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1978-12-28 - Henderson Home News

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1978-12-28 - Henderson Home News
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Kesterson, Lorna ( Columnist )
Stafford, Mary ( Columnist )
Sanner, Bel ( Columnist )
Raymond, Flo ( Columnist )
Eckley, Jean ( Columnist )
Fenton, Teddy ( Columnist )
Newton, Ernest L. ( Columnist )
Thompson, Mel ( Columnist )
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Zenoff, Morry M.
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1978-12-28
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Nevada
Henderson
East Las Vegas
City and town life -- Nevada -- Henderson
Community life -- Nevada -- Henderson
History -- Henderson (Nev.) -- 20th century
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"Economy Wagon No 768A SlZtS "MUST SELL 76 FORD "GRANADA GNIA" 2 Door V8 automatic power steerinj, power brakes, air conditioning AM/^ stereo, vinyl top WSW "Luxury Witt) (Alllif^ Economy No P3302 €HnK WAS S4m "MUST SELL" UQvU 76 FORD "LTD IROUGMAHr 2 Door, V8. automatic power steering. power brakes air conditioning tilt & cruise AM/FM w/tape split power seats. power windows vinvl top WSW "Style and Comtort No P3269 WAS SS|} "MUST SELL" 77 CHEVY 1RALIIU CUtSIC" 2 Door, 6 cylinder, automatic power steerino power brakes air conditioning, AM radio, vinyl top WSW tires. 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WSW Economy With Style No JMA WAS 14MS "MUlTtSLL 77 FOM fWSTANG MACN t 3 Door VI automaiic power alaariM. power brakes air atmom^. mm wAape bucket seals. duKal ctock gaugM factory custom e^s R\ radials "Sporty Economy" No till A WAS S4TN "MUST SILL* TiFOM 4 Ooor. VI power brakes, ak candRMnp AM rasS' vwvl lap. bodyside moldings WSW raMs Tords largest Sail*" No WASUeM — • P3m MUST MLL76 FOM tAJRMOWfHifiia levHndir Jspaed power Msinng paw br*as air conditioning eiath mtarw WSW "Sporty Econaey Ni UTII -MUST ''_ifV^ yi-^U OWv ^'^y •i^ ^"^. yt-pt/ j yi/i^ y 9030A WAS lataa 77 FORD "LTD" 4 Door V8 automatic power steering, power brakes air conditioning AM radio tilt wheel WSW tires Fords Full Si Car No P3259 WAS I4SH "MUST SELL" 76 FORO "MUSTANG T 2 Door. V8 automatic power steering, power brakes bucket seats. AM wAape wire wheel covers WSW "For the Young Al Heart No R829 WAS ISSSS "MUST SELL" 76 TNUNOERSIRD V8 automatic power steerino power brakes air conditioninci AM/FM stereo tilt & cruise power windows seats & door k)cks vinyl top. WSW tires Fords Finest No R82t WAS ISSN "MUST SELL" 72 FORO "LTD MUNMHAM" 4 Door V8 automatic power steering power brakes an conditioning AM/FM w/tape power windows & seats, vmyi top. WSW tires. Extra Nice Second Car No M7A WAS mtS "MUST SELL" 76 CHEVY tAPRICE CLASSIC" 2 Door Vt automaUc, powar staaring. pswar brakes, ak conditlonlfig, tilt 1 cruM. AM/FM slarao. vmyl lop. power windows ft sans. WSW \oaded With < Opiiont No 648A WAS I44M "MUST SELL' 78F0R0tLITE^ 2 Ooor VS automatic, power siearing. power brakes, air conditioning, AM/FM w/lape cruise control power windows. vinyl lop wire wheel covers. WSW "Red Beauty P3298 WAS I4SN "MUST SILL" 76 W 4 Door. VI. •Aomiec^pMar flaanng. power brakes, air condNlaHiM. AM radio, power windows ft locks. tffSW radials. ^Fvnly Economy No P3274 WAS M1N "MUST SELL" 77 FIM1T0 LANOMT 2 Doo r. VI, * y^ ^vitt j yt^ Las Vegos Downs to Seek Legislofive Help in Cho MM?. 3tt ^-'^tv't;,^'."-* Qjds were let last Month for over $5 million worth of constnictioi^ for the Las Vegas Downs Race track in Henderson and grading on the site is expected to begin soon, according to John Quinn, superintendent of building and safety. Officials of Las Vegas Downs appeared with their Attorney Brian Greenspun before the city council Friday night at a special meeting and asked the council's support in getting legislation passed to clear up a technicality that is prohibiting the sale of bonds. "There is one word that needs changed in the city charter." Citv Attorney Kent Dawson said. The change can be made by the legislature and Downs officials are hopeftil it will be one of the first things considered by the legislature. In 1973 Las Vegas Downs applied for public Trust bonds. In 1973 oublic improvement bonds were available through a state law. But in 1975. the legislature axed the law, allowing only Henderson to include it in its city charter. In removing it flrom the state law books and adding it to the city charter, the legislature also stiffened the security requirements to require a company to have assets worth twice the amount of the bonds issued. The Downs was "grandfathered in" under the old law requiring less stringent security requirements. The opinion was made by the Attorney General's office. In the meantime. Chapman and Cutler financial firm said the Downs would have to come under the more stringent security requirements or 9701 a cnaii{ic David Funk, Jr., had told the council he expected to begin construction on the track by Aug. of this year and have it nearly finished by the first of the year. So far. the project is still hampered by legal entanglements. HENDERSON IJI IXTiSi'S IXfinSTAIil CIITIA /l/^ THE COMMUNITY'S NEWSPAPER PLUS WEIKLY SHOPPiRI mSPLAYINO MIRCHANTS' MISSAGIS TO MOST OF THI HOMIS IN THI HINDIRSON-BOULOER Clj^Y OTY r Owr SOHt Year 102nd EdiHen HENDIRSON. NEVADA PHONE 564-1881 —All Deportnnents THurtdoy, Dff ss 1 and I used to listen," she says. "That's how I learned. They talked old-fashioned things fights. Stories." Stella was the eldest of 15 children though only five lived. She still has a sister living at the La^ Vegas Indian Colony who. she says, is about 77 years old. Sometime her mother came to the Las Vegas Valley, settling in what is now the Indian Colony, and Stella recalls the days when only one house dotted the landscape. She thinks her mother lived to be around 100 years old. and from Stella's conversation it isclear her mother carried a great deal of influence en her early life. Stella recounted that she See in Yoors en page 2 J: Lt. lob Matheny Tht Youngt ar>dMattieny become embroiltd in on altercation ending up in the arrest of Young, his wife and another young ton. The Youngt were upset that Matheny told the 14-yeefeld ton about the deoth of hit brother ie> tteod of odviting ttte odults. hi the. melee that feliowod, Young's rib wot broken. Motneny not been witn ttie ttoft* dersen police department about IS tho precoedings, said yostocday there is no queelien but thot thoy will oppeol the firing. Askod if thoy wovW take the iasuo to tho city's civil eervico boofd. Fodgen toid he believed thoy wouM FvboWy toko it te dhtikt caHii. >

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Funeral Service Rir P&t Winters Nfel The founder of Nevada's first' boy's club, Patrick Winters, 75. o( Glendak. died Sunday in a local hospital. Services were held Wednesday in Spalding Chapel with Elder Levon Payne, of the Logandale Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Sainu. officiating Gov. Mike O'Callaghan also will deliver a eulogy. Cremation will follow the services. A resident of the area for 28 years. Winters was bom Oct. 20, 1903, in Buffalo, N.Y. A resident of Henderson before moving to Glendale three years ago. Winters founded the Henderson Boys' Club, the first in the state, in 1952. He was especially fond of coaching little league baseball and amateur boiing. "He always gave of himself." his long-time Mend O'Callaghan remembered. "He-was one of those men who come down the road and made life worthwhile." O'Callaghan added that Winters "always had a feeling for poor and minority kids, and they responded to him in the same way." Winters, before retiring, was employed for more than eight years as parks director for the City of Henderson and later as a Gark County jail maintenance employee. He is survived by his wife. Bertha, of Glendale: four sons, Eugene Winters, of Glendale, Sam Patemostro, of Las Vegas, and Vergine Bondi and Patrick Bondi,' both of Niagra Falls, N.Y.; a daughter, Grace, of Erie, Pa.; a sister. Grace Gribble. of Whitticr. Calif.; 15 grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren and three great great-grandchildren. MIKI MOnUS, SLOT MANAGER AT OLD VEGAS WATCHES AS RANDI SINCLAIR PULLS THE HANDLE on opening day of fho Old Vegas slot deportmont which consists of 70 slot mochines. Old Vegas is located on Boulder Highwoy and Wogon Wheel and obtained licensing December 1. CP National Must Refund $200^43 By ApriilS The state Public Service Commission Tuesday set an April 15 deadline for CP National Corp., to distribute $200,443 in refunds to electric customers in Henderson. The commission said the utility must make an effort to locate all its customers between April 1 and Dec. 31,1977, who deseiTe the refunds. Bid Aworded For Coolers At Landsman For bids for furnishing replacement evaporative coolers at Landsman Gardens, were received by the Clark County Housing Authority and the bid was awarded to the low bidder, Enviromental Control of Nevada. The low bid was $4,785. The CCHA received a letter Nov. 22 freezing all vacancies in CETA jobs. A report showed that the Housing Authority had only three vacancies out of 18 positions and thus was not badly hurt by the freeze. A report on the status of the rehabilitation of Hampton Court was given and it was noted that HUD delays were affecting the installation of smoke detectors and acquisition of land to resolve minor encroachment and installation of a chain link fence. It was noted that group insurances rates for all county agancies covered will increase approximately ten per cent as of Jan 1. nty„dti, DK.mkw 21, lf7l \ INQUIRING CAMERA GIRL TODiYS QIESTI()\: WHAT IS YOIR ()riM(f\ OE REyTAL PRICES AM) THE COST OF HOI SISG? EXJ'LUM KATHY WILLIAMS • BASIC HIGH SCHOOL STUDfNT • I, lee, am afraid thof by the time I am el momo9e age, there will be ne place a yeunfl cewpte or ether* in tew ir^eme can find a decent ploce to live. There mwt be a telwtien fer the ceming yeuth and the peeple in need. Everything cortceming the CMt of Irving hot grewn te impetiible propertientl" PfGGY MUlUS HOMEMAKER"We just built ewr home and curtailed en ce*tt becowte we did meet ef tlte work ewTMlvet. I de net knew where it H getng te end with the highly iitflotable price* cmd (till climbing. Sirne we pwrchoted the preperty, the land value hoi tripled within three year*. I pity the Senien whe are forced te live en low income ond anyone who meet* with hard time* or illnoM" lAUIA AITMANN HOMEMAKER • "I'm very happy that we sre net curfontly in the morfcet for rental •r Home pwrcttoM. We ar$~ mooivo tieme ana lot owrter^ and are grateful thot we purchated ten year* ago. Sirtce then the mobile home and lot rate* hove loomed te giant proportion* alortg with otftor typo* of howting. I fool (orry for the people wfto are looking now for a ploce te live." DAWN LEWIS (Children. Molitto and Carl) M.O.M. GRAND CASHIER AND HOMEMAKER • "The poa^ -pnt cannot afford it now. TIM la* Vega* area and *urrownding citie* uch at Hender*an, Boulder City and North La* Vega* can bettor afford higher price* becau*e of a protion of the better incomot. Rental* and hornet to bwy at even a normal rate ore almost non-ejii*tentl" MYLEE KHLER BASIC HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT "MUCH TOO HIOHI By the time I graduate and get married, I'm afraid home living will jutt about be on tmpo**ibilitv^ if rental* end homo purthate rotot keep rieing.' snniARY: VO TRiER UORDS "H Iwrv M it all ^o'tnfi to eiulT W /ii7f' some landlonh kppp their prices at a sane level uith a respect for the tenant's finances or budget, others fiive periodic rent increases. Home builders will raise their prices nccordinf: to the cost of labor and materials. The liciotut circle w; /irinf! costs fio up labor and material* f£o up and the typical couple are both forced to maintain job* to meet payments while the renter in some cases may find it difficult to savefi}r a down payment on a home! In any event, the desire to nwn a home by most people w at an all time hi^h with the population increase. Sunflowtr in 36 hour*. will iprout niYIAIS it. from Mat 1 Henderson Home News. HeiMlwson. Nevodo ^g3 TKundoy, DMambor 21, 1971 e was married once but "he wasn't a good roan...he had other woinen...8nd my mother take him off someplace because he wasn't good for me." She never had children of her own but related that "Mother told me everything about it. She said don't because everything about it is hard work." But much of her life was caring for children...other people's children, such as those of the people who in the early days of Las Vegas' history owned the first ice house. The children, she recalls, called her "Nanny. I take care of enough children...! worked for a lot of white people. ..wash and irofl and keep clean. 1 work to earn money.." All during the interview her hands, which must be workworn, were hidden by brown knit gloves and in her arms she clutched her handtooled leather purse, some,papers and other personal belongings wrapped in a towel. She talked of weaving baskets in her younger days. Beautiful Indian baskets with birds and other tribal designs. And yes, she said, she made her own dyes to color the basket's intricate designs. She still likes to sew...especially quilts... the hands still keep busy and perhaps, if she had the materials, she could still make Indian baskets. Until just a few weeks ago. Stella lived in the Indian Colony, in her own house where she made hot bread, tortillas, beans, fried potatoes, kept company by her dogs, sister and niece. She appeared to be somewhat disoriented at Glen Halla as she walked slowly back to her cottage. "Just visiting friends." she explained. For many years Stella cared for her mother..."Mama, she wasn't well then. I had to take care of Mama...after my Mama died, I had to take care of myself." Now, after years of caring for others as well as herself, she has found a place where others can care for her. ii>g en the tradition te mokt a photo history of Heitdtnen. i with tvtrfone a happy itew ytar and I Intend to hove one myself. We're starting by having all of our family home this woekond fer tho first timt in two yoart. Rots, hit wife, Shorri and ten. Brock, (the imartott cutett kid around) will be here from Wyoming; Den will be hero from VoU lejo, Co.,; Rogor will be returning home from a two year mittioit for the LOS church inToxet, and our Jim will be hero. Happy Now Yeor to Everyone. Henderson Home Newi hmkikm},m\ Publlih*d every Tuesday and Tburaday morning at 22 Water Street, Henderaon, Nevada BBIOS Ph SM-llBl. SM4BI7 tVMCBimON RATBa InterwJ at the poet offlct In Htwiersai. Novoda. aa lecond elua utter on June 1. Ml. ...... M4IL luaaciumoNt wmai Wmm tmmmram 1 ]^e1gliborliood News Bits Oeod Morning I do hope you had a very Merry Christmas and wishing you all a very happy New Year. I sinicerly wish everyone good health and May Our Lord keep you In his care through 1979. One day at 0 Hm*. We. us. both Bill and I had a wonderful Christmas Day and hope you did too. We Thank God for so much I must not forget to count our Blessings. You do the same. God Blss you all. Viiitan from all over were in Henderaon to vitit friend* ond Mabel Newton of Idaho Way have had visiting her fi-om San Gabrial California her sister Bernice and husband Stanley Goodon. They have spent several days with Mabel. Mabel's son Don Biddie and guest Steve Ravlin prepared a very delicious dinner for all the family including Don's son. Donnie and daughter Kathy and husband Steve Emigh and two children. A very nice time was enjoyed by all. Happy New Year to alL Mr. and Mrs. Hard Sukowaty had thier son ClifTord and his wife Jo and Jo's parents. Ralph and Pat Floor of Las Vegas. Bill and I joined them for their lovely Christmas dinner and had a marvalous time. Thanks Issy for the nice invite. We were a little late but adeJL Happy New Year Issy and all your family. Happy family. Aksel and Louise Erling of Idaho Way, had a surprise visit ft'om Paul, Idaho, Mike and his wife Toni and their three children, Scott. Ty. and their new addition Jodi, new daughter. Others wert, Vicky Van Horn and Leslie, Mike's two sisters and guests Larry Atwood and Lee Vassar. A nice dinner was enjoyed by all. Louise was saying what a nice Christmas gift Happy New Year to you all. Hoppy Birttiday ToEImoreVoseofFlr Street who celebrated hit birthday the 16th, poor kid he's getting old. he's another Jack Benny, he insists he's 39, but I know better, cause Nellie his wife told me. Ha Ha. husband Dennis Law, their four children, Julie Archigugie and her busband Manuel, another daughter Trudy Barnes and guest Butch, and a nice Christmas Day for everyone. Happy New Year to all the family. Henderaon Bowl Kim Roundy spent a week in St. Rose de Lima Hospital following surgery. Kim is secretary of the Shirts and Skirts Bowling League. LaVon Holmes spent several days at the hospital also. La Von is President ^f H.W.B.A. Get well real soon girls. The employees of Henderson Bowl held their Annual Christmas party Sunday night, Dec. 17th in Bowling Alley Bar. Gifts were exchanged and cocktails, potluck dinner was enjoyed by all. The Wednesday House Wives Bowling League held a Christmas party Wednesday afternoon Dec 12th and nice potluck was enjoyed and gifts exchanged. Wednesday Handicaper's held their Christmas party Tuesday Dec. 19th in the bar at Henderson Bowl. Potluck and gift exchange, a good time was had by all attending. Jacque and Bill Robison held open house for close friends Friday night, Dec 15th in their home. Their home was beautifully decorated for Christmas. Drinks and goodies were served and enjoyed by many. Jacque's and Bill's daughter Janice and husband. Mike De Mille —and their three children^ spent a week h^re through Dec. 18th in Henderson also visiting Mikes parents Phildon and and Lola DeMille of Cedar Street The Charley Fisher's at Federal Street, had a bouse full, a large family gathering. Charley, Wlonie, and Mrs. Fishers Mother fh>m Washington. Utah. Leila Moore, their daughter Charlotte and BYBESANNGB Vititon From Now Maxice. Benny and Dee Dee Medina from Choneo, New Mexico, were all over Henderson visiting • relatives and friends. My niece Nellie Vose and I were making the rounds, stopped at Gilbert and Susies home on Mallory. We found quite a gang there. My sister Elvira Medina of Espinoza Terrace, was a surprised beautiful lady, when her son's and families presented her with a beautiful color T.V. besides many other gifts. Benny, Gilbert, Joe, Sammy, Dennis of Las Vegas. Raymond of Santa Fe, New Mexico, Reynaldo of Santa Fe also,a daughter Carol Montoya of Las Vegas. Mary Gallegoes of Chema and Josephine Romero of East Las Vegas. Benny and Dee Dee, also had a chance to visit their son Paul and grandson Paul Jr. and a daughter Pamela Salazar of Las Vegas. Happy New Year to all. Fvll house at Soogmillen. Mr. and Mrs. Foy Seegmiller of Idaho Way, also had a house full of relatives and friends Christmas Day. Their daughter Jenny and husband Randy Cote of Cedar City. Utah., son ofMr. andMrs.Clarance Steiger of Henderson. Daughter Linda and Doug Beatty and three children of Las Vegas. Riley Peeples and wife Rachel and son, Danniel and Seong and two boys of Las Vegas. Roger and Debbie Peeples and their five -child r e n. Mike andJanice live in Glendora, California. Mike attends school in Glendora. Happy New Year to some beautiful families. The Jr. and Banuaro Saturday afternoon Bowling League enjoyed a Christmas party of cupcakes, punch and socks filled with goodies Saturday Dec 16th. Mary Allsman was in charge with help from other mother's. Happy New Year to all at Henderson Bowl. Held a very successful Christmas party by members and their families and many friends, so many showed up for a very enjoyable party. Santa Claus made a Jingle Bell's appearance and it was wonderful all the kids had a good time. Thanks alot Dennis Low, what a wonderful Santa Claus very nice. Gifts were given to several wrnnin and what a meal. Happy New Year to all. MarieSeegmiller's sister Julia Ann and husband Allen Wardel and four children from Delta, Utah, and the wonderful parents of Foy. Paul and Edith Seegmiller of St. George, Utah. Donna, Johnny, Andy and little Susie, who live at home. Have a Happy New Year. Bey Mortinei Jr. homo te visit. Mr. and Mrs. Rey Martinez of Montana Way, were very pleased to have Rey Jr. show up for a visit, with sister's, Gloria Sanquist, Rose Salazar, Romona Boughman, Helen Tope and families. • Helen, my sister held a very nice dinner gathering for all family. Rey Jr. left snowy Denver to come home for Christmas and New Yean. Mr. Earl Mitchel of Idaho Way traveled to Petaluma, California to spend Christmas with daughter Earlene, and husband George Grim and George Jr. and Anthony, grandson's it was a very nice time. Happy New Year Earl. Homo again. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rowden return home after having spent some time visiting friends and relatives. Thay were house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Yost in San Clemente, California. They met Florences' sister Carol Hinson and husband Jock and boys there. They spent several days' sight seeing all around the area. They visited Mr. Nixons museum and said it was small but very nice. In Laguna Beach, Florence mentioned having seen the homes that had slid down the hillside and being bulldozed down and some were still hanging there and was really sad. Spent several days as house guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Riddly had a very nice time but glad to be home. Our Sympathy Goes to Mae McKinney of Utah Way and family. Mr. Graydon McKinney passed away in Portland, Oregon recently,good neighbors. He was hurried in Palm Funeral Home, Dec. 20th. So sorry Mae. Graydon had been ill for some time. John and Olive Melton have full house for families, at 223 Kansas. Two of John's sisters have been here to visit them. They are Morris and Cornelia Elder from Colorado Springs, Colorado and Pearl Ellison from Plains, Texas. John's and Olive's son and daughter-in-law, Jimmy Joe and JuliF Melton, and two children. Timmy and Deanna Melton and two children, another grandchild, Cheryl Sandra anZ three children from Bos-' ton, Mass. A former Henderson resident Roy Sparks from Reno, Nevada, a Green Baret, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sparks Sr. of Henderson. A great time was held by all this wonderful family. Happy New Year to all. Jolley 15 Chriitntot Party I, muself, and me, along with Rachel Wood prepared a wonderful Jolley 15 party at my home. Wish all could of been here, but we had a very enjoyable Christmas party. We exchanged gifts and played white elephant bingo. Joining us were, Rhea Johnson, Lola De Mille, Rena Golden, Mary Ann Gives of Las Vegas, and Angela Hallabon from Utah, and guest Nellie Vose, Alice Henderson not able to attend, Alta Excell,Artoise Griffin and Helen Bell. We wish the gang a very Happy New Year. Chriatmo* Eve Bill and I spent Christmas eve at the George Aliens in Las Vegas. Their home was beautifully decorated and a very delicious dinner was prepared by Marion Allen. Nellie and Elmore Vose of Fir Street, Elmore Jr. and his wife Gail. The Allen's daughters Judy and guest Danny, and Kay Hull friend. We all had a —wonderful ttmer Happy New Year and God Bless everyone. Gibson Funeral The funeral of Mrs. Mary Gallagher Gibson, 49, a prominent • Las Vegan who died Saturday at a local hospital of heart failure, will be at I p.m. Tuesday at Palm Mortuar>' Chapel. The Rev. Irving Phillips, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, will conduce the rite. Burial will be at the Palm Valley View Memorial Park. The family of Mrs. Gibson has suggested that in lieu of flowers, coelributions be made in her name to the UNLV-Lib* rary. Mrs. Gibson was bom March 8. 1929. in -Chicago, the daughter of a prominent physician and surgeon there. She is survived by her husband Fred D. Gibson Jr.. president of Pacific Engineering and Production Co. of Nevada, at Henderson; a son. Capt. Fred D. Gibson III,-serving in the judge-advocate seat of the U.S. Army at Bethesda, Md.;a daughter, Maisie Louise O'Bannon of Las Vegas; and a sister. Margaret Burris of Elgin, III. Mrs. Gibson was graduated from high school and business college in Chicago and had been a resident of Las Vegas for almost 30 years. She was a member of the Junior League of Las Vegas and was widely known in social and welfare circles of the-community. •• KIWANIS "CLUB \ "^"^ n • I' '* • NEVA PRESENTS CHECK TO SALVATION ARMY Bill Walt, right, president of the Henderson Kiwanis Club, recently presented a check to Ot. Jim Thompson of the Salvotion Army, center, as Richard Lutters, chairman of the Salvation. Army Advisory Board looks On. The money was used to CHsitt the Army with their Christmas work. Inquiriag Camera Girl f\o Raymeatf TODAY^S QlESTIO\: DO YOV FEEL WITH ALL THE SOPHISTh CATED WEAPONRY, THERE WILL BE A CLARANTEED -PEACE 0\ EARTH ASD COOIh WILL:' OR ELSE? EXPLUM MAY GALSCHET -RETIRED MOni raOfRIETOR NOI I feel thot people ore not peace-minded in variou* part* of the world enough te guarantee a future ettabli*hed peace. I *incerely hope that peace all over the world will reign. Chritttnot utually i( a peaceful iea*on and bring* out the belt in the human race. I wi*h ihi* *pirit of "good virill" cowld rentain with u oil year • every year then there might bo *ome I SERENE ZIEMER • HOMEMAKER NO, I D0N7 DOREEN BROWN HOMEMAKER • YES, DEFI-; NrTEiri I fool vary optomittic about the future of the wrorid ond do not believe there will be o World War III, or any type of wor action timilor te it! The odvoncod weaponry thowld be *topped befor* it got* out of hondl I believe all peopl e are intelligent enough to think ef the dra*lic con*eq>' ortca* before malting o foolidi, decision of warfarel BEUEVE soil do feel bocow** wo have the weapon* wo fool ntore secure however, it doe* not put on end to warfare lirKO this ha* been with us sirtce the beginning of time. DONITA BOWUR • DENTAL HYGENIST • OR. MARSHAU AND DR. BENNEH DEMNfTElY NOTI Seem* a* though tt>o mare weapons tfiere are, the noore universal urge there it to use tftem. Wor is usually brought on by a form of greed and OS lofg a* this human froility eKi*ts to will NOTE: Interview* were conducted at ALBERTSON'S SUKRMARKH, Boulder Highway, Hondonon ''Chinese Almond Cookies Shana Ecker has been looking for a recipe for almond cookies and asked us to repeat the recipe that was printed in Raye's Knick Knack Shelf about a year ago. Shana plays bridge with the girl,s and they all agree they are Chinese food buffs. So here it is again for Shana, her husband, Carl, and the girls of Boulder City! 1 cup sugar 3 cups all • purpose flour Vi to H Up. soda 1^ to 2 sticks of margarine)desired moistness) legg mtsp. almond extract 1 cup blanched, regular or slivered almonds Sift dry ingredients together (exclude almonds). Melt margarine, mix with dry ingredients. Stir in egg and flavoring; knead until egg is absorbed. Form balls the size of a walnut. Press one almond (or 2 slivers) in center of each. Use lightly greased cooky sheet. Bake 325 degrees for about 15 minutes. Check. Store in air tight container. Yields 4 to 9 doxen. GLADWYN GOLD RHIRED PUBUC SCHOOL UBRARIAN YESII fool certain thot the advorKed weaponry will Kelp tho cause of pocK* rather than ogitote the war prerte countrios. I sincerely believe tto*t of ttie world'* peoples would thinli first ond a long time before any action i* tokoftl SIMMARY: FROM HiyOS l\D FISTS TiiCLlBS AW STONES TO KMVES AND SWORDS TO BOWS, ARROWS AW SPEARS TO RIFLESMyS.tWCAyNOyS TO BOMBS AND TORPEDOES TO ATOM BOMBS TO NEITROIS BOMBS IVD GERM WARFARE BACK TO HLWS AND FISTS IF THERE IS ANYBODY LEFT TO USE THEM! HONESTLY, PEOPLE ARE BASICALLY GOOD AND W'OVLD THINK TWICE AND THRICE BEFORE PROVOKING WARFARE WITH THE ADKAyCED WEAPOyRY! ittA mm

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Funeral Service Rir P&t Winters Nfel The founder of Nevada's first' boy's club, Patrick Winters, 75. o( Glendak. died Sunday in a local hospital. Services were held Wednesday in Spalding Chapel with Elder Levon Payne, of the Logandale Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Sainu. officiating Gov. Mike O'Callaghan also will deliver a eulogy. Cremation will follow the services. A resident of the area for 28 years. Winters was bom Oct. 20, 1903, in Buffalo, N.Y. A resident of Henderson before moving to Glendale three years ago. Winters founded the Henderson Boys' Club, the first in the state, in 1952. He was especially fond of coaching little league baseball and amateur boiing. "He always gave of himself." his long-time Mend O'Callaghan remembered. "He-was one of those men who come down the road and made life worthwhile." O'Callaghan added that Winters "always had a feeling for poor and minority kids, and they responded to him in the same way." Winters, before retiring, was employed for more than eight years as parks director for the City of Henderson and later as a Gark County jail maintenance employee. He is survived by his wife. Bertha, of Glendale: four sons, Eugene Winters, of Glendale, Sam Patemostro, of Las Vegas, and Vergine Bondi and Patrick Bondi,' both of Niagra Falls, N.Y.; a daughter, Grace, of Erie, Pa.; a sister. Grace Gribble. of Whitticr. Calif.; 15 grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren and three great great-grandchildren. MIKI MOnUS, SLOT MANAGER AT OLD VEGAS WATCHES AS RANDI SINCLAIR PULLS THE HANDLE on opening day of fho Old Vegas slot deportmont which consists of 70 slot mochines. Old Vegas is located on Boulder Highwoy and Wogon Wheel and obtained licensing December 1. CP National Must Refund $200^43 By ApriilS The state Public Service Commission Tuesday set an April 15 deadline for CP National Corp., to distribute $200,443 in refunds to electric customers in Henderson. The commission said the utility must make an effort to locate all its customers between April 1 and Dec. 31,1977, who deseiTe the refunds. Bid Aworded For Coolers At Landsman For bids for furnishing replacement evaporative coolers at Landsman Gardens, were received by the Clark County Housing Authority and the bid was awarded to the low bidder, Enviromental Control of Nevada. The low bid was $4,785. The CCHA received a letter Nov. 22 freezing all vacancies in CETA jobs. A report showed that the Housing Authority had only three vacancies out of 18 positions and thus was not badly hurt by the freeze. A report on the status of the rehabilitation of Hampton Court was given and it was noted that HUD delays were affecting the installation of smoke detectors and acquisition of land to resolve minor encroachment and installation of a chain link fence. It was noted that group insurances rates for all county agancies covered will increase approximately ten per cent as of Jan 1. nty„dti, DK.mkw 21, lf7l \ INQUIRING CAMERA GIRL TODiYS QIESTI()\: WHAT IS YOIR ()riM(f\ OE REyTAL PRICES AM) THE COST OF HOI SISG? EXJ'LUM KATHY WILLIAMS • BASIC HIGH SCHOOL STUDfNT • I, lee, am afraid thof by the time I am el momo9e age, there will be ne place a yeunfl cewpte or ether* in tew ir^eme can find a decent ploce to live. There mwt be a telwtien fer the ceming yeuth and the peeple in need. Everything cortceming the CMt of Irving hot grewn te impetiible propertientl" PfGGY MUlUS HOMEMAKER"We just built ewr home and curtailed en ce*tt becowte we did meet ef tlte work ewTMlvet. I de net knew where it H getng te end with the highly iitflotable price* cmd (till climbing. Sirne we pwrchoted the preperty, the land value hoi tripled within three year*. I pity the Senien whe are forced te live en low income ond anyone who meet* with hard time* or illnoM" lAUIA AITMANN HOMEMAKER • "I'm very happy that we sre net curfontly in the morfcet for rental •r Home pwrcttoM. We ar$~ mooivo tieme ana lot owrter^ and are grateful thot we purchated ten year* ago. Sirtce then the mobile home and lot rate* hove loomed te giant proportion* alortg with otftor typo* of howting. I fool (orry for the people wfto are looking now for a ploce te live." DAWN LEWIS (Children. Molitto and Carl) M.O.M. GRAND CASHIER AND HOMEMAKER • "The poa^ -pnt cannot afford it now. TIM la* Vega* area and *urrownding citie* uch at Hender*an, Boulder City and North La* Vega* can bettor afford higher price* becau*e of a protion of the better incomot. Rental* and hornet to bwy at even a normal rate ore almost non-ejii*tentl" MYLEE KHLER BASIC HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT "MUCH TOO HIOHI By the time I graduate and get married, I'm afraid home living will jutt about be on tmpo**ibilitv^ if rental* end homo purthate rotot keep rieing.' snniARY: VO TRiER UORDS "H Iwrv M it all ^o'tnfi to eiulT W /ii7f' some landlonh kppp their prices at a sane level uith a respect for the tenant's finances or budget, others fiive periodic rent increases. Home builders will raise their prices nccordinf: to the cost of labor and materials. The liciotut circle w; /irinf! costs fio up labor and material* f£o up and the typical couple are both forced to maintain job* to meet payments while the renter in some cases may find it difficult to savefi}r a down payment on a home! In any event, the desire to nwn a home by most people w at an all time hi^h with the population increase. Sunflowtr in 36 hour*. will iprout niYIAIS it. from Mat 1 Henderson Home News. HeiMlwson. Nevodo ^g3 TKundoy, DMambor 21, 1971 e was married once but "he wasn't a good roan...he had other woinen...8nd my mother take him off someplace because he wasn't good for me." She never had children of her own but related that "Mother told me everything about it. She said don't because everything about it is hard work." But much of her life was caring for children...other people's children, such as those of the people who in the early days of Las Vegas' history owned the first ice house. The children, she recalls, called her "Nanny. I take care of enough children...! worked for a lot of white people. ..wash and irofl and keep clean. 1 work to earn money.." All during the interview her hands, which must be workworn, were hidden by brown knit gloves and in her arms she clutched her handtooled leather purse, some,papers and other personal belongings wrapped in a towel. She talked of weaving baskets in her younger days. Beautiful Indian baskets with birds and other tribal designs. And yes, she said, she made her own dyes to color the basket's intricate designs. She still likes to sew...especially quilts... the hands still keep busy and perhaps, if she had the materials, she could still make Indian baskets. Until just a few weeks ago. Stella lived in the Indian Colony, in her own house where she made hot bread, tortillas, beans, fried potatoes, kept company by her dogs, sister and niece. She appeared to be somewhat disoriented at Glen Halla as she walked slowly back to her cottage. "Just visiting friends." she explained. For many years Stella cared for her mother..."Mama, she wasn't well then. I had to take care of Mama...after my Mama died, I had to take care of myself." Now, after years of caring for others as well as herself, she has found a place where others can care for her. ii>g en the tradition te mokt a photo history of Heitdtnen. i with tvtrfone a happy itew ytar and I Intend to hove one myself. We're starting by having all of our family home this woekond fer tho first timt in two yoart. Rots, hit wife, Shorri and ten. Brock, (the imartott cutett kid around) will be here from Wyoming; Den will be hero from VoU lejo, Co.,; Rogor will be returning home from a two year mittioit for the LOS church inToxet, and our Jim will be hero. Happy Now Yeor to Everyone. Henderson Home Newi hmkikm},m\ Publlih*d every Tuesday and Tburaday morning at 22 Water Street, Henderaon, Nevada BBIOS Ph SM-llBl. SM4BI7 tVMCBimON RATBa InterwJ at the poet offlct In Htwiersai. Novoda. aa lecond elua utter on June 1. Ml. ...... M4IL luaaciumoNt wmai Wmm tmmmram 1 ]^e1gliborliood News Bits Oeod Morning I do hope you had a very Merry Christmas and wishing you all a very happy New Year. I sinicerly wish everyone good health and May Our Lord keep you In his care through 1979. One day at 0 Hm*. We. us. both Bill and I had a wonderful Christmas Day and hope you did too. We Thank God for so much I must not forget to count our Blessings. You do the same. God Blss you all. Viiitan from all over were in Henderaon to vitit friend* ond Mabel Newton of Idaho Way have had visiting her fi-om San Gabrial California her sister Bernice and husband Stanley Goodon. They have spent several days with Mabel. Mabel's son Don Biddie and guest Steve Ravlin prepared a very delicious dinner for all the family including Don's son. Donnie and daughter Kathy and husband Steve Emigh and two children. A very nice time was enjoyed by all. Happy New Year to alL Mr. and Mrs. Hard Sukowaty had thier son ClifTord and his wife Jo and Jo's parents. Ralph and Pat Floor of Las Vegas. Bill and I joined them for their lovely Christmas dinner and had a marvalous time. Thanks Issy for the nice invite. We were a little late but adeJL Happy New Year Issy and all your family. Happy family. Aksel and Louise Erling of Idaho Way, had a surprise visit ft'om Paul, Idaho, Mike and his wife Toni and their three children, Scott. Ty. and their new addition Jodi, new daughter. Others wert, Vicky Van Horn and Leslie, Mike's two sisters and guests Larry Atwood and Lee Vassar. A nice dinner was enjoyed by all. Louise was saying what a nice Christmas gift Happy New Year to you all. Hoppy Birttiday ToEImoreVoseofFlr Street who celebrated hit birthday the 16th, poor kid he's getting old. he's another Jack Benny, he insists he's 39, but I know better, cause Nellie his wife told me. Ha Ha. husband Dennis Law, their four children, Julie Archigugie and her busband Manuel, another daughter Trudy Barnes and guest Butch, and a nice Christmas Day for everyone. Happy New Year to all the family. Henderaon Bowl Kim Roundy spent a week in St. Rose de Lima Hospital following surgery. Kim is secretary of the Shirts and Skirts Bowling League. LaVon Holmes spent several days at the hospital also. La Von is President ^f H.W.B.A. Get well real soon girls. The employees of Henderson Bowl held their Annual Christmas party Sunday night, Dec. 17th in Bowling Alley Bar. Gifts were exchanged and cocktails, potluck dinner was enjoyed by all. The Wednesday House Wives Bowling League held a Christmas party Wednesday afternoon Dec 12th and nice potluck was enjoyed and gifts exchanged. Wednesday Handicaper's held their Christmas party Tuesday Dec. 19th in the bar at Henderson Bowl. Potluck and gift exchange, a good time was had by all attending. Jacque and Bill Robison held open house for close friends Friday night, Dec 15th in their home. Their home was beautifully decorated for Christmas. Drinks and goodies were served and enjoyed by many. Jacque's and Bill's daughter Janice and husband. Mike De Mille —and their three children^ spent a week h^re through Dec. 18th in Henderson also visiting Mikes parents Phildon and and Lola DeMille of Cedar Street The Charley Fisher's at Federal Street, had a bouse full, a large family gathering. Charley, Wlonie, and Mrs. Fishers Mother fh>m Washington. Utah. Leila Moore, their daughter Charlotte and BYBESANNGB Vititon From Now Maxice. Benny and Dee Dee Medina from Choneo, New Mexico, were all over Henderson visiting • relatives and friends. My niece Nellie Vose and I were making the rounds, stopped at Gilbert and Susies home on Mallory. We found quite a gang there. My sister Elvira Medina of Espinoza Terrace, was a surprised beautiful lady, when her son's and families presented her with a beautiful color T.V. besides many other gifts. Benny, Gilbert, Joe, Sammy, Dennis of Las Vegas. Raymond of Santa Fe, New Mexico, Reynaldo of Santa Fe also,a daughter Carol Montoya of Las Vegas. Mary Gallegoes of Chema and Josephine Romero of East Las Vegas. Benny and Dee Dee, also had a chance to visit their son Paul and grandson Paul Jr. and a daughter Pamela Salazar of Las Vegas. Happy New Year to all. Fvll house at Soogmillen. Mr. and Mrs. Foy Seegmiller of Idaho Way, also had a house full of relatives and friends Christmas Day. Their daughter Jenny and husband Randy Cote of Cedar City. Utah., son ofMr. andMrs.Clarance Steiger of Henderson. Daughter Linda and Doug Beatty and three children of Las Vegas. Riley Peeples and wife Rachel and son, Danniel and Seong and two boys of Las Vegas. Roger and Debbie Peeples and their five -child r e n. Mike andJanice live in Glendora, California. Mike attends school in Glendora. Happy New Year to some beautiful families. The Jr. and Banuaro Saturday afternoon Bowling League enjoyed a Christmas party of cupcakes, punch and socks filled with goodies Saturday Dec 16th. Mary Allsman was in charge with help from other mother's. Happy New Year to all at Henderson Bowl. Held a very successful Christmas party by members and their families and many friends, so many showed up for a very enjoyable party. Santa Claus made a Jingle Bell's appearance and it was wonderful all the kids had a good time. Thanks alot Dennis Low, what a wonderful Santa Claus very nice. Gifts were given to several wrnnin and what a meal. Happy New Year to all. MarieSeegmiller's sister Julia Ann and husband Allen Wardel and four children from Delta, Utah, and the wonderful parents of Foy. Paul and Edith Seegmiller of St. George, Utah. Donna, Johnny, Andy and little Susie, who live at home. Have a Happy New Year. Bey Mortinei Jr. homo te visit. Mr. and Mrs. Rey Martinez of Montana Way, were very pleased to have Rey Jr. show up for a visit, with sister's, Gloria Sanquist, Rose Salazar, Romona Boughman, Helen Tope and families. • Helen, my sister held a very nice dinner gathering for all family. Rey Jr. left snowy Denver to come home for Christmas and New Yean. Mr. Earl Mitchel of Idaho Way traveled to Petaluma, California to spend Christmas with daughter Earlene, and husband George Grim and George Jr. and Anthony, grandson's it was a very nice time. Happy New Year Earl. Homo again. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rowden return home after having spent some time visiting friends and relatives. Thay were house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Yost in San Clemente, California. They met Florences' sister Carol Hinson and husband Jock and boys there. They spent several days' sight seeing all around the area. They visited Mr. Nixons museum and said it was small but very nice. In Laguna Beach, Florence mentioned having seen the homes that had slid down the hillside and being bulldozed down and some were still hanging there and was really sad. Spent several days as house guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Riddly had a very nice time but glad to be home. Our Sympathy Goes to Mae McKinney of Utah Way and family. Mr. Graydon McKinney passed away in Portland, Oregon recently,good neighbors. He was hurried in Palm Funeral Home, Dec. 20th. So sorry Mae. Graydon had been ill for some time. John and Olive Melton have full house for families, at 223 Kansas. Two of John's sisters have been here to visit them. They are Morris and Cornelia Elder from Colorado Springs, Colorado and Pearl Ellison from Plains, Texas. John's and Olive's son and daughter-in-law, Jimmy Joe and JuliF Melton, and two children. Timmy and Deanna Melton and two children, another grandchild, Cheryl Sandra anZ three children from Bos-' ton, Mass. A former Henderson resident Roy Sparks from Reno, Nevada, a Green Baret, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sparks Sr. of Henderson. A great time was held by all this wonderful family. Happy New Year to all. Jolley 15 Chriitntot Party I, muself, and me, along with Rachel Wood prepared a wonderful Jolley 15 party at my home. Wish all could of been here, but we had a very enjoyable Christmas party. We exchanged gifts and played white elephant bingo. Joining us were, Rhea Johnson, Lola De Mille, Rena Golden, Mary Ann Gives of Las Vegas, and Angela Hallabon from Utah, and guest Nellie Vose, Alice Henderson not able to attend, Alta Excell,Artoise Griffin and Helen Bell. We wish the gang a very Happy New Year. Chriatmo* Eve Bill and I spent Christmas eve at the George Aliens in Las Vegas. Their home was beautifully decorated and a very delicious dinner was prepared by Marion Allen. Nellie and Elmore Vose of Fir Street, Elmore Jr. and his wife Gail. The Allen's daughters Judy and guest Danny, and Kay Hull friend. We all had a —wonderful ttmer Happy New Year and God Bless everyone. Gibson Funeral The funeral of Mrs. Mary Gallagher Gibson, 49, a prominent • Las Vegan who died Saturday at a local hospital of heart failure, will be at I p.m. Tuesday at Palm Mortuar>' Chapel. The Rev. Irving Phillips, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, will conduce the rite. Burial will be at the Palm Valley View Memorial Park. The family of Mrs. Gibson has suggested that in lieu of flowers, coelributions be made in her name to the UNLV-Lib* rary. Mrs. Gibson was bom March 8. 1929. in -Chicago, the daughter of a prominent physician and surgeon there. She is survived by her husband Fred D. Gibson Jr.. president of Pacific Engineering and Production Co. of Nevada, at Henderson; a son. Capt. Fred D. Gibson III,-serving in the judge-advocate seat of the U.S. Army at Bethesda, Md.;a daughter, Maisie Louise O'Bannon of Las Vegas; and a sister. Margaret Burris of Elgin, III. Mrs. Gibson was graduated from high school and business college in Chicago and had been a resident of Las Vegas for almost 30 years. She was a member of the Junior League of Las Vegas and was widely known in social and welfare circles of the-community. •• KIWANIS "CLUB \ "^"^ n • I' '* • NEVA PRESENTS CHECK TO SALVATION ARMY Bill Walt, right, president of the Henderson Kiwanis Club, recently presented a check to Ot. Jim Thompson of the Salvotion Army, center, as Richard Lutters, chairman of the Salvation. Army Advisory Board looks On. The money was used to CHsitt the Army with their Christmas work. Inquiriag Camera Girl f\o Raymeatf TODAY^S QlESTIO\: DO YOV FEEL WITH ALL THE SOPHISTh CATED WEAPONRY, THERE WILL BE A CLARANTEED -PEACE 0\ EARTH ASD COOIh WILL:' OR ELSE? EXPLUM MAY GALSCHET -RETIRED MOni raOfRIETOR NOI I feel thot people ore not peace-minded in variou* part* of the world enough te guarantee a future ettabli*hed peace. I *incerely hope that peace all over the world will reign. Chritttnot utually i( a peaceful iea*on and bring* out the belt in the human race. I wi*h ihi* *pirit of "good virill" cowld rentain with u oil year • every year then there might bo *ome I SERENE ZIEMER • HOMEMAKER NO, I D0N7 DOREEN BROWN HOMEMAKER • YES, DEFI-; NrTEiri I fool vary optomittic about the future of the wrorid ond do not believe there will be o World War III, or any type of wor action timilor te it! The odvoncod weaponry thowld be *topped befor* it got* out of hondl I believe all peopl e are intelligent enough to think ef the dra*lic con*eq>' ortca* before malting o foolidi, decision of warfarel BEUEVE soil do feel bocow** wo have the weapon* wo fool ntore secure however, it doe* not put on end to warfare lirKO this ha* been with us sirtce the beginning of time. DONITA BOWUR • DENTAL HYGENIST • OR. MARSHAU AND DR. BENNEH DEMNfTElY NOTI Seem* a* though tt>o mare weapons tfiere are, the noore universal urge there it to use tftem. Wor is usually brought on by a form of greed and OS lofg a* this human froility eKi*ts to will NOTE: Interview* were conducted at ALBERTSON'S SUKRMARKH, Boulder Highway, Hondonon ''Chinese Almond Cookies Shana Ecker has been looking for a recipe for almond cookies and asked us to repeat the recipe that was printed in Raye's Knick Knack Shelf about a year ago. Shana plays bridge with the girl,s and they all agree they are Chinese food buffs. So here it is again for Shana, her husband, Carl, and the girls of Boulder City! 1 cup sugar 3 cups all • purpose flour Vi to H Up. soda 1^ to 2 sticks of margarine)desired moistness) legg mtsp. almond extract 1 cup blanched, regular or slivered almonds Sift dry ingredients together (exclude almonds). Melt margarine, mix with dry ingredients. Stir in egg and flavoring; knead until egg is absorbed. Form balls the size of a walnut. Press one almond (or 2 slivers) in center of each. Use lightly greased cooky sheet. Bake 325 degrees for about 15 minutes. Check. Store in air tight container. Yields 4 to 9 doxen. GLADWYN GOLD RHIRED PUBUC SCHOOL UBRARIAN YESII fool certain thot the advorKed weaponry will Kelp tho cause of pocK* rather than ogitote the war prerte countrios. I sincerely believe tto*t of ttie world'* peoples would thinli first ond a long time before any action i* tokoftl SIMMARY: FROM HiyOS l\D FISTS TiiCLlBS AW STONES TO KMVES AND SWORDS TO BOWS, ARROWS AW SPEARS TO RIFLESMyS.tWCAyNOyS TO BOMBS AND TORPEDOES TO ATOM BOMBS TO NEITROIS BOMBS IVD GERM WARFARE BACK TO HLWS AND FISTS IF THERE IS ANYBODY LEFT TO USE THEM! HONESTLY, PEOPLE ARE BASICALLY GOOD AND W'OVLD THINK TWICE AND THRICE BEFORE PROVOKING WARFARE WITH THE ADKAyCED WEAPOyRY! ittA mm

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Htmknen Horn* Ntwt, Htmltnen, Nvado '"WS Thu^tdoy, Dwmbr 21, 197| 31, I97t UUn k-1 | j i '.n ^ [\'l'\ A I >] immiJmm f*flc4 Basic Pins Losses on CaHornians Takes Win in Vt6 by Kevin Burrows wtie posted eight wins to take first place at 154 pounds and receive outstanding wrestler honors. the Wolves bested seven California Khoois and tied another to take the two day Quartz Hills Wrestling Tournament. -Basic scored thirty-seven p^ns in totaling up 377 points and far outdistance the second place Burroughs, California team which tllied 311. Burrows who is* now 15-0. undefeated for the season, was in control in all of his matches having only one really dose contest according to his coach Jim Duschen u he pinned in three of his matches on the way to his eight wins. Mike Butler also fame thru with a championship performance for the Wolves at 103. scoring seven wms in eight bouts • three by pins. Bringing home second place tournament finishes for Basic were Ken Briggs (133) who scored five pins in his seven wins losing only once in a close 6-4 decision. Joey Montoya (138) who is wreatlin| tremendously considering his limited experience putting together a 7 0-1 record for his second place finish, Leo Hernandez (I6S) showing very aggressive talent and two pins for his seven and one record, and Rich Perkins who absorbed his first loss of the season in his seven and one performance which featured four pins. One of Perkins' winsriE YEAJ?0F'6I. WHO PIO -mE PACKERS KAT 37-0 FOR THE NFt TITLE THAT VEAP? A EAGLES 9 BEAPS C GIANTS J SETS NEW COUISE RECORD • Eddie Draper of Los Vegos set a new Mune record lost weok ot Block Mowntoin Golf Club wHon he completed 11 holes with o 63. The previous record of 64 wos sot in 1961. Draper soid he hos boon ployirtf goK most of his life, at least 37 yoors. Mueis-MMsue fromtlie \ Men's'A* League Basketball Schediilek,r,^^„-;j^J At raeantlv 100 v*n ifi. lin kitdMn funnal M • liMrin| aM itiM|k it only werh •4 if yov Mood ri^ ntit to it ind KftfMMd cito K. Tucs. Jaa. 2 Burkholder Wed. Jaji. 3 Civic Center Thurs. Jan, •* Burkholder Tuea. Jan. 9 Burkholder ^ • Wed. Jan. 10 Civic Center Tburs. Jan. U Burkholder Tuea. Jan. l6 Burkholder Wed. Jan. 17 Civic Center Thurs. Jan. ifi Burkholder Tuea. Jan, 23 Builtholder Ved. Jan. 2U Clrle Center 8:00 p.m. 9:00 p.IT. 8:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 9:00 p;B. 8:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 8:00 p.B. 9:00 p.B. 8:00 p.a. 9:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 9:00 p.B. 8:00 p.m. 9:00 p.i. 6:00 p.B. 9:00 p.B. Stauffer Perry's Goldstrike Eldorado Perry's Goldmine Stauffer Goldst^Uce Eldorado Stauffer KVOV Eldorado Stauffer KVOV Goldstrike Goldmine All Star Sports KVOV Stauffer Goldalna All Star Sports Stauffer va vs va vs vs va va vs v i* Goldmine KVOV Stauffer KVOV Goldstrike All Star Sports KVCV All Star Sports Goldmine All Star Sports GoldBine Perry's Goldmine Perry's Eldorado Perry's Eldorado Coldatrike Perry's Goldstrike KVOV Eldorado FEUD HEATING UP The fwd between Howtfd COMU tad "Dandy" Don Menditb ia tMtiii( up! AeeordiBg to • highly perched ABC eporta es-..< •cutive. the two could barely stand each other enough to, fipiah the seaaon'i run Qf ABC's Monday Niglit Football, which they announced with Frank Gilford Don ia atiU hopping mad over Coaell'i unguarded remarka during an isterview last month. "Jocks aren't (uDCtioaal jouroaliatt, bleated Cooail. and lew people woadarad whom he meant when ha aaid 'iocka.' CoaeilcoBtiDued. "Through the yeare. all t he garbage that haa bean written about how great jock annooDcart are. but tkov are still iuat iqotbdU and baaoball playtra." Sourtwiaaide ABC tail na MaraditkknowCoaalwaa aiming tkoaa rasaarka at him aad D^ ia plaaty hot uadar (ka eoOir. Oillard ia ovB fsttiag iata the act Ha martodly bnto ip a^artef lot paMaadnrimadeMofUo •^ouivo PalB Boeck HOME OF THE WEEK -Stomng the home of Gene 9iid Jane Wisniewshi ly Flo loymond • Gene Wisniewski, an Electronic Technician for Central Telephone, together with his pretty wife, Jane, and Children, Denise Age 5, and Darrel • Age 2, reside in the newest part of the "new" section 27. This particular part of Henderson is extremely beautif\il in the rugged, windy, and vast terrain of desert and mountains affording the inhabitant a generous view of what Mother >Iature has to offer including the jewel like sights of Las Vegas. On the south end of Section 27, the Wisniewski's can dream away the evening in their living room with a picture window showing the Black Mountains which lead into Boulder City; the eastern mountains from the diningroom, and the western and northwestern terrain together with Las Vegas from their front door. Everybody has their own special tastes in home structure and Gene and Jane are no exceptions with definite tastes and no desire "to follow suit with the mythical Joneses!" "We built the home, our first attempt," Gene pointed out, "and completed most of the finishing work. We subcontracted just a part of it." Jane and Gene pitched in, rolled up their sleeves and turned out a fine, cozy, comfy, and attractive home. Occupied in July, 1977, the young family dwell in a contemporary Spanish style home with light green vinyl siding (Gene installed) and white roof with a redwood fence enclosing a patio in front yard of home. A two car garage adjoins the home. The front entrance takes the visitor into a foyer hallway; and the first view is of a neat contemporary kitchen and dining area with hanging plants, black wrought iron wall clock, fioral arrangement in orange, browns and yellow and black, orange and red gold table. The dining area bespeaks of old Mexico or Spain. An antique brass and crystal chapdalier overhangs the -dining room table lending to the Latin atmosphere. Jane is proud of her good sized kitchen and the outstanding walnut cabinets which hubby built and fashioned. The kitchen floor again shows Spanish design tile, white utilities, and yellow breakfast bar. "I wanted the fh)nt doorway to lead into the kitchen." Jane menlined, "for it gives me time to get to the door and affords some privacy. My back door leads into the living room, but somehow I feel more secure this way. We both prefer this styling." The carpeting throughout is sculptured with colors, black, brown, belfe, and gold predominating. The living room has a roomy lounge chair, and black leather couch with a Stark apright piano to the side where the famHome of Oene and Jane Wisniewski The Wisniewski family dining room • Front (I to r) DarrtI and Denise, Back (I to r) Oene and Jane. gold and beige drapes and carpeting. The bath is luxurious with pink fixtures, pink decor, hints of gold beige, a fiilly mirrored wall (also in bedroom) and a laundry room on other side of mirrored wall. Again the Spanish theme plays the leading role. Jabe was responsible for a first rate job of pink and white tile work on three bathroom walls. Mrs. Wisniewski (the former Jane LittleHeld moved to Las Vegas fi-om Worth Illinois at age 11, while Gene hails from Albuquerque, New Mexico at age 4 when he landed in Las Vegas. Jane enjoys ceramics (with neighbor teacher Doris Kubla) sewing, while Gene prefers deer and quail hunting. The couple are members of the Henderson Bowling League. In answer to the question, "What does it take to build a home when you know nothing about it to start with?" Jane answered, "Just ask a lot of questions, and most of all be brave!" ily joins in music. At the time of the interview a t>eautif\il Christmas tree was all lit up and Darrel and Denise were awaiting the arrival of Santa Glaus down the thin chimney stovepipe of a "conversation piece" old fashioned heating stove. The hallway leads to the bedrooms. Guest bathroom has gold hanging lamp and green and white cabinets. Darrel's bedroom is in green, light orange and yellows with a patchwork bedspread while Denise enjoys a bedroom of royal blue turquoise and pale blue walls. The master bedroom is of Mediterranean decor with queen sized bed, flamingo red Mdspread, "^EAGLES HALL # 310 W. PACIHC DECEMBER 31,1978 DoMce ei Ben U^a)ul SMu|ollO|).Hi. FOOD • FAVORS • DRI]\KS included in price of tickets! Reservations by December 27th f TecfeetPtice...^9.50 ATTH&DOOR e •e •e e BOWl OF CHIU $1.25 -^.i^ ^ 'V :^' VA ifOObi r5 -^-o. A European reformer willed her eitata to a niece on the condition that the niece the femily goldfiih outfitted in panti. keep Mugs. *iiiOEA on a pedestal • W.lOsET nvvBturB 09 Lamps..... $220" ^^^'^ 61 CO Lamp Oil ^Bvensceim 5la58 Travel Tumbler. $5.90 IfsSplproof Wooden Pepper M9I • W.75 Clodc Coaster Set $4^ Themw&n SdoL Insulated Server $13iO OU HJdcory Knife Set 3i^ ^7-^ LYOm HARDWARE ^ SPORTING GOODS IS W. PACIRC PHONE 565-7418 V NINO y FflflULY Italian Restaurant Now Open for limclies (except Sundays) SPECIAL Offering a new nwnu ot prices you con afford. If you hove enjoyetl Nino's Itolion food in the post, you will find his menu equally pleosuroble. So de cenne out ond join usi We will b open from 11:00 a.m. 'til 10:00 p.m. ... continuing our Itolion Menu in the evening. We'll be feoturihg a Buiinessperten's Speciol doily, ranging from $1.75 to $2.65 ... including a Complete Meol. CUP .40 SOUP OF THE DAY MEATBAU SANDWICH $1.75 NINO'S PTfZA SUPER "SUB" SANDWICH $2.25 A(ltfaNee?tice...^7.50 • LARGE PARTIES 8-10 people RESERVE A TABLE (call eariyi) • ReMVioftaw 8 ^r Ktn or Dtloint lobort ^ 565-9343 Chee 1.50 Peppereni 1.75 Souogo J.OO itAUAN SA\JSAGE SANbWICH $1.85 1.59 NINO'S UNIQUE BURGER 1.59 With Chene 1.79 With Chili-Topped With Cheddar 2.25 SANDWICHES Patty Mth 2.00 Owbheuse Sondwkh lAA 2.50 Eggplont 1.75 Vool Cwtltf 2.65 loot! iMf WHh Dip. 2.15 Tuna Sondwich 1.75 lot iMf Stock 1.95 2.15 CeffM HilTee. ,...3S .35 BEVERAGES NOUSfWINIS ^i" U**wea**>*eVe I w hUtie IS Draft (gieis). it**e*e**i 1.2S 40 70 7S • \ir,1634 Neva
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Htmknen Horn* Ntwt, Htmltnen, Nvado '"WS Thu^tdoy, Dwmbr 21, 197| 31, I97t UUn k-1 | j i '.n ^ [\'l'\ A I >] immiJmm f*flc4 Basic Pins Losses on CaHornians Takes Win in Vt6 by Kevin Burrows wtie posted eight wins to take first place at 154 pounds and receive outstanding wrestler honors. the Wolves bested seven California Khoois and tied another to take the two day Quartz Hills Wrestling Tournament. -Basic scored thirty-seven p^ns in totaling up 377 points and far outdistance the second place Burroughs, California team which tllied 311. Burrows who is* now 15-0. undefeated for the season, was in control in all of his matches having only one really dose contest according to his coach Jim Duschen u he pinned in three of his matches on the way to his eight wins. Mike Butler also fame thru with a championship performance for the Wolves at 103. scoring seven wms in eight bouts • three by pins. Bringing home second place tournament finishes for Basic were Ken Briggs (133) who scored five pins in his seven wins losing only once in a close 6-4 decision. Joey Montoya (138) who is wreatlin| tremendously considering his limited experience putting together a 7 0-1 record for his second place finish, Leo Hernandez (I6S) showing very aggressive talent and two pins for his seven and one record, and Rich Perkins who absorbed his first loss of the season in his seven and one performance which featured four pins. One of Perkins' winsriE YEAJ?0F'6I. WHO PIO -mE PACKERS KAT 37-0 FOR THE NFt TITLE THAT VEAP? A EAGLES 9 BEAPS C GIANTS J SETS NEW COUISE RECORD • Eddie Draper of Los Vegos set a new Mune record lost weok ot Block Mowntoin Golf Club wHon he completed 11 holes with o 63. The previous record of 64 wos sot in 1961. Draper soid he hos boon ployirtf goK most of his life, at least 37 yoors. Mueis-MMsue fromtlie \ Men's'A* League Basketball Schediilek,r,^^„-;j^J At raeantlv 100 v*n ifi. lin kitdMn funnal M • liMrin| aM itiM|k it only werh •4 if yov Mood ri^ ntit to it ind KftfMMd cito K. Tucs. Jaa. 2 Burkholder Wed. Jaji. 3 Civic Center Thurs. Jan, •* Burkholder Tuea. Jan. 9 Burkholder ^ • Wed. Jan. 10 Civic Center Tburs. Jan. U Burkholder Tuea. Jan. l6 Burkholder Wed. Jan. 17 Civic Center Thurs. Jan. ifi Burkholder Tuea. Jan, 23 Builtholder Ved. Jan. 2U Clrle Center 8:00 p.m. 9:00 p.IT. 8:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 9:00 p;B. 8:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 8:00 p.B. 9:00 p.B. 8:00 p.a. 9:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 9:00 p.B. 8:00 p.m. 9:00 p.i. 6:00 p.B. 9:00 p.B. Stauffer Perry's Goldstrike Eldorado Perry's Goldmine Stauffer Goldst^Uce Eldorado Stauffer KVOV Eldorado Stauffer KVOV Goldstrike Goldmine All Star Sports KVOV Stauffer Goldalna All Star Sports Stauffer va vs va vs vs va va vs v i* Goldmine KVOV Stauffer KVOV Goldstrike All Star Sports KVCV All Star Sports Goldmine All Star Sports GoldBine Perry's Goldmine Perry's Eldorado Perry's Eldorado Coldatrike Perry's Goldstrike KVOV Eldorado FEUD HEATING UP The fwd between Howtfd COMU tad "Dandy" Don Menditb ia tMtiii( up! AeeordiBg to • highly perched ABC eporta es-..< •cutive. the two could barely stand each other enough to, fipiah the seaaon'i run Qf ABC's Monday Niglit Football, which they announced with Frank Gilford Don ia atiU hopping mad over Coaell'i unguarded remarka during an isterview last month. "Jocks aren't (uDCtioaal jouroaliatt, bleated Cooail. and lew people woadarad whom he meant when ha aaid 'iocka.' CoaeilcoBtiDued. "Through the yeare. all t he garbage that haa bean written about how great jock annooDcart are. but tkov are still iuat iqotbdU and baaoball playtra." Sourtwiaaide ABC tail na MaraditkknowCoaalwaa aiming tkoaa rasaarka at him aad D^ ia plaaty hot uadar (ka eoOir. Oillard ia ovB fsttiag iata the act Ha martodly bnto ip a^artef lot paMaadnrimadeMofUo •^ouivo PalB Boeck HOME OF THE WEEK -Stomng the home of Gene 9iid Jane Wisniewshi ly Flo loymond • Gene Wisniewski, an Electronic Technician for Central Telephone, together with his pretty wife, Jane, and Children, Denise Age 5, and Darrel • Age 2, reside in the newest part of the "new" section 27. This particular part of Henderson is extremely beautif\il in the rugged, windy, and vast terrain of desert and mountains affording the inhabitant a generous view of what Mother >Iature has to offer including the jewel like sights of Las Vegas. On the south end of Section 27, the Wisniewski's can dream away the evening in their living room with a picture window showing the Black Mountains which lead into Boulder City; the eastern mountains from the diningroom, and the western and northwestern terrain together with Las Vegas from their front door. Everybody has their own special tastes in home structure and Gene and Jane are no exceptions with definite tastes and no desire "to follow suit with the mythical Joneses!" "We built the home, our first attempt," Gene pointed out, "and completed most of the finishing work. We subcontracted just a part of it." Jane and Gene pitched in, rolled up their sleeves and turned out a fine, cozy, comfy, and attractive home. Occupied in July, 1977, the young family dwell in a contemporary Spanish style home with light green vinyl siding (Gene installed) and white roof with a redwood fence enclosing a patio in front yard of home. A two car garage adjoins the home. The front entrance takes the visitor into a foyer hallway; and the first view is of a neat contemporary kitchen and dining area with hanging plants, black wrought iron wall clock, fioral arrangement in orange, browns and yellow and black, orange and red gold table. The dining area bespeaks of old Mexico or Spain. An antique brass and crystal chapdalier overhangs the -dining room table lending to the Latin atmosphere. Jane is proud of her good sized kitchen and the outstanding walnut cabinets which hubby built and fashioned. The kitchen floor again shows Spanish design tile, white utilities, and yellow breakfast bar. "I wanted the fh)nt doorway to lead into the kitchen." Jane menlined, "for it gives me time to get to the door and affords some privacy. My back door leads into the living room, but somehow I feel more secure this way. We both prefer this styling." The carpeting throughout is sculptured with colors, black, brown, belfe, and gold predominating. The living room has a roomy lounge chair, and black leather couch with a Stark apright piano to the side where the famHome of Oene and Jane Wisniewski The Wisniewski family dining room • Front (I to r) DarrtI and Denise, Back (I to r) Oene and Jane. gold and beige drapes and carpeting. The bath is luxurious with pink fixtures, pink decor, hints of gold beige, a fiilly mirrored wall (also in bedroom) and a laundry room on other side of mirrored wall. Again the Spanish theme plays the leading role. Jabe was responsible for a first rate job of pink and white tile work on three bathroom walls. Mrs. Wisniewski (the former Jane LittleHeld moved to Las Vegas fi-om Worth Illinois at age 11, while Gene hails from Albuquerque, New Mexico at age 4 when he landed in Las Vegas. Jane enjoys ceramics (with neighbor teacher Doris Kubla) sewing, while Gene prefers deer and quail hunting. The couple are members of the Henderson Bowling League. In answer to the question, "What does it take to build a home when you know nothing about it to start with?" Jane answered, "Just ask a lot of questions, and most of all be brave!" ily joins in music. At the time of the interview a t>eautif\il Christmas tree was all lit up and Darrel and Denise were awaiting the arrival of Santa Glaus down the thin chimney stovepipe of a "conversation piece" old fashioned heating stove. The hallway leads to the bedrooms. Guest bathroom has gold hanging lamp and green and white cabinets. Darrel's bedroom is in green, light orange and yellows with a patchwork bedspread while Denise enjoys a bedroom of royal blue turquoise and pale blue walls. The master bedroom is of Mediterranean decor with queen sized bed, flamingo red Mdspread, "^EAGLES HALL # 310 W. PACIHC DECEMBER 31,1978 DoMce ei Ben U^a)ul SMu|ollO|).Hi. FOOD • FAVORS • DRI]\KS included in price of tickets! Reservations by December 27th f TecfeetPtice...^9.50 ATTH&DOOR e •e •e e BOWl OF CHIU $1.25 -^.i^ ^ 'V :^' VA ifOObi r5 -^-o. A European reformer willed her eitata to a niece on the condition that the niece the femily goldfiih outfitted in panti. keep Mugs. *iiiOEA on a pedestal • W.lOsET nvvBturB 09 Lamps..... $220" ^^^'^ 61 CO Lamp Oil ^Bvensceim 5la58 Travel Tumbler. $5.90 IfsSplproof Wooden Pepper M9I • W.75 Clodc Coaster Set $4^ Themw&n SdoL Insulated Server $13iO OU HJdcory Knife Set 3i^ ^7-^ LYOm HARDWARE ^ SPORTING GOODS IS W. PACIRC PHONE 565-7418 V NINO y FflflULY Italian Restaurant Now Open for limclies (except Sundays) SPECIAL Offering a new nwnu ot prices you con afford. If you hove enjoyetl Nino's Itolion food in the post, you will find his menu equally pleosuroble. So de cenne out ond join usi We will b open from 11:00 a.m. 'til 10:00 p.m. ... continuing our Itolion Menu in the evening. We'll be feoturihg a Buiinessperten's Speciol doily, ranging from $1.75 to $2.65 ... including a Complete Meol. CUP .40 SOUP OF THE DAY MEATBAU SANDWICH $1.75 NINO'S PTfZA SUPER "SUB" SANDWICH $2.25 A(ltfaNee?tice...^7.50 • LARGE PARTIES 8-10 people RESERVE A TABLE (call eariyi) • ReMVioftaw 8 ^r Ktn or Dtloint lobort ^ 565-9343 Chee 1.50 Peppereni 1.75 Souogo J.OO itAUAN SA\JSAGE SANbWICH $1.85 1.59 NINO'S UNIQUE BURGER 1.59 With Chene 1.79 With Chili-Topped With Cheddar 2.25 SANDWICHES Patty Mth 2.00 Owbheuse Sondwkh lAA 2.50 Eggplont 1.75 Vool Cwtltf 2.65 loot! iMf WHh Dip. 2.15 Tuna Sondwich 1.75 lot iMf Stock 1.95 2.15 CeffM HilTee. ,...3S .35 BEVERAGES NOUSfWINIS ^i" U**wea**>*eVe I w hUtie IS Draft (gieis). it**e*e**i 1.2S 40 70 7S • \ir,1634 Neva
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• ^ .. 3E • ir an: K I SeVefySenyIfeard from friends that Jesus Archuleta had passed away last week at a hospital in Us Vgas. Jcaus hu been ill for such a hmg time and so many of his friends have prayed for his heakh, but he was JUM needed elsewhere, so we will all remember and miss this fine gentleman. Bbtkday GfMtla Family and friends are sending happy birthday greetings to Elizabeth Johnson of the Espinoza Terrace. Elizabeth has been home bound for a few years now but is a very active beautiful gal. Birthday celebrating will be on January 9. AROUND THE TOWN BafpyTlBe Last Saturday after the senior Christmas party Smiles Cummingham came home and was surprised to find her nephew waiting to visit with her. Nephew resides in Colroado, a wonderful ski country resort. Smiles tells me. UckyWIner h just couldn't happen to a more deserving guy ( true). We all arc happy feryou Frank. Friends tdl me that Santa came a little early for Frank Thompson this year. Last week he made a big winning in the Keno room of the Eldorado casino..Just in time km NOW UNDER HEN mHNaB/m. Join Our Colorinq 1st Prize A6W Bear Barric 2nd Prize A&W Gift CerlificalB Fff $10J)0 3nl Prize A&W Gift Certificate Rir $5J0O. You Can Pick Up Entry Blanks At The Henderson A8W Drive In. STUDENTS: Monday thru Itiday A&W Burger, Fries & Medum Soft Drink 99'tl2PM SBIIOR CITIZENS: WWfS Baskets IMIM ... ic AI January 2 Daniel and Vemay Walker and Marian and Colleen Walker were married A coincidence or some good arranging? Anyway Congratulations to both of the Walker couples. FromllllnoU h was reported to me from friends that Alberta Goodridge's family from Illinois came in to visit over the Christmas holidays.. It sure is a warm and wonderful Christmas when you can spend it with family. Henderson Moose Heard that the Henderson Moose Lodge will be celebrating New Years with a party at their lodge. Donations on a drawing are going to the memben. Also heard that the prize would be a wheelbarrow of goodies. WcNecdMmafnesc Joe and Lola Alameda of 415 Blackridge have invited four seniors from Glenn Halla Nursing home to spend Christmas with them. Hugh Allen, Herbet and Ethelyn enjoyed a delicious dinner at the Alemeda resident. Thanks from all Joe and Lola with family..wouldn't it be nice to spread a little love this way not only during the holiday but just any day? ToWashfaigtoa Dorothy Winninghoff of the Espinoza Terrace left last Sunday to travel to Washington. She will be spending Christmav with daughter, husband and handsome grandson. This is Dorothys only grandchild and let me tell you this is one proud grandmother. Have a good visit, Dorothy, but hurry back. A Reminder Don't forget the free New Years Eve party at the Henderson R.S.V.P. Date is on December 31 in room 29 and party will start at 7 p.m. Mable Heneen says that there will be refreshmentiw Door Prizes and hopes of entertainment. This is an annual celebration that seniors from Boulder City. East Las Vegas and Henderson attend. Happy Bfrtbday Greetinga to pcraons Bora In December December 30; Barbara Rich. Lorna Kesterson. Dixie Crawford, Louise Manae Edgel. Annette Fairworth. December 31; David Henrie Konold. Ema Gaye Worthcn. Mary Hall. Verona Reming. Tracy • Presbyterian ChurcH Newr Family Prayer breakfast meets each Wednesday morning at 6:00 a.m. at the Eldorado Club. Everyone is invited to come and share in this wonderful fellowship. Sunday December 31 there will be Baptism during regular worship service Sundav School PICK VOUR PLEASURE '5995 INCLUDES: CompM* PItnc A Parmtti Normaj Excavation EnglnMrad StMl Rln(orc<] ConcrtShU Ctok of WitofUnt Tii* ? Co MwtMM Ptulr CoinpMa P V C Pluntbing Hookup to 10' 01 OQUlp CompM* atacnicai hookup 10 60' o Panol ApproMd Pump I FWar Flpura '4" Qnb Rail* t RMMMOSMP* / a maw o haaowcitfsmw V of Cmtm m FonnaS Kooi Oack Fua 8Mo Ctaanup M WarramiM a OuarwNtM and Adult Bible Study meet on Sundays at 9:30 a.m. with worship at 11:00 a.m. A nursery is provided plus a crib nursery. Coffee fellowship follows the morning worship and a chance to become better acquainted. The church is located at 525 Westminster Way just behind Morrell City park. Rev. Bill Kirkman is the pastor. His office hours are 8-12 noon and 1-4 p.m. Monday thru Friday. Naa Thwfidoy, Daca m bar J|, |f7| Kobinson, Krishna • Hiflstead. BMUay Graea.u>.MT0l*M(fout life, and when I am faced with a problem, I think on someone who may be in the midst of a more difHcult situation. All problems |rc solved with time!"

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• ^ .. 3E • ir an: K I SeVefySenyIfeard from friends that Jesus Archuleta had passed away last week at a hospital in Us Vgas. Jcaus hu been ill for such a hmg time and so many of his friends have prayed for his heakh, but he was JUM needed elsewhere, so we will all remember and miss this fine gentleman. Bbtkday GfMtla Family and friends are sending happy birthday greetings to Elizabeth Johnson of the Espinoza Terrace. Elizabeth has been home bound for a few years now but is a very active beautiful gal. Birthday celebrating will be on January 9. AROUND THE TOWN BafpyTlBe Last Saturday after the senior Christmas party Smiles Cummingham came home and was surprised to find her nephew waiting to visit with her. Nephew resides in Colroado, a wonderful ski country resort. Smiles tells me. UckyWIner h just couldn't happen to a more deserving guy ( true). We all arc happy feryou Frank. Friends tdl me that Santa came a little early for Frank Thompson this year. Last week he made a big winning in the Keno room of the Eldorado casino..Just in time km NOW UNDER HEN mHNaB/m. Join Our Colorinq 1st Prize A6W Bear Barric 2nd Prize A&W Gift CerlificalB Fff $10J)0 3nl Prize A&W Gift Certificate Rir $5J0O. You Can Pick Up Entry Blanks At The Henderson A8W Drive In. STUDENTS: Monday thru Itiday A&W Burger, Fries & Medum Soft Drink 99'tl2PM SBIIOR CITIZENS: WWfS Baskets IMIM ... ic AI January 2 Daniel and Vemay Walker and Marian and Colleen Walker were married A coincidence or some good arranging? Anyway Congratulations to both of the Walker couples. FromllllnoU h was reported to me from friends that Alberta Goodridge's family from Illinois came in to visit over the Christmas holidays.. It sure is a warm and wonderful Christmas when you can spend it with family. Henderson Moose Heard that the Henderson Moose Lodge will be celebrating New Years with a party at their lodge. Donations on a drawing are going to the memben. Also heard that the prize would be a wheelbarrow of goodies. WcNecdMmafnesc Joe and Lola Alameda of 415 Blackridge have invited four seniors from Glenn Halla Nursing home to spend Christmas with them. Hugh Allen, Herbet and Ethelyn enjoyed a delicious dinner at the Alemeda resident. Thanks from all Joe and Lola with family..wouldn't it be nice to spread a little love this way not only during the holiday but just any day? ToWashfaigtoa Dorothy Winninghoff of the Espinoza Terrace left last Sunday to travel to Washington. She will be spending Christmav with daughter, husband and handsome grandson. This is Dorothys only grandchild and let me tell you this is one proud grandmother. Have a good visit, Dorothy, but hurry back. A Reminder Don't forget the free New Years Eve party at the Henderson R.S.V.P. Date is on December 31 in room 29 and party will start at 7 p.m. Mable Heneen says that there will be refreshmentiw Door Prizes and hopes of entertainment. This is an annual celebration that seniors from Boulder City. East Las Vegas and Henderson attend. Happy Bfrtbday Greetinga to pcraons Bora In December December 30; Barbara Rich. Lorna Kesterson. Dixie Crawford, Louise Manae Edgel. Annette Fairworth. December 31; David Henrie Konold. Ema Gaye Worthcn. Mary Hall. Verona Reming. Tracy • Presbyterian ChurcH Newr Family Prayer breakfast meets each Wednesday morning at 6:00 a.m. at the Eldorado Club. Everyone is invited to come and share in this wonderful fellowship. Sunday December 31 there will be Baptism during regular worship service Sundav School PICK VOUR PLEASURE '5995 INCLUDES: CompM* PItnc A Parmtti Normaj Excavation EnglnMrad StMl Rln(orc<] ConcrtShU Ctok of WitofUnt Tii* ? Co MwtMM Ptulr CoinpMa P V C Pluntbing Hookup to 10' 01 OQUlp CompM* atacnicai hookup 10 60' o Panol ApproMd Pump I FWar Flpura '4" Qnb Rail* t RMMMOSMP* / a maw o haaowcitfsmw V of Cmtm m FonnaS Kooi Oack Fua 8Mo Ctaanup M WarramiM a OuarwNtM and Adult Bible Study meet on Sundays at 9:30 a.m. with worship at 11:00 a.m. A nursery is provided plus a crib nursery. Coffee fellowship follows the morning worship and a chance to become better acquainted. The church is located at 525 Westminster Way just behind Morrell City park. Rev. Bill Kirkman is the pastor. His office hours are 8-12 noon and 1-4 p.m. Monday thru Friday. Naa Thwfidoy, Daca m bar J|, |f7| Kobinson, Krishna • Hiflstead. BMUay Graea.u>.MT0l*M(fout life, and when I am faced with a problem, I think on someone who may be in the midst of a more difHcult situation. All problems |rc solved with time!"

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HMdomn HMIM NW. Hendonen, Ncvodo STUDENTS LEARN OF THANKSGIVING Holidays are fun for most students and for various reasons. In Mrs. Houghland's Arst grade class the theme of Thanksgiving was used this year to teach the students, through participation of something to eat for Thanksgiving, a number of lessens concerning an appreciation of the mearning of the dty The class spent much time in November learning about the hardships of the Pilgrims, especially in regard to food. The students learned about planting crops for food, the difficulty of harvesting them, and then the problems of preparing them for food to be eaten. As a last step the children took part in preparLEGAL NOTKE LEGAL NOTKE Agenda January 2, 1979 7:00 P.M. Rtguiar Meeting — Henderson City Council Council Chamber — 243 Water Street I. CONFIRMATION OF POSTING II. CALL TO ORDER. ROLL C.\LL. PLEDGE OF .\LLEGIA.NCE AND INVOCATION III ACCEPTANCE OF AGENDA IV. CONSENT AGENDA 1 APPROVAL OF MINUTES Recessed Meeting 12-11-78: Committee Meeting 12 11-78 2 BUSINESS LICENSES: APPROVAL ACTION REQUIRED (a) SPEC, INC dba LUCKY'S, 124 Market Street. Restaurant Liquor lb) Walter Gardner, dba BINGO BARN. 1545 N Boulder Highway. Request to place three (3) 21 GAMES, First Quarter. 1979 (c) Gene Munari • .Additional Licensee on Existing License for New Drug Store Tavern, 128 Market. Henderson (d) Lawrence R Munroe, Manager. Skaggs Liquor Dept. 154 Boulder Highway, Henderson (e) Approval for Retail Beverage (Beer Wine) License and 2 Slot Machines. Harold Gerrish dba TOPS MARKET, Moving Busi ness to 10 West Pacific (f) Permission for Automatic Amusements to (move) License for 25'Slot Machine, TOPS MARKET, to 10 West Pacific 3 FINAL MAP, GREENWAY GARDENS UNIT .VO. 5 — Consisting of 35 lots on 8 plus Acres located in Section 30ofrTamarackand Skyline Drive ,\ction required APPROVAL 4. FINAL MAP GREEN VALLEY EAST ^.A Rcsubdivision consisting of 17 lots on 3 45 acres in Section 5, Paradise Mesa. Action required APPROVAL 5 ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW CONSUMER APPLIANCES SIGN Located at 118 E. Lake Mead Drive .Action required: APPROVAL V NEW BUSINESS 1. PLANNING COMMISSION MINUTES of December 20. 1978 (a) REVISED MINOR SUBDIVISION, Elmer Shiles. 5 Mallory Street, Henderson. Minor Subdivision consisting of 9 lots on 4 5 ^acres in Section 27 off Foothills Drive and Wagonwheel Drive (b) V-3 78. From Planning Commission Meeting ofl2-6-78: VARIANCE to Front Yard Setback from 25' to 15', 1945 Bearden and 1944 Merze Streets Petitioners John Gior dam, 5701 Boulder Highway. Las Vegas, and Tom Hanna, 3955 Algonquin, No 214, Las Vegas 2 BUSINESS LICENSE: Mr. James H Carden, Owner. Townhouse Cocktail Lounge, 39 Water Street, Henderson, Tentative Approval of Pending Approvals of Building and Health Departments 3. BLACK MOUNTAIN GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB — Consideration tor Renewal of Agreement 4 BfLL NO 186 ORDINANCE TO REQUIRE AUTOM.ATIC FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEMS IN CONNECTION WITH ERECTION. CONSTRUCTION. ESTAB LISHMENT, ALTERATION ENLARGE MENT, REPAIR OR CONVERSION OF CERTAIN BUILDINGS OR STRUCTURES AMENDING ORDINANCE NOS. 586,608 and 610 (Revised) Read in title 5 BILL NO 189 ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINA.NCE NO 404 BY AMEND ING THE ZONING MAP TO RECLASSIFY „CERTALN REAL PROPERTY DESCRIBED AS A PORTION OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 33, T21S, R62E FROM R R (RURAL RESIDENCE DIS TRICT) TO TEH (TRAILER ESTATES WITH HORSES DISTRICT). Hacienda del Sol (Read in Title) 6 BILL NO 190 ORDINANCE TO REAUGN WARDS WITHIN THE CITY AC CORDING TO REGISTERED VOTERS AS DETERMINED AT THE CLOSE OF RE GISTRATION PRIOR TO EACH GENERAL STATE ELECTION, AS PROVIDED IN SEC TION 1 040, ARTICLE I. HENDERSON CITY CHARTER; AND REPEALING ORDI NANCE NO sen (READ IN TITLE) 7 BILL NO. 191 • ORDINANCE AMEND ING NMC CHAPTER 19 40 02 BY ADDING PROVISIONS PERMITTI.NG C 2 (GENERAL "COMMERCIAL DISTRICT) USES IN AN "M (INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT) ZONE AND PROVIDING OTHER MATTERS RELATED THERETO (READ IN TITLE) 8 RESOLUTION Expressing the Council's Support of Change in the Public Trust Law 9 REQUEST For Authoriiation To Go To Bid TELEPHONE SYSTEM 10. RECESS Meeting until January 8. 1919. ing refreshments for a Thanksgiving party and became very aware of how hard it is to make some foods that we accept as a matter of course instead of simply buying them at the store. Shown in the pictures are Mrs. Houghland and some of her students with their refreshments. LEGAL NOTKE Nona o wfuCAnoN foi I TO AfMOMun ne fwuc WAIS* ne n*n MVAM Dwll l7| N*. 1N7I 4n •( f*1imkt< int, imi OiMii M• ••^•••* •( WM Ve^M M^e ef Nvvsvs • • ipN II i Hw < • t K ttmm it 0 Ml •! • wMrf IM rf *• pUh MtM tocMvi 10. r Mt.. 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BaM al Iaat paMaatlOT JawMty 4,1*7* H-Bai. 7. 14, 11, It, 1*71, JOT. 4. 1*7* NOna KM MM laaiaM UMt aMU ha MMIMM hy MM CMy Oar* na InMr MMH liaa pjn„ fn Jnaary LEGAL NOTKE I, Hondoraen, Ncvodo ^•• NOMaOPaffUGATIONfOaf lO AMMMMH TM MMK *• • < Of iMnanofMVMA t8.i*n LEGAL NOTKE ^ iNa-Uvrr aaMtihaiaB#MnMM.inlha May al OlMtar ••.-, ^ Waiat AaaaMaMta aiMMtanllMMk TUt It M naMIr' Pap* WaM HMi J(t. B., WatMMa at taa>, MaM il Maillkaianini 111 M^aiH—p rt i • • al MM HaaalMaiaMa. !! • • • '' • 1UtltMnaMIT*i*..i**--'* .^IIMMi. I I I'T^'** MaMMNMaMMaha^NiMar hy Janaanr • '•' UlUAN COLUNS HAS UFE OF tjMNG' 9 MM^kVMM • • • • • _... ^ ^~ a, i.in., 1411., a*a. a a,, .ai a aa. iMa MlM* HM Bk aMMt • taM la*" • haart N. TTIO' ir I., a tWaaa* ai llt*.7t laai. INMt aMIl fca aaaM lar r L, a Mb* f "'''"'T" vMhaaaaM IMMBaaamhat IIMilaa* ^ OalaM MMt l*Hi aa l BaiKafcai, 1Haha^ IWMair aaMna t74atatMvMRlwa|r laa Vaoii, Nam4* iM. II, la iM-4 It, If* BaMaUM I 1*71. B^ ,1 lOTi OaaaaiBar 11, i*7a IB. M IM Mim JMKUi aSIMr OOUIT Of IM nAU Of NWABA, M ANB KM IM oouNTT Of cuaa IMIaa. Ml Bat 7,14, II, M, l*rt NMIa Ii iMaap ^tati *ai (a Ma a* May af aapaalian, CM* Mr CiknhOTwt.ararw,a*iaiMiii iata4tlni.MarahaaiaMlifhMpBrllailn*riar. 1*71 BaM if laa paWhaHw ianaaty n, 1*7* IB. jAOoaiM loaniA iNoaAS, HA nan Of NWAM laNH oaMTMot fO IM aaeW-NAMB HHNOANTi Ml I. CariKi, MM a*. I IM. la* Vipai, NaaaMa 1*111, OT aaaaw M KM CMMw^MiB 9V W^fw ^^^V* BBRTCB IB NHB B^^W* BSmMW IWM BBH l9 SB BB^ IKSfMBM By fvNtI ^mmn^uA hi llw CMMMHI. \ *s M4H. 14, II, M, Ifll, Jan. 4,11,1*7* MOnCI Of AffUCAITON iOI I 10 AivMnun IM fwauc vMiMi Of IM nan of NWAB* HC II, ivia iNi.iiati lOMHA aOWMUM. Oaih al Caatf By BiitMMt laapai, Btpaay 0*% BATI: BiL It, T*7I aaat. II, n. •7i, JOT. 4, ii. la. 1*7* I :' MayrfAapaalVrr,! •lUaWMMl^i" pannMOT W appnpMaii 1.7 aawM hai alMMpiH alMMlialaalW iliMhai M TM MNm juatOAi BOTaa couai Of 1M.nAII Of MVABA. m ANB fOI IM COUan Of QAM NO. B7tM —*^ laaMOT It. T.itt., a^M., a^a a M, at a paint Mam aMMi MM NWaamrrf lalM laalOT It, haan N. 4r ir W.. atMaaaa af ItU.tl Iaat WaM |iMp aiilhrMilaaliaMiha •ahOT apaiaa yaa Ihr MM taBrf MHMaaMiM In liM CMtMalnl. ./^ May ir t** I., a aM*i rf llia.47 hat. Waiw aM ha aaaM ht paaM anratMpal pvpaaa IMM Jaaaaty III M laMaaar Hit rf aaMi yaat. Roy end Lillian Coilint art shown looking at the Bonk of Nevada lodger. The occasion was th grand oponing of th now Bank of Nevada building in Beuldor City. The lodger has boon all but forgotten. It was stored in the former Bank of Nevad building on Ariiena St. Whan the attic was clearod out the treoturo wot publicly displayed for the celebration. Roy and Lillian orrived in 1943 when Roy wat employed a^ the Mcond monogor of the Bouldor City bonk. Bank of Nevada began in Boulder City. It was 1941, Nona Of AffucAiWN to* fwanMN TO AffBO f AII IM fUaUC WAIMI Of IM nAIS Of NWAM MC 11,1*71 BaMaiHMf DaMallaMi • Baill, Ifit I Jan. la. Iff* MMaataMirfMHanaataMMalZlar •"fi'i ''!' • >'*<*— *M if IMMM aMtHMW MM CMkaa •aataaH.fcaaaaaM'iri KM UMi • ha OTMMM anM MaM awM •<* •**-•. WaMr MM aaMHMWMMl kaMMManMMaM. aMMWI*MlapMMa,plaMiM MCTBOMC atAMMWM BfWa }B P-M.. m I JOT 1*7* f i fe„M May a Aapaa 1*77. JairtOT a MhOT a toa Vipai haM if NiMMa MaMi ^yB MOT M MM MaM Inphiaw af pB^^MBHn M flppMpMllB ••* ifilMpi H iialMMfcaMifM BttatMOT b M hi MaM* ItaM Ml I tManM MMM m a paai I laaM* II, i.itt., 1.011., iLBa. I a., aai Il,haanaa>ir.,a4 ll lattjn ha. WMIM MM ha aMM I IniiiMiiiiipiiiilii iiiiaai, IPMB*rllarfl BaM a Nia pataHitn OiMnitit 14, 1*71 Baa a laa paMhaMw Janaaty n, IPlf, IB, N*l.l4iSI,MLIn,iaa,4tlt,MI |M a BiL 11. M. 1*71 Jan, 4,11, in tm MOnct Of AfOUCAimi toa MMMMM *e AffBOmUl IM fWUC MMM 0* IMIIAIIOfNWAaa asc II, 1*71 ^ if Mafia lan. Oaitai S BaaH rf —'n-'"-^" f Ii IJJi •|M** iMHtar a ItoaaMi bt •"laaMiiMMaaMatMitfNnaMa. • MMM a a Ba aiaa* BaM an aa^ laMlw *, T. (tS., aaa, lUJ. 4 H. • ai • fcaa MMMI *i | ,„ rf talM iaaaa • haw 1 tr IT • MMaMirf mMI >a.WMa.,B,a a karliaaai,a. • T-^*n—' -i iiii U l, --"' • • • I 11 |j_ JL. *iaMaantawpMaM(imaMMMtal MMMM a MM UM. awMa a Otr^MMMMM AhMhMMMIwaiM M IM MMN JUBKUl aHliKI OOUai Of iM nail Of Nwaia. BI ANB loa 14. MMM NO. 0774* aataaaaMMMaa (laom a MM aaaaa prta. rrfalhalaaaaiaMBaMMMM* Til,! *m. Kll,* wm J,..*, n, ippp II, lft aiaa tiMMVaaMwr.Mfeawaa*i b Mi i Caaa^ No. IMB, l 1^^^ Mnadi WIM^aoaMBt a aa ta •BkiB M a^i Ma wta* a aa ip!^ • ate tat W a Mi i N^MM If iwoi.aaM.ia.iia.a-iM. Swap-MMaaacZS. • • ^•';^M.M.a.a • • ta.ai*7aiM.4ii.ia.i,iMa a-ttM.T7ajat4,ii.iiii,Tr* M-i.AM,ift.ftf^a-iirer, and once upon a time, while receiving a small sal.irv, I illian even spent her weekends making calls to place tourists who needed a place to sleep for the night. We have never betn so proud of calling a Bouldir (itv resident (now in Henderson) a friend. She rails everyone of us. this means hundreds of people 111 llen^lervin and Boulder < Itv, for our birthdays, anniversaries and al:.o whatever celebrated evi nl we are involved in. Her Christmas card is always the first to arrive. The edifice that we uould like to see named after I iliian Collins would he a building containing lhfifllres of the kind of people who worked for years to raise the necessary funds to have the Salk Vaccine developed. One volunteer numbered into thousands of thc-.illi.flf. Lillian Collins, fvnally resulted in a vaccine that has saved millions of children and adults from being crippled. It is a strange fact of life.that many parents hive dropped into the careless habit of not having their children protected with that miraculous injection. Lillian lives quietly and happily at the side of her husband of 53 years. It is hard to keep adding another year to her age but she is so proud of being alive that we always do when a birthdy arrives. Mavbe when she is 80 she will tell us her secret of longevity. To date she is too busy living and giving that one cannot pin her down. Lillian doesn't know about this salute to her contributions in so many wavs. It would take the entire paper to even touch her many posts as a volunteer. Her last job in Boulder Citv, even after the move to Henderson, was as a tiroker in her own offices. She looks back now to the low cost of any house in town It will never fail to astound her to see the prices of real estate today. Lillian ought to write a book about all of us who have known and loved her. She is vitally interested in everyone and reallv cares what happens to her friends. Mav she live to be a happy and hearty centenarian. Eorly day photograph of lay Coilint. S42 Fair Hf>dnon.

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HMdomn HMIM NW. Hendonen, Ncvodo STUDENTS LEARN OF THANKSGIVING Holidays are fun for most students and for various reasons. In Mrs. Houghland's Arst grade class the theme of Thanksgiving was used this year to teach the students, through participation of something to eat for Thanksgiving, a number of lessens concerning an appreciation of the mearning of the dty The class spent much time in November learning about the hardships of the Pilgrims, especially in regard to food. The students learned about planting crops for food, the difficulty of harvesting them, and then the problems of preparing them for food to be eaten. As a last step the children took part in preparLEGAL NOTKE LEGAL NOTKE Agenda January 2, 1979 7:00 P.M. Rtguiar Meeting — Henderson City Council Council Chamber — 243 Water Street I. CONFIRMATION OF POSTING II. CALL TO ORDER. ROLL C.\LL. PLEDGE OF .\LLEGIA.NCE AND INVOCATION III ACCEPTANCE OF AGENDA IV. CONSENT AGENDA 1 APPROVAL OF MINUTES Recessed Meeting 12-11-78: Committee Meeting 12 11-78 2 BUSINESS LICENSES: APPROVAL ACTION REQUIRED (a) SPEC, INC dba LUCKY'S, 124 Market Street. Restaurant Liquor lb) Walter Gardner, dba BINGO BARN. 1545 N Boulder Highway. Request to place three (3) 21 GAMES, First Quarter. 1979 (c) Gene Munari • .Additional Licensee on Existing License for New Drug Store Tavern, 128 Market. Henderson (d) Lawrence R Munroe, Manager. Skaggs Liquor Dept. 154 Boulder Highway, Henderson (e) Approval for Retail Beverage (Beer Wine) License and 2 Slot Machines. Harold Gerrish dba TOPS MARKET, Moving Busi ness to 10 West Pacific (f) Permission for Automatic Amusements to (move) License for 25'Slot Machine, TOPS MARKET, to 10 West Pacific 3 FINAL MAP, GREENWAY GARDENS UNIT .VO. 5 — Consisting of 35 lots on 8 plus Acres located in Section 30ofrTamarackand Skyline Drive ,\ction required APPROVAL 4. FINAL MAP GREEN VALLEY EAST ^.A Rcsubdivision consisting of 17 lots on 3 45 acres in Section 5, Paradise Mesa. Action required APPROVAL 5 ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW CONSUMER APPLIANCES SIGN Located at 118 E. Lake Mead Drive .Action required: APPROVAL V NEW BUSINESS 1. PLANNING COMMISSION MINUTES of December 20. 1978 (a) REVISED MINOR SUBDIVISION, Elmer Shiles. 5 Mallory Street, Henderson. Minor Subdivision consisting of 9 lots on 4 5 ^acres in Section 27 off Foothills Drive and Wagonwheel Drive (b) V-3 78. From Planning Commission Meeting ofl2-6-78: VARIANCE to Front Yard Setback from 25' to 15', 1945 Bearden and 1944 Merze Streets Petitioners John Gior dam, 5701 Boulder Highway. Las Vegas, and Tom Hanna, 3955 Algonquin, No 214, Las Vegas 2 BUSINESS LICENSE: Mr. James H Carden, Owner. Townhouse Cocktail Lounge, 39 Water Street, Henderson, Tentative Approval of Pending Approvals of Building and Health Departments 3. BLACK MOUNTAIN GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB — Consideration tor Renewal of Agreement 4 BfLL NO 186 ORDINANCE TO REQUIRE AUTOM.ATIC FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEMS IN CONNECTION WITH ERECTION. CONSTRUCTION. ESTAB LISHMENT, ALTERATION ENLARGE MENT, REPAIR OR CONVERSION OF CERTAIN BUILDINGS OR STRUCTURES AMENDING ORDINANCE NOS. 586,608 and 610 (Revised) Read in title 5 BILL NO 189 ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINA.NCE NO 404 BY AMEND ING THE ZONING MAP TO RECLASSIFY „CERTALN REAL PROPERTY DESCRIBED AS A PORTION OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 33, T21S, R62E FROM R R (RURAL RESIDENCE DIS TRICT) TO TEH (TRAILER ESTATES WITH HORSES DISTRICT). Hacienda del Sol (Read in Title) 6 BILL NO 190 ORDINANCE TO REAUGN WARDS WITHIN THE CITY AC CORDING TO REGISTERED VOTERS AS DETERMINED AT THE CLOSE OF RE GISTRATION PRIOR TO EACH GENERAL STATE ELECTION, AS PROVIDED IN SEC TION 1 040, ARTICLE I. HENDERSON CITY CHARTER; AND REPEALING ORDI NANCE NO sen (READ IN TITLE) 7 BILL NO. 191 • ORDINANCE AMEND ING NMC CHAPTER 19 40 02 BY ADDING PROVISIONS PERMITTI.NG C 2 (GENERAL "COMMERCIAL DISTRICT) USES IN AN "M (INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT) ZONE AND PROVIDING OTHER MATTERS RELATED THERETO (READ IN TITLE) 8 RESOLUTION Expressing the Council's Support of Change in the Public Trust Law 9 REQUEST For Authoriiation To Go To Bid TELEPHONE SYSTEM 10. RECESS Meeting until January 8. 1919. ing refreshments for a Thanksgiving party and became very aware of how hard it is to make some foods that we accept as a matter of course instead of simply buying them at the store. Shown in the pictures are Mrs. Houghland and some of her students with their refreshments. LEGAL NOTKE Nona o wfuCAnoN foi I TO AfMOMun ne fwuc WAIS* ne n*n MVAM Dwll l7| N*. 1N7I 4n •( f*1imkt< int, imi OiMii M• ••^•••* •( WM Ve^M M^e ef Nvvsvs • • ipN II i Hw < • t K ttmm it 0 Ml •! • wMrf IM rf *• pUh MtM tocMvi 10. r Mt.. 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WM NI ha tfmmi fcwn •• w^aftfmHti laawa a< a aa paiM laaata^ HMn Mw IWW PWVi tartOT It, Tilt. 1*11. MO.t tM, •> al a paM h%m • M* MM CanM Mi MW at lay Manan 11haan(avMiM'1)'iri, aMMaa< 1411 M faal Waa< will ha <,—4 lac •a B awiii>ii IlM at aati |OT>. TIM aaMtni piM al ilmmttm ana IIOTI aa iifc u iiMiil a—aa liwlit 4MM *m im Nnh taOT It, Till, I til, atj. t M.. ar • piM IMB aM* MM T*^ ——> ^ mtt Umm It ham |.tl* ir w. • MM> i( iTwio iM fj.1 OMa al M PMIMNM • • St, 1*7* 0a af la pit! Wi JOTII. ItTt N-Bai.lt. I7IJOT 4,11, It. U, 1*7* NOna Of AMUCATWN KM fMMHMN TO AfPBOfMATI TM fMUC WAIVH Of TM SIAfI Of MVAM •w *l, l*7 Ni i**n taTrfOMtorl*n,HaMr> mdmtm lOTtaafliW u ii l liliilMi n MaaMii WaiaMateti I >PtW^1*04l a MM4 h d • palfc MM af • fcM OT Mt^Mfnaa^ • • • al • p* ^ cMaM MMMI na 1^% i^Rt aMMPR aH T ra, ij^ •. a a. rt • pifeM •M> ••** • M aM rf aiM iMtai M hMR t. sriTir a. • M> rf tnmtm.WmmiMkimmt*mmmHIBM-MI tfB Th vida it liwut ont-fifth largtr than tht violin. 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T.itt., a^M., a^a a M, at a paint Mam aMMi MM NWaamrrf lalM laalOT It, haan N. 4r ir W.. atMaaaa af ItU.tl Iaat WaM |iMp aiilhrMilaaliaMiha •ahOT apaiaa yaa Ihr MM taBrf MHMaaMiM In liM CMtMalnl. ./^ May ir t** I., a aM*i rf llia.47 hat. Waiw aM ha aaaM ht paaM anratMpal pvpaaa IMM Jaaaaty III M laMaaar Hit rf aaMi yaat. Roy end Lillian Coilint art shown looking at the Bonk of Nevada lodger. The occasion was th grand oponing of th now Bank of Nevada building in Beuldor City. The lodger has boon all but forgotten. It was stored in the former Bank of Nevad building on Ariiena St. Whan the attic was clearod out the treoturo wot publicly displayed for the celebration. Roy and Lillian orrived in 1943 when Roy wat employed a^ the Mcond monogor of the Bouldor City bonk. Bank of Nevada began in Boulder City. It was 1941, Nona Of AffucAiWN to* fwanMN TO AffBO f AII IM fUaUC WAIMI Of IM nAIS Of NWAM MC 11,1*71 BaMaiHMf DaMallaMi • Baill, Ifit I Jan. la. 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She rails everyone of us. this means hundreds of people 111 llen^lervin and Boulder < Itv, for our birthdays, anniversaries and al:.o whatever celebrated evi nl we are involved in. Her Christmas card is always the first to arrive. The edifice that we uould like to see named after I iliian Collins would he a building containing lhfifllres of the kind of people who worked for years to raise the necessary funds to have the Salk Vaccine developed. One volunteer numbered into thousands of thc-.illi.flf. Lillian Collins, fvnally resulted in a vaccine that has saved millions of children and adults from being crippled. It is a strange fact of life.that many parents hive dropped into the careless habit of not having their children protected with that miraculous injection. Lillian lives quietly and happily at the side of her husband of 53 years. It is hard to keep adding another year to her age but she is so proud of being alive that we always do when a birthdy arrives. Mavbe when she is 80 she will tell us her secret of longevity. To date she is too busy living and giving that one cannot pin her down. Lillian doesn't know about this salute to her contributions in so many wavs. It would take the entire paper to even touch her many posts as a volunteer. Her last job in Boulder Citv, even after the move to Henderson, was as a tiroker in her own offices. She looks back now to the low cost of any house in town It will never fail to astound her to see the prices of real estate today. Lillian ought to write a book about all of us who have known and loved her. She is vitally interested in everyone and reallv cares what happens to her friends. Mav she live to be a happy and hearty centenarian. Eorly day photograph of lay Coilint. S42 Fair Hf>dnon.

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Hndnen Horn* Nw and Beuld*r City Nw Thunday, Dtccmbtr 21, 1971 BewM*r City Ntw, Bowlder City, Nevada Thwradoy, DM*mbr 21, 1971 Pag* 10 From the Polite Blotter 0tc. 18: 10.32 .m.: Bu&ess alarm sounds at stal(j^. Officers respond, report phone company error. 12:42 p.m.: Caller reports runaway juvenile is at their residence. Officers pick up 15 year old female juvenile. 3:06 p.m.: Request for ambulance at Moore's Trailer Park. Rescue responds. 3:30 p.m.: Report of two bad checks received at local business. Third bad check also reported. 6:16 p.m .; Request for ambulance at B.C. Care Canter. Rescue responds. 9:28 p.m.; Report of group of juveniles standing on Nevada Highway creating traffic hazard. Officers respond, settle at scene. 11:51 p.m.; Report of person breaking and entering residence on Avenue D. Officers respond. Subject liter apprehended and taken into custody. Dec. 19; 11:37 .m.: Report of theft on Rawhide. Report taken. 1:57 p.m. Report of vehicle being shot while on GOOD WITH VANS COUPON WESTCLOX Alarm Clocks ELECTRIC OR KEYWOUND YOUR CHOICE OF OUR COMPLETE STOCK y GOOD WITH VANS COUPON I Bulova Watches I ELECTRIC 'I DIGITAL I WIND-UP i I _-^_,_ GOOD WITH VANS COUPON {Christmas Cards I BUY NOW FOR NEXT YEAR ^ I /Z PRICE \ GOOD WITH VANS COUPON Anocin FAST PAIN RELIEF HEADACHE BODYACHE NEURALGIA 50 TABLETS I GOOD WITH VAN'S COUPON 1 Vitamin C 5 500 MGS I WITH ROSE HIPS I 100 TABLETS I 3.50 vaiu I GOOD WITHTTNTCOTTPO^" i Abdec Teens I CHRISTMAS GOOD WITH VANS COUPON i^ji'Wrapping Paper CHRISTMAS NAPKINS & CUPS ^: I =^ GOOD WITH VANS COUPON Tylenol FOR THE MILLIONS WHO SHOULD NOT TAKE ASPIRIN 50 TABLETS M GOOD WITH VANS COUPON Kaopectate FOR RELIEF OF DIARRHEA 18 OZ. Br*^ GOOD WITH VANS COUPON Lubriderm Lotion I FOR DRY SKIN CARE 16 OZ. -^^:^'^' GOOD WITH VANS COUPON Eveready Botterles li .99 : 9-VOLT TRANSISTOR BATTERY s JM J 9-VOLT HEAVY DUTY |,43 H 1,5 VOLT ALKALINE CELLS nfl Ik ^"'ToorwifH~N?Co7pO^"'*^^ ll DISPOSABLE BUTANE UGHTERS I Bic Lighters j FLICKA-BIC!! ^ only I GOOD WITH VANS COUPON I Vitamin E 400 UNITS I NATURAL D-ALPHA TOCOPHEROL I 100 CAPSULES i ^ only It I GOO^WITHTANTCOUPO"*^^^*'^ I Agree Shompoo I HELPS STOP THE GREASIES J BETWEEN SHAMPOOS I 12 OZ. only 1.49 GOOD WITH VANS COUPON I Stereo Albums I YOUR SELECTIONS I All 7.98 Albumi Rog. 5.98 t NOW ONLY 4J8l I GOOD WITH VANS COUPON I LEE Nailf LONG LASTING NATURAL LOOKING I BRUSH ON ARTIFICIAL NAILS \ 5.99 voluo 3.99 -GOOD WITH VANS COUPON Cellogen I BEAUTY IS AGELESS ... BEAUTY IS CARE J DOROTHY GRAY I MOISTURIZING CREAM I WITH VITAMIN A HORMONES ^4 0Z §) Dorothy OraylKeciars"'"^ ii 11 I I SKIN CARE SAMPLES FOR TRIAL AND TRAVEL 2 Minute Magic 2 oz. Orange Flower Skin Freshener 2 oi. V%iir on -lor. four I Cleansing Ix)tion • 2 oz. LOJ^ rmssmmB-^ GOOD WITH VAN'S COUPON Dristan Nasal Mist '\>s: pONGESTANT "IHISTAMINIC .lEVES SINUS CONGESTION tOLDS DISTRESS i-L. OZ. only ^ I Essential Moisture Lition 1 oz. Cleansing Ix)tion • 2 oz. #k^l* Skin Freshener 2 oz VOOICO % j^puture Crearn^wrth Vitamin ^ J^^^— ^00?WlfH"N?C0UP0**"^^*^1 Houblgant Specials Chontllly YSz'"" '"'" '^^"^'' 3-75 Hond A iody Lotion isoz 3.00 "Mutk" 4 0Z 3.00 YAirS NEVADA DRUG • 1220 Arizona St. Boulder City, Nev. V 293-4911 > NEVER KNOWINGLY UNDERSOLD ^ WE MEET All PRICES BRING IN ANY AD OR COUPON WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO IIMIT QUANTITIES Denver Street. Police respond, interrogtte two mile juveniles who admit to shooting with wrist rocket. 1:33 p.m.; Lynn Neal booked on charges of rape, robbery, burglary involving B.C. resident. 6:3iS p.m.; Request to assist out-of-state caller in delivering message to local resident. Done* .^.^ Dec.' 20; 12:26 .m.; Request to assist Metro in search for missing car. 8:09 a.m.; Report of dog at large on Red Mountain Drive. Animal Control to handle. 12:36 p.m.; Report of fire on Mancha Drive. Rre, rescue, police respond. 2:17 p.m.; Report of non-injury accident at Mobil Station. Reports taken. 3:07 p.m.; Request for ambulance at Care Center. Rescue handles. 7:40 p.m.; Report of bike theft at Recreation Center. 8 p.m.; Request to assist at local service station reference customer with credit cards but no cash. Settled. 8:40 p.m.; Henderson PD advises person wanted on warrant here is in custody. Officer sent to pick up. 9:06 p.m.; Report of two vehicle accident at Railroad Pass. Fire and rescue respond. 11:19 p.m.; Report of two Santas soliciting here without permit. Officers unable to locate. Dec. 21; 8:15 .m.; Business alarm sounds at station. Officers respond, report false alarm. 11:44 a.m.; Request for ambulance at clinic. Rescue notified. 2:09 p.m.; Caller reports son's motorcycle stolen. 3:01 p.m. B.C. resident calls LV operator stating they had taken overdose of pills. B.C. police and rescue notified, responds. 3:56 p.m.; Report of gas skip at local service station. Subject returns but has no money. Settled at station. 4:09 p.m.; Report of non-injury accident on Nevada Highway. Reports taken. 5 p.m.; Report of car parked at California, Wyoming with lights left on. Unable to locate owner. 5:30 p.m.; Request to check airport for overdue aircraft. Done. Not here. 10:49 p.m.; Resident reports his vehicle-sideswiped by hit-run driver. Registration noted, checked. Driver stopped, citation issued. Dec. 22; 12:24 .m.; Dam security reports vehicle heading this way without plates. Henderson PD spots but vehicle eludes them. Nevada Highway Patrol to handle. 12:45 a.m.; Report of vehicle smashing into window of 7-11 store on Nevada Highway. Driver issued citation for faulty equipment. 9:45 a.m.; Impound notice placed on vehicle on Foothill Drive. 8:18 p.m.; Request for officer at 7-11 on Nevada Highway to keep the peace. Done. 9:58 p.m.; Report person slumped over wheel of vehicle In Safeway Parking lot. ^ Rescue ai^d police: respond, report person '. O.K. Dec. 23; 12:24 .m.;._/ Report of loud music on Colorado. Settled. 2:31 a.m.; Wire reported down in aUey behind library. Phone Company reports they placed line there tostring in a.m. 9:10 a.m.;-^ Report of water coming -; out of manhole at Utah^. and Avenue M. 10:5S;: a.m.; Request for ambulv^ ance at B.C. Inn. Rescueresponds. 11:33 -a.m.;' Report of bike stolem 1:15 p.m.; Report of hunting;" knife stolen. 4:09 p.m.;: Report resident of Petrie'^ Trailer Park setting fire to' trailer. Officer responds, reports no fire. 4:36 p.m.jReport of vehicle speeding on Avenue B. Stopped on Utah. Citation issued 16 year old male juvenile on citizen complaint. 5:07 p.m.; Request for ambulance on Avenue I. Rescue. responds. 6:42 p.m.; Report of Santa soliciting without permit. Gone on police arrival. 8:46 p.m.; Request to assist tourist at local motel who locked themselvers out of car. Assistance rendered 9:21 p.m.; Request officer to assist in domestic problem. Done. 11 .32 j p.m.; Report of two juven; iles riding skateboards on -' California. Police unable to locate. Dec. 24; a.m.; Routine traffic stop results in holding driver wanted by Henderson PD on failure to appear charge Hen.• derson picks up. • 1:22 -' a.m.; Report of loud music • • and noise in alley behind 9th Street. Gone on police arrival. 1:23 a.m.; Report ^ from Utah resident of drunks running around bouse. Settled. 11:08 a.m.; Caller reports dog barking for eight hours on Avenue K. Officer '. responds but hears no barking dog. 3:33 a.m.; Report of break-in at local,-'. business. Investigation ; underway. 1:43 p.m.; Request for ambulance on Avenue B. Rescue notified. 4:02 p.m.; Report of hydrant knocked over at Fifth and Utah. City notified. 4:12 p.m.; Report of non-injury '_. accident at San Felipe.' Garnet. Citationfor :' careless driving issued to .;, 16 year old male "j juvenile. 5:57 p.m.; Report of camper on Are at Goldstrike. Fire Dept. • responds. 8:56 p.m.; Report of suspicious vehicle on Becky. Dorothy. Gone on police arrival. 10:32 p.m.; Wyoming resident rsports eggs thrown on house. ', 11:55 p.m.; Resident -reports hearing ttrtngt "^^ sounds at Hillside resi. dence where occupants v. are away. Officers !*i respond, report all is O.K. >' LAKE MEAD MARINA'S NEW YEARS EVE PARn Lake Mead Marina's Nautical Restaurant will be open December 3lBt to bring in the New Year. Uke Mead Marina is proud to announce that the lovely and talented Tyler Murrya Tflll be appearinf. Ms. Murray has appeared at the Sahara Hotel, Sands. Marriott and has made guest ap'^ pcrances on Starsky and Hutch, Hawaii Fiva^O and the Detective Story. > The fun begins at 9 am. with Hor d'oeuvres .. and coctails. With th .Z dellfhtfttl atttiBf of ^ Ule Wead wittt a |wr^ way to bring in tbt Ntw Year. Please call Lak* Mead Marina for raer vations. ?•??; RRRfIMIimi(9Vm]^^ PRICES ffFECnVE December 28,1978 thru January 3,1979 UO DUNBAit'S Central Market 'PH. 2SW13 mi Amu St, BOUUBT Gtf USDA CHOICE m r HOURS: J 8T0 8Mon. THRU SAT. 8-6 SUNDAY PH. 293^213 ^ IBONaESS RoqndStcak 1 ib. ISwiss Steak 1 ib. (BONE IN) MORREIL WH0l£l.59lb. New York Steaks 3.89,3 iio.o <*^ [Ttop Sirloin Steaks2.79u, Hams Bun HAW 1.39ib i^ —5 :— zr^=i ^^^^^^t 7.Boiie Roast 1.49 O-Bone Roast 1.69 BONELESS RUMP OR Sirloin Tip Roast 2.09iB I Freezer Package 5 Ifi ROUND STEAK 5 IBS SWISS STEAK I 5 LBS CUBE STEAK ~ S LBS CHUCK ROAST 5 LBS GROUND CHUCK 5 LBS STEW MEAT 30 LBS '49.99 IIMD Bar-B-Q CHICKENS 1.69 IB tuU PORK RIBS2.79iB BvQ BEEF RIBS 1.9S LB Freezer Specials Vi Beef ____^ 1.15 lb. I Hind Quarter 1.351b. Front Quarter .95ib.i WHOlf New York Strip 2.98 lb. Pork Loin 1.29 lb. angcfincs3lbs.l,0 Navel Oranges .29lb. ea. Celery ,39 Ayocados .39 ea. s s CentraFs Grocery Specials DOXSS CLAMS Mmcai OR CHOPPB) Clams ^^ :69 MJB Coffee ALIGRMOS 1 LB CAN 2.49 MieStafflng Pltis CHICKB\I OR HERB h BUTTER FIAVOR5 0Z 59 ueWildIUGe> .69 „ JADRY CLUB SODA TOM COUNSTONIC Mixers 5^p .43 3 MINUTE BRAND YBJLOW Popcorn 21& BAG t49 APPiAN WAY Pizza My CHEESE „ -p THICK ca''. 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Hndnen Horn* Nw and Beuld*r City Nw Thunday, Dtccmbtr 21, 1971 BewM*r City Ntw, Bowlder City, Nevada Thwradoy, DM*mbr 21, 1971 Pag* 10 From the Polite Blotter 0tc. 18: 10.32 .m.: Bu&ess alarm sounds at stal(j^. Officers respond, report phone company error. 12:42 p.m.: Caller reports runaway juvenile is at their residence. Officers pick up 15 year old female juvenile. 3:06 p.m.: Request for ambulance at Moore's Trailer Park. Rescue responds. 3:30 p.m.: Report of two bad checks received at local business. Third bad check also reported. 6:16 p.m .; Request for ambulance at B.C. Care Canter. Rescue responds. 9:28 p.m.; Report of group of juveniles standing on Nevada Highway creating traffic hazard. Officers respond, settle at scene. 11:51 p.m.; Report of person breaking and entering residence on Avenue D. Officers respond. Subject liter apprehended and taken into custody. Dec. 19; 11:37 .m.: Report of theft on Rawhide. Report taken. 1:57 p.m. Report of vehicle being shot while on GOOD WITH VANS COUPON WESTCLOX Alarm Clocks ELECTRIC OR KEYWOUND YOUR CHOICE OF OUR COMPLETE STOCK y GOOD WITH VANS COUPON I Bulova Watches I ELECTRIC 'I DIGITAL I WIND-UP i I _-^_,_ GOOD WITH VANS COUPON {Christmas Cards I BUY NOW FOR NEXT YEAR ^ I /Z PRICE \ GOOD WITH VANS COUPON Anocin FAST PAIN RELIEF HEADACHE BODYACHE NEURALGIA 50 TABLETS I GOOD WITH VAN'S COUPON 1 Vitamin C 5 500 MGS I WITH ROSE HIPS I 100 TABLETS I 3.50 vaiu I GOOD WITHTTNTCOTTPO^" i Abdec Teens I CHRISTMAS GOOD WITH VANS COUPON i^ji'Wrapping Paper CHRISTMAS NAPKINS & CUPS ^: I =^ GOOD WITH VANS COUPON Tylenol FOR THE MILLIONS WHO SHOULD NOT TAKE ASPIRIN 50 TABLETS M GOOD WITH VANS COUPON Kaopectate FOR RELIEF OF DIARRHEA 18 OZ. Br*^ GOOD WITH VANS COUPON Lubriderm Lotion I FOR DRY SKIN CARE 16 OZ. -^^:^'^' GOOD WITH VANS COUPON Eveready Botterles li .99 : 9-VOLT TRANSISTOR BATTERY s JM J 9-VOLT HEAVY DUTY |,43 H 1,5 VOLT ALKALINE CELLS nfl Ik ^"'ToorwifH~N?Co7pO^"'*^^ ll DISPOSABLE BUTANE UGHTERS I Bic Lighters j FLICKA-BIC!! ^ only I GOOD WITH VANS COUPON I Vitamin E 400 UNITS I NATURAL D-ALPHA TOCOPHEROL I 100 CAPSULES i ^ only It I GOO^WITHTANTCOUPO"*^^^*'^ I Agree Shompoo I HELPS STOP THE GREASIES J BETWEEN SHAMPOOS I 12 OZ. only 1.49 GOOD WITH VANS COUPON I Stereo Albums I YOUR SELECTIONS I All 7.98 Albumi Rog. 5.98 t NOW ONLY 4J8l I GOOD WITH VANS COUPON I LEE Nailf LONG LASTING NATURAL LOOKING I BRUSH ON ARTIFICIAL NAILS \ 5.99 voluo 3.99 -GOOD WITH VANS COUPON Cellogen I BEAUTY IS AGELESS ... BEAUTY IS CARE J DOROTHY GRAY I MOISTURIZING CREAM I WITH VITAMIN A HORMONES ^4 0Z §) Dorothy OraylKeciars"'"^ ii 11 I I SKIN CARE SAMPLES FOR TRIAL AND TRAVEL 2 Minute Magic 2 oz. Orange Flower Skin Freshener 2 oi. V%iir on -lor. four I Cleansing Ix)tion • 2 oz. LOJ^ rmssmmB-^ GOOD WITH VAN'S COUPON Dristan Nasal Mist '\>s: pONGESTANT "IHISTAMINIC .lEVES SINUS CONGESTION tOLDS DISTRESS i-L. OZ. only ^ I Essential Moisture Lition 1 oz. Cleansing Ix)tion • 2 oz. #k^l* Skin Freshener 2 oz VOOICO % j^puture Crearn^wrth Vitamin ^ J^^^— ^00?WlfH"N?C0UP0**"^^*^1 Houblgant Specials Chontllly YSz'"" '"'" '^^"^'' 3-75 Hond A iody Lotion isoz 3.00 "Mutk" 4 0Z 3.00 YAirS NEVADA DRUG • 1220 Arizona St. Boulder City, Nev. V 293-4911 > NEVER KNOWINGLY UNDERSOLD ^ WE MEET All PRICES BRING IN ANY AD OR COUPON WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO IIMIT QUANTITIES Denver Street. Police respond, interrogtte two mile juveniles who admit to shooting with wrist rocket. 1:33 p.m.; Lynn Neal booked on charges of rape, robbery, burglary involving B.C. resident. 6:3iS p.m.; Request to assist out-of-state caller in delivering message to local resident. Done* .^.^ Dec.' 20; 12:26 .m.; Request to assist Metro in search for missing car. 8:09 a.m.; Report of dog at large on Red Mountain Drive. Animal Control to handle. 12:36 p.m.; Report of fire on Mancha Drive. Rre, rescue, police respond. 2:17 p.m.; Report of non-injury accident at Mobil Station. Reports taken. 3:07 p.m.; Request for ambulance at Care Center. Rescue handles. 7:40 p.m.; Report of bike theft at Recreation Center. 8 p.m.; Request to assist at local service station reference customer with credit cards but no cash. Settled. 8:40 p.m.; Henderson PD advises person wanted on warrant here is in custody. Officer sent to pick up. 9:06 p.m.; Report of two vehicle accident at Railroad Pass. Fire and rescue respond. 11:19 p.m.; Report of two Santas soliciting here without permit. Officers unable to locate. Dec. 21; 8:15 .m.; Business alarm sounds at station. Officers respond, report false alarm. 11:44 a.m.; Request for ambulance at clinic. Rescue notified. 2:09 p.m.; Caller reports son's motorcycle stolen. 3:01 p.m. B.C. resident calls LV operator stating they had taken overdose of pills. B.C. police and rescue notified, responds. 3:56 p.m.; Report of gas skip at local service station. Subject returns but has no money. Settled at station. 4:09 p.m.; Report of non-injury accident on Nevada Highway. Reports taken. 5 p.m.; Report of car parked at California, Wyoming with lights left on. Unable to locate owner. 5:30 p.m.; Request to check airport for overdue aircraft. Done. Not here. 10:49 p.m.; Resident reports his vehicle-sideswiped by hit-run driver. Registration noted, checked. Driver stopped, citation issued. Dec. 22; 12:24 .m.; Dam security reports vehicle heading this way without plates. Henderson PD spots but vehicle eludes them. Nevada Highway Patrol to handle. 12:45 a.m.; Report of vehicle smashing into window of 7-11 store on Nevada Highway. Driver issued citation for faulty equipment. 9:45 a.m.; Impound notice placed on vehicle on Foothill Drive. 8:18 p.m.; Request for officer at 7-11 on Nevada Highway to keep the peace. Done. 9:58 p.m.; Report person slumped over wheel of vehicle In Safeway Parking lot. ^ Rescue ai^d police: respond, report person '. O.K. Dec. 23; 12:24 .m.;._/ Report of loud music on Colorado. Settled. 2:31 a.m.; Wire reported down in aUey behind library. Phone Company reports they placed line there tostring in a.m. 9:10 a.m.;-^ Report of water coming -; out of manhole at Utah^. and Avenue M. 10:5S;: a.m.; Request for ambulv^ ance at B.C. Inn. Rescueresponds. 11:33 -a.m.;' Report of bike stolem 1:15 p.m.; Report of hunting;" knife stolen. 4:09 p.m.;: Report resident of Petrie'^ Trailer Park setting fire to' trailer. Officer responds, reports no fire. 4:36 p.m.jReport of vehicle speeding on Avenue B. Stopped on Utah. Citation issued 16 year old male juvenile on citizen complaint. 5:07 p.m.; Request for ambulance on Avenue I. Rescue. responds. 6:42 p.m.; Report of Santa soliciting without permit. Gone on police arrival. 8:46 p.m.; Request to assist tourist at local motel who locked themselvers out of car. Assistance rendered 9:21 p.m.; Request officer to assist in domestic problem. Done. 11 .32 j p.m.; Report of two juven; iles riding skateboards on -' California. Police unable to locate. Dec. 24; a.m.; Routine traffic stop results in holding driver wanted by Henderson PD on failure to appear charge Hen.• derson picks up. • 1:22 -' a.m.; Report of loud music • • and noise in alley behind 9th Street. Gone on police arrival. 1:23 a.m.; Report ^ from Utah resident of drunks running around bouse. Settled. 11:08 a.m.; Caller reports dog barking for eight hours on Avenue K. Officer '. responds but hears no barking dog. 3:33 a.m.; Report of break-in at local,-'. business. Investigation ; underway. 1:43 p.m.; Request for ambulance on Avenue B. Rescue notified. 4:02 p.m.; Report of hydrant knocked over at Fifth and Utah. City notified. 4:12 p.m.; Report of non-injury '_. accident at San Felipe.' Garnet. Citationfor :' careless driving issued to .;, 16 year old male "j juvenile. 5:57 p.m.; Report of camper on Are at Goldstrike. Fire Dept. • responds. 8:56 p.m.; Report of suspicious vehicle on Becky. Dorothy. Gone on police arrival. 10:32 p.m.; Wyoming resident rsports eggs thrown on house. ', 11:55 p.m.; Resident -reports hearing ttrtngt "^^ sounds at Hillside resi. dence where occupants v. are away. Officers !*i respond, report all is O.K. >' LAKE MEAD MARINA'S NEW YEARS EVE PARn Lake Mead Marina's Nautical Restaurant will be open December 3lBt to bring in the New Year. Uke Mead Marina is proud to announce that the lovely and talented Tyler Murrya Tflll be appearinf. Ms. Murray has appeared at the Sahara Hotel, Sands. Marriott and has made guest ap'^ pcrances on Starsky and Hutch, Hawaii Fiva^O and the Detective Story. > The fun begins at 9 am. with Hor d'oeuvres .. and coctails. With th .Z dellfhtfttl atttiBf of ^ Ule Wead wittt a |wr^ way to bring in tbt Ntw Year. Please call Lak* Mead Marina for raer vations. ?•??; RRRfIMIimi(9Vm]^^ PRICES ffFECnVE December 28,1978 thru January 3,1979 UO DUNBAit'S Central Market 'PH. 2SW13 mi Amu St, BOUUBT Gtf USDA CHOICE m r HOURS: J 8T0 8Mon. THRU SAT. 8-6 SUNDAY PH. 293^213 ^ IBONaESS RoqndStcak 1 ib. ISwiss Steak 1 ib. (BONE IN) MORREIL WH0l£l.59lb. New York Steaks 3.89,3 iio.o <*^ [Ttop Sirloin Steaks2.79u, Hams Bun HAW 1.39ib i^ —5 :— zr^=i ^^^^^^t 7.Boiie Roast 1.49 O-Bone Roast 1.69 BONELESS RUMP OR Sirloin Tip Roast 2.09iB I Freezer Package 5 Ifi ROUND STEAK 5 IBS SWISS STEAK I 5 LBS CUBE STEAK ~ S LBS CHUCK ROAST 5 LBS GROUND CHUCK 5 LBS STEW MEAT 30 LBS '49.99 IIMD Bar-B-Q CHICKENS 1.69 IB tuU PORK RIBS2.79iB BvQ BEEF RIBS 1.9S LB Freezer Specials Vi Beef ____^ 1.15 lb. I Hind Quarter 1.351b. Front Quarter .95ib.i WHOlf New York Strip 2.98 lb. Pork Loin 1.29 lb. angcfincs3lbs.l,0 Navel Oranges .29lb. ea. Celery ,39 Ayocados .39 ea. s s CentraFs Grocery Specials DOXSS CLAMS Mmcai OR CHOPPB) Clams ^^ :69 MJB Coffee ALIGRMOS 1 LB CAN 2.49 MieStafflng Pltis CHICKB\I OR HERB h BUTTER FIAVOR5 0Z 59 ueWildIUGe> .69 „ JADRY CLUB SODA TOM COUNSTONIC Mixers 5^p .43 3 MINUTE BRAND YBJLOW Popcorn 21& BAG t49 APPiAN WAY Pizza My CHEESE „ -p THICK ca''. 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Hancknon Hm Newt and Beuldr City Nw Page 12 Thursday, Deseri Inn Road) 385-2222 3500 West Sahara Avenue (corner Valley View Dnve) 385-2222 • Home Office Htndtrsen Horn* Ntws and Bouldtr City Nwt NIC Announces Dividend to Employees John Reiser, Chairman of the Nevada Industrial Commission, announced today that the Nevada Industrial Commission has declared a $20,000,000 experience dividend payable to NIC policyholders who have been successful in controlling on the job accidents and in returning injured workers to productive employment. The dividend will be distributed following evaluation of individual policyholder claim loss experience through the close of the present fiscal year June 30,1979. Reiser added, "I believe the NIC experience is unique in the workers compensation insurance field." This type of insurance has been a losing line for insurance carriers nationwide. The industry history for the past few years has been rate increase after rate increase as insurance companies attempted to eliminate underwriting losses. The last premium rate level increase in Nevada occurred on July 1,1976. The 1976 rate level was unchanged for two years, until July 1,1978. It was then reduced by 3 percent. The remarkable experience of the NIC is the result of a long term effort which was ini t iated by Gove r nor M i ke O'Callaghan in his message to the 57th Session of the Legislature in 1973. At that time, he urged the Legislature to add rehabilitation to the workers compensation program with these words: "The benefits of effective rehabilitation are well known to the medical profession. Early and strenuous therapy can prevent an injury from becoming a permanent disability. By adopting such a program, I am convinced the State would save many thousands of dollars that are now being paid on a long term basis to the disabled. Equally important would be the impact on the injured worker who could return to his job with a feeling of pride, satisfaction and accomplishment." The 1973 Legislature enacted O'Callaghan's workers compensation program. The long term benefits that he had envisioned are reflected in the 1977 78 premium rate levels and most dramatically in the $20,000,000 dividend to policyholders. "We at the NIC are proud of this accomplishment, but it came about only because the Governor and the Legislature had the foresight to provide the agency with the tools and flexibility to enable it to perform". Reiser stated. Free Tax Seminar For Area Tax Preparers The Internal Revenue Service is conducting a free seminar on new tax laws for area taxpreparers on Thursday, January 4. 1979. In addition to the new tax legislation, preparers will be provided information about the sale of residence by persons over 55. energy tax credit, tax practitioner penalty provisions and other tax topics. A question and answer period will follow. The program will be held in the ground level of the Las Vegas Clark County Library auditorium at 1401 E. Flamingo Road in Las Vegas. There is no co.st for the seminar, but seating is limited and persons wishing to attend are requested to make reservations by contacting Internal Revenue Service in Las Vegas. When making reservations, tax preparers may suggest specific topics they would like to have included in the presentation. M\iS\C Some pcopia contidar It good luck to hear bumin^ bay Uwet tnap. BASK READY MIX Sf RVINO HINNISOM tlOUlDWCITY lodio Oipotchd 7DAYSAWilK SATUtDAY A SUNDAY DEUVIIY Ntw Vowr Trvcksi 1 (dl 564.1119 The Food and Nutrition Service has announced that effective January 1, 1979, food stamp recipients will no longer have to pay for the purchase of their food stamps. ** Under the current Food Stamp Program most households participating have been required to pay something for their food stamp allotment in order to receive the bonus amount. Elimination of the purchase requirement means that participating households will receive For those households currently certified for food stamps through January, their ATP card for January will reflect this change. Other changes in the Food Stamp Program mandated by Federal Law are expected to be put into effect after March 1, 1979, and will be announced. For further information call your local Food Stamp Office or call this toll free number: 1-800-992-0900. w. ^11 PUgwmuS OWNERS'MERCHAHDISt NEW ARRIVALS Copperama Pictures • Hand-painted Purses Small World Special Occasion Cards (Nw lln from California) KIMBERLY ANN'S SIFTS 993 EMt SalMTi, SuKt E-9A M IllMil Ml Gm CMMH CM. mONE 73}.79M 10*7 ra. CloMd Sunday '\:-ii'^j k**^ SAHARA DAT8UN NEVADA'S LARGEST DATSUN DEALER SAHARA DATSUN i

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Hancknon Hm Newt and Beuldr City Nw Page 12 Thursday, Deseri Inn Road) 385-2222 3500 West Sahara Avenue (corner Valley View Dnve) 385-2222 • Home Office Htndtrsen Horn* Ntws and Bouldtr City Nwt NIC Announces Dividend to Employees John Reiser, Chairman of the Nevada Industrial Commission, announced today that the Nevada Industrial Commission has declared a $20,000,000 experience dividend payable to NIC policyholders who have been successful in controlling on the job accidents and in returning injured workers to productive employment. The dividend will be distributed following evaluation of individual policyholder claim loss experience through the close of the present fiscal year June 30,1979. Reiser added, "I believe the NIC experience is unique in the workers compensation insurance field." This type of insurance has been a losing line for insurance carriers nationwide. The industry history for the past few years has been rate increase after rate increase as insurance companies attempted to eliminate underwriting losses. The last premium rate level increase in Nevada occurred on July 1,1976. The 1976 rate level was unchanged for two years, until July 1,1978. It was then reduced by 3 percent. The remarkable experience of the NIC is the result of a long term effort which was ini t iated by Gove r nor M i ke O'Callaghan in his message to the 57th Session of the Legislature in 1973. At that time, he urged the Legislature to add rehabilitation to the workers compensation program with these words: "The benefits of effective rehabilitation are well known to the medical profession. Early and strenuous therapy can prevent an injury from becoming a permanent disability. By adopting such a program, I am convinced the State would save many thousands of dollars that are now being paid on a long term basis to the disabled. Equally important would be the impact on the injured worker who could return to his job with a feeling of pride, satisfaction and accomplishment." The 1973 Legislature enacted O'Callaghan's workers compensation program. The long term benefits that he had envisioned are reflected in the 1977 78 premium rate levels and most dramatically in the $20,000,000 dividend to policyholders. "We at the NIC are proud of this accomplishment, but it came about only because the Governor and the Legislature had the foresight to provide the agency with the tools and flexibility to enable it to perform". Reiser stated. Free Tax Seminar For Area Tax Preparers The Internal Revenue Service is conducting a free seminar on new tax laws for area taxpreparers on Thursday, January 4. 1979. In addition to the new tax legislation, preparers will be provided information about the sale of residence by persons over 55. energy tax credit, tax practitioner penalty provisions and other tax topics. A question and answer period will follow. The program will be held in the ground level of the Las Vegas Clark County Library auditorium at 1401 E. Flamingo Road in Las Vegas. There is no co.st for the seminar, but seating is limited and persons wishing to attend are requested to make reservations by contacting Internal Revenue Service in Las Vegas. When making reservations, tax preparers may suggest specific topics they would like to have included in the presentation. M\iS\C Some pcopia contidar It good luck to hear bumin^ bay Uwet tnap. BASK READY MIX Sf RVINO HINNISOM tlOUlDWCITY lodio Oipotchd 7DAYSAWilK SATUtDAY A SUNDAY DEUVIIY Ntw Vowr Trvcksi 1 (dl 564.1119 The Food and Nutrition Service has announced that effective January 1, 1979, food stamp recipients will no longer have to pay for the purchase of their food stamps. ** Under the current Food Stamp Program most households participating have been required to pay something for their food stamp allotment in order to receive the bonus amount. Elimination of the purchase requirement means that participating households will receive For those households currently certified for food stamps through January, their ATP card for January will reflect this change. Other changes in the Food Stamp Program mandated by Federal Law are expected to be put into effect after March 1, 1979, and will be announced. For further information call your local Food Stamp Office or call this toll free number: 1-800-992-0900. w. ^11 PUgwmuS OWNERS'MERCHAHDISt NEW ARRIVALS Copperama Pictures • Hand-painted Purses Small World Special Occasion Cards (Nw lln from California) KIMBERLY ANN'S SIFTS 993 EMt SalMTi, SuKt E-9A M IllMil Ml Gm CMMH CM. mONE 73}.79M 10*7 ra. CloMd Sunday '\:-ii'^j k**^ SAHARA DAT8UN NEVADA'S LARGEST DATSUN DEALER SAHARA DATSUN i

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M tnJtww Ham* Nw and lowldaf Chy Nawt Bevemh Annual Trophy Hsh Program Coining To A Close At least four largest fish records will be set this year in the Eleventh Trophy Fish Program conducted annually by Nevada Department of Fish and Game. Competition is open in 27 categories of native and exotic introduced species of fish with minimum weights established ranging from one-half pound for yellow perch to 20 pounds for striped bass. There are no n\inimum entrv' weights for smallmouth bass, golden and Dolly Varden trout or Arctic grayling to encourage a greater number of entries. •*To date. 132 entricsJiave been received covering 17 of the 27 different fish species with four existing state records tentatively broken so far." reports Bob Sumner. Warm Water Fisheries Staff Specialist. He said the new state records, if not topped by the Dec. 31 deadline, will be: striped bass S3 pounds two ounces caught by Vemon Wells of Henderson from the Colorado River below Davis Dam; northern pike • 27 ^pounds caught by Kelly* Maloperdos of East Ely from Coroins Lake; walleye 10 pounds caught by Mrs. Ken Darrah of Reno from Rye Patch Reservoir: Arctic grayling 15 ounces caught by George Delich of Carson City from DFesert Creek. Awards each year consist of trophy brass and hardwood plaques given to each person who catches a fish that exceeds an existing state record. Those who take the largest fish entered during the year in each category receive a special golden certificate. All who enter a fish that meet minimum weights receive a trophy certificate in recognition of their participation in the program. '•The trophy fish program was initiated in 1968, not only to recognize those who annually take large trophy sized fish, but also an additional method that provides the Department with information on native and exotic introduced fish species." In explaining other advantages of the program, Sumner said, "Since our biologists are often called in to verify species and take measurements of large fish, they have the opportunity to personally inspect the catch for overall condition and growth rate and to take stomach samples for food habits studies". "We believe the program has also been helpful in making our Ki9*14 angling public more aware of the many different fish species and exactly where these fish are found", Sumner said. • Sumner pointed out that the 1978 contest is not over and anglers still have the remainder of this nnonth to enter any fish they have caught or might take through December. Thunday, Dectntber 21, If 71 N#fHl#fi9n Nonw rMwt QUO BoulQ#r City rwws IS Thurday, Dtccmber 21, 1971 Indvidual Retirement Arrangement IIRAI Rollover Rv 1975-78 Internal Revenue Service announced today that taxpayers who received a lump sum of money from a retirement plan during 1975. 1976. 1977 or 1978. may now place only a portion of the money into an individual Retirement Arrangement (IRA). This; provision applies to tax years beginning after 1974. Previously individuals who wished to defer tax on the retirement distribution, were required to place the entire amount into an IRA. This provision also applies to a lump sum distribution received from a termination of a company's retirement plan. The make up rule permitting transfers from plans effect tax years which began prior to October 13, 1978. Individuals who wish to take advantage of this provision have until December 31,1978 to transfer all or a portion of the lump sum distribution to an IRA. We^easyi BankofNei^a MilErcM psid Mv QOinpoundcd <|uvtHry. FttlC Ptc arf Uli kmm wtt wmM m Pec 23,1954 III Meaory to Frank "Doc" Jeiison About th Man with th Long KMH Scyth* Pain racks the body. Misery fills the ey^s) Death haunts the doorway That leads to Paradise And Death is every stalking Hand in hand with age. Claiming love and laughter And wisdom of the sage. I'm on death's threshold And misery fills your eyes But I will call to you surely When I reach Paradise. Love will bridge eternity You will feel me gently cling Against your warm body And your heart will wing. Then wrap your love about me, Like a cloak it will cling. Let me sleep quietly Where the violets bloom in spring. Lolo B. JvnMHi AprillO, 11:00 p.m., 1978 mam WED. THRU SAT. DEC. 27TH THRU DEC. 30TH msMmb'm How Forttts Soften The Energy Crisis one ton of itcel require! the tummer it required 16 2,700 kilowttt-houn, and a percent leu energy for air ton of aluminum requires conditioning. Thii artiett Hm bt*H prtpared by GtorgnPueifie, the growth company interested in proUetint our naturol reourca 'YMiflnd youndf V hooked irfter the lint red. "y. -AMM4 CgnHtMtan PULP, PAPER AND OTHER USEFUL PRODUCTS ir madt from wood "itftpytri." Wood i* really a remarkable material. It'a relatively ewy to obtain. It doean't have to be gouged out of the earth or refined or mixed with other materiala. Another rcnurkabte thing about wood it that it'a renewable. Soon after it ia Uken from the forest, new trees begin to coer the harvested ara. In fact, it ia the only renewable building material. Conversion of wood from raw material to Tinithed building producta requires very little energy: it takes about 430 kilowatt-hours of electricity to produce a ton of lumber; production of 17,000 kilowatt-hours. Naar-Ptrfact Building Mattrial Because wood ia so flexible yet atrong, it ia an excellent construction material in areas of high winda and earthquakes. Watti a Fud Companies that produce vrood and wood producta derived from it can UM nuny wood residues aa fuel. 'niis reduces the drain on natural gas, coal and oil—u well as on electrical energy. By itaelf. wood can't eliminate ahortagea in foaail fuel and electrical energy. It can't yet pull the teeth of the energy crisia. But it certainly can help aoftcn th bite. ^Bravura actkigby Laurence Olvler, Gregory Peck and lames Mason. THE ONLY RENEWABLE BUILDING MATERIAL it wood. Naw trats loon begin to coar a harvastad araa. What'a more, wood insulates better than other common building material: six times better than bnck, IS timaa better than conaeU and 1,770 times better than aluminum. In a recent test comparing wood frame and maaonry homes of the same size, the wood-frame home used 23 percent leas heat energy in the winter. In 'Superb performances... Gregory Peck and Laurence Olvler seem assured of Oscar nofflhMtlons. -on* brreti infBef. 'A suspense thiikr... Laurence Olvier b Staggeringly good." / Brfnjtftl Drew, Cinnl NwV>pn WOOD'S FLEXIBILITY AND STRENGTH maka It an axeallant oomtrtiction ntatarial. 19 WATER ST. 565-SNAP BoAfcPluiia "HAVE A HAPPY NEW YEAR!" WE HAVE THE SONAR ONESTEP CAMERA T-88 FILM Buy 3 and Get One FREE (FITS THE SQUARE SHOOTER CAMERA) Instant passport pictures. .^. We also Carry a fine assortment of All Polaroid iFilm! We Hove The Photo Albums For Instant Photo PicturesI Flattering passport picturss, in full color, InjustMsseonds. wnan It oxnes to your passport. It really makes sns to travel first class And you can -*^t^ tjeautn fui.ootorpasaponptcluras wa can fflito tor you mamattarofmmulasNa you wait. Our ntiani pnaportpcturasMy comply withttw new U S. Ptsspon regulations, and they're good lor other oNictal documanis. too Coma m toon Wblhalp speed you on yow way. THE BOYS FROM BRAZIL en. V V SK 1£W GRADC ricscMs A PIODUCU OROl PIOOUCnON GMCOmf PfCK and LAUUNU OUVKK and |AM(S MASON A FRANKUN |. SCNAHNUt niM -TNI BOYS niOMMAZIL" MdittnlngULiinUMU EMCMKC Producer ROMJtT RVU MuskbyjUOYCOlDSMnN Screcnptay by HEYWOOO COULD From die nowH by IRA L£VIN Produced by MARTIN nCMARDS andSIAMlYOTOOU DtrcdedbynMNKUNI.SCHAirNU A. ^NEXT AHRAaiON^ SMI., Moil., Tues. Dec. 31, Jon. 1, 2 joaEPNCiivfCPfcsBm MNiC ANTHONY HOPKie MfMUMGHET • MBIMBCnTM OlMim EXBCUTNE PNOOUCnCOBWaOON MUaCiyjBMYtnUlMTH SCKBMJKr RV WIMM QOUMAK BASED UPON MS NOm PNOOUCED BY JOKPN L tiVME AM) MCHMO P LEMC OaCCTCD RTIKHMD ATMCmyOH/ HOUDAY AAATINEE 2:00 P.M. EVERY DAY DEC. 23RD THRU JAN. 2ND EVERY SUNDAY 8:00 P.M. SENIOR CITIZENS ADMISSION — ONE DOUAR ^^^hfSH0WTIMES4 [SHOW NIGHTLY SUN. THRU THURS. AT 8:00 P.M. SHOWS EVERY FRI. I SAT. AT 7 9 P.M. MATINEE EVERY SAT. A SUN. AT 2:00 P.M. Adults ... $2.00 — Children ... Sl.OI ^m^ I. ; y ." ^ •CROSSWORD PUZZLE* ACROSS 1. Guided 4. Cushions B. Appliud 12. Wine ug 13. Tumuh 14. Aperture IS.mie 16. Too 17. Water pitcher 18. Ship's rear 20. Instead 22. A-1 flyer 24. Comforting 28. Reservoir 32. Foot lever 33.00 34. Go swiftly 36. Egos 37. Sullen 40. Confused 43. Netted 45. Turn right 46. Employs 48. Guide 52. Dwell unduly iColloq.) 55. 3our 57. Doomsday money 58. Century plint 59. Wicked 60. Insect egg 61. Talks much 62. Council 63. Perceive DOWN 1. Young girl 2. Send forth 3. De^ 4. Frisk about 5. Be ill 6 Amount prescrit)ed 7. Neck piece 6. Curd of milk 9. Far down 10. Beverage 11. By 19. Rodent 21. Plant juice 23. MisUke 25. Graven image 26. Wheel hub 27. Happy 28. Eccentric gears 29. Image of a saint 30. Portico 31. Hard-shelled fruit 35. Scold continually 38. Fleshy fruits 39. Affirmative 41. Snuggle 42. Procure 44 Hold back 47. Rescue 49. Eternities 50. Large lake 51. Price 52. Oil! crone 53. Wing 54. Steal from 56. Free bitroducing the Money Manager Account. (Yet another way we please the hard to please.) 2 3 1 4 s t 7 1 a t 10 II 12 13 14 15 le IT la It I 20 21 I^H 22 23 1 24 2S 2t fT n 2 30 31 I 32 u ^H M 35 3 37 a • I 40 41 42 3 44 1 I^H • 47 H4e 41 50 SI sz S3 M 1 ss 54 $7 9* s to tl *2 3 BOO UOQI] UQUn lacii!; iiDon aQDU HBUB aOHDH BBBD nQon Qina Answer to puzsle WINTER DRIYING TIPS If you're like mott people, you 'probably don't rtalizt how cold weather ctn affect the performance of your tirei. Every time the temperature dropt 10 depeei, your tire* loae a pound of air preuure, and underinflatlon cauaet dangerous excett wear. Underinflation can alio induce tire failure. Road checks reveal that at least one out of four cars is driving on serioualy underlnflated tires—4 or more pai below the vehicle manufacturer's recommendation. Check your tire pressure even more often in winter than you do the rest of the year-at the very least, once a month. Our customers demand more than ordinary banks can give. That's why they're our customers. We're always coming up with new and better banking services, like our Money Manager Account, to keep them coming back. What's a Money Manager Account? It's the best of both worlds: the convenience of a checking account, the interest of a savings account. It makes ycMir money make more money. You keep as much of your money as you want in your savings account, earning interest that's compounded and credited monthly Draw on your checking account as usual. When and if your checking balance hits zero, sufficient funds will automatically be transferred from your savings account to your checking account. So you won't be overdrawn and you won't lose out on interest. Come in and find out if our Money Manager Account is right for you. If not, one of our other checking or savings accounts will suit your needs. Bank of Nevada Because you won't settle for less. Member F.D.I.C. Another thing to check is your tire's "footprint"-the flattened section where the tread n>eeta the road. It can be eaiy to see in snow, dirt or mud. When that footprint is worn smooth—down to 1/16th of an inch or lea* tread depth, your tire is dangerous. Nearly 90 percent of tire trouble happens in the last 10 percent uf tread wear. If your tire* have nMrely worn off the original tread, they can be either retreadad or traded in for quality retreads. Retreads, like new tirea, must pass Faderal standards, but cost about half as much. Retraada are approved by the Federal AvUtion Administration and the Air Fore*. JCaaping an cy* oo your tire* ttiis winter can help raaka moft sure you can keep your car on tk* road. "Oiw iMn'i fautt ii I'l iMion." H. G MONTEREY POOLS May we take this opportunity to thank dl of our customers for a very successful year arxj wish them a nnost Merry Christmas & Happy New Yea. CXjr F>ledge for the new year is to fight inflation and offer our new customer the best pool at a fair, tvyiest and reasonable price. Merry Christmas Mr. Bob White, owner Ben Bruno, sales manager Good Till Dec. 31,78 POOL WITH INaUDES: 3 rMuim. 2SO.00O BTU LMTS hMtw 40 ft 9M Una mdudad SO ft. o fttdncal Mna FMicBON tquipiiwnt, pool phMiMng to 15' o( pool, otodt. oiMMat hook up. QFII bondlns. ^ SiHt Up Mfvlos, chiinicfllt, Initniclion 0 *^*"> *'*c ipa w/4 tt 2 hOfWpCMW PUMp • IMOlQf OFFICE 1325 VEGAS VALLEY DR. IONDaMICMB*14442 moM 731-S567 i

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M tnJtww Ham* Nw and lowldaf Chy Nawt Bevemh Annual Trophy Hsh Program Coining To A Close At least four largest fish records will be set this year in the Eleventh Trophy Fish Program conducted annually by Nevada Department of Fish and Game. Competition is open in 27 categories of native and exotic introduced species of fish with minimum weights established ranging from one-half pound for yellow perch to 20 pounds for striped bass. There are no n\inimum entrv' weights for smallmouth bass, golden and Dolly Varden trout or Arctic grayling to encourage a greater number of entries. •*To date. 132 entricsJiave been received covering 17 of the 27 different fish species with four existing state records tentatively broken so far." reports Bob Sumner. Warm Water Fisheries Staff Specialist. He said the new state records, if not topped by the Dec. 31 deadline, will be: striped bass S3 pounds two ounces caught by Vemon Wells of Henderson from the Colorado River below Davis Dam; northern pike • 27 ^pounds caught by Kelly* Maloperdos of East Ely from Coroins Lake; walleye 10 pounds caught by Mrs. Ken Darrah of Reno from Rye Patch Reservoir: Arctic grayling 15 ounces caught by George Delich of Carson City from DFesert Creek. Awards each year consist of trophy brass and hardwood plaques given to each person who catches a fish that exceeds an existing state record. Those who take the largest fish entered during the year in each category receive a special golden certificate. All who enter a fish that meet minimum weights receive a trophy certificate in recognition of their participation in the program. '•The trophy fish program was initiated in 1968, not only to recognize those who annually take large trophy sized fish, but also an additional method that provides the Department with information on native and exotic introduced fish species." In explaining other advantages of the program, Sumner said, "Since our biologists are often called in to verify species and take measurements of large fish, they have the opportunity to personally inspect the catch for overall condition and growth rate and to take stomach samples for food habits studies". "We believe the program has also been helpful in making our Ki9*14 angling public more aware of the many different fish species and exactly where these fish are found", Sumner said. • Sumner pointed out that the 1978 contest is not over and anglers still have the remainder of this nnonth to enter any fish they have caught or might take through December. Thunday, Dectntber 21, If 71 N#fHl#fi9n Nonw rMwt QUO BoulQ#r City rwws IS Thurday, Dtccmber 21, 1971 Indvidual Retirement Arrangement IIRAI Rollover Rv 1975-78 Internal Revenue Service announced today that taxpayers who received a lump sum of money from a retirement plan during 1975. 1976. 1977 or 1978. may now place only a portion of the money into an individual Retirement Arrangement (IRA). This; provision applies to tax years beginning after 1974. Previously individuals who wished to defer tax on the retirement distribution, were required to place the entire amount into an IRA. This provision also applies to a lump sum distribution received from a termination of a company's retirement plan. The make up rule permitting transfers from plans effect tax years which began prior to October 13, 1978. Individuals who wish to take advantage of this provision have until December 31,1978 to transfer all or a portion of the lump sum distribution to an IRA. We^easyi BankofNei^a MilErcM psid Mv QOinpoundcd <|uvtHry. FttlC Ptc arf Uli kmm wtt wmM m Pec 23,1954 III Meaory to Frank "Doc" Jeiison About th Man with th Long KMH Scyth* Pain racks the body. Misery fills the ey^s) Death haunts the doorway That leads to Paradise And Death is every stalking Hand in hand with age. Claiming love and laughter And wisdom of the sage. I'm on death's threshold And misery fills your eyes But I will call to you surely When I reach Paradise. Love will bridge eternity You will feel me gently cling Against your warm body And your heart will wing. Then wrap your love about me, Like a cloak it will cling. Let me sleep quietly Where the violets bloom in spring. Lolo B. JvnMHi AprillO, 11:00 p.m., 1978 mam WED. THRU SAT. DEC. 27TH THRU DEC. 30TH msMmb'm How Forttts Soften The Energy Crisis one ton of itcel require! the tummer it required 16 2,700 kilowttt-houn, and a percent leu energy for air ton of aluminum requires conditioning. Thii artiett Hm bt*H prtpared by GtorgnPueifie, the growth company interested in proUetint our naturol reourca 'YMiflnd youndf V hooked irfter the lint red. "y. -AMM4 CgnHtMtan PULP, PAPER AND OTHER USEFUL PRODUCTS ir madt from wood "itftpytri." Wood i* really a remarkable material. It'a relatively ewy to obtain. It doean't have to be gouged out of the earth or refined or mixed with other materiala. Another rcnurkabte thing about wood it that it'a renewable. Soon after it ia Uken from the forest, new trees begin to coer the harvested ara. In fact, it ia the only renewable building material. Conversion of wood from raw material to Tinithed building producta requires very little energy: it takes about 430 kilowatt-hours of electricity to produce a ton of lumber; production of 17,000 kilowatt-hours. Naar-Ptrfact Building Mattrial Because wood ia so flexible yet atrong, it ia an excellent construction material in areas of high winda and earthquakes. Watti a Fud Companies that produce vrood and wood producta derived from it can UM nuny wood residues aa fuel. 'niis reduces the drain on natural gas, coal and oil—u well as on electrical energy. By itaelf. wood can't eliminate ahortagea in foaail fuel and electrical energy. It can't yet pull the teeth of the energy crisia. But it certainly can help aoftcn th bite. ^Bravura actkigby Laurence Olvler, Gregory Peck and lames Mason. THE ONLY RENEWABLE BUILDING MATERIAL it wood. Naw trats loon begin to coar a harvastad araa. What'a more, wood insulates better than other common building material: six times better than bnck, IS timaa better than conaeU and 1,770 times better than aluminum. In a recent test comparing wood frame and maaonry homes of the same size, the wood-frame home used 23 percent leas heat energy in the winter. In 'Superb performances... Gregory Peck and Laurence Olvler seem assured of Oscar nofflhMtlons. -on* brreti infBef. 'A suspense thiikr... Laurence Olvier b Staggeringly good." / Brfnjtftl Drew, Cinnl NwV>pn WOOD'S FLEXIBILITY AND STRENGTH maka It an axeallant oomtrtiction ntatarial. 19 WATER ST. 565-SNAP BoAfcPluiia "HAVE A HAPPY NEW YEAR!" WE HAVE THE SONAR ONESTEP CAMERA T-88 FILM Buy 3 and Get One FREE (FITS THE SQUARE SHOOTER CAMERA) Instant passport pictures. .^. We also Carry a fine assortment of All Polaroid iFilm! We Hove The Photo Albums For Instant Photo PicturesI Flattering passport picturss, in full color, InjustMsseonds. wnan It oxnes to your passport. It really makes sns to travel first class And you can -*^t^ tjeautn fui.ootorpasaponptcluras wa can fflito tor you mamattarofmmulasNa you wait. Our ntiani pnaportpcturasMy comply withttw new U S. Ptsspon regulations, and they're good lor other oNictal documanis. too Coma m toon Wblhalp speed you on yow way. THE BOYS FROM BRAZIL en. V V SK 1£W GRADC ricscMs A PIODUCU OROl PIOOUCnON GMCOmf PfCK and LAUUNU OUVKK and |AM(S MASON A FRANKUN |. SCNAHNUt niM -TNI BOYS niOMMAZIL" MdittnlngULiinUMU EMCMKC Producer ROMJtT RVU MuskbyjUOYCOlDSMnN Screcnptay by HEYWOOO COULD From die nowH by IRA L£VIN Produced by MARTIN nCMARDS andSIAMlYOTOOU DtrcdedbynMNKUNI.SCHAirNU A. ^NEXT AHRAaiON^ SMI., Moil., Tues. Dec. 31, Jon. 1, 2 joaEPNCiivfCPfcsBm MNiC ANTHONY HOPKie MfMUMGHET • MBIMBCnTM OlMim EXBCUTNE PNOOUCnCOBWaOON MUaCiyjBMYtnUlMTH SCKBMJKr RV WIMM QOUMAK BASED UPON MS NOm PNOOUCED BY JOKPN L tiVME AM) MCHMO P LEMC OaCCTCD RTIKHMD ATMCmyOH/ HOUDAY AAATINEE 2:00 P.M. EVERY DAY DEC. 23RD THRU JAN. 2ND EVERY SUNDAY 8:00 P.M. SENIOR CITIZENS ADMISSION — ONE DOUAR ^^^hfSH0WTIMES4 [SHOW NIGHTLY SUN. THRU THURS. AT 8:00 P.M. SHOWS EVERY FRI. I SAT. AT 7 9 P.M. MATINEE EVERY SAT. A SUN. AT 2:00 P.M. Adults ... $2.00 — Children ... Sl.OI ^m^ I. ; y ." ^ •CROSSWORD PUZZLE* ACROSS 1. Guided 4. Cushions B. Appliud 12. Wine ug 13. Tumuh 14. Aperture IS.mie 16. Too 17. Water pitcher 18. Ship's rear 20. Instead 22. A-1 flyer 24. Comforting 28. Reservoir 32. Foot lever 33.00 34. Go swiftly 36. Egos 37. Sullen 40. Confused 43. Netted 45. Turn right 46. Employs 48. Guide 52. Dwell unduly iColloq.) 55. 3our 57. Doomsday money 58. Century plint 59. Wicked 60. Insect egg 61. Talks much 62. Council 63. Perceive DOWN 1. Young girl 2. Send forth 3. De^ 4. Frisk about 5. Be ill 6 Amount prescrit)ed 7. Neck piece 6. Curd of milk 9. Far down 10. Beverage 11. By 19. Rodent 21. Plant juice 23. MisUke 25. Graven image 26. Wheel hub 27. Happy 28. Eccentric gears 29. Image of a saint 30. Portico 31. Hard-shelled fruit 35. Scold continually 38. Fleshy fruits 39. Affirmative 41. Snuggle 42. Procure 44 Hold back 47. Rescue 49. Eternities 50. Large lake 51. Price 52. Oil! crone 53. Wing 54. Steal from 56. Free bitroducing the Money Manager Account. (Yet another way we please the hard to please.) 2 3 1 4 s t 7 1 a t 10 II 12 13 14 15 le IT la It I 20 21 I^H 22 23 1 24 2S 2t fT n 2 30 31 I 32 u ^H M 35 3 37 a • I 40 41 42 3 44 1 I^H • 47 H4e 41 50 SI sz S3 M 1 ss 54 $7 9* s to tl *2 3 BOO UOQI] UQUn lacii!; iiDon aQDU HBUB aOHDH BBBD nQon Qina Answer to puzsle WINTER DRIYING TIPS If you're like mott people, you 'probably don't rtalizt how cold weather ctn affect the performance of your tirei. Every time the temperature dropt 10 depeei, your tire* loae a pound of air preuure, and underinflatlon cauaet dangerous excett wear. Underinflation can alio induce tire failure. Road checks reveal that at least one out of four cars is driving on serioualy underlnflated tires—4 or more pai below the vehicle manufacturer's recommendation. Check your tire pressure even more often in winter than you do the rest of the year-at the very least, once a month. Our customers demand more than ordinary banks can give. That's why they're our customers. We're always coming up with new and better banking services, like our Money Manager Account, to keep them coming back. What's a Money Manager Account? It's the best of both worlds: the convenience of a checking account, the interest of a savings account. It makes ycMir money make more money. You keep as much of your money as you want in your savings account, earning interest that's compounded and credited monthly Draw on your checking account as usual. When and if your checking balance hits zero, sufficient funds will automatically be transferred from your savings account to your checking account. So you won't be overdrawn and you won't lose out on interest. Come in and find out if our Money Manager Account is right for you. If not, one of our other checking or savings accounts will suit your needs. Bank of Nevada Because you won't settle for less. Member F.D.I.C. Another thing to check is your tire's "footprint"-the flattened section where the tread n>eeta the road. It can be eaiy to see in snow, dirt or mud. When that footprint is worn smooth—down to 1/16th of an inch or lea* tread depth, your tire is dangerous. Nearly 90 percent of tire trouble happens in the last 10 percent uf tread wear. If your tire* have nMrely worn off the original tread, they can be either retreadad or traded in for quality retreads. Retreads, like new tirea, must pass Faderal standards, but cost about half as much. Retraada are approved by the Federal AvUtion Administration and the Air Fore*. JCaaping an cy* oo your tire* ttiis winter can help raaka moft sure you can keep your car on tk* road. "Oiw iMn'i fautt ii I'l iMion." H. G MONTEREY POOLS May we take this opportunity to thank dl of our customers for a very successful year arxj wish them a nnost Merry Christmas & Happy New Yea. CXjr F>ledge for the new year is to fight inflation and offer our new customer the best pool at a fair, tvyiest and reasonable price. Merry Christmas Mr. Bob White, owner Ben Bruno, sales manager Good Till Dec. 31,78 POOL WITH INaUDES: 3 rMuim. 2SO.00O BTU LMTS hMtw 40 ft 9M Una mdudad SO ft. o fttdncal Mna FMicBON tquipiiwnt, pool phMiMng to 15' o( pool, otodt. oiMMat hook up. QFII bondlns. ^ SiHt Up Mfvlos, chiinicfllt, Initniclion 0 *^*"> *'*c ipa w/4 tt 2 hOfWpCMW PUMp • IMOlQf OFFICE 1325 VEGAS VALLEY DR. IONDaMICMB*14442 moM 731-S567 i

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Haw Ji • • • ^ MAJ — u— ^ik klMAM Pa9l THunday, DK*mb*r 21, 17| GRADUATES FROM MISSOURI AUCTION SCHOOL Clothing Care A^mmti Darwin Bible. 673 7th Street, Boulder City, has just returned from Kansas City, Missouri, where he successfully completed the course in Auctioneering and Auction sales Management at the Missouri Auction School He received his diploma and the honorary title of Colonel along with men and women auctioneers from throughout the United States and Canada. The concentrated two week course is conducted by the Missouri .Auction School at the world's largest auction center in the Kansas City Stockyards. His training included lectures and work shops featuring prominent auctioneers from throughout America. He participated in selling numerous public auctions in Kansas City and nearby communities in Missouri and Kansas Subje'.ts covered included antique auctions, livestock, furniture, business liquidations, real estate, rare coin, auto, machinery, general merchandise, all types of estate auctions, and the rapid fire chant of the tobacco auctioneer. VELVET-THE ROYAL Smooth, luiurioui vflvct hat come a lon( way aince the dayi when it wii the choice of royalty for courtly robaa. Velvet haa moved into the forefront of fall and winter fabrtci for uae in every thini from evening wear to rainwear to caaual blizerr-for men u well aa women. Vflveta are woven from ailka, cotton* and syn thetici, each with it* own unique look. But varioua typea of velvet alie need a apecial kind of rare because of the uniqueneu of the fabric. The Textile Analyiii Ljboratoriet of the International Fabricarr Inatitute (IFI), the aiaociation of drycleanen and laundrrera, report* that moat velvet fabrici arc euily restored to food appearance in drycleaning uiing regular pro cdure for cleaning and (tain removal, followed by a steaming-bruahing technique for pile conditioning available at moat profesiional drycleaning eatablithmenis. They caution, however, that you take care of velvet garments, since permanent distortion can result from any preuure on the pile of some velvets when they are wet or damp. The royal families had to Uke even greater care than we do with their velveta. Today we have the ad vantage of spot, stain and crush-resistant Pinishes on many of our velvet gar menta. Velvets can be usrd even in rainwear with the application of watrrFABRIC FOR EVERYONE repellent compounda that acaure rain protection in addition to apot and stain reaiatance. To help you enjoy the moat pleuure and the longaat wear from your velvet prmenU, the expcrU at IFI offer theac tipa: • Always check the fabric. Tightly-woven velvet* are lesa likely to suffer lou of pile during wear. Alao ••lect prments with flniahed scam edgea to avoid unravelling. SOWN paoplt coniidtr it good luck to hoar burning bfy IMVM IMP. • Never iron velvet, even on the wrong side. This will flatten the pile. Instead, u*e a hand steamer to remove wrinkles. Turn the garment inside out and steam from the wrong side. Remember not to touch the fabric or attempt spot removal while it isdamp. Thia will distort the pile, and it may be impoaiible to restore it • If the fabric becomes flattened or distorted during normal wear (especially in the elbow and seat areu), the pile can sometimes be restored with gentle steaming. Enjoy thia aeaaon's velveta for many seasons to come by treating them gently and sharing thrir care with your professional drycleaner. UVEMUSICL.FridoyASotur. doy Nights ... "ROXn Tickets now avoilabj* for Ntw Ysor's Ev Party!... Hurry up and 9t your tickott whilo thoy lostl $15.00 PorCoupiol FREE Bettio of Chompogno, Food ond Uvo Music! Weekday Spedabl HAPPY HOUR .4-6 PM MARGAMTAS TQAMES SLOTS DOWMnMN ~ Pt^^-.HQI SAipfflWi'^ (^K^^t^^ What To Do: If A Fire Strikes Every >? seconds, a home fire breaki out somewhere in this country. To increase your chances of eacaping from a home fire, it is essential to map out an escape plan well In advance. This plan should be reviewed by everyone In the family, because when fire breaks out It's often too late If you have practiced a home escape oute. and rr awakened fnsjgn Trotter Receives Wings ^ % %Ji I'U C?y'^ • 4!> LM* \ti*m Th* MOM ••• CM4MWM NMV C* OMt Mt MDU Mora f iMtrclvM ftoN CtHt na t WMcK OnmMkallv litat* %tnn Uta RCSM. MM( 36 MONTH 292 60 MONTH 391! Im^KI Wssl M iw ( I ttitmi Cw iMe liitsa ttrmlnal Ptin* FOH cmptmBA mnrcAK. Mi*rla CSh*' *w>* W>ti IUtw • < W>**wl •^Bot4 Jot u>\ji:, Jcr* TJrli Lflfc J^u'l^ AMP TA AU-ASMV ^A** mat m -^6 >UicE 'E 'oti^i>T Of II tune as tr4itniu TMt MAnoNAk 3l£S*SSg^*^ ^'*" mOM 545-0737 74 SEBRING PLUS A HOT ONEI... 1995. 73 CADILLAC 4Di,UKENEwi 2795. 73 FORD 2 Dl., H.T.. OALAXIE 500.... 1 595. 74 VEGA 2 ot, 4.sEo. sHAiw 1499. 71 CUTLASS 2 Dl. sHAiFCAii 1299. 71 SPORT FURY1u%iff.'..'I.*....1199. 75 CHEV. VAN 6.3-SEO 3599. 74 VENTURA t,cJf^?;.l^.'!!.....1599. 73 LEAAANS2M,sHAifONiY 1599. 71 DODGE PICK-UP64AUTO..1495. 72 MERCURY2 DI IUNS UKE NEWII 499. 71 OLDS CUTLASS.ItX'. 1299. 70 CATAUNA4.DI, CLEAN CAII...1 199. '69 OLDS 98 ^^iiSn.; 799. 50 GAIS, Of GAS WITH ABOVE GUIS FOR A HAPPY NEWYEARi MANY OTHERS TO CHOOSE FROM & IMMEDIATE CASH FOR CARS OR TRUCKS! MMMPinn i M mm M M f> r=—r m rt i n V W<-l. l,p* ^ Un.vcrial Fit mSm la>> To Initall — ^ Witli f I l>*r< imv UnkrMksM* t02 CspKll* • ulbWiili -, t FI*.IM ttX tpout V iMiltl Woiv C'rOt,n CMIMATHMimBIMK EM* TO Cmtomii* To Any th t|i Sa>nl> ir iMk Preol' MckM Mufflw InitolUilon !••>•' fe Salw Sfv A^rov^d In Every tttloi *.i4 "{ssassfT ~^^^TiuuiAh. Hoy Duty SlM i Mailmum %ovn* Csmroll ^tm ^rolli*4EwftC CM04 Juit ttray mmran i.NWa*< kHimI CNECKER AUTO HEAVY WTY SHOCKS cmaou SMOCKS mtfi oanyomaf mrmATnui CHECfCBf SHOCKS LASTumai urn tiurt toottu mwMUT jsjteJte IIMMril. uumimi ^^' I uvMor p ii m iiiwii *f mnt MRAl 0AH.VI:3.t SUNDAY f:QM:QO PHONE i7S Nwt and lild, City Nw. Renewals Due Ifyour Nevada vehicle license expires this month, you are urged by the Department of Motor Vehicles to apply for your 1979 registration renewal sticker now and to make your application by mail. Harold Harmon, assistant registration chief, noted deadline for December registration renewals is the 31st and there is no grace period in Nevada. '"H^e renewal process should be handled by mail and a check or money order for the proper fees should be included with your renewal forms," Harmon explained. "You may apply for renewal to a Department Branch Office in Reno, Las Vegas or North Las Vegas or in Some coniidtr it bad luck to lend salt. the County Assessor's office where you reside." He emphasized that •because motorists with Nevada license plates expiring this month have only until midnight Dec. 31 to mail in their renewals and fees, many will not receive their 1979 Nevada validation sticker until after the first of the year. All renewals must be postmarked no later than Dec. 31 to avoid penalty fees. Thus, the Department will request all Nevada law enforcement agencies to wait until after midnight January 5, 1979 to cite motorists whose Nevada license plates expire Dec. 31, but do not display a 1979 Nevada validation sticker. Its THi l9WiST/ Many nightclubs arc lowdown joints—located down a ffw steps—but none arc down lower than the "Minus 206" In Tiberias. Israel. It's 206 meters (676 feet) below sea level. Henderson ChristJen Churdi Pbns Watch Nif^Sennce Starting at 9:00 p.m., this Sunday evening, a very special night of fun, games, praying in the New Year, with a late night supper being served after midnight. If yoikwtsh to attend, pleasecall 565-7333 by Thursday. Last Sunday was little different, in that following the 9:15 song service 9:30 Sunday School hour and the morning's sermon: "The Christ of Christmas." The Henderson Christian Churchhad their first pot-luck dinner, that was followed by a singspiration; which was filled with songs, special music, readings and sharing the good things Jesus has been doing all year. Because of the scheduled watch night service, there will be no youth meeting or evening worship service, this Sunday. But starting next Sunday our regular meeting times and place will be as follows: Sunday Morning: 9:15 Song Service. 9:30 Sunday School, 10:30 Worship Service. Sunday Evening; 6:30 Youth Meeting, 7:45 Evening Worship. Thursday Evening 6:30 Bible Study, in 1 Peter. Family members joined retired Clark County School District Assistant Director of Operations, Fay E. Galloway to break All Services arc being held at the Henderson City Hall Annex Building, Room #6 which is located in the multi-purpose building with entrances off Water and Lead Streets. ground launcntng construction on the elementary school in Henderson named for him. From the left: Clark County Treasurer W.W. "BUI"-Galloway, Lori Kizzia. Audre, Fay E. Shannon, fay's wife Gertrude, Ted and Jody Golem, and Chuck In 1935, Carl Magea patentad tha first coin-oparatad parking matar. i^vicie ^>,A/6 .(-f• o jc>(A'r-> S^AlE^^v/^Ifl Tht body hat approximately 206 bonas, naarly 700 mutclat, and aInMtt 250 joints. MENS MD BOYS JACKETS SAVE REfi. 9.99 TO 39.99 88TO2999 33^ WOMENS AND GIRLS • ij^A/ gkmw NuiKiis RRu wnu 50%0FF|jAGKETS SWEATERS UK 26^ RE6.4.99T010.99 T,788 ALL REMAINING CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS AND WRAPPINGSI WOMENS L0N6 SLEEVE SHIRTS SAVE RES. 6. WOMENS UD GIRLS SWEATERS Hf/mrimiiiTKriASTi SAVE SAVE Iff man OFF! "* ^r^roFF REG. 4.99 T9 8.99 REG. 2.99 T915.99 BLOUSES Vehicle Registrotion Due for New Residents The Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles reminds all new residents of Nevada whose out of state vehicle license plates expire in December to act now in obtaining 1979 Nevada registration and license plates. Motorists are subject to late penalties if their registration is not completed by Dec. 31 according to John Ciardella, the Department's registration chief. There is no grace period in Nevada, nor does Nevada law recognize the grace period of another state," he added. Ciardella noted that motorists who have out of state license plates on their vehicles expiring this month and are registering their vehicles in Nevada for the first time must have th^ vehicle identification number of their vehicle verified before registering the vehicle. Trucks and trailers weighing over 1,000 pounds must have a certified weight certificate accompanying their inspection and registraFrom Our Evening Shoe {Department Two Outstandng' Patterns! • Bhdi Rhinestm Studded 34J9B •6-9 • Gold & Sinr 26iH • 6-9M VAN VALETS 123 WATER • HBIDERSON iSfli RL a&8161 tion certificate in order to register their vehicles in the State of Nevada. Ciardella added that persons registering out ofstate vehicles for the first time must also have the vehicle inspected for emission control compliance and should contact the Department office for a list of authorized inspection stations. The following vehicles are exempt from obtaining Emission Certificates of Compliance: New vehicles which have never been registered. Trucks and other light duty vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of over 6.000 lbs. Motorcycles, trailers, diesels and vehicles over 15 years of age. Reol Estote Classes to Resume in January New Real Estate daises will be starting at lEducation Dynamics Institute on Tuesday, January 2. 1979. Classes in Real Estate Principles and Law will be taught in morning, afternoon and evening sessions at both EDI Las Vegas locations. This course which is ten weeks long, is designed to prepare Nevada residents to sit for the April 28tu Nevada State Examination. Those interested in more information about this class start should call 45MS01 or 648-1522 for a free career information packet. Somt pMpk that moynum mn ia nm d ky • n •Norineiii ii4r1

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Haw Ji • • • ^ MAJ — u— ^ik klMAM Pa9l THunday, DK*mb*r 21, 17| GRADUATES FROM MISSOURI AUCTION SCHOOL Clothing Care A^mmti Darwin Bible. 673 7th Street, Boulder City, has just returned from Kansas City, Missouri, where he successfully completed the course in Auctioneering and Auction sales Management at the Missouri Auction School He received his diploma and the honorary title of Colonel along with men and women auctioneers from throughout the United States and Canada. The concentrated two week course is conducted by the Missouri .Auction School at the world's largest auction center in the Kansas City Stockyards. His training included lectures and work shops featuring prominent auctioneers from throughout America. He participated in selling numerous public auctions in Kansas City and nearby communities in Missouri and Kansas Subje'.ts covered included antique auctions, livestock, furniture, business liquidations, real estate, rare coin, auto, machinery, general merchandise, all types of estate auctions, and the rapid fire chant of the tobacco auctioneer. VELVET-THE ROYAL Smooth, luiurioui vflvct hat come a lon( way aince the dayi when it wii the choice of royalty for courtly robaa. Velvet haa moved into the forefront of fall and winter fabrtci for uae in every thini from evening wear to rainwear to caaual blizerr-for men u well aa women. Vflveta are woven from ailka, cotton* and syn thetici, each with it* own unique look. But varioua typea of velvet alie need a apecial kind of rare because of the uniqueneu of the fabric. The Textile Analyiii Ljboratoriet of the International Fabricarr Inatitute (IFI), the aiaociation of drycleanen and laundrrera, report* that moat velvet fabrici arc euily restored to food appearance in drycleaning uiing regular pro cdure for cleaning and (tain removal, followed by a steaming-bruahing technique for pile conditioning available at moat profesiional drycleaning eatablithmenis. They caution, however, that you take care of velvet garments, since permanent distortion can result from any preuure on the pile of some velvets when they are wet or damp. The royal families had to Uke even greater care than we do with their velveta. Today we have the ad vantage of spot, stain and crush-resistant Pinishes on many of our velvet gar menta. Velvets can be usrd even in rainwear with the application of watrrFABRIC FOR EVERYONE repellent compounda that acaure rain protection in addition to apot and stain reaiatance. To help you enjoy the moat pleuure and the longaat wear from your velvet prmenU, the expcrU at IFI offer theac tipa: • Always check the fabric. Tightly-woven velvet* are lesa likely to suffer lou of pile during wear. Alao ••lect prments with flniahed scam edgea to avoid unravelling. SOWN paoplt coniidtr it good luck to hoar burning bfy IMVM IMP. • Never iron velvet, even on the wrong side. This will flatten the pile. Instead, u*e a hand steamer to remove wrinkles. Turn the garment inside out and steam from the wrong side. Remember not to touch the fabric or attempt spot removal while it isdamp. Thia will distort the pile, and it may be impoaiible to restore it • If the fabric becomes flattened or distorted during normal wear (especially in the elbow and seat areu), the pile can sometimes be restored with gentle steaming. Enjoy thia aeaaon's velveta for many seasons to come by treating them gently and sharing thrir care with your professional drycleaner. UVEMUSICL.FridoyASotur. doy Nights ... "ROXn Tickets now avoilabj* for Ntw Ysor's Ev Party!... Hurry up and 9t your tickott whilo thoy lostl $15.00 PorCoupiol FREE Bettio of Chompogno, Food ond Uvo Music! Weekday Spedabl HAPPY HOUR .4-6 PM MARGAMTAS TQAMES SLOTS DOWMnMN ~ Pt^^-.HQI SAipfflWi'^ (^K^^t^^ What To Do: If A Fire Strikes Every >? seconds, a home fire breaki out somewhere in this country. To increase your chances of eacaping from a home fire, it is essential to map out an escape plan well In advance. This plan should be reviewed by everyone In the family, because when fire breaks out It's often too late If you have practiced a home escape oute. and rr awakened fnsjgn Trotter Receives Wings ^ % %Ji I'U C?y'^ • 4!> LM* \ti*m Th* MOM ••• CM4MWM NMV C* OMt Mt MDU Mora f iMtrclvM ftoN CtHt na t WMcK OnmMkallv litat* %tnn Uta RCSM. MM( 36 MONTH 292 60 MONTH 391! Im^KI Wssl M iw ( I ttitmi Cw iMe liitsa ttrmlnal Ptin* FOH cmptmBA mnrcAK. Mi*rla CSh*' *w>* W>ti IUtw • < W>**wl •^Bot4 Jot u>\ji:, Jcr* TJrli Lflfc J^u'l^ AMP TA AU-ASMV ^A** mat m -^6 >UicE 'E 'oti^i>T Of II tune as tr4itniu TMt MAnoNAk 3l£S*SSg^*^ ^'*" mOM 545-0737 74 SEBRING PLUS A HOT ONEI... 1995. 73 CADILLAC 4Di,UKENEwi 2795. 73 FORD 2 Dl., H.T.. OALAXIE 500.... 1 595. 74 VEGA 2 ot, 4.sEo. sHAiw 1499. 71 CUTLASS 2 Dl. sHAiFCAii 1299. 71 SPORT FURY1u%iff.'..'I.*....1199. 75 CHEV. VAN 6.3-SEO 3599. 74 VENTURA t,cJf^?;.l^.'!!.....1599. 73 LEAAANS2M,sHAifONiY 1599. 71 DODGE PICK-UP64AUTO..1495. 72 MERCURY2 DI IUNS UKE NEWII 499. 71 OLDS CUTLASS.ItX'. 1299. 70 CATAUNA4.DI, CLEAN CAII...1 199. '69 OLDS 98 ^^iiSn.; 799. 50 GAIS, Of GAS WITH ABOVE GUIS FOR A HAPPY NEWYEARi MANY OTHERS TO CHOOSE FROM & IMMEDIATE CASH FOR CARS OR TRUCKS! MMMPinn i M mm M M f> r=—r m rt i n V W<-l. l,p* ^ Un.vcrial Fit mSm la>> To Initall — ^ Witli f I l>*r< imv UnkrMksM* t02 CspKll* • ulbWiili -, t FI*.IM ttX tpout V iMiltl Woiv C'rOt,n CMIMATHMimBIMK EM* TO Cmtomii* To Any th t|i Sa>nl> ir iMk Preol' MckM Mufflw InitolUilon !••>•' fe Salw Sfv A^rov^d In Every tttloi *.i4 "{ssassfT ~^^^TiuuiAh. Hoy Duty SlM i Mailmum %ovn* Csmroll ^tm ^rolli*4EwftC CM04 Juit ttray mmran i.NWa*< kHimI CNECKER AUTO HEAVY WTY SHOCKS cmaou SMOCKS mtfi oanyomaf mrmATnui CHECfCBf SHOCKS LASTumai urn tiurt toottu mwMUT jsjteJte IIMMril. uumimi ^^' I uvMor p ii m iiiwii *f mnt MRAl 0AH.VI:3.t SUNDAY f:QM:QO PHONE i7S Nwt and lild, City Nw. Renewals Due Ifyour Nevada vehicle license expires this month, you are urged by the Department of Motor Vehicles to apply for your 1979 registration renewal sticker now and to make your application by mail. Harold Harmon, assistant registration chief, noted deadline for December registration renewals is the 31st and there is no grace period in Nevada. '"H^e renewal process should be handled by mail and a check or money order for the proper fees should be included with your renewal forms," Harmon explained. "You may apply for renewal to a Department Branch Office in Reno, Las Vegas or North Las Vegas or in Some coniidtr it bad luck to lend salt. the County Assessor's office where you reside." He emphasized that •because motorists with Nevada license plates expiring this month have only until midnight Dec. 31 to mail in their renewals and fees, many will not receive their 1979 Nevada validation sticker until after the first of the year. All renewals must be postmarked no later than Dec. 31 to avoid penalty fees. Thus, the Department will request all Nevada law enforcement agencies to wait until after midnight January 5, 1979 to cite motorists whose Nevada license plates expire Dec. 31, but do not display a 1979 Nevada validation sticker. Its THi l9WiST/ Many nightclubs arc lowdown joints—located down a ffw steps—but none arc down lower than the "Minus 206" In Tiberias. Israel. It's 206 meters (676 feet) below sea level. Henderson ChristJen Churdi Pbns Watch Nif^Sennce Starting at 9:00 p.m., this Sunday evening, a very special night of fun, games, praying in the New Year, with a late night supper being served after midnight. If yoikwtsh to attend, pleasecall 565-7333 by Thursday. Last Sunday was little different, in that following the 9:15 song service 9:30 Sunday School hour and the morning's sermon: "The Christ of Christmas." The Henderson Christian Churchhad their first pot-luck dinner, that was followed by a singspiration; which was filled with songs, special music, readings and sharing the good things Jesus has been doing all year. Because of the scheduled watch night service, there will be no youth meeting or evening worship service, this Sunday. But starting next Sunday our regular meeting times and place will be as follows: Sunday Morning: 9:15 Song Service. 9:30 Sunday School, 10:30 Worship Service. Sunday Evening; 6:30 Youth Meeting, 7:45 Evening Worship. Thursday Evening 6:30 Bible Study, in 1 Peter. Family members joined retired Clark County School District Assistant Director of Operations, Fay E. Galloway to break All Services arc being held at the Henderson City Hall Annex Building, Room #6 which is located in the multi-purpose building with entrances off Water and Lead Streets. ground launcntng construction on the elementary school in Henderson named for him. From the left: Clark County Treasurer W.W. "BUI"-Galloway, Lori Kizzia. Audre, Fay E. Shannon, fay's wife Gertrude, Ted and Jody Golem, and Chuck In 1935, Carl Magea patentad tha first coin-oparatad parking matar. i^vicie ^>,A/6 .(-f• o jc>(A'r-> S^AlE^^v/^Ifl Tht body hat approximately 206 bonas, naarly 700 mutclat, and aInMtt 250 joints. MENS MD BOYS JACKETS SAVE REfi. 9.99 TO 39.99 88TO2999 33^ WOMENS AND GIRLS • ij^A/ gkmw NuiKiis RRu wnu 50%0FF|jAGKETS SWEATERS UK 26^ RE6.4.99T010.99 T,788 ALL REMAINING CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS AND WRAPPINGSI WOMENS L0N6 SLEEVE SHIRTS SAVE RES. 6. WOMENS UD GIRLS SWEATERS Hf/mrimiiiTKriASTi SAVE SAVE Iff man OFF! "* ^r^roFF REG. 4.99 T9 8.99 REG. 2.99 T915.99 BLOUSES Vehicle Registrotion Due for New Residents The Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles reminds all new residents of Nevada whose out of state vehicle license plates expire in December to act now in obtaining 1979 Nevada registration and license plates. Motorists are subject to late penalties if their registration is not completed by Dec. 31 according to John Ciardella, the Department's registration chief. There is no grace period in Nevada, nor does Nevada law recognize the grace period of another state," he added. Ciardella noted that motorists who have out of state license plates on their vehicles expiring this month and are registering their vehicles in Nevada for the first time must have th^ vehicle identification number of their vehicle verified before registering the vehicle. Trucks and trailers weighing over 1,000 pounds must have a certified weight certificate accompanying their inspection and registraFrom Our Evening Shoe {Department Two Outstandng' Patterns! • Bhdi Rhinestm Studded 34J9B •6-9 • Gold & Sinr 26iH • 6-9M VAN VALETS 123 WATER • HBIDERSON iSfli RL a&8161 tion certificate in order to register their vehicles in the State of Nevada. Ciardella added that persons registering out ofstate vehicles for the first time must also have the vehicle inspected for emission control compliance and should contact the Department office for a list of authorized inspection stations. The following vehicles are exempt from obtaining Emission Certificates of Compliance: New vehicles which have never been registered. Trucks and other light duty vehicles having a gross vehicle weight of over 6.000 lbs. Motorcycles, trailers, diesels and vehicles over 15 years of age. Reol Estote Classes to Resume in January New Real Estate daises will be starting at lEducation Dynamics Institute on Tuesday, January 2. 1979. Classes in Real Estate Principles and Law will be taught in morning, afternoon and evening sessions at both EDI Las Vegas locations. This course which is ten weeks long, is designed to prepare Nevada residents to sit for the April 28tu Nevada State Examination. Those interested in more information about this class start should call 45MS01 or 648-1522 for a free career information packet. Somt pMpk that moynum mn ia nm d ky • n •Norineiii ii4r1

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UAft^ttA "—fcJ MfluJ • — • • • rUw ^ 1^ Lttter TO THE Editor: Tne Editor: Praise the Lordt Truly he has been faithful! I want to thank all of yoH at the News for a great and rewarding year! And also to thank all the wonderful people in Henderson and Boulder City, and the many precious friends in the Us Vegas area. I trust that we all begin the new vear with trust and abounding love and a real concern and compassion for one another! Living the Giristian life in power and in reality day by day! Remembering the admonition of our blessed saviour. .."lovethy neighbor as thyself! If 1 can help anyone at any time, please feel free to contact me at 56S-7920. A blessed and prosperous and radiant NewYear in Christ to one and all. Love 'Ya! Rev. Lou Sorabelia • VlllaDel nOM VMM AM IMMS SIWIS NHHI OITi 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. BOULDER CITY'S NEWEST COMMUNITY LOCATED IN A MOST DESIRABLE & HIGHER AREA OF TOWN. IfMMI 2fM12 ANOmt OVtABU Nv. INC noiccr VIUalMUtlMMt .*u '•^'eatt' -ww TX) SALT OR NOT TO SALT? Dtar Dr. EM: It Mlt aa dufwout • • th^ say it ia? My hotbuid baa a family hiatory of high blood praaaura, coronary atta^ and stroke. Ha is ooly 42 and apparantly hMlthy. but hia doctor taya hia blood presaure is • little above nonnaL He adviaaa that he limit hia salt Shall I be concamad about itT Mra. G. Dear Mra. G.: IH tall you why there's reason •Boufh to be concerned. It's accepted by moat doctors that any patient with a family history like your husband's, who uses salt heavily, is risking development of severe hypertension. Kenneth D. Gardner, M.D.. Professor of Medicine at University of Naw Mexico School of Medicine, reports that studies over the past 70 -100 years indicate that "the greater the amount of salt intake, the higher the blood pressure in individuala susceptible to diseaae." For example, in northern Japrn. where food is heavi'y salted, incidence v-f hypertension Is among the highest in the world. In southern Japan. where food is prepare differently, high blood pressure is less frequent Anaong Eskimos, whose basic diet is low in salt there is low incidence of hypertension. Another interesting point raised by Dr. Gardner is that salt does not taste the same to hypertensives. "It would appear that people with high blood pressure eat more salt because they don't Uste it. Therefore, Mrs. G.. it's evident that your husband should cut down on his salt intake. HSTO^SVI By Clay R. fottm FOR WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY. JAN. I, U79 If yoor Urtbday occwi thia weak... you are endowMwith a myatic natora, capable of axarting magical and spiritual inihianca. You are im' able and romanuc and can ba aaaily inihiancad. praaaioBah [•*ArlM wfArlaa I Mr. Jl-Apr. J | Pluto 3 | Aa tha weak profreaaaa, ao will the tamop of your activitiaa tend to spaad up. Minor but banaRdal changea and reaaiuatmenta are pooaiUe. Good pariod for douif some sartoua reading, attending lecturaa and getting attaad with paper motk. A wish may become a reality. I MTaurus | Apr.JO.MoyW | Vanus 9 | A benevolent atmosphere will prevail. Ypu'U receive kind worda of praiae. Associates at your puice of work, or thoae at hwoe will be more kindly in tneir attitudes goodwill which you egin to bear fruit I m m Thunaov, Daetmbar 21, 1971 Holiday Glitter Sale Wk • 50ffCannr I June 21-July 32 I Maon (f | New evidence that someone who declares love for you really means it Make a point of looking your beat enjoy aoms ahoiying, have hinch with an interesting persoiL Kay officials are receptive to your ideas and plans. Movea made now will turn out to be successful. I^lao I July 23-Aug. 22 | $3751 Good week for browsing in bookstores, buying hodu, records snd whatnots. You may stumble on s rare collectibM item at a low price. Take a pleasing gift home to I loved one who 11 be apprecistive. An invitation you've been looking for may come. I aE> Virgo Aug. 23 • Sept. 22 Mercury 0 | A period for ardent and satisfying love-making. You'll shed your inhibitions (if any I and do easily what comes naturally. The opposite sex is strongly attracted to your charm now. If you haven't written any love letters lately, try your hand. Play the field. Be adventurous. I 2^ Libra I Sept. 23 • Oct. 22 | Venus 9 \ A new kind of business, financial or professional partnership will probably be under considerstion. Be sure that you duly evaluate the characters connected with any new deals. Do not make an unwise decision at the firm insistence of a woman Make your own decisions. I cog Scorpio I Ott 23 • Nov. 21 More j | Prevailing aspects will nve you thst extra spark and fresh incentives. You'll be more sggressive than usual and will suatam effective follow-ups You might be the happy recipient of a women's sincere generosity. Excellent time to join clubs and civic groups. I HdSogiftorius Nov. 22 • Dec. 21 i Jupltar U ] This period could bring a substantial increase in income. You could make an advantageous change of job or gain a promotion. Gain is possible by ssking a man to participate in vour plans. A meetmg you considered SOCMI could be tne cause of future prosperity. I H^ Capricorn Dec. 22 • Jon. 19 j Saturn V | During this week you will do better than average so far as money making is concerned. Efforts made in the past are beginning to pa^ off. Unusual opportunities exist for overtime earnings, for making extra pinmoney and for pushing regoiar occupation ahead. I ^ Aquoriut Jon. 20 • Fab. II Uranus y | Moon sign sspects of this week should have a roost helpful influence on your personal life. You will hit it off well with vour sssociatea and vou will find that they will offer gifU, compliments ana treats. The help of a clever friend will enhance your soci al skills. I i:S PiKSs i Feb. 19 Mar. 20 | Naptvna tp] Aspects indicate fortunate factors in your lifestyle. You'll be inclined to dabble with new interests, especially money speculation. Attractive propositions will be put to you. You'll set new goals and strive hardar. Baae action only on aound facta, then go ahead. Oriflinally $26.00 to $66.00 For Your Bright Nights Ahead Lurex Sweaters Satin Blouses Evening Dresses Qiana Separates Satin Pants Poly Silk blouses. skirts, and pants. Velvets from Act III, Patty Woodard, Campus Casuals, Vincent! Not all items in all stores • East Ctiarl6stoi • WMt Cliartottoii Maryiimi Sqnri • TropiciM It Picoi • Hwiirioi oa Bouldir Hwy • Niwitt ttonit TN Mniows Mall REAUORe IDICK BLAIR REALTY-REALTORS 833 NEVADA HWY., BOULDER COY • 293-2171 OR 293^402 • NOW MEMBERS OF US VEGAS BOARD OF REALTORS AND NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS OFFERING ALL FORMS OF REAL ESTATE NEDS INCLUDING MULTIPLE USTING SERVICES. The Family of Dick Blair Realty Wishes Yoii All To Hav e A Pro sperous New Year! • A NEW PROFESSIONAL COMPLEX OF APPROXIMATEY m SQUARE FEET NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION WHICH WILL BE THE NEW HOME OF DICK BIAIR REALTY AND ALSO PROVIDES SPACE FOR OTHER BUSINESSES WANTING TO LOCATE IN THE BOULDER CITY AREA. ^ :.f.i& Nffl)S OF BOULDB) CITY FOR THE PAST 15 YEARS. DICK BLAIR ^" ""* ^ RFAiry Dick Bbir, Bob Bhlr. Cari Cowaa Katy Cartfdge, MdaJB Hess, 4om Bim and Andrea Andefsow (mn indudad in the pidure). ClBude Sniii ii the newest menter ofOicJcBtar Htndtnofl Hm Ntwt end Bouldr City Ntwt A Basil Rule for Legislotors in 79 N*1 by HNiST L NIWTON When legislators meet next Monday in Carson City (Jan. 15) and in the weelcs following, many of them will seek to justify a whole host of new and expanded and expensive programs with the plea, "But we are only responding to the demands of the people!" Don't believe it. The "demands" will generally come from some special interest group wanting something for nothing. However, there are enough of these special demands that William Simon has written a prescription with which to counter what may sometimes apear to be a genuine public "demand". It is in the last chapter of his book, "A Time for Truth," and a copy of the book has been given by CPE, to every member of the legislature. Here is his advice, commended to every citizen: "Stop asking the government for "tree' goods and services, however desirable and necessary they may seem to be. They are not tree. They are simply extracted from the hide of your neighbors ~and can be extracted only by force. If you would not confront your neighbor and demand his money at the point of a gun to solve every rjew problem that may appear in your life, you should not allow the government to do it for you. Be prepared to identify any politician who simultaneously demands your 'sacriHces' and offers you 'free services' for exactly what he is: an egalitarian demagogue. This one insight understood, this one discipline acted upon and taught by millions of Americans to others could do more to further freedom in Amrican life than any other." Another author has suggested that there is a clear test of the proper activity of government — a test that, if applied will rule out the continuing inroads made by government upon the efforts of citizens to be productive and free. That test is: "Government must not undertake or prosecute any action or activity that would be illegal (or immoral) if that action or activity were undertaken or prosecuted by an individual citizen." Nevadans can protect themselves from harm if every action of the 1979 legislature is tested by this rule; and if every request for legislative (or administrative) action is tested by Bill Simon's plea for individual responsibility. INSURACHAF If you're moving your household and cars from one location to another, or if you're flying away on vacation but want your car when you get there, consider a car transport or delivery .service. Some firms arrange for an independent driver to deliver the car. Others will agree to transport or deliver the car for you. Only the latter accepts any responsibility for the car and how it is driven. Read carefully any contract you must sign as shipper. The delivery firm may disclaim responsibility; the agreement may sign away your insurance company's right to recover its loss, or give the carrier the benefit of your insurance. Another form of "agreement" calls for arbitration in a specified city, usually out of the way for you, the driver, and your insurance company but not for the carrier. Before you hand over the car for transport, inspect it and have written documentation of its condition signed by an authorized agent of the transporting carrier. When it comes to auto insurance, come to LaPorta Insurance Agency, 1515 East Tropicana Suite No. 200, Las Vegas. Nv.. 89109, Ph. 739-7441 or 129 Water Street, Hen derson, Nv. 89015, Ph. 565^11. Merry Christmas to one and all. y^ La Porta 4"^ Insurance* iinm^timii..^ PALM MEMORIAL PARK iVRnNMSiiOMioaiior tCHAPEl •CEMHERY •MORTUARY •MAUSOUUM Thurtdoy, Dttmbtr 2%, 1971 BUY DIRECT & SAVE!! v.^ ^^^i t:f FACTORY SHOWROOM 3310 S. Valley View Dr. King/Queen Comforters 49" ONLY 3 LEFTI Complete Brass Trundle Bed 00 SMOWROOIVI 2797 Maryland Pkwy. Kino/Quean xoB) Blanki (72x89) Blanket Rag. $100.00 ONLY 2 LEFT! $720.00 \7 ONLY 1 LEFT! Brass Twin Size Headboard 29" ONLY 2 LEFTI Ea. Ranch Finish iBUnk Bed Complete ONLY 1 LEFT! Night &•'.. 5995 ONLY 2 LEFT! Classic Twin Set M/B ONLY 1 LEFT! \)0M &>5 A Twin SIza Walnut Headboard R*g. $34.95 ONLY 4 LEFT! Twin Size Brass Headboardi Rm. S44.95 ONLY 3 LEFT! Queen Size Brass Headboard, R*9. M9.95 ONLY 5 LEFT! The Above is Just i sample of our /ear enil siie items. ivory Floor Sample Marked Downl MIS-MATCHED SETS! ODD LOT ITEMS! DISCONTINUED COVERS! FLOOR SAMPLES!! MISCEUANEOUS HEAD BOARDS! BEDSPREADS! SLEEP SOFAS! CORNB GROUPS! PILLOWS! If it has anything to do with quality sleep products you'll find it here, right now, at NEW WEST MATTRESS CO...Our factory is discontinuing several covers so we have many yards of short lot covers in finished sets. Some mismatched, but all NEW WEST Quality... We have some customer Special Orders that we duplicated... We even have some customer "second thought" items priced to move... Nothlno cute or clever we just plain would like to move tnis goods out... Convenient terms available. Queen Size Brown Coverlettei Rtg. S11S.00 ONLY 1 LEFT! Twin Size Mattresses Rtg. 159.95 ONLY 2 LEFT! Full Ungth Mir Pine rrame R*g. $400.00 ONLY 1 LEFTI Bakers Rack Brass Fkilsh R8SI 59.95 ONLY 1 LEFT! King/Queen Comforter Rd^. 169.95 ONLY 5 LEFT! Mivi Jut I Mpii il Mr yur iM nil ilMti Evtf| ikir mpii mtii iiii. Jut I Mftt lllill HMMI Mil Balk Ucitiiis Hivi OMsAM OMsaEidt 40% OFF (Mil llw in il iw potii Locetioml VJzA T*M' k Window hilll Our own fictory dinct odds & ends King • Qunn • Twin • Fulltizi • Rri • Xtn Firm • Ml Quiltidl W ^75^ FACTOBY 3310 6. Valley View Dr. e7e-44eo Open liow."W. I nit* Am pm mottroy ca • tMMWWCHi raMSMRAIMED NMYS MfliirlHplMMy MIM • Ml 9pnii|i 30% OFF FtdOry I FKWqr SbOWOOW MSmBril • QMW ta. SMW OMW 4 CwMn • DM II I Ini8 Mym It MHa Irw Prind Diwi 1MII30% SHOWBOOM 2797 Maryland Pkwy. 731-0095 Opw> Mon.-Frl. 104. Sit 104. Sim. 1141 ITMaiiilBrml MMii DIM Rur SMpm In Slid "lu II" • • 3UOT • now Mmpw | ail,,, i |t^ '/ HMI

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UAft^ttA "—fcJ MfluJ • — • • • rUw ^ 1^ Lttter TO THE Editor: Tne Editor: Praise the Lordt Truly he has been faithful! I want to thank all of yoH at the News for a great and rewarding year! And also to thank all the wonderful people in Henderson and Boulder City, and the many precious friends in the Us Vegas area. I trust that we all begin the new vear with trust and abounding love and a real concern and compassion for one another! Living the Giristian life in power and in reality day by day! Remembering the admonition of our blessed saviour. .."lovethy neighbor as thyself! If 1 can help anyone at any time, please feel free to contact me at 56S-7920. A blessed and prosperous and radiant NewYear in Christ to one and all. Love 'Ya! Rev. Lou Sorabelia • VlllaDel nOM VMM AM IMMS SIWIS NHHI OITi 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. BOULDER CITY'S NEWEST COMMUNITY LOCATED IN A MOST DESIRABLE & HIGHER AREA OF TOWN. IfMMI 2fM12 ANOmt OVtABU Nv. INC noiccr VIUalMUtlMMt .*u '•^'eatt' -ww TX) SALT OR NOT TO SALT? Dtar Dr. EM: It Mlt aa dufwout • • th^ say it ia? My hotbuid baa a family hiatory of high blood praaaura, coronary atta^ and stroke. Ha is ooly 42 and apparantly hMlthy. but hia doctor taya hia blood presaure is • little above nonnaL He adviaaa that he limit hia salt Shall I be concamad about itT Mra. G. Dear Mra. G.: IH tall you why there's reason •Boufh to be concerned. It's accepted by moat doctors that any patient with a family history like your husband's, who uses salt heavily, is risking development of severe hypertension. Kenneth D. Gardner, M.D.. Professor of Medicine at University of Naw Mexico School of Medicine, reports that studies over the past 70 -100 years indicate that "the greater the amount of salt intake, the higher the blood pressure in individuala susceptible to diseaae." For example, in northern Japrn. where food is heavi'y salted, incidence v-f hypertension Is among the highest in the world. In southern Japan. where food is prepare differently, high blood pressure is less frequent Anaong Eskimos, whose basic diet is low in salt there is low incidence of hypertension. Another interesting point raised by Dr. Gardner is that salt does not taste the same to hypertensives. "It would appear that people with high blood pressure eat more salt because they don't Uste it. Therefore, Mrs. G.. it's evident that your husband should cut down on his salt intake. HSTO^SVI By Clay R. fottm FOR WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY. JAN. I, U79 If yoor Urtbday occwi thia weak... you are endowMwith a myatic natora, capable of axarting magical and spiritual inihianca. You are im' able and romanuc and can ba aaaily inihiancad. praaaioBah [•*ArlM wfArlaa I Mr. Jl-Apr. J | Pluto 3 | Aa tha weak profreaaaa, ao will the tamop of your activitiaa tend to spaad up. Minor but banaRdal changea and reaaiuatmenta are pooaiUe. Good pariod for douif some sartoua reading, attending lecturaa and getting attaad with paper motk. A wish may become a reality. I MTaurus | Apr.JO.MoyW | Vanus 9 | A benevolent atmosphere will prevail. Ypu'U receive kind worda of praiae. Associates at your puice of work, or thoae at hwoe will be more kindly in tneir attitudes goodwill which you egin to bear fruit I m m Thunaov, Daetmbar 21, 1971 Holiday Glitter Sale Wk • 50ffCannr I June 21-July 32 I Maon (f | New evidence that someone who declares love for you really means it Make a point of looking your beat enjoy aoms ahoiying, have hinch with an interesting persoiL Kay officials are receptive to your ideas and plans. Movea made now will turn out to be successful. I^lao I July 23-Aug. 22 | $3751 Good week for browsing in bookstores, buying hodu, records snd whatnots. You may stumble on s rare collectibM item at a low price. Take a pleasing gift home to I loved one who 11 be apprecistive. An invitation you've been looking for may come. I aE> Virgo Aug. 23 • Sept. 22 Mercury 0 | A period for ardent and satisfying love-making. You'll shed your inhibitions (if any I and do easily what comes naturally. The opposite sex is strongly attracted to your charm now. If you haven't written any love letters lately, try your hand. Play the field. Be adventurous. I 2^ Libra I Sept. 23 • Oct. 22 | Venus 9 \ A new kind of business, financial or professional partnership will probably be under considerstion. Be sure that you duly evaluate the characters connected with any new deals. Do not make an unwise decision at the firm insistence of a woman Make your own decisions. I cog Scorpio I Ott 23 • Nov. 21 More j | Prevailing aspects will nve you thst extra spark and fresh incentives. You'll be more sggressive than usual and will suatam effective follow-ups You might be the happy recipient of a women's sincere generosity. Excellent time to join clubs and civic groups. I HdSogiftorius Nov. 22 • Dec. 21 i Jupltar U ] This period could bring a substantial increase in income. You could make an advantageous change of job or gain a promotion. Gain is possible by ssking a man to participate in vour plans. A meetmg you considered SOCMI could be tne cause of future prosperity. I H^ Capricorn Dec. 22 • Jon. 19 j Saturn V | During this week you will do better than average so far as money making is concerned. Efforts made in the past are beginning to pa^ off. Unusual opportunities exist for overtime earnings, for making extra pinmoney and for pushing regoiar occupation ahead. I ^ Aquoriut Jon. 20 • Fab. II Uranus y | Moon sign sspects of this week should have a roost helpful influence on your personal life. You will hit it off well with vour sssociatea and vou will find that they will offer gifU, compliments ana treats. The help of a clever friend will enhance your soci al skills. I i:S PiKSs i Feb. 19 Mar. 20 | Naptvna tp] Aspects indicate fortunate factors in your lifestyle. You'll be inclined to dabble with new interests, especially money speculation. Attractive propositions will be put to you. You'll set new goals and strive hardar. Baae action only on aound facta, then go ahead. Oriflinally $26.00 to $66.00 For Your Bright Nights Ahead Lurex Sweaters Satin Blouses Evening Dresses Qiana Separates Satin Pants Poly Silk blouses. skirts, and pants. Velvets from Act III, Patty Woodard, Campus Casuals, Vincent! Not all items in all stores • East Ctiarl6stoi • WMt Cliartottoii Maryiimi Sqnri • TropiciM It Picoi • Hwiirioi oa Bouldir Hwy • Niwitt ttonit TN Mniows Mall REAUORe IDICK BLAIR REALTY-REALTORS 833 NEVADA HWY., BOULDER COY • 293-2171 OR 293^402 • NOW MEMBERS OF US VEGAS BOARD OF REALTORS AND NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS OFFERING ALL FORMS OF REAL ESTATE NEDS INCLUDING MULTIPLE USTING SERVICES. The Family of Dick Blair Realty Wishes Yoii All To Hav e A Pro sperous New Year! • A NEW PROFESSIONAL COMPLEX OF APPROXIMATEY m SQUARE FEET NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION WHICH WILL BE THE NEW HOME OF DICK BIAIR REALTY AND ALSO PROVIDES SPACE FOR OTHER BUSINESSES WANTING TO LOCATE IN THE BOULDER CITY AREA. ^ :.f.i& Nffl)S OF BOULDB) CITY FOR THE PAST 15 YEARS. DICK BLAIR ^" ""* ^ RFAiry Dick Bbir, Bob Bhlr. Cari Cowaa Katy Cartfdge, MdaJB Hess, 4om Bim and Andrea Andefsow (mn indudad in the pidure). ClBude Sniii ii the newest menter ofOicJcBtar Htndtnofl Hm Ntwt end Bouldr City Ntwt A Basil Rule for Legislotors in 79 N*1 by HNiST L NIWTON When legislators meet next Monday in Carson City (Jan. 15) and in the weelcs following, many of them will seek to justify a whole host of new and expanded and expensive programs with the plea, "But we are only responding to the demands of the people!" Don't believe it. The "demands" will generally come from some special interest group wanting something for nothing. However, there are enough of these special demands that William Simon has written a prescription with which to counter what may sometimes apear to be a genuine public "demand". It is in the last chapter of his book, "A Time for Truth," and a copy of the book has been given by CPE, to every member of the legislature. Here is his advice, commended to every citizen: "Stop asking the government for "tree' goods and services, however desirable and necessary they may seem to be. They are not tree. They are simply extracted from the hide of your neighbors ~and can be extracted only by force. If you would not confront your neighbor and demand his money at the point of a gun to solve every rjew problem that may appear in your life, you should not allow the government to do it for you. Be prepared to identify any politician who simultaneously demands your 'sacriHces' and offers you 'free services' for exactly what he is: an egalitarian demagogue. This one insight understood, this one discipline acted upon and taught by millions of Americans to others could do more to further freedom in Amrican life than any other." Another author has suggested that there is a clear test of the proper activity of government — a test that, if applied will rule out the continuing inroads made by government upon the efforts of citizens to be productive and free. That test is: "Government must not undertake or prosecute any action or activity that would be illegal (or immoral) if that action or activity were undertaken or prosecuted by an individual citizen." Nevadans can protect themselves from harm if every action of the 1979 legislature is tested by this rule; and if every request for legislative (or administrative) action is tested by Bill Simon's plea for individual responsibility. INSURACHAF If you're moving your household and cars from one location to another, or if you're flying away on vacation but want your car when you get there, consider a car transport or delivery .service. Some firms arrange for an independent driver to deliver the car. Others will agree to transport or deliver the car for you. Only the latter accepts any responsibility for the car and how it is driven. Read carefully any contract you must sign as shipper. The delivery firm may disclaim responsibility; the agreement may sign away your insurance company's right to recover its loss, or give the carrier the benefit of your insurance. Another form of "agreement" calls for arbitration in a specified city, usually out of the way for you, the driver, and your insurance company but not for the carrier. Before you hand over the car for transport, inspect it and have written documentation of its condition signed by an authorized agent of the transporting carrier. When it comes to auto insurance, come to LaPorta Insurance Agency, 1515 East Tropicana Suite No. 200, Las Vegas. Nv.. 89109, Ph. 739-7441 or 129 Water Street, Hen derson, Nv. 89015, Ph. 565^11. Merry Christmas to one and all. y^ La Porta 4"^ Insurance* iinm^timii..^ PALM MEMORIAL PARK iVRnNMSiiOMioaiior tCHAPEl •CEMHERY •MORTUARY •MAUSOUUM Thurtdoy, Dttmbtr 2%, 1971 BUY DIRECT & SAVE!! v.^ ^^^i t:f FACTORY SHOWROOM 3310 S. Valley View Dr. King/Queen Comforters 49" ONLY 3 LEFTI Complete Brass Trundle Bed 00 SMOWROOIVI 2797 Maryland Pkwy. Kino/Quean xoB) Blanki (72x89) Blanket Rag. $100.00 ONLY 2 LEFT! $720.00 \7 ONLY 1 LEFT! Brass Twin Size Headboard 29" ONLY 2 LEFTI Ea. Ranch Finish iBUnk Bed Complete ONLY 1 LEFT! Night &•'.. 5995 ONLY 2 LEFT! Classic Twin Set M/B ONLY 1 LEFT! \)0M &>5 A Twin SIza Walnut Headboard R*g. $34.95 ONLY 4 LEFT! Twin Size Brass Headboardi Rm. S44.95 ONLY 3 LEFT! Queen Size Brass Headboard, R*9. M9.95 ONLY 5 LEFT! The Above is Just i sample of our /ear enil siie items. ivory Floor Sample Marked Downl MIS-MATCHED SETS! ODD LOT ITEMS! DISCONTINUED COVERS! FLOOR SAMPLES!! MISCEUANEOUS HEAD BOARDS! BEDSPREADS! SLEEP SOFAS! CORNB GROUPS! PILLOWS! If it has anything to do with quality sleep products you'll find it here, right now, at NEW WEST MATTRESS CO...Our factory is discontinuing several covers so we have many yards of short lot covers in finished sets. Some mismatched, but all NEW WEST Quality... We have some customer Special Orders that we duplicated... We even have some customer "second thought" items priced to move... Nothlno cute or clever we just plain would like to move tnis goods out... Convenient terms available. Queen Size Brown Coverlettei Rtg. S11S.00 ONLY 1 LEFT! Twin Size Mattresses Rtg. 159.95 ONLY 2 LEFT! Full Ungth Mir Pine rrame R*g. $400.00 ONLY 1 LEFTI Bakers Rack Brass Fkilsh R8SI 59.95 ONLY 1 LEFT! King/Queen Comforter Rd^. 169.95 ONLY 5 LEFT! 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Mandtratn HMIM N*WI and iMUtr City N*w West Expressway Completion Foreseen Prehner Construction Co. has been awarded a $3.6 million Highway Department contract to complete the final six miles on the West Ex pressway fi-om west of Decatur Ave. to the Tonopah Highway, accordJ 1— DR. ROBERT C. BASINGER K)OIATtlST — FOOT SPKIAUST is pItosMi to oAnounct th opening of his Spring Mtii Foot Clinic at 4564 Spring Mtrt. Rd., Spring Mtn. Plax^ Pi 871.1919 or 382-3122 AccirriNG NiW MTIINTS OmCIS NOW lOCAHO AT 2046 E. ChortMton (comtr of Eotttm) and 45M Spring Mtn. id., LV. ing to district engineer Keith Layton. Work will commence in about a month and follows a previous Frehner $3.2 million contract which completed the major grading work this fall. The curren^roject includes final grading and paving as well as additional drainage structures and a grade separation at Washington Ave. Signal systems and lighting will also be installed. Work is expected to take about ten months Craft DemoMtratiM ottiwGMFort Saturday, January 6, 1979-11:00-3:00-Carol and Wray Berry showing how to spin yarn using the Navajo spindle. They will also weave with the yarn which they have spun. Tours of the Old Fort will be available at this time. Admission is free, and the Old Fort is located at 906 Las Vegai Blvd. N.. just behind the Elks Lodge. Entrance is on Washington Avenue. ;>^: ;> 1^ For Thvraday, DacemWr 21, If70 I ;>-: By: Flo Rayvnond cmn YEiUIROUMD] BY BOB NESOFF PLAN NOW POt SPRING CAMPING The smart camper is beginning to make plans now tot wlut he'll be doing as spring approaches. And the raaUy smart one is checJunf out his equipment. One of the major trouble spots in any recreational vehicle is the elec trical systam. It's also. generally, one of the easiest to raptir. Unfortunately, too many peopla are afraid to undertake the task themselves and of|en end up paying a costly repair bill. There's time enough to call in a workman if. after trying yourself, the trouble is still elusive. All RVs either come with schematic drawmgs of the electncal system or they can be obtained from a dealer or the manufacturer. With a handy home rapair book ia ona hand and the schematic in the other, moat job* becotba a do-it-yourself matter. First, determine what the problem ia. If it's a flickering light or an appliance that goes on and off. the trouble is probably a loose wire. This is more likely to be in the fixture o* appliance ita^ than ij the electric system. Try plugging a different appliance into the outlet. If the problem persists, then you have to look beyond thia point. If the same problem happena throughout the unit, the exterior plug-in may not be making proper conUct. It could be a simple matter of spreading the prongs. Frequently, wiring in an RV dries out and cracka, causing shorts which could result in fire. Trace the system wherever you can. Frayed wiraa or dried and cracked spota can be fixed in one of two ways. First, if the wires themaelves haven't broken, a piece of electric tape will usually suffice. Make sure it overlaps on both sides of the damage. If any weight or preaaurs is to be applied to the wire, it may have to be spliced to give added strength. Make sure juice is cut off at the source and then snip the wire, cutting off the damaged section. Then twiat the wires together and cover 'with electric tape. Check for corroaion at any uninaulated point. A corroded point will not make proper conUct and can cause an interruption of power. Clean the corroded point with fine undpaper and then, after reconnecting, use a sUicone spray to inhibit additional corrosion. Remember, juat use common sense when working with the electrical syetem and you should be able to aavs money and be safe at the same time. 1979McNaughtSynd. Assuming that all wives are pretty "special"• we thought it might be a good way to start off the New Year by submitting a "sure fire" recipe which many of you undoubtedly know. So-supposihg-"Mr. Wonderful" hasn't the looks of Robert Bedford, the voice and poe^ style of Richard Burton, the virility of John Wayne, the brains of an EihstieN, the appeal of Paul Newman, or the suave, gentkness and sophistication of David Niven; but you I ST. CHMSTOPHER'S CHURCH — BOUUXR CITY — '^UOmONAl EPISCOPAU-ANOUCAN CATMOUC WELCOMES YOU TO WORSHIP Sunday: 11:30 AM ... Christ Lutheran ChurchT Fifth & B Streets, temporarily NURSERY & CHURCH SCHOOL (Grades K-9) PR. CLARK A. TEA. SSC, RECTOR The Netr Year Starts. V 4t /v • • ^—f—mim^m—m9—m^ 'Snap Up That Opportunity", Pastor's Topic Thursday, Ooctmbor 28, 19^8 "The Boys From Brail" now showing ot the Rainbow Theatre When Sir Lew Grade first announced he would present "A Producer Circle Production" of ka Levin's sensational best seller, "THE BOYS FROM (BRAZIL." expectatKxi rose tor a cinematic event ol the first magnitude. Now the Franklin J. Schatfner film starring Gregory Peck, Laurence Olivier and James Mason and sUrring Lilli Palmer openi December 2Tth It the Rainbow Theatre. Let It be said at the outset that Heywood Gould's screenplay, like Levin's novel, centers on one of the most diabolic human beings ever to live and also be portrayed in a work of fiction, the Na:i geneticist whose sadistic experiments earned him the appellation of "Angel ot Death" — Dr^Oosef Mengele. In a total departure from every starnng vehicle of an impressive career. Gregory Peck stars as Mengele, a demanding and fascinating portrayal which makes vivid, and terntymgly credible, the man's arch evil. Sir Laurence Olivier stars as the man passionately opposed to everything Mengele represents in a towering performance that ranks among the finest of his notable career To these two dynamos, add ttw distinguished names ol James Mason, who portrays one ol Mengele's colleagues and Lilli Palmer m a beautifully modulated portrayal as the sister ol Olivier. Uta Hagen, Rosemary Harris, Denholm Elliot and Anne Meara round out this remarkable assemblage. A stunning revelation in "THE BOYS FROM BRAZIL" precedes one ol the most shattering climaxes ever conceived. Cloning IS at the heart ol it, a subject which has caused a sensation as attention has t)een riveted around the world on that awesome and fearinducing field of biological endeavor. Executive Producer Robert Fryer, whose eye for talent is second to none In the interlocking worlds of theatre and| film, felt, even in the concept stage, that Academy Award winner Franklin Schaffnor ("Patton") would be the perfect director for "THE BOYS FROM BRAZIL," and Schaffner's enthusiasm for the protect was Instantaneous. To bring it to cinematic life, "Schaflner has called on the genius of Henri Decae as his director of photography and twotime Academy Award winner Gil Parrondo as production desig ler. with Producers Martin Ricr-ards and Stanley O'Tooie overseeing kxations ranging from Portugal, England and Austria to the United States Technical advisor for the film was Dr. Derek Bromhall ol Oxford, one ol Britain's leading biologists, who achieved lame in 1976 as the first scientist to fertilize mammals without sperm, resulting in identical embryos. Vegas Valley Christian Church pastor, Joel Rivers, will be speaking twice on Sunday, at the 10:00 a.m. service, he will be speaking on the topic of "Snap up that opportunity" and at the 7 p.m. service, he will be leading in a service entitled "Thank you, Lord". All are welcome to participate in these services. Vegas Valley Christian Chui^ch serves the communities of Las Vegas, Henderson, and Boulder City f^om 5515 Mountain Vista in the heart of t^ valley; located halfway between Las Vegas and Henderson between Tropicana and Russell Road. Acres of free parking, free nursery, and no steps for those in wheel chairs to have to be concerned about; they can be wheeled right into the service from the parking lot. Beginning January 7th at 7:00 p.m., the congregation will be led in a leadership clinic by the pastor. He will be teaching the principles of leadership and church growth. There art 2,000 different kindt of motquitoei in tfie worfd. ^ IF YOU WANTltARTS = CALL 565-8715 r • •••ooe*ooo#0e#oo*e#oe*o9**oeo DEMONSTRATIONS TRAIURSC^MPiRS I BOArS* AIRPLANES UNITS ^ uiRiD ucrarmuui STSTii ^ i nf7*'**''''**'*******^'******^****^****^"Tr''*'^Hn nn n nnniDoooQoooooo oooo LAAOEUAMETVOf NCW&USED BOATS iiti 3637 ^ ENGINES—TRANSMISSIONS r' J^ ji'M, 90 DAYS WARRANTY Installation AvailabI* SOUTHERN NEVADA AUTO PARTS 1239 BOULDER HWY, At King Strtct 20 YEARS IN BUSINESS I 24 Hour Towing-564-1180 • 2h'i.n'/ii:ii\^:i!M\\mm^ PRODUCTIVE ^ BUT BE ^"^ PROTEaED Servlnj Southern Nevada Ftr Allitsinsur ance needs From Auto Insurance to coverage on Heavy Equipment, coffitnercial.larming or industrial We take pride in our name and the services we otter. No matter what your insurance needs Kaercher Insurance IS the name to know. KAERCHER INSURANCE 725 SOUTH 8tli 384-2813 bt AnniMersary Sale 875 SOUTH ^ BOULDER The Spotlight i$ on... to thank all and friends throughout are looking you in 1979 • i wi

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Mandtratn HMIM N*WI and iMUtr City N*w West Expressway Completion Foreseen Prehner Construction Co. has been awarded a $3.6 million Highway Department contract to complete the final six miles on the West Ex pressway fi-om west of Decatur Ave. to the Tonopah Highway, accordJ 1— DR. ROBERT C. BASINGER K)OIATtlST — FOOT SPKIAUST is pItosMi to oAnounct th opening of his Spring Mtii Foot Clinic at 4564 Spring Mtrt. Rd., Spring Mtn. Plax^ Pi 871.1919 or 382-3122 AccirriNG NiW MTIINTS OmCIS NOW lOCAHO AT 2046 E. ChortMton (comtr of Eotttm) and 45M Spring Mtn. id., LV. ing to district engineer Keith Layton. Work will commence in about a month and follows a previous Frehner $3.2 million contract which completed the major grading work this fall. The curren^roject includes final grading and paving as well as additional drainage structures and a grade separation at Washington Ave. Signal systems and lighting will also be installed. Work is expected to take about ten months Craft DemoMtratiM ottiwGMFort Saturday, January 6, 1979-11:00-3:00-Carol and Wray Berry showing how to spin yarn using the Navajo spindle. They will also weave with the yarn which they have spun. Tours of the Old Fort will be available at this time. Admission is free, and the Old Fort is located at 906 Las Vegai Blvd. N.. just behind the Elks Lodge. Entrance is on Washington Avenue. ;>^: ;> 1^ For Thvraday, DacemWr 21, If70 I ;>-: By: Flo Rayvnond cmn YEiUIROUMD] BY BOB NESOFF PLAN NOW POt SPRING CAMPING The smart camper is beginning to make plans now tot wlut he'll be doing as spring approaches. And the raaUy smart one is checJunf out his equipment. One of the major trouble spots in any recreational vehicle is the elec trical systam. It's also. generally, one of the easiest to raptir. Unfortunately, too many peopla are afraid to undertake the task themselves and of|en end up paying a costly repair bill. There's time enough to call in a workman if. after trying yourself, the trouble is still elusive. All RVs either come with schematic drawmgs of the electncal system or they can be obtained from a dealer or the manufacturer. With a handy home rapair book ia ona hand and the schematic in the other, moat job* becotba a do-it-yourself matter. First, determine what the problem ia. If it's a flickering light or an appliance that goes on and off. the trouble is probably a loose wire. This is more likely to be in the fixture o* appliance ita^ than ij the electric system. Try plugging a different appliance into the outlet. If the problem persists, then you have to look beyond thia point. If the same problem happena throughout the unit, the exterior plug-in may not be making proper conUct. It could be a simple matter of spreading the prongs. Frequently, wiring in an RV dries out and cracka, causing shorts which could result in fire. Trace the system wherever you can. Frayed wiraa or dried and cracked spota can be fixed in one of two ways. First, if the wires themaelves haven't broken, a piece of electric tape will usually suffice. Make sure it overlaps on both sides of the damage. If any weight or preaaurs is to be applied to the wire, it may have to be spliced to give added strength. Make sure juice is cut off at the source and then snip the wire, cutting off the damaged section. Then twiat the wires together and cover 'with electric tape. Check for corroaion at any uninaulated point. A corroded point will not make proper conUct and can cause an interruption of power. Clean the corroded point with fine undpaper and then, after reconnecting, use a sUicone spray to inhibit additional corrosion. Remember, juat use common sense when working with the electrical syetem and you should be able to aavs money and be safe at the same time. 1979McNaughtSynd. Assuming that all wives are pretty "special"• we thought it might be a good way to start off the New Year by submitting a "sure fire" recipe which many of you undoubtedly know. So-supposihg-"Mr. Wonderful" hasn't the looks of Robert Bedford, the voice and poe^ style of Richard Burton, the virility of John Wayne, the brains of an EihstieN, the appeal of Paul Newman, or the suave, gentkness and sophistication of David Niven; but you I ST. CHMSTOPHER'S CHURCH — BOUUXR CITY — '^UOmONAl EPISCOPAU-ANOUCAN CATMOUC WELCOMES YOU TO WORSHIP Sunday: 11:30 AM ... Christ Lutheran ChurchT Fifth & B Streets, temporarily NURSERY & CHURCH SCHOOL (Grades K-9) PR. CLARK A. TEA. SSC, RECTOR The Netr Year Starts. V 4t /v • • ^—f—mim^m—m9—m^ 'Snap Up That Opportunity", Pastor's Topic Thursday, Ooctmbor 28, 19^8 "The Boys From Brail" now showing ot the Rainbow Theatre When Sir Lew Grade first announced he would present "A Producer Circle Production" of ka Levin's sensational best seller, "THE BOYS FROM (BRAZIL." expectatKxi rose tor a cinematic event ol the first magnitude. Now the Franklin J. Schatfner film starring Gregory Peck, Laurence Olivier and James Mason and sUrring Lilli Palmer openi December 2Tth It the Rainbow Theatre. Let It be said at the outset that Heywood Gould's screenplay, like Levin's novel, centers on one of the most diabolic human beings ever to live and also be portrayed in a work of fiction, the Na:i geneticist whose sadistic experiments earned him the appellation of "Angel ot Death" — Dr^Oosef Mengele. In a total departure from every starnng vehicle of an impressive career. Gregory Peck stars as Mengele, a demanding and fascinating portrayal which makes vivid, and terntymgly credible, the man's arch evil. Sir Laurence Olivier stars as the man passionately opposed to everything Mengele represents in a towering performance that ranks among the finest of his notable career To these two dynamos, add ttw distinguished names ol James Mason, who portrays one ol Mengele's colleagues and Lilli Palmer m a beautifully modulated portrayal as the sister ol Olivier. Uta Hagen, Rosemary Harris, Denholm Elliot and Anne Meara round out this remarkable assemblage. A stunning revelation in "THE BOYS FROM BRAZIL" precedes one ol the most shattering climaxes ever conceived. Cloning IS at the heart ol it, a subject which has caused a sensation as attention has t)een riveted around the world on that awesome and fearinducing field of biological endeavor. Executive Producer Robert Fryer, whose eye for talent is second to none In the interlocking worlds of theatre and| film, felt, even in the concept stage, that Academy Award winner Franklin Schaffnor ("Patton") would be the perfect director for "THE BOYS FROM BRAZIL," and Schaffner's enthusiasm for the protect was Instantaneous. To bring it to cinematic life, "Schaflner has called on the genius of Henri Decae as his director of photography and twotime Academy Award winner Gil Parrondo as production desig ler. with Producers Martin Ricr-ards and Stanley O'Tooie overseeing kxations ranging from Portugal, England and Austria to the United States Technical advisor for the film was Dr. Derek Bromhall ol Oxford, one ol Britain's leading biologists, who achieved lame in 1976 as the first scientist to fertilize mammals without sperm, resulting in identical embryos. Vegas Valley Christian Church pastor, Joel Rivers, will be speaking twice on Sunday, at the 10:00 a.m. service, he will be speaking on the topic of "Snap up that opportunity" and at the 7 p.m. service, he will be leading in a service entitled "Thank you, Lord". All are welcome to participate in these services. Vegas Valley Christian Chui^ch serves the communities of Las Vegas, Henderson, and Boulder City f^om 5515 Mountain Vista in the heart of t^ valley; located halfway between Las Vegas and Henderson between Tropicana and Russell Road. Acres of free parking, free nursery, and no steps for those in wheel chairs to have to be concerned about; they can be wheeled right into the service from the parking lot. Beginning January 7th at 7:00 p.m., the congregation will be led in a leadership clinic by the pastor. He will be teaching the principles of leadership and church growth. 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KAERCHER INSURANCE 725 SOUTH 8tli 384-2813 bt AnniMersary Sale 875 SOUTH ^ BOULDER The Spotlight i$ on... to thank all and friends throughout are looking you in 1979 • i wi

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Oilk Chuck Roast U.S.D.A.CHoktftMf. Rovoffvl and Juky. Mod* Cut. T-Bone U.S.D.A. Chk BMI CAerfc Out The Berf! 7-ltM RMSI J USOACtMk* Chuck lb. P#IIM#tS RMItt USOACHwM^kiKk lb. IMI Sttw MMI iMtlMlCubM lb Steok^$*ina fkg. I r i BUF ROAST IHWI On* Cupwi N' kmilY C*d DM 2I-31, 17I ei Any SaUw In V4a>. Mi>dr m *4 IM/Waf CitY. NcvMa AHtiilional Bulk Beef Sale! loneless Whole SHouMer us DA. OMK* lf. Cenloini 91 43 • eait and StMki lb. I ChuckCreulib,Tal}-lb Boneless Whole Round Tip U.S.O.A Chk lf C09 lnclud Sitakt and # 1 o2 Ra(ti,TolMb Ib. I FRIED CHICKEN DAoner HewM Freicn And 2-lb. Fully Cooked $in 1 BIEF PAHY MIX Titurd VoftlobI* Perlwn Add*d AVOCADO DIPS Calv • Wifti OniM • Wilh IM* Safeway Party Time Buys! • • • Corn Cbip 9W^ 1!3^ Pototo Chips MiAO< • PortyMd* Mig. VT Cream Cheese i^i^Qc lKrn fbf. # ^ Porty Dips lutof*** •-<3Q< '^(lictpi Gam ond Gutolly, all our meat department prtennel ore there to serve yew m the tome friendly way. J Thura^y, DKmbr 21, 1971 Free and Low Cost Caro AvalaUe by Gtrk Couiity Legal Services Program. Inc. John C. Spehn, Paralegal People who live on low-incoraes arc cligil)lc for free or bebw cost rtiedical care, from hospitals and other institutions which have received construction money under the Hill-Burton Act of 1946. The Hill-Burton Act makes funds available for hospital construction and renovation. In return, the hospitals must give free/ below cost care to people who cannot afford to pay for such care. Among the Gark County Hospitals which have received HillBurton funds are Southern Nevada Memorial Hospital. St. Ro$e dc Lima Hospital (Henderson), and Boulder City Hospital. Each Hill-Burtonfacility is required to post notices in the emergency room, admitting office, business office, and out patient clinic to advise you of its obligation to provide free below cost care. The signs must be readable and multilingual (e.g. in Spanish). To qualify for free or below cost care you musY: a) be within the fmancialli mits of the Community Services Administrations low-income guidelines or, b) have had a recent change in your fmancial situation which makes it difTicult or impossible tp pay a fee for services. CaaBaeaity Servicca Adimiaifftntioi GtUMiBOH AaawllncoflM Sin of FaaOy Uilt • NM-Fam Fanily Fretoner Freion Oofrotled FINE WINES BUDWEISER ioHsbert Choose ToqoHos ^^ BEER landom\Moiflhtt..lb.49 Mar-Kot.ll H-M. T7 12 ^T' Choose Rolls SdomChoeso SAFEWAY GOOD SPIRITS CORNER ^^. Chompogne S175 t—^^/ MoitwiMont yjO-ml. i ^^£^ Andre $919 '— ^y Chompogne 750-ml. A fjita^ Asti-Spumonti 5^99 ^£!^ Cello 7$0.ml."f Bersano 5^99 Atti-Spumonti 7$0-ml. "V Mortini & Rossi $^99 / Attl-Spumenti 750-ml. W Holiday Produce Buys! KoukonoKlub $^39 orOwtdo 00< U^-ot. m lvt•^m....7}^.n.WW Safeway Variety Department Savings! hkt Hfoctiv Injlicentod Sol a woye Only, MacNAIR'S SCOTCH •O-Proof i 10" ^^tei^ Torton Royol $0| i^^yST/UtnK 0-rwe ...^^., Ln-iM. O 1 7S-Utef Kovlono Vodko $iAn I 7S.btar V 6" FMolis Rrwidv $019 aO-Nl \7HiH> V StoiHoN CM STT9 ^s^ Vitamin C ••ttioS129 f-^-^^ Sofowoy 500-m| Vitamin C ToWoH. of 100 I ^^Ruled Poper ^ soo^^mt 0Q( "' • V wi^^CoHotalula iO '^ Rubbing Alcobd )7( I t oprepyl 1*^. lottlo A # {,^ ^Ei i i lo M ^. J0< ^}fn*^^V^ ^'g*^> •fKmftiMSe't eocti ^W "^r Own Oeivie eectt A Wing Your Film To Safeway For DEVELOPINC AND PRINTINC c-nooodi}* c-noandna C-US-MM 1 7-iMfmutu 20 hpa w io i SMcpaewfoe *2^ 3 3w Safeway Money^Saving Buys! ^Orange Juice "llir 22 59< s^" (ro9moiit Mixors XHJ!LM 4iatita 1 ^-v. • #v ^. i ^fti!i'r^.3:'l^trSft!t. ii2f (MUltTkuMyul MMco ^Q<|p^SorCiotiii PM ^0( aO•^M( I.TMMer iioToor Moater C h otn er Vho imit OH Pwdw iea ef Ufoer nrfWlMt. Potatoes Bonona Squosh DdkieuiApplet ^AA< Heiittnanit SJM RodOoliciovOk WMMfifllanStoto # 7 hoeh, AiMrtod 44nckM V YeUew Oniem IQc Aniou Poors 1Q( U.S.Mt.l b. IT U.S.Ma.1 %. W9 Romoine Lettuce PVMH WW VflOp iee**e* 25< Avocodos UifoStu 4J1 SAFEWAY loftortChoko >^S^Wp _j> Chooio dpi 00< W^n4 t^.WM &!:rs^^2i'2rm^'^.. ^st AU SAFfWATS OPEN .^n, >..>> .> ^m.W NEW YEArS DAY, JAN. 1 S?^AJiT tmtt ttenp CeapMM. K I 2 3 4 5 S3140.00 S4160.00 S5180.0O I62Q0.0O $7220.00 U240.00 For family' units with more than 6 meoibers. •dd S1020.00 for eecb additional member in a non-farm family • aAd 860.00 for each additional member in a farm family. If you are admitted to a Hill-Burton facility, you are entitled to a written determination of whether you are eligible for free or low-cost care. Federal law requires the facility to make this determination. If you think that there is any possibility that you might be eligible for free or low-cost services, demand a Written Determination of your Eligibility. The determination will be made before services are given unless you are admitted in an emergency. In an emergency situation, the hospital can provide services and make the Hill-Burton eligibility determination as soon as possible after the emergency. If you ere denied aaaietancc, demand a writleo explanation of why ye were denied auistance. If you arc dissatiifted wtdi the determinitiM. jtm should cenpUKlii writmg to the Nevtdf Stite ORVie of Heehh Planning and Resources which adrainiiteri the Hill-Birtoii program. ,^ f Richard Jose, Nevada's contribution to tha oparatic world. NEVADA HISTORICAL SOCIETY PHOTOGRAPH Hondarton Hm Ntw* and Bewldar City Ntwt p^^ ^^ Novodo Historical Societ/f "1\\\% wot Nevada" Series Richard Jose, Son of Nevada Richard Jtfse; Nevada's unforgetable tenor who sang hia.woy into the hearts of willions. This article reprinted fi^om a 1908 issue of the Reno Evening Gazette, outlines the performers life. Everyone that could possibly squeeze into the Grand Theatre was there last night to hear Richard Jose, the world's greatest contra tenor sing and when the big, pleasant looking, silver • haired Reno boy appeared there was a burst of applause that threatened to shake the footlights from their sockets. Richard Jose was known personally by more than half the people in the big crowd and it made their hearts flutter with excitement and made their eyes Till with tears to see the Reno boy who had gone forth and won renown appear before them again and sing to them as he did when he was a boy and ham* mered out horeshoes on an anvil in W.J. Luke's blacksmith shop in Reno. Richard Jose, or "Dick" as he is known to his Reno friends, has sung in all the largest cities of the world and has become famous, but to nearly every person in that audience last night he seemed to be just the same plain "Dick" Jose.' who more than twenty one years ago sang to them in that same sweet, appealing voice as he worked over the anvil and forge, wiping the sweat fVom his brow with a work hardened hand. Dick Jose sang from the depths of his heart last night and the sweet notes penetrated the hearts of all who heard him, but he declares that he did not do his best. He states that he was so filled with emotion as he looked over the footlights into the facet of the boys he used to play with and the girls be used to tease that for a few seconds he thought he would have to just stand and watch his friends and not sing after all. "Something seemed to All my throat," said Dick this morning, "and juRt couldn't sing and the suddenly I caugLit the eye of Captain Gosse and I seemed to be myself again My eyes were filled with tears and all seemed to be in a haze before me. I knew that my boyhood friends were waiting for me to sing to them and I blinked the tears away and sang. I didn't do as well last night as I can, but tonight I think I will sing better. I tell you it gets to a man's feelings to return to his home town and sing to his old friends after being away for many years. 11 just makes you want to cry, even if you are big and fat and a boy no longer." "How does it feel to be back in your home town once more and to see the old fi'iends of your boyhood?" "How does it feel? you ask me. Well, I will tell you said Dick Jose at be leaned againit a post ia front of the Masonic Thursday, D*
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Oilk Chuck Roast U.S.D.A.CHoktftMf. Rovoffvl and Juky. Mod* Cut. T-Bone U.S.D.A. Chk BMI CAerfc Out The Berf! 7-ltM RMSI J USOACtMk* Chuck lb. P#IIM#tS RMItt USOACHwM^kiKk lb. IMI Sttw MMI iMtlMlCubM lb Steok^$*ina fkg. I r i BUF ROAST IHWI On* Cupwi N' kmilY C*d DM 2I-31, 17I ei Any SaUw In V4a>. Mi>dr m *4 IM/Waf CitY. NcvMa AHtiilional Bulk Beef Sale! loneless Whole SHouMer us DA. OMK* lf. Cenloini 91 43 • eait and StMki lb. I ChuckCreulib,Tal}-lb Boneless Whole Round Tip U.S.O.A Chk lf C09 lnclud Sitakt and # 1 o2 Ra(ti,TolMb Ib. I FRIED CHICKEN DAoner HewM Freicn And 2-lb. Fully Cooked $in 1 BIEF PAHY MIX Titurd VoftlobI* Perlwn Add*d AVOCADO DIPS Calv • Wifti OniM • Wilh IM* Safeway Party Time Buys! • • • Corn Cbip 9W^ 1!3^ Pototo Chips MiAO< • PortyMd* Mig. VT Cream Cheese i^i^Qc lKrn fbf. # ^ Porty Dips lutof*** •-<3Q< '^(lictpi Gam ond Gutolly, all our meat department prtennel ore there to serve yew m the tome friendly way. J Thura^y, DKmbr 21, 1971 Free and Low Cost Caro AvalaUe by Gtrk Couiity Legal Services Program. Inc. John C. Spehn, Paralegal People who live on low-incoraes arc cligil)lc for free or bebw cost rtiedical care, from hospitals and other institutions which have received construction money under the Hill-Burton Act of 1946. The Hill-Burton Act makes funds available for hospital construction and renovation. In return, the hospitals must give free/ below cost care to people who cannot afford to pay for such care. Among the Gark County Hospitals which have received HillBurton funds are Southern Nevada Memorial Hospital. St. Ro$e dc Lima Hospital (Henderson), and Boulder City Hospital. Each Hill-Burtonfacility is required to post notices in the emergency room, admitting office, business office, and out patient clinic to advise you of its obligation to provide free below cost care. The signs must be readable and multilingual (e.g. in Spanish). To qualify for free or below cost care you musY: a) be within the fmancialli mits of the Community Services Administrations low-income guidelines or, b) have had a recent change in your fmancial situation which makes it difTicult or impossible tp pay a fee for services. CaaBaeaity Servicca Adimiaifftntioi GtUMiBOH AaawllncoflM Sin of FaaOy Uilt • NM-Fam Fanily Fretoner Freion Oofrotled FINE WINES BUDWEISER ioHsbert Choose ToqoHos ^^ BEER landom\Moiflhtt..lb.49 Mar-Kot.ll H-M. T7 12 ^T' Choose Rolls SdomChoeso SAFEWAY GOOD SPIRITS CORNER ^^. Chompogne S175 t—^^/ MoitwiMont yjO-ml. i ^^£^ Andre $919 '— ^y Chompogne 750-ml. A fjita^ Asti-Spumonti 5^99 ^£!^ Cello 7$0.ml."f Bersano 5^99 Atti-Spumonti 7$0-ml. "V Mortini & Rossi $^99 / Attl-Spumenti 750-ml. W Holiday Produce Buys! KoukonoKlub $^39 orOwtdo 00< U^-ot. m lvt•^m....7}^.n.WW Safeway Variety Department Savings! hkt Hfoctiv Injlicentod Sol a woye Only, MacNAIR'S SCOTCH •O-Proof i 10" ^^tei^ Torton Royol $0| i^^yST/UtnK 0-rwe ...^^., Ln-iM. O 1 7S-Utef Kovlono Vodko $iAn I 7S.btar V 6" FMolis Rrwidv $019 aO-Nl \7HiH> V StoiHoN CM STT9 ^s^ Vitamin C ••ttioS129 f-^-^^ Sofowoy 500-m| Vitamin C ToWoH. of 100 I ^^Ruled Poper ^ soo^^mt 0Q( "' • V wi^^CoHotalula iO '^ Rubbing Alcobd )7( I t oprepyl 1*^. lottlo A # {,^ ^Ei i i lo M ^. J0< ^}fn*^^V^ ^'g*^> •fKmftiMSe't eocti ^W "^r Own Oeivie eectt A Wing Your Film To Safeway For DEVELOPINC AND PRINTINC c-nooodi}* c-noandna C-US-MM 1 7-iMfmutu 20 hpa w io i SMcpaewfoe *2^ 3 3w Safeway Money^Saving Buys! ^Orange Juice "llir 22 59< s^" (ro9moiit Mixors XHJ!LM 4iatita 1 ^-v. • #v ^. i ^fti!i'r^.3:'l^trSft!t. ii2f (MUltTkuMyul MMco ^Q<|p^SorCiotiii PM ^0( aO•^M( I.TMMer iioToor Moater C h otn er Vho imit OH Pwdw iea ef Ufoer nrfWlMt. Potatoes Bonona Squosh DdkieuiApplet ^AA< Heiittnanit SJM RodOoliciovOk WMMfifllanStoto # 7 hoeh, AiMrtod 44nckM V YeUew Oniem IQc Aniou Poors 1Q( U.S.Mt.l b. IT U.S.Ma.1 %. W9 Romoine Lettuce PVMH WW VflOp iee**e* 25< Avocodos UifoStu 4J1 SAFEWAY loftortChoko >^S^Wp _j> Chooio dpi 00< W^n4 t^.WM &!:rs^^2i'2rm^'^.. ^st AU SAFfWATS OPEN .^n, >..>> .> ^m.W NEW YEArS DAY, JAN. 1 S?^AJiT tmtt ttenp CeapMM. K I 2 3 4 5 S3140.00 S4160.00 S5180.0O I62Q0.0O $7220.00 U240.00 For family' units with more than 6 meoibers. •dd S1020.00 for eecb additional member in a non-farm family • aAd 860.00 for each additional member in a farm family. If you are admitted to a Hill-Burton facility, you are entitled to a written determination of whether you are eligible for free or low-cost care. Federal law requires the facility to make this determination. If you think that there is any possibility that you might be eligible for free or low-cost services, demand a Written Determination of your Eligibility. The determination will be made before services are given unless you are admitted in an emergency. In an emergency situation, the hospital can provide services and make the Hill-Burton eligibility determination as soon as possible after the emergency. If you ere denied aaaietancc, demand a writleo explanation of why ye were denied auistance. If you arc dissatiifted wtdi the determinitiM. jtm should cenpUKlii writmg to the Nevtdf Stite ORVie of Heehh Planning and Resources which adrainiiteri the Hill-Birtoii program. ,^ f Richard Jose, Nevada's contribution to tha oparatic world. NEVADA HISTORICAL SOCIETY PHOTOGRAPH Hondarton Hm Ntw* and Bewldar City Ntwt p^^ ^^ Novodo Historical Societ/f "1\\\% wot Nevada" Series Richard Jose, Son of Nevada Richard Jtfse; Nevada's unforgetable tenor who sang hia.woy into the hearts of willions. This article reprinted fi^om a 1908 issue of the Reno Evening Gazette, outlines the performers life. Everyone that could possibly squeeze into the Grand Theatre was there last night to hear Richard Jose, the world's greatest contra tenor sing and when the big, pleasant looking, silver • haired Reno boy appeared there was a burst of applause that threatened to shake the footlights from their sockets. Richard Jose was known personally by more than half the people in the big crowd and it made their hearts flutter with excitement and made their eyes Till with tears to see the Reno boy who had gone forth and won renown appear before them again and sing to them as he did when he was a boy and ham* mered out horeshoes on an anvil in W.J. Luke's blacksmith shop in Reno. Richard Jose, or "Dick" as he is known to his Reno friends, has sung in all the largest cities of the world and has become famous, but to nearly every person in that audience last night he seemed to be just the same plain "Dick" Jose.' who more than twenty one years ago sang to them in that same sweet, appealing voice as he worked over the anvil and forge, wiping the sweat fVom his brow with a work hardened hand. Dick Jose sang from the depths of his heart last night and the sweet notes penetrated the hearts of all who heard him, but he declares that he did not do his best. He states that he was so filled with emotion as he looked over the footlights into the facet of the boys he used to play with and the girls be used to tease that for a few seconds he thought he would have to just stand and watch his friends and not sing after all. "Something seemed to All my throat," said Dick this morning, "and juRt couldn't sing and the suddenly I caugLit the eye of Captain Gosse and I seemed to be myself again My eyes were filled with tears and all seemed to be in a haze before me. I knew that my boyhood friends were waiting for me to sing to them and I blinked the tears away and sang. I didn't do as well last night as I can, but tonight I think I will sing better. I tell you it gets to a man's feelings to return to his home town and sing to his old friends after being away for many years. 11 just makes you want to cry, even if you are big and fat and a boy no longer." "How does it feel to be back in your home town once more and to see the old fi'iends of your boyhood?" "How does it feel? you ask me. Well, I will tell you said Dick Jose at be leaned againit a post ia front of the Masonic Thursday, D*
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I Mei^amnMint Nww ond •••, CHy Nwfi NfaM Thun^, Dtcembtr 21, If 71 Contract Awarded for Southern Nevada Water Project A $14,075,290 Bureau of Reclamation contract for building three second • stage pumping plants and modifying an existing first stage pumping plant on the Southern Nevada Water Project has been awarded. Secretary of the Interior Cecil D. Andrus announced today. The contract went to Peter Kiewit and sons, Arcadia, Calif, on its low bid, the lowest of eight opened in Henderson, Nev. last October 5 CR. Fedrick, Novata, Calif, was a close second with an offer of $14,091,468. Perini Corporation, San Francisco, Calif., was third with a bid of $15,406,441. The Engineer's Estimate was $16,521,116. Commissioner of Reclamation R. Keith Higginson said the pumping plants are main features of the Southern Nevada Water Project's second stage of development, which has been underway since last December and is scheduled for completion in the early 1980's. The project is designed to meet the rapidly rising water needs of the Las Vegas metropolitan area. The first stage began delivering water to the Us Vegas Valley Water District, North Las Vegas, Henderson, Boulder City, and Nellis Air Force Base in 1971. The two stages will be capable of pumping and delivering up to 299,000 acre • feet. This is^ Nevada's annual allotment of Colorado River Rib Roast Roasting Ciiiclcen Dungeness Crab Lirg Mttty liM S,6.7 Nib o a ^0 Gold Leaf U.S. GovtrnmenI Inspected Young Frozen 5-7 Lb*. Albertton* Supreme Betf Loin Sirloin Stealc MORE MEAT SPECIALS FROM ALBERTSONS Sliced Ouarttrtd ori( Loin Chops CentilM Ctnltrt and Endt Country Style Spareribs L^ 49 DELICATESSEN SAVINGS •OMM( tMl Chuck CrM Nik S4 79 •<•"•*>'•• P Afi Shoulder Clod Roasts u^ I Cream Cheese t^. OB Boneless Chuck Steaks ib 1 Asst. Party Dips •.„ 98 Lak* I* k*k* Mild Cheddar Cheese M. U.t.O H i n e n d SO99 Sirloin Lamb Chops ik 2 99 L*.I.IH. j.jjg Mild Chfiddr CheASA ,}V QUALITY, FRESH PRODUCE ^^. Criap Red ^l|M9D£licious Api ^.39 Apples 0 U.t N*. 1 lirfk Baking Potatoes 4 ^J^ Fresh Lemons 6 f..49^ 3.1 Frnli lti Romaine Lettuce Laura Scudder't LOW. MONEY SAVING GROCERY PRICES ^ Assorted 8-01. Twin ?m trtn or Mcrttat* HeuM Coffee Large Eggs *1on Mn*urgr of Hot Dog Buns Ripe Olives Si 98 AiiOrtwtoMb Doz .n,i 79' .39' 63 Canada Dry Mixers a Q $1 28-ez.Bll. %M m -=^^=^ Rttumable ^^ For • N.biKo TAc Snack Crackers •..79 Mixed Party Nuts „..'"'* Sour Cream n89 Onion Soup Mix. ,.H-) 61* FROZEN FOOD SAVINGS 05 Jant LM or WMtwood Ice Cream '/.-a^, Orange Juice .i^.c. 69* Avocado Dip -49 DeePizza ^. 3" M MONEY SAVING LIQUOR PRICES Kamchatka Vodka Seagram's V.O. Cr!!iari Champagne Schlltz Light Beer .1.7S Liter ..7S0 mil. ....750 mil. ..1/12 01. sess $g69 s-jes ijM. LOW VARIETY PRICESColgate Toothpaste 99* Incl. 18* OH LtM Rose Milk CrMKi 99' Kodak Film \]l?,^V* $•^29 $^89 Alka Seltzer NI|Mllm CM MM Nyquil Liquid (-M lie Mc Best Food's Mayonnaise 98* aid • 3]0I i1 Minute MaTd • • AttWrtSOin • ^"*Cupon.Mon.yOrdn.iltoW.uplo|S00Hitl8 i Orange Juice English Muffins I '^^'"^'r^^irT*^is.k cMk^^Qc |tm ioe .^^^ ^^^**l><^•_•, la On M M> 1 • •'• Ca.v >. !•>•, n tn tum I m I • aT*. ~ a J IVAAAMUn EKH OI ihnt Mvemstd ilmtitrquiilobiM
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I Mei^amnMint Nww ond •••, CHy Nwfi NfaM Thun^, Dtcembtr 21, If 71 Contract Awarded for Southern Nevada Water Project A $14,075,290 Bureau of Reclamation contract for building three second • stage pumping plants and modifying an existing first stage pumping plant on the Southern Nevada Water Project has been awarded. Secretary of the Interior Cecil D. Andrus announced today. The contract went to Peter Kiewit and sons, Arcadia, Calif, on its low bid, the lowest of eight opened in Henderson, Nev. last October 5 CR. Fedrick, Novata, Calif, was a close second with an offer of $14,091,468. Perini Corporation, San Francisco, Calif., was third with a bid of $15,406,441. The Engineer's Estimate was $16,521,116. Commissioner of Reclamation R. Keith Higginson said the pumping plants are main features of the Southern Nevada Water Project's second stage of development, which has been underway since last December and is scheduled for completion in the early 1980's. The project is designed to meet the rapidly rising water needs of the Las Vegas metropolitan area. The first stage began delivering water to the Us Vegas Valley Water District, North Las Vegas, Henderson, Boulder City, and Nellis Air Force Base in 1971. The two stages will be capable of pumping and delivering up to 299,000 acre • feet. This is^ Nevada's annual allotment of Colorado River Rib Roast Roasting Ciiiclcen Dungeness Crab Lirg Mttty liM S,6.7 Nib o a ^0 Gold Leaf U.S. GovtrnmenI Inspected Young Frozen 5-7 Lb*. Albertton* Supreme Betf Loin Sirloin Stealc MORE MEAT SPECIALS FROM ALBERTSONS Sliced Ouarttrtd ori( Loin Chops CentilM Ctnltrt and Endt Country Style Spareribs L^ 49 DELICATESSEN SAVINGS •OMM( tMl Chuck CrM Nik S4 79 •<•"•*>'•• P Afi Shoulder Clod Roasts u^ I Cream Cheese t^. OB Boneless Chuck Steaks ib 1 Asst. Party Dips •.„ 98 Lak* I* k*k* Mild Cheddar Cheese M. U.t.O H i n e n d SO99 Sirloin Lamb Chops ik 2 99 L*.I.IH. j.jjg Mild Chfiddr CheASA ,}V QUALITY, FRESH PRODUCE ^^. Criap Red ^l|M9D£licious Api ^.39 Apples 0 U.t N*. 1 lirfk Baking Potatoes 4 ^J^ Fresh Lemons 6 f..49^ 3.1 Frnli lti Romaine Lettuce Laura Scudder't LOW. MONEY SAVING GROCERY PRICES ^ Assorted 8-01. Twin ?m trtn or Mcrttat* HeuM Coffee Large Eggs *1on Mn*urgr of Hot Dog Buns Ripe Olives Si 98 AiiOrtwtoMb Doz .n,i 79' .39' 63 Canada Dry Mixers a Q $1 28-ez.Bll. %M m -=^^=^ Rttumable ^^ For • N.biKo TAc Snack Crackers •..79 Mixed Party Nuts „..'"'* Sour Cream n89 Onion Soup Mix. ,.H-) 61* FROZEN FOOD SAVINGS 05 Jant LM or WMtwood Ice Cream '/.-a^, Orange Juice .i^.c. 69* Avocado Dip -49 DeePizza ^. 3" M MONEY SAVING LIQUOR PRICES Kamchatka Vodka Seagram's V.O. Cr!!iari Champagne Schlltz Light Beer .1.7S Liter ..7S0 mil. ....750 mil. ..1/12 01. sess $g69 s-jes ijM. LOW VARIETY PRICESColgate Toothpaste 99* Incl. 18* OH LtM Rose Milk CrMKi 99' Kodak Film \]l?,^V* $•^29 $^89 Alka Seltzer NI|Mllm CM MM Nyquil Liquid (-M lie Mc Best Food's Mayonnaise 98* aid • 3]0I i1 Minute MaTd • • AttWrtSOin • ^"*Cupon.Mon.yOrdn.iltoW.uplo|S00Hitl8 i Orange Juice English Muffins I '^^'"^'r^^irT*^is.k cMk^^Qc |tm ioe .^^^ ^^^**l><^•_•, la On M M> 1 • •'• Ca.v >. !•>•, n tn tum I m I • aT*. ~ a J IVAAAMUn EKH OI ihnt Mvemstd ilmtitrquiilobiM
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mw^ffn Horn* Nwt and leuldtr City Ntwi Thursday, Doctmbar 21, 1971 f ^ ANNUAL SCOUT DINNER •• Chairman Ed Nigra and Chairlady Connie Larson remind everyone of the date for the 35th Annual Boy Scout Recognition Dinner at the Sahara Hotel February 15, 1979. Mrs. Larson is respnsible for the attendarKO of Kout leaders to the dinner, honerir>g adult volunteers of the Boulder Dam Area CourKil which administers activities for 12,000 Kouts in Nevada, California and Arizona. ^ •FuK&6am€6 11 PM 'ta Early in the Morning! From 11PM On.!-, lance Floors K Cuia Ka Hiifttiiuuii F'lee CluuKjKi^Me oi fHubiUe • fiteeFaii8A F*ieeBuHeiai2:30aiii The ONLY PIACE TO HAVE FUN IS AT NICK'S OF COURSE! •-Come early and stay bte. If you happen to need a way home, Nick wl supply your transportation free of charge so therel be no need to spol New Year's Day! 565-0122 ISJCoiteKUwlDt MAGNAVOX iSM-withie* diagonal In-line picture tube. VIDEOMATIC' COLOR TV SAVE '50 Enjoy big set performance and a small set price! This outstindlng Magnavox will bring you your favorlta television programs in vivid, lile-IIke color ~ with an accurately tuned picture on every channel. 100% solid-slate ... and a solid value ... It even offers you picture* tliat adjust automatically to changing room light. They are never washed out in a bright room, never glare in a darkened room. NOW •419." MASNAVOX QUAUTY IN EVERY DETAIL Model 4S12 Contemporary styling with 25' diagonal 100 in-line tube. Recessed pedestal base is removable to permit use as a table model. COLOR TV •AUTOMATIC FINE TUNING •ADVANCED 100% SOUD-STATE CHASSIS •100IN-LINEP1CTURETUBE •FINER FURNITURE STYLING SAVE*50 Enjoy accurately tuned pictures on any channel At a price much less than you would expect to pay, you may enioy the wonderful viewing offered by this Magnavoi Color console featuring automatic line tuning circuitry that "loclis-m" station signals to brit^ you accurately tuned pictures on any channel — UHF orVHF. Inadditlon, it features a highly reliable 100% solid-state chassis and a 100" in-line picture tube for exceptional contrast and brightness NOW •549" QUAUTY IN EVERY DETAIL Medal SM Early AmwlcanilyUng 25* diagonal Flre Furniture Consol* with High Reeolution Filter lor a 25<> sharper, cnsper. clearer picture than ever before possible Plus. Videomalic to autonutically ad|usl the picture to changirtg room hghi And. a single LEO channel readout for UHf and VHF phjs a 100*. solidstate chassis Finelumiture styling, too At a price much less Iftan you would expect to pay, you may enjoy the wonderlul viewing offered by this Magnavox Color console featuring automatic fine tuning circuitry that "locks-in" station signals to bring you accurately tuned pictures on any channel — UHF or VHF. In addition, it features a highly reliable 100% solid-state chassis and a 100 in-line picture tube for exceptional contrast NOW^S99" MAGNANOC QUAUTY IN EVERY DETAIL 19 diagonal Videomatlc^olor Table Model brings you i really aulomalic picture An electronic eye even automatically adfusls 'I so it never glares never washes out It also has the 100 inLme Tube System plus a highly reliable energy-saving solid-siate chassis li N0W*499 Modular Music system...with THcousttc Projection 120. This model 2050 features • AM FM tuner amplilier • Aulomalic turntable • Built-in 8-iraci< tape player recorder • Tricoustic Profection 120 speaker system featuring automatic stereo balancing. SAVE 'SO NOW •499" 1J" atMal Colof Portable. Mod JSWwilTtrmg you great viewing at a budget-pleasing pncewith Automatic Fine Tuning lor accurately tuned pictures, the Precision In-Line Tube System lor exceptional color and brightness. plus a highly reliable, energy-saving 100% solid-state chassis. NOW '339<^ BILL MERRELLS & APPLIANCE SALES & SERVICE. 133 mm ST. PH. 56M79B I 7^ Hitdren Home Newt and toulder Cily Nw Thursday, December 21, 1971 Everything Must Go! BUSINESS SAVE STATE DISTRICT AHORNEY ASSOCIATION OFFICERS MEET WITH UST • Steven D. McMorris of Douglas County (left), newly elected president of the Nevada State District Attorney's Association and Clark County District Attorney Bob Miller (right) met lost week with Governor elect Robert List to discuss upcoming D.A. Association spnsored legislation. Mon. & Fri. 10 to 9; Sat. 10-6; Sun. 11-5 f HI-WAY FURNITURE 1241 North Boulder Highway. Henderson mmm naamammmmsasm i ^,,,::.,//, • ,11 • ',(,' § § ^< • v /\ /\ 7:K ^'A\J.\ ^ y.y j\-^(x HlPi^.^.^.W.W.W.W!W 1 m cAKtY BOYS b GIRLS sm mm mm w TREE HOUSE KID STUFF 143 WATH) • HON. MON. SAT. e 10 ID 6 Ule Ale PSeoAed Ta AiiHoiutce Tbai 9 HNU Acce|)UKg jCiHuied ZmSSbMJti Kindergartrn through Eif^hlh Grades A State Licensed Non-Profit Educational Organization 700 E. Charleston Blvd. Telephone: 382-8808 I N

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mw^ffn Horn* Nwt and leuldtr City Ntwi Thursday, Doctmbar 21, 1971 f ^ ANNUAL SCOUT DINNER •• Chairman Ed Nigra and Chairlady Connie Larson remind everyone of the date for the 35th Annual Boy Scout Recognition Dinner at the Sahara Hotel February 15, 1979. Mrs. Larson is respnsible for the attendarKO of Kout leaders to the dinner, honerir>g adult volunteers of the Boulder Dam Area CourKil which administers activities for 12,000 Kouts in Nevada, California and Arizona. ^ •FuK&6am€6 11 PM 'ta Early in the Morning! From 11PM On.!-, lance Floors K Cuia Ka Hiifttiiuuii F'lee CluuKjKi^Me oi fHubiUe • fiteeFaii8A F*ieeBuHeiai2:30aiii The ONLY PIACE TO HAVE FUN IS AT NICK'S OF COURSE! •-Come early and stay bte. If you happen to need a way home, Nick wl supply your transportation free of charge so therel be no need to spol New Year's Day! 565-0122 ISJCoiteKUwlDt MAGNAVOX iSM-withie* diagonal In-line picture tube. VIDEOMATIC' COLOR TV SAVE '50 Enjoy big set performance and a small set price! This outstindlng Magnavox will bring you your favorlta television programs in vivid, lile-IIke color ~ with an accurately tuned picture on every channel. 100% solid-slate ... and a solid value ... It even offers you picture* tliat adjust automatically to changing room light. They are never washed out in a bright room, never glare in a darkened room. NOW •419." MASNAVOX QUAUTY IN EVERY DETAIL Model 4S12 Contemporary styling with 25' diagonal 100 in-line tube. Recessed pedestal base is removable to permit use as a table model. COLOR TV •AUTOMATIC FINE TUNING •ADVANCED 100% SOUD-STATE CHASSIS •100IN-LINEP1CTURETUBE •FINER FURNITURE STYLING SAVE*50 Enjoy accurately tuned pictures on any channel At a price much less than you would expect to pay, you may enioy the wonderful viewing offered by this Magnavoi Color console featuring automatic line tuning circuitry that "loclis-m" station signals to brit^ you accurately tuned pictures on any channel — UHF orVHF. Inadditlon, it features a highly reliable 100% solid-state chassis and a 100" in-line picture tube for exceptional contrast and brightness NOW •549" QUAUTY IN EVERY DETAIL Medal SM Early AmwlcanilyUng 25* diagonal Flre Furniture Consol* with High Reeolution Filter lor a 25<> sharper, cnsper. clearer picture than ever before possible Plus. Videomalic to autonutically ad|usl the picture to changirtg room hghi And. a single LEO channel readout for UHf and VHF phjs a 100*. solidstate chassis Finelumiture styling, too At a price much less Iftan you would expect to pay, you may enjoy the wonderlul viewing offered by this Magnavox Color console featuring automatic fine tuning circuitry that "locks-in" station signals to bring you accurately tuned pictures on any channel — UHF or VHF. In addition, it features a highly reliable 100% solid-state chassis and a 100 in-line picture tube for exceptional contrast NOW^S99" MAGNANOC QUAUTY IN EVERY DETAIL 19 diagonal Videomatlc^olor Table Model brings you i really aulomalic picture An electronic eye even automatically adfusls 'I so it never glares never washes out It also has the 100 inLme Tube System plus a highly reliable energy-saving solid-siate chassis li N0W*499 Modular Music system...with THcousttc Projection 120. This model 2050 features • AM FM tuner amplilier • Aulomalic turntable • Built-in 8-iraci< tape player recorder • Tricoustic Profection 120 speaker system featuring automatic stereo balancing. SAVE 'SO NOW •499" 1J" atMal Colof Portable. Mod JSWwilTtrmg you great viewing at a budget-pleasing pncewith Automatic Fine Tuning lor accurately tuned pictures, the Precision In-Line Tube System lor exceptional color and brightness. plus a highly reliable, energy-saving 100% solid-state chassis. NOW '339<^ BILL MERRELLS & APPLIANCE SALES & SERVICE. 133 mm ST. PH. 56M79B I 7^ Hitdren Home Newt and toulder Cily Nw Thursday, December 21, 1971 Everything Must Go! BUSINESS SAVE STATE DISTRICT AHORNEY ASSOCIATION OFFICERS MEET WITH UST • Steven D. McMorris of Douglas County (left), newly elected president of the Nevada State District Attorney's Association and Clark County District Attorney Bob Miller (right) met lost week with Governor elect Robert List to discuss upcoming D.A. Association spnsored legislation. Mon. & Fri. 10 to 9; Sat. 10-6; Sun. 11-5 f HI-WAY FURNITURE 1241 North Boulder Highway. Henderson mmm naamammmmsasm i ^,,,::.,//, • ,11 • ',(,' § § ^< • v /\ /\ 7:K ^'A\J.\ ^ y.y j\-^(x HlPi^.^.^.W.W.W.W!W 1 m cAKtY BOYS b GIRLS sm mm mm w TREE HOUSE KID STUFF 143 WATH) • HON. MON. SAT. e 10 ID 6 Ule Ale PSeoAed Ta AiiHoiutce Tbai 9 HNU Acce|)UKg jCiHuied ZmSSbMJti Kindergartrn through Eif^hlh Grades A State Licensed Non-Profit Educational Organization 700 E. Charleston Blvd. Telephone: 382-8808 I N

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HMidMwn HMM Ntw onJ iMkW CHy NTM TlwriJoy, Deetmber M, ^•'•J "WOOIDH, by JW m^ i\fry' 1 \^] A Simple Design to Please Evin The Incurable Romantic tar Mm • • li • ti M ftmKW an Hit imr. i tnOtt dK*IPM| il put Hi dN fnmt Wi Kijptni teskit nm Hi. iiniM pM tnu pMii kirl• Mai tlinni. Mip HfM cilif il i^ Mntni Ml. Cnstnctii wMl| N Mil M MM pMMS m IH^MI CMNK fiiii inmrt, irMti plMi||iMnraiilttiHi)l ImillMUi 5-PC. SET SAU ^J[1"N^'.'<^'| 4-^ / 1 5 Piece BEDROOM SET Tripto Dresstr • FraiMd Mirror • 2 NKe Stands Headboard Triple drtuer • LandKop* 2 nit* ttondi • Headboard mirror CHEST A • .T--NOW $00095 7PC. DINETTE St Tnii sits tl S-PC CHROME & 6USS DINNETTE yji** •Vf ^JW-* B Y3 SOFA SLEEPER QUEEN SIZE BED ^fl BASSETT 8-PC. DINING ROOM • LiglilL'd Chin.i # Lxtfiision l.ihic w/:* Ir.iws Reg. S1029.95 • ? Aim ClutMb • 4 SKIO Ch.tiis Msbasel IU|.'1SI"^ Rtf-'tir KiiMl RiC.'25r. •11 V ^95 X.N CHEVAL MIRROR Solid blrck lien* and Mand Add o bi* a< •l9ait<* i ret b*dir** oi arvM at kne> r lock a*!! di*Md trox l>*ad M L**' ''( 1/^.-* 195 K.-'c SMHUI !• iiStilhw ih V DURABLE HERCULON 3 PIECE SET SOFA, LOVE SEAT & CHAIR \'' h<^;j iJX *j'^ am U Upholstered in long wearing velvt herculon or vinyl. Thick luxurious reversible foam cushions. Hardwood heavy duty Iranrte. Spring construction for better seating & more comfort. kt' • • • M^^r^SWIVEL 2 PIECE SET CHAIR M39" YOUR CHOICE OF A HIGH BACK OR LOW BACK DESIGN Chooso the sot most comfortablt for you. Sovoral Sots to Chooso From As Low As NOW ONLY $ 499 95 ':^' PRICES SUSHEP ON EVERY lA-Z-BOV IN ^ STOCK TWIN SIZE CHEST BED BEOeim EXTRA $ 89 AMERICAN FURNITURE 1740 E. CHARLESTON All Merchandise Subject To Prior S.iK[ SOME ITEMS IN LIMITED SUPPLY Daily 9-6 Mon. & Fri. 9-9 Sun. 11-5 PtU X<(^eHa SaifA, CHRYSLERS PLYMOUTHS • 2,000,000 INVENTORY REDUCTION SALE! OVER FACTORY COST INVOICE! THIS HUGE SEU-OUT DUE TO OVERSHIPMENTS BY FACTORY S FLEET CANCELLATIONS CORDOBAS 1979 LeBARONS ZORS* TOWNS COUNTRY WAGONS 360 CID, new electronic lean burn engine, automatic, fancy valour interior, power steering, power disc brakes, tinted glass, AIR, glass belted WSW 16095. FACTORY INVOICE: S6207.90 radial tires, deluxe wheel covers, plus nr^ore. No. 6307 99 2 DR. Hardtop, 225 CID, electronic lean burn engine, automatic. poWer steering & brakes, AIR. tinted glass, radio & heater, vinyl roof, body side moldings, glass belted radial WSW tires, deluxe wheel covers, plus more! No. 19030 FACTORY INVOICE: S5620.59 ^5720 59 ASK MIKE PERFINSKI SALES MGR. FOR INVOICETHEN ADD ON... THIS IS A 3 DAY SELLOUT FIRST COMEFIRST SERVED! 1979 HORIZONS CORDOBAS • CHAMPS LeBARONS • VOLARES HORIZONS • ARROWS SAPPOROS FACTORY INVOICE: •5003" $ 5103 23 1979 VOLARES 2 DRS. • 4 DR8. • WAGONS 4 DOOR, 225 CID, electronic lean burn engine, automatic, power steering, power disc brakes, AIR, tinted glass, vinyl top, body side moldings, WSW tires, deluxe wheel covers, plus more! No. 12024 FACTORY INVOICE: $4090.51 4 DR. Hatchback, bucket seats, 4 speed, vinyl body side moldings, glass belted radial WSW tires, plus morel No. 13014 .. BRAND NEW FOR 1979 ... ARROW PICKUP Hefty 2000 cc engine, 4 speed, vinyl seats, decor pkg., outside raciny mirror, body side striping, HD chrome bumper, plus more! No. 18007. FACTORY INVOICE: $4575.28 ^4675 28 $ CHAMP 2 Dr Hatchback. MOOccenaine economical4 speed, bucket seats radio & heater, WSW tires, deluxe wheel covers, plus more! No. 14007 DRIVE HOME THE CAR OF YOUR CHOICE! 1979 CHAMPH. S100 00 Down Plus Sales Tax of S140 73 Finance S3920 80 48 payments of $114.69 Finance ctiarge S1584 32 Doforred payment: $5505 12 Annual percent.iqe rdto 17 76% on "approved credit PLUS SALES TAX DMtCOU. ON TNE V.I.P. LEAIE INITLHir'... 457-4900. _. € EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY..Kkft' TO LEASE DURING ^%^<' THIS SELL-OUT... ^ 79 CORDOBA $ 148 87 MO. 36 MO. $146 67 plus sales tax pr mo for 36 months Opn end lease on approved credit $300 refundable security deposit Initial value $6306. Responsible for difference, if any. between wholesale value at termination and reitduai value of $3550 Lessee election to terminate subject to applicable charges.

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HMidMwn HMM Ntw onJ iMkW CHy NTM TlwriJoy, Deetmber M, ^•'•J "WOOIDH, by JW m^ i\fry' 1 \^] A Simple Design to Please Evin The Incurable Romantic tar Mm • • li • ti M ftmKW an Hit imr. i tnOtt dK*IPM| il put Hi dN fnmt Wi Kijptni teskit nm Hi. iiniM pM tnu pMii kirl• Mai tlinni. Mip HfM cilif il i^ Mntni Ml. Cnstnctii wMl| N Mil M MM pMMS m IH^MI CMNK fiiii inmrt, irMti plMi||iMnraiilttiHi)l ImillMUi 5-PC. SET SAU ^J[1"N^'.'<^'| 4-^ / 1 5 Piece BEDROOM SET Tripto Dresstr • FraiMd Mirror • 2 NKe Stands Headboard Triple drtuer • LandKop* 2 nit* ttondi • Headboard mirror CHEST A • .T--NOW $00095 7PC. DINETTE St Tnii sits tl S-PC CHROME & 6USS DINNETTE yji** •Vf ^JW-* B Y3 SOFA SLEEPER QUEEN SIZE BED ^fl BASSETT 8-PC. DINING ROOM • LiglilL'd Chin.i # Lxtfiision l.ihic w/:* Ir.iws Reg. S1029.95 • ? Aim ClutMb • 4 SKIO Ch.tiis Msbasel IU|.'1SI"^ Rtf-'tir KiiMl RiC.'25r. •11 V ^95 X.N CHEVAL MIRROR Solid blrck lien* and Mand Add o bi* a< •l9ait<* i ret b*dir** oi arvM at kne> r lock a*!! di*Md trox l>*ad M L**' ''( 1/^.-* 195 K.-'c SMHUI !• iiStilhw ih V DURABLE HERCULON 3 PIECE SET SOFA, LOVE SEAT & CHAIR \'' h<^;j iJX *j'^ am U Upholstered in long wearing velvt herculon or vinyl. Thick luxurious reversible foam cushions. Hardwood heavy duty Iranrte. Spring construction for better seating & more comfort. kt' • • • M^^r^SWIVEL 2 PIECE SET CHAIR M39" YOUR CHOICE OF A HIGH BACK OR LOW BACK DESIGN Chooso the sot most comfortablt for you. Sovoral Sots to Chooso From As Low As NOW ONLY $ 499 95 ':^' PRICES SUSHEP ON EVERY lA-Z-BOV IN ^ STOCK TWIN SIZE CHEST BED BEOeim EXTRA $ 89 AMERICAN FURNITURE 1740 E. CHARLESTON All Merchandise Subject To Prior S.iK[ SOME ITEMS IN LIMITED SUPPLY Daily 9-6 Mon. & Fri. 9-9 Sun. 11-5 PtU X<(^eHa SaifA, CHRYSLERS PLYMOUTHS • 2,000,000 INVENTORY REDUCTION SALE! OVER FACTORY COST INVOICE! THIS HUGE SEU-OUT DUE TO OVERSHIPMENTS BY FACTORY S FLEET CANCELLATIONS CORDOBAS 1979 LeBARONS ZORS* TOWNS COUNTRY WAGONS 360 CID, new electronic lean burn engine, automatic, fancy valour interior, power steering, power disc brakes, tinted glass, AIR, glass belted WSW 16095. FACTORY INVOICE: S6207.90 radial tires, deluxe wheel covers, plus nr^ore. No. 6307 99 2 DR. Hardtop, 225 CID, electronic lean burn engine, automatic. poWer steering & brakes, AIR. tinted glass, radio & heater, vinyl roof, body side moldings, glass belted radial WSW tires, deluxe wheel covers, plus more! No. 19030 FACTORY INVOICE: S5620.59 ^5720 59 ASK MIKE PERFINSKI SALES MGR. FOR INVOICETHEN ADD ON... THIS IS A 3 DAY SELLOUT FIRST COMEFIRST SERVED! 1979 HORIZONS CORDOBAS • CHAMPS LeBARONS • VOLARES HORIZONS • ARROWS SAPPOROS FACTORY INVOICE: •5003" $ 5103 23 1979 VOLARES 2 DRS. • 4 DR8. • WAGONS 4 DOOR, 225 CID, electronic lean burn engine, automatic, power steering, power disc brakes, AIR, tinted glass, vinyl top, body side moldings, WSW tires, deluxe wheel covers, plus more! No. 12024 FACTORY INVOICE: $4090.51 4 DR. Hatchback, bucket seats, 4 speed, vinyl body side moldings, glass belted radial WSW tires, plus morel No. 13014 .. BRAND NEW FOR 1979 ... ARROW PICKUP Hefty 2000 cc engine, 4 speed, vinyl seats, decor pkg., outside raciny mirror, body side striping, HD chrome bumper, plus more! No. 18007. FACTORY INVOICE: $4575.28 ^4675 28 $ CHAMP 2 Dr Hatchback. MOOccenaine economical4 speed, bucket seats radio & heater, WSW tires, deluxe wheel covers, plus more! No. 14007 DRIVE HOME THE CAR OF YOUR CHOICE! 1979 CHAMPH. S100 00 Down Plus Sales Tax of S140 73 Finance S3920 80 48 payments of $114.69 Finance ctiarge S1584 32 Doforred payment: $5505 12 Annual percent.iqe rdto 17 76% on "approved credit PLUS SALES TAX DMtCOU. ON TNE V.I.P. LEAIE INITLHir'... 457-4900. _. € EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY..Kkft' TO LEASE DURING ^%^<' THIS SELL-OUT... ^ 79 CORDOBA $ 148 87 MO. 36 MO. $146 67 plus sales tax pr mo for 36 months Opn end lease on approved credit $300 refundable security deposit Initial value $6306. Responsible for difference, if any. between wholesale value at termination and reitduai value of $3550 Lessee election to terminate subject to applicable charges.

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THi iOWiSTi Ht w jtnfw Henw N*w ond lowldcf City Nw ^30 Thundoy. DtMmbvr 21,17t WHrrE MATES IN FOUR (Solution Batow) Many nightclubs are lowdown )olnU—located down a'few ilept—but none arc down lower than the "Minui 206" in Tiberiu, Here'* the lowdown on cigarette tar content: Carlton Box hu the loweai briel. It'i 206 meters (676 tar content, according to government tat(. feet) below wa leveL • ••••••••••••••••••••••* ^ ^^— ——i ^ INCA8MA PRIZES I HOW r^ Registir Your Social Security Nuwbor at the NOWhUMIROGRESS Inquiring Camera Girl ly: No loymond TODAYS QUESTION: What is your favorite Christmas or winter holiday song^ and what rendition do you enjoy? Explain! ^^ (^Sowj^A^JB^mm-'KaAl jfM^r^rMng PATJAIVISHOltfEMAKIR "Whit* Qiriatmosl TK ronditwn I proftr is HM incemporabk ling Cfotby vftion. H olwoyt romindi mo of tho boowtMul winton and tconory I onioyod in Pittsbwrgh durins my childhood yoors. it givot ma that worm, (ontimontal foolirtgr GZ2a7GZa VOURHOME TAKE UWrrME OF nnHouiiwtncuL uruNinTic EnaMflFWY AVBIUE 3DII0IIM HOME FOR TNtt UMI.UNinMEI rAU>* PAU3UIMO *JBMfPJ' im AU'AKMV -r^AM >*i£ IN • • g >KiCE.' V • • • ^*-^ ISABEL SANNER HOMEMAKER • "Siknt Nigktl This it my "oll-tiim" fovorito for I rtmombor singing it to my childron whon tKoy woro littlo. All of Iht Bing Crosby focordi including "Whito Chrittmon" will forovor fomoin o tontimontol volwo to mo. "Jolly Old St. Nick" romindt mo of my schooldays. I still havo a longbook from my homotewn school in Now Moiico and I trooturt and ling from it to tftis day." RUIENE BIANCHARD • PART TIME EMPLOYEE AND HOMEMAKER "Siiont Nightl This has olw?ys boon a fovorito of mifto olthovgb I also onjoy^GfOon Sloovos," "Silvtr Bolls," and most of tho Christmas songs and carols. I •n|oy most ronditioni ovcopi I prtftr good choirs such as tho Basic High School's yearly Christmas Conctft ond thoir lovolychoirr VKXY MC NIAl • IMPIOYIO • "Siiont Nightl Tho krto and groot Moholia jodowi's rondition appooh tho moot to mo. I odmiro hor omA, tho porson, and horvocol intorprototion of tongl" ••••••••••••••• NOTE: Inttrvitws wn coitdtKttd ot ALBERTSON'S t0000m0t000—*ltl^ i>kjri.l&T3 OF M HontRS cHcrUK FecMU Tut ruTiBi k*y. •.fvtKAL OfTHE TFAM MtWW aS k'luk JU TMt MATIOMAU XO^ XtM AMATtUCS (OR THOK. iklpivlPWAt iWEioHT*.' ^^^ HAZEL BROUHARD HOMEMAKER • "Whito Chrtstmosl Bing Crosby's rocerding is impessiblo to boat. Is thort onyono olto who can intorprot tho song tho way Bing didr SVMmRYrWhite Christmas'' initially belongs to the late Bing Crosby to share with all of the people who enjoy the holidays. His deep selftaught natural voice will ring across many phonograph and stereo sets this holiday semon along with the other carols including all-time favorite ''Silent Mght^ Tribute should also he paid to other singers and vocalists with bringing their song into our homes. Song is a part of any day, any season for without it, the world would be indeed ^coUT ^WrUIEATMY MOIHJHIML BTjflTt M •uiwoiioicmmoMUY BttOMTHI TO vow ttTHHCTMOINni K*fMRl. • EXpgrriMMEi • ALtOVECUUrti OLOCKWAUCOKTlinW • IMEIVIITTOMMMnr V£Aft'$ EU£ laumCare •THE IIVEIMK 4.500 SQ.R.liWni INCUIDES MOWm < E06W6 • MSOSPiniKLERmTEM mSTttUTIOII MD KPUR. FKE ESTimTE MU NOW! 735-2153^ Pimm A coNtrmicnoN e^ tm Ummd wd kmdii (Mi >mn tmmtfmtlm.9nh\ Uo CoMMTi SMI CMrMM UMH Nil Ittn I IM MEAD MARINA NAUTICAL • Coddals • Party Favors • [lancing to Urn Music r 31sL 1970 9-12 MidnUit m: \m-im\ For Reseivations • JJMJ.WJ '^mmmm MwidtnMt Homt Ntw oitd lowldar City Ntwt Community College Offers GED Preparation >ii Thursday, DMtmbar 21, 197t Workina It Out ''"P'^^"^ ^^^ ^**""P changes by MaiThomiHon The Henderson campus of the Clark County Community College offers general educational development (GED) classes to prepare for the test. G.E.D-What is it? G.E.D stands for General Educational Develop'' ment. The G.E.D. is a five part test which allows adults who have not graduated from high school an alternative opportunity to earn a high school diploma. Upon passing the G.E.D Test the student is issued a high school equivalency certificate. The purpose of the G.E.D Test is the measurement of the educational development of adults who have not completed their formal high school education. The G.E.D. Test has five parts. Approximately six hours (one and one half hours on each part) is required to complete the entire G.E.D Test. The test covers the following areas: Part I WRITING SKILLS Part II SOCIAL SCIENCE Part III SCIENCE Part IV READING SKILLS Part V MATHEMATICS MINIMUM AGE Generally, if you are at least 18 years of age. you may take the test. There are some special cases in which 17 year olds may apply. CLASSES TO PREPARE FX)R THE GED Henderson Campus of; fers two times for you to attend classes which will help you prepare to take the five parts of the G.E.D Test: 1) Daytime-Tuesdays k Thursdays. 9;0(>-10:00 a.m.. St. Peter's Center. Room 9 2) Evening-Tuesdays Si Thursdays. 8:00-7:00 p.m., St Peter's Onter. Room 9 These classes are one credit for each part. After you decide and do take the test, you will receive your grades within a week. If you pass, a Certificate of Educational Competency will be issued to you from the State of Nevada within six weeks. If you fail, you may re-take only whatever parts of the test necessary to pass. (We do require either a six-months waiting period or study in Adult Basic Education Class before attempting a retake.) Testing hours and dates at the Cheyenne Campus 2nd and 4th Tues. and Thurs. ttom 1-6 p.m. each day. (Please arrive before 1:00 Pm.) 1979 SCHOOL YEAR January 9th & nth and 23rd k 25th February 13th L 15th and 27th & Mar. 1 March 13th L 15th and 27th k 29th April ONLY ON the 24th & 26th May 8th k 10th and 22nd k 24th PUNNMGTMP Friendship Force will have a flight going out of Las Vegas in mid-May of 1979. The exact destination is not known yet. but it will be somewhere in the Orient. All Henderson and Boulder City residents who are interested in participating in this flight should attend the Friendship Force Town Hall Meeting to be held 7:30 p.m.. Wednesday. January 3. in the Lecture Hall of the Humanities Building at UNLV. Important information for those who will serve as ambassadors, hosts, of committee members will be given at this meeting by State Director Lila Zona and State Flight Chairman Donn Blake. It is vital that those who have not done so pay their registration fee no later than January 3. People who have not participated in Friendship Force flights from other states say that their lives have been enriched immeasureably by this opportunity to live in a home in a foreign country or to have visitors from abroad in thier homes. This is a chance of a lifetime for residents of Clark County to take part in this international friendship program. Dear Mr. T: Here's one for your "how-not-toget-the-job" flie. Maybe others will learn f^om it. I was right in the middle of a job interview when the interviewer's phone rang. While he talked, I leaned forward to sneak a look at notes he had been making on me. As I did, I accidentally knocked over my briefcase, which I had set on his desk. When the briefcase hit the floor its contents scattered, including some of my resumes. The interviewer finished his phone call, starting helping me pick up my papers and noticed my resumes. "I thought you told me you did'nt have a resume." he said. (I had told him that because my resume didn't nt the job I was applying for with him.) Of course, it was now obvious to him that I had lied and obvious to me • that I had ruined any chance of being hired. I was so embarassed I could barely say thank you on the way out. Mr. W.T.W. Dear Mr. W: Speak up for yourself and straighten out the mess you created. Change your resume and go back to try again. Explain why you didn't use you resume the first time, and pick up where you left off. This time, though, don't put your briefcase (or anything else) on his desk, and don't snoop. Being inCRIME RESISTANCE COURTESY "Courtesy" is a term that we sometimes might be tempted to define as "a forgotton form of behavior." To do so would be to exaggerate, of course, but we'd almost all agree that phrases like "excuse me." "thank you." and "let me bold the door for you." are heard less frequently in daily conversation than we'd like to hear them. A little courtesy can go a loflg way. If it became more commonplace, our communities would undoubtedly be nicer places in which to live. Adding a crime resistance dimension to courtesy would help to make our communities safer Dwgiiuimt Chen fen's (kusii (kn ^^^^^ Clearance Sale 20% to 80% DRESSES-PANTS TOPS-JEWELRY SLfEPWEARBLOUSES places in which to live, as well. And this time of year, when we're making New Year's resolutions, might be an especially good time to resolve to make Crime Resistance Courtesy a part of our daily routine. What is Crime Resistance Courtesy? It's offering to pick up newspapers and other items that accumulate in front of neighbor's doors while they're away so that their residences don't become targets for burglars. It's alerting neighbors to the fact that bicycles, often attractive to thieves, have been left unsecured in front of their residences. When we're out in public, it's politely asking persons if they're aware that they've left their car doors unlocked. And if we live in neighborhoods where older persons are sometimes victimized on the street, it's offering to escort elderly relatives or acquaintances to and f^om the store or bank. Very simply, Crime Resistance Courtesy is helping others, in a tactM and friendly way, to become less vulnerable to crime. Hopef\illy, our good example will influence others to practice Crime Resistance Cour|;tefy, too. If they did if ,'Crime Resistance Courtesy became contagious we'd eliminate many opportunities for crime and make our neighborhoods and communities much more pleasant places to live this year and in the years to come. vited into the interviewer's office requires the same courtesy you would show in visiting him in his home. Personally, I doubt that withholding your resume hurt you nearly as much as your bad manners. Dear Mel: The winters here in Philadelphia are getting worse and worse so I have finally decided to move my family to Miami. We vacationed there last year and liked it very much. I don't know anyone in Miami and getting a career-type job could be a problem. I don't have a cash reserve so I will have to line up a job before I can quit my present job and move. Can you advise me how I should go about it ? P.B.B. Dear P: There are several ways, and they all take money. The least effective way is to send letters and resumes to target employers (your phone company can provide you with a Miami book). Then, follow up your mailings with phone calls and try to get interviews and job offers. If you handle it right you may persuade a company to pay for your trip. Another approach is to try for a job with a Philadelphia employer that can transfer you to the Miami area. A third possibility is to go after a temporary job in Miami that would keep you afloat until you could land something permanent. My final and most highly recommended approach is to stay where you are until you have enough bucks saved to pay for your move plus at least six months living expenses for you and your family. Then make the move and conduct your job search on a full-time basis after you get there. This last approach may take longer but it is certainly the safest way. You might accelerate things by taking a part time job on the side now, or asking your spouse to work until you have squirreled away enough money. Do you have a jobcareer related problem? Write to Mel Thompson c-o Eli Djeddah Associates. 110 W. "A" St.. Suite 570. San Diego.l California 92101. The Food and Nutrition Service has announced that effective January 1, 1979, food stamp recipients will nb longer have to pay for the purchase of their food stamps. Under the current Food Stamp Program, most households participating have been required to pay something for their food stamp allotment in order to receive the bonus amount. Elimination of the purchase requirement means that participating households will receive only the bonus food stamps. For those households currently certified for food stamps through January, their ATP card for January will reflect this change. Other changes in the Food Stamp Program mandated by Federal Law are expected to be put into effect after March 1, 1979. and will be announced. For further information call yorr local Food Stamp Office or call this toll freenumber. 1-800-992-0900. FOR HELPING US ASSIST m PEOPLE WITH FOOD, TOYS. AND CLOTHES ro> CHRISTMAS THE SALVATION ARMY POST OFFICE BOX DA 830 EAST LAKE MEAD DRIVE HENDERSON, NEVADA 8901 5 i.\\t\ **: BENNY'S FLOOR COUEMNO lINTEftlORS 'WE DO IT ALL-WALL TO WALL" '^INCE 1966" Wood ROOTS & linoleum Drapes Er Woven Woods Custom Shades MinhBinds Ceramic Tie & Wallpaper We Want to Say "Thank You" & Wish You A "Happy New Year" ... Hoping We Can Be Of Service To You Thruout The Year! m. 451-2275 4000 BlOa HWY. IAS VEGAS &MON-SAT OPBI 9 AM-5 PM FOR APPT. AFTB4K)URS PK 451-2275 >iecg^^^T^.:fe? iMMMiPi

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THi iOWiSTi Ht w jtnfw Henw N*w ond lowldcf City Nw ^30 Thundoy. DtMmbvr 21,17t WHrrE MATES IN FOUR (Solution Batow) Many nightclubs are lowdown )olnU—located down a'few ilept—but none arc down lower than the "Minui 206" in Tiberiu, Here'* the lowdown on cigarette tar content: Carlton Box hu the loweai briel. It'i 206 meters (676 tar content, according to government tat(. feet) below wa leveL • ••••••••••••••••••••••* ^ ^^— ——i ^ INCA8MA PRIZES I HOW r^ Registir Your Social Security Nuwbor at the NOWhUMIROGRESS Inquiring Camera Girl ly: No loymond TODAYS QUESTION: What is your favorite Christmas or winter holiday song^ and what rendition do you enjoy? Explain! ^^ (^Sowj^A^JB^mm-'KaAl jfM^r^rMng PATJAIVISHOltfEMAKIR "Whit* Qiriatmosl TK ronditwn I proftr is HM incemporabk ling Cfotby vftion. H olwoyt romindi mo of tho boowtMul winton and tconory I onioyod in Pittsbwrgh durins my childhood yoors. it givot ma that worm, (ontimontal foolirtgr GZ2a7GZa VOURHOME TAKE UWrrME OF nnHouiiwtncuL uruNinTic EnaMflFWY AVBIUE 3DII0IIM HOME FOR TNtt UMI.UNinMEI rAU>* PAU3UIMO *JBMfPJ' im AU'AKMV -r^AM >*i£ IN • • g >KiCE.' V • • • ^*-^ ISABEL SANNER HOMEMAKER • "Siknt Nigktl This it my "oll-tiim" fovorito for I rtmombor singing it to my childron whon tKoy woro littlo. All of Iht Bing Crosby focordi including "Whito Chrittmon" will forovor fomoin o tontimontol volwo to mo. "Jolly Old St. Nick" romindt mo of my schooldays. I still havo a longbook from my homotewn school in Now Moiico and I trooturt and ling from it to tftis day." RUIENE BIANCHARD • PART TIME EMPLOYEE AND HOMEMAKER "Siiont Nightl This has olw?ys boon a fovorito of mifto olthovgb I also onjoy^GfOon Sloovos," "Silvtr Bolls," and most of tho Christmas songs and carols. I •n|oy most ronditioni ovcopi I prtftr good choirs such as tho Basic High School's yearly Christmas Conctft ond thoir lovolychoirr VKXY MC NIAl • IMPIOYIO • "Siiont Nightl Tho krto and groot Moholia jodowi's rondition appooh tho moot to mo. I odmiro hor omA, tho porson, and horvocol intorprototion of tongl" ••••••••••••••• NOTE: Inttrvitws wn coitdtKttd ot ALBERTSON'S t0000m0t000—*ltl^ i>kjri.l&T3 OF M HontRS cHcrUK FecMU Tut ruTiBi k*y. •.fvtKAL OfTHE TFAM MtWW aS k'luk JU TMt MATIOMAU XO^ XtM AMATtUCS (OR THOK. iklpivlPWAt iWEioHT*.' ^^^ HAZEL BROUHARD HOMEMAKER • "Whito Chrtstmosl Bing Crosby's rocerding is impessiblo to boat. Is thort onyono olto who can intorprot tho song tho way Bing didr SVMmRYrWhite Christmas'' initially belongs to the late Bing Crosby to share with all of the people who enjoy the holidays. His deep selftaught natural voice will ring across many phonograph and stereo sets this holiday semon along with the other carols including all-time favorite ''Silent Mght^ Tribute should also he paid to other singers and vocalists with bringing their song into our homes. Song is a part of any day, any season for without it, the world would be indeed ^coUT ^WrUIEATMY MOIHJHIML BTjflTt M •uiwoiioicmmoMUY BttOMTHI TO vow ttTHHCTMOINni K*fMRl. • EXpgrriMMEi • ALtOVECUUrti OLOCKWAUCOKTlinW • IMEIVIITTOMMMnr V£Aft'$ EU£ laumCare •THE IIVEIMK 4.500 SQ.R.liWni INCUIDES MOWm < E06W6 • MSOSPiniKLERmTEM mSTttUTIOII MD KPUR. FKE ESTimTE MU NOW! 735-2153^ Pimm A coNtrmicnoN e^ tm Ummd wd kmdii (Mi >mn tmmtfmtlm.9nh\ Uo CoMMTi SMI CMrMM UMH Nil Ittn I IM MEAD MARINA NAUTICAL • Coddals • Party Favors • [lancing to Urn Music r 31sL 1970 9-12 MidnUit m: \m-im\ For Reseivations • JJMJ.WJ '^mmmm MwidtnMt Homt Ntw oitd lowldar City Ntwt Community College Offers GED Preparation >ii Thursday, DMtmbar 21, 197t Workina It Out ''"P'^^"^ ^^^ ^**""P changes by MaiThomiHon The Henderson campus of the Clark County Community College offers general educational development (GED) classes to prepare for the test. G.E.D-What is it? G.E.D stands for General Educational Develop'' ment. The G.E.D. is a five part test which allows adults who have not graduated from high school an alternative opportunity to earn a high school diploma. Upon passing the G.E.D Test the student is issued a high school equivalency certificate. The purpose of the G.E.D Test is the measurement of the educational development of adults who have not completed their formal high school education. The G.E.D. Test has five parts. Approximately six hours (one and one half hours on each part) is required to complete the entire G.E.D Test. The test covers the following areas: Part I WRITING SKILLS Part II SOCIAL SCIENCE Part III SCIENCE Part IV READING SKILLS Part V MATHEMATICS MINIMUM AGE Generally, if you are at least 18 years of age. you may take the test. There are some special cases in which 17 year olds may apply. CLASSES TO PREPARE FX)R THE GED Henderson Campus of; fers two times for you to attend classes which will help you prepare to take the five parts of the G.E.D Test: 1) Daytime-Tuesdays k Thursdays. 9;0(>-10:00 a.m.. St. Peter's Center. Room 9 2) Evening-Tuesdays Si Thursdays. 8:00-7:00 p.m., St Peter's Onter. Room 9 These classes are one credit for each part. After you decide and do take the test, you will receive your grades within a week. If you pass, a Certificate of Educational Competency will be issued to you from the State of Nevada within six weeks. If you fail, you may re-take only whatever parts of the test necessary to pass. (We do require either a six-months waiting period or study in Adult Basic Education Class before attempting a retake.) Testing hours and dates at the Cheyenne Campus 2nd and 4th Tues. and Thurs. ttom 1-6 p.m. each day. (Please arrive before 1:00 Pm.) 1979 SCHOOL YEAR January 9th & nth and 23rd k 25th February 13th L 15th and 27th & Mar. 1 March 13th L 15th and 27th k 29th April ONLY ON the 24th & 26th May 8th k 10th and 22nd k 24th PUNNMGTMP Friendship Force will have a flight going out of Las Vegas in mid-May of 1979. The exact destination is not known yet. but it will be somewhere in the Orient. All Henderson and Boulder City residents who are interested in participating in this flight should attend the Friendship Force Town Hall Meeting to be held 7:30 p.m.. Wednesday. January 3. in the Lecture Hall of the Humanities Building at UNLV. Important information for those who will serve as ambassadors, hosts, of committee members will be given at this meeting by State Director Lila Zona and State Flight Chairman Donn Blake. It is vital that those who have not done so pay their registration fee no later than January 3. People who have not participated in Friendship Force flights from other states say that their lives have been enriched immeasureably by this opportunity to live in a home in a foreign country or to have visitors from abroad in thier homes. This is a chance of a lifetime for residents of Clark County to take part in this international friendship program. Dear Mr. T: Here's one for your "how-not-toget-the-job" flie. Maybe others will learn f^om it. I was right in the middle of a job interview when the interviewer's phone rang. While he talked, I leaned forward to sneak a look at notes he had been making on me. As I did, I accidentally knocked over my briefcase, which I had set on his desk. When the briefcase hit the floor its contents scattered, including some of my resumes. The interviewer finished his phone call, starting helping me pick up my papers and noticed my resumes. "I thought you told me you did'nt have a resume." he said. (I had told him that because my resume didn't nt the job I was applying for with him.) Of course, it was now obvious to him that I had lied and obvious to me • that I had ruined any chance of being hired. I was so embarassed I could barely say thank you on the way out. Mr. W.T.W. Dear Mr. W: Speak up for yourself and straighten out the mess you created. Change your resume and go back to try again. Explain why you didn't use you resume the first time, and pick up where you left off. This time, though, don't put your briefcase (or anything else) on his desk, and don't snoop. Being inCRIME RESISTANCE COURTESY "Courtesy" is a term that we sometimes might be tempted to define as "a forgotton form of behavior." To do so would be to exaggerate, of course, but we'd almost all agree that phrases like "excuse me." "thank you." and "let me bold the door for you." are heard less frequently in daily conversation than we'd like to hear them. A little courtesy can go a loflg way. If it became more commonplace, our communities would undoubtedly be nicer places in which to live. Adding a crime resistance dimension to courtesy would help to make our communities safer Dwgiiuimt Chen fen's (kusii (kn ^^^^^ Clearance Sale 20% to 80% DRESSES-PANTS TOPS-JEWELRY SLfEPWEARBLOUSES places in which to live, as well. And this time of year, when we're making New Year's resolutions, might be an especially good time to resolve to make Crime Resistance Courtesy a part of our daily routine. What is Crime Resistance Courtesy? It's offering to pick up newspapers and other items that accumulate in front of neighbor's doors while they're away so that their residences don't become targets for burglars. It's alerting neighbors to the fact that bicycles, often attractive to thieves, have been left unsecured in front of their residences. When we're out in public, it's politely asking persons if they're aware that they've left their car doors unlocked. And if we live in neighborhoods where older persons are sometimes victimized on the street, it's offering to escort elderly relatives or acquaintances to and f^om the store or bank. Very simply, Crime Resistance Courtesy is helping others, in a tactM and friendly way, to become less vulnerable to crime. Hopef\illy, our good example will influence others to practice Crime Resistance Cour|;tefy, too. If they did if ,'Crime Resistance Courtesy became contagious we'd eliminate many opportunities for crime and make our neighborhoods and communities much more pleasant places to live this year and in the years to come. vited into the interviewer's office requires the same courtesy you would show in visiting him in his home. Personally, I doubt that withholding your resume hurt you nearly as much as your bad manners. Dear Mel: The winters here in Philadelphia are getting worse and worse so I have finally decided to move my family to Miami. We vacationed there last year and liked it very much. I don't know anyone in Miami and getting a career-type job could be a problem. I don't have a cash reserve so I will have to line up a job before I can quit my present job and move. Can you advise me how I should go about it ? P.B.B. Dear P: There are several ways, and they all take money. The least effective way is to send letters and resumes to target employers (your phone company can provide you with a Miami book). Then, follow up your mailings with phone calls and try to get interviews and job offers. If you handle it right you may persuade a company to pay for your trip. Another approach is to try for a job with a Philadelphia employer that can transfer you to the Miami area. A third possibility is to go after a temporary job in Miami that would keep you afloat until you could land something permanent. My final and most highly recommended approach is to stay where you are until you have enough bucks saved to pay for your move plus at least six months living expenses for you and your family. Then make the move and conduct your job search on a full-time basis after you get there. This last approach may take longer but it is certainly the safest way. You might accelerate things by taking a part time job on the side now, or asking your spouse to work until you have squirreled away enough money. Do you have a jobcareer related problem? Write to Mel Thompson c-o Eli Djeddah Associates. 110 W. "A" St.. Suite 570. San Diego.l California 92101. The Food and Nutrition Service has announced that effective January 1, 1979, food stamp recipients will nb longer have to pay for the purchase of their food stamps. Under the current Food Stamp Program, most households participating have been required to pay something for their food stamp allotment in order to receive the bonus amount. Elimination of the purchase requirement means that participating households will receive only the bonus food stamps. For those households currently certified for food stamps through January, their ATP card for January will reflect this change. Other changes in the Food Stamp Program mandated by Federal Law are expected to be put into effect after March 1, 1979. and will be announced. For further information call yorr local Food Stamp Office or call this toll freenumber. 1-800-992-0900. FOR HELPING US ASSIST m PEOPLE WITH FOOD, TOYS. AND CLOTHES ro> CHRISTMAS THE SALVATION ARMY POST OFFICE BOX DA 830 EAST LAKE MEAD DRIVE HENDERSON, NEVADA 8901 5 i.\\t\ **: BENNY'S FLOOR COUEMNO lINTEftlORS 'WE DO IT ALL-WALL TO WALL" '^INCE 1966" Wood ROOTS & linoleum Drapes Er Woven Woods Custom Shades MinhBinds Ceramic Tie & Wallpaper We Want to Say "Thank You" & Wish You A "Happy New Year" ... Hoping We Can Be Of Service To You Thruout The Year! m. 451-2275 4000 BlOa HWY. IAS VEGAS &MON-SAT OPBI 9 AM-5 PM FOR APPT. AFTB4K)URS PK 451-2275 >iecg^^^T^.:fe? iMMMiPi

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) Ihundoy, Oectmbef M. 11 Hendafww Name Ntwi and iMilder CHy >33 Thursday, DKtmbar 21, 1971 Put It In The WANT ADS For Best Results JENSEN'S REALH 219 WATII ST. '• HINDIISON, NV. •901S. 0. -JNT JINSEN UOKR • 564-3333 SPECIAL OF THE WEEK HIGHLY UPGRADED LEWIS HOME Thii 4 bdnn. -1% btth home shows well. Imaginitive decor Ideal Tor the larger family, with a larje two car garage Beautiful vtew of the valley. Priced right. Cal l Alice Mi-3333 BEAUTIFUL! CLEAN' SHARP! All these'adjectives describe this 3 t>drro., IH bath home Zoned for horses Covered patio. % acre fenced with lawn and shrubs. Many extras. Call Sue 584-3333 BEAUTIFUL LAS VEGAS HOME now available at a' reduced price 1960 sq ft., 3 bdrm 2H bath Separate family room and pantry area Has an outstanding fireplace. 1 car garage and block wall completely surrounda the lot. This one won't last long. Call Sue 5M-3333 THE ONLY ONE LEFT' A x 100 lot in Trailer EsUtes. Cleared and ready to set up with existing water. sewer, and electricity. Only 118,000 Call • |....564-3333 CUDDLE UP around the Ben Franklin Stove on these cold winter nights This 3 bdrm home has a one bed room apt attached with the possibility of added iocome property on this over-tiwd lot All this and more for only tMJOO. Call Randy .964-3333 COUNTRY LIVING IN A CUSTOM HOME This new 3 bdrm 2 bath home on an extra large lot, shows all the love that has been put in it. Country Kitchen, Ben Franklin Fireplace. Ceramic Tile Entrance Way, Wallpaper and tile used extensively. Priced at $00,500. this is a must see Call Alice S4-3333 COMMERCIAL BUILDING FOR LEASE Store front in Lake Mead Shopping Center. CallJor information 564 3333 PICK YOUR LOT We have >^ acre and 1 acre lots with your choice of custom homes built to your satisfaction. Come in and talk to us or Call for information 564-3333 OTEN MONDAY THIU SATUIDAY 9.00 A.M. TO 6:00 PJM. AREI HOURS CALL JIM JENSEN ,. ^^ I SUE BLAIR -5^ I AUCEFIFE r!rSS RANDY WOOTTON 2S^ JACK SEIDEMAN -"TI-TZM BOULOCRcrrr Meet Your NEWSboy Hot led and Jim May an this weak'* newsboy*. Hot Rod May A -great name for a pro football star isn't it? If Johi(Hot Rod) May has his wish, he will someday make it as a professional football player. At least that is his ambition right now. His brother, Jim, is not quite as flamboyant in his dreams. Jim would prefer to become a doctor. iwyer or veteryiarian. Whether the two boys realize tfaeac ambitions or decide to do something else may not be known for a while yet. Jim is in the eighth grade, and Hot Rod is a sixth-grader at Mitchell Elemc^itary School. Whatever they end up doing though, they will be able to look back (fondly. we hope) on their days as newsboys for the Boulder City News. Juuging from the*brief period they have worked for the paper lo far. they both look like they wUI be Bmrtli R-4 LOT In Pittman Area. All utilities and ready to build. 100' X 270' deep. $22,000. EAST LAS VEGAS Building lot with all utilities. 60' X 100'. This lot is in fast growing area. Only 16.000. SHOWS LIKE AN Lewis home Close Garage has been den. $44,500. • PhreUrtrm.,lHbath ifol. Fenced rear yard. (f-Uste^Uy decorated SUNKEN TUB in Master Bdrm. and Waterfall in Living Room in this Section 27 home with very large bedrooms. Two fiill biths. $68,900. SECTION 27 Newly constructed home zoned R-E. Only $05,900. FRESHLY PAINTED A pleasure to show this 3 bdrm.. 1^ bath Lewis home. Large fenced rear yard. Close to high school. AfTordabiy priced at $43,000. HIGHLAND HILLS BEAUTY Four bedroom. l\ bath. Very well maintained home. Featuring two car garage and covered patio. $67,000. NEW CONSTRUCnON Three bedroom, 2 zoned R4. Good investment. bath EXCELLENT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY -^ Glass business inc!udes8775 square feet of land. 1900 sq n. building, complete inventory, four trucks, all equipment, and two bedroom 'Townsite house. Sale also includes leased building and business in Boulder City. Call Morrell for complete and detailed information. NUnwl HMnty ii i Iwnistw Wtiw" EVALYN MORRELL BROKER PEG COLE 5641754 AL LEFRANCOIS 564-2722 BARBARA McNAIR 293-4274 MILUE POTTER 565-0663 42 WATEI ST. HfNOifSON, NfVAOA 54S-f1 A A Book ShooM Be Written About tlw Sogediloins By T9Qoy r^finn 25 years ago the Re,creation Tavern, then < owned by Harry Raynor and Gil Telford, kept its promise for the first time that any day the sun didn't shine it would pay off with a f^ee beer. For eleven months the owners,.who had placed the famous sign in their window in Jan. 1948, had been explaining to tourists and local customers that it was a fairly safe gamble that they would not have to pay off very oflen. Two months before the Sun Did Not Shine until 5 p.m. the crowds gathered gleefully expecting a free beer. "Then bright as day it happened. The sun shone like a ball of fire and the crowd trampled home, broken and unbeered." The above paragraph Hera's Swis by Swig Report of Boulder City's Booriest DoyAllBecaim tba Soa DiAKt Sbiw 25 yormo it was 1948 Judge Cliff Segerblom '^is almost guaranteed to become a nonagenarian for his mother, Lydia Segerblom reached the grand age of 91 last month. Lydia Segerblom has been in Boulder City for two years. One can see her at social functions having a wonderful time. Still able to walk with a helping arm from Gene or Cliff or one of her many friends. She climbed the stairs to the Doodlebug Bazaar and enjoyed herself as usual. Morry Zenoff called just yesterday asking the NEWS to do a story about Fred Traiger. 97 years old That story has been told, more than once in the past year. We congratulate Lydia Segerblom for her good health and wonderful family. She is deeply loved. Lydia has been able to see her son Judge iWc to succeed. Jinf has been delivering the News for three months and Hot Rod has been at it for about one month. Their parents. Jim and Joanne May, are also into the act. getting up with the kids early Thursday mornings to help fold the papers and then drive through the routes, while Jim and Hot Rod do the throwing to their respective customers. The boys are saving the money earned from-their routes and from summer work mowing lawns and washmg cars, as they think of the future. Hot tod is getting his football training rigN now Segerblom bring home so many honors that a book has literally been written about him in the NEWS. Her beloved daughter-in-law. Gene Segerlbom has been one of the most outstanding teachers at BCHS and upon her retirement she offered her services to our town by entering politics and as she said laughing "1 am still running for the position." Grandson Tick Segerblom, was sworn in as a Nevada lawyer last month. The ceremony was held in Las Vegas. He flew down from San Francisco to accept the honor^le has been employed as Regional Director of the Democratic-of the National Democratic Party. Gene, you are such a supurb journalist. Why don't you use this precious time of your life to write a book about your family? — ^ — as a memt)er of (he Cowboys flag team. Jim plays on the Broncos of the Henderson Youth Football League. They enjoy most all spirts and find time for golf, tennis, water skiing, fishing and swimming. As for hobbies. Hot Rod likes building models, while Jim hu recently started collecting stamps. Hot Rod is helping Jim with the collection by starting up correspondence with pen pals. Hopefully, Jim and Hot Rod will sec their tmbitions come true. If so, the Boulder City News will have been one step along the way. and headline was written by the new owner of the NEWS, Morry Zenoff, for he too dropped in on Dec. 23,' 1948 and witnessed the event. Morry was to write: "Rain came in sheets and pail fulls, there was no let • up. Sharply at 5:30 p.m. Gil and Harry were there with the goods. So was the crowd. "Not since I sat in on the opening of Schlitz Brewery back in Mailwaukee the night beer was legalized, have I seen beer flow so fast and freely. And drunk so gustily (thus wrote Morry) that night when Gil and Harry paid off their motto. For 6H hours the party continued. Here is the box score, blow by blow, swig by swig. 63 cases of bottled beer; four barrels, each holding 15^ gallons, each containing 256 8 ounce glasses of La'ger. A case of beer costs HOO each, barrels, $13. 25 cases of soda water to the ladies who refrain trom beer. Two tired guys named Gil and Harry, who dragged themselves home past midnight, both explaining, "It was the biggest night we have ever had. Believe it or not, we nearly broke even. And should it rain the next day, the deal still goes they say. (an added note) Sherry Raynor granddaughter of the late Harry Raynor, has given us the name of her father and his address, so we can write and ask him if he has some of his father's pictures of the Recreation Tavern. Fran Knaus would pay to have extra prints made for Herb. The NEWS in IMS ca^ ried many advertise roents from the taver and each one would ai nounce .. THAT ANT DAY THE SUI DOESN'T SHINE II BOLDER CITY THERI WILLBEAFREEBEEI For newcomers wh< haven't seen that famoud sign in the tavern win] dow drop by and see foif yourselves. The net owners, of nearly thir years, are Herb anc Fran Knauss. They arc delighted when the sui doesn't shine. It bringd them a lot of new friends and many customers arc so charmed with the his-| torical interior that they come back again and| again. Fran and Herb gavel their annual Christmas! party last Saturday and as usual everyone bad a | wonderful time. Twenty five Yeors Ago in the NEWS 1948-1978 The "Dam" Radio Shop was closed for the holidays as Tex and Helen Lyons, owners, took their daughter, Celinda Ann to Logan Utah so she could play in the snow for the first time in her life. The Dam Radio Shop was located on Wyoming St. The Boulder Theatre gave a FREE movie. The host, as usual, was owner Earl Brothers who had built the theatre bldg. in early 1932. It was the 16th annual party. Four color cartoons, plus one novelty reeel, plus one surprise comedy feature. There was singing and stage entertainment. Parents were invited to bring small children. Older children could bring young sisters and brothers. 12 years and younger attended.* Santa Claus came to town in an airplane. Ted Swift was Hying his Stinson Flying Station Wagon. A convoy of three other planes escorted Santa Claus to town. Swift, a great pilot, taxied the plane up Nevada Hwy. to Arizona St. and parked on the'plaza in front of the NEWS office. When Santa got out of the plane he was beseiged by hundreds of excited youngsters and had to be rescued by Earl Brothers. Santa was interviewed by radio sUtion KENO. 2000 children greeted him. Henderson had hit on hard times and many Boulder City neighbors contributed to baskets for the needy families. Baskets cost $10.00 to fill. There was a teenage dance at the Little Theatre Building. There was also a V.F.W. New Year's dance. The affiar was CO • sponsored by the Amercian Legion. Orton's Orchestra played Jack Foy conducted. COLLEGE STUDENTS FROM FAR PLACES HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS College students f^om all overthe United State, whose homes were in Boulder City 25 years ago this month, came home for the holidays. Some of the students home from the U. of Nevada at Reno were: Tom and Jim Godbey. Fred Kiehn, Otto Littler, Jr.. Francis Moore. Martin Granstrum. Harold Nellis, Douglass Baker, Claire and Barbara Russell, Bob Webb, Gerald Wyness, Ann Helms, Elspeth Watss. Jim and Lee Davis, Elaine Abercombie, Warren Whelton, William Buck. Lionel Leonard and Jene Grows. Other Students were, Buster Ringer, Jack Painter and Bob Hilliard, Visalia, Cal; Ruth Stead. Edward Marriott, Ben Buckles and Beverly Nellis. Woodbury's Los Angeles; Howard K. Adams. Pepperdine; Jim Bellor, St. Mary's; Cleo Yeager. Wasatch Academy; Donavon Dutton. Utah State; Dennis Whalen. Loyolya; Katherine Fuller and LaPriel Englestead, B.A.C.; Phyliss Neilson, Iowa State; Ben Cowan, Duane McKay and Glenn Mackie, Flagstaff; Nadene Denning, Berkely; Barbara and Jim MacCormisk and Bill Littler, U. of Colorado; Porter Bassett, Poly Tech, at San Luis Obispo; Venue Jolley, U. of Utah; Jean Port. Northwestern; Doreen Cowden, John Connolly and Dena Stice, U. of Redlands; Mary Ann Baroch, Lorreto Ck>llege, for Women; K. Howard Kelly and Don King. U. of Cal. Frank Sheldon, Cal Tech and Don Whalen, Santa Clara; Jim Minish and John "Junior" Pymm of the aircorps and Charles Cark, Navy. FredAbercombie Arrived from Northwestern. Narrator's Note. The above list f^om the Dee. 24, 1948 NEWS illustrates the kind of young people we have always had in Boulder City. Most of the names above went on to proud careers. The NEWS would welcome items dropped at the office. Where are they now? LETTER 9—mmm0000—mmmimt00000t00t000mm*mm*mm9^mmmmmm^ (ED. NOTE: Earl Harris is a former Boulder City resident now living in Santa Barbara, California. While here, he used to submit articles to the NEWS) The birth of Jesus of Nazareth came about in the most humble of circumstances and surroundings: a lowly manger. And today, as then only through meekness, love and spiritual expectancy can those who claim to follow him prove their true disclpleship and see its evidence in their lives. In Hebrews we arc told "... faith it the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen." not seen by mortal eyes, perhaps, but made manifest in the charity, forgivenesi, eonpaision, strength, and courage that characterize the living of Jesus' teachings and result in blessings. Each moment we are at the standpoint of welcoming in this spiritual light that Jesus manifested, for did he not say. "Behold, I stand at the door, and knock; If any many hear my voice, and open the door, I will come in to him, and will sup with him." (Rev. 3:20) He showed us that his heavenly Father, and ours, is always present to meet His children's needs, if the door is but open. At this Christmas Unc let tts prepare him room in our thottghu and lives. Let thought be cleansed of criticism, selfishneu, prejudice or guile in preparation for the influx of brotherly love, corapauion and enderness which his example Uttght This is done by pouring in love, which includes a better understanding of what is good, an honest recognition of the equality of man, integrity, and adherence to the (}olden Rule. Ths opens the door, truly, for thought and actions to be flooded with the spirit of the Christ. In a consciousness filled with happiness that comes from spiritual security, there s no room for fear, doubt, depression or sadness. This is the consciousness that is atane with the Christmas spirit of giving and receiving. Sharing spiritual gifts was Jesus' main occupation, and his sharing will never end. His lifework is as a "light set on a hill." whose rays reach in all directions, carrying a message of encouragement and goodwill and a beam of hope to all nankind. Throughout his ministry, Jesus constantly attempted to turn his listeners' thought away from himself toward his heavenly Father. He repeatedly afTirmed that the doctrine was not his and the works were not his, but God's. Though Jesus is not present in person, the Christ • spirit he lived and taught is with us to share our Christmas and every day. It is good to be reminded by the approach of Christmas of our responsibility as Christians: to let our light shine; to be loving, honest, mercifitl and Just in our daily dealings with our fellow man. Let us make this the best Christmas ever, by our devotion to God. our obedience to Jesus' teachings, and ourlove and caring for humanity. PUT IT IN THE WILL DO BABYSITTING in my bom*. 229 Van Wagenen. HDdrton. LEATHIR COAT for M1. FUU Icagtk, flttcd, drtuy hr trimmed. Site 14. Retail >400. Sell for |US. Ph. iH-tm eveniiigi. Hdn. TUBS h SINKS: Renniihed. Also chips repaired. Any color ipplianeei re(Iniihed. Free Estimates. Low rates. All work guaranteed. 871-1482. 24 hrs. 7 dayi. mum .\j FOR RESULTS iToir Realty Executives EXKUnVE CENTER 151S E. Trepicono Avt., Suite S50, Loi Vegas 19109 "A FUU TIME MOFESSIONAL REAL ESTATE STAFF OF 21" 73t.8551 MOUNTAIN VIEW LAKESIDE RETREAT • Thii butr All condo is lurrounddl by a gorgeous scenery! The home, itMiru bii(bt ind tunny It has 2 stories with 2 bedroomi. / • Hu I letr garage and lush grecnlandtcaping Don't nuu j your ehaece to SM this condo today located in Boulder City Call RKALTV EXECUTIVES. REALTOR at 73*el or EroBlnc at 944-2769 CTTY UFE Ii City Itte bringing you down! Thon here la your perflMt chance to get away from it all BeauUtlil custom hoae with four bedrooma, two car garage. Areplace. laiurloui carpeting throughout, large country Uttben aad plenty of room for R V parking. You can find this lovely borne located in Henderson and priced at ••.ISO. Call REALTY EXECUTIVES. REALTOR today at T3MBS1 or Erenloas at 9e4-rS. No IR. NATURE PAINTS A MASTERPIECE Right ouuide your flnl door There it a beautiful view of the whole valley and the mountains This lovely home has a formal dining room, fireplace in family room, 3 bedrooms, large 2 car {•rate and located in Henderson Priced atrnjSO. Call MALTY EXECUTIVES. REALTOR at 73SiaBl or Even \H It sei-rres No SM STARTING OUT OR SLOWING DOWN' Then thii it a perfect home for you Hat three bedroomi, carpet and drapes throughout, cute country kitchen, and located in Headertoe What a bargain at 140 J60 Call REALTY EX ECUTIVES. REALTOR Today at 73MS91 or Eveninp at 9S4-reB No. W THERE'S COLD NIGHTS AHEAD So snuulc up to one of the two fireplaces m this gorgeous home Home itself ii immaculate and hat so many terrific features it it impossible to list them all SiU on H acre and tone for horses Ldtaled m Henderson Don't hesiutc to call REALTY EXECUTIVES. REALTOR al 73-e5Sl for an appointment to day or evenings at S*^278 No tUSWIET AND SIMPLE Style of living in this super mobile home locate in Henderson Hat two bedroomt. fhmily room. 14 60 with acreage and has a patio what a bargain at S29,900 Call REALTY EXECUTIVES, REAU TOR today at 7344801 or evenings at 9e-naS No 2>2 HP "There U m iwbetitute for Experienci" ^K 'nJCK BAR REALTYREAITORT 833 NEVADA HWY., B.C. 293-2171 or 293-3402 E AFTER HOURS CAU: Bob Biair 293 2049 Carl Cowan 293 1499 Andre* Anderson. 293 2158 AieH* Katie Cartlidge 293-2254 *•*''''" Michele Hess 293 1277 Tom Bryin 293-3475 Claude Smith 293-4020 MLS M BEAUTIFUL COLONIAL CUSTOM BRICK, 4 bdrm 2^ btths, 2 car Hnished garage, intercom, 15x40 patio, large 100x100 n. lot agprox 3,400 sq. ft. liveable. EXCELLENT LOCATION, dote to schools. 3 bdrm., 2 bath, tpprox. 1,737 q ft., nne carpet k drapes. JUST S88.S00 00. THIS CUSTOM BEAUTY, on 68 acre lot. fantastic view, approx. 2.S47 sq. ft. for the best of Western living SEE US EXECUTIVE CUSTOM, near golf course. 4 bdrm 2\ bath, extra large garage, family rm fireplace, 2 patios. TERRIFIC BUY! LOVELY GOLF COUSE HOME. 2 story, 4 bdrm, 2H bath, approx. 2,890 iq. fl liveable, microwave oven, compactor, dining rm.. fam. rm., beautiful fireplace. MUST SEE! MOBILE ESTATE LOT with beautiftil custom 2 bdrm! mobile home Approx 2.290 sq. ft.. Lovely custom bar, many extras, fenced and landscaped. Garage and carport. Terrific view. SecUt. EXECUTIVE CUSTOM OVERLOOKING LAKE MEAD approx. 4 acres, 4 bdrm, beautiftil fireplace, 2 baths, large garage with workshop, parking galore. SEE US FOR INFO. SPECTACULAR ENTRY. This lovely custom home has all the extras. 4 bdrm.,2SI bath, family rm, game room, fireplace. garage and all fenced. See This. CUSTOM HOME • Under construction near golf course 3 bdrm., 2 bath, family room, dining rm, Approx 1929 sq. ft., Boy Mw and you can pick your colors. Sec us for further deUili. NICE AREA. 3 bdrm.. 2 bath, dining rm.. carport, encloaed patio. A good buy at only |63 JOO. COLT COURSE AREA. WELL BUILT custom home. 3 bdrm 1% bath, family room, large kitchen, dining rm, beautiful Areplaec. 1829 aq. ft. Only f87>. FAMILY HOME, 2 story, 4 bdrm., 2H bath, family rm. garage. laadKaped aed all fenced A perfect home for the family. A food buy at 182,000. GREAT VIEW lovely custom home on Vk acre with a lovely view of the city. 3 bdrm, 2 bath, den. garage or game room, flieplace, many extra*. Over HOO aq. (t. See Tkli. FAST FOOD BUSINESS. Small iavestment is all that U • eedid to owv yor own bualneu. Price include* beeineea •ad iaveatofy. Call u* for deuil*. OOINO DBU BUSINESS, Bicellcnt locaUon Good leaie price iicliide* iunwtarj aad fixture*. Call our oftice. WE HAVE BLDG. LOTS overlookittg LUe Meed. COM W •Bd aee us fer deuil*. -UCTWITNUS-WIWHiSniYOUIHOMI NEW CONTRACTOin Remodel Concrete • (Large or Small Jobs • • Custom Homes: Cost iPius 10% •• Lie. isgesA 564-S303 BABYSITTING • MY HOME. S65-0977, SANDY. $25. WK. WITH LUNCH. Hdn. US FOR COWmCIAL INDUSTMAL FKOFEKTY gyftiWB ttMIWx m i Mppi Gas Stove for sale. Asking $90. White. 30 inches. Ph. 648-9406 ARE YOU AN EiiPHANn WHY WORK rOR KANUTSf 80yr. old company needs lUII or part time students, salespersons, homemakers, or Senior Citixens as counselors. $200 per wk. min. Need car. phone. Own boss • hours flexible. Leads fUrnished, no canvassing. Must be self starter. Call ,384-3334 for appointment interview. MMMIMMfilMIM FiHnisbed Apartment For leose In Boulder City Attractively furnished two bedroom, one bath ^ondo. in beautiful Boulder Square. Overlooking pool, no sun, low utility fees. Adults only. One year lease preferable, to responsible executive, $400. month. Write Box AAA, Box 815, Henderson, Nevada, 89015. DOG TAGS 1979 Dog licenses will go on sale at the Utility Office in City Hall on December 15,1978. A valid rabies certificate for the dog must be presented before license can be purchased. License must be purchased before last day of Jan. 1979. Prices are: Male, $3.00; Female, 5.00; Altered Male or Spayed Female, $2.00. Rabies Clinic will be held on Sunday, January 14,1979 at the B.C. Fire Station from 2-4 p.m. 1 BOULDER REALTY [H REALTORS '^LS r293-3300 FOR INFORMATION CALL: 293-3232 < >OR"ALL YOUR\ i GLASS NEEDS! / Country Time i Dog Grooming | AU BREED I •OOG&CAT I OROOMINO 72 FORD BRONCO, roll bar, newly rebuilt engine, carpeting Uiroughout. 4 speed, many other extras Excellent cond $337S 00 or best offer 293-1509. B.C. Are you living with a Drinking Problem!?? If so, why not try Al Anon. Meetings areTues 10am. St Timothy's Episcopal Church. Tues. 8 p.m' Club, 51 Water St. Wed.' 7:30 p.m. St. Rose de Lima Hosp. For more information, call SA5-W63. GRADER FOR HIRE • Cleaning lots, building pads, roads, or whatever. Call 564-3828 or 564 3644 ANYTIME! R4 LOTS, Henderson or Pitt man. wanted to buy, reason able. 293-1135. after 6 BC NEW 2 BDRM CUSTOM HOME FOR SALE BY OWNER For app't. call 565-9565 or 565-9712. Hdn SHAKLE€ FRODUaS Rhoda D. Hagadone Authorized Distributor 293-4350 B.C. • We'll Call On You" 3iie lie x.YnpiMBi Ih. SBS-788 { BbckWik ^6 :' wfc. DMot 1^ Shady tmd^ MOSSBTS MASONRY JDMII MOMT IMHon Cotfador UcNa 14768 •IC PwakMH 0WI aicdCaM ~^ I i .1 sciiNCi Dooraoo FRK PtCKUf A DiUVIRY M*i. 4 nnmofi AIM OfOyl 565-0139 NEW LOCATION 31 WATER ST., HENDERSON L.—.—^—.^—•————' TOWNHOUSE FOR SALE. 3 bdrm., IVk bath Upgraded Must seel Terms • FHA, VA, CTL. 565^101. Hdn. OwnerLicensee. LOST • Man's Silver framed prescription glasses. Soft black leather case. Safeway Plata area REWARD for re turn. 5654108. Hdn. PIANO FOR SALE in perfect I cond 4236 Penwood Ave.. Apt. 3-871-4323 WARM YOURSELF BY A CRACKLIN' FIRE in the fam ily room flreplace. This well planned home features 4 bdrm., 2 baths, JennAir Coolctop Range, self cleaning oven, laundry room, formal dining and living area and garage plus work area YOU WILL HAVE AMPLE ROOM 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, 293-4790. YOU WILL ENJOY THIS HOME IN THE YEARS TO COME — Brick constructed 4 bdrm. 2H bath on large shaded grounds, a view of Lake Mead and so much more Located in B.C. at 1306 Denver St. Call for details and appt. to see. BUILDING LOT with spectacular view of Uke Mead, approximately 1 3 acre. START THE NEW YEAR OUT RIGHT with this 2 story, 3 bdrm., 2H bath home Located on Boulder City Golf Course, fourth green. Professionally landscaped, wood burning Tireplace. separate family room and much, much more. Call for details. Enjoy the SPECTACULAR VIEW OF LAKE MEAD. fVom this lovely 3 bdrm.. 1V4 bath home. Gas Tireplace in living room, spacious master bedrm. suite. Double garage. BUILDING LOT IN SUBDIVISION 11. High loV with a beautiful view. Owner is a licensed rear .estate salesman. INCOME PROPERTY Well kept older dupl ideal location in Central BouldtY City. ON THE SIDE OF A MOUNTAIN! Beautif\il raised lot overlooking the lake with unrestricted view. One of a Kind! EXCELLENT FAMILY HOME. 4 bdrm.. 1V bath, with family rm.. Large comer lot with fenced in backyard. Excell. neighborhood. PRIDE OF OWNERSHIP describes this lovely spacioui 3 bdrm., l\ btth home with swimming pool. Excellent location. Call our ofHce for deUils. RANCH STYLE HOME wiUt view of Vegas Val ley. Many custom features make this home a dream come true. From its roaring brick Tireplace, ceramic Ule floors, to the open doors this home has it all, CUL-DE-SAC LOT excellent building lot Uiat features an even better view. BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME on one of thtit subdivision 11 loU wc have luted. Call for informaUon. PRESTIGIOUS GOLF COURSE LIVING custom : toiryMMK'>**' • <•' •"•• Overlooking lutftn^iJraiMy and macnincent mounUin I ———————— <88>0 OB 181 lifc LIKE TO WORK I WITH KIDS? m Need A Circulation Monagerl [for tiie Henderson Home News I iSee: Loma Kesterson 22 Woter St. Henderson Jaaict Crawford....JS-2r5 DtaaaaKMla Mi-im Rick Shea 204X6 W.R (Winnie Clark) .2SS-2MI PatShuman „ 2-4799 Diana LeMbvrg ,. ....^ ^93-279 ilune Hanaen „ aBVilM HOMES A BEAUTIFUL NEW HOME FOR CHRISTMAS!! Near the golf course 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, $72,500 Im mediate occupancy. LOVELY FAMILY HOME!! 4 bedroom, 2 bath Established neighborhood. Im mediate occupancy $76,750 OWNER TRANSFERRED!! 4 bedrooms. 2 bath fenced 5 years old Fireplace $71,500.00 NEW • 3 BEDROOMS! Family room. Woodburning fireplace $73,500. Move in today. MOBILE HOMES DOUBLE WIDE ADULTS ONLY!! $34,900 buys this near new mobile home in M&M Park Immediate possession 2 BEDROOM 12 X 60 $16,400!! This one has a 10 x 30 add-on in MAM Park Adults only A good buy Must sell 12 X 60 EXPANDO' WOULD YOU BELIEVE $13,900" 1068 Broadmore, 2 bedrooms 2 baths, in Gingerwood Immediate occupancy, adults only won't last at this price. 3TH WHEEL TRAVEL TRAILER Very good buy at $5,450. IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY!! 2 bedroom. 1 bath. AdulU only $15,400 In Gingerwood 1877 AIRSTREAM 25' Many extras • like new. Only $12,990. 24 X 44 ADULTS ONLY NEW!! Beautif\il new 2 bedroom. 2 bath mobile home in Gingerwood. $36,490. BEAUTIFUL SPUT LEVEL!! 1908 square feet. 28' X 60' On Mountain Vista Lot $98,800 14 X 70 NEW • $23,500!' Adults only 3 bedrooms • 2 baths. Posaeuion today. BUSINESS OPPORTUNmES 3 CHAUl BARBERSHOP. SALE OR LEASE!! 416 Nevada Hifbway Boulder City, Nrrada Phone 293-3232 IB TMDOMi IMwp 2f3-UlJ a3-3J47 I BEAllOS CwM to UtO Nevada Hiffhwwv, IKe OwM Brrva Graham. ToB Friary Mel Duaawt* Shirley PUlUpa .WS-1447 .3-1190 jn-Mos G.A. "Curly" Saitk Sue Broadbcnt. Lillian Collins.. Nancy Murphy Ed Harvey •rcoll... J83-1238 ...Je5-751 2n-33t2 NEW APARTMENTS APARTMENTS MGR; 631 AVE. A, APT. A B.C.... FOR INFO. CALL PHONE 878-5128 BARGAIN new exer-cycle. $45. Call 293-2220. B.C. 1974 DATSUN 710 FOR SALE Air, new tires, good mileage. $2150 Ph 565-8240 Hdn 'LICENSED CHILD CARE in my home. 585-7412. Hdn. For rent, Townsite house 2 bdrm., w to w carpeting. Stove & refrigerator Off street parking No pets 5641004 '71 Kingston w front & rear bdrms 1 \ bth Set up in park. $8300 Ph 875-4174. FOR RENT 2 bdrm apt $185 mo deposit 646 Ave BBC GARAGE SALE Thur 9 to 5 Toys, pussies, table, cliairs. sectional, trailer cooler. 1406ElsaWayB.C 293-4855 FOR SALE-16' Fiberglass boat It trailer. 75 hp Johnson. $950 Good condition. 565-6631. Hdn. $59,300 LEWIS HOME View Lot, 4 bdrm 4 yr. old, 1487 sq ft, Quiet Street. Price assumed $56,900. Mo. S293 00 Bal. $29,500. Ph. 565-6688 Hdn I AARON FENCING Free Eitimates Chain Link A Wood Fencing 20 Years Exp. I Ph. 451-8190 Hunting Dogs AKC German short hair pointers, 10 wks.. $100. 293 2511. BC i —^ NEW never used Westinghouse, heavy duty, washer and dryer, white. Can be seen any time at 615 Ave. H. BC CLTON n.CARRCTT ReaLTV misM PHONE 293-3333. Vivian Richards 293 1757 Bart Hyde 283-2144 Carol Roiich 293-4950 Elton M. Garrett .203-2839 ri54 Nvodo Hwy., Bouldr City, Ntv. EXCELLENT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY established beauty salon; 3 stations, five dryers. Good Highway location. Lease negotiable. HIGH ON THE MOUNTAIN BELOW APPRAISAL Master bedroom suite has Jacuzzi AND Tireplace. Must see to appreciate this luxury home. $115,000. RARE FIND 3 bedrooms, 2 bath home with 16 x 30 pool, plus spa. Good terms. Only $76,500. NEW LEWIS HOME 4 bedroom, 2 bath, family room. Never lived in. Priced right a"t $76,500 SPORTING GOODS business in central location, great opportunity at reasonable price NEW BUSINESS BUILDINGS for rent, 1100 sq. ft each. Excellent location. VIEW OF CITY Building lots overlook Boulder City and Eldorado Valley. Over H acre. Pricec begin at $25,000 LAKEVIEW SITES Desirable lot on Woodacrc Drive. Over 1 3 acre Only $38,500 Also. 8000 iquare foot cul-de-SK lot Priced right at $20,000 Wl HAVI mVHS WE NKD USTINOS 31 YEAIS nONfEMNO RfAl ESTATI MMMMOil CITY )

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) Ihundoy, Oectmbef M. 11 Hendafww Name Ntwi and iMilder CHy >33 Thursday, DKtmbar 21, 1971 Put It In The WANT ADS For Best Results JENSEN'S REALH 219 WATII ST. '• HINDIISON, NV. •901S. 0. -JNT JINSEN UOKR • 564-3333 SPECIAL OF THE WEEK HIGHLY UPGRADED LEWIS HOME Thii 4 bdnn. -1% btth home shows well. Imaginitive decor Ideal Tor the larger family, with a larje two car garage Beautiful vtew of the valley. Priced right. Cal l Alice Mi-3333 BEAUTIFUL! CLEAN' SHARP! All these'adjectives describe this 3 t>drro., IH bath home Zoned for horses Covered patio. % acre fenced with lawn and shrubs. Many extras. Call Sue 584-3333 BEAUTIFUL LAS VEGAS HOME now available at a' reduced price 1960 sq ft., 3 bdrm 2H bath Separate family room and pantry area Has an outstanding fireplace. 1 car garage and block wall completely surrounda the lot. This one won't last long. Call Sue 5M-3333 THE ONLY ONE LEFT' A x 100 lot in Trailer EsUtes. Cleared and ready to set up with existing water. sewer, and electricity. Only 118,000 Call • |....564-3333 CUDDLE UP around the Ben Franklin Stove on these cold winter nights This 3 bdrm home has a one bed room apt attached with the possibility of added iocome property on this over-tiwd lot All this and more for only tMJOO. Call Randy .964-3333 COUNTRY LIVING IN A CUSTOM HOME This new 3 bdrm 2 bath home on an extra large lot, shows all the love that has been put in it. Country Kitchen, Ben Franklin Fireplace. Ceramic Tile Entrance Way, Wallpaper and tile used extensively. Priced at $00,500. this is a must see Call Alice S4-3333 COMMERCIAL BUILDING FOR LEASE Store front in Lake Mead Shopping Center. CallJor information 564 3333 PICK YOUR LOT We have >^ acre and 1 acre lots with your choice of custom homes built to your satisfaction. Come in and talk to us or Call for information 564-3333 OTEN MONDAY THIU SATUIDAY 9.00 A.M. TO 6:00 PJM. AREI HOURS CALL JIM JENSEN ,. ^^ I SUE BLAIR -5^ I AUCEFIFE r!rSS RANDY WOOTTON 2S^ JACK SEIDEMAN -"TI-TZM BOULOCRcrrr Meet Your NEWSboy Hot led and Jim May an this weak'* newsboy*. Hot Rod May A -great name for a pro football star isn't it? If Johi(Hot Rod) May has his wish, he will someday make it as a professional football player. At least that is his ambition right now. His brother, Jim, is not quite as flamboyant in his dreams. Jim would prefer to become a doctor. iwyer or veteryiarian. Whether the two boys realize tfaeac ambitions or decide to do something else may not be known for a while yet. Jim is in the eighth grade, and Hot Rod is a sixth-grader at Mitchell Elemc^itary School. Whatever they end up doing though, they will be able to look back (fondly. we hope) on their days as newsboys for the Boulder City News. Juuging from the*brief period they have worked for the paper lo far. they both look like they wUI be Bmrtli R-4 LOT In Pittman Area. All utilities and ready to build. 100' X 270' deep. $22,000. EAST LAS VEGAS Building lot with all utilities. 60' X 100'. This lot is in fast growing area. Only 16.000. SHOWS LIKE AN Lewis home Close Garage has been den. $44,500. • PhreUrtrm.,lHbath ifol. Fenced rear yard. (f-Uste^Uy decorated SUNKEN TUB in Master Bdrm. and Waterfall in Living Room in this Section 27 home with very large bedrooms. Two fiill biths. $68,900. SECTION 27 Newly constructed home zoned R-E. Only $05,900. FRESHLY PAINTED A pleasure to show this 3 bdrm.. 1^ bath Lewis home. Large fenced rear yard. Close to high school. AfTordabiy priced at $43,000. HIGHLAND HILLS BEAUTY Four bedroom. l\ bath. Very well maintained home. Featuring two car garage and covered patio. $67,000. NEW CONSTRUCnON Three bedroom, 2 zoned R4. Good investment. bath EXCELLENT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY -^ Glass business inc!udes8775 square feet of land. 1900 sq n. building, complete inventory, four trucks, all equipment, and two bedroom 'Townsite house. Sale also includes leased building and business in Boulder City. Call Morrell for complete and detailed information. NUnwl HMnty ii i Iwnistw Wtiw" EVALYN MORRELL BROKER PEG COLE 5641754 AL LEFRANCOIS 564-2722 BARBARA McNAIR 293-4274 MILUE POTTER 565-0663 42 WATEI ST. HfNOifSON, NfVAOA 54S-f1 A A Book ShooM Be Written About tlw Sogediloins By T9Qoy r^finn 25 years ago the Re,creation Tavern, then < owned by Harry Raynor and Gil Telford, kept its promise for the first time that any day the sun didn't shine it would pay off with a f^ee beer. For eleven months the owners,.who had placed the famous sign in their window in Jan. 1948, had been explaining to tourists and local customers that it was a fairly safe gamble that they would not have to pay off very oflen. Two months before the Sun Did Not Shine until 5 p.m. the crowds gathered gleefully expecting a free beer. "Then bright as day it happened. The sun shone like a ball of fire and the crowd trampled home, broken and unbeered." The above paragraph Hera's Swis by Swig Report of Boulder City's Booriest DoyAllBecaim tba Soa DiAKt Sbiw 25 yormo it was 1948 Judge Cliff Segerblom '^is almost guaranteed to become a nonagenarian for his mother, Lydia Segerblom reached the grand age of 91 last month. Lydia Segerblom has been in Boulder City for two years. One can see her at social functions having a wonderful time. Still able to walk with a helping arm from Gene or Cliff or one of her many friends. She climbed the stairs to the Doodlebug Bazaar and enjoyed herself as usual. Morry Zenoff called just yesterday asking the NEWS to do a story about Fred Traiger. 97 years old That story has been told, more than once in the past year. We congratulate Lydia Segerblom for her good health and wonderful family. She is deeply loved. Lydia has been able to see her son Judge iWc to succeed. Jinf has been delivering the News for three months and Hot Rod has been at it for about one month. Their parents. Jim and Joanne May, are also into the act. getting up with the kids early Thursday mornings to help fold the papers and then drive through the routes, while Jim and Hot Rod do the throwing to their respective customers. The boys are saving the money earned from-their routes and from summer work mowing lawns and washmg cars, as they think of the future. Hot tod is getting his football training rigN now Segerblom bring home so many honors that a book has literally been written about him in the NEWS. Her beloved daughter-in-law. Gene Segerlbom has been one of the most outstanding teachers at BCHS and upon her retirement she offered her services to our town by entering politics and as she said laughing "1 am still running for the position." Grandson Tick Segerblom, was sworn in as a Nevada lawyer last month. The ceremony was held in Las Vegas. He flew down from San Francisco to accept the honor^le has been employed as Regional Director of the Democratic-of the National Democratic Party. Gene, you are such a supurb journalist. Why don't you use this precious time of your life to write a book about your family? — ^ — as a memt)er of (he Cowboys flag team. Jim plays on the Broncos of the Henderson Youth Football League. They enjoy most all spirts and find time for golf, tennis, water skiing, fishing and swimming. As for hobbies. Hot Rod likes building models, while Jim hu recently started collecting stamps. Hot Rod is helping Jim with the collection by starting up correspondence with pen pals. Hopefully, Jim and Hot Rod will sec their tmbitions come true. If so, the Boulder City News will have been one step along the way. and headline was written by the new owner of the NEWS, Morry Zenoff, for he too dropped in on Dec. 23,' 1948 and witnessed the event. Morry was to write: "Rain came in sheets and pail fulls, there was no let • up. Sharply at 5:30 p.m. Gil and Harry were there with the goods. So was the crowd. "Not since I sat in on the opening of Schlitz Brewery back in Mailwaukee the night beer was legalized, have I seen beer flow so fast and freely. And drunk so gustily (thus wrote Morry) that night when Gil and Harry paid off their motto. For 6H hours the party continued. Here is the box score, blow by blow, swig by swig. 63 cases of bottled beer; four barrels, each holding 15^ gallons, each containing 256 8 ounce glasses of La'ger. A case of beer costs HOO each, barrels, $13. 25 cases of soda water to the ladies who refrain trom beer. Two tired guys named Gil and Harry, who dragged themselves home past midnight, both explaining, "It was the biggest night we have ever had. Believe it or not, we nearly broke even. And should it rain the next day, the deal still goes they say. (an added note) Sherry Raynor granddaughter of the late Harry Raynor, has given us the name of her father and his address, so we can write and ask him if he has some of his father's pictures of the Recreation Tavern. Fran Knaus would pay to have extra prints made for Herb. The NEWS in IMS ca^ ried many advertise roents from the taver and each one would ai nounce .. THAT ANT DAY THE SUI DOESN'T SHINE II BOLDER CITY THERI WILLBEAFREEBEEI For newcomers wh< haven't seen that famoud sign in the tavern win] dow drop by and see foif yourselves. The net owners, of nearly thir years, are Herb anc Fran Knauss. They arc delighted when the sui doesn't shine. It bringd them a lot of new friends and many customers arc so charmed with the his-| torical interior that they come back again and| again. Fran and Herb gavel their annual Christmas! party last Saturday and as usual everyone bad a | wonderful time. Twenty five Yeors Ago in the NEWS 1948-1978 The "Dam" Radio Shop was closed for the holidays as Tex and Helen Lyons, owners, took their daughter, Celinda Ann to Logan Utah so she could play in the snow for the first time in her life. The Dam Radio Shop was located on Wyoming St. The Boulder Theatre gave a FREE movie. The host, as usual, was owner Earl Brothers who had built the theatre bldg. in early 1932. It was the 16th annual party. Four color cartoons, plus one novelty reeel, plus one surprise comedy feature. There was singing and stage entertainment. Parents were invited to bring small children. Older children could bring young sisters and brothers. 12 years and younger attended.* Santa Claus came to town in an airplane. Ted Swift was Hying his Stinson Flying Station Wagon. A convoy of three other planes escorted Santa Claus to town. Swift, a great pilot, taxied the plane up Nevada Hwy. to Arizona St. and parked on the'plaza in front of the NEWS office. When Santa got out of the plane he was beseiged by hundreds of excited youngsters and had to be rescued by Earl Brothers. Santa was interviewed by radio sUtion KENO. 2000 children greeted him. Henderson had hit on hard times and many Boulder City neighbors contributed to baskets for the needy families. Baskets cost $10.00 to fill. There was a teenage dance at the Little Theatre Building. There was also a V.F.W. New Year's dance. The affiar was CO • sponsored by the Amercian Legion. Orton's Orchestra played Jack Foy conducted. COLLEGE STUDENTS FROM FAR PLACES HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS College students f^om all overthe United State, whose homes were in Boulder City 25 years ago this month, came home for the holidays. Some of the students home from the U. of Nevada at Reno were: Tom and Jim Godbey. Fred Kiehn, Otto Littler, Jr.. Francis Moore. Martin Granstrum. Harold Nellis, Douglass Baker, Claire and Barbara Russell, Bob Webb, Gerald Wyness, Ann Helms, Elspeth Watss. Jim and Lee Davis, Elaine Abercombie, Warren Whelton, William Buck. Lionel Leonard and Jene Grows. Other Students were, Buster Ringer, Jack Painter and Bob Hilliard, Visalia, Cal; Ruth Stead. Edward Marriott, Ben Buckles and Beverly Nellis. Woodbury's Los Angeles; Howard K. Adams. Pepperdine; Jim Bellor, St. Mary's; Cleo Yeager. Wasatch Academy; Donavon Dutton. Utah State; Dennis Whalen. Loyolya; Katherine Fuller and LaPriel Englestead, B.A.C.; Phyliss Neilson, Iowa State; Ben Cowan, Duane McKay and Glenn Mackie, Flagstaff; Nadene Denning, Berkely; Barbara and Jim MacCormisk and Bill Littler, U. of Colorado; Porter Bassett, Poly Tech, at San Luis Obispo; Venue Jolley, U. of Utah; Jean Port. Northwestern; Doreen Cowden, John Connolly and Dena Stice, U. of Redlands; Mary Ann Baroch, Lorreto Ck>llege, for Women; K. Howard Kelly and Don King. U. of Cal. Frank Sheldon, Cal Tech and Don Whalen, Santa Clara; Jim Minish and John "Junior" Pymm of the aircorps and Charles Cark, Navy. FredAbercombie Arrived from Northwestern. Narrator's Note. The above list f^om the Dee. 24, 1948 NEWS illustrates the kind of young people we have always had in Boulder City. Most of the names above went on to proud careers. The NEWS would welcome items dropped at the office. Where are they now? LETTER 9—mmm0000—mmmimt00000t00t000mm*mm*mm9^mmmmmm^ (ED. NOTE: Earl Harris is a former Boulder City resident now living in Santa Barbara, California. While here, he used to submit articles to the NEWS) The birth of Jesus of Nazareth came about in the most humble of circumstances and surroundings: a lowly manger. And today, as then only through meekness, love and spiritual expectancy can those who claim to follow him prove their true disclpleship and see its evidence in their lives. In Hebrews we arc told "... faith it the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen." not seen by mortal eyes, perhaps, but made manifest in the charity, forgivenesi, eonpaision, strength, and courage that characterize the living of Jesus' teachings and result in blessings. Each moment we are at the standpoint of welcoming in this spiritual light that Jesus manifested, for did he not say. "Behold, I stand at the door, and knock; If any many hear my voice, and open the door, I will come in to him, and will sup with him." (Rev. 3:20) He showed us that his heavenly Father, and ours, is always present to meet His children's needs, if the door is but open. At this Christmas Unc let tts prepare him room in our thottghu and lives. Let thought be cleansed of criticism, selfishneu, prejudice or guile in preparation for the influx of brotherly love, corapauion and enderness which his example Uttght This is done by pouring in love, which includes a better understanding of what is good, an honest recognition of the equality of man, integrity, and adherence to the (}olden Rule. Ths opens the door, truly, for thought and actions to be flooded with the spirit of the Christ. In a consciousness filled with happiness that comes from spiritual security, there s no room for fear, doubt, depression or sadness. This is the consciousness that is atane with the Christmas spirit of giving and receiving. Sharing spiritual gifts was Jesus' main occupation, and his sharing will never end. His lifework is as a "light set on a hill." whose rays reach in all directions, carrying a message of encouragement and goodwill and a beam of hope to all nankind. Throughout his ministry, Jesus constantly attempted to turn his listeners' thought away from himself toward his heavenly Father. He repeatedly afTirmed that the doctrine was not his and the works were not his, but God's. Though Jesus is not present in person, the Christ • spirit he lived and taught is with us to share our Christmas and every day. It is good to be reminded by the approach of Christmas of our responsibility as Christians: to let our light shine; to be loving, honest, mercifitl and Just in our daily dealings with our fellow man. Let us make this the best Christmas ever, by our devotion to God. our obedience to Jesus' teachings, and ourlove and caring for humanity. PUT IT IN THE WILL DO BABYSITTING in my bom*. 229 Van Wagenen. HDdrton. LEATHIR COAT for M1. FUU Icagtk, flttcd, drtuy hr trimmed. Site 14. Retail >400. Sell for |US. Ph. iH-tm eveniiigi. Hdn. TUBS h SINKS: Renniihed. Also chips repaired. Any color ipplianeei re(Iniihed. Free Estimates. Low rates. All work guaranteed. 871-1482. 24 hrs. 7 dayi. mum .\j FOR RESULTS iToir Realty Executives EXKUnVE CENTER 151S E. Trepicono Avt., Suite S50, Loi Vegas 19109 "A FUU TIME MOFESSIONAL REAL ESTATE STAFF OF 21" 73t.8551 MOUNTAIN VIEW LAKESIDE RETREAT • Thii butr All condo is lurrounddl by a gorgeous scenery! The home, itMiru bii(bt ind tunny It has 2 stories with 2 bedroomi. / • Hu I letr garage and lush grecnlandtcaping Don't nuu j your ehaece to SM this condo today located in Boulder City Call RKALTV EXECUTIVES. REALTOR at 73*el or EroBlnc at 944-2769 CTTY UFE Ii City Itte bringing you down! Thon here la your perflMt chance to get away from it all BeauUtlil custom hoae with four bedrooma, two car garage. Areplace. laiurloui carpeting throughout, large country Uttben aad plenty of room for R V parking. You can find this lovely borne located in Henderson and priced at ••.ISO. Call REALTY EXECUTIVES. REALTOR today at T3MBS1 or Erenloas at 9e4-rS. No IR. NATURE PAINTS A MASTERPIECE Right ouuide your flnl door There it a beautiful view of the whole valley and the mountains This lovely home has a formal dining room, fireplace in family room, 3 bedrooms, large 2 car {•rate and located in Henderson Priced atrnjSO. Call MALTY EXECUTIVES. REALTOR at 73SiaBl or Even \H It sei-rres No SM STARTING OUT OR SLOWING DOWN' Then thii it a perfect home for you Hat three bedroomi, carpet and drapes throughout, cute country kitchen, and located in Headertoe What a bargain at 140 J60 Call REALTY EX ECUTIVES. REALTOR Today at 73MS91 or Eveninp at 9S4-reB No. W THERE'S COLD NIGHTS AHEAD So snuulc up to one of the two fireplaces m this gorgeous home Home itself ii immaculate and hat so many terrific features it it impossible to list them all SiU on H acre and tone for horses Ldtaled m Henderson Don't hesiutc to call REALTY EXECUTIVES. REALTOR al 73-e5Sl for an appointment to day or evenings at S*^278 No tUSWIET AND SIMPLE Style of living in this super mobile home locate in Henderson Hat two bedroomt. fhmily room. 14 60 with acreage and has a patio what a bargain at S29,900 Call REALTY EXECUTIVES, REAU TOR today at 7344801 or evenings at 9e-naS No 2>2 HP "There U m iwbetitute for Experienci" ^K 'nJCK BAR REALTYREAITORT 833 NEVADA HWY., B.C. 293-2171 or 293-3402 E AFTER HOURS CAU: Bob Biair 293 2049 Carl Cowan 293 1499 Andre* Anderson. 293 2158 AieH* Katie Cartlidge 293-2254 *•*''''" Michele Hess 293 1277 Tom Bryin 293-3475 Claude Smith 293-4020 MLS M BEAUTIFUL COLONIAL CUSTOM BRICK, 4 bdrm 2^ btths, 2 car Hnished garage, intercom, 15x40 patio, large 100x100 n. lot agprox 3,400 sq. ft. liveable. EXCELLENT LOCATION, dote to schools. 3 bdrm., 2 bath, tpprox. 1,737 q ft., nne carpet k drapes. JUST S88.S00 00. THIS CUSTOM BEAUTY, on 68 acre lot. fantastic view, approx. 2.S47 sq. ft. for the best of Western living SEE US EXECUTIVE CUSTOM, near golf course. 4 bdrm 2\ bath, extra large garage, family rm fireplace, 2 patios. TERRIFIC BUY! LOVELY GOLF COUSE HOME. 2 story, 4 bdrm, 2H bath, approx. 2,890 iq. fl liveable, microwave oven, compactor, dining rm.. fam. rm., beautiful fireplace. MUST SEE! MOBILE ESTATE LOT with beautiftil custom 2 bdrm! mobile home Approx 2.290 sq. ft.. Lovely custom bar, many extras, fenced and landscaped. Garage and carport. Terrific view. SecUt. EXECUTIVE CUSTOM OVERLOOKING LAKE MEAD approx. 4 acres, 4 bdrm, beautiftil fireplace, 2 baths, large garage with workshop, parking galore. SEE US FOR INFO. SPECTACULAR ENTRY. This lovely custom home has all the extras. 4 bdrm.,2SI bath, family rm, game room, fireplace. garage and all fenced. See This. CUSTOM HOME • Under construction near golf course 3 bdrm., 2 bath, family room, dining rm, Approx 1929 sq. ft., Boy Mw and you can pick your colors. Sec us for further deUili. NICE AREA. 3 bdrm.. 2 bath, dining rm.. carport, encloaed patio. A good buy at only |63 JOO. COLT COURSE AREA. WELL BUILT custom home. 3 bdrm 1% bath, family room, large kitchen, dining rm, beautiful Areplaec. 1829 aq. ft. Only f87>. FAMILY HOME, 2 story, 4 bdrm., 2H bath, family rm. garage. laadKaped aed all fenced A perfect home for the family. A food buy at 182,000. GREAT VIEW lovely custom home on Vk acre with a lovely view of the city. 3 bdrm, 2 bath, den. garage or game room, flieplace, many extra*. Over HOO aq. (t. See Tkli. FAST FOOD BUSINESS. Small iavestment is all that U • eedid to owv yor own bualneu. Price include* beeineea •ad iaveatofy. Call u* for deuil*. OOINO DBU BUSINESS, Bicellcnt locaUon Good leaie price iicliide* iunwtarj aad fixture*. Call our oftice. WE HAVE BLDG. LOTS overlookittg LUe Meed. COM W •Bd aee us fer deuil*. -UCTWITNUS-WIWHiSniYOUIHOMI NEW CONTRACTOin Remodel Concrete • (Large or Small Jobs • • Custom Homes: Cost iPius 10% •• Lie. isgesA 564-S303 BABYSITTING • MY HOME. S65-0977, SANDY. $25. WK. WITH LUNCH. Hdn. US FOR COWmCIAL INDUSTMAL FKOFEKTY gyftiWB ttMIWx m i Mppi Gas Stove for sale. Asking $90. White. 30 inches. Ph. 648-9406 ARE YOU AN EiiPHANn WHY WORK rOR KANUTSf 80yr. old company needs lUII or part time students, salespersons, homemakers, or Senior Citixens as counselors. $200 per wk. min. Need car. phone. Own boss • hours flexible. Leads fUrnished, no canvassing. Must be self starter. Call ,384-3334 for appointment interview. MMMIMMfilMIM FiHnisbed Apartment For leose In Boulder City Attractively furnished two bedroom, one bath ^ondo. in beautiful Boulder Square. Overlooking pool, no sun, low utility fees. Adults only. One year lease preferable, to responsible executive, $400. month. Write Box AAA, Box 815, Henderson, Nevada, 89015. DOG TAGS 1979 Dog licenses will go on sale at the Utility Office in City Hall on December 15,1978. A valid rabies certificate for the dog must be presented before license can be purchased. License must be purchased before last day of Jan. 1979. Prices are: Male, $3.00; Female, 5.00; Altered Male or Spayed Female, $2.00. Rabies Clinic will be held on Sunday, January 14,1979 at the B.C. Fire Station from 2-4 p.m. 1 BOULDER REALTY [H REALTORS '^LS r293-3300 FOR INFORMATION CALL: 293-3232 < >OR"ALL YOUR\ i GLASS NEEDS! / Country Time i Dog Grooming | AU BREED I •OOG&CAT I OROOMINO 72 FORD BRONCO, roll bar, newly rebuilt engine, carpeting Uiroughout. 4 speed, many other extras Excellent cond $337S 00 or best offer 293-1509. B.C. Are you living with a Drinking Problem!?? If so, why not try Al Anon. Meetings areTues 10am. St Timothy's Episcopal Church. Tues. 8 p.m' Club, 51 Water St. Wed.' 7:30 p.m. St. Rose de Lima Hosp. For more information, call SA5-W63. GRADER FOR HIRE • Cleaning lots, building pads, roads, or whatever. Call 564-3828 or 564 3644 ANYTIME! R4 LOTS, Henderson or Pitt man. wanted to buy, reason able. 293-1135. after 6 BC NEW 2 BDRM CUSTOM HOME FOR SALE BY OWNER For app't. call 565-9565 or 565-9712. Hdn SHAKLE€ FRODUaS Rhoda D. Hagadone Authorized Distributor 293-4350 B.C. • We'll Call On You" 3iie lie x.YnpiMBi Ih. SBS-788 { BbckWik ^6 :' wfc. DMot 1^ Shady tmd^ MOSSBTS MASONRY JDMII MOMT IMHon Cotfador UcNa 14768 •IC PwakMH 0WI aicdCaM ~^ I i .1 sciiNCi Dooraoo FRK PtCKUf A DiUVIRY M*i. 4 nnmofi AIM OfOyl 565-0139 NEW LOCATION 31 WATER ST., HENDERSON L.—.—^—.^—•————' TOWNHOUSE FOR SALE. 3 bdrm., IVk bath Upgraded Must seel Terms • FHA, VA, CTL. 565^101. Hdn. OwnerLicensee. LOST • Man's Silver framed prescription glasses. Soft black leather case. Safeway Plata area REWARD for re turn. 5654108. Hdn. PIANO FOR SALE in perfect I cond 4236 Penwood Ave.. Apt. 3-871-4323 WARM YOURSELF BY A CRACKLIN' FIRE in the fam ily room flreplace. This well planned home features 4 bdrm., 2 baths, JennAir Coolctop Range, self cleaning oven, laundry room, formal dining and living area and garage plus work area YOU WILL HAVE AMPLE ROOM 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, 293-4790. YOU WILL ENJOY THIS HOME IN THE YEARS TO COME — Brick constructed 4 bdrm. 2H bath on large shaded grounds, a view of Lake Mead and so much more Located in B.C. at 1306 Denver St. Call for details and appt. to see. BUILDING LOT with spectacular view of Uke Mead, approximately 1 3 acre. START THE NEW YEAR OUT RIGHT with this 2 story, 3 bdrm., 2H bath home Located on Boulder City Golf Course, fourth green. Professionally landscaped, wood burning Tireplace. separate family room and much, much more. Call for details. Enjoy the SPECTACULAR VIEW OF LAKE MEAD. fVom this lovely 3 bdrm.. 1V4 bath home. Gas Tireplace in living room, spacious master bedrm. suite. Double garage. BUILDING LOT IN SUBDIVISION 11. High loV with a beautiful view. Owner is a licensed rear .estate salesman. INCOME PROPERTY Well kept older dupl ideal location in Central BouldtY City. ON THE SIDE OF A MOUNTAIN! Beautif\il raised lot overlooking the lake with unrestricted view. One of a Kind! EXCELLENT FAMILY HOME. 4 bdrm.. 1V bath, with family rm.. Large comer lot with fenced in backyard. Excell. neighborhood. PRIDE OF OWNERSHIP describes this lovely spacioui 3 bdrm., l\ btth home with swimming pool. Excellent location. Call our ofHce for deUils. RANCH STYLE HOME wiUt view of Vegas Val ley. Many custom features make this home a dream come true. From its roaring brick Tireplace, ceramic Ule floors, to the open doors this home has it all, CUL-DE-SAC LOT excellent building lot Uiat features an even better view. BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME on one of thtit subdivision 11 loU wc have luted. Call for informaUon. PRESTIGIOUS GOLF COURSE LIVING custom : toiryMMK'>**' • <•' •"•• Overlooking lutftn^iJraiMy and macnincent mounUin I ———————— <88>0 OB 181 lifc LIKE TO WORK I WITH KIDS? m Need A Circulation Monagerl [for tiie Henderson Home News I iSee: Loma Kesterson 22 Woter St. Henderson Jaaict Crawford....JS-2r5 DtaaaaKMla Mi-im Rick Shea 204X6 W.R (Winnie Clark) .2SS-2MI PatShuman „ 2-4799 Diana LeMbvrg ,. ....^ ^93-279 ilune Hanaen „ aBVilM HOMES A BEAUTIFUL NEW HOME FOR CHRISTMAS!! Near the golf course 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, $72,500 Im mediate occupancy. LOVELY FAMILY HOME!! 4 bedroom, 2 bath Established neighborhood. Im mediate occupancy $76,750 OWNER TRANSFERRED!! 4 bedrooms. 2 bath fenced 5 years old Fireplace $71,500.00 NEW • 3 BEDROOMS! Family room. Woodburning fireplace $73,500. Move in today. MOBILE HOMES DOUBLE WIDE ADULTS ONLY!! $34,900 buys this near new mobile home in M&M Park Immediate possession 2 BEDROOM 12 X 60 $16,400!! This one has a 10 x 30 add-on in MAM Park Adults only A good buy Must sell 12 X 60 EXPANDO' WOULD YOU BELIEVE $13,900" 1068 Broadmore, 2 bedrooms 2 baths, in Gingerwood Immediate occupancy, adults only won't last at this price. 3TH WHEEL TRAVEL TRAILER Very good buy at $5,450. IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY!! 2 bedroom. 1 bath. AdulU only $15,400 In Gingerwood 1877 AIRSTREAM 25' Many extras • like new. Only $12,990. 24 X 44 ADULTS ONLY NEW!! Beautif\il new 2 bedroom. 2 bath mobile home in Gingerwood. $36,490. BEAUTIFUL SPUT LEVEL!! 1908 square feet. 28' X 60' On Mountain Vista Lot $98,800 14 X 70 NEW • $23,500!' Adults only 3 bedrooms • 2 baths. Posaeuion today. BUSINESS OPPORTUNmES 3 CHAUl BARBERSHOP. SALE OR LEASE!! 416 Nevada Hifbway Boulder City, Nrrada Phone 293-3232 IB TMDOMi IMwp 2f3-UlJ a3-3J47 I BEAllOS CwM to UtO Nevada Hiffhwwv, IKe OwM Brrva Graham. ToB Friary Mel Duaawt* Shirley PUlUpa .WS-1447 .3-1190 jn-Mos G.A. "Curly" Saitk Sue Broadbcnt. Lillian Collins.. Nancy Murphy Ed Harvey •rcoll... J83-1238 ...Je5-751 2n-33t2 NEW APARTMENTS APARTMENTS MGR; 631 AVE. A, APT. A B.C.... FOR INFO. CALL PHONE 878-5128 BARGAIN new exer-cycle. $45. Call 293-2220. B.C. 1974 DATSUN 710 FOR SALE Air, new tires, good mileage. $2150 Ph 565-8240 Hdn 'LICENSED CHILD CARE in my home. 585-7412. Hdn. For rent, Townsite house 2 bdrm., w to w carpeting. Stove & refrigerator Off street parking No pets 5641004 '71 Kingston w front & rear bdrms 1 \ bth Set up in park. $8300 Ph 875-4174. FOR RENT 2 bdrm apt $185 mo deposit 646 Ave BBC GARAGE SALE Thur 9 to 5 Toys, pussies, table, cliairs. sectional, trailer cooler. 1406ElsaWayB.C 293-4855 FOR SALE-16' Fiberglass boat It trailer. 75 hp Johnson. $950 Good condition. 565-6631. Hdn. $59,300 LEWIS HOME View Lot, 4 bdrm 4 yr. old, 1487 sq ft, Quiet Street. Price assumed $56,900. Mo. S293 00 Bal. $29,500. Ph. 565-6688 Hdn I AARON FENCING Free Eitimates Chain Link A Wood Fencing 20 Years Exp. I Ph. 451-8190 Hunting Dogs AKC German short hair pointers, 10 wks.. $100. 293 2511. BC i —^ NEW never used Westinghouse, heavy duty, washer and dryer, white. Can be seen any time at 615 Ave. H. BC CLTON n.CARRCTT ReaLTV misM PHONE 293-3333. Vivian Richards 293 1757 Bart Hyde 283-2144 Carol Roiich 293-4950 Elton M. Garrett .203-2839 ri54 Nvodo Hwy., Bouldr City, Ntv. EXCELLENT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY established beauty salon; 3 stations, five dryers. Good Highway location. Lease negotiable. HIGH ON THE MOUNTAIN BELOW APPRAISAL Master bedroom suite has Jacuzzi AND Tireplace. Must see to appreciate this luxury home. $115,000. RARE FIND 3 bedrooms, 2 bath home with 16 x 30 pool, plus spa. Good terms. Only $76,500. NEW LEWIS HOME 4 bedroom, 2 bath, family room. Never lived in. Priced right a"t $76,500 SPORTING GOODS business in central location, great opportunity at reasonable price NEW BUSINESS BUILDINGS for rent, 1100 sq. ft each. Excellent location. VIEW OF CITY Building lots overlook Boulder City and Eldorado Valley. Over H acre. Pricec begin at $25,000 LAKEVIEW SITES Desirable lot on Woodacrc Drive. Over 1 3 acre Only $38,500 Also. 8000 iquare foot cul-de-SK lot Priced right at $20,000 Wl HAVI mVHS WE NKD USTINOS 31 YEAIS nONfEMNO RfAl ESTATI MMMMOil CITY )

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^^^ <^'0"-tg* • ^* a ^r-^^i.-^T--r^r If < • HtHMnan MiwWtw qnj BtilcUr'citv Ntwi iMMtrCityl ThunWoy/DMtmbtr M, 1971 v^-^ wS^ETii xmi Small Ads.. Big Results! TT ••. :"'i iJ^DVERTISElS \ Your ad th Ant dayi j "in CMC as arror o-)l ^! eun. The Bottldw City) ^ Nawt viU aMuma no' |i rMponalbility afterlj F UM Ant dy of publiI jkatlon. Error claims [, IfBust be nada '''I B^iately. imBIG JOHN BLETSCH IS^ BACK It his Auto Wrecking Garage k Tow Service 1631 Foothill. B C. 2B3-ia61. 1M3 Treadle Singer Sewing Machine 6 A Money St. Ph. ^iCBTmuaMsiiv **" imOatiM aoZ. Mccll care and (OBd.. Hw paint (lilver), below blue book. make offer TSiOaST For sale: Drill Press. |1S0. Brake drum Lathe. |300. Pressure Jenny. $7S. Marquette Scope, |79. Air Jack. 1190. Gas Compresser. $229. MUST SELL See at 101 Cholla St Hdn or call 9$-7SU anytime LOOKING TO BUY A HOME IN BOULDER CITY' See Hen derson Realty ad or call aas-XMi. Receptionist for physician's office Insurance exp required. Good Salary a Beoeflts Call 73-Oi06. leave name sad phone number. MOTORHOME. 1975 Gypsy King. 20 ft. sleeps 4. Ml self contained Includes generator, awning, many extras 17900 293-2158. HELP WANTED over 21, apply in person at LILCAESAR'S PIZZERIA 1430 Nev Hwy BC FOR SALE 3 bdrm home. 2 bath, large living room, covered patio 965.000. 293 2377 B C Am. Unfurnished Fumishd Fool 730 Contor St. Hdn. 565-7512 $15,000 UNDER APPRAISAL BC Custom 4 bdrm 2H bath home on H acre soned for horses. Master bdrm has flreplace. dressing rm 4 Jacaiil. Family rm. w-wel bar 4 fireplace Country UtcbcB has built in break fast bar w-Jenn Air range. Litton dbl. Microwave oven, dishwasher, trash compactor 4 walk in pantry Home is located on Mountain setting overlooking B C 5 mi nulcs to Lake Mead. 4 30 min to Las Vega< Ap praised $130,000 Selling price: 1115,000 Call owner at 293 30M B C NATUIWAr 13llHN.I.,..iC 10% OFF TO SENIOR CITIZENS on Vitamins, minerals, proteins and capsulatad herbs only! FREE PUPPIES Lab Shepaherd 565-B272. and BRAND NEW 4 BDRM 2 STORY in Boulder City. Dininit room, family room. Tireplace. wet bar. 2S bath. RV 4 Pool sued lot 175.000 Immediate Occupancy. Owner 2934419. B C TEODVS WTCKNETTES • Jasi bring year iaMhbrsh taa-nii BLACKMOUNTAIN PLUMBING • unn-t LOW RATIS • SEWfR a DRAIN LINCS CLEANED • / FAUCETS • GARBAGE DISPOSAhS • / NEW FIXTURES INSTALLED ,' ^ coMSMSciai atiws s mat v ^^ f Omntt CONTIACTOaSUCENSI NO 10270 "i Uoyd Elliott Tom Banlleaui ^ NOW WITH 4 ^iim ROOF REPAIR Rt ROOFlN^ NEW CONSTRUaiON HOTROOf SHAKES SHINGLES TILE FREE ESTIMATES ^1620 N ROULDER HWY HENDERSON NEVADAiL N. Y I ^JIR WAWMCT3. IIUMIVIIUII Child Can Citor My 4 WiaUy Rales St. Peter's Hell, leeMer Hwy I 565.93M 15" COLOR TV, work* excell., 9120 or best offer. 293-9278. B.C. GRANDMOTHER WANTS UVI-IN JOB Babysitting light house cleaning. Private rm. Hdn. 564-2aM. umiVf IIfeOAT TOPS & COVERS EXjgiJT SERVlCEil AU.MAKE9 4 MODELS MSTANrCASN lilt 2d 3i^ Nertgage ut Tmal Dcds mm lozAi m-hm 170^56 Ash yer aelghhar. br kaaws mc. HORSE CORRALS FOR RENT IN BC 283 1821 BC T-MID eCAiriT CARi S End of Holiday Special. Uv- ing room 4 hall, $21.50.' Amway Anti-soil included Extra rooms, |$.0O each. Ph 565-7738 Hdn. \rroustical Ceilings 4 Interior 4 Exterior painting. 564-1770. THE HERI FATCH All Vitamins 20% OFF Week Only S44 Nev. Hwy., I.C. By Bud f ^Custom Canvas & Awning/ 1621 Bouldr Hwy. HI. 564-1098 BOULDER CITY. NEVADAPLANNING DIRECTOR Graduation from college, mljor in Planning or related field. Two years experience • minimum. Salary $14,002 • $17.36$ Filing cloaes January 2, 1070 For further information contact City Manager's omce, P.O. Box 367. Boulder City. Nevada 80005 or call (702) 293-4302. FOR RENT 400s.r Office, with or without enclosed Storage | Yferd Ample Parkfng, easy access to Boulder Hwy. Rent includes all utilities except phone. For information, call 564-2555 :OLOR TV-STERf C ncji ^SB • • SAL^S & SERVICHJ 2V. PACin(> 564-2870 w CAR-TBUCgJ STORAGE] ALL TYPES SUNSET SADDLERY. 21$ Sunset Rd., Hdn 504-10*7. We care what your horse wears. Guitar Leasons for BegiDDera. Will come to your hone, Ph. 564-3337 Learn to drive with Laa Vegas School of Driving/ Specialising in nervous 4 handicapped persons AU ages. Day A evening instruction. Free home picliup 733-7064 • i : flow tlNTING 8Mcas It heaallfei all-adBll Giacwweed Mehlle Park. Mmi&t carefree llvlag with eer aelar baaM awiaaalti peel Ikarafy peel. recrai||eheli sheAekaud crta,l*^^M| recreattoa. B CUSTOM UPHOLSHRY Home-Offlce-Auto-Boats '1 Antique Restoration Excellent selection of fabric. Ptt. Rod 564.2775 experienced, former college upholster) instructor TV Service y 1 >"**^' ^ i ^^ Ul WiUr ^M ^ zs aoe STARS OF TOMOtROW ARf KING BORN TODAY AT DANCE THEATRE WEST lADtESII En|Y •*• Kolideyt, •Hen Hm bock down by jotning •wr ilimnotlict cloti bfinninfl in Jonuory. PKfM Joii-Top-Cymnastics • and Ballet FOR .S.-\LE Corrals, in BC. two lots. 8 horse capacity. $2400. Also registered quarter horse. 283 14W WANTED a reasonably priced 2 to 3 acre lot to build a home Midlile aged couple with good background and living on a fixed income rt interested in doing buisincss with a private party. 451 7526 For sale Adorable Yorkie Puppies AKC Registered. 283-4005 /rar Glaaa, Birear k lumber cuto/fs Kelly's Giasa. 451 5153 Avail Jan 1 nice 3 bdrm W bth Chism Home $450. mo. 1st and last. S4S4747 COOLER COVERS Custom Convos I Awning 1628 Beuldar Hwy. 564-1098 INDIVIDUAL k CONTRACTOR CONSULTANTS. Bob O'Dell. 2130 Boulder Hwy. 56^0417 56^0516 Hdn. r ADVERTISEirs'] ilPLEASE PROOF.; I Your Id the first dkiy i I in case an error oc-{ hours. The HeodersoK'! I Home News will as-1 ^ sume no responsibil-J I ity after the first day of] I publication. Error [ JjClaims must be made,! f! jimmediately. It—-—— • $niani$a ONE NITE ONLY \ —II \ FRIDAY. DECEMBER 29TH 7 TO 9 P.M. ^ ing % EVERYTHING IN THE STORE ... •^ 50% OFF \ 'CEE JAY'S CLOTHES 1361 WYOMING, I.C. \ V • • • >^ ^ t^ 293-4444^ i^t^t^t^t^P^l^ GLAZIER NEEDED Call Kelly | Glass Co. 451-5153. REAL ESTATE UCENSEES WANHD to work in a new branch office that just opened in B C Excellent training program Excellent commission structure NewofTicew-excellent surroundings Be part of this growing company Call Henderson Realty. Inc lodai^3 3151 for an interview HELP WANTED Station attendant. Experienced. Apply at Zlkc's Hdn Texaco. Water 4 Lake Mead. Hdn INSIDE DOORS Screen door w-hdw. Your choice. $5. each. 564-164$ Hdn FRIGIDAIRE 152 cu ft. self defrost, 5 mos old $300 Call 565-0463 after 3 p m Hdn Carpet Steam Cleaning Al Nsw Truck MountBd EiMivrant Reasonable Rates Completely Safe Licensed k Insured Satisfaction Guaranteed Free Estimates • J*l FOR SALE • 1073 Pinto Station Wagon 4 sp. air. Asking $1400 8 ft blue cut velvet couch. $100 565-6304 after 3 pm ttE RICK S MARINE SERVICE Certified Mere Mech lOyrs exp Merc Volvo. Chrysler A Jets OMC 565^7096 Hdn 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 abouj it. 1000000001 NEW PACIUTY new hiring. T| aolory and b*> nofitt, iN(, IPNi, nurMs oidt, erdr|||k> CON VENTIONAL. SUPER lUY Justlistml 3BedrooaB.I%baa in Lewis Homes No 2. Larft corner lot. beautltally daeoralad home with large corervd scrtcned patio rooa laaacv' late! WILL SILL FAST CALL FOR APPOINTMENT TO SCZ TODAY 10>-21tl NEW IIWIS HOME 4 Bedroom. IH Bath raen. 2 Car Caraca PaaMly MONT SPAMSN EXKUT1VE 3 Bedroom. 9 Bath Golf course location Built for energy con scrvstioB Country kitchen • family rooia with fireplace and wet bar Largo lot, RV parking, swimming pool, block wall k much, much more SEE THIS BEAUTY! NEW CONSTRUCTION Newly cooatmctad 4 Bedroom, 2 Batk. Fireplace with heatilator Walk-la laundry Extra large naisbad garage Large coraar lot oa the prepaaed 2Bd $ Mas afgalf courae DONT WU THU ONE! OOUNOUSE New electrical, aew plumbing, completely reoietfelad in terior. with aew exterior atucco 1 Bedraea, 1 Bath borne BeaetlAil yard UNDER tM.000 00 NEWUSTMO 2 BedrsMi. I lt b.aewl y stac catd • ipgradad slwtai ar ntircncnt heae with levely yard UNDCK UROE PAMIIY HOME 2-story, 4-bedroom, 2H-bath, formal dining room. Family room and kitchen overlook large pool Priced below appraisal flENTY OP PWVAa Own your own special noaalain. this large 4 bedroom. 2bath home has a apeetacalar view from all the wiadows. Owner built for hiaaeir aad BOW moving Call for aa appoiataMat to aea. IF YOU DONT SEE YOUR HOM&.WE HAVi OTHERSI PUT IT IN THE suvniowE ONNnS 1 Beardlag GrooaUag Tralaiag I Pick Up k Delivery serviced 1040 Parkson Road CHILD CARE: Licensed home in C.T. Sewell Area., 564-2170. Television and Antenna SpodaMos of Bowlder City Custom Antennas for the most in viewing and listening pleasure. PH. 203-4076 ,. ipMtttConitruction iFREE ESTIMATES ^ REMODELING PATIO COVERS ADDITIONS DeVan Tippetu (owner) Lie No 13004 PH. 8aO05e j NnMB, algralaa, OMBM, •ilorip. atreke, aelaUea, iirkirkifirkiri SIGNS by ERTIE 565-0262 Beautif\il brand new home in Hendersn. 3 bdrm 2 bth, carport, oak cabinets k much more $37,050. Ph 456^2835 or 565^653 3 bdrm.. family rm.. covered patios, floor to ceiling brick fireplace,built inbooksbelf. upgraded carpet through out. FHA appraised at $48,650 Las Vegas Realty, Realtors 640-2338. ask for Jean or 565-6110 Christiaa man. veteran. 42, no children seeks good sited older home to rent or buy in BC 203 8544 (weekdays) 203-1700 (eves) Virgil Frederiksen. 4 BDRM.. 2 BATH CUSTOM HOME, BY GOLF COURSE. Fireplace, dining room, all electric. Irg. master bdrm., block wall. RV and pool siied lot. Auto sprinklers. Maintenance free ft'ont yard. You can rent for $550. or buy for $87,500. 203-4630 B.C. TAKE OVER PAYMENTS of $31. on Quasar color console TV. Or living rm suite • includes 3 pc. sectional, 1 end Ubie, 1 cocktail ubie and 3 lamps. Payments $60 Both have been paid on 1 yr at McMaban's in Hend. No payment til Feb. FOR SALE: Small Kitchen table and 4 chairs, $20 Portable bar, $10. Dbl. box springs and mattress, $20. Dresser, $10, Penncrest Stereo AMFM. Ph. 56&0417. For sale: Crushed Velvet couch and love seat. $150. for both. Call 5650646 after 6 pm. Dinetter Set w-6 chairs. Chairs slightly worn. $25 Ph. 5604304 For sale: Nanday Conour parrot. 1 yr. 5 mos. old. $75 or bestofTerMoving must sell. 5600136 Far rent: 3 bdrm. house. $400 mo. plus security dcp. 5654772 after 4 p.m. AUCTION SaL. Jan. 13 at 1 p.m. at the Elks Lodge, consignment Auctioneers are Sonny Vogel and Darwin Bible. CONSTRUCTION SECURITY GUARDS • $2.00 an hr. to aurt male or female, aiuat have clean record and dependable auto Uniform, furn. Older Persons wel-' come AMERICAN SECURITY 713-7100. HOUSE PLANS FOR CUSTOM HOMES • Site ptana and (tail detail dwgs to suit your needs for Owaer builder. You pick Geoeral Coatractor etcltUl moot local bldg. codes BC ED 8T0NBR • J0M100 RKA80NABLE. \fl% Corvetu, loaded, $11900 203-3340 K FOR SALE 4 barner gas range. Sears, alighUy aaed, $100 Call afUr 0 ^m. MMm.K 1M7 COUGAR, air. power steering and brakes, nias good. Needs some }ear quarter work. 203-4431. B.C. • • ^ FOR SALE BY OWNER subdivision 11, lot No. 80. $22,500. terms. Call area code 714 7288005 Fallbrook, C al., collect.. YARD WORK TRACT CLEANUP. Reasonable. 564-3745 after 5. FOR SALE -1072 Ford half ton pickup. V 8, good cond., 733-7583. aft. 6 p m. PATIOS, STEPS, COOL DECK AND REPAIR. 30 yrs exp Hourly. 456 • 1535 or 565 0306. SiWING MACHINE SPEHAL Clean, oil, adjust tensions. Only $6.05. Free pickup k delivery. 0434017 FIX UP, RE DO, Electrical. Plumbing, Carpentry, Painting, Cement Work. U-Name-It, I-Do-It! Ben DePue, Handyman. 565-7468. Hdn. WANTED Chevy Parts. Engines, transmissions, etc. Cash or trade. Kelly Glass. 451-5153. 4 —— — 3. DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS k MENDING. Also laundry k ironing service. 565^6604. Hdn. f JRttttouci ^ ANONYMOUS Tlwrsday, Daeombof 21, 1971 FOR RESUUS FREE FILM OR CASH DISCOUNT ON ALL FILMS, Prialed aad develaped al VANS NEVADA DRUG, BOULDER CITY, NV. MUST TEARFULLY part with 1 male. 6 mo. old kitten. He has had his shot. 203-2130. BC IQILUa^ MARLITE NEED RIPLACJNGJ Free Estimates. SM-tl*l Mda. FOR RENT-801.803 A 800 El Camino Way. B.C. 3 A 4 I bdrm, 2 bth Former Model Homes. Carpet, drapes, i stove, dishwasher, beauti\ fully landscaped, wall, paper. Children k pets ok. $500 k $525 Call Lewis Homes, 736-8060. "EE FILM OR CASH DISPUEUC INVfTED: ] 51 Water Stmot .< PUT TOUR BEST FACE forward with a cemptimeaUiy MART KAY FACIAL. COUNT ON ALL FILM,1'SUPER BOULDER Printed and developed al VANS NEVADA DRUG, BOULDER CITY. NV. DIAL A THOUGHT 732-0472 1976 Pontiac Firebird Silver w-white interior. Air. full power. 6 cyl. $3950. Call 564-5009. after 6 p m. EXPERIENCED" I CARPENTER I fast, work by the hour. \ Framiirg, rooms, additions, fencing, etc. 1293-1799. BC. FOR SALE elec generator, 1250 watts, 11 amps; car top carrier, boat and so forth. 2034394 WATKINS ntOOUaS AVAILAlU. Coll-5*5-4150. Hdn. REWARD!!! LOST VICINITY FAIRWAY k PACIFIC -11 mo old female mixed black Lab wearing red collar, answers to Jackson. Call 5654838 anytime. Has white spot on chest white fur on feet SAVE SAVE SAVE 3 bdr. 2 bath, dbl garage, house by owner $88,000 See at 1506 Dorothy Dr.. BC LOST: Tan baby Chihuahua. Long hair on tail and ears. Lost on Chnstmas eve. Reward. 565 7611 202 Nebraska. BEAUTICAN with following, full or part time. 65%. Call 203-2563 BC FOR SALE Mobile Home, 1 bdr 1 bath, all new appliances, full awnings, storage shed. Must sell, $4500 203-3480 Evenings. BC BttkReahy REALTOR 113W.UblMDr. Hndrsen S64-1553 S ACIES ZONED RE $35,000. SACKS ZONED RE $40,000 2 ACMS ZONU C-) Utilities available.' Corner Lake Mead Dr. A Parkyjew St C-2 STORE, office, abop and storage. Leoac. WmHMTONWI tasawiod wat VILLA '>EL PRADO HOME with a coxy fireplace, heated pool with Jacuzzi, plus sauna off master bath, auto, sprinklers, garage door opener, upgraded throughout, this is a beautitu\ home within a choice location Eves. Call Buddy, 4514664. 18T7 FORD RANGER 150 PU. Auto., air, P-S. $4880. Call ^ FranUe Newman. 385-2282. MOTEL ROOMS k KITCHENETTES Color TVs. Utilities and Linens. WEEKLY Ph. Yolanda. 461-2445 DRIVER'S LICENSE TESTS .ruesday and Wednesday.8:4$ am to 12 Boan • I pm ta 4:15 pa. City annex Civic Center 200 Water Street Room 6 CLEANING LADY NEEDED Wed., Fri. evening hours, part time. SUPERIOR BUILDING MAINTENANCE 385-3012. J40 YEARS EXPERIENCE;! ^TRIMMINtJ AND REMOVING: B JTREES. Serving Henderson* • afet 203-2115. I jipn* MCOIATINOSitV^I paiatiag • wall papei{• • iftoflor clw1or.^ RAimS6157 Bonded A licensed '€biffpTete Glass %nric^ 5700 Botilder Highway • 24 Hr. Service / MEBDi'NG BABYSITTING JOBS $25 wk. Care ia my 'hom(u Call between llhA Sc 56Mr08 ~7 For rent: 1, 2, A 3 bdrm. trailers $30 to $60 vk. Call 5657763 or 966 • 7141 Hdn. SHAKLEE raODUCTS Virginia E. Sean I Aatherted Distribator SM-UHMa. \re11 CaUlJa Yea! PAINTER • inlerler. exterior, 1$ years esperleaee. For bee estimate, call 30641$0. MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT • 1.243 bdrm furn. er vafura Head Trir Haven S4S6t40. kggnnmgtii.0itAf BOULOH ELEaRIC bonded, inaured. I Lie No. 15187. > ^Call 203-1007 or 293-4800 < Licensed ^ 24 X 60 NEW MOBILE HOME. Set up in Gingerwood. Has circle kitchen, side by side refrigerator, a-c, skirting, awnings, porch. Call Mobile. Home Show, 457-9410. GARCIA CONCRETE CONTRACTOR License 15333 Bonded S6^9928 i0***fl •••• • ••••••• MONASTERY FURNITURE FOR SALE. Also Butcher Block Table. Ph. 564-5019 Hdn. GARAGESALE-lOamtoSpm. 1401 Gloria Lane. BC FOR SALE all carpeted, 10 x 44, 1 bdr. Mobile home, in BC ideal for 1 or 2 people. $5500 293 4229. HIGHLAND HILLS HENDERSON 4 bdrm W bath, gorgeous pool A 2 car garage $66,900. Pat Ferris A Assoc REALTORS. 305-2121 JM268. NEED TO SEU YOUR HOUSE? WE WIU BUY IT NOW! C(Uil 293-1613 G.A. "CufV' SmifS, Inc. — UNIT 2 — COMING SOON m. S6J-I99 MM Coi^ck rdaUs p((j aflbnlabJe omes SEWING MACHINE INSTRUCTION.S Need help with operation of your Sewing Machine? Com piete Instructions in your home Only $8.96. 643-0817. VACUUM CLEANER SALE From $2995 Rebuilt 1 year ijuarantee. SORENSEN'S SEWING CENTER 509 Ave C 293 3770 FOR RENT 3 bdrm 2 bath house, central air. dishwa.sher. 1 yr old. $450 per month 293 3203 B C 3 bdrm., 2 bath home. Family room, carpet, dra'pes. Corner lot '$74,500 By owner 293-5130 HOSPTFAL BED FOR SALE. Set includes bed. bedside table A overbed Ubie $85. Good condition. You haal Items not sold separately. St Rose de Lima Hoap. 564^2622, ext 202. Hdn. NEW MODELS! Set up in Gingerwood Park. 14 X 70.2 bath, garden tubs, AC. skirting A awnings Mobile Home Show. 457 0410 SAND, GRAVEL, TOP SOIL A LANDSCAPE ROCK. Call 20$-tllS. BC FOR SALE 22 WELLCRAFT BOAT. Deep V. 210 HP I.Odepth Tinder, ski equipmient and tandem trailer. Excellent rend. Call after 5 p.m. anytime 00 weekends. 203-4681 BC For rent: 2 bdrm trailer. Fenced yard. $200 mo Ist A last. Ph. 565-7556 1959 CHE V. CAMARO mon PU 327, V-6. auto., bucket seats, real sharp $2750 293-4950. BC FOR RENT 1 bdrm Duplex furnished. Central heat Water paid. $220. mo. 293-2670 BC TAKE A SWIM 3 bdr, 1800 sq. ft landscaped home for $88,000 in BC Call 293^688 BC FOR SALE • 120 bass, black and white accordian. paid $900. will sell for $400.; imitation mink, long coat, size 10-12, Beautiful. $100.; Sears portable sewing machine, like new, $50. Call 293-4229 BC V*o*ooocHioeoe* WILL HOUSE CLEAN OR BABYSIT • references. Call 293^528 EC REWARD: Lost in Hdn. "Tank" Large 3 yr. old neutered male dog whip replacement. Black body, white muzzle chest and paws, light brown legs. 2 brown spots above eyes. Resembles small St. Bernard. 564-5539 alter 5 p.m. • HOMES • ACREAGE • COMMEtCIAl ^0W7>^ ^^ALT* 125 W. LAKE MEAD DR. HENDERSON, NEVADA REALTORS 565-8947 p wMt g i ra i g it s at ss i tawgiti Bob Oben Realty & Insurance Inc. Im XeodwwMLS J^J^ 6 Waler Sf., Hendti Mi-IMJL 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 1^ BATH LARGE YARD Large country style kitchen with enlarged bedroom, wardrobes, lots of storage and additional laundry room with many built ins and walk -in pantry J8X10 storage large fenced yard, with rear and side entrance. Only $45,000. LARGE TRAILER ESTATES LOT with 4 Br l^ Bath remodelled and very neat and clean 197126X58 Double Expando Trailer All newly carpeted Very sharp. Added workshop and Laundry plus storage shed. Total only $30,000. Owner will carry part of financing. LOVELY VALLEY VIEW 3 Br. home with lots of improvements, including large covered patio, completely fenced yard, 10 x 18 Dining room, range dryer, dishwasher, garbage disposal all included in price. Carport accomodates four vehicles Very Nice. See to appreciate. ENJOY CHRISTMAS WITH A BEAUTIFUL FIREP LACE This 4 br. 2 fUll baths I$'x22' Living room with brick fireplace covering one entire wall, built in t>ookcases. 6x8 Entry foyer giving access to several rooms of home, excellent floor planning for the larger home Large country style kitchen, plus walk in storage 18x18 Workshop. This is a super home with over 2087 sq ft. of good living. Only $50,000. 2 BR. 1 BATH WATER ST PROPERTY Business zoned. Presently rented. Call for appointment only. Tenant not to be diaturbed. 3 BR PLUS DEN 1^ Bath Valley View with garage, 24x33 Patio, fenced, addn'l storage Lots ofextras. Almost immediate possession. Owner Traaaferred. ACRE OF LAND ONLY $14,000 This won't last long 1 acre in Sect 10 Ready to build. Several Parcels of 1 Acre and 2H Acres in Section 4-High on the Hill with a gorgeous View. Call for deUils. .^04-2772 .J65442S AFTER HOURS CALL JKANNI A. OLSBN DE MARCO-BROKER PBTIR J OLSEN. SALESMAN VIRGIL McUNNIY, SALCSMAN JANIT SHAW, SALESMAN LORIN WILLIAMS, SALESMAN PAULINE -TINA" WILLIAMS, SALESMAN MICHAEL P. • BltCEMBYBR-SALESMAN„ ISMVMO THi IWMMMOW AMA fOl11im(^ JEANNt A. QLSEN DEMARCO. BROKER M.\GNinCENT POSSESSION On artf^illy manicured grounds. You will enjoy a pic turesque view of the Black Mountain Golf Course This home is completely decorated with the Tinest of furnishings. Custom 2 or 3 bedroom. 2^ bath home with plush 100% wool carpeting, fireplace, custom kitchen with deluxe appliances For more.informatlon call 565-8047 or evenings 565-6897. NO QUALIFYING! Clean family home, three bedrooms, 2 bath with large fenced yard and stove, reft'igerator and diposal. Conveniently located to schools and shopping Eves call 565-6897. PRICED AT APPRAISAL Boulder City beauty on H acre with lovely mountain view Four t>edrooms, family room, wet bar and two fireplaces. Jacuzzi in master bath Double garage Topqual ity custom home Call today Eves call 293-5462 THINKING OF RETIRING? This two t>edroom would be perfect. Mature landscaping, detached garage, large covered patio and range, refrigerator, drapes and carpets are included in the price of $41,500 Call 565-8047 or eves. 565-9453 for appoint ment to see. FAST NEARING COMPLETION Quality constructed and beautif\illy finished by Rij;by Construction. These 3 A 4 bedroom homes offer ever\' amenity: 2,000 feet of living area, microwave ovens and trash compactors, atoomatic garage door and much more all at very reasonable prices. Call today at 565-0047 or evenings at 564-3208 HAPPINESS IS A WARM PUPPY! Or maybe a new home that gives that same cozy feel ing This 1,K0 square foot, family-planned home offers 3 bedrooms. 2 f\ill baths, huge pantry, inside laundry room and a ftilly finished two car garage Imagine the serenity seated In your family room nursing that first cup of fresh coffee watching the morning sun breaking over the adjacent foothills gorgeous! Call to see this beauty at 565-8047 or evenings at 564-3206. BELIEVE IT OR NOT' Over 1000 sq. ft. of custom-built home for only $50,000 This 4 bedroom. W bath home offers a living family room with lovely fireplace, big kitchen with dining area. completely fenced yard with fruit trees and sprinklers. 12x31 covered patio and more Such a value won't last long. Sec today by calling 56^8047 or 564-320$evenings LIKE NEW! Two years old and still like new Four bedrooms, 2 baths, nicely landscaped yard with beautiful free-form pool, wet bar. lovely earthtone carpet, range, automatic sprinklers and much more Evenings call 504-2332 BUILDABLE NOW! 5 acres in desirable Section 4 with beautiful! view of entire valley. Evenings call 565-6807. 5 ACRES in Pahrump' Priced at $11,500 with good terms. Beautifkil homes in the area or you can live in a Trailer. Evenings call 569-0453 CAU101 IMOIMAnON ON COMMiiaAL raOKITY ON lOUlOII NIONWAY. CAU FOR INFORMATION ON OUR NEW IRAQ Of YOUNO AMiRICAN HOMES IN HENDERSON IN HACK MOUNTAIN ARIA. fRKZO FROM $39,9S0 to$4t,9S0. FNA AND VA FmANONO AVAUAUE. OfiN 7 DAYS A WEEK Vivian Erickson, Broker. Kathcnne Mitchell Jetry Bergemcycr Diane Barlow. James Smalley. Travis Johnson. John Woodruff.. BLACK MOUNTAIN REALTY MULTIPLE USTING SERVICE HENDERSON, NEVADA :~ 107-A WATER STREET INSIDE VALLEY BANK BLDG. ASK ABOUT OUR BUYER PROTECTKMI PLAN. —RESIDENTIAL— 1 YE.\R WARRANTY ON THIS 3 BEDROOM. 1 BATH UPGRADED HOME ON A QUIET CUL-DE-SAC. 2 BDRM. CONDO Perfect for starter home or small family. New carpet and neat as a pin. VALLEY VIEW 4 bdrm.. 2 bath on quiet cul-de-sac in Valley View. Neat and clean — Close to Schools. HKHLAND HIUS BEAUTY You must see to appreciate this lovely home in HighlAnd Hills. It is immaculate inside and out with a raised deck that offers a panoramic view of the entire Valley. LOOKING FOR AN ACRE? You must see this Mission Hills Lot zoned for; lones. Beautiful lot includes a 3 bedroom. 2 bath home with a fireplace for country living. Perfect for the family that needs room for Mom, Dad, the kids, horses and the peU. BY APPOINTMENT —UND USTINGS— Black Mountain Golf Course Lots Boulder Highway FronUge Several R-4 Pieces. 2W and 3v acre Lots Close to High School. 1 Acre Mission Hills 74 Acres in Paradise Hills Building Ut % Acre Area of Vo-Tech. ^4 Acre in Brianhead, Utah. BUCK MOUNTAM REALTYSM-2727 INSIDE THE VAUEY BANK BIDO. RICHARD STEWART „ REALTOR DICK STEWART REALTOR OPEN 8:30-5:30 WEEKDAYS ... 9:004:00 SATURDAYS AFTER HOURS CALL: JOAN COOPER 564-1383 BETTY STEWART 564-2447 GENE BAIRD 564-2144 PAUL SULUVAN 564-1867. DORA WAGNER 565^)688 LARRY WIEDER ^..^-..^..^^.u56&-i064 KEN PROCTOR „_ MM3a6 r DIANA DOWNEY _...— SaMTTl PAMALYN PETERSON ^ m-im JACKIE WILUAMS S6M03B ULTIPLE USTING COMPUTOR SERVICE 4 R£ATION SERVICE AVAILABLE i

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^^^ <^'0"-tg* • ^* a ^r-^^i.-^T--r^r If < • HtHMnan MiwWtw qnj BtilcUr'citv Ntwi iMMtrCityl ThunWoy/DMtmbtr M, 1971 v^-^ wS^ETii xmi Small Ads.. Big Results! TT ••. :"'i iJ^DVERTISElS \ Your ad th Ant dayi j "in CMC as arror o-)l ^! eun. The Bottldw City) ^ Nawt viU aMuma no' |i rMponalbility afterlj F UM Ant dy of publiI jkatlon. Error claims [, IfBust be nada '''I B^iately. imBIG JOHN BLETSCH IS^ BACK It his Auto Wrecking Garage k Tow Service 1631 Foothill. B C. 2B3-ia61. 1M3 Treadle Singer Sewing Machine 6 A Money St. Ph. ^iCBTmuaMsiiv **" imOatiM aoZ. Mccll care and (OBd.. Hw paint (lilver), below blue book. make offer TSiOaST For sale: Drill Press. |1S0. Brake drum Lathe. |300. Pressure Jenny. $7S. Marquette Scope, |79. Air Jack. 1190. Gas Compresser. $229. MUST SELL See at 101 Cholla St Hdn or call 9$-7SU anytime LOOKING TO BUY A HOME IN BOULDER CITY' See Hen derson Realty ad or call aas-XMi. Receptionist for physician's office Insurance exp required. Good Salary a Beoeflts Call 73-Oi06. leave name sad phone number. MOTORHOME. 1975 Gypsy King. 20 ft. sleeps 4. Ml self contained Includes generator, awning, many extras 17900 293-2158. HELP WANTED over 21, apply in person at LILCAESAR'S PIZZERIA 1430 Nev Hwy BC FOR SALE 3 bdrm home. 2 bath, large living room, covered patio 965.000. 293 2377 B C Am. Unfurnished Fumishd Fool 730 Contor St. Hdn. 565-7512 $15,000 UNDER APPRAISAL BC Custom 4 bdrm 2H bath home on H acre soned for horses. Master bdrm has flreplace. dressing rm 4 Jacaiil. Family rm. w-wel bar 4 fireplace Country UtcbcB has built in break fast bar w-Jenn Air range. Litton dbl. Microwave oven, dishwasher, trash compactor 4 walk in pantry Home is located on Mountain setting overlooking B C 5 mi nulcs to Lake Mead. 4 30 min to Las Vega< Ap praised $130,000 Selling price: 1115,000 Call owner at 293 30M B C NATUIWAr 13llHN.I.,..iC 10% OFF TO SENIOR CITIZENS on Vitamins, minerals, proteins and capsulatad herbs only! FREE PUPPIES Lab Shepaherd 565-B272. and BRAND NEW 4 BDRM 2 STORY in Boulder City. Dininit room, family room. Tireplace. wet bar. 2S bath. RV 4 Pool sued lot 175.000 Immediate Occupancy. Owner 2934419. B C TEODVS WTCKNETTES • Jasi bring year iaMhbrsh taa-nii BLACKMOUNTAIN PLUMBING • unn-t LOW RATIS • SEWfR a DRAIN LINCS CLEANED • / FAUCETS • GARBAGE DISPOSAhS • / NEW FIXTURES INSTALLED ,' ^ coMSMSciai atiws s mat v ^^ f Omntt CONTIACTOaSUCENSI NO 10270 "i Uoyd Elliott Tom Banlleaui ^ NOW WITH 4 ^iim ROOF REPAIR Rt ROOFlN^ NEW CONSTRUaiON HOTROOf SHAKES SHINGLES TILE FREE ESTIMATES ^1620 N ROULDER HWY HENDERSON NEVADAiL N. Y I ^JIR WAWMCT3. IIUMIVIIUII Child Can Citor My 4 WiaUy Rales St. Peter's Hell, leeMer Hwy I 565.93M 15" COLOR TV, work* excell., 9120 or best offer. 293-9278. B.C. GRANDMOTHER WANTS UVI-IN JOB Babysitting light house cleaning. Private rm. Hdn. 564-2aM. umiVf IIfeOAT TOPS & COVERS EXjgiJT SERVlCEil AU.MAKE9 4 MODELS MSTANrCASN lilt 2d 3i^ Nertgage ut Tmal Dcds mm lozAi m-hm 170^56 Ash yer aelghhar. br kaaws mc. HORSE CORRALS FOR RENT IN BC 283 1821 BC T-MID eCAiriT CARi S End of Holiday Special. Uv- ing room 4 hall, $21.50.' Amway Anti-soil included Extra rooms, |$.0O each. Ph 565-7738 Hdn. \rroustical Ceilings 4 Interior 4 Exterior painting. 564-1770. THE HERI FATCH All Vitamins 20% OFF Week Only S44 Nev. Hwy., I.C. By Bud f ^Custom Canvas & Awning/ 1621 Bouldr Hwy. HI. 564-1098 BOULDER CITY. NEVADAPLANNING DIRECTOR Graduation from college, mljor in Planning or related field. Two years experience • minimum. Salary $14,002 • $17.36$ Filing cloaes January 2, 1070 For further information contact City Manager's omce, P.O. Box 367. Boulder City. Nevada 80005 or call (702) 293-4302. FOR RENT 400s.r Office, with or without enclosed Storage | Yferd Ample Parkfng, easy access to Boulder Hwy. Rent includes all utilities except phone. For information, call 564-2555 :OLOR TV-STERf C ncji ^SB • • SAL^S & SERVICHJ 2V. PACin(> 564-2870 w CAR-TBUCgJ STORAGE] ALL TYPES SUNSET SADDLERY. 21$ Sunset Rd., Hdn 504-10*7. We care what your horse wears. Guitar Leasons for BegiDDera. Will come to your hone, Ph. 564-3337 Learn to drive with Laa Vegas School of Driving/ Specialising in nervous 4 handicapped persons AU ages. Day A evening instruction. Free home picliup 733-7064 • i : flow tlNTING 8Mcas It heaallfei all-adBll Giacwweed Mehlle Park. Mmi&t carefree llvlag with eer aelar baaM awiaaalti peel Ikarafy peel. recrai||eheli sheAekaud crta,l*^^M| recreattoa. B CUSTOM UPHOLSHRY Home-Offlce-Auto-Boats '1 Antique Restoration Excellent selection of fabric. Ptt. Rod 564.2775 experienced, former college upholster) instructor TV Service y 1 >"**^' ^ i ^^ Ul WiUr ^M ^ zs aoe STARS OF TOMOtROW ARf KING BORN TODAY AT DANCE THEATRE WEST lADtESII En|Y •*• Kolideyt, •Hen Hm bock down by jotning •wr ilimnotlict cloti bfinninfl in Jonuory. PKfM Joii-Top-Cymnastics • and Ballet FOR .S.-\LE Corrals, in BC. two lots. 8 horse capacity. $2400. Also registered quarter horse. 283 14W WANTED a reasonably priced 2 to 3 acre lot to build a home Midlile aged couple with good background and living on a fixed income rt interested in doing buisincss with a private party. 451 7526 For sale Adorable Yorkie Puppies AKC Registered. 283-4005 /rar Glaaa, Birear k lumber cuto/fs Kelly's Giasa. 451 5153 Avail Jan 1 nice 3 bdrm W bth Chism Home $450. mo. 1st and last. S4S4747 COOLER COVERS Custom Convos I Awning 1628 Beuldar Hwy. 564-1098 INDIVIDUAL k CONTRACTOR CONSULTANTS. Bob O'Dell. 2130 Boulder Hwy. 56^0417 56^0516 Hdn. r ADVERTISEirs'] ilPLEASE PROOF.; I Your Id the first dkiy i I in case an error oc-{ hours. The HeodersoK'! I Home News will as-1 ^ sume no responsibil-J I ity after the first day of] I publication. Error [ JjClaims must be made,! f! jimmediately. It—-—— • $niani$a ONE NITE ONLY \ —II \ FRIDAY. DECEMBER 29TH 7 TO 9 P.M. ^ ing % EVERYTHING IN THE STORE ... •^ 50% OFF \ 'CEE JAY'S CLOTHES 1361 WYOMING, I.C. \ V • • • >^ ^ t^ 293-4444^ i^t^t^t^t^P^l^ GLAZIER NEEDED Call Kelly | Glass Co. 451-5153. REAL ESTATE UCENSEES WANHD to work in a new branch office that just opened in B C Excellent training program Excellent commission structure NewofTicew-excellent surroundings Be part of this growing company Call Henderson Realty. Inc lodai^3 3151 for an interview HELP WANTED Station attendant. Experienced. Apply at Zlkc's Hdn Texaco. Water 4 Lake Mead. Hdn INSIDE DOORS Screen door w-hdw. Your choice. $5. each. 564-164$ Hdn FRIGIDAIRE 152 cu ft. self defrost, 5 mos old $300 Call 565-0463 after 3 p m Hdn Carpet Steam Cleaning Al Nsw Truck MountBd EiMivrant Reasonable Rates Completely Safe Licensed k Insured Satisfaction Guaranteed Free Estimates • J*l FOR SALE • 1073 Pinto Station Wagon 4 sp. air. Asking $1400 8 ft blue cut velvet couch. $100 565-6304 after 3 pm ttE RICK S MARINE SERVICE Certified Mere Mech lOyrs exp Merc Volvo. Chrysler A Jets OMC 565^7096 Hdn 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 abouj it. 1000000001 NEW PACIUTY new hiring. T| aolory and b*> nofitt, iN(, IPNi, nurMs oidt, erdr|||k> CON VENTIONAL. SUPER lUY Justlistml 3BedrooaB.I%baa in Lewis Homes No 2. Larft corner lot. beautltally daeoralad home with large corervd scrtcned patio rooa laaacv' late! WILL SILL FAST CALL FOR APPOINTMENT TO SCZ TODAY 10>-21tl NEW IIWIS HOME 4 Bedroom. IH Bath raen. 2 Car Caraca PaaMly MONT SPAMSN EXKUT1VE 3 Bedroom. 9 Bath Golf course location Built for energy con scrvstioB Country kitchen • family rooia with fireplace and wet bar Largo lot, RV parking, swimming pool, block wall k much, much more SEE THIS BEAUTY! NEW CONSTRUCTION Newly cooatmctad 4 Bedroom, 2 Batk. Fireplace with heatilator Walk-la laundry Extra large naisbad garage Large coraar lot oa the prepaaed 2Bd $ Mas afgalf courae DONT WU THU ONE! OOUNOUSE New electrical, aew plumbing, completely reoietfelad in terior. with aew exterior atucco 1 Bedraea, 1 Bath borne BeaetlAil yard UNDER tM.000 00 NEWUSTMO 2 BedrsMi. I lt b.aewl y stac catd • ipgradad slwtai ar ntircncnt heae with levely yard UNDCK UROE PAMIIY HOME 2-story, 4-bedroom, 2H-bath, formal dining room. Family room and kitchen overlook large pool Priced below appraisal flENTY OP PWVAa Own your own special noaalain. this large 4 bedroom. 2bath home has a apeetacalar view from all the wiadows. Owner built for hiaaeir aad BOW moving Call for aa appoiataMat to aea. IF YOU DONT SEE YOUR HOM&.WE HAVi OTHERSI PUT IT IN THE suvniowE ONNnS 1 Beardlag GrooaUag Tralaiag I Pick Up k Delivery serviced 1040 Parkson Road CHILD CARE: Licensed home in C.T. Sewell Area., 564-2170. Television and Antenna SpodaMos of Bowlder City Custom Antennas for the most in viewing and listening pleasure. PH. 203-4076 ,. ipMtttConitruction iFREE ESTIMATES ^ REMODELING PATIO COVERS ADDITIONS DeVan Tippetu (owner) Lie No 13004 PH. 8aO05e j NnMB, algralaa, OMBM, •ilorip. atreke, aelaUea, iirkirkifirkiri SIGNS by ERTIE 565-0262 Beautif\il brand new home in Hendersn. 3 bdrm 2 bth, carport, oak cabinets k much more $37,050. Ph 456^2835 or 565^653 3 bdrm.. family rm.. covered patios, floor to ceiling brick fireplace,built inbooksbelf. upgraded carpet through out. FHA appraised at $48,650 Las Vegas Realty, Realtors 640-2338. ask for Jean or 565-6110 Christiaa man. veteran. 42, no children seeks good sited older home to rent or buy in BC 203 8544 (weekdays) 203-1700 (eves) Virgil Frederiksen. 4 BDRM.. 2 BATH CUSTOM HOME, BY GOLF COURSE. Fireplace, dining room, all electric. Irg. master bdrm., block wall. RV and pool siied lot. Auto sprinklers. Maintenance free ft'ont yard. You can rent for $550. or buy for $87,500. 203-4630 B.C. TAKE OVER PAYMENTS of $31. on Quasar color console TV. Or living rm suite • includes 3 pc. sectional, 1 end Ubie, 1 cocktail ubie and 3 lamps. Payments $60 Both have been paid on 1 yr at McMaban's in Hend. No payment til Feb. FOR SALE: Small Kitchen table and 4 chairs, $20 Portable bar, $10. Dbl. box springs and mattress, $20. Dresser, $10, Penncrest Stereo AMFM. Ph. 56&0417. For sale: Crushed Velvet couch and love seat. $150. for both. Call 5650646 after 6 pm. Dinetter Set w-6 chairs. Chairs slightly worn. $25 Ph. 5604304 For sale: Nanday Conour parrot. 1 yr. 5 mos. old. $75 or bestofTerMoving must sell. 5600136 Far rent: 3 bdrm. house. $400 mo. plus security dcp. 5654772 after 4 p.m. AUCTION SaL. Jan. 13 at 1 p.m. at the Elks Lodge, consignment Auctioneers are Sonny Vogel and Darwin Bible. CONSTRUCTION SECURITY GUARDS • $2.00 an hr. to aurt male or female, aiuat have clean record and dependable auto Uniform, furn. Older Persons wel-' come AMERICAN SECURITY 713-7100. HOUSE PLANS FOR CUSTOM HOMES • Site ptana and (tail detail dwgs to suit your needs for Owaer builder. You pick Geoeral Coatractor etcltUl moot local bldg. codes BC ED 8T0NBR • J0M100 RKA80NABLE. \fl% Corvetu, loaded, $11900 203-3340 K FOR SALE 4 barner gas range. Sears, alighUy aaed, $100 Call afUr 0 ^m. MMm.K 1M7 COUGAR, air. power steering and brakes, nias good. Needs some }ear quarter work. 203-4431. B.C. • • ^ FOR SALE BY OWNER subdivision 11, lot No. 80. $22,500. terms. Call area code 714 7288005 Fallbrook, C al., collect.. YARD WORK TRACT CLEANUP. Reasonable. 564-3745 after 5. FOR SALE -1072 Ford half ton pickup. V 8, good cond., 733-7583. aft. 6 p m. PATIOS, STEPS, COOL DECK AND REPAIR. 30 yrs exp Hourly. 456 • 1535 or 565 0306. SiWING MACHINE SPEHAL Clean, oil, adjust tensions. Only $6.05. Free pickup k delivery. 0434017 FIX UP, RE DO, Electrical. Plumbing, Carpentry, Painting, Cement Work. U-Name-It, I-Do-It! Ben DePue, Handyman. 565-7468. Hdn. WANTED Chevy Parts. Engines, transmissions, etc. Cash or trade. Kelly Glass. 451-5153. 4 —— — 3. DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS k MENDING. Also laundry k ironing service. 565^6604. Hdn. f JRttttouci ^ ANONYMOUS Tlwrsday, Daeombof 21, 1971 FOR RESUUS FREE FILM OR CASH DISCOUNT ON ALL FILMS, Prialed aad develaped al VANS NEVADA DRUG, BOULDER CITY, NV. MUST TEARFULLY part with 1 male. 6 mo. old kitten. He has had his shot. 203-2130. BC IQILUa^ MARLITE NEED RIPLACJNGJ Free Estimates. SM-tl*l Mda. FOR RENT-801.803 A 800 El Camino Way. B.C. 3 A 4 I bdrm, 2 bth Former Model Homes. Carpet, drapes, i stove, dishwasher, beauti\ fully landscaped, wall, paper. Children k pets ok. $500 k $525 Call Lewis Homes, 736-8060. "EE FILM OR CASH DISPUEUC INVfTED: ] 51 Water Stmot .< PUT TOUR BEST FACE forward with a cemptimeaUiy MART KAY FACIAL. COUNT ON ALL FILM,1'SUPER BOULDER Printed and developed al VANS NEVADA DRUG, BOULDER CITY. NV. DIAL A THOUGHT 732-0472 1976 Pontiac Firebird Silver w-white interior. Air. full power. 6 cyl. $3950. Call 564-5009. after 6 p m. EXPERIENCED" I CARPENTER I fast, work by the hour. \ Framiirg, rooms, additions, fencing, etc. 1293-1799. BC. FOR SALE elec generator, 1250 watts, 11 amps; car top carrier, boat and so forth. 2034394 WATKINS ntOOUaS AVAILAlU. Coll-5*5-4150. Hdn. REWARD!!! LOST VICINITY FAIRWAY k PACIFIC -11 mo old female mixed black Lab wearing red collar, answers to Jackson. Call 5654838 anytime. Has white spot on chest white fur on feet SAVE SAVE SAVE 3 bdr. 2 bath, dbl garage, house by owner $88,000 See at 1506 Dorothy Dr.. BC LOST: Tan baby Chihuahua. Long hair on tail and ears. Lost on Chnstmas eve. Reward. 565 7611 202 Nebraska. BEAUTICAN with following, full or part time. 65%. Call 203-2563 BC FOR SALE Mobile Home, 1 bdr 1 bath, all new appliances, full awnings, storage shed. Must sell, $4500 203-3480 Evenings. BC BttkReahy REALTOR 113W.UblMDr. Hndrsen S64-1553 S ACIES ZONED RE $35,000. SACKS ZONED RE $40,000 2 ACMS ZONU C-) Utilities available.' Corner Lake Mead Dr. A Parkyjew St C-2 STORE, office, abop and storage. Leoac. WmHMTONWI tasawiod wat VILLA '>EL PRADO HOME with a coxy fireplace, heated pool with Jacuzzi, plus sauna off master bath, auto, sprinklers, garage door opener, upgraded throughout, this is a beautitu\ home within a choice location Eves. Call Buddy, 4514664. 18T7 FORD RANGER 150 PU. Auto., air, P-S. $4880. Call ^ FranUe Newman. 385-2282. MOTEL ROOMS k KITCHENETTES Color TVs. Utilities and Linens. WEEKLY Ph. Yolanda. 461-2445 DRIVER'S LICENSE TESTS .ruesday and Wednesday.8:4$ am to 12 Boan • I pm ta 4:15 pa. City annex Civic Center 200 Water Street Room 6 CLEANING LADY NEEDED Wed., Fri. evening hours, part time. SUPERIOR BUILDING MAINTENANCE 385-3012. J40 YEARS EXPERIENCE;! ^TRIMMINtJ AND REMOVING: B JTREES. Serving Henderson* • afet 203-2115. I jipn* MCOIATINOSitV^I paiatiag • wall papei{• • iftoflor clw1or.^ RAimS6157 Bonded A licensed '€biffpTete Glass %nric^ 5700 Botilder Highway • 24 Hr. Service / MEBDi'NG BABYSITTING JOBS $25 wk. Care ia my 'hom(u Call between llhA Sc 56Mr08 ~7 For rent: 1, 2, A 3 bdrm. trailers $30 to $60 vk. Call 5657763 or 966 • 7141 Hdn. SHAKLEE raODUCTS Virginia E. Sean I Aatherted Distribator SM-UHMa. \re11 CaUlJa Yea! PAINTER • inlerler. exterior, 1$ years esperleaee. For bee estimate, call 30641$0. MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT • 1.243 bdrm furn. er vafura Head Trir Haven S4S6t40. kggnnmgtii.0itAf BOULOH ELEaRIC bonded, inaured. I Lie No. 15187. > ^Call 203-1007 or 293-4800 < Licensed ^ 24 X 60 NEW MOBILE HOME. Set up in Gingerwood. Has circle kitchen, side by side refrigerator, a-c, skirting, awnings, porch. Call Mobile. Home Show, 457-9410. GARCIA CONCRETE CONTRACTOR License 15333 Bonded S6^9928 i0***fl •••• • ••••••• MONASTERY FURNITURE FOR SALE. Also Butcher Block Table. Ph. 564-5019 Hdn. GARAGESALE-lOamtoSpm. 1401 Gloria Lane. BC FOR SALE all carpeted, 10 x 44, 1 bdr. Mobile home, in BC ideal for 1 or 2 people. $5500 293 4229. HIGHLAND HILLS HENDERSON 4 bdrm W bath, gorgeous pool A 2 car garage $66,900. Pat Ferris A Assoc REALTORS. 305-2121 JM268. NEED TO SEU YOUR HOUSE? WE WIU BUY IT NOW! C(Uil 293-1613 G.A. "CufV' SmifS, Inc. — UNIT 2 — COMING SOON m. S6J-I99 MM Coi^ck rdaUs p((j aflbnlabJe omes SEWING MACHINE INSTRUCTION.S Need help with operation of your Sewing Machine? Com piete Instructions in your home Only $8.96. 643-0817. VACUUM CLEANER SALE From $2995 Rebuilt 1 year ijuarantee. SORENSEN'S SEWING CENTER 509 Ave C 293 3770 FOR RENT 3 bdrm 2 bath house, central air. dishwa.sher. 1 yr old. $450 per month 293 3203 B C 3 bdrm., 2 bath home. Family room, carpet, dra'pes. Corner lot '$74,500 By owner 293-5130 HOSPTFAL BED FOR SALE. Set includes bed. bedside table A overbed Ubie $85. Good condition. You haal Items not sold separately. St Rose de Lima Hoap. 564^2622, ext 202. Hdn. NEW MODELS! Set up in Gingerwood Park. 14 X 70.2 bath, garden tubs, AC. skirting A awnings Mobile Home Show. 457 0410 SAND, GRAVEL, TOP SOIL A LANDSCAPE ROCK. Call 20$-tllS. BC FOR SALE 22 WELLCRAFT BOAT. Deep V. 210 HP I.Odepth Tinder, ski equipmient and tandem trailer. Excellent rend. Call after 5 p.m. anytime 00 weekends. 203-4681 BC For rent: 2 bdrm trailer. Fenced yard. $200 mo Ist A last. Ph. 565-7556 1959 CHE V. CAMARO mon PU 327, V-6. auto., bucket seats, real sharp $2750 293-4950. BC FOR RENT 1 bdrm Duplex furnished. Central heat Water paid. $220. mo. 293-2670 BC TAKE A SWIM 3 bdr, 1800 sq. ft landscaped home for $88,000 in BC Call 293^688 BC FOR SALE • 120 bass, black and white accordian. paid $900. will sell for $400.; imitation mink, long coat, size 10-12, Beautiful. $100.; Sears portable sewing machine, like new, $50. Call 293-4229 BC V*o*ooocHioeoe* WILL HOUSE CLEAN OR BABYSIT • references. Call 293^528 EC REWARD: Lost in Hdn. "Tank" Large 3 yr. old neutered male dog whip replacement. Black body, white muzzle chest and paws, light brown legs. 2 brown spots above eyes. Resembles small St. Bernard. 564-5539 alter 5 p.m. • HOMES • ACREAGE • COMMEtCIAl ^0W7>^ ^^ALT* 125 W. LAKE MEAD DR. HENDERSON, NEVADA REALTORS 565-8947 p wMt g i ra i g it s at ss i tawgiti Bob Oben Realty & Insurance Inc. Im XeodwwMLS J^J^ 6 Waler Sf., Hendti Mi-IMJL 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 1^ BATH LARGE YARD Large country style kitchen with enlarged bedroom, wardrobes, lots of storage and additional laundry room with many built ins and walk -in pantry J8X10 storage large fenced yard, with rear and side entrance. Only $45,000. LARGE TRAILER ESTATES LOT with 4 Br l^ Bath remodelled and very neat and clean 197126X58 Double Expando Trailer All newly carpeted Very sharp. Added workshop and Laundry plus storage shed. Total only $30,000. Owner will carry part of financing. LOVELY VALLEY VIEW 3 Br. home with lots of improvements, including large covered patio, completely fenced yard, 10 x 18 Dining room, range dryer, dishwasher, garbage disposal all included in price. Carport accomodates four vehicles Very Nice. See to appreciate. ENJOY CHRISTMAS WITH A BEAUTIFUL FIREP LACE This 4 br. 2 fUll baths I$'x22' Living room with brick fireplace covering one entire wall, built in t>ookcases. 6x8 Entry foyer giving access to several rooms of home, excellent floor planning for the larger home Large country style kitchen, plus walk in storage 18x18 Workshop. This is a super home with over 2087 sq ft. of good living. Only $50,000. 2 BR. 1 BATH WATER ST PROPERTY Business zoned. Presently rented. Call for appointment only. Tenant not to be diaturbed. 3 BR PLUS DEN 1^ Bath Valley View with garage, 24x33 Patio, fenced, addn'l storage Lots ofextras. Almost immediate possession. Owner Traaaferred. ACRE OF LAND ONLY $14,000 This won't last long 1 acre in Sect 10 Ready to build. Several Parcels of 1 Acre and 2H Acres in Section 4-High on the Hill with a gorgeous View. Call for deUils. .^04-2772 .J65442S AFTER HOURS CALL JKANNI A. OLSBN DE MARCO-BROKER PBTIR J OLSEN. SALESMAN VIRGIL McUNNIY, SALCSMAN JANIT SHAW, SALESMAN LORIN WILLIAMS, SALESMAN PAULINE -TINA" WILLIAMS, SALESMAN MICHAEL P. • BltCEMBYBR-SALESMAN„ ISMVMO THi IWMMMOW AMA fOl11im(^ JEANNt A. QLSEN DEMARCO. BROKER M.\GNinCENT POSSESSION On artf^illy manicured grounds. You will enjoy a pic turesque view of the Black Mountain Golf Course This home is completely decorated with the Tinest of furnishings. Custom 2 or 3 bedroom. 2^ bath home with plush 100% wool carpeting, fireplace, custom kitchen with deluxe appliances For more.informatlon call 565-8047 or evenings 565-6897. NO QUALIFYING! Clean family home, three bedrooms, 2 bath with large fenced yard and stove, reft'igerator and diposal. Conveniently located to schools and shopping Eves call 565-6897. PRICED AT APPRAISAL Boulder City beauty on H acre with lovely mountain view Four t>edrooms, family room, wet bar and two fireplaces. Jacuzzi in master bath Double garage Topqual ity custom home Call today Eves call 293-5462 THINKING OF RETIRING? This two t>edroom would be perfect. Mature landscaping, detached garage, large covered patio and range, refrigerator, drapes and carpets are included in the price of $41,500 Call 565-8047 or eves. 565-9453 for appoint ment to see. FAST NEARING COMPLETION Quality constructed and beautif\illy finished by Rij;by Construction. These 3 A 4 bedroom homes offer ever\' amenity: 2,000 feet of living area, microwave ovens and trash compactors, atoomatic garage door and much more all at very reasonable prices. Call today at 565-0047 or evenings at 564-3208 HAPPINESS IS A WARM PUPPY! Or maybe a new home that gives that same cozy feel ing This 1,K0 square foot, family-planned home offers 3 bedrooms. 2 f\ill baths, huge pantry, inside laundry room and a ftilly finished two car garage Imagine the serenity seated In your family room nursing that first cup of fresh coffee watching the morning sun breaking over the adjacent foothills gorgeous! Call to see this beauty at 565-8047 or evenings at 564-3206. BELIEVE IT OR NOT' Over 1000 sq. ft. of custom-built home for only $50,000 This 4 bedroom. W bath home offers a living family room with lovely fireplace, big kitchen with dining area. completely fenced yard with fruit trees and sprinklers. 12x31 covered patio and more Such a value won't last long. Sec today by calling 56^8047 or 564-320$evenings LIKE NEW! Two years old and still like new Four bedrooms, 2 baths, nicely landscaped yard with beautiful free-form pool, wet bar. lovely earthtone carpet, range, automatic sprinklers and much more Evenings call 504-2332 BUILDABLE NOW! 5 acres in desirable Section 4 with beautiful! view of entire valley. Evenings call 565-6807. 5 ACRES in Pahrump' Priced at $11,500 with good terms. Beautifkil homes in the area or you can live in a Trailer. Evenings call 569-0453 CAU101 IMOIMAnON ON COMMiiaAL raOKITY ON lOUlOII NIONWAY. CAU FOR INFORMATION ON OUR NEW IRAQ Of YOUNO AMiRICAN HOMES IN HENDERSON IN HACK MOUNTAIN ARIA. fRKZO FROM $39,9S0 to$4t,9S0. FNA AND VA FmANONO AVAUAUE. OfiN 7 DAYS A WEEK Vivian Erickson, Broker. Kathcnne Mitchell Jetry Bergemcycr Diane Barlow. James Smalley. Travis Johnson. John Woodruff.. BLACK MOUNTAIN REALTY MULTIPLE USTING SERVICE HENDERSON, NEVADA :~ 107-A WATER STREET INSIDE VALLEY BANK BLDG. ASK ABOUT OUR BUYER PROTECTKMI PLAN. —RESIDENTIAL— 1 YE.\R WARRANTY ON THIS 3 BEDROOM. 1 BATH UPGRADED HOME ON A QUIET CUL-DE-SAC. 2 BDRM. CONDO Perfect for starter home or small family. New carpet and neat as a pin. VALLEY VIEW 4 bdrm.. 2 bath on quiet cul-de-sac in Valley View. Neat and clean — Close to Schools. HKHLAND HIUS BEAUTY You must see to appreciate this lovely home in HighlAnd Hills. It is immaculate inside and out with a raised deck that offers a panoramic view of the entire Valley. LOOKING FOR AN ACRE? You must see this Mission Hills Lot zoned for; lones. Beautiful lot includes a 3 bedroom. 2 bath home with a fireplace for country living. Perfect for the family that needs room for Mom, Dad, the kids, horses and the peU. BY APPOINTMENT —UND USTINGS— Black Mountain Golf Course Lots Boulder Highway FronUge Several R-4 Pieces. 2W and 3v acre Lots Close to High School. 1 Acre Mission Hills 74 Acres in Paradise Hills Building Ut % Acre Area of Vo-Tech. ^4 Acre in Brianhead, Utah. BUCK MOUNTAM REALTYSM-2727 INSIDE THE VAUEY BANK BIDO. RICHARD STEWART „ REALTOR DICK STEWART REALTOR OPEN 8:30-5:30 WEEKDAYS ... 9:004:00 SATURDAYS AFTER HOURS CALL: JOAN COOPER 564-1383 BETTY STEWART 564-2447 GENE BAIRD 564-2144 PAUL SULUVAN 564-1867. DORA WAGNER 565^)688 LARRY WIEDER ^..^-..^..^^.u56&-i064 KEN PROCTOR „_ MM3a6 r DIANA DOWNEY _...— SaMTTl PAMALYN PETERSON ^ m-im JACKIE WILUAMS S6M03B ULTIPLE USTING COMPUTOR SERVICE 4 R£ATION SERVICE AVAILABLE i

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No. 1164 '•• -/TV 'itn 2O0 CIO 6 cyUndir mine, automnic tanmtssjon. poMr slwlrtg. poiMt front dtic brakM. ik conditioned, AM radio. anM gUn. bodysida moMlnn. ckMi laaltrlffl,|R7in4WSWradMit ThtBut SsdingNwCirtMrMrodueidtSlk No •4995 mmwmywn SBMaiMi 250 CO. 6 oyNndtr anfinc. wMnaVc trammiailon, powor stairing, powv front dUc braliN, r conditionad, AMfaio. ttntid QIW, ckjtti saat trim, woodtoni ippllqut. cut pUt carpidng. opri windows bodytida moWingi. paint itnpM daluie bumpr group, bright ixtanor inoiOir>as AUgandInltiOwnTiim Slli No 1194 IMMEDIATE DEUVERYI TOP DOLLAR FOR YOUR TRAK (PAID FOR OR NOTt) YOUR EOWH WiU PROIAILY MAKE YOUR DOWN PAYMENTII \ \ •549! 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AM/FM starao. vinyl top, powar windows sa.WSW, loadWlMiiOptions'-No 648A WAS $44tS "MUST SELL" '3566 77 FOiD -SMNAOA QNIA" 4 Door. 6 cylinder, automatic, powar steering,steering, power t)rai(es, air conditioning, vinyl 100 AM/FM starao, lilt wtieai. power windpiw, and locks, veioor interior. WSW radials, 'Luxury WItb P325e "MUST SEU" Economy • No P WASisSN 78 FOMnAiimoNr 4 door. V8. automatic, power steering, power brakes, air conditioning, AM radio, vinyl top. bodyside moWlnos. WSW radials. 'fords Largest Seller No P3229 WAS ISSSS -MUST SILL" $i 73 CADILLAC tLEETWOOD MOUiNAIT 4 Door, fully loaded. V8 automatic, powar steering, power braites, air condltiomng, AM/FM w/tape, power seat, windows and antenna vinvl too tilt wheel. \/SW. •Loaded With Options No R799 WAS t3MS "MUST SILL" $ 2766 $i 7f FOn t AIIMONT 4 Door. vs. automatic powar steering, power brakes air conditioning. AM radio. vmvi too WSW radials, "Only 10.000 miles No P3229 WAS S8MS "MUST SELL" S 77 DATtUN -fir 2 Dow 4 cylinder 4 speed bucket seats, WSW tires A Great thnstmas 6i32SI WAS S4SM -MUST SILL" 32ii '3997 71 RM -MUSTAN6 W 2 Door. V8. automatic, power steering, powr brakas. bucket teats. AM w/tap wire wbaal covers WSW For The Young At Hairt' No R829 WAS SSISS -MUST tf U" '4888 sssr 'Sly|lS^ turbin vfhMl ooviri. No P329S -MUST SILL" it7i 2 Door. 6 cylkidar. automabc. power Storm, powar brakes air condltraning AM radn, vinyl top. wire wtwal covers. WSW radiali 'Tt)r7s Largast SaUing Car" No P32S3 WA ISMS -MUST SIU" '4488 71 DATtUN -F10 NAiOr 4 cylindar. 4 soMd. AM/fMradw. bucket aaata bodysioe moidingt, radial tirat. ••Ecowity Waoon No TMA WAS IS3M -MUST $ -MUST Sf U" 2588 71 vs. brakas, ak IK. powar itaaring. condittomng. tm I cruise MS. AM/FM itorao w/tape idit bancftiaal. vmyt top. factory custom wkaais "Fordi Raaar No 1012A WAS trSN -MUST SILLS 6588 71 I door. 4 cytindar. automtfc. air con)* tuning, AM radw. bucksl isals. IWSW, lactoiy caslDm wtiaaii "Psrtoci Praaani For Ifeni" No RB24 WAS nsfi musT siu$ 2288 7tmv'7-iiMr ve. auionatic, Dowtr stearing, powv brakas. ak condtMmng. AM/FM starao nit S emtsa. power windows, sens t door locfcs. nnyl ton. wva wfwal covers. WSW •Fords Fwest'^ No R828 WAS SSUS -MUST SELL" •73 FDno-ttirr : Door. V8, automatic, powar steering, power brakes, air oondHtonlng. vinyl top, AM/FM w-tape. tIN wtiasl. powar windows, split bench seal, cuttom wnaUt, WSW 'adiais Luxury' No 1176A WAS tSMS -MUST SELL' $ 77 FOm -MUSTANe MACN r 3 Door. v automabc. powar itaarino. power brakes air conditioning AM/FM w/tape, bucket seats, diortai ckKk. gauges, factory custom wfiaals. RWl radials Sporty Ecanotny' No 1181A WAS S47fS -MUST SELL" 2866 '5688 74 PONTIAC -6IA1ID AT 4 Door, V8 automatic, power steerinj, power brakes, air conditioning. AM/FV stereo w/tape. tilt t cruise, power windows & seat vinyl top, factory custom wheels WSW. 'Family Tranapartation" N0 173A WAS S34M -MUST SELL" !4M 77 PONTIAC -OIAND PWr vs. automatic, powar stoarlno. power brakes, air conditk)ning. AM^ w/lapa. tilt wheel, power windows, bucket seats with vekHir Interior console. WSW radials & custom wtiaels "Styla And ?:nY1 WAS MASS -MUST SEU" $1 73 CHEVY -MONH CAILO lANDAT VS. automatic, power staermg. power brakes, air conditioning. AM raow tilt ( cruise, powar windows, vekwr intenor. vinyl top. WSW radials. wire wheel covers • Silver Beauty" No 93038 WAS 17498 -MUST SEU' 73 OlDS-CUTlAtr 2 DO vs. automatic power steering, brakM. AIR. AM radio custom imerior. WSW. Sharp Trmpoftation No 7I7A WAS t27SI "MUST MU" '2388 TorantTO 2 Door. VI, mtomaue, powar staerKw. powar bralM, air contflttoning, tilt \ cruise, AM/FM w/tape, split powar seats power windows, winyl top. WSW. "Style and Comfort" No P32fl9 WAS tSSN -MUST SELL" 77 CKVY-MAUOU CLA39ir 2 Door 6 cylinder, automatic, power tteenng. power brakes, air condltlomng. AM radio, vinyl top. WSW radials, "Shvp '4588 E< WAS iconomy' No irASl4M< r -MUST SILL\ 3977 USED TRUCKS Pord TRUCKS NEVMMS -DfHCML' TRUCK HEADQUARTERS IfTf POND DOUMm NOONOMT PMRUP an a. ;aun. 4eyeewr MM anMirw tumiit' 4iMdtrmmHm,WSwW,linbtiMi Si No Ijll "^ M299 ifTt P9IW p.100 lar CUtTOM tTVUDIOi Ml mcio I lIIN>l(lM(I.IMn,'. axMig pMkMTVrt. IM' S€l OA^BUIS 11S 4 ply tT Sn No MS99 s 2688 77 CMRY-GAPMCf CLAtSir 2 Door VI. automatic, powar Marmg. powar brakes, air conditioning. AM ram w/tapa tint cruise power windowcvmyt WSW "Extra CIMP NO P3245 fAS SSM5 -MUST SEU" 77 GNIIT8LBI "GOMMIAV8 automatic, power steering. brjxes air conditioning lilt 1 cruHe. 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