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1978-11-23 - Henderson Home News

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1978-11-23 - Henderson Home News
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Zenoff, Morry ( Columnist )
Stafford, Mary ( Columnist )
Kesterson, Lorna ( Columnist )
Vondenbrink, Dorothy A. ( Columnist )
Raymond, Flo ( Columnist )
Eckley, Jean ( Columnist )
Jefferson, Andy ( Columnist )
Deardoff, Edna ( Columnist )
Lindsey, Robert ( Columnist )
Thompson, Mel ( Columnist )
Laxalt, Paul ( Columnist )
Sutorius, Anne ( Columnist )
Newton, Ernest L. ( Columnist )
Gifford, Rhea ( Photographer )
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Zenoff, Morry M.
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City and town life -- Nevada -- Henderson
Community life -- Nevada -- Henderson
History -- Henderson (Nev.) -- 20th century
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WSW Personali:ed Luxury No 98538 WAt SW5 IWt 76 BUICK "RE6AL" 2 Door V8. automatic power steering, power AIR vinyl top veiou' interior. factory custom wtieeis. WSW tires Low Low Miles No 50SA tAt M1M NOW 74 PINTO "RUNABOUT" 4 cylinder 4 speed Ducket seats. 'Econ& my NO 61OA WA $1M8 MM "75 DODGE "CORONET2 Door. V8. automatic power steerino, power brakes. AIR. vinyl top AM/FM wiltl tape. WSW tires. "Low, Low Miles No 98228 WAt JMM MOW "77 DATSUN "F-IO" 2 door 4 cylinder 4 speed, bucket seats. WSW tires. Economy Plus No 90 30A WAt fSttt MWj '75 OLDS "CUTUSS SUPREME' 4 door, V8. automatic power steering, power ivtkes.. tilt ivtlttl. AIR. custom interior AMifM with cassette. 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"CAPRICE CLASSIC" V8. automatic power steering, power brakes. AIR tilt i cruise. MtJm stereo, vinyl too power windows power seats WSW tires. Loaded witfi options' No 648* WAt 4e8 MOI '76 CHEVY "IMPALA" 4 door ve automatic power steering power brakes AiR AM/FM cassette, vmyi top. WSW radials Perfect Family Car No P3256 WAt 84188 MOW '74 PONTIAC "LEMANS SAFARI V8 automatic power steering power brakes. AIR. till wheel luggaoe rack WSW -adiats Must See No ?713A WAt llltt MOW '78 FORD "FAIRMONT WAGON' V8 automatic powe' steerino power brakes AiR luocage ^ac AM radio WSW Only ISMO Miies No 3242 WAt t88tt MOW '74 PONTIAC 'LEMANS SAFARI V8 automatic, power sieennji AiR AM radio, luooage rick Perfect Second Car No 9674A WAt tm IWW '77 CHEVY "CAMARO LF V8 3 spaed, power steering, power brakes AM radio, Raiiye wheels. RWL tires Sporty No P32J3 w*t Mitt MOW "78 FORO "COURIER PU" 4 cylinder, 4 speed power brakes. Western Mirrors HO rear bumper. Economy Pickup No R788T WAt 4tt8 MM ^3988 '77 FORD "COURIER PU" 4 cylinder 5 speed AiR power brakes. AM radio WSW tires For Work or Play' No P3218T WAt I4M8 MOI '76 GMC "SIERRA GRANDE 4x4" ve 4 speed power steering, power brakes, gauges, AM radio, dual tanks, locking hubs muc snow tires. "Hard to Find 4-4 No 9919AT WAt >82t8 MOW "76 FORD '"F150 CUSTOM" V8. automatic, power steering, power brakes AIR, gauges Western mirrors. H D Bumper Used But Nice No P3243T WAt ttt8 NOW '77 FORD ""F150 CUSTOM" V8 3 speed power statring, power brakes dual batteries. AM radio. Gauoas. Western Mirrors H 0 rear bumper "Low miles and clean" No 421AT WAt t8t>8 ,^_ MOW "78 CHEVY "CUSTOM DELX. 10" 6cyiindar 3 speed. 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AM n SMrao t OuiO Twt LanUu Limn Gnu 4 Daao [M Uimiwii WMIa Came Laapt HUnxMO [Wi SyiM ^om Maon tool Traiw ToMit PIf WiyUM LM IMit' No 7)70 LID 9MN0 NEW 79 FOM LTD 4 DOM S 0 I Vt tntn iMomaK tiMMaaion po* nmmt pom • Dnc traiM, AM FtTBiia WM OiatalcNca anuaa OiMtar |fi mim SlartOfaAo tMneraceangrei* PmacMi n> •nM)iaM nmmmnv nom tmtn^aim POM itni mm •itm amn LTD mM natfL 'A Hm fcwic* Roao Car' la S AU VCHICLI8 SUWjeCT TO PfMOR SALE • PRICES DO NOT INCLUOC ^(BIAMJU IAX. 'IBIV ADA'S LAtitT VOLUMI miCES 9000 THRU NV t4'79 wMMBttrw • n II RsiBiiW wnra omsnur Hi tttMiM '^k 666 N. DECATUR PHONE 870-7221 CiMaiTIW uut Ntm Ml aii n HMMT tn UTNNT IT'S ALL HAPPENING NOW IN FRIENDLY FORD COUNTRY!! fftOOF AeAIN...NOBODY BEATS A PIIIENDLY FORO DEALII' Chrome Iront bunptr. VMntttr 1 Oil Prttiurt Gauges. Optwnal wlo Axlt. power liatrlng. low mount nwrort. txtra caoMrig packaot. rtar Mp bumotr. 300 6 cyHndtr tngint, 3 tpttd annMDn. 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). •^ \

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HvfMkntHt HMM N*W, Mwdfn, Nvo^ THwndoy, Nevtmber 23, 1971 Hcnderv)n't dog race track step cloief this wtei is .:_;c BoMd of Fuiamjc aprro.ed the Vb million putJlic • be used to fnance the rjciion. v Attorney K'o Dawion said 'atf approval bnngs this 'I' final steps and atth now are that ton.niction !art in January with complc• =• • in the miff-vear Raee Traek Nearer As State Gives O.K. „;f The bonds were expected to be tioticed for sale today in a poWic notice. If they are not told or there is no satisfactory response, the bonds will be placed for private sale. When proposals are received, the city's public trust will meet and decide'on who to sell the bonds to. The board of finance, chaired by Governor Mike O'Callaghan, approved the financing plan by Las Vegas Downs. Inc. after being told that the Attorney General's Office reversed an' earlier opinion and decided the plan was proper. The Board of Finance secretary, Bob Cameron, had initially recommended against the financing plan on grounds a Henderson charter requirement stated the bonds were supposed to be secured by assets worth twice 4s much. Various appraisal figures had valued the property.-some improvements, a track permit and other assett at just over SIS million, but Cameron had questioned those valuations. The valuation problem was solved when the Attorney General's office withdrew a March 1978 opinion and issued a revision a month later stating that the city trust device was "grandfathered in under an earlier law and didn't Effort To Moke Jeffrey Speaker Foils; He Gets Comiwrce Ctioir ,.-roup of inde•jie ;ihemblymen 'l'nderM>n's Jack 'hf jspeakership ^f 'i Mise#flhelegisla, this wct-k when the rM.efkfl to bring a '. if )• i:lefl tohwin^jtothe -i(lfc.<>f4iie dissenting group. "f wcel;, Henderson'.s tssembiynien, Nash xpUined that 14 as• including hi'mscif H^:f'.-i!iJM;iyf6rlhe t and had "signed in "•/'•*' vtick with nouj meeting bt't I actions Tuesday :';u„i,:. ciDout fcsult.s which rui h.id foreca,si. May as • ipcikci Ilarifv Harmon. tjoiity floor .. jt) _Ba.rengo of 'akcrprolf-m i.imed to .1 top cii iirjT.in.njp.' that of comraLtiice. -WhicJi iiad oni;inaJly been planned/or .S'na Sena w;i'. put in as head oitransport.;ti(/ll i>'>ri .Mello d Sparks, .1 ^ih!.May barker, (the man • • hi) foiJtjhf tinItT'RfJerson joi; rariti;.; bill a' its first try in • lecisiature), got what he • ed... -chairman of the .. :ind .Means romm>ttee. !()<• iJmi. laU year ^i speaker. U-<>m Yfimt'ton. i,ot (i nvernment Affairs. It i.s generally known that the four most powerftil committees of the assembly are Commerce (which Jeffrey heads), Ways and Means, Government Affairs and Agricul tare which went to May's next backer, Tom Hicky of North VeKas The way the peace making between the groups was established was that both sides would have a hand m picking committee men and that four from each Kmup meet to do the selections The Tuesday seven hour stint was the result. The Jeffrey-Barengo ?roup had insisted on changing commiftee assignments so as to put an accent on talent and to try to remove special in tercst groups' favorite people from key committees Committees were set upon a one-third from the May group, one third from the JeffreyBar-nKagrojup and one-third from the republican members III addition to his chairmanship of commerce, Jeffrey was put on the government affairs and labor and management committees, while Sena was put on com merce and judiciary. • : — 'Henderson Favored Rose, Boulder Went For list Claim Against City Referred to Insurance Carrier A Id, 1.1 u Ji Vi i hV i( h) r> \i. Iiari"i M .'4_ r,rct-nwav. for >!r.i, fM I s^airr h';atcd Mist 'i .^liLii ihO water was turnrd ff, wa.s referred to the insurance tmT bv the ntv rrmncil Mon. O'htrr it-nis approved by the — • ••^ • .luded: I'lor licen-n; for Keith C. I'.irtv Pantry, 67 F • • '• • • iiTiil'T run ,l')i machines for I tnr Old Vegas at r Ki^huav. Authorization to call for bids for eifjhl inch sewer pipe estimated to cost S16.500. Fundtng from the utility fund. The, council also euthori/ed an agreement between the city and Clark County Sanitation District for sewer service to Haeienda Del Sol subdivision. The developer will pay .1 pnvili jje fee to both the Sanitation District and the city since thi city will service the line. MarKUcrile M. McGuire. 259 Basic Road, was appointed to the Senior Citi/ehs Commission. SENIORS lor ijtu month r itie Kf lly .said she has a rough time making her social secur ity c heck stre tth for the mon t h —~ < has lived in Henderson for over three years, but her daui^hter has lived here for over 22 years She lives alone 111 the Ballerina trailer park where she says they are very nice to her. The Economic Opportunity Bus helps with her transportation, however, she said since .she has to let them know 24 hours in advance, it is hard because she can't always go with Her legi To keep busy she paints pic tures. does ceramics and was complimentary to the ceramic house in Henderson that provides them much of their materials. From Kansas City, she has found it was difTicult to leave her home of 45 years but she tnoved here to be near her daughter. She started working when she was 18 years old and worked for 45 years Many of the seniors here have been transplanted from their homes but they find that the association with other seniors has helped fill their lonely hffrs, and most of them have moved here to be near their families If Henderson's vote alone in the recent elections were to be the final factor in determining who would he governor of the state of Nevada, Bob Rose would be the winner, it was learned this weekas this newspaper tabulated the ^ separate poll results from the whole total the county computer machines had put to aether Rose won in half of the 28 precincts but in most cases by a small margin. The total and final vote was Rose 3092 and Li.st2685. Boulder City, on the other hand, picked List by a wide margin all 13'precincts favoring the new Kovernor. The totals for Boulder show 1967 for List and 124.') for Rose The vote totals show another interesting fact... that Candidate Mike Daly for state comptroller won the support of the two cities over the ultihiate winner. Wilson McGowan. Daly had promised to help Boulder and Henderson get a freeway ahead of the proposed one slated for the late 1990s. The polls results also show both cities heavily in favor of the Sheriff McCarthy over Ralph Lamb. In all other offices the two communities voted similar to the rest of the county. Complete local election results may be studied at either of our offices, should voters wish to go further. >c" w w ww n „, >i KTHANKSGIVING 1978 by Dorothy A. Vondenbrink 1= When I think of the bounty This earth doth supply: Or the number of children Under God's watchful eye; I give thanks for God's infinity. For how else would He find time For one such as me. I know God cares, for in danger and fear. My soul remains calm. For I feel He is near. He plans the events in my life carefully. With a balance of good and adversity. He plants the seeds that help me to grow. And provides me with knowledge About things I should know. ^What a wonderful Father God is to me For He surrounds mc with beauty, Friends, love and a Land of Plenty. So I will praise God and Thank Him For as long as I live. For a wonderful life. Which He so generously gives. MORRTSTORY (Contd. From P. 1) we Hove on the streets, the home town flavor we have at our beck and call with no shoving to get in, no waiting to be served, no buyor-get-out attitudes like one gets in the big cities. Yes •• its the little world around •ath of us thot is our treasure. Maybe just o fow are in it. Moybe a multitude. But these little worids ore our havens ... where we should gain our smiles and strength and our culture and our basics which keep us going along life's path day-to-day, monthto-month, year-to-yoor. One day, we pray, the world will be completely righted with itself. Mankind the world over will see the light and live by whot it right. Might will be CONVBmON CTB) (ConH From P. 1) "If the land isn't available." Marshall said, "we'll have to look somewhere else." It was the opinion of both Councilmcn Stout and Carlton LawTcncc that they were not prepared at this point to nuke a decision and asked for a committee meeting. proven not by the sword but by the decisions man comes to around a conference table. Evil will be minimized to the little follies that do not hurt others. Then ... end who knows how many decades or maybe centuries hence this may come about... hul then and then only on Thooksgivir^g Day will man pause and praise the Lord that perfection has come to those who live on the face of the earth. But for now, as long as we live within our little v^rlds we've developed and keep the bad side of the outside world owoy from our doors and keep the good things we live with protected from intrusions, all will be well. A happy wor>derful day for yov end yours... Heoring To Be Set for Street Nome UNiiig^s The City Council has yet to set a date for a public hearing at which time property owners, some already in residence, will have an opportunhave to meet the more stringent secority requirements. TTie land for the track is appraised in value et about $4.2 million. Trick de>ek)pers had also attached values of SI million to a Orack permit and had cited other figures such as about $400,000 worth of site work which has already been completed. The Attorney General's office noted that the 1975 legislature enacted the more stringent rules, but the application to use the trust device to finance the track was made two years before that. The city council voted to waive interest penaltieds against Las Vegas Downs, amounting to close to $29,000, if the track was in oper ation by Jan. of 1979. The penalty, which was not waived, in the amount of S51,600. is also due in Jan. MUSEUM (ConkL From P.I) The salaries and benefits would amount to about S60,000. The museum takes in around SI 1,500 annually through admission charges, memberships and donations. Monday night the Henderson City Council approved a Grant. Bargain and Sale Deed for the purpose of transferring to Clark County a site for the Southern Nevada Museum. Itje approval was contingent upon the county's acceptance of the Deed and overall responsibility for the affairs of the museum. The site in question is located on Boulder Highway. The original site upon which the museum has wanted to build a new facility, along the lines of the Desert Sonora Museum in Tucson, Arizona, contained approximately 35 acres. The Deed approved by the City calls for a 20 acre parcel, with 15 of the original 35 acres reverting back to the city. The Deed further specifies that the County shall establish a museum facility upon the premises and that it shall continue to use the premises for the purpose of a museum. If either of the twe conditions is breached, or the property is used for any other purpose, the land will revert back to the City of Henderson. According to County Commissioner Robert Broadbent, who asked that the matter be held, it will be discussed agein later after the county has had an opportunity to study terms of the Deed and the operating costs. Senator Gibson Named I Majority Leader of Senate State Senator James I. Gibson was re-elected majority leader of the senate for the coming legislative session, in a Democratic caucus Monday in Las Vegas. Gibson held the same position last year. Senior Democrat Floyd Lamb, of Las Vegas, was chosen as President Pro Tern in the Senate. Lamb replaces Sen. Mel Close of Las Vegas, who will retain the chairmanship of the Judiciary Committee. Selected assistant majority leader was Sen. Thomas "Spike" Wilson, of Reno, who held the same post during the last legislative session. New committee chairmen will be Norman Glaser, of the Northern Nevada District, who will head the important Taxation Committee during the 1979 session. He replaces Sen. Richard Bryan, of Las Vegas, attojpney general-elect. The Pu1)lic Rfelburces Committee will be chaired by .Sen. Joe Neal of North Las Vegas who replaces Gary Sheerin, of Carson City. Elected chairman of the Human Resources committee was Keith Ashworth of Las Vegas. Ashworth replaces Sen. Jack Schofield, who made an abortive run for governor. ity to voice their opinions on the matter of street name changes for portions of three streets. Bob Gordon, Planning Directorymade the recommendatipfrto hold a hearing durin|Iast Monday night's regular council meeting. The Planning Commission, acting upon the request of the The balance of committee chairmen will remain the same as those during the 1977 session, Gibson said. Serving as chairman of the Commerce Committee will be Wilson; Lamb will head the Finance Committee; Gibson will chair Government Affairs; Eugene Echols of North Las Vegas will head the Legislative Functions Committee; Transportation will be headed by Richard Blakemore of Tonopah and Judiciary will be chaired by Close. While Gibson said a discussion of who will serve as secretary to the Senate was held over until their next caucus in Carson City Dec. 13, insiders said Lamb and Ashworth were pushing someone other than long-time secretary Leola Armstrong. Armstrong has been secretary of the Senate since 1959, served with the legislative Coun&el Bureau between 1953 and 1963. Her legislative career began in 1949. The candidate offered by Lamb and Ashworth is reported to be Molly Torvik, daughter of Nevada Controller Wilson McGowan. "I'm quite sure Leola Armstrong will be secretary," Gibson said. Planning Dept, recommended approval for these changes for portions of Kola Street to Drake Street, a portion of Center Street to Mona Lane and the entire length of Perth Street to Parawan Street. SM HEARM6 (Com On P. 9) / Henderson Home Me ws An Inrftptwdtwt Huwipmfi HvnMihuM 1. ItSI Publitkfd t*ry Turtdty and Thurtdo mornin| al n W*ltr StrMi HiidrM Nevada MIOS Pti SM-iau WNUIV UNOrV editor Pvbliiter UiiM Ummtm • Maiia(iit| C4il*r t OtMrd Manafar Editorial Staff Ad*rti(iB| MaMMT I tMHb Busintti Manjtr and BooJikpr iMorH ai tlM pen office in Mcadinoa. Nt*4a. at Mt*iid f lau aatMr aa )m I 1*91 ivoaCMmoK lArti *ii luaKUmoiii twar Nenoerson veofiie newSf tvenaenon, rievowo nm AMlWy lowl dMilNM 'W% the best of all the Organizations' says Don Richard "I have always been a supporter of the Salvation Army since I was a kid...it'8 the best of all the organizations who do this kind of work...and I've seen it!" commented Don Richard. The former Henderson Fire Chief, now retired, served as the Tirst Chairman of the Army's Henderson Advisory Board. "I met Mike Thorne (first Salvation Army lieutenant to be stationed in Henderson) at the opening of McDonald's Restaurant," Richard explained. "That was in 1973. "I .spent quite awhile convincing him he should join the Kiwanis Club.he spent the time convincing me to help set up a local Advisory Board. "He joined Kiwanis and 1 helped set up the Advisory Board and became its chairman for three consecutive years, and even though nqw retired, I'm still an active member of the board.." DonRichord Richard recently volunteered to represent the Henderson-Boulder CitySearchlight area for a special Salvation Army board that serves the Southern Nevada area to raise funds for a new Army complex in Las Vegas. Over the past few years he has helped man the Christmas kettles at both Safeway and Albertson's stores and "I've helped locate items they've needed for various projects. I'm just glad to assist in any way I can when called upon." Richard was honored less than two years ago by the Salvation Army when he was presented with the "Others Award" by the Southwest Division headquarters an award given only to those who have put forth an extra special effort on behalf of the Army. The silver-haired exfire chief has lived in Henderson since 1952 and was appointed chief in 1956, a position he held until January of this year and under his direction the department underwent great change and growth. He is a charter member of the Henderson Kiwanis Club, since 1959, and has held every office in the local club plus being Lt. Governor of Division 21. He is also a charter member of the Elk's Lodge and a member of the Moose and Masons while over the years he has been very active in Chamber of Commerce activities. Richard and his wife, Helen, have two grown children and seven grandchildren. ''ACTION PEOPLE' JESUS REYES Radio Announcer for KVOV, and Caesar's Palace employee meets with the "Action People" camera at the Third Annual International Festival at the Las Vegas Convention Center on July 2nd. Jesus poses in fh>nt of the huge Pinata where he represented his homeland • Mexico. Mr. Reyes is a daily employee at the famous Caesar's Palace and serves as a well versed Radio Announcer on a Spanish program, "Variedades Muslcalei," U aired daily Monday through Friday fh)m 11 am to 1 pm, and on Saturdays and Sandays rh>m 2:30 pm to 4:30 pm. Jesus is the announcer over KVOV on Wednetdayt and Thundayi, and has worked a five-day weak scbadule at Caesar's Palace for eight yean ilnee 1970. Born in the amall town of Madera. State of Chihuahua, Maxico, Jei raaembers the cool mountain locale, the smell of tall Pine trees, and the beauty of the area. "People really have to travel through Mexico to know it properly," Jesus pointed out, "for the terrain varies and is different tnm the United States." He added that he attended elementary and high school in Madera, and was a student at the Technological Institue of Chihuahua in Chihuahua City for two years. He spoke of the difference between Madera and it's cool mountain beauty and Chihuahua with the hot desert and veiw of surrounding mountains. After two years at the Institute," Jesus continued, "I realized that the Field of Electricity wu not for me. My older brother, Enrique, resided in HendertoQ. Nevada, USA. at the time, and seeing that wu undecided as to what to do while viaiting su|gested I come back to the United SUtes with him. I decided to try it and although I knew things would work out for me in Mexico, I wanted to explore new fields." Jesus joined Enrique in Henderson in 1966 and took a refresher course in English for a few months at Basic High School. Living next door was a pretty little blond girl, Ann Broyles, and the couple were immediately attracted to each other. They were married in 1967 and have produced flve beautiftil children: Jerry Martin Age 10, Jessie Age 9, Richard • Age 8, Luis Age 7, and Jose Age 3. Brother Enrique currently resides in Las Vegas. Hobbies include: borne decor, his family, photography, reading, and music appreciation. He prefers non-flctlon History and factual reading. Clubs and Activites include: The Club Cultural V Familiar Mexico Amarieano which it dedicated ta keeping the culture of Mexico alive and preserving it. Jesus takes a very active part in this organization and reminds us that it is open to all (Mexican and Non-Mexicans) who are interested in the culture. He attends St. Peter's Catholic with Ann and their family. Jesus Reyes is enthusiastic at>out life. He is talented, friendly, out-going, sincere, and as good-looking as any movie star. He reads bis native tongue daily so that he does not stray too far fi-om his "roots." He concludes: I am fond of this United States and have secured love and happiness here; but I remember my heritage with pride and observe and hold tradition. I believe we all should think on this." His philosophy includes: "As a human being, I like and enjoy all kinds of people. I don't care ft-om where they origiiiate as long as they are nice. I respect their ideas and philosophies, and expect mutual respect in return. I believe we should all work for peace and harmony between nations and enjoy one another's culture!" Parents-to-be have been invited to attend a reception-tea at St Rose de Lima Hospital. This event will take place on Wednesday, November 29 at 7:30 p.m. A tour of the maternity unit as well as a diKuasion time hat been plannwl. The hospital personnel involved are looking fbrward to thla occaiion u a time when parentato-be will have the opportunity to view the faciliUes in which "their special event will take place." 4 \ m # • ^09*3 Thursday, November 23, 1971 RAISED ON AN INDIAN RESERVATION • #' • By rio RoymofKl "It was a different but interesting childhood," Bette Burns (Mrs. Rex M.) reminisced, "growing up on the Net Perce Indian Reservation in Lapwai, Idaho!" Bom in Spokan, Wahington, Bette moved to the reservation while still an infant when her mother, Martha, and step-father, Robert Boyer, moved the family to a farm home where Mr. Boyer rented Indian land for his farming and ranching. Bette recalls her early years with her sisters: Marsha, Rosa Lee, and Mary Ann, and brother, Johnny. "Most of my childhood friends were Indian children," Bette pointed out, "and they were very good pals." Young Bette attended school on the reservation from 1st through nth grade. She remembers the fields of bright Indian corn, the rain dances, war dances, and the women cooking venison stew while standing around an open air pot. "The older Indians still carry on Tribal ceremonies and teach the young their beliefs and traditions. They reserve most of the old tradition for the tribal ceremonies which are most interesting to watch." She added that the ladies wore long Indian gowns while the men reserved Indian dress for ceremonies. Bette learned some of the Indian games and how to ride norses bareback. She can ride any saddle but enjoys bareback style having rode Mustangs, Quareterhorses, mixed breeds, the Pinto, and Appaloosa. "The Mustang may be fVowned on by some," Bette mentioned, "but the real Westerner knows they are one of the greatest riding horses." Bette rides like an Indian to this day and tells of jumping the creek beds. She told of the Nez Perce Tribe and Spaulding Park where a massacre took place. The Park was named after missionaries (the Spauldings) who brought Christianity to the Tribe and are buried there. The story of the Nez Perces ("Pierced Noses") was made famous by the heroic Chief Joseph with the 1,700 mile retreat and fighting the Army to a standstill when Col. Nelson A. Miles trapped them only 40 miles fi-om Canada. Among his dead and brave warriors Chief Joseph made his famous statement; "I am tired, my heart is sick ... fVom where the sun now stands. I will fight no more forever." "There was a grand old lady in the Tribe and we all loved her, "Bette continued, "and she claimed me as her granddaughter. Her name was Deliah Davis and I felt so close to her. Her braided black hair and Indian headband gave her a distinctivenesa I cannot describe. She was a very iweet person and kind to all of Bette goes "Indion Style" with nteccosins, blouse, and treasured arrowhead find. us. She would weave, make moccasins, gloves, and beaded jackets which she would invariably present to us as gifts. She was indeed a Grandmother to me." Bette explained that after her stepfather • butchered a steer, he would give the hide off the stomach area to Deliah and the lady would turn the hide into the most beautiful jackets one could imagine. Bette grieved as though she had lost a member of her family when her adopted Indian grandmother passed away three years vago "The temperature in that part of Idaho would reach 22 degrees below zero. Some of the Nez Perces observed an old custom which makes me get the chills to this day. They would make'a sweat house out of three limbs and mud. dig a pit and put rocks into the bottom of it. They would pour boiling hot water over the rocks and sit around the pit. This was followed by an ice-cold bath in the creek to rinse off. I don't know how they could stand it but it apparently warded off colds and the virus. It just makes me cold to even think of it," Bette said. Bette lived the good life and took part in hunting small game and fishing. She mentioned that Chief Dan George (noted Indian character actor) who has appeared in title roles in numerous movies, originated from the Nez Perce Tribe and that territory. His son raises prize Appaloosa horses in Lapwai. "I'll never forget the beautiful trees and streams of Idaho. I feel very much rewarded in the experiences I enjoyed during my childhood. No one could ever undermine the Indians to me. They are a proud, courageous, and artistic people. I'll always hold a place deep in my heart for the Nez Perces and Grandmother Deliah!" Bette resides in rienderson with her husband, Rex M. Bums, and daughter Jeri Lynn. Bette riding her horse under the big trees of Idahol Women of the Moose The women of the Moose held their business meeting thursday night. Discussed, voted on, and approved was a bake sale to be held at Albertsons Dec. 2, at 9 a.m. till we sell out. We coul3 use some helping hands to make some home made goodies. Please contact Maryann Busch if you can donate either time or baked items. On December 7, is our chapter night 8 p.m. as usual. On December 21, at our business meeting we will be exchanging gifts in a different and very unusual way. h willbe a "Grab bag • gift exchange." The gift aot to exceed S3.00 so come on in and exchange gifts, a warm smile, a hand of friendship, and a Merry Christmas with each other. We miss you and hope you will join us for a Merry, Cheery Christmas affair. And please don't forget the canned goods for the Christmas baskets. On December the 17, at 2 p.m. we will be having our childrens Christmas party at the lodge. It you do not. have your children listed please contact Bill or Jean Aetenger. Give them your childrens name, age. and sex to insure each child a gift Dec. 10, 1978 is th^ final date so if your child is attending please be sure he or she is listed. I We would really like to see more of you at our meetings. We need your help with fresh ideas and to let the officers know what you would like in the way of new projects and ways to get more things done. Lets make our Chapter 1243 the best for everyone. Perhaps you could be the next winner of our door prize or a home made cake from our cake walk and the 50-50 split of money from the P can to the winner from that drawing. Sound good? Terrific, come on in and join the fun. Don't forget Ritual Practice November .21, 1978 at 7:00 p.m. Happy Thanksgiving To AU

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HvfMkntHt HMM N*W, Mwdfn, Nvo^ THwndoy, Nevtmber 23, 1971 Hcnderv)n't dog race track step cloief this wtei is .:_;c BoMd of Fuiamjc aprro.ed the Vb million putJlic • be used to fnance the rjciion. v Attorney K'o Dawion said 'atf approval bnngs this 'I' final steps and atth now are that ton.niction !art in January with complc• =• • in the miff-vear Raee Traek Nearer As State Gives O.K. „;f The bonds were expected to be tioticed for sale today in a poWic notice. If they are not told or there is no satisfactory response, the bonds will be placed for private sale. When proposals are received, the city's public trust will meet and decide'on who to sell the bonds to. The board of finance, chaired by Governor Mike O'Callaghan, approved the financing plan by Las Vegas Downs. Inc. after being told that the Attorney General's Office reversed an' earlier opinion and decided the plan was proper. The Board of Finance secretary, Bob Cameron, had initially recommended against the financing plan on grounds a Henderson charter requirement stated the bonds were supposed to be secured by assets worth twice 4s much. Various appraisal figures had valued the property.-some improvements, a track permit and other assett at just over SIS million, but Cameron had questioned those valuations. The valuation problem was solved when the Attorney General's office withdrew a March 1978 opinion and issued a revision a month later stating that the city trust device was "grandfathered in under an earlier law and didn't Effort To Moke Jeffrey Speaker Foils; He Gets Comiwrce Ctioir ,.-roup of inde•jie ;ihemblymen 'l'nderM>n's Jack 'hf jspeakership ^f 'i Mise#flhelegisla, this wct-k when the rM.efkfl to bring a '. if )• i:lefl tohwin^jtothe -i(lfc.<>f4iie dissenting group. "f wcel;, Henderson'.s tssembiynien, Nash xpUined that 14 as• including hi'mscif H^:f'.-i!iJM;iyf6rlhe t and had "signed in "•/'•*' vtick with nouj meeting bt't I actions Tuesday :';u„i,:. ciDout fcsult.s which rui h.id foreca,si. May as • ipcikci Ilarifv Harmon. tjoiity floor .. jt) _Ba.rengo of 'akcrprolf-m i.imed to .1 top cii iirjT.in.njp.' that of comraLtiice. -WhicJi iiad oni;inaJly been planned/or .S'na Sena w;i'. put in as head oitransport.;ti(/ll i>'>ri .Mello d Sparks, .1 ^ih!.May barker, (the man • • hi) foiJtjhf tinItT'RfJerson joi; rariti;.; bill a' its first try in • lecisiature), got what he • ed... -chairman of the .. :ind .Means romm>ttee. !()<• iJmi. laU year ^i speaker. U-<>m Yfimt'ton. i,ot (i nvernment Affairs. It i.s generally known that the four most powerftil committees of the assembly are Commerce (which Jeffrey heads), Ways and Means, Government Affairs and Agricul tare which went to May's next backer, Tom Hicky of North VeKas The way the peace making between the groups was established was that both sides would have a hand m picking committee men and that four from each Kmup meet to do the selections The Tuesday seven hour stint was the result. The Jeffrey-Barengo ?roup had insisted on changing commiftee assignments so as to put an accent on talent and to try to remove special in tercst groups' favorite people from key committees Committees were set upon a one-third from the May group, one third from the JeffreyBar-nKagrojup and one-third from the republican members III addition to his chairmanship of commerce, Jeffrey was put on the government affairs and labor and management committees, while Sena was put on com merce and judiciary. • : — 'Henderson Favored Rose, Boulder Went For list Claim Against City Referred to Insurance Carrier A Id, 1.1 u Ji Vi i hV i( h) r> \i. Iiari"i M .'4_ r,rct-nwav. for >!r.i, fM I s^airr h';atcd Mist 'i .^liLii ihO water was turnrd ff, wa.s referred to the insurance tmT bv the ntv rrmncil Mon. O'htrr it-nis approved by the — • ••^ • .luded: I'lor licen-n; for Keith C. I'.irtv Pantry, 67 F • • '• • • iiTiil'T run ,l')i machines for I tnr Old Vegas at r Ki^huav. Authorization to call for bids for eifjhl inch sewer pipe estimated to cost S16.500. Fundtng from the utility fund. The, council also euthori/ed an agreement between the city and Clark County Sanitation District for sewer service to Haeienda Del Sol subdivision. The developer will pay .1 pnvili jje fee to both the Sanitation District and the city since thi city will service the line. MarKUcrile M. McGuire. 259 Basic Road, was appointed to the Senior Citi/ehs Commission. SENIORS lor ijtu month r itie Kf lly .said she has a rough time making her social secur ity c heck stre tth for the mon t h —~ < has lived in Henderson for over three years, but her daui^hter has lived here for over 22 years She lives alone 111 the Ballerina trailer park where she says they are very nice to her. The Economic Opportunity Bus helps with her transportation, however, she said since .she has to let them know 24 hours in advance, it is hard because she can't always go with Her legi To keep busy she paints pic tures. does ceramics and was complimentary to the ceramic house in Henderson that provides them much of their materials. From Kansas City, she has found it was difTicult to leave her home of 45 years but she tnoved here to be near her daughter. She started working when she was 18 years old and worked for 45 years Many of the seniors here have been transplanted from their homes but they find that the association with other seniors has helped fill their lonely hffrs, and most of them have moved here to be near their families If Henderson's vote alone in the recent elections were to be the final factor in determining who would he governor of the state of Nevada, Bob Rose would be the winner, it was learned this weekas this newspaper tabulated the ^ separate poll results from the whole total the county computer machines had put to aether Rose won in half of the 28 precincts but in most cases by a small margin. The total and final vote was Rose 3092 and Li.st2685. Boulder City, on the other hand, picked List by a wide margin all 13'precincts favoring the new Kovernor. The totals for Boulder show 1967 for List and 124.') for Rose The vote totals show another interesting fact... that Candidate Mike Daly for state comptroller won the support of the two cities over the ultihiate winner. Wilson McGowan. Daly had promised to help Boulder and Henderson get a freeway ahead of the proposed one slated for the late 1990s. The polls results also show both cities heavily in favor of the Sheriff McCarthy over Ralph Lamb. In all other offices the two communities voted similar to the rest of the county. Complete local election results may be studied at either of our offices, should voters wish to go further. >c" w w ww n „, >i KTHANKSGIVING 1978 by Dorothy A. Vondenbrink 1= When I think of the bounty This earth doth supply: Or the number of children Under God's watchful eye; I give thanks for God's infinity. For how else would He find time For one such as me. I know God cares, for in danger and fear. My soul remains calm. For I feel He is near. He plans the events in my life carefully. With a balance of good and adversity. He plants the seeds that help me to grow. And provides me with knowledge About things I should know. ^What a wonderful Father God is to me For He surrounds mc with beauty, Friends, love and a Land of Plenty. So I will praise God and Thank Him For as long as I live. For a wonderful life. Which He so generously gives. MORRTSTORY (Contd. From P. 1) we Hove on the streets, the home town flavor we have at our beck and call with no shoving to get in, no waiting to be served, no buyor-get-out attitudes like one gets in the big cities. Yes •• its the little world around •ath of us thot is our treasure. Maybe just o fow are in it. Moybe a multitude. But these little worids ore our havens ... where we should gain our smiles and strength and our culture and our basics which keep us going along life's path day-to-day, monthto-month, year-to-yoor. One day, we pray, the world will be completely righted with itself. Mankind the world over will see the light and live by whot it right. Might will be CONVBmON CTB) (ConH From P. 1) "If the land isn't available." Marshall said, "we'll have to look somewhere else." It was the opinion of both Councilmcn Stout and Carlton LawTcncc that they were not prepared at this point to nuke a decision and asked for a committee meeting. proven not by the sword but by the decisions man comes to around a conference table. Evil will be minimized to the little follies that do not hurt others. Then ... end who knows how many decades or maybe centuries hence this may come about... hul then and then only on Thooksgivir^g Day will man pause and praise the Lord that perfection has come to those who live on the face of the earth. But for now, as long as we live within our little v^rlds we've developed and keep the bad side of the outside world owoy from our doors and keep the good things we live with protected from intrusions, all will be well. A happy wor>derful day for yov end yours... Heoring To Be Set for Street Nome UNiiig^s The City Council has yet to set a date for a public hearing at which time property owners, some already in residence, will have an opportunhave to meet the more stringent secority requirements. TTie land for the track is appraised in value et about $4.2 million. Trick de>ek)pers had also attached values of SI million to a Orack permit and had cited other figures such as about $400,000 worth of site work which has already been completed. The Attorney General's office noted that the 1975 legislature enacted the more stringent rules, but the application to use the trust device to finance the track was made two years before that. The city council voted to waive interest penaltieds against Las Vegas Downs, amounting to close to $29,000, if the track was in oper ation by Jan. of 1979. The penalty, which was not waived, in the amount of S51,600. is also due in Jan. MUSEUM (ConkL From P.I) The salaries and benefits would amount to about S60,000. The museum takes in around SI 1,500 annually through admission charges, memberships and donations. Monday night the Henderson City Council approved a Grant. Bargain and Sale Deed for the purpose of transferring to Clark County a site for the Southern Nevada Museum. Itje approval was contingent upon the county's acceptance of the Deed and overall responsibility for the affairs of the museum. The site in question is located on Boulder Highway. The original site upon which the museum has wanted to build a new facility, along the lines of the Desert Sonora Museum in Tucson, Arizona, contained approximately 35 acres. The Deed approved by the City calls for a 20 acre parcel, with 15 of the original 35 acres reverting back to the city. The Deed further specifies that the County shall establish a museum facility upon the premises and that it shall continue to use the premises for the purpose of a museum. If either of the twe conditions is breached, or the property is used for any other purpose, the land will revert back to the City of Henderson. According to County Commissioner Robert Broadbent, who asked that the matter be held, it will be discussed agein later after the county has had an opportunity to study terms of the Deed and the operating costs. Senator Gibson Named I Majority Leader of Senate State Senator James I. Gibson was re-elected majority leader of the senate for the coming legislative session, in a Democratic caucus Monday in Las Vegas. Gibson held the same position last year. Senior Democrat Floyd Lamb, of Las Vegas, was chosen as President Pro Tern in the Senate. Lamb replaces Sen. Mel Close of Las Vegas, who will retain the chairmanship of the Judiciary Committee. Selected assistant majority leader was Sen. Thomas "Spike" Wilson, of Reno, who held the same post during the last legislative session. New committee chairmen will be Norman Glaser, of the Northern Nevada District, who will head the important Taxation Committee during the 1979 session. He replaces Sen. Richard Bryan, of Las Vegas, attojpney general-elect. The Pu1)lic Rfelburces Committee will be chaired by .Sen. Joe Neal of North Las Vegas who replaces Gary Sheerin, of Carson City. Elected chairman of the Human Resources committee was Keith Ashworth of Las Vegas. Ashworth replaces Sen. Jack Schofield, who made an abortive run for governor. ity to voice their opinions on the matter of street name changes for portions of three streets. Bob Gordon, Planning Directorymade the recommendatipfrto hold a hearing durin|Iast Monday night's regular council meeting. The Planning Commission, acting upon the request of the The balance of committee chairmen will remain the same as those during the 1977 session, Gibson said. Serving as chairman of the Commerce Committee will be Wilson; Lamb will head the Finance Committee; Gibson will chair Government Affairs; Eugene Echols of North Las Vegas will head the Legislative Functions Committee; Transportation will be headed by Richard Blakemore of Tonopah and Judiciary will be chaired by Close. While Gibson said a discussion of who will serve as secretary to the Senate was held over until their next caucus in Carson City Dec. 13, insiders said Lamb and Ashworth were pushing someone other than long-time secretary Leola Armstrong. Armstrong has been secretary of the Senate since 1959, served with the legislative Coun&el Bureau between 1953 and 1963. Her legislative career began in 1949. The candidate offered by Lamb and Ashworth is reported to be Molly Torvik, daughter of Nevada Controller Wilson McGowan. "I'm quite sure Leola Armstrong will be secretary," Gibson said. Planning Dept, recommended approval for these changes for portions of Kola Street to Drake Street, a portion of Center Street to Mona Lane and the entire length of Perth Street to Parawan Street. SM HEARM6 (Com On P. 9) / Henderson Home Me ws An Inrftptwdtwt Huwipmfi HvnMihuM 1. ItSI Publitkfd t*ry Turtdty and Thurtdo mornin| al n W*ltr StrMi HiidrM Nevada MIOS Pti SM-iau WNUIV UNOrV editor Pvbliiter UiiM Ummtm • Maiia(iit| C4il*r t OtMrd Manafar Editorial Staff Ad*rti(iB| MaMMT I tMHb Busintti Manjtr and BooJikpr iMorH ai tlM pen office in Mcadinoa. Nt*4a. at Mt*iid f lau aatMr aa )m I 1*91 ivoaCMmoK lArti *ii luaKUmoiii twar Nenoerson veofiie newSf tvenaenon, rievowo nm AMlWy lowl dMilNM 'W% the best of all the Organizations' says Don Richard "I have always been a supporter of the Salvation Army since I was a kid...it'8 the best of all the organizations who do this kind of work...and I've seen it!" commented Don Richard. The former Henderson Fire Chief, now retired, served as the Tirst Chairman of the Army's Henderson Advisory Board. "I met Mike Thorne (first Salvation Army lieutenant to be stationed in Henderson) at the opening of McDonald's Restaurant," Richard explained. "That was in 1973. "I .spent quite awhile convincing him he should join the Kiwanis Club.he spent the time convincing me to help set up a local Advisory Board. "He joined Kiwanis and 1 helped set up the Advisory Board and became its chairman for three consecutive years, and even though nqw retired, I'm still an active member of the board.." DonRichord Richard recently volunteered to represent the Henderson-Boulder CitySearchlight area for a special Salvation Army board that serves the Southern Nevada area to raise funds for a new Army complex in Las Vegas. Over the past few years he has helped man the Christmas kettles at both Safeway and Albertson's stores and "I've helped locate items they've needed for various projects. I'm just glad to assist in any way I can when called upon." Richard was honored less than two years ago by the Salvation Army when he was presented with the "Others Award" by the Southwest Division headquarters an award given only to those who have put forth an extra special effort on behalf of the Army. The silver-haired exfire chief has lived in Henderson since 1952 and was appointed chief in 1956, a position he held until January of this year and under his direction the department underwent great change and growth. He is a charter member of the Henderson Kiwanis Club, since 1959, and has held every office in the local club plus being Lt. Governor of Division 21. He is also a charter member of the Elk's Lodge and a member of the Moose and Masons while over the years he has been very active in Chamber of Commerce activities. Richard and his wife, Helen, have two grown children and seven grandchildren. ''ACTION PEOPLE' JESUS REYES Radio Announcer for KVOV, and Caesar's Palace employee meets with the "Action People" camera at the Third Annual International Festival at the Las Vegas Convention Center on July 2nd. Jesus poses in fh>nt of the huge Pinata where he represented his homeland • Mexico. Mr. Reyes is a daily employee at the famous Caesar's Palace and serves as a well versed Radio Announcer on a Spanish program, "Variedades Muslcalei," U aired daily Monday through Friday fh)m 11 am to 1 pm, and on Saturdays and Sandays rh>m 2:30 pm to 4:30 pm. Jesus is the announcer over KVOV on Wednetdayt and Thundayi, and has worked a five-day weak scbadule at Caesar's Palace for eight yean ilnee 1970. Born in the amall town of Madera. State of Chihuahua, Maxico, Jei raaembers the cool mountain locale, the smell of tall Pine trees, and the beauty of the area. "People really have to travel through Mexico to know it properly," Jesus pointed out, "for the terrain varies and is different tnm the United States." He added that he attended elementary and high school in Madera, and was a student at the Technological Institue of Chihuahua in Chihuahua City for two years. He spoke of the difference between Madera and it's cool mountain beauty and Chihuahua with the hot desert and veiw of surrounding mountains. After two years at the Institute," Jesus continued, "I realized that the Field of Electricity wu not for me. My older brother, Enrique, resided in HendertoQ. Nevada, USA. at the time, and seeing that wu undecided as to what to do while viaiting su|gested I come back to the United SUtes with him. I decided to try it and although I knew things would work out for me in Mexico, I wanted to explore new fields." Jesus joined Enrique in Henderson in 1966 and took a refresher course in English for a few months at Basic High School. Living next door was a pretty little blond girl, Ann Broyles, and the couple were immediately attracted to each other. They were married in 1967 and have produced flve beautiftil children: Jerry Martin Age 10, Jessie Age 9, Richard • Age 8, Luis Age 7, and Jose Age 3. Brother Enrique currently resides in Las Vegas. Hobbies include: borne decor, his family, photography, reading, and music appreciation. He prefers non-flctlon History and factual reading. Clubs and Activites include: The Club Cultural V Familiar Mexico Amarieano which it dedicated ta keeping the culture of Mexico alive and preserving it. Jesus takes a very active part in this organization and reminds us that it is open to all (Mexican and Non-Mexicans) who are interested in the culture. He attends St. Peter's Catholic with Ann and their family. Jesus Reyes is enthusiastic at>out life. He is talented, friendly, out-going, sincere, and as good-looking as any movie star. He reads bis native tongue daily so that he does not stray too far fi-om his "roots." He concludes: I am fond of this United States and have secured love and happiness here; but I remember my heritage with pride and observe and hold tradition. I believe we all should think on this." His philosophy includes: "As a human being, I like and enjoy all kinds of people. I don't care ft-om where they origiiiate as long as they are nice. I respect their ideas and philosophies, and expect mutual respect in return. I believe we should all work for peace and harmony between nations and enjoy one another's culture!" Parents-to-be have been invited to attend a reception-tea at St Rose de Lima Hospital. This event will take place on Wednesday, November 29 at 7:30 p.m. A tour of the maternity unit as well as a diKuasion time hat been plannwl. The hospital personnel involved are looking fbrward to thla occaiion u a time when parentato-be will have the opportunity to view the faciliUes in which "their special event will take place." 4 \ m # • ^09*3 Thursday, November 23, 1971 RAISED ON AN INDIAN RESERVATION • #' • By rio RoymofKl "It was a different but interesting childhood," Bette Burns (Mrs. Rex M.) reminisced, "growing up on the Net Perce Indian Reservation in Lapwai, Idaho!" Bom in Spokan, Wahington, Bette moved to the reservation while still an infant when her mother, Martha, and step-father, Robert Boyer, moved the family to a farm home where Mr. Boyer rented Indian land for his farming and ranching. Bette recalls her early years with her sisters: Marsha, Rosa Lee, and Mary Ann, and brother, Johnny. "Most of my childhood friends were Indian children," Bette pointed out, "and they were very good pals." Young Bette attended school on the reservation from 1st through nth grade. She remembers the fields of bright Indian corn, the rain dances, war dances, and the women cooking venison stew while standing around an open air pot. "The older Indians still carry on Tribal ceremonies and teach the young their beliefs and traditions. They reserve most of the old tradition for the tribal ceremonies which are most interesting to watch." She added that the ladies wore long Indian gowns while the men reserved Indian dress for ceremonies. Bette learned some of the Indian games and how to ride norses bareback. She can ride any saddle but enjoys bareback style having rode Mustangs, Quareterhorses, mixed breeds, the Pinto, and Appaloosa. "The Mustang may be fVowned on by some," Bette mentioned, "but the real Westerner knows they are one of the greatest riding horses." Bette rides like an Indian to this day and tells of jumping the creek beds. She told of the Nez Perce Tribe and Spaulding Park where a massacre took place. The Park was named after missionaries (the Spauldings) who brought Christianity to the Tribe and are buried there. The story of the Nez Perces ("Pierced Noses") was made famous by the heroic Chief Joseph with the 1,700 mile retreat and fighting the Army to a standstill when Col. Nelson A. Miles trapped them only 40 miles fi-om Canada. Among his dead and brave warriors Chief Joseph made his famous statement; "I am tired, my heart is sick ... fVom where the sun now stands. I will fight no more forever." "There was a grand old lady in the Tribe and we all loved her, "Bette continued, "and she claimed me as her granddaughter. Her name was Deliah Davis and I felt so close to her. Her braided black hair and Indian headband gave her a distinctivenesa I cannot describe. She was a very iweet person and kind to all of Bette goes "Indion Style" with nteccosins, blouse, and treasured arrowhead find. us. She would weave, make moccasins, gloves, and beaded jackets which she would invariably present to us as gifts. She was indeed a Grandmother to me." Bette explained that after her stepfather • butchered a steer, he would give the hide off the stomach area to Deliah and the lady would turn the hide into the most beautiful jackets one could imagine. Bette grieved as though she had lost a member of her family when her adopted Indian grandmother passed away three years vago "The temperature in that part of Idaho would reach 22 degrees below zero. Some of the Nez Perces observed an old custom which makes me get the chills to this day. They would make'a sweat house out of three limbs and mud. dig a pit and put rocks into the bottom of it. They would pour boiling hot water over the rocks and sit around the pit. This was followed by an ice-cold bath in the creek to rinse off. I don't know how they could stand it but it apparently warded off colds and the virus. It just makes me cold to even think of it," Bette said. Bette lived the good life and took part in hunting small game and fishing. She mentioned that Chief Dan George (noted Indian character actor) who has appeared in title roles in numerous movies, originated from the Nez Perce Tribe and that territory. His son raises prize Appaloosa horses in Lapwai. "I'll never forget the beautiful trees and streams of Idaho. I feel very much rewarded in the experiences I enjoyed during my childhood. No one could ever undermine the Indians to me. They are a proud, courageous, and artistic people. I'll always hold a place deep in my heart for the Nez Perces and Grandmother Deliah!" Bette resides in rienderson with her husband, Rex M. Bums, and daughter Jeri Lynn. Bette riding her horse under the big trees of Idahol Women of the Moose The women of the Moose held their business meeting thursday night. Discussed, voted on, and approved was a bake sale to be held at Albertsons Dec. 2, at 9 a.m. till we sell out. We coul3 use some helping hands to make some home made goodies. Please contact Maryann Busch if you can donate either time or baked items. On December 7, is our chapter night 8 p.m. as usual. On December 21, at our business meeting we will be exchanging gifts in a different and very unusual way. h willbe a "Grab bag • gift exchange." The gift aot to exceed S3.00 so come on in and exchange gifts, a warm smile, a hand of friendship, and a Merry Christmas with each other. We miss you and hope you will join us for a Merry, Cheery Christmas affair. And please don't forget the canned goods for the Christmas baskets. On December the 17, at 2 p.m. we will be having our childrens Christmas party at the lodge. It you do not. have your children listed please contact Bill or Jean Aetenger. Give them your childrens name, age. and sex to insure each child a gift Dec. 10, 1978 is th^ final date so if your child is attending please be sure he or she is listed. I We would really like to see more of you at our meetings. We need your help with fresh ideas and to let the officers know what you would like in the way of new projects and ways to get more things done. Lets make our Chapter 1243 the best for everyone. Perhaps you could be the next winner of our door prize or a home made cake from our cake walk and the 50-50 split of money from the P can to the winner from that drawing. Sound good? Terrific, come on in and join the fun. Don't forget Ritual Practice November .21, 1978 at 7:00 p.m. Happy Thanksgiving To AU

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• >fi.' MEWtST TEENAGE 1001 TO APPEAR ^J^£^fl p^,,^^ Blotter Htn^rMn Horn* Newt, Htndtnen, Nevada Tfiunday, Novtmber 23, 1971 % PaS Thursday, November 23, 1971 New Wresting Coach, Jim Duschen, Sets Out to Maintain Basic's Strong Wresting Tradition HERE SATURDAY When Carol and Floyd McClellan bought the cozy little record store at 27 C Water Street less than a month ago, they decided to make Thanksgiving weekend a bit special for local residents, both young and old alike Hollywood s newest teenage idol. Jerry Toome>. will make a special' appearance at McClellan $ Records on Saturday. November 25 from : to 2 p m The 14 year old rising star was featured in the movie. The Swarm" and in the Billion Dollar Hobo" with Tim Conway Mr has also made several television commercials including one for Mattel Toys. Kool-Aid and his most current one for Northwestern Insurance Company His television credi's inciurJe an appearance in an episode of Lucan," the made for TV movie. "Captains and the King," and "Love me. love me not," with J former Partridge Family [ star Susan Dey During his brief ap pearance at the record store, Toomey will he presented with a special gift from the City by Dorothy Vondenbrink. City Clerk The McClelLins took over the store, formerly known as DDAtY Records, on Octobrr 27 They sell records nnd tapes and will be fcatur inp country and weslrrn music primarily but will also carry the top 10 pop disco music in IP'S, tapes and 45s "We will also havr some children's records, Christmas music, some of the older western rr cords and we ran special orxicr certain typos of music." Mrs McClellan said The f-imiiy orirntrd Jerry TooMy store is open Monday throuch Saturday from f) .10 a m to .5 30 p.m. Th<\v also feature McClellan's own unusual recording of I am an ex-convict from a Florida Chain Gang St. Rose de Lima November 14; Girl to Mr. and Mrs. David Decker, Boulder City. Various offenses haver been recorded by the Henderson police department during the past week including a kidnapping and drug overdose. Police reported a first degree kidnapping charge was lodged against Eugene Willie Johnson, 21, of San Diego. Ca., when he allegedly took his estranged '^fife's child, from the home where she was staying in Hendefson. The six-year-old girl was found unharmed later in a motel in Las Vegas. Johnson, a laundry worker, told police he had no intention of harming the child, he just wanted to get his wife to match. The velour hfTk/^ of moss green and blue plays the dominant chord together with two omhossed gold antique white and silver plagues nfa Grecian and his lady. Chairs and a marble top dresser complete the room with a matching bench at the end of the • bed which Bette fashioned A dressing room is located directly off of the bedroom with mirrored closet doors. A walk through bathroom leads into another room for rxtra closet space which in turn leads back into the master bedroom Bette Thursby re cently modeled for the Museum Guild and Basic High School, She is the Secretary of American Field Service and is a Member of the Up with People group The Thursbys daughters, Dianne, Sheila. and_ Melody, are married and reside in California Thisout.standinghome radiates the love and warmth put into it hy the occupants • Scotty and Bette Thursby. "This is to be our retirement home for wc enjoy Henderson living and our wonderful neighbors,' Bette concluded Basic High School-has a winning tradition in wrestling that goes back years. Four years ago the Wolves won the state championship, and last year they took second in state/ Jim Duschen, the new wrestling coach at Basic is intent on continuing the strong wrestling tradition. His team began practice sesions Wednesday, and will open up the season with a match at Clark, November 30. Duschen comes to his new job with years of wrestling experience, success and hard work behind him. He has won national titles and has competed internationally. He first became interested in the sport when he was a boy, growing up in Waterioo, Iowa. While Jim was in elementary school his uncle was wrestling on the high school level. His uncle won a state championship, and Jim used to watch him wrestle at meets, h helped inspire Duschen to get into wrestling when he reached junior high school Duschen explained that wrestling received much more attention in Iowa and Waterioo than it does here iYi Nevada. The sport was heavily emphasized and competition was extremely tough. As a high school wrestler, Duschen did well but he was nothing spectacular. He did show a spectacular rate of growth, though. As a high school sophomore he wrestled in the 112 pound class. The following year he wrestled at 145. and as a senior he weighed in at 165. He was later o do most of his college wrestling at over 200 pounds. Commenting on his high school years. Duschen said, "I think it was difficult just to keep up with my rate of growih. 1 had to struggle to keep my head above w ater and keep a winning record." Duschen qualified for the state meet in his senior year, but he did not place in the competition. He did not go to college right out of high school, choosing instead to work in construction and with the railroad for a couple years, because he, "just wasn't ready for college." During that time he continued to mature physically, and he decided to enroll at the University of Iowa, a top wrestling power which boasted a nationally ranked team. Not many people thought Duschen would evetwrestle at the university, as his high school record was not overly impressive, but proved himself in his first year on the team when he won the Midlands championship and placed third in the Big Eight Conference as a sophomore. He wor the Big Eight championship in both his junior and senior years, and he placed fifth in the NCAA finals championships as a senior, wrestling at 191 pounds. After college he went on to freestyle and GrecoRoman wrestling. He had numerous successes, including two national Greco-Roman championships. He tried out for the U.S. Olympic team in 1972 and was runner up in the trials. in 1973 he wrestled with the U.S. team at the World Wrestling Championships in Tehran. Iran. Duschen returned to Iowa State to get his B.S. in physical educi&tion in 1972. and he then went to North Dakota State University, where he worked as an assistant coach for the team and earned his teaching credentials. After that he went to Colorado State University for graduate work, and then returned to Iowa, where he coached his first high school team. He met UNLV wrestling coach Dennis Frinfrock. who encouraged him to come out to Las Vegas and coach. Duschen worked as an assistant coach at UNLV last year before getting theJiigh school job he was seeking, at Basic. His first team at Basic does not have a lot of experience, and Duschen does not want his players to be discouraged if they do not have immediate success. After all, it took him years to make it as a top to the top. "As long the kids stay with it and have confidence, they can make it." he said. Aside from the physical benefits of the sport. Duschen mentioned emotional benefits. "The individualism builds character, knowing they are out there along on the mat and nobody can help them. The discipline involved can help them no matter what endeavors they try later." As for his outlook on the coming season, Duschen said, "I'm glad to be here at Basic and I'm looking forward to a successful season, but then we'll have to wait and see. That's the interesting thing about sports." JIM DUSCHEN, Wrestling' Coach Our Sports World WJfm^*4^BQmM!^ Rotary to Sponsor Biddy Basketball Leroy Zike. president of the Henderson Rotary Club, announced that the cltjb will again sponsor the Rotary Biddy Basketball league at the Henderson Boy's Club. This highly successful program involved over a hundred boys last year. Dave Johnson expects twice as many to play in the league this year. There will be two divisions, boys 7 to 9 years old. and boys 10 to 12. League pfay will start December 5 at the club. Boys can sign up now at the Henderson Boy's Club. 401 Drake St. Adult Basketball Program Boys' CU) News left* anjeys the petie perch (o product of hor wik) with her peltl Wrestling ParentsClub to meet. The first meeting of the Henderson Boys Club Wrestling Parents Club will be held in the Boys Club Library at 7:30 p.m. on Monday. 27 November 1978. Included on the agenda will be: award, team schedule, fees and refreshment sales. Parents and others interested in any way are urged to artend. Refreshments will be served. Biddy Basketball Players: Sign-ups are now being taken in the Boys Club Programs office. There will be one league for members between the ages of 7-9 and another league for those boys between the ages of 10-12. Practice schedule games will be played in December ^ith a double elimination tournament over the Christmas Holidays. League play will begin 2 January 1979. The Biddy Basketball League is again being sponsored by the Henderson Rotary Oub. Biddy Basketbar. Coaches Needed Coaches and assistants are badly needed for the Rotary sponsored Biddy Basketball Leagues for the 1978-79 season at the Henderson Boys Club. Please call Dave Johnson at the Programs office if you are interested,5656568. You do not have to have an abundance of basketball experience to coach at this level. Fill your spare time and help these boys learn basketball fundamentals. • Wrestling Sign-ups There has been a slight change in Boys Club members signing up for the 1978-79 Southern Nevada Youth Wrestling League Program. The $12.00 registrationfee will not be required this year and all that is necessary will be membership in the Boys Club. ...... Membershtp is $2.00 per year. If you plan on participating in this excellent program this season please sign-up in the Boys Hub Programs office at once. The Boys Gub team will again be coached by Zane Miner of Basic High School head wrestling coach. Jim Duschen of Basic will also assist u his time permits. A full schedule of dual meets, invitationals and league meets is slated. BIDDY BASKETBALL TO BEGIN JAN. 2 • Biddy basketball leagues will be forming soon and ploy will get underway the. first week of January. Dave Johnson, program director for tha Hendarson Beys' Club, it shown at the left as he helped coach teams lost year. The league is sponsored by the Henderson Rotary Club. A new adult basketball program has been designed by ihe Henderson Parks and Recreation Department. Each Monday and Wednesday evening beginning at 8 p.m.. you arc thvifed to vfsTt^iiir" newly refinished gyninnasiqm facility located in the Civic Center Complex at the corner of Lead and Basic streets in Henderson. Double courts • are provided for your leisure enjoyment. Games will be played four-on-four. with the winning team keeping the court. Registration cards art free and will be available each Monday and -Wednesday evening from our Henderson Parks and Recreation Department staff member. Don't get caught in a double dribble, stop in and shoot a few hoops. Meet some new friends and enjoy yourself. For further information regardtng our drop-in program, telephone 5b5m\ e!0^34 or_5^8?32_ after 5 p.m. daily. LorinL Wliams Pool The-Lorin L. Williams Pool will be closed to the public on Thursday. November 23rd in observation of the Thanksgiving holiday. The pool will also be closed for geeeral swimming Friday. November 24th through-Sunday. November 26th for the Southern Nevada Sand pipers swim meet. The pool will re-open with rcgulariy scheduled programs Monday. November 27th. You're more than welcome to attend the Southern Nevada Sand pipers swim meet during these times. • > • Sofas and Chairs needed The Henderson Boys Gub is in need of-sofas and lounge type chavs for the clubs Library. If you have a used hem of this type that you would liked to donate please call the Boys Hub at 565-6568 or 69 for pick-up. Boys' Club Wrestling Clinic Successful The Henderson Boys' Club hosted approximately 500 area high school wrestlers and parents at the wrestling clinic held last Sat.. Nov. 18. Former NCAA champion Frank Santana conducted the morning session while wrestling hall of famer coach Harold Nichols of Iowa State University held the afternoon session. Basic High School head coach Jim Duschen and Bill Murdock. former Pacific • 8 champion from the University of Washington, assisted Dr. Nichols with the presentations. Coach Zane Miner of Basic High School handled the many registrations. IVE^ OWIVER Fast Service! Try Us — Cooked B To Orcfer! Tttcs $1.25 TllttrS.C0NEY0AY39* Fri. 3 BURGERS $1.00 Sat. CHICKEN IN BASKET SIAW-ROLLS-RIESRE6.$1J9 SAT. $1.75 (coffee) Breakfast PANCAKES, SAUSAGE. BACON ;99* w/EGG t124 BREAKFAST SANDWICH SAUSAGE-fljG-CHEESE MUff iW 210 S. BOULDER HWY.1 565^12 WRESTUNG CUNIC • The lorfe fleer ef the Beys' Club Som Boyd Gymnosiwm wos covered with boys lost Soturdoy os they ottanded o wrestling clinic sponsored by the dub. After o diKussien by the coochet, the boys hod their turn to test the techniques they hod been told about. ^. 's 4 • "" • • "^^-'•' • Ta j -aer-"'^^-nSMVtitrimlUt, • • iHfififlgh.-' • :. -^-^ -^ir'MTiif^M7i|mi'i.^ • ^.• •'Mt; .a* • 11 • ''ii MtttaMuti^tmMt -vtriamMn^iiii iKlWrih'lh

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• >fi.' MEWtST TEENAGE 1001 TO APPEAR ^J^£^fl p^,,^^ Blotter Htn^rMn Horn* Newt, Htndtnen, Nevada Tfiunday, Novtmber 23, 1971 % PaS Thursday, November 23, 1971 New Wresting Coach, Jim Duschen, Sets Out to Maintain Basic's Strong Wresting Tradition HERE SATURDAY When Carol and Floyd McClellan bought the cozy little record store at 27 C Water Street less than a month ago, they decided to make Thanksgiving weekend a bit special for local residents, both young and old alike Hollywood s newest teenage idol. Jerry Toome>. will make a special' appearance at McClellan $ Records on Saturday. November 25 from : to 2 p m The 14 year old rising star was featured in the movie. The Swarm" and in the Billion Dollar Hobo" with Tim Conway Mr has also made several television commercials including one for Mattel Toys. Kool-Aid and his most current one for Northwestern Insurance Company His television credi's inciurJe an appearance in an episode of Lucan," the made for TV movie. "Captains and the King," and "Love me. love me not," with J former Partridge Family [ star Susan Dey During his brief ap pearance at the record store, Toomey will he presented with a special gift from the City by Dorothy Vondenbrink. City Clerk The McClelLins took over the store, formerly known as DDAtY Records, on Octobrr 27 They sell records nnd tapes and will be fcatur inp country and weslrrn music primarily but will also carry the top 10 pop disco music in IP'S, tapes and 45s "We will also havr some children's records, Christmas music, some of the older western rr cords and we ran special orxicr certain typos of music." Mrs McClellan said The f-imiiy orirntrd Jerry TooMy store is open Monday throuch Saturday from f) .10 a m to .5 30 p.m. Th<\v also feature McClellan's own unusual recording of I am an ex-convict from a Florida Chain Gang St. Rose de Lima November 14; Girl to Mr. and Mrs. David Decker, Boulder City. Various offenses haver been recorded by the Henderson police department during the past week including a kidnapping and drug overdose. Police reported a first degree kidnapping charge was lodged against Eugene Willie Johnson, 21, of San Diego. Ca., when he allegedly took his estranged '^fife's child, from the home where she was staying in Hendefson. The six-year-old girl was found unharmed later in a motel in Las Vegas. Johnson, a laundry worker, told police he had no intention of harming the child, he just wanted to get his wife to match. The velour hfTk/^ of moss green and blue plays the dominant chord together with two omhossed gold antique white and silver plagues nfa Grecian and his lady. Chairs and a marble top dresser complete the room with a matching bench at the end of the • bed which Bette fashioned A dressing room is located directly off of the bedroom with mirrored closet doors. A walk through bathroom leads into another room for rxtra closet space which in turn leads back into the master bedroom Bette Thursby re cently modeled for the Museum Guild and Basic High School, She is the Secretary of American Field Service and is a Member of the Up with People group The Thursbys daughters, Dianne, Sheila. and_ Melody, are married and reside in California Thisout.standinghome radiates the love and warmth put into it hy the occupants • Scotty and Bette Thursby. "This is to be our retirement home for wc enjoy Henderson living and our wonderful neighbors,' Bette concluded Basic High School-has a winning tradition in wrestling that goes back years. Four years ago the Wolves won the state championship, and last year they took second in state/ Jim Duschen, the new wrestling coach at Basic is intent on continuing the strong wrestling tradition. His team began practice sesions Wednesday, and will open up the season with a match at Clark, November 30. Duschen comes to his new job with years of wrestling experience, success and hard work behind him. He has won national titles and has competed internationally. He first became interested in the sport when he was a boy, growing up in Waterioo, Iowa. While Jim was in elementary school his uncle was wrestling on the high school level. His uncle won a state championship, and Jim used to watch him wrestle at meets, h helped inspire Duschen to get into wrestling when he reached junior high school Duschen explained that wrestling received much more attention in Iowa and Waterioo than it does here iYi Nevada. The sport was heavily emphasized and competition was extremely tough. As a high school wrestler, Duschen did well but he was nothing spectacular. He did show a spectacular rate of growth, though. As a high school sophomore he wrestled in the 112 pound class. The following year he wrestled at 145. and as a senior he weighed in at 165. He was later o do most of his college wrestling at over 200 pounds. Commenting on his high school years. Duschen said, "I think it was difficult just to keep up with my rate of growih. 1 had to struggle to keep my head above w ater and keep a winning record." Duschen qualified for the state meet in his senior year, but he did not place in the competition. He did not go to college right out of high school, choosing instead to work in construction and with the railroad for a couple years, because he, "just wasn't ready for college." During that time he continued to mature physically, and he decided to enroll at the University of Iowa, a top wrestling power which boasted a nationally ranked team. Not many people thought Duschen would evetwrestle at the university, as his high school record was not overly impressive, but proved himself in his first year on the team when he won the Midlands championship and placed third in the Big Eight Conference as a sophomore. He wor the Big Eight championship in both his junior and senior years, and he placed fifth in the NCAA finals championships as a senior, wrestling at 191 pounds. After college he went on to freestyle and GrecoRoman wrestling. He had numerous successes, including two national Greco-Roman championships. He tried out for the U.S. Olympic team in 1972 and was runner up in the trials. in 1973 he wrestled with the U.S. team at the World Wrestling Championships in Tehran. Iran. Duschen returned to Iowa State to get his B.S. in physical educi&tion in 1972. and he then went to North Dakota State University, where he worked as an assistant coach for the team and earned his teaching credentials. After that he went to Colorado State University for graduate work, and then returned to Iowa, where he coached his first high school team. He met UNLV wrestling coach Dennis Frinfrock. who encouraged him to come out to Las Vegas and coach. Duschen worked as an assistant coach at UNLV last year before getting theJiigh school job he was seeking, at Basic. His first team at Basic does not have a lot of experience, and Duschen does not want his players to be discouraged if they do not have immediate success. After all, it took him years to make it as a top to the top. "As long the kids stay with it and have confidence, they can make it." he said. Aside from the physical benefits of the sport. Duschen mentioned emotional benefits. "The individualism builds character, knowing they are out there along on the mat and nobody can help them. The discipline involved can help them no matter what endeavors they try later." As for his outlook on the coming season, Duschen said, "I'm glad to be here at Basic and I'm looking forward to a successful season, but then we'll have to wait and see. That's the interesting thing about sports." JIM DUSCHEN, Wrestling' Coach Our Sports World WJfm^*4^BQmM!^ Rotary to Sponsor Biddy Basketball Leroy Zike. president of the Henderson Rotary Club, announced that the cltjb will again sponsor the Rotary Biddy Basketball league at the Henderson Boy's Club. This highly successful program involved over a hundred boys last year. Dave Johnson expects twice as many to play in the league this year. There will be two divisions, boys 7 to 9 years old. and boys 10 to 12. League pfay will start December 5 at the club. Boys can sign up now at the Henderson Boy's Club. 401 Drake St. Adult Basketball Program Boys' CU) News left* anjeys the petie perch (o product of hor wik) with her peltl Wrestling ParentsClub to meet. The first meeting of the Henderson Boys Club Wrestling Parents Club will be held in the Boys Club Library at 7:30 p.m. on Monday. 27 November 1978. Included on the agenda will be: award, team schedule, fees and refreshment sales. Parents and others interested in any way are urged to artend. Refreshments will be served. Biddy Basketball Players: Sign-ups are now being taken in the Boys Club Programs office. There will be one league for members between the ages of 7-9 and another league for those boys between the ages of 10-12. Practice schedule games will be played in December ^ith a double elimination tournament over the Christmas Holidays. League play will begin 2 January 1979. The Biddy Basketball League is again being sponsored by the Henderson Rotary Oub. Biddy Basketbar. Coaches Needed Coaches and assistants are badly needed for the Rotary sponsored Biddy Basketball Leagues for the 1978-79 season at the Henderson Boys Club. Please call Dave Johnson at the Programs office if you are interested,5656568. You do not have to have an abundance of basketball experience to coach at this level. Fill your spare time and help these boys learn basketball fundamentals. • Wrestling Sign-ups There has been a slight change in Boys Club members signing up for the 1978-79 Southern Nevada Youth Wrestling League Program. The $12.00 registrationfee will not be required this year and all that is necessary will be membership in the Boys Club. ...... Membershtp is $2.00 per year. If you plan on participating in this excellent program this season please sign-up in the Boys Hub Programs office at once. The Boys Gub team will again be coached by Zane Miner of Basic High School head wrestling coach. Jim Duschen of Basic will also assist u his time permits. A full schedule of dual meets, invitationals and league meets is slated. BIDDY BASKETBALL TO BEGIN JAN. 2 • Biddy basketball leagues will be forming soon and ploy will get underway the. first week of January. Dave Johnson, program director for tha Hendarson Beys' Club, it shown at the left as he helped coach teams lost year. The league is sponsored by the Henderson Rotary Club. A new adult basketball program has been designed by ihe Henderson Parks and Recreation Department. Each Monday and Wednesday evening beginning at 8 p.m.. you arc thvifed to vfsTt^iiir" newly refinished gyninnasiqm facility located in the Civic Center Complex at the corner of Lead and Basic streets in Henderson. Double courts • are provided for your leisure enjoyment. Games will be played four-on-four. with the winning team keeping the court. Registration cards art free and will be available each Monday and -Wednesday evening from our Henderson Parks and Recreation Department staff member. Don't get caught in a double dribble, stop in and shoot a few hoops. Meet some new friends and enjoy yourself. For further information regardtng our drop-in program, telephone 5b5m\ e!0^34 or_5^8?32_ after 5 p.m. daily. LorinL Wliams Pool The-Lorin L. Williams Pool will be closed to the public on Thursday. November 23rd in observation of the Thanksgiving holiday. The pool will also be closed for geeeral swimming Friday. November 24th through-Sunday. November 26th for the Southern Nevada Sand pipers swim meet. The pool will re-open with rcgulariy scheduled programs Monday. November 27th. You're more than welcome to attend the Southern Nevada Sand pipers swim meet during these times. • > • Sofas and Chairs needed The Henderson Boys Gub is in need of-sofas and lounge type chavs for the clubs Library. If you have a used hem of this type that you would liked to donate please call the Boys Hub at 565-6568 or 69 for pick-up. Boys' Club Wrestling Clinic Successful The Henderson Boys' Club hosted approximately 500 area high school wrestlers and parents at the wrestling clinic held last Sat.. Nov. 18. Former NCAA champion Frank Santana conducted the morning session while wrestling hall of famer coach Harold Nichols of Iowa State University held the afternoon session. Basic High School head coach Jim Duschen and Bill Murdock. former Pacific • 8 champion from the University of Washington, assisted Dr. Nichols with the presentations. Coach Zane Miner of Basic High School handled the many registrations. IVE^ OWIVER Fast Service! Try Us — Cooked B To Orcfer! Tttcs $1.25 TllttrS.C0NEY0AY39* Fri. 3 BURGERS $1.00 Sat. CHICKEN IN BASKET SIAW-ROLLS-RIESRE6.$1J9 SAT. $1.75 (coffee) Breakfast PANCAKES, SAUSAGE. BACON ;99* w/EGG t124 BREAKFAST SANDWICH SAUSAGE-fljG-CHEESE MUff iW 210 S. BOULDER HWY.1 565^12 WRESTUNG CUNIC • The lorfe fleer ef the Beys' Club Som Boyd Gymnosiwm wos covered with boys lost Soturdoy os they ottanded o wrestling clinic sponsored by the dub. After o diKussien by the coochet, the boys hod their turn to test the techniques they hod been told about. ^. 's 4 • "" • • "^^-'•' • Ta j -aer-"'^^-nSMVtitrimlUt, • • iHfififlgh.-' • :. -^-^ -^ir'MTiif^M7i|mi'i.^ • ^.• •'Mt; .a* • 11 • ''ii MtttaMuti^tmMt -vtriamMn^iiii iKlWrih'lh

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mm \ Hnd*ron Homt Ntwt, Htndcnon, Navodo • • ^m # # • H ^ 90immmt^mm0itlimmmllimmm$^mmt^ H—— H <|llM<<|> fta Thundoy, Navambcr 23, 1^1 ^'ii:;T-K AROUND THE TOWN By Jvon Eckltv Just Two Weeks left to Enter Parade ^ Convalesing Heard from friends that Judy Brenncn is home from the hospital and doing well. Good for you Judy, 1 know that you can't keep this little spitfire down for long. E.O.B. Bus Seniors keep this number in a good handy place, it's very important to you. 648-5525. It's for E.O.B. transportation. If you have a doctor's appointment, need to go shopping or for a business matter in 'Henderson or Las Vegas, make a call 24 hours in advance for pickup. This is a free transportation service for all seniors... Married in Dumas. Texas On November 18 at the First Baptist Church in Dumas. Texas, Teresa Renes Smith and Walter Wayne Miller wiH be joined in Holy Matrimony. Grandaft lose McClcilan of Henderson will be going down this week for the wedding and will stay for a short family visit. Vickies Birthday Afters being away for about two months at last Lola King is back home. Lola's visit with family and friends is an annual one which she always looks forward to. Heard that this year she visited in Florida. Mississippi. Tennessee and Alabama.Happy to have you back with us again, as friends at Espinoza Terrace really missed you. Wedding Anniversary Mike and Josephine Leavitt will be celebrating an anniversary this wseek on Saturday. Mike tells me that a day in Las Vegas with children is being arranged. Pittman 7-11 Store I received a gift certificate from the manager of the Pittman 7-11 store as a prize last week so 1 went shopping. Nice new clean store with very friendly personnel..was surprised at the assortment of items that they carry. Thanks Eagles Wow! What a Thanksgiving dinner with many, many seniors attending. Hows this for a menu, Turkey, dressing, '-cranbcrrics. potatoes, gravy, coffee and tea. AH this topped off with pumpkin pic. Must have taken many hours of hard work to get this event together. Thanks, gals and guys of the Eagles from all. Happy Birthday Birthday greetings from family and friends are going out to Zela Heffilfinger. November lb will be the big day. Zela is a trailer resident at Trailer Haven. So Sorry It was reported to me that Helen Stewart of Espinoza Terrace is suffering some leg problems and is homebound for a few weeks. Speedy recovery wishes coming your way, Helen. Free Arts and Craft Lesson Free to all seniors in Henderson and guests are the arts and craft lessons /"taught in room 29. Lesson^ are twice a monthr-Next one will be on November 22. Let's All Pray I was so very sorry to hear that Jesus Archleta wasn't feeling well and is in the hospital. Seems Jesus and wife. Lens, have a hard road to travel. .all our good wishes and prayers are with this couple. Thanks Beautiful lady. Arlice Hedges, helping again at the once a month B^P reading.' at the R.S.V.P. Center..thanks from a friend. Sizzlerbinner Gift from the Sirzlcr for the senior of the month of November was a dinner for two. My husband and I went there for dinner last week mmmni delicious steak and Crab..thanks again. Welcome Rita U. Bcrtoli received a big welcome from the seniors at Espinoza Terrace when she-joined their group one day last week. Happy Birthday Greetings to those Born in November... November 25; -John Leyba. Doug Heney, Dennis Wilden. Tyler Murray. Sarah Dean, David Nelson. Timothy. Ruby Hatch. November 26; Laura Workman. Marguerite Herbert, Harvey Walter Boyce, Leitha Harvey. Loren Stephensen, Bryan Hulsey, Dianna Aflderson, Joyce Adams, Bob Burnside, Donald Atkin, Jerry D. Harper. November 27; Brian Dawson. Vnckie Edward, Larry Robinson, Bryent Soloman. Cary Hatch. DarNell Peeples. Wendy West. November 28; Kenneth Anderson, DeAnna Munford. Jeanine Hardman. Delana Ulibarri, Mary W, Boyce. Julie Wootton. Jcanette Johnson. Jimmy Martinez. Winifred Bowman. Jason Ray Leavitt. November 29; Steve Wcrber, Cyntea Purcell. Sheri Ross. Tara Pyatt. Chris Anderson, Bwnett Stephensen. Sylvia Burch, Jackie Stafford. November 30; Kent Stoker. Roger Kesterson. Jill Mitchell. Norm Stanley. Margo Snowden. Danny Rhoads. Kurt Hill. Elaine Wingct. Eric Cassedy. Kurt Snow Randall. Anniversary to Couples Wedding '^Wishes Married in November... November 25;Vaun and Dorothea Gariick. Mr. and Mrs. Kari H. Graff, Olin and Cherric Hinton. November 27;Dan and Peggy Prisbray. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Walter. Arthur and Dorothy Bruce, Carlos and Doris Watkins, Cody and Clara Wilkins. Tom and Fawn Stirling. November 28;Bill and Darlene Hermanes. November 29;Mr< and Mrs. Keith T. Dalton. November 30; Neil and Pauline Davis, Max and JoAnn Reid. Lloyd and Joyce Gardiner. As the weather turns cooler, leaves change to yellow and begin dropping, holiday goodies appear on the store shelves and you start thinking about Christmas. Christmas in Hendrson begins with a parade. A parade of children and a tDBe for children to wticoAie Santa to town. The 7th Annual Henderson Children's Christmas Parade will take place at 11 a.m. on December 9. Already many youth groupa and CHRISTMAS PARADE ENTRY FORM NAME ADDRESS PHONE AGE SCHOOL GRADE TYPE OF ENTRY -^ SCRIPT • „. t PREPARING FOR THE ANNUAL CHRISTMAS PARADE Boys' Club members art shewn prtporing thtir float for this yter's CHildren't Christmas Parade ocheduled for Dec. 9 at 11 a.m. Tha Boys' Club is just one orgoniiation which will have a float in the parade. PEO Sisterhood individuals have announced their intention to take part. Some of these are the Henderson Salvation Army, the Henderson Rotary Club, Burkholder Junior High School Band, the Burton Street Gang and the Basic High School Band. To enter the parade yraonly have to use a little Imagination and follow a few simple rules. No objects may be thrown from any entry and there will only be one Santa Claus. If you have any questions call the Henderson Chamber of Commerce at 565-8951 Or evenings call Ron Hubel at 565-8952. There is a parade entry blank for your'convenience in the pM>er and this may be filled out and returned tCthe Chamber of Commie. we w* Deadline for entrws is December 6. '• PEO Notes A festive dinner was held at the Black Mountain Country Club to honor Frances Gilbert. Chapter R member and Nevada State PEO Sisterhood organizer. The event was planned by Jackie Woolridge, entertainment and social committee chairman, following Mrs. Gilbert's recent chapter review. Roxie Copenhaven, Nevada State PEO president, was welcomed by president Patty Ray as the evening's gueit. A program to highlight the accomplishments of Mrs Gilbert not only in PEO but in her life, was given by Marjorie Ivary, mistress of ceremonies. Reading from the autobiography of Mrs. Gilbert we traveled with her fyom her birthplace on an Iowa farm of Danish parents to California, then to Henderson. Her husband, Ford Gilbert, was a minister and the Gilbert family wove a tapestry of the beautiful things of life. In reply, Mrs. Gilbert brought to the members more vignettes which happened along the road of living. This is your life. Frances Gilbert. Frances Gilbert, State organizer for Nevada PEO and a Chapter R member, reviewed her chapter Nov. 6 at the home of Ruth Brammer. Following the review, chapter members observed their 26th birthday with song and delicious cake and punch. Cottey College, in Nevada, Missouri, is owned and operated by the PEO Sisterhood. It is a two year, non sectarian liberal arts college for women and awards the Associate of Arts degree. Approximately 92 percent of Cottey graduates transfer to four year colleges and universities. Patty Ray, a graduate of Cottey. is this year's president of Chapter R. Sherri Thayer, a chapter member, is also a Cottey graduate and has completed her education in the nursing profession. Members of Chapter R are fortunate to have these outstanding young women to keep ui in touch with Cottey. At the core of Cottey's program is a soun(8iberal arts training w||ich serves as a basis for (\iture specialization. Equally important for the student at Cottejr is the living environment which compliments the academic progrim. Glancing through the Cottey caUlog is exciting and may be the answer to where to eater life's educational field. Jean Moore, Cottey College chairman, and Martha Rauler of Ckapter R can give more Information on this ex^|. lent women's college. :!^^!!!!^^*!^***^^ 4? Laubach Announces Advancements i JACKIE WOOIDRIDGE ROSA HERWICK Duane G. Laubasch GRI and President of "Henderson Realty, Inc., is pleased to announce that Jackie Wooldridgc and Rosa Herwick recently acquired their Graduate Realtor Designations. The purpose of the GRl Designation is to educate and train persons to function effectively in the residential real estate brokerage business in which the primary activity is brokering on single family homes and in which there are occasional opportunities in auxiliarv activities such as leasing and managing and the sale of simple investment, commercial and industrial units. It consists of 90 hours of instruction, usually divided into three 30-hour courses. The three courses have been organized in a sequence designed to establish performance capabilities so that individuals completing each course can perform functions of the real estate business which they-^could not perform prior to taking the courses. Laubach states one of his primary goals is the stressing of professional expertise within his firm. And with today's market and the many complexities surrounding the Real Estate profession the salesperson who is constantly seeking more education and training will be the one who can effectively engage in the exchange of professional information. He will also be the one who a client can come back to in the future and he will still be in business. Inquiring Camera Girl f lo Raymond" TODAYS QlESTlOy: If you could spend a day and evening ''on the town^' with dining^ dancings and sight seeing escorted by a famous personality, who would it he, and why? 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mm \ Hnd*ron Homt Ntwt, Htndcnon, Navodo • • ^m # # • H ^ 90immmt^mm0itlimmmllimmm$^mmt^ H—— H <|llM<<|> fta Thundoy, Navambcr 23, 1^1 ^'ii:;T-K AROUND THE TOWN By Jvon Eckltv Just Two Weeks left to Enter Parade ^ Convalesing Heard from friends that Judy Brenncn is home from the hospital and doing well. Good for you Judy, 1 know that you can't keep this little spitfire down for long. E.O.B. Bus Seniors keep this number in a good handy place, it's very important to you. 648-5525. It's for E.O.B. transportation. If you have a doctor's appointment, need to go shopping or for a business matter in 'Henderson or Las Vegas, make a call 24 hours in advance for pickup. This is a free transportation service for all seniors... Married in Dumas. Texas On November 18 at the First Baptist Church in Dumas. Texas, Teresa Renes Smith and Walter Wayne Miller wiH be joined in Holy Matrimony. Grandaft lose McClcilan of Henderson will be going down this week for the wedding and will stay for a short family visit. Vickies Birthday Afters being away for about two months at last Lola King is back home. Lola's visit with family and friends is an annual one which she always looks forward to. Heard that this year she visited in Florida. Mississippi. Tennessee and Alabama.Happy to have you back with us again, as friends at Espinoza Terrace really missed you. Wedding Anniversary Mike and Josephine Leavitt will be celebrating an anniversary this wseek on Saturday. Mike tells me that a day in Las Vegas with children is being arranged. Pittman 7-11 Store I received a gift certificate from the manager of the Pittman 7-11 store as a prize last week so 1 went shopping. Nice new clean store with very friendly personnel..was surprised at the assortment of items that they carry. Thanks Eagles Wow! What a Thanksgiving dinner with many, many seniors attending. Hows this for a menu, Turkey, dressing, '-cranbcrrics. potatoes, gravy, coffee and tea. AH this topped off with pumpkin pic. Must have taken many hours of hard work to get this event together. Thanks, gals and guys of the Eagles from all. Happy Birthday Birthday greetings from family and friends are going out to Zela Heffilfinger. November lb will be the big day. Zela is a trailer resident at Trailer Haven. So Sorry It was reported to me that Helen Stewart of Espinoza Terrace is suffering some leg problems and is homebound for a few weeks. Speedy recovery wishes coming your way, Helen. Free Arts and Craft Lesson Free to all seniors in Henderson and guests are the arts and craft lessons /"taught in room 29. Lesson^ are twice a monthr-Next one will be on November 22. Let's All Pray I was so very sorry to hear that Jesus Archleta wasn't feeling well and is in the hospital. Seems Jesus and wife. Lens, have a hard road to travel. .all our good wishes and prayers are with this couple. Thanks Beautiful lady. Arlice Hedges, helping again at the once a month B^P reading.' at the R.S.V.P. Center..thanks from a friend. Sizzlerbinner Gift from the Sirzlcr for the senior of the month of November was a dinner for two. My husband and I went there for dinner last week mmmni delicious steak and Crab..thanks again. Welcome Rita U. Bcrtoli received a big welcome from the seniors at Espinoza Terrace when she-joined their group one day last week. Happy Birthday Greetings to those Born in November... November 25; -John Leyba. Doug Heney, Dennis Wilden. Tyler Murray. Sarah Dean, David Nelson. Timothy. Ruby Hatch. November 26; Laura Workman. Marguerite Herbert, Harvey Walter Boyce, Leitha Harvey. Loren Stephensen, Bryan Hulsey, Dianna Aflderson, Joyce Adams, Bob Burnside, Donald Atkin, Jerry D. Harper. November 27; Brian Dawson. Vnckie Edward, Larry Robinson, Bryent Soloman. Cary Hatch. DarNell Peeples. Wendy West. November 28; Kenneth Anderson, DeAnna Munford. Jeanine Hardman. Delana Ulibarri, Mary W, Boyce. Julie Wootton. Jcanette Johnson. Jimmy Martinez. Winifred Bowman. Jason Ray Leavitt. November 29; Steve Wcrber, Cyntea Purcell. Sheri Ross. Tara Pyatt. Chris Anderson, Bwnett Stephensen. Sylvia Burch, Jackie Stafford. November 30; Kent Stoker. Roger Kesterson. Jill Mitchell. Norm Stanley. Margo Snowden. Danny Rhoads. Kurt Hill. Elaine Wingct. Eric Cassedy. Kurt Snow Randall. Anniversary to Couples Wedding '^Wishes Married in November... November 25;Vaun and Dorothea Gariick. Mr. and Mrs. Kari H. Graff, Olin and Cherric Hinton. November 27;Dan and Peggy Prisbray. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Walter. Arthur and Dorothy Bruce, Carlos and Doris Watkins, Cody and Clara Wilkins. Tom and Fawn Stirling. November 28;Bill and Darlene Hermanes. November 29;Mr< and Mrs. Keith T. Dalton. November 30; Neil and Pauline Davis, Max and JoAnn Reid. Lloyd and Joyce Gardiner. As the weather turns cooler, leaves change to yellow and begin dropping, holiday goodies appear on the store shelves and you start thinking about Christmas. Christmas in Hendrson begins with a parade. A parade of children and a tDBe for children to wticoAie Santa to town. The 7th Annual Henderson Children's Christmas Parade will take place at 11 a.m. on December 9. Already many youth groupa and CHRISTMAS PARADE ENTRY FORM NAME ADDRESS PHONE AGE SCHOOL GRADE TYPE OF ENTRY -^ SCRIPT • „. t PREPARING FOR THE ANNUAL CHRISTMAS PARADE Boys' Club members art shewn prtporing thtir float for this yter's CHildren't Christmas Parade ocheduled for Dec. 9 at 11 a.m. Tha Boys' Club is just one orgoniiation which will have a float in the parade. PEO Sisterhood individuals have announced their intention to take part. Some of these are the Henderson Salvation Army, the Henderson Rotary Club, Burkholder Junior High School Band, the Burton Street Gang and the Basic High School Band. To enter the parade yraonly have to use a little Imagination and follow a few simple rules. No objects may be thrown from any entry and there will only be one Santa Claus. If you have any questions call the Henderson Chamber of Commerce at 565-8951 Or evenings call Ron Hubel at 565-8952. There is a parade entry blank for your'convenience in the pM>er and this may be filled out and returned tCthe Chamber of Commie. we w* Deadline for entrws is December 6. '• PEO Notes A festive dinner was held at the Black Mountain Country Club to honor Frances Gilbert. Chapter R member and Nevada State PEO Sisterhood organizer. The event was planned by Jackie Woolridge, entertainment and social committee chairman, following Mrs. Gilbert's recent chapter review. Roxie Copenhaven, Nevada State PEO president, was welcomed by president Patty Ray as the evening's gueit. A program to highlight the accomplishments of Mrs Gilbert not only in PEO but in her life, was given by Marjorie Ivary, mistress of ceremonies. Reading from the autobiography of Mrs. Gilbert we traveled with her fyom her birthplace on an Iowa farm of Danish parents to California, then to Henderson. Her husband, Ford Gilbert, was a minister and the Gilbert family wove a tapestry of the beautiful things of life. In reply, Mrs. Gilbert brought to the members more vignettes which happened along the road of living. This is your life. Frances Gilbert. Frances Gilbert, State organizer for Nevada PEO and a Chapter R member, reviewed her chapter Nov. 6 at the home of Ruth Brammer. Following the review, chapter members observed their 26th birthday with song and delicious cake and punch. Cottey College, in Nevada, Missouri, is owned and operated by the PEO Sisterhood. It is a two year, non sectarian liberal arts college for women and awards the Associate of Arts degree. Approximately 92 percent of Cottey graduates transfer to four year colleges and universities. Patty Ray, a graduate of Cottey. is this year's president of Chapter R. Sherri Thayer, a chapter member, is also a Cottey graduate and has completed her education in the nursing profession. Members of Chapter R are fortunate to have these outstanding young women to keep ui in touch with Cottey. At the core of Cottey's program is a soun(8iberal arts training w||ich serves as a basis for (\iture specialization. Equally important for the student at Cottejr is the living environment which compliments the academic progrim. Glancing through the Cottey caUlog is exciting and may be the answer to where to eater life's educational field. Jean Moore, Cottey College chairman, and Martha Rauler of Ckapter R can give more Information on this ex^|. lent women's college. :!^^!!!!^^*!^***^^ 4? Laubach Announces Advancements i JACKIE WOOIDRIDGE ROSA HERWICK Duane G. Laubasch GRI and President of "Henderson Realty, Inc., is pleased to announce that Jackie Wooldridgc and Rosa Herwick recently acquired their Graduate Realtor Designations. The purpose of the GRl Designation is to educate and train persons to function effectively in the residential real estate brokerage business in which the primary activity is brokering on single family homes and in which there are occasional opportunities in auxiliarv activities such as leasing and managing and the sale of simple investment, commercial and industrial units. It consists of 90 hours of instruction, usually divided into three 30-hour courses. The three courses have been organized in a sequence designed to establish performance capabilities so that individuals completing each course can perform functions of the real estate business which they-^could not perform prior to taking the courses. Laubach states one of his primary goals is the stressing of professional expertise within his firm. And with today's market and the many complexities surrounding the Real Estate profession the salesperson who is constantly seeking more education and training will be the one who can effectively engage in the exchange of professional information. He will also be the one who a client can come back to in the future and he will still be in business. Inquiring Camera Girl f lo Raymond" TODAYS QlESTlOy: If you could spend a day and evening ''on the town^' with dining^ dancings and sight seeing escorted by a famous personality, who would it he, and why? 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Ht Momi liko alet of fun and I am turo ho would koop up tho poct'of iho day with laughftr. I odmlro him, OIM boauM ho it actually an oxcollont actor. by Andy JoHorton PAUl 'bRISCOll SAMSON CONSTRUCTION COMPANY EMPLOYEE • KATE JACKSONI Sho i my foverito ono of "Chorloy'l AngoU," and I think tooing tho town with hor would odd up to 0 tupor limo. Sho i protty and full of >por
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*••• 3tW WW^—JMWSSSM Thwridy, Nvmbtr 23, 1978 Hcndcnen Hn Ntw, Htidnon, Hm(fdr KwiMtoy, Noymbr 13, 1971 Hndr,cn Hm. Ntw., Hndrv>n. Ntvado BML AT BURKHOLDBi JR. HIGH aoc Basic seniors Mike Rodley and Bill Kephart (bottom) an simply thrilled that their team won the Powder Puff game. TERESA HOLUDAY carries the boll in the Powder Puff gome at Basic High School lost week. Teresa lead the seniors over the juniors in the annual game. She scored the winning touchdown with 32 seconds left in the game to give the seniors a 16-8 win. 30C aoc -v How Our Class — Made Delicious G r a P e J e 1 1 MINE'S THE BEST •• Angela McGowan, right, is holding her jar of grape jelly up for inspection by her classmates and she thinks hert is best. But Bryan Allison, Christopher Michael and Jody Ingram, think that theirs is the best. CLASSROOM SMEUiD UKE A JEUY FACTORY Mrs. lewis Peepies, standing, it rfiown with her first grade class that had o project of ntoking grape jelly. They wtff all pmtA of their accomplishments at the Chester T. Sewell elententary OtAPf ifUY BOOKS AND STORIES The Artt gradea in Mn. Lewis PeeplM' class et C.T. Sewell SCHMI. wrete stories and ntode books obeut their doM project of moking jelly. Frwn Mt ere Joey Sondevol. Jvlie Jer^n, Androo Perry, Jon Bilboy, Bonnie Jeon KeMor, JiMtin Unmm. end OMHtt Kittell. Tlasiv^^ ^it.9 by MoHY Zenoff Mitices en the inside, ore saying tiiot the governor jpess will lost end lost aniQIM-mony osked us attMve would hove dene ^iHiad information thot )ff^ha
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*••• 3tW WW^—JMWSSSM Thwridy, Nvmbtr 23, 1978 Hcndcnen Hn Ntw, Htidnon, Hm(fdr KwiMtoy, Noymbr 13, 1971 Hndr,cn Hm. Ntw., Hndrv>n. Ntvado BML AT BURKHOLDBi JR. HIGH aoc Basic seniors Mike Rodley and Bill Kephart (bottom) an simply thrilled that their team won the Powder Puff game. TERESA HOLUDAY carries the boll in the Powder Puff gome at Basic High School lost week. Teresa lead the seniors over the juniors in the annual game. She scored the winning touchdown with 32 seconds left in the game to give the seniors a 16-8 win. 30C aoc -v How Our Class — Made Delicious G r a P e J e 1 1 MINE'S THE BEST •• Angela McGowan, right, is holding her jar of grape jelly up for inspection by her classmates and she thinks hert is best. But Bryan Allison, Christopher Michael and Jody Ingram, think that theirs is the best. CLASSROOM SMEUiD UKE A JEUY FACTORY Mrs. lewis Peepies, standing, it rfiown with her first grade class that had o project of ntoking grape jelly. They wtff all pmtA of their accomplishments at the Chester T. Sewell elententary OtAPf ifUY BOOKS AND STORIES The Artt gradea in Mn. Lewis PeeplM' class et C.T. Sewell SCHMI. wrete stories and ntode books obeut their doM project of moking jelly. Frwn Mt ere Joey Sondevol. Jvlie Jer^n, Androo Perry, Jon Bilboy, Bonnie Jeon KeMor, JiMtin Unmm. end OMHtt Kittell. Tlasiv^^ ^it.9 by MoHY Zenoff Mitices en the inside, ore saying tiiot the governor jpess will lost end lost aniQIM-mony osked us attMve would hove dene ^iHiad information thot )ff^ha
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Htnd^rton Hom Nwft, Hndnoh, Nva4o ^:,.---t^-y*iM^iJ;i0Cb i0Kft^ .Xi-^^ji^^ VETERANS HONORED • Placing new flowers and having a moment of silence honoring the Veterans at the monument Veterans Day Nov. 11th were Norma PerkirH, Evelyn Mozrimas, Doris Pritchard, and Olive Melton. Annual Bazaar Sat Dec. 2 C""* Stouts The Women's Associatiotf of the Community Church of Henderson will be holding their Annual Christmas Bazaar on Saturday. December 2 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The church is located at Texas and Army Streets and the bazaar will be in Gilbert Hall. Along with the many homemade gifts which can be purchased there will be a lunch counter featuring homemade soup and pie. coffee and punch, all for a nominal fee. Homemade Christmas decorations, pin cushions, pillows, pillow cases, placemats, flower arrangements, clothespin dolls and a number of other unusual items will be sold. There will also be one booth which will feature all types of homemade baked goodies. Plan to do your Chri-> stmas shopping early and drop by the bazaar. There is sure to be something that will catch your eye. Library To Close Two Days The Henderson Public Library will be closed Thanksgiving day and the following Friday. Nov. 24, according to Director Tom Hollis. They will open on Saturday, however, during regular library hours • 10 a.m. to Sp.m. BLACKMOUNTAIN PLUMBING >*"" • SCVf N h OMAHU LINK CLEANED • f AUCf TS • GAMAQE CMSKMALS • NEW fIXTURES INSTALLED ••V£aSS TBEiTBE Boulder City PHONt 293-3145 JVOV. 25-21 1 U0 ^ V!(U[ rtl (^ i Amtricinloj'ory ai^. Tlionic IWercJiants We, the Scout Pack no. 366 would like to thank the following merchants in Henderson for their donations for our Expo booth. Lyons Hardware, McDonalds Restaurant, What a Burger. Bill Merrell's TV Bonnie's Bait & Tackle Olive's Ceramics, Safeway no. 328, Arctic Circle, A& W Drive In, U.S.S. Fish & Chips, Sonic Restaurant, Kristi Elam, Grand Old Charlie. We would also like to thank Brad, Manager from Albertsons for letting us sjell our bake goods and items our lit tie Scoyts niiade. .And last but not least, our special thanks to Sarah Salazar for donating the two Turkey cakes which were raffled And also for all her time donated May the Lord bless you all. LEinR TO THE EDITOR Dear Editor: Thank you is such a small word but so meaningful. Through your hard efforts, yoqr many articles in the local newspaper on our hospital and its services, you have made the open house at St. Rose de Lima possible. Your support in telling the story of the services and good health care rendered at St. Rose de Lima for the people of our community is one of the many reasons why your paper is so important to our community. Million thanksl Cordially, (s) Selma F. Bartlett thing and advancing America's deterrent credibility through superior achievements in precision aerial navigation and bombing." The sergeant is a 1966 graduate of Basic High School, and received an AS. degree in 1978 from Clinton Community College, Plattsburgh, NY. His wife, Patsy, is the daughter of Mr. and(M.rs. Wesley A. Small o) 228 Gold St., Henderson. Weese Family Has Surprise Guests A pleasant surprise for the Weese family Monday was the visit of Mr. and Mrs. Garland "Pete/' Kariker and wife Rosemary from New Orleans La. They hadn't seen each other in over eight years. The Karikers were residents at the Weese address thirtyrfhree years ago. They couldn't believe how Henderson had changed and grown, even' admitting getting lost. Also, 'another brother George and wife Frances from El Monte, Calif. They hadn't seen each other in over two years. While visiting a letter came in the mail from another brother James, all younger than Kathy. All this in one day. so much to talk about, was unbelievable, but it certainly made up for lost time and made Mrs. Weese very happy. PRISBYTERIAN CHURCH NEWS Family Prayer Breakfast is held each Wednesday morning at 6 a.m. at the Eldorado. Sunday School and Adult Bible Study are at 9 30 a.m. Each Sunday morning with worship at 11:00 am, There isa nursery provided plus a crib nursery. Coffee fellowship follows the worship service. This Sunday the 26th Bev Oehler. President of Synodical and R" Kirkman will bring the message. A new members and Inquirer's class meet from 4-5 p.m. on Sunday afternoon. The Advent workshop and supper will be on Saturday December 2 at 3 p.m. The church is located at 525 Westminster Way just behind Morrell City Park. Office hours are 8-12 noon and 1-4 p m. Monday thru Friday. Our Savior's Lutheran Church Everyone is cordially invited to attend worship services at Our Savior's which begin at 10:45 a.m. The Rev. Ronald Mayer is pastor of the church which is located at 59 Lynn Lane, next to the Recreation Center. The Adult Bible class and the Sunday school classes begin at 9:30 a.m. The Tuesday morning Women's Bible Study group will meet at the home of Grace Zimbrick, Manganese at 9:00 a.m. The Youth Confirmation class meets at the church at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday. Pastor 'Ron's Bible study class meets in the Parish hall on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. The choir practices at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday. Thanksgiving services are beir^g held at Christ Lutheran Church, 5th and B St. Boulder City at 10:00 a.m. "Christ In the Passover" is the theme ef the service, which has -been shared in many thousands of churches by men and women who have observed the Festival in the homes of parents and grandparents. On December 3rd a congregational meeting with a Pot-luck dinner immediately following services has been planned. Keeps the date open-plan to join us for the business, food and fellowship. Anytime you fed the need for prayers, please call our Prayer Chain at 565-8106. Pastor's Corner: "Giving is a thermometer of your lovcl" LETTERTO Carducci Shampooing Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning FREE ESTIMATE HOME mmtm. — DEAR EDITOR. To all (hat responded to our call for help at the polls election day, our sincere thanks Whether we were able to place you or not, we appreciated your volunteering and hope that we can use more of you in future elections. Sincerely, Linda and Betty 10 Thursday, Novcmbtr 23, 1971 LEGAL NOTICE M ffc> • IjW'l JMWOW PHifW h mrf fw MM CHtty •( Clwk N*. onre UYMONOWMTHMiCAH. NAMTn MITM McCAH SUMMONS TM (TAH Of MVAM SINOS OmDNOS TO IM AWM-NAMID DMNOAHT: Ti ft IwwW i w ii n ww^ mnt n^iimt D. OUNO, AMnwy tUw,plil., V*M* WIMMI • lM mni SuHfi lim\ H A i mf\ t t fVU lniMll*ii •( KVIO, ISSS I. naming M., IM Vafn, H n t U htm • mm. H % ^.m N Nm. II, 11, II, JO, It7l This year, in lieu of an extension course, consider extendinji your home. It represents an investment not only in your future, but one which wiU benefit the entire family and go on reaping dividends year after year. As home prices soar, more Americans are finding it more economical to build additions than to move to larger quarters. Add a mud= LEGAL NOTia NOtKI I CMVI MbOsHvi ^ iMnbv MaM llMt I wn iu| MMMMIMC for 9nv dsbti (fwwmrf W 'DO. AT IM* pHwI*OMtor 17, )t7l. I, 0>nlii Otai, tmH • MM toM •< my P In ^W9 ^^9ffVV< Nl f 17CWwS>,. 01 s H4tov. U, 11, M, DM. 7,1*71 room. Extend your kitchen. Build a family room. Who couldn't use more space? Whether you choose to build the extension yourself or contract it out. an important part of the budget to consider before arranging your home improvement loan should be the furnishings. Planning for this will pay off handsomely and avoid later frustrations. Which furnishings? Start with plans for walls and windows. If windows are large—and why not with the advent of thermopane— LouverDrapes are a good choice. By controlling light, these vertical blinds actually cut heating and cooling costs and add architectural interest. Like floor covering, this kind of window tbvering actiialJy adds to the value of your home. In buying furniture, a key consideration should be style as well as durability. Casual doesn't have to look clunky or makeshift. Modem is an excellent choice, especially if LEGAL NOTKE the modern you choose is classic like Hickory's new "Thesis" designs. The light finish makes maintenance easy—an important factor in any choice. Put accessones on your list. Without them, a room can look bare no matter how well it's furnished. An excellent focal point for the family room or, for that matter, any room you build, is a Ridgeway traditional clock. 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Jim was busy installing the sprinkler system in the front yard and the attractive couple spoke of plans for their future garden, patio, and land scaping. h* !•* Iw aMMM^NH IMM afalMl 4a ar V r allMr imwMv Aaptrf l#i tr / NOnCi 01 PUIUC NUWM I toatiiiiiHliiiiUJiatotllll anHV awa—iaK—l.l • • <<; rapii|ipll ippitol toiialN i ito>i>> *ikmi. AU panam MaraMa^ an tonby aMtorf • < plal (riMataf a IppiMl wH* rf *a I muimmm kvMNli 90kimmt4 1* ht MNIHI4 W MA piM* m p n wl W rpwty, rtw NOTia IS NMT OMN THAT Ito llannlnp CanM^Man < Ito CIV a> NandwMn rN liaM a pvWIi to4Haf iiiKMmtor A, I *7|. a> l!00.w.,laH>aHaiiiii n p C ininiliiliiiOiacatoii.CMiCa.iHiAwna.10ltoaiaal,NnAwan.Maa4a.iatanit4aiitoipll n li" •i U.S. HMiiat, lOU I Trap U Vafat. Naa^ lIO, lar a MM itiaiio* *'* •-• ( • *' •••• OWfW), M (MuMrtal OhnMI, M (ApaHwaM latWama Otoifct) an< I-1 (Ona Nwily l ii K ar m OlHiti t ) ia *t>*ttt H nwilMpi. —inp W I-1 (Simla Hmi UAttim OWfto), 1-1 (TM Uniy, tm^tttm OMfM), 1-1 (UmMarf MaMpb U tkUmt DtotM) mi C-l (UmiMrf ar Nilptitoitoa^ Camma>dal DtM|. T> pnparty la to ••Mnatf MliH • 100 acm traratty laHtari In itia aaii IMH W iaa<aWiliilSi to* haaHiit. aar anrf aM pnparty < tlaeaMlto|iaMp,bpi t~i ; Z 5176 <' • #• efvet e C "\i>. tti f4C*a OaAl ^~ Ml-li ANT AIM laaatWa*. NMtotilpp ^^^ %Wy HWWWW^ (AOTOTteMva VWWf Ml 1^ iiptNwikii w* OMaai^ Oi My. f*rtoel Ml H • Nn. Mk H. Ml le i^MW MtoMat tannMiriM LEGAL NOTia Nonci or fuiuc HIAIING NOTKf IS Hf HIT OtVIN rtMl an Navpfflbar 30, 1*71, a rtia hww ai lOiOO A.M., in riia Awditanum a( Iha Clarh Cavnty Haallh Ditt'icI, 6IS Sho^aw lana, lot Vagoi, Navodo, o fublk Haaring will ba bald faf rtw punwM at cantidaring odaptian pf Amandiaanti la tha Air rpllulian Canlral lagulatiant at tha Clark CauntY Diitrkt laard a( HaalTti. Tha piapa t ad omandmanlt includa minar chanfat, carractiani and odd!Nant, at wall at Slandardi at Hrfarmanca tar Naw Sloiianary Saurcat and lagulatiani far Iba Pravantian fH Significant Datariaratian. Thaia ravitiant era briafly daicribad at fallawt: Addilian af naw dafinitiani, chongat and dalatiant af aiitling daflniliant, carractian af typagropbical arrart, ctiangat ta rafaraiKad NRS lacliant, dalatian af unnai plying ta ^Iraleum producli ivttior than dhNlloto (Section SO •Mri (Section SI). Chongot opfticalien of leading ef tank Irwckt ond Iroilert te iKllMiei 3,000,000 goHont onnwally, and roguirot tub merged nil Iwbot. Dolota t tonk liM roHorn For The HoUayl Henderson and Boulder City families will sit down today at dining tables graced with bountiful portions of foverite Thanksgiving fare and offer thanks for the many blessings bestowed here. In many homes, sons and daughters are heme from college for the very special family holiday. Friends, relatives, neighbors all will gather with loved ones and with each other to celebrate this uniquely American Holiday. For a few, it will be business as usual. Members of the police deportmentj fire department, will pull regular shifts and work their Thanksgiving festivities around their schedules. A few public service employees will be on stand-by call today hoping that all the utilities behave themselves and no breakdowns occur. The weatherman has hinted at clouds and possible rain. This is one day that nobody would really be angry if his prediction proved incorrect. Tomorroiw will herald the beginning of the Christmas Shopping Season. With the kids out of school, great crowds are expected X. to flock to the business communities and many stores are offering tempting Christmas specials in honor of the day. • /f'/f/f/f/f^ / \, I (SocNwi S2)i Addition of roi|uiromenli for hondUng and dlipoiing of lalvontt in dagreoting, tufaca caotIng and uw af cutback otphollt (SocMonOO): 0%94 mm9n4mmnH nicy •im4n ^v^^^^e ^w T^w ^v^^pwvee ^M ^^W HV ^^O* County Noolth Dittrict, and may eMB"Mf W^nMi Wi9^9f%, wf OC'O'WfUWW w wrtfinj l#flic Ditfnct Bcwo •* NMHW Ilia • WWW^ H W M lt. OATfO •*• IffK 4n af Ocfoter. I f7| N lert SI. 11, IMtoa. u.trR If vou don't smoke, f-armers can insure your home or apartment for less... For years. Farmers has been helping non smoker save money on life and auto insur,mce vnth special policies thai give better risks A butler deal'Nou' non smokers can save on complete Homeou-ners packages or on fire cover ages alone available vi+wthcr you own a house or con dominium or rent If no one m your home has smoked in two years, you may qualify Find out from a fast fair and fncndly Farmers agent J)ur poHcy la Mvtitg you monob. Fgrmtr't Inturanct Jitn Anderaen, Agent 30 Water St. HenderMn 565-6511

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Htnd^rton Hom Nwft, Hndnoh, Nva4o ^:,.---t^-y*iM^iJ;i0Cb i0Kft^ .Xi-^^ji^^ VETERANS HONORED • Placing new flowers and having a moment of silence honoring the Veterans at the monument Veterans Day Nov. 11th were Norma PerkirH, Evelyn Mozrimas, Doris Pritchard, and Olive Melton. Annual Bazaar Sat Dec. 2 C""* Stouts The Women's Associatiotf of the Community Church of Henderson will be holding their Annual Christmas Bazaar on Saturday. December 2 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The church is located at Texas and Army Streets and the bazaar will be in Gilbert Hall. Along with the many homemade gifts which can be purchased there will be a lunch counter featuring homemade soup and pie. coffee and punch, all for a nominal fee. Homemade Christmas decorations, pin cushions, pillows, pillow cases, placemats, flower arrangements, clothespin dolls and a number of other unusual items will be sold. There will also be one booth which will feature all types of homemade baked goodies. Plan to do your Chri-> stmas shopping early and drop by the bazaar. There is sure to be something that will catch your eye. Library To Close Two Days The Henderson Public Library will be closed Thanksgiving day and the following Friday. Nov. 24, according to Director Tom Hollis. They will open on Saturday, however, during regular library hours • 10 a.m. to Sp.m. BLACKMOUNTAIN PLUMBING >*"" • SCVf N h OMAHU LINK CLEANED • f AUCf TS • GAMAQE CMSKMALS • NEW fIXTURES INSTALLED ••V£aSS TBEiTBE Boulder City PHONt 293-3145 JVOV. 25-21 1 U0 ^ V!(U[ rtl (^ i Amtricinloj'ory ai^. Tlionic IWercJiants We, the Scout Pack no. 366 would like to thank the following merchants in Henderson for their donations for our Expo booth. Lyons Hardware, McDonalds Restaurant, What a Burger. Bill Merrell's TV Bonnie's Bait & Tackle Olive's Ceramics, Safeway no. 328, Arctic Circle, A& W Drive In, U.S.S. Fish & Chips, Sonic Restaurant, Kristi Elam, Grand Old Charlie. We would also like to thank Brad, Manager from Albertsons for letting us sjell our bake goods and items our lit tie Scoyts niiade. .And last but not least, our special thanks to Sarah Salazar for donating the two Turkey cakes which were raffled And also for all her time donated May the Lord bless you all. LEinR TO THE EDITOR Dear Editor: Thank you is such a small word but so meaningful. Through your hard efforts, yoqr many articles in the local newspaper on our hospital and its services, you have made the open house at St. Rose de Lima possible. Your support in telling the story of the services and good health care rendered at St. Rose de Lima for the people of our community is one of the many reasons why your paper is so important to our community. Million thanksl Cordially, (s) Selma F. Bartlett thing and advancing America's deterrent credibility through superior achievements in precision aerial navigation and bombing." The sergeant is a 1966 graduate of Basic High School, and received an AS. degree in 1978 from Clinton Community College, Plattsburgh, NY. His wife, Patsy, is the daughter of Mr. and(M.rs. Wesley A. Small o) 228 Gold St., Henderson. Weese Family Has Surprise Guests A pleasant surprise for the Weese family Monday was the visit of Mr. and Mrs. Garland "Pete/' Kariker and wife Rosemary from New Orleans La. They hadn't seen each other in over eight years. The Karikers were residents at the Weese address thirtyrfhree years ago. They couldn't believe how Henderson had changed and grown, even' admitting getting lost. Also, 'another brother George and wife Frances from El Monte, Calif. They hadn't seen each other in over two years. While visiting a letter came in the mail from another brother James, all younger than Kathy. All this in one day. so much to talk about, was unbelievable, but it certainly made up for lost time and made Mrs. Weese very happy. PRISBYTERIAN CHURCH NEWS Family Prayer Breakfast is held each Wednesday morning at 6 a.m. at the Eldorado. Sunday School and Adult Bible Study are at 9 30 a.m. Each Sunday morning with worship at 11:00 am, There isa nursery provided plus a crib nursery. Coffee fellowship follows the worship service. This Sunday the 26th Bev Oehler. President of Synodical and R" Kirkman will bring the message. A new members and Inquirer's class meet from 4-5 p.m. on Sunday afternoon. The Advent workshop and supper will be on Saturday December 2 at 3 p.m. The church is located at 525 Westminster Way just behind Morrell City Park. Office hours are 8-12 noon and 1-4 p m. Monday thru Friday. Our Savior's Lutheran Church Everyone is cordially invited to attend worship services at Our Savior's which begin at 10:45 a.m. The Rev. Ronald Mayer is pastor of the church which is located at 59 Lynn Lane, next to the Recreation Center. The Adult Bible class and the Sunday school classes begin at 9:30 a.m. The Tuesday morning Women's Bible Study group will meet at the home of Grace Zimbrick, Manganese at 9:00 a.m. The Youth Confirmation class meets at the church at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday. Pastor 'Ron's Bible study class meets in the Parish hall on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. The choir practices at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday. Thanksgiving services are beir^g held at Christ Lutheran Church, 5th and B St. Boulder City at 10:00 a.m. "Christ In the Passover" is the theme ef the service, which has -been shared in many thousands of churches by men and women who have observed the Festival in the homes of parents and grandparents. On December 3rd a congregational meeting with a Pot-luck dinner immediately following services has been planned. Keeps the date open-plan to join us for the business, food and fellowship. Anytime you fed the need for prayers, please call our Prayer Chain at 565-8106. Pastor's Corner: "Giving is a thermometer of your lovcl" LETTERTO Carducci Shampooing Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning FREE ESTIMATE HOME mmtm. — DEAR EDITOR. To all (hat responded to our call for help at the polls election day, our sincere thanks Whether we were able to place you or not, we appreciated your volunteering and hope that we can use more of you in future elections. Sincerely, Linda and Betty 10 Thursday, Novcmbtr 23, 1971 LEGAL NOTICE M ffc> • IjW'l JMWOW PHifW h mrf fw MM CHtty •( Clwk N*. onre UYMONOWMTHMiCAH. NAMTn MITM McCAH SUMMONS TM (TAH Of MVAM SINOS OmDNOS TO IM AWM-NAMID DMNOAHT: Ti ft IwwW i w ii n ww^ mnt n^iimt D. OUNO, AMnwy tUw,plil., V*M* WIMMI • lM mni SuHfi lim\ H A i mf\ t t fVU lniMll*ii •( KVIO, ISSS I. naming M., IM Vafn, H n t U htm • mm. H % ^.m N Nm. II, 11, II, JO, It7l This year, in lieu of an extension course, consider extendinji your home. It represents an investment not only in your future, but one which wiU benefit the entire family and go on reaping dividends year after year. As home prices soar, more Americans are finding it more economical to build additions than to move to larger quarters. Add a mud= LEGAL NOTia NOtKI I CMVI MbOsHvi ^ iMnbv MaM llMt I wn iu| MMMMIMC for 9nv dsbti (fwwmrf W 'DO. AT IM* pHwI*OMtor 17, )t7l. I, 0>nlii Otai, tmH • MM toM •< my P In ^W9 ^^9ffVV< Nl f 17CWwS>,. 01 s H4tov. U, 11, M, DM. 7,1*71 room. Extend your kitchen. Build a family room. Who couldn't use more space? Whether you choose to build the extension yourself or contract it out. an important part of the budget to consider before arranging your home improvement loan should be the furnishings. Planning for this will pay off handsomely and avoid later frustrations. Which furnishings? Start with plans for walls and windows. If windows are large—and why not with the advent of thermopane— LouverDrapes are a good choice. By controlling light, these vertical blinds actually cut heating and cooling costs and add architectural interest. Like floor covering, this kind of window tbvering actiialJy adds to the value of your home. In buying furniture, a key consideration should be style as well as durability. Casual doesn't have to look clunky or makeshift. Modem is an excellent choice, especially if LEGAL NOTKE the modern you choose is classic like Hickory's new "Thesis" designs. The light finish makes maintenance easy—an important factor in any choice. Put accessones on your list. Without them, a room can look bare no matter how well it's furnished. An excellent focal point for the family room or, for that matter, any room you build, is a Ridgeway traditional clock. In wall as well as tall case versions, Ridgeway clocks are instant heirlooms as well as attractive accent pieces. woucNona nffn CSMMM: I MM VM* pCf yMf > Mv> wiv SwH Sit, \m mm Iwlmii CM*W, 4110 t9t09, I* < pfpM4 NNfH mv ffW Midi •^•cH•* wMi IIM AAninlilivlsf if tW fllwtfMfiUmmlnlm V^^^^L I^BM^^b &^rfl ^hl^Ct^MM fWAltf ^A Nona Of nuc MAMMo NOTKI IS MIHT OIVIM lKt Ito PloMiiit CwnmlMtM rf rtw CHy •( HM4HM will WJ • pvWk kMTinf (fl DMmtor *, I t7t, • IM p.m., ill ittifimtn^UmmtmiHOmm^n.ChikCm*tknMt,iO\[jtmiitmt>,M*i>ittm,H*tQ i t,t*tantii*r>htmt0kQtintim MmOi ^^ M, TMH HWHM, IM Vtflt, N*4a, Iw o rarlona •• Hw mtnimwn !•• I w it u i M IMI I ifMl ] ond Ui 47 ond 4 al IMi 1, MWway CMy SMMMI**!!. nwM iMt M t U mt n i n l4S U-4n and 1*44 Mwn, Hwi^Mwn, Nevada Hn4mtn Muntd^l Cd* m l m g IS'fnnl ywrf MifcMli in an |.|, Sfnth tamHY lii. ^ ^la m^ti^ all aa • -*-* > -' •M.lil(4)l nATI or MVAM 0VISMM Of COIOIADO llVIt IIlOMHA lewyAii, Owt •! Cwt IMM M*. lliV CMi (HAD OAtl: OMWr M, l7 H4 It. NM !,,(,, in (T: DUANI I. TIAKM SUDWIHS, ADMINIS\t, 11, 1071 "Home ef Jim ond Toni Purtill" Mona 01 NMww ON A PwonB WAW noJKt AMD ASJissMiMn wmw* Wi noraao NwamoN. NIVAM WAW m n mmmn tama NO ris WOTiqiSIWWY0IWMlllip n i'—wi*WiiHpii m " "" '"''**"*** totwr Ito toii<.H .1 *. p...< OI*rtil,-fchti l**. *. i-. 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Jim was busy installing the sprinkler system in the front yard and the attractive couple spoke of plans for their future garden, patio, and land scaping. h* !•* Iw aMMM^NH IMM afalMl 4a ar V r allMr imwMv Aaptrf l#i tr / NOnCi 01 PUIUC NUWM I toatiiiiiHliiiiUJiatotllll anHV awa—iaK—l.l • • <<; rapii|ipll ippitol toiialN i ito>i>> *ikmi. AU panam MaraMa^ an tonby aMtorf • < plal (riMataf a IppiMl wH* rf *a I muimmm kvMNli 90kimmt4 1* ht MNIHI4 W MA piM* m p n wl W rpwty, rtw NOTia IS NMT OMN THAT Ito llannlnp CanM^Man < Ito CIV a> NandwMn rN liaM a pvWIi to4Haf iiiKMmtor A, I *7|. a> l!00.w.,laH>aHaiiiii n p C ininiliiliiiOiacatoii.CMiCa.iHiAwna.10ltoaiaal,NnAwan.Maa4a.iatanit4aiitoipll n li" •i U.S. HMiiat, lOU I Trap U Vafat. Naa^ lIO, lar a MM itiaiio* *'* •-• ( • *' •••• OWfW), M (MuMrtal OhnMI, M (ApaHwaM latWama Otoifct) an< I-1 (Ona Nwily l ii K ar m OlHiti t ) ia *t>*ttt H nwilMpi. —inp W I-1 (Simla Hmi UAttim OWfto), 1-1 (TM Uniy, tm^tttm OMfM), 1-1 (UmMarf MaMpb U tkUmt DtotM) mi C-l (UmiMrf ar Nilptitoitoa^ Camma>dal DtM|. T> pnparty la to ••Mnatf MliH • 100 acm traratty laHtari In itia aaii IMH W iaa<aWiliilSi to* haaHiit. aar anrf aM pnparty < tlaeaMlto|iaMp,bpi t~i ; Z 5176 <' • #• efvet e C "\i>. tti f4C*a OaAl ^~ Ml-li ANT AIM laaatWa*. NMtotilpp ^^^ %Wy HWWWW^ (AOTOTteMva VWWf Ml 1^ iiptNwikii w* OMaai^ Oi My. f*rtoel Ml H • Nn. Mk H. Ml le i^MW MtoMat tannMiriM LEGAL NOTia Nonci or fuiuc HIAIING NOTKf IS Hf HIT OtVIN rtMl an Navpfflbar 30, 1*71, a rtia hww ai lOiOO A.M., in riia Awditanum a( Iha Clarh Cavnty Haallh Ditt'icI, 6IS Sho^aw lana, lot Vagoi, Navodo, o fublk Haaring will ba bald faf rtw punwM at cantidaring odaptian pf Amandiaanti la tha Air rpllulian Canlral lagulatiant at tha Clark CauntY Diitrkt laard a( HaalTti. Tha piapa t ad omandmanlt includa minar chanfat, carractiani and odd!Nant, at wall at Slandardi at Hrfarmanca tar Naw Sloiianary Saurcat and lagulatiani far Iba Pravantian fH Significant Datariaratian. Thaia ravitiant era briafly daicribad at fallawt: Addilian af naw dafinitiani, chongat and dalatiant af aiitling daflniliant, carractian af typagropbical arrart, ctiangat ta rafaraiKad NRS lacliant, dalatian af unnai plying ta ^Iraleum producli ivttior than dhNlloto (Section SO •Mri (Section SI). Chongot opfticalien of leading ef tank Irwckt ond Iroilert te iKllMiei 3,000,000 goHont onnwally, and roguirot tub merged nil Iwbot. Dolota t tonk liM roHorn For The HoUayl Henderson and Boulder City families will sit down today at dining tables graced with bountiful portions of foverite Thanksgiving fare and offer thanks for the many blessings bestowed here. In many homes, sons and daughters are heme from college for the very special family holiday. Friends, relatives, neighbors all will gather with loved ones and with each other to celebrate this uniquely American Holiday. For a few, it will be business as usual. Members of the police deportmentj fire department, will pull regular shifts and work their Thanksgiving festivities around their schedules. A few public service employees will be on stand-by call today hoping that all the utilities behave themselves and no breakdowns occur. The weatherman has hinted at clouds and possible rain. This is one day that nobody would really be angry if his prediction proved incorrect. Tomorroiw will herald the beginning of the Christmas Shopping Season. With the kids out of school, great crowds are expected X. to flock to the business communities and many stores are offering tempting Christmas specials in honor of the day. • /f'/f/f/f/f^ / \, I (SocNwi S2)i Addition of roi|uiromenli for hondUng and dlipoiing of lalvontt in dagreoting, tufaca caotIng and uw af cutback otphollt (SocMonOO): 0%94 mm9n4mmnH nicy •im4n ^v^^^^e ^w T^w ^v^^pwvee ^M ^^W HV ^^O* County Noolth Dittrict, and may eMB"Mf W^nMi Wi9^9f%, wf OC'O'WfUWW w wrtfinj l#flic Ditfnct Bcwo •* NMHW Ilia • WWW^ H W M lt. OATfO •*• IffK 4n af Ocfoter. I f7| N lert SI. 11, IMtoa. u.trR If vou don't smoke, f-armers can insure your home or apartment for less... For years. Farmers has been helping non smoker save money on life and auto insur,mce vnth special policies thai give better risks A butler deal'Nou' non smokers can save on complete Homeou-ners packages or on fire cover ages alone available vi+wthcr you own a house or con dominium or rent If no one m your home has smoked in two years, you may qualify Find out from a fast fair and fncndly Farmers agent J)ur poHcy la Mvtitg you monob. Fgrmtr't Inturanct Jitn Anderaen, Agent 30 Water St. HenderMn 565-6511

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Mendewon Horn* Nw, Mwtdnn, Nvoda indoy, Novwnbtr 23, 1971 R.S,V.P. by EdfM DMrdcff It's Thanksgiving time again! Don't know where this year has gone. It always makes me stop and think about all of the things I have to be thankful for. My good health, a nice roof over my head, the love of my family, the respect of my triends, living in a country where I have freedom of speech, thoughts and religion and the love of God. Not to mention looking forward to the' Turkey Dinner. Thirty three seniors came out today to enjoy our social day this Tuesday afternoon. The 10 games of Bingo were played and prizes were won by Emma Jessop, Ann Fletcher, Gene Kline. Lucille Jack, Cliff Tracy, Selya Heffelfinger, Sarfie Mowry, .Anna Worswids and Claire Soule. Sadie Mowry was the Bingo caller, assisted by Emma Jessop Thanks gals! There will be a Rummage Sale and Bake Sale in Room 29. Civic Center Dec. 8th & 9th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The proceeds to be used for New Year's Eve Party for Seniors. Edith Tanner & Anna Walsh were the hostesses today & served a yummy lunch. Three tables of Canasta finished out the afternoon &, Sadie & Emma were trying to solve a jig saw puzzle. Join us next Tuesday for inother enjoyable afternoon. Happy Thanksgiving to you all! A great big THANK YOU to Ladies of the Eagles for that fantastic dinner last Saturday for the Senior Citizens. It was a beautiful meal &. the tables looked lovely. This is a lovely thing that you gals do. 12 Taylor Studontf Sm% Puppot Show Mrs. Mays' third grade class at' Robert Taylor School was treated to an interesting experience Monday afternoon, November 6, when Mrs. Terre Quenell, Indian Education Aide, displayed a number of Indian artifacts to the students. She also presented to the class a puppet show, Why the Coyote Howled At The Stars. Among the articles exhibited were a baby cradle, moccasins, a painting of a cow's skull, beaded watch bands, a coin purse, braided bands and a crown. Pictured are Mario Martinez, Sabrina Martinez, and Tony Fixel. In the second picture are Ernie Martinez, Mrs. Quenell and Delofi Twiss, with the puppets used in the show. Letter TO THE Editor: FALL SCENE This study of Fail by Basic High School student Rhea Gifford is one of the entries received in the Fall Photo Capture contest sponsored by the Henderson Parks and Recreation Department. c To the Editor RE: Thanks to Eldorado Club The Southern Nevada Committee on Employment of the Handicapped wishes to publicly express its thanks to the Eldorado Club for spon soring the Committee's informational booth at the recent Henderson Exposition. For those individuals who mis.^ed the display and need information on any number of handicapped issues ranging from accessibility modifications to available services, we suggest you contact either local representative. They are Joan Taylor, 458-1262. and Josephine Wilson, 565-8022. If they are both unavailable, call the Governor's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped at 385-0111 We feel the Eldorado Club is to be commended for recognizing the need to increase public awareness and helping us do just that through their sponsorship. Sincerely, (s) JoanG. Taylor JOAN G TAYLOR Vice-Chairman Southern Nevada Committee on Employment of the Handicapped Inquiring Comera Girl By Flo Raymonds TODATS QlESTWy: \me a favorite TV fiame show and explain why you enjoy it! DIANE lATTO (SonAnthMiy) HOMCMAKIt AND WAITRESS AT CAH MICHELE'S • "THE UArS ClUBI" THcrt or* mony infermottvt twbj^ct* cavrd en IKN tKw sudi at anti^uM. I find thit •njeyebl* in on •dwcatienal wy at wall a* tvn at th tam timal— MARGARET EOWAROVGfarMkkild • CoH Johntan) • HOMEMAKER • THE WICE IS RIGHT!" Thii tHow it just fin fof o typical gama tliaw and I anjay matt tha iKiiot, qwattiant, guott • werV and ganaral farnfot of th thaw I lik* th hott and thit hoppant t* b tK only gom* thaw I wotthl MARY ANN X>NN$ON (Son. Eric) • HOMIMAKER • '7HE HKl IS RIOHTI" • TM thaw hoppant to land in tho hm% •lot botwoon "Coptoin Kangoroo" and "Marcvt Wtlby, M D." which or* "ro^wlart" with my familyl Wt onjoy thorn all fc DON MCMAHON • STATE INDUSTRIES EMnOYEE $30,000 PYRAMID" it a thaw I utod to watch whon I hod tho tint* and •njoyod it thoroughly I find moct gomo ihowt ontj^oininf I • MNoaiNt^ii ItlTMfltIMn ^^' llllt=s<" St DELI jj UVIRIY SMITH -HAIR Dtf SSCR EUE ADAMS CUT AND CUtl "FAMIIY FEUD" and •MATCH GAMil" Richard Dowton, Mott ol "Fowily Nwd" it ntoft chormtftg ond tho thow KM 0 90od fonvMt. f oniy tho humor, ^uwtiom, pofvonalltiot, and fwn timot on th "Match OwMor SiMMARY: A 'FtytlLY FEID'' u often started when one joins "'THE LliR''S CLLB'^ and ends up in a "MATCH GAME' so if "THE PRICE IS RIGHT' HI take you to the $20MO PYRiMlir hut if YOU rant "CROSS WITS' and "XLME THAT TIW you'll end up with the "HOLLYWOOD SQiARES,' and we don't mean ""LiU'RE\CE WELKr NOTI: lwtviowi diKtad of ALIIRTSON'S SUniMARKIT, ftOUlDil MONWAY, MINMRSONI .iiii5i l=iiH=^IJ|j r iiil=w; !lii-:|H:3| ^/c^ ijpiii~iji= THANKSGIVING EUGHTSi -ALSOieINDINGOUR CUSTOMERS TO ORDER HOUDAY DESSERTS EARLY! PUMPKIN/MINCEMEAT ig "W wbli yM ofl 0 Hoppy TtrndagWingl" 14 W. PACnC STRSrHDIi PH. !iii4-2M8 s Action People Crime Resistance Alert Fag* 13 Thursday, Novtmbor 23, 1978 THE HONORABLE JUDGE R.L. (LARRY) TABONY-Justice of the Peace of Henderson Township, meets with the "Action People" camera on November 8th, 1978 the day after his re-election to the office! This was the opportune time to meet with the personable Justice. forJudgeTabony (known to many as "Larry") was in a temporary state of "euphoria" as a "winner" may well feel the day after election. We settled in the Judge's conference office for the interview and in answer to the question "How should 1 address you during; the interview-Your Honor-Or Judge?" He replied "I'm out of the cloak now, just 'Larry' will be fine!" Of medium height for a man. Larry stated, "I feel so good today you know, I feel ten feet tall!" The reply was "And you are ten feet tall!" Judge Tabony will embark on his second four year term, and if one could call a courtroom "friendly," take a look at the Henderson Courtroom where the Judge presides. It looks like a small concert hall only with a carpeted floor and dark bluegreen see-through drapes. Judge Tabony presides in Hendersonjand Las Vegas over Traffic and Small Claims, Civil *uits, and Preliminary Hearings which he might refer certain cases to District Court "I relax and enjoy preforming marriages the most for these are happy occasions." he added. Born in Winooski. Vermont but moving to Plattsburgh. New York with his parents, Hubert and Irene, Larry was to grow up in a family of 22 children (18 of which are still living). "Maybe it was my mother's French cooking of boiled vegtables and meats which could account for our good health, but I still enjoy those dishes to this day," he laughed. Larry attended elementary and high school in Plattsburgh. He owes his success in the Field of Law Enforcement to his early childhood when he mingled with the ciiildren in a "super-tough" neighborhood. Like most boys of that time period. Larry was prone to get into trouble by skipping school, petty stealing, and staying out after curfew. "I deeply admired the arresting officers, courtroom procedure, the judges; and knew that this was to be my citadel!" Larry added that he would tell his parents and friends, "I am going to be the Chief of Police when I grow up and when I get too old to be Chief I'll be the Judge!" Judge Tabony has more than fulfilled his expectations and reached every pinnacle in his life. After high school, World War III broke out and Larry served the U.S. Army from 1941 until 1944. He was stationed in New York City and aided the mentally disturbed military patients at the Mental I nstitution. He was then shipped to Walter Reed HospiUl in Washington DC. and was assigned as Medical Aid to General "Blackjack" Pershing. "He was a wonderful man," Larry stated, "with a quick and subtle wit." After his service years. Larry gained employment as a Psychiatric Aid in the Pilgram State Hospital of Long Island for ten years. "I wanted a complete change and moved West to relocate and start a new life I had in the backof my mind that I still desired Law Enforcement Field. I'm glad I did for now I am complete and happy." He mentioned that he terms himself as a "born again Westerner!" Larry secured work in Henderson as a Patrolman with the Henderson Police Department during 1954 and 1995 It was on to Boulder City where he worked his way up from Patrolman to Lieutenant and served the Force for 64 years. During this time he met Wanda Vickers who was in the process of relocating from her native state Ohio. The couple were married and moved on to Burbank, California where Larry worked on Identification for the Investigation Department for Lockheed Aircraft for four years. He attended the Los Angeles Valley College and From The Crime Prevention Unit Henderson Poice Department '}iow To Wak To School Safely" Officer Robert Lindsey To Parents: Walking to school •.. or anywhere ... is serious business. Each year, over 2.600 children (Under the age of 45 yrs.) are killed in pedestrian and bicycle accidents, and over 18.500 children are injured while walking or biking to and from school. For safety's sake, your child should: (1) Walk the route to school with you before doing it alone. (2) Know his or her name, address and phone number, along with your names. To Students: What is safety? It's a way of doing something, such as walking to school, without getting hurt. Walking *o school can be fun, bu( you must be careful around streets and traffic so that you don't get hurt. Here's how you can walk to school safely: Plan your time so that you won't be too early or too late. Try to leave home about the same time ech day so that you'll arrive at school about 5 minutes early, without rushing. Go directly to and from school. Friends and pets can make you forget the time and the safety rules. Also take the safest route; the best route is the safest route. If possible, use routes which have crossings controlled by Police Officers, crossing guards, or traffic signals, but also know how to cross at ungilarded intersections, such as within a crosswalk lined • for pedestrian crossing. Walk on the sidewalks whenever possible; if you must walk on the road, walk on the left side, facing traffic. This-way. you can see drivers and get completely off the road when they passMost accidents happen when people cross the street, and are usually due to carelessness. I) When you can.. icross the street at an intersection. Drivers expect to see you there, and thty slow down. Never cross in mid-block. 2) Never cross against signals. 3) Look All ways before stepping off the curb, and keep looking until you get to the other side. 4) Never step out from between or behind parked cars or any other objects that could block a driver's view of you. 5) Stay in the crosswalk and keep to the right. 6) Watch for turning cars, before crossing. 7) Walk, do Not-run. straight across the street (you are less likely to stumble). Remember: If youhave to cross at places where there is no crosswalk, the driver has the right of way. Wait until he passes before crossing. People whose job is to help you cross the street, are:The Policeman-who directs traffic at major school crossings when children are going to and from school, and The Crossing Guards who are men or women who are specially trained to help and protect you at crossings. Also, you should never: 1) Play games on the way to school, save play for the playground. 2) Explore dumps, sandpits, vacant houses, parking lots and construction sites, these places are Off Limits. 3) Stop and talk to strangers, and Don't take rides from people you don't know. If someone tries to give you a ride, tell your parents, or your teacher. For those of you who ride bikes to school, follow these simple rules: ir Learn to use the same hand signals that car drivers use. (Left arm up fof right turns, out straignt for left turns, and down for stopping.) 2) One on a bike, and one rider to a seat always. 3) Keep to the far right, and go in the same direction as the traffic, in single file. 4) Never hitch rides on a moving vehicle. 5) Walk across busy intersections or on crowded sidewalks. 6) Look both ways when entering from side streets, alleys, turning, or coming from between parked cars. 7) Park and lock your bike. Use bike racks or other safe places away from foot or car traffic. Getting to school safely is Your job: Pay attention to traffic rules, signs, and signals. Obey signs, lights. signals, policemen crossing guards, and safety patrols. Know the rules of safe walking. Think about what you are doing Every time you step off the curb into the street. Be dependable. Know what to do at all times, and do it. Help others by showing them the right of way. P.S. To Parents: I) Teach your children to care for themselves at the eariiest possible age. Let them make safety their job. 2) Walk with your children over the Safest route to school, and explain Why it is the safest. Point out dangers. 3) Explain the '-'why" behind pedestrian rules, crosswalks, signals, and crossing guards. 4) Set a good example by following the rules yourself at all times. Rember. Safety is Everyone's Job!!!!!!!!!!! Frank Brusa Named ABWA 'Boss of the Year' Frank Brusa, princi->^P3\ of Basic High School, has been named "Boss of the Year" by Desert Dawn Chapter of the Americin Business Women's Association. Brus.a's name was submitted by Diane Bergemeyer, press operator at the school and member of .^BWA. Each year at the November meeting the members of Desert Dawn submit their boss' name as a nominee for the annual "Boss of the Year" award. The member must write a brief summary on "Why I think my boss should be selected for the award. These are then sent to the chairman of the event and for this year it was Judy Hampton, who gives them to a panel of impartial judges without revealing the names of either the candidate or the member who made the nomination. The panel makes their recommendation on the basis of the nominees participating inthe studied Police Administration for he still had aspiratioos-tobecotlie the Chief of Police of Henderson. Little did he realize that one day he would hold the offlcVof J jsn4. Returning to Henderson in 1970 th<> couple settled down and Larry went to work for the Clark County Juvenille Court Services in Las Vegas where he served in Court Investigations for Child Abuse for five years. Clubs, Honors and Organizations are: Secretary of the international Saints and SinnersLas Vegas Circus Chapter (attained Golden Pitchfork as "Judge of the Year-October 27th. 1978); American Judges .\ssociation; International Footprint Association; Serves on Board of Directors of Nevada Judges Association; Past President of the Children's Cystic Fibrosis Foundation; Moose Lodge Member; Board of Directors for Henderson Aerials; Listed in Who's Who in American Law Enforcement -1977 edition; International Narcotic Enforcement Officers Association; and attends periodically the National College of the State Judiciary in Reno. This is just a few of Judge Tabony's interests and honors. He is the fater of : Diane (Mrs. Anthony Ratto); Reginald; Bruce; and Scott Basic High School Student. Hobbies and sports include: bowling; hrseback riding; competitive pistol shooting; pool and billiards; and spectator sports of stock car racing, football, and baseball. He attends St. Peter's Catholic Church. Larry and Wanda hold a deft hand at ceramics with Larry capturing Henderson's second place award in the 1977 Expo. Back to the courtroom, Judge Ltrry Tabony donned his clock for the camera. The kindly Judge exudes enthusiasm, quiet and sincere interest, a sense of humor, warmth, and a winning personality. His years of experience have guided bim to his position which he serves with brilliancy. Philosophy of living includes: "I wake up each morning feeling good a bout life! I am what one could classify as on a natural high' and keep that trend of thought throughout the day. I hope to help someone someone every day so I can go to sleep at night knowing the world ia a little better off" FRANK BRUSA, principal of Basic High School, receives the "Boss of the Year" Award from Diane Bergmeyer, press operator at the school. He was selected for the award by the Desert Dawn Chapter of the American Business Women's Assoication. community, church and civic affairs as well as his capabilities in employer-employee relationships necessary for smooth business operations. Church of Christ News This Sunday morning. November 26 come and hear Garry Martin, the minister of the church, speak on the subject "What are we worth to God?" Sunday evening the lesson is entitled "The bible and young people." For transportation to any or all of the services of the church call 565-8186 or 565-7235. Times of the scheduled events of the church are "Ladies Bible Class at 9:45. which will not meet this Wednesday morning because of the holiday. The regulary Wednesday evening Bible Study is held at 7:00 and a short devotional at 7:45. Sunday'morning Bible Study is at 9:30 each Sunday Morning, with a morning yivorship service at 10:30. The evening worship service is at 6:00 Sunday. Life is so short please make a point to come and be with us at the Church of Christ. Office hours are from 9:00 till 12:00 and 12:30till 2:30, if you wish to speak about the curch or need to talk to someone about your spiritual life please feel free to call the numbers above. I heard this funny story the other day. and I would like to pass it on to you A long winded speaker was continuing to deliver his dry and lengthy address. He was running long over time. The master of ceremonies tried to get him to stop, but couldn't attract his attention. Finally, in desperation, he picked up the gavel, aimed and fired, but missed the speaker and hit a man in the first row. The man slumped down, then groaned, "Hit me again I can still hear him." ( Sponsored By BOOSnR'S CLUB TO MEET The Basic High School Booster's Club will hold a meeting on Tuesday, November 28 at 7:30 p.m. in Room 107 at the school. Room 107 is close to the fW>nt of the building, near the school offices. All interested parents, former students or others who would care to become involved with the group are more than welcome to attend, said Phil DeLillo. long an active member of the group. 125 WATER ST.. HENDERSON ializin^ in the Latest Style Stock Ptrms, Hair Cuts & Blow Drying For Mon, Women ft Childrvn READY TO SIRVi YOU ARE ... Dorothy Johnnn Bm Jnn MQTQM PriraBMi vnonni tncioon BvrylMni 565-8582 Mwy Iw Cown (Mwoiit) MM

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Mendewon Horn* Nw, Mwtdnn, Nvoda indoy, Novwnbtr 23, 1971 R.S,V.P. by EdfM DMrdcff It's Thanksgiving time again! Don't know where this year has gone. It always makes me stop and think about all of the things I have to be thankful for. My good health, a nice roof over my head, the love of my family, the respect of my triends, living in a country where I have freedom of speech, thoughts and religion and the love of God. Not to mention looking forward to the' Turkey Dinner. Thirty three seniors came out today to enjoy our social day this Tuesday afternoon. The 10 games of Bingo were played and prizes were won by Emma Jessop, Ann Fletcher, Gene Kline. Lucille Jack, Cliff Tracy, Selya Heffelfinger, Sarfie Mowry, .Anna Worswids and Claire Soule. Sadie Mowry was the Bingo caller, assisted by Emma Jessop Thanks gals! There will be a Rummage Sale and Bake Sale in Room 29. Civic Center Dec. 8th & 9th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The proceeds to be used for New Year's Eve Party for Seniors. Edith Tanner & Anna Walsh were the hostesses today & served a yummy lunch. Three tables of Canasta finished out the afternoon &, Sadie & Emma were trying to solve a jig saw puzzle. Join us next Tuesday for inother enjoyable afternoon. Happy Thanksgiving to you all! A great big THANK YOU to Ladies of the Eagles for that fantastic dinner last Saturday for the Senior Citizens. It was a beautiful meal &. the tables looked lovely. This is a lovely thing that you gals do. 12 Taylor Studontf Sm% Puppot Show Mrs. Mays' third grade class at' Robert Taylor School was treated to an interesting experience Monday afternoon, November 6, when Mrs. Terre Quenell, Indian Education Aide, displayed a number of Indian artifacts to the students. She also presented to the class a puppet show, Why the Coyote Howled At The Stars. Among the articles exhibited were a baby cradle, moccasins, a painting of a cow's skull, beaded watch bands, a coin purse, braided bands and a crown. Pictured are Mario Martinez, Sabrina Martinez, and Tony Fixel. In the second picture are Ernie Martinez, Mrs. Quenell and Delofi Twiss, with the puppets used in the show. Letter TO THE Editor: FALL SCENE This study of Fail by Basic High School student Rhea Gifford is one of the entries received in the Fall Photo Capture contest sponsored by the Henderson Parks and Recreation Department. c To the Editor RE: Thanks to Eldorado Club The Southern Nevada Committee on Employment of the Handicapped wishes to publicly express its thanks to the Eldorado Club for spon soring the Committee's informational booth at the recent Henderson Exposition. For those individuals who mis.^ed the display and need information on any number of handicapped issues ranging from accessibility modifications to available services, we suggest you contact either local representative. They are Joan Taylor, 458-1262. and Josephine Wilson, 565-8022. If they are both unavailable, call the Governor's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped at 385-0111 We feel the Eldorado Club is to be commended for recognizing the need to increase public awareness and helping us do just that through their sponsorship. Sincerely, (s) JoanG. Taylor JOAN G TAYLOR Vice-Chairman Southern Nevada Committee on Employment of the Handicapped Inquiring Comera Girl By Flo Raymonds TODATS QlESTWy: \me a favorite TV fiame show and explain why you enjoy it! DIANE lATTO (SonAnthMiy) HOMCMAKIt AND WAITRESS AT CAH MICHELE'S • "THE UArS ClUBI" THcrt or* mony infermottvt twbj^ct* cavrd en IKN tKw sudi at anti^uM. I find thit •njeyebl* in on •dwcatienal wy at wall a* tvn at th tam timal— MARGARET EOWAROVGfarMkkild • CoH Johntan) • HOMEMAKER • THE WICE IS RIGHT!" Thii tHow it just fin fof o typical gama tliaw and I anjay matt tha iKiiot, qwattiant, guott • werV and ganaral farnfot of th thaw I lik* th hott and thit hoppant t* b tK only gom* thaw I wotthl MARY ANN X>NN$ON (Son. Eric) • HOMIMAKER • '7HE HKl IS RIOHTI" • TM thaw hoppant to land in tho hm% •lot botwoon "Coptoin Kangoroo" and "Marcvt Wtlby, M D." which or* "ro^wlart" with my familyl Wt onjoy thorn all fc DON MCMAHON • STATE INDUSTRIES EMnOYEE $30,000 PYRAMID" it a thaw I utod to watch whon I hod tho tint* and •njoyod it thoroughly I find moct gomo ihowt ontj^oininf I • MNoaiNt^ii ItlTMfltIMn ^^' llllt=s<" St DELI jj UVIRIY SMITH -HAIR Dtf SSCR EUE ADAMS CUT AND CUtl "FAMIIY FEUD" and •MATCH GAMil" Richard Dowton, Mott ol "Fowily Nwd" it ntoft chormtftg ond tho thow KM 0 90od fonvMt. f oniy tho humor, ^uwtiom, pofvonalltiot, and fwn timot on th "Match OwMor SiMMARY: A 'FtytlLY FEID'' u often started when one joins "'THE LliR''S CLLB'^ and ends up in a "MATCH GAME' so if "THE PRICE IS RIGHT' HI take you to the $20MO PYRiMlir hut if YOU rant "CROSS WITS' and "XLME THAT TIW you'll end up with the "HOLLYWOOD SQiARES,' and we don't mean ""LiU'RE\CE WELKr NOTI: lwtviowi diKtad of ALIIRTSON'S SUniMARKIT, ftOUlDil MONWAY, MINMRSONI .iiii5i l=iiH=^IJ|j r iiil=w; !lii-:|H:3| ^/c^ ijpiii~iji= THANKSGIVING EUGHTSi -ALSOieINDINGOUR CUSTOMERS TO ORDER HOUDAY DESSERTS EARLY! PUMPKIN/MINCEMEAT ig "W wbli yM ofl 0 Hoppy TtrndagWingl" 14 W. PACnC STRSrHDIi PH. !iii4-2M8 s Action People Crime Resistance Alert Fag* 13 Thursday, Novtmbor 23, 1978 THE HONORABLE JUDGE R.L. (LARRY) TABONY-Justice of the Peace of Henderson Township, meets with the "Action People" camera on November 8th, 1978 the day after his re-election to the office! This was the opportune time to meet with the personable Justice. forJudgeTabony (known to many as "Larry") was in a temporary state of "euphoria" as a "winner" may well feel the day after election. We settled in the Judge's conference office for the interview and in answer to the question "How should 1 address you during; the interview-Your Honor-Or Judge?" He replied "I'm out of the cloak now, just 'Larry' will be fine!" Of medium height for a man. Larry stated, "I feel so good today you know, I feel ten feet tall!" The reply was "And you are ten feet tall!" Judge Tabony will embark on his second four year term, and if one could call a courtroom "friendly," take a look at the Henderson Courtroom where the Judge presides. It looks like a small concert hall only with a carpeted floor and dark bluegreen see-through drapes. Judge Tabony presides in Hendersonjand Las Vegas over Traffic and Small Claims, Civil *uits, and Preliminary Hearings which he might refer certain cases to District Court "I relax and enjoy preforming marriages the most for these are happy occasions." he added. Born in Winooski. Vermont but moving to Plattsburgh. New York with his parents, Hubert and Irene, Larry was to grow up in a family of 22 children (18 of which are still living). "Maybe it was my mother's French cooking of boiled vegtables and meats which could account for our good health, but I still enjoy those dishes to this day," he laughed. Larry attended elementary and high school in Plattsburgh. He owes his success in the Field of Law Enforcement to his early childhood when he mingled with the ciiildren in a "super-tough" neighborhood. Like most boys of that time period. Larry was prone to get into trouble by skipping school, petty stealing, and staying out after curfew. "I deeply admired the arresting officers, courtroom procedure, the judges; and knew that this was to be my citadel!" Larry added that he would tell his parents and friends, "I am going to be the Chief of Police when I grow up and when I get too old to be Chief I'll be the Judge!" Judge Tabony has more than fulfilled his expectations and reached every pinnacle in his life. After high school, World War III broke out and Larry served the U.S. Army from 1941 until 1944. He was stationed in New York City and aided the mentally disturbed military patients at the Mental I nstitution. He was then shipped to Walter Reed HospiUl in Washington DC. and was assigned as Medical Aid to General "Blackjack" Pershing. "He was a wonderful man," Larry stated, "with a quick and subtle wit." After his service years. Larry gained employment as a Psychiatric Aid in the Pilgram State Hospital of Long Island for ten years. "I wanted a complete change and moved West to relocate and start a new life I had in the backof my mind that I still desired Law Enforcement Field. I'm glad I did for now I am complete and happy." He mentioned that he terms himself as a "born again Westerner!" Larry secured work in Henderson as a Patrolman with the Henderson Police Department during 1954 and 1995 It was on to Boulder City where he worked his way up from Patrolman to Lieutenant and served the Force for 64 years. During this time he met Wanda Vickers who was in the process of relocating from her native state Ohio. The couple were married and moved on to Burbank, California where Larry worked on Identification for the Investigation Department for Lockheed Aircraft for four years. He attended the Los Angeles Valley College and From The Crime Prevention Unit Henderson Poice Department '}iow To Wak To School Safely" Officer Robert Lindsey To Parents: Walking to school •.. or anywhere ... is serious business. Each year, over 2.600 children (Under the age of 45 yrs.) are killed in pedestrian and bicycle accidents, and over 18.500 children are injured while walking or biking to and from school. For safety's sake, your child should: (1) Walk the route to school with you before doing it alone. (2) Know his or her name, address and phone number, along with your names. To Students: What is safety? It's a way of doing something, such as walking to school, without getting hurt. Walking *o school can be fun, bu( you must be careful around streets and traffic so that you don't get hurt. Here's how you can walk to school safely: Plan your time so that you won't be too early or too late. Try to leave home about the same time ech day so that you'll arrive at school about 5 minutes early, without rushing. Go directly to and from school. Friends and pets can make you forget the time and the safety rules. Also take the safest route; the best route is the safest route. If possible, use routes which have crossings controlled by Police Officers, crossing guards, or traffic signals, but also know how to cross at ungilarded intersections, such as within a crosswalk lined • for pedestrian crossing. Walk on the sidewalks whenever possible; if you must walk on the road, walk on the left side, facing traffic. This-way. you can see drivers and get completely off the road when they passMost accidents happen when people cross the street, and are usually due to carelessness. I) When you can.. icross the street at an intersection. Drivers expect to see you there, and thty slow down. Never cross in mid-block. 2) Never cross against signals. 3) Look All ways before stepping off the curb, and keep looking until you get to the other side. 4) Never step out from between or behind parked cars or any other objects that could block a driver's view of you. 5) Stay in the crosswalk and keep to the right. 6) Watch for turning cars, before crossing. 7) Walk, do Not-run. straight across the street (you are less likely to stumble). Remember: If youhave to cross at places where there is no crosswalk, the driver has the right of way. Wait until he passes before crossing. People whose job is to help you cross the street, are:The Policeman-who directs traffic at major school crossings when children are going to and from school, and The Crossing Guards who are men or women who are specially trained to help and protect you at crossings. Also, you should never: 1) Play games on the way to school, save play for the playground. 2) Explore dumps, sandpits, vacant houses, parking lots and construction sites, these places are Off Limits. 3) Stop and talk to strangers, and Don't take rides from people you don't know. If someone tries to give you a ride, tell your parents, or your teacher. For those of you who ride bikes to school, follow these simple rules: ir Learn to use the same hand signals that car drivers use. (Left arm up fof right turns, out straignt for left turns, and down for stopping.) 2) One on a bike, and one rider to a seat always. 3) Keep to the far right, and go in the same direction as the traffic, in single file. 4) Never hitch rides on a moving vehicle. 5) Walk across busy intersections or on crowded sidewalks. 6) Look both ways when entering from side streets, alleys, turning, or coming from between parked cars. 7) Park and lock your bike. Use bike racks or other safe places away from foot or car traffic. Getting to school safely is Your job: Pay attention to traffic rules, signs, and signals. Obey signs, lights. signals, policemen crossing guards, and safety patrols. Know the rules of safe walking. Think about what you are doing Every time you step off the curb into the street. Be dependable. Know what to do at all times, and do it. Help others by showing them the right of way. P.S. To Parents: I) Teach your children to care for themselves at the eariiest possible age. Let them make safety their job. 2) Walk with your children over the Safest route to school, and explain Why it is the safest. Point out dangers. 3) Explain the '-'why" behind pedestrian rules, crosswalks, signals, and crossing guards. 4) Set a good example by following the rules yourself at all times. Rember. Safety is Everyone's Job!!!!!!!!!!! Frank Brusa Named ABWA 'Boss of the Year' Frank Brusa, princi->^P3\ of Basic High School, has been named "Boss of the Year" by Desert Dawn Chapter of the Americin Business Women's Association. Brus.a's name was submitted by Diane Bergemeyer, press operator at the school and member of .^BWA. Each year at the November meeting the members of Desert Dawn submit their boss' name as a nominee for the annual "Boss of the Year" award. The member must write a brief summary on "Why I think my boss should be selected for the award. These are then sent to the chairman of the event and for this year it was Judy Hampton, who gives them to a panel of impartial judges without revealing the names of either the candidate or the member who made the nomination. The panel makes their recommendation on the basis of the nominees participating inthe studied Police Administration for he still had aspiratioos-tobecotlie the Chief of Police of Henderson. Little did he realize that one day he would hold the offlcVof J jsn4. Returning to Henderson in 1970 th<> couple settled down and Larry went to work for the Clark County Juvenille Court Services in Las Vegas where he served in Court Investigations for Child Abuse for five years. Clubs, Honors and Organizations are: Secretary of the international Saints and SinnersLas Vegas Circus Chapter (attained Golden Pitchfork as "Judge of the Year-October 27th. 1978); American Judges .\ssociation; International Footprint Association; Serves on Board of Directors of Nevada Judges Association; Past President of the Children's Cystic Fibrosis Foundation; Moose Lodge Member; Board of Directors for Henderson Aerials; Listed in Who's Who in American Law Enforcement -1977 edition; International Narcotic Enforcement Officers Association; and attends periodically the National College of the State Judiciary in Reno. This is just a few of Judge Tabony's interests and honors. He is the fater of : Diane (Mrs. Anthony Ratto); Reginald; Bruce; and Scott Basic High School Student. Hobbies and sports include: bowling; hrseback riding; competitive pistol shooting; pool and billiards; and spectator sports of stock car racing, football, and baseball. He attends St. Peter's Catholic Church. Larry and Wanda hold a deft hand at ceramics with Larry capturing Henderson's second place award in the 1977 Expo. Back to the courtroom, Judge Ltrry Tabony donned his clock for the camera. The kindly Judge exudes enthusiasm, quiet and sincere interest, a sense of humor, warmth, and a winning personality. His years of experience have guided bim to his position which he serves with brilliancy. Philosophy of living includes: "I wake up each morning feeling good a bout life! I am what one could classify as on a natural high' and keep that trend of thought throughout the day. I hope to help someone someone every day so I can go to sleep at night knowing the world ia a little better off" FRANK BRUSA, principal of Basic High School, receives the "Boss of the Year" Award from Diane Bergmeyer, press operator at the school. He was selected for the award by the Desert Dawn Chapter of the American Business Women's Assoication. community, church and civic affairs as well as his capabilities in employer-employee relationships necessary for smooth business operations. Church of Christ News This Sunday morning. November 26 come and hear Garry Martin, the minister of the church, speak on the subject "What are we worth to God?" Sunday evening the lesson is entitled "The bible and young people." For transportation to any or all of the services of the church call 565-8186 or 565-7235. Times of the scheduled events of the church are "Ladies Bible Class at 9:45. which will not meet this Wednesday morning because of the holiday. The regulary Wednesday evening Bible Study is held at 7:00 and a short devotional at 7:45. Sunday'morning Bible Study is at 9:30 each Sunday Morning, with a morning yivorship service at 10:30. The evening worship service is at 6:00 Sunday. Life is so short please make a point to come and be with us at the Church of Christ. Office hours are from 9:00 till 12:00 and 12:30till 2:30, if you wish to speak about the curch or need to talk to someone about your spiritual life please feel free to call the numbers above. I heard this funny story the other day. and I would like to pass it on to you A long winded speaker was continuing to deliver his dry and lengthy address. He was running long over time. The master of ceremonies tried to get him to stop, but couldn't attract his attention. Finally, in desperation, he picked up the gavel, aimed and fired, but missed the speaker and hit a man in the first row. The man slumped down, then groaned, "Hit me again I can still hear him." ( Sponsored By BOOSnR'S CLUB TO MEET The Basic High School Booster's Club will hold a meeting on Tuesday, November 28 at 7:30 p.m. in Room 107 at the school. Room 107 is close to the fW>nt of the building, near the school offices. All interested parents, former students or others who would care to become involved with the group are more than welcome to attend, said Phil DeLillo. long an active member of the group. 125 WATER ST.. HENDERSON ializin^ in the Latest Style Stock Ptrms, Hair Cuts & Blow Drying For Mon, Women ft Childrvn READY TO SIRVi YOU ARE ... Dorothy Johnnn Bm Jnn MQTQM PriraBMi vnonni tncioon BvrylMni 565-8582 Mwy Iw Cown (Mwoiit) MM

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Car Caie COM M/^Bather Survival Tips Self-serve motoriats: Remember the basic car care checklist If you ve gotten inio ihc pump II >our^elf routine. cofnmonU knoMn a "%tVHCrve. lio voorstlfTind your iv t favor Either patronize j full \ervice facilii> ever\ fe fill ups for a preventive check up. or do the chedung vourself l/vou reado-ii yoor>lfef. >ou shouU be pcrformini all of the above on i regular basis, with ffkhcbeck of moior oil. power Meering fluid, windshield siashcr nuid. tiren and lights, plu^ a munihh check o* toolanl. I Cam a clean cloth in the trunk for checking engine and transmiMon dip slttks. I Do NOT remove your radiator prtt^ure cap Ken the engine is hot It is dangerous ) Don Ialt until a heavy rain to check condition of your iper Made" !f yours are the type that are hidden beneath thecol. move them into poMjion Sy turning on the Ignition and the ipcr switch Then turn the Ignition off tthen the wipers trr accessible ^4 Carry a good tire gauge They cost only a few Easy does it if rocking car out of ice Automatic iranMnissions have a tough way to go In dccp^now Thisis due in part to the added resistance against the tiret rolling through the snosk But the frreaiest damage can come from attempts to rock the car out of an icy rut. When attempting to free yourwif by • Jtematejy shift ing from dnve lo revecae. do it gently. Changing gears abrvpily while whcelt are spanning can be harmful, if not fatal, to your automaiK Iransmistion. hgt 14 Since you probably wool get out of your rut any faiier by increasing the speed of that' spinning rear lire, go easy on the gas and tte sure sou have brought the *itte\ lo a complete slop before changing from forward lo re verse or vice servi. If you pause by applying your bukes between change of direction, you II help case the strain too Winier dming rr^mret aitrniion iororlit(hti. Hff6nn HMM Nmv* and kvldtr CHy Nvt Thwndoy, Hovwibw 23, 197f • t / POKERROOM DOWNTOIIIfN HOIOOBON ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ft^^^^^^^w^^wA^^^^^^^^^^^y^v^^www ^ ^^VAr.wv^^wwvww. HOLD-EM TOURNAMENT M10^ BUY-IN WINNER GETS 75% RUNNER-UP GETS 25% Sunday, DM. 3, 1978 2 P.M. $1. thru $S. until 5 playtrt $1. thru $10. until th END. • SEATS OPEN • REST COME-FIRST SERVED 565-9776 ofttr 6 p.m^ DARRYL HODGSON, fOKER MGR. 3 According lo < report from the American Petroleum In ^tltute. self-service stations no* account for Wi of retail ^ales of gasoline, lunngsomt ^'ffr of all motonsts lo pump their own gas While this 'can save moioosts an average of 2 per gallon., avoiding or sim pK forgetting about mainie nance Can eat up those sav ing^ in repair Nils People 'end to forget about the bene fi'^ of car care with self ^crve. according to one otl company ofRcial \l the lime It seems like a good idea, • "ui careless repetition of the practice can mean disasler in the long run • With the advent of self •erve. the consumer no* has j choice which wasn't previ (Hjsly available —to opt for lower gas prices ot pay a little more for service If v ou elect lo gas and go. then take charge of the preventive care ^i-ir car need* lo keep it run ning prupcrl) Tongef liwlorort drain intervals, maintenance-free hatlenes and the like are ail mdication that a new bal inte in operations iself and full service IIS being found sa>s one API offitui Eaptrl from fal-servVr \ mnionsl pulling into J full serve station should e pcct the following — kiein and w^'^h vkindshield — vheck motor oil level — theck battery fluid level — Lheck coolant level in radiator lonly if the engine is cold or ^heck ^oolanl over f ., : a n k 11 equipped' ^hc^li lire pressure In addition 4 dealer should tri*ke a (|UiCk visual check of Ur. belts r*lu(or and heater (Mttesendures for wear A regular customer of a • 111 verve station additionally f. L'ndennflated lires —that IS. below the manufactu'er s specifications — can de>. reave gas mileage I I Of DARRYL HODGSON, fOKER MGR. |^ rr CHECK LIST For TrouUe-Free Winter Drivingl L*t ua check ovar lt ot th ilamt on this litl to pul )rwr car In lop shape tor winlor G INOINI TUNE-UP your beit rroteedon af*>n'< iu*ni*r btat Our enfjne tun-ay Ineludei a nc wt af Champion ipark plu|i and tb rbeeluni of poinu. cii4ntr. roUr diitrit>ulor cap. irin( and eleetrical eonncelioni coll. and air niUr LJ lATTERY we chock tor lull power Make aure terminals and cablea are lifht and clean G VOITAQE REOUUTOM check td|uitmem Over or unoercfiargjig rtn rum the Battery. G STARTER AND ALTERNATOR OR GENERATOR remove any corroiion and check Bru^e G AUTOMATIC CHOKE check idle adiultment D CARBURETOR -check, rennove and clean if necesaary G FAN AND PULUV tELTI check lOiuiiment. If fiadly worn they should be replaced G COOIINO SYSTEM checx ar^liireete ani a:i ta-''tor hoses LJ OIL change dirty oil-or wmlrr wrlfkl oil -noiv for easier cold weather starting. G UOHTS AND WIPERS „ „ „,^, ,„,, taal kcadlifbu parent li(kt> (•illl|hl<. iiup lighlt and diractionali are all •erkiat pr*par4y We II alia rhpck wiper operation and tee tkat Ihc bl4ei wipe ritan without ilrokinf. fill windihltid iihr lank with cleaninf lolution G TIRES carefully eiamme tread depth Worn tires are especially dangerous on wed roadi Q BRAKES check for proper adiuslmeni f cause even, a slight pull to one s>de can 'hro* /Our car into a dangerous s'lde ZIKE'S HENDERSON TEXACO KAi I WAIB n. PN. 54S-MM ED'S AUTO REPAIR 8 YRS. SERVING OUR LOCAL PEOPLE! REBUILT GUARANTED ENGINE AND TRANSMISSIONS 12^ Mile Guarantee 1 Day Service Ph. S65^UT 1 Water Street rr CMllT WOODEM DOLL NOUSE' .,, j^M -,,* Top f'.p 4fto**rr>4n* ia\f A 'r J ,rihi-.^t 4 Roo' I' DrO' I SIFEHNI i9rgm )S C>im**r Wt For lf>4(KK Polrvt't' P9tnf*t rMUIlUIMll LI6HTS SMu><'l'h To S' 'fflMr^ UfA CKr klf^ot C)ka*o' 1 aimm mimirt muum V / • snus 6IFT WMF SKof No Vv 'Oyr lAf'op'rvg IcttOlar^t ^AthovVt O LottOtL'HU ALPm miAGE J" Un lET ^. lOMiriQfwr* li9*>*i iW'f>i| Cott09* AA4 Cothilrol Cr* AMroctt,* And ME4r lUMtUTII WITU UHOUtAI'tm MO'MduOW aaa(or MWS CKoOM Frons I 7 Po(k iwniboO* low I Gf*o* M91, Tc Top 0*f Arty Ctft KIN* ^hJ UTTUSTM UUCJKtl SUPEBBUY! 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  • n GoKord'H*! And Tough Wf O'lng Dn.m In Jron Slylft Firt)Quotlij FUNNEL SNIRTS 00*. Cotton ;olorlul rio.dt W.tt> two Flop rocii' i PINT sns PoM Co "on Topi In foHionW Pull On POAH In PotytltV tllfl4i WIVEN PINTS l ai n —lOIKrtw IM4 ICRTLie KNIT SNIRTS P1CVINTL LUTKR UM jiRin Mylw, tunw, Cleto'o T>,0ri9iA0l infc T.f It Lvi I nii Won r)w w MMmoWwid iao\ OooM look For T><* imiml 526 BOULDER HWY. HBIOBtSON OILY I PM0NIK-7B MM EDITOR'S NOTE: Morr/s first wife, Clara came to his defense in her letter honoring him on his SOth year in journalism. The poem at the beginning,is in answer to several that have been printed in previous newspapers obout him and his ex>wives. I have to hand it to Morry to still have the support of No. 1. Lorna K. MtC MHZ IN DEFENSE OF •DEAR MORRY" FROM WIFE NO. 1 In reply to your audacious demand .And reacting to your really uncalled for reprimandNow hear this from wife No. 1 Who bore "Dear Morn." daughter and son "You erred, dear rhymer, in your facts of the .story And also in yoijr total as.sessment of "Dear Mofry'. He's a man of ability and extraordinarily bright A great sense of humor a writer of might. You sell him short try it again Apd you'll find "Dear Morry" in the top rank of men. Clara Bros.sell Crook. No. 1 MIC Dear Mike: What fun to be able to join the lonK list of your friends and congratulate you on your 50 years of journalism. You St I go back a long ways to high school and college, when you were known as Mike. In the long look back, in thinking on what it was about you that was so attractive and dynamic, my thoughts are that you represent the classic entrepreneur. The risk taker • the person who can move effectively, although it might seem impulsively, the person.who has a sense of timing and really, a sense of vision. These are rather glowing terms, but in remembering your family, this sense of entrepreneurship was and is evident in all the Zenoffs. Your father, an^ mother moTe'd with the times;"" your brothers were and are men of zeal, ambition, and willing to take risks; your sister lived her life in the same grand style, and her daughter also reflects some of these same qualities. Now, Mike as grand sounding and exciting as these qualities are. they don't always make for the most comfortable living. We both know that. But I think that your joie de vivre has always been rooted in this excitement. I know that your friends at Marquette University always appreciated your abilities -despite your being an alumnus of Wisconsin, your loyalty and support of Marquette established you as their No. 1 frienH and supporter, Those huge billboards in Milwaukee • with your picture announcingyour column were one evidence of their regard and respect. When Marquette almost made it to the Rose Bowl, and ended up in Dallas at the Cotton Bowl, my memories of the close friendships are most vivid ones. I'm remembering, too, how you first started with the Wisconsin News, the Milwaukee evening Hearst daily. Graduating during the depression was hardly conducive to getting a job. As a part time reporter, you had the vision to see the future of one Frank Parker, one of the tennis greats, but at that time, a ball boy at a local tennis club You did a series on him and his great coach that earned you a job but also endured during all these years in showing even then, your ability to see greatness that was hardly evident to most. You always had a nose for news I remember, too, your first fiction story, which sold for $10.00, and you bought me i crystal star to commemorate that evfnt. Our daughter, Victoria, has that lovely crystal. I must also recognize your good taste better stil fine judgement. Aftei;' much travail, you have a real No. 1 wife • Eva, and for that excellent decision. I salute you and hope you continue to see report and enjoy. Fondly, IS) Clara Clara Brossell Crook The* General Services Administration announced today that 92 vehicles formerly used by the Federal Government are being offered for sale to the public by Spot Bid on December 4. 1978 at 9:00 a.m. at the General Services Admintstrttion. Vehicle Sale Intcragency Motor Pool, 2301 McLcod Street. Las Vegas. Nevada 89104. The sale includes six and eight cylinder sedans, ranch wagons, station wagons, carryalls, sedan delivery, pickups, -platforms and cab and chassis. The vehicles mav be inspected daily from 8:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m., December 4 through December 7. 1978 at the General Services Administration, Interagewcy Motor Pool. 2301 McLeod Street. Las Vegas. Nevada.

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    Car Caie COM M/^Bather Survival Tips Self-serve motoriats: Remember the basic car care checklist If you ve gotten inio ihc pump II >our^elf routine. cofnmonU knoMn a "%tVHCrve. lio voorstlfTind your iv t favor Either patronize j full \ervice facilii> ever\ fe fill ups for a preventive check up. or do the chedung vourself l/vou reado-ii yoor>lfef. >ou shouU be pcrformini all of the above on i regular basis, with ffkhcbeck of moior oil. power Meering fluid, windshield siashcr nuid. tiren and lights, plu^ a munihh check o* toolanl. I Cam a clean cloth in the trunk for checking engine and transmiMon dip slttks. I Do NOT remove your radiator prtt^ure cap Ken the engine is hot It is dangerous ) Don Ialt until a heavy rain to check condition of your iper Made" !f yours are the type that are hidden beneath thecol. move them into poMjion Sy turning on the Ignition and the ipcr switch Then turn the Ignition off tthen the wipers trr accessible ^4 Carry a good tire gauge They cost only a few Easy does it if rocking car out of ice Automatic iranMnissions have a tough way to go In dccp^now Thisis due in part to the added resistance against the tiret rolling through the snosk But the frreaiest damage can come from attempts to rock the car out of an icy rut. When attempting to free yourwif by • Jtematejy shift ing from dnve lo revecae. do it gently. Changing gears abrvpily while whcelt are spanning can be harmful, if not fatal, to your automaiK Iransmistion. hgt 14 Since you probably wool get out of your rut any faiier by increasing the speed of that' spinning rear lire, go easy on the gas and tte sure sou have brought the *itte\ lo a complete slop before changing from forward lo re verse or vice servi. If you pause by applying your bukes between change of direction, you II help case the strain too Winier dming rr^mret aitrniion iororlit(hti. Hff6nn HMM Nmv* and kvldtr CHy Nvt Thwndoy, Hovwibw 23, 197f • t / POKERROOM DOWNTOIIIfN HOIOOBON ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ft^^^^^^^w^^wA^^^^^^^^^^^y^v^^www ^ ^^VAr.wv^^wwvww. HOLD-EM TOURNAMENT M10^ BUY-IN WINNER GETS 75% RUNNER-UP GETS 25% Sunday, DM. 3, 1978 2 P.M. $1. thru $S. until 5 playtrt $1. thru $10. until th END. • SEATS OPEN • REST COME-FIRST SERVED 565-9776 ofttr 6 p.m^ DARRYL HODGSON, fOKER MGR. 3 According lo < report from the American Petroleum In ^tltute. self-service stations no* account for Wi of retail ^ales of gasoline, lunngsomt ^'ffr of all motonsts lo pump their own gas While this 'can save moioosts an average of 2 per gallon., avoiding or sim pK forgetting about mainie nance Can eat up those sav ing^ in repair Nils People 'end to forget about the bene fi'^ of car care with self ^crve. according to one otl company ofRcial \l the lime It seems like a good idea, • "ui careless repetition of the practice can mean disasler in the long run • With the advent of self •erve. the consumer no* has j choice which wasn't previ (Hjsly available —to opt for lower gas prices ot pay a little more for service If v ou elect lo gas and go. then take charge of the preventive care ^i-ir car need* lo keep it run ning prupcrl) Tongef liwlorort drain intervals, maintenance-free hatlenes and the like are ail mdication that a new bal inte in operations iself and full service IIS being found sa>s one API offitui Eaptrl from fal-servVr \ mnionsl pulling into J full serve station should e pcct the following — kiein and w^'^h vkindshield — vheck motor oil level — theck battery fluid level — Lheck coolant level in radiator lonly if the engine is cold or ^heck ^oolanl over f ., : a n k 11 equipped' ^hc^li lire pressure In addition 4 dealer should tri*ke a (|UiCk visual check of Ur. belts r*lu(or and heater (Mttesendures for wear A regular customer of a • 111 verve station additionally f. L'ndennflated lires —that IS. below the manufactu'er s specifications — can de>. reave gas mileage I I Of DARRYL HODGSON, fOKER MGR. |^ rr CHECK LIST For TrouUe-Free Winter Drivingl L*t ua check ovar lt ot th ilamt on this litl to pul )rwr car In lop shape tor winlor G INOINI TUNE-UP your beit rroteedon af*>n'< iu*ni*r btat Our enfjne tun-ay Ineludei a nc wt af Champion ipark plu|i and tb rbeeluni of poinu. cii4ntr. roUr diitrit>ulor cap. irin( and eleetrical eonncelioni coll. and air niUr LJ lATTERY we chock tor lull power Make aure terminals and cablea are lifht and clean G VOITAQE REOUUTOM check td|uitmem Over or unoercfiargjig rtn rum the Battery. G STARTER AND ALTERNATOR OR GENERATOR remove any corroiion and check Bru^e G AUTOMATIC CHOKE check idle adiultment D CARBURETOR -check, rennove and clean if necesaary G FAN AND PULUV tELTI check lOiuiiment. If fiadly worn they should be replaced G COOIINO SYSTEM checx ar^liireete ani a:i ta-''tor hoses LJ OIL change dirty oil-or wmlrr wrlfkl oil -noiv for easier cold weather starting. G UOHTS AND WIPERS „ „ „,^, ,„,, taal kcadlifbu parent li(kt> (•illl|hl<. iiup lighlt and diractionali are all •erkiat pr*par4y We II alia rhpck wiper operation and tee tkat Ihc bl4ei wipe ritan without ilrokinf. fill windihltid iihr lank with cleaninf lolution G TIRES carefully eiamme tread depth Worn tires are especially dangerous on wed roadi Q BRAKES check for proper adiuslmeni f cause even, a slight pull to one s>de can 'hro* /Our car into a dangerous s'lde ZIKE'S HENDERSON TEXACO KAi I WAIB n. PN. 54S-MM ED'S AUTO REPAIR 8 YRS. SERVING OUR LOCAL PEOPLE! REBUILT GUARANTED ENGINE AND TRANSMISSIONS 12^ Mile Guarantee 1 Day Service Ph. S65^UT 1 Water Street rr CMllT WOODEM DOLL NOUSE' .,, j^M -,,* Top f'.p 4fto**rr>4n* ia\f A 'r J ,rihi-.^t 4 Roo' I' DrO' I SIFEHNI i9rgm )S C>im**r Wt For lf>4(KK Polrvt't' P9tnf*t rMUIlUIMll LI6HTS SMu><'l'h To S' 'fflMr^ UfA CKr klf^ot C)ka*o' 1 aimm mimirt muum V / • snus 6IFT WMF SKof No Vv 'Oyr lAf'op'rvg IcttOlar^t ^AthovVt O LottOtL'HU ALPm miAGE J" Un lET ^. lOMiriQfwr* li9*>*i iW'f>i| Cott09* AA4 Cothilrol Cr* AMroctt,* And ME4r lUMtUTII WITU UHOUtAI'tm MO'MduOW aaa(or MWS CKoOM Frons I 7 Po(k iwniboO* low I Gf*o* M91, Tc Top 0*f Arty Ctft KIN* ^hJ UTTUSTM UUCJKtl SUPEBBUY! 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    Hvndtraon Homt Ntwt and Bouldr City Ntwt 00 STARS MOVE... OR MiE -mEV STAJIONARV ? In 1908 a two cant itamp was anoudh poitagt to mail a lanar from tha U.S. to Gratt Britain. "Curioiity it, in graat and ganaroui mindt, tha firit piuion and tha laat." Samuel Johnson Pa9l6 • CROSSWORD PUZZLE* Thursday, Novtmbar 23, 1978 STARS MOVE CONTINUALLV! THEV SEEM STATlON*Ry BECAUSE OF "mElR VAST DISTANCE FROM US! Villo Del Prada Homes VTAN Ml MOM SlVm MMMI on, MV. MODELS OPEN Noon til 5 p.m. 2-3-4 BEDROOMS FIREPLACE. OFF STREET R.V.. PARKING AREA REAR BLOCK WALLS ON POOL SIZE LOTS. •••••••••••••••••••••MMaM ST. CHRISTOPHER'S CHURCH -•OUiDWOTYTUOmONAl mSCOf AI-.ANOUCAN UTNOUC WBCOMES YOU TO WORSHIP I Sunday: 11 30 AM .. Christ Lutheran Church, I Fifth k B StreeU, temporarily i NURSERY 4 CHURCH SCHOOL (Grades K-0 I FR. CLARK A. TEA, SSC, RECTOR -IOFFICE: 293-4277 RECTORY: 554)718 •••••••••••••••••••••OMMMA ACROSS 1. Bjiildino housIru) works of art 7. City ot Australia 12. Eagerly desire 13 Worship More underhanded Blots out Walkmg stick Glen Make lace 20. Equip 21. Lower leg 22. Type of airplane m Uke Convulsions Weight of India Small and tnm Light-armed cavalry soldier Climbing vine Vehicle Greek letter Land measure 36. A French cheese 37. River in Norway 36. National Educational Assoc14 15 17. 18. 19. 23 24 25 26 28 31 32 33 34 43 iation(At)br.) Drudge Animal prod American abongmes Spare time occupation 44 Harsh 45 Feminine name 47 City in Germany 48 Figure of speech DOWN 1. Feeling ot discomfort 2 Making use of 3 Count von — (1861-1914) 4 Goddess of hjllng Home of Abraham Awards for distinguished service Wan Dutch 9 10. 5 7 commune Blackguards PKkupthi "tab" Biddings Fragment Fairy Appointment Large town Joke Number Certain 27. 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She has only been in Boulder City for 7 weeks, already she belongs to the' Musical Arts Workshop in Las Vegas and it is the chorus that is putting on Vaughan Williams Dona Nobis Pacem with the Chorus and Orchestra under the direction of Dr. Douglass R. Peterson. The chorus will also perform J.S. Bach's Cantata #14t). The Dixon's belong to the IDS church. Heidi is in the choir. Soloists for the Dona Nobis Pacem are Helen Maynard, mezza soprano and Harold Hamler, Baritone. Featured soliests in the Bach Cantata arc Margaret Hannah, organist, Dian Manetti and Heidi Dixon, sopranos; Helen Maynard, mezzo-soprano; Carl Hansen. tenor; and Rolando Franko, bass. This concert is made possible by grants from the Nevada State Council on the Arts. The National Endowment for the Arts (a federal agency) and the Music Performance Trust Fund (Courtesy Musicians Local *369. Jack Foy President). Heidi has trained for G usic and voice all her e. In Kansas City her high school training was with the Conservatory of Music, she studied at Brigham Young U. and later at Washington D.C. her voice teacher was the acclaimed Mrs. Bernice Yingling. Ronald, her husband, informed her of the Musical Arts Workshop even before her arrival in Boulder City 7 weeks ago. She immediately became involved and is so enthusiastic that she urges everyone who loves to sing to contact the group at45l-6672. There will be another concert rehearsing beginning in March. The performance will be Jews in krsel. Heidi also said she would welcome friends who would like to^ attend the rehearsal of the present workshop • performance. Please fee) free to call Heidi with questions. The Story of Concert in Capsule Vaughan William's powerful Dona Nobis 17 Pacem was written in 1936. In 1911, Vaughan Williams wrote a choral setting of Wak Whitman's "Dirge for Two Veterans" from tht American Civil War poem "Drum Taps". Perhaps feeling that it did not stand satisfactorily by itself, he put it away. It re-emerged twenty-five years later as the fourth movement of the cantata. Dona Nobis Pacem. This compassionate work was composed for the • centenary of the Huddlasfield Choral Society, but it was also intended as a warning at a time when Europe was moving toward another major war. Bach's Cantata #146, Through Bitter Tribulation, was written in 1740 to be performed the third Sunday after Easter. The Sinfonia with which the Cantata begins is the first movement of Bach's D minor clavier Concerto. The choral movement is the Adagio movement of the same concerto. 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    Hvndtraon Homt Ntwt and Bouldr City Ntwt 00 STARS MOVE... OR MiE -mEV STAJIONARV ? In 1908 a two cant itamp was anoudh poitagt to mail a lanar from tha U.S. to Gratt Britain. "Curioiity it, in graat and ganaroui mindt, tha firit piuion and tha laat." Samuel Johnson Pa9l6 • CROSSWORD PUZZLE* Thursday, Novtmbar 23, 1978 STARS MOVE CONTINUALLV! THEV SEEM STATlON*Ry BECAUSE OF "mElR VAST DISTANCE FROM US! Villo Del Prada Homes VTAN Ml MOM SlVm MMMI on, MV. MODELS OPEN Noon til 5 p.m. 2-3-4 BEDROOMS FIREPLACE. OFF STREET R.V.. PARKING AREA REAR BLOCK WALLS ON POOL SIZE LOTS. •••••••••••••••••••••MMaM ST. CHRISTOPHER'S CHURCH -•OUiDWOTYTUOmONAl mSCOf AI-.ANOUCAN UTNOUC WBCOMES YOU TO WORSHIP I Sunday: 11 30 AM .. Christ Lutheran Church, I Fifth k B StreeU, temporarily i NURSERY 4 CHURCH SCHOOL (Grades K-0 I FR. CLARK A. TEA, SSC, RECTOR -IOFFICE: 293-4277 RECTORY: 554)718 •••••••••••••••••••••OMMMA ACROSS 1. Bjiildino housIru) works of art 7. City ot Australia 12. Eagerly desire 13 Worship More underhanded Blots out Walkmg stick Glen Make lace 20. Equip 21. Lower leg 22. Type of airplane m Uke Convulsions Weight of India Small and tnm Light-armed cavalry soldier Climbing vine Vehicle Greek letter Land measure 36. A French cheese 37. River in Norway 36. National Educational Assoc14 15 17. 18. 19. 23 24 25 26 28 31 32 33 34 43 iation(At)br.) Drudge Animal prod American abongmes Spare time occupation 44 Harsh 45 Feminine name 47 City in Germany 48 Figure of speech DOWN 1. Feeling ot discomfort 2 Making use of 3 Count von — (1861-1914) 4 Goddess of hjllng Home of Abraham Awards for distinguished service Wan Dutch 9 10. 5 7 commune Blackguards PKkupthi "tab" Biddings Fragment Fairy Appointment Large town Joke Number Certain 27. Abusive SpNChK Sjtute GooO-natured Ftond Crucial time Flant yielding aniseed Coins — voyage ^ — prizes "^ German novelist, Thomas — Asian desart Wrath Kind of meal Yes (Sp.) 28. 29 30 32 34 35 36 37 39 40 42 43 46 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO o O: CHammr Talk Iff Jojf I If you have trouble httping on any Up color. 0 0 o 0 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO O ^ try using foundation under it and lot$ of Up j^^ glotM over it. You 'II find it works. ~^ unset addlery BOULDER ^ITYS NEWEST COMMUNITY LOCATED IN A MOST DESIRABLE & HIGHER AREA OF TOWN fOI HiOIMAINW nUSI CALL2914411 29M412 y/i IS NOW OPEN ,/| We have a goo9 selection of qual[/^ ity saddles, tack and supplies at Down Home Prices jru you can fifford! I, Trade that old saddle in on a new model and save an extra 10% now \ thru Christmas. 1 1 z 3 4 S 1 7 S 9 w II 12 13 14 L 1 IS 16 L IT 1 le 1 19 20 • 1 21 1 22 23 I 24 • 2S ^H 26 2T • 26 29 10 31 1 32 1 M A 1 • JT sr 1 39 I 40 41 4£ 1 43 44 "* 1 45 46 I 47 4e 1 Why pay more? SM thi most lavish French SptclKulir in the world and tnjoy I complete dinner and sNm from just $15.00 second show S12.50 including 3 drinks Show resenations may be obtained only thru the Dunes Hotel come in or call 734-4741 tl M <.-••* $,!*•< y ANOTHER Dl'RABLt DEV IVC PROJECT Crriwn of Villa Banlu RaaM NEW "Up care ichat your horse wears'' j^ Answer to puzzle U/27/78 Imported from France Wl 1 1 H iTsWiin s < : 3 V' 3 e V ^m N 3; li ^8 a 0 H • SFN VI 0 i 1 dOGEl BDGQ QHO 0llhH3|l|ul9H3lblvl KD niDDR DDO m Mi TMTiv 1 i Id E 7 S 1 3 0 b 1 A f -IV 01 j N \ f J ? 3 1 } 1 m tt 3 1 • 1 s 3 U 0 0 r fir, 1 d S 1 HU d 3|dHhin 2 I n > iwr'ir:--^r^--"j--B^^ert OFFICE SUPPLIES .• ^.^-^T"-': rrr T^-. iia$ CONSTRUCTION 2770 ManHMd Pkwy., SuM 904 73S-2153 24 NOW tMnKIIM tmici y • IRSIOEI OUTSIDE fJUITTIM • WAU PAKIKNG • KOGX WJUI CONSTMICnON • LAWN SfMNKLOS INSTALLATION • LAWN CANE SfllVICE • PATIOS • CUIHWG Ahms ProMt Ssrvici No WHtiai All Ms sbfUi WitHlR 5 DifS ALL WORK [UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEEDi vm .Q, .ST4TC CONTlACIOti llCtNW NO 11]'} TWO FOR 1 SALE dmium (idisq (Jet) The String Coat .New fithion look for fall and winter! 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H 10% DISCOUNT TO Se^lOR CrriZENS CMfifi COMFORTERS FAMOUS MAKER TWi;14* FULlMe** /~\ •<"*9^0*JW SIZE T' /SATiFr JERSEY SHEETS ^ MATCHING SETS Rog 49 99 ^ 29"t FULL SIZE 24 99 NOW KING 19^ BEDSPREADS Z OUILTEO iC DAN Riven AND OTHER FAMOUS ^ MAKERS ^ TWIN From M9.99iu'.f FULL From *23.99$ QUEEN From *26.99<^ KING From *29.99'iK 20% OFF ON ALL TABLE CLOTHS OUMNQ THIS SALE OUM STOMAOC HOURS MOM-SAT 104. SUN 11-4 T^ Unen&B^^* { ^ ^ (OfPMN* MWM IMUr liM) Ov4*DU74 t Hwtdtnon Hwnt Ntws and Beuldtr aty Nws Thursday, Nvtmbr 23, 1971 BouUerite Wl Appear n Concert In UNLV Balroom Sunday Boulder City has the honor of having a soiiest, Heidi Dixon, who is appearing in concert at the UNLV Student Union Ballroom, November 26, at 3 p.m. Heidi is a soprano. She is the wife of Ronald Dixon, Field Council for the Dept. of Energy. They have two children, Rebecca and Spencer and live on Mancho St. Heidi Dixon said to list her phone number, 2935246. She has only been in Boulder City for 7 weeks, already she belongs to the' Musical Arts Workshop in Las Vegas and it is the chorus that is putting on Vaughan Williams Dona Nobis Pacem with the Chorus and Orchestra under the direction of Dr. Douglass R. Peterson. The chorus will also perform J.S. Bach's Cantata #14t). The Dixon's belong to the IDS church. Heidi is in the choir. Soloists for the Dona Nobis Pacem are Helen Maynard, mezza soprano and Harold Hamler, Baritone. Featured soliests in the Bach Cantata arc Margaret Hannah, organist, Dian Manetti and Heidi Dixon, sopranos; Helen Maynard, mezzo-soprano; Carl Hansen. tenor; and Rolando Franko, bass. This concert is made possible by grants from the Nevada State Council on the Arts. The National Endowment for the Arts (a federal agency) and the Music Performance Trust Fund (Courtesy Musicians Local *369. Jack Foy President). Heidi has trained for G usic and voice all her e. In Kansas City her high school training was with the Conservatory of Music, she studied at Brigham Young U. and later at Washington D.C. her voice teacher was the acclaimed Mrs. Bernice Yingling. Ronald, her husband, informed her of the Musical Arts Workshop even before her arrival in Boulder City 7 weeks ago. She immediately became involved and is so enthusiastic that she urges everyone who loves to sing to contact the group at45l-6672. There will be another concert rehearsing beginning in March. The performance will be Jews in krsel. Heidi also said she would welcome friends who would like to^ attend the rehearsal of the present workshop • performance. Please fee) free to call Heidi with questions. The Story of Concert in Capsule Vaughan William's powerful Dona Nobis 17 Pacem was written in 1936. In 1911, Vaughan Williams wrote a choral setting of Wak Whitman's "Dirge for Two Veterans" from tht American Civil War poem "Drum Taps". Perhaps feeling that it did not stand satisfactorily by itself, he put it away. It re-emerged twenty-five years later as the fourth movement of the cantata. Dona Nobis Pacem. This compassionate work was composed for the • centenary of the Huddlasfield Choral Society, but it was also intended as a warning at a time when Europe was moving toward another major war. Bach's Cantata #146, Through Bitter Tribulation, was written in 1740 to be performed the third Sunday after Easter. The Sinfonia with which the Cantata begins is the first movement of Bach's D minor clavier Concerto. The choral movement is the Adagio movement of the same concerto. Bach having added the voice parts to the orchestral piece, a masterpiece of ingenuity and skill. • • • w YOU SHOULD BE CONCERNED ABOUT YOUR RVATER ALL MEW Stainl§$8 Stml WATER OISTIUER • Rormtt • Mo plumbing MOMaary Thtn ari ovr 12 ttw u aand dywlMli pn the martat today, SOOkbatng addad yaariy RagardlM t*wtMr you llv, In tt dty or (ht farm, aema o< ihaaa I oowM bo gottlng into your drinkI InQ Mlar. Titoroforo, wo ^1 you stouW havo two aouroaa o( wiior,' no lor watorlng tfio lawn, waalv I Ing dotttaa and diahoa. fluthtng • tOllot-(tto otOar lor drinking and j oooklfi|. I Tana a( thouaanda ol nn (tw Unttad Staiaa ad m '%tgn oouMrlaa ar now uaing. our portaMa wot# dMitan. iMd lor froo iNaraturo na wHVHPIIippv|r I^Pi. iblAt SOIINSCN'S SfWINOONTEr WAVE C. B.C lOHAIWOOD CONSUMEIS .^ AFfUANa lliLLAOiaApDIL BON. NCV. ARE YOU BUYINO BOHLED WATER AT 65* OR 70* A OAL ? Distill your own for approximately 5' a gallon with a pure water company distiller. Ed Norwood • Consumer Appliance 118 E. Lake Meod (next to 7-11) 564-2210 r ^ TUES. THRU SAT. £ Ulyuat S. Grmt'i ffvorita braakfiit wti a cucumbar drenchad in vtnagar. ^^K.^^ CX.0TBXKO ^/S^ 3VAVB ^^"^iK^ TRAILER FOR SALE NOTICE it horoby givon that NELSON CONWAY and < SANDRA CONWAY, Co-S{M
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    A'--l#' ..^—^---M W <^- l9Hi:i£lV£D.l .1 BE OUR GUESTS FOR OUR FAMOUS ANNUAL... SERVED 12 NOON TO 10 PM THANKSGIVING DAY TOMATO OR ORANGE JUICE OR CHICKEN GUMBO SOUP WALDORF SALAD OR TOSSED GREEN SAIAD RmlTeKda Tuiiktti SAVORY DRESSING, CflANBbRRY SAUCE Baked Sugar Cured Uhguud KoMi TROPICAL SAUCE. CANDIDED YAMS Fresh Filet of Red SKOdba TARTER SAUCE. LEMON WEDGE Choice Cut Keut Uo^ Sieoit ^ Wm< ONION RINGS ALL MEALS INCLUOE Pumpkin Pie with Whipped Cream Hot Mince Pie with Brandy Sauce. Pudding or Ice Cream Coffee or Iced Tea. HAVE A... / SERVED 12 NOON Til ?? Thursday, November 23 V Vmh mm Vkim •VEGETABLE • PLUS TRIP TO OUR SALAD BAR / CHOICE OF SAlADS CONSISTING OF 3 BEAN, JELUED \ CARROT, WALDORF, RICE PUDDING & MANY OTHERS i FREE Gloss / "; /> Choice of drifi, \ of Wine or ---,JuLi^ coffee or tea Apple Cider i GOLD STRIKE Thanksgiving Buffet THANKSGIVING BUFET.... 3^ SERVED AT m PM FREE MOVIE ICNIUIIREN MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY ADULTS) SL0TS-21-BIG WHEEL-(Gpen 24 HRS) We will be closed Thanksgiving Day to enable our empfoyees^ to enjoy the Holiday v\/ith their famiries • NICK'S SUPPER CLUB 15 LAKE MEAD DRIVE • HENDERSON • TELEPHONE 565^122 WHERE YOU EXPECT THE BEST & GET IT • w^ >/ ^' i^->'i-^Ay^'wiQRftQ'2s^ ^m MTElaiCASM JOINUSTHflNKSGIVINGDflYfl AT RfllLRORDPflSS V 'THRNKSGIVINGFERST SERVED FROM IliX) AM ROflSTTOm TURKEY OR BAKED Hnm DINNER INCLUDING •CHICKEN SURPREME SOUP • SALAD BAR • MASHED POTATOES WITH GRAVY • CANDIED YAMS • TURKEY DRESSING • PEAS & CARROTS • CRANBERRY SAUCE • HOT MINI LOAF OF BREAD • MINCE OR PUMPKIN PIE • COFFEE TEA OR MILK ""^^S.PS 5K2.45 Reservations

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    A'--l#' ..^—^---M W <^- l9Hi:i£lV£D.l .1 BE OUR GUESTS FOR OUR FAMOUS ANNUAL... SERVED 12 NOON TO 10 PM THANKSGIVING DAY TOMATO OR ORANGE JUICE OR CHICKEN GUMBO SOUP WALDORF SALAD OR TOSSED GREEN SAIAD RmlTeKda Tuiiktti SAVORY DRESSING, CflANBbRRY SAUCE Baked Sugar Cured Uhguud KoMi TROPICAL SAUCE. CANDIDED YAMS Fresh Filet of Red SKOdba TARTER SAUCE. LEMON WEDGE Choice Cut Keut Uo^ Sieoit ^ Wm< ONION RINGS ALL MEALS INCLUOE Pumpkin Pie with Whipped Cream Hot Mince Pie with Brandy Sauce. Pudding or Ice Cream Coffee or Iced Tea. HAVE A... / SERVED 12 NOON Til ?? Thursday, November 23 V Vmh mm Vkim •VEGETABLE • PLUS TRIP TO OUR SALAD BAR / CHOICE OF SAlADS CONSISTING OF 3 BEAN, JELUED \ CARROT, WALDORF, RICE PUDDING & MANY OTHERS i FREE Gloss / "; /> Choice of drifi, \ of Wine or ---,JuLi^ coffee or tea Apple Cider i GOLD STRIKE Thanksgiving Buffet THANKSGIVING BUFET.... 3^ SERVED AT m PM FREE MOVIE ICNIUIIREN MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY ADULTS) SL0TS-21-BIG WHEEL-(Gpen 24 HRS) We will be closed Thanksgiving Day to enable our empfoyees^ to enjoy the Holiday v\/ith their famiries • NICK'S SUPPER CLUB 15 LAKE MEAD DRIVE • HENDERSON • TELEPHONE 565^122 WHERE YOU EXPECT THE BEST & GET IT • w^ >/ ^' i^->'i-^Ay^'wiQRftQ'2s^ ^m MTElaiCASM JOINUSTHflNKSGIVINGDflYfl AT RfllLRORDPflSS V 'THRNKSGIVINGFERST SERVED FROM IliX) AM ROflSTTOm TURKEY OR BAKED Hnm DINNER INCLUDING •CHICKEN SURPREME SOUP • SALAD BAR • MASHED POTATOES WITH GRAVY • CANDIED YAMS • TURKEY DRESSING • PEAS & CARROTS • CRANBERRY SAUCE • HOT MINI LOAF OF BREAD • MINCE OR PUMPKIN PIE • COFFEE TEA OR MILK ""^^S.PS 5K2.45 Reservations

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    IV h U 1 ms^^mmm Htndtnon Hm Ntwt and Boulckr City Nws Ducks Unlimited to Meet An impressive array of gifts, including a valu tibte Ithaca comnernorative shotgun, I be awarded as Ninth Annual Fund Raising Banquet in Las Vegas on Nov. 29. Scheduled to beign at 6:30 p.m in the Sahara Untol'v; ^na(

    nt>r the include a cocktail party hosted by the Hotel, dinner, door prizes, raffles, auctions and a variety of other activities. Admission to the banquet inNINO & FAMILY ITALIAN RESTAURANT Proudly Presents The 1st of Their Annual Primo De Le Fiesti iBefore The Holidaysl FESTIVAL NOVEMBER 26 TO DECEMBER 23 rUN ANDGAITY AND PRIZES FOR ALL ENJOY AUTHENTIC FRUIT AND NUT BASKET BEFORE YOUR DINNER ONLY DURING THIS HOLIDAY DOES NINO FEATURE THIS DESERTTHE POPULAR ITALIAN PASTRY .. "CONOLI" WE WILL BE GIVING AWAY DELICIOUS ITALIAN COOKiES. THERE WILL BE A CONTINUOUS DRAWING FOR PRIZES YOU CAN BE A WINNER! COME ONE COME ALL AND ENJOY A HOLIDAY TIME WITH NINO WHO COOKS FOR YOU & FAMILY WHO SERVES YOU. N/NO BALLOONS FOR THE KIDS 1634 NEVADA HIGHWAY • aC. • 293-2824 Ducks Unlimited and a subscription to its magazine. According to Wayne E. Kirch, Las Vegas DU Area Chairman, "The annual Ducks Unlimited Banquet is Las Vegas' prestige sporting evettt of the year and brings together both'sportsman and conservationists concerned for the welfare of North America's waterfowl populations." Prizes to be given away or auctioned to participants include 35 shotguns and rifles, a Honda B BRI FROM THE B&B CORNER Credit card: a convenient way to spend money you wish you had. College student home from Europe: "They're loaded over there. Everyone has a foreign car." The 1979 calendars are arriving, with their subtle reminder that maybe you should find the time next year that you couldn't find this year to do the things you put off last year. Tax loopholes are like parking spaces. They always seem to disappear by the time you get there. .Molhing is harder than cutting out nonessential .spending --except getting the family to agree on what that is. Onethingthat'sessential:COMEIN'AND GET .ACQUAINTED WITH THE MAGIC OF MICKOWAVE .AT BILL MERRELLS TV & APPLIANCE. 133 WATER ST. „ "SALES & SERVICE Jl PH. 565-879.8 m U} WATS SI. TV I AmiANCE SALES SERVICE ^ MMMW^M^MMMMM^MMMMMMM^M^m motorcycle, a side of beef and an original wildlife painting by Andrew "Dick Johnson, a local artist whose work is featured on the First Natonaj^ Bank of NevaflVs iy?9 calendar. Limited editions of wildlife art prints an a variety of fishing and hunting equipment items will also be available during the evenings activities. Ducks Unlimited a private non profit membership organization, was founded in 1937 to help restore and reI j Thvrtdoy, Nevmbr 23, 1971 POfcM habilitate prime waterfowl breeding grounds in Canada,where over 70 percent of North America's waterfowl are hatched. Since its inception, more than 40 years ago, over $70,000,000 has been raised of which $58,000,000 has been spent on wetland improivement and management. Membership in Ducks Unlimited is approximately 250,000 prsons, many of whom are affiliated with 1,100 individual chapters throughout the nation In addition, DU boasts of ovtfr 15,000 boys and girls under 4he age of 16 years enrolled in its Greenwing program. According to Kirch. 'Federal duck stamp dollars cannot be spent beyond U.S. borders and, as a result, sportsman funds earmarked for waterfowl conservation are not getting to where they are needed the most •• in Canada where the majority of waterfowl production takes place. It is at banquets such as Las Vegas' fund raising affair where the majority of DU's conservation funds are raised." Swm Hunting to be Better this Year BILL MERRELL'S n. M54m Whistling swan hunters will find an increased amount of hunting area in Lahontan Valley during this, the tenth consecutive year the federal government has allowed limited hunting ofthese birds in Nevada. The season, which opened Nov. 4 to hunting in Churchill County only, will remain so through Jan. 7 to 500 tag holders who applied for and received one of-the U.S. Fish and WildLife Service, tags. Issuance of the tags is handled each year by Nevada Department of Fish and Game. This year, 620 applicants were received with a drawing held Oct. 5 to award the 500 tags to the successful applicants. Swan hunting is limited to Churchill County by the federal government. Mo.st pursue them at the Stillwater Wildlife Management Area near Fallen where the birds congregate each year. "Generally, hunters should do better this year than last, when the same number of hunters harvested only 84 swan. the lowest take recorded since the first hunt in 1969,'^accordingto Larry Barngrover, department waterfowl staff specialist. "Two years of drought and a general cutback in the amount of water entering Lahontan Valley left Stillwater nearly dry last year. The cutback in huntable marsh area really affected our harvest last year." "An increase in the amount of water reaq^ing the Stillwater area this year has resulted in an increase in hunting area. Hunters will find the Nutgrass and Goo.se Lake units in ver>' good shape. The Lead Lake unit also has water, although it is somewhat shallow," Barngrover explained. He said that Stillwater is in about the same shape currently as it was in -in 1976 when hunters took 206 swan, the sec ond highest harvest re corded "Normally." Barngrover said, "'.swan do not start arriving in Nevada until tlve first week in November, with the best success experiFOR A HAPPY ThANksqiviNQ enced in late November and early December when a large number of these birds are found throughout Lahontan Valley." He said swan are also found on the many regulating reservoirs around Fallon such as Rattlesnake, Sheckler and Harmon. All of these currently hold water and should throughout the season. During the past nine seasons, 1,298 swans have been harvested Avith a total 500 tags available each year. Utah and Montana are the only other states where whistling swan hunting is allowed. "Ntvr cut what you ci untM." Jowph Joubtrt ans/GzsA Ij HMMMttA *i^ THE MAkC Ta Ts oiBMAW itc^l^ :BOyuu t Hcndefton Hme Nwi and Beuldar City Nws Thwnday, Nvtmbtr 33,1971 from the Police Blotter iMiMtrCity .13 7:24 a.m.; Report of truck parked on Wyoming creating traffic hazard. Officer checks, reports no hazard....7:30 a.m.; Caller reports theft of CB radio f^om their I rNM 1119 WWMft tO thl9 Mid other crucial quaatlena by tMdlflg lor NEW LIFE GUIDES (M In lhMn)l ABSOLUTELY FREE...no present or future obligation! Get answers from the world's mosf autfioritative book on life and happiness.. The Bible! DiKOver a NEW Um Yaal lend Me the NEW LIFE QUtOES./.Freel Mr Mr> MIM (pllM pnni) • asm CT7 TTIT Mail today to -^hgrn •••IS flKLM AaeMi. CaNI. sessj vehicle while parked on Bronco Rd....8;15 a.m.; Report of theft frojn con— struction site on Utah....8.30 a.m.; Report oT vehicle parked in same spot on California Street for several days. City crew needs to work there. Owner of vehicle contacted, will move....9:45 a.m.; BusinessTeports theft of microwave oven from store....9:45 a.m.; Report of check received at local business written on insufficient funds. Report taken....9:59 a.m.; Call for emergency assist in getiiiig subject back in bed following fall. Rescue notified...10:36 a.m.; General alarm at B.C. Hospital. Police, fire and rescue respond. Alarm set off in error....1:30 p.m.; Report of mattress on fire at rear of Girl Scout building. Fire Department notified..2:53 p.m.; Report of vehicle fire on Nevada Highway by Mobile Station. Fire Department 21 Legislature Should Abide By Sunshine Jack Fergusen used ta ride horseback and attended rodeos inW.yoming. He remembers the campfires and a favorite of the boys • "^orn Fritters." He still cooks them up for his wife of 3$ years, Mindy, and wants to share an old favorite with us. 1 cup sifted flour; 1 teaspoon baking powder; 3/4 teaspoon salt (or to taste); 1/4 teaspoon paprika; 2 cups cut cooked com (or canned • not creamed): 2 eggs, separated. Sift flour, baking powder, salt and paprik.a together. Add com and beaten egg yolks. Fold in stiffly beaten egg whites. Fry in hot deep fat (365 degrees until browned. Drain on absorbent paper. Top with butter,-margarine, jam, syrup, fruit, or confectioner's sugarwhatever suKs your parti' cular taste buds • or "All or nothing at aU." Thanks for the recipe Jack, and all that "cMnI' notifivd....4:55p.m.; Report of gas skip from local service station....6:02 p.m.; Request for extra patrol at local professional building following evidence of attempted break-in....6:22 p.m.; Report of vehicle parked on Wyoming for several days. Owaer contacted, will move....10:50 p.m.; Residential alarm sounds at station. Officers respond, report all secure.... 14 6:36 a.m.; Residential alarm sounds at station. Officer responds, reports all O.K.....9:27 a.m.; Report of gas skip from local service station. Subject returns on own, pays..9:45 a.m.; Report of gas skip fh>m local service station. Description of vehicle given. Second report on same vehicle nearly running into another car. Officers unable to locate....3:51 p.m.; Report of disturbance on Foothill. Officer requested, responds and settles....3:56 p.m.; Report of person sleeping on. sidewalk on Wyoming. Officer checks, reports subject O.K 5:30 p.m.; Report of vehicle parked the wrong way on Irene, appears suspicious. Officers check, reports occupants waiting for friend to come home. Vehicle turned around to park correctly....6 p.m.; Report of runaway local juvenile. Report taken....6:46 p.m.; Report of power outage on Avenue L. City notified....7.07 p.m.; Residentilil alarm sounds at station. Officers respond, report all O.K. ....7:48 p.m.; Report of vehicle speeding and racing in Lakeview area. Gone on arrival of police....9:55 p.m.; Report of vehicle driving over sidewalk in fh)nt of Girl Scout building nearly hitting subject. Officers unable to lo' cate.... IS 1:35 a.m.; Motel reports damage done by persons in rented truck. Officers locate, stop vehicle. Reports taken....2:01 a.m.; Re' quest to assist in dispute at local motel. Done....9:10 a.m.; Abandoned vehicle found and impounded west of powerlines....l:50 p.m.; Report of brush fire near Railroad Pass. Fire Dept. notified....3:12 p.m.; Impound notice placed on motorcycle left at Avenue B and Adams....6:28 p.m.; Report of suspicious per^ son at local food estabOOWNTMm HENDB60N TCceeMeiiH^lftiBWoi|. (M ONfti ^29.75. Ccweu aiifla(MbaitaiiiielCeilaiiCibii{iUi I00\ niit 2009Nitoiie(iiiim6 oAibifNi'ieliMt SHIES' ICanub LOOK FOR OUR HNiWMinmni 18 WATB) ST lllkitfl IfWIlidtt 564-19(3 lishment. Officer responds, settles at scene....6:46 p.m.; Caller reports witnessing a female subject being forced into vehicle on Adams. Officer cheeks, reports is boyfreindgirlfi-iend |^pute....8:30 p.m.; Report of suspicious person on Gloria Lane. Officer responds, unable to locate....8:41 p.m.; Report of juveniles screaming in street on Greenbrjar. Officer checks, reports O.K Nov. 16 7:30 a.m.; Report of jogger bitten by dog on Red Mountain Drive....8:33 a.m.; Report of suspious person on Sixth Street. Officer unable to locate....8:58 a.m.; Business alarm sounds at station. Officer checks, reports employee error....9:53 a.m.; Request to assist Henderson Court reference warrenton B.C. resident. Settled by phone... 10:22 a.m.; Report of damage at dog pound....2:12 p.m.; Report of suspicious vehi cle on Redwood. Gone on police arrival 2:41 p.m.; Report of vehicle speeding on Mancha almost striking children at play. Registration taken. Police contact owner who will handle (driver apparently son)....3:27 p.m.; Illegal alien arrested while hitchhiking at East Wye....5:17 p.m.; Report of vehicle parked on Arlene Way for several days. Impound notice written....6^p.m.; Tourist reports losing ring....6:40 p.m.; Report of juvenile harassment on Avenue G....8:b5 p.m.; Motorcylcle! at Adams and B impounded....9:53 p.m.; Report of domestic dispute on Red Mountain Drive. Settled....! 1:10 p.m.; Report of domestic dispute at local motel. Settled....11:15 p.m.; Metro requests assist in locating runaway female juvenile possibly staying here. Residence checked but no answer. Subject later located, arrested as runaway....11:15 a.m; Report for ambulance at Law Say Commissioners County Commissioner Bob Broadbent told the Nevada Association of County Commissioners at its three-day annual convention at the Marina Hotel, that if the local governments have to comply with the open meeting law then the legislature should do so also. At iU time dijr uutual, iMVMtioa at tke Muina HoUl whick cciMluded Sstordijr. tke sUU's "Vain tnat" — eMnpriaed of com• Usioiieri (rora all 17 coutiea aleo Mlofitd a pUn to lUow publie otBcialt ta • eet in "'cloaed legalgovtniof body deUberaliou. bMhidiag real eeut tran ueUus and foundation gruta." TIM propoMh in Reaoititioa jk. 7M6 regirding Uw Kato'a Open Meeting Law, [leo coBtain revisions Uungiiig UM definitioa oT meetiBg" in the law to mean mhr tkoae gatherings at nich lonnal aetioo ia taken, tbangiog the notice period ran "three working days" to kkrat days," pennitting pseuiakM) of items DM on the [ubiished agenda and Uloiring closed door sessions M issues dealing with alBraey-dient privilege, suck y l>pJ matters on real estate masses. If we have to abide by UM )pen Meeting Law I don't see rhy the Legislature isn't jiaquired to do Uie same." Bob Irwdbent. CUrk County ioaunissiooer who chairs Uie kigislativt committee of $ACC told the group. J| The Nevada Legialature is snrrenUy exempt from Uie provisions of the Open fUetingLawsUtote. i Tbe 1977 law requires thU 41 githerings which include a Quorum of a public body be annoMwd at least tkree forking daya in advance by tke posting of s published iTke Himwlssins or cooadl to t^ items j iMsl setioa 4^mstters not on tke sgeods. The Uw wu Ibrmukited for Ike purpose of preventiig goverament bodies from nectiof in secret sessions and afterwards psasing paUidy items discussed behind closed doors. The discussion^ snd resolutions Involving open public meetings were just a smsll portion of bulky paeka|e of legialation drafted by sUtewide county commissioners for consideration in the 1979 Legislature. • Other approved legislstive profMsals include: A request to tbe Legislature to analyse tke impact of QuettMo 6. the tu reform measure, aa to distribute tke potential kM is praps rt y tsx revenue evenly among state, county sad dty leveh if passed. — A legislative ethics code which prohibits senators and assemblymen from lobbying legislative business before any state and locak government body. — To review the possibitity of taxing mobile homes u permanent reaidencea. Acconling to the NACC, tke group feels mobile homes are not equally taxed and that residents in permanent dwellings are carrying a heavier tax burden. — NACC opposed a proposal undecided in 1977 by the Legislature which wouM take the county clerks out of |4Pr;9mrt (jerk po^i^ SQ^ MkiM J%ak to hire tbet ow* Court darks. — Retention in tbe counties of the 11 cenU of the ad vaktrem property tax rate which goes to the sUte for tke SUte Aid to Uie Medkslly Indigent program. — The NACC overwhelmingly approved removal of the Nevada constitutional provisk>n restricting publie eflH>loyes salaries to 96 per cent of the governor s salary and turning the responsibility of sKUng salariss bsck totko county commissioners. The organixaUon exempted itself from tke salary provisioai di the proposal. The AssocisUoD endorssd the creation of a Gubernatorial Blue Ribbon ComnissMNi, supported with appropriate staifl, to study statewide growth an^ planning issues. DeleUoo of Uie office of county public administrator u so elected ofTue. Voiced opposition to the cresUoo of a atate appellate court. Supported rt-enactment of federal revenue sharing, a program which expires io 1980. Distribution among Uie counties of the entertainment tax which is now controlled by tbesUte. Support of a new medhmi security pnsoo in White Pine County U> assist Uic finsneea Uiere. An increase in the limit on the purchases for which a bidcthig frOiM2,SD0 to Sfi,aOO. AUawaoce of an additional two cenU in specisl motor vehicle taxes. Due to infUtwn, NACC said the 1979 Legislature should reconsider the current per diem and kxlging expenses allowed to county officials during travel A return of 25 per cent of tbe county gaming Ucense tu to the county level, instead ol going to the state. A specific meaning to sUte laws which apply to counties renting out public buildings for medical offices. Clark County has been sued over plans to iesse parts of an addition at Southern Memorial Hospital for doetor's ofBces. Keeping from the state the 36 cents it takes from Uie •dvakrem tax rate. USBR. Rescue notified....10:45 a.m.; Report of vehicle with possible illegal plates parked on Sorrel. Officer checks, settles....11:43 a.m.; Vehicle impound placed on vehicle parked on New Mexico....10 a.m.; Report of gas skip....3:53 p.m.; Report of accident on U.S. 93 east of city limits. Rescue responds....3:50 p.m.; Report of vehicle parked on Avenue C for several weeks. Impound notice placed on....4:09 p.m.; Report of juveniles playing in street at Utah, Adams. Gone on arrival of police....6:08 p.m.; Report of vehicle fire on Avenue B. Fire Dept. notified....7:38 p.m.; Report of fight at local tavern. Officers check, report no fight. .10: 14 p.m.; Report of possible intoxicated driver on Nevada Highway. Henderson notified. .11:24 p.m.; Report of loud music at Govt. Park. Police settle... Nov. II 12:35 a.m.; Request for ambulence on Nevada Highway. Rescue notified... 12;53a.m.; Henderson PD reports chasing vehicle driven by B.C. resident heading this way. Second call reports vehicle has crashed....9:56 a.m.; Request of ambulance for transport of Ave. L resident. Rescue notified....9:33 a.m.; Runaway female juvenile picked up....l 1:47 a.m.; Report of non-injury accident on Avenue K....12:44 p.m.; Lynwood resident requests ambulance. Rescue notified....3:39 p.m.; Request for officer reference doinestic dispute on Cedar. Settled. ...4:19 p.m.; Report of tracer-trailer jackknifed on Nevada Highway near Railroad Pass. No injuries....4:40 p.m.; Request for officer on Foothill reference dispute. Two taken into custody on disorderly conduct charges. .5:43 p.m.; Resident reports getting obsence calls from females....6:53 p.m.; Report of loud music on Esther Settled. ...9:35 p.m.; Girls reports parents fighting on Avenue K. Officer settles at scene Nov. 19 8:07a.m.; Reportof dog running at large on Red. Mtn, Drive. Owner contacted....8:30 a.m.; Report of open manhole at DRI... 10:57 a.m.; Request for health and welfare check on elderly resident. Subject ill, rescue called. ..1:19 p.m.; Request to keep the peace on Rawhide. Settled ...1:30 p.m.; Request officer talk to nine year old shoplifter at local store. Released to parent.. .2:36 p.m.; Report of non-injury accident on Bronco... '^"^ mOHEV? nmnriun NOLOANOtlllOKCRFEEf NEVADA FIRST rj!fj?/Fr • jnUMMtt ISMlNi Of Education Computsn In The Classroom There'j good news for people concerned about providing the remedial and repetitive initructjon some students need to keep up A new low-coet microcomputer system can be a real "teacher's helper" The microcomputer cin be programmed to ask or aiuwer questions on virtually any subject, and tome prerecorded cassette programs m subjects like pnmary math and elementary algebra are already available Youngsters will study more too, because learning with a microcomputer is fun-more like playing a game than studying! A COMPUTER can "Waluabie tsschtr>9 tod, im students yt bstlsf tndw. bs • m ci• ra?^T ya-g"

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    IV h U 1 ms^^mmm Htndtnon Hm Ntwt and Boulckr City Nws Ducks Unlimited to Meet An impressive array of gifts, including a valu tibte Ithaca comnernorative shotgun, I be awarded as Ninth Annual Fund Raising Banquet in Las Vegas on Nov. 29. Scheduled to beign at 6:30 p.m in the Sahara Untol'v; ^na(

    nt>r the include a cocktail party hosted by the Hotel, dinner, door prizes, raffles, auctions and a variety of other activities. Admission to the banquet inNINO & FAMILY ITALIAN RESTAURANT Proudly Presents The 1st of Their Annual Primo De Le Fiesti iBefore The Holidaysl FESTIVAL NOVEMBER 26 TO DECEMBER 23 rUN ANDGAITY AND PRIZES FOR ALL ENJOY AUTHENTIC FRUIT AND NUT BASKET BEFORE YOUR DINNER ONLY DURING THIS HOLIDAY DOES NINO FEATURE THIS DESERTTHE POPULAR ITALIAN PASTRY .. "CONOLI" WE WILL BE GIVING AWAY DELICIOUS ITALIAN COOKiES. THERE WILL BE A CONTINUOUS DRAWING FOR PRIZES YOU CAN BE A WINNER! COME ONE COME ALL AND ENJOY A HOLIDAY TIME WITH NINO WHO COOKS FOR YOU & FAMILY WHO SERVES YOU. N/NO BALLOONS FOR THE KIDS 1634 NEVADA HIGHWAY • aC. • 293-2824 Ducks Unlimited and a subscription to its magazine. According to Wayne E. Kirch, Las Vegas DU Area Chairman, "The annual Ducks Unlimited Banquet is Las Vegas' prestige sporting evettt of the year and brings together both'sportsman and conservationists concerned for the welfare of North America's waterfowl populations." Prizes to be given away or auctioned to participants include 35 shotguns and rifles, a Honda B BRI FROM THE B&B CORNER Credit card: a convenient way to spend money you wish you had. College student home from Europe: "They're loaded over there. Everyone has a foreign car." The 1979 calendars are arriving, with their subtle reminder that maybe you should find the time next year that you couldn't find this year to do the things you put off last year. Tax loopholes are like parking spaces. They always seem to disappear by the time you get there. .Molhing is harder than cutting out nonessential .spending --except getting the family to agree on what that is. Onethingthat'sessential:COMEIN'AND GET .ACQUAINTED WITH THE MAGIC OF MICKOWAVE .AT BILL MERRELLS TV & APPLIANCE. 133 WATER ST. „ "SALES & SERVICE Jl PH. 565-879.8 m U} WATS SI. TV I AmiANCE SALES SERVICE ^ MMMW^M^MMMMM^MMMMMMM^M^m motorcycle, a side of beef and an original wildlife painting by Andrew "Dick Johnson, a local artist whose work is featured on the First Natonaj^ Bank of NevaflVs iy?9 calendar. Limited editions of wildlife art prints an a variety of fishing and hunting equipment items will also be available during the evenings activities. Ducks Unlimited a private non profit membership organization, was founded in 1937 to help restore and reI j Thvrtdoy, Nevmbr 23, 1971 POfcM habilitate prime waterfowl breeding grounds in Canada,where over 70 percent of North America's waterfowl are hatched. Since its inception, more than 40 years ago, over $70,000,000 has been raised of which $58,000,000 has been spent on wetland improivement and management. Membership in Ducks Unlimited is approximately 250,000 prsons, many of whom are affiliated with 1,100 individual chapters throughout the nation In addition, DU boasts of ovtfr 15,000 boys and girls under 4he age of 16 years enrolled in its Greenwing program. According to Kirch. 'Federal duck stamp dollars cannot be spent beyond U.S. borders and, as a result, sportsman funds earmarked for waterfowl conservation are not getting to where they are needed the most •• in Canada where the majority of waterfowl production takes place. It is at banquets such as Las Vegas' fund raising affair where the majority of DU's conservation funds are raised." Swm Hunting to be Better this Year BILL MERRELL'S n. M54m Whistling swan hunters will find an increased amount of hunting area in Lahontan Valley during this, the tenth consecutive year the federal government has allowed limited hunting ofthese birds in Nevada. The season, which opened Nov. 4 to hunting in Churchill County only, will remain so through Jan. 7 to 500 tag holders who applied for and received one of-the U.S. Fish and WildLife Service, tags. Issuance of the tags is handled each year by Nevada Department of Fish and Game. This year, 620 applicants were received with a drawing held Oct. 5 to award the 500 tags to the successful applicants. Swan hunting is limited to Churchill County by the federal government. Mo.st pursue them at the Stillwater Wildlife Management Area near Fallen where the birds congregate each year. "Generally, hunters should do better this year than last, when the same number of hunters harvested only 84 swan. the lowest take recorded since the first hunt in 1969,'^accordingto Larry Barngrover, department waterfowl staff specialist. "Two years of drought and a general cutback in the amount of water entering Lahontan Valley left Stillwater nearly dry last year. The cutback in huntable marsh area really affected our harvest last year." "An increase in the amount of water reaq^ing the Stillwater area this year has resulted in an increase in hunting area. Hunters will find the Nutgrass and Goo.se Lake units in ver>' good shape. The Lead Lake unit also has water, although it is somewhat shallow," Barngrover explained. He said that Stillwater is in about the same shape currently as it was in -in 1976 when hunters took 206 swan, the sec ond highest harvest re corded "Normally." Barngrover said, "'.swan do not start arriving in Nevada until tlve first week in November, with the best success experiFOR A HAPPY ThANksqiviNQ enced in late November and early December when a large number of these birds are found throughout Lahontan Valley." He said swan are also found on the many regulating reservoirs around Fallon such as Rattlesnake, Sheckler and Harmon. All of these currently hold water and should throughout the season. During the past nine seasons, 1,298 swans have been harvested Avith a total 500 tags available each year. Utah and Montana are the only other states where whistling swan hunting is allowed. "Ntvr cut what you ci untM." Jowph Joubtrt ans/GzsA Ij HMMMttA *i^ THE MAkC Ta Ts oiBMAW itc^l^ :BOyuu t Hcndefton Hme Nwi and Beuldar City Nws Thwnday, Nvtmbtr 33,1971 from the Police Blotter iMiMtrCity .13 7:24 a.m.; Report of truck parked on Wyoming creating traffic hazard. Officer checks, reports no hazard....7:30 a.m.; Caller reports theft of CB radio f^om their I rNM 1119 WWMft tO thl9 Mid other crucial quaatlena by tMdlflg lor NEW LIFE GUIDES (M In lhMn)l ABSOLUTELY FREE...no present or future obligation! Get answers from the world's mosf autfioritative book on life and happiness.. The Bible! DiKOver a NEW Um Yaal lend Me the NEW LIFE QUtOES./.Freel Mr Mr> MIM (pllM pnni) • asm CT7 TTIT Mail today to -^hgrn •••IS flKLM AaeMi. CaNI. sessj vehicle while parked on Bronco Rd....8;15 a.m.; Report of theft frojn con— struction site on Utah....8.30 a.m.; Report oT vehicle parked in same spot on California Street for several days. City crew needs to work there. Owner of vehicle contacted, will move....9:45 a.m.; BusinessTeports theft of microwave oven from store....9:45 a.m.; Report of check received at local business written on insufficient funds. Report taken....9:59 a.m.; Call for emergency assist in getiiiig subject back in bed following fall. Rescue notified...10:36 a.m.; General alarm at B.C. Hospital. Police, fire and rescue respond. Alarm set off in error....1:30 p.m.; Report of mattress on fire at rear of Girl Scout building. Fire Department notified..2:53 p.m.; Report of vehicle fire on Nevada Highway by Mobile Station. Fire Department 21 Legislature Should Abide By Sunshine Jack Fergusen used ta ride horseback and attended rodeos inW.yoming. He remembers the campfires and a favorite of the boys • "^orn Fritters." He still cooks them up for his wife of 3$ years, Mindy, and wants to share an old favorite with us. 1 cup sifted flour; 1 teaspoon baking powder; 3/4 teaspoon salt (or to taste); 1/4 teaspoon paprika; 2 cups cut cooked com (or canned • not creamed): 2 eggs, separated. Sift flour, baking powder, salt and paprik.a together. Add com and beaten egg yolks. Fold in stiffly beaten egg whites. Fry in hot deep fat (365 degrees until browned. Drain on absorbent paper. Top with butter,-margarine, jam, syrup, fruit, or confectioner's sugarwhatever suKs your parti' cular taste buds • or "All or nothing at aU." Thanks for the recipe Jack, and all that "cMnI' notifivd....4:55p.m.; Report of gas skip from local service station....6:02 p.m.; Request for extra patrol at local professional building following evidence of attempted break-in....6:22 p.m.; Report of vehicle parked on Wyoming for several days. Owaer contacted, will move....10:50 p.m.; Residential alarm sounds at station. Officers respond, report all secure.... 14 6:36 a.m.; Residential alarm sounds at station. Officer responds, reports all O.K.....9:27 a.m.; Report of gas skip from local service station. Subject returns on own, pays..9:45 a.m.; Report of gas skip fh>m local service station. Description of vehicle given. Second report on same vehicle nearly running into another car. Officers unable to locate....3:51 p.m.; Report of disturbance on Foothill. Officer requested, responds and settles....3:56 p.m.; Report of person sleeping on. sidewalk on Wyoming. Officer checks, reports subject O.K 5:30 p.m.; Report of vehicle parked the wrong way on Irene, appears suspicious. Officers check, reports occupants waiting for friend to come home. Vehicle turned around to park correctly....6 p.m.; Report of runaway local juvenile. Report taken....6:46 p.m.; Report of power outage on Avenue L. City notified....7.07 p.m.; Residentilil alarm sounds at station. Officers respond, report all O.K. ....7:48 p.m.; Report of vehicle speeding and racing in Lakeview area. Gone on arrival of police....9:55 p.m.; Report of vehicle driving over sidewalk in fh)nt of Girl Scout building nearly hitting subject. Officers unable to lo' cate.... IS 1:35 a.m.; Motel reports damage done by persons in rented truck. Officers locate, stop vehicle. Reports taken....2:01 a.m.; Re' quest to assist in dispute at local motel. Done....9:10 a.m.; Abandoned vehicle found and impounded west of powerlines....l:50 p.m.; Report of brush fire near Railroad Pass. Fire Dept. notified....3:12 p.m.; Impound notice placed on motorcycle left at Avenue B and Adams....6:28 p.m.; Report of suspicious per^ son at local food estabOOWNTMm HENDB60N TCceeMeiiH^lftiBWoi|. (M ONfti ^29.75. Ccweu aiifla(MbaitaiiiielCeilaiiCibii{iUi I00\ niit 2009Nitoiie(iiiim6 oAibifNi'ieliMt SHIES' ICanub LOOK FOR OUR HNiWMinmni 18 WATB) ST lllkitfl IfWIlidtt 564-19(3 lishment. Officer responds, settles at scene....6:46 p.m.; Caller reports witnessing a female subject being forced into vehicle on Adams. Officer cheeks, reports is boyfreindgirlfi-iend |^pute....8:30 p.m.; Report of suspicious person on Gloria Lane. Officer responds, unable to locate....8:41 p.m.; Report of juveniles screaming in street on Greenbrjar. Officer checks, reports O.K Nov. 16 7:30 a.m.; Report of jogger bitten by dog on Red Mountain Drive....8:33 a.m.; Report of suspious person on Sixth Street. Officer unable to locate....8:58 a.m.; Business alarm sounds at station. Officer checks, reports employee error....9:53 a.m.; Request to assist Henderson Court reference warrenton B.C. resident. Settled by phone... 10:22 a.m.; Report of damage at dog pound....2:12 p.m.; Report of suspicious vehi cle on Redwood. Gone on police arrival 2:41 p.m.; Report of vehicle speeding on Mancha almost striking children at play. Registration taken. Police contact owner who will handle (driver apparently son)....3:27 p.m.; Illegal alien arrested while hitchhiking at East Wye....5:17 p.m.; Report of vehicle parked on Arlene Way for several days. Impound notice written....6^p.m.; Tourist reports losing ring....6:40 p.m.; Report of juvenile harassment on Avenue G....8:b5 p.m.; Motorcylcle! at Adams and B impounded....9:53 p.m.; Report of domestic dispute on Red Mountain Drive. Settled....! 1:10 p.m.; Report of domestic dispute at local motel. Settled....11:15 p.m.; Metro requests assist in locating runaway female juvenile possibly staying here. Residence checked but no answer. Subject later located, arrested as runaway....11:15 a.m; Report for ambulance at Law Say Commissioners County Commissioner Bob Broadbent told the Nevada Association of County Commissioners at its three-day annual convention at the Marina Hotel, that if the local governments have to comply with the open meeting law then the legislature should do so also. At iU time dijr uutual, iMVMtioa at tke Muina HoUl whick cciMluded Sstordijr. tke sUU's "Vain tnat" — eMnpriaed of com• Usioiieri (rora all 17 coutiea aleo Mlofitd a pUn to lUow publie otBcialt ta • eet in "'cloaed legalgovtniof body deUberaliou. bMhidiag real eeut tran ueUus and foundation gruta." TIM propoMh in Reaoititioa jk. 7M6 regirding Uw Kato'a Open Meeting Law, [leo coBtain revisions Uungiiig UM definitioa oT meetiBg" in the law to mean mhr tkoae gatherings at nich lonnal aetioo ia taken, tbangiog the notice period ran "three working days" to kkrat days," pennitting pseuiakM) of items DM on the [ubiished agenda and Uloiring closed door sessions M issues dealing with alBraey-dient privilege, suck y l>pJ matters on real estate masses. If we have to abide by UM )pen Meeting Law I don't see rhy the Legislature isn't jiaquired to do Uie same." Bob Irwdbent. CUrk County ioaunissiooer who chairs Uie kigislativt committee of $ACC told the group. J| The Nevada Legialature is snrrenUy exempt from Uie provisions of the Open fUetingLawsUtote. i Tbe 1977 law requires thU 41 githerings which include a Quorum of a public body be annoMwd at least tkree forking daya in advance by tke posting of s published iTke Himwlssins or cooadl to t^ items j iMsl setioa 4^mstters not on tke sgeods. The Uw wu Ibrmukited for Ike purpose of preventiig goverament bodies from nectiof in secret sessions and afterwards psasing paUidy items discussed behind closed doors. The discussion^ snd resolutions Involving open public meetings were just a smsll portion of bulky paeka|e of legialation drafted by sUtewide county commissioners for consideration in the 1979 Legislature. • Other approved legislstive profMsals include: A request to tbe Legislature to analyse tke impact of QuettMo 6. the tu reform measure, aa to distribute tke potential kM is praps rt y tsx revenue evenly among state, county sad dty leveh if passed. — A legislative ethics code which prohibits senators and assemblymen from lobbying legislative business before any state and locak government body. — To review the possibitity of taxing mobile homes u permanent reaidencea. Acconling to the NACC, tke group feels mobile homes are not equally taxed and that residents in permanent dwellings are carrying a heavier tax burden. — NACC opposed a proposal undecided in 1977 by the Legislature which wouM take the county clerks out of |4Pr;9mrt (jerk po^i^ SQ^ MkiM J%ak to hire tbet ow* Court darks. — Retention in tbe counties of the 11 cenU of the ad vaktrem property tax rate which goes to the sUte for tke SUte Aid to Uie Medkslly Indigent program. — The NACC overwhelmingly approved removal of the Nevada constitutional provisk>n restricting publie eflH>loyes salaries to 96 per cent of the governor s salary and turning the responsibility of sKUng salariss bsck totko county commissioners. The organixaUon exempted itself from tke salary provisioai di the proposal. The AssocisUoD endorssd the creation of a Gubernatorial Blue Ribbon ComnissMNi, supported with appropriate staifl, to study statewide growth an^ planning issues. DeleUoo of Uie office of county public administrator u so elected ofTue. Voiced opposition to the cresUoo of a atate appellate court. Supported rt-enactment of federal revenue sharing, a program which expires io 1980. Distribution among Uie counties of the entertainment tax which is now controlled by tbesUte. Support of a new medhmi security pnsoo in White Pine County U> assist Uic finsneea Uiere. An increase in the limit on the purchases for which a bidcthig frOiM2,SD0 to Sfi,aOO. AUawaoce of an additional two cenU in specisl motor vehicle taxes. Due to infUtwn, NACC said the 1979 Legislature should reconsider the current per diem and kxlging expenses allowed to county officials during travel A return of 25 per cent of tbe county gaming Ucense tu to the county level, instead ol going to the state. A specific meaning to sUte laws which apply to counties renting out public buildings for medical offices. Clark County has been sued over plans to iesse parts of an addition at Southern Memorial Hospital for doetor's ofBces. Keeping from the state the 36 cents it takes from Uie •dvakrem tax rate. USBR. Rescue notified....10:45 a.m.; Report of vehicle with possible illegal plates parked on Sorrel. Officer checks, settles....11:43 a.m.; Vehicle impound placed on vehicle parked on New Mexico....10 a.m.; Report of gas skip....3:53 p.m.; Report of accident on U.S. 93 east of city limits. Rescue responds....3:50 p.m.; Report of vehicle parked on Avenue C for several weeks. Impound notice placed on....4:09 p.m.; Report of juveniles playing in street at Utah, Adams. Gone on arrival of police....6:08 p.m.; Report of vehicle fire on Avenue B. Fire Dept. notified....7:38 p.m.; Report of fight at local tavern. Officers check, report no fight. .10: 14 p.m.; Report of possible intoxicated driver on Nevada Highway. Henderson notified. .11:24 p.m.; Report of loud music at Govt. Park. Police settle... Nov. II 12:35 a.m.; Request for ambulence on Nevada Highway. Rescue notified... 12;53a.m.; Henderson PD reports chasing vehicle driven by B.C. resident heading this way. Second call reports vehicle has crashed....9:56 a.m.; Request of ambulance for transport of Ave. L resident. Rescue notified....9:33 a.m.; Runaway female juvenile picked up....l 1:47 a.m.; Report of non-injury accident on Avenue K....12:44 p.m.; Lynwood resident requests ambulance. Rescue notified....3:39 p.m.; Request for officer reference doinestic dispute on Cedar. Settled. ...4:19 p.m.; Report of tracer-trailer jackknifed on Nevada Highway near Railroad Pass. No injuries....4:40 p.m.; Request for officer on Foothill reference dispute. Two taken into custody on disorderly conduct charges. .5:43 p.m.; Resident reports getting obsence calls from females....6:53 p.m.; Report of loud music on Esther Settled. ...9:35 p.m.; Girls reports parents fighting on Avenue K. Officer settles at scene Nov. 19 8:07a.m.; Reportof dog running at large on Red. Mtn, Drive. Owner contacted....8:30 a.m.; Report of open manhole at DRI... 10:57 a.m.; Request for health and welfare check on elderly resident. Subject ill, rescue called. ..1:19 p.m.; Request to keep the peace on Rawhide. Settled ...1:30 p.m.; Request officer talk to nine year old shoplifter at local store. Released to parent.. .2:36 p.m.; Report of non-injury accident on Bronco... '^"^ mOHEV? nmnriun NOLOANOtlllOKCRFEEf NEVADA FIRST rj!fj?/Fr • jnUMMtt ISMlNi Of Education Computsn In The Classroom There'j good news for people concerned about providing the remedial and repetitive initructjon some students need to keep up A new low-coet microcomputer system can be a real "teacher's helper" The microcomputer cin be programmed to ask or aiuwer questions on virtually any subject, and tome prerecorded cassette programs m subjects like pnmary math and elementary algebra are already available Youngsters will study more too, because learning with a microcomputer is fun-more like playing a game than studying! A COMPUTER can "Waluabie tsschtr>9 tod, im students yt bstlsf tndw. bs • m ci• ra?^T ya-g"

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    Hn home outside the village nestled in the mountam.s. During Mike's stay he loured the vineyardy surrounding countryside, the nearby town of Grenoble where the 1^68 World orym pics were held, and visited nearby Switzerland and Germany. Philippe pointed out the moun tains where he goes ski ing in the winter and the summer sun is unable to melt the snow on the peaks "Spending time in France improved ailing French 1 arrived with Mike mentioned Philippe s parents spoke fluent French and-Mike was able to communicate with Philippe's parents both in French and English. The boys enjoyed tennis bouts and swimming Mike made comparisons on education, food, dating, and customs with that of the American teenager "We ate differently" he pointed out, "with fresh vegetables' boiled or baked, meats and at times French pastry which 1 enjoyed tremendously. The fresh vegetables well I grew used to it. People take their time and live a slower and more relaxed ^ way of life. Dating was different, also. I rather enjoyed it for the young people would date in groups. We had plain tun and would go everywhere together and they were friendly and man nerly. The kids don't date alone over there until they plan on getting married. The girls would wear more dresses than the slacks you see here, and the fellows preferred jeans and tee shirts When we all went out to some ptice spectal we would dress for the oc : casion Ping-pom P*"^'" • were given for me and the teenagers danced to hard-rock. Another good point was that college education is free outside of books, room and board but they are harder to get in for the exams are very strict. The government picks up the tab for this." Philippe's father is an Architectural Consultant and pointed out the old French architecture of Grenoble, orginally a Roman. town. Mr. Bichard took Mike. Philippe and his family on a trip to Northern France and England. Mike visited the Eiffel Tower in Paris and dined at side walk cafes. He mentioned that there are no "hamburger drive-ins" but the more "formal" sandwich is served at the outdoor cafes. "Normandy was like another country," Mike said, "and I saw an interesting French castle there." The Bichards then took the boys and their car on a boat across the English Channel to England where Mike enjoyed visitingtheoldCathedralat Exeter. He found the English to be • "not too different from the American." Then it was back to Philippe's little village where Mike spent the remainder of his vacation until he departed for the USA. .•\rriving at the Los .Angeles airport. Mike wa.s extremely tired. After a few days of rest, if he had the chance. Mike would return to France hut this time he would take time out to tour the remaining surrounding countries. "Philippe was a real sport and good friend and the Bichards were cordial and excellent hosts," Mike summed it up. Mike plans to study law in the future and is completing his Senior year of high school. for the support and confidence you have placed in me for so many years. I will do everything possible to merit your continued trust as your Attorney General. RICHARD BRYAN SURROUNDING COUNTRYSIDE OF ST. NAZAIRE LES EYEMES where Mike visitedl "WOW • THrS FEELS GOODI" •• Mike Barth cools his feet in o fountain in Southern France! f'al meaning frind it from the gypsy word for brother. VIEW OF EIFFEL TOWER FROM RIVER SEINE SORENSEN'S SEWING CENTER IW9 Ave. C. Boulder City, Nevada 293-3770 I Saitt i Srvict-All Mokci t Modtii Singer Approved Dealer"""" EIna Se'A'iq Mitchinf*. Royal Vacuum CleanerDrape,Mini BlindsCu.stojjJ>\l.idc Needle Work Latch Honk UULN I ('rew< I Kit.Kmb Fin-s I Pure Wnter Soiiety Slil KABRIC VAKN PATTERNS NATIONS TRIMS I.INKNS I VI-K 1)1,K I'olNT Thank You! Ifs Thanksgiving time and we truly thank you for your patronage and friendsNp. Joyous holiday wishes, from your neighborhood ... PHONE ORDERS' 'WELCOME /' 451-5555 ^ Sun. thru Thgrt ^ n 00 a m -10 00 p m Fri Sat 11 00 a mil 00 pm BASm-aOBBINS ICE CHEAM STORE 4738 EAST FLAMINGO ROAD T-BILLS PLUS! NEVADA FIRST THRIFT is now offering you .501% ABOVE T-BILL RATE! The Very Highest Interest Paid On 26-WEEK SAVING3 CERTIFICATES In the State of Nevada! $10,000 or f\/IORE-26 Weeks Interest Paid Monthl y or At Maturity (tax deferred) 9.497% IMcdiv* thrv Nv. 39, 1971 NO 8CVERE WITHDRAWAL PENALTIES (If funds withdrawn before maturity date, interest rate reverts to our liigh 6% passbook rate from date of deposit to date of Wllhdrawll.) Sln> mm ifwfr o w— crTMMa.- ww > c t<4t— -w MMM utiiai THE MEANING OF THE BAHA1 TEMPLES MI lhrn(ii;h ihf a^r^ mi-n hdvi* erected pUcf ^ ol or>hip li> f\pre.> thi'ir tu'lief in IHKI jiirj Iheii id'j of rp|iKj4)n Thu> riicn hnw b*f n t'athf rfrt to CiMtipr in pra\t'r und worship In Vijricd .\> MUM, hjvrrrifhfrt i>ul lotiod — Ihr Jewihr HiiiJu thi' Huildhisl the Christian 'hi' Mu-lim in svn.ii!Oi;uf'roipies f^lhrdriijn'l niosqurNo thill the orif11 ,i nnnhborhood thf huild I m: of this Housr of Worship has a sprrul tnrininj; In .in aiif Ihjl dmijiids unii> for >ur>ivdl mn no lon^fr can jfford the priri' of *.rp.irdtioti This Ifousp iif>\orshipis j ,\nih(tl of hope to those mrn .ind wnrnt'n who want *o live in .1 iinitfd .tnd peace I'ul world Hah,i u lldhihe Kounderofthe BahaiKailh w.iborn in Per-ij in 1(117 He lied m 1892 a relitiouexile hanishrd to Ihf Hols t..inichink:s w.i^ j plan for a comniun Its center Hahiu I lah wrote that in every rommun ity ihere should be a beautiful House of Worship open to jll men and women for praver and medita lion This buildine should be surrounded bv scirn liHc educational, and humanitarian iiistitullons to appl^ religion in all phaseof life. Earh Bah I Temple i to have nine sides This 1Ihe onlv archileclural requirement m the Haha 1 Irachines Nine is the larijesi single number and ssmbolues comprehensiveness oneness and unilv The purpose ol a Hour of Worship is to britti; men and women toi;ether in unity For thousands of yearthe human race has been at war It vrnoueh For thousands of year* the nations have denied each other considering each other as infidel and inferior It i sufflcient We must now realuethai we are the servants of liod that we turn Io one heneflcenl Father live under one diviiie law seek one reality an I have one de-ire Thus mav we live in the utmost friendship and love. an;reat Faiths of the world The onlv music is by soloisi, and a cappella choir The leals in the central part of the auditorium face the Holy Land \liove Ihe heads of the worshiperthe apex of the dome IS the symbol of the tjreatesl Name This is an invocation to i.oir .cripl which mav be translated as "Oiilorv of the Ml (ilorious Hut Raba'l worship meanmore than praver and meditation Haha u'llah-aid that any work done ini spirit nfservire 1a form of praver The educational humanitarian and srienliric institutions to be built aroumt the Temple will complete the dedication ofihe individual to I ;od TotheHahaithere is no ri|id division between the spiritual and practical part-of life Baha'is do not solicit f\indv from the public for any of their activities From all over the world ihe Bahj ihave ronlrlbuled lethef reelion of this butldinu Funds have come from Persia India in fact, from all the five continents This Temple isbolhaKift from Baha is and a demonlmtion oflheir FaiffS.Here is a huildim; where men and women of all races and relllllona are welcome tocome for praver Here no creed xtigmaliies the follower of any jreat faith as infidel or paiian Here all men may turn their hearts to t;nd and know that they are brothers NOTE Baka'i Houses of Worship have also been erected in Kr.inkftirt. liermany Sydney Xuslralia Kampala. I'Kanda. Vfrica. and Panama Citv, Panama, and sites have been secured for many other Houses ofWor.hip lhroui:hnui the world BAHA'IS BELIEVE IN PassaKT.s quoted are from the Baha 1 Writini!< • On God > TS* ItMnlial Harmony of S^t>HtiMfc'IMfc.>UeM > n*tdmowew>tinWwtit.twewfd>er: [jNltfVtv*! MM •• iiM tt •Hand itwdy ctotMt rj MMI tMrfwr •• M m* MMIMIWI M IMW !• bMim* • latMl • MIMI. NAM ADDRESS TOWNSTATS-TIUEWONE-lifHTUm TO lANAI MITN 1311 iMtMr Dr., IwMw City, N*. MM 2MOor M1S2 ^

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    Hn home outside the village nestled in the mountam.s. During Mike's stay he loured the vineyardy surrounding countryside, the nearby town of Grenoble where the 1^68 World orym pics were held, and visited nearby Switzerland and Germany. Philippe pointed out the moun tains where he goes ski ing in the winter and the summer sun is unable to melt the snow on the peaks "Spending time in France improved ailing French 1 arrived with Mike mentioned Philippe s parents spoke fluent French and-Mike was able to communicate with Philippe's parents both in French and English. The boys enjoyed tennis bouts and swimming Mike made comparisons on education, food, dating, and customs with that of the American teenager "We ate differently" he pointed out, "with fresh vegetables' boiled or baked, meats and at times French pastry which 1 enjoyed tremendously. The fresh vegetables well I grew used to it. People take their time and live a slower and more relaxed ^ way of life. Dating was different, also. I rather enjoyed it for the young people would date in groups. We had plain tun and would go everywhere together and they were friendly and man nerly. The kids don't date alone over there until they plan on getting married. The girls would wear more dresses than the slacks you see here, and the fellows preferred jeans and tee shirts When we all went out to some ptice spectal we would dress for the oc : casion Ping-pom P*"^'" • were given for me and the teenagers danced to hard-rock. Another good point was that college education is free outside of books, room and board but they are harder to get in for the exams are very strict. The government picks up the tab for this." Philippe's father is an Architectural Consultant and pointed out the old French architecture of Grenoble, orginally a Roman. town. Mr. Bichard took Mike. Philippe and his family on a trip to Northern France and England. Mike visited the Eiffel Tower in Paris and dined at side walk cafes. He mentioned that there are no "hamburger drive-ins" but the more "formal" sandwich is served at the outdoor cafes. "Normandy was like another country," Mike said, "and I saw an interesting French castle there." The Bichards then took the boys and their car on a boat across the English Channel to England where Mike enjoyed visitingtheoldCathedralat Exeter. He found the English to be • "not too different from the American." Then it was back to Philippe's little village where Mike spent the remainder of his vacation until he departed for the USA. .•\rriving at the Los .Angeles airport. Mike wa.s extremely tired. After a few days of rest, if he had the chance. Mike would return to France hut this time he would take time out to tour the remaining surrounding countries. "Philippe was a real sport and good friend and the Bichards were cordial and excellent hosts," Mike summed it up. Mike plans to study law in the future and is completing his Senior year of high school. for the support and confidence you have placed in me for so many years. I will do everything possible to merit your continued trust as your Attorney General. RICHARD BRYAN SURROUNDING COUNTRYSIDE OF ST. NAZAIRE LES EYEMES where Mike visitedl "WOW • THrS FEELS GOODI" •• Mike Barth cools his feet in o fountain in Southern France! f'al meaning frind it from the gypsy word for brother. VIEW OF EIFFEL TOWER FROM RIVER SEINE SORENSEN'S SEWING CENTER IW9 Ave. C. Boulder City, Nevada 293-3770 I Saitt i Srvict-All Mokci t Modtii Singer Approved Dealer"""" EIna Se'A'iq Mitchinf*. Royal Vacuum CleanerDrape,Mini BlindsCu.stojjJ>\l.idc Needle Work Latch Honk UULN I ('rew< I Kit.Kmb Fin-s I Pure Wnter Soiiety Slil KABRIC VAKN PATTERNS NATIONS TRIMS I.INKNS I VI-K 1)1,K I'olNT Thank You! Ifs Thanksgiving time and we truly thank you for your patronage and friendsNp. 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Sln> mm ifwfr o w— crTMMa.- ww > c t<4t— -w MMM utiiai THE MEANING OF THE BAHA1 TEMPLES MI lhrn(ii;h ihf a^r^ mi-n hdvi* erected pUcf ^ ol or>hip li> f\pre.> thi'ir tu'lief in IHKI jiirj Iheii id'j of rp|iKj4)n Thu> riicn hnw b*f n t'athf rfrt to CiMtipr in pra\t'r und worship In Vijricd .\> MUM, hjvrrrifhfrt i>ul lotiod — Ihr Jewihr HiiiJu thi' Huildhisl the Christian 'hi' Mu-lim in svn.ii!Oi;uf'roipies f^lhrdriijn'l niosqurNo thill the orif11 ,i nnnhborhood thf huild I m: of this Housr of Worship has a sprrul tnrininj; In .in aiif Ihjl dmijiids unii> for >ur>ivdl mn no lon^fr can jfford the priri' of *.rp.irdtioti This Ifousp iif>\orshipis j ,\nih(tl of hope to those mrn .ind wnrnt'n who want *o live in .1 iinitfd .tnd peace I'ul world Hah,i u lldhihe Kounderofthe BahaiKailh w.iborn in Per-ij in 1(117 He lied m 1892 a relitiouexile hanishrd to Ihf Hols t..inichink:s w.i^ j plan for a comniun Its center Hahiu I lah wrote that in every rommun ity ihere should be a beautiful House of Worship open to jll men and women for praver and medita lion This buildine should be surrounded bv scirn liHc educational, and humanitarian iiistitullons to appl^ religion in all phaseof life. Earh Bah I Temple i to have nine sides This 1Ihe onlv archileclural requirement m the Haha 1 Irachines Nine is the larijesi single number and ssmbolues comprehensiveness oneness and unilv The purpose ol a Hour of Worship is to britti; men and women toi;ether in unity For thousands of yearthe human race has been at war It vrnoueh For thousands of year* the nations have denied each other considering each other as infidel and inferior It i sufflcient We must now realuethai we are the servants of liod that we turn Io one heneflcenl Father live under one diviiie law seek one reality an I have one de-ire Thus mav we live in the utmost friendship and love. an;reat Faiths of the world The onlv music is by soloisi, and a cappella choir The leals in the central part of the auditorium face the Holy Land \liove Ihe heads of the worshiperthe apex of the dome IS the symbol of the tjreatesl Name This is an invocation to i.oir .cripl which mav be translated as "Oiilorv of the Ml (ilorious Hut Raba'l worship meanmore than praver and meditation Haha u'llah-aid that any work done ini spirit nfservire 1a form of praver The educational humanitarian and srienliric institutions to be built aroumt the Temple will complete the dedication ofihe individual to I ;od TotheHahaithere is no ri|id division between the spiritual and practical part-of life Baha'is do not solicit f\indv from the public for any of their activities From all over the world ihe Bahj ihave ronlrlbuled lethef reelion of this butldinu Funds have come from Persia India in fact, from all the five continents This Temple isbolhaKift from Baha is and a demonlmtion oflheir FaiffS.Here is a huildim; where men and women of all races and relllllona are welcome tocome for praver Here no creed xtigmaliies the follower of any jreat faith as infidel or paiian Here all men may turn their hearts to t;nd and know that they are brothers NOTE Baka'i Houses of Worship have also been erected in Kr.inkftirt. liermany Sydney Xuslralia Kampala. I'Kanda. Vfrica. and Panama Citv, Panama, and sites have been secured for many other Houses ofWor.hip lhroui:hnui the world BAHA'IS BELIEVE IN PassaKT.s quoted are from the Baha 1 Writini!< • On God > TS* ItMnlial Harmony of S^t>HtiMfc'IMfc.>UeM > n*tdmowew>tinWwtit.twewfd>er: [jNltfVtv*! MM •• iiM tt •Hand itwdy ctotMt rj MMI tMrfwr •• M m* MMIMIWI M IMW !• bMim* • latMl • MIMI. NAM ADDRESS TOWNSTATS-TIUEWONE-lifHTUm TO lANAI MITN 1311 iMtMr Dr., IwMw City, N*. MM 2MOor M1S2 ^

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    y b u t Hondonen Hem Ntwt and Bouldor City Ntwt Thursday, Novtmbor 23, 1978 24 The Nevada Historical Sodet/s This Was Nevada" Series .. .And So To All Wife Beaters Man's inhumanity to woman, "wife beating" if you will, troubled earlyday Nevadans in much the same manner as it docs their contemporaries today, but early Nevada Legislators were more inclined to take direct action against those men who habitually mistreated spouses. On January 29. ^H Now Four Trvdal • Cdl 564-1119 BASK READY NUX SIRVINO HENNRSQV I lOULDiK CITY RcMJie [Miptchd 7 DAYS A WUK SATURDAY I SUNDAY DEUVIRY a S PHARMACY [ 15% OFF I ON All PRESCIUPTIONS | TO SENKHt CITIZENS I 60 YEARS OR OLDER j We Honor All Prescriptions! j S.A.M.I. N.I.C. I PAID PRESCRIPTIONS li HRS;t. 9:30MON.—SAT. SUN. i-^—Jjl wane 544.5JM 1877. Senator Wellington Stewart of Storey County introduced'^ Senate Bill No. 63 into the upper house of the Nevada Legislature. Entitled "An Act to Prevent Cruelty to Women" but better known as "Stewart's Wife Beating Bill." the act required the County Commissioners in each of Nevada's counties to erect a wood or .stone pillar five feet high and eight inches in diameter in a public place in the countyseat. Any male over eighteen years jf age convicted of beating any female would be guilty of, a misdemeanor and subiect to being lashed to the ,post with a placard reading "Woman Beater" or "Wife Beater" attached to his shirtfront. Despite some ^ubts about its constitutionality because of constitutional provisions regarding cruel and unusual punishments, the bill passed the Senate on February 6 by a margin of 31 to 14 and the Assembly on February 13 by a margin of 31-14. Govurnor Louis .• Rice Bradley signed the bill on February 21 and it became law, but it was another two and a half years before any man was punished. The effect of the law on potential abusers of women is not known, but Nevada editors filled their columns with pithy commentary on the act. The editor of the Carson Appeal suggested that a "dunking stool" would alsobeappropriate"i .as ^^^WW^M^W^I^O^I^ MW OPEH ri% PLACE MOP CUSTOH^ SCREENS GAS LOGS FREE STANDING FIREPLACES ZERO aEARANCE FIREPLACES (m*lai ty.i ACCESSORIES* Braiiliem • Chimneyi • Grates • Tool S?is • Baskets i />_.. r-^ PLACE iHOP 3620 W. SAMARA (BehirvJ Terrible Herbst) 176-9773 some measure ot retnoution against the tongue lashings and garrulous provocations" of the wife since the post would soon be the punishmtnt .her exacerbated, violent and wallopful old man.' Alf Doten of the-Gold Hill News suggested that shamiitg wife beaters would have no effect ". .since such men are lost to all sense of shame" and advocated that a "whipping post" be provided for by the laws, even though" flogging cannot touch their souls, but physical pain will do it. ." Not satisfied with protecting women. Stewart also introduced a bill to prevent cruelty to animals and Nevada editors connected the two' acts. Editor R.R. Parkinson of the Carson Tribune for example, commented as follows: Mr. Stewart has gained the love of hundreds of persecuted wifes for advocating the cause of womankind and should the bill in question become a law. will be brayed at by every mule and jackass in Storey County when his work is done. Mothers will meet him at the depot and. holding aloft their neglected infants, blessing immeasurable will be called down on the thoughtful senator. • The Third House, a parody of the Nevada Wift beating was at common in early • day Nevada a tit it today, but early Nevada legitlatort devited on uncommon tolution to the problem. Nev. Hiftorical Society Photo Legislature traditionally gotten up b.y Carson City wits, also took, up "Stewart's Wife Beating Bill." The members debated it on February 17 and amended it to interchange the words "man" and "woman." thus A Mint Hof et Thanksdivini f Grand Buffet (lOam-11 pm) Roast Tom Turkey Beef ala Deutsch Sage Dressing GIblet Gravy Whipped Butted Yams topped with Marshmallows Mashed Potatoes RicePilaf Sweet & Sour Red Cabbage Buttered Sweet Com Cole Slaw Green Bean Salad Corn 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 $2.23 PlusTax Terrace Coffee Shop (11 am-11 pm) Tossed Salad or Soup Chicken ala Reine Roast Tom Turkey with Southern Sage Dressing, Giblel 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 Matural Gravy, Mint Jelly $5.25 Baked Northern Halibut, Hollandaise Sauce. Lemon Wedge $5.25 FYime Rib of Beef, roasted in special oven to your liking, Au Jus, Baked Potato with trimmings. Creamed Horseradish Sauce $5.95 Choice o< one Whipped Potatoes Candied Yams Chce of one Buttered Sweet Com Green Bean AJmondine Choice 0* one Pumpkin Pie with Whipped Cream Hot Mince Pie with Brandy Sauce Ambassador IxOOm Topof the Mint From 4 pm until midnight Call 385-7440 for reservations. Coffee. Tea or Milk 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 DelVfebb's JVUnt Hotd GCasIno/Downtown On Fanrous FrenrKXTt Street punishing women for cruelty to men. A number of women were present that evening, but all they could do was jeer and boo since they lacked a vote in the mock assemblage just as they did in the actual legislative body. Several counties subsequently erected posts and the Storv County Commissioners put.-some up in Virginia City, but humorists and others persisted in decorating it with placards reading "The Ladies Delight" and "A Monument to Modern Civilization" and such, the latter undoubtedly the work of one who was thinking of the blissful simpleness of earlier times when it was not held to be a crime to beat one's wife when necessary. Other men referred to the post as "... a remmant of the Blue Laws of Connecticut" and one was heard to mutter that the post was "... the place to get well-posted on the marriage question." Lawyers felt that no man would ever be tied to such a post in Nevada, but Carson City proved them wrong.On Aug. 5. 4879. one Jamers McCarthy was arrested on the charge of beatingTiTrf wife. At the trial the hext day. she testified that her injuries came from a fall, but other evidence 'indicated that McCarthyhab beaten and kicker 'fier unmercifully on sevSKll occasions. He was c6Hvicted that day • and Carson's Constable and a Deputy Sheriff erected a post opposite the Courthouse. Early that afternoon, the convicted wife beater was lashed to the post with the appropjfete sign about his neck, TJit novelty of the exhibitioii brought out a large crowd of curious Carson ites iiMi cdt wit t-fclwf KAERCHiai INStRAl^CE 72S U. Itk • IM-ltll \ ^X H.nd,r,a H.„. N.w. ond ^.Id,, City N.w. Thurvloy. N.vb.r M. ,978 IS Working It Out ^ Meli I have new^ BMStered the wt of Job totcrvtcwliig. lo fact, Btybc I have overniM^Ked It. Ai yoa .HflfS^t. I Mk open-ended "qyctiiofif and gel the .jjii^j^lcwcra lo Ulk. The j^^e It, most of them go on and on about things that have nothing at all to do with the Job In question •jid it eoda up being more y l|. vlfit than an inverji(|iw. Now what? P.T. uDapDrP: Hcrc*a a bit of tAlcaacrya that was fHoef along by a coll9agM •( ahie some yeara • gll and to far as I know It buff oeycr failed to work. When yoa want to get an. intoryiewer back on track, .Witt for a chance to liplwrupt then ay "That tffpiindii me, Mr. Interviewer, yoa talked earlier about your plans for eipansion I or whatever). .Would you mind filling me ^ on the deUUs?" The three nagir words are • **.That reminds me". You -can then add almost ahything you want lo talk jimA. So what tf be badn'4 actually said anythbift. that "reminds" yoat, ,.Al least you've regained control. Try this technique and you'll be surprised by the results. Dear Mel: Am 1 right that most of your mail comes from women? It itlp seems that the men 'Wbo do write are bitter about women becoming HqWll In the Job maricet. I ru anderstand why some men feel threatened, especially those who have famOles to support, bat ibefe are two sides to the rain. Since my husband's uiiekpoctod death four years ago I have had no choke but to work> My children have not yet ieaniod. to go wiibout the utility cofflstlil insists on being eonpenaated for Wi •ervlces, and doctors stiO live In expensive houses. UatU these conditions arc reversed or ontll I ran Into • myopic mlUlooalre who baa a propensity toward kids who play the radio too loud, I see no sign of my •xetirement. What I would like for your male readers to know Is that I an not oat to rain their careers, I Just want the chance to improve my own. Mrs. C.B. Dear Mrs. B: Even the most dyed-ln-the.wool male chauvulst would be bard put lo take exception with your letter. Thanks • we needed that. Mels Thnrapson's book Why Should I Hire You? Is now available in paperhack at bookstores. Send your Job related questions to Mel Thompson, Ell DJeddah Associates, 525 B St., Suite 22.50, San Digo,Ca. 92101. Dear Mr. Thompson: Several times my Itoss has mentioned that be intends li> give mr a raise but so far it hasn't materialized. He also intends to pmmole me to a department bead In sii months, after 1 complete my third year with the company. Would you suggest I mention the raise to him or Just wait for my promotion? Mr. D.P.P. Dear Mr. P: Why not get a raise now and another In sli months when you're promoted? Since your boss has already mentioned a raise Just say, "Boss, I've been a little negligent In not following up on the raise yoa promised. What dkl you have hi mind? Mr. Thompson: My company Is small but growing and we wlU soon have an opening which should prove to be a good opportunity for a qualified individual. My question is; lo svoid a cattle call [which classified advertising would produce! what Is the bcHt ^ way to find the best person Mr. -^ for the Job? A.T.W. Dear Mr. W: The procedure Is almost the reverse from that of a Job candidate who Is looking for the right employer. Outline the precise Job description and corresponding qualifications which will best serve your company's objectives, then start your search at least six months before Introducing your Firm Agent ivha oners you the best in auto, life, home and health insurance: Alan C. Simpson 2120 S Boulder Hwy Henderson (NORTH or OLD VlOASl 564-3380 sun RUM MSIMNCI CflHMMCS USED TVs & $ERV(CE FREE ESTIMATES ON ANY CARRY-INS -SPECIAL99" Color Pkturo Tubo lnitlid CANY INI AA O^^. ?^'' ^ TVaT9 OUAIANTn 30 YIAES IXPtKHMCi illAnlmolPodi ^ Suppllt^^l# • Starter Kits for Chicks ON ALL TACK A CROCKERY Sugar Cur Tandsr Quick MMt CUTTER PASTE WORMIR(kntol)^ POI HOtMI. P0AL8 "^^ A PONIIt DOO BISCUITS 23 LB. BOX 7a95^ llMtrk Curing RAILROAD TIES ^ Kill UTS4 PorCo^l BuckboardPd &To & UMd TV Srvlc iBwA FBfliaow R0> H#o##eiOW# Pw. /^ MS40M |Hlli.iin*fM.) ^ by Md Thompson you will need the new employee. The logical way to start la by raiding your competition. If you can find someone who is particularly outstanding and who can bring along aome Ideas and added eipertlse as a bonus, maitc an unrcfusabic offer. Be careful, though, because If you're loo geoeroua with yoor offer you night not leave enough room for growth, but don*l be oveHy consedrvatlve • there'a no substitute for the best. And Don't be Influenced by what the candidate la now making • the cnantryslde is loaded with underpaid talent. If the competition's cupboard is bare go the referral roata by enlisting the help of your iiey employees and -flnns with which you do buabiesa. There's a better than average chance that the peraon yon want Is now working in an anrelated business but blessed with an ibundance of Irsnsferable Ulent. Mel Thompson's' book Why Should I Hire You? is now available in paperback at bookstores. Send your Job related questions Jo Mel Thompson, Eli DJeddah Associates, S2S B St., Susltc 22.S0, San Diego, Ca. 92101. "Old toxei w*nt no tutofJ." ThomM FuMtr Th fwtiit ipMd which t 9ni tortwie cn crawt ii t>00t five ytrdi minutt I' it could trtvel dye timet M • wt, it would be 901 n; ti almost oiM mile per hojir. i^ 1 mil tofoft T7, T In 1925, it wu tgainit th law In Turkey to wear a in. SKYLINE'S FIRST POKER TOURNAMENT — Idit Wadnetdoy, November 15, wot q big succeti. A large crowd wet on bond to watch eight of the finest playen porticipata. 1 it Place win was James Albracht (right); John Mohenay, pokar dealer (left) 2nd Place was Connie Clark who racaivad 30% el the purie. SIcylina's 2nd Poker Tournamant will ba Dacambar 13 at 7 p.m. You may si^n up in the Polcar Room. Rulas ara qiso in tha Pokar Room. Sicylina has ragulor Poicer Nitat every Thursday, Friday, Soturday and Sunday. Starting flt 7 p.m. until ??. 7.Card Stud only $10.00 Buy-In 00-$3.00 maximum rake. Ift tSa friandiiast gome in town. Tha party will continue doily until Dacambar 9th and continue from lost waaii. AN^*:V\^ ^ I *-l\H >** >tv ^^\L3SttiHxiiT|v!l| ^V^ SKYLINE 1711 KOI LI)ERII>^\. • Pll. .ift.*) II6 NlmSelSs^ STAKTIXi >0>.liril TODKt.tt \T.{I.>I. f^FREE" ai)RA^I>(iS\ILV I • • ONE WINNER OVER 100 CASH GIFTS Wia Bt GIVEN AWAY "FREE" DAILY GUARANTEED WINNER EVERYTIME!! 1 uiiftOffitSOFaCYUIIEOIiMIHflWUtSNOIiUGKi (iR\>l)PKIZE-(OLORT\^, WINNER MUST BE PRESENT GUARANTEED WINNER!!? / ••FKEK" COl \H}\S FOR DRAWINGS wrTH / EVERY DRINK JACKPOT RESTAURANT TICKET f// 4 •\>>i^i:RSiR^ spixiii yKW NOVEMBER 23R0 NOV 29TH • 5 PW. 9 PM WClUDtS • ^^^ ^ sm'^^^ T BO^ESTE\K3.95'VS.':' ^ VISIT OUR "NEW" SALAD BAR -uu,!,.^ sK^Li>i:'s>i:\v ( PLA\ V.\ \K( il)K \ GAMES FOR TEENS TOTS >, [ MOMS & POPS (\. / INCLUDES SKY RAIDER. SEAWOlf. ^ j / ^' : HUSTLE, SPRINT & MANY OTHERS '•riBLi:si:>i:R\i)vv ,.. FRI.. & SAT. 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    y b u t Hondonen Hem Ntwt and Bouldor City Ntwt Thursday, Novtmbor 23, 1978 24 The Nevada Historical Sodet/s This Was Nevada" Series .. .And So To All Wife Beaters Man's inhumanity to woman, "wife beating" if you will, troubled earlyday Nevadans in much the same manner as it docs their contemporaries today, but early Nevada Legislators were more inclined to take direct action against those men who habitually mistreated spouses. On January 29. ^H Now Four Trvdal • Cdl 564-1119 BASK READY NUX SIRVINO HENNRSQV I lOULDiK CITY RcMJie [Miptchd 7 DAYS A WUK SATURDAY I SUNDAY DEUVIRY a S PHARMACY [ 15% OFF I ON All PRESCIUPTIONS | TO SENKHt CITIZENS I 60 YEARS OR OLDER j We Honor All Prescriptions! j S.A.M.I. N.I.C. I PAID PRESCRIPTIONS li HRS;t. 9:30MON.—SAT. SUN. i-^—Jjl wane 544.5JM 1877. Senator Wellington Stewart of Storey County introduced'^ Senate Bill No. 63 into the upper house of the Nevada Legislature. Entitled "An Act to Prevent Cruelty to Women" but better known as "Stewart's Wife Beating Bill." the act required the County Commissioners in each of Nevada's counties to erect a wood or .stone pillar five feet high and eight inches in diameter in a public place in the countyseat. Any male over eighteen years jf age convicted of beating any female would be guilty of, a misdemeanor and subiect to being lashed to the ,post with a placard reading "Woman Beater" or "Wife Beater" attached to his shirtfront. Despite some ^ubts about its constitutionality because of constitutional provisions regarding cruel and unusual punishments, the bill passed the Senate on February 6 by a margin of 31 to 14 and the Assembly on February 13 by a margin of 31-14. Govurnor Louis .• Rice Bradley signed the bill on February 21 and it became law, but it was another two and a half years before any man was punished. The effect of the law on potential abusers of women is not known, but Nevada editors filled their columns with pithy commentary on the act. The editor of the Carson Appeal suggested that a "dunking stool" would alsobeappropriate"i .as ^^^WW^M^W^I^O^I^ MW OPEH ri% PLACE MOP CUSTOH^ SCREENS GAS LOGS FREE STANDING FIREPLACES ZERO aEARANCE FIREPLACES (m*lai ty.i ACCESSORIES* Braiiliem • Chimneyi • Grates • Tool S?is • Baskets i />_.. r-^ PLACE iHOP 3620 W. SAMARA (BehirvJ Terrible Herbst) 176-9773 some measure ot retnoution against the tongue lashings and garrulous provocations" of the wife since the post would soon be the punishmtnt .her exacerbated, violent and wallopful old man.' Alf Doten of the-Gold Hill News suggested that shamiitg wife beaters would have no effect ". .since such men are lost to all sense of shame" and advocated that a "whipping post" be provided for by the laws, even though" flogging cannot touch their souls, but physical pain will do it. ." Not satisfied with protecting women. Stewart also introduced a bill to prevent cruelty to animals and Nevada editors connected the two' acts. Editor R.R. Parkinson of the Carson Tribune for example, commented as follows: Mr. Stewart has gained the love of hundreds of persecuted wifes for advocating the cause of womankind and should the bill in question become a law. will be brayed at by every mule and jackass in Storey County when his work is done. Mothers will meet him at the depot and. holding aloft their neglected infants, blessing immeasurable will be called down on the thoughtful senator. • The Third House, a parody of the Nevada Wift beating was at common in early • day Nevada a tit it today, but early Nevada legitlatort devited on uncommon tolution to the problem. Nev. Hiftorical Society Photo Legislature traditionally gotten up b.y Carson City wits, also took, up "Stewart's Wife Beating Bill." The members debated it on February 17 and amended it to interchange the words "man" and "woman." thus A Mint Hof et Thanksdivini f Grand Buffet (lOam-11 pm) Roast Tom Turkey Beef ala Deutsch Sage Dressing GIblet Gravy Whipped Butted Yams topped with Marshmallows Mashed Potatoes RicePilaf Sweet & Sour Red Cabbage Buttered Sweet Com Cole Slaw Green Bean Salad Corn 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 $2.23 PlusTax Terrace Coffee Shop (11 am-11 pm) Tossed Salad or Soup Chicken ala Reine Roast Tom Turkey with Southern Sage Dressing, Giblel 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 Matural Gravy, Mint Jelly $5.25 Baked Northern Halibut, Hollandaise Sauce. Lemon Wedge $5.25 FYime Rib of Beef, roasted in special oven to your liking, Au Jus, Baked Potato with trimmings. Creamed Horseradish Sauce $5.95 Choice o< one Whipped Potatoes Candied Yams Chce of one Buttered Sweet Com Green Bean AJmondine Choice 0* one Pumpkin Pie with Whipped Cream Hot Mince Pie with Brandy Sauce Ambassador IxOOm Topof the Mint From 4 pm until midnight Call 385-7440 for reservations. Coffee. Tea or Milk 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 DelVfebb's JVUnt Hotd GCasIno/Downtown On Fanrous FrenrKXTt Street punishing women for cruelty to men. A number of women were present that evening, but all they could do was jeer and boo since they lacked a vote in the mock assemblage just as they did in the actual legislative body. Several counties subsequently erected posts and the Storv County Commissioners put.-some up in Virginia City, but humorists and others persisted in decorating it with placards reading "The Ladies Delight" and "A Monument to Modern Civilization" and such, the latter undoubtedly the work of one who was thinking of the blissful simpleness of earlier times when it was not held to be a crime to beat one's wife when necessary. Other men referred to the post as "... a remmant of the Blue Laws of Connecticut" and one was heard to mutter that the post was "... the place to get well-posted on the marriage question." Lawyers felt that no man would ever be tied to such a post in Nevada, but Carson City proved them wrong.On Aug. 5. 4879. one Jamers McCarthy was arrested on the charge of beatingTiTrf wife. At the trial the hext day. she testified that her injuries came from a fall, but other evidence 'indicated that McCarthyhab beaten and kicker 'fier unmercifully on sevSKll occasions. He was c6Hvicted that day • and Carson's Constable and a Deputy Sheriff erected a post opposite the Courthouse. Early that afternoon, the convicted wife beater was lashed to the post with the appropjfete sign about his neck, TJit novelty of the exhibitioii brought out a large crowd of curious Carson ites iiMi cdt wit t-fclwf KAERCHiai INStRAl^CE 72S U. Itk • IM-ltll \ ^X H.nd,r,a H.„. N.w. ond ^.Id,, City N.w. Thurvloy. N.vb.r M. ,978 IS Working It Out ^ Meli I have new^ BMStered the wt of Job totcrvtcwliig. lo fact, Btybc I have overniM^Ked It. Ai yoa .HflfS^t. I Mk open-ended "qyctiiofif and gel the .jjii^j^lcwcra lo Ulk. The j^^e It, most of them go on and on about things that have nothing at all to do with the Job In question •jid it eoda up being more y l|. vlfit than an inverji(|iw. Now what? P.T. uDapDrP: Hcrc*a a bit of tAlcaacrya that was fHoef along by a coll9agM •( ahie some yeara • gll and to far as I know It buff oeycr failed to work. When yoa want to get an. intoryiewer back on track, .Witt for a chance to liplwrupt then ay "That tffpiindii me, Mr. Interviewer, yoa talked earlier about your plans for eipansion I or whatever). .Would you mind filling me ^ on the deUUs?" The three nagir words are • **.That reminds me". You -can then add almost ahything you want lo talk jimA. So what tf be badn'4 actually said anythbift. that "reminds" yoat, ,.Al least you've regained control. Try this technique and you'll be surprised by the results. Dear Mel: Am 1 right that most of your mail comes from women? It itlp seems that the men 'Wbo do write are bitter about women becoming HqWll In the Job maricet. I ru anderstand why some men feel threatened, especially those who have famOles to support, bat ibefe are two sides to the rain. Since my husband's uiiekpoctod death four years ago I have had no choke but to work> My children have not yet ieaniod. to go wiibout the utility cofflstlil insists on being eonpenaated for Wi •ervlces, and doctors stiO live In expensive houses. UatU these conditions arc reversed or ontll I ran Into • myopic mlUlooalre who baa a propensity toward kids who play the radio too loud, I see no sign of my •xetirement. What I would like for your male readers to know Is that I an not oat to rain their careers, I Just want the chance to improve my own. Mrs. C.B. Dear Mrs. B: Even the most dyed-ln-the.wool male chauvulst would be bard put lo take exception with your letter. Thanks • we needed that. Mels Thnrapson's book Why Should I Hire You? Is now available in paperhack at bookstores. Send your Job related questions to Mel Thompson, Ell DJeddah Associates, 525 B St., Suite 22.50, San Digo,Ca. 92101. Dear Mr. Thompson: Several times my Itoss has mentioned that be intends li> give mr a raise but so far it hasn't materialized. He also intends to pmmole me to a department bead In sii months, after 1 complete my third year with the company. Would you suggest I mention the raise to him or Just wait for my promotion? Mr. D.P.P. Dear Mr. P: Why not get a raise now and another In sli months when you're promoted? Since your boss has already mentioned a raise Just say, "Boss, I've been a little negligent In not following up on the raise yoa promised. What dkl you have hi mind? Mr. Thompson: My company Is small but growing and we wlU soon have an opening which should prove to be a good opportunity for a qualified individual. My question is; lo svoid a cattle call [which classified advertising would produce! what Is the bcHt ^ way to find the best person Mr. -^ for the Job? A.T.W. Dear Mr. W: The procedure Is almost the reverse from that of a Job candidate who Is looking for the right employer. Outline the precise Job description and corresponding qualifications which will best serve your company's objectives, then start your search at least six months before Introducing your Firm Agent ivha oners you the best in auto, life, home and health insurance: Alan C. Simpson 2120 S Boulder Hwy Henderson (NORTH or OLD VlOASl 564-3380 sun RUM MSIMNCI CflHMMCS USED TVs & $ERV(CE FREE ESTIMATES ON ANY CARRY-INS -SPECIAL99" Color Pkturo Tubo lnitlid CANY INI AA O^^. ?^'' ^ TVaT9 OUAIANTn 30 YIAES IXPtKHMCi illAnlmolPodi ^ Suppllt^^l# • Starter Kits for Chicks ON ALL TACK A CROCKERY Sugar Cur Tandsr Quick MMt CUTTER PASTE WORMIR(kntol)^ POI HOtMI. P0AL8 "^^ A PONIIt DOO BISCUITS 23 LB. BOX 7a95^ llMtrk Curing RAILROAD TIES ^ Kill UTS4 PorCo^l BuckboardPd &To & UMd TV Srvlc iBwA FBfliaow R0> H#o##eiOW# Pw. /^ MS40M |Hlli.iin*fM.) ^ by Md Thompson you will need the new employee. The logical way to start la by raiding your competition. If you can find someone who is particularly outstanding and who can bring along aome Ideas and added eipertlse as a bonus, maitc an unrcfusabic offer. Be careful, though, because If you're loo geoeroua with yoor offer you night not leave enough room for growth, but don*l be oveHy consedrvatlve • there'a no substitute for the best. And Don't be Influenced by what the candidate la now making • the cnantryslde is loaded with underpaid talent. If the competition's cupboard is bare go the referral roata by enlisting the help of your iiey employees and -flnns with which you do buabiesa. There's a better than average chance that the peraon yon want Is now working in an anrelated business but blessed with an ibundance of Irsnsferable Ulent. Mel Thompson's' book Why Should I Hire You? is now available in paperback at bookstores. Send your Job related questions Jo Mel Thompson, Eli DJeddah Associates, S2S B St., Susltc 22.S0, San Diego, Ca. 92101. "Old toxei w*nt no tutofJ." ThomM FuMtr Th fwtiit ipMd which t 9ni tortwie cn crawt ii t>00t five ytrdi minutt I' it could trtvel dye timet M • wt, it would be 901 n; ti almost oiM mile per hojir. i^ 1 mil tofoft T7, T In 1925, it wu tgainit th law In Turkey to wear a in. SKYLINE'S FIRST POKER TOURNAMENT — Idit Wadnetdoy, November 15, wot q big succeti. A large crowd wet on bond to watch eight of the finest playen porticipata. 1 it Place win was James Albracht (right); John Mohenay, pokar dealer (left) 2nd Place was Connie Clark who racaivad 30% el the purie. SIcylina's 2nd Poker Tournamant will ba Dacambar 13 at 7 p.m. You may si^n up in the Polcar Room. Rulas ara qiso in tha Pokar Room. Sicylina has ragulor Poicer Nitat every Thursday, Friday, Soturday and Sunday. Starting flt 7 p.m. until ??. 7.Card Stud only $10.00 Buy-In 00-$3.00 maximum rake. Ift tSa friandiiast gome in town. Tha party will continue doily until Dacambar 9th and continue from lost waaii. AN^*:V\^ ^ I *-l\H >** >tv ^^\L3SttiHxiiT|v!l| ^V^ SKYLINE 1711 KOI LI)ERII>^\. • Pll. .ift.*) II6 NlmSelSs^ STAKTIXi >0>.liril TODKt.tt \T.{I.>I. f^FREE" ai)RA^I>(iS\ILV I • • ONE WINNER OVER 100 CASH GIFTS Wia Bt GIVEN AWAY "FREE" DAILY GUARANTEED WINNER EVERYTIME!! 1 uiiftOffitSOFaCYUIIEOIiMIHflWUtSNOIiUGKi (iR\>l)PKIZE-(OLORT\^, WINNER MUST BE PRESENT GUARANTEED WINNER!!? / ••FKEK" COl \H}\S FOR DRAWINGS wrTH / EVERY DRINK JACKPOT RESTAURANT TICKET f// 4 •\>>i^i:RSiR^ spixiii yKW NOVEMBER 23R0 NOV 29TH • 5 PW. 9 PM WClUDtS • ^^^ ^ sm'^^^ T BO^ESTE\K3.95'VS.':' ^ VISIT OUR "NEW" SALAD BAR -uu,!,.^ sK^Li>i:'s>i:\v ( PLA\ V.\ \K( il)K \ GAMES FOR TEENS TOTS >, [ MOMS & POPS (\. / INCLUDES SKY RAIDER. SEAWOlf. ^ j / ^' : HUSTLE, SPRINT & MANY OTHERS '•riBLi:si:>i:R\i)vv ,.. FRI.. & SAT. OPEN 24 HOURS A THE FRIENDUEST BAR IN TOWN / DRINKS ONLY IKIKS ir(Miirrc>N IKIL^ rwfT* COCC ^PfT ^^^^ ^**ff CDCt ^DLL (Ttt rWx rftt nv. mtt mtt nvt Valuable Coupon •FREE" WIIISKEV inMnature SoiMinr Bottle Foment Itis cotoon at the R #tf SUmr LASTS SSLOTS lOOSE AS A GOOSE" SLOT MACHINES / OVER 94% RETURN H MO^)! EVERY JACKPOT on TREE VAIUABIE COUPONS HfOfcM K)fl kAlUAiJLE ^ AT THE FRIENDLY BAR •FRI:E" and 4 PRFTZKU N •^HERE YOU EXPECT THE RNEST ^

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Htndtrson Homt N.wi and Bouldr City Ntws Thurdoy, Novtmbr 23. 1 971 fa92 MMHft IMMMMIMIM1 WE HAVE A PARLAY CARD FOR EVERYONE AND WE HAVE THE BIGGEST PARLAY PAYBACKS STRMGHT PRRLflVCffiD NO CASH REBATE...BIQQER PARLAY 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 iOO FOR 1 BONUS 9 winners S^ loser paysf25,for 1 WE ACCEPT PARUY CARD WAGERS 24 HOURS A DAY HUEnnvFRflnifs BIG TEAss spam "GPonrsupoRDomn" 4 for 4 pays 7 for 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 pays 7 for 1 9 for 9 pays 16 for 1 10 FOR 10 PAYS 25 FOR 1 WIIUNilUG PARLAY CARDS WIU BE PAID AROUND THE CLOCK STARTING MONDAY AT NOON • :: • oCKH PflRUWCflRD 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 winners & 1 loser pays 30 for 1 > —r UJEUJIVITVOURPflRLPVQIRDS SCORES 733-0594 MicHMi ugeimiHuiK rain 20% OFF Plan-0-Matlc Microwave Oven RKUtslVlsU t |Hf4l'W! Action People' FlMtt you can kuy! Moon M 8888 O'Kecft ft Mtrritt Microwave Ovtni — Phileo Color TV — Ktlvinotor Refrigerator t Freeiers ED HARWOODiONSUMER^^ 118 E. Lake Mead (next to 7-11 store) lidiiei ch.iiyi '564-2210 PitnO Made coohtng • Bult tn t)'0ralu'e probt • DigiUt retdoui"~0f quality. Our control room manager watcnes your o'der progress from the day it s received unlit installed 305 CONVENTION CENTER DMVE Rcfnarkable Roc-Lon keeps every custofti drapery looking youpo and lively. They deserve to be kept that way. floc-Lon linings insulate against heat and cold, have a ram-no-stain shield, a sun screen that stops lading and shrinking control so you can wash them or dry clean thern RAINNOSTAIN RoGlori ^INSUUTEO LINING Jj • FREE ROC-LON ENERQY-SAVER LININGS instaHeo witn all new drapery orden, Scitntittcaiiy provan to kaep rooms cooiar and power bills lower • FREE DESIGNER SERVICE • CALL 386-0177 Our /wp at home representative will help you design the look that will do the most tor jrour home No ot>ligation lor ettlmaies. • FOR NEW-HOME BUYERS: m WILL INSTALL RODS AND LOANEB DPAPERIES WHILE YOUR ORDER IS BEING COWPLETED. 20% OFF ALL MINI BUNDS & WOVEN WOOD SHADES. CALL NOW! Q&D ORareRies A WVISX3N Of CUXJO CARPETS 725 N. MAIN 8T, Mon fri. 8 am 5 pm: Sat Sam • NOW PHONE 386-0177 iiiMt kMk< •/ Aid BOULDER CITY BY: FLO RAYMOND KYRA PETRICK Concessions Management Specialist for the National Park Service of Lake. Mead meets for an "Action People" interview!' Kyra, the only uniformed woman in the Concessions Division, will be starting her second year with the Lake Mead NMional Park Service this coming' March. Her work varies and has many facets of activity connected with it for she is involved in contractural matters with Marina Restaurants, Motels, and all concession services to the public; and jhe works with people who offer services and facilities to the public on Lake Mead and Lake Mojave. Job duties also include: reviewing rate requests, pricing and comparability studies, vacation cabin site leases and other important matters. She works a 5-day week, Monday through Friday, with occasional weekends. Her immediate supervisor is Thomas Brereton. Concessions Management Specialist, with whom she works closely. Prior to joining up with Lake Mead, Kyra worked as a Park Ranger .Naturalist. Interpretive Division, with the Redwood National Park Service for IMiyears. Her work experience has included: serving the Western Regional Office with the San F'ranoisco .. Park'Service in the Public .\ffairs Division for l**.. years. Her work included: public speaking for church, clubs, and educational institutions; and .serving as Island Supervisor of .Alcatraz with guided tours of the historical Fort for the Goldeij Gate National Recreation .\rea. Her first full time job upon completion of college was at the Channel Islands. 11 miles off shore from ,;, Ventura^ California. "The way I obtained this job was through plain, old persistance," Kyra laughed. "I guess they thought they would have to hire me to get me out of their hair Rom in Springfield. .Massachusetts; raised in HatfieUi (a town of 2,500 people). Kyra attended elementary school and graduated from high school with a class of 26 students, 'i enjoyed growing up in a small town," she .; mentioned, "but I wouldn't want to live in one again, I consider Boulder City a good size compared with ;; Hatfield, and I am most happy with the convenient location so close to Las Vegas and activity." • Kyra attended the University of Massachusetts majoring in Park Administration with a minor in Natural Science. She graduated in January of IQ*?! with a Bachelor of Science degree in Park Administration. During her summers of 1968-1970 while attending the University, Kyra worked as a Seasonal Naturalist at Grand Canyon National Park. "It was during my Freshmen Year that I decided on a career in Park Administration." Kyra said, "and the adventure, travel, and thrill of new places, sounded most,, appealing to me. I haven't been sorry for on minute ^^ for I love my field and have become a Westerner by choice, or better yet a converted desert rat!" Kyra resides in Boulder City with her cat, "Benjamin." Hobbies and sports include: Drama; music, (play ing the Dolcimer); play gun-fighting in Oalman. Arizona on weekends in small mining town; tennis, camping; back-packing; canoeing;bicycling; swi(nming; golf, and social dancing. Organisations an(f' activities include: Property Mistress for theafffr production "Born Yesterday" at the Reed Whippl^,, Cultural Center, Las Vegas; Henderson Reperetory Theatre; Secretary of Henderson Toastmistress Club; and Member of the National Reireation and Park Association. Kyra Petrick is charming, enthusiastic about her work, out-going, and optomistic Her philosophy L\; comprised of this attitude: "I believe in the equal importance of 'behind-the-scene" work. For any operation in business, or otherwise, to truly obtain success; every facet of the project needs complete cooperation. In my special work, dealing with the concessions doing a good job is a service needed for a satisfying outcome. It is good to remember that the little keg in-the-wheel' is as important to the pre formance of the wheel as the wheel itself" Htndtrton Homt Nw and Bowldr City Ntws Thundoy, Novembtr 23, 1978 Elections Confound Political Observers 27 By Snor Paul Ijxalt Thfai^:the time of year that QijEnation's political writers are picking through the tailings of the 1978 elections, trying toXirr^out rational exp^naHons for what ha^lj^ned or didn't happen. I wls|i them luck, for individual races in the just concluded season were marked by enough twtsts jtnd turns to confound even the most astuHi political observers. Jfchile I approach the election results from an admittedly biased perspective, even discarding my conservative bent I set little that'should be disheartening to the American public. Part;)r labels aside, I believe the trends in this election superceded partisan politics. It is obvious that the voters are paying more attention to fiscal matters. The Proposition 13 anti • tax trend, in Nevada and elsewhere, is no mere ripple in the water. It if< a flood fed by the tears of drowning taxpayers, if you II fiorgive the hyperbole. The voters, choked by inflation, are demand ing and rightfully, that their tax dollars stay more frequently in their own pockets and not be used to feed voracious, big bellied governemnt budgets. \ Just as significant, I believe is an apparent voter concensus th at tax cuts^must be accompanied by reduced gov ernment spending. Big budgets mean big I appetites for tax dollars j and voters arecalling for ; \ a diet, The tax rate ex.i pands to meet the level of spending and voters believe it is time to guillotine the bureaucrats' ,. bankroll. • —^— session of Congress will write a meaningful tax relief package an^^initiate significant cuts in government spending. The 1978 tax package was a token document. It might keep people barely even with infiation and higher social security taxes, although it's a questionableproposition. In Nevada, voters gave the state Legislature an overwhelming mandate in their approval of Proposition Six. While the merits of the measure itself are debatable, the voter's intent is not. Nevadans obviously Thanksgiving Candlelight Communion Sen/ice Vegas Valley Christian Church will hold it's annual Thanksgiving candlelight communion service at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 22nd, Thanksgiving Eve. This service will feature "A Thanksgiving Sharing Time", a number of songs, a short devotional from Pastor Joel Rivers, and Thanksgiving candlelight communion service. Everyone is invited. Vegas Valley Christian ^ If there was a common denominator in the nation this year it was the marked success of candidates campaigning for tax cuts and spending decreases. The voters have given elected officials a clear directive, from the grassroots city governments through the state legislatures and on up into Congress i That four • word message^ Is very simple to read: Tax less; spend less. The voters' attitude is obvious. They want government to clamp down on spending and lower taxes. And while you're at it, they add, see if you can't cut the rising cost of living. The election is history and now it's up to your representatives in the legislature and Congress to translate your demands into meaningful legislation. Lower taxes and spending are not unealistSc goals. Everyone, liberals, conservatives and moderates, agrees there is waste in government. What has been unreasonably difficult until now, however, is finding enough votes to chop government spending. But there are indications that the time they are a changing. Hopefully the next Church is convtjniently located in the heart of Las Vegas Valley, close to Las Vegas, Henderson, and Boulder City at 5515 Mountain Vista and Rawhide, between Tropicana and Russell Road on west side of street. • Pastor Rivers will be speaking on Sunday morning the 2bth at 10 a.m. on "The God of Hope" and at 7 p.m. on "The Stor< Behind your Favorite Kvmn". are adamant in wanting tax cuts. It is now up to the Legislature to deliver the goods. Failure to do so, 1 hope legislators realize, would be unjust. A quick comment on the impact of the 1978 elections on the upcoming 96th Session of Congress. It looks like the ranks of the conservatives wUl be stronger, both because of some new faces and some changes caused by the voters' message to incumbents. That's good news, because a few additional votes may be crucial on issues such as labor reform, national health insurance and the SALT agreement when ithey surface before the Senate. It should be an interesting year. 4-H Horse Judgina Team The State Champion Brenda Slocumb and group visited Penn State Ron Arnt, team coaches accompanied the girls. During the four day stay in Pennsylvania the Horse Judging Team from Southern Nevada recently placed 13th in the National Horse Judging Contest held in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The contest was held during the Keystone International Livestock Exposition. Clark County team members Pam Slocumb, Karen Eckert, and Joi Flasko competed against teams rep: esenting 26 states. College the Capitol and the Hershey Chocolate plant. It Mt, 3E 1 --' '*^ DOUBLE CHOCOLATE FONDUE 1 package (8 iqutret) smi-iwfel chocolate 1 package (4 oz.) tweet cooking chocolate, broken in pieces 3/4 cup milk 1/4 rupaugtr Da>h of cinnamon Combine lU infredient* in saucepan. Cook and stir over low heat until meltd and smooth. Pour into fondue pot or amU chafSng diih and keep warm while serving. (If heated longer than 1/2 hour, add additional milk to maintain conaiatency.) Or. pour into demi-taase cups or small glaaaes and serve immediately. Use as a deasert or snack for dipping butter cookiea, ladyfingers, fieth or dried fruita, mints, marshmallows or nuts. Makes 2 cups. Si ss AT uS Inditidual Contractor | &Con8ultanti BOB O'DEU SH SHq Several Cpmftm To Choose From. rSi iM)tU:€i^^ W will Help i you with: '; Svj •Plumbing 353 Masonry tSSSSSSSMSSS^ !UU Elect rical • Ml 3s; Room 'Stt Additions • Drafting c-g asssi 2130 BOULDER gi HIGHWAY rlji HENDERSON jH:: PHONE |§j 565-0417 55 565-0516 s-:-: niO MARTIN, MANAGER OF VAllEY 'M BANK, hot helfMd ui with financing, which SVS! ,^ will b ovoilobU fo evr quolif iarf cwttemSSS 7iSv^>vld i • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • I I • • it S A"^^' psdcSanis onginal family HaircutlefS • • I CMIIO STYLE CUT REGULAR W 00 UPTOAOt 1? INCLUDES SHAMPOO CONDlTIONtR PRECISION CUT. 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An LmbiviMi t.ioial is a UIIICJIK .iiiJ wiiiidiTtiilexiXTiencctoi .iir. iin,\lai;,trit tdnninds ihefiHindet o! tmlirvon Hatrv Ri >bbiiis ai)>w er quesiKMiM'ti the latest h.iii c.we techniques Toqualifv (ci this v.iju.iblc Kiollet. HM c. >nH'lit t> 1 Ei;ibr\i >t \ tor a tree Hvdri 'l.nor aiial\-sis i I I I I I L I I Tnkc This Coupon Around The Corner. This oHi|vii itk'> vi '111. • .1 4inl6p.ij.TlxiLU'ii.Mi'.iin lilt: tin l.iitM nivkini.tit .nui be.iiiiviip liN ;-n'x i'^ II lx'iniHUllU'l IIUMIIMIIKI VIH H I KV H v i ll i 4 .Ml 'l II V I KSU % I I I I I l.Mil It ^ an olio .llloldhtH'dlH' I I J • toil

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Htndtrson Homt N.wi and Bouldr City Ntws Thurdoy, Novtmbr 23. 1 971 fa92 MMHft IMMMMIMIM1 WE HAVE A PARLAY CARD FOR EVERYONE AND WE HAVE THE BIGGEST PARLAY PAYBACKS STRMGHT PRRLflVCffiD NO CASH REBATE...BIQQER PARLAY 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 iOO FOR 1 BONUS 9 winners S^ loser paysf25,for 1 WE ACCEPT PARUY CARD WAGERS 24 HOURS A DAY HUEnnvFRflnifs BIG TEAss spam "GPonrsupoRDomn" 4 for 4 pays 7 for 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 pays 7 for 1 9 for 9 pays 16 for 1 10 FOR 10 PAYS 25 FOR 1 WIIUNilUG PARLAY CARDS WIU BE PAID AROUND THE CLOCK STARTING MONDAY AT NOON • :: • oCKH PflRUWCflRD 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 winners & 1 loser pays 30 for 1 > —r UJEUJIVITVOURPflRLPVQIRDS SCORES 733-0594 MicHMi ugeimiHuiK rain 20% OFF Plan-0-Matlc Microwave Oven RKUtslVlsU t |Hf4l'W! Action People' FlMtt you can kuy! Moon M 8888 O'Kecft ft Mtrritt Microwave Ovtni — Phileo Color TV — Ktlvinotor Refrigerator t Freeiers ED HARWOODiONSUMER^^ 118 E. Lake Mead (next to 7-11 store) lidiiei ch.iiyi '564-2210 PitnO Made coohtng • Bult tn t)'0ralu'e probt • DigiUt retdoui"~0f quality. Our control room manager watcnes your o'der progress from the day it s received unlit installed 305 CONVENTION CENTER DMVE Rcfnarkable Roc-Lon keeps every custofti drapery looking youpo and lively. They deserve to be kept that way. floc-Lon linings insulate against heat and cold, have a ram-no-stain shield, a sun screen that stops lading and shrinking control so you can wash them or dry clean thern RAINNOSTAIN RoGlori ^INSUUTEO LINING Jj • FREE ROC-LON ENERQY-SAVER LININGS instaHeo witn all new drapery orden, Scitntittcaiiy provan to kaep rooms cooiar and power bills lower • FREE DESIGNER SERVICE • CALL 386-0177 Our /wp at home representative will help you design the look that will do the most tor jrour home No ot>ligation lor ettlmaies. • FOR NEW-HOME BUYERS: m WILL INSTALL RODS AND LOANEB DPAPERIES WHILE YOUR ORDER IS BEING COWPLETED. 20% OFF ALL MINI BUNDS & WOVEN WOOD SHADES. CALL NOW! Q&D ORareRies A WVISX3N Of CUXJO CARPETS 725 N. MAIN 8T, Mon fri. 8 am 5 pm: Sat Sam • NOW PHONE 386-0177 iiiMt kMk< •/ Aid BOULDER CITY BY: FLO RAYMOND KYRA PETRICK Concessions Management Specialist for the National Park Service of Lake. Mead meets for an "Action People" interview!' Kyra, the only uniformed woman in the Concessions Division, will be starting her second year with the Lake Mead NMional Park Service this coming' March. Her work varies and has many facets of activity connected with it for she is involved in contractural matters with Marina Restaurants, Motels, and all concession services to the public; and jhe works with people who offer services and facilities to the public on Lake Mead and Lake Mojave. Job duties also include: reviewing rate requests, pricing and comparability studies, vacation cabin site leases and other important matters. She works a 5-day week, Monday through Friday, with occasional weekends. Her immediate supervisor is Thomas Brereton. Concessions Management Specialist, with whom she works closely. Prior to joining up with Lake Mead, Kyra worked as a Park Ranger .Naturalist. Interpretive Division, with the Redwood National Park Service for IMiyears. Her work experience has included: serving the Western Regional Office with the San F'ranoisco .. Park'Service in the Public .\ffairs Division for l**.. years. Her work included: public speaking for church, clubs, and educational institutions; and .serving as Island Supervisor of .Alcatraz with guided tours of the historical Fort for the Goldeij Gate National Recreation .\rea. Her first full time job upon completion of college was at the Channel Islands. 11 miles off shore from ,;, Ventura^ California. "The way I obtained this job was through plain, old persistance," Kyra laughed. "I guess they thought they would have to hire me to get me out of their hair Rom in Springfield. .Massachusetts; raised in HatfieUi (a town of 2,500 people). Kyra attended elementary school and graduated from high school with a class of 26 students, 'i enjoyed growing up in a small town," she .; mentioned, "but I wouldn't want to live in one again, I consider Boulder City a good size compared with ;; Hatfield, and I am most happy with the convenient location so close to Las Vegas and activity." • Kyra attended the University of Massachusetts majoring in Park Administration with a minor in Natural Science. She graduated in January of IQ*?! with a Bachelor of Science degree in Park Administration. During her summers of 1968-1970 while attending the University, Kyra worked as a Seasonal Naturalist at Grand Canyon National Park. "It was during my Freshmen Year that I decided on a career in Park Administration." Kyra said, "and the adventure, travel, and thrill of new places, sounded most,, appealing to me. I haven't been sorry for on minute ^^ for I love my field and have become a Westerner by choice, or better yet a converted desert rat!" Kyra resides in Boulder City with her cat, "Benjamin." Hobbies and sports include: Drama; music, (play ing the Dolcimer); play gun-fighting in Oalman. Arizona on weekends in small mining town; tennis, camping; back-packing; canoeing;bicycling; swi(nming; golf, and social dancing. Organisations an(f' activities include: Property Mistress for theafffr production "Born Yesterday" at the Reed Whippl^,, Cultural Center, Las Vegas; Henderson Reperetory Theatre; Secretary of Henderson Toastmistress Club; and Member of the National Reireation and Park Association. Kyra Petrick is charming, enthusiastic about her work, out-going, and optomistic Her philosophy L\; comprised of this attitude: "I believe in the equal importance of 'behind-the-scene" work. For any operation in business, or otherwise, to truly obtain success; every facet of the project needs complete cooperation. In my special work, dealing with the concessions doing a good job is a service needed for a satisfying outcome. It is good to remember that the little keg in-the-wheel' is as important to the pre formance of the wheel as the wheel itself" Htndtrton Homt Nw and Bowldr City Ntws Thundoy, Novembtr 23, 1978 Elections Confound Political Observers 27 By Snor Paul Ijxalt Thfai^:the time of year that QijEnation's political writers are picking through the tailings of the 1978 elections, trying toXirr^out rational exp^naHons for what ha^lj^ned or didn't happen. I wls|i them luck, for individual races in the just concluded season were marked by enough twtsts jtnd turns to confound even the most astuHi political observers. Jfchile I approach the election results from an admittedly biased perspective, even discarding my conservative bent I set little that'should be disheartening to the American public. Part;)r labels aside, I believe the trends in this election superceded partisan politics. It is obvious that the voters are paying more attention to fiscal matters. The Proposition 13 anti • tax trend, in Nevada and elsewhere, is no mere ripple in the water. It if< a flood fed by the tears of drowning taxpayers, if you II fiorgive the hyperbole. The voters, choked by inflation, are demand ing and rightfully, that their tax dollars stay more frequently in their own pockets and not be used to feed voracious, big bellied governemnt budgets. \ Just as significant, I believe is an apparent voter concensus th at tax cuts^must be accompanied by reduced gov ernment spending. Big budgets mean big I appetites for tax dollars j and voters arecalling for ; \ a diet, The tax rate ex.i pands to meet the level of spending and voters believe it is time to guillotine the bureaucrats' ,. bankroll. • —^— session of Congress will write a meaningful tax relief package an^^initiate significant cuts in government spending. The 1978 tax package was a token document. It might keep people barely even with infiation and higher social security taxes, although it's a questionableproposition. In Nevada, voters gave the state Legislature an overwhelming mandate in their approval of Proposition Six. While the merits of the measure itself are debatable, the voter's intent is not. Nevadans obviously Thanksgiving Candlelight Communion Sen/ice Vegas Valley Christian Church will hold it's annual Thanksgiving candlelight communion service at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 22nd, Thanksgiving Eve. This service will feature "A Thanksgiving Sharing Time", a number of songs, a short devotional from Pastor Joel Rivers, and Thanksgiving candlelight communion service. Everyone is invited. Vegas Valley Christian ^ If there was a common denominator in the nation this year it was the marked success of candidates campaigning for tax cuts and spending decreases. The voters have given elected officials a clear directive, from the grassroots city governments through the state legislatures and on up into Congress i That four • word message^ Is very simple to read: Tax less; spend less. The voters' attitude is obvious. They want government to clamp down on spending and lower taxes. And while you're at it, they add, see if you can't cut the rising cost of living. The election is history and now it's up to your representatives in the legislature and Congress to translate your demands into meaningful legislation. Lower taxes and spending are not unealistSc goals. Everyone, liberals, conservatives and moderates, agrees there is waste in government. What has been unreasonably difficult until now, however, is finding enough votes to chop government spending. But there are indications that the time they are a changing. Hopefully the next Church is convtjniently located in the heart of Las Vegas Valley, close to Las Vegas, Henderson, and Boulder City at 5515 Mountain Vista and Rawhide, between Tropicana and Russell Road on west side of street. • Pastor Rivers will be speaking on Sunday morning the 2bth at 10 a.m. on "The God of Hope" and at 7 p.m. on "The Stor< Behind your Favorite Kvmn". are adamant in wanting tax cuts. It is now up to the Legislature to deliver the goods. Failure to do so, 1 hope legislators realize, would be unjust. A quick comment on the impact of the 1978 elections on the upcoming 96th Session of Congress. It looks like the ranks of the conservatives wUl be stronger, both because of some new faces and some changes caused by the voters' message to incumbents. That's good news, because a few additional votes may be crucial on issues such as labor reform, national health insurance and the SALT agreement when ithey surface before the Senate. It should be an interesting year. 4-H Horse Judgina Team The State Champion Brenda Slocumb and group visited Penn State Ron Arnt, team coaches accompanied the girls. During the four day stay in Pennsylvania the Horse Judging Team from Southern Nevada recently placed 13th in the National Horse Judging Contest held in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The contest was held during the Keystone International Livestock Exposition. Clark County team members Pam Slocumb, Karen Eckert, and Joi Flasko competed against teams rep: esenting 26 states. College the Capitol and the Hershey Chocolate plant. It Mt, 3E 1 --' '*^ DOUBLE CHOCOLATE FONDUE 1 package (8 iqutret) smi-iwfel chocolate 1 package (4 oz.) tweet cooking chocolate, broken in pieces 3/4 cup milk 1/4 rupaugtr Da>h of cinnamon Combine lU infredient* in saucepan. Cook and stir over low heat until meltd and smooth. Pour into fondue pot or amU chafSng diih and keep warm while serving. (If heated longer than 1/2 hour, add additional milk to maintain conaiatency.) Or. pour into demi-taase cups or small glaaaes and serve immediately. Use as a deasert or snack for dipping butter cookiea, ladyfingers, fieth or dried fruita, mints, marshmallows or nuts. Makes 2 cups. Si ss AT uS Inditidual Contractor | &Con8ultanti BOB O'DEU SH SHq Several Cpmftm To Choose From. rSi iM)tU:€i^^ W will Help i you with: '; Svj •Plumbing 353 Masonry tSSSSSSSMSSS^ !UU Elect rical • Ml 3s; Room 'Stt Additions • Drafting c-g asssi 2130 BOULDER gi HIGHWAY rlji HENDERSON jH:: PHONE |§j 565-0417 55 565-0516 s-:-: niO MARTIN, MANAGER OF VAllEY 'M BANK, hot helfMd ui with financing, which SVS! ,^ will b ovoilobU fo evr quolif iarf cwttemSSS 7iSv^>vld i • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • I I • • it S A"^^' psdcSanis onginal family HaircutlefS • • I CMIIO STYLE CUT REGULAR W 00 UPTOAOt 1? INCLUDES SHAMPOO CONDlTIONtR PRECISION CUT. 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Once a proU'>LMonal facial bv i-suofthe'nainc salonscamedwith it a price tag appro.ichiiig tin.national deni Time* have chanijcil. and that's id news fii v>ui .iiid.loi vour if>nipicxif'n \'l\A.LAS\tGAS'AiiiM.uncin>;tlic>;iaiH]i'|X"nmci:ilutAi.Ki^iMtiiilii\iin (.iii.ii .1 l,ii M1 ili.ii IS vk'tiiifK .iffa"ii\ i.inJ.rfh-ni.iMiRead Thi Antf Lvani Ho Your Face Can Be Rebon*. \\ iuinoiui'iiu iiiti'i Ni'urfcin IMAIIH {ilCl.ll VKlllI Ii'fllW a IKMIincni K ifiu 'I>\x't W yen i '< I x|viiiw(' Ii n a tTraimcntTnfhmii >;iic^swork, wiilioiit IIK* annlositpplic.itit l crcnio and (imtincniv Eiiibivoii Ivliovc^vou can I iif at a ptohlcm until that proK Icni h,is Kvn uiiniifiod, and th.ii s why w c dc\f loivd I he H V.I ri '1,( I. T. a lacial aiialviisinav hiiic that ^;\ o<. our tiained lechniciaM a blueprint ofvourface Norvvi• tacc*arc .liiM' .And no tw. 1 pans(>t the face .UL.like Theretorr.nctw.'treaiiiients are alike at Eiiibi vit the kiiiii \. H: cet with viap and w atoi-. but the Kind vougel withour sjYvial cleansing and ina^vmAll the dea.l skin and aceuniul.'ied mv purities are rcnvrtcd tioni C\—1775 E. Tropicana—Li Vegu 733-2056—In the Los Arco Plata Your RclH>nComplexion Is At The End Of The Rainbow. Rcmenilvi the bluepiint' N'l 'M ih.it Vi'Ui t,k"i' isclenn|>ih,ips loi thctiisi timein ve.ii>wcc.iii Ix>;in iri aiuh;ilu sivcitic prtibleinsiiui .uialvMsix'inii'd nut nilfcrent cnlcred inasquos-di\cloix\l by Etnliivi'narcappjievt ti 1 diffcient aieas of \i >uF faciAThe eml irsuli is .1 r.iinlxm litii\inieiic>its Auci^be(xt ofuiikilsvourncw coiii]3^Hin E.K-lHKJtnu-nu>fT(Ocki 'idint; icWMirspc^thrrfei'sls Itsiusi tcni lolxlicvr ha one trcmiiieni iloiH' one way. can c uie all ills When liie R,nnS< >w Faei.il has (k>ne It* \\ 1 nk wrrenvATthe ni.ixHii-N .\Mth our nwii t.icu, >haini\H<,\\cihencaretullv m • Nourtaci-tnck'scthep.>rl•^ .M.. then m.iNNni."e Vi>ur face with m.' nu'isiuiirinn rriiiu Your Complexion Will Lot>k Like A Million Dollars. Itll Cost ,\ Lot Less. An LmbiviMi t.ioial is a UIIICJIK .iiiJ wiiiidiTtiilexiXTiencctoi .iir. iin,\lai;,trit tdnninds ihefiHindet o! tmlirvon Hatrv Ri >bbiiis ai)>w er quesiKMiM'ti the latest h.iii c.we techniques Toqualifv (ci this v.iju.iblc Kiollet. HM c. >nH'lit t> 1 Ei;ibr\i >t \ tor a tree Hvdri 'l.nor aiial\-sis i I I I I I L I I Tnkc This Coupon Around The Corner. This oHi|vii itk'> vi '111. • .1 4inl6p.ij.TlxiLU'ii.Mi'.iin lilt: tin l.iitM nivkini.tit .nui be.iiiiviip liN ;-n'x i'^ II lx'iniHUllU'l IIUMIIMIIKI VIH H I KV H v i ll i 4 .Ml 'l II V I KSU % I I I I I l.Mil It ^ an olio .llloldhtH'dlH' I I J • toil

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    r Henderson Horn. Ntw ond Bowldtr City Ntw Page 21 TEENS SPEAK OUT Thurdoy; Novembtr 23, 1978 '1 I ByAmSutorius I went to the high school and asked the fpllowing questions: What do you think of your high school, and if you could make changes, what would they be? Laura Butlcr-I think the school is great, but I think it needs a cafeteria. Patty Riggs-The school has great potential, but I think it should offer more career classes than just secretarial. It also needs a cafeteria. Laura Rowe-I think the school is pretty good. \ am from the East and the school here is a little slower, but I like it otherwise. Angte Thanig-I liked Phoenix better, but only because it is not as slow. Also I think they should put in a cafeteria. It should offer a selection of I''.. J.-^. "sandwiches, fruits and salads, not just a menu that gives us something whether we like it or not. Laura Rowe-Also I think we need a fruit juice machine, you know, orange juice, grape juice and stuff like that. Also a coke machine but if I had a choice I would pick the juice. Tlfishima Olinger-The school is great! It has good spirit and good rules. The school sets good examples for us and I also think the guys are good looking! Wendy 5chaffner-I think the school is well, okay, but we really need that niiddle school. We also need a cafeteria, and cleaner bathrooms. Debbie Bright-We need the hiddle school and a cafeteria. Also, the bathrooms smell very bad and they need to' be painted. The bathrooms should be painted flashy colors. Brett Maycs (Class President 8th grade)-The school is okay, but we need more activities for THE FamiLV STOREi Yoar Mrry Christmas Store J"oy Layaway i^ \ J6 y^''"" YAHTZEE GAME 2.44 Reg 349 Li' ^ SnapLock B^ds 1 /^. NOVEMBER 24 THRU NOVEMBER 30 ^ ^h n 28" Teddy Bear or jj Cuddly ond soft "PPy The Hopp.ness DOQ Twins' YOUR CHOICE 9.97 \]| Skateboard .j Rider SAVE 1.02 Reg. 4.99 GriM* 'ii'i 'nf sni.lll Ifv' Mafi*' (i1 '.litrt.it.iWc piV.lir TMlfiul eoch n^tr^i**^ Tuffy Turtle or Charlie Car Puzzle YOUR 0 ilil CHOICE LJn ^ 3.49 SUPER SAVINGS IN EVERY D EPARTMENT Creative Blocks 1.88 R0. 2.69 \tmim M%' • ^Kl~. • • By, Safe&Soft 2J7 Assorted cgt Vehicles ^ • Rnsc STORE HOURS: fmrnvsTOR it Mon. thru Fri 9 ID 9 Sit9tD6 StfilltoS Hmdwson Plu u Safswsy Shoppino drttr ^ mastff I t\A< jt VISA the Jr. High kids. For instance, more assemblies and dances at night. I am working on getting thesf changes through the student council. Jill-We need a smoking area for the Jr. Sr. High. The way it is now. people who smoke get chased out of the kiddie park by the cops, and out of the bathrooms by the principal. The kids who smoke are going to do it anyway, and I think they should make it easier on the rest of us by giving them an area to do it in. On This Topic Of Smoking There was universal Agreement. Canie Hall-The Jr. High should have it's own year book. Felecia Calabrese-We need a cafeteria. • Jennifer Rogers-We could use a gymnastics team, and after school team co-ed sports. I like the school. Nica Fava-I like the school but we need more Sr. Activities. Laurie Bcll-We need a cafeteria. It isn't so bad when the weather is nice, but when it is cold and rainy out it is miserable. We don't have enough time to walk home, and it gets so muddy from not enougji grass that we can't eat except standing up in the halls. We also need cleaner bathfooms. Joe Power-We need team sports for the Jr. High, and a cafeteria. Kari Vanderford-Thc school is pretty good, but we need a cafeteria and cleaner bathrooms. Betty KingstoivTen minute breaks and the school would be great. Karen Foster-The rooms are freezing. We need band uniforms and popular rock 'n roll music lo sing in the chorus. I hate to sing that old stuff, and I mean, i would really like it if they would' get with it. Jim Alward-Toilct Doors! The bathrooms are gross and unclean. It sounds like I don't like the school, but I really do. A group of students who wanted their names -*"*ACCOUSTICAL CEILINGS SPRAYED AND RESPRAYED 647-3666 TT J. PALM MEMORIAL PARK "IVHtYTNMG M ONI lOUTION" • CHAPH •CEMETIRY • MORTUARY • MAUSOLEUM PkM: M4-lltl BMlder Hlgkway, HcBierMi withheld, felt • that teachers should be given a one year trial by students. At the end of the year the students would vote on whether they thought the teacher was good or not, or if they learned from that teacher. They expressed the view that they sit in the classes all day long and their opinions should be considered in the rehiring of teachers. When asked if they would blackball a teacher if they knew he could not get a job elsewhere, they all said they would not. When asked about the new principal: He is okay, but strict. He is strict, but he is fair in his rules and examples. He needs to have more spirit weeks. He should give us longer lunches, even if it meant that we started 20 minute* earlier in the morning. Either that or a cafeteria. He is trying to be fair. Not bad. I know where I stand with ^ him. A little square, but not too bad. He is honest. Strict, but not mean about it. I think he wants (o kn ow how wc feel, and we should give him a fair chance. He cares about the school and the students. He doesn't care. ^^ As the person asking the questions I feel the overall attitude at the Jr. Sr. High school is way above normal.-very posi...tive. !t_ any teeoAgers have questions you would like answered, statements you would like printed, creative material you would like to see in the paper, or problems you need help in solving, drop mc a line. This column is, after all, for you, and I will welcome your opinions. Write to: Teens Speak Out. P.O. Box 74. Boulder City, Nevada-8900.S. Be sure to enclose i self-addressed stamped envelope, and specify if you want your name printed or withheld. HTCT: Som* lay snetiing on Stur day meini you'll IM your iwtithtart on Sunday. ^ IF YOU WANT liARTS f, :r CAll 565-8715 ^ — r ^ We Pay T( JUNK 0 0 CARS ENGINES-TRANSMISSIONS 90 DAYS WARRANTY S Installation Availabit SOUTHERN NevADA AUTO PARTS 1739 ROUIDER HWY, At King StfMt t ^ 20 YEARS IN BUSINESS "I 24 How Towing 564-1180 | ; I I RjbiCJilVliD I ndirten Hem* N*w and Beuldcr Oty NtWi Thurwtoy, NevtmlMr 23,1978 ^ '^ *? Topics for Taxpayers The intricacies of Nevada's unemployvment compensation program are hard to penetrate. Two weeks ago Larry McCracken. the State Director, presented a lucid and well prepared description of the present "state of the art" to a group of employers assembled by the Reno Chamber of Commerce. But his job wasn't easy. In its 40 years of existence the program has developed several volumes of regulations and precedents, as well as some major amendments. The greatest mystery is the existence of any "unemployment" rate in northern Nevada at a time when spage after page of help wanted ads appear in the newspapers every day. Employers find it difTicult to understand why anyone cannot get a job if he wants it. The mystery is compounded when enoployers are told that a worker is ineligible for unemployment compensation unless he or she is "available" for assignment to a job. The conclusion is general that there are several hundred people in Nevada who have devised ways to beat the system. The explanation usually advanced is that people drawing compensation are unemployable. They just can't hold a job. Ifthat is true then the next question is "how did these people amass sufficient wage' credits to make them eligible for inclusion in the work force in the first place?" A major problem is the "index of unemployment" devised by the federal government. The most the few remaining defenders of the presently used index claim for it is that "it measures with considerable lack of reliability the number of people in the labor force of this country who, if the pay were right and the hours right, might be available for at least a little work once in a while." Another problem is the subsidization of intermittent of seasonal unemployment. Even some government dely HNIST L. NIWTON Un*mployment Comp. Hard to Undontond partments maintain a cadre of employees available and willing to work during peak activity periods. They don't want steady year long work. They are only marginally connected with the nation's labor force. Their employers make it easy for.them to work when, as and if they want to and then cooperate in the qualification of their "temporaries" for unemployment pay during slack times. Another group with only minimal connection to the labor force is composed of retirees. Workers retire because of company policy or because of age and incapacity to do the work. Often their social security stipened is augmented by an employer paid pension plan. They are, really, no longer a part of the labor force. But because they cannot be placed in a job comparable to the one they left, they are paid unemployment compensation. Finally, the level of unemployment compenHOMEEWTYIOMS M nun ton citMimn mil HiHi limit NO LOAN ORBROKER FEES NEVADA FIRST THRIFT IISlUliM MSTUMUU IS4LIUmKn. i-io U24U2 %nH4 T3I.2O40 I — • *MK*wiicrTt.uitt. w wwi*'ftuHMimaw-tji'rtmai Kick the Bottle! Pick Wah Casay's Sparkling, Tasty Purified Water by Reverse Osmosis No 50-pound bottles to heft No urgly, glass bottles to store ~~and, chances are, you'll save considerable money. You Owe Your Fernly Watwi^ AnottneSwviMerf aterMy Systems SIE 4 TASTI THf WATER PORTIR EUCTRIC, INC. 539 Ntvodo Hwy B.C. SBme NEVADA sncE m YOUNGBRUE MOVING AND STORAGE CO. AGENTS FOR GLOBAL VAN UNES • LOCAL MOVES • STORAGE • OUT-OFSTATE MOVES • CONTROIIED MOVES INTO NEVADA WHEN ITS YOUR MOVE ITS OURS TOOl CALL 457-3060 1624 MOJAVE RD., LAS VEGAS NOW OPEN GOOD TIME YoUr complete sales and service center for Timex watches in Las Vegas. Most watches repaired on premiees. We carry all lines of Timex watches. GkMxJ TImt ^mtx watch u\n A 4300 Meadows Lane (Meadows Mall) Uppe iMi. Mxt to Divwndi. Pl hi IN MM toL Op MBn..S 10-9 Sundiy 124 Ptam rO-7300 BLM Releases Additional In Ueu Of Taxes" Money The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) advised Rep. Jim Santini, sation payments is highly attractive. It is two thirds of the average weekly wage, but it is really more than that because it is tax-free income. The take home *value approaches 90' of the pay available for working and there are no work clothes to buy, no transportation to worry about, no union dues deducted. For the worker who is paid handsomely for six or seven months, the receipt of tax expense free income for the remaining five or six months of a year becomes attractive when it entails no more than a weekly trip to the unemployment field office to inquire, "Nobody wants to hire me today do they?" today that Clark County will receive an additional $452,978 as a result of a revision in the computation of the country's FY '77 in Lieu of Taxes payment. The revision was made after the Comptroller General of the United States ruled that counties did not have to subtract state aid to school districts from their annual IT> Lieu of Taxes allotments. According to Santini, the adjusted payment, added to the original'FY '77 allotment, brings the county's total allotment for that year to $99S,636. Santini said he has also asked the BLM to recompute the county's FY '78 payment, so additional allotments can soon be made for this year as well. •r*ar*r* DR. ROBERT C. 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    r Henderson Horn. Ntw ond Bowldtr City Ntw Page 21 TEENS SPEAK OUT Thurdoy; Novembtr 23, 1978 '1 I ByAmSutorius I went to the high school and asked the fpllowing questions: What do you think of your high school, and if you could make changes, what would they be? Laura Butlcr-I think the school is great, but I think it needs a cafeteria. Patty Riggs-The school has great potential, but I think it should offer more career classes than just secretarial. It also needs a cafeteria. Laura Rowe-I think the school is pretty good. \ am from the East and the school here is a little slower, but I like it otherwise. Angte Thanig-I liked Phoenix better, but only because it is not as slow. Also I think they should put in a cafeteria. It should offer a selection of I''.. J.-^. "sandwiches, fruits and salads, not just a menu that gives us something whether we like it or not. Laura Rowe-Also I think we need a fruit juice machine, you know, orange juice, grape juice and stuff like that. Also a coke machine but if I had a choice I would pick the juice. Tlfishima Olinger-The school is great! It has good spirit and good rules. The school sets good examples for us and I also think the guys are good looking! Wendy 5chaffner-I think the school is well, okay, but we really need that niiddle school. We also need a cafeteria, and cleaner bathrooms. Debbie Bright-We need the hiddle school and a cafeteria. Also, the bathrooms smell very bad and they need to' be painted. The bathrooms should be painted flashy colors. Brett Maycs (Class President 8th grade)-The school is okay, but we need more activities for THE FamiLV STOREi Yoar Mrry Christmas Store J"oy Layaway i^ \ J6 y^''"" YAHTZEE GAME 2.44 Reg 349 Li' ^ SnapLock B^ds 1 /^. 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The kids who smoke are going to do it anyway, and I think they should make it easier on the rest of us by giving them an area to do it in. On This Topic Of Smoking There was universal Agreement. Canie Hall-The Jr. High should have it's own year book. Felecia Calabrese-We need a cafeteria. • Jennifer Rogers-We could use a gymnastics team, and after school team co-ed sports. I like the school. Nica Fava-I like the school but we need more Sr. Activities. Laurie Bcll-We need a cafeteria. It isn't so bad when the weather is nice, but when it is cold and rainy out it is miserable. We don't have enough time to walk home, and it gets so muddy from not enougji grass that we can't eat except standing up in the halls. We also need cleaner bathfooms. Joe Power-We need team sports for the Jr. High, and a cafeteria. Kari Vanderford-Thc school is pretty good, but we need a cafeteria and cleaner bathrooms. Betty KingstoivTen minute breaks and the school would be great. Karen Foster-The rooms are freezing. We need band uniforms and popular rock 'n roll music lo sing in the chorus. I hate to sing that old stuff, and I mean, i would really like it if they would' get with it. Jim Alward-Toilct Doors! The bathrooms are gross and unclean. It sounds like I don't like the school, but I really do. A group of students who wanted their names -*"*ACCOUSTICAL CEILINGS SPRAYED AND RESPRAYED 647-3666 TT J. PALM MEMORIAL PARK "IVHtYTNMG M ONI lOUTION" • CHAPH •CEMETIRY • MORTUARY • MAUSOLEUM PkM: M4-lltl BMlder Hlgkway, HcBierMi withheld, felt • that teachers should be given a one year trial by students. At the end of the year the students would vote on whether they thought the teacher was good or not, or if they learned from that teacher. They expressed the view that they sit in the classes all day long and their opinions should be considered in the rehiring of teachers. When asked if they would blackball a teacher if they knew he could not get a job elsewhere, they all said they would not. When asked about the new principal: He is okay, but strict. He is strict, but he is fair in his rules and examples. He needs to have more spirit weeks. He should give us longer lunches, even if it meant that we started 20 minute* earlier in the morning. Either that or a cafeteria. He is trying to be fair. Not bad. I know where I stand with ^ him. A little square, but not too bad. He is honest. Strict, but not mean about it. I think he wants (o kn ow how wc feel, and we should give him a fair chance. He cares about the school and the students. He doesn't care. ^^ As the person asking the questions I feel the overall attitude at the Jr. Sr. High school is way above normal.-very posi...tive. !t_ any teeoAgers have questions you would like answered, statements you would like printed, creative material you would like to see in the paper, or problems you need help in solving, drop mc a line. This column is, after all, for you, and I will welcome your opinions. Write to: Teens Speak Out. P.O. Box 74. Boulder City, Nevada-8900.S. Be sure to enclose i self-addressed stamped envelope, and specify if you want your name printed or withheld. HTCT: Som* lay snetiing on Stur day meini you'll IM your iwtithtart on Sunday. ^ IF YOU WANT liARTS f, :r CAll 565-8715 ^ — r ^ We Pay T( JUNK 0 0 CARS ENGINES-TRANSMISSIONS 90 DAYS WARRANTY S Installation Availabit SOUTHERN NevADA AUTO PARTS 1739 ROUIDER HWY, At King StfMt t ^ 20 YEARS IN BUSINESS "I 24 How Towing 564-1180 | ; I I RjbiCJilVliD I ndirten Hem* N*w and Beuldcr Oty NtWi Thurwtoy, NevtmlMr 23,1978 ^ '^ *? Topics for Taxpayers The intricacies of Nevada's unemployvment compensation program are hard to penetrate. Two weeks ago Larry McCracken. the State Director, presented a lucid and well prepared description of the present "state of the art" to a group of employers assembled by the Reno Chamber of Commerce. But his job wasn't easy. In its 40 years of existence the program has developed several volumes of regulations and precedents, as well as some major amendments. The greatest mystery is the existence of any "unemployment" rate in northern Nevada at a time when spage after page of help wanted ads appear in the newspapers every day. Employers find it difTicult to understand why anyone cannot get a job if he wants it. The mystery is compounded when enoployers are told that a worker is ineligible for unemployment compensation unless he or she is "available" for assignment to a job. The conclusion is general that there are several hundred people in Nevada who have devised ways to beat the system. The explanation usually advanced is that people drawing compensation are unemployable. They just can't hold a job. Ifthat is true then the next question is "how did these people amass sufficient wage' credits to make them eligible for inclusion in the work force in the first place?" A major problem is the "index of unemployment" devised by the federal government. The most the few remaining defenders of the presently used index claim for it is that "it measures with considerable lack of reliability the number of people in the labor force of this country who, if the pay were right and the hours right, might be available for at least a little work once in a while." Another problem is the subsidization of intermittent of seasonal unemployment. Even some government dely HNIST L. NIWTON Un*mployment Comp. Hard to Undontond partments maintain a cadre of employees available and willing to work during peak activity periods. They don't want steady year long work. They are only marginally connected with the nation's labor force. Their employers make it easy for.them to work when, as and if they want to and then cooperate in the qualification of their "temporaries" for unemployment pay during slack times. Another group with only minimal connection to the labor force is composed of retirees. Workers retire because of company policy or because of age and incapacity to do the work. Often their social security stipened is augmented by an employer paid pension plan. They are, really, no longer a part of the labor force. But because they cannot be placed in a job comparable to the one they left, they are paid unemployment compensation. Finally, the level of unemployment compenHOMEEWTYIOMS M nun ton citMimn mil HiHi limit NO LOAN ORBROKER FEES NEVADA FIRST THRIFT IISlUliM MSTUMUU IS4LIUmKn. i-io U24U2 %nH4 T3I.2O40 I — • *MK*wiicrTt.uitt. w wwi*'ftuHMimaw-tji'rtmai Kick the Bottle! Pick Wah Casay's Sparkling, Tasty Purified Water by Reverse Osmosis No 50-pound bottles to heft No urgly, glass bottles to store ~~and, chances are, you'll save considerable money. You Owe Your Fernly Watwi^ AnottneSwviMerf aterMy Systems SIE 4 TASTI THf WATER PORTIR EUCTRIC, INC. 539 Ntvodo Hwy B.C. SBme NEVADA sncE m YOUNGBRUE MOVING AND STORAGE CO. AGENTS FOR GLOBAL VAN UNES • LOCAL MOVES • STORAGE • OUT-OFSTATE MOVES • CONTROIIED MOVES INTO NEVADA WHEN ITS YOUR MOVE ITS OURS TOOl CALL 457-3060 1624 MOJAVE RD., LAS VEGAS NOW OPEN GOOD TIME YoUr complete sales and service center for Timex watches in Las Vegas. Most watches repaired on premiees. We carry all lines of Timex watches. GkMxJ TImt ^mtx watch u\n A 4300 Meadows Lane (Meadows Mall) Uppe iMi. Mxt to Divwndi. Pl hi IN MM toL Op MBn..S 10-9 Sundiy 124 Ptam rO-7300 BLM Releases Additional In Ueu Of Taxes" Money The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) advised Rep. Jim Santini, sation payments is highly attractive. It is two thirds of the average weekly wage, but it is really more than that because it is tax-free income. The take home *value approaches 90' of the pay available for working and there are no work clothes to buy, no transportation to worry about, no union dues deducted. For the worker who is paid handsomely for six or seven months, the receipt of tax expense free income for the remaining five or six months of a year becomes attractive when it entails no more than a weekly trip to the unemployment field office to inquire, "Nobody wants to hire me today do they?" today that Clark County will receive an additional $452,978 as a result of a revision in the computation of the country's FY '77 in Lieu of Taxes payment. The revision was made after the Comptroller General of the United States ruled that counties did not have to subtract state aid to school districts from their annual IT> Lieu of Taxes allotments. According to Santini, the adjusted payment, added to the original'FY '77 allotment, brings the county's total allotment for that year to $99S,636. Santini said he has also asked the BLM to recompute the county's FY '78 payment, so additional allotments can soon be made for this year as well. •r*ar*r* DR. ROBERT C. 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THIS GIGANTIC c^^:iiSALEII m MANDNEW'79F0IIOLTDW6N 71 OUAHADA 2 OOOB OHIA ,>_, ^ V enmne • Momftic Trammiuion • PooK Sleenno • ROK* f'oni Disc Bonfs CoMirnnm AH fM i Tepe Powei Wimlowj < Ucr Aluminum Scone Wnetli Pnw tocM Rowei Sell fcuiie Control Tin Wtieei Rjflul • ^ Moon tal Vinyl Itool Open Wmoowi • OifiUI Clocii • OIX hrm OwP • I^KKIO" O"** S' J. 3SI vt,engine tuvxniiic nansmiuion powe' Stwino pooet front diK Wlkn Hft?Bll4 WSW tires tiltwtieei cruiM control (JualtacinorHrMatt ileluu luQSate <.< AN ruiio timed gliu liuury 71 LTD LANDAU "LUXUNr 2 Don 440 V( AiMMM Tiinynuisn I Conditioniiw l^mtr WbdNrt PoMdodU'PNwSM.niNlMl-CnilHCwwti -CoovemannGrouc ANWiTi^e lu>urybei.Miylta)-llSMani'>rMctMn bout Luiur; at ttj Anail No 71M ^^ r SMIMtSM.nie 7495 71 LTD LANDAU 4 Door 4eO VI engiiie Automatic Trantmiuion .... .,_. A> ConditionM AuMiaK Timpariiwe Pomr WinooM Saan AM FM I PtMer steering. Pfeir Ode lt*ai I .>oii Luclu • saan AM m Tape. LUIU> Group Tilt Wheel Cruiu Control RUM • iHunnaMd imrY lyOan Vinvl M Conanng Unpi. Protection bout Li{M Gmp -Seeing Utomg Mo ^301 7895 71 LTD LANDAU _,^ ^ I Doo 4eo VI Engine Automallc Trinmuion Poeier Steering PoMr One liaMt Air Coni)itioning leatlter Trim Pom anndoan Pomor IKU Pm* Saati Tilt tMieei' CruiH Cimtioi AM FM Slarn I Ouatf Tiga Landai ^mf\ Group 4 Oaip Onn Aiunnum VttieaK Cannr iMpe iKuiWtMM Enty S Triai Toomg Plig Vinyl Kopl Le Milea! M. HTD ury Group 4 0 .^aMrMeanP $! • uKaei covers LTD sound insulation package power rear in)ow rocker panel rnHdings power vent systen Frpin You nt/igon MasNr No lei IRAND NEW 79 FOND LTD 4 DOOR S 0 L VI engine automatic transmission power slatring power front Me braUss AID FR7tii4 WSW danai cwk Detun xanpu youp. AWFM Stereo aiM iiterior accent grgup. PriNcHn gnic tinted glass 'tnote nwror roctiar panel eteldingi. paint itiiprs leimt wfieei coven LTD seunD padiage New American *nA Car No S20 AU V1MICL18 SUejECT TO WWOR SALE • PRICES DO NOT IMCLUOC MCV. SALES TAX. wi tUVABA'S UUIMtT VOIUMI MALIBII' PRICES 800D TtWU NOV 2471 MMtMMn*/ I^MHCur \ PROG f • m n nnoi M Kmn EmnsMT M wuaMW fRIENDLY FORDS' DETERMINATION TO BE THE LARGEST' VOLUME FORO DEALER IN THE WEST WILL MAKE LYOUR DEALIII '^k 666 N. DECATUR PHONE 870-7221 tfumits^ti uiit Nint Ml Mi-iiiN m I IT n UTNMT IT'S ALL HAPPENING NOW IN FRIENDLY FORD COUNTRY!! A9AIN...N0B0DY BEATS A FRIENDLY FORO DEALII' Uvrd 1171 FOM F-1S0 CUtTM IHIEMI Dvome front bumper, emmelir I Oil Pressure Geuges. Opttenal Ratio Axle, powr sieerlng. low mount mirrors, extri cooHng packaoe. rear step bumper. 300 6 cylindir entlne. si twdmrn. 5 L7-1$ 6 ply i 7M I ttrei. Stock No $4999 NEVADA'S imUL' TRUCK HEADQUUTEM 'J,^ni C/'.^'M lOTiFMcmn W MMEELBASE. 20 UT cyllntter enfine. vartabU ratio manual steering, power roni(tlKMM.bhaMfrntbufflpar,iR Box y^'-Ptl •JtMi v.'. $4299 4

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    >r:^.^ i^fjH"*TWi. C tTV EO I Hvndarson Mom Nwi and Bouldar City Nws 30 Thursday, November 23, I97r • MEMBELMVEGASiS FRIENDLY FORD COUNTRYI /c'T^ t^i/rd j Jifni • IAW ) li^W lA^ ) i/irrij iAmd y ii'<' f> FJ£^ I' 74 MC "tnWTMOlABr V8, automatic, power steering, powar bukes. AIR. AM radio, split front seat, luggaoe rack, "Compact Wagon" No. WA M1M ^2466 78 FORD "FAIRMONT FUTURA' 2 Door, V8. automatic, power steering, power brakes, AIR. AM/ FM tape, factory rallye wfieels, vinyl top, bucket seats, WSW radials "Only TWO miles" No. P3236 WAt tHI NO*! "SM 76 BUICK "RE6AL" 2 Door. V8, automatic, power steering, power AIR. vinyl top. velour interior factory custom wheels, WSW tires Low Miles" No. 50SA WAt I8H8 Brior. 1<4288 74 PINTO -RUNABOUT' 4 cylinder 4 speed, bucket seats. "Econof < my NO 610A f WAg $m 101 75 D006E "CORONET" 2 Door V8. automatic, powef steer mo. power brakes. AIR. vinyl top. AM/FM with tape WSW tires. '"Low, Low Miles" No 9822B WAI t34>| Ml V. '77 UT8UN "F-tO" 2 door 4 cylinder 4 speed, bucket seats. WSW tires. Economy Plus" No 9030A_ WAI Wt V '75 OlDS "CUTU8S SUHEME" 4 door. V6 automatic power steering, power brakes, tilt wheel. AIR. custom interior AM/FM with cassette, WSW, 'Family Fun No R787 WAI M19 IIW 74 "THUNDER8III0" Full power, AM/FM with tape, tilt & cruise, power windows and power seats, custom wheels, leather interior, vinyl top, WSW radials "Luxury at iU Finest' No. 566A WAI t4TW MM 78 FORD "FAIRMONT 4 OR" 6 cylinder, automati',. power steering, power brakes, AIR. AMI FM tape. WSW radials, 2900 miieo "Gome Early'" No. R7M WAt IWW Mt !4!l6a 78 CHEVY "MONTE CARLO LANOAU" V8. automatic, power steerino. power brakes, AIR, /kM Radio, vinyl top. wire wheel covers, tilt & cruise, "Silver Mauty" No 93038 WAI I74W I (X. trinivdu iminM 4 nNndv kmiiMiiton. MtcPhirMn wut In rack 1 pMon llMrlng. IronI K trAH IhtMAinAMri MMIIMn. K. mmn m Mlitm. tMM gkti meviMt wn windows Heavy duty nurnugr ml bHIvy 'An Eicmng Eipirionci' S No Ik t4i fMull BUND NEW 1979 RESTA THREE DOOR ^4595 \ vT^; ^i^dXOSA^ BRANDNEW1979FAIBM0NT2OO0R IS 200 CIO 3 31 ( cylmMr in|tiM. AiMWIIC mmisson DowfsiM'ing.ponrkwieiKlralw.ua. AM'UK MMgius bodytieoinoMlMI. aa-TIXK WSW iiiH.CiolMim TmeiilStilliigltMCvEve' IntrMucoO' No 145 IN FRIENDLY ^i FORD COUNTRYI!^ .w )l '77 TOYOTt "COnUA DEUIXE" 2 door, 4 cylinder, automatic, bueket seat, factory wfteels, WSW. ""Must See"" No. 2door lory 9740A WAI mM NOW fcilliil $' '77 CHEV "CONCOUn HtTCMMK" power Steerino. 6 cylinder automatic. ,. ..-. poower brakes factory rallye wheels radio. WSW radials. ""Must See" No 962eA WAI MWS M] 74 CHEVY "CAPRICE CLASSIC" V8 automatic power steering power brakes. AIR. AM/FM stereo tilt wheel. power windows power door locks, vinyl top WSW tires Full driving comfort" No 441A WAI mis M< *2366 75 FORD "PINTO WA60N" 4 cYitnder automatic, power brakes. AIR.AM Radio Economy Wagon' No 10071A WAI ta7M Ml 78 FORD "FAIRMONT 2 OR" 6 cylinder, automatic, power steering, power brakes AIR AM radio vinyl top. wire wheel covers Economy Plus" WAI t2t Ml *4488 77 PONTIAC "6RAN0 PRIX" V6. automatic, power steering, power brakes, AIR, factory rallye wheels. WSW radials, "Luxury Plus" No P3261 WAI mil NW ^4995 76 MUSTANG II "HATCHBACK' 3 door, pony package. VS. 4 speed, AM radio, with tape power steeririg. power brakes. AIR. WSW radials. Factory Rallye wheels, deluxe inter lor Showroom condition" No 788A WAI t47M MJI $' '75 PINTO "lUNmUT" 4 cylinder. 4 speed. AM/FM cassette, bucket seats. WSW tin No SeSA WAI nm ^ tires "Economy Plus" 75 FORD "GRANADA SHIA" 2 door, V8, automatic, power steerino, power brakes. AIR, bucket seats. AM radio. Vinyl top, GMa Pkg. "Must See" N6 708A WAI WH Mt 75 FORD LTD 2 door, V8. automatic, power steering, power brakes. AIR. AM radio. WSW tires. Only 27.000 miles" ^ WAI tlTM No P 74 tMEV "MONTE CARLO" V8 automatic power steering power brakes AIR. AM radio. WSW tires New Pamt' No 800A WAI WTM ^2995 USED TRUCKS THE BLUE AND WHITE MACHINE WILL MAKE YOUR DEALI (> \K ^7/ 77 FORD "LTD 4 OR" V8 automatic, power steering power brakes AIR. AM radio, tilt wheel, WSW tires.' Ford s full size car" No P32S9 WAI t4M |W mi 75 DODGE "DART SPORT' V8.3 speed, factory rallye wheels, bucket seals. AM radio WSW tires. Sporty Transportation No 3768 WAI >2tS Mi !]M '74 VW "DASHER" 2 Ooor. 4 cylinder. 4 speed. AM radio, bucket seats, factory rallye wheels. Double Sharp! No. S90A WAI 12418 Ml MM '76 CHEV. "CAPRK:E CLASSIC" V8 automatic, power steering, power brakes. AIR tilt i cruise. AM/HM streo. vinyl, top. power windows, power seats. WSlW ttres, Loaded with options' No 64eA WAI t4ll MW 3M '78 CHEVY 'IMPAIA" 4 door V8. automatic, power steering, power brakes. AIR. AM/fM caaaette, vmyl top, WSW radials. "Peilect Family Car" No P3255 WAI I41M MW t' '74 poaruc niMMS SDFMI wtaor V8. automatic, power steering, power brakes. AIR. tilt wheel, luggwe rack, (1 WSW radials, "Mutt See" No 9713A f WAItMW M '78 FORD "FAIRMONT WABON' vs. automatic, power steering, poiear brakes, AIR luggage rack, AM radk), WSW "Only IS.OOOMlea" No 3242 WAI Mm *i !529& 74 PONTIAC 'LEMANS SAFARI iMj, AIR, rack, "Parlect Second Car V8. automatic, power steering, AIR, AM radio. WABON" !24fia -77 CHEVY "CAMARO Lf vs. 3 spaed, power steering, power brakes. AM radk), RaHM nKiaalt. Rm Hres. "Sporty" No. nm WAI mil M| tl 75 D008E "CHARGER" Vt. automatic, poeier tMhng, powar brakes, AIR, AMM radio, oulM carWol, poMr wMows, vtwt top. WSW tiraa, Ixtra Ctaw" No RW wMMiw a! $1 77 FORO 1TB r 2 Ooar. VI, auMmBc, poaur aaaering ^ _ power brakea. AW. AM ro. vinyl top, tJCOA R^ radtala "Slyta ml Coii*rt'' ^AuBIl 77 CNEVY •WM GUSSIC" M. atmmt. mm Haartng. poww WR. "•". wn Wfl9m, JmW^ WWIW. ~^^ MMriMw.vlny(lop,AM/lape, "Spor• I 72INTBMATIONAL TRAVEIALL" V8. automatic, power brakes, AIR, chrome wheels, new WSW tires Must See" No I < 9998AT WAI tan M] 78 FORO "COURIER PU" 4 cylinder, 4 speed, power brakes. Western Mirrors, H.O. rear bumper. Economy Pickup" No. R788T WAI Km Ml I! '77 FORS "COIMlEa PU" 4 cylinder. 5 speed, AIR, power brakes. AM radio. WSW tires "For Work or Play' No P3218T WAI i4m MM '76 BMC "SIERRA GRANDE 4x4 V8. 4 speed, power steering, power brakes, gauges. AM radio, dual tanks, locking hubs, muc snow tires. "Hard to Find 4-4' No 9919AT WAI Mm Ml ti '71 Fom "Ftso nisrei" ^. automatic power steering, power lauges. Western mirrori. JsedButNica'No P3243T brakes, AIR. { HO Bumper." WAI %ma ^4288 '77 FORO V8. 3 speed. 'F150 CUSTOM" power steering, power brakes, dual batteries. AM radk), Gauoes. Western Mirrors, HO. rear bumper "Lo miles and claw" No. 421AT WAI Mm m^ 78 CNEVY "CUSTOM DELX. 10" 6 cylinder, 3 speed, AM/FM with tape, HO ti Bumper, "Only 7800 miles" No 321AT f i WAI Mm Ml '77 FORO "FIDO CUSTOM" V>, automatic, powar staaring, power brakea, AIR, roll bar ft brmti guard, dual tanks, custom wdeels, RWL wide tires. KC llgMs "Shod whael base" No 37SAT WAI Mm Mj tl "77 FOM "F2S0 CUSTOM" V8, amoffltltc, powar brakes, weatern mirrort. mag wtieela, HO rear bumper '1>ickup m Slyte' No W4SAT yAlMTM M| ti Ts aT "a CMnn CUUSKVI. automatic, powar staaring, brakea. AIR, vktyt top, AM radk, wlwels, WSW tiraa, 'tike NMr CondMon' No SMSAT WAI IIJM S.*3666 77 MTSUN TKXUr 4cylinlar,4aMd.AMffiilcaaaa 4Hala. RWl^WaMrn fMrro aMTNo 424AT MMfW ri I 'TBCWTYlUr AMrao,WSWttrai. "En No P3120r JWAtlff 'tam ^^y ._vn=t\ CHOOSE YOUR CAR OR TRUCK FROI ONE OF THE LARGEST 79 INVENTORIES IN AMERICA TODAY!! Mustang-^ BRAND NEW 1979 MUmMI 2 DOOR rXW cc Ovftheid cam 4 cyiirxJef engtne luio male fansfntssion poww slMnng pow* frw d'SC brakn AIR AMrd>o B^BiH WSW tiris. I console ;nip(of & erienw accer* flfoup TK^ & I Trip odometer iifpp & oil oauMS Muu stwring wtwei Ctoth sul \sm I'jnjuna wtwei cavci bumper Sfrips The New SrMd'" No 60b 11^ $1 ,)/ j MMDNEWiniFUIWOr 'FimiM" 3JL no CO i cylinMr mgiiK iutomjiic iTimmiuion pomr iiMtmg. pomr Kon d'lc bfjkn AiR iitSH fniio nnM gla vinyi too' moioinfs iiinnM TheFuiuanNow'' No ni SAVE HUNDREDSII .IMMEDIATE OELIVERfll ;/ $1 Xx ^ FAST. FRIENDLY ON-THE-SPOT FINANCING ^J TOP DOLLAR FOR YOUR TRADE (PAID FOR OR NOTII) ...YOUR EQUITY WILL PROBABLY MAKE YOUR DOWN PAYMENTII IT JUST MAKES GOOD ^ • ^^ c^hy2/tada 'BRAND NEW 1979 GRANADA 4 DOOR cyliffljf engtfw ii/to^iiic warsmissw ( • ino ootw I'om disc Vika IH Mil anted gliss DR7ai14 WSW ladiils clotti itm vipes deiuii Hump* autd deliue KAMI \ MdyiKje moMings DcigM iite'ior moWingi ':keyed cui pile urpelino An Ameocan No te3 BUY OR LEASE!! m SENSE TO BUY DURING 78 DEMO SALE!) THIS GIGANTIC c^^:iiSALEII m MANDNEW'79F0IIOLTDW6N 71 OUAHADA 2 OOOB OHIA ,>_, ^ V enmne • Momftic Trammiuion • PooK Sleenno • ROK* f'oni Disc Bonfs CoMirnnm AH fM i Tepe Powei Wimlowj < Ucr Aluminum Scone Wnetli Pnw tocM Rowei Sell fcuiie Control Tin Wtieei Rjflul • ^ Moon tal Vinyl Itool Open Wmoowi • OifiUI Clocii • OIX hrm OwP • I^KKIO" O"** S' J. 3SI vt,engine tuvxniiic nansmiuion powe' Stwino pooet front diK Wlkn Hft?Bll4 WSW tires tiltwtieei cruiM control (JualtacinorHrMatt ileluu luQSate <.< AN ruiio timed gliu liuury 71 LTD LANDAU "LUXUNr 2 Don 440 V( AiMMM Tiinynuisn I Conditioniiw l^mtr WbdNrt PoMdodU'PNwSM.niNlMl-CnilHCwwti -CoovemannGrouc ANWiTi^e lu>urybei.Miylta)-llSMani'>rMctMn bout Luiur; at ttj Anail No 71M ^^ r SMIMtSM.nie 7495 71 LTD LANDAU 4 Door 4eO VI engiiie Automatic Trantmiuion .... .,_. A> ConditionM AuMiaK Timpariiwe Pomr WinooM Saan AM FM I PtMer steering. Pfeir Ode lt*ai I .>oii Luclu • saan AM m Tape. LUIU> Group Tilt Wheel Cruiu Control RUM • iHunnaMd imrY lyOan Vinvl M Conanng Unpi. Protection bout Li{M Gmp -Seeing Utomg Mo ^301 7895 71 LTD LANDAU _,^ ^ I Doo 4eo VI Engine Automallc Trinmuion Poeier Steering PoMr One liaMt Air Coni)itioning leatlter Trim Pom anndoan Pomor IKU Pm* Saati Tilt tMieei' CruiH Cimtioi AM FM Slarn I Ouatf Tiga Landai ^mf\ Group 4 Oaip Onn Aiunnum VttieaK Cannr iMpe iKuiWtMM Enty S Triai Toomg Plig Vinyl Kopl Le Milea! M. HTD ury Group 4 0 .^aMrMeanP $! • uKaei covers LTD sound insulation package power rear in)ow rocker panel rnHdings power vent systen Frpin You nt/igon MasNr No lei IRAND NEW 79 FOND LTD 4 DOOR S 0 L VI engine automatic transmission power slatring power front Me braUss AID FR7tii4 WSW danai cwk Detun xanpu youp. AWFM Stereo aiM iiterior accent grgup. PriNcHn gnic tinted glass 'tnote nwror roctiar panel eteldingi. paint itiiprs leimt wfieei coven LTD seunD padiage New American *nA Car No S20 AU V1MICL18 SUejECT TO WWOR SALE • PRICES DO NOT IMCLUOC MCV. SALES TAX. wi tUVABA'S UUIMtT VOIUMI MALIBII' PRICES 800D TtWU NOV 2471 MMtMMn*/ I^MHCur \ PROG f • m n nnoi M Kmn EmnsMT M wuaMW fRIENDLY FORDS' DETERMINATION TO BE THE LARGEST' VOLUME FORO DEALER IN THE WEST WILL MAKE LYOUR DEALIII '^k 666 N. DECATUR PHONE 870-7221 tfumits^ti uiit Nint Ml Mi-iiiN m I IT n UTNMT IT'S ALL HAPPENING NOW IN FRIENDLY FORD COUNTRY!! A9AIN...N0B0DY BEATS A FRIENDLY FORO DEALII' Uvrd 1171 FOM F-1S0 CUtTM IHIEMI Dvome front bumper, emmelir I Oil Pressure Geuges. Opttenal Ratio Axle, powr sieerlng. low mount mirrors, extri cooHng packaoe. rear step bumper. 300 6 cylindir entlne. si twdmrn. 5 L7-1$ 6 ply i 7M I ttrei. Stock No $4999 NEVADA'S imUL' TRUCK HEADQUUTEM 'J,^ni C/'.^'M lOTiFMcmn W MMEELBASE. 20 UT cyllntter enfine. vartabU ratio manual steering, power roni(tlKMM.bhaMfrntbufflpar,iR Box y^'-Ptl •JtMi v.'. $4299 4

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    Hndnen Hem* Newt and lawldar City Ntwt Thundoy, rMvemUr 23, 17I 32 Julia Rsk Passes Away IH Coloraik Julia Ann Fisk died November 13 in the Community Hospital in Boulder. Colorado. She had been visiting with her daughter. Edith Lois Carter, at the time of her death. Mrs. Fisk was born in Trinidad, Colorado on April 18.1893. the daughter of George and Edith Henson. On September 21.1913 she was married to Walter Fisk. She received her teacher's degree from Colorado Teacher's College in Greeley. Colo., and a degree in Orthoptics and clinical assistance from Northwest College of Optometry in Portland, Oregon the first time such a degree was granted. Mrs. Fisk worked with the school system in Wyoning in visual training of children and during World War II she did visual training of prospective servicemen on the West Coast and in Nevada. For her service .she received a citation from the U.S. Government. While in their early years of marriage, the Fisks owned and operated pharmacies in Grable. Wyo.. Denver, Longmont and Colorado Springs, Colo. In 1942 they moved to Boulder City after having re turned to college tof learn Dr. Fisks degre in potometry. They then moved to Las Vegas in 1944 and for 25 years practiced op tometry until Dr. Fisk retired. Acharter member o the Church of Rcligiou Science. Mrs. Fisk was FOR SALE also a 55 year member of the PEQ Sisterhood, having been a member of^ Chaper F in Wyoming, a charter member and first president of Chapter K in Boulder City and a charter member and member until her death of Chapter P in Las Vegas. She was also a 58 member of the Orderof • Eastern Star, Park Chapter in Las Vegas. Survivors include daughters. Edithe Carter of Colorado and Bobbie Hunsaker of Las Vegas; three grandchildren and four greatgrandchildren. Memorial services will be held at the Church of Religious Science 1420 Harmon Ave., Las Vegas, on Saturday, Ndv. 25 at 2 p.m. I I i I FULL TIME MAINTENANCE MAN 213^3131. I WILL DO BABYSITTING in my home for working mothtn, or in the evenings call CkrlB 3M-3ft37 HOUSEHOLD INVENTORY REDUCTION. GE diiihwKker, eartop luggage carrier, air freight kennel, men's warm winter coats, site 42-44 Ladies site 12 dresses, household items etc OM Calcutta, Hdn. ph SSS-MOt. Now til??? Flat bed auto transport trailer with tandem axle. tlOOO Call 2n-4344. Generator wanted portable alternator about 4 kw. 120 240 volts. 60 cycle. 1800 rpm prefered, 293-472S ELECTROLUX representing Boulder City and Henderson 293 3644 or 3a4-r2 aik for Jim. 1074 Mustang, 4 sp. Power steering. Good cond. $2M0. 293444S HOSPITAL BED FOR SALE Set includes bed. bedside table k overbed table fSS. Good condition. You haul Items not sold separately St Rose de Lima Horp M4-2022. ext. 202. Hdn FOR SALE Full site mattress It spring, drop leaf table. Shetland polisher k scrub ber. colTee table, old dresser with beveled mirror. 293-5186 B C 1977 GMC H ton Cheyenne, equip. .\c. PS. AM-FM. 8 track. 18 MPG. 2931488. ^— • >In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Church of Religious Science or to the State Scholarship Fund of PEG. / TO START THE HENDERSON HOME NEWS COMING TUESDAY AND THURSDAY -.route to India m order to import spices to Europe The spicck of the Orient were preciouk becauiie they were one of the only known ways to preserve foods The computer is especially useful for teaching math, music theory and computer programming itself Called the TRS80 Microcomputer System it can be uwd for drills on spelling, grades tests and keeping progress reports on esrh student, freeing the teacher for classroom activities Designed by Radio Shack, the nationwide electronics store chain thst's a lesding supplier of top-quality microcomputers, this new portable instrument comes with an easily understood instruction/ progrsmmmg manual Other system components are the computer with a built in keyboard, a IJ inch video duplay unit, a cassette recorder and a power supply that plugs into ,ordinary household current With a video display microcomputer students can have the fun of TV, and learn st the aame time Today, not just the spices but the foods of the Orient are Western fsvontes. Now, modern methods "f freezinj! plus a starch ingredient devel oped from corn by scientists at National Starch and Chemical Corporation make it possible for food companies to p.eserve the clanly, gloss, smoothness and eye appeal of their frozen chow mein and chop mey The modi fled food ktarrh. called fol Flo 67, upgrades the quality of the food. too. 'I I "I shall have to give you ten days or 120," said the judge "Ml take the 120, Judge, said the prisoner. • • .'•rT;)T; .•,,;:,.;.. The oldest axiitinf tOMMi of th thirteen original American coloniot ii Albany, New York, first reached by the French in 1540. I 8 DDDz h i < l K c 1 I 1 v. USA. fMease use current local mc 4 !• \ UJ V, £ iSE ^ K 3 0; l^^ u WANT AJ)S The Undnu will be closed Thursday for Thankagivlng. Oumpaters will be located •t tka tnni gate. 10x16 n. alum awning, complete 190. 293-3900 I AfTlliate MONir 100% SECURED INVESTMENT No Selling No Experience Full or Part-Time You or your family can turn your spare time into a profitable business that can grow & grow in the Multi • Billion Dollar General Merchandise. Fashion Accessory, Gift, Vending and Game Machine markets. We provide famous brand name products (TV advertised) to local retail accounts. Vou service and restock. Minimum Investment $3,975 100% WRITTEN SATISFACTION GUARANTEE OR WE BUV-BXCK! IF VOU ARE CONSIDERING GOING INTO BUSINESS, LET US TAKE THE RISK OUT OF IT! CALL TOLL FREE ANYTIME: 1-800854 0459 • • • • • • • • • • • • OQBOI SEWING MACHINE 4 VACUUM CLEANER SUPFIIES, PARTS, I SERVICE new avoiloblt at Ed Harweed'i Consumer Applionct. USE. Lake Mtod Dr. 564-2210 (next to 7.11) DfividR.Afant,R,P.T. the provider of Physkol Therapy services at Boulder City Hotpitol hes odM to hit stoff the part-time services of M. Pentiey SftV/in/n:, RP,T. The Physical Therapy Departmeiit ot Boulder City Hospital provides service to both in-potients and out-^ieiits, seven days per week. looking for a challenge! ore you willing to leora? DISPLAY ADVERTISING IS LOOKING SOMEONE WHO IS — See Happy Preble i|i person \. FOR 10 to 12 neon Friday, Nov. 17th APPLICATIONS FOR BMP LOVMENT AT LAKE MEAD MOTEL are now being taken at the State L'n employment Security Dept. 110 Water St. Hdn. SUNSET SADDLERY. 213 Sunset Rd. H^n 5641087 We care what^your horte wears WANTED: Someone to type mailers in their home. Ph 584^3885 Dirt bike for MJe Hodaka 90 $90 ph 985^8217 S HP. Toro Lawn Vacuum, used I season. Eliminate!! raking leaves forever. Sears lawn edgcr. gasoline driven, never used, Scotts fertilixer spreader. Steer manure .spreader, used 1 season. Sears water softner. new. still in original case Power craft 10" radial saw with numerous saws and dado heads. Call 293-5263 KOR SALE Corrals, in BC, two lots, 8 horse capacity $2400. Also regi.stered quarter horse, 293 1490 • • TyTTTTTTT T TyyygTTT J CONTIACtOUS'uCENSE NO 10270 Lloyd Elliott Tom Boriliaoui NOW WITH ROOF REPAIR RE-ROOFING NEW CONSTRUCTION • HOT ROOF SHAKES SHINGLES TILE ^ FREE ESTIMATES J|I620 N KOUlDfR HWY HENDERSON, NEVADAJL FREE PIGEONS: 102 Manganese. Hdn Ph. 564-S876 BABYSITTING Days • in my home Newborn to 1 yr. References. 5M^3M 1975 Ford Torino 8 cyl white blue interior, radio, air. new paint new tires. (3000 Ph 565-9608 For Sale Fireplace Screen Antique brass, w-handiront like new 890 293-4129 Wanted: Transportation to Basic High School on Mon., Wed and Fri. at 3 30 p.m Will pay for ride Ph. > 565-9359 BEAUTY SALON FOR SALE IN BOULDER CITY Call 293 1834 during busineif hours. 293-3420 after hours MOTORHOME. 1975 (iypsy King, 20 ft. sleeps 4, full seir contained Includes generator, awning, many extras. $7900 293 2158 WILL HOUSECLEAN or BABYSIT References, call 293-4526 rORSALE3bdrm.lWbath.in BoulderGreen call 293 3953 FOR SALE • 3 bdr 2 bath, near schools For info Call 293 1849 HELP WANTED Salesperson for Hoover Dam store Part time and weekends Must have own transportation. VISITORS BUREAU on Fri. from 8:30 to 4:30 FOR SALE • used carpet, good cond each piece 12 x 12 4' x 5' for closet. Mostly green, 1 room gold. I room orange. See between 11 am and 1 p.m 840. per room. 704 Nev Hwy. HELP WANTED over 21 apply in person at LIL CAESAR'S PIZZERIA. 1420 Nev Hwy fOR SALE • 12' alumium boat with motor. $300 Call 293^344 1968 white Chrysler. 2 door, good tires. Call 293-3867. CHRISTIAN MAN, federal employee, 42, no children, seeks good • liied house to rent in BC 293-8S44 (week days)293-1780(eves). Virgil •9 VW Bug, good tires, new muffler, runs good. $450 528 8th St. BC 293 1849, after 6 p.m. Now Takingi Applications for Fast Accurate Typist (MMM de net apply unless abeve) NEEDf D 3 DAYS PER WEEK, MORNINOS, MAY WORK INTO LONGER HOURS — APflY FRIDAY BETWEEN 9 A.M. AND 12 NOON. HENDERSON HOME NEWS 22 Wotr St. — No phone Colls — r '.i. ^ y^ende^dOH ^eatt^ IMC. "THE PROPERTY PBOPIE' IB MMIQi' I 2 0Ff1CEs"7 Executive & .Sales Office 18 Water Street. Henderson NV 89015 564-2S1S Irinch Sales OfTice: -le^iiti : 18M Nevada Highway. BC NV 89005 2?3-*19l MLS Muinni usTiNo VUPIKM HENDERSON BOULDER CIH Dvon* UwbKh 5*9-8887 Cr|rlk.nM $5-061 Idno MMT* Vf^ikkl i |lnfTmr SM-9393 Ins Mahch afJ-4S7i I jKhioWMMndf. SM.|)3 Ann $chmitilfcl IW-lflO Mmlwll .....5*9.9340 CSmA^I*m*im IfS-IM* 9*9-0747 JwlieWoMM 9*9-7497 OfIN 9 AM-6 FM DAILY ft 1M SUNDAYS HENDERSON MKtD AH-TO STIECH OUT There s room for laughter in this spacious 4 bedroom home, fruit trees and grape vine>. work shop, large laundry room family room, and screened front porch Come out today. you well afford it CHKK THIS Three bedroom, m bath home near schools and shopping with sprinklers water softner and central air Needs some TLC to iM call 904-2919 for your appointment KIDS WANTED For this roomy 2 story cuitom home large bedrooms and bath near the spacious family room great for tbc kjds also a formal area for Mom and Dad COMMEiaAl Sin Lot on Boulder Highway Good location for imatt traiinnt til Htilititi near tke property PROPERTIES UCHT PIICED RIGHT ^ acre. Section 19 • sewer, telephone and power available Wtr 120 feel away $13,900 GOOD VIEW I acre. Section 4 • overlooking Las Vegas Water, power and telephone available $18,900 HORSi ZONED 1 acre. Mission Hills Water, power and telephone available $f6,900 VAUIT VIEW CHEAPIB Three btdroem. W bath with a family room addition This home will go FHA.VA or Conventional $37,000. NEED ROOM FOR YOUR M0THER4N4AW Large bedroom with adJolDing bath and private patio tepa rate from rwt of the home Spacious floor plan with itone fireplace in the family room Located near the golf course :K:W:.;...,V:-:.;.: :.:<> .:" • i. x:*i.^. CUSTOM EXTRAS GALORE Every conceivable entra is included in this 3 bedroom. 2 bath home Here are a few JennAir range, self cleaning oven, nulone food center, built-in microwave oven, fireplace, wet bar. built in Jacuui, piKjCybuck evaporative cooling and refrtgeraton combination Call ui for the rest of the list which inludci many other extras This bouse is 2.300 sq. fL of custom living LOW SEIUNO NICE Refrigerated four bedroom, two bath home Close to town Larg4 and spacious Ntw financing The perfect Chrlitmaa prcacnt Ltaa than $40,000. CUL-OfiSAC LOCATION For ffauled parents and their little fraulcrs This three bdroom home in a quiet el-4*sae. Two ear garage and fnc4 backyard Don't delay seeing• someone might beat your time Call 964^2915 UMITED EDITION New luxury home with 2000 sq ft of living space. Custom kitchen with Roieereat cabinets Family room has slumpstone fireplace Pool and Jacuiii • Located near golf course Call 293-2191 SUBDIVISION 11 CUSTOM This stucco home on H icre minus lot with 2300 iq. ft. of beautiful living space Two fireplaces, one in family room and one in master bedroom. Master bath has Mahogany trimmed Jacuiil Room for pool. PLUS many extra custom features. Call .. M-2191. COUNTRY CLUB UVINO Lovely two story home with brick accenU. 3 Bvdrooma, 3H Baths. Country Utchtn with modem comforts. LandKaplng is tnni and rtar. 203-3191 lYIARMD IRWISHOME Good atramptioo. Clean 3 bodroom, 1% b*lh, tltachod garage Call fbr mon information KINNEY SHOES OFFERS: Oppertunity in Rttoiling Kinnty's oHn for corotr minded 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 & work with public 2. Determination to succeed 3. High school diploma AFFLY, KINNEY'S SHOES, 4S9S E. TROFKANA, US VEGAS, NEVADA Men Fri. 10 te 6. BOULDER CITY PROPERTIES PtHCiOMONT COZY CUSTOM Newly constructed custom home in golf course area 4 Bedrooms. 2 Bathi Fireplace with beatilator Indirect lighting throughout. Walk in laun dry room Finished garage THOROUGHLY CUSTOM .. 293-2151 EXKUT1VE TVI^STORY 2200 tq. ft of custom elegance with golf course location Built for tnorgy eonatrvaUon Coun try kitchen with Roserrest cabinets Large lot with room for RV parking and Anthony pool in back Brick wall 3 Bod rooms and 3 Bathi. MUCH • MUCH MORE TMytHV FOUR BIDROOM LEWIS ...... Now homo • W BalJu. rUy**^***h^tlMl — LAKE MUD VIEW Custom 2740 sq ft. home with'; beautiful view of Lake Mead i from livinR room and Master bedroom. Living room has gas burning fireplace Sundeck r above 2 car garage 3 Bedrooms, m Baths. Owner will .] call with down.... 299-2191. NEW LEWIS HOMB \ 2 Bodroomt, IH Bitha 3 car jp garage Family room hail beautiful view of valUy.p 393^3191 [\ NEW NBIONBORHOOD 'j UwiiHeat-^3Btrooa,m "s • atha IISI tq ft with 3 car '^. faragt Near golf eourio ..^^ • ^'•\ 'A VBTT HAPPy THANKSGIVING RUM US All r HendenenHenti New* and Boulder City New I RtiCtlVbm Thursday, November 23, 1971 \ 3S PUT IT IN THE SILVER ROWE KENNELS Boarding Grooming Training Pick Up li Del ivery wrvicei 1949 Parkson Road CHILD CARE: Licensed home in C.T. Sewell Area. 804-2B70. FOR RENT 4 bdrm.. 2 bth, garage, carpet k drapes. Children k Pets OK. 996 El Camino Way. $490. Lwls Homes, 730-9900. ROOM ATTENDANTS MOTOR INN .Steady work. Good conditioni. Company paid benefits.' Apply in perton or call for app't, Houiekeeplng Dept., SSOOParadlie Rd 731-2020. UI: I; I r: I • ]-FOR RESUUS iTipMtti Conttructiod ^ FREE ESTIMATES' REMODELING PATIO COVERS ADDITIONS DeVan Tippetts (owner) Lie No 139 04 PH. 5M)9e WAITRESS WANTED. El Torito Reitaurant S64-2309 Hdn. GRANT APPUCATIONS FOR AN ELDERLY Nutrition program in B.C. area are being accepted through Nov. 30, 1979. for applica tion forms and grant info contact. Division for the Aging Services, SOS East Kings St., Rm 101, Carson City, Nv. (702) 805-4210. CITY LIFE Bringing you down? Then here is your perfect chance to get away from it all! Beautiful custom home with four bedrooms. 2 car garage, fireplace, lux urious carpeting through out, large country kitchen and plenty of room for R V parking located in Hender son Priced at 908.250 No 293. Call Realty Executives at 736-8951 or Evenings 504-2765. 1970 FORD LTD WAGON. $200 Call after 5 p m 293 1884 BC PIANO WANTED I want to buy a used piano 871-4839 anytime. 1967 COUGAR, air, power steering and brakes, runs good Needs some rear quarter work. 293-4431. BC FOR SAI^E BY OWNER lubdivision 11, lot No. 89. 922,900 terms. Call area code 714 7288995 Fallbrook, Cat, collect. HELPWANTED-dishwashers, and graveyard ahlft porter Apply in person at RAILROAD PASS. BABYSITTER FOR AFTER SCHOOL, part time. 293 1047 BC rREE FILM OR CASH DISCOUNT ON ALL FILMS.'; Printed and develeped at VAN'S NEVADA DRUG. BOULDER CITY. NV. 77 Mobile home 24 x 48.2 bdr 2 bath, storage, landscaping, porches, awnings. Adult Park. 925.900 by owner 2935130 B HILL LOT Panoramic view, $15,000 and assume as sessments 293-4150 I FOR SALE 18' Coachman travel trailer, excel, cond., $2400. Call 293-M04. B.C. D008! English Sheepdog. Beagle, Collie pups. Airdales, Labrador, Dalmatian, St. Bernard, white Shepherds, mixed poodle, family guard dogs, and more Ask for Jay, 3612484. WANTED • Chevy Parts. En gines, transmissions, etc. Cash or trade. Kelly Glass. 451-5153. DRESSMAKING' • ALTERATIONS k MENDING. Also laundry It ironing service. S65-6604 Hdn. JSucfiHoilcs ANONYMOUS Open Meetings Wed., B:00 p.m. PUBUC INVITED: SI Wottr StiMt S65.7073 PUT YOUR BEST FACE fer-' ward with a cemplimealary NARY KAY FACIAL. 293-4949 B.C. ) 3 bdr. 2 bath Home, family rm., carpeting, drapes, corner lot, $73, 500. By owner. 293-5130. Z I EXPERIENCED CARPENTER fast, work by the hour. Framing, rooms, additions, fencing, etc 29.3-1799 BC flatrrll COCKTAIL LOUNGE BAR -• Located in heart of town, on heavily travelled thoroughfare Slots and pool table. Excellent business opportunity for right person. Call 565-8916 for complete information. R-4 PROPERTY Two bedrooms. 1 bath, interesting decor. Call Morretl for details. TR.\CT II Beautiful two bedroom, could be three. 1 bath home in this choice area Central refrigeration, fireplace, laundry room. $45,500. COUNTRY CLUB AREA •Four bedroom, 1 & \ bath zoned R-E. Separate dining room. VALLEY VIEW -Three bedroom. I bath, vei7 clean home with fireplace $45,000 ZONED R-4 Three bedroom, 2 bath newly constructed home. $45,000. SECTION 27 Three bedroom, 2 bath, 2 car garage. 565-8916. MOBILE HOME U LOT Trailer Estates Like new So clean in.side and out Completely fenced yard. Must see. $36,000.00. MITCHELL, OREGON • Automotive shop in Wheeler County. Hoitt, benches, eabinets. Call for details. COMMERCIAL LOT In Valencie County, New Mexico. $5,300 00, THREE BEDROOM, TWO BATH •Section 27. newly conitiiicted home $65,900. LARGE NEW HOME In Section 27. Two bedrooms. Matter bedroom, 16x25, two fUll baths. Sunken tub in master bdrm., waterfall in living room $69,900.00. TWO FIVE-ACRE PARCELS In Pahrump $12,500. k $15,000. HIGHLAND HILLS -Three bedroom. 1 k \ bath. Clean and well-kept Good buy. $41,500 00 FOUR BEDROOM Located in Highland Hills. Two car garage, 1 k \ bath. Covered patio $67,000. BEAUTIFULLY DECOATEDThree'^droom, fourth converted into den Upgraded cSfpets and cuitom drapes, wall-papered and mirrored Must sec. 0Q.3OO. MOBILE HOME k LOT Four bedrooms. \% bath. Sunrise Trailer Estates. $29,000.00. IVALYN MOIliU PEG COLE AL LETRANCOIS "BARBARA McNAIR.. ...~ MILUE POTTER ^„„-. .——-.. 41 WATII ST. MBNOHSON. NBVAOA CLEANING LADY NEEDED Wd., Fri. evening hours, part time SUPERIOR BUILDING MAINTE NANCE 385^3012. !40 YEAItS EXPERIENCE! jTRlMMINd AND REMOVINQj *TREES. Serving Henderson^ • aMa. 293-2115 FOR RENT • Private rooms with kitchen 920 4 $25 per wk. 293 1718 B C 'FREE FILM OR CASH OISCODNT ON ALL FILMS. frlelcO and developed at VAN'S NEVADA DRUG. BOULDER CITY. NV. DOES YOUR BATHROOM MARLITE NEED REPLACING? Free Esliiaatcs. 964-tlM, Hda. 1977 FORD RANGER 150 PU. Auto., air, PS. 94&M. Call Frankie Newman. 385-2282. MOTEL ROOM^ k KITCHENETTES Color TVs, Utilities and Linens WEEKLY Ph. Yolanda, 451-2445 DRIVERS LICENSE TESTS Tuesday and Wednesdiy 149 am tol2non-lpmt4:ISpm.Clty annex Civic Center 2*9 Water Street Room 9 FOR SALE -1972 Ford half ton pickup, V-8, gobd cond., 733-7583. aft. 6 p.m. FOR SALE 10 X 55 Marlelte trailer. ftirnEnllosed 8X14 porch, tool shed 10 x 10. Must be moved by Oct. 79 293-5302 1007 Nev. Hi. No. 3 BC •74 DODGE DART SPORT SLANT-22 5 48,000 mi. Good tires. Air, super clean Low book $1875. My price. $2000 504-2241 after 6 Hdn 12 X 60. 2 BDRM MOBILE HOME located in family aection of B.C. Park. $12,000. Call 293-4344. B.C. JiFTS MCORATING SiRVICE painting wall papering • • Inlortor exterior RALPH S6S-0S71 Bonded 4 licensed ocBttA iMimnr Oil Cbiffplete Glass ISorvicet' 5700 Boulder Highway 24 Hr. Service i5l-U$a. COMPLETE MARLITE job on your tub k shower enclosure $135 Complete material k labor 452 4502 HELP WANTED-Night shift, 3 11. Fast food, mature person. Apply in person at A 4r W Drive In. Hdn. SENIOR CITIZEN WANTED TO LIVE IN with elderly lady. Light housework, cooking. Room k board k small salary. 564-1160. Hdn. SAND. GRAVEL, TOP SOIL LANDSCAPE ROCK, Call 293-2115. B.C. 24 X 00 NEW MOBILE HOME Set up in Gingerwood. Has circle kitchen, side by side refrigerator, a-c, skirting, awnings, porch Call Mobile Home Show, 457 9410 SEWING MACHINE SPECIAL Clean, oil. adjust tensions Only $695 Free pickup k delivery. 643 0817 51 X 10 NEW MOON TRAILER TRAILER ESTATE LOT ON PAWNEE ST. HENDERSON PRICE JUST REDUCED TO $19,500 FOR QUICK SALEI $3,000 down, Balance $236.73 per month including interest, annual percentage rate is 127r. W.J. Barnes. Owner Broker. Realtor. 385-3422 735-8604 Country Tini> Dog Grooming AU BREED •DOG i CAT GROOMING fir soffits AVAIUBli SCIINCI DOOfOOO MIAKHTS OIHHS ^r SEWING MACHINE INSTRUCTIONS Need help with operation of your Sewing Machine? Complete Instructions in your hom>.^Only $9.99. 643-0817 •/ '/ I Handyman needed All phases I of remodeling Call Kelly / Glass 451 5153 FREE PICKUP ft DEUVERY Hdn. t flttmon AIM Only! 565-0139 NEW LOCATION 31 WATER ST., HENDERSON L PN 's, nurses aids and orderlies 4 • 10 hour shifts per week Full and part time Boulder City Care Center 801 Adams 293 • 5151 B C Toleviaion and Antenno SpMioltiot of Bouldor City Custom Antennas for the most in viewing and listen ing pleasure PH 293 4976 SIDEWALK SALE at SHOPPER STOPPER 541 NEVADA HIGHWAY 293-3373 SATURDAY t SUNDAY ^ J WATKINS PfOOUaS AVAIL itlE. Coll 565-6151. Hdn. NEED TO SELL YOUR HOUSE? WE WIU BUY IT NOW! CoAk 293-1613 O.A. "CMrty" SmilS, Inc. • • • • • • • • • • • Boh Ohen Realty & Insurance Inc. yj^ 6 Water Si., elMfe^9•l^^JJ| rIAtTOil &M-I3^i — UNIT 2 — from $42^ m. $$-6199 WrfBuk Comi|ock *'^* Homes BLACK MOUNTAIN REALTY Q MULTIPLE USTING J^^ SERVICE 15J HENDERSON, NEVADA '^-• 107-A WATER STREET INSIDE VAUEY BANK BLDG. —RKIDWTIAL-^ •••••••••••*••• • •••••• •ROKER 54-17M 564-2722 293-4274 56^0863 J SS^I6 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 full baths. Very tastefully upgraded throughout. Priced right. 4 BR IH BATH LARGE YARD Large country style kitchen with enlarged bedroom/ wardrobes, lota 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 945.000. LARGE TRAILER ESTATES LOT with 4 Br W Bath remodelled and very neat and clean 197128X58 Double ExpandoTrailer All newly carpeted Very sharp. Added workshop and Laundry plus storage shed. Total only 930,000. Owner will carry part of Tinancing 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 included in price Carport accomodates four vehicles V^ry Nice. See to appreciate. ENJOY CHRISTMAS WITH A BEAUTIFUL FIREP L.ACE This 4 br 2 f^jll baths 18'x22' Living room with bnrk fireplace covering one entire wall, built in bookcases, 9x9 Entry foyer giving access to several roomi of home, excellent floor planning for the larger home Large country style lutchen. plus walk • in storage 18x18 Work shop. Thia Is a super home with over 2087 sq ft of good livinr Only 998,000 2 BR 1 BATH WATER ST PROPERTY Business toned. Presently rented Call for appointment only. Tenant not to b diaturbcd 3 BR PLUS DEN IH Bath Valley View with garage, 24x13 Patio, fmced, addn'l storage Lots of extras. Almost immediate posses sion Owner Traniferred. ACRE or UND ONLY 111000 This won't last long 1 acre in Sect 19 Ready to build Several Parcels of 1 Acrt and 2H Acres in Section 4 High on tbc Hill wiU a gorgteui View. Call for dtuils AFTER HOURS CALL: JEANNE A OLSEN DE MARCaBROKER J64-2773 PETER J OLSEN. SALESMAN 969^429 VIRGIL McUNNKY. SALESMAN 8491 JANET SHAW. SALESMAN ..9911999 LORIN WILLIAMS. SALESMAN JSM999 PAUUNE -niNA'WILLIAMS. SALESMAN.... JSMIN MICHAEL P. BBROBMBYBR-SALBSMAN..„. J9S49IP SIAITMS $MNO TMI MMOtttON AMA 90990 trlAll — JUST LISTIO — And it won t last long This 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath Home is on a Quiet Highland Hills Cul-De-Sac and has One of the Largest Lots in Highland Hills. Drive by 605 Cameo Circle and then Call for Appointment t HOMES •ACREAGE • COMMERCIAL <|[R) ^ REALTORS 565-8947 125 W, LAKE MEAD DR. HENDERSON, NEVADA JEANN| A. QLSEN DEUARCO, BROKER HAVE YOU SEEN THESE BEAUTIES' They're nearly flnished and awaiting your color selec tions Seven homes, all designed for modern family llv ing. Spacious open floor-plans, see-thru fireplaces, atrium entries with skylights, 3 or 4 bedrooms, beautlfiil custom wood cabinets, microwave ovens k trash compactors are just some of the many features Walt till you see the way Rlgby Construction finishes these homes — nice! Call to see at 585^947 days or 381-7193 anytime LOOKING FOR PEACE AND QUIET Then this 1850 foot. 3 bdrm 2 full bath home should put your worries to rest. Warm colors and great floorpUn just welcome you in Imagine walking through your ftont door and seeing a warm fire In the stone fireplace, nicety set off by the sumptuous carpet under foot Located on high end of development adjoining government land It's fiin to watch the world go frantically by from your peacef\il corner See today by calling 585-9947 days, or 381-7193 anytime. EXTREMELY GOOD CUSTOM AREA LOT Like to have an acre, but prices got you down — How about 918.900 with water, telephone and underground power on property and paid for — No assessments due!' Call 585-8947 or 381 7193 evenings. WAITING FOR A BARGAIN? Wait no more! This lovely three bedroom. 24 bath home with dining room, den with fireplace, country kitchen and all the appliances plus a pool, is really a bargain at 950.000. FHA or V A financing available Evenings call 585^9453 FATHER KNOWS BEST! And be will really like tkis two bedrpom home that has a large detached garage for him Mom will love the paneling and decorating plus range and refi-igerator. drapes and carpets Priced 941.300. FHA or VA Even ings call 9954493 CAUIM MraiMAnON ON out NIW nua Of VOUNO AMIMCAN N0M9IM N9N09II0N. MOM MOM tM,M TO 94a.*MMA ANf VA fMANONO AVAAAIU. Block Mountoin GoK Course Beautiful 2 Bedroom. W Bath home on 13th Fairway Large living room with fireplace, fenced yard with auton|atic sprinklers. SPECIAL OF THE WEEK Lovely 3 bedroom, l'^ bath home on quiet cul-desac. Security bars and large familv room. HIGHUND 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 Oftn Mon. Hwv Sot. yivi#a Erickaon, Brokwv. Kathcrlne Mitcbcll...._ Jfrry Bcrgtmeyar. Diane Barlow.James Smalley Travis JohniOB .mvm ..Wkvaa ..JM418 ...4iS-19M LOOKING FOR AN ACRE? Vou must see this .Mission Hills Lot zoned for horses. Beautif\il lot includes a 3 bedroom, 2 bath home with a fireplace for countrj' living. Perfect for the family that needs room for Mom, Dad, the kids, horses and the pets. BY APPOINTMENT —LAND LISTINGS— Black Mountain Golf Course Lots Boulder Highway Frontage Several R-4 Pieces. 2H and 3<^4 acre Lots Close to High School. 1 Acre • Mission Hills 2 Acres in Paradise Hills Building Lot H Acre Area of Vo-Tech. BUICK MOUNTAM REALTYSM-2727 INSIOf THE VALLEY lANK ILOO. RICHARD .STEWART. REALTOR DICK STEW ART iZII^REALTOR OPEN 8:30-5:30 WEEKDAYS. 9:004:00 SATURDAYS AFTER HOURS CALL JOAN COOPER „ BETTY STEWART. GENEBAIRD „ PAULSULUVAN DORA WAGNER • LARRY WIEDER -..KEN PROCTOR DIANA DOWNEY:::::ZZZII PAMALYN PETERSON I JACKII WILLIAMS ,,. • MULTIPLE USTING COMPUTOR SERVICE 4 RE[LOCATION SERVICE AVAILABLE .364-1393 .,904-2447 J64-2144 .J84-I897 ,9654)n8 .9664004 JM771 .884-2727 88M08B i 4 ^^^iMiaMMaMMHlM

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    Hndnen Hem* Newt and lawldar City Ntwt Thundoy, rMvemUr 23, 17I 32 Julia Rsk Passes Away IH Coloraik Julia Ann Fisk died November 13 in the Community Hospital in Boulder. Colorado. She had been visiting with her daughter. Edith Lois Carter, at the time of her death. Mrs. Fisk was born in Trinidad, Colorado on April 18.1893. the daughter of George and Edith Henson. On September 21.1913 she was married to Walter Fisk. She received her teacher's degree from Colorado Teacher's College in Greeley. Colo., and a degree in Orthoptics and clinical assistance from Northwest College of Optometry in Portland, Oregon the first time such a degree was granted. Mrs. Fisk worked with the school system in Wyoning in visual training of children and during World War II she did visual training of prospective servicemen on the West Coast and in Nevada. For her service .she received a citation from the U.S. Government. While in their early years of marriage, the Fisks owned and operated pharmacies in Grable. Wyo.. Denver, Longmont and Colorado Springs, Colo. In 1942 they moved to Boulder City after having re turned to college tof learn Dr. Fisks degre in potometry. They then moved to Las Vegas in 1944 and for 25 years practiced op tometry until Dr. Fisk retired. Acharter member o the Church of Rcligiou Science. Mrs. Fisk was FOR SALE also a 55 year member of the PEQ Sisterhood, having been a member of^ Chaper F in Wyoming, a charter member and first president of Chapter K in Boulder City and a charter member and member until her death of Chapter P in Las Vegas. She was also a 58 member of the Orderof • Eastern Star, Park Chapter in Las Vegas. Survivors include daughters. Edithe Carter of Colorado and Bobbie Hunsaker of Las Vegas; three grandchildren and four greatgrandchildren. Memorial services will be held at the Church of Religious Science 1420 Harmon Ave., Las Vegas, on Saturday, Ndv. 25 at 2 p.m. I I i I FULL TIME MAINTENANCE MAN 213^3131. I WILL DO BABYSITTING in my home for working mothtn, or in the evenings call CkrlB 3M-3ft37 HOUSEHOLD INVENTORY REDUCTION. GE diiihwKker, eartop luggage carrier, air freight kennel, men's warm winter coats, site 42-44 Ladies site 12 dresses, household items etc OM Calcutta, Hdn. ph SSS-MOt. Now til??? Flat bed auto transport trailer with tandem axle. tlOOO Call 2n-4344. Generator wanted portable alternator about 4 kw. 120 240 volts. 60 cycle. 1800 rpm prefered, 293-472S ELECTROLUX representing Boulder City and Henderson 293 3644 or 3a4-r2 aik for Jim. 1074 Mustang, 4 sp. Power steering. Good cond. $2M0. 293444S HOSPITAL BED FOR SALE Set includes bed. bedside table k overbed table fSS. Good condition. You haul Items not sold separately St Rose de Lima Horp M4-2022. ext. 202. Hdn FOR SALE Full site mattress It spring, drop leaf table. Shetland polisher k scrub ber. colTee table, old dresser with beveled mirror. 293-5186 B C 1977 GMC H ton Cheyenne, equip. .\c. PS. AM-FM. 8 track. 18 MPG. 2931488. ^— • >In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Church of Religious Science or to the State Scholarship Fund of PEG. / TO START THE HENDERSON HOME NEWS COMING TUESDAY AND THURSDAY -.route to India m order to import spices to Europe The spicck of the Orient were preciouk becauiie they were one of the only known ways to preserve foods The computer is especially useful for teaching math, music theory and computer programming itself Called the TRS80 Microcomputer System it can be uwd for drills on spelling, grades tests and keeping progress reports on esrh student, freeing the teacher for classroom activities Designed by Radio Shack, the nationwide electronics store chain thst's a lesding supplier of top-quality microcomputers, this new portable instrument comes with an easily understood instruction/ progrsmmmg manual Other system components are the computer with a built in keyboard, a IJ inch video duplay unit, a cassette recorder and a power supply that plugs into ,ordinary household current With a video display microcomputer students can have the fun of TV, and learn st the aame time Today, not just the spices but the foods of the Orient are Western fsvontes. Now, modern methods "f freezinj! plus a starch ingredient devel oped from corn by scientists at National Starch and Chemical Corporation make it possible for food companies to p.eserve the clanly, gloss, smoothness and eye appeal of their frozen chow mein and chop mey The modi fled food ktarrh. called fol Flo 67, upgrades the quality of the food. too. 'I I "I shall have to give you ten days or 120," said the judge "Ml take the 120, Judge, said the prisoner. • • .'•rT;)T; .•,,;:,.;.. The oldest axiitinf tOMMi of th thirteen original American coloniot ii Albany, New York, first reached by the French in 1540. I 8 DDDz h i < l K c 1 I 1 v. USA. fMease use current local mc 4 !• \ UJ V, £ iSE ^ K 3 0; l^^ u WANT AJ)S The Undnu will be closed Thursday for Thankagivlng. Oumpaters will be located •t tka tnni gate. 10x16 n. alum awning, complete 190. 293-3900 I AfTlliate MONir 100% SECURED INVESTMENT No Selling No Experience Full or Part-Time You or your family can turn your spare time into a profitable business that can grow & grow in the Multi • Billion Dollar General Merchandise. Fashion Accessory, Gift, Vending and Game Machine markets. We provide famous brand name products (TV advertised) to local retail accounts. Vou service and restock. Minimum Investment $3,975 100% WRITTEN SATISFACTION GUARANTEE OR WE BUV-BXCK! IF VOU ARE CONSIDERING GOING INTO BUSINESS, LET US TAKE THE RISK OUT OF IT! CALL TOLL FREE ANYTIME: 1-800854 0459 • • • • • • • • • • • • OQBOI SEWING MACHINE 4 VACUUM CLEANER SUPFIIES, PARTS, I SERVICE new avoiloblt at Ed Harweed'i Consumer Applionct. USE. Lake Mtod Dr. 564-2210 (next to 7.11) DfividR.Afant,R,P.T. the provider of Physkol Therapy services at Boulder City Hotpitol hes odM to hit stoff the part-time services of M. Pentiey SftV/in/n:, RP,T. The Physical Therapy Departmeiit ot Boulder City Hospital provides service to both in-potients and out-^ieiits, seven days per week. looking for a challenge! ore you willing to leora? DISPLAY ADVERTISING IS LOOKING SOMEONE WHO IS — See Happy Preble i|i person \. FOR 10 to 12 neon Friday, Nov. 17th APPLICATIONS FOR BMP LOVMENT AT LAKE MEAD MOTEL are now being taken at the State L'n employment Security Dept. 110 Water St. Hdn. SUNSET SADDLERY. 213 Sunset Rd. H^n 5641087 We care what^your horte wears WANTED: Someone to type mailers in their home. Ph 584^3885 Dirt bike for MJe Hodaka 90 $90 ph 985^8217 S HP. Toro Lawn Vacuum, used I season. Eliminate!! raking leaves forever. Sears lawn edgcr. gasoline driven, never used, Scotts fertilixer spreader. Steer manure .spreader, used 1 season. Sears water softner. new. still in original case Power craft 10" radial saw with numerous saws and dado heads. Call 293-5263 KOR SALE Corrals, in BC, two lots, 8 horse capacity $2400. Also regi.stered quarter horse, 293 1490 • • TyTTTTTTT T TyyygTTT J CONTIACtOUS'uCENSE NO 10270 Lloyd Elliott Tom Boriliaoui NOW WITH ROOF REPAIR RE-ROOFING NEW CONSTRUCTION • HOT ROOF SHAKES SHINGLES TILE ^ FREE ESTIMATES J|I620 N KOUlDfR HWY HENDERSON, NEVADAJL FREE PIGEONS: 102 Manganese. Hdn Ph. 564-S876 BABYSITTING Days • in my home Newborn to 1 yr. References. 5M^3M 1975 Ford Torino 8 cyl white blue interior, radio, air. new paint new tires. (3000 Ph 565-9608 For Sale Fireplace Screen Antique brass, w-handiront like new 890 293-4129 Wanted: Transportation to Basic High School on Mon., Wed and Fri. at 3 30 p.m Will pay for ride Ph. > 565-9359 BEAUTY SALON FOR SALE IN BOULDER CITY Call 293 1834 during busineif hours. 293-3420 after hours MOTORHOME. 1975 (iypsy King, 20 ft. sleeps 4, full seir contained Includes generator, awning, many extras. $7900 293 2158 WILL HOUSECLEAN or BABYSIT References, call 293-4526 rORSALE3bdrm.lWbath.in BoulderGreen call 293 3953 FOR SALE • 3 bdr 2 bath, near schools For info Call 293 1849 HELP WANTED Salesperson for Hoover Dam store Part time and weekends Must have own transportation. VISITORS BUREAU on Fri. from 8:30 to 4:30 FOR SALE • used carpet, good cond each piece 12 x 12 4' x 5' for closet. Mostly green, 1 room gold. I room orange. See between 11 am and 1 p.m 840. per room. 704 Nev Hwy. HELP WANTED over 21 apply in person at LIL CAESAR'S PIZZERIA. 1420 Nev Hwy fOR SALE • 12' alumium boat with motor. $300 Call 293^344 1968 white Chrysler. 2 door, good tires. Call 293-3867. CHRISTIAN MAN, federal employee, 42, no children, seeks good • liied house to rent in BC 293-8S44 (week days)293-1780(eves). Virgil •9 VW Bug, good tires, new muffler, runs good. $450 528 8th St. BC 293 1849, after 6 p.m. Now Takingi Applications for Fast Accurate Typist (MMM de net apply unless abeve) NEEDf D 3 DAYS PER WEEK, MORNINOS, MAY WORK INTO LONGER HOURS — APflY FRIDAY BETWEEN 9 A.M. AND 12 NOON. HENDERSON HOME NEWS 22 Wotr St. — No phone Colls — r '.i. ^ y^ende^dOH ^eatt^ IMC. "THE PROPERTY PBOPIE' IB MMIQi' I 2 0Ff1CEs"7 Executive & .Sales Office 18 Water Street. Henderson NV 89015 564-2S1S Irinch Sales OfTice: -le^iiti : 18M Nevada Highway. BC NV 89005 2?3-*19l MLS Muinni usTiNo VUPIKM HENDERSON BOULDER CIH Dvon* UwbKh 5*9-8887 Cr|rlk.nM $5-061 Idno MMT* Vf^ikkl i |lnfTmr SM-9393 Ins Mahch afJ-4S7i I jKhioWMMndf. SM.|)3 Ann $chmitilfcl IW-lflO Mmlwll .....5*9.9340 CSmA^I*m*im IfS-IM* 9*9-0747 JwlieWoMM 9*9-7497 OfIN 9 AM-6 FM DAILY ft 1M SUNDAYS HENDERSON MKtD AH-TO STIECH OUT There s room for laughter in this spacious 4 bedroom home, fruit trees and grape vine>. work shop, large laundry room family room, and screened front porch Come out today. you well afford it CHKK THIS Three bedroom, m bath home near schools and shopping with sprinklers water softner and central air Needs some TLC to iM call 904-2919 for your appointment KIDS WANTED For this roomy 2 story cuitom home large bedrooms and bath near the spacious family room great for tbc kjds also a formal area for Mom and Dad COMMEiaAl Sin Lot on Boulder Highway Good location for imatt traiinnt til Htilititi near tke property PROPERTIES UCHT PIICED RIGHT ^ acre. Section 19 • sewer, telephone and power available Wtr 120 feel away $13,900 GOOD VIEW I acre. Section 4 • overlooking Las Vegas Water, power and telephone available $18,900 HORSi ZONED 1 acre. Mission Hills Water, power and telephone available $f6,900 VAUIT VIEW CHEAPIB Three btdroem. W bath with a family room addition This home will go FHA.VA or Conventional $37,000. NEED ROOM FOR YOUR M0THER4N4AW Large bedroom with adJolDing bath and private patio tepa rate from rwt of the home Spacious floor plan with itone fireplace in the family room Located near the golf course :K:W:.;...,V:-:.;.: :.:<> .:" • i. x:*i.^. CUSTOM EXTRAS GALORE Every conceivable entra is included in this 3 bedroom. 2 bath home Here are a few JennAir range, self cleaning oven, nulone food center, built-in microwave oven, fireplace, wet bar. built in Jacuui, piKjCybuck evaporative cooling and refrtgeraton combination Call ui for the rest of the list which inludci many other extras This bouse is 2.300 sq. fL of custom living LOW SEIUNO NICE Refrigerated four bedroom, two bath home Close to town Larg4 and spacious Ntw financing The perfect Chrlitmaa prcacnt Ltaa than $40,000. CUL-OfiSAC LOCATION For ffauled parents and their little fraulcrs This three bdroom home in a quiet el-4*sae. Two ear garage and fnc4 backyard Don't delay seeing• someone might beat your time Call 964^2915 UMITED EDITION New luxury home with 2000 sq ft of living space. Custom kitchen with Roieereat cabinets Family room has slumpstone fireplace Pool and Jacuiii • Located near golf course Call 293-2191 SUBDIVISION 11 CUSTOM This stucco home on H icre minus lot with 2300 iq. ft. of beautiful living space Two fireplaces, one in family room and one in master bedroom. Master bath has Mahogany trimmed Jacuiil Room for pool. PLUS many extra custom features. Call .. M-2191. COUNTRY CLUB UVINO Lovely two story home with brick accenU. 3 Bvdrooma, 3H Baths. Country Utchtn with modem comforts. LandKaplng is tnni and rtar. 203-3191 lYIARMD IRWISHOME Good atramptioo. Clean 3 bodroom, 1% b*lh, tltachod garage Call fbr mon information KINNEY SHOES OFFERS: Oppertunity in Rttoiling Kinnty's oHn for corotr minded 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 & work with public 2. Determination to succeed 3. High school diploma AFFLY, KINNEY'S SHOES, 4S9S E. TROFKANA, US VEGAS, NEVADA Men Fri. 10 te 6. BOULDER CITY PROPERTIES PtHCiOMONT COZY CUSTOM Newly constructed custom home in golf course area 4 Bedrooms. 2 Bathi Fireplace with beatilator Indirect lighting throughout. Walk in laun dry room Finished garage THOROUGHLY CUSTOM .. 293-2151 EXKUT1VE TVI^STORY 2200 tq. ft of custom elegance with golf course location Built for tnorgy eonatrvaUon Coun try kitchen with Roserrest cabinets Large lot with room for RV parking and Anthony pool in back Brick wall 3 Bod rooms and 3 Bathi. MUCH • MUCH MORE TMytHV FOUR BIDROOM LEWIS ...... Now homo • W BalJu. rUy**^***h^tlMl — LAKE MUD VIEW Custom 2740 sq ft. home with'; beautiful view of Lake Mead i from livinR room and Master bedroom. Living room has gas burning fireplace Sundeck r above 2 car garage 3 Bedrooms, m Baths. Owner will .] call with down.... 299-2191. NEW LEWIS HOMB \ 2 Bodroomt, IH Bitha 3 car jp garage Family room hail beautiful view of valUy.p 393^3191 [\ NEW NBIONBORHOOD 'j UwiiHeat-^3Btrooa,m "s • atha IISI tq ft with 3 car '^. faragt Near golf eourio ..^^ • ^'•\ 'A VBTT HAPPy THANKSGIVING RUM US All r HendenenHenti New* and Boulder City New I RtiCtlVbm Thursday, November 23, 1971 \ 3S PUT IT IN THE SILVER ROWE KENNELS Boarding Grooming Training Pick Up li Del ivery wrvicei 1949 Parkson Road CHILD CARE: Licensed home in C.T. Sewell Area. 804-2B70. FOR RENT 4 bdrm.. 2 bth, garage, carpet k drapes. Children k Pets OK. 996 El Camino Way. $490. Lwls Homes, 730-9900. ROOM ATTENDANTS MOTOR INN .Steady work. Good conditioni. Company paid benefits.' Apply in perton or call for app't, Houiekeeplng Dept., SSOOParadlie Rd 731-2020. UI: I; I r: I • ]-FOR RESUUS iTipMtti Conttructiod ^ FREE ESTIMATES' REMODELING PATIO COVERS ADDITIONS DeVan Tippetts (owner) Lie No 139 04 PH. 5M)9e WAITRESS WANTED. El Torito Reitaurant S64-2309 Hdn. GRANT APPUCATIONS FOR AN ELDERLY Nutrition program in B.C. area are being accepted through Nov. 30, 1979. for applica tion forms and grant info contact. Division for the Aging Services, SOS East Kings St., Rm 101, Carson City, Nv. (702) 805-4210. CITY LIFE Bringing you down? Then here is your perfect chance to get away from it all! Beautiful custom home with four bedrooms. 2 car garage, fireplace, lux urious carpeting through out, large country kitchen and plenty of room for R V parking located in Hender son Priced at 908.250 No 293. Call Realty Executives at 736-8951 or Evenings 504-2765. 1970 FORD LTD WAGON. $200 Call after 5 p m 293 1884 BC PIANO WANTED I want to buy a used piano 871-4839 anytime. 1967 COUGAR, air, power steering and brakes, runs good Needs some rear quarter work. 293-4431. BC FOR SAI^E BY OWNER lubdivision 11, lot No. 89. 922,900 terms. Call area code 714 7288995 Fallbrook, Cat, collect. HELPWANTED-dishwashers, and graveyard ahlft porter Apply in person at RAILROAD PASS. BABYSITTER FOR AFTER SCHOOL, part time. 293 1047 BC rREE FILM OR CASH DISCOUNT ON ALL FILMS.'; Printed and develeped at VAN'S NEVADA DRUG. BOULDER CITY. NV. 77 Mobile home 24 x 48.2 bdr 2 bath, storage, landscaping, porches, awnings. Adult Park. 925.900 by owner 2935130 B HILL LOT Panoramic view, $15,000 and assume as sessments 293-4150 I FOR SALE 18' Coachman travel trailer, excel, cond., $2400. Call 293-M04. B.C. D008! English Sheepdog. Beagle, Collie pups. Airdales, Labrador, Dalmatian, St. Bernard, white Shepherds, mixed poodle, family guard dogs, and more Ask for Jay, 3612484. WANTED • Chevy Parts. En gines, transmissions, etc. Cash or trade. Kelly Glass. 451-5153. DRESSMAKING' • ALTERATIONS k MENDING. Also laundry It ironing service. S65-6604 Hdn. JSucfiHoilcs ANONYMOUS Open Meetings Wed., B:00 p.m. PUBUC INVITED: SI Wottr StiMt S65.7073 PUT YOUR BEST FACE fer-' ward with a cemplimealary NARY KAY FACIAL. 293-4949 B.C. ) 3 bdr. 2 bath Home, family rm., carpeting, drapes, corner lot, $73, 500. By owner. 293-5130. Z I EXPERIENCED CARPENTER fast, work by the hour. Framing, rooms, additions, fencing, etc 29.3-1799 BC flatrrll COCKTAIL LOUNGE BAR -• Located in heart of town, on heavily travelled thoroughfare Slots and pool table. Excellent business opportunity for right person. Call 565-8916 for complete information. R-4 PROPERTY Two bedrooms. 1 bath, interesting decor. Call Morretl for details. TR.\CT II Beautiful two bedroom, could be three. 1 bath home in this choice area Central refrigeration, fireplace, laundry room. $45,500. COUNTRY CLUB AREA •Four bedroom, 1 & \ bath zoned R-E. Separate dining room. VALLEY VIEW -Three bedroom. I bath, vei7 clean home with fireplace $45,000 ZONED R-4 Three bedroom, 2 bath newly constructed home. $45,000. SECTION 27 Three bedroom, 2 bath, 2 car garage. 565-8916. MOBILE HOME U LOT Trailer Estates Like new So clean in.side and out Completely fenced yard. Must see. $36,000.00. MITCHELL, OREGON • Automotive shop in Wheeler County. Hoitt, benches, eabinets. Call for details. COMMERCIAL LOT In Valencie County, New Mexico. $5,300 00, THREE BEDROOM, TWO BATH •Section 27. newly conitiiicted home $65,900. LARGE NEW HOME In Section 27. Two bedrooms. Matter bedroom, 16x25, two fUll baths. Sunken tub in master bdrm., waterfall in living room $69,900.00. TWO FIVE-ACRE PARCELS In Pahrump $12,500. k $15,000. HIGHLAND HILLS -Three bedroom. 1 k \ bath. Clean and well-kept Good buy. $41,500 00 FOUR BEDROOM Located in Highland Hills. Two car garage, 1 k \ bath. Covered patio $67,000. BEAUTIFULLY DECOATEDThree'^droom, fourth converted into den Upgraded cSfpets and cuitom drapes, wall-papered and mirrored Must sec. 0Q.3OO. MOBILE HOME k LOT Four bedrooms. \% bath. Sunrise Trailer Estates. $29,000.00. IVALYN MOIliU PEG COLE AL LETRANCOIS "BARBARA McNAIR.. ...~ MILUE POTTER ^„„-. .——-.. 41 WATII ST. MBNOHSON. NBVAOA CLEANING LADY NEEDED Wd., Fri. evening hours, part time SUPERIOR BUILDING MAINTE NANCE 385^3012. !40 YEAItS EXPERIENCE! jTRlMMINd AND REMOVINQj *TREES. Serving Henderson^ • aMa. 293-2115 FOR RENT • Private rooms with kitchen 920 4 $25 per wk. 293 1718 B C 'FREE FILM OR CASH OISCODNT ON ALL FILMS. frlelcO and developed at VAN'S NEVADA DRUG. BOULDER CITY. NV. DOES YOUR BATHROOM MARLITE NEED REPLACING? Free Esliiaatcs. 964-tlM, Hda. 1977 FORD RANGER 150 PU. Auto., air, PS. 94&M. Call Frankie Newman. 385-2282. MOTEL ROOM^ k KITCHENETTES Color TVs, Utilities and Linens WEEKLY Ph. Yolanda, 451-2445 DRIVERS LICENSE TESTS Tuesday and Wednesdiy 149 am tol2non-lpmt4:ISpm.Clty annex Civic Center 2*9 Water Street Room 9 FOR SALE -1972 Ford half ton pickup, V-8, gobd cond., 733-7583. aft. 6 p.m. FOR SALE 10 X 55 Marlelte trailer. ftirnEnllosed 8X14 porch, tool shed 10 x 10. Must be moved by Oct. 79 293-5302 1007 Nev. Hi. No. 3 BC •74 DODGE DART SPORT SLANT-22 5 48,000 mi. Good tires. Air, super clean Low book $1875. My price. $2000 504-2241 after 6 Hdn 12 X 60. 2 BDRM MOBILE HOME located in family aection of B.C. Park. $12,000. Call 293-4344. B.C. JiFTS MCORATING SiRVICE painting wall papering • • Inlortor exterior RALPH S6S-0S71 Bonded 4 licensed ocBttA iMimnr Oil Cbiffplete Glass ISorvicet' 5700 Boulder Highway 24 Hr. Service i5l-U$a. COMPLETE MARLITE job on your tub k shower enclosure $135 Complete material k labor 452 4502 HELP WANTED-Night shift, 3 11. Fast food, mature person. Apply in person at A 4r W Drive In. Hdn. SENIOR CITIZEN WANTED TO LIVE IN with elderly lady. Light housework, cooking. Room k board k small salary. 564-1160. Hdn. SAND. GRAVEL, TOP SOIL LANDSCAPE ROCK, Call 293-2115. B.C. 24 X 00 NEW MOBILE HOME Set up in Gingerwood. Has circle kitchen, side by side refrigerator, a-c, skirting, awnings, porch Call Mobile Home Show, 457 9410 SEWING MACHINE SPECIAL Clean, oil. adjust tensions Only $695 Free pickup k delivery. 643 0817 51 X 10 NEW MOON TRAILER TRAILER ESTATE LOT ON PAWNEE ST. HENDERSON PRICE JUST REDUCED TO $19,500 FOR QUICK SALEI $3,000 down, Balance $236.73 per month including interest, annual percentage rate is 127r. W.J. Barnes. Owner Broker. Realtor. 385-3422 735-8604 Country Tini> Dog Grooming AU BREED •DOG i CAT GROOMING fir soffits AVAIUBli SCIINCI DOOfOOO MIAKHTS OIHHS ^r SEWING MACHINE INSTRUCTIONS Need help with operation of your Sewing Machine? Complete Instructions in your hom>.^Only $9.99. 643-0817 •/ '/ I Handyman needed All phases I of remodeling Call Kelly / Glass 451 5153 FREE PICKUP ft DEUVERY Hdn. t flttmon AIM Only! 565-0139 NEW LOCATION 31 WATER ST., HENDERSON L PN 's, nurses aids and orderlies 4 • 10 hour shifts per week Full and part time Boulder City Care Center 801 Adams 293 • 5151 B C Toleviaion and Antenno SpMioltiot of Bouldor City Custom Antennas for the most in viewing and listen ing pleasure PH 293 4976 SIDEWALK SALE at SHOPPER STOPPER 541 NEVADA HIGHWAY 293-3373 SATURDAY t SUNDAY ^ J WATKINS PfOOUaS AVAIL itlE. Coll 565-6151. Hdn. NEED TO SELL YOUR HOUSE? WE WIU BUY IT NOW! CoAk 293-1613 O.A. "CMrty" SmilS, Inc. • • • • • • • • • • • Boh Ohen Realty & Insurance Inc. yj^ 6 Water Si., elMfe^9•l^^JJ| rIAtTOil &M-I3^i — UNIT 2 — from $42^ m. $$-6199 WrfBuk Comi|ock *'^* Homes BLACK MOUNTAIN REALTY Q MULTIPLE USTING J^^ SERVICE 15J HENDERSON, NEVADA '^-• 107-A WATER STREET INSIDE VAUEY BANK BLDG. —RKIDWTIAL-^ •••••••••••*••• • •••••• •ROKER 54-17M 564-2722 293-4274 56^0863 J SS^I6 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 full baths. Very tastefully upgraded throughout. Priced right. 4 BR IH BATH LARGE YARD Large country style kitchen with enlarged bedroom/ wardrobes, lota 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 945.000. LARGE TRAILER ESTATES LOT with 4 Br W Bath remodelled and very neat and clean 197128X58 Double ExpandoTrailer All newly carpeted Very sharp. Added workshop and Laundry plus storage shed. Total only 930,000. Owner will carry part of Tinancing 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 included in price Carport accomodates four vehicles V^ry Nice. See to appreciate. ENJOY CHRISTMAS WITH A BEAUTIFUL FIREP L.ACE This 4 br 2 f^jll baths 18'x22' Living room with bnrk fireplace covering one entire wall, built in bookcases, 9x9 Entry foyer giving access to several roomi of home, excellent floor planning for the larger home Large country style lutchen. plus walk • in storage 18x18 Work shop. Thia Is a super home with over 2087 sq ft of good livinr Only 998,000 2 BR 1 BATH WATER ST PROPERTY Business toned. Presently rented Call for appointment only. Tenant not to b diaturbcd 3 BR PLUS DEN IH Bath Valley View with garage, 24x13 Patio, fmced, addn'l storage Lots of extras. Almost immediate posses sion Owner Traniferred. ACRE or UND ONLY 111000 This won't last long 1 acre in Sect 19 Ready to build Several Parcels of 1 Acrt and 2H Acres in Section 4 High on tbc Hill wiU a gorgteui View. Call for dtuils AFTER HOURS CALL: JEANNE A OLSEN DE MARCaBROKER J64-2773 PETER J OLSEN. SALESMAN 969^429 VIRGIL McUNNKY. SALESMAN 8491 JANET SHAW. SALESMAN ..9911999 LORIN WILLIAMS. SALESMAN JSM999 PAUUNE -niNA'WILLIAMS. SALESMAN.... JSMIN MICHAEL P. BBROBMBYBR-SALBSMAN..„. J9S49IP SIAITMS $MNO TMI MMOtttON AMA 90990 trlAll — JUST LISTIO — And it won t last long This 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath Home is on a Quiet Highland Hills Cul-De-Sac and has One of the Largest Lots in Highland Hills. Drive by 605 Cameo Circle and then Call for Appointment t HOMES •ACREAGE • COMMERCIAL <|[R) ^ REALTORS 565-8947 125 W, LAKE MEAD DR. HENDERSON, NEVADA JEANN| A. QLSEN DEUARCO, BROKER HAVE YOU SEEN THESE BEAUTIES' They're nearly flnished and awaiting your color selec tions Seven homes, all designed for modern family llv ing. Spacious open floor-plans, see-thru fireplaces, atrium entries with skylights, 3 or 4 bedrooms, beautlfiil custom wood cabinets, microwave ovens k trash compactors are just some of the many features Walt till you see the way Rlgby Construction finishes these homes — nice! Call to see at 585^947 days or 381-7193 anytime LOOKING FOR PEACE AND QUIET Then this 1850 foot. 3 bdrm 2 full bath home should put your worries to rest. Warm colors and great floorpUn just welcome you in Imagine walking through your ftont door and seeing a warm fire In the stone fireplace, nicety set off by the sumptuous carpet under foot Located on high end of development adjoining government land It's fiin to watch the world go frantically by from your peacef\il corner See today by calling 585-9947 days, or 381-7193 anytime. EXTREMELY GOOD CUSTOM AREA LOT Like to have an acre, but prices got you down — How about 918.900 with water, telephone and underground power on property and paid for — No assessments due!' Call 585-8947 or 381 7193 evenings. WAITING FOR A BARGAIN? Wait no more! This lovely three bedroom. 24 bath home with dining room, den with fireplace, country kitchen and all the appliances plus a pool, is really a bargain at 950.000. FHA or V A financing available Evenings call 585^9453 FATHER KNOWS BEST! And be will really like tkis two bedrpom home that has a large detached garage for him Mom will love the paneling and decorating plus range and refi-igerator. drapes and carpets Priced 941.300. FHA or VA Even ings call 9954493 CAUIM MraiMAnON ON out NIW nua Of VOUNO AMIMCAN N0M9IM N9N09II0N. MOM MOM tM,M TO 94a.*MMA ANf VA fMANONO AVAAAIU. Block Mountoin GoK Course Beautiful 2 Bedroom. W Bath home on 13th Fairway Large living room with fireplace, fenced yard with auton|atic sprinklers. SPECIAL OF THE WEEK Lovely 3 bedroom, l'^ bath home on quiet cul-desac. Security bars and large familv room. HIGHUND 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 Oftn Mon. Hwv Sot. yivi#a Erickaon, Brokwv. Kathcrlne Mitcbcll...._ Jfrry Bcrgtmeyar. Diane Barlow.James Smalley Travis JohniOB .mvm ..Wkvaa ..JM418 ...4iS-19M LOOKING FOR AN ACRE? Vou must see this .Mission Hills Lot zoned for horses. Beautif\il lot includes a 3 bedroom, 2 bath home with a fireplace for countrj' living. Perfect for the family that needs room for Mom, Dad, the kids, horses and the pets. BY APPOINTMENT —LAND LISTINGS— Black Mountain Golf Course Lots Boulder Highway Frontage Several R-4 Pieces. 2H and 3<^4 acre Lots Close to High School. 1 Acre • Mission Hills 2 Acres in Paradise Hills Building Lot H Acre Area of Vo-Tech. BUICK MOUNTAM REALTYSM-2727 INSIOf THE VALLEY lANK ILOO. RICHARD .STEWART. REALTOR DICK STEW ART iZII^REALTOR OPEN 8:30-5:30 WEEKDAYS. 9:004:00 SATURDAYS AFTER HOURS CALL JOAN COOPER „ BETTY STEWART. GENEBAIRD „ PAULSULUVAN DORA WAGNER • LARRY WIEDER -..KEN PROCTOR DIANA DOWNEY:::::ZZZII PAMALYN PETERSON I JACKII WILLIAMS ,,. • MULTIPLE USTING COMPUTOR SERVICE 4 RE[LOCATION SERVICE AVAILABLE .364-1393 .,904-2447 J64-2144 .J84-I897 ,9654)n8 .9664004 JM771 .884-2727 88M08B i 4 ^^^iMiaMMaMMHlM

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    I RtiCtilVbU] •••no*n#o Thurtdoy, Novmbr 23, 1971 34 >^^ry^ Hn, N^ and U^Ukr City N^ PUT IT IN THE Thundoy, Nvtmbr 23, 1978 135 SAU 01 TUM^ Mffw dMlM M am M ToltM ^ncramk view, •ntir* ntrttt tiMra, Mtt rim, OfM fOUfW MlOfVi wOtM'f IMWW A MWWf 111 rtody. $32,500. Trad* far toma in I.C. or a^^l wim. W3-4003. Ivat. LICENSED CHILD CARE in my horn*. 95-7412. Hdn. ADVERTISERS PLEASE PROOF! HOUSf FUMING I By square foot or hour — Licensed and bonded — • Free estimate 73*.0607 INSIDE DOORS. Screen door w-hdw Your choice, $S. each 564-1648. Hdn. I Your ad the first day.} tf'in case an error oc-1 curs. The Boulder City'I News will assume no responsibility after | j the first day of publiication. Error claims ,' l)hiust be made im\ I mediately. I •: i;— — FOR SALE USED PONTOON BOAT: 28 FOOT, rebuilt with new factory made aluminum pontoons; twin 35's, completely fenced for safety; shade top for sleeping, diving. See at Weekender Boat Shop on Boulder Highway, Henderson. $4,000 CASH. Private owner. Ask Bill Reynolds about it. MOVING : Must sell Assume our loan on 1978 26' Swinger Motorhome 5.000 mi 2 roof airs, dash air, AM-FM 8 trk., generator, microwave, TV-Antenna Many extras. 564-2385 Warranty on It until 14,500 mi Hdn. Free: Glass, mirror 4 lumber cutoffs Kelly's Glass. 451-5153. $15,000 UNDER APPRAISAL B C Custom 4 bdrm 2^4 t>ath home on ^ acre zoned for horses. Master bdrm has fireplace, dressing rm., & Jacuiii Family rm w-wet bar 4 fireplace Country kitchen has built in break fast bar w-Jenn Air range, Litton dbl Microwave oven, dishwasher, trash compac tor & wafV in pantry Home is located on Mountain set ting overlooking B.C. 5 minutes to Lake Mead. It 30 min \o Las Vegas Appraised: $130,000. Selling price $115,000 Call owner at 293-3046 B.C. METROPOLITAN LIFE is looking for a career minded person to manage its Henderson agenc:. Interested parties please call 735-08'>'' NATWWAr NATURAl POOOS 293-1I44 \^\ 13im Niv. Hwy.. BC 10'^ OFF TO SENIOR CITIZENS on Vitamins, minerals, proteins and cap^ulated herbs only' WdlU CNMS RHUIBJif _/v BLACKMOUNTAIN '-^:AN^ PLUMBING ^ow" • SEWER & DRAIN LINES CLEANED • ^ FAUCETS • GARBAGE OlSPOSAkS • / NEW FIXTURES INSTALLE_D '_ ,/ -St" >ROeET TOOO J-T.^ 0nn tj •* .^. COMMI/CIAl .MMMNTiai { WA.NTED Hairdresser for busy salon, call the Haint age Styling Parlor. 565-7503 or 565-7368 Hdn HELP WANTED MAN WITH AUTO BODY & PAINT E.XPERIENCE • Kelly's Glass Co 4515153. HOMES AVAILABLE' Betty Honn Animal Adoption accepts any kind of unwanted pets byapptonly 361 2484 Have calls for puppies BRAND NEW 4 bdrm 2 story in Boulder City. Dining rm fam room, fireplace, wet bar. 2W.bath. RV & Pool sited lot.$75,000 Avail Dec 1 Owner23-4415 BC >CHRISTMAS .MONEY Earn extra money for Christ mas delivering adf^ifiing material Plastic bagged to doorknob in your neighl>orhood No selling or collecting Regular delivery days areTues A Wed Please call Miss Wilsoq for more information 73^4400 PUPPIES 6 wks old to choose from German Shepherd A Australian Shepherd Good Christmas presents From 8 4. 293 8401 After 4. 585^7034 Hdn ^BO PPI NG C E WTg R ^reOT FRONT FOR LEASE Hen dersonarea Excellent loca tion Lots of parking Call 491 -8963 after 6 p m or leave messM< daytime Ml ST SELL IN A HURRY' 197112x60Signature Mobile Home 2 bdrm., 1 bth. patio. 10x7 Shed. 40 ft awnini;. skirting, 3T Refrigeration, carpet k drapes, front kitchen, gold vein mirrors in liv room A master bdrm Adult park in Henderson Immediate occupancy Call 643 4931 from 7 30 to 4 30 weekdays Ask for Terry Possehl or call 565-6638 any time IN HENDERSON Close to everything R 2 Zoned clean 2 bdrm house Central heat, air cond auto sprinklers, fenced.5shed$ $39,950 Call 565-0855 Hdn HENDERSON DEUGHT' Half Utilities! Air. roomy Call today $125 Valley Rentals 385-5901 NEED A HOME Seal Point neutered Siamese 457 8874 Nellie FOR SALE Used Camper Shell Needs some glass Make offer 565^0739 Hdn PART TIME CASHIER Fri, Sat A Sun 1 30 to 9 30 pm. Great West Husky 453 Nev. Hwy. B C BABYSITTER NEEDED 3 children, after school. Robert Taylor school area 564 2377 Hdn MASTES) £tciiii Adltery man Must have High School diploma A valid Nevada driver's license Ins retirement A many company benefits Apply 147 Water St. Hdn Henderson Child Cm Center Dally t WNUT ROIN St. Peter's Holl, Bovider Hwy. 565-9384 GRANDMOTHER WANTS LIVE IN JOB. Babysitting light house cleaning. Private rm. Hdn. 904-2860. FOR SALE. 1971 Honda 790 cc, 1971 Suiuki 400 cc dirt bile. 293-3480. B.C. MOBILE HOME FOR SALE 1 bdrm, 10x40, ion. iVill awning. Storage shed, furnished, new refrig., stove, Moving must sell. 293-3480. Eves. B.C. MSTANTCASH list hd ii4 Mortgage and Trust Deeds nUIMIOZAl 3t2-2M I70HM56 Atk your nclghber, he knows roc. Let Us Clean for the Holidays RiS MAINTtNANCE Carpets, upholstery, floors, windows All cleaning services in B C. and Henderson (Also Odd Jobs) •^65-7650 • 565-0456 Accoustical Ceilings A Interior & Exterior painting. 564 1770 SHAKLEE PRODUCTS -| now available in Lewis Homes area. Dianna McKee 293-4798. B C. "IkYUNt BUIUNNO CO. 393-S114 Lie 15487 Custom Homes. Additions and Remodeling BC Learn to drive with Las Vegas School of Driving Specializing in nervous A handicapped persons All ages. Day & evening instruction. Free home pickup 732-7664. NOW KENTING • tMcea • hcaallfkl all-adalt Giaivwetd Meblle Park. Eajey carefree llvlag itk ear selar heated swimmlag paal, tkerary pml. ntT—OmktIi. shin*bM4 CMrta,|AM4 rerreatlen. Etc. 29IJ CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY Home-Ofnce-Auto-Boats I Antique Restoration Excellent selection of fab ric Ph. Rod 564-2775 experienced, former college upholstery instructor. f Ipst LI SALES POSITIONS OPEN HENDERSON REALTY, INC., 1836 Nevada Highway, B C. presently has sales positions open for three (3) full time licensed Real Estate Salc-ipersons Previous experience necessary. Call 293-2151 or 564-2515 for an appointment COOLER COVERS Custom Canvas A Awning 1628 Beuldor Hwy. 564-1098 ADVERTISERS I^LEASE PROOF Your ad the first &iy j in case an error ocF.AT TOPPED BUTCHER HOGS Not slop hogs 381-5137 Cash or trade LOST mans black rimmed glasses in a fan case wilh the word "Civechi" stamped on case Lost on Mon Nov. 30 around or in the Eldorado Club If found please call 293 1769 BC. 1 1977 THI'NDERBIRD. white with white vinyl top. all power, cruise control, sacrifice at $5500 Call 293-1562 BC DIVORCE SETTLEMENT 1978 Singer Zig Zag sewing machine New cond, used 4 mos buttonholes, fancy stitches, sews stretch mat erial. monagrams. darns, etc Cabinet included As .ume payments or full cash balance $5541 Call days, evenings or weekends. 649-7693 LV FOR RENT3 bdrm 2 bath house Available Dec 5, IVt yr old, near schools. $450 per month. 1st. last plus depo Call after 4 p.m. 293-3130 B C G E. Refrigerator Bottom ., freezer drawer $95 Ph 293-4130 B C FOR RENT 2 bdrm Condo Call 293-2647 weekends or after 4 p m week days. B.C. DESPERATELY NEEDED Donate your unwanted items to Betty Honn Animal Adoption All money & proceeds BO for animal feed, care & upkeep. 361 2484 or 3615137 REWARD!" LOST VICINITY FAIRWAY & PACIFIC -11 mo. old female mixed black Lab. wearing red collar, answers to Jackson Call 565-6838 anytime. Has white spot on cheit • white fur on feet 1962 UNIFLITE 17' Boat & Trailer Inboard Chrysler engine $2300 or best offer 293-4130 BC I ,curs. The Hendersoir^l Home News will as1 sume no responsibil-' ity after the first day of I pubUcation. Error | claims must be made,I .immediately. { EACH DAY Is 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 Basic High Call Realty Executives to find out more about this lovely home at 736-8551 or Evenings at 564-2765. No. 277. r Executives GARAGE SALE games books. clothing and misc Fri li Sat .Nov 24 & 25 From 9 am to 4 pm 1521 Irene. BC BAKER Experienced for Winchell's Fornewshopon Tropicana k Pecos Im mediate employment $330 hr to start Call Grace. 565-0360, Hdn WASHER & CAS DRYER Heavy duty Very good con dition 1130 Call 5657143 Hdn REWARD To finder of brown wallet purse w-personal |>apert, cards intact Contact Mrs Bergemeyer at 565-9791 or 293-1332 r SOPA k ROCKER RE CUNER Brown vinyl $100 for both Mi-22I Hdn XOif^ YoBBi peaeoeh Near Tin St., opposite McCaw Elcm Has cockscomb k bright feathers on neck REWARD Ph S42l Hdn BTv^^^^ 1S15 E. Tropicana Avo., Suit* 550. Lot Vtaos 89109 "A FUU TIME PROFESSIONAL I ESTATE STAFF OF 21' 736-8551 .REAL I SWCET k SIMPUC Style of livmn in Ibu luper mobile home loritrd in Hendenon H*i 2 bedroomi. family room. 14 X towilb icreage and hai i patio whsl a birgtin at |JO0 No m rail REALTY EXECUTIVES. REAU TOR at 73-S61 or Evcninf lall at 964-ras GOLrCR'S PARADISE This bone ii located rtgbl en Ibc Black Ml lolf roun* the fairway li in your bark yard, tbli borne bai 3 bedroom, covered patio. 2 car gara|e. and lets jot ibad* traei Call REALTY EXECt'TIVES. REALTOR today at TSMSet or Evening rail at 364 27(6 No l BITTER SWEET ENTRANCE Coven Ibe front of tbit bone Hai 4 bedroomi. 2 coty ftreplacet, nice floor plan, paneling in family room, and room for R V and boat parking For only >M.MO Call REALTY EXECUTIVES. RCALTOR, H TIMHI r Cveaing call M42TI6 No 2T STARTING our OR SI>OWING DOWN* Then this beM li perfeci for you Hai 1 bedroeii. carpet and drape* tbrettgboet. rale toantrj Uuben. and located in Hoader•on Wbal a bargain at Nfljeo Call REALTY EXICU TtVU. RIALTOR today at 73MMi or BveaiM Call IM-nmNe M THBRrS COLD NIGHTS AHEAD Se MMtfie M *• Me af I tk two (Ireplacei la Uili gr|ae heae HMM Maelf Is taiaaeiilale aad has •• aaay lerrlfle faetatresM^ Impii^ f a IM ifcMi all 8H* aa bair acre aad saMd Ibr feenea Lacaied la Neadenea teat besiuu call RT ALTY EXCCimVU. UALTOR for an App( today at T$MM1 or tmiH at IW-IMI Ne m LOST DOG Black Toy Poodle in vic-^ |inity of W. Basic & Vic toryRd.Male-12yrs.old Red bows on ears. Fam ily heartbroken. REWARD! Call 564-2386 or 565-6127 BOULDER CITY 2 BDRM 2 BTH., 1 yr old. 38 x 18 pool, w-Jacuzii, 6x8 Redwood Sauna, fireplace, upgrade carpet k pad. custom drapes, block wall fencing, low maintenance landscaping, automated sprinklers, garage (dry walled) $80,000. 293-3024 evenings k weekends. Bosk Realty REALTOR 113 W. Ijki IM Dr. HndrMn 564-1553 3 BDRM.. 1^ BATA' plus den. Good arcl. Call on thi one. r- MISSION HtUS LOT Wilh Water Meter IntUlled ... 135' X 264'. 3 ACMS ZONID C-2 Utilitiei available. Comer Lake Mead Dr. 4 Parkview St C-2 STORE, office, ihop and storage. Lease. \ivm HHf TO HnPI If tiMfv It #fiy wvy W9 csfi y) In the flaM it ileerfaii1 (•MMlWt M 1 m BOAT TOPS & COVERS By Bud Custom Canvas & Awning, 1628 Bouldr Hwy. Ph. 564.1098 ma ^AR TRUCK -1 i mMw STORAGE ALL TYPES BOAr*'BARN| 565-6966 SMALL SHETLAND STUD PONY, pigmy goats, alpine doe, pigeons. 361-3137. RENTAL Unf 4 bdrm., 2 bth. East Las Vegas. Big yd., carport It Storage Near schools k shopping $395. mo. 1st, last, k security negotiable. 4S8-3406 after 6 p.m. i^ lM> M > H l MURRAY BUILKRS Bonded i Lie No ISOM Patio Covers, Room Additions, Remodel, New Construction If in a hurry. Call MURRAY 293-1799 NATURE PAINTS A MASTERPIECE Right outside .vour front door. There's a beautifiil view of the whole valley and the mountains This home has a formal dining room, fireplace in fam-ji^ ily room, 3 bedrooms, large 2 car garage and located in Henderson Priced as |T7,80. Call Realty Execu lives at 736^8591 or Evenings SM-2765. No 284. INDIVIDUAL 4 CONTRACTOR CONSULTANTS. Bob ODell, 2130 Boulder Hwy. 565-0417 965-0516. Hdn. CAT LOVERS! Beautiful cats k kittens waiting for homes. See to appreciate 361 2484 for directions. Some spayed or neutered wdistemper shots. 1972 • H T CHEVY PICKUP First $1500 takes. May be seen at Vista Mobile Park. Space 9. Hdn. BABYSITTING in my home. Toddlers k up. 3 children at a time. For more informa• tion call 565-6817. Hdn. -fNEED A CAR? New in town'' Old in Town' No credit' Short time en the job? Only $100, $200, $300 or $400 down! Need an Automobile to get around? Contact us We approve our own contracts. Instant delivery. We will pickyotlupA bring you to our car lot. Just tele!phone 564-5909. Nevada Auto Sales. 1813 N. Bldr Hwy Henderson, Nev. One block south of Sunset Blvd. Ii Bldr. Hwy. FOR SALE • 24Travel Trailer $2,000 FIRM 382-2965 or 584-2326 after 5. Hdn. HELP WANTED Dock workers. Full k part time. Day k night. 94-3688. Hdn. BABYSITTINO • MY HOME. 565-0977, SANDY. $25. WK. WITH LUNCH. Hdn. lnD1fGtebyakMM BMUderCltjrtsJl^ia^ soo RMify id or eU MtV YARD WORK • TRACT CLEANUP. Reasonable SM^4S after 9. FOR RESUUS — -* J HOME REPAIR SERVICE All types No Job too small." Reasonable. 293-3937. B.C. HOUSEKEEPING in Boulder City. Monday through Friday 293 1655. m JENSEN'S REALTY UJ. 219 WATER ST. MMioa* 0. "JIM" JENSEN BROKER HENDERSON, NV. 89015 • 564.3333 SPECIAL OF THE WEEK Almost new 3 bdrm .2 bath beauty. Located in a convenient area. New carpet, paint and tile throughout Priced to sell. This won't last long at $38,500. Call 964-3333. WHY GO TO THE ADDED EXPENSE of landscaping' This beautiftilly landscaped. 2 bedroom, 1 bath home has a 3rd bedroom that has been converted into a large family room Fireplace in the living room. Wall to wall carpeting throughout Covered patio with Bar-b-que Very coiy Only $45,500. Please call Sue 564-3333. LEWIS HOME BEAUTY Four bedroom 1^ bath balanced power home with large country kitchen Carpeting and drapes throughout Modem appliances. Patio Many extras. A pleasure to show, a joy to own. Call Alice at J64-3333 1960 SQ FT. OF LUXURY UVING 3 bedroom. 2V, bath beauty will all the extras. Block wall front and back with mature shrubbery. Everything you want and more. This is a must see! Call for an appointment 964-3333 LOOK! A charming 3 bdrm home for the discriminating buyer Decorative fireplace, unique country kitchen Family room Breeze way to a finished garage Priced right in Section 27. Call Alice .964-3333 LOVELY COTTAGE FRONT 3 bdrjn, 3 fUll bath Fenced yard, mature landscaping in ttont Stove, refrig, water cond, washer, dryer, large dining room set Family orintcd. Call Randy „„ .9M4339 PICK YOUR LOT We have H acre and 1 acre loU with your choice of custom homes built to your satisfaction Come in and talk (• us tr call for informatioB m njj OrW MONOAT TNtU MTUROAY 9:00 AM TO *:00 Ml AnMNOIMSCAUi mi JENSEN :z:zZZZZIZZZZZmmi 8UEBLAW jmmo AUCEnri — .SM-am RANDY WOOTTON „ aaaMM FOUND set of 3 keys, near Mohave Motel in B.C. Can be identined and picked up at the BOULDER CITY NEWS. 1227 Arizona, B.C. Between 9 am and 4 p.m. LOST tiny black puppy, 8 wks. old.Child heartbroken 1504 Dorothy Dr vicinity, REWARD. 293 4978 B C. MONEY MOTIVATED? Then this could be your best Investment 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 ecutives at 736-8551 or Evenings at 564-2765 No. 231. YOU CAN GET A LOT IN UFE with this home 5 lots as a matter of fact, because that is how many lots this terrific ho*e sits on, Has 3 bed rooms, large country kitchen, mature shrubs and lots of trees. What a super investment and all for $52,750. Call Realty Executives at 763 8951 or Evenings at 964-2765 No. 238 HUGE 4 ROOM! Heated Pool! .. $1&9! Air, built ins. patio $45 deposit. Valley Rentals 385-5901 • FT. COLD COUCH, $40. Orange couch, makes bed $25. 293 2899 B C FOR SALE • 1971 Toroado. best offer 293-2247. B.C. BORN TO LOSE? Well, try winning for a change in this super home thst sits on H acre in Henderson and zoned for horses. This home features a sunken living room breakfast bar, upgraded carpeting throughout, and a 2 car garage You can't pass this one up because it's priced at only $66,500. No. 282. Call Realty Executives at 736-8951 or Eve. at 564^2765. FOR RENT • 881, 803 A 89S El Camino Way, B.C. 3 A 4 bdrm., 2 bth Former Model Homes. Carpet, drapes, stove, dishwasher, beautifully landscaped, wallpaper Children 4 peU ok. $500. k $929. Call Lewis Homes, 7364980. JIAIJIM.miiJiiJI.IHf ^ BOULDER ELECRIC ^ 3 Licensed, bonded, insured. Lie. No. 19187. ^Call 293-1097 or 28348W h nnu vrrin nntrmr DIAL A THOUGHT 732-0472 HOLIDAY MOVERS! 5 rm beauty. $220 Plush 4 clean Air. Valley Rentals 385-9901. SIGIilSby WANTED Mobile home lot only. Or Mobile home k lot. in Mt Vista Estates, or will trade 735-7325 or 497-3092. VEGAS TYPEWRITER REPAIR • 1601 E Sahara, Us Vegas 735-7329. Our specialty, u.sed. rebuilt typewriters Satisfaction guaranteed. FOR RENT Private rm. A bath Private entrance. 565-9358 before 9 or after 2. Hdn. FOR RENT • Studio apt. $135. per mo. $75. Security de posit. Call 965-9660. after 3 p,m. FOUND BICYCLE Identify to claim 565-9190 Hdn i CLTOM .CPRR£TT^ RcaLTy SROKCR PHOrjIE 293-3333 Vivian Richards..293-1797 Bart Hvde 293-2144 Carol Rozich 293-4990 Elton M Garrett .293-2838 5M Ntvoda Hwy., Beuldtr Ci HIGH ON THE MOUNTAIN BELOW APPRAISAL Master bedroom suite has Jactuzi AND Hreplace. Must see to appreciate this luxury home. 9125,000. RARE FIND 3 bedrooms, 2 bath home with 16 x 30 pool, plus spa. Good terms. Only $73,900. NEW LEWIS HOME • 4 bedroom, 2 bath, family room. Never lived in. Priced right at $73,900. HANDYMAN'S DREAM • Partially remodeled, 2 bedroom older home in downtown area. Finish work to be done by buyer, some materials included. $39,500. |> SPOTTING GOODS business in central location, great opportunity at reasonable price. NEW BUSINESS BUILDINGS for rent 1100 sq. il. each. Excellent location. VIEW OF CITY Buildinf loU overlook Boulder City and El Doivdo Valley. Over H acre. Prices begin at $25,000. SUBDIVISION NO. 11 2 acre building lot This la • bargain at 945,000. LAKEVIEW SITES Desirable lot on Woodacra Drive. Over V3 acre. Only $38,500. WE HAVE MYltS WE NKD USTINOS 31 YBAM nONfiSRINO MAI ESTAfB INIOUlOBiaTY BOULDER REALTY IB. REALTORS MLS H*lIO' 293-3300 FOR INFORMATION CALL 23-3232 EXCELLENT BLDG. LOT IN SUBDIVISION 11. Approx. \ acre. Call for details. Priced Right! BUILD VOUR DREAM HOME on one of these subdivision 11 lots we have listed. Call for information. FA.SV GROWING EXCLUSIVE AREA 3 bdrm, 2 bath. Lovely home with a great see through fireplace, Large lot with room for R.V. Parking., A DifXMfOlIM: TRUE! on quiet tree shaded cul • d ^fbymmiUh. 2 car garage. PRICED TO PRESTIGIOUS GOLF COURSE LIVING • custom 2 story, 3 bdrm.. 2H bath, w car garage. Overlooking lush green fairway and magnificent mountain peaks. NEAR NEW -14' x 70' Mobile home with covered carport and patio, many appliances and furnishings included. Nice 10' x 10' storage shed and lots of shrubs. FENCED YARD, very nicely kept Mobile home 2 bdrm., 2 bath large kitchen, 2 car carport. En>oy the SPECTACULAR VIEW OF LAKE MEAD, from this lovely 3 bdrm, m bath home. Gas fireplace in living room, spacious master bedrm. suite. Double garage. RLOOKING LAKE to property. THE USE with view of ntains. End unit privacy. Truly a Excellen MEAD VIEW IS' GREAT Lake Me provides, must to YOU CAN OWN THIS i nmaculate 2 story home with many, many extras. Excellent location. Large pool with redwood decking makes for lots of fUn in the hot sun. OWN A LOT with a view of Lake Mead. Call fer details. MAKE MORE MONEY check into this business opportunity. Everything from mobile home to landscaping. 'ARCHITECT DESIGNED. CONTEMPORARY home on over 2/3 Acre, majestic view from all living areas. 4 bedroom, 24 baths, stunning master bedroom suite, family room features stone fireplace. BUILDING LOT IN SUBDIVISION 11. High lot with a beautiful view. Owner is a licensed real estate salesman. 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 a Kind! EXCELLENT FAMILY HOME. 4 bdrm., iv bath, with family rm.. Large corner lot with fenced in backyard. Excell. neighborhood PRIDE OF OWNERSHIP describes this lovely spacious 3 bdrm., 1^:, bath home with swimming pool. Excellent location. Call our office for deUils. RANCH STYLE HOME in the popular Mission Hills Estates Excellent fioor plan, 3 bdrm., 2 full baths. Call now and pick out your own color schemes. COMFORT and ECONOMY are yours in this newly carpeted, tastefully decorated 3 bedroom. 1^. bath, .Mobile home. Lovely fenced yard with shade trees. EIGHT TINY REINDEER will have ample room to play on this large lot with lovely 3 bdrm. home located in Henderson's Mission Hills area at 1207 San Gabriel. Call us about all its many extras and appt. to see. Evenings 293-4799. CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS PAST IN THIS HOME from the past and with a Great fiiture. Brick constructed 4 bdrm., 24 bath on large shaded grounds, a view of Lake Mead and so much more Located in Boulder City at 1306 Denver St Call for details and appt. to see. HOLIDAY CHEER will abound for years to come in this custom 4 bdrm 24 bath home located on the 7th tee of the B.C. Golf Course at 1542 Sandra Drive. Construction is in the final phase. Too many extra features to list so please call for details. WRAP THIS UP FOR CHRISTMAS .. warm your self by a cracklin' fire in the family room fireplace. This well planned home features 4 bedrooms. 2 baths, JennAir Cooktop Range, self cleaning own, laundry room, formal dining and living area and prage plus work area. 170 SKYURK CONVERTIBLE, $1299 1071 Lincoln Coupe, $1405. 12 gauge automatic ihotgun^l79 804 Nevada Hwy, Boulder City. SACRIFICE: 1950 Cadillac Coupe DeVIUe. Beautiful cdndition. Best offer. 804 Nevada Hwy., Boulder City. NEW MODELS! Set up in Ging erwood Park. 14 x 70,2 bath, garden tubs, AC, skirting k awnings Mobile Home Show. 457-9410. PATIOS, STEPS, COOL DECK AND REPAIR. 30 yrs. exp. Hourly. 49 • 1939 or 965 9306. TEDDYS KITCHENETTES "Jast briag your toothbrush" tn-nu • *^CVrVSCnjn • ArtkriuV,. kvflMia, BlmlM. aslkm. allergy, streke, acisUca, 1 sla. gMl, pretlato. 7i-7ta FOR SALE • 1972 Dodge Dart Clean as new.power.other extras. 293-2418 B.C. Rebuilt Sewing Machine Sale from $29 95,1 yx guarantee SORENSENS ^WING CEN'JER 509 Ave. C. 293-3no. B.e I WILL DO IRONING IN MY HOME. Reabonable. 965 06(7 GLAZIER NEEDED. Call Kelly Glass Co. 451-5193. CHANGE PERSONS NEEDED APPLY Gold Strike Inn Hwy. 96 and 466. B.C. "BIG JOHN" BLETSCH IS BACK at his Auto Wrecking Garage k Tow Service. 1631 Foothill, B.C. 293-4661. FULL HME COOK WANTED. Under CETA program. 283-3131. St. Jude's. B.C. Ittt lEIfT • KltcheMtta;. iK ^.OdMeaMid.SMylai' ; MotaL S5-7S(r i RICK'S MARINE SERVICE: Certified !Vlerc Mech. lOyrs. exp. Merc Volvo, Chrysler k Jets. OMC. 565-7996. Hdn FOR SALE 8 X 40 Mobile Home. Furnished nice w-new carpeting. Quiet area. $3800 Moore's Mobile Home Park Sp 11. BC SHAKLK PRODUaS Rhoda D. Hagadone Authorized Distributor ^934350 B.C. We'll Call On You" HELP WANTED Station attendant. Experienced. Apply at Zike's Hdn Texaco, Water k Lake Mead. Hdn MUST SELL -72 CHEV. CAPRICE. Gold, V-8-2 barrel. Like new. 4 door Must drive to appreciate $1995. or best offer. 564-1648. For rent: 1, 2. 3 bdrm. trailers. $30 to $60 wk. CaU 5657763 or 565 7141 Hdn. .fnplKBS th. SB6-762B i Blod(Wab>ftv6 MOSSBTS MASONRY [Minn CortredDr UtNaUTSB DISC FOR SALE Wrecked '89 Cbevelle Station Wag. Recently rebuilt 307 Eng. k Auto. Trans. Will sell sepa rately or whole Also: '67 Dodge Coronet 500. $300 Good transportation car Call up to 2 p.m. 569-8830 Hdn. FOR SALE -n FORD, 4 dr. Like new. 569-0414 Hdn. RENT NEW APARTMENTS Two bdrm., unfurnished, $245. & up. Furnished, $40. more. Gas Heated WESTMINISnR APTS. 5644806 Judi Court Henderson, Nevada Are you living with a Drinking Preblem??? If so, why not try Al • Anon. Meetings are Tues. 10 a.m. SI. Timothy's Episcopal Church Tues 8 pni'' Club, 91 Water St Wed." 7:30 p.m. St. Rose de Lima Bosp. For more informaUon, call 565-9963. FOR RENT 400s r Office, with or without enclosed Storage Yard. Ample Parking, easy access to Boulder Hwy. Rent includes all utilities except phone. For informaUon, call 964-2955. WSnUED WATER 45' per gal Bring container I to SORENSEN'S 509 Avenue C B.C. 293-3T70. ( FOR'^ALL YOUR\ GLASS NEEDS! / VACATIONERS! Rent beauU ful '78 Itasca, 25 ft motorhome Self contained, sleeps 8. $290 wklO* a mile. Immaculate 293-2247. B C. 1959 FORD PICKUP needs Rt. front fender $250. 293-2899 BC. HUGE 4 BDRM.!! Fenced for kids k pets. Air, built ins. $200 Valley Rentals. 385-9901. LOST: Black k White Boston Terrier. Nov 16. in Sect 19 (Golf Course Area) Please Call 564-1068 ifyou have any information We miss our pet terribly. ^NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS for Seamstress Apply in person, 575 Lake Mead Dr., Hdn. ARTEX CORP .VEEDING BABYSITTING JOBS $25 wk. Care in my home. Call between Ikk U 569-9168 • ACE HARDWARE has come to Boulder City and lives at the SHOPPER STOPPER. Como visit him and see how he can save you time and Mor>ey. 541 Nev. Hwy. GArCuibi" Swiife Licensed Real Estate Broker Janice Crawford. Deanna Keele Rick Shea „ W.R. (Winnie Clark).. .PatShuman„ Diana Leseberg .June Hanscn —>..... ...38i-7Tn .383-1402 .2-3a06 .2W^2848 ...2834'ne ...293-2738 ..J834223 HOMES NEAR THE GOLF COURSE! 4 bedrooms, 2 baths fenced 5 years old • fireplace $71,500. 1500' LIVEABLE:' A beautiful, new home near the golf course. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, $72,500.00 Immediate occupancy CUSTOM FIREPL.-\CE!! Beautiful new home. Family roora. $73,900.00. Move in today 3 bedrooms. 2 baths. 4 BEDROOM, 2 BATH!! Excellent location Immediate occupancy $76.75000 MOBILE HOMES DOUBLE WIDE • ADULTS ONLY! $34JK)0 Buys this near new mobilehome in MAM Park. Immediate possession BEAUTIFUL .SPLIT LEVEL! 1508 square feel On Mounuin Visu lost Cosy woodburning fireplace. $58,600 24 X 44 ADULTS ONLY NEW" Beautiful new 2 bedroom. 2 bath mobile home in Gingerwood $26,490. 12 X 70 NEW $22,500!' Adults only • 3 bedrooms • 2 baths Possession today!! IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 2 bedrooms. 1 bath Adults only $15,400. IN MOORE'S'! 2 bedroom, 1 bath. 8 x 92 $.'.75000 Adults only BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 3 CHAIR BARGERSHOP $2,490 Terms BUSINESS LOCATIONS AVAILABLE. $200 AND $290 PER MONTH My "Thee* it n twbttitwte for ExperiK<' DICK BUUR REALTYREALTORS 833 NEVADA HWY. 293-2171 or 293-3402 n AFTER HOURS CALL: Bob Blair 293-2049 Carl Cowan „. 293-1490 Andrea Anderson _..-. 293-2158 RIALTOR KaUe Cartlidge 293-2254 MicheleHess 2931277 Tom Biyan 293-347^ ^ MLS 416 Nevada HKhway Boulder City. Nevada Phone 20-3S^ I N '' .-—.Til DOIIE. UHI^ m-j8is m4M7 y^tSLiWl>We*a tghwy. ItilMreMii:, SutBnadbtBt M-ltSB Tom Fhanr .'-2n-US0 UlUaa Colliia 9l5>78ei Mel Dunaway 2U-UM Nancy Miirpky.-.jn-3a88 Shirley PhUIIpe ...3I-M)6 Ed Harvey M^VUI G.A -Oirly" Satth Jn-lM UNUSUAL BEAUTIFUL brick custom, 4 bdrm 2H bath, 2 car finished garabe. 15 x 40 patio Intercom system, custom carpet, drapes On large 100 x 100 ft. lot Approx. 3400 sq ft liveable LOVELY CUSTOM. 4 bdrm., 2% bath. Extra large 2 car garage Family room Fireplace, 2 patios, dining room. Block fence A LOVELY E.XECUTIVE HOME. EXCELLENT AREA. 3 bdrm, 2 bath, new carpet, drapes. This Immaculate home only $68,500 00 LOVELY MOBILE ESTATE LOT with 2 bdrm.. 2 bath, mobile ( home. 24 X 52 Custom carpets, drapes, all fenced SEE US' BEAU'HFUL CUSTOM BRICK HOME, 3 bdrm family rm., 2 bath, 2 car garage, large storage bldg, autosprinklers, fireplace, custom carpet A drapes., $77,500.00. EXCELLENT LOCATIOl^i. 3 bdrm.. 2 bath, large fenced yard, 2 car garage, utility rm., WON'T LAST. $60,500.00. EXECUTIVE CLofOM OVERLOOKING LAKE MEAD, approx. 4 acres, 4 bdrm beautiful fireplace, 2 !NFO ^""^^ ^"^*' P^'"'""8*' • SEE US FOR FAST FOOD BUSINESS, Small investment is all that is needed to own your own business. Priced includes business and inventory. Call us for DcUils. I GOLF COURSE LOVELY. 2 story, 4 bdrm 2V, baths, approx 2AK) sq ft liveable, microwave oven, compactor, dining rm, fam. rm., with lovely fireplace. SEE US. SUPER VIEW! 2 story, 4 bdrm, 2% baths, fam rm. 2 car garage, auto sprinklers, fenced yard, covered patio, $80,000. TERRIFIC VIEW, approx. 2,100 sq. ft.. 4 bdrm., 2 full baths, fam rm. with fireplace, Kitchenaide appliances, dual payne windows, large lot, LOVELY HOME • SEE US ON THIS. WE HAVE BLDG LOTS, some overlook Uke, others with beaulif\il views. COME IN FOR DETAILS WE HAVE SEVERAL CUSTOM HOMES, under con > struction, Priced IVora $73,300. SEE US FOR DETAILS BUSINESSES FOR SALE, several to choose fh>m BE YOUR OWN BOSS"! CUSTOM TRl LEVEL home BeauUftil SpaaUh Style in prestifiotti arM. Over 3400 iq. ft with many •itras, see lu for appt TOWNHOUSE easy livini. great for rtUrcment 2 bdrm., 2 bath. 2 car garage Only $88,900 LARGE LOT in exclusive golf course suh-divisioa. Nearly Sk acre for only $33,000 UST WHH US-WI WKl $iU YOUl MOM! SEE US FOR COMMIRCIAL k INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY ...AMMB&SMSSS i ^M^prityJiMM^Midlj.

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    I RtiCtilVbU] •••no*n#o Thurtdoy, Novmbr 23, 1971 34 >^^ry^ Hn, N^ and U^Ukr City N^ PUT IT IN THE Thundoy, Nvtmbr 23, 1978 135 SAU 01 TUM^ Mffw dMlM M am M ToltM ^ncramk view, •ntir* ntrttt tiMra, Mtt rim, OfM fOUfW MlOfVi wOtM'f IMWW A MWWf 111 rtody. $32,500. Trad* far toma in I.C. or a^^l wim. W3-4003. Ivat. LICENSED CHILD CARE in my horn*. 95-7412. Hdn. ADVERTISERS PLEASE PROOF! HOUSf FUMING I By square foot or hour — Licensed and bonded — • Free estimate 73*.0607 INSIDE DOORS. Screen door w-hdw Your choice, $S. each 564-1648. Hdn. I Your ad the first day.} tf'in case an error oc-1 curs. The Boulder City'I News will assume no responsibility after | j the first day of publiication. Error claims ,' l)hiust be made im\ I mediately. I •: i;— — FOR SALE USED PONTOON BOAT: 28 FOOT, rebuilt with new factory made aluminum pontoons; twin 35's, completely fenced for safety; shade top for sleeping, diving. See at Weekender Boat Shop on Boulder Highway, Henderson. $4,000 CASH. Private owner. Ask Bill Reynolds about it. MOVING : Must sell Assume our loan on 1978 26' Swinger Motorhome 5.000 mi 2 roof airs, dash air, AM-FM 8 trk., generator, microwave, TV-Antenna Many extras. 564-2385 Warranty on It until 14,500 mi Hdn. Free: Glass, mirror 4 lumber cutoffs Kelly's Glass. 451-5153. $15,000 UNDER APPRAISAL B C Custom 4 bdrm 2^4 t>ath home on ^ acre zoned for horses. Master bdrm has fireplace, dressing rm., & Jacuiii Family rm w-wet bar 4 fireplace Country kitchen has built in break fast bar w-Jenn Air range, Litton dbl Microwave oven, dishwasher, trash compac tor & wafV in pantry Home is located on Mountain set ting overlooking B.C. 5 minutes to Lake Mead. It 30 min \o Las Vegas Appraised: $130,000. Selling price $115,000 Call owner at 293-3046 B.C. METROPOLITAN LIFE is looking for a career minded person to manage its Henderson agenc:. Interested parties please call 735-08'>'' NATWWAr NATURAl POOOS 293-1I44 \^\ 13im Niv. Hwy.. BC 10'^ OFF TO SENIOR CITIZENS on Vitamins, minerals, proteins and cap^ulated herbs only' WdlU CNMS RHUIBJif _/v BLACKMOUNTAIN '-^:AN^ PLUMBING ^ow" • SEWER & DRAIN LINES CLEANED • ^ FAUCETS • GARBAGE OlSPOSAkS • / NEW FIXTURES INSTALLE_D '_ ,/ -St" >ROeET TOOO J-T.^ 0nn tj •* .^. COMMI/CIAl .MMMNTiai { WA.NTED Hairdresser for busy salon, call the Haint age Styling Parlor. 565-7503 or 565-7368 Hdn HELP WANTED MAN WITH AUTO BODY & PAINT E.XPERIENCE • Kelly's Glass Co 4515153. HOMES AVAILABLE' Betty Honn Animal Adoption accepts any kind of unwanted pets byapptonly 361 2484 Have calls for puppies BRAND NEW 4 bdrm 2 story in Boulder City. Dining rm fam room, fireplace, wet bar. 2W.bath. RV & Pool sited lot.$75,000 Avail Dec 1 Owner23-4415 BC >CHRISTMAS .MONEY Earn extra money for Christ mas delivering adf^ifiing material Plastic bagged to doorknob in your neighl>orhood No selling or collecting Regular delivery days areTues A Wed Please call Miss Wilsoq for more information 73^4400 PUPPIES 6 wks old to choose from German Shepherd A Australian Shepherd Good Christmas presents From 8 4. 293 8401 After 4. 585^7034 Hdn ^BO PPI NG C E WTg R ^reOT FRONT FOR LEASE Hen dersonarea Excellent loca tion Lots of parking Call 491 -8963 after 6 p m or leave messM< daytime Ml ST SELL IN A HURRY' 197112x60Signature Mobile Home 2 bdrm., 1 bth. patio. 10x7 Shed. 40 ft awnini;. skirting, 3T Refrigeration, carpet k drapes, front kitchen, gold vein mirrors in liv room A master bdrm Adult park in Henderson Immediate occupancy Call 643 4931 from 7 30 to 4 30 weekdays Ask for Terry Possehl or call 565-6638 any time IN HENDERSON Close to everything R 2 Zoned clean 2 bdrm house Central heat, air cond auto sprinklers, fenced.5shed$ $39,950 Call 565-0855 Hdn HENDERSON DEUGHT' Half Utilities! Air. roomy Call today $125 Valley Rentals 385-5901 NEED A HOME Seal Point neutered Siamese 457 8874 Nellie FOR SALE Used Camper Shell Needs some glass Make offer 565^0739 Hdn PART TIME CASHIER Fri, Sat A Sun 1 30 to 9 30 pm. Great West Husky 453 Nev. Hwy. B C BABYSITTER NEEDED 3 children, after school. Robert Taylor school area 564 2377 Hdn MASTES) £tciiii Adltery man Must have High School diploma A valid Nevada driver's license Ins retirement A many company benefits Apply 147 Water St. Hdn Henderson Child Cm Center Dally t WNUT ROIN St. Peter's Holl, Bovider Hwy. 565-9384 GRANDMOTHER WANTS LIVE IN JOB. Babysitting light house cleaning. Private rm. Hdn. 904-2860. FOR SALE. 1971 Honda 790 cc, 1971 Suiuki 400 cc dirt bile. 293-3480. B.C. MOBILE HOME FOR SALE 1 bdrm, 10x40, ion. iVill awning. Storage shed, furnished, new refrig., stove, Moving must sell. 293-3480. Eves. B.C. MSTANTCASH list hd ii4 Mortgage and Trust Deeds nUIMIOZAl 3t2-2M I70HM56 Atk your nclghber, he knows roc. Let Us Clean for the Holidays RiS MAINTtNANCE Carpets, upholstery, floors, windows All cleaning services in B C. and Henderson (Also Odd Jobs) •^65-7650 • 565-0456 Accoustical Ceilings A Interior & Exterior painting. 564 1770 SHAKLEE PRODUCTS -| now available in Lewis Homes area. Dianna McKee 293-4798. B C. "IkYUNt BUIUNNO CO. 393-S114 Lie 15487 Custom Homes. Additions and Remodeling BC Learn to drive with Las Vegas School of Driving Specializing in nervous A handicapped persons All ages. Day & evening instruction. Free home pickup 732-7664. NOW KENTING • tMcea • hcaallfkl all-adalt Giaivwetd Meblle Park. Eajey carefree llvlag itk ear selar heated swimmlag paal, tkerary pml. ntT—OmktIi. shin*bM4 CMrta,|AM4 rerreatlen. Etc. 29IJ CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY Home-Ofnce-Auto-Boats I Antique Restoration Excellent selection of fab ric Ph. Rod 564-2775 experienced, former college upholstery instructor. f Ipst LI SALES POSITIONS OPEN HENDERSON REALTY, INC., 1836 Nevada Highway, B C. presently has sales positions open for three (3) full time licensed Real Estate Salc-ipersons Previous experience necessary. Call 293-2151 or 564-2515 for an appointment COOLER COVERS Custom Canvas A Awning 1628 Beuldor Hwy. 564-1098 ADVERTISERS I^LEASE PROOF Your ad the first &iy j in case an error ocF.AT TOPPED BUTCHER HOGS Not slop hogs 381-5137 Cash or trade LOST mans black rimmed glasses in a fan case wilh the word "Civechi" stamped on case Lost on Mon Nov. 30 around or in the Eldorado Club If found please call 293 1769 BC. 1 1977 THI'NDERBIRD. white with white vinyl top. all power, cruise control, sacrifice at $5500 Call 293-1562 BC DIVORCE SETTLEMENT 1978 Singer Zig Zag sewing machine New cond, used 4 mos buttonholes, fancy stitches, sews stretch mat erial. monagrams. darns, etc Cabinet included As .ume payments or full cash balance $5541 Call days, evenings or weekends. 649-7693 LV FOR RENT3 bdrm 2 bath house Available Dec 5, IVt yr old, near schools. $450 per month. 1st. last plus depo Call after 4 p.m. 293-3130 B C G E. Refrigerator Bottom ., freezer drawer $95 Ph 293-4130 B C FOR RENT 2 bdrm Condo Call 293-2647 weekends or after 4 p m week days. B.C. DESPERATELY NEEDED Donate your unwanted items to Betty Honn Animal Adoption All money & proceeds BO for animal feed, care & upkeep. 361 2484 or 3615137 REWARD!" LOST VICINITY FAIRWAY & PACIFIC -11 mo. old female mixed black Lab. wearing red collar, answers to Jackson Call 565-6838 anytime. Has white spot on cheit • white fur on feet 1962 UNIFLITE 17' Boat & Trailer Inboard Chrysler engine $2300 or best offer 293-4130 BC I ,curs. The Hendersoir^l Home News will as1 sume no responsibil-' ity after the first day of I pubUcation. Error | claims must be made,I .immediately. { EACH DAY Is 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 Basic High Call Realty Executives to find out more about this lovely home at 736-8551 or Evenings at 564-2765. No. 277. r Executives GARAGE SALE games books. clothing and misc Fri li Sat .Nov 24 & 25 From 9 am to 4 pm 1521 Irene. BC BAKER Experienced for Winchell's Fornewshopon Tropicana k Pecos Im mediate employment $330 hr to start Call Grace. 565-0360, Hdn WASHER & CAS DRYER Heavy duty Very good con dition 1130 Call 5657143 Hdn REWARD To finder of brown wallet purse w-personal |>apert, cards intact Contact Mrs Bergemeyer at 565-9791 or 293-1332 r SOPA k ROCKER RE CUNER Brown vinyl $100 for both Mi-22I Hdn XOif^ YoBBi peaeoeh Near Tin St., opposite McCaw Elcm Has cockscomb k bright feathers on neck REWARD Ph S42l Hdn BTv^^^^ 1S15 E. Tropicana Avo., Suit* 550. Lot Vtaos 89109 "A FUU TIME PROFESSIONAL I ESTATE STAFF OF 21' 736-8551 .REAL I SWCET k SIMPUC Style of livmn in Ibu luper mobile home loritrd in Hendenon H*i 2 bedroomi. family room. 14 X towilb icreage and hai i patio whsl a birgtin at |JO0 No m rail REALTY EXECUTIVES. REAU TOR at 73-S61 or Evcninf lall at 964-ras GOLrCR'S PARADISE This bone ii located rtgbl en Ibc Black Ml lolf roun* the fairway li in your bark yard, tbli borne bai 3 bedroom, covered patio. 2 car gara|e. and lets jot ibad* traei Call REALTY EXECt'TIVES. REALTOR today at TSMSet or Evening rail at 364 27(6 No l BITTER SWEET ENTRANCE Coven Ibe front of tbit bone Hai 4 bedroomi. 2 coty ftreplacet, nice floor plan, paneling in family room, and room for R V and boat parking For only >M.MO Call REALTY EXECUTIVES. RCALTOR, H TIMHI r Cveaing call M42TI6 No 2T STARTING our OR SI>OWING DOWN* Then this beM li perfeci for you Hai 1 bedroeii. carpet and drape* tbrettgboet. rale toantrj Uuben. and located in Hoader•on Wbal a bargain at Nfljeo Call REALTY EXICU TtVU. RIALTOR today at 73MMi or BveaiM Call IM-nmNe M THBRrS COLD NIGHTS AHEAD Se MMtfie M *• Me af I tk two (Ireplacei la Uili gr|ae heae HMM Maelf Is taiaaeiilale aad has •• aaay lerrlfle faetatresM^ Impii^ f a IM ifcMi all 8H* aa bair acre aad saMd Ibr feenea Lacaied la Neadenea teat besiuu call RT ALTY EXCCimVU. UALTOR for an App( today at T$MM1 or tmiH at IW-IMI Ne m LOST DOG Black Toy Poodle in vic-^ |inity of W. Basic & Vic toryRd.Male-12yrs.old Red bows on ears. Fam ily heartbroken. REWARD! Call 564-2386 or 565-6127 BOULDER CITY 2 BDRM 2 BTH., 1 yr old. 38 x 18 pool, w-Jacuzii, 6x8 Redwood Sauna, fireplace, upgrade carpet k pad. custom drapes, block wall fencing, low maintenance landscaping, automated sprinklers, garage (dry walled) $80,000. 293-3024 evenings k weekends. Bosk Realty REALTOR 113 W. Ijki IM Dr. HndrMn 564-1553 3 BDRM.. 1^ BATA' plus den. Good arcl. Call on thi one. r- MISSION HtUS LOT Wilh Water Meter IntUlled ... 135' X 264'. 3 ACMS ZONID C-2 Utilitiei available. Comer Lake Mead Dr. 4 Parkview St C-2 STORE, office, ihop and storage. Lease. \ivm HHf TO HnPI If tiMfv It #fiy wvy W9 csfi y) In the flaM it ileerfaii1 (•MMlWt M 1 m BOAT TOPS & COVERS By Bud Custom Canvas & Awning, 1628 Bouldr Hwy. Ph. 564.1098 ma ^AR TRUCK -1 i mMw STORAGE ALL TYPES BOAr*'BARN| 565-6966 SMALL SHETLAND STUD PONY, pigmy goats, alpine doe, pigeons. 361-3137. RENTAL Unf 4 bdrm., 2 bth. East Las Vegas. Big yd., carport It Storage Near schools k shopping $395. mo. 1st, last, k security negotiable. 4S8-3406 after 6 p.m. i^ lM> M > H l MURRAY BUILKRS Bonded i Lie No ISOM Patio Covers, Room Additions, Remodel, New Construction If in a hurry. Call MURRAY 293-1799 NATURE PAINTS A MASTERPIECE Right outside .vour front door. There's a beautifiil view of the whole valley and the mountains This home has a formal dining room, fireplace in fam-ji^ ily room, 3 bedrooms, large 2 car garage and located in Henderson Priced as |T7,80. Call Realty Execu lives at 736^8591 or Evenings SM-2765. No 284. INDIVIDUAL 4 CONTRACTOR CONSULTANTS. Bob ODell, 2130 Boulder Hwy. 565-0417 965-0516. Hdn. CAT LOVERS! Beautiful cats k kittens waiting for homes. See to appreciate 361 2484 for directions. Some spayed or neutered wdistemper shots. 1972 • H T CHEVY PICKUP First $1500 takes. May be seen at Vista Mobile Park. Space 9. Hdn. BABYSITTING in my home. Toddlers k up. 3 children at a time. For more informa• tion call 565-6817. Hdn. -fNEED A CAR? New in town'' Old in Town' No credit' Short time en the job? Only $100, $200, $300 or $400 down! Need an Automobile to get around? Contact us We approve our own contracts. Instant delivery. We will pickyotlupA bring you to our car lot. Just tele!phone 564-5909. Nevada Auto Sales. 1813 N. Bldr Hwy Henderson, Nev. One block south of Sunset Blvd. Ii Bldr. Hwy. FOR SALE • 24Travel Trailer $2,000 FIRM 382-2965 or 584-2326 after 5. Hdn. HELP WANTED Dock workers. Full k part time. Day k night. 94-3688. Hdn. BABYSITTINO • MY HOME. 565-0977, SANDY. $25. WK. WITH LUNCH. Hdn. lnD1fGtebyakMM BMUderCltjrtsJl^ia^ soo RMify id or eU MtV YARD WORK • TRACT CLEANUP. Reasonable SM^4S after 9. FOR RESUUS — -* J HOME REPAIR SERVICE All types No Job too small." Reasonable. 293-3937. B.C. HOUSEKEEPING in Boulder City. Monday through Friday 293 1655. m JENSEN'S REALTY UJ. 219 WATER ST. MMioa* 0. "JIM" JENSEN BROKER HENDERSON, NV. 89015 • 564.3333 SPECIAL OF THE WEEK Almost new 3 bdrm .2 bath beauty. Located in a convenient area. New carpet, paint and tile throughout Priced to sell. This won't last long at $38,500. Call 964-3333. WHY GO TO THE ADDED EXPENSE of landscaping' This beautiftilly landscaped. 2 bedroom, 1 bath home has a 3rd bedroom that has been converted into a large family room Fireplace in the living room. Wall to wall carpeting throughout Covered patio with Bar-b-que Very coiy Only $45,500. Please call Sue 564-3333. LEWIS HOME BEAUTY Four bedroom 1^ bath balanced power home with large country kitchen Carpeting and drapes throughout Modem appliances. Patio Many extras. A pleasure to show, a joy to own. Call Alice at J64-3333 1960 SQ FT. OF LUXURY UVING 3 bedroom. 2V, bath beauty will all the extras. Block wall front and back with mature shrubbery. Everything you want and more. This is a must see! Call for an appointment 964-3333 LOOK! A charming 3 bdrm home for the discriminating buyer Decorative fireplace, unique country kitchen Family room Breeze way to a finished garage Priced right in Section 27. Call Alice .964-3333 LOVELY COTTAGE FRONT 3 bdrjn, 3 fUll bath Fenced yard, mature landscaping in ttont Stove, refrig, water cond, washer, dryer, large dining room set Family orintcd. Call Randy „„ .9M4339 PICK YOUR LOT We have H acre and 1 acre loU with your choice of custom homes built to your satisfaction Come in and talk (• us tr call for informatioB m njj OrW MONOAT TNtU MTUROAY 9:00 AM TO *:00 Ml AnMNOIMSCAUi mi JENSEN :z:zZZZZIZZZZZmmi 8UEBLAW jmmo AUCEnri — .SM-am RANDY WOOTTON „ aaaMM FOUND set of 3 keys, near Mohave Motel in B.C. Can be identined and picked up at the BOULDER CITY NEWS. 1227 Arizona, B.C. Between 9 am and 4 p.m. LOST tiny black puppy, 8 wks. old.Child heartbroken 1504 Dorothy Dr vicinity, REWARD. 293 4978 B C. MONEY MOTIVATED? Then this could be your best Investment 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 ecutives at 736-8551 or Evenings at 564-2765 No. 231. YOU CAN GET A LOT IN UFE with this home 5 lots as a matter of fact, because that is how many lots this terrific ho*e sits on, Has 3 bed rooms, large country kitchen, mature shrubs and lots of trees. What a super investment and all for $52,750. Call Realty Executives at 763 8951 or Evenings at 964-2765 No. 238 HUGE 4 ROOM! Heated Pool! .. $1&9! Air, built ins. patio $45 deposit. Valley Rentals 385-5901 • FT. COLD COUCH, $40. Orange couch, makes bed $25. 293 2899 B C FOR SALE • 1971 Toroado. best offer 293-2247. B.C. BORN TO LOSE? Well, try winning for a change in this super home thst sits on H acre in Henderson and zoned for horses. This home features a sunken living room breakfast bar, upgraded carpeting throughout, and a 2 car garage You can't pass this one up because it's priced at only $66,500. No. 282. Call Realty Executives at 736-8951 or Eve. at 564^2765. FOR RENT • 881, 803 A 89S El Camino Way, B.C. 3 A 4 bdrm., 2 bth Former Model Homes. Carpet, drapes, stove, dishwasher, beautifully landscaped, wallpaper Children 4 peU ok. $500. k $929. Call Lewis Homes, 7364980. JIAIJIM.miiJiiJI.IHf ^ BOULDER ELECRIC ^ 3 Licensed, bonded, insured. Lie. No. 19187. ^Call 293-1097 or 28348W h nnu vrrin nntrmr DIAL A THOUGHT 732-0472 HOLIDAY MOVERS! 5 rm beauty. $220 Plush 4 clean Air. Valley Rentals 385-9901. SIGIilSby WANTED Mobile home lot only. Or Mobile home k lot. in Mt Vista Estates, or will trade 735-7325 or 497-3092. VEGAS TYPEWRITER REPAIR • 1601 E Sahara, Us Vegas 735-7329. Our specialty, u.sed. rebuilt typewriters Satisfaction guaranteed. FOR RENT Private rm. A bath Private entrance. 565-9358 before 9 or after 2. Hdn. FOR RENT • Studio apt. $135. per mo. $75. Security de posit. Call 965-9660. after 3 p,m. FOUND BICYCLE Identify to claim 565-9190 Hdn i CLTOM .CPRR£TT^ RcaLTy SROKCR PHOrjIE 293-3333 Vivian Richards..293-1797 Bart Hvde 293-2144 Carol Rozich 293-4990 Elton M Garrett .293-2838 5M Ntvoda Hwy., Beuldtr Ci HIGH ON THE MOUNTAIN BELOW APPRAISAL Master bedroom suite has Jactuzi AND Hreplace. Must see to appreciate this luxury home. 9125,000. RARE FIND 3 bedrooms, 2 bath home with 16 x 30 pool, plus spa. Good terms. Only $73,900. NEW LEWIS HOME • 4 bedroom, 2 bath, family room. Never lived in. Priced right at $73,900. HANDYMAN'S DREAM • Partially remodeled, 2 bedroom older home in downtown area. Finish work to be done by buyer, some materials included. $39,500. |> SPOTTING GOODS business in central location, great opportunity at reasonable price. NEW BUSINESS BUILDINGS for rent 1100 sq. il. each. Excellent location. VIEW OF CITY Buildinf loU overlook Boulder City and El Doivdo Valley. Over H acre. Prices begin at $25,000. SUBDIVISION NO. 11 2 acre building lot This la • bargain at 945,000. LAKEVIEW SITES Desirable lot on Woodacra Drive. Over V3 acre. Only $38,500. WE HAVE MYltS WE NKD USTINOS 31 YBAM nONfiSRINO MAI ESTAfB INIOUlOBiaTY BOULDER REALTY IB. REALTORS MLS H*lIO' 293-3300 FOR INFORMATION CALL 23-3232 EXCELLENT BLDG. LOT IN SUBDIVISION 11. Approx. \ acre. Call for details. Priced Right! BUILD VOUR DREAM HOME on one of these subdivision 11 lots we have listed. Call for information. FA.SV GROWING EXCLUSIVE AREA 3 bdrm, 2 bath. Lovely home with a great see through fireplace, Large lot with room for R.V. Parking., A DifXMfOlIM: TRUE! on quiet tree shaded cul • d ^fbymmiUh. 2 car garage. PRICED TO PRESTIGIOUS GOLF COURSE LIVING • custom 2 story, 3 bdrm.. 2H bath, w car garage. Overlooking lush green fairway and magnificent mountain peaks. NEAR NEW -14' x 70' Mobile home with covered carport and patio, many appliances and furnishings included. Nice 10' x 10' storage shed and lots of shrubs. FENCED YARD, very nicely kept Mobile home 2 bdrm., 2 bath large kitchen, 2 car carport. En>oy the SPECTACULAR VIEW OF LAKE MEAD, from this lovely 3 bdrm, m bath home. Gas fireplace in living room, spacious master bedrm. suite. Double garage. RLOOKING LAKE to property. THE USE with view of ntains. End unit privacy. Truly a Excellen MEAD VIEW IS' GREAT Lake Me provides, must to YOU CAN OWN THIS i nmaculate 2 story home with many, many extras. Excellent location. Large pool with redwood decking makes for lots of fUn in the hot sun. OWN A LOT with a view of Lake Mead. Call fer details. MAKE MORE MONEY check into this business opportunity. Everything from mobile home to landscaping. 'ARCHITECT DESIGNED. CONTEMPORARY home on over 2/3 Acre, majestic view from all living areas. 4 bedroom, 24 baths, stunning master bedroom suite, family room features stone fireplace. BUILDING LOT IN SUBDIVISION 11. High lot with a beautiful view. Owner is a licensed real estate salesman. 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 a Kind! EXCELLENT FAMILY HOME. 4 bdrm., iv bath, with family rm.. Large corner lot with fenced in backyard. Excell. neighborhood PRIDE OF OWNERSHIP describes this lovely spacious 3 bdrm., 1^:, bath home with swimming pool. Excellent location. Call our office for deUils. RANCH STYLE HOME in the popular Mission Hills Estates Excellent fioor plan, 3 bdrm., 2 full baths. Call now and pick out your own color schemes. COMFORT and ECONOMY are yours in this newly carpeted, tastefully decorated 3 bedroom. 1^. bath, .Mobile home. Lovely fenced yard with shade trees. EIGHT TINY REINDEER will have ample room to play on this large lot with lovely 3 bdrm. home located in Henderson's Mission Hills area at 1207 San Gabriel. Call us about all its many extras and appt. to see. Evenings 293-4799. CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS PAST IN THIS HOME from the past and with a Great fiiture. Brick constructed 4 bdrm., 24 bath on large shaded grounds, a view of Lake Mead and so much more Located in Boulder City at 1306 Denver St Call for details and appt. to see. HOLIDAY CHEER will abound for years to come in this custom 4 bdrm 24 bath home located on the 7th tee of the B.C. Golf Course at 1542 Sandra Drive. Construction is in the final phase. Too many extra features to list so please call for details. WRAP THIS UP FOR CHRISTMAS .. warm your self by a cracklin' fire in the family room fireplace. This well planned home features 4 bedrooms. 2 baths, JennAir Cooktop Range, self cleaning own, laundry room, formal dining and living area and prage plus work area. 170 SKYURK CONVERTIBLE, $1299 1071 Lincoln Coupe, $1405. 12 gauge automatic ihotgun^l79 804 Nevada Hwy, Boulder City. SACRIFICE: 1950 Cadillac Coupe DeVIUe. Beautiful cdndition. Best offer. 804 Nevada Hwy., Boulder City. NEW MODELS! Set up in Ging erwood Park. 14 x 70,2 bath, garden tubs, AC, skirting k awnings Mobile Home Show. 457-9410. PATIOS, STEPS, COOL DECK AND REPAIR. 30 yrs. exp. Hourly. 49 • 1939 or 965 9306. TEDDYS KITCHENETTES "Jast briag your toothbrush" tn-nu • *^CVrVSCnjn • ArtkriuV,. kvflMia, BlmlM. aslkm. allergy, streke, acisUca, 1 sla. gMl, pretlato. 7i-7ta FOR SALE • 1972 Dodge Dart Clean as new.power.other extras. 293-2418 B.C. Rebuilt Sewing Machine Sale from $29 95,1 yx guarantee SORENSENS ^WING CEN'JER 509 Ave. C. 293-3no. B.e I WILL DO IRONING IN MY HOME. Reabonable. 965 06(7 GLAZIER NEEDED. Call Kelly Glass Co. 451-5193. CHANGE PERSONS NEEDED APPLY Gold Strike Inn Hwy. 96 and 466. B.C. "BIG JOHN" BLETSCH IS BACK at his Auto Wrecking Garage k Tow Service. 1631 Foothill, B.C. 293-4661. FULL HME COOK WANTED. Under CETA program. 283-3131. St. Jude's. B.C. Ittt lEIfT • KltcheMtta;. iK ^.OdMeaMid.SMylai' ; MotaL S5-7S(r i RICK'S MARINE SERVICE: Certified !Vlerc Mech. lOyrs. exp. Merc Volvo, Chrysler k Jets. OMC. 565-7996. Hdn FOR SALE 8 X 40 Mobile Home. Furnished nice w-new carpeting. Quiet area. $3800 Moore's Mobile Home Park Sp 11. BC SHAKLK PRODUaS Rhoda D. Hagadone Authorized Distributor ^934350 B.C. We'll Call On You" HELP WANTED Station attendant. Experienced. Apply at Zike's Hdn Texaco, Water k Lake Mead. Hdn MUST SELL -72 CHEV. CAPRICE. Gold, V-8-2 barrel. Like new. 4 door Must drive to appreciate $1995. or best offer. 564-1648. For rent: 1, 2. 3 bdrm. trailers. $30 to $60 wk. CaU 5657763 or 565 7141 Hdn. .fnplKBS th. SB6-762B i Blod(Wab>ftv6 MOSSBTS MASONRY [Minn CortredDr UtNaUTSB DISC FOR SALE Wrecked '89 Cbevelle Station Wag. Recently rebuilt 307 Eng. k Auto. Trans. Will sell sepa rately or whole Also: '67 Dodge Coronet 500. $300 Good transportation car Call up to 2 p.m. 569-8830 Hdn. FOR SALE -n FORD, 4 dr. Like new. 569-0414 Hdn. RENT NEW APARTMENTS Two bdrm., unfurnished, $245. & up. Furnished, $40. more. Gas Heated WESTMINISnR APTS. 5644806 Judi Court Henderson, Nevada Are you living with a Drinking Preblem??? If so, why not try Al • Anon. Meetings are Tues. 10 a.m. SI. Timothy's Episcopal Church Tues 8 pni'' Club, 91 Water St Wed." 7:30 p.m. St. Rose de Lima Bosp. For more informaUon, call 565-9963. FOR RENT 400s r Office, with or without enclosed Storage Yard. Ample Parking, easy access to Boulder Hwy. Rent includes all utilities except phone. For informaUon, call 964-2955. WSnUED WATER 45' per gal Bring container I to SORENSEN'S 509 Avenue C B.C. 293-3T70. ( FOR'^ALL YOUR\ GLASS NEEDS! / VACATIONERS! Rent beauU ful '78 Itasca, 25 ft motorhome Self contained, sleeps 8. $290 wklO* a mile. Immaculate 293-2247. B C. 1959 FORD PICKUP needs Rt. front fender $250. 293-2899 BC. HUGE 4 BDRM.!! Fenced for kids k pets. Air, built ins. $200 Valley Rentals. 385-9901. LOST: Black k White Boston Terrier. Nov 16. in Sect 19 (Golf Course Area) Please Call 564-1068 ifyou have any information We miss our pet terribly. ^NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS for Seamstress Apply in person, 575 Lake Mead Dr., Hdn. ARTEX CORP .VEEDING BABYSITTING JOBS $25 wk. Care in my home. Call between Ikk U 569-9168 • ACE HARDWARE has come to Boulder City and lives at the SHOPPER STOPPER. Como visit him and see how he can save you time and Mor>ey. 541 Nev. Hwy. GArCuibi" Swiife Licensed Real Estate Broker Janice Crawford. Deanna Keele Rick Shea „ W.R. (Winnie Clark).. .PatShuman„ Diana Leseberg .June Hanscn —>..... ...38i-7Tn .383-1402 .2-3a06 .2W^2848 ...2834'ne ...293-2738 ..J834223 HOMES NEAR THE GOLF COURSE! 4 bedrooms, 2 baths fenced 5 years old • fireplace $71,500. 1500' LIVEABLE:' A beautiful, new home near the golf course. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, $72,500.00 Immediate occupancy CUSTOM FIREPL.-\CE!! Beautiful new home. Family roora. $73,900.00. Move in today 3 bedrooms. 2 baths. 4 BEDROOM, 2 BATH!! Excellent location Immediate occupancy $76.75000 MOBILE HOMES DOUBLE WIDE • ADULTS ONLY! $34JK)0 Buys this near new mobilehome in MAM Park. Immediate possession BEAUTIFUL .SPLIT LEVEL! 1508 square feel On Mounuin Visu lost Cosy woodburning fireplace. $58,600 24 X 44 ADULTS ONLY NEW" Beautiful new 2 bedroom. 2 bath mobile home in Gingerwood $26,490. 12 X 70 NEW $22,500!' Adults only • 3 bedrooms • 2 baths Possession today!! IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 2 bedrooms. 1 bath Adults only $15,400. IN MOORE'S'! 2 bedroom, 1 bath. 8 x 92 $.'.75000 Adults only BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 3 CHAIR BARGERSHOP $2,490 Terms BUSINESS LOCATIONS AVAILABLE. $200 AND $290 PER MONTH My "Thee* it n twbttitwte for ExperiK<' DICK BUUR REALTYREALTORS 833 NEVADA HWY. 293-2171 or 293-3402 n AFTER HOURS CALL: Bob Blair 293-2049 Carl Cowan „. 293-1490 Andrea Anderson _..-. 293-2158 RIALTOR KaUe Cartlidge 293-2254 MicheleHess 2931277 Tom Biyan 293-347^ ^ MLS 416 Nevada HKhway Boulder City. Nevada Phone 20-3S^ I N '' .-—.Til DOIIE. UHI^ m-j8is m4M7 y^tSLiWl>We*a tghwy. ItilMreMii:, SutBnadbtBt M-ltSB Tom Fhanr .'-2n-US0 UlUaa Colliia 9l5>78ei Mel Dunaway 2U-UM Nancy Miirpky.-.jn-3a88 Shirley PhUIIpe ...3I-M)6 Ed Harvey M^VUI G.A -Oirly" Satth Jn-lM UNUSUAL BEAUTIFUL brick custom, 4 bdrm 2H bath, 2 car finished garabe. 15 x 40 patio Intercom system, custom carpet, drapes On large 100 x 100 ft. lot Approx. 3400 sq ft liveable LOVELY CUSTOM. 4 bdrm., 2% bath. Extra large 2 car garage Family room Fireplace, 2 patios, dining room. Block fence A LOVELY E.XECUTIVE HOME. EXCELLENT AREA. 3 bdrm, 2 bath, new carpet, drapes. This Immaculate home only $68,500 00 LOVELY MOBILE ESTATE LOT with 2 bdrm.. 2 bath, mobile ( home. 24 X 52 Custom carpets, drapes, all fenced SEE US' BEAU'HFUL CUSTOM BRICK HOME, 3 bdrm family rm., 2 bath, 2 car garage, large storage bldg, autosprinklers, fireplace, custom carpet A drapes., $77,500.00. EXCELLENT LOCATIOl^i. 3 bdrm.. 2 bath, large fenced yard, 2 car garage, utility rm., WON'T LAST. $60,500.00. EXECUTIVE CLofOM OVERLOOKING LAKE MEAD, approx. 4 acres, 4 bdrm beautiful fireplace, 2 !NFO ^""^^ ^"^*' P^'"'""8*' • SEE US FOR FAST FOOD BUSINESS, Small investment is all that is needed to own your own business. Priced includes business and inventory. Call us for DcUils. I GOLF COURSE LOVELY. 2 story, 4 bdrm 2V, baths, approx 2AK) sq ft liveable, microwave oven, compactor, dining rm, fam. rm., with lovely fireplace. SEE US. SUPER VIEW! 2 story, 4 bdrm, 2% baths, fam rm. 2 car garage, auto sprinklers, fenced yard, covered patio, $80,000. TERRIFIC VIEW, approx. 2,100 sq. ft.. 4 bdrm., 2 full baths, fam rm. with fireplace, Kitchenaide appliances, dual payne windows, large lot, LOVELY HOME • SEE US ON THIS. WE HAVE BLDG LOTS, some overlook Uke, others with beaulif\il views. COME IN FOR DETAILS WE HAVE SEVERAL CUSTOM HOMES, under con > struction, Priced IVora $73,300. SEE US FOR DETAILS BUSINESSES FOR SALE, several to choose fh>m BE YOUR OWN BOSS"! CUSTOM TRl LEVEL home BeauUftil SpaaUh Style in prestifiotti arM. Over 3400 iq. ft with many •itras, see lu for appt TOWNHOUSE easy livini. great for rtUrcment 2 bdrm., 2 bath. 2 car garage Only $88,900 LARGE LOT in exclusive golf course suh-divisioa. Nearly Sk acre for only $33,000 UST WHH US-WI WKl $iU YOUl MOM! SEE US FOR COMMIRCIAL k INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY ...AMMB&SMSSS i ^M^prityJiMM^Midlj.

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    VeUX(dmimtmim. tan UM I UNDER FACTORY INVOICE 1978 LEBARON 4DR ^S^Z.^r"* 318 CID Lean burn engine, automatic, power steering, power disc brakes. AIR, tinted glass, radio & heater, clock, vinyl benc^i seat, WSW tires, vinyl'top, deluxe wheel covers.^ plus nnore. No. 839. $100 UNDER INVOICE DEMOS FACTORY CARS ETC... %1W1978 ARROW Brand New. No miles, 1600 cc engine with 4 speed, bucket seats. arrow jet pkg, AM/FM radio, raised white lettered tires, plus more! No. 38045 LIST $4622.75 INVOICE: 4071 1978 HORIZON 4DR Brand new, no miles. Front bucket seats, automatic power, steering, 1700 cc engine, light pkg., remote left mirror, wheel trim rings, tinted glass, bodyside moldings, glass belted radial WSW tires plus more! No. 33096 LIST $4832.90 INVOICE: $4126 ORIGINAL WINDOW 1978 VOLARE ZDR ?K's'b;!;'s' 225CID Lean burn engine, automatic, power steering, power disc brakes, AIR, tinted glass, radio & heater, vinyl top, WSW tires, deluxe wheel covers plus more! No. 818. $100 UNDER INVOICE $ 4425 s*^ • 4-. >,iijIII.11 iiiiwi.iwHii!. I mmsmmmmiF ^Si^V^l^ BELOW LOW BLUE BOOK SALE! BELOW ARE A FEW EXAMPLES: 1 77 FORD ^ 6RANADA Air CendWorwd No. 957 4375 75 CHRYSLER CORDOBA Air condWoMd. No. 1041 <3975 77 BUICK RIVIERA Air CondHlonod No. 44S *6575 72 W 8TA. WON. Air CondWonod No. 10M M350 77 VOURE An cooottion^o* Mo* 419 *3575 72 CHEVY VAN AM/FM tloroo w/0 track No. 1041 '1725 76 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX Air CondHleiMd. No. 1041 '4975 74 CHEVY % T. P/U Air CondNtoiMd No. tr ^3050 73 FORD TORINO ZDR Ak oondlttofMd. No. 1011 1375 75 CHRYSLER NEWPORT. 2DR. Air CondMonod. No. 1011 *2375 77-VOlAIIE m.wni. Ak CondMonod, No. 002 3775 75 FORD TOiNO WON Air CondMonnd.No. 700 *2375 3115 E. FREMONT OPEN 9-9 M0N.-SA1. I RfiClilVbD NOV 3 0 1978 NEVADA STATE LIBRARY City Employees Not To tteceive triple' Time Cnr.on City. M#f. 970l City Manager Bob Campbell issued a memorandum this week that where some city personnel had been receiving "triple time" pay on holidays, the practice will be discontinued. Campbell said it had come to his attention that in some instances the city was paying triple time supposedly as a result of an informal, unwritten agreement reached some time ago between the previous city manager and Teamsters Local 14. The applicable civil service rules and contract between the Teamsters state that all full time employees shall receive holiday pay and such time shall be computed as a regular day worked. It further states that any such employee who works on the days designated as holidays should be paid at double time the regular rate of pay for working on such a holiday. "I do not personally see how this could ever been interpreted to permit triple time pay, and certainly such an interpretation was never a part of any contractural agreement. Therefore, it has not been sanctioned by the city council," Campbell said. "While I don't believe it is practical to go back and deduct such wages as have been paid under this policy," Campbell said, "I do not find a basis for continuing the policy." Campbell said that from here on, only double time pay. as provided /or in contract and Civil Service provisions, shall be paid those employees required toworkon a holiday. Campbell estimated that each declared holiday costs the city an estimated $5,000 over the regular time. WITH WEEKLY SHOPPERS WHICH INCLUDE MERCHANTS' MESSAGES THAT SERVE ALL 10,000 HOMES IN THE HENDERSON.BOUJ.DER CITY AREA. Our 30th Ytor 93rd Editipn HENDERSON. NEVADA PHONE 5^4-1881 — All Departments Tuesday, November 28. 1978 No Power Refund for Christmas US Homes To Build Homes On 200 Acres In Plttmon U.S. Homes, one of the largest builders in the coun try, is planning a housing development on approximately 200 acres in the Pittman area. A public hearing will be held on Dec. 6 at 8 p.m by the City Planning Commission in the planning chambers to consider an application of rezoning of the area to allow for the homes. The zoning is presently divided between rural residence, industrial, apartment residence district and one family residence district The application asks that it all be zoned for residential for single family, R 2, two family residence, R-3 limited multiple residence district, and C 1, limited or neighborhood commercial district. The property is located in section 1 between the streets of Moser, Price and Pabco Road. All people interested may appear before the city planning commission to object or express approval of the proposed zone change, or may file a statement prior to the public hearing. Nevodo Power Compony Heorinas The Nevada Public Service Commission will continue its hearings on Nevada Power Company's application for a $17.7 million rate increase starting at 9 a.m. November 28, in the Bradley Building, 2501 Ea.st Saharfi^Aventtc-^T: The application was filed July 28, 1978 and the initial hearings were held on September 14. h second Consumers' Meeting on the application will be conducted by the PSC starting at 7^ p.m. November 29,1978 in the Commissioners' Chambers. Las Vegas City Hall, At J^hi s meeting, Nevada Power Co. customers who wish to comment on the application will be heard. Traffic Advisory Board To Discuss l\/lajor-6ouider Highway intersection A meeting of thecity citizen's Traffic Advisory Board will be hcldonThurs.. Dec.-21 at 7 p.m. in the conference room at city hall to discuss the intersection of Major Street and Boulder Highway. Also on the agenda is a stop sign in front of Sambo's Restaurant on the frontage road on Boulder Highway. The elimination of two parking spaces in front of the Quickie Quickie bar for traffic safety will also be discussed. The Boulder-Major intersection was placed on the agenda after Judge Larry Tabony said his wife wa$ forced off the road and into a fence to avoid being hit broadside. He asked that the interscctiosn receive more study. At the last meeting on Nov.. truck violations were discussed. Robert Hall displayed photographs he had taken showing violations. Hall maintained that Ash Street presents a parking problem and asked that the narrow street be excluded from through traffic and truck traffic. It was discussed that there is no legal recourse to trucks using these streets. The traffic advisory board approved a motion that another survey through Valley View be conducted. BOOSniCS ClUB TO MEET The Basic High School Booster's Club will hold a meeting on Tuesday. November 28 at 7;30 p.m. in Room 107 ft tBe school. Room 107 is close to the front of the building, All interested parents, former students or others who would care to become involved with the group are more than welcome to attend, laid Phil DeLillo. long an active member of the group (By Mary Stafford We were hopingthe refunds would happen before Christmas so we could play Santa Glaus but now that isn't going to be possible, I'm afraid." said John Holman. manager of CP National, formerly California-Pacific Utilities. Holman was referring to the refunding of $200,443 to those who were electric customers of CP National between April and December of 1977. "We shouild be 4n receipt of guidelines in the way in which to refund these monies by the end of December." he continued, "and then it will take about a month to put it into motion. So it should be around the first of February.'!__ RECEIVES HENDERSON T • SHIRT • Movie and television teenage star Jerry Toemey, right, was presented with a Henderson T • Shirt by City Clerk Dorothy Vondenbrink when he visited here briefly last Saturday. The 14 year old star signed autographs and talked with visitors for an hour at McClellan Records on Water Street. • i Much of the money. $168,356. is what CP National had left in its deferred energy account when it turned over operation of the electric utility to Nevada Power Co. at the start of^this year. The other $,12,08" due former CP National electric customers is a refund from Southwest Gas Corp. to Nevada Power to CP National and to the Henderson electric customer. —^^W€-will-atlempf to reram^atT w^^^-^ TITANIUM JOINS GREAT AMERICAN SMOKEOUT • Titanium Metals joined in the recent 1 -day free from smoking program sponsored by the American Cancer Society. Shown (left to right) are Titanium employees Pauline Heller, Brenda Buice and Thelmo Jenkins, R.N. who aided in registering employees who pledged to give up cigarettes end cigars. Many attended a free quit smoking clinic as well. Surveys show thot nearly 35,000 residents in the Los Vegas valley voluntarily kicked the habit for the one day. Of thot number neoriy 3500 will quit for good. the $200,443 to our customers once the Public Service Commission tells us what procedure wc should follow." Holman said. "What to do with the money we can't refund to some of our former customers is a 'problem. he continued. "We can refund between 80 to 85 percent with little effort but it's the other 15 percent .we will have trouble with." These are peopl? who have moved away from Henderson without leaving a forwardmg address, people who will be difficult to locate. "Wc will conduct a campaign to attempt to locate them, he continued, "and we'll leave the books open for four to six months forlhis purpose." Some of the unrcturnable money w ill be used to pay back bad debts. Holman anticipates. The amount of the refund w ill be ba.scd entirely upon the Customer's consumption during the April to December \V period. "It will average out to a little over $26." Holman believes. Three Killed in Thanksgiving Accident A grinding two car accident took the lives of one Henderson man and two Las Vegas men on Friday morning at the intersection of Boulder Highway and Lake Mead Drive. They were the first southern Nevada auto fatalities for the Thanksgiving weekend. The dead were identified as Raymond Michael Gallegos, 41 of 53 Ballerina Dr., Henderson; Lowell Wayne Lloyd^_ 34, of 4151 Baltimore. Las Vegas; and Terry Leon Berry. Jr. 41, of 1650 Miner Way, Las Vegas. Witnesses told oolice that Gallegos was driving his car at speeds up to 60 mph in the eastbound lanes of Lake Mead Drive when his vehicle failed —to stop for a red light and slammed into the pickup truck. The two Las Vegas men, who were part of a two • car dove hunting party on its way to Searchlight area, werein a red and silver pickup headed south on BoulderHighway through the intersection Gallegos was driving a mid size passenger car. probably headed home to the Ballerina Trailer park through the con$•• TtifM KilM Cent en p. 3 \ A ^;