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH!' Beautiful new home Family room with woodburning fireplace $73,500 Movt in today NEAR GOLF COURSE" A beautiful, new home near the golf course 3 bedrooms. 2 baths. $72.50000 Immediate occupancy MOBILE HOMES BEAUTIFl L SPLIT LEVEL" 1906 square feet On Mountain Vista lot Coiy woodburninK fireplace $56 600 24 X 44 ADULTS ONLY NEW" Beautiful new 2 bedroom. 2 hath mobile home in Ging erwood $26450 14 X 70 NEW $22 500" Adults only 3 bedrooms • 2 baths Possession today" IMMEDIATE OCCl PANCV" 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath Adults only $14,900 NEAR SHOPPlNfW' Adults only 2 bedroom. 1 bath $19,900 00 IN MOORE S" 2 bedroom, 1 bath 8 iw52 $3.75000 Adults only BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 3CHAIR BARBERSHOP $2.490 00 TERMS BUSINESS LOCATIONS AVAILABLE $290 AND $200* PER MONTH VARD WORK TRACT CLEANUP Reasonable S64-r49 afUr 9 BOOK SALE • 29% OFF Hokys. reg $22.9$ now $1099; Al most everything at a dis cpunt Kcelc's. 97 E. Basle Hdn 960-7132 SAND, GRAVEL, TOP MIL 4 LANDSCAPE BOCK, Call tn-MI$. R.C. DIAL A THOUGHT 732-0472 I BOUlOlt ILEaRIC • Licensed, bonded. Insured ; Lie No 19187 • Call 293 1097 or 293-4899 THE DOME ., $$$^181$ M^NT •OiALlOB* ,\ afiii*ii^i*a4*liffewn-TWafeB^eri Sue BroadbtDt Tom Frian. 293 1150 Lillian Collins Ml Dunawav 283 2438 Nanry Murphy Slitrtey Phillips 283 2000 Ed Harrey GA Curl) Smith 283 1368 REALTORS V£.S BOULDER REALTY BU,10* 293-3300 FOR INFORMATION CALL: 293-3232 EXCELLENT BLDG LOT IN SUBDIVISION 11 Approx :^4 acre Call fordeUils. Priced Rightl BUILP YOUR DREAM HOME on one of these subdivision 11 lots we have listed Call for information DRIVE BY AND SEE ME SOMETIME at 1542 Sandra, then check with the ofTice to see all my plans I'm gonna be a beauty! HOME Definition a peaceful or restful place; refufie; haven And that is what this home offers, with Its tree-shaded grounds, brick construction, hand plastered walls, high ceilings and much, much more Call us for an appointment to see. A HENDERSON BEAUTY 3 bdrms. 2 baths, located in the lovely Mission Hills area It features a "circular drive, tiled entry, a vaulted knotty pine ceiling, bricked fireplace, a great deep sweetheart tub with jacuzzi in Uie master bath. Call for appt. to seel" FAST GROWING EXCLUSIVE AREA 3 bdrm 2 bath Lovely home with a great see through firep lace Large lot with room for R V. Parking A DREAM COME TRUE? on quiet tree shaded cul d • sac 3 bdrm 1'4 bath. 2 car garage. PRICED TO SELL PRESTIGIOUS GOLF COURSE LIVING custom 2 story, 3 bdrm 2".* bath, w car garage Overlooking lush green fairway and magnificent mountain peaks. NEAR NEW -14x 70' Mobile home with covered carport and patio, many appliances and (brnishings included. Nice 10' x 10' storage shed and lois of shrubs. FENCED YARD, very nicely kept Mobile home 2 bdrm 2 bath large kitchen. 2 car carport. Enjoy the SPECTACULAR VIEW OF LAKE MEAD, from this lovely 3 bdrm 1^ bath home Gas fireplace in living room, spacious master bedrm. suite Double garage. Excellent building lot, OVERLOOKING LAKE MEAD Underground utilities to property. THE VIEW IS SENSATIONAL: GREAT LOOKING TOWNHOUSE with view of Lake Mead and surrounding mountains End unit provides extra nice view with privacy. Truly a^ must to see! YOU CAN OWN THIS i nmaculate 2 story home with many, many extras. Excellent location. Large pool with redwood decking makes for lots of f\in in the hot sun OWN A LOT details. with a view of Lake Mead Call fer MAKE MORE MONEY check into this business opportunity. Everything fi'om mobile home to landscaping ARCHITECT DESIGNED. CONTEMPORARY home on over 2/3 Acre, majestic view from all living areas 4 bedroom, 2W baths, stunning master bedroom suite, family room features stone flreplace • BUILDIN'G LOT IN SUBDIVISION 11 High lot with a beautiful view. Owner i a licensed real estate sale^man. INCOME PROPERTY Well kept older duplex Ideal location in Central Boulder City ON THE SIDE OF A MOUNTAIN'Beautiful raised lot overlooking the lake with unrestricted view. One of* Kind! EXCELLENT FAMILY HOME 4 bdrm 1>, bath, with family rm., Large corner lot with fenced in backyard Excell neighborhood PRIDE OF OWNERSHIP deacribei. this lovely spacious 3 bdrm., W bath home with swimming pool Excellent location Call our ofTice for deUils. RANCH STYLE HOME in the popular Mission Hills EsUtes Excellent floor plan, 3 bdrm 2 fUll baths Call now and pick out your own color Mhcmes. COMFORT and ECONOMY are yours in this newly carpeted, tastefully decorated 3 bedroom \\ bath. Mobile home Lovely fenced yard with shade trees. Janice Crawford Deanna Kcele „_. Rick Shea „. WR (Winnie Clark).. Pat Shuman Diana Leseberg June Hansen 416 Nevada Highway Boulder City, Nevada Phone 293 3232 1970 SKYLARK CONVERTIBLE. $1299 1971 Lincoln Coup, $14M. 12 gauge automatic shotgun, $179. 804 Nevada Hwy Boulder City. SACRIFICE 1990 Cadillac Coupe DcVille Beautiful condition Best offer. 804 Nevada Hwy.. Boulder City. NEW MODELS! Set up in Gingerwood Park. 14 x 70,2 bath, garden tubs, AC, skirting 4 awnings Mobile Home Show 497-9410 PATIOS. STEPS. COOL DECK AND REPAIR 30 yrs exp Hourly 49 • 1939 or 909 9300 TEDDY'S KITCHENETTES "Jast hriag yatir tMihbrash" 29S-171I %tVfVWrVMM ArtferiMs^ UnhU, alcralaa, Mthaa, alUrgy, slrvkt, sciaUea, ilaai, (• • (, pTMUto. ,7$$-TSl. MOVING SALE Kenmorc Washer 4 Dry: Sofa 4 Lovtseat; Beds; Dinette Set 4 Odds and ends 780 Rain bowSt -THURS Hdn FOR SALE 24'Travel Trailer $2,000 FIRM 382 2905 or 904 2326 after 9 Hdn I WILL DO IRONING IN MY HOME Reasonable 969 0647 LOST white 4 dark gray cat. 8 mos old, in vicinity of Nebraska St Small Reward! 904 3340 Hdn NOW ACCEPTING APPLICA TIONS for Seamstress Apply in person. 979 Lake Mead Dr, Hdn AHTEX CORP I PIGEONS FOR SALE 102 Manganese Ph 964 9870 Hdn CHANGE PERSONS NEEDED APPLY Gold Strike Inn Hwy. 96 and 406. B.C. "BIG JOHN" BLETSCH IS BACK at his Auto Wrecking Garage 4 Tow Service 1631 Foothill, B C 293^661 FULL TIME COOK WANTED. Under CETA program. 293-3131 St Jude's B C. rtM SHAKLK PRODUaS Rhoda D. Hagadone Authorized Distributor 293-4350 B.C. We'll Call On You" lollENT vLOHMaapM. Matri.S5-7Sir RICK'S MARINE SERVICE: Certified Merc Mech lOyrs. exp Merc. Volvo, Chrysler Jets OMC 909^7996 Hdn FOR SALE 3 bdrm. Condo m bath pool Ph. 969-9829 or 964 9696 Hdn UOYoTlUGH CONSTRUCTION Fl-ee Estimate Residential Small 4 Commercial No. 15064 564-5321 For rent 1, 2, & 3 bdrm trailers $30 to $60 wk Call 96$ • 7763 or 968 7141 Hdn. .VEEDiNG BABYSnTINC JOBS $29 wk. Care In lay hone. Call between It A L 969-9196 • f LP.N's. nurses aids and orderlies 4 -10 hour shifts per week Full and part time Boulder City Care Center 601 Adams 293 9191 B C HELP WANTED Station at .. Undant. Experienced Apply at Zlke's Hdn Tex aco. Water 4 Lake Mead Hdn. MUST SELL•72 CHEV CAP RICE Gold. V 82 barrel Like new 4 door Must drive to appreciate $1999. or best offer 964-1646 PAINTING: Interior • exterior. No job too small Free Estimates. Jack. 73^7273 FfipiNn TTL SB5-7B2B lleiDdiWab XkriM MOSSBTS MASONRY DiM MoMir jMHon Conbidv IJLN0.1478B ^ FOR SALE 1972 Ford half ton pickup. V-8. good cond 733 7983 aft 6 p m V^^PWVWPWW Hf "There Is ne subttitwta fr EiperiMn* ^B nCK BIAR REALTYREAITORS 833.NEVADA HWY. 293-2171 or 293-3402 AFTER HOURS CALL BobBlair .293 2049 Carl Cowan 293 1499 Andrea Andersen 293 2158 REALTOR Katie Cartlidge 293 2294 Michele Hess 293 1277 Tom Bryan 293 347: m k MLS a ..JB3-227S ''193^1492 ...293 3209 ^293 2848 ..2KAT9t ..jn-27a ..J934223 UNUSUAL. BEAUTIFUL brick custom, 4 bdrm 2W bath. 2 car finished garabe, 19 x 40 patio Intercom system, custom carpet, drapes On large 100 x lOO ft lot Approx 3400 sq ft liveable LOVELY CUSTOM. 4 bdrm 2^ bath Extra large<2 ear garage Family room Fireplace. 2 patios, dining room. Block fence A LOVELY EXECUTIVE HOME EXCELLENT AREA, 3 bdrm 2 bath, new carpet, drapes This Immaculate home only $68,900 OO LOVELY MOBILE ESTATE LOT with 2 bdrm 2 bath, mobile home 24 X 52 Custom carpets, drapes, all fenced SEE USI BEy'TIFUBW UAIDfiCAi>,EDCUSTOM -4 Bdrm 3 Jv seTuStifr' n"' '*'''• """"'•** BEAUTIFULCUSTOMBRfCK HOME, 3 bdrm, family rm, 2 bath, 2 car garage, lar^e storage bldg, autosprinklers, fireplace, custom carpet 4 drapes. $77,500 00 EXCELLENT LOCATION, 3 bdrm, 2 bath, large fenced yard, 2 car garage, utility rm., WONT LAST. $60.50000 EXECUTIVE CL.,rOM OVERLOOKING LAKE MEAD, approx 4acres, 4 bdrm.. beautiAil fireplace, 2 baths, xtra large garage, parking galore, SEE US FOR i .NFO. FAST FOOD BUSINESS. Small investment is all that Is needed to own your own business Priced includes business and inventory. Call ua for OeUils. GOLF COURSE LOVELY, 2 story, 4 bdrm 2^ baths, approx ZMOtq ft liveable, microwave oven, compactor, dining rm, I fam rm., with lovely fireplace SEE US. EXCELLENT FAMILY HOME. 4 bdrm IW baUi, 2cargarage. patio, $80,000. SUPER VIEW! 2 story. 4 bdrm, 2H baths, fam. rm., 2 car< garage, auto, sprinklers, fenced yard, covered patio, $90,000 Nr 2 bdrm. 1 bath." auto, sprinklers Only | LOOKING FOR carport, central $38,000 TERRIFIC VIEW, approx 2,100 sq. ft., 4 txlrm., 2 tuW baths, fam. rm. with fireplace. Kitchenaide appliances, dual payne windows, large lot, LOVELY HOME • SEF. US ON THIS WE HAVfc BLDG LOTS, some overlook Lake, others With beautiful views. COME IN FOR DETAILS WE HAVE SEVERAL CUSTOM HOMES, under con-1 struction. Priced fi-om $73,500 SEE US FOR DETAILS. BUSINESSES FOR SALE, ievctal to choose (h)iB, BE YOUR OWN BOSS'!! IIST WITH US-WIWIU SIU YOUl HOMi SEE US FOR COMMERCIAL 4 INDUSTRIAL raOPCRTY I Are you living with a Drlahing Preblem??? If so, why, not try Al • ABOD. Meetings are TIMS. 10 a.m. 84. Timothy's Episcopal Church. Tues. 8 p.i^ Club, $1 Water St Wed.' 7:30 p.m. St. Rose d Lima Hosp. For more information, call 969-9963. FOR RENT 400s f Office, with nr without enclosed Storage Yard Ample Parking, easy access to Boulder Hwy Rent includes all utilities except phone For information, call 964-2999. (NSTIlLf D WATf R 49' per gal Bring container to SORENSENS 50 Avenue C EC 283-3770. MMMMHMMMHNMMl /FOR'ALL YOUR\ I GLASS NEEDS! / GLAZIER NEEDED Call Kelly Glass Co 491-9193. CHIMNEY SWEEP, Paint, clean, repair, install. You name it. I do it. Mr. Fix-itall. Ben DePue, S65-74M Hdn .'OR SALE • 1874 Honda C9300 Motorcycle Very good condition Can l>e seen at 106 Yucca, Hdn 969-7483 $800. ^ u FOR SALE 8 X 40 Mobile Home. Furnished nice w new carpeting Quiet area $3800 Moore s Mobile HomeParkSp n.9C ax: ZK as SK Heiider$onftraltu.liic< ^ouLOER CITY BRANCH Omci I-. 1636 NEVADA HWY. LB 2<)3-2l5l (Mio^ DUANE & UUBACH. REALTtW LIMITED EDITION New luxury home with 2OO0s4| ft oflivlng space Custom kitchen with Rosecrest cabinets Family room has slumpstone fireplace Pool and Jacuui • Located near golf course LETS SELL 293-2191. SACRIFICE SALE Due to health owner must sell this newly constructed 3900 plus sq ft Spanish Style home on a 46 acre lot that has a view of Boulder City 4 Bedrooms, 2H Baths Let ui SHOW YOU this FANTASTIC HOUSE with a BARGAIN PRICE Call Today 293 2191. LAKE MEAD VIEW Custom 1740sq ft home with beautilVtl view of Lake ^ad from Living Room and Master Bedroom Living room also has gas burninii fireplace Sun deck above 2 car garage 3 Bedrooms, IS Balks. Owner will carry with down. Call Today .. 293 2151. EXECUTIVE TWO STORY Custom elegance with golf course location. Built for energy conservation Country kitchen with woodcrafted cabinets Large lot for R V parking and Anthony Peel li back 3 Bedrooms, 3 Baths MANY MORE EXTRAS 203 2191 SUBDIVISION 11 CUSTOM Beautiful Custom stucco home 23O0s<) ft ofllvlngspace Family room has fireplace as well as fireplace in Muter Bedroom Jacuizi with Mahogany trim in Master Bath Step saver kitchen Room for pool MANY MORI EXTRAS Call 293-2151 COUNTRY CLUB UVINC Lovely two story home with brick acccnU. 3 Bedrooms 2H Baths Country Kitchen with modern comtorla. Laad-' Kaping in fVont Calj 293 2191 COZY CUSTOM Newly constructed custom home in golf course area. 4 Bedrooms, 2 Baths Fireplace with heat a lator Indirect lighting throughout Walk in laundry room Finished gara^ THOROUGHLY CUSTOM 293 2191 FANTASTIC BUY NEAR GOLF COURSE 3 Bedroom. W Baths on a large lot Family .w. reflecting fireplace. Room for R.V. Parking. Call 203^2191 ^ ^ FOUR BEDROOM LEWIS New home 1% Baths Family room. Call 283-31$l. NEW NEIGHBORHOOD Lewis Home 3 Bedroom. IH Baths 1198sq. IL vltlllew garage Near the golf course. 2$3-21$l. NEW LEWIS HOME 2 Bedroom. IH Baths 2 car garage. Family beautiful view of valley 293-2191. FOR EVENINGS CALL DuaneG Laubach John "Woody' WoodrolT. Edna Moore _^ Irts BIctach Ann ^hmiuuin .J1MMT mni liili i f i Hf ia mm 1 HendarMn Home News, Hendenon, Nevado PUT IT IN THE SILVII lOWE KiNNILS Boarding Grooming Tralnlnjf Pick Up 4 Delivery service^ 1949 Parkson Road 191 ROOM ATTENDANTS MOTOR INN Steady work Good conditiont. Company paid benefits.' Apply in person or call for appt. Housekeeping Dept., 3900 Paradise Rd 731-20?0 CHILD CARE: Licensed home' in CT. Sewell Area 964-2870. FOR RENT • 4 bdrm, 2 bth, garage, carpet 4 drapes. Children 4 Pets OK. 886 El Camino Way. $490. Lewis Homes, 736-8960. WAITRESS WANTED El To rtto Restaurant. 964-2309 Hdn GRANT APPUCATIONS FOR AN ELDERLY Nutrition program in B.C. area are being accepted through Nov. 30. 1078. For applica tion forms and grant info, contact. Division for the Aging Services. 909 East Kings St, Rm 101, Carson City, Nv. (702) 88M210. CITY LIFE Bringing you down' Then here is your perfect chance to get away from it all' Beautiful custom home with four bedrooms, 2 ear garage, fireplace, luxurious carpeting through out, large country kitchen and plenty of room for R V. parking located in Henderson Priced at $69,290 No 293 Call Realty Executives at 73S 8991 or Evenings 964-2765 TippmCon$truction FREE ESTIMATES REMODELING PATIO COVERS ADDITIONS DeVan Tippetts (owner) Lie. No 13904 PH. 565-0998 aiAiioft' CtWu THREE BEDROOM 1 & \ BATH In Valley View area. Fenced rear yard with 1 carcarport and patio. $42,000. TRACT II Two bedroom with third converted to den. Central refrigeration and beautiful Tireplace $45,500 TRIANGEL AREA 2 bedroom. 1 bath excellent buy on this home at $37,500. NORTH LAS VEGAS Two bedroom, 1 bath home in East Las Vegas Tract. $36,500 THREE BEDROOM, ONE BATH In Valley View. This home has large living room with rock fireplace. Completely fenced rear yard Neat & clean. $5,000. HILLCREST AREA home $42,000 Three bedroom, 1 k \ bath HUGE BACK REAR YARD In this three bedroom 1 k % bath home in Valley View. Central reft'igeration, Ben Franklin stove. $44,850 ZONED R 4 Three bedroom, 2 bath home in Pittman area This is new under home construction on R-4 property $45,000. NEW HOME IN SECTION 27 -Three bedroom 2 bath 2 car garage Zoned RE. Call Morrell for appointment. ONE-HALF ACRE ~ Three bedrooms, 1 k ^ baths located in Section 27 Ready for your own individual taste in landscaping. $57,650. TWO NEW HOMES LEFT Newly constructed, all have 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, and 2 car garages. Buyer to have choice of carpet and tile. ONLY $39,500 Very clean three bedroom, 1 k \ bath home near Center St. Call Morrell for appointment. WALK TO TOWN Two bedroom, 1 bath home behind Valley Bank. Convenient to shopping and casinos. $36,500. R-4 ZONING Remodeled 2 bedroom, 1 bath home with lots of potential. Completely fenced front k rear. Must see. $45,000. / HIGHLAND HILLS Three bedroom, 14 \ bath home in well kept area Completely fenced rear yard with view of Vegas Valley. $51,500. ELEGANT HOME IN HIGHLAND HILLS Spacious rooms throughout with good taste in decorating This lovely home overlooks the front side of Black Mountain GolfCourse. Large country kitchen with brakfast bar. Completely fenced yard with automatic sprinklers. For the discriminating buyer, this home i| a must to see. MOBILE HOME AND LOT Sunrise Trailer Estates. 4 bedrooms, m baths. Needs some T.LC. $29,000. ""MomlT'ilMTty is 0 HHSSMM Wod" IVAIYN MOWill ...BWKii PEG COLE ^ -•" iSfilH ALLEFRANCOIS ^ Z^^^ BARBARA McNAlR. -^^ MILUE POTTER --• --^^2^^ ur:i;if:ii^ Rebuilt vacuum cleaner sale fVom $29.90.1 yr. guarantee SORENSENS SEWING CENTER 909 Ave. C. 283-3770, B.C. \ WANTED Chevy ParU. Engines, transmissions, etc. Cash or trade Kelly Glass. '491-9193. 1967 COUGAR, air, power steering and brakes, runs good. Needs some rear quarter work. 293-4431. B.C. FOR SALE BY OWNER subdivision 11, lot No. 89, $22,900 terms. Call area code 714 728-8999 Fallbrook,Cal. collect STUDIO ROOM • Pri. entrance & bath City Hall Area. Meals avail 964-9888 Hdn. BABYSITTER needed afternoons Robert Raylor School Area. 964-23T7. Hdn. FREE FILM OR CASH DISCOUNT ON ALL FILMS,'] Printed and deveUpcd al VAN'S NEVADA DRVG,. BOULDER CITY, NV. FOR SALE Metal cabinet w-sink 4 1974 Wilshire Mobile Home 14 x 60 964^9069 after 3 p.m Hdn. 77 Mobile home 24 x 48,2 bdr. 2 bath, storage, landscaping, porches, awnings. Adult Park $29,900 by owner. 2939130 B-HILL LOT Panoramic view. $19,000 and assume assessments 293-4190 DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS 4 MENDING Also laundry 4 ironing service 969-M04. Hdn. Patios, driveways, foundations, electrical, plumbing carpentry, repairs by Mr. Fix-it-all, Ben Depue. 969-7488. ,ANONYMOUS Open Meetinf: Wed., 1:00 p.m. FUMJC INVITED: 51 Water Stieet i S6S-7073 FREE FILM OR CASH DISCOUNT ON ALL FILMS, Printed and developed al VAN'S NEVADA DRUG, BOULDER CITY, NV. DOES YOUR BATHROOM NARLITE NEED REPLACING? Free Estimates, $•4-2191. Hdn. 1977 FORD RANGER 190 PU. Auto., air, PS. $4890. Call Frankie Newman. 389-2282. MOTEL ROOMS 4 KITCHENETTES Color TVs. Utilities and Linens. WEEKLY Ph. Yolanda, 491-2449 12 X 80. 2 BDRM MOBILE HOME located in family section ofBC. Park $12,000. Call 293-4344. B C. PUT YOUR BEST FACE ferward with a cemplimealary MARY KAY FACIAL. 283-4848. B.C. 3 bdr..2 bath Home, family rm.r carpeting, drapes, corner lot, $73. 900. By owner. 293-9130 CLEANING LADY NEEDED Wed Fri. evening hours, part time. SUPERIOR BUILDING MAINTENANCE 389-1012. liO YEAAS EXPERIENCE* jjTRIMMINCj AND REMOVINOj 'TREES. Serving Henderson* area. 293-2119 • FOR RENT • Private rooms with kitchen $20 4 $29 per wk. 293 1716 B C DRIVER'S LICENSE TESTS Tuesday and Wednesday 8:4$ am lIZnMa-lpml4:ISpm.Cily annex Civic Center 290 Water Street Reem S FIX UP FOR THE HOUDAY 4 increase the value of your home. Call Mr. Fix-it-all, Ben Depue. 969-7468 Hdn. FOR SALE 10 X 99 Marlette trailer, furn Enllosed 8 X14 porch, tool shed 10 x 10. Must be moved by Oct. 79. 293-9302 1007 Nev. Hi. No. 3 B.C. '74 DODGE DART SPORT SLANT 22 9 48,000 mi. Good tires. Air, super clean. Low book $1879. My price, $2000 964-2241 after 6 Hdn. MURRAY BUILDERS Bonded Ut No 15014 Patio Covers, Room Addftions. Remodel. New ConI struction. If in a hurry, Call MURRAY 293.3353 HELP WANTED • Night shift, 3 11. Fast food, mature person. Apply in person at A 4 W Drive In. Hdn. SENIOR CITIZEN WANTED TO LIVE IN with elderly lady Light housework, cooking. Room 4 board 4 small salary. 964-1160. Hdn. 10 X 90 Mobile Home. 2 bdrm.. Adults only, BC Park. $6,900. Call 2934344. BC 24 X 60 NEW MOBILE HOME Set up in Gingerwood Has circle kitchen, side by side refrigerator, a-c, skirting, awnings, porch Call Mobile Home Show, 497-9410. SEWING MACHINE SPECIAL Clean, oil, adjust tensions. Only $6 99 Free pickup 4 delivery 643-0817 WATKINS PtOOtiCTS AVAIlMl$ Coll 569-4158. Hdn. ;R>8 8 Television and Antenno Speciolties of Boulder City Custom Antennas for the most in viewing and listening pleasure PH 293 4976 — UNIT 2 — From $42^ PH. 565-6199 Conilock afiordabb MUKHTS OIIMU FREi nCKUP 4 DiUVIRY a HWwn AIM Ontyl 565^0139 NEW LOCATION 31 WATEt ST., HENDERSON NEED TO SEU YOUR HOUSE? WE WIU BUY IT NOW! Catk 293-1613 GA. "Cwrty" SmitS, Inc. mtac E U B u ax u s w B U st MAltOt Jkk*— Bob Olsen Realty & Insurance Inc. eailor.MLS 6 Water St., tfgiwferi^wq LOVELY AND ENLARGED 3 large bedrooms with sliding doors to private patio • garden off master bedroom, enlarged country style kitchen with lots of storage, formal dining room. 2 f\ill baths. Very tastefully upgraded throughout Priced right. 4 BR W BATH LARGE YARD Large country style kitchen with enlarged bedroom, wardrobes, lots of storage and additional laundry room with many built ins and walk in pantry 8X10 storage large fenced yard, with rear and side entrance. Only $49,000 LARGE ITtAILER ESTATES LOT with 4 Br 14 Bath remodelled and very neat and clean 197126X98 Double ExpandoTrailer All newly carpeted Very sharp Added work.shop and Laundry plus storage shed ToUl only $30,000 Owner will carry part of financ ing. LOVELY VALLEY VIEW 3 Br home with lots of Improvements, including large covered patio, completely fenced yard. 10 x 18 Dining room, range dryer, dishwasher, garbage disposal all in eluded in price Carport accomodates four vehicles Very Nice See to appreciate ENJOY CHRISTMAS WITH A BEAUTIFUL FIREP LACE This 4 br. 2 (Ull baths 18'x22' Living room with brick fireplace covering one entire wall, built in bookcases, 6x8 Entry foyer giving access to several rooms of home, excellent floor planning for the tiirger home Large country style kitchen, plus walk in storage 18x18 Work shop This is a super home with over 2087 sq ft of good living Only $88,000. 2 BR 1 BATH WATER ST PROPERTY Business soned Presently rented Call fbr appointment only Tenant not to be disturbed. 3 BR PLUS DEN IS Bath Valley View with garage. 24x33 Patio, fenced, addn'l storage Lots of extras. Almost immediate posses sion. Owner Transferred. ACRE OF LAND ONLY $14,000 This won't last long 1 acre in Sect 19 Ready to build Several Parcels of 1 Acre and 2H Acres in Section4^High on the Hill with a gorgeous View Call for details. AFTER HOURS CALL JEANNE A OLSEN DE MARCaBROKER PETER J OLSEN, SALESMAN • VIRGIL McKlNNBY. SALESMAN JANET SHAW, SALESMAN ,....^ LOBIN WILLIAMS. SALESMAN PAUUNB TtNA" WILLIAMS. SALESMAN MICHAEL P. mOKMIYE^ALESMAN-. #HOMES •ACREAGE • COMMERCIAL REALTORS *fiAl5< 125 W. LAKE MEAD DR. HENDERSON, NEVADA 565-8947 HAVE YOU SEEN THESE BEAUTIES' They're nearly finished and awaiting your color selections. Seven homes, all designed for modern family living. Spacious open floor-plans, see thru fireplaces, atrium entries with skylights. 3 or 4 bedrooms, beautiful custom wood cabinets, microwave ovens 4 trash compactors are just some of the many features Wait 'till you see the way Rigby Construction finishes these homes — nice! Call to see at 969-8947 days or 381 7193 anytime LOOKING FOR PEACE AND QUIET Then this 1890 foot. 3 bdrm 2 full bath home should put your worries to rest Warm colors and great fleorplan just welcome you in Imagine walking through your front door and seeing a warm fire in the stone fireplace, nicely set off by the sumptuous carpet under foot Located on high end of development adjoining government land It's f\in to watch the world go frantically by from your peaceful corner See today by calling 969-8947 days, or 381-7193 anytime. EXTREMELY GOOD CUSTOM AREA LOT Like to have an acre, but prices got you down — How about $18,900 with water, telephone and underground power on property and paid for — No assessments due" Call 969-8947 or 381-7193 evenings. WAITING FOR A BARGAIN' Wait no more! This lovely three bedroom, 2S bath home with dining room, den with fireplace, country kitchen and all the appliances plus a pool, is really a bargain at $90,000 FH A or V A financing available Evenings call 988-9493. FATHER KNOWS BEST! And he will really like this two bedroom home that has a large detached garage for him Mom will love the paneling and decorating plus range and refrigerator, drapes and carpeU. Priced $41,900 FHA or VA Even logs call 969-9493 CAU fOa lt#0UT10N ON out MW nUCT 0* TOUNO AMinCAN MOMtS IN NBNMHON. moo nOM m.ese TO 4a,fS0MA AN9 V* NNANONO AVAIIAM Open Men. thrv Sot. Vivian Eriekson, Broker... Katherine Mitchell Jerry Bergemeyer Diane Barlow James Smallej^ —.. Travis Johnson .969^9493 9694897 ..:41-7193 .964-2332 .964-9416 496-1924 • Al10R$$amN01MI I AHA 901 90 T|AI$ JEANNJ A. JEN DEMARCO. BROKER 1970 FORD LTD WAGON, $200 Call afUr 9 p m 293 18$4 BC PIANO WANTED I want to buy a used piano 871-4839 anytime. FOR SALE Boulder City new house 3 bdrm 2 bath, fam ra., wood burning firep lace. Pool site lot Immediate possession $88,900 293 2327 B C COMPLETE MARUTE )ob on your tub 4 shower enclos urt. $139 Complete material 4 labor. 482-4902 FOR SALE 1$' Coachman travel trailer, excel cond. $3400. Call 2^94i B.C jus>c niCORATINO SERVICE paiatioc wall paperiaf • • iatarior exterior RALFHSM-0S7I • Hi Bonded 4 licensed Henderson Realty (sJPk56^2515 0^ 18 Watsr Street REALTOR OUANE G. LAUBACH. REALTOR DON'T WAIT TO SEE THIS ONE Close to downtown, can easily be 2 or 3 t>edn>oms. For the winter months, it has a fireplace too. Priced at $39,99000 MORE FOR YOUR MONEY 3 Bedroom, 2 bath with very spacious rooms. The huge master bedroom has walk-in closets and its own bathroom This home has been tastefully decorated with wood, wallpaper and paneling. Over 2,000 sq. ft. with a 2 plus car garage and energy saving features galore. 1 CUSTOM HOME 2300 square feet of custom living area on H acre. Two family rooms, three fireplaces Call 964-2S19 for more details. ADDED FAMILY ROOM 3 bedroom, W bath with added family room This home has been tastefully decorated with (Mneling and wall paper $37,000 VALLEY VIEW AREA 3 bedroom, 2 bath.'remodelled Lewis Home Covered carport, compact kitchen, refrigeration, new carpet throughout, built-in bar. Aluminum siding. Call today for your appointment to see. 964-2919. BACHELOR PAD 2 bedroom, double wide mobile home with large heated pool. Lots of room for private entertaining. JUST FOR YOU Custom drapes, upgraded carpet Fenced 3 bedrooms. Just as clean as can be. call 964-2919 to see COMMERCIAL PROPERTY 12.900 sq ft building Ideal for auto garage, dealership or light manufacturing For details call the "Property People" at S64-2919 BEAUTIFUL PARADISE HILLS 7H acres Buy Now Build later. Good Investment. FAMILY HOME story custom home on W acre near golf course. Plenty of room for the growing family 4 large bedrooms, 24 baths, separate family room with fireplace finished with ceramic tile Has breathtaking view of the valley Call for more details NEARLY COMPLETED Over 2700 sq ft. in this custom home Split entry foyer upstairs IS formal living area and downstairs is family room Oversiied master bedroom with walk-in closets Has spectacular view of the valley. GOOD ASSUMPTION Clean 3 bedroom. IVi bath with attached garage in Lewis area Call for more information. NEW USTING IN US VEGAS Remodeled home 3 blocks off East Charleston 3 bed rooms. 1 bath New cabinets and carpet in kitchen Lovely fireplace in living room. Separate family room Call for further information 964-251$. CENTRAL LOCATION 3 bedrooms, 1^ bath home near schools and shopping Water softner, sprinklers, large yard, plus almost com pleted garage conversion Needs tome TLC. For your appointment call S64-2919 DOGS' English Sheepdog. Beagle. Collie pups. Airdales, Labrador. Dalmatian. St Bernard, white Shepherds, mixed poodle, family guard dogs, and more. Ask for Jay, 361 2444. HELP WA!TED dishwashers. and graveyard shift porter Apply in person at RAIL^ ROAD PASS BABYSITTER FOR AFTER SCHOOL, part tiac 289-1047 B.C. Dwone Laubach — Gary RebiiMon —> Elnoro Twmer~--> Jackie WooMri 4 *. \ k • ^ • • ^ laiA

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^^ T PUT IT IN THE SAll 0 TIAM Mnw dwice ^ wra M. lake ThM ^iwrkmk viMf, •iMira iwrtli iliMt, MM rim, •nd MwHi (lMf. Waiaf, pmm A wwr bi fvody. $3},S00. Trodc W Mme in I.C val ]^ SWRTINO GOODS l}> j4 Business in central lo jC J cation, great opportun *r if ity at reasonable price. *f • ^NSbf K NEW LEWIS HOME T 4 BR Jf room 2 bath, family Never lived in 1^ Priced right at $73,900. * WANTED Mobile home lot only Or Mobile home 4 lot in Mt VisU Estates, or will trade 739^7329 or 497 3052 VEGAS TYPEWRITER RE PAIR 1601 E .Sahara. Las Vegas 739 7329. Our spe cialty. used, rebuilt typewriters .Satisfaction guaranteed FOR RENT Private rm 4 bath Private entrance 965 9398 before 9 or after 2 Hdn it WE HAVE BUYERS WE NEED USTINGS • • VIEW Of CITY f JrBuilding lots overlook A J^Boulder City and El ^ ^Dorado Valley Over 4 ^ ^.Xcre Prices begin at J^ ]^'$25.000 ^ J^ mONE 393-3333 T ^Vivian Richards £i 1757 *f *r Bart Hyde 293 2144 A X^ Carol Roiich 293 4950 ^ j S4 Nt< Hwy *f IMWW City. NV I^ iififitiriririritit'. 12 X SOTRAILER Needs some work Set up in park No equity Balance $3100 Ph 969^)224 Hdn Dt'PLEX New. in Henderson 2 bdrm heating 4 cooling. Completion in 30 days Call 565 0224 evenings for details Hdn BABYSiniNG • MY HOME 565-0977, SANDY. $25. WK. WITH LUNCH. Hdn. 6.A."CiDiei|' Licensed Real Estate Broiler HOMES 4 BEDROOM. 2 BATH" Excellent location Immediate occupancy 974.500 00 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH!' Beautiful new home Family room with woodburning fireplace $73,500 Movt in today NEAR GOLF COURSE" A beautiful, new home near the golf course 3 bedrooms. 2 baths. $72.50000 Immediate occupancy MOBILE HOMES BEAUTIFl L SPLIT LEVEL" 1906 square feet On Mountain Vista lot Coiy woodburninK fireplace $56 600 24 X 44 ADULTS ONLY NEW" Beautiful new 2 bedroom. 2 hath mobile home in Ging erwood $26450 14 X 70 NEW $22 500" Adults only 3 bedrooms • 2 baths Possession today" IMMEDIATE OCCl PANCV" 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath Adults only $14,900 NEAR SHOPPlNfW' Adults only 2 bedroom. 1 bath $19,900 00 IN MOORE S" 2 bedroom, 1 bath 8 iw52 $3.75000 Adults only BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 3CHAIR BARBERSHOP $2.490 00 TERMS BUSINESS LOCATIONS AVAILABLE $290 AND $200* PER MONTH VARD WORK TRACT CLEANUP Reasonable S64-r49 afUr 9 BOOK SALE • 29% OFF Hokys. reg $22.9$ now $1099; Al most everything at a dis cpunt Kcelc's. 97 E. Basle Hdn 960-7132 SAND, GRAVEL, TOP MIL 4 LANDSCAPE BOCK, Call tn-MI$. R.C. DIAL A THOUGHT 732-0472 I BOUlOlt ILEaRIC • Licensed, bonded. Insured ; Lie No 19187 • Call 293 1097 or 293-4899 THE DOME ., $$$^181$ M^NT •OiALlOB* ,\ afiii*ii^i*a4*liffewn-TWafeB^eri Sue BroadbtDt Tom Frian. 293 1150 Lillian Collins Ml Dunawav 283 2438 Nanry Murphy Slitrtey Phillips 283 2000 Ed Harrey GA Curl) Smith 283 1368 REALTORS V£.S BOULDER REALTY BU,10* 293-3300 FOR INFORMATION CALL: 293-3232 EXCELLENT BLDG LOT IN SUBDIVISION 11 Approx :^4 acre Call fordeUils. Priced Rightl BUILP YOUR DREAM HOME on one of these subdivision 11 lots we have listed Call for information DRIVE BY AND SEE ME SOMETIME at 1542 Sandra, then check with the ofTice to see all my plans I'm gonna be a beauty! HOME Definition a peaceful or restful place; refufie; haven And that is what this home offers, with Its tree-shaded grounds, brick construction, hand plastered walls, high ceilings and much, much more Call us for an appointment to see. A HENDERSON BEAUTY 3 bdrms. 2 baths, located in the lovely Mission Hills area It features a "circular drive, tiled entry, a vaulted knotty pine ceiling, bricked fireplace, a great deep sweetheart tub with jacuzzi in Uie master bath. Call for appt. to seel" FAST GROWING EXCLUSIVE AREA 3 bdrm 2 bath Lovely home with a great see through firep lace Large lot with room for R V. Parking A DREAM COME TRUE? on quiet tree shaded cul d • sac 3 bdrm 1'4 bath. 2 car garage. PRICED TO SELL PRESTIGIOUS GOLF COURSE LIVING custom 2 story, 3 bdrm 2".* bath, w car garage Overlooking lush green fairway and magnificent mountain peaks. NEAR NEW -14x 70' Mobile home with covered carport and patio, many appliances and (brnishings included. Nice 10' x 10' storage shed and lois of shrubs. FENCED YARD, very nicely kept Mobile home 2 bdrm 2 bath large kitchen. 2 car carport. Enjoy the SPECTACULAR VIEW OF LAKE MEAD, from this lovely 3 bdrm 1^ bath home Gas fireplace in living room, spacious master bedrm. suite Double garage. Excellent building lot, OVERLOOKING LAKE MEAD Underground utilities to property. THE VIEW IS SENSATIONAL: GREAT LOOKING TOWNHOUSE with view of Lake Mead and surrounding mountains End unit provides extra nice view with privacy. Truly a^ must to see! YOU CAN OWN THIS i nmaculate 2 story home with many, many extras. Excellent location. Large pool with redwood decking makes for lots of f\in in the hot sun OWN A LOT details. with a view of Lake Mead Call fer MAKE MORE MONEY check into this business opportunity. Everything fi'om mobile home to landscaping ARCHITECT DESIGNED. CONTEMPORARY home on over 2/3 Acre, majestic view from all living areas 4 bedroom, 2W baths, stunning master bedroom suite, family room features stone flreplace • BUILDIN'G LOT IN SUBDIVISION 11 High lot with a beautiful view. Owner i a licensed real estate sale^man. INCOME PROPERTY Well kept older duplex Ideal location in Central Boulder City ON THE SIDE OF A MOUNTAIN'Beautiful raised lot overlooking the lake with unrestricted view. One of* Kind! EXCELLENT FAMILY HOME 4 bdrm 1>, bath, with family rm., Large corner lot with fenced in backyard Excell neighborhood PRIDE OF OWNERSHIP deacribei. this lovely spacious 3 bdrm., W bath home with swimming pool Excellent location Call our ofTice for deUils. RANCH STYLE HOME in the popular Mission Hills EsUtes Excellent floor plan, 3 bdrm 2 fUll baths Call now and pick out your own color Mhcmes. COMFORT and ECONOMY are yours in this newly carpeted, tastefully decorated 3 bedroom \\ bath. Mobile home Lovely fenced yard with shade trees. Janice Crawford Deanna Kcele „_. Rick Shea „. WR (Winnie Clark).. Pat Shuman Diana Leseberg June Hansen 416 Nevada Highway Boulder City, Nevada Phone 293 3232 1970 SKYLARK CONVERTIBLE. $1299 1971 Lincoln Coup, $14M. 12 gauge automatic shotgun, $179. 804 Nevada Hwy Boulder City. SACRIFICE 1990 Cadillac Coupe DcVille Beautiful condition Best offer. 804 Nevada Hwy.. Boulder City. NEW MODELS! Set up in Gingerwood Park. 14 x 70,2 bath, garden tubs, AC, skirting 4 awnings Mobile Home Show 497-9410 PATIOS. STEPS. COOL DECK AND REPAIR 30 yrs exp Hourly 49 • 1939 or 909 9300 TEDDY'S KITCHENETTES "Jast hriag yatir tMihbrash" 29S-171I %tVfVWrVMM ArtferiMs^ UnhU, alcralaa, Mthaa, alUrgy, slrvkt, sciaUea, ilaai, (• • (, pTMUto. ,7$$-TSl. MOVING SALE Kenmorc Washer 4 Dry: Sofa 4 Lovtseat; Beds; Dinette Set 4 Odds and ends 780 Rain bowSt -THURS Hdn FOR SALE 24'Travel Trailer $2,000 FIRM 382 2905 or 904 2326 after 9 Hdn I WILL DO IRONING IN MY HOME Reasonable 969 0647 LOST white 4 dark gray cat. 8 mos old, in vicinity of Nebraska St Small Reward! 904 3340 Hdn NOW ACCEPTING APPLICA TIONS for Seamstress Apply in person. 979 Lake Mead Dr, Hdn AHTEX CORP I PIGEONS FOR SALE 102 Manganese Ph 964 9870 Hdn CHANGE PERSONS NEEDED APPLY Gold Strike Inn Hwy. 96 and 406. B.C. "BIG JOHN" BLETSCH IS BACK at his Auto Wrecking Garage 4 Tow Service 1631 Foothill, B C 293^661 FULL TIME COOK WANTED. Under CETA program. 293-3131 St Jude's B C. rtM SHAKLK PRODUaS Rhoda D. Hagadone Authorized Distributor 293-4350 B.C. We'll Call On You" lollENT vLOHMaapM. Matri.S5-7Sir RICK'S MARINE SERVICE: Certified Merc Mech lOyrs. exp Merc. Volvo, Chrysler Jets OMC 909^7996 Hdn FOR SALE 3 bdrm. Condo m bath pool Ph. 969-9829 or 964 9696 Hdn UOYoTlUGH CONSTRUCTION Fl-ee Estimate Residential Small 4 Commercial No. 15064 564-5321 For rent 1, 2, & 3 bdrm trailers $30 to $60 wk Call 96$ • 7763 or 968 7141 Hdn. .VEEDiNG BABYSnTINC JOBS $29 wk. Care In lay hone. Call between It A L 969-9196 • f LP.N's. nurses aids and orderlies 4 -10 hour shifts per week Full and part time Boulder City Care Center 601 Adams 293 9191 B C HELP WANTED Station at .. Undant. Experienced Apply at Zlke's Hdn Tex aco. Water 4 Lake Mead Hdn. MUST SELL•72 CHEV CAP RICE Gold. V 82 barrel Like new 4 door Must drive to appreciate $1999. or best offer 964-1646 PAINTING: Interior • exterior. No job too small Free Estimates. Jack. 73^7273 FfipiNn TTL SB5-7B2B lleiDdiWab XkriM MOSSBTS MASONRY DiM MoMir jMHon Conbidv IJLN0.1478B ^ FOR SALE 1972 Ford half ton pickup. V-8. good cond 733 7983 aft 6 p m V^^PWVWPWW Hf "There Is ne subttitwta fr EiperiMn* ^B nCK BIAR REALTYREAITORS 833.NEVADA HWY. 293-2171 or 293-3402 AFTER HOURS CALL BobBlair .293 2049 Carl Cowan 293 1499 Andrea Andersen 293 2158 REALTOR Katie Cartlidge 293 2294 Michele Hess 293 1277 Tom Bryan 293 347: m k MLS a ..JB3-227S ''193^1492 ...293 3209 ^293 2848 ..2KAT9t ..jn-27a ..J934223 UNUSUAL. BEAUTIFUL brick custom, 4 bdrm 2W bath. 2 car finished garabe, 19 x 40 patio Intercom system, custom carpet, drapes On large 100 x lOO ft lot Approx 3400 sq ft liveable LOVELY CUSTOM. 4 bdrm 2^ bath Extra large<2 ear garage Family room Fireplace. 2 patios, dining room. Block fence A LOVELY EXECUTIVE HOME EXCELLENT AREA, 3 bdrm 2 bath, new carpet, drapes This Immaculate home only $68,900 OO LOVELY MOBILE ESTATE LOT with 2 bdrm 2 bath, mobile home 24 X 52 Custom carpets, drapes, all fenced SEE USI BEy'TIFUBW UAIDfiCAi>,EDCUSTOM -4 Bdrm 3 Jv seTuStifr' n"' '*'''• """"'•** BEAUTIFULCUSTOMBRfCK HOME, 3 bdrm, family rm, 2 bath, 2 car garage, lar^e storage bldg, autosprinklers, fireplace, custom carpet 4 drapes. $77,500 00 EXCELLENT LOCATION, 3 bdrm, 2 bath, large fenced yard, 2 car garage, utility rm., WONT LAST. $60.50000 EXECUTIVE CL.,rOM OVERLOOKING LAKE MEAD, approx 4acres, 4 bdrm.. beautiAil fireplace, 2 baths, xtra large garage, parking galore, SEE US FOR i .NFO. FAST FOOD BUSINESS. Small investment is all that Is needed to own your own business Priced includes business and inventory. Call ua for OeUils. GOLF COURSE LOVELY, 2 story, 4 bdrm 2^ baths, approx ZMOtq ft liveable, microwave oven, compactor, dining rm, I fam rm., with lovely fireplace SEE US. EXCELLENT FAMILY HOME. 4 bdrm IW baUi, 2cargarage. patio, $80,000. SUPER VIEW! 2 story. 4 bdrm, 2H baths, fam. rm., 2 car< garage, auto, sprinklers, fenced yard, covered patio, $90,000 Nr 2 bdrm. 1 bath." auto, sprinklers Only | LOOKING FOR carport, central $38,000 TERRIFIC VIEW, approx 2,100 sq. ft., 4 txlrm., 2 tuW baths, fam. rm. with fireplace. Kitchenaide appliances, dual payne windows, large lot, LOVELY HOME • SEF. US ON THIS WE HAVfc BLDG LOTS, some overlook Lake, others With beautiful views. COME IN FOR DETAILS WE HAVE SEVERAL CUSTOM HOMES, under con-1 struction. Priced fi-om $73,500 SEE US FOR DETAILS. BUSINESSES FOR SALE, ievctal to choose (h)iB, BE YOUR OWN BOSS'!! IIST WITH US-WIWIU SIU YOUl HOMi SEE US FOR COMMERCIAL 4 INDUSTRIAL raOPCRTY I Are you living with a Drlahing Preblem??? If so, why, not try Al • ABOD. Meetings are TIMS. 10 a.m. 84. Timothy's Episcopal Church. Tues. 8 p.i^ Club, $1 Water St Wed.' 7:30 p.m. St. Rose d Lima Hosp. For more information, call 969-9963. FOR RENT 400s f Office, with nr without enclosed Storage Yard Ample Parking, easy access to Boulder Hwy Rent includes all utilities except phone For information, call 964-2999. (NSTIlLf D WATf R 49' per gal Bring container to SORENSENS 50 Avenue C EC 283-3770. MMMMHMMMHNMMl /FOR'ALL YOUR\ I GLASS NEEDS! / GLAZIER NEEDED Call Kelly Glass Co 491-9193. CHIMNEY SWEEP, Paint, clean, repair, install. You name it. I do it. Mr. Fix-itall. Ben DePue, S65-74M Hdn .'OR SALE • 1874 Honda C9300 Motorcycle Very good condition Can l>e seen at 106 Yucca, Hdn 969-7483 $800. ^ u FOR SALE 8 X 40 Mobile Home. Furnished nice w new carpeting Quiet area $3800 Moore s Mobile HomeParkSp n.9C ax: ZK as SK Heiider$onftraltu.liic< ^ouLOER CITY BRANCH Omci I-. 1636 NEVADA HWY. LB 2<)3-2l5l (Mio^ DUANE & UUBACH. REALTtW LIMITED EDITION New luxury home with 2OO0s4| ft oflivlng space Custom kitchen with Rosecrest cabinets Family room has slumpstone fireplace Pool and Jacuui • Located near golf course LETS SELL 293-2191. SACRIFICE SALE Due to health owner must sell this newly constructed 3900 plus sq ft Spanish Style home on a 46 acre lot that has a view of Boulder City 4 Bedrooms, 2H Baths Let ui SHOW YOU this FANTASTIC HOUSE with a BARGAIN PRICE Call Today 293 2191. LAKE MEAD VIEW Custom 1740sq ft home with beautilVtl view of Lake ^ad from Living Room and Master Bedroom Living room also has gas burninii fireplace Sun deck above 2 car garage 3 Bedrooms, IS Balks. Owner will carry with down. Call Today .. 293 2151. EXECUTIVE TWO STORY Custom elegance with golf course location. Built for energy conservation Country kitchen with woodcrafted cabinets Large lot for R V parking and Anthony Peel li back 3 Bedrooms, 3 Baths MANY MORE EXTRAS 203 2191 SUBDIVISION 11 CUSTOM Beautiful Custom stucco home 23O0s<) ft ofllvlngspace Family room has fireplace as well as fireplace in Muter Bedroom Jacuizi with Mahogany trim in Master Bath Step saver kitchen Room for pool MANY MORI EXTRAS Call 293-2151 COUNTRY CLUB UVINC Lovely two story home with brick acccnU. 3 Bedrooms 2H Baths Country Kitchen with modern comtorla. Laad-' Kaping in fVont Calj 293 2191 COZY CUSTOM Newly constructed custom home in golf course area. 4 Bedrooms, 2 Baths Fireplace with heat a lator Indirect lighting throughout Walk in laundry room Finished gara^ THOROUGHLY CUSTOM 293 2191 FANTASTIC BUY NEAR GOLF COURSE 3 Bedroom. W Baths on a large lot Family .w. reflecting fireplace. Room for R.V. Parking. Call 203^2191 ^ ^ FOUR BEDROOM LEWIS New home 1% Baths Family room. Call 283-31$l. NEW NEIGHBORHOOD Lewis Home 3 Bedroom. IH Baths 1198sq. IL vltlllew garage Near the golf course. 2$3-21$l. NEW LEWIS HOME 2 Bedroom. IH Baths 2 car garage. Family beautiful view of valley 293-2191. FOR EVENINGS CALL DuaneG Laubach John "Woody' WoodrolT. Edna Moore _^ Irts BIctach Ann ^hmiuuin .J1MMT mni liili i f i Hf ia mm 1 HendarMn Home News, Hendenon, Nevado PUT IT IN THE SILVII lOWE KiNNILS Boarding Grooming Tralnlnjf Pick Up 4 Delivery service^ 1949 Parkson Road 191 ROOM ATTENDANTS MOTOR INN Steady work Good conditiont. Company paid benefits.' Apply in person or call for appt. Housekeeping Dept., 3900 Paradise Rd 731-20?0 CHILD CARE: Licensed home' in CT. Sewell Area 964-2870. FOR RENT • 4 bdrm, 2 bth, garage, carpet 4 drapes. Children 4 Pets OK. 886 El Camino Way. $490. Lewis Homes, 736-8960. WAITRESS WANTED El To rtto Restaurant. 964-2309 Hdn GRANT APPUCATIONS FOR AN ELDERLY Nutrition program in B.C. area are being accepted through Nov. 30. 1078. For applica tion forms and grant info, contact. Division for the Aging Services. 909 East Kings St, Rm 101, Carson City, Nv. (702) 88M210. CITY LIFE Bringing you down' Then here is your perfect chance to get away from it all' Beautiful custom home with four bedrooms, 2 ear garage, fireplace, luxurious carpeting through out, large country kitchen and plenty of room for R V. parking located in Henderson Priced at $69,290 No 293 Call Realty Executives at 73S 8991 or Evenings 964-2765 TippmCon$truction FREE ESTIMATES REMODELING PATIO COVERS ADDITIONS DeVan Tippetts (owner) Lie. No 13904 PH. 565-0998 aiAiioft' CtWu THREE BEDROOM 1 & \ BATH In Valley View area. Fenced rear yard with 1 carcarport and patio. $42,000. TRACT II Two bedroom with third converted to den. Central refrigeration and beautiful Tireplace $45,500 TRIANGEL AREA 2 bedroom. 1 bath excellent buy on this home at $37,500. NORTH LAS VEGAS Two bedroom, 1 bath home in East Las Vegas Tract. $36,500 THREE BEDROOM, ONE BATH In Valley View. This home has large living room with rock fireplace. Completely fenced rear yard Neat & clean. $5,000. HILLCREST AREA home $42,000 Three bedroom, 1 k \ bath HUGE BACK REAR YARD In this three bedroom 1 k % bath home in Valley View. Central reft'igeration, Ben Franklin stove. $44,850 ZONED R 4 Three bedroom, 2 bath home in Pittman area This is new under home construction on R-4 property $45,000. NEW HOME IN SECTION 27 -Three bedroom 2 bath 2 car garage Zoned RE. Call Morrell for appointment. ONE-HALF ACRE ~ Three bedrooms, 1 k ^ baths located in Section 27 Ready for your own individual taste in landscaping. $57,650. TWO NEW HOMES LEFT Newly constructed, all have 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, and 2 car garages. Buyer to have choice of carpet and tile. ONLY $39,500 Very clean three bedroom, 1 k \ bath home near Center St. Call Morrell for appointment. WALK TO TOWN Two bedroom, 1 bath home behind Valley Bank. Convenient to shopping and casinos. $36,500. R-4 ZONING Remodeled 2 bedroom, 1 bath home with lots of potential. Completely fenced front k rear. Must see. $45,000. / HIGHLAND HILLS Three bedroom, 14 \ bath home in well kept area Completely fenced rear yard with view of Vegas Valley. $51,500. ELEGANT HOME IN HIGHLAND HILLS Spacious rooms throughout with good taste in decorating This lovely home overlooks the front side of Black Mountain GolfCourse. Large country kitchen with brakfast bar. Completely fenced yard with automatic sprinklers. For the discriminating buyer, this home i| a must to see. MOBILE HOME AND LOT Sunrise Trailer Estates. 4 bedrooms, m baths. Needs some T.LC. $29,000. ""MomlT'ilMTty is 0 HHSSMM Wod" IVAIYN MOWill ...BWKii PEG COLE ^ -•" iSfilH ALLEFRANCOIS ^ Z^^^ BARBARA McNAlR. -^^ MILUE POTTER --• --^^2^^ ur:i;if:ii^ Rebuilt vacuum cleaner sale fVom $29.90.1 yr. guarantee SORENSENS SEWING CENTER 909 Ave. C. 283-3770, B.C. \ WANTED Chevy ParU. Engines, transmissions, etc. Cash or trade Kelly Glass. '491-9193. 1967 COUGAR, air, power steering and brakes, runs good. Needs some rear quarter work. 293-4431. B.C. FOR SALE BY OWNER subdivision 11, lot No. 89, $22,900 terms. Call area code 714 728-8999 Fallbrook,Cal. collect STUDIO ROOM • Pri. entrance & bath City Hall Area. Meals avail 964-9888 Hdn. BABYSITTER needed afternoons Robert Raylor School Area. 964-23T7. Hdn. FREE FILM OR CASH DISCOUNT ON ALL FILMS,'] Printed and deveUpcd al VAN'S NEVADA DRVG,. BOULDER CITY, NV. FOR SALE Metal cabinet w-sink 4 1974 Wilshire Mobile Home 14 x 60 964^9069 after 3 p.m Hdn. 77 Mobile home 24 x 48,2 bdr. 2 bath, storage, landscaping, porches, awnings. Adult Park $29,900 by owner. 2939130 B-HILL LOT Panoramic view. $19,000 and assume assessments 293-4190 DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS 4 MENDING Also laundry 4 ironing service 969-M04. Hdn. Patios, driveways, foundations, electrical, plumbing carpentry, repairs by Mr. Fix-it-all, Ben Depue. 969-7488. ,ANONYMOUS Open Meetinf: Wed., 1:00 p.m. FUMJC INVITED: 51 Water Stieet i S6S-7073 FREE FILM OR CASH DISCOUNT ON ALL FILMS, Printed and developed al VAN'S NEVADA DRUG, BOULDER CITY, NV. DOES YOUR BATHROOM NARLITE NEED REPLACING? Free Estimates, $•4-2191. Hdn. 1977 FORD RANGER 190 PU. Auto., air, PS. $4890. Call Frankie Newman. 389-2282. MOTEL ROOMS 4 KITCHENETTES Color TVs. Utilities and Linens. WEEKLY Ph. Yolanda, 491-2449 12 X 80. 2 BDRM MOBILE HOME located in family section ofBC. Park $12,000. Call 293-4344. B C. PUT YOUR BEST FACE ferward with a cemplimealary MARY KAY FACIAL. 283-4848. B.C. 3 bdr..2 bath Home, family rm.r carpeting, drapes, corner lot, $73. 900. By owner. 293-9130 CLEANING LADY NEEDED Wed Fri. evening hours, part time. SUPERIOR BUILDING MAINTENANCE 389-1012. liO YEAAS EXPERIENCE* jjTRIMMINCj AND REMOVINOj 'TREES. Serving Henderson* area. 293-2119 • FOR RENT • Private rooms with kitchen $20 4 $29 per wk. 293 1716 B C DRIVER'S LICENSE TESTS Tuesday and Wednesday 8:4$ am lIZnMa-lpml4:ISpm.Cily annex Civic Center 290 Water Street Reem S FIX UP FOR THE HOUDAY 4 increase the value of your home. Call Mr. Fix-it-all, Ben Depue. 969-7468 Hdn. FOR SALE 10 X 99 Marlette trailer, furn Enllosed 8 X14 porch, tool shed 10 x 10. Must be moved by Oct. 79. 293-9302 1007 Nev. Hi. No. 3 B.C. '74 DODGE DART SPORT SLANT 22 9 48,000 mi. Good tires. Air, super clean. Low book $1879. My price, $2000 964-2241 after 6 Hdn. MURRAY BUILDERS Bonded Ut No 15014 Patio Covers, Room Addftions. Remodel. New ConI struction. If in a hurry, Call MURRAY 293.3353 HELP WANTED • Night shift, 3 11. Fast food, mature person. Apply in person at A 4 W Drive In. Hdn. SENIOR CITIZEN WANTED TO LIVE IN with elderly lady Light housework, cooking. Room 4 board 4 small salary. 964-1160. Hdn. 10 X 90 Mobile Home. 2 bdrm.. Adults only, BC Park. $6,900. Call 2934344. BC 24 X 60 NEW MOBILE HOME Set up in Gingerwood Has circle kitchen, side by side refrigerator, a-c, skirting, awnings, porch Call Mobile Home Show, 497-9410. SEWING MACHINE SPECIAL Clean, oil, adjust tensions. Only $6 99 Free pickup 4 delivery 643-0817 WATKINS PtOOtiCTS AVAIlMl$ Coll 569-4158. Hdn. ;R>8 8 Television and Antenno Speciolties of Boulder City Custom Antennas for the most in viewing and listening pleasure PH 293 4976 — UNIT 2 — From $42^ PH. 565-6199 Conilock afiordabb MUKHTS OIIMU FREi nCKUP 4 DiUVIRY a HWwn AIM Ontyl 565^0139 NEW LOCATION 31 WATEt ST., HENDERSON NEED TO SEU YOUR HOUSE? WE WIU BUY IT NOW! Catk 293-1613 GA. "Cwrty" SmitS, Inc. mtac E U B u ax u s w B U st MAltOt Jkk*— Bob Olsen Realty & Insurance Inc. eailor.MLS 6 Water St., tfgiwferi^wq LOVELY AND ENLARGED 3 large bedrooms with sliding doors to private patio • garden off master bedroom, enlarged country style kitchen with lots of storage, formal dining room. 2 f\ill baths. Very tastefully upgraded throughout Priced right. 4 BR W BATH LARGE YARD Large country style kitchen with enlarged bedroom, wardrobes, lots of storage and additional laundry room with many built ins and walk in pantry 8X10 storage large fenced yard, with rear and side entrance. Only $49,000 LARGE ITtAILER ESTATES LOT with 4 Br 14 Bath remodelled and very neat and clean 197126X98 Double ExpandoTrailer All newly carpeted Very sharp Added work.shop and Laundry plus storage shed ToUl only $30,000 Owner will carry part of financ ing. LOVELY VALLEY VIEW 3 Br home with lots of Improvements, including large covered patio, completely fenced yard. 10 x 18 Dining room, range dryer, dishwasher, garbage disposal all in eluded in price Carport accomodates four vehicles Very Nice See to appreciate ENJOY CHRISTMAS WITH A BEAUTIFUL FIREP LACE This 4 br. 2 (Ull baths 18'x22' Living room with brick fireplace covering one entire wall, built in bookcases, 6x8 Entry foyer giving access to several rooms of home, excellent floor planning for the tiirger home Large country style kitchen, plus walk in storage 18x18 Work shop This is a super home with over 2087 sq ft of good living Only $88,000. 2 BR 1 BATH WATER ST PROPERTY Business soned Presently rented Call fbr appointment only Tenant not to be disturbed. 3 BR PLUS DEN IS Bath Valley View with garage. 24x33 Patio, fenced, addn'l storage Lots of extras. Almost immediate posses sion. Owner Transferred. ACRE OF LAND ONLY $14,000 This won't last long 1 acre in Sect 19 Ready to build Several Parcels of 1 Acre and 2H Acres in Section4^High on the Hill with a gorgeous View Call for details. AFTER HOURS CALL JEANNE A OLSEN DE MARCaBROKER PETER J OLSEN, SALESMAN • VIRGIL McKlNNBY. SALESMAN JANET SHAW, SALESMAN ,....^ LOBIN WILLIAMS. SALESMAN PAUUNB TtNA" WILLIAMS. SALESMAN MICHAEL P. mOKMIYE^ALESMAN-. #HOMES •ACREAGE • COMMERCIAL REALTORS *fiAl5< 125 W. LAKE MEAD DR. HENDERSON, NEVADA 565-8947 HAVE YOU SEEN THESE BEAUTIES' They're nearly finished and awaiting your color selections. Seven homes, all designed for modern family living. Spacious open floor-plans, see thru fireplaces, atrium entries with skylights. 3 or 4 bedrooms, beautiful custom wood cabinets, microwave ovens 4 trash compactors are just some of the many features Wait 'till you see the way Rigby Construction finishes these homes — nice! Call to see at 969-8947 days or 381 7193 anytime LOOKING FOR PEACE AND QUIET Then this 1890 foot. 3 bdrm 2 full bath home should put your worries to rest Warm colors and great fleorplan just welcome you in Imagine walking through your front door and seeing a warm fire in the stone fireplace, nicely set off by the sumptuous carpet under foot Located on high end of development adjoining government land It's f\in to watch the world go frantically by from your peaceful corner See today by calling 969-8947 days, or 381-7193 anytime. EXTREMELY GOOD CUSTOM AREA LOT Like to have an acre, but prices got you down — How about $18,900 with water, telephone and underground power on property and paid for — No assessments due" Call 969-8947 or 381-7193 evenings. WAITING FOR A BARGAIN' Wait no more! This lovely three bedroom, 2S bath home with dining room, den with fireplace, country kitchen and all the appliances plus a pool, is really a bargain at $90,000 FH A or V A financing available Evenings call 988-9493. FATHER KNOWS BEST! And he will really like this two bedroom home that has a large detached garage for him Mom will love the paneling and decorating plus range and refrigerator, drapes and carpeU. Priced $41,900 FHA or VA Even logs call 969-9493 CAU fOa lt#0UT10N ON out MW nUCT 0* TOUNO AMinCAN MOMtS IN NBNMHON. moo nOM m.ese TO 4a,fS0MA AN9 V* NNANONO AVAIIAM Open Men. thrv Sot. Vivian Eriekson, Broker... Katherine Mitchell Jerry Bergemeyer Diane Barlow James Smallej^ —.. Travis Johnson .969^9493 9694897 ..:41-7193 .964-2332 .964-9416 496-1924 • Al10R$$amN01MI I AHA 901 90 T|AI$ JEANNJ A. JEN DEMARCO. BROKER 1970 FORD LTD WAGON, $200 Call afUr 9 p m 293 18$4 BC PIANO WANTED I want to buy a used piano 871-4839 anytime. FOR SALE Boulder City new house 3 bdrm 2 bath, fam ra., wood burning firep lace. Pool site lot Immediate possession $88,900 293 2327 B C COMPLETE MARUTE )ob on your tub 4 shower enclos urt. $139 Complete material 4 labor. 482-4902 FOR SALE 1$' Coachman travel trailer, excel cond. $3400. Call 2^94i B.C jus>c niCORATINO SERVICE paiatioc wall paperiaf • • iatarior exterior RALFHSM-0S7I • Hi Bonded 4 licensed Henderson Realty (sJPk56^2515 0^ 18 Watsr Street REALTOR OUANE G. LAUBACH. REALTOR DON'T WAIT TO SEE THIS ONE Close to downtown, can easily be 2 or 3 t>edn>oms. For the winter months, it has a fireplace too. Priced at $39,99000 MORE FOR YOUR MONEY 3 Bedroom, 2 bath with very spacious rooms. The huge master bedroom has walk-in closets and its own bathroom This home has been tastefully decorated with wood, wallpaper and paneling. Over 2,000 sq. ft. with a 2 plus car garage and energy saving features galore. 1 CUSTOM HOME 2300 square feet of custom living area on H acre. Two family rooms, three fireplaces Call 964-2S19 for more details. ADDED FAMILY ROOM 3 bedroom, W bath with added family room This home has been tastefully decorated with (Mneling and wall paper $37,000 VALLEY VIEW AREA 3 bedroom, 2 bath.'remodelled Lewis Home Covered carport, compact kitchen, refrigeration, new carpet throughout, built-in bar. Aluminum siding. Call today for your appointment to see. 964-2919. BACHELOR PAD 2 bedroom, double wide mobile home with large heated pool. Lots of room for private entertaining. JUST FOR YOU Custom drapes, upgraded carpet Fenced 3 bedrooms. Just as clean as can be. call 964-2919 to see COMMERCIAL PROPERTY 12.900 sq ft building Ideal for auto garage, dealership or light manufacturing For details call the "Property People" at S64-2919 BEAUTIFUL PARADISE HILLS 7H acres Buy Now Build later. Good Investment. FAMILY HOME story custom home on W acre near golf course. Plenty of room for the growing family 4 large bedrooms, 24 baths, separate family room with fireplace finished with ceramic tile Has breathtaking view of the valley Call for more details NEARLY COMPLETED Over 2700 sq ft. in this custom home Split entry foyer upstairs IS formal living area and downstairs is family room Oversiied master bedroom with walk-in closets Has spectacular view of the valley. GOOD ASSUMPTION Clean 3 bedroom. IVi bath with attached garage in Lewis area Call for more information. NEW USTING IN US VEGAS Remodeled home 3 blocks off East Charleston 3 bed rooms. 1 bath New cabinets and carpet in kitchen Lovely fireplace in living room. Separate family room Call for further information 964-251$. CENTRAL LOCATION 3 bedrooms, 1^ bath home near schools and shopping Water softner, sprinklers, large yard, plus almost com pleted garage conversion Needs tome TLC. For your appointment call S64-2919 DOGS' English Sheepdog. Beagle. Collie pups. Airdales, Labrador. Dalmatian. St Bernard, white Shepherds, mixed poodle, family guard dogs, and more. Ask for Jay, 361 2444. HELP WA!TED dishwashers. and graveyard shift porter Apply in person at RAIL^ ROAD PASS BABYSITTER FOR AFTER SCHOOL, part tiac 289-1047 B.C. Dwone Laubach — Gary RebiiMon —> Elnoro Twmer~--> Jackie WooMri 4 *. \ k • ^ • • ^ laiA

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S L7l-li I ply rit Slock No ^4999 NEVNM-SimUL' TRtfCK HEADQUARmt imnwciwa !• Kiia. io um >X./ y..to iX-JV/ ^.-•r/ ^,'./ ^. • f^^ "Dear Lord, we thonk thee for this doy and for thy iMMy hiessiigs..." "And this is whot you get when you plant the seeds." "When shall the feast beginr Morry^Stor)! Thart it much to think about today at wo pauto to obtorvo Thonktdiving Doy. Whot will hoppon to Bob List omLtho chorfot boing brought agoimt him that claim ho pre> fitod ffom ttoto travol vouchort that poid for hotol roemt ho hod boon givon fro*. And what it tho world coming to whon wo rood whofo hundrodt of civiliiod poopi o join in a most tuicido Htuol in Ouyono. And that othor ttotos of tho union turn thumbs down on gamming ot o tourco of rovonuo bocouso tho majority of tho poepio fool goming bringt crimo and corruption ... at ttioy found ovidont in studying Novodo. And thot growth is coming to non-gaming contort in Novodo, lilio Bouldor City ond Hondorsen, and poopio oro awokoning to tho fact that gaming dootn't have to bo tho numbor ono tourco of tox rovonuo. Induttry and govommontol poyrollt bring solid poopio, high ovorogo payrolls and o social way of lifo whoro man con hold his hoad high and childron can look forward to tho gools in lifo that includo collogo, coroors of importorKO. Thonksgiving Day — and ono can ebsorvo tomo ordor coming in on ofton thought of chaotic world ... mon working on pooco among notions ... from tho Ruuion SALT talks to tho Israoli-Egypt AAiddIo Eott pocti to tho ChinotoJoponoto intorchongo to tho Soviot ooting up of its rough toctict ogoirttt and among its sotollitos liko Polond, Romania, Au* ttrio, Eott Oormony. With somo of thoto consoling thoughts alto canto foart tftot oro frightoning whon tho giant Afri> con continontt intor-ceuntry t^uobblot oro brought into focus; whore South Amorica't groat resources ore boing hold from the world bocouto of woakifostos in many a country's ability to stond bohind o leodor, thus preventing low and order to rule over selfish interests. How must ono accept those various problems on this doy that we set aside to give thanks to GOD for having assisted our Founders in establishing o free America. I lack the rights, the bockground, the brilliance of the ordained preochor. I con spook only OS one neighbor to onother. But, because we ore mindful of the problems of the times ... from List to Egypt to moss suicide to tho horrors of gaming, we con offer some medicine to those who would core to listen to one man's views on this day set osido for prayer, for thought. Count your blessings and live with thom. Think of tho simple lessons you hove loorrtod, that you have tried to poss on to those you ore responsible for in this world. Think of tho basics that are good, thot are tho strength of one's lifo. And then with those points of strength ... like maybe having o sense of humor, or hoving an ability to walk four miles o day, liko boing able to boko tho best turkey in tho fomily, like moybe having tho knock to cotch fish on Mood whore others con't got 0 bite, like moybe picking tho winners of upcoming footboll games while others cry that you should turn off tho tube. Live with our assets ond have them overcome the liabilities. Who con counter with the pooco SSMORRTSTORY (ContL On P. 2) H ENDERSON VIViDA'S IXSUST&IAL CIXTXft WITH WilKLY SNOPPItS WHICH INCLUDE MIRCHANTS' MESSAGfS THAT SIRVI ALL 10,000 HOMIS IN THi HINDIRSON-OOULDIR CITY ARIA. Our 30th Year 93nd Edition HENDEIUON NEVADA PHONE S4-t88l-AII Dppartmrnis PRICE ISCE.STS Thwrtdoy, November 23, 1978 SOUTHEM NEVADA MUSEUM W LIMBOS CMC Center Plaza Concept Approved What About A Henderson Convention Center ? The main purpose of the Civic Center Plaza master plan, architect Jacic Miller explained to the City Council Monday night, is to "centralize all city services...have all needs in one convenient spot with a pleasant atmosphere." The plan, which was first revealed during the "What's Happening in Henderson" tour, includes locations for city offices, space for county, state and federal offices such as the Dept. of Motor Vehicles, a new Henderson library, a Post Office and Health Dept. building as well as around 500 parking spaces for people requiringthe services of any one of these agencies. The plan was designed to serve the needs of the community to the year 2000, preserving the mall area as well as the existing trees. The only building not scheduled to be torn down would be the multipurpose building. The old school gymnasium now housing much of the Southern Nevida Museum. collection would be the first of the old buildings to be demolished, making room for new city offices. Mary Stafford, speaking from the audience, said she was "very disappointed that some area had not been set aside for a small convention center facility. It seems a shame to me that a city the size of ours docs not have some sort of a facility in which groups could meet." Stafford also said she was also unhappy with the proposed locations for the DMV and Post Office, citing this type of service generates large amounts of traffic "right across the street from McCaw Elementary Schools." "It (convention facility) was not totally ignored," replied Miller, pointing to several locations on the Civic Center plan where meetings could be held. City Manager Bob Campbell said that the feeling during the preparation stages of the plan was that private enterprise would take care of a convention center. Councilman Phil Stout $aid he. too, felt a convention center was needed and wished to study the plan further. The council did approve the plan concept and authorized Jack Miller and Associates by paid the $9,000 fee for the plan. The council decided to hold further discussion on the plan at a December 11 meeting after Dr. Paul Marshall. Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Henderson Library, requested the city establish lease guidelines and the availability of site location within the Civic Center Complex for the library. The library, which is looking for a location for a new, badly needed facility in the fast growing city, is in the process of applying for grant funding and their preliminary application must be submitted before Dec. 31. The application must include a site, Marshall explained. The Civic Center plan had specified a two-level, 40,000 square foot library near the comer of Atlantic Ave. and Lead Street which the library board found ideal for their purposes. Stout noted that the library site might also be ideal for a convention center site. Sea CONVBmON CBITB (ConH on P. 2) By Mary Stafford The takeover of the Southern Nevada Museum by Clark County Government seems to have met a snag, or at the least a temporary setback, as County Commissioners Tuesday sent the matter back to staff for further study. The Commission had been under the impression that it would only cost the county $15,000 a year if they take over the Museum, which was opened in Henderson ten years ago in the old school gymnasium at the Civic Center. The Commission voted last March to assume control of the museum at the request of its board of trustees on the condition that the county contribution to operating costs be $15,000 a year, an amount they had been paying for the maintenance of the museum for a number of years. Now County Manager Richard Bunker has revealed that it will cost $48,500 a year. According to Bunker, recent changes in the federal CETA employee program which now pays for the majority of the staff costs at the museum, will force the county to assume some of the museum staff as regular county employees. See MUSEUM (ContL on P. 2) SENIORS HAVE MONEY, HEALTH AND LONEUNESS PROBLEMS • y WCfM KMfSfMNI On the whole, Senior Cititens fVoni Henderson have the same problems as those in other areas which include lack of sufncient Ainds for inflated prices, heath problems, and loneliness. Some of them have opted to live with their children, however, somt maintain their in/ dependence, and others claim they have sufficient fUnds on which to live. Many of them participate in the lunch program for senior citizens in various locations in Henderson. This gives them the opportunity to get out and to meet with other people even for a couple hours a day. One lady told me that some days she decides she doesn't want to go but makes herself so that she does not become a recluse. Ralph Williams is 61 years old and served 21 years in the military service. He and his wife. Betty moved to Henderson fh>m Arkansas, and Mrs. Williams' mother, who is 91^ lives with them. "We find it kind of hard living on a flxed income," Mrs. Williams told this reporter at the senior renter %{St Peters. They live on a pension of $375 per month so Williams has found it necessary to work as a school crossing guard and works as a security guard at the civic center two nights a week. They moved to Henderson in 19*72, and have not been eligible for the veteran property tax advantage. Clara Millsap. )|irho has lived in Henderson for 30 vears. lives on social security and a small Veterans' pension. She says she has a "rough time" making her expenses and is trying to get into Espinoia Terrace. At the present time she is renting. "I'm the youngest senior," she said "When I get the blues I cook and bake, and when I get really mad, 1 rub peoples SM SBDORS (ConkL On P. 2). •^ \