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1979-02-13 - Henderson Home News

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1979-02-13 - Henderson Home News
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Vondenbrink, Dorothy A. ( Columnist )
Raymond, Flo ( Columnist )
Sorabella, Lou ( Columnist )
Fenton, Teddy ( Columnist )
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Zenoff, Morry M.
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1979-02-13
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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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The net cost for food for last year was |4,392 as compared to $2,605 and $2,549 the two previous years. The number of prisoner meals served jumped f^om 7,759 in 1977 to 9,798 in 1978. $1.8 MilKon Horiioa Drive Extensioii Approved An extension of Horizon Drive from Pacific to Boulder Highway at an estimated cost of $1.8 million, was approved unanimously by the Regional Streets and Highways Commission of Clark County Thursday. The proposal provides for an access allowing vehicle traffic to bypass downtown Henderson and travel through an undeveloped area to reach the highway. A Regional technical committee staff member said the new route will save about two minutes travel time. The route takes the place of a proposed expansion of Pacific Street which would have linked Horizon Drive with Boulder Highway through downtown Henderson. The route was opposed by residents of the area and the city council killed the plan and opted for Horizon Drive. Construction on the project would start about raid-1980. The road would run along Horizon Drive from Pacific Avenue, to Gibson Road and in two places along Gibson Road to Lake Mead Drive and Warm Springs Road to Boulder Highway. The $1.8 million pricetag is relatively low, according to the technical staffs recommendation, because most drf the extensive right-of-way reSee HOfllZDN DRA/E Com on iiQe 2 HENDERSON I I XXTlDi'l IXDVST&IiL CKITIK THl COMMUNITY'S NEWSPAPER PLUS WEIKLY SHOPPEtS DISPLAYINO MIRCH ANTS' MISSAGIS TO MOST OF THE HOMIS IN THE HENDERSON-BOULDER CITY AREA Our 3tstY0ar-13rtt Edition HENDERSON. NEVADA PHONE 564.1881 —All Departments Tuesday, February 13,1979 THREE COUNCIL SEATS, JUDGE POST, UP FOR ELECTION Old Vegas FiFe Investigated— First degree arson is suspected in a fire that started in the attic at Old Vegas Friday, according to Dale Starr, deputy public safety director. "We've had very few arson incidents in Henderson," Starr said, "but this was definitely set and if it hadn't been discovered when it was and if a copper water line hadn't melted, it could have been disastrous. An arson investigator is f Store Robbed The 7-11 Store in the Pittmaii area, was robbed by an unknown suspect of about $10 and police are investigating the incident which occurred early yesterday morning. According to police, the subject entered the store about 4:20 am, and picked up a six pack of beer. When he found he did not have enough money to complete the purchase, he proceeded outside. He returned with a $20 bill and as the clerk proceeded to open the cash register, the suspect reached into the register and grabbed two $10 .J)ills and his original $20 and fled. looking into the incident which occurred just before midnight. According to Starr, the fire started in the attic of the employes locker room in the rest room near the kitchen. When smoke started coming through the kitchen the fire department was called, however, it was out before the fire department arrived. Everyone was evacuated. Old Vegas is located on Boulder Highway in Henderson. Medianic Criticol A city mechanic, Ernesto • Urban, 46, is in intensive care at Sunrise hospital following an accident at the city shops. Urban suffered a serious injury to the head when repairing a tire with a split rim. The rim separated causing a part of the rim to strike Urban in the chest. He fell and struck his head. Urban was transported to St. Rose de Lima hospital and then to Sunrise hospital for more extensive treatment. He was placed in the respiratory intensive care unit and now has been placed in the regular intensive care unit. He is allowed do visitors. Police Dept. Explorer Scouts Graduate Sixty-six hours of strenuous training paid off for 11 young men and women as they proudly graduated from a unique law enforcement training program before their parents, friends, instructors and city officials during a ceremony held last Friday evening at the Elk's Lodge. The Police Explorer Post Academy, sponsx)red by the Crime Prevention unit of the Henderson Police Department under the direction of Officer Bob Lindsey, is designed to train young men and women between the ages of 14 and 20 in the fields of crime prevention and law enforcement. The graduates, members of Explorer Scouts of the Boulder Dam Area Council, underwent 66 hours of specialized training including courses in criminal law, fingerprinting, homicide investigation and police ethics. They also received training in first aid and the use of firearms which qualifies them for special citations. "The training is an oppor* tunity to prepare students interested in entering the law enforcement field. Graduates of the academy will qualify for positions as police department cadets," Lindsey said. The cadets will aid police officers in the field, supplying officer assistance and taking reports on minor offenses. The four girls and seven boys were screened for academy entrance according to academic levels, the ability to get along with others and the "ability to be an allaround good person," Lindsey explained. The graduates of Police Explorer Post No. 243 are Kim Bush, Rani Bush, William Clark, Jerry Cooper, Dominick D'Orta, Pam Keller, Richard Kilfoyle, Lance Nelson, Brcnda Taney. Gary Williams and Sylvia Zak. Sn EVIORER SCOUTS Ooatpigi2 C^^* Smif Voleiitiiie. by Dorothy A. Vondenbrink Have you seen Suzie Valentine 1_ iShe's a special friend of mine, :YOU can always tell her by her clothes For they are red and white, trimmed with lace and bows. She's a lovely person, this friend of mine. For she is loving, caring and always kind. With lips that curl in a beautiful smile. And a voice so gentle it holds no guile. She seeks out the lonely. Rejected and sad; Then in hw own special way, She makes them glad. Sometime with humor She will chide them a bit; And will dress in clothes designed not to fit, Just to show. There's no reason for being alone. For a friend. Is as close as your telephone. At times she appears with a long stemmed rose, '—" Or she may appear in funny clothes; But always she greets you with a rhyme. That makes you love this friend of mine. I hadn't met you yesterday. And so my day was sad and grey; Today we met, and my day will be fine, If tomorrow you'll be my Valentine. • "' ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^1 ANSELHO SPEAKS Robert Anselmo, public safety director for Henderson, is shown as he spoke to the police explorer graduation Friday. At his right is Albert O'Neal, director, exploring division Boulder Dam area council. Three Henderson city council seats will be up for election this year, in addition to the municipal Judge, according to City Clerk Dorothy Vondenbrink. The primary election for councilmen for Wards one, two and three and the Judge will be held May 8, and the general election is June 5. Filing for these offices, will open March 29 beginning at 8 a.m. and individuals may file during the regular working hours, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day until closing on April 6, at 5 p.m. The filing fee for municipal judge and councilman is $25. Two of the city councilmen, Phil Stout of Ward 1, and Gary Price of Ward 2, have indicated they will seek reelection. Carlton Lawrence of Ward 3 has indicated he is still thinking about it. Municipal Judge Jim Jensen has said he will seek re-election. To qualify for the office of municipal judge the individual shall be a resident of the City for a continuous three year period immediately preceding his election and shall be a qualfied elector. To qualify for councilman, the candidate must also have been a resident for three years and be a qualified elector within the ward he is to represent. fAnyone wishing to register to vote in the primary election may do so at the city clerk's office at city hall during the working hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The office is closed at noon. A qualified elector must be 18 years of age or over, be a resident of the State for 30 days, a resident of the county for 30 days and a resident of the precinct for ten days, be a citizen of the United States and has not been denied the right to vote by a court or law or dishonorable discharge and has registered to vote in theCounty of Clark. Voting at the polls will be from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. and the precincts will be combined into districts. The polling places will be the Pittman Women's club, the youth center. Basic hi^ school and C.T. Sewell elementary school. A complete list of the polling places and the districts will be published in the Home News prior to the primary election •v D.CDA 617. FPIENDLY FOD Rliw *T ceo

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-9^H^a^^^^^^^H i^-# -4'*'' • • •K^^ft'fci* *w. •4<**--i*^ --^fr Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada McCarthy Boys'Club Speaker Sheriff John McCarthy will be the special guest speaker and former Governor Mike O'Callaghan will hand out awards at the recognition banquet of the Mendersoa Boys' Club to be held Friday, Feb. 16 at Nick's Supper Oub on Lake Mead Drive. The general public is invHed to attend the recognition banquet. There will be no host cocktails at 6 p.m. and dinner will be at 7 p.m. The highlights of the evening will be the presentation of awards for "Boy of the Year." the "Man of the year. the "Woman of the year." board of director's award and a special dedication award. Reser\ations can be made at the boys" club. New officers of the Boys' Gub to be installed include Kirby Trumbo, president; Larry Tabony. vice president; Ron Hubel. second vice president; William Coitrell, treasurer; and Betty Wagner. secretar>-. Imfcrilir'lriMv Nftl \m DRIVE Conl from page 1 quired for the project will be in undeveloped desert areas which have a fairly low market value The staff also presented a cost benefit ratio which shows the dollar amount of benefits derived by the project users for each dollar spent on the project. The ratio for this project shows there will be a benefit of $1.09 for each dollar spent. Chuck Brechler. managing engineer of the commission, said this is a low estimate of the benefits. "We have made a low estimate, but I think the ratio will increase." he said. Bill Derby, principle engineer for the Nevada Highway Department, proposed an alternate alignment of a portion of Horizon Drive. That portion of road would go under a future freeway site and would be shorter and less expensive. However, Brechler said, it would eventually cost the community more. By the time the highway department could finance any construction, which would be in about five or six years. 95 percent of the cost would be covered by federal funds. EXPLORER SCOUTS Conl front pagi 1 Speaking briefly at the ceremony were Albert O'Neal. Director of the Exploring division of the Boy Scouts of America; James Goff, assistant director of the Henderson Police Dept; Robert Anselmo. Public Safety Director, and class speaker, Gary Williams. In addressing the graduates, Anselmo said they were ... the positive side in a world full of negatives ... a negative job but there are very postiive aspects of the work. "Young people should continue to be involved ... be active in a positive manner to change laws which need changing. Don't sit back and leave it to others. Learn to use the knowledge you've obtained." he concluded 'Bosses Should Set a Good Exomple' Gov. 'Mike' Says "Hard work, long hours and understanding people ... these are the key to becoming a successful boss," former governor Mike O'Callaghan told students and bosses at the annual "Boss for a Day" luncheon held last Thursday at Nick's Supper Club. The former Basic High School teacher spoke before about 200 Basic High students and members of the Chamber of Commerce who participated in the yearly event "Hire good employes," he continued. "You must have a large pool to pick from. You can't be a successful boss unless you have employes competing for your job." When drawing from a pool of potential employes, you should also utilize women and minorities. O'Callaghan said that during his two terms of office he discovered women and minority employes to be "some of the best administrators" in government. "Hire people who have pride in their work." he said. Find people who are skilled ... competing for your own job. There is no such thing as JUST a secretary. JUST a ditchdigger. Every job is important and what makes it important are the people who do them. "You have to recognise people who have pride in their work. Give them pride in the job ... loyalty can not be replaced by anything I can think of and you can't teach loyalty, you must show it "Praise your employes in public," O'Callaghan continued, "but reprimand them in private. Don't be afVaid to praise them. If it should be necessary to reprimand, pull the sliver out... don't let it fester. Never send someone away crushed." O'Callaghan reiterated "hard work, long hours and set good example." throughout his brief speech. If you expect your employes to work hard and long hours you must do so yourself, he told the group. Chamber of Commerce president Caesar Caviglia introduced the former Henderson resident, saying that O'Callaghan. upon leaving the governor's office, had opted to live in the "little town to the north of us, that little town that gives us black smoke that we have to chlorinate." Dr. Guinn Addresses 'Boss for a Day'Braokfost As "Boss for a Day • students prepared to set out for a morning with people from the business world. Dr. Kenny Guinn, former superintendent of the Clark County School District, gave them several points to watch for during their participation in the program. "Watch to see if they are actively working with one another," Guinn said. "You have to earn the righWo be the boss so watch how they operate." His second point was to observe the dress, decorum, attitude. Being well groomed is important, he pointed out. and you can't always dress the way you want, he told students. When a person comes in to apply for a job the employer will look at the applicant and think. "Is that the person I want to meet the customers?" A third point Guinn brought up is educational background. Is a general education sufficient for the job or are special skills required. The former educator pointed out that it would not be a true situation to be with the boss but observe and you could get some idea of how the business in which the student is participating is run. Following Guinn's talk in the multi-purpose room at Basic High School, students left with their "Boss for the Day" to learn more about the local business scene. The annual event is sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce and the school's chapter of the Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA). Nearly 50 Henderson and Las Vegas businesses participated in the activity which has grown tremendously over the past 17 years since it was first started by Ron Langford. Union Loses ot Levi Straoss In a narrow union election at Levi Strauss and Co. in Henderson Friday, workers voted not to join the United Steelworkers of America. According to figures released by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), 69 workers voted against the union, with 64 voting for joining it. Workers voting were production and maintenance employees, plant clerical employees, shipping and receiving employees, quality assurances and product integrity employees. The Henderson facility warehouses clothing and has been open more than seven months, according to NLRB records. SEND OR TAKE HONE OUiPTD LOVEBUNDLE BOUQUET HIKRV: Mmtiiir^ Day b UirdnMday. Mmtary M. Frontier Nursery Gr Roral 17 E LihillMd Dr. HmlvionQ{Cflg;ii (across rrom St Rote it Lima Hop ) wKIlM I I MIKE TALKS TO 'BOSSES' Former Governor Mike O'Callaghan told Boss for a Day students that Bosses should set an example. HONOR KENNY GUIN!^ Former Clark County School Superintendent Kenny Guinn, center, spoke to the Boss for a Day students Thurs. With him are Chuck Spradling. chairman, left, and Principal of Basic high school, Frank Brusa.' Answer to puwle 2'19;79 sWTimHl 1 1 12 IS ukJUiJUkJi!] uaaioti bllH uaoG t'ln ^QOiin duan OBDE] 030 HMaun yaddQUO MRirau Miinj ana nnHn anna nnn Tuesday, February 13,1979 A-NH to iMeet Friday The Association of Henderson Industrial Trades will hold their February meeting Friday, February 16 at the Eldorado Club at 12 noon. There will be no guest speaker at the meeting but there will be an update on industrial activity in the city followed by a general discussion and fellowship, according to the organization's coordinator, Don Dawson. "The announcement of General Telephone Electronics was another plus for Henderson," said Dawson. "We welcome this nationally known company and we will endeavor to make their location as convenient as possible. "Two other industries are presently exploring the Henderson Public Trust financing, the Hesse Corporation and Ennis Business Forms, Inc. Both are major companies and their final selection of Henderson for their future industrial site will be indeed welcomed." The newest member to join the organization is Nevada Rock and Sand Company, represented by Gary Stewart. A-Hit members are urged to attend the quarterly meeting and to invite a business associate or individual to join the organization. Townhouse Robbed The Townhouse motel on Water Street was robbed of )193.46 at knife point Friday. according to Henderson police. According to police, a suspect entered the motel and pointed a short bladed black handled knife at Stephanie Hall, 19. She said his face was covered by a beige nylon stocking. The suspect tied Hall's hands with tape at the wrists behind her back, had her lie down and bound her feet with her hands. After he escaped, she freed her feet and called police. Her hands were still bound when police arrived. He was described as 5 feet 10 inches, 185-200 pounds possible mustache and pot belly. He was wearing tan or orange slacks. CROSSWORD PUZZLE* 1 4 8 12. ACROSS Posad Enttfttiw, — King OnttwocMn JipaiWM statesman 13 Um 14. N( Ttstarrwm book IS SubdiN 17 Kaops working on 15. Cnfi 19 sum 20. UM>M 23. MoM ntardtd 26 Cmmm 27 PmMs 28 At tar as 29 Bti 30 PlacMOtnionty 31. ZoOy 33. Ffwch con 34 EflCOunlar 35 LOMTMMiM 37 Ratains 38 Fkxumj 39 l1is(Po() 40 Oisgraca 42 Groups of tan 46 Abnor 47 Godownilowty 48 Canal grain 49 S*ght organs 50 Gains as profit 51 Alttmpt TWiofrMpad Coniwnad Spinning toy Turn away Final BaMgltartm COflipiM fOM Panniit Group o( 17. OniOges 19. Mont -, Alps btgriestptak 20. Sedate 21. Author olTfte Rights otMtn' 22 BuiMtng addition fishtng net Preaptious Sounds a horn Htghways Wooden storage box Stnger Peggy Degns TabteUnd Rasp Racotis Canvas sneiler PMoeom Roman brona Official grade 23 24 25 27 30 31 33 34 36 37 39 40 Pronoun 41. Oned dovar 42. Expire 43 Spadi 44 AHnde 45 Plgpan 47 Symbol tor tm LKING? Check Out Our ujflnrfiD/ HENDflSON HOMi MWS „ S64.1 111 lovMt City Ntwt 293-2302 HI i Basic Matters Only Basic Takes Third Sends Seven to State The Wolves varsity wrestling team Tinished a close third in last Saturday's zone wrestling championship, close to host team Chaparral's 133^ points finishing only six points behind the Cowboys at 127V4 who themselves placed second to team champion Eldorado which posted a 144. In collecting their third place Zone ranking Basic qualified seven wrestlers for next weekend's state tournament, more than any other southern Nevada school the three top wrestlers at each weight classification in the zone championships are eligible for the state tournament The surprising wrestler for Basic was Leo Hernandez at 168 pounds who tagged Bonanza's Alan Nicholson with his first loss this season after twenty eight straight wins. Leo made a spectacular escape move to tie his match with Nicholson 5-5 in the third period then bested the Bengal wrestler 2-1 in the deciding overtime period. Along with Leo's first place zone finish the Wolves picked up another first fVom theii^ most consistent wrestler this season Kevin Burrows who extended his record to 39-1 with a nine to one decision over Rancho's Mike McGinnis after beating Eldorado's Mark Norcia the wrestler responsible for Kevins only loss this season. Basic picked up second place finishes from Mike Butler at one hundred and six. Ward Twitchell at one seventy eight, and Richard Perkins at Heavyweight who reached the championship round in a crowd stopping performance over Valley's Joe Davis whiclksaw Perkins twice knocked unconscious by the Viking's three hundred and fifty pounder before rolling the big man on his back for the one count pin. Perkins lost a close decision to Chaparrals Jorge Navarro in the finals 7-6. The Wolves also seeded two men, Joey Montoya at one hundred thirty six and Ken Briggs at one thirty, by virtue of their third place finishes taking wins to top the consolation bracket • Briggs in a referee's overtime decision over Eldorado's Shorty Scrivens and Montoya with an 11-6 decision over Rancho's Bob Raudenbush. These seven wrestlers will be among the thirty nine contenders from Southern Nevada competing in Saturday's State Championships also to be held at Chaparral High. Soaer Tolk Rancho Tops Basic tourney The Rancho Rams topped off an undefeated regular season record of 12-0 by taking wins over Clark's Chargers in the Southern Zone Soccer semi-fmals 6-1 and the Gorman Gaels in a 3-0 finals shutout to clench this season's Zone championship. Basic in its role as this year's tourney host could do no better than an opening appearance inthe fourth game of the competition opposite Chaparral's Cowboys on Wednesday evening the second of the flve day tournament The Wolves, despite playing without the services of their season first string goalie Chuck Quadlin and top playmaker and scorer Russel Crew ended up on the short end of the 4 3 score and in the same position they have occupied numerous times this season outplaying, outshooting. but not outscoring the opposition. The first quarter between Chaparral and Basic went scoreless, the Wolves being somewhat hesitant on offense but playing excellent defense to hold back sev eral attempts by .the Cowboys. It wasn't until late in the second period that the Cowboys exercising coordinated crossfield support were able to score on Basic catching the Wolves a bit slow in getting back to break open an open shot on goal off the toe of John Schofield with four minutes left in the half Just short of a minute later Robbie Malloy of Chaparral who capitalized on a similar situation to score, despite Wolves' substitute goalie Doug Kemker getting a hand on the ball. This gave the Cowboys a 2-0 lead going into halftime. It was all Basic in the second half shotwise as by the end of the match the Wolves bad a 20-13 shot on goal edge. Th Cowboys added two more goals on misplays by the less experienced Wolves. However, Basic's Mark Gutierrez answered back in due kind with a pair of second half goals teaming Good Kick up with saavy Randy Garrison, up from the junior varsity for the tourney, and Billy Kephart added another as the overly aggressive Cowboys were slapped with a direct kick penalty which Kephart banged in for Basic. The entire match was a bit on the touchy side with tempers flaring on the field and on the sidelines with many close plays and official calls adding to the tension. Though the Wolves were forced to bow out after their opening game Coach Cahill said that he was extremely pleased with the play of the team against the stronger more experienced Las Vegas schools this season. And the Basic team has this to be proud of the new coach Randy Minagil who has brought the champion Itams together this season is a Basic product. Congratulations Wolves! fitness TIPS ON JOGGING It's fun It'i (rm...U't Here *n tip* to help you run in cod) fort and ufety: • Get your phyiician's approvtl txfore you pin. • Then, drc comforubly Buy (turdy running thoM, abtorbent locki, atwj clothet treated with aeroaol aoflcner to minimtiM rubbing. t Keep cool and conndcnt with oonwnicnt aeroaol deodorant, and protect feet •ith apray powder. Tuesday, February 13,1979 Emerald 55th >4< AnniYersary.aU GUITAR WEEK FEB. 12th to 17th Yamaha Guitars • Most models 25% off • Top line models 15% off plus free hard shell case! • • Classic & steel string models In stock Martin Guitars Special one time only! Prices on remaining D-35/D-28/D-18 guitars' Ovation Guitars • Free hard case with all purcfiases • Special discounts on all models in stock • Save up 35% Martin Sigma Guitars 20% off plus free soft case on some models Applause Specials For One Week Only Fender Rogers, Rhodes SPECIALS... • All acoustic guitars 20% off on "F" Series 6 & 12 string models plus free soft shell case • All electric Fender Guitars & Basses on sale with hard case plus special discounts up to 20% off • Special discount on all Fender Amplifiers & PA Equipment. BIG SAVINGS ON RHODES PIANOS 5 PIECE ROGERS DRUM SET WITH 3 FREE CYMBALS AT A VERY SPECIAL LOW SALE PRICE. I -TT

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-9^H^a^^^^^^^H i^-# -4'*'' • • •K^^ft'fci* *w. •4<**--i*^ --^fr Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada McCarthy Boys'Club Speaker Sheriff John McCarthy will be the special guest speaker and former Governor Mike O'Callaghan will hand out awards at the recognition banquet of the Mendersoa Boys' Club to be held Friday, Feb. 16 at Nick's Supper Oub on Lake Mead Drive. The general public is invHed to attend the recognition banquet. There will be no host cocktails at 6 p.m. and dinner will be at 7 p.m. The highlights of the evening will be the presentation of awards for "Boy of the Year." the "Man of the year. the "Woman of the year." board of director's award and a special dedication award. Reser\ations can be made at the boys" club. New officers of the Boys' Gub to be installed include Kirby Trumbo, president; Larry Tabony. vice president; Ron Hubel. second vice president; William Coitrell, treasurer; and Betty Wagner. secretar>-. Imfcrilir'lriMv Nftl \m DRIVE Conl from page 1 quired for the project will be in undeveloped desert areas which have a fairly low market value The staff also presented a cost benefit ratio which shows the dollar amount of benefits derived by the project users for each dollar spent on the project. The ratio for this project shows there will be a benefit of $1.09 for each dollar spent. Chuck Brechler. managing engineer of the commission, said this is a low estimate of the benefits. "We have made a low estimate, but I think the ratio will increase." he said. Bill Derby, principle engineer for the Nevada Highway Department, proposed an alternate alignment of a portion of Horizon Drive. That portion of road would go under a future freeway site and would be shorter and less expensive. However, Brechler said, it would eventually cost the community more. By the time the highway department could finance any construction, which would be in about five or six years. 95 percent of the cost would be covered by federal funds. EXPLORER SCOUTS Conl front pagi 1 Speaking briefly at the ceremony were Albert O'Neal. Director of the Exploring division of the Boy Scouts of America; James Goff, assistant director of the Henderson Police Dept; Robert Anselmo. Public Safety Director, and class speaker, Gary Williams. In addressing the graduates, Anselmo said they were ... the positive side in a world full of negatives ... a negative job but there are very postiive aspects of the work. "Young people should continue to be involved ... be active in a positive manner to change laws which need changing. Don't sit back and leave it to others. Learn to use the knowledge you've obtained." he concluded 'Bosses Should Set a Good Exomple' Gov. 'Mike' Says "Hard work, long hours and understanding people ... these are the key to becoming a successful boss," former governor Mike O'Callaghan told students and bosses at the annual "Boss for a Day" luncheon held last Thursday at Nick's Supper Club. The former Basic High School teacher spoke before about 200 Basic High students and members of the Chamber of Commerce who participated in the yearly event "Hire good employes," he continued. "You must have a large pool to pick from. You can't be a successful boss unless you have employes competing for your job." When drawing from a pool of potential employes, you should also utilize women and minorities. O'Callaghan said that during his two terms of office he discovered women and minority employes to be "some of the best administrators" in government. "Hire people who have pride in their work." he said. Find people who are skilled ... competing for your own job. There is no such thing as JUST a secretary. JUST a ditchdigger. Every job is important and what makes it important are the people who do them. "You have to recognise people who have pride in their work. Give them pride in the job ... loyalty can not be replaced by anything I can think of and you can't teach loyalty, you must show it "Praise your employes in public," O'Callaghan continued, "but reprimand them in private. Don't be afVaid to praise them. If it should be necessary to reprimand, pull the sliver out... don't let it fester. Never send someone away crushed." O'Callaghan reiterated "hard work, long hours and set good example." throughout his brief speech. If you expect your employes to work hard and long hours you must do so yourself, he told the group. Chamber of Commerce president Caesar Caviglia introduced the former Henderson resident, saying that O'Callaghan. upon leaving the governor's office, had opted to live in the "little town to the north of us, that little town that gives us black smoke that we have to chlorinate." Dr. Guinn Addresses 'Boss for a Day'Braokfost As "Boss for a Day • students prepared to set out for a morning with people from the business world. Dr. Kenny Guinn, former superintendent of the Clark County School District, gave them several points to watch for during their participation in the program. "Watch to see if they are actively working with one another," Guinn said. "You have to earn the righWo be the boss so watch how they operate." His second point was to observe the dress, decorum, attitude. Being well groomed is important, he pointed out. and you can't always dress the way you want, he told students. When a person comes in to apply for a job the employer will look at the applicant and think. "Is that the person I want to meet the customers?" A third point Guinn brought up is educational background. Is a general education sufficient for the job or are special skills required. The former educator pointed out that it would not be a true situation to be with the boss but observe and you could get some idea of how the business in which the student is participating is run. Following Guinn's talk in the multi-purpose room at Basic High School, students left with their "Boss for the Day" to learn more about the local business scene. The annual event is sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce and the school's chapter of the Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA). Nearly 50 Henderson and Las Vegas businesses participated in the activity which has grown tremendously over the past 17 years since it was first started by Ron Langford. Union Loses ot Levi Straoss In a narrow union election at Levi Strauss and Co. in Henderson Friday, workers voted not to join the United Steelworkers of America. According to figures released by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), 69 workers voted against the union, with 64 voting for joining it. Workers voting were production and maintenance employees, plant clerical employees, shipping and receiving employees, quality assurances and product integrity employees. The Henderson facility warehouses clothing and has been open more than seven months, according to NLRB records. SEND OR TAKE HONE OUiPTD LOVEBUNDLE BOUQUET HIKRV: Mmtiiir^ Day b UirdnMday. Mmtary M. Frontier Nursery Gr Roral 17 E LihillMd Dr. HmlvionQ{Cflg;ii (across rrom St Rote it Lima Hop ) wKIlM I I MIKE TALKS TO 'BOSSES' Former Governor Mike O'Callaghan told Boss for a Day students that Bosses should set an example. HONOR KENNY GUIN!^ Former Clark County School Superintendent Kenny Guinn, center, spoke to the Boss for a Day students Thurs. With him are Chuck Spradling. chairman, left, and Principal of Basic high school, Frank Brusa.' Answer to puwle 2'19;79 sWTimHl 1 1 12 IS ukJUiJUkJi!] uaaioti bllH uaoG t'ln ^QOiin duan OBDE] 030 HMaun yaddQUO MRirau Miinj ana nnHn anna nnn Tuesday, February 13,1979 A-NH to iMeet Friday The Association of Henderson Industrial Trades will hold their February meeting Friday, February 16 at the Eldorado Club at 12 noon. There will be no guest speaker at the meeting but there will be an update on industrial activity in the city followed by a general discussion and fellowship, according to the organization's coordinator, Don Dawson. "The announcement of General Telephone Electronics was another plus for Henderson," said Dawson. "We welcome this nationally known company and we will endeavor to make their location as convenient as possible. "Two other industries are presently exploring the Henderson Public Trust financing, the Hesse Corporation and Ennis Business Forms, Inc. Both are major companies and their final selection of Henderson for their future industrial site will be indeed welcomed." The newest member to join the organization is Nevada Rock and Sand Company, represented by Gary Stewart. A-Hit members are urged to attend the quarterly meeting and to invite a business associate or individual to join the organization. Townhouse Robbed The Townhouse motel on Water Street was robbed of )193.46 at knife point Friday. according to Henderson police. According to police, a suspect entered the motel and pointed a short bladed black handled knife at Stephanie Hall, 19. She said his face was covered by a beige nylon stocking. The suspect tied Hall's hands with tape at the wrists behind her back, had her lie down and bound her feet with her hands. After he escaped, she freed her feet and called police. Her hands were still bound when police arrived. He was described as 5 feet 10 inches, 185-200 pounds possible mustache and pot belly. He was wearing tan or orange slacks. CROSSWORD PUZZLE* 1 4 8 12. ACROSS Posad Enttfttiw, — King OnttwocMn JipaiWM statesman 13 Um 14. N( Ttstarrwm book IS SubdiN 17 Kaops working on 15. Cnfi 19 sum 20. UM>M 23. MoM ntardtd 26 Cmmm 27 PmMs 28 At tar as 29 Bti 30 PlacMOtnionty 31. ZoOy 33. Ffwch con 34 EflCOunlar 35 LOMTMMiM 37 Ratains 38 Fkxumj 39 l1is(Po() 40 Oisgraca 42 Groups of tan 46 Abnor 47 Godownilowty 48 Canal grain 49 S*ght organs 50 Gains as profit 51 Alttmpt TWiofrMpad Coniwnad Spinning toy Turn away Final BaMgltartm COflipiM fOM Panniit Group o( 17. OniOges 19. Mont -, Alps btgriestptak 20. Sedate 21. Author olTfte Rights otMtn' 22 BuiMtng addition fishtng net Preaptious Sounds a horn Htghways Wooden storage box Stnger Peggy Degns TabteUnd Rasp Racotis Canvas sneiler PMoeom Roman brona Official grade 23 24 25 27 30 31 33 34 36 37 39 40 Pronoun 41. Oned dovar 42. Expire 43 Spadi 44 AHnde 45 Plgpan 47 Symbol tor tm LKING? Check Out Our ujflnrfiD/ HENDflSON HOMi MWS „ S64.1 111 lovMt City Ntwt 293-2302 HI i Basic Matters Only Basic Takes Third Sends Seven to State The Wolves varsity wrestling team Tinished a close third in last Saturday's zone wrestling championship, close to host team Chaparral's 133^ points finishing only six points behind the Cowboys at 127V4 who themselves placed second to team champion Eldorado which posted a 144. In collecting their third place Zone ranking Basic qualified seven wrestlers for next weekend's state tournament, more than any other southern Nevada school the three top wrestlers at each weight classification in the zone championships are eligible for the state tournament The surprising wrestler for Basic was Leo Hernandez at 168 pounds who tagged Bonanza's Alan Nicholson with his first loss this season after twenty eight straight wins. Leo made a spectacular escape move to tie his match with Nicholson 5-5 in the third period then bested the Bengal wrestler 2-1 in the deciding overtime period. Along with Leo's first place zone finish the Wolves picked up another first fVom theii^ most consistent wrestler this season Kevin Burrows who extended his record to 39-1 with a nine to one decision over Rancho's Mike McGinnis after beating Eldorado's Mark Norcia the wrestler responsible for Kevins only loss this season. Basic picked up second place finishes from Mike Butler at one hundred and six. Ward Twitchell at one seventy eight, and Richard Perkins at Heavyweight who reached the championship round in a crowd stopping performance over Valley's Joe Davis whiclksaw Perkins twice knocked unconscious by the Viking's three hundred and fifty pounder before rolling the big man on his back for the one count pin. Perkins lost a close decision to Chaparrals Jorge Navarro in the finals 7-6. The Wolves also seeded two men, Joey Montoya at one hundred thirty six and Ken Briggs at one thirty, by virtue of their third place finishes taking wins to top the consolation bracket • Briggs in a referee's overtime decision over Eldorado's Shorty Scrivens and Montoya with an 11-6 decision over Rancho's Bob Raudenbush. These seven wrestlers will be among the thirty nine contenders from Southern Nevada competing in Saturday's State Championships also to be held at Chaparral High. Soaer Tolk Rancho Tops Basic tourney The Rancho Rams topped off an undefeated regular season record of 12-0 by taking wins over Clark's Chargers in the Southern Zone Soccer semi-fmals 6-1 and the Gorman Gaels in a 3-0 finals shutout to clench this season's Zone championship. Basic in its role as this year's tourney host could do no better than an opening appearance inthe fourth game of the competition opposite Chaparral's Cowboys on Wednesday evening the second of the flve day tournament The Wolves, despite playing without the services of their season first string goalie Chuck Quadlin and top playmaker and scorer Russel Crew ended up on the short end of the 4 3 score and in the same position they have occupied numerous times this season outplaying, outshooting. but not outscoring the opposition. The first quarter between Chaparral and Basic went scoreless, the Wolves being somewhat hesitant on offense but playing excellent defense to hold back sev eral attempts by .the Cowboys. It wasn't until late in the second period that the Cowboys exercising coordinated crossfield support were able to score on Basic catching the Wolves a bit slow in getting back to break open an open shot on goal off the toe of John Schofield with four minutes left in the half Just short of a minute later Robbie Malloy of Chaparral who capitalized on a similar situation to score, despite Wolves' substitute goalie Doug Kemker getting a hand on the ball. This gave the Cowboys a 2-0 lead going into halftime. It was all Basic in the second half shotwise as by the end of the match the Wolves bad a 20-13 shot on goal edge. Th Cowboys added two more goals on misplays by the less experienced Wolves. However, Basic's Mark Gutierrez answered back in due kind with a pair of second half goals teaming Good Kick up with saavy Randy Garrison, up from the junior varsity for the tourney, and Billy Kephart added another as the overly aggressive Cowboys were slapped with a direct kick penalty which Kephart banged in for Basic. The entire match was a bit on the touchy side with tempers flaring on the field and on the sidelines with many close plays and official calls adding to the tension. Though the Wolves were forced to bow out after their opening game Coach Cahill said that he was extremely pleased with the play of the team against the stronger more experienced Las Vegas schools this season. And the Basic team has this to be proud of the new coach Randy Minagil who has brought the champion Itams together this season is a Basic product. Congratulations Wolves! fitness TIPS ON JOGGING It's fun It'i (rm...U't Here *n tip* to help you run in cod) fort and ufety: • Get your phyiician's approvtl txfore you pin. • Then, drc comforubly Buy (turdy running thoM, abtorbent locki, atwj clothet treated with aeroaol aoflcner to minimtiM rubbing. t Keep cool and conndcnt with oonwnicnt aeroaol deodorant, and protect feet •ith apray powder. Tuesday, February 13,1979 Emerald 55th >4< AnniYersary.aU GUITAR WEEK FEB. 12th to 17th Yamaha Guitars • Most models 25% off • Top line models 15% off plus free hard shell case! • • Classic & steel string models In stock Martin Guitars Special one time only! Prices on remaining D-35/D-28/D-18 guitars' Ovation Guitars • Free hard case with all purcfiases • Special discounts on all models in stock • Save up 35% Martin Sigma Guitars 20% off plus free soft case on some models Applause Specials For One Week Only Fender Rogers, Rhodes SPECIALS... • All acoustic guitars 20% off on "F" Series 6 & 12 string models plus free soft shell case • All electric Fender Guitars & Basses on sale with hard case plus special discounts up to 20% off • Special discount on all Fender Amplifiers & PA Equipment. BIG SAVINGS ON RHODES PIANOS 5 PIECE ROGERS DRUM SET WITH 3 FREE CYMBALS AT A VERY SPECIAL LOW SALE PRICE. I -TT

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1 lEGAlNOTKI Nonrp or APpurATiON FOR fRMlSSION TO APFROraiATt THB PUBLIC WATERS Of THC STATI or NBVAOA rEIRl'ARYT, \m A|f)l ir waicrt trtko iKir ofNrvadt Divrrsionii|^44 Oom it\ vndrrciouRd *ratt< M point lort>i wiihin tkf NKttNVH Sfflion J3. T 24N R Sie K D t. M or l point from mhtth itm NE romtr of Mid SoftioB 23 bctrt N 4V t dittanrr cf 213 13 fwt W^frr win br UM4 fer^omcMir n4 irrniion purpoMs tVoni January M IP [>rmbr 3It of e|t V^tr of l,it pijbliratlM Mr II. IBTt Signrrj Vt^iiamJ Ntwma Si4 tngtnrtt H Ffb 13, 20 r Mar n. irrf Is ihf {Hihlk JM4ifIfl Dlilrtft Cnun of the Siai of Nv4. fn jnit for tti reunty of Clark Mn nllT MARGARET WILLIAMSON-, Plainliir VS JON RICBARD WILUAMSON. tkfn4#iit {iV*rONS THE STATE Of NEVAPA SENDS CBEETINGS TO THE ABOVE VAMED DEFENDANT Voy are hf rchv vummnnrd and rrwirf (J to wrvf upon Ml'RlEl D dfier(entire ofikiv SumMonauMii vnw.rtrlgtlvf ofihr dayof tervirr If ^ou fjiltodn so ludfmeni by^f fiih will he uk*n 4falni you fbr ihr relief ifemandrd In tke Cem pidiii This I.V an art inn to 4iiaelve tkt bond* of matrimony heretofore an4 no* rxistim between yog and lb* Plainiiff. iSEAl.) LOBETTA BOWMAN. Clerk of Court % RlfBlCf A WITT Depgty Clerk DATt rirry, IP? H Peb 13. 27, Mar 13. 17 Jo the ^i(Mh Jurt"!!' t(Mrlft Courtaf the State of Nevada. In ini For the County of Grk vo vtm VONSILYirENNtLLY. Platntiff VS OlNf: HAMMONn rENEtlV Defendant SUMMONS THE STATE Of NEVADA SENDS CfPEETTNOS TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT You re hereby summoned jnd required to serve upon EDWARD WflNSTEIN ESQ plaintifrs al •nrnes whose addreos is 2301 ta Ve(a> Blvd S. La.< Vefat. Nevada •im. an anwrer to the Complaint which 1^ herewith served upon yoi(. within 20 days jiter tefvicc Of tkis Summons upfln you eirluslve of the (Jay of servirr If you fail to do -o Judcment by default will he Ukf'n idjinsi you for the relief de mandert in the Coo'pUint Thf action IS hrought to recover a lUHitmenl dusolunc the bonds of matrimony present!* edtting hl ween vou and the PUinllff iSEAli lOBETTA BOWMAN Clerk of Co hereby given Hat on the Mh diiy of January H7k, Cirnrtt Posfiirini of Lai> Veg^s State of Nevada m^de ;ipplir4tion to the Slate tnjineer of "Jev^Ha for per mis,i(in In appropriate OOOt of a •letond foot of the publie waters of the ^l^•e of Nevada PtverMon islo be iiHde froir ^n und'rjrotjnd sovrrv 4i j pniiu lorated vMhin tkc Ml VW.. Sertion IH T 2IS R ir MOB M or at a pcl^t from whifh the Wl< rorner of i(ld Sertmn 3 beirv s 17" 10 IV distance orttS? lee) W.ilerwlllhc used 'or qua'I mumnpal anil dome lie purpnsev from Janttaiy 'I to f'Kemher list ofearh year r'4ie of fir I pub! ir^i inn January 1( lu-a rate o( Usi pvhiifjtion february 13 irt (s. Roland I We le'card '-me Engineer H.Ian I 21 30 • >(< • p irt In the Eighth Ju4trtal Plslrlrt '""'(ft of the 'tale of Nevada !n 4iid For the Ceuniyof Cl*rk "s" DtiEl f UMIERHEA Bl RK plaintiff V"inWABOBfRK rielendaii .^I.'MMN5 THE TATf op NfVAPA SEMI'S '•.Hl!^Tl^^s TO THE ABOVE NAMED DIPENPANT Vo'i tre herehv sunimoned an f matrimony now and kerelofore es isling between you and the Plain tiff, and for ftirther relief as is more fOlly set forth in the Complaint on flie herein LORETTA BOWMAN. Clerk of Cogr< Bv.lOUELLA MYERS Deputy Clerk iSEAL) DATE Januarv24 1979 H Jan .10. reb 13. jn 27 |97t NOTfCK. ny ArrilCATION KOR PERMISSION TO APPROPRIATE THE PUBLIC WATFRS OK THE •^TATEOK NEVADA KtBRUARY T. 1979 Applir.|lion Nn .14131} Not ire 1herel^v given thit on the IRtb d-v of r>erember. ir. Clyde R Isabpll of l.er ,llsi of each veai, 0le of (irst pybtirailon Feh 13, 1179 Date of last fMKtion Mr |), ivn Signed VilhimJ Newman Slate Engineer H Feh P 20 27 Mar 13 197 NOTKf "F APrilfATION rOR PERMIS'ilON TO APPROPRIATE THE PUBLIC WATERS OP THE STATE OP NEVADA FERRfARY 7. irt Application N'o 'l.'UM2 Notice IS hereby given that on the athdayof September 1977. Jojn M Clementu of Costi Mesa SMIe of. California made application to the Stale Enginer' of Nevada for per mission in ipprnpntie ; 7 • ^fofnf feet of the publir watersoflhe Slate of Nevada Diversion is In be made from an underground source at point located within the i-f^ SE'^a >>ertionl7 T 14S R RSE MDB* M or at a point from wrhirfc the SE corner of said .Seelion 17 beers S ir07' to W, a distaneeof IMfeet Wter will be used for irrigation and domestic purposes from January Isl to December 31st gf each year Del' of nrti pklteel*n Peb |3 ir Pal' of laai pahlkeitor Mer i:* irt Stgned WilHamJ Newman Stele Engineer In 1136 tfter* wi ivipiMi tf wrtr $n mlHiflWl UGAINOTKE In the Eighth Judlelfl pislrlct Court of the State of NeviH*. In end For Ike Ceuntyef Clerk No Tmu ADCLA MORALES CA*TILU> y •UMONTI, Plklntiff, VS • BENIGNO CASTILLO V MONRKAL, Detendant SUMMONS TMI STATE or NEVAPA SKND8 GREETINGS TO THE ABOVfNAWED DEFENDANT You are hereby summoned 9n4 required to serve upon EPWARD WEINSTEIN. CHARTERKD. plaintiffs attorney, whose addrete Is 2308 Las Vegas Blvd S,, Lt( Vegas. Nevada 0104 an answer ta the Complaint which is kerewltk served upon you. withi* )0 days after service of this Summons upon yeu. ecluive of the day of lervlee if you fail to do so. judgmeat ky defautt will be taken against yev hr tke relief demanded to the Com plainl This action Is breufht to rerover • ludgment dissolving the bonds of matrimony presently eiisting between you and the Plaintiff LORETTA BOWMAN. Clerk •( Court By MARGARET MINSTER. Deputy CTerk (SEAL) DATE January 9. ItTt HPeb 0. MM, 27. Mar I|T In the Eighth ludicial District CouH nf the Slate of Nevada In and For the County of Clark FIIED JAN 24 4 42 PM 1979 .' LORETTA BOWMAN. CLERK BY MARSHA PADILLA CASE NO n.19l In the Matter nf Parental Rights as to Babv Boy VELASIJl'EZ. a Minor Nonot TO The natural father of the above named minor, and TO All persons riatminf to be the father of said minor YOl' ANDKACHOFYOC ARE HEREBY NOTinED Ihatlhere has been filed in Ike above entitled Court a Petilien praying for tke termination of parental rigktsover the <^ovc named minor person and tl)jt the said Petition has been set fnr Heirinchefore ibis Court, al the Coertroom thereof at I a> Vega*, in the County of Clark. Slate of Nevada on the ,TOth day of March. 1979 .It 9 on a m al which time and plare you are requested to be pres rnt if vou desire tn oppose tkc Hid Peiilion DATED this 24 day of January. 1979 lORETTA BOWMAN. County Clerk BY MARSHA PAPILLA. Deputy LSCAL) HJan TO Peb 11,20, IfTt In ihc f;if:hth Judicial District Tour' of the Slate of Nevada In and For the County of Clark fUED .IAN 2,1 II 41 AM 79 LORETTA BOWMAN CLERK BY MARGARET MINSTER CASE NO DflBOl In the Matter of Ike Parental Rlgktt as lo KATHRVN MARIE KEE^R, a Minor NOTICE TO ANTHONVMEULLER, natural father of the above named miner. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTTFIEP that there has been filed in the above entitled Court a Petition fer' Termination of Parental Rigkis over the above named minor person fnd that the Petition has been ,s#t for hearing before this Court, at the Courtroom thereof in Depart meot No in the County of OTtr\i on TuesH.,y March 27, 1979, ,it'hehourof9nOa m at whirh time and piece you arc required to be prosent, if you desire to oppose the Peliiion DATED this 2.ifd day of January. 179 lOPtTTA B"WMAN. Clerk BY MARGARET MINSTER • IKCAL) HJan 10. feh 1.1,20, i79 IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL PIS Twa COURT or THE STATE OP NEVAPA IN AND FOR THE COtTNTY OF CLARK riLCD FEB 2 4 OR PM '79 LOBETTA BOWMAN, rUERK BY RUTH DOWD CASE NO B2 le tkc Matter of the Estate of PETER V MORAN NOTICE or rrriTioN POR SET TLEMENT op riRST AND FINAL ACCOUNT APPLICATION FOR ATTORNEYS rEES APPROVAl or SALE or PEPRECIATINr, PERSON AL PROPEBTY AN D FOR DISTRIPITION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tkt RALPH L PENTON. Evoeulor of •he Estate of PETER V MORAN has rendered and presented for set llement and Hied in said Court, kis First .,nd Final Areouni of his ad minivtraiion of said estate, that Friday tkc IMh day of February ant being a day of regular >csslon of .j)d Court, at 9,10 a m at tke Cyiurtroom of said Court, tn tke City of I as Vegas. County of Clark, Stele of Nevada, kas been fled by sld Court for the settlement nf tald K coum and hearing said Petition for Pistribution of said estate. Appli cation (or Attorney recs and Ap proval of Sal* of Dcpreeiating Per ional Frepeity. at vkick time and place all peraens intereated In Mid estate may appear and akew cauae, if any tkey k<. vky aeid Petition shetild M be rn(ed end seid ee count skould net be settled, al lowed and approved DATED this 2 dy ef rebmery. 1979 LORrrTA BOWMAN. Clerk By RUTH DOWP. 0*Bty Clerk (SEAL) H rrb 13 20. 27 Mar •. 13 IBTt H Ftk 1,11, iffTB UGAINOTKE NOTICE or APFLICATION FOR rciuqssiON TO ArntoPRiATE va fuBue WATCRs or THE STAnOrNIVApA FTBRUARyrnHB Appliration Ne, UMl Notice is hereby ^n tkll on the 22Dd day of August ItH. James SnaadI of Las Vegei Rtale of Nevada made applicitlon'le the Slate Engineer of Nevgdi for per mission to appropriate 2,7 second feel of the puhhc waters of the State of Nevada Diversion la to be made IVam an underground rourec al a point located within the Sfik NWS Section 23, T 24S R 9E M D B A M, or al a point (Vom whiek the N^ corner of said Sertion 23 bears N. 45* E a distance of 212,13 feet Water will be used for domestic and Irrigation purposes fi^m January 1st lo December 31st of eech year. Pate of nrat publication Eeb 13. 1979 Date of last publleatien Mar, 13. 1979 Signed William J Newmgn Stale Ingiaeer H-rk 13. 20, 27, Mar 13, I9T9 In Tkc BUkih Judicial pUtrict CMirt of the Stale of Nevada In end fer thc County of Clerk nWEP Jen, IT,4:MPM-7| UORCTTA BOWMAN, CURK BY Jt;ANn'A MOVER CASE NO 0 UR In tke Mettcref Perenlel RIfkU ei to, labyROOSRTHROWVR. Minor TO raANK THROWCR. tkc a I leged fetker ef tke ihevc named minor: and TO All perieaa elilming le be fetker of teld miner YOU. AND EACH Or YOU. ARE HERKBY NOTinEPIkettkere kas been filed in tkc above entilfed Court a Petition'praying for Ike lermlnellon of perenlel rights over tke above named minor person, and tkat the said Petition kM been set for hearing before this Court at the Courtroom thereof, al Las Vegas In Ike County of Clark, State of Nevada on thc ISth day of March, IBT9. at 900 a m, al whick lime and place you are requested to he present ifyeu desire to oppoic the said Petition DATED this ]ih day ef January. 1979 LORETTA BOWMAN County Clerk BY JUANITA MOVER. Peputy iSEALl H Jan 23. .10. Feb 13. 1979 In Ihc Eighth Judicial Pislrirt Court nf the State of Nevada, In and For tbeCounty of Clark No D9979 SUK CHA Jl ELROD. Plaintiff VS RICHARD KCITH EIROP. Defendant SUMMONS THE STATE OF NEVAPA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE NAMEP DEFENDANT You are hereby summoned and required to serve upon EDWARP WEIN.STEIN ESQ, plaintiff's attorney. wtMse address is 2309 Las Vegai Blvd S Las Vegas, Nevada, • 9104. en answer to t^ Compleint wMeh Is lierewKh aereed upon ywti, within 20 days after service of this Summons upon you, enclusive of the day of service If you fail In do so, )ud|ment by default will be taken against you for the relief de mended in the Complaint This action i s brouchl to recover 4 judgment dissolving the bonds of matrimony presently eiistinK bet ween vou and the PlaintifT LORETTA BOWMAN, Clerk of Court Bv LOUELLA MYERS. Dep,u>v Clerk DATE February S. IQTt H Feb 13.20. 27. Mer n, 1979In the Eighth Judicial Dtstrirt Court of the State of Nevada. In and For the County ef Clark No DRBV KWANG MYONG CHOI Plaintiff VS CHUNG HEE tn CHOI, Defendant SUMMONS THF STATF r,t NtVAPA SENDS GREETIN(,S TO THE ABOVE NAMEP PEKKNPANT You are hereby summoned nd required to serve upon EDWiRp WEINSTEIN ESQ. plaintiff's al torney. whose address Is 2.10J Las Vems Blvd S Las Vegas, Nevada RBKM an answer to the Complaint which IS herewith served upon you, within 20 davs after service of this Summons upon ynu eiclusivc of •he day ef servire If you fail to do so. judgment by default will be taken against ynu fnr the relief de mended in the Complaint This action is brought to rerover a ludgment dissolving the bonds of matrimony presently olsting bet ween you and the plaintiff (SEAL) l.ORfTTA BOWMAN, Clerk of Court By MARSHA PAPILLA. Deputy lerk PATf Februery %. 1079 HFeb 1,1, 20, 27, Mar IT l7ll In thc Eighth Judicial District Court of the Slate of Nevada In and rer the County of Clark No vtm CHONG CHA rAK MILLER, PUintiff VS MARVIN RAY MILLER. Defendant SUMMONS THE STATE or NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT You arc hereby summoned and rcautred to serve upon EPWARD WflNSTEIN ESQ plaintiff's at temey, whose address Is 2309 Las Vegas Blvd .So Las Vegas. Nevada. 9109, en answer to the Complaint vMcB le ktrevttk served upon yti. wltkin 20 days after service oTtkis Summons upon you. eiclusive of Ike day of servire If you fail to do so Judgment bv default will be taken against ynu for tke relief de manded in the Complaint This action IS broughtterecovere Judgment dissolving tke bonds ef matrimony presently eilsting between peu and the PleiMtff fSEAU LORETTA BOWMAN, Clerk of Court By MARSHA PAPILLA Deputy Clerk PATf febniery J, IBTB H reb 13. n r. Nir 113, II7 NH4 Tuesday, Febniary IS, IfW Action People r.-l>x .4^<' •y Fie Nym. Corporation has filed application for transfer nf cnntrol November 1, 1B78 to ne* biiard of InHees, same corporation Prop osed trustees are Jack G French, Ann M Prenrh Alice B Andrews. James S Cnldring Peg Onldnng, Gilbert Wilde. Manin B.BrTTA POWMAN. CLPRK BY AHARON ANPCRSON No AlTrnOEPT NO IS MAX CORSDN. Plaintiff VS ROXANA VAN HOITON ROBERT VAN HOLTON and ROBERTO AVILA Defendant Sl'MMl^NS THC STATE OF NEVADA SENDS ORtrriNGS TO THE ABOVE NAMED DtPtNPANT You are herctiy suinmnned and reijuired to serve upon BELL LEAVITT t GREEN, CTD. plaintifrs attorney, •hose address IS Ml % Bridgcr, Las Vegas, Nevada an answer to ike Cnmplaint wkirk It kerewith served upon you. •itkin JO days after service eftkit Summons upon you. etclusivc •( tkc dey ef service If you fall le 4e >o, iudfaeni by defeult viti ke taken efeinsi ytm fer tke relief a*^ manded in the Conpleint Monies due and on( ISEALl lORETTA aOWMAN. Clerk •' Court By Oehofak Doison DeptKT Clerk DATI Merck 10, im irtk.u,ii,r.Hr •.II. ma son, is one of three students from the State of Oregon chosen to attend "Thc Presidential Classroom for Young Americans" to be held in Washington. DC, from February 24 through March 1 this year The purpose of this classroom, in the form of a seminar • workshop, is to acquaint outstanding students with the importance of becoming involved in government and also their responsibility in helping to mam tain a True Democratic Form of Government The Classroom includes lectures, recep tions. meetings with members of their respective Representatives and Senators, They will attend Congress in session and alsovisitvarious government agencies and places of historic interest. Some 2.000 students are expected to attent this classroom. Since each student is responsible for his or her expenses, to include tuition, transportation to and from Washington, and lodging, a number of Civic organizations of Scio have contributed to this project through a special fund Miss Keeth is a junior at Scio High School, where she is active in drama and is president of the Scio Chapterof the Thespian Society She is also a member of the 4-H Club and was chairperson for the 1978 Homecomingcoronation. Her grandmother said that Laura Anne was born in Henderson as the family had lived here at one time. The proud grandmother has been a local resident since 1952, PARKS BOARD TO MEET ON O'CALLAGHAN PARK A special meeting of the city parks and recre ation board was scheduled for tonight at 6 p m in the planning commission chambers to discu.ss the dedication of O'Callaghan park An invitation to Laura Jean Miller ani) Dorothy Vondenbrink to attend the meeting has been extended. Both have agreed to assist in the dedication event The board will further discuss a possible gazebo at the city park at a meeting on March 6, Tom Newman, recreation supervisor, informed the board mem bert at a meeting held recently of all the activities scheduled during the 1979 NRPS conference to be held in Henderson on March 29, 30, and 31. Director Dundee Jones requested that the board look over the same ordinances of tree plant ings and see how each of them feel it would apply to the City of Hendersn He explained that if the city adopted a simi> lar ordinance the city would be eligible to receive "USA Tree City" recognition The requirements are a parks oriented body and that for every public tree within the city there is one dollar represented in the parks budget. The only eligibility requirement that the city doesn't have is an ordinance. The deadline for applying is Dec. 31. Henderson Home News. Henderson. Nevada ro9S Tuesday, february 13,1979 mmBeemmmmmmi Inquiring Camera Girl 'Deor Family Style' Gets Uiiderwoy at McCow School ly n IqymeH TOOiVS QUESTION: WHAT DO YOV THIf^K OF TODArs 4VTOMOBIUS(G000 OH BAD) AND WHAT IS YOVR CURRENT FAVORITE HAKE? f:XPL4iy WHY! SUSAN KINGBN Homemaker '~~'I thoroughly enjoy my car which happens to be a Mercedes Benz 450 SL. It is terrific with perfect performance It is worth the price with good steel, safety features, sturdy body, and neat looking lines. It is substantial enough to last forever. For me, it is unbeatable! EMILY HIMES Gotcha Covered Tee Shirts Proprie'or 1 fed yestcniay's cars were better built with a highergrade of steel and chrome! Today's body styles are svelte, sleek and obtain the over-all safety features wnicn I think is a vast improve-' ment, I prefer the Toyota since I have had a perfect four year experience with one. Another "goodie" on my chart is the Datsun, I prefer the compacts, especially the above makes. SHARON ASHE Amway sales and homemaker • My dream car would be the BuickLa Sabre and I wish I were lucky enough to ownone Idon'tthinkthe steel in today's cars is as sturdy as yesterdays but thc safety, comfort, and styling features have been improved DAVID LOPEZ DAUGHTER-AMANDA) Stauffcr Chemical Operator • I own a 1977 Ford and I am disappointed in it The body work in yesterday's make of cars was more substantial, better built, and more mechanically sound. If I chose a 1979 car. I think I would go for rhevrolet this time! NOTE: Interviews were conducted at Albertson's Supermarket. Boulder Highway. Henderson! NOTE: The general consensus on the small poll is that yesterday's cars had the better steel and sturdiness. With population expansion, the steel has been thinned out but safety, style and comfort features arc up-graded. Designers and mechanical engineers are always looking for improvement. With fading transportation, the car has become a necessity in most cities. All makes of different years have their "highs and lows" but one thing that stays "high and that is the "price." Who can argue with a Mercedes Benz? Wishing well. Gordon McGaw Elementary School started a program Monday to encourage stu.dents to read It is called "Dear Family Style" and the object is to get families to drop everything at a particular moment and either read to or with their children for a 15 minute period. "Every classroom at the school will also be participating in this program." explained Principal Neil Twitchell, "as well as thc secretaries and myself. The teachers and students will be reading the first 15 minutes following lunch," he explained. And February 14 has been set aside as "I love to read" day. Both the "Dear Family Style" and the classroom reading will continue through a nine week period five days a week. Twitchell explained that there will be a card which families can (ill out. verifying they have read together five days a week for the nine week period and then, at the finish of the program, certificates will be awarded. The children have also made posters and the top posters chosen from thc different classroom.s will be displayed around the city. Twitchell hopes that after reading for a pre scribed amrfunt of time, children will rontinur reading, either on their own or with their families, and continue finding the joys of read ing The oldest existing town of the thirteen originil American colonies is Albany, New York, first reiched bv the French in 1540. Take stock in AmericaBuy l'.S. Savings Bonds. Home Owner Loans AUIO-fQUiPMENT-BUSINESS (at mciie) ^2,S00... 10 $25,000 NO BROKER FEES TO MAKE A LOAN NEVADA FIRST THRIFT HENDERSON ""^r'' 11} lUijM nSTUMBAU ISMI, HteiaMII 3aa-tz ara-'iTia 7312040 L S DARIEL ELLINGBURG CIIfD R LITE COMPANY I prefer the Ford Mustang and am lucky enough to own one and receive^ good service from it I believe today's cam arc as well made as yetitrrdays. and feel they are.-improving in style, safety features and ga4fts.Itismyviewtbat the Ford Company comes out with fine cars with substantial fea-' tv^saseruie. Pharmacy RED FOIL HEART IB. S4,45 SATIN HEART :LB. Sll.:5 ^CANDIES ASSORTED CHOCOLATES I LB. S3.S0 HRS. B-Sai MON^T. SUN. U 8MCHC PH. 5IHffl24 i PRESimS HENREDON'S Annual Winter Upholstery Sale Save 20% On Special Order Vphoktery and Stock Item*. iVow thnmgh Mvrk I Ve ne dao offerisg tbe lue ule from tiieae uphokteiy liDea: • nx)fii Fgnuwe wYu COACH • sAiA scon

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1 lEGAlNOTKI Nonrp or APpurATiON FOR fRMlSSION TO APFROraiATt THB PUBLIC WATERS Of THC STATI or NBVAOA rEIRl'ARYT, \m A|f)l ir waicrt trtko iKir ofNrvadt Divrrsionii|^44 Oom it\ vndrrciouRd *ratt< M point lort>i wiihin tkf NKttNVH Sfflion J3. T 24N R Sie K D t. M or l point from mhtth itm NE romtr of Mid SoftioB 23 bctrt N 4V t dittanrr cf 213 13 fwt W^frr win br UM4 fer^omcMir n4 irrniion purpoMs tVoni January M IP [>rmbr 3It of e|t V^tr of l,it pijbliratlM Mr II. IBTt Signrrj Vt^iiamJ Ntwma Si4 tngtnrtt H Ffb 13, 20 r Mar n. irrf Is ihf {Hihlk JM4ifIfl Dlilrtft Cnun of the Siai of Nv4. fn jnit for tti reunty of Clark Mn nllT MARGARET WILLIAMSON-, Plainliir VS JON RICBARD WILUAMSON. tkfn4#iit {iV*rONS THE STATE Of NEVAPA SENDS CBEETINGS TO THE ABOVE VAMED DEFENDANT Voy are hf rchv vummnnrd and rrwirf (J to wrvf upon Ml'RlEl D dfier(entire ofikiv SumMonauMii vnw.rtrlgtlvf ofihr dayof tervirr If ^ou fjiltodn so ludfmeni by^f fiih will he uk*n 4falni you fbr ihr relief ifemandrd In tke Cem pidiii This I.V an art inn to 4iiaelve tkt bond* of matrimony heretofore an4 no* rxistim between yog and lb* Plainiiff. iSEAl.) LOBETTA BOWMAN. Clerk of Court % RlfBlCf A WITT Depgty Clerk DATt rirry, IP? H Peb 13. 27, Mar 13. 17 Jo the ^i(Mh Jurt"!!' t(Mrlft Courtaf the State of Nevada. In ini For the County of Grk vo vtm VONSILYirENNtLLY. Platntiff VS OlNf: HAMMONn rENEtlV Defendant SUMMONS THE STATE Of NEVADA SENDS CfPEETTNOS TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT You re hereby summoned jnd required to serve upon EDWARD WflNSTEIN ESQ plaintifrs al •nrnes whose addreos is 2301 ta Ve(a> Blvd S. La.< Vefat. Nevada •im. an anwrer to the Complaint which 1^ herewith served upon yoi(. within 20 days jiter tefvicc Of tkis Summons upfln you eirluslve of the (Jay of servirr If you fail to do -o Judcment by default will he Ukf'n idjinsi you for the relief de mandert in the Coo'pUint Thf action IS hrought to recover a lUHitmenl dusolunc the bonds of matrimony present!* edtting hl ween vou and the PUinllff iSEAli lOBETTA BOWMAN Clerk of Co hereby given Hat on the Mh diiy of January H7k, Cirnrtt Posfiirini of Lai> Veg^s State of Nevada m^de ;ipplir4tion to the Slate tnjineer of "Jev^Ha for per mis,i(in In appropriate OOOt of a •letond foot of the publie waters of the ^l^•e of Nevada PtverMon islo be iiHde froir ^n und'rjrotjnd sovrrv 4i j pniiu lorated vMhin tkc Ml VW.. Sertion IH T 2IS R ir MOB M or at a pcl^t from whifh the Wl< rorner of i(ld Sertmn 3 beirv s 17" 10 IV distance orttS? lee) W.ilerwlllhc used 'or qua'I mumnpal anil dome lie purpnsev from Janttaiy 'I to f'Kemher list ofearh year r'4ie of fir I pub! ir^i inn January 1( lu-a rate o( Usi pvhiifjtion february 13 irt (s. Roland I We le'card '-me Engineer H.Ian I 21 30 • >(< • p irt In the Eighth Ju4trtal Plslrlrt '""'(ft of the 'tale of Nevada !n 4iid For the Ceuniyof Cl*rk "s" DtiEl f UMIERHEA Bl RK plaintiff V"inWABOBfRK rielendaii .^I.'MMN5 THE TATf op NfVAPA SEMI'S '•.Hl!^Tl^^s TO THE ABOVE NAMED DIPENPANT Vo'i tre herehv sunimoned an f matrimony now and kerelofore es isling between you and the Plain tiff, and for ftirther relief as is more fOlly set forth in the Complaint on flie herein LORETTA BOWMAN. Clerk of Cogr< Bv.lOUELLA MYERS Deputy Clerk iSEAL) DATE Januarv24 1979 H Jan .10. reb 13. jn 27 |97t NOTfCK. ny ArrilCATION KOR PERMISSION TO APPROPRIATE THE PUBLIC WATFRS OK THE •^TATEOK NEVADA KtBRUARY T. 1979 Applir.|lion Nn .14131} Not ire 1herel^v given thit on the IRtb d-v of r>erember. ir. Clyde R Isabpll of l.er ,llsi of each veai, 0le of (irst pybtirailon Feh 13, 1179 Date of last fMKtion Mr |), ivn Signed VilhimJ Newman Slate Engineer H Feh P 20 27 Mar 13 197 NOTKf "F APrilfATION rOR PERMIS'ilON TO APPROPRIATE THE PUBLIC WATERS OP THE STATE OP NEVADA FERRfARY 7. irt Application N'o 'l.'UM2 Notice IS hereby given that on the athdayof September 1977. Jojn M Clementu of Costi Mesa SMIe of. California made application to the Stale Enginer' of Nevada for per mission in ipprnpntie ; 7 • ^fofnf feet of the publir watersoflhe Slate of Nevada Diversion is In be made from an underground source at point located within the i-f^ SE'^a >>ertionl7 T 14S R RSE MDB* M or at a point from wrhirfc the SE corner of said .Seelion 17 beers S ir07' to W, a distaneeof IMfeet Wter will be used for irrigation and domestic purposes from January Isl to December 31st gf each year Del' of nrti pklteel*n Peb |3 ir Pal' of laai pahlkeitor Mer i:* irt Stgned WilHamJ Newman Stele Engineer In 1136 tfter* wi ivipiMi tf wrtr $n mlHiflWl UGAINOTKE In the Eighth Judlelfl pislrlct Court of the State of NeviH*. In end For Ike Ceuntyef Clerk No Tmu ADCLA MORALES CA*TILU> y •UMONTI, Plklntiff, VS • BENIGNO CASTILLO V MONRKAL, Detendant SUMMONS TMI STATE or NEVAPA SKND8 GREETINGS TO THE ABOVfNAWED DEFENDANT You are hereby summoned 9n4 required to serve upon EPWARD WEINSTEIN. CHARTERKD. plaintiffs attorney, whose addrete Is 2308 Las Vegas Blvd S,, Lt( Vegas. Nevada 0104 an answer ta the Complaint which is kerewltk served upon you. withi* )0 days after service of this Summons upon yeu. ecluive of the day of lervlee if you fail to do so. judgmeat ky defautt will be taken against yev hr tke relief demanded to the Com plainl This action Is breufht to rerover • ludgment dissolving the bonds of matrimony presently eiisting between you and the Plaintiff LORETTA BOWMAN. Clerk •( Court By MARGARET MINSTER. Deputy CTerk (SEAL) DATE January 9. ItTt HPeb 0. MM, 27. Mar I|T In the Eighth ludicial District CouH nf the Slate of Nevada In and For the County of Clark FIIED JAN 24 4 42 PM 1979 .' LORETTA BOWMAN. CLERK BY MARSHA PADILLA CASE NO n.19l In the Matter nf Parental Rights as to Babv Boy VELASIJl'EZ. a Minor Nonot TO The natural father of the above named minor, and TO All persons riatminf to be the father of said minor YOl' ANDKACHOFYOC ARE HEREBY NOTinED Ihatlhere has been filed in Ike above entitled Court a Petilien praying for tke termination of parental rigktsover the <^ovc named minor person and tl)jt the said Petition has been set fnr Heirinchefore ibis Court, al the Coertroom thereof at I a> Vega*, in the County of Clark. Slate of Nevada on the ,TOth day of March. 1979 .It 9 on a m al which time and plare you are requested to be pres rnt if vou desire tn oppose tkc Hid Peiilion DATED this 24 day of January. 1979 lORETTA BOWMAN. County Clerk BY MARSHA PAPILLA. Deputy LSCAL) HJan TO Peb 11,20, IfTt In ihc f;if:hth Judicial District Tour' of the Slate of Nevada In and For the County of Clark fUED .IAN 2,1 II 41 AM 79 LORETTA BOWMAN CLERK BY MARGARET MINSTER CASE NO DflBOl In the Matter of Ike Parental Rlgktt as lo KATHRVN MARIE KEE^R, a Minor NOTICE TO ANTHONVMEULLER, natural father of the above named miner. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTTFIEP that there has been filed in the above entitled Court a Petition fer' Termination of Parental Rigkis over the above named minor person fnd that the Petition has been ,s#t for hearing before this Court, at the Courtroom thereof in Depart meot No in the County of OTtr\i on TuesH.,y March 27, 1979, ,it'hehourof9nOa m at whirh time and piece you arc required to be prosent, if you desire to oppose the Peliiion DATED this 2.ifd day of January. 179 lOPtTTA B"WMAN. Clerk BY MARGARET MINSTER • IKCAL) HJan 10. feh 1.1,20, i79 IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL PIS Twa COURT or THE STATE OP NEVAPA IN AND FOR THE COtTNTY OF CLARK riLCD FEB 2 4 OR PM '79 LOBETTA BOWMAN, rUERK BY RUTH DOWD CASE NO B2 le tkc Matter of the Estate of PETER V MORAN NOTICE or rrriTioN POR SET TLEMENT op riRST AND FINAL ACCOUNT APPLICATION FOR ATTORNEYS rEES APPROVAl or SALE or PEPRECIATINr, PERSON AL PROPEBTY AN D FOR DISTRIPITION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tkt RALPH L PENTON. Evoeulor of •he Estate of PETER V MORAN has rendered and presented for set llement and Hied in said Court, kis First .,nd Final Areouni of his ad minivtraiion of said estate, that Friday tkc IMh day of February ant being a day of regular >csslon of .j)d Court, at 9,10 a m at tke Cyiurtroom of said Court, tn tke City of I as Vegas. County of Clark, Stele of Nevada, kas been fled by sld Court for the settlement nf tald K coum and hearing said Petition for Pistribution of said estate. Appli cation (or Attorney recs and Ap proval of Sal* of Dcpreeiating Per ional Frepeity. at vkick time and place all peraens intereated In Mid estate may appear and akew cauae, if any tkey k<. vky aeid Petition shetild M be rn(ed end seid ee count skould net be settled, al lowed and approved DATED this 2 dy ef rebmery. 1979 LORrrTA BOWMAN. Clerk By RUTH DOWP. 0*Bty Clerk (SEAL) H rrb 13 20. 27 Mar •. 13 IBTt H Ftk 1,11, iffTB UGAINOTKE NOTICE or APFLICATION FOR rciuqssiON TO ArntoPRiATE va fuBue WATCRs or THE STAnOrNIVApA FTBRUARyrnHB Appliration Ne, UMl Notice is hereby ^n tkll on the 22Dd day of August ItH. James SnaadI of Las Vegei Rtale of Nevada made applicitlon'le the Slate Engineer of Nevgdi for per mission to appropriate 2,7 second feel of the puhhc waters of the State of Nevada Diversion la to be made IVam an underground rourec al a point located within the Sfik NWS Section 23, T 24S R 9E M D B A M, or al a point (Vom whiek the N^ corner of said Sertion 23 bears N. 45* E a distance of 212,13 feet Water will be used for domestic and Irrigation purposes fi^m January 1st lo December 31st of eech year. Pate of nrat publication Eeb 13. 1979 Date of last publleatien Mar, 13. 1979 Signed William J Newmgn Stale Ingiaeer H-rk 13. 20, 27, Mar 13, I9T9 In Tkc BUkih Judicial pUtrict CMirt of the Stale of Nevada In end fer thc County of Clerk nWEP Jen, IT,4:MPM-7| UORCTTA BOWMAN, CURK BY Jt;ANn'A MOVER CASE NO 0 UR In tke Mettcref Perenlel RIfkU ei to, labyROOSRTHROWVR. Minor TO raANK THROWCR. tkc a I leged fetker ef tke ihevc named minor: and TO All perieaa elilming le be fetker of teld miner YOU. AND EACH Or YOU. ARE HERKBY NOTinEPIkettkere kas been filed in tkc above entilfed Court a Petition'praying for Ike lermlnellon of perenlel rights over tke above named minor person, and tkat the said Petition kM been set for hearing before this Court at the Courtroom thereof, al Las Vegas In Ike County of Clark, State of Nevada on thc ISth day of March, IBT9. at 900 a m, al whick lime and place you are requested to he present ifyeu desire to oppoic the said Petition DATED this ]ih day ef January. 1979 LORETTA BOWMAN County Clerk BY JUANITA MOVER. Peputy iSEALl H Jan 23. .10. Feb 13. 1979 In Ihc Eighth Judicial Pislrirt Court nf the State of Nevada, In and For tbeCounty of Clark No D9979 SUK CHA Jl ELROD. Plaintiff VS RICHARD KCITH EIROP. Defendant SUMMONS THE STATE OF NEVAPA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE NAMEP DEFENDANT You are hereby summoned and required to serve upon EDWARP WEIN.STEIN ESQ, plaintiff's attorney. wtMse address is 2309 Las Vegai Blvd S Las Vegas, Nevada, • 9104. en answer to t^ Compleint wMeh Is lierewKh aereed upon ywti, within 20 days after service of this Summons upon you, enclusive of the day of service If you fail In do so, )ud|ment by default will be taken against you for the relief de mended in the Complaint This action i s brouchl to recover 4 judgment dissolving the bonds of matrimony presently eiistinK bet ween vou and the PlaintifT LORETTA BOWMAN, Clerk of Court Bv LOUELLA MYERS. Dep,u>v Clerk DATE February S. IQTt H Feb 13.20. 27. Mer n, 1979In the Eighth Judicial Dtstrirt Court of the State of Nevada. In and For the County ef Clark No DRBV KWANG MYONG CHOI Plaintiff VS CHUNG HEE tn CHOI, Defendant SUMMONS THF STATF r,t NtVAPA SENDS GREETIN(,S TO THE ABOVE NAMEP PEKKNPANT You are hereby summoned nd required to serve upon EDWiRp WEINSTEIN ESQ. plaintiff's al torney. whose address Is 2.10J Las Vems Blvd S Las Vegas, Nevada RBKM an answer to the Complaint which IS herewith served upon you, within 20 davs after service of this Summons upon ynu eiclusivc of •he day ef servire If you fail to do so. judgment by default will be taken against ynu fnr the relief de mended in the Complaint This action is brought to rerover a ludgment dissolving the bonds of matrimony presently olsting bet ween you and the plaintiff (SEAL) l.ORfTTA BOWMAN, Clerk of Court By MARSHA PAPILLA. Deputy lerk PATf Februery %. 1079 HFeb 1,1, 20, 27, Mar IT l7ll In thc Eighth Judicial District Court of the Slate of Nevada In and rer the County of Clark No vtm CHONG CHA rAK MILLER, PUintiff VS MARVIN RAY MILLER. Defendant SUMMONS THE STATE or NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT You arc hereby summoned and rcautred to serve upon EPWARD WflNSTEIN ESQ plaintiff's at temey, whose address Is 2309 Las Vegas Blvd .So Las Vegas. Nevada. 9109, en answer to the Complaint vMcB le ktrevttk served upon yti. wltkin 20 days after service oTtkis Summons upon you. eiclusive of Ike day of servire If you fail to do so Judgment bv default will be taken against ynu for tke relief de manded in the Complaint This action IS broughtterecovere Judgment dissolving tke bonds ef matrimony presently eilsting between peu and the PleiMtff fSEAU LORETTA BOWMAN, Clerk of Court By MARSHA PAPILLA Deputy Clerk PATf febniery J, IBTB H reb 13. n r. Nir 113, II7 NH4 Tuesday, Febniary IS, IfW Action People r.-l>x .4^<' •y Fie Nym. Corporation has filed application for transfer nf cnntrol November 1, 1B78 to ne* biiard of InHees, same corporation Prop osed trustees are Jack G French, Ann M Prenrh Alice B Andrews. James S Cnldring Peg Onldnng, Gilbert Wilde. Manin B.BrTTA POWMAN. CLPRK BY AHARON ANPCRSON No AlTrnOEPT NO IS MAX CORSDN. Plaintiff VS ROXANA VAN HOITON ROBERT VAN HOLTON and ROBERTO AVILA Defendant Sl'MMl^NS THC STATE OF NEVADA SENDS ORtrriNGS TO THE ABOVE NAMED DtPtNPANT You are herctiy suinmnned and reijuired to serve upon BELL LEAVITT t GREEN, CTD. plaintifrs attorney, •hose address IS Ml % Bridgcr, Las Vegas, Nevada an answer to ike Cnmplaint wkirk It kerewith served upon you. •itkin JO days after service eftkit Summons upon you. etclusivc •( tkc dey ef service If you fall le 4e >o, iudfaeni by defeult viti ke taken efeinsi ytm fer tke relief a*^ manded in the Conpleint Monies due and on( ISEALl lORETTA aOWMAN. Clerk •' Court By Oehofak Doison DeptKT Clerk DATI Merck 10, im irtk.u,ii,r.Hr •.II. ma son, is one of three students from the State of Oregon chosen to attend "Thc Presidential Classroom for Young Americans" to be held in Washington. DC, from February 24 through March 1 this year The purpose of this classroom, in the form of a seminar • workshop, is to acquaint outstanding students with the importance of becoming involved in government and also their responsibility in helping to mam tain a True Democratic Form of Government The Classroom includes lectures, recep tions. meetings with members of their respective Representatives and Senators, They will attend Congress in session and alsovisitvarious government agencies and places of historic interest. Some 2.000 students are expected to attent this classroom. Since each student is responsible for his or her expenses, to include tuition, transportation to and from Washington, and lodging, a number of Civic organizations of Scio have contributed to this project through a special fund Miss Keeth is a junior at Scio High School, where she is active in drama and is president of the Scio Chapterof the Thespian Society She is also a member of the 4-H Club and was chairperson for the 1978 Homecomingcoronation. Her grandmother said that Laura Anne was born in Henderson as the family had lived here at one time. The proud grandmother has been a local resident since 1952, PARKS BOARD TO MEET ON O'CALLAGHAN PARK A special meeting of the city parks and recre ation board was scheduled for tonight at 6 p m in the planning commission chambers to discu.ss the dedication of O'Callaghan park An invitation to Laura Jean Miller ani) Dorothy Vondenbrink to attend the meeting has been extended. Both have agreed to assist in the dedication event The board will further discuss a possible gazebo at the city park at a meeting on March 6, Tom Newman, recreation supervisor, informed the board mem bert at a meeting held recently of all the activities scheduled during the 1979 NRPS conference to be held in Henderson on March 29, 30, and 31. Director Dundee Jones requested that the board look over the same ordinances of tree plant ings and see how each of them feel it would apply to the City of Hendersn He explained that if the city adopted a simi> lar ordinance the city would be eligible to receive "USA Tree City" recognition The requirements are a parks oriented body and that for every public tree within the city there is one dollar represented in the parks budget. The only eligibility requirement that the city doesn't have is an ordinance. The deadline for applying is Dec. 31. Henderson Home News. Henderson. Nevada ro9S Tuesday, february 13,1979 mmBeemmmmmmi Inquiring Camera Girl 'Deor Family Style' Gets Uiiderwoy at McCow School ly n IqymeH TOOiVS QUESTION: WHAT DO YOV THIf^K OF TODArs 4VTOMOBIUS(G000 OH BAD) AND WHAT IS YOVR CURRENT FAVORITE HAKE? f:XPL4iy WHY! SUSAN KINGBN Homemaker '~~'I thoroughly enjoy my car which happens to be a Mercedes Benz 450 SL. It is terrific with perfect performance It is worth the price with good steel, safety features, sturdy body, and neat looking lines. It is substantial enough to last forever. For me, it is unbeatable! EMILY HIMES Gotcha Covered Tee Shirts Proprie'or 1 fed yestcniay's cars were better built with a highergrade of steel and chrome! Today's body styles are svelte, sleek and obtain the over-all safety features wnicn I think is a vast improve-' ment, I prefer the Toyota since I have had a perfect four year experience with one. Another "goodie" on my chart is the Datsun, I prefer the compacts, especially the above makes. SHARON ASHE Amway sales and homemaker • My dream car would be the BuickLa Sabre and I wish I were lucky enough to ownone Idon'tthinkthe steel in today's cars is as sturdy as yesterdays but thc safety, comfort, and styling features have been improved DAVID LOPEZ DAUGHTER-AMANDA) Stauffcr Chemical Operator • I own a 1977 Ford and I am disappointed in it The body work in yesterday's make of cars was more substantial, better built, and more mechanically sound. If I chose a 1979 car. I think I would go for rhevrolet this time! NOTE: Interviews were conducted at Albertson's Supermarket. Boulder Highway. Henderson! NOTE: The general consensus on the small poll is that yesterday's cars had the better steel and sturdiness. With population expansion, the steel has been thinned out but safety, style and comfort features arc up-graded. Designers and mechanical engineers are always looking for improvement. With fading transportation, the car has become a necessity in most cities. All makes of different years have their "highs and lows" but one thing that stays "high and that is the "price." Who can argue with a Mercedes Benz? Wishing well. Gordon McGaw Elementary School started a program Monday to encourage stu.dents to read It is called "Dear Family Style" and the object is to get families to drop everything at a particular moment and either read to or with their children for a 15 minute period. "Every classroom at the school will also be participating in this program." explained Principal Neil Twitchell, "as well as thc secretaries and myself. The teachers and students will be reading the first 15 minutes following lunch," he explained. And February 14 has been set aside as "I love to read" day. Both the "Dear Family Style" and the classroom reading will continue through a nine week period five days a week. Twitchell explained that there will be a card which families can (ill out. verifying they have read together five days a week for the nine week period and then, at the finish of the program, certificates will be awarded. The children have also made posters and the top posters chosen from thc different classroom.s will be displayed around the city. Twitchell hopes that after reading for a pre scribed amrfunt of time, children will rontinur reading, either on their own or with their families, and continue finding the joys of read ing The oldest existing town of the thirteen originil American colonies is Albany, New York, first reiched bv the French in 1540. Take stock in AmericaBuy l'.S. Savings Bonds. Home Owner Loans AUIO-fQUiPMENT-BUSINESS (at mciie) ^2,S00... 10 $25,000 NO BROKER FEES TO MAKE A LOAN NEVADA FIRST THRIFT HENDERSON ""^r'' 11} lUijM nSTUMBAU ISMI, HteiaMII 3aa-tz ara-'iTia 7312040 L S DARIEL ELLINGBURG CIIfD R LITE COMPANY I prefer the Ford Mustang and am lucky enough to own one and receive^ good service from it I believe today's cam arc as well made as yetitrrdays. and feel they are.-improving in style, safety features and ga4fts.Itismyviewtbat the Ford Company comes out with fine cars with substantial fea-' tv^saseruie. Pharmacy RED FOIL HEART IB. S4,45 SATIN HEART :LB. Sll.:5 ^CANDIES ASSORTED CHOCOLATES I LB. S3.S0 HRS. B-Sai MON^T. SUN. U 8MCHC PH. 5IHffl24 i PRESimS HENREDON'S Annual Winter Upholstery Sale Save 20% On Special Order Vphoktery and Stock Item*. iVow thnmgh Mvrk I Ve ne dao offerisg tbe lue ule from tiieae uphokteiy liDea: • nx)fii Fgnuwe wYu COACH • sAiA scon

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mvf ^rfj-^ K*S^^*f *1. rt* J-> '^4 9#t -wt;i* • Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Pft Tuesday, February 13; 1979 CDEDB 'INQUIRING CAMERA GIRl' 1 ly He Raymonrf TODAYS QUESTION: Would you enjoy seeing more 'Equality' performances on all-media shows with sbifsers oftheSergio franchi and Beverly Sills variety with professional Ballroom dancing teams? Explain! MAX TRENNER MEDICAL SCIENCE (NO PIX. UPON REQUEST) Yes! We need a higher quality of entertainment in all-medias. I do not mean we sho^ld discontinue our present type of entertainment, but just to cut down on so tnuch of the same. The American public should be artiscally better informed and a bit more sophisticated. I'm all for updating and enlarging the scope of entertainment NOTE: Interviews were conducted at Albertson's Supermarket, Boulder HighwayHenderson! CAROL ABEL EMPLOYEE Definitely! I would like to see extra quality performers bringing to us a higher standard of entertainment as the type of entertainers mentioned above! KATHY DOBER HOMEMAKER I am a Disco fan and enjoy this brand of today's entertainment however I should like to see ballroom dancingViid high quality singers' adcfed to the programiAJrtg. We could use more variety instead of too much Western and ftiwk! ^^ CLUB & CASINO gP^ ENJOY A OaiCIOUS MEAL FRS ^ W OUR AWARD WINHUNG RESTAURANT .T S ^ M g PRESB\IT THIS COUPON TO CASHIER S I 0*'MYCCTUCI(WAGONONLYTI,B!^ GK DINNER ^* • "| S 1 COUPON PER PERSON • KENO ^v^ SUM\L4RY: The public is pleading for more variety with a return to higher standards in performance. Could this be a suggestion that the pendulum is slowly swinging back to a ^'romantic^^ era? MUMC has much to do (psychologically) with moral standards. This small poll tells its own story! iJ* t'!r DO" • n; > V" 1 COUPON PK PERSON % \ TUES. Wm. & THURS. FQ. 13J4, & 15 S i THELMA TEMPLETON HOMEIVIAKERMost certainly! We enjoy the Lawrence Welk Show and the type of music and performers he presents. I would like to see better singers, good songs and the graceful ballroom teams more often on all-media shows. I just think there is a bit too much Disco even for the young. Let us expose the young to finer performances! MAGNIFICENT HOMES OVERLOOKING THE VEGAS VALLEY 2,3 64 BEDROOMS CUSTOM FEATURES INCLUDED IN PURCHASE PRICE: 0 Wall-to-wall carpeting throughout OForced Air Heat OSodded Front Yards OG.E. Electric Range OAir Conditioning OCE. Dishwasher O Beautiful Hardwood -Kitchen Cabinets ^ bisutated Walls and Ceilings 0 Smoke Alarm 0 Garbage Disposal 0Spacious 2-Car Garage T.V. Outlet 0 All Utilities Underground Vinyl Entry Stainless Steel Sinks O Sewer System 0 Ceramic Tile in Tub • & Shower Street Lights 0 Concrete Drives and Walks OMoen Single Lever Valves HAVE YOU SEEN THIS LADY? if you have, you know that she is part of the Southern Nevada museum. Her costume is a little old fashMpfed as are the other instruments around her. You can see her at t^f'dhl railroad station on Boulder Highway. • • *' THbKLSA G.AKKhir HOMEMAKER You bet I would like to see more quality performances with good singers and ballroom dancingteams. The teams are romantic and we could stand a lit tie more romance and glamour in show business, local and nationally. We lost the glamour of the I940's and I always enjoy seeing the "oldie by goodie" flicks on tele vision!. T~ nRBtACES, DRAPES b TU ROOFS ARE STANDARD M All HOMES f/7OM*54.900 FHA, VA AND CONVENTIONAL FINANCINQ 360 PALO VERDE DRIVE. ACROSS FROM BASIC HIGH SCHOOL / (If v/ HOMES OF /HENDERSON HALCO, INC: 0tfiC9 Open DiUy 10 Wl Dusk •'•'•( 5 BuUdtn Of QutHty Homm Phon$ 564-3593^ .SSWEDDINfi ULU LQLIl'MEM If you can still remember this old type of equipment, or if you've never seen it. you might enjoy a visit to the Southern Nevada Museum m. Henderson at the old railroad depot on Boulder Highway. PROTECT YOUR LOVED ONE* From The Start With lx)w Coot INSURANCE From Kacrchcr Surt money might b tigM at a nw(y wed couple — bwf inMronc* Is on inveitmeni newlywodi titowUn't b without-tM KAfKHER INSURAfKE for the protection jrow need—at a bedget yow con oHord. KAFRCIEK AGENCVi umMU i INSURANCI 72S1ENIITN 3141111 NEED CASH? ttSf THE EQUITY IN YOUR HOME, UNO OR ANI REAL ESTATE, PAID FOR OR NOT, T TO REMODEL-BUILD-PAY TAXES OR CONSOUDATE BILLS FOR YOUR MONEY NEEDS CALL OftATVn MOnrOAU ft lOAK locally owfitd A optrattd '--^ 878-9395 IS10 WJ^hifltMnl Henderson Home News. Henderson. Nevada Basic Boskatboll Though it is being suggested that Ron Montoya may be a likely candidate for 'top basketball coMh of the year" having brought the Wolves to nine victories already this season an astronomical figure compared to past Basic win-loss stats, hit. team is not perfbrmiqC )n top form on a consfsient basis. Although they have beatep such baseball streni^s as Rancho and ChASUUral they also have extreme problems with no stronger teams such as Valley and Clark. Though they put a scare into tough competition Clark Charges Past Basic like Gorman they themselves have been beaten once and played close the second time by basement dweller VoTech. The fact that Basic rests only 2H games out of first place in their division and only ^ game back of third place Las Vegas is accountable to the more even teams this season as the Wolves 61-40 loss to Clark's Chargers was a little less damaging to the Wolves standings as Bonanta the fifth place team in Sunset Division bumped the Wildcats by eleven points 65-54 over the weekend. Boys' Club News Daisy B-B Gun Classes: The second phase of the Daisy B-B Gun Shooting education classes will "begin as soon as enough boys have signed up. Classes will be held in the Boys' Chib library on Wednesday afternoon fhtm 4.30 to 5:30 P.M. Mr. Mike Dougherty will again be the instructor and boys between the ages of 7-13 years old may sign up now in the Boys' Club Program Director's office. For hir|l|%information call ino^Oto or 69. Reintlder to Parents: Parwits are reminded thtt tiie 1979 Boys' Club mMnftrship cards are iook-tfterdue. Members mafimt enter unless their i^ve a new 1979. card with them. Membership dues are $2.00 Rtr.y.^ar for boys and fibO for girls. Lost cards are 50 cents to replace. Applications are available at the Boys' Club. Club Will Close One Day: The Henderson Boys'Club will be closed on Friday, February 16 for the entire day. This is to make preparations for the .Annual Awards Banquet to be held that evening. Normal activities will be resumed on Saturday, February 17. SWATTING AT INFtATION ^oe may blame inflation on tkOK two-legffd creaturM in Waahinfton, but you can alto blame the slxlefgcd variety called iniecta By dc vourinf cropa, jniecti mcrtaae food coal* and eat into our budfeU. ^'-: rXonipeting for our food t "tor* (ban 10,000 kind* of. deatructive Iniecu, tuch m bectlea, fliM, grubi, weevila Md hoppers. Other peatt indudinf tata and tome 1,800 wt^tiet of wecdf aUo attack gp controlling thete thou *Ma of petla, chemical peat|fid help keep food pricaa donrn. According to the U.S. I^>artm*nt of Agriculture, MMovt petttcidea crop proda'etioa, would drop 30 poflent,,^Ketock production woild go down 2S percent, a^A food pncet wouM jump • rtieing unable to get the ball inside as the Clark team on their good inside game extended a six point 20-14 halflime lead. In the second half Basic tried to go after Clark and ended up having the Chargers pass through and slip through their fingers as the slightly quicker Chargers moved it inside ala Vance Spellman who collected twenty points with Randy Gelhart picking up the leftovers on the offensive boards for his fifteen. Basic's guards Perry and Lozano could muster only twenty one points between them and no one else on the team did much better in the loss. The team will be attempting to halt their on again off again hot and cold games this Tuesday when they host Western and again on Friday in a game with Las Vegas. Coach Montoya feels that if the offense is clicking properly then there is no reason why the team shouldn't be in the thick of all their remaining games. Henderson Home News lawndad Jwftt 1, 19SI Publlihed eer Tuexlay and Thurtday marninf a( a Water Street. Hcnderton. Neada WIOS. Ph SMIMI NOUY IINOrr IditM t NMiikar • ManaglM Bdliar 4 Oeaeral Maitaaar Edilerlil Staff Advcniildf Manaeer • BHtineu Manaf!rr and Bookiiec^r tniertd at Ibe pMt omce m HenderMn. Nevada. aa lefond ciait natter en June 1. IWI itaKaifTMM aatt* mui iv*KirTiea — > .. fd —-^ lnl,. r ViMMft. MM^ondUidtot French clothing I ww wnMw CNy IMBBIIBOIMW wwwh^^pwii I ll BASK READY MIX SSRVING HENDERSON i SOULDES CITY Rodio DitpotchMl 7 DAYS A WEEK SATURDAY t SUNDAY DEUVERY NEXT STATE EXAM FOR REAL ESffilE LICENSE FEBRUARY 24,197$ With Education Dynamics Institute yoli-'Can i lose! 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mvf ^rfj-^ K*S^^*f *1. rt* J-> '^4 9#t -wt;i* • Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Pft Tuesday, February 13; 1979 CDEDB 'INQUIRING CAMERA GIRl' 1 ly He Raymonrf TODAYS QUESTION: Would you enjoy seeing more 'Equality' performances on all-media shows with sbifsers oftheSergio franchi and Beverly Sills variety with professional Ballroom dancing teams? Explain! MAX TRENNER MEDICAL SCIENCE (NO PIX. UPON REQUEST) Yes! We need a higher quality of entertainment in all-medias. I do not mean we sho^ld discontinue our present type of entertainment, but just to cut down on so tnuch of the same. The American public should be artiscally better informed and a bit more sophisticated. I'm all for updating and enlarging the scope of entertainment NOTE: Interviews were conducted at Albertson's Supermarket, Boulder HighwayHenderson! CAROL ABEL EMPLOYEE Definitely! I would like to see extra quality performers bringing to us a higher standard of entertainment as the type of entertainers mentioned above! KATHY DOBER HOMEMAKER I am a Disco fan and enjoy this brand of today's entertainment however I should like to see ballroom dancingViid high quality singers' adcfed to the programiAJrtg. We could use more variety instead of too much Western and ftiwk! ^^ CLUB & CASINO gP^ ENJOY A OaiCIOUS MEAL FRS ^ W OUR AWARD WINHUNG RESTAURANT .T S ^ M g PRESB\IT THIS COUPON TO CASHIER S I 0*'MYCCTUCI(WAGONONLYTI,B!^ GK DINNER ^* • "| S 1 COUPON PER PERSON • KENO ^v^ SUM\L4RY: The public is pleading for more variety with a return to higher standards in performance. Could this be a suggestion that the pendulum is slowly swinging back to a ^'romantic^^ era? MUMC has much to do (psychologically) with moral standards. This small poll tells its own story! iJ* t'!r DO" • n; > V" 1 COUPON PK PERSON % \ TUES. Wm. & THURS. FQ. 13J4, & 15 S i THELMA TEMPLETON HOMEIVIAKERMost certainly! We enjoy the Lawrence Welk Show and the type of music and performers he presents. I would like to see better singers, good songs and the graceful ballroom teams more often on all-media shows. I just think there is a bit too much Disco even for the young. Let us expose the young to finer performances! MAGNIFICENT HOMES OVERLOOKING THE VEGAS VALLEY 2,3 64 BEDROOMS CUSTOM FEATURES INCLUDED IN PURCHASE PRICE: 0 Wall-to-wall carpeting throughout OForced Air Heat OSodded Front Yards OG.E. Electric Range OAir Conditioning OCE. Dishwasher O Beautiful Hardwood -Kitchen Cabinets ^ bisutated Walls and Ceilings 0 Smoke Alarm 0 Garbage Disposal 0Spacious 2-Car Garage T.V. Outlet 0 All Utilities Underground Vinyl Entry Stainless Steel Sinks O Sewer System 0 Ceramic Tile in Tub • & Shower Street Lights 0 Concrete Drives and Walks OMoen Single Lever Valves HAVE YOU SEEN THIS LADY? if you have, you know that she is part of the Southern Nevada museum. Her costume is a little old fashMpfed as are the other instruments around her. You can see her at t^f'dhl railroad station on Boulder Highway. • • *' THbKLSA G.AKKhir HOMEMAKER You bet I would like to see more quality performances with good singers and ballroom dancingteams. The teams are romantic and we could stand a lit tie more romance and glamour in show business, local and nationally. We lost the glamour of the I940's and I always enjoy seeing the "oldie by goodie" flicks on tele vision!. T~ nRBtACES, DRAPES b TU ROOFS ARE STANDARD M All HOMES f/7OM*54.900 FHA, VA AND CONVENTIONAL FINANCINQ 360 PALO VERDE DRIVE. ACROSS FROM BASIC HIGH SCHOOL / (If v/ HOMES OF /HENDERSON HALCO, INC: 0tfiC9 Open DiUy 10 Wl Dusk •'•'•( 5 BuUdtn Of QutHty Homm Phon$ 564-3593^ .SSWEDDINfi ULU LQLIl'MEM If you can still remember this old type of equipment, or if you've never seen it. you might enjoy a visit to the Southern Nevada Museum m. Henderson at the old railroad depot on Boulder Highway. PROTECT YOUR LOVED ONE* From The Start With lx)w Coot INSURANCE From Kacrchcr Surt money might b tigM at a nw(y wed couple — bwf inMronc* Is on inveitmeni newlywodi titowUn't b without-tM KAfKHER INSURAfKE for the protection jrow need—at a bedget yow con oHord. KAFRCIEK AGENCVi umMU i INSURANCI 72S1ENIITN 3141111 NEED CASH? ttSf THE EQUITY IN YOUR HOME, UNO OR ANI REAL ESTATE, PAID FOR OR NOT, T TO REMODEL-BUILD-PAY TAXES OR CONSOUDATE BILLS FOR YOUR MONEY NEEDS CALL OftATVn MOnrOAU ft lOAK locally owfitd A optrattd '--^ 878-9395 IS10 WJ^hifltMnl Henderson Home News. Henderson. Nevada Basic Boskatboll Though it is being suggested that Ron Montoya may be a likely candidate for 'top basketball coMh of the year" having brought the Wolves to nine victories already this season an astronomical figure compared to past Basic win-loss stats, hit. team is not perfbrmiqC )n top form on a consfsient basis. Although they have beatep such baseball streni^s as Rancho and ChASUUral they also have extreme problems with no stronger teams such as Valley and Clark. Though they put a scare into tough competition Clark Charges Past Basic like Gorman they themselves have been beaten once and played close the second time by basement dweller VoTech. The fact that Basic rests only 2H games out of first place in their division and only ^ game back of third place Las Vegas is accountable to the more even teams this season as the Wolves 61-40 loss to Clark's Chargers was a little less damaging to the Wolves standings as Bonanta the fifth place team in Sunset Division bumped the Wildcats by eleven points 65-54 over the weekend. Boys' Club News Daisy B-B Gun Classes: The second phase of the Daisy B-B Gun Shooting education classes will "begin as soon as enough boys have signed up. Classes will be held in the Boys' Chib library on Wednesday afternoon fhtm 4.30 to 5:30 P.M. Mr. Mike Dougherty will again be the instructor and boys between the ages of 7-13 years old may sign up now in the Boys' Club Program Director's office. For hir|l|%information call ino^Oto or 69. Reintlder to Parents: Parwits are reminded thtt tiie 1979 Boys' Club mMnftrship cards are iook-tfterdue. Members mafimt enter unless their i^ve a new 1979. card with them. Membership dues are $2.00 Rtr.y.^ar for boys and fibO for girls. Lost cards are 50 cents to replace. Applications are available at the Boys' Club. Club Will Close One Day: The Henderson Boys'Club will be closed on Friday, February 16 for the entire day. This is to make preparations for the .Annual Awards Banquet to be held that evening. Normal activities will be resumed on Saturday, February 17. SWATTING AT INFtATION ^oe may blame inflation on tkOK two-legffd creaturM in Waahinfton, but you can alto blame the slxlefgcd variety called iniecta By dc vourinf cropa, jniecti mcrtaae food coal* and eat into our budfeU. ^'-: rXonipeting for our food t "tor* (ban 10,000 kind* of. deatructive Iniecu, tuch m bectlea, fliM, grubi, weevila Md hoppers. Other peatt indudinf tata and tome 1,800 wt^tiet of wecdf aUo attack gp controlling thete thou *Ma of petla, chemical peat|fid help keep food pricaa donrn. According to the U.S. I^>artm*nt of Agriculture, MMovt petttcidea crop proda'etioa, would drop 30 poflent,,^Ketock production woild go down 2S percent, a^A food pncet wouM jump • rtieing unable to get the ball inside as the Clark team on their good inside game extended a six point 20-14 halflime lead. In the second half Basic tried to go after Clark and ended up having the Chargers pass through and slip through their fingers as the slightly quicker Chargers moved it inside ala Vance Spellman who collected twenty points with Randy Gelhart picking up the leftovers on the offensive boards for his fifteen. Basic's guards Perry and Lozano could muster only twenty one points between them and no one else on the team did much better in the loss. The team will be attempting to halt their on again off again hot and cold games this Tuesday when they host Western and again on Friday in a game with Las Vegas. Coach Montoya feels that if the offense is clicking properly then there is no reason why the team shouldn't be in the thick of all their remaining games. Henderson Home News lawndad Jwftt 1, 19SI Publlihed eer Tuexlay and Thurtday marninf a( a Water Street. Hcnderton. Neada WIOS. Ph SMIMI NOUY IINOrr IditM t NMiikar • ManaglM Bdliar 4 Oeaeral Maitaaar Edilerlil Staff Advcniildf Manaeer • BHtineu Manaf!rr and Bookiiec^r tniertd at Ibe pMt omce m HenderMn. Nevada. aa lefond ciait natter en June 1. IWI itaKaifTMM aatt* mui iv*KirTiea — > .. fd —-^ lnl,. r ViMMft. MM^ondUidtot French clothing I ww wnMw CNy IMBBIIBOIMW wwwh^^pwii I ll BASK READY MIX SSRVING HENDERSON i SOULDES CITY Rodio DitpotchMl 7 DAYS A WEEK SATURDAY t SUNDAY DEUVERY NEXT STATE EXAM FOR REAL ESffilE LICENSE FEBRUARY 24,197$ With Education Dynamics Institute yoli-'Can i lose! 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sssr their wings, and tried to make their lives a lot happier. These Navy men planned parties, they would take all their goodies that had been sent to them from friends and families at home, and they nude ice cream out of a powdered mix of milk and ice cream power. Ice cream was a rare treat for these children. As LeRoy said, it was a delight to see the little one's happy faces. There were two little giris. about the uroe age as his two Daughters at home. Donna A Glenda, they were Barbara & Yvonne French. LeRoy asked the girls if they would like to correspond with his little girls, they did, and a Pen Pal friendship began. LeRoy left England, his duties took him to France, Germany and back to Scotland and then the War was over, he returned home and the Burts resumed a normal Hfe again. The girls continued to correspond for awhile, but other interests came along, the letters became fewer and finally stopped completely. Thirty six years went by. and then an amazing thing happened, the phone rang at the Burts house one afternoon, and a very pleasant voice asked, are you Mrs. LeRoy Burt. was your husband in the Navy and stationed in England. After "Yes" to these questions, the sweet voice said, "1 am one of the Children that Mr. Burt befriended in England, and 1 was a Pen Pal with your daughter Donna." She was so happy to hear that Donna now lives here in Boulder City. The Burts drove into Las Vegas and brought the ladies to Boulder City. Donna & Barbara had a wonderful visit, discussing all the things, that had happened during those 36 years. They had a lot in common, Barbara is a widow as Donna is. Barbara had lived in South Africa for some years \^ where as Donna had spent ] most of her time in/ California. Donna is_^ Artist, Barbara deals in cosmetics. Glenda's Pen • Pal Yvonne, still lives in England, perhaps some day they will meet, this incident proves what a small wortd this can be and wonderful things do happen. FALLOUT SHELTER This is Henderson's fallout shelter that will be used to house the city administration for the running ofthe city in case of attack. At present it is being used for storage. It is located on Lake Mead Drive near Manganese Park. Trustees Postpone Action on Shannon Reinstatement Clark County School District trustees Thursday postponed action on a request for reinstatement by a teacher who was charged with sex offenses. After meeting in a closed personnel session for almost an hour, the trustees took no action on a recommendation that former Basic High School teacher John Shannon be reinsUted. Dr. James Lyman, president of the board, said the trustees would meet again at 5 p.m. Tuesday to discuss the matter. Shannon, 39, was suspended in September, 1976 after he was charged with two counts of lewdnes^ with a minor. The charges were later dismissed in Justice and District courts. A hearing officer recommended last week that Shannon be reinstated and, under state law. Superintendent Claude Perkins was required to accept the recommendation or make a different recommendation to the trustees Thursday. Neither Perkins nor the trustees would comment on the superintendent's recommendation. Several persons who attended the meeting had requested to speak to the trustees before they acted on the Shannon recommendation, but those requests were denied. As the trustees prepared to go into closed personnel session, three women confronted Lyman and asked wt^y they were denied an opportunity to speak. Lyman told the women that he didn't think it would be appropriate for them to speak on the matter, because it might prejudice the trustees. Earlier in the week, a gro'up of some 20 persons picketed the school district headquarters to protest the recommendation that Shannon be reinstated. Phil Prisbrey. a Henderson resident who organized the protest, was one of those who requested to speak at Thursday's meeting. Prisbrey is the father of the two youths who accused the teacher of making sexual advances toward them. 'Yequs de cT^Iih Ladies Rpducmq and Fiqu'oSalon 3 MONTHS FOR ^34.00 Memory Lane WATCH FOR OUR ONE DAY SPECIAL FEB. 14TH FEB14 W M OAYtAI HOURS a 1 m -a p m Mondty ma ^naiy 9 > m-12 noon SMuniiy A BEAUTIFUL UOiES. WATCH FOR THE mU OE MILO MEMBER WITH THE MOST ftlOIT LOST DURING THE MONTH OF FEBIOMr! LOSE POUNDS AND INCHES THIS WEEK! SIGN UP TODAY BE THE LUaY WINNER. BRING THIS AD FOR ONE FREEYtSIT PHONE 458-3020 3771 L DESERT INN RD. KKRTM ASAMMU OH: Cut flowtn ira liktiy to lait longw if you hini tMr wattr daily. DR. DANILO YBAUE is ~ MOVING TO 11 EAST PACinC EFFECTIVE 2-13-79 Tuesday, February 13.1979 PIZZA T *•-<>-.>'.*• '•^ra* Lurhg Club: HAffY HOUR 4 — 6 • f ct'Menu: -HPIZZA^SAUPS^SANDWiatES WmPASTO WDTWT/4 124 Rldri[>t St Dowtowii Hwdir^jj, EM ii Tib Oit OPEN 11 A.M. TIL ? OPEN SUNDAY 2 T6'||b "Wf'rtfl hnuly-RestoiinMf' • • ': i-A-Gamblers Sole Can You Gamble That •What You Want Is Left 50% Regular Price 60%* Regular Price Feb. 15-17 Al Sale Merchandse Feb. 19 21 AISabMei : I I'O Feb. 22-24 Al Sab Meidiandse 70% Regular Price # Pll Sales Final cBSi mariBSDn irapKsra n rBon • Now at Tin Maadom f)ll6Yemays • West CtoilestDn •* • • Hendenon on Boulder Hwy> • Maryiand Square tt. Henderson Home Newt, Henderson, Nevada Bwk Volleyfcail H§9 TllP^tem Warriors hadSFiomething to "vhm" about following fiitlr throe game comelMek win over Valley 7-15, 15^, 15-12 Friday night to take the Southern Zone AAAvoIleybjbl ehamplohship not M the Wolves who ^ • M^laMftAaa nvNUiioii Co|dii Tom Dinardin's teaniailded another win as tfiey were the only Henderson squad able to better the Chargers Fri(^y taking a 45-39 decision for their second win ^ver Clark this season. J Tine team got balanced scor^g which added to an ^cellent defensive effort brought home the win. Eight players scored for Basic's freshman being led by Ray Crunk's ten and nine flrom Chris Heiltclilike Sandoval add|d eight at the post whije Bryce Carr had six.*^ C^ach Dinardin eredite^ hU.bench strength whik^dded twelve poifts 19 bringing the winlnterrange. Joe Neal and^Jlii'in Carducci eack had four in this capacity while Scott Hant^tWKl Mayer added two apiece. CloriiToo]^ MJ.V. The ^nior vanity suffered n^uch the same offensivi trauma as did the varsity with the Chargers taking the short jiimper at the top of the ley and then passing to the driving or posted jTorward when the Wolves extended out front tp stop the short shot Clark ran up a 14-4 first quarter lead and never trailed from that point on..^fter attaining a 23-12 halflime lead Clark extended it farther by spreading out the offense set and then passing the ball back inside. The Charger ran up a 36-19 three quarter lead which went to 55-34 at the final buzzer, the Wolves only bright spots coming from Scott Elliots' good defensive moves in the lane and eight points and eight more tnm John Coons. Jeff Yancey added six additional points oo shots firom the corner and MJke Taylor had five, j 3 • ^ Bade HoniB Valley Ousts Wolves in Zone Net Action 'fm Helen Schneiderman, who fell and broke her leg recently^ ia back home again al :220 Mojave Road in Traiir Estates after being j conrined to Southeri Nevada Memorial Hospital. She aai4 she is doia| "just great whh my cast whkrh starts at the bad of my toes and runs as^igh asyouca(Lgo." were the Viking's first victims in Wednesday's opening round action. The Basic natters playing in the dosing match of Wednesday's four match first round were beaten by the Vikings in two games, 15-11 in the first and in a shut-out 150 on the second. The first game saw the Wolves attempt to muster an offense but continually being turned back by the Viking's Ull Beverly Brunswich who used well aimed spikes and dinks to pepper the Wolves' defense which had difficulty in covering the midcourt against Brunswick's stabs. The Holliday sisters Theresa and Jackie did some important blocking and spiking for Basic Joined by Dana Taylor, Gail Driscoll and Cindy Salisbury. However, too many ofthe Wolves' good hits were picked up by the scrappy Viking defense which was a primary factor in Basic loss to Valley 15-9, 15-7 in action earlier this past season. In the second game the Wolves only managed to take the ball to the service line three times, once on the opening serve, but was unable to handle Valley's serve suffering in both team communication and positioning in the 15-0 loss being unable either to score in their three services. The Vikings went on to take second place in the tourney while third went to the Rancho Rams. Both the first and third place finishers are teams which the Wolves had beaten as two of their seven season wins as Basic posted a .500 record at 7-7 on the way to fourth place in the Sunrise Division. Western, Valley, and Rancho will travel to Reno this coming weekend for the state championships while coach Barbara Chiison and the Wolves varsity hang up their uniforms until the 794X) volleyball season. Of H KIND HEMS FLOOR SHMPLE5. soiLFD mum HEMS & FACTORY CLOSE GUIS SAVE UP TO ANNUAL WHITE ELEPHANT m -: ALL WHITE \ ELEPHANTS MUST BE SOLO REGARDLESS WHITE ELEPHANTS OE PROFIT COME AND GET 'EM-WE DONT WANT 'EM OR LOSS d 1 e ^ L ^HiC^ g jr^^^^^< 1 fHkny ITEMS HOT MEMTI0IIED9 AiVIERICAN FURNITURE 1740 E. CHARLESTON HOURS: DAILY 9-6 • • it" s llMilin '.y MON & FRI. 9-9 SUNDAY 11-5 II! rnffchnndise sub|fcl to pno' saif PHONE 384-5162 4likaHaaaB.iaM^ • ^r

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sssr their wings, and tried to make their lives a lot happier. These Navy men planned parties, they would take all their goodies that had been sent to them from friends and families at home, and they nude ice cream out of a powdered mix of milk and ice cream power. Ice cream was a rare treat for these children. As LeRoy said, it was a delight to see the little one's happy faces. There were two little giris. about the uroe age as his two Daughters at home. Donna A Glenda, they were Barbara & Yvonne French. LeRoy asked the girls if they would like to correspond with his little girls, they did, and a Pen Pal friendship began. LeRoy left England, his duties took him to France, Germany and back to Scotland and then the War was over, he returned home and the Burts resumed a normal Hfe again. The girls continued to correspond for awhile, but other interests came along, the letters became fewer and finally stopped completely. Thirty six years went by. and then an amazing thing happened, the phone rang at the Burts house one afternoon, and a very pleasant voice asked, are you Mrs. LeRoy Burt. was your husband in the Navy and stationed in England. After "Yes" to these questions, the sweet voice said, "1 am one of the Children that Mr. Burt befriended in England, and 1 was a Pen Pal with your daughter Donna." She was so happy to hear that Donna now lives here in Boulder City. The Burts drove into Las Vegas and brought the ladies to Boulder City. Donna & Barbara had a wonderful visit, discussing all the things, that had happened during those 36 years. They had a lot in common, Barbara is a widow as Donna is. Barbara had lived in South Africa for some years \^ where as Donna had spent ] most of her time in/ California. Donna is_^ Artist, Barbara deals in cosmetics. Glenda's Pen • Pal Yvonne, still lives in England, perhaps some day they will meet, this incident proves what a small wortd this can be and wonderful things do happen. FALLOUT SHELTER This is Henderson's fallout shelter that will be used to house the city administration for the running ofthe city in case of attack. At present it is being used for storage. It is located on Lake Mead Drive near Manganese Park. Trustees Postpone Action on Shannon Reinstatement Clark County School District trustees Thursday postponed action on a request for reinstatement by a teacher who was charged with sex offenses. After meeting in a closed personnel session for almost an hour, the trustees took no action on a recommendation that former Basic High School teacher John Shannon be reinsUted. Dr. James Lyman, president of the board, said the trustees would meet again at 5 p.m. Tuesday to discuss the matter. Shannon, 39, was suspended in September, 1976 after he was charged with two counts of lewdnes^ with a minor. The charges were later dismissed in Justice and District courts. A hearing officer recommended last week that Shannon be reinstated and, under state law. Superintendent Claude Perkins was required to accept the recommendation or make a different recommendation to the trustees Thursday. Neither Perkins nor the trustees would comment on the superintendent's recommendation. Several persons who attended the meeting had requested to speak to the trustees before they acted on the Shannon recommendation, but those requests were denied. As the trustees prepared to go into closed personnel session, three women confronted Lyman and asked wt^y they were denied an opportunity to speak. Lyman told the women that he didn't think it would be appropriate for them to speak on the matter, because it might prejudice the trustees. Earlier in the week, a gro'up of some 20 persons picketed the school district headquarters to protest the recommendation that Shannon be reinstated. Phil Prisbrey. a Henderson resident who organized the protest, was one of those who requested to speak at Thursday's meeting. Prisbrey is the father of the two youths who accused the teacher of making sexual advances toward them. 'Yequs de cT^Iih Ladies Rpducmq and Fiqu'oSalon 3 MONTHS FOR ^34.00 Memory Lane WATCH FOR OUR ONE DAY SPECIAL FEB. 14TH FEB14 W M OAYtAI HOURS a 1 m -a p m Mondty ma ^naiy 9 > m-12 noon SMuniiy A BEAUTIFUL UOiES. WATCH FOR THE mU OE MILO MEMBER WITH THE MOST ftlOIT LOST DURING THE MONTH OF FEBIOMr! LOSE POUNDS AND INCHES THIS WEEK! SIGN UP TODAY BE THE LUaY WINNER. BRING THIS AD FOR ONE FREEYtSIT PHONE 458-3020 3771 L DESERT INN RD. KKRTM ASAMMU OH: Cut flowtn ira liktiy to lait longw if you hini tMr wattr daily. DR. DANILO YBAUE is ~ MOVING TO 11 EAST PACinC EFFECTIVE 2-13-79 Tuesday, February 13.1979 PIZZA T *•-<>-.>'.*• '•^ra* Lurhg Club: HAffY HOUR 4 — 6 • f ct'Menu: -HPIZZA^SAUPS^SANDWiatES WmPASTO WDTWT/4 124 Rldri[>t St Dowtowii Hwdir^jj, EM ii Tib Oit OPEN 11 A.M. TIL ? OPEN SUNDAY 2 T6'||b "Wf'rtfl hnuly-RestoiinMf' • • ': i-A-Gamblers Sole Can You Gamble That •What You Want Is Left 50% Regular Price 60%* Regular Price Feb. 15-17 Al Sale Merchandse Feb. 19 21 AISabMei : I I'O Feb. 22-24 Al Sab Meidiandse 70% Regular Price # Pll Sales Final cBSi mariBSDn irapKsra n rBon • Now at Tin Maadom f)ll6Yemays • West CtoilestDn •* • • Hendenon on Boulder Hwy> • Maryiand Square tt. Henderson Home Newt, Henderson, Nevada Bwk Volleyfcail H§9 TllP^tem Warriors hadSFiomething to "vhm" about following fiitlr throe game comelMek win over Valley 7-15, 15^, 15-12 Friday night to take the Southern Zone AAAvoIleybjbl ehamplohship not M the Wolves who ^ • M^laMftAaa nvNUiioii Co|dii Tom Dinardin's teaniailded another win as tfiey were the only Henderson squad able to better the Chargers Fri(^y taking a 45-39 decision for their second win ^ver Clark this season. J Tine team got balanced scor^g which added to an ^cellent defensive effort brought home the win. Eight players scored for Basic's freshman being led by Ray Crunk's ten and nine flrom Chris Heiltclilike Sandoval add|d eight at the post whije Bryce Carr had six.*^ C^ach Dinardin eredite^ hU.bench strength whik^dded twelve poifts 19 bringing the winlnterrange. Joe Neal and^Jlii'in Carducci eack had four in this capacity while Scott Hant^tWKl Mayer added two apiece. CloriiToo]^ MJ.V. The ^nior vanity suffered n^uch the same offensivi trauma as did the varsity with the Chargers taking the short jiimper at the top of the ley and then passing to the driving or posted jTorward when the Wolves extended out front tp stop the short shot Clark ran up a 14-4 first quarter lead and never trailed from that point on..^fter attaining a 23-12 halflime lead Clark extended it farther by spreading out the offense set and then passing the ball back inside. The Charger ran up a 36-19 three quarter lead which went to 55-34 at the final buzzer, the Wolves only bright spots coming from Scott Elliots' good defensive moves in the lane and eight points and eight more tnm John Coons. Jeff Yancey added six additional points oo shots firom the corner and MJke Taylor had five, j 3 • ^ Bade HoniB Valley Ousts Wolves in Zone Net Action 'fm Helen Schneiderman, who fell and broke her leg recently^ ia back home again al :220 Mojave Road in Traiir Estates after being j conrined to Southeri Nevada Memorial Hospital. She aai4 she is doia| "just great whh my cast whkrh starts at the bad of my toes and runs as^igh asyouca(Lgo." were the Viking's first victims in Wednesday's opening round action. The Basic natters playing in the dosing match of Wednesday's four match first round were beaten by the Vikings in two games, 15-11 in the first and in a shut-out 150 on the second. The first game saw the Wolves attempt to muster an offense but continually being turned back by the Viking's Ull Beverly Brunswich who used well aimed spikes and dinks to pepper the Wolves' defense which had difficulty in covering the midcourt against Brunswick's stabs. The Holliday sisters Theresa and Jackie did some important blocking and spiking for Basic Joined by Dana Taylor, Gail Driscoll and Cindy Salisbury. However, too many ofthe Wolves' good hits were picked up by the scrappy Viking defense which was a primary factor in Basic loss to Valley 15-9, 15-7 in action earlier this past season. In the second game the Wolves only managed to take the ball to the service line three times, once on the opening serve, but was unable to handle Valley's serve suffering in both team communication and positioning in the 15-0 loss being unable either to score in their three services. The Vikings went on to take second place in the tourney while third went to the Rancho Rams. Both the first and third place finishers are teams which the Wolves had beaten as two of their seven season wins as Basic posted a .500 record at 7-7 on the way to fourth place in the Sunrise Division. Western, Valley, and Rancho will travel to Reno this coming weekend for the state championships while coach Barbara Chiison and the Wolves varsity hang up their uniforms until the 794X) volleyball season. Of H KIND HEMS FLOOR SHMPLE5. soiLFD mum HEMS & FACTORY CLOSE GUIS SAVE UP TO ANNUAL WHITE ELEPHANT m -: ALL WHITE \ ELEPHANTS MUST BE SOLO REGARDLESS WHITE ELEPHANTS OE PROFIT COME AND GET 'EM-WE DONT WANT 'EM OR LOSS d 1 e ^ L ^HiC^ g jr^^^^^< 1 fHkny ITEMS HOT MEMTI0IIED9 AiVIERICAN FURNITURE 1740 E. CHARLESTON HOURS: DAILY 9-6 • • it" s llMilin '.y MON & FRI. 9-9 SUNDAY 11-5 II! rnffchnndise sub|fcl to pno' saif PHONE 384-5162 4likaHaaaB.iaM^ • ^r

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Tuesday, February 13,1979 Tuesday, Feb. 6, l*7-9a.m. Burton Leon Whitney in, 18, Possession of a •ubitance which may not b introduced into intfitate commerce, Sentenced Fined $300.00. MUNICIPAL COURT Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Frank (NMN) Pavlick, 43, Bench Warrant Pleaded Guilty flned $25.00; Overtime parking, Pleaded Guilty flned $5.00. Charles Lefe Collins, Contempt of Court, Pleaded Guilty Fined $100.00; Failure to pay fine. Ordered to pay previous flne in amount of $80.00. Michael Lynn Page, 18, Possession • property. Pleaded guilty, fined $100.00, John James Hajcak, 28, Fail obtain work card, Pleaded guilty. Credit for time served. Larry (NMN) Gray, 32, Leave scene Occident, Pleaded guilty fined $100.00. QUITTING BUSINESS ENTIRE INVENTORY WILL BE SOLD REGARDLESS OF PRICE! 1/2 Off All Famous Brands Reduced! Everything Must Go Now! YOU SAVE UP TO 75% OFF MANY NEW LOW PRICES! 10 PIECE PIT GROUP $699 POSTIRBED With 2 night stands $299 SLEEPER 3 PIECE KROEHLER IHEADBOARDS TnUHaM RECUNER ^ ^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^1 Choice of color $5 CHEST Fun ii/f $160 MATTRESSi SET $119 BAR frSTOOLS $119 3 PIECE TABLE SFT $159 SOFA 5 PIECE BEDROOM COLONIAL SOFA & LOVESEAT $399 7 PIECE OINEnE OCCASIONAL CHAIR SOFA ft MATCHING ROCXER Sloppy Joe $220 SOFA IrLOVESEAT Velvet Of lofi velvet • Ti Thanks to Bill HlnU of for a real treat here on Joulder City's Boulder Valentine's Day as "Trip" lotes and Keyboards, Ziegler comes to town in susic enthusiasts are in special concert. LEAIINING VOCATION SKILLSouthern Nevada Vocational Technical Center cosmetology student Rosa Zayas, practices hair styling techniques that she will demonstrate to visitors during the 1979 Vocational Week Open House at Vo-Tech, Wednesday, February 14,7 to 9:30 p.m. The public is invited to observe vocational programs offered at the school, located at 5710 Mountain Vista. VO-IICH TO HOLD OPEN HOUSE National Vocational Education Week, February 7 thru 17, will be observed by Southern ^Nevada Vocational Technical Center with an Open House at the school on Wednesday, February 14 from 7 to 9:30 p.m. Vo-Tech opened in 1965 with approximately 350 students. Today 1400 students are-enrolled at the school receiving instructions in their academic classes as well as specializing in a vocational program. Vocational programs are offered in 16 areas. Each vocational class meets for three to five hours per day, five days a week for the students in their junior and senior year. TSnth grade students at the school take courses similar to those offered at o|her high schools, with their elective being in a vocational exploration kind of class. Students and parents interested in f\irther information can call the school or contact Dr. Reid, Director of Admissions. Students desiring to attend VoTech must apply Utter TO THE editor: To The Editor: faXkto iomr of the best insurance agents at once your Stale Farm agent! He's trained to be your car, home, life AND health insurance agent. See or call: H. DAN TAYLOR MS. AGENCY, INC tIAIi >IM INIUIANCI 329 W Lalie Mead Dr. Henderson Bus Ph 365-9743 Res Ph. 458^3571 LUw m good Mighbor, State Fana ia tkcra. Suw^fm Kitur*** ComMnM •HonwODcM BOemnglon irnn It is unbelievable that President Jimmy Carter could make such a mess of so much! IsraeliEgyptian peace? The Iranian situation? The God-less, Red Communist China Fiasco? The energy situation? And on ... and on! I sincerely believe Jimmy Carter should get rid of Energy Secretary James Schlesinger! He is useless! And they should investigate the oil companies! Have you noticed that every to often they say there aite problems ... or a shortage? Then after the prices are raised everything is normal again! Write to President Jimmy Carter and let him know how you feel about his bungling, amateurish actions! Sincerely For Freedom, Rev. Lou Sorabella To The Editor: It is unbelievable that United Farm Workers' Leader, Cesar Chavez, WBQts to keep the Ku Klux Klan from the lettuce fields! He wants his own radical.destructive policies... but rejects the lettuce growers' actions! When will the union hierachy realize that the consumer needs to be consideredf When wages go up... the product prices go up! Let us stop this vicious cycle that is destroying the American economic system! Yours for Freedom Lou Sorabella Rev. Lou Sorabella II Lowrey 'Pop' Concert Here FOUR SEASON CLEANERS SPECIAL 3Skirts Drydeaned for the Price of 2 (GOOD THRU FEa 2STH) (NO SUEDE OR lEATHBO Titled "An Evening with the Lowrey Organ", the ft-ee program will take place in the Gingerwood Recreation Hall at 8 p.m. 00 February 14. Though young in years, "Trip" is a veteran professional organist having worked his way throuKh college entertaining on tile organ. Though his college curriculum earned him a degree in business administration, his first love continues to be the organ. His performance on several models of the Lowrey organ promises to provide a stimulating musical experience for organ enthusiasts, as well as an exciting treat for the uninitiated. "Trip" will demonstrate how advanced musicians, as well as beginners, can take advantage of today's advances in electronic organs. Inqviring Conera Girl Tuesday, February 13,1978 BY: FLO RAYMOND TODArS QUESTION: WHAT QUALITIES DOYOU MOST ADMIRE IN THE OPPOSITE SEXfEXPUINI ^^fTf SanitoneL (OOCO ONLY WITH MiNTION OF AO WHIN flAONO ORDf Ij ^ HOURS: 7 6 MON-m 8 4 SAT. DOLLY BLAKE Homemaker Honesty and basic consideration! To me, trust is the most important factor in human relationships. This includes all typesof trust right down to telling the truth. In order to relate to anyone, one cannot answer "lies." Basic consideration and forms of courtesy can add to a strong foundation of truth! TAMMY ELLIS Homemaker (No picture upon request) Patience and understanding! If the wife acts resentftil toward the husband without any particular reason, the understanding man would attempt to find the reason and cure it instead of letting the bitterness grow. This could also take patience. m^ ^r ^/'Boddha^ PLAY BINGO 0^ Buddha I Bob DIamant & Redemming Love I love you, and you love me; Jesus loves us both, and set us free! Great is His redeeming love! Shared so freely by God above! Filial love day by day. Redeeming love is the perfect way! Great example Jesus taught; With His redeeming love we are bought! Rejoice, oh friend, always rejoice! His redeeming love be your choice! Let His redeeming love your life motivate; His redeeming love is oh, so great! -Lou Sorabella v0l^ -i"* PrMant the BOOKCASE vV ff doot SOFAfrLOVESEATi M(danvea>^ .wmJt M MILE HIQH lANOWICHil ON A KAISER ROUINCLUOESHomamada Bakad baana i Mia tlNf ••r-B-Out • iH Bw-B-Qut Porfc BW-I-^IMHMI .448 JJI l!i^''<"^FY>^ COMIINATIONS All oomNnaBona induda a 1r(p to Ma iMd bar for all. Homamada cornbraad wWi nonay. Waatam bakad baana. MO WRANGLER: pOMIFIi 4) Canadian Baby Back Riba, Stwad Pork, Ham & BMf „ „ JJ0 OR OtviM Baf Ribt, DiCM of Pork. Ham A BMf ME UHLE WRANOLER (BNMIFN t\ Cwwdian Baby Back Riba. Scd Pork. Hn I BM( ^ |JI OR Dtvtiad BMf RIbi •nd '-4 Chicken 4Jf [APPII HOMBMAM WV^VSD^VMM • V f K SUM TO |M| I ORJUfTMl ... f. 3 y TAKE OUT S AM AMVT mClAL ^ARTm ANO WOOWM AmmooN ncMc. SERVICE AVAILABLE. JHt PIT iAH-9-QUg 2179 I. Trop telM (bthind Arb/s) Ctli 4 ^-3604 i J WEDNESDAY SWEEmEART ANYONE BRINGING YOUR SWETHEART REBATE /. PHONE 564-3343 A Fat Daddy Production mmsr^^ KIM DUVAL fSONDAVID ARRON) Homemaker • Humor and honesty! Honesty is the most important to me and humor for the light touch in life! In physical attractiveness, I look at the eyes. In most cases, the eyes tells me alot about character. WILLIAM STATER Castaways Hotel employee Personality, compatibility, and understanding! If the lady possesses these admirable character traits, I believe the couple would enjoy a lasting and rewarding relationship. JOHN HORST Motor cycle mechanic personality! This quality is most vital in my opinion. Let us just say that one cannot argue with pleasantness, charm, and cheer! NOTE: Intervitws were conducted at Albertson's Supermarket, Boulder Highway, Henderson! i

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Tuesday, February 13,1979 Tuesday, Feb. 6, l*7-9a.m. Burton Leon Whitney in, 18, Possession of a •ubitance which may not b introduced into intfitate commerce, Sentenced Fined $300.00. MUNICIPAL COURT Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Frank (NMN) Pavlick, 43, Bench Warrant Pleaded Guilty flned $25.00; Overtime parking, Pleaded Guilty flned $5.00. Charles Lefe Collins, Contempt of Court, Pleaded Guilty Fined $100.00; Failure to pay fine. Ordered to pay previous flne in amount of $80.00. Michael Lynn Page, 18, Possession • property. Pleaded guilty, fined $100.00, John James Hajcak, 28, Fail obtain work card, Pleaded guilty. Credit for time served. Larry (NMN) Gray, 32, Leave scene Occident, Pleaded guilty fined $100.00. QUITTING BUSINESS ENTIRE INVENTORY WILL BE SOLD REGARDLESS OF PRICE! 1/2 Off All Famous Brands Reduced! Everything Must Go Now! YOU SAVE UP TO 75% OFF MANY NEW LOW PRICES! 10 PIECE PIT GROUP $699 POSTIRBED With 2 night stands $299 SLEEPER 3 PIECE KROEHLER IHEADBOARDS TnUHaM RECUNER ^ ^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^1 Choice of color $5 CHEST Fun ii/f $160 MATTRESSi SET $119 BAR frSTOOLS $119 3 PIECE TABLE SFT $159 SOFA 5 PIECE BEDROOM COLONIAL SOFA & LOVESEAT $399 7 PIECE OINEnE OCCASIONAL CHAIR SOFA ft MATCHING ROCXER Sloppy Joe $220 SOFA IrLOVESEAT Velvet Of lofi velvet • Ti Thanks to Bill HlnU of for a real treat here on Joulder City's Boulder Valentine's Day as "Trip" lotes and Keyboards, Ziegler comes to town in susic enthusiasts are in special concert. LEAIINING VOCATION SKILLSouthern Nevada Vocational Technical Center cosmetology student Rosa Zayas, practices hair styling techniques that she will demonstrate to visitors during the 1979 Vocational Week Open House at Vo-Tech, Wednesday, February 14,7 to 9:30 p.m. The public is invited to observe vocational programs offered at the school, located at 5710 Mountain Vista. VO-IICH TO HOLD OPEN HOUSE National Vocational Education Week, February 7 thru 17, will be observed by Southern ^Nevada Vocational Technical Center with an Open House at the school on Wednesday, February 14 from 7 to 9:30 p.m. Vo-Tech opened in 1965 with approximately 350 students. Today 1400 students are-enrolled at the school receiving instructions in their academic classes as well as specializing in a vocational program. Vocational programs are offered in 16 areas. Each vocational class meets for three to five hours per day, five days a week for the students in their junior and senior year. TSnth grade students at the school take courses similar to those offered at o|her high schools, with their elective being in a vocational exploration kind of class. Students and parents interested in f\irther information can call the school or contact Dr. Reid, Director of Admissions. Students desiring to attend VoTech must apply Utter TO THE editor: To The Editor: faXkto iomr of the best insurance agents at once your Stale Farm agent! He's trained to be your car, home, life AND health insurance agent. See or call: H. DAN TAYLOR MS. AGENCY, INC tIAIi >IM INIUIANCI 329 W Lalie Mead Dr. Henderson Bus Ph 365-9743 Res Ph. 458^3571 LUw m good Mighbor, State Fana ia tkcra. Suw^fm Kitur*** ComMnM •HonwODcM BOemnglon irnn It is unbelievable that President Jimmy Carter could make such a mess of so much! IsraeliEgyptian peace? The Iranian situation? The God-less, Red Communist China Fiasco? The energy situation? And on ... and on! I sincerely believe Jimmy Carter should get rid of Energy Secretary James Schlesinger! He is useless! And they should investigate the oil companies! Have you noticed that every to often they say there aite problems ... or a shortage? Then after the prices are raised everything is normal again! Write to President Jimmy Carter and let him know how you feel about his bungling, amateurish actions! Sincerely For Freedom, Rev. Lou Sorabella To The Editor: It is unbelievable that United Farm Workers' Leader, Cesar Chavez, WBQts to keep the Ku Klux Klan from the lettuce fields! He wants his own radical.destructive policies... but rejects the lettuce growers' actions! When will the union hierachy realize that the consumer needs to be consideredf When wages go up... the product prices go up! Let us stop this vicious cycle that is destroying the American economic system! Yours for Freedom Lou Sorabella Rev. Lou Sorabella II Lowrey 'Pop' Concert Here FOUR SEASON CLEANERS SPECIAL 3Skirts Drydeaned for the Price of 2 (GOOD THRU FEa 2STH) (NO SUEDE OR lEATHBO Titled "An Evening with the Lowrey Organ", the ft-ee program will take place in the Gingerwood Recreation Hall at 8 p.m. 00 February 14. Though young in years, "Trip" is a veteran professional organist having worked his way throuKh college entertaining on tile organ. Though his college curriculum earned him a degree in business administration, his first love continues to be the organ. His performance on several models of the Lowrey organ promises to provide a stimulating musical experience for organ enthusiasts, as well as an exciting treat for the uninitiated. "Trip" will demonstrate how advanced musicians, as well as beginners, can take advantage of today's advances in electronic organs. Inqviring Conera Girl Tuesday, February 13,1978 BY: FLO RAYMOND TODArS QUESTION: WHAT QUALITIES DOYOU MOST ADMIRE IN THE OPPOSITE SEXfEXPUINI ^^fTf SanitoneL (OOCO ONLY WITH MiNTION OF AO WHIN flAONO ORDf Ij ^ HOURS: 7 6 MON-m 8 4 SAT. DOLLY BLAKE Homemaker Honesty and basic consideration! To me, trust is the most important factor in human relationships. This includes all typesof trust right down to telling the truth. In order to relate to anyone, one cannot answer "lies." Basic consideration and forms of courtesy can add to a strong foundation of truth! TAMMY ELLIS Homemaker (No picture upon request) Patience and understanding! If the wife acts resentftil toward the husband without any particular reason, the understanding man would attempt to find the reason and cure it instead of letting the bitterness grow. This could also take patience. m^ ^r ^/'Boddha^ PLAY BINGO 0^ Buddha I Bob DIamant & Redemming Love I love you, and you love me; Jesus loves us both, and set us free! Great is His redeeming love! Shared so freely by God above! Filial love day by day. Redeeming love is the perfect way! Great example Jesus taught; With His redeeming love we are bought! Rejoice, oh friend, always rejoice! His redeeming love be your choice! Let His redeeming love your life motivate; His redeeming love is oh, so great! -Lou Sorabella v0l^ -i"* PrMant the BOOKCASE vV ff doot SOFAfrLOVESEATi M(danvea>^ .wmJt M MILE HIQH lANOWICHil ON A KAISER ROUINCLUOESHomamada Bakad baana i Mia tlNf ••r-B-Out • iH Bw-B-Qut Porfc BW-I-^IMHMI .448 JJI l!i^''<"^FY>^ COMIINATIONS All oomNnaBona induda a 1r(p to Ma iMd bar for all. Homamada cornbraad wWi nonay. Waatam bakad baana. MO WRANGLER: pOMIFIi 4) Canadian Baby Back Riba, Stwad Pork, Ham & BMf „ „ JJ0 OR OtviM Baf Ribt, DiCM of Pork. Ham A BMf ME UHLE WRANOLER (BNMIFN t\ Cwwdian Baby Back Riba. Scd Pork. Hn I BM( ^ |JI OR Dtvtiad BMf RIbi •nd '-4 Chicken 4Jf [APPII HOMBMAM WV^VSD^VMM • V f K SUM TO |M| I ORJUfTMl ... f. 3 y TAKE OUT S AM AMVT mClAL ^ARTm ANO WOOWM AmmooN ncMc. SERVICE AVAILABLE. JHt PIT iAH-9-QUg 2179 I. Trop telM (bthind Arb/s) Ctli 4 ^-3604 i J WEDNESDAY SWEEmEART ANYONE BRINGING YOUR SWETHEART REBATE /. PHONE 564-3343 A Fat Daddy Production mmsr^^ KIM DUVAL fSONDAVID ARRON) Homemaker • Humor and honesty! Honesty is the most important to me and humor for the light touch in life! In physical attractiveness, I look at the eyes. In most cases, the eyes tells me alot about character. WILLIAM STATER Castaways Hotel employee Personality, compatibility, and understanding! If the lady possesses these admirable character traits, I believe the couple would enjoy a lasting and rewarding relationship. JOHN HORST Motor cycle mechanic personality! This quality is most vital in my opinion. Let us just say that one cannot argue with pleasantness, charm, and cheer! NOTE: Intervitws were conducted at Albertson's Supermarket, Boulder Highway, Henderson! i

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--•*.' il ..^ % • • '..••->-* J•• •-• • -• • ^.. i' ; V ". 'T^^-y^^^^F^^y^WW—PMMPMWPl^ ^<^ :t^;M v>t'/./ IMMEDIATE DEUVERYIII BRAND NEW 1979 PINTO 2 DOOR 2300 a. Overtwad cam, 4 cylinder Bngirw. 4 sped transmission, rack & pinion steering, front disc txaltes ctoth and vinyl twcket seats, mini console. A78x13 WSW deluxe txjmper group. AM radio, tint glass, dual sjpor mirrofs, Ixxly side moldings "All New Design for 79' • No. 2114 3595 NEW 1979 FIESTA 3 DOOR HATCHBACK 1.8 Litre transverse 4 cylinder engine, fully syncfironizod 4 speed transmission, MacPherson strut front sus pension. racl( & pinion steering, front disc tjrakes t55Sfix12 Mictielin tires, bucket seats, fold dovm reai seat. HO cooling, tint glass, HO alt & battery 'A Verj Sporting Proposrtwn! No 2183 4195 RRAND NEW 1979 FAIRMONT 2 DOOR 2 3 2 3 Litre engine. 4 speed transmission, front disc brakes, power steering. AM radio exterior accent group, dual bright mirrors, bright frames. B78x14 WSW tires, accem paint stripes, buotet seats, cut pile carpeting No 2204. S4295 TOP DOLLAR FDR YOUR TRADE PAID FOR ORNOTII YOUR EQUITY WILL PROBABLY^ MAKE YOUR DOWN PAYMENTII TRUCKS irS ALL HAPPENING NOW IN FRIENDLY FORD COUNTRYI! USE;, CARS; wcsui THE KST... WHOIESUE TNEREST! JUST A SillPU OFOW HU6EINVENTOIT! NEVADA'S "OFRCIAL' TRUCK HEADQUARTERS % WON • sEion power ccent group, • .,M radio and ioifl down rear seat. .x13 WSW tires, cloth & vinyl rear windows, tint glass, electric rear defroster, deluxe bumoer orouo. body side molding, "Economy • Convenience • Dependability" No 1049 ^4495 1979 FORD COURIER ECONOMY PICKUP 2 0 Litre. 4 cylinder engine, 6 Ft box, 4 .speed transmission, tinted glass. "" .tires. No. 2168 74 PONTUIC "CATALHU" 4 Ooor. V8, automatic, powir ttnrtng, power brakai. ilr condlttontng, AM ndl, vmyt top. WSW "Family TrantportHlon" No P3325A 6 WAS M1M ^ •MUST MIL* 78 FOM -anr power tteahng. power ditionHM. AM/FM 74 CVY "NOVA • 4 Door, V8, automatic, power steering. power brakes, air conditioning. AM radio, wire wlwel covers, WSW "Super Sharp" No PJ313A ^1 WAS tsaN ^ -MUST tf LL' 74 "MONTE CMUr V8. automatic, power steerino, power brakes, air conditioning, AM/FM stereo, bucket seats w/consoie, vinyl top. factory custom wtieeis. WSW "Com tarty" No 1342B ( WAt IMN • • MUST SELL' 75 MER "MOMRar 4 O V8, automatic, power sttvlng, power brakes, air conditionmg, AM radio, vmyl lop. bucket stats. WSW. "Cofflton ft Ecwwmy" No 10366 < WAS t41N V 'MUST SILL' V8, automatic, power slatrlng. AM/tape, bucket seats, wire whael covers. WSW, Pm stripes "Sporty" No R829 WAS IS4M 'MUST SILL* ^4688 77 PINTO "WMMT 4 cyltndtr. 4 speed, power stMring, air condMtonlno. AM radk). Body sUi moMmgt, WSWr tconoffly Wagon No. P3278 WAS %snn • MUST SILL offly Wagon '2999 77 FM LTD "UUHMr 2 door, V8, automatic, power steering, power l)nk*s. air corKlitionIng, spRt power saat. Locks ft windows. AHMM w/tape, tMt, vinyl lop. factory custom wheali, WSW. 'Loaded '' Hont" No. 1826A WAS IS7SI • MUST SIU* With OpUOp'5566 '77 nNia m/Mor 4 cyMnder, 4 speed, powtr ttterVig. air coMlltk)nint. AM radio. Body sMt mowing. WH. 'Economy tWagoiV No. P3272 C( WAS tISN • • MUST StU* irpr. r iBirlng. 74 "Um VI, MikMitlc, PMMr lisirlng, poMr britat. Ilr omdWonIng, AIWFM N/casMUs, bucket iMts, power windowi. vinyl lop, ladory custom wOtsIs, WSW "StylUft Driving* No 1686A C| WAS MM • • MUST SIU* 74 OATtW ttr 4 cyNndir. 4 speed, air condWonInQ, AM radk). WSW Economy Plus' '1866 No P3227A WAS ISTN • MUST SCU VS. automatic, power steehr brakes, air condltlontng. AM/FM stereo, tilt & cruise, split power seat, power wirtdows ft k)cks. 'i vinyl top, factory custom wheels. "Double sharp" No 203eA WAS tMM •MUST SILL Duoif srwrp '4388 71 "6IIAND PMX" V8, automatic, power steerino. power brakes, air conditioning. AM/FM wAape, till & cruise, power bucket seats, windows ft kx;ks. custom velour interior, factory custom wheels Wh^ Buy Nw?" No 609A WAS S74N • MUST SIU' '75 TOYOTA "COMNA" 4 cylinder. 4 speed, air conditioninc AM/fM w/cassette. bucket seats. RW with Raliye wheels "Sporty Economy" NO 1211A 6| WAS Win ^ i "MUST SELL' '71 "6MNA0A" 4 dr. 6 cylinder, automatic, power sleering. air conditionlno, AM radk), WSW radials. "Comlorl ft E( No P3322 WAS SI7SS "MUST SIU' Economy" '4866 -76 MEK MONAKH "6HIA V8, automatic, power steerino, power t>rakes, air conoiiionmg. tilt & cruise, AM/FM W/lape. power windows, vinyl top, WSW radials "Must See" No. t4StA WAS S81M -MUST SELL' SI see ^4266 M299 1979 FORD FIDO 133' CUSTOM SHLESIDE PU 5 0 Litre 302 Vt engine. 3 ipeMi ftnsmlsston, knitted vinyl seat, gauges, tinted glass, extra cooling pacage. step bumper. S F78xtS 4 ply tires. No 1989 77 DATSUN "Fia 3 door. 4 cylinder 5 speed. AM/FM radio, t>ucket seats. WSW. Economy Plus" No 9030A WAS $3795 "MUST SELL' BRAND NEW 1979 GRANADA 4 DOOR 6 cylinder engine, automatic transmission, power steering, power Iront disc brakes. Air conditionmo, AM radio, tim glass, bodyside moldings DR78x14 WSW radials, cloth trim, color keyed cut pile carpeting, bright moldings, wheel covers, "An American Success Story!" No 1668 ^5395 BRAND NEW 1979 MUSTANG 2 DOOR 2300 cc 4 cylinder engine, automatic transmission, power steering, power front disc brakes. Air conditioning, interior accent group, dual remote mirrors, console wiln dioltal readout. AM radio v/iih rear speakers, tint olass. light grouo, |4) turbine wheel covers, rocker moldina.s wide wrap 3.'0und bodys:de moldings. 878x14 WSW fires, pin Si'ripjs, cloth bucket scats, tachometer, temp alt. and oil gauges. "The N'eiv Breed' No 1773 *4899 '2788 77 MEK "MONANCH" cylinder, automatic, power door. 6 ring, AM racfio,' WSW raidals No P3315 WAS S4(>S "MUST SELL "Must See" '3995 '78 FOM "FAIRMONr' 2 door, 6 cylinder, automatic, power steering, power brakes, air conditioning. AM raaio. vinyl top. wire wheel covers. WSW radials "Ford s Largest Seller No. P3263 WAS S4M8 liUST SELL' -74 DATSUN "KIO" 4 cylinder. 4 speed. AM radk), iHicket seats, raliye wheels, flWL tires. "Sporty Economy" No tS5iA WAS SISSI 'MUST SkU '3999 TRUCKS 1979 FORD RANCNERO 500 50 Litre 302 V8, automatic transmission, power steefino, power brakes, steel belt ores. Air conditioning, tinted glass, dual racing mirrors, deluxe wheel covers. No 2203 ^5099 1979 FORD E150 CAR60 VAN, 124" W.B. 300 CIO. 6 cylinder. 4 speed 0 0 transmission, passenger seat, gauges, mirrors. Air conditioning, cigar lighter, sliding side 'doors, power steering, power brakes, 5 *L78x15tires. No. 2221 *5999 fW^^ilH^ '1988 75 FOW -aiTF' V8, automatic, power steering, power brakes, air conditioning, tilt ft crulis, split powsr isat, gauges, vmyl top, wire whsel covers, WSW Tersonallzsd Driving' No. 1340A WAS S4ISS • MUST SILL' rsoiHiiag uning '3388 71 FOM 'ITD ir2 door, V8, aMomaUc, powar stesrlno power brakas, air conditioning. AM/FM tterso, sport steering wheal. oauges, factory custom wheels. RWL radlau, sport palm strlpas. "Sporty Sporty" No R841 WAS SSSN • MUST SIU' '5466 '7eLT> 4 door. V8. automatic, power staaring, power brakas, air conditionlno. tlH ft auisa. split seat, vinyl top, WSW radials "Family Comtort" No 1965A WAS S4SN • MUST SIU* 76 MTSM F10 INANT 4 cylindir. 4 ipMd, bucket sans. AM/FM rao. paM strips. "famUy Economy' No TSaA WAS S32N • MUST SIU' '2466 WMor v mSc, powir stasrina. brakaa, air conditioning, tilt. Ml WSW, "Wagon With S^" No R3$ WAS KSSS • MUST tlU' radk). '74 CNEVY VAN 30 "CAMPEIT complete camper w/captain Raised ti chairs, windows. Air conditioning. 'Complete Camper' No 1763AT WAS SSIS "MUST SELLtop. tilt, rec mirrors, sliding side '5266 -77 FOM F250 RANOErV8. automatic, power steering, powir brakes, air conditioning. AM radio, dual tanks, gauges, rear aiip bumpar, Rac. mirrors. 'Heavy Duty No. 867AT WAS SS4H • iNUST SELL' ny '5288 77 D006E CUSTOM "200" vs. automatic, power steering, power brakes. Air condnionmo. AM radio, gauges, cloth seal, rear slidlno window, rec mirrors, dual tanks, "WItn Shell" No 918CT Ol WAS St9S V' -MUST SELL70 FOM -7150" 6 cylinder. 3 speed, powsr brakes. AM w/tape. ckilh Interior, HO fleir step bumper, paint stripes. "Economy Witn Style" No 1299AT WAS S47N • MUST SILL' '3866 '78F0M'FZ50" 6 cylinder, 3 speed, air conditioning, power brakes, HO rear step bumper, rK. inirTors. "Heavy Duty Eranoffly' No. 720AT WAS S4fM •U\if\ SEU' '3888 41S^ 1979 FORD PINTO RUNABOUT Power Steering, Air, power brakes, AM radk), 4 speed and more Sie? 27 pM ai lor 3e mnn OlMnandluxOAC OoonpwmM SlOS as Sicixily MMM Sl2S Ci(MiluM CM SOOO Daeno won SnSO TOM 0) pwmvts taeioeo TOUI IUM oeiiiiion SKSO taAianMtiNO Mi MM oiKciai >Mi a oat 1314 N CvMflW riuontiHt IK Mlirina MiMin rwdM aid rokne niM < n^ ol WM BiMd 01 IS.OOO m>> S*K M 1SS1 $5495 NO NEW 1979 FAIRMONT STATION WGN 6 cylinder engine, automatic transmission, power steering, power from disc brakes. Air conditioning, AM/FM Stereo radio, interior accent group deluxe bumper group, cloth seat trim, exterior decor group, convenience group, lockable storage compartment carpeted cargo area. DR78x14 WSW radials. tint glass, cut pile carpet, bright moldings. Be Your Own Wagon Master No 1562 $5995 MQ2S HANK ADAMS YOUR FflNilYFird it 10 oe Mr mpnti PM IB loi X mon• PI w dnraioi ItMMn ffMM NM aM tiitae <• a MKlMwlMdonlSOOOalM M >r SM • tost BRAND NEW 1979 ^ORD LTD 2 DOOR V8 engine, automatic transmission, power steering, power iront disc brakes Air conditioning clock,cruise control. AM radio tint olass, protection Sroup, exterior accent group, deluxe Dumper group FR7814 WSW radial tires, power vent system dual accent paint stripes, remote control mirror deluxe wtieel covers, LTD sound package. "Quiet Is The Sound 01 A Well Made Car' No. 1805 6395 BRAND NEW 1979 FORD LTD 4 DOOR V6 engine, automatic transmission, power steering, power Iront disc brakes. Air conditioning. AM radio, exterior accent group, tint glass, power vent system, flight bench seats, vinyl top, dual accent paint stripes. FF(78K14 WSW radials, deluxe bumper group, remote control dual mirrors, deluxe wheel covers, 'Pure Driving Pleasure" No. 186S 6599 BRAND NEW 1979 THUNDERBIRD V8 enolne, automatic transmission, power steering, power front disc brakes. Air conditioning AM/fM & tape, hit wheel, cruise control, power driver seat power side windows, power locks, auto seat release interior decor oroup, light group, protection group, tint glass deluxe bumper iroup, lugoage compartment inm convenience group, BH78X15 WSW radials. instrumentation group, deluxe sound package, dual accent paint suipes, vmyt root. dock, opera windows "Why Drive,, Fly! No 2235 79951 666 N. DECATUR • PH. 870-7221 NUT n NESTEn HMN-KTWIBI CmEUNAT 4 WAMMTM • SALES MMS kH-tl HML-SAT. • PHCES MM TMN FB. 16. 1979 ""Proof againjytfldy boats A Friondly Ford doar HiVAPA't UU|itT VOIUJMI NAuair Ml WMCm tSSJKT n niM MU wo • • I mm w MUSIM

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--•*.' il ..^ % • • '..••->-* J•• •-• • -• • ^.. i' ; V ". 'T^^-y^^^^F^^y^WW—PMMPMWPl^ ^<^ :t^;M v>t'/./ IMMEDIATE DEUVERYIII BRAND NEW 1979 PINTO 2 DOOR 2300 a. Overtwad cam, 4 cylinder Bngirw. 4 sped transmission, rack & pinion steering, front disc txaltes ctoth and vinyl twcket seats, mini console. A78x13 WSW deluxe txjmper group. AM radio, tint glass, dual sjpor mirrofs, Ixxly side moldings "All New Design for 79' • No. 2114 3595 NEW 1979 FIESTA 3 DOOR HATCHBACK 1.8 Litre transverse 4 cylinder engine, fully syncfironizod 4 speed transmission, MacPherson strut front sus pension. racl( & pinion steering, front disc tjrakes t55Sfix12 Mictielin tires, bucket seats, fold dovm reai seat. HO cooling, tint glass, HO alt & battery 'A Verj Sporting Proposrtwn! No 2183 4195 RRAND NEW 1979 FAIRMONT 2 DOOR 2 3 2 3 Litre engine. 4 speed transmission, front disc brakes, power steering. AM radio exterior accent group, dual bright mirrors, bright frames. B78x14 WSW tires, accem paint stripes, buotet seats, cut pile carpeting No 2204. S4295 TOP DOLLAR FDR YOUR TRADE PAID FOR ORNOTII YOUR EQUITY WILL PROBABLY^ MAKE YOUR DOWN PAYMENTII TRUCKS irS ALL HAPPENING NOW IN FRIENDLY FORD COUNTRYI! USE;, CARS; wcsui THE KST... WHOIESUE TNEREST! JUST A SillPU OFOW HU6EINVENTOIT! NEVADA'S "OFRCIAL' TRUCK HEADQUARTERS % WON • sEion power ccent group, • .,M radio and ioifl down rear seat. .x13 WSW tires, cloth & vinyl rear windows, tint glass, electric rear defroster, deluxe bumoer orouo. body side molding, "Economy • Convenience • Dependability" No 1049 ^4495 1979 FORD COURIER ECONOMY PICKUP 2 0 Litre. 4 cylinder engine, 6 Ft box, 4 .speed transmission, tinted glass. "" .tires. No. 2168 74 PONTUIC "CATALHU" 4 Ooor. V8, automatic, powir ttnrtng, power brakai. ilr condlttontng, AM ndl, vmyt top. WSW "Family TrantportHlon" No P3325A 6 WAS M1M ^ •MUST MIL* 78 FOM -anr power tteahng. power ditionHM. AM/FM 74 CVY "NOVA • 4 Door, V8, automatic, power steering. power brakes, air conditioning. AM radio, wire wlwel covers, WSW "Super Sharp" No PJ313A ^1 WAS tsaN ^ -MUST tf LL' 74 "MONTE CMUr V8. automatic, power steerino, power brakes, air conditioning, AM/FM stereo, bucket seats w/consoie, vinyl top. factory custom wtieeis. WSW "Com tarty" No 1342B ( WAt IMN • • MUST SELL' 75 MER "MOMRar 4 O V8, automatic, power sttvlng, power brakes, air conditionmg, AM radio, vmyl lop. bucket stats. WSW. "Cofflton ft Ecwwmy" No 10366 < WAS t41N V 'MUST SILL' V8, automatic, power slatrlng. AM/tape, bucket seats, wire whael covers. WSW, Pm stripes "Sporty" No R829 WAS IS4M 'MUST SILL* ^4688 77 PINTO "WMMT 4 cyltndtr. 4 speed, power stMring, air condMtonlno. AM radk). Body sUi moMmgt, WSWr tconoffly Wagon No. P3278 WAS %snn • MUST SILL offly Wagon '2999 77 FM LTD "UUHMr 2 door, V8, automatic, power steering, power l)nk*s. air corKlitionIng, spRt power saat. Locks ft windows. AHMM w/tape, tMt, vinyl lop. factory custom wheali, WSW. 'Loaded '' Hont" No. 1826A WAS IS7SI • MUST SIU* With OpUOp'5566 '77 nNia m/Mor 4 cyMnder, 4 speed, powtr ttterVig. air coMlltk)nint. AM radio. Body sMt mowing. WH. 'Economy tWagoiV No. P3272 C( WAS tISN • • MUST StU* irpr. r iBirlng. 74 "Um VI, MikMitlc, PMMr lisirlng, poMr britat. Ilr omdWonIng, AIWFM N/casMUs, bucket iMts, power windowi. vinyl lop, ladory custom wOtsIs, WSW "StylUft Driving* No 1686A C| WAS MM • • MUST SIU* 74 OATtW ttr 4 cyNndir. 4 speed, air condWonInQ, AM radk). WSW Economy Plus' '1866 No P3227A WAS ISTN • MUST SCU VS. automatic, power steehr brakes, air condltlontng. AM/FM stereo, tilt & cruise, split power seat, power wirtdows ft k)cks. 'i vinyl top, factory custom wheels. "Double sharp" No 203eA WAS tMM •MUST SILL Duoif srwrp '4388 71 "6IIAND PMX" V8, automatic, power steerino. power brakes, air conditioning. AM/FM wAape, till & cruise, power bucket seats, windows ft kx;ks. custom velour interior, factory custom wheels Wh^ Buy Nw?" No 609A WAS S74N • MUST SIU' '75 TOYOTA "COMNA" 4 cylinder. 4 speed, air conditioninc AM/fM w/cassette. bucket seats. RW with Raliye wheels "Sporty Economy" NO 1211A 6| WAS Win ^ i "MUST SELL' '71 "6MNA0A" 4 dr. 6 cylinder, automatic, power sleering. air conditionlno, AM radk), WSW radials. "Comlorl ft E( No P3322 WAS SI7SS "MUST SIU' Economy" '4866 -76 MEK MONAKH "6HIA V8, automatic, power steerino, power t>rakes, air conoiiionmg. tilt & cruise, AM/FM W/lape. power windows, vinyl top, WSW radials "Must See" No. t4StA WAS S81M -MUST SELL' SI see ^4266 M299 1979 FORD FIDO 133' CUSTOM SHLESIDE PU 5 0 Litre 302 Vt engine. 3 ipeMi ftnsmlsston, knitted vinyl seat, gauges, tinted glass, extra cooling pacage. step bumper. S F78xtS 4 ply tires. No 1989 77 DATSUN "Fia 3 door. 4 cylinder 5 speed. AM/FM radio, t>ucket seats. WSW. Economy Plus" No 9030A WAS $3795 "MUST SELL' BRAND NEW 1979 GRANADA 4 DOOR 6 cylinder engine, automatic transmission, power steering, power Iront disc brakes. Air conditionmo, AM radio, tim glass, bodyside moldings DR78x14 WSW radials, cloth trim, color keyed cut pile carpeting, bright moldings, wheel covers, "An American Success Story!" No 1668 ^5395 BRAND NEW 1979 MUSTANG 2 DOOR 2300 cc 4 cylinder engine, automatic transmission, power steering, power front disc brakes. Air conditioning, interior accent group, dual remote mirrors, console wiln dioltal readout. AM radio v/iih rear speakers, tint olass. light grouo, |4) turbine wheel covers, rocker moldina.s wide wrap 3.'0und bodys:de moldings. 878x14 WSW fires, pin Si'ripjs, cloth bucket scats, tachometer, temp alt. and oil gauges. "The N'eiv Breed' No 1773 *4899 '2788 77 MEK "MONANCH" cylinder, automatic, power door. 6 ring, AM racfio,' WSW raidals No P3315 WAS S4(>S "MUST SELL "Must See" '3995 '78 FOM "FAIRMONr' 2 door, 6 cylinder, automatic, power steering, power brakes, air conditioning. AM raaio. vinyl top. wire wheel covers. WSW radials "Ford s Largest Seller No. P3263 WAS S4M8 liUST SELL' -74 DATSUN "KIO" 4 cylinder. 4 speed. AM radk), iHicket seats, raliye wheels, flWL tires. "Sporty Economy" No tS5iA WAS SISSI 'MUST SkU '3999 TRUCKS 1979 FORD RANCNERO 500 50 Litre 302 V8, automatic transmission, power steefino, power brakes, steel belt ores. Air conditioning, tinted glass, dual racing mirrors, deluxe wheel covers. No 2203 ^5099 1979 FORD E150 CAR60 VAN, 124" W.B. 300 CIO. 6 cylinder. 4 speed 0 0 transmission, passenger seat, gauges, mirrors. Air conditioning, cigar lighter, sliding side 'doors, power steering, power brakes, 5 *L78x15tires. No. 2221 *5999 fW^^ilH^ '1988 75 FOW -aiTF' V8, automatic, power steering, power brakes, air conditioning, tilt ft crulis, split powsr isat, gauges, vmyl top, wire whsel covers, WSW Tersonallzsd Driving' No. 1340A WAS S4ISS • MUST SILL' rsoiHiiag uning '3388 71 FOM 'ITD ir2 door, V8, aMomaUc, powar stesrlno power brakas, air conditioning. AM/FM tterso, sport steering wheal. oauges, factory custom wheels. RWL radlau, sport palm strlpas. "Sporty Sporty" No R841 WAS SSSN • MUST SIU' '5466 '7eLT> 4 door. V8. automatic, power staaring, power brakas, air conditionlno. tlH ft auisa. split seat, vinyl top, WSW radials "Family Comtort" No 1965A WAS S4SN • MUST SIU* 76 MTSM F10 INANT 4 cylindir. 4 ipMd, bucket sans. AM/FM rao. paM strips. "famUy Economy' No TSaA WAS S32N • MUST SIU' '2466 WMor v mSc, powir stasrina. brakaa, air conditioning, tilt. Ml WSW, "Wagon With S^" No R3$ WAS KSSS • MUST tlU' radk). '74 CNEVY VAN 30 "CAMPEIT complete camper w/captain Raised ti chairs, windows. Air conditioning. 'Complete Camper' No 1763AT WAS SSIS "MUST SELLtop. tilt, rec mirrors, sliding side '5266 -77 FOM F250 RANOErV8. automatic, power steering, powir brakes, air conditioning. AM radio, dual tanks, gauges, rear aiip bumpar, Rac. mirrors. 'Heavy Duty No. 867AT WAS SS4H • iNUST SELL' ny '5288 77 D006E CUSTOM "200" vs. automatic, power steering, power brakes. Air condnionmo. AM radio, gauges, cloth seal, rear slidlno window, rec mirrors, dual tanks, "WItn Shell" No 918CT Ol WAS St9S V' -MUST SELL70 FOM -7150" 6 cylinder. 3 speed, powsr brakes. AM w/tape. ckilh Interior, HO fleir step bumper, paint stripes. "Economy Witn Style" No 1299AT WAS S47N • MUST SILL' '3866 '78F0M'FZ50" 6 cylinder, 3 speed, air conditioning, power brakes, HO rear step bumper, rK. inirTors. "Heavy Duty Eranoffly' No. 720AT WAS S4fM •U\if\ SEU' '3888 41S^ 1979 FORD PINTO RUNABOUT Power Steering, Air, power brakes, AM radk), 4 speed and more Sie? 27 pM ai lor 3e mnn OlMnandluxOAC OoonpwmM SlOS as Sicixily MMM Sl2S Ci(MiluM CM SOOO Daeno won SnSO TOM 0) pwmvts taeioeo TOUI IUM oeiiiiion SKSO taAianMtiNO Mi MM oiKciai >Mi a oat 1314 N CvMflW riuontiHt IK Mlirina MiMin rwdM aid rokne niM < n^ ol WM BiMd 01 IS.OOO m>> S*K M 1SS1 $5495 NO NEW 1979 FAIRMONT STATION WGN 6 cylinder engine, automatic transmission, power steering, power from disc brakes. Air conditioning, AM/FM Stereo radio, interior accent group deluxe bumper group, cloth seat trim, exterior decor group, convenience group, lockable storage compartment carpeted cargo area. DR78x14 WSW radials. tint glass, cut pile carpet, bright moldings. Be Your Own Wagon Master No 1562 $5995 MQ2S HANK ADAMS YOUR FflNilYFird it 10 oe Mr mpnti PM IB loi X mon• PI w dnraioi ItMMn ffMM NM aM tiitae <• a MKlMwlMdonlSOOOalM M >r SM • tost BRAND NEW 1979 ^ORD LTD 2 DOOR V8 engine, automatic transmission, power steering, power iront disc brakes Air conditioning clock,cruise control. AM radio tint olass, protection Sroup, exterior accent group, deluxe Dumper group FR7814 WSW radial tires, power vent system dual accent paint stripes, remote control mirror deluxe wtieel covers, LTD sound package. "Quiet Is The Sound 01 A Well Made Car' No. 1805 6395 BRAND NEW 1979 FORD LTD 4 DOOR V6 engine, automatic transmission, power steering, power Iront disc brakes. Air conditioning. AM radio, exterior accent group, tint glass, power vent system, flight bench seats, vinyl top, dual accent paint stripes. FF(78K14 WSW radials, deluxe bumper group, remote control dual mirrors, deluxe wheel covers, 'Pure Driving Pleasure" No. 186S 6599 BRAND NEW 1979 THUNDERBIRD V8 enolne, automatic transmission, power steering, power front disc brakes. Air conditioning AM/fM & tape, hit wheel, cruise control, power driver seat power side windows, power locks, auto seat release interior decor oroup, light group, protection group, tint glass deluxe bumper iroup, lugoage compartment inm convenience group, BH78X15 WSW radials. instrumentation group, deluxe sound package, dual accent paint suipes, vmyt root. dock, opera windows "Why Drive,, Fly! No 2235 79951 666 N. DECATUR • PH. 870-7221 NUT n NESTEn HMN-KTWIBI CmEUNAT 4 WAMMTM • SALES MMS kH-tl HML-SAT. • PHCES MM TMN FB. 16. 1979 ""Proof againjytfldy boats A Friondly Ford doar HiVAPA't UU|itT VOIUJMI NAuair Ml WMCm tSSJKT n niM MU wo • • I mm w MUSIM

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^^i^mm^f^tm^i^f^^m T9f4y. Ft brmiy 13, im 14 Henderson Home Newa If I ^. ^i^ ^m ..,•9?!^*;•; ^ v^ Dwciiuim Dowy Dew Starts Friday F^.ietb SPECIAL MAT1NE MONDAY FEa 19TH 20) PM Valentine SALE Save (FQL 8lh THflU FOL 14(h) ''' • ^] DRESSES 20%-80% nuclei .fijiye SPECIAL GmPS OF UNGtRlt 1325 ARIZONA ST TEL. 293-1408 IBANKAMCIICUQI fdapeapriu n ", 8' itn V'S'A 9IS'i0ifil fn iMT • t^ j M A ^'.ir'^^i^'' t#4T.frtlr 4os'.**1 'r e^"v^* 4 I* 7|M CLASSIC ,_,.. 1^ • --v -^ I SHOWTIMES NIGHTIY SUN. THRU THURS. AT m PM SHOWS .EVERY m. & SAT. AT 7 6 9 PM MATINEE EVERY SAT. k SUN. AT 2fl) PM lADULTS CHII'*' j] 9^[ mGawUiitti fboMMe fiitrior system U PRESIDENTIAL DAYS thru February 28 All*UIAU*5V5TCm5*OnIAl£ FACTORY AUTHORIZED SALE EXTENDED BY POPULAR DEMAND OUR BEST SELLING WALL SYSTEMS EVERY COMPONENT REDUCED The Original Playpenby Selig... Copied but never equaled! 3 Easy Pieces In Stoek...for Immediate delivery Reg $?10 06 NOW 130" Reg $345 00 NOW Reg $375 00' NOW 240^" INFINITELY VARIABLE Limited only by imagination SALE INDS FEBRUARY 28 Our first... WAREHOUSE CLEARANCE Savings up to 609^ 0 JAMES DAVID DESIGNS Reg. $15200 SALE: 122* Dining Table 63x33x29 Reg $154.00 Chair 20x22x31 Reg. $71.50 ea 00 Sale 124 57~ THAYER COQQIN OESKJNS BY MHO BAUQHMAN Reg. SALE SOFA $667.00 469~* i^^ $517.00 3e9> CHAIR $36500 259^ Many "ene^f-a^lnd" and dtaeentinued Itemi at dote out pricet. Q interior systems West Charleston at Decatur NEVADA'S LARGEST MODERN FURNITURE & ACCESSORY STORE AND GROWING!! 870-1106MON.-SAT 10-6. CLOSED SUN x^ Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Tuesday; February 13,1979 Ax for Age d Pro grams?. The following article was taken from the November • December 1978 issue of "Perpective on Aging" The Ax for Aged Programs? My Administration will not sacrifice the needs and. more importantly, the rights of the elderly on an altar of fiscal austerity or human inseniitivity. I am committed to a program that guarantees to older Americans the right to an adequate income, affordable health care, transportation; housing and the freedom to live long and productive lives. These are rights that older Americans have earned, that a just and sympathetic nation should generously support." They were the words of a presidential candidate who articulated a list of goals he pledged to achieve on behalf of older persons Jimmy Carter at the end of his "Jecond year in the presF dency now faces a severe test ofhis credibility. He has proposed an anti inflationary budget, a program of fiscal austerJty that means cutback.s, less of what there wa.s before (and there wasn't enough for the elderly) and a further squeeze on the aged already seriously affected by the shrunken dollar. The President clearly intends to wield an ax, with no sparing of domestic welfare programs. There is excellent reason to fear the undoing of legislative progress made in 1978 to benefit older Americans Carter's free • swinging hatchet may dash the hopes engendered by earlier passage of crucial legislation, and danger looms large on all fronts. Amendments to the Older Americans Act (DAA), for example, are currently funded under a continuing resolution • at last year's funding levels. The 1978 amendments authorize new and reorganized programs, but no additional Federal money is expected to support the new programs or to soften the ravages of inflation on present projects. Title XX of the Social Security Act is another, shocking case in point It i5 a major funding sourc* for services to Americans with low incomes. But with its allocation increased for only one year. Title XX by the close of 1979 will revert, incredibly, to its 197S funding level. The pres ent economic trend seems to negate any chance of a boost in ftinds to counteract the unrealistic turnabout The Comprehensive Employment and Training Act and the Com muity Services Administration.both slated torreceive improved au thorltations. will not get the money unless it is appropriated by CONGRESS % AND. AGAIN. THEW IS VIRTUALLY NO CHANCE. The out leek tor additional finding of elder persons in rural areas is just as bleak. Unfortunaiely. the state level response te inflation's onslaught are Proposition 13 and simi lar legislation that sharply reduce local property taxes and set caps on state budgets, which mean less public money for support services to older people It appears that citizens least qualified to serve as shock troops in the war against inflation arc pushed to the front lines despite their obvious vulnerability The nation's older population was the first to be victimized. We urge the President and Congress to recognize that older persons sould be the last to suffer from economic curtailments by the Federal Government New Owners of the Boulder Bowl love Boulder Cathy and Dick San ders from Rosamond, California have purch ared the Boulder Bow!, 504 California St from Kay Wisham and no sooner were they the legal owners than everv thing fumed out just the way they had dreamed when fhey first heard the property was for sale In the short wjj"'e they have lived hv .i, with their baby boy named Andy, they have bought their own home and while they like it a lot they are planning on building a custom home in the area of' B" Hill Last week the young business partner.s celebrated their .^th wedding anniversary and when we finush their story our readers wiI! be astonished and proud that the American Dream is coming true for them Jr. League Forming at Boulder Bowl Other stories will ap pear about the Jr League teams that are registering at Boulder Bowl and this is mereiy.a" mention so that parents and their young people will be sure to call Boul der Bowl for particulars 70 have already regis tered and the beginning of the league will ho Saturday. Feb. 17th Th? time is I p.m. Assi.stmg with the youngsters will be Goldic Gegley .ind Glenn and Nedro Foster Call 293-2388. Parents are encouraged to register their boys and girls for this is exercise with less chances of injury than almost any other sport The fee is $2 00. The Jr BCHR young people from the PE class are regular players with many coming back for the leagues Dick said they are a wellbehaved class and he welcomes them all back anytime Dick is a member of the Boulder City Charter Commission. They are also Chamber of Commerce Members. rfttMBb

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^^i^mm^f^tm^i^f^^m T9f4y. Ft brmiy 13, im 14 Henderson Home Newa If I ^. ^i^ ^m ..,•9?!^*;•; ^ v^ Dwciiuim Dowy Dew Starts Friday F^.ietb SPECIAL MAT1NE MONDAY FEa 19TH 20) PM Valentine SALE Save (FQL 8lh THflU FOL 14(h) ''' • ^] DRESSES 20%-80% nuclei .fijiye SPECIAL GmPS OF UNGtRlt 1325 ARIZONA ST TEL. 293-1408 IBANKAMCIICUQI fdapeapriu n ", 8' itn V'S'A 9IS'i0ifil fn iMT • t^ j M A ^'.ir'^^i^'' t#4T.frtlr 4os'.**1 'r e^"v^* 4 I* 7|M CLASSIC ,_,.. 1^ • --v -^ I SHOWTIMES NIGHTIY SUN. THRU THURS. AT m PM SHOWS .EVERY m. & SAT. AT 7 6 9 PM MATINEE EVERY SAT. k SUN. AT 2fl) PM lADULTS CHII'*' j] 9^[ mGawUiitti fboMMe fiitrior system U PRESIDENTIAL DAYS thru February 28 All*UIAU*5V5TCm5*OnIAl£ FACTORY AUTHORIZED SALE EXTENDED BY POPULAR DEMAND OUR BEST SELLING WALL SYSTEMS EVERY COMPONENT REDUCED The Original Playpenby Selig... Copied but never equaled! 3 Easy Pieces In Stoek...for Immediate delivery Reg $?10 06 NOW 130" Reg $345 00 NOW Reg $375 00' NOW 240^" INFINITELY VARIABLE Limited only by imagination SALE INDS FEBRUARY 28 Our first... WAREHOUSE CLEARANCE Savings up to 609^ 0 JAMES DAVID DESIGNS Reg. $15200 SALE: 122* Dining Table 63x33x29 Reg $154.00 Chair 20x22x31 Reg. $71.50 ea 00 Sale 124 57~ THAYER COQQIN OESKJNS BY MHO BAUQHMAN Reg. SALE SOFA $667.00 469~* i^^ $517.00 3e9> CHAIR $36500 259^ Many "ene^f-a^lnd" and dtaeentinued Itemi at dote out pricet. Q interior systems West Charleston at Decatur NEVADA'S LARGEST MODERN FURNITURE & ACCESSORY STORE AND GROWING!! 870-1106MON.-SAT 10-6. CLOSED SUN x^ Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Tuesday; February 13,1979 Ax for Age d Pro grams?. The following article was taken from the November • December 1978 issue of "Perpective on Aging" The Ax for Aged Programs? My Administration will not sacrifice the needs and. more importantly, the rights of the elderly on an altar of fiscal austerity or human inseniitivity. I am committed to a program that guarantees to older Americans the right to an adequate income, affordable health care, transportation; housing and the freedom to live long and productive lives. These are rights that older Americans have earned, that a just and sympathetic nation should generously support." They were the words of a presidential candidate who articulated a list of goals he pledged to achieve on behalf of older persons Jimmy Carter at the end of his "Jecond year in the presF dency now faces a severe test ofhis credibility. He has proposed an anti inflationary budget, a program of fiscal austerJty that means cutback.s, less of what there wa.s before (and there wasn't enough for the elderly) and a further squeeze on the aged already seriously affected by the shrunken dollar. The President clearly intends to wield an ax, with no sparing of domestic welfare programs. There is excellent reason to fear the undoing of legislative progress made in 1978 to benefit older Americans Carter's free • swinging hatchet may dash the hopes engendered by earlier passage of crucial legislation, and danger looms large on all fronts. Amendments to the Older Americans Act (DAA), for example, are currently funded under a continuing resolution • at last year's funding levels. The 1978 amendments authorize new and reorganized programs, but no additional Federal money is expected to support the new programs or to soften the ravages of inflation on present projects. Title XX of the Social Security Act is another, shocking case in point It i5 a major funding sourc* for services to Americans with low incomes. But with its allocation increased for only one year. Title XX by the close of 1979 will revert, incredibly, to its 197S funding level. The pres ent economic trend seems to negate any chance of a boost in ftinds to counteract the unrealistic turnabout The Comprehensive Employment and Training Act and the Com muity Services Administration.both slated torreceive improved au thorltations. will not get the money unless it is appropriated by CONGRESS % AND. AGAIN. THEW IS VIRTUALLY NO CHANCE. The out leek tor additional finding of elder persons in rural areas is just as bleak. Unfortunaiely. the state level response te inflation's onslaught are Proposition 13 and simi lar legislation that sharply reduce local property taxes and set caps on state budgets, which mean less public money for support services to older people It appears that citizens least qualified to serve as shock troops in the war against inflation arc pushed to the front lines despite their obvious vulnerability The nation's older population was the first to be victimized. We urge the President and Congress to recognize that older persons sould be the last to suffer from economic curtailments by the Federal Government New Owners of the Boulder Bowl love Boulder Cathy and Dick San ders from Rosamond, California have purch ared the Boulder Bow!, 504 California St from Kay Wisham and no sooner were they the legal owners than everv thing fumed out just the way they had dreamed when fhey first heard the property was for sale In the short wjj"'e they have lived hv .i, with their baby boy named Andy, they have bought their own home and while they like it a lot they are planning on building a custom home in the area of' B" Hill Last week the young business partner.s celebrated their .^th wedding anniversary and when we finush their story our readers wiI! be astonished and proud that the American Dream is coming true for them Jr. League Forming at Boulder Bowl Other stories will ap pear about the Jr League teams that are registering at Boulder Bowl and this is mereiy.a" mention so that parents and their young people will be sure to call Boul der Bowl for particulars 70 have already regis tered and the beginning of the league will ho Saturday. Feb. 17th Th? time is I p.m. Assi.stmg with the youngsters will be Goldic Gegley .ind Glenn and Nedro Foster Call 293-2388. Parents are encouraged to register their boys and girls for this is exercise with less chances of injury than almost any other sport The fee is $2 00. The Jr BCHR young people from the PE class are regular players with many coming back for the leagues Dick said they are a wellbehaved class and he welcomes them all back anytime Dick is a member of the Boulder City Charter Commission. They are also Chamber of Commerce Members. rfttMBb

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•^i^rw^^^^^ "TT I •*^*N Hem* Nw end BeuMer Chy New* PogtU Od Number 9r WANT H New. and fcMilder Oty NeWi 17 E irst you'd hear the siren piercing throuj,h the trees. Then Old Number 9 would heave into sight, wallowing down the street and galumphing toward her destination like a dinosaur with flat feet. THE BURK GAL'RY 400 Nevada Hwy. 293-3898 QUALITY CUSTOM FRAMING She wasn't your sleek, daswc beauty, but the Chief and his boys kept her shined up and as spiffy as possible for an ag^ng lady who had put out a lot of fires in her time. I loved that fire engine. And my grandfather knew it. When he gave me my first Savings Bond, he smiled and said, "Save enough ol these, boy, and someday you can buy your own fire engine!" I couldn't get enough of Old Number 0. Even her siren had a special wail that gave me gcx)se bumps. Kind of lonely and yet reassuring at the same time. Sometimes they'd park her out in fnwt of the station, and Id walk slowly all around her. She'd sit there, all abne, resplendent in her red coat, her chrome fixtures ^Jntrodiice aHeidelberger to ahainbttt^. gleaming and winking at me in the sun. I grew up, moved away, and on to other things. But 1 never forgot Old Number 9. Guess that's why i joined the local club for fire engine buffs. Turned out there were a lot of us around. Knough of us to be able to pool our Savings Bonds and go looking for a fire engine to buy. I finally found Old Number 9. Spending her retirement on the edge of a highway under a big "Mack's Red Hots" sign. But we changed all that. Today, Number 9 has the place of honor in every town piuade. She leads the march down Main Street. With me at the wheel, of course. Bon3ne to the Declaration of Independence. These are only 5 oi many great Amencan expenences you can share with a foreign high school student. When you host a student through a program called AFS, you expenence an exchange ol learning and teaching on new mtemational levels. AH of a sudden the world is a smaller place. Every hosting AFS lamily gets a chance to introduce our Amencan way oi liie to a foreigner And every AFS kid, in turn, bnngs a pan ol his v/orid to your understanding oi today's world. AFS Programs. You host a student v/hile he attends high school in your community. It's a relationship you'll never forget. For more iniormation wnte to; AFS International Intercultural Programs, 313 E. 43rd Street, N.Y, NY 10017 Or call toll tree (800) 327-2777 In Rondo (800) 432-2766. A^ Inlematbfial Exchanges fitf h^ school students. V\fe provide the students. You provide the love grov^so grows the natm The fireen (humh of the (inuncial world. I .S. \Viih even Bond >ou t>u\, >ou plant tlie seed for >(>ur on ftUure. .And >ou help keep Anurica strong. i{ou bu> a Bond, you tuke slock in America. So buv Bonds loda> through ihe Payroll Savings Plan al v\ork. They're ihe aujonialic u> Io make your money ftrow and keep .America ^roninii too. K Biifi<)H|>av ti"„ intrp*! whin hrld lum.jlDriK i>( 'iM-ar* (4' ;"„ thi' fir-l M-arl Intin si inot -uhjul rn.l.ilr or |i al inii>mi'l rruty Iw it. I. rri'd undl n-di miilmn Take stock ii^^^erica. ADS PUT IT IN THE I CDPTSBT'^^ 253JQFF ^ V! 'ALL REG. mm MERCHANDISE I (wilh cofxin) IGOOO TILL Fm 14,1979 "Wm: Layaways Invited ~:'' CEE JAYS • CLOTHES -' t 1268 Wyoming (at Ave. C^'^ {^^^^JtoJderray IIVMIUIAVII Child Cm Center My I WfiUy RitM it Peter's Hall, BeeMer Hwy. 565-9384 tmuntm HMgigt aatf Tnut Dc4i KUMIOZAi liS41t ITMxIM Afh jfMf MigkkM', CRANDMOTHERWANTS LIVE-IN JOB Babytlttins • lllht house cleaning. Private rm. Hdn. S-2Sao f CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY Home-Otnce-Auto-Boa is Antique Restoration Excellent selecUon of fabHc. Ph. Rod 564.2775 experienced, rormer college upholstery ipitructor. SEWING MACHINE SPECIAL Clean, oil, adjust tensions. Only 16.90. Prc pickup delivery. 643-0817 DIAL A THOUGHT 732-0472 IVANTED Chevy Parts En gines. transmissions, etc. ftsh or trade. Kelly Glass 4S1-51S3 DRESSMAKING ALTERA TIONS It MENDING Also laundry 4 ironing service 9004604. Hdn. Uf: IM: FOR RESULTS FREE FILM OR CASH DISCOUNT ON ALL FILMS. Printed and develapcd al VANS NEVADA DRUG. BOULDER CITY. NV. DOES YOUR BATHROOM MARLITE NEED REPLACING? Free Estiaiales. SM-tll Hdn. JEFF'S mCOIATINO SHVICf painting wall papering • iiHei-ior • exterior RALPH 56S-0571 Bonded li licensed WILL DO BABYSITTING houselteeping or ironing anytime. 306 W. Basic Rd., Hdn. References. SHAKLEE PRODUCTS Virginia E. Sears Attlhoriud Distribator S44-1N8 Hdn. We'll Call dn Your KELLY'S 6USSAMIRt0RC0.< Complete Glass Services 3700 Boulder Highway 24 Hr Service 451-5153 FOR YOUR BACKHOE SERVICE • call Jerome Holm, 905-9939. Managing & operating for Cross Country Constru. of Southern Nevada. 20 yra. experience. Hdn. f HOMES •ACREAGE •COMMER^i S65-8947 125 W. LAKE MEAD DR HENDERSON, N EVADA PEEK AT WHATS NEW i Super clean 4 bedroom home only one year olx Upgraded earthtone carpet, step-saver kitchen. Iirgtf^tter bedroom. Quiet cul-de-sac lot near tennis courts aod golf course. Evenings S64-2332. -r^s^ir ROOM ROOM ROOM rsac, i^^ Unique custom home on H acre lot. 33X22 livingrlVK ^ large familyroom with fireplace, Den, 3 bedroofft.9 £ { baihs, 27X15 patio. Many custom features addt(|3^9 I house. For more information call 969-8M7. '• • "f{Mf — 564^2332. ^^Tj?. SECTION 19 '* t ^ Acreviewlotperfectforyourdreamhome Manylat|| ?. I custom homes in immediate area All utilities inclQTIng ^ gas available Evenings 564-2332. "SWEET AND LOW" -—' | Thai's what you'llsing as you look at this supep^wo jg I bedroom home with rafrigeration, carpets, la uadtfc Sl room and a yard that is perfect Priced $41,500 WJUTT' ( mi INSTANTLY APPEAUNC ^ Is Ihe thought you II have in this new three bedroom, t-^ ^ full bath home that is carpeted and decoratedjry ; nicely. Landscaping and fenced fi'ont yard plus po^Ad • patio. Priced $44,000 Eves Call 565-B453. ^ • LUXURY HOME Nestled on Black Mountain Country Club 3.296 sq^ 2 r or 3 bedroom. 2^ bath home Custom kitchen, dliung room, dual fireplace. 3 car garage all on an oversiUtf lot thai overlooks the greens. Evas 96MW7. • : • DONT MISS THIS ONE 4 Super 3 bedroom, 2 bath Panelled A mirrored living room, carpeting, drapes, refrigerator, stove, portable dishwasher, garbage disposal, new water heater imu. large fenced yard Eves 565^897 C 2 PROPERTY Boulder Highway Real buy as K Mart is now develosing; directly behind this lot Eves. 965^887 r :. 5 ACRES SECTION 4 •,: : This IS a nice flat piece R R Property with a (^*^'P0' TE.VTIAL % Eves 565 8897 .. • 5 ACRES IN PAHRUMP • SECTION 9 4 Acre lots with good view of Entire Valley. Eves 56^6897 CALL FOR INFORMATION ON OUR NEW TRACT OF YOUNG AMERICAN HOMES IN HENDERSON. PRICED FROM t3M0 TO $48,950 FHA AND VA RNANCINO AVAIUBLE. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Vivian Erickson, Broker Katherine Mitchell Jerry Bergemeyer Diane Barlow James Smalley Travis Johnson John Woodruff ..966-M63 ...56^6897 ...381-71S3 .564-2332 .564-54J6 .645-2239 .29$^5462 >Mt< w -906l ChofWsModiMfl M5-*3t1 l*toMt S44-1343 Ms Olstsch Ann SdMHtslam 293-1340 • 7fr^5M7 2}-4S78 29)1SI0 293-1*43 SM-9240 54S-0747 MS-745 7 OfEN 9 AM—6 PM DAJIY A 1(U SUNDAYS OPENHOUSI SATURDAY, FEBRUARY lOTH SUNDAY, FEBRUARY IITH FROM NOON UNTIL 4:00 P.M. Enjoy a l>eautiful Nevada weekend and browse one of Henderson Realty's open houses listed below. All homes are above Black Mountain Golf & Country Club. If you're a buyer and not a peeker, we would enjoy yourvisit. Yo'ALL COME HERE: 241 E Rancho Drive 281 E. Rancho Drive 260 E Desert Rose 201 E Rancho Drive >_., ,.,_. ..^_ 608 Hidden Valley • • < • vMm UvUf Hi Rl Mill Large and spacious is the only way to describe this well complimented home Three bedrooms. 2 baths L^rge living room and family room Luxurious fireplace and baths Will show al your convenience. This home is situated on a 4 acre lot The back yard has a block wall fence on two sides. The home is very roomy with 3-bedrooms and 2-baths The arge master bedroom has an extra large walk-in closet. The family room Is abaelutely fantastic. Popular Montana model 3 bedroom. 2 bath This home has a fireplace and a dough boy pool. Come and take a look at this beauty NrNinto: 1 Acre lot with a beautiful custom borne situated en it. This home is 2, Itn square feet with a recreation room, faro ily room, dining room 3 bedroom and 2 bath You get all of this for only I79.00O.00. 1-Acre lot. nice and level $17.00000. 1 Acre in Mission Hills $11900 Nestled amidst Boulder City golf course and the beautiful surroundings of Section 11. 5 bedrooms. 3-baths Large front room A dining room. BeautiAil family room which overlooks the valley. Large balcony to ^njoy the beautiful Nevada sunsets Shown by appointment only A home you must see Call Henderson Realty. 293 2151 for an appointment. This new Lewis home, plan 309, 3 Bedrooms, 1\ Baths 2 Car garage, 1158 sq ft. Near Golf Course. • rfSfi this 2-story home has 4-large bedrooms, 2W baths. Pool surrounded by redwood decking, large patio for enter taining. Call for information 293^2151 M I^KB if M8^^l Pool, near golf course, well landscaped 3 Bedrooms, Familyroom, fireplace, co-. vered patio. DON'T WAFT'' and 3 Bedrooms. 1^ Baths. Desert Landscaping. 1158 sq. n of comfortable living space. W Batha. Separate Faailyroom, 1041 sq ft of liv ing space. Step^saver kitchen with microwave CALL TODAY!! 2300 sq. (t of living sp'ace, jj Bedrooms. 2H Baths. Two fireplaces, one in mile\ suite and Jacuui in Maslet Bath, Beautiful view ofvallej from all rooms. • r IF YOU DONT SEE YQUtt WE .MA\(i HOME ... OTHERSIN 11 HAITOIS UtViNO THI HINDf tSON AKA KN M XCDHOIICS ANONrMOUS PUUIC INVITED: SI Wottr Stft S6S-7073 LIDYDPBIGH Coistuction Remodaing jAdAnm PK lit Nci 15064 321 Free Glass, mirror k lumber cutoffs Kelly's Glass 451 5153 DRIVERS LICENSE TESTS raesday and Wednesday •45 am to 12 naen • I pm la 4: IS pm. City annex Civic Center 2M Water Street __ RaMMl *40 YEARS EXPERIENCE! ;TRIMMINC AND REMOVING: JTREES. Serving Henderson* area. 293-2115 5 • NEED TO SEU YOUR HOUSE? WE WIU BUY IT NOW! Cotli 2931613 O.A. "CuHy" SmifS, Inc. BOAT TOPS & COVERS By Bud Custom Canvas & Awning 1628 Boulder Hviry. Ph. 564-1098 PART TIME OR FULL TIME WORK. Be your own boss. Work your own hours. Have your own Fuller brush route. $6. to $8. per hour starting. 878-0254. FOR RENT: 2 bdrm. film, apt Carpon. Adult Section $285 per mo. 293-4832 B.C. 1972 Silver Hills Trailer 12 x 60, 2 bdrm. Call 565-6179 Hdn. Three bdrm. fum. house avail able for quiet couple. Ph 293 1716. BC HANDYMAN Ben DePue will fix it, re do it, add it on. lay it down. You name it, 1 do it 565-7468. OLDIE.BUT NICE Completely remodeled all G.E. kitchen. Self cleaning oven. Corning top range dishwasher, trash compac tor. new cabinets, nice car pet, lots of wall paper Chandeliers. 3 bdrm., for mal dining room Located on nice street close to all shopping. Norman Kay Real Estate 870-5136. Evenings, 870-8017. FOR SALE: 12 x 60 Mobile Home. 2 bdrm., washer dryer, skirts, new curtains, rugs, covered patio, ref.. stove 4 shed. IS bath. Fum. or unf. 19" color TV. Extra large lot Sp rent, $70 mo. Vista Mobile Homes, Space 23. Ph. 871-1724. FOR SALE: 1074 Plymouth Satiellitc Custom 4 dr. Small V8. auto a-c. PS. 52,000 mi. Clean, well maintained. $2450. Call owner 293-2314 evenings. B.C. fOJt !. 451-1190 Lost: Tannish brown male ferret around Joshua SL area. 564-5730 INTERNAL REVENUE SER VICE Average Itemiied Deduction Chart, send $1 to TAX CHART P.O. Box 12959, UsVegas.Nv 89112. FOR RENT 2 bdrm. Townsite house. Preferred: Retired couple. Call 5654694 Hdn LAND: 2V% acres in Paradise Hills in Henderson $25,000. Ph. 964-2819 Hdn For sale: Puppies, 7 pit bull. $10 each. Born Jan. 1 Hurry, going! 381-8040 and leave message. INCOMETAX SERVICE6yrs. IRS experience and 10 yrs. selfemployed tax service. Get all the deductions leg ally allowed. Call Carole DePue for appt. 565-7468 MOBILE HOME FOR SALE Excell cond 1970 Towncraa. 12 ft x 44 ft 1 bdrm Patio and window awnings. Utility shed, skirting. Dbl windows 293-2798 BC. NOW TAKING DEPOSIT. Available March 1st, 2 bdrm. .^furn.. Boulder Square Condo. No 404. $350. Ist, last, $100. deposit. No children, no pets. 293-1975 or 293-4351. B C FOR RENT • 2 yr. old, 3 bdrm. house, with 2 ftill baths. In prestige area of B.C. $460. a mo. Call 293-5315. FREE PUPPIES 7 mos. old Australian & German Shepherd Beautiful dogs 565-7141. Hdn. 1978DATSUN280Z-5.sp.air. stereo, custom interior, window louver, stone shield 50.000 mi warranty. 293-3546 B C. FOUR WHEEL DRIVE TRAVELALL. 1968, VS. power steering & brakes, auto. tran.s.. air cond Good — body k clean interior. $1625rPh. 565-9247. Hdn HELP WANTED Man tp do janitorial and some mechanical maintenance! 2 to 3 hrs. daily. (mornin|B). Ph Iceland Skating Rik. 565-6373. Hdn. • ^ HIDE A BED: Brand nMv Ethan Allen 6mt.w-2cuJlhions. Camel Color Velvet .Sacrifice $375. Ph. 564-2291. Hdn WANTED Well experienced aheet rock man electrician tile roof installer insulation man for local Henderson lob Top wages. 565-8648. WANTED • •:; Weil experienced furnitvre delivery man. $9.00 hr, plus overtime. Lake Mead Furntire, Henderson. BABYSITTING IN MV HOME. Any hours, reasonable rates. For information call 293-4924. B.C. HELP WANTED part time cashier. Must be 21. GREAT WEST HUSKY 453 Nev. Hwy B.C. DIVORCED FATHER NEEDS reliable babysitter. Call 4:30to7 30p m or weekends for particulars 565-6804. Hdn. BABYSITTER NEEDED In Henderson, 4 days a week. In your home. 2 children. Ph 565-7451 QUALITY CUSTOM FRAMING The Burk Gal'ry 4O0 Nevada Hwy. 2933958 TRUCK SHELLS Ft>R SALE -1 Gem Top. cab height for short bed track, $300 1 insulated camper, 3 fL above cab for short bed truck, $290. Call 293-1321 between 7:30 am and 5 pm. B.C. •74 VEGA OT • Greit gas mileage. Uiea regelar. Priced below blue book Auto, factory air, very good cond. only $liOO 293-5462. B.C. Style of living in thissuper mobile home located in Hendersop. Has two bed-i rooms, family room, 14 x 80 with acreage and has a patio • what a bargain at $29^. Call REALTY EXECUTIVES, Realtor at 736-8591 or Evenings at 9M-275. No. 292. Right outsi beaatlfkil view of the whole valley and tb mountains. This lovely home has formal dining room, fireplace in family room, 3 bedrooms, large 2 car garage and located in Henderson. Priced at |77,9S0. Call REALTY EXECUTIVES. Realtor at 7351 or Evenings at 564-2789. No. 284. THBBt'S l^QTS IN LIFE You can expect out ortbis home. Has two bedrooms, large country kitchen, a irorksbop that's a handyman's dream and siU on two lots. Call REALTY EXECUTIVES, Realtors at 738-8951 or Evenings at 964-2765. No. 328. BPPLACE.LOVfiltf Will know they've found their home when they see this one. This new custom home has lush, plush carpeting throughout, a large country kitchen, a large two-car garage, a Jacuni and three flreplaces! Located in Henderson and priced at $93,500. Call REALTY EXECUTIVES, Realtor at 738-8551 or 984-2785. Can be found in this delightf^il three bedroom home that has carpeting and drapes two car garage and located in Henderson. Only IH years old, perfect tor the family who wants the best out of life. Priced at $62,990. Call REALTY EXECUTIVES, Realtor at 736^991 or Evenings at 984-2765. No. 379. miTT IXiCimViS %mM ^ |idiM4iMMvCllyAMNt iHlMMl IRUMHM SwYkt NN (•Itr Skwciiff •! N—#• SM$ rNfMi VALLEY VIEW 3 bdrm., 1 bath home with beautittil brick fireplace in family room. This home has a familyliving room combination Completely fenced with block wall and automatic sprinkling system front and rear. Nice carpet throughout. $47,000.00 MOBILE HOME 3 bdrm., 2 bath in Casa Loma Estates. 1440 sq.n. $35,000. LUCRATIVE GLASS BUSINESS Only glass business in Henderson ii Boulder. This includes 1875 sq. ft of commercial land near Boulder Hwy. AH inventory, 4 trucks and 2 bedroom Townsite are also Included. Call Morrell for more complete details. BAITA STORAGE Bait shop with boat storage located on busy route to Lake Mead Includes 12x60 Mobile home. Package liquor license, beer, wine and slot Ucenae. 96M916. Ml ZONING .79 acre close to Boulder Highway in Pittman. Completely fenced lot with access on 3 sides. Two bedroom bouie in additional bidg. for office. TWO BDRM. TOWNSITE This remodeled house siU on R-4 property. Good investment at $47,000. MOVI TO PAHRUMP -Tite acrea for only $15,000. UNIQUE HOME In Section V. Two large bdrms.. 2 full baths and 2 car garage. 1600 sq. ft. living space Convcrution pit in living room. 2000 SQ. FT. In this Section 27 home Overlooking valley. Whata viewiaOOaq. ft. basement, intercomeA phone Jacka IhmoiiL Waterfall la living room and sunken tub in master bdrm. Sie. MISSION HILLS HOME 3 bdrm., 2 bath with 2 car garage. Wet bar in family room. Covered front porch with beautiful view of Vegas Valley. WELL ESTABUSHED BAR On Boulder Hwy. Lot is approx. 69x370 and includes 2 bdrm house Seating for 22 plus bootba, and 2pool Ubies Call us for more deUiis COMMERHAL PROPERTY ON WATIR ST. Two bdrm., 1 bath townsite house Full basement wiUi sliding gUaa doer ie Uicben $80,000. IB DCAllOI Boh Oheu Rvulty & lihsuraucp Inc, RHnltor-MLS ^^ 6 W ater St.. HftuterMm j ^ | SPECIAL OF THE WEEK A SWEET DEAL FOR ONLY $40,500 This is a price reduction on a lovely 3 bdrm. home. Large country kitchen with plenty of dining area plus a formal dining room with chandelier. Upgraded carpeting throughout This is a show and sell. Call Alice 964-3333 HOME OF THE AGBITS ^•"S ^,..:^,' ... W**: VJt^te**. EVAIYN MORWEli •..*.....ftllOKiR PEG COLE „ ..u 9M-1754 ALLEFRANCOIS 564-2722 • BARBARA McNAIR 1 .283-4274 MILUE POTTER....^ „.-. 3W)663, 42 WAIM IT. Il—UOII, VAM S45-MU BEAUTIFUL' CLEAN' SHARP' Ml these adjectives describe this 3 bdrm 14 bath home Zoned for horses Covered patio H acre fenced vhitli lawn and shrubs. Manv extras Call Sue...., 564-3333 .Selling UNDER APPRAISED VALUE This new 3 bdrm 2 bath custom built home has 2,392 sq.. ft. of luxury living area. Pride of ownership shows throughout with exquisite carpeting. 24 karat gold bat hroom fixtures. 2 covered patios, extra large 2 car garf age, oversited rooms and much, much more. This house*'' is a pleasure to show, a joy to own. Call Alice „ 964-3333 THE ONLY ONE LEFT! A 60 x 100 lot in Trailer E^ tales. Cleared and ready to set up with existing water, sewer, and electricity. Only $18,000. Cill 564-33:t3 CUDDLE UP around the Ben FrankI in Stove on these cold winter nights This 3 bdrm. home has a one bed room apt attached with Ihe possibility of added inrofhe property on this over sised lot All this and more for only $96,500. Call Randy 564-3333 Dl.STINCTIVE. DECORATIVE home for the dis rrjminating buyer. This 3 bdrm 1\ bath home has a fireplace, unique country kitchen with a breeieway leading to a finished oversized 2 car garage. Call 964-3333 \VMLABLE NOW E\CELIJ:NT LOCATION FOK CASINO Building for lease on Lake Mead Blvd Bf thf first and last place people stop on the way to Lake \U-ad For more Information call 964-3333 A M AS.SI VE STONE fireplace enhances the beauty of this 4 bdrm l\ bath home Choose your own carpet color. The country kitchen, large bedrooms, separate laundry and many extras give this home a friendly atmosphere Priced right. '* Call 964-3333 STARTING AT $8,000 00 We have 1 and 2% Mre lots available now with terms Located in Green Valley these lots will not last at this price Call Alice J44-3333 PICK YOUR LOT We have H and 1 acre lots with your I choice of custom homes built to your satisfaction I Come in and talk to lu or Call 564-33331 OPEN MONDAY THRU SATUtDAY 9:00 A.M. TO :00 P.M. AFTER HOURS CAU JIM JENSEN : .^65-967^ SUE BLAIR 9Va4K), AUCE RFE ..„ S64^M2 RANDY WOOTTON Mi-ms JACKSEIDEMAN ..JTI-TW Spacioas wilh Bcaallful View Plus 2 Car Garage One-Half Acre lol with • Korgous \iet ol lh< entire valley, 3 Br.. 2 Baths. LarRc 20il2 Uving Room with Fireplace. Beaullful Home Hlib manv eiiraa, and all for nnder $6J,000. Time to select your atipet colors. Call for appoinlmeni. Good Assomption 4 Br. I and .V4 bath with double garage. Fireplace In I.Mnfi Room. Large Counlrt Sl\le Kitchen Familv Room Combined. Immaculate Insldi and oul. Profesk>nall> landscaped yard with manv shrubs, all with bublcn and auiomailc sprlnklered.Haa old-low Inierest loan. Owner leaving end of month. Kaki pses*ion. Close to Everything • Even the Hospital .1 Bedrooms with the master bedroom enUrged lo 18' long Hllh wardrobes bulll entire side. Child's bedroom has bullllns dresser, wardrobe and desk, plus large walk-In closel. Overhead patio entire side of home, vilh barbeqne pll. L'niire rear yard enclosed with rear gale lo large pariing area. Range and Refrtgerauv, Carpel and drape* Included. Choke Valley View Home 3 Bedroom with remodeHed kllchen and bathroom, with double basins and vanliles, much ceramic tile, formal dining room, manv bulll-lns, added cabineta. covered palh>, and carport lo accomodate 4 cus. Sprinkler system, many shnibs and nice landscaping. Call for appointment. Lovely Home High on Black MoanUin 3 Br. 1 and 3/4 bath with a low Inierest loan and an easy aaaamplioa. Small cash and lake over seller's aid loan. 2 Car garage, carpeted and drapes throughout. Very uulefnlh dccoraled Ihroughoul. Coonlrv style kllcheaDining room..combo. Yoa won't want lo mtss seeing this one if you're looking (or a good buv and a beautiful home, pins a workshop. 3 Br. Brick Home Only S38.000 Nice Brkk home with carport, water softener, front and rear sprinklers, carpel and drapes, range and refrigerator, garbage disposal. Enclosed front and rear yard. EicepUenal buv. For the Urge Family A familv room vou wouMn'l believe that's 16 t 25 with fireplace, 4 bedrooms plus a Den, Laundry room, and ail freshly redecorated spic and span, with all new carpeting throoglMat-wsc of the aiccal h —ea In town. Vacant and read) lor yoa to move In. Sec this beauty. Tract 2-3 Br. 2 Bath Large Living Raai, foraal dining room, large naaler bcdrooa with walk-In doael, and storage in all rooffls-manv bulll ins. Custom Cupboards In apacioa* country style kllrhen. Separate laundry raoas. EsccUeni Altentioa Investors or Developert 63 pin* acres, with 1800 fionl fi. of frontage. WUI sell all or r l. AddMaul 40 Acres available adJarenl If wanted. Call deiaH*. 2-'^) Acre lata • total af i Acre ready far bBdlag. OWy ^ S20,2$0. SecthNi 27. I Acre-rMdy la bIU $16,600 H I Ane-Scct. 19. Only S2).500. I Acre Lot Miasiofl HUl*. Nice t Level • Ready ta befld 20.S6 Acre* al $10,000. per Acre-All or part 2-': Acre late Sl9,O00 (or the Acre Both U Bhtk Maeniala. LMaSactttal9 • AFTER HOURS C\Li. JEANNE A OLSE.N DE MARCO BROKER PETER J OLSEN .SALESMAN VIRGIL McKINNEY, SALESMAN JANET SHAW, SALESMAN LORIN WILLIAMS. SALESMAN PAULINE TINA" WILLIAMS. SALESMAN .. MICHAEL P BERGEMEYER. salesman 564-2772 565^9425 565^949; S6Sa088 J64^5aS3 • S64^5e$3 aevom KM10B SaVMQ THE HBMMON ABA FOE 30 TUB JEANNE A. OLSEN DEMARCO BROKER -fll^lltkrK.. o ^ •

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•^i^rw^^^^^ "TT I •*^*N Hem* Nw end BeuMer Chy New* PogtU Od Number 9r WANT H New. and fcMilder Oty NeWi 17 E irst you'd hear the siren piercing throuj,h the trees. Then Old Number 9 would heave into sight, wallowing down the street and galumphing toward her destination like a dinosaur with flat feet. THE BURK GAL'RY 400 Nevada Hwy. 293-3898 QUALITY CUSTOM FRAMING She wasn't your sleek, daswc beauty, but the Chief and his boys kept her shined up and as spiffy as possible for an ag^ng lady who had put out a lot of fires in her time. I loved that fire engine. And my grandfather knew it. When he gave me my first Savings Bond, he smiled and said, "Save enough ol these, boy, and someday you can buy your own fire engine!" I couldn't get enough of Old Number 0. Even her siren had a special wail that gave me gcx)se bumps. Kind of lonely and yet reassuring at the same time. Sometimes they'd park her out in fnwt of the station, and Id walk slowly all around her. She'd sit there, all abne, resplendent in her red coat, her chrome fixtures ^Jntrodiice aHeidelberger to ahainbttt^. gleaming and winking at me in the sun. I grew up, moved away, and on to other things. But 1 never forgot Old Number 9. Guess that's why i joined the local club for fire engine buffs. Turned out there were a lot of us around. Knough of us to be able to pool our Savings Bonds and go looking for a fire engine to buy. I finally found Old Number 9. Spending her retirement on the edge of a highway under a big "Mack's Red Hots" sign. But we changed all that. Today, Number 9 has the place of honor in every town piuade. She leads the march down Main Street. With me at the wheel, of course. Bon3ne to the Declaration of Independence. These are only 5 oi many great Amencan expenences you can share with a foreign high school student. When you host a student through a program called AFS, you expenence an exchange ol learning and teaching on new mtemational levels. AH of a sudden the world is a smaller place. Every hosting AFS lamily gets a chance to introduce our Amencan way oi liie to a foreigner And every AFS kid, in turn, bnngs a pan ol his v/orid to your understanding oi today's world. AFS Programs. You host a student v/hile he attends high school in your community. It's a relationship you'll never forget. For more iniormation wnte to; AFS International Intercultural Programs, 313 E. 43rd Street, N.Y, NY 10017 Or call toll tree (800) 327-2777 In Rondo (800) 432-2766. A^ Inlematbfial Exchanges fitf h^ school students. V\fe provide the students. You provide the love grov^so grows the natm The fireen (humh of the (inuncial world. I .S. \Viih even Bond >ou t>u\, >ou plant tlie seed for >(>ur on ftUure. .And >ou help keep Anurica strong. i{ou bu> a Bond, you tuke slock in America. So buv Bonds loda> through ihe Payroll Savings Plan al v\ork. They're ihe aujonialic u> Io make your money ftrow and keep .America ^roninii too. K Biifi<)H|>av ti"„ intrp*! whin hrld lum.jlDriK i>( 'iM-ar* (4' ;"„ thi' fir-l M-arl Intin si inot -uhjul rn.l.ilr or |i al inii>mi'l rruty Iw it. I. rri'd undl n-di miilmn Take stock ii^^^erica. ADS PUT IT IN THE I CDPTSBT'^^ 253JQFF ^ V! 'ALL REG. mm MERCHANDISE I (wilh cofxin) IGOOO TILL Fm 14,1979 "Wm: Layaways Invited ~:'' CEE JAYS • CLOTHES -' t 1268 Wyoming (at Ave. C^'^ {^^^^JtoJderray IIVMIUIAVII Child Cm Center My I WfiUy RitM it Peter's Hall, BeeMer Hwy. 565-9384 tmuntm HMgigt aatf Tnut Dc4i KUMIOZAi liS41t ITMxIM Afh jfMf MigkkM', CRANDMOTHERWANTS LIVE-IN JOB Babytlttins • lllht house cleaning. Private rm. Hdn. S-2Sao f CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY Home-Otnce-Auto-Boa is Antique Restoration Excellent selecUon of fabHc. Ph. Rod 564.2775 experienced, rormer college upholstery ipitructor. SEWING MACHINE SPECIAL Clean, oil, adjust tensions. Only 16.90. Prc pickup delivery. 643-0817 DIAL A THOUGHT 732-0472 IVANTED Chevy Parts En gines. transmissions, etc. ftsh or trade. Kelly Glass 4S1-51S3 DRESSMAKING ALTERA TIONS It MENDING Also laundry 4 ironing service 9004604. Hdn. Uf: IM: FOR RESULTS FREE FILM OR CASH DISCOUNT ON ALL FILMS. Printed and develapcd al VANS NEVADA DRUG. BOULDER CITY. NV. DOES YOUR BATHROOM MARLITE NEED REPLACING? Free Estiaiales. SM-tll Hdn. JEFF'S mCOIATINO SHVICf painting wall papering • iiHei-ior • exterior RALPH 56S-0571 Bonded li licensed WILL DO BABYSITTING houselteeping or ironing anytime. 306 W. Basic Rd., Hdn. References. SHAKLEE PRODUCTS Virginia E. Sears Attlhoriud Distribator S44-1N8 Hdn. We'll Call dn Your KELLY'S 6USSAMIRt0RC0.< Complete Glass Services 3700 Boulder Highway 24 Hr Service 451-5153 FOR YOUR BACKHOE SERVICE • call Jerome Holm, 905-9939. Managing & operating for Cross Country Constru. of Southern Nevada. 20 yra. experience. Hdn. f HOMES •ACREAGE •COMMER^i S65-8947 125 W. LAKE MEAD DR HENDERSON, N EVADA PEEK AT WHATS NEW i Super clean 4 bedroom home only one year olx Upgraded earthtone carpet, step-saver kitchen. Iirgtf^tter bedroom. Quiet cul-de-sac lot near tennis courts aod golf course. Evenings S64-2332. -r^s^ir ROOM ROOM ROOM rsac, i^^ Unique custom home on H acre lot. 33X22 livingrlVK ^ large familyroom with fireplace, Den, 3 bedroofft.9 £ { baihs, 27X15 patio. Many custom features addt(|3^9 I house. For more information call 969-8M7. '• • "f{Mf — 564^2332. ^^Tj?. SECTION 19 '* t ^ Acreviewlotperfectforyourdreamhome Manylat|| ?. I custom homes in immediate area All utilities inclQTIng ^ gas available Evenings 564-2332. "SWEET AND LOW" -—' | Thai's what you'llsing as you look at this supep^wo jg I bedroom home with rafrigeration, carpets, la uadtfc Sl room and a yard that is perfect Priced $41,500 WJUTT' ( mi INSTANTLY APPEAUNC ^ Is Ihe thought you II have in this new three bedroom, t-^ ^ full bath home that is carpeted and decoratedjry ; nicely. Landscaping and fenced fi'ont yard plus po^Ad • patio. Priced $44,000 Eves Call 565-B453. ^ • LUXURY HOME Nestled on Black Mountain Country Club 3.296 sq^ 2 r or 3 bedroom. 2^ bath home Custom kitchen, dliung room, dual fireplace. 3 car garage all on an oversiUtf lot thai overlooks the greens. Evas 96MW7. • : • DONT MISS THIS ONE 4 Super 3 bedroom, 2 bath Panelled A mirrored living room, carpeting, drapes, refrigerator, stove, portable dishwasher, garbage disposal, new water heater imu. large fenced yard Eves 565^897 C 2 PROPERTY Boulder Highway Real buy as K Mart is now develosing; directly behind this lot Eves. 965^887 r :. 5 ACRES SECTION 4 •,: : This IS a nice flat piece R R Property with a (^*^'P0' TE.VTIAL % Eves 565 8897 .. • 5 ACRES IN PAHRUMP • SECTION 9 4 Acre lots with good view of Entire Valley. Eves 56^6897 CALL FOR INFORMATION ON OUR NEW TRACT OF YOUNG AMERICAN HOMES IN HENDERSON. PRICED FROM t3M0 TO $48,950 FHA AND VA RNANCINO AVAIUBLE. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Vivian Erickson, Broker Katherine Mitchell Jerry Bergemeyer Diane Barlow James Smalley Travis Johnson John Woodruff ..966-M63 ...56^6897 ...381-71S3 .564-2332 .564-54J6 .645-2239 .29$^5462 >Mt< w -906l ChofWsModiMfl M5-*3t1 l*toMt S44-1343 Ms Olstsch Ann SdMHtslam 293-1340 • 7fr^5M7 2}-4S78 29)1SI0 293-1*43 SM-9240 54S-0747 MS-745 7 OfEN 9 AM—6 PM DAJIY A 1(U SUNDAYS OPENHOUSI SATURDAY, FEBRUARY lOTH SUNDAY, FEBRUARY IITH FROM NOON UNTIL 4:00 P.M. Enjoy a l>eautiful Nevada weekend and browse one of Henderson Realty's open houses listed below. All homes are above Black Mountain Golf & Country Club. If you're a buyer and not a peeker, we would enjoy yourvisit. Yo'ALL COME HERE: 241 E Rancho Drive 281 E. Rancho Drive 260 E Desert Rose 201 E Rancho Drive >_., ,.,_. ..^_ 608 Hidden Valley • • < • vMm UvUf Hi Rl Mill Large and spacious is the only way to describe this well complimented home Three bedrooms. 2 baths L^rge living room and family room Luxurious fireplace and baths Will show al your convenience. This home is situated on a 4 acre lot The back yard has a block wall fence on two sides. The home is very roomy with 3-bedrooms and 2-baths The arge master bedroom has an extra large walk-in closet. The family room Is abaelutely fantastic. Popular Montana model 3 bedroom. 2 bath This home has a fireplace and a dough boy pool. Come and take a look at this beauty NrNinto: 1 Acre lot with a beautiful custom borne situated en it. This home is 2, Itn square feet with a recreation room, faro ily room, dining room 3 bedroom and 2 bath You get all of this for only I79.00O.00. 1-Acre lot. nice and level $17.00000. 1 Acre in Mission Hills $11900 Nestled amidst Boulder City golf course and the beautiful surroundings of Section 11. 5 bedrooms. 3-baths Large front room A dining room. BeautiAil family room which overlooks the valley. Large balcony to ^njoy the beautiful Nevada sunsets Shown by appointment only A home you must see Call Henderson Realty. 293 2151 for an appointment. This new Lewis home, plan 309, 3 Bedrooms, 1\ Baths 2 Car garage, 1158 sq ft. Near Golf Course. • rfSfi this 2-story home has 4-large bedrooms, 2W baths. Pool surrounded by redwood decking, large patio for enter taining. Call for information 293^2151 M I^KB if M8^^l Pool, near golf course, well landscaped 3 Bedrooms, Familyroom, fireplace, co-. vered patio. DON'T WAFT'' and 3 Bedrooms. 1^ Baths. Desert Landscaping. 1158 sq. n of comfortable living space. W Batha. Separate Faailyroom, 1041 sq ft of liv ing space. Step^saver kitchen with microwave CALL TODAY!! 2300 sq. (t of living sp'ace, jj Bedrooms. 2H Baths. Two fireplaces, one in mile\ suite and Jacuui in Maslet Bath, Beautiful view ofvallej from all rooms. • r IF YOU DONT SEE YQUtt WE .MA\(i HOME ... OTHERSIN 11 HAITOIS UtViNO THI HINDf tSON AKA KN M XCDHOIICS ANONrMOUS PUUIC INVITED: SI Wottr Stft S6S-7073 LIDYDPBIGH Coistuction Remodaing jAdAnm PK lit Nci 15064 321 Free Glass, mirror k lumber cutoffs Kelly's Glass 451 5153 DRIVERS LICENSE TESTS raesday and Wednesday •45 am to 12 naen • I pm la 4: IS pm. City annex Civic Center 2M Water Street __ RaMMl *40 YEARS EXPERIENCE! ;TRIMMINC AND REMOVING: JTREES. Serving Henderson* area. 293-2115 5 • NEED TO SEU YOUR HOUSE? WE WIU BUY IT NOW! Cotli 2931613 O.A. "CuHy" SmifS, Inc. BOAT TOPS & COVERS By Bud Custom Canvas & Awning 1628 Boulder Hviry. Ph. 564-1098 PART TIME OR FULL TIME WORK. Be your own boss. Work your own hours. Have your own Fuller brush route. $6. to $8. per hour starting. 878-0254. FOR RENT: 2 bdrm. film, apt Carpon. Adult Section $285 per mo. 293-4832 B.C. 1972 Silver Hills Trailer 12 x 60, 2 bdrm. Call 565-6179 Hdn. Three bdrm. fum. house avail able for quiet couple. Ph 293 1716. BC HANDYMAN Ben DePue will fix it, re do it, add it on. lay it down. You name it, 1 do it 565-7468. OLDIE.BUT NICE Completely remodeled all G.E. kitchen. Self cleaning oven. Corning top range dishwasher, trash compac tor. new cabinets, nice car pet, lots of wall paper Chandeliers. 3 bdrm., for mal dining room Located on nice street close to all shopping. Norman Kay Real Estate 870-5136. Evenings, 870-8017. FOR SALE: 12 x 60 Mobile Home. 2 bdrm., washer dryer, skirts, new curtains, rugs, covered patio, ref.. stove 4 shed. IS bath. Fum. or unf. 19" color TV. Extra large lot Sp rent, $70 mo. Vista Mobile Homes, Space 23. Ph. 871-1724. FOR SALE: 1074 Plymouth Satiellitc Custom 4 dr. Small V8. auto a-c. PS. 52,000 mi. Clean, well maintained. $2450. Call owner 293-2314 evenings. B.C. fOJt !. 451-1190 Lost: Tannish brown male ferret around Joshua SL area. 564-5730 INTERNAL REVENUE SER VICE Average Itemiied Deduction Chart, send $1 to TAX CHART P.O. Box 12959, UsVegas.Nv 89112. FOR RENT 2 bdrm. Townsite house. Preferred: Retired couple. Call 5654694 Hdn LAND: 2V% acres in Paradise Hills in Henderson $25,000. Ph. 964-2819 Hdn For sale: Puppies, 7 pit bull. $10 each. Born Jan. 1 Hurry, going! 381-8040 and leave message. INCOMETAX SERVICE6yrs. IRS experience and 10 yrs. selfemployed tax service. Get all the deductions leg ally allowed. Call Carole DePue for appt. 565-7468 MOBILE HOME FOR SALE Excell cond 1970 Towncraa. 12 ft x 44 ft 1 bdrm Patio and window awnings. Utility shed, skirting. Dbl windows 293-2798 BC. NOW TAKING DEPOSIT. Available March 1st, 2 bdrm. .^furn.. Boulder Square Condo. No 404. $350. Ist, last, $100. deposit. No children, no pets. 293-1975 or 293-4351. B C FOR RENT • 2 yr. old, 3 bdrm. house, with 2 ftill baths. In prestige area of B.C. $460. a mo. Call 293-5315. FREE PUPPIES 7 mos. old Australian & German Shepherd Beautiful dogs 565-7141. Hdn. 1978DATSUN280Z-5.sp.air. stereo, custom interior, window louver, stone shield 50.000 mi warranty. 293-3546 B C. FOUR WHEEL DRIVE TRAVELALL. 1968, VS. power steering & brakes, auto. tran.s.. air cond Good — body k clean interior. $1625rPh. 565-9247. Hdn HELP WANTED Man tp do janitorial and some mechanical maintenance! 2 to 3 hrs. daily. (mornin|B). Ph Iceland Skating Rik. 565-6373. Hdn. • ^ HIDE A BED: Brand nMv Ethan Allen 6mt.w-2cuJlhions. Camel Color Velvet .Sacrifice $375. Ph. 564-2291. Hdn WANTED Well experienced aheet rock man electrician tile roof installer insulation man for local Henderson lob Top wages. 565-8648. WANTED • •:; Weil experienced furnitvre delivery man. $9.00 hr, plus overtime. Lake Mead Furntire, Henderson. BABYSITTING IN MV HOME. Any hours, reasonable rates. For information call 293-4924. B.C. HELP WANTED part time cashier. Must be 21. GREAT WEST HUSKY 453 Nev. Hwy B.C. DIVORCED FATHER NEEDS reliable babysitter. Call 4:30to7 30p m or weekends for particulars 565-6804. Hdn. BABYSITTER NEEDED In Henderson, 4 days a week. In your home. 2 children. Ph 565-7451 QUALITY CUSTOM FRAMING The Burk Gal'ry 4O0 Nevada Hwy. 2933958 TRUCK SHELLS Ft>R SALE -1 Gem Top. cab height for short bed track, $300 1 insulated camper, 3 fL above cab for short bed truck, $290. Call 293-1321 between 7:30 am and 5 pm. B.C. •74 VEGA OT • Greit gas mileage. Uiea regelar. Priced below blue book Auto, factory air, very good cond. only $liOO 293-5462. B.C. Style of living in thissuper mobile home located in Hendersop. Has two bed-i rooms, family room, 14 x 80 with acreage and has a patio • what a bargain at $29^. Call REALTY EXECUTIVES, Realtor at 736-8591 or Evenings at 9M-275. No. 292. Right outsi beaatlfkil view of the whole valley and tb mountains. This lovely home has formal dining room, fireplace in family room, 3 bedrooms, large 2 car garage and located in Henderson. Priced at |77,9S0. Call REALTY EXECUTIVES. Realtor at 7351 or Evenings at 564-2789. No. 284. THBBt'S l^QTS IN LIFE You can expect out ortbis home. Has two bedrooms, large country kitchen, a irorksbop that's a handyman's dream and siU on two lots. Call REALTY EXECUTIVES, Realtors at 738-8951 or Evenings at 964-2765. No. 328. BPPLACE.LOVfiltf Will know they've found their home when they see this one. This new custom home has lush, plush carpeting throughout, a large country kitchen, a large two-car garage, a Jacuni and three flreplaces! Located in Henderson and priced at $93,500. Call REALTY EXECUTIVES, Realtor at 738-8551 or 984-2785. Can be found in this delightf^il three bedroom home that has carpeting and drapes two car garage and located in Henderson. Only IH years old, perfect tor the family who wants the best out of life. Priced at $62,990. Call REALTY EXECUTIVES, Realtor at 736^991 or Evenings at 984-2765. No. 379. miTT IXiCimViS %mM ^ |idiM4iMMvCllyAMNt iHlMMl IRUMHM SwYkt NN (•Itr Skwciiff •! N—#• SM$ rNfMi VALLEY VIEW 3 bdrm., 1 bath home with beautittil brick fireplace in family room. This home has a familyliving room combination Completely fenced with block wall and automatic sprinkling system front and rear. Nice carpet throughout. $47,000.00 MOBILE HOME 3 bdrm., 2 bath in Casa Loma Estates. 1440 sq.n. $35,000. LUCRATIVE GLASS BUSINESS Only glass business in Henderson ii Boulder. This includes 1875 sq. ft of commercial land near Boulder Hwy. AH inventory, 4 trucks and 2 bedroom Townsite are also Included. Call Morrell for more complete details. BAITA STORAGE Bait shop with boat storage located on busy route to Lake Mead Includes 12x60 Mobile home. Package liquor license, beer, wine and slot Ucenae. 96M916. Ml ZONING .79 acre close to Boulder Highway in Pittman. Completely fenced lot with access on 3 sides. Two bedroom bouie in additional bidg. for office. TWO BDRM. TOWNSITE This remodeled house siU on R-4 property. Good investment at $47,000. MOVI TO PAHRUMP -Tite acrea for only $15,000. UNIQUE HOME In Section V. Two large bdrms.. 2 full baths and 2 car garage. 1600 sq. ft. living space Convcrution pit in living room. 2000 SQ. FT. In this Section 27 home Overlooking valley. Whata viewiaOOaq. ft. basement, intercomeA phone Jacka IhmoiiL Waterfall la living room and sunken tub in master bdrm. Sie. MISSION HILLS HOME 3 bdrm., 2 bath with 2 car garage. Wet bar in family room. Covered front porch with beautiful view of Vegas Valley. WELL ESTABUSHED BAR On Boulder Hwy. Lot is approx. 69x370 and includes 2 bdrm house Seating for 22 plus bootba, and 2pool Ubies Call us for more deUiis COMMERHAL PROPERTY ON WATIR ST. Two bdrm., 1 bath townsite house Full basement wiUi sliding gUaa doer ie Uicben $80,000. IB DCAllOI Boh Oheu Rvulty & lihsuraucp Inc, RHnltor-MLS ^^ 6 W ater St.. HftuterMm j ^ | SPECIAL OF THE WEEK A SWEET DEAL FOR ONLY $40,500 This is a price reduction on a lovely 3 bdrm. home. Large country kitchen with plenty of dining area plus a formal dining room with chandelier. Upgraded carpeting throughout This is a show and sell. Call Alice 964-3333 HOME OF THE AGBITS ^•"S ^,..:^,' ... W**: VJt^te**. EVAIYN MORWEli •..*.....ftllOKiR PEG COLE „ ..u 9M-1754 ALLEFRANCOIS 564-2722 • BARBARA McNAIR 1 .283-4274 MILUE POTTER....^ „.-. 3W)663, 42 WAIM IT. Il—UOII, VAM S45-MU BEAUTIFUL' CLEAN' SHARP' Ml these adjectives describe this 3 bdrm 14 bath home Zoned for horses Covered patio H acre fenced vhitli lawn and shrubs. Manv extras Call Sue...., 564-3333 .Selling UNDER APPRAISED VALUE This new 3 bdrm 2 bath custom built home has 2,392 sq.. ft. of luxury living area. Pride of ownership shows throughout with exquisite carpeting. 24 karat gold bat hroom fixtures. 2 covered patios, extra large 2 car garf age, oversited rooms and much, much more. This house*'' is a pleasure to show, a joy to own. Call Alice „ 964-3333 THE ONLY ONE LEFT! A 60 x 100 lot in Trailer E^ tales. Cleared and ready to set up with existing water, sewer, and electricity. Only $18,000. Cill 564-33:t3 CUDDLE UP around the Ben FrankI in Stove on these cold winter nights This 3 bdrm. home has a one bed room apt attached with Ihe possibility of added inrofhe property on this over sised lot All this and more for only $96,500. Call Randy 564-3333 Dl.STINCTIVE. DECORATIVE home for the dis rrjminating buyer. This 3 bdrm 1\ bath home has a fireplace, unique country kitchen with a breeieway leading to a finished oversized 2 car garage. Call 964-3333 \VMLABLE NOW E\CELIJ:NT LOCATION FOK CASINO Building for lease on Lake Mead Blvd Bf thf first and last place people stop on the way to Lake \U-ad For more Information call 964-3333 A M AS.SI VE STONE fireplace enhances the beauty of this 4 bdrm l\ bath home Choose your own carpet color. The country kitchen, large bedrooms, separate laundry and many extras give this home a friendly atmosphere Priced right. '* Call 964-3333 STARTING AT $8,000 00 We have 1 and 2% Mre lots available now with terms Located in Green Valley these lots will not last at this price Call Alice J44-3333 PICK YOUR LOT We have H and 1 acre lots with your I choice of custom homes built to your satisfaction I Come in and talk to lu or Call 564-33331 OPEN MONDAY THRU SATUtDAY 9:00 A.M. TO :00 P.M. AFTER HOURS CAU JIM JENSEN : .^65-967^ SUE BLAIR 9Va4K), AUCE RFE ..„ S64^M2 RANDY WOOTTON Mi-ms JACKSEIDEMAN ..JTI-TW Spacioas wilh Bcaallful View Plus 2 Car Garage One-Half Acre lol with • Korgous \iet ol lh< entire valley, 3 Br.. 2 Baths. LarRc 20il2 Uving Room with Fireplace. Beaullful Home Hlib manv eiiraa, and all for nnder $6J,000. Time to select your atipet colors. Call for appoinlmeni. Good Assomption 4 Br. I and .V4 bath with double garage. Fireplace In I.Mnfi Room. Large Counlrt Sl\le Kitchen Familv Room Combined. Immaculate Insldi and oul. Profesk>nall> landscaped yard with manv shrubs, all with bublcn and auiomailc sprlnklered.Haa old-low Inierest loan. Owner leaving end of month. Kaki pses*ion. Close to Everything • Even the Hospital .1 Bedrooms with the master bedroom enUrged lo 18' long Hllh wardrobes bulll entire side. Child's bedroom has bullllns dresser, wardrobe and desk, plus large walk-In closel. Overhead patio entire side of home, vilh barbeqne pll. L'niire rear yard enclosed with rear gale lo large pariing area. Range and Refrtgerauv, Carpel and drape* Included. Choke Valley View Home 3 Bedroom with remodeHed kllchen and bathroom, with double basins and vanliles, much ceramic tile, formal dining room, manv bulll-lns, added cabineta. covered palh>, and carport lo accomodate 4 cus. Sprinkler system, many shnibs and nice landscaping. Call for appointment. Lovely Home High on Black MoanUin 3 Br. 1 and 3/4 bath with a low Inierest loan and an easy aaaamplioa. Small cash and lake over seller's aid loan. 2 Car garage, carpeted and drapes throughout. Very uulefnlh dccoraled Ihroughoul. Coonlrv style kllcheaDining room..combo. Yoa won't want lo mtss seeing this one if you're looking (or a good buv and a beautiful home, pins a workshop. 3 Br. Brick Home Only S38.000 Nice Brkk home with carport, water softener, front and rear sprinklers, carpel and drapes, range and refrigerator, garbage disposal. Enclosed front and rear yard. EicepUenal buv. For the Urge Family A familv room vou wouMn'l believe that's 16 t 25 with fireplace, 4 bedrooms plus a Den, Laundry room, and ail freshly redecorated spic and span, with all new carpeting throoglMat-wsc of the aiccal h —ea In town. Vacant and read) lor yoa to move In. Sec this beauty. Tract 2-3 Br. 2 Bath Large Living Raai, foraal dining room, large naaler bcdrooa with walk-In doael, and storage in all rooffls-manv bulll ins. Custom Cupboards In apacioa* country style kllrhen. Separate laundry raoas. EsccUeni Altentioa Investors or Developert 63 pin* acres, with 1800 fionl fi. of frontage. WUI sell all or r l. AddMaul 40 Acres available adJarenl If wanted. Call deiaH*. 2-'^) Acre lata • total af i Acre ready far bBdlag. OWy ^ S20,2$0. SecthNi 27. I Acre-rMdy la bIU $16,600 H I Ane-Scct. 19. Only S2).500. I Acre Lot Miasiofl HUl*. Nice t Level • Ready ta befld 20.S6 Acre* al $10,000. per Acre-All or part 2-': Acre late Sl9,O00 (or the Acre Both U Bhtk Maeniala. LMaSactttal9 • AFTER HOURS C\Li. JEANNE A OLSE.N DE MARCO BROKER PETER J OLSEN .SALESMAN VIRGIL McKINNEY, SALESMAN JANET SHAW, SALESMAN LORIN WILLIAMS. SALESMAN PAULINE TINA" WILLIAMS. SALESMAN .. MICHAEL P BERGEMEYER. salesman 564-2772 565^9425 565^949; S6Sa088 J64^5aS3 • S64^5e$3 aevom KM10B SaVMQ THE HBMMON ABA FOE 30 TUB JEANNE A. OLSEN DEMARCO BROKER -fll^lltkrK.. o ^ •

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HMdMMi HMM NMM and iMUar City Nw i^V M waul •WW^^-P—fW^-SW ^ PUTITINTHE #R SALE -table* 4 cfcii, -snow skis, misc. Cill : 293-4M1 After 4 on weekdays or anytime weekends. B.C. RJA COLOR CONSOLE TV. '•IMO 283 3315. B.C. Ijfr Vk OLD HOUSE: 3 bdrra.. J\\ bath On large Cul de Sac •in Greenway Gardens. Hen•xlerson. $58,000. Ph. .; 964^2889 JACK IN THE BOX announces new hours. Sun. through Thurs., 6 am to 12 j>m; Fri. 4 Sat., 6 am to 1 am. BC •^k_____ BABYSITTING IN MY HOME. ,,. i'H 564-2524 Hdn. iif: II SPKIAl VAUK Mobile Home, dbl. wide. Located in Gingerwood near pool, jacuizi, rec. hall, shufTIe board court. This one has all the trimmings. Call now. 2934320 or 293-1622 PLAYER PIANO. Completely rebuilt. Beautirul Cher rywood cabinet Outstanding tone quality. Remarkable for the price. Mickey Finn's Antiques li Pianos. Maryland Sq. Shopping Center 732 1867. OPENINGS NOW AVAILA BLE in houselieeping and laundry. Institutional exper helpftil. Apply in person between 9am and 3 pm. B.C Care Center. Ml Adams BLVD.. BC. • • Ifll.lHllllll.l...^,.—,. : .MAMONDfUTE Save your wheel alignment, install Diamondplate to your curb. $35. pr. 293-44S3 BC xnoi ** • • • • • "T RUMMAGE SALE: The 51 Club., Sat., Feb. 17 at 51 Water St Hdn. 18 FT. AUO TRAVEL TRAILER Stove It oven. ice box. $8S 293-3315. B.C. WANTED truckload of manure or sludge. Fred Trieger, 824 Ave. I, B.C. Ph 203-1062 FOR SALE -1987 FORD RAN CHERO P-U Excel cond. AM FM Radio. Newly upholstered. Make offer. 293-5314. B.C. r 1968 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER Ari, PS, PB, 2 dr. call mornings 730 to 9 a.m. 293-3355 B C. FULL TIME bookkeeper needed 293 2323 B C. FOR SALE Beauty Salon chair-hairdryer, $25 Gaffer Sattler Dishwasher, $2S. Eureka upright w-attachments, $20 29" x 53" Spanish Style Picture, 95. 293-3610. B C. -=* GARAGE SALE: Clothing, misc. Feb. 17,10 am. 997 El Camino Way., B.C. ED HARWOOD OF CONSUMERS APPLIANCE has Phiico Color TVs starting at $289.95 and Super Bargains in New 4 Used Refrigerators. WaiRerS, Diners, Dishwashers, Disposals, Water Heaters 4 so Forth. Call 504 2210. 118 E Uke Mead Dr, Hdn next to 7-11 Store. WANTED: ROOMMATE to share 3 bdrm 2 bth home in Highland Hills. Call mornings or Sun. & Mon. 565-7960. Hdn MERV'S LOCK I KEY SHOP Locked Out Lose Your Keys Auto-Home-Office Locks or Combination Changed 24 Hour Emergency Service 540 Ave. B, B.C 293-3822 FOR RESUUS SHAKLEE PRODUCTS Rhoda D. Hagadone Authorized Distributor 293-4350 B.C. We'll Call On You" ?^ STARS Of TOMORROW ARE BEING BORN TODAY AT DANCE THEATRE WEST LADIES!! Avoid ioiningexpeive spas. Our slimnastics class is available on a week to week basis. Come in and lose those unwanted inches. Jozi-Tap-Gymnattict ond Ballet Stalling age 2 tup 293.3677 ace ZBI \bur home is your castle TrytfB HBIIDERSON PIAZA APTS. 2 Bedmni 9 1^ Rjra&Unfum. Pool 730 Center St 565-7512J ^ xFfiplMMRiS65-7B2B| BbckWali ^^i MOSSEFTS MASONRY Dean Mosser UcNaUTOe FOR RENT • KMctoMHM. fit wh. UiiHiiee pM. Skady UU. Melei. S6S-7M. ( FOR .ALL YOU R\ GL.\SS NEEDS! / STOVE 2 ovens, self cleaning. extras 39 in. wide 293 2072. B.C. MOBILE HOME. MUST SELL Super low price Fum. New appl B C 293 3480. BABY GRAND MarshallWendell. Beautiful mahogany case. In Mint Condition. Lilte New. Mickey Finn's Antiques k Piano.s Maryland Sq. Shopping Center. 7321687. BOULDER REALTY MOTORHOME: 1975 South wind. lO.OOO miles. Loaded w-extras. $11,500. Ph. 564-3320 after 3 p.m. Hdn. JANITORIAL HELP WANTED. Mornings: 2 or 3 hrs. daily Ph 5fl5-373 or apply at Iceland Skating Rink, 704 Sunset Rd.. Hdn. REALTORS MLS 293-3300 FOR INFORMATION CAIL 293-3332 CUTE ONE BEDIOOM HOME h CcMni BiMkkr City. and wbtag. Perfect atMlir baac with l|c la( aad ptniy of rooa !• espaad. S27,5I0.M. SPECTACULAR VIEW OF LAKE MEAD One of a kind 33 acre building lot BEAUTIFULLY KEPT VILLA DEL PRADO HOME 4 Mrm 1^< Bath, fireplace. 2 car garage Block wall en closes rear yard Don't miss out on this spectacular home YOU WILL ENJOY THIS 3 bdrm., 2 bath home Freshly painted, in tiptopcond Extra large front driveway R V. storage, large landscaped backyard, and storage shed Much, much, more. IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A 12' X 60' Mobile Home, this one is for you Desert landscaped. 2 bdrm mbath. nice size living room, very well kept. Adult park in Boul der City EXCEPTIONAL 2 story home overlooking B C Golf Course !M;$ter bdrm suite is 20 X 29, 3 car garage, approx.3400 sq n liveable WARM YOURSELF BY A CRACKLIN' FIRE in the fam ify room fireplace This well planned home features 4 bdrm 2 baths. JennAir Cooktop Range, self cleaning oven, laundry room, formal dining and living area and garage plus work area YOU WILL ENJOY TIMS 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 L tcated in B C at 1306 Denver St Call for deuils and appt to see BUILDING LOT with spectacular view of Lake Mead, appj^oximately ^ 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 fireplace, separate family room and much, moch more Call for details. Enjoy the SPECTACULAR VIEW OF LAKE MEAD, from this lovely 3 bdrm., 1^ bath home Gas Hreplace in living room, spacious master bedrm. suite. Double garage. BUILDING LOT IN SUBDIVISION 11. High \o( with a beautiful view. Owner is a licensed rear estate salesman. ON THE SIDE OF A MOUNTAIN! Beautiful raised lot overlooking the lake with unrestricted view. One of a Kind! EXCELLENT FAMILY HOBfE. 4 bdrm IV4 bath, with family rm, Large comer lot with fenced in backyard. Excell. neighborhood. PRIDE OF OWNERSHIP describes this lovely spacious 3 bdrm., IV4 bath home with swimming pool Excellent location. Call our office for derails CUL DE-SAC LOT-excellentbuilding lot that features an even better view. BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME on one of Ihei. subdivision II lots we have listed. Call for information. BEAUTIFUL 24 X 60 MOBILE HOME and landscaped lot Covered patio and carport with room for RV parking 3 rooms of ftirniture included. Tkii ii aa eictllent buy Janice Crawford „ .293-^5 Deanna Keele .283-1492 Rick Shea _.... .293 3209 W.R (Winnie Clark) .293-2848 PatShuman „ ^934799 Diana Leseberg 293-2729 [;June Hansen „ .^...^93-4223 418 Nevada Hi^way Boulder City, NTida Phone 293-3232 SB ^V "Th*r it no wibctitute for Exptritnct'' ^H ^DKX BIAR REALTYREAITORT 833 NEVADA HWY., B.C. 293-2171 or 293-3402 E AFTER HOURS CALL I REALTOR Bob Blair Carl Cowaa Andrea Anderson. Katie Cartlidge MicheleHess Tom Bn^n 293-2040 ..293-1499 291-2158 293-2254 .2931277 .293-3475 Claude Smith 293-4020 MLS m NEAR LAKE MEAD New custom 4 bdrm 2 bath. 2 car garage 1806 sq n living space Fireplace, patio. All electric. Auto sprinklers See ut for details BEAtmFUL CUSTOM Modular home on esUte lot 2250 sq ft Garage, 2 bdrm, 2 bath. Formal dining room Immaculate landscaping Close to airport for the executive pilot or one who wishes a beauunil view. LOVELY TWO STORY, 4 bdrm 2H baths, 16x38 heated pool k spa. fireplace, auto sprinklers, 2 car garage. 8x20 Greenhouse, EXCELLENT BUY ONLY $85,000 00 CUSTOM AREA, cul-de-sac, 3 large bdrms., 24 baths, fireplace, utility rm fenced. largeL^covered patio, approx 1,900 sq ft ALL FOR $85,000.00 TERRIFIC VIEW, 4 bdrm., 2H baths, on 68 acres, fam rm., fireplace, over 2 JOOaq It. 2cargarage. FINE CUSTOM BUY. BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM, 3 bdrm k den 2 M\ baths, shake roof,rec rrti 24x24,fireplace,specUcularview.onapprox.H acre lot, $1)9.500 00. NEAR GOLF COURSE, CUSTOM 4 bdrm 2 ftill k 3-4 baths, large paUo.fam rm fireplace, approx 3,400 sq. ft. brick home with excellent view. REAL EXECUTIVE HOME. LOTS OF TREES, in fine area, brick 3 bdrm.. fireplace, has basement, wood noors, carport, this home has many xtra features, ONLY $89taO0.OO. WE HAVE CUSTOM HOMES UNDER CONSTRUCTION, all in fine areas, see us for info, and prices NEW AREA, 3 bdrm 2 bath, dining rm., 2 car garage, has 18x32 ft pool with Jacuui (heated), block wall SEE THIS $83 MO 00 SPECTACULAR CUSTOM, 4 bdrm., 2-\ baths, approx. 3,400 sq ft fine landscaping, fenced, auto sprinklers, large nnished garage, fireplace, fam. rm. 2-large patioa, SEE US FOR INFO A REAL BEAUTY. CUSTOM, 3 bdrm 2 bath, stone faced fireplace, fam rm, fenced, xtra large garage, near golf course, TERRIFIC BUY AT $87,50000 EXCELLENT HOME, 3 bdrm 2 bath, new carpet k drapes covered patio. ^EE THIS FINE BUY AT $68,900 00 GOOD AREA, this 2 bdrm desert landscaped, large carport new wa;;her dryer, refrigerator go with this immaculate home for $46,250.00 MOBILE HOME ON ESTATE LOT, 2 bdrm covered patio, Large carport for boat, etc SEE THIS $45J00 00 IMMACULATE, 4 bdrm, 24 bath, lovely landscaping formal dining rm, fenced, 2 car garage, auto sprinklers, GREAT BUY AT $82,00000 APPROX 1.850 .SQ FT in this fine 4 bdrm, 2 bath, covered paUo. new carpet block wall, desert landKaped, 2 car garage, EXCELLENT BUY $78,000 00. BUSINESS FOR LEASE, tool k die shop, or purchase equipment, and lease bidg SEE US FOR DETAILS DEU FOR SALE WITH GOOD LEASE, inventory 4 fixture HAVE YOUR OWN BUSINESS. CALL TODAY FOR BUILDING LOTINPO. nany with views SEE US FOR COMMERCIAL k INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY Swcanfy ww Msynty it awf apwisRy. EBBBB NATURWAY NATURAl fOOOS 293II44 13U4Nev. Hwv, tf.C. 10% OFF TO SENIOR CITIZENS Ml VitanfaM, Mtoerak, ProteliM, Caftsoialtd Hcrix and Aloe Ver Gel ONLY! Are you living with a Drinking Problem •"? If so. why not try Al Anon. Meetings are Tues. 10 a.m. 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 565-9063. ANTIQUE WHITE and gold, girl's 4 pc. bdrm. set with matching canopy Excell. Eves 293-1319 B C GARAGE SALE Sat, Feb. 17 at413W Basic from9a.m. to 3 p.m. Hdn. MOTHER OF TWO BOYS. 8 A 7 YRS. would like to babysit I child evenings in my home Nic% area. 565-7332 after 6 p.m. Hdn. BATHROOM k KITCHEN re modeling. Reflnishing tubs k sinks. Also appliance, all colors. Chips also repaired. 731-1212. SFor Sale ^^0 Scludes Nevada PSCCer-* Xtificate k equipment, jfi nOwner Licensee. S 1293-1622. ^ nfi^^jaip^i^0^/p/p0^lf^^'^ji^ffi'^ii^^^i^^ RENTAL OFFICE CLERK I (Half-Time) Immediate opening for halftime Rental Offlce Clerk I at Espinoia Terrace (Senior Citizen housing project) in City of Henderson. Office open 4 hours each afternoon, Monday through Friday. For Job de-, scription and application, apply to Clark County Housing Authority, 5064 East Flamingo Road, Las Vegas (phone 451-8045), 8 am to 4:30 pm week-days. Salary range (halftime basis): $425 to $541 per month. An Affirmative Action-Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive due consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, sex, color, age or national origin. Applications close at 4:30 pm, Friday, February23, 1979 Selection will be based on training and previous work experience. W F Cottrell Executive Director QUALITY CUSTOM FRAMING The Burk Gal'ry 400 Nevada Hwy. 293-3958 BEGINNERS PIANOS Several to choose fVom $650 Mickey Finn's Antiques k Pianos. Maryland Sq. Shopping Center. 732-1867. i MM MM • tiii MM I MM tft^ i&6A"CiMeil''SMiftn Licensed Real Estate Brolcer BEAUTIFUL NEW HOME NEARTHE GOLF COURSE!! 3 bedrooms, 2 bath, custom built. $72,45000. IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY!! PRICE REDUCED!! 4 bedrooms, 2 bath, 5years old. Fireplace, near Khools. $69,500. V FREE FORM POOL!! 3 bedroom, 2 bath, double garage, $82,00000. BEAUTIFUL NEW!! 3 bedrooms, 2 bath, $74,500 00. cathedral ceilings, fireplace. EXCELLENT LOCATION!! 3 bedroom. 2 bath. new. Fireplace. $73,500.00. Family room. IN GINGERWOOD ADULTS 2 bedroom, I bath $15,400.00. 12 X 60 EXPANDO!! REDUCED!! 1968 Broadmore, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, in Gingerwood. Immediate occupancy, adults only $13,900 00. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION • PRICE REDUCED!! $33,900 buys this near new mobile home in MAM Park. Adult* only. BEAUTIFUL SPUT LEVEL!! ADULTS ONLY!! 1908 square feet 3r x 60'. On MounUin ViiU lot. $98,800. 12 X 70 NEW $22JO0!! Adults only 3 bedroom 2 baths. Possession today. 2 BEDROOM 12 x 80 $16,400!t This one has a 10 x 30 add-on. In NAN Park. AdulU only A good buy 1977 AIRSTREAM $11,950. 25'. Many extrit • like new. Only TNI DOM MIS [B BIAlTOS Ceiwtt lAIONewvsNiplftiwy, ^ii9D#fvie^tf M8 1447 Sue Broadbeat 2n-l4l3 tn-nnf .Ji$-iuo Byron Graham To Friary Nel Dwaawajr Shirley Pkillipt G A. "Carly" Saith Lilllin ColItDt Nancy Murpky. Ed Harvty Jtn-itm jas-nei 293-ISN WANTED TO RENT OR LEASE, building with parking facilities large enough to conduct auctions. Darwin Bible, Action Auction, 293-5388. B.C. RIDE WANTED • Twice or three times a week on companion basis to play bingo. From B.C. to Henderson or Las Vegas. By Retired lady. 293-2560 B C LOVELY FRUITWOOD 3 pc. dining rm. set ft-om I920's Dining table with 6 stuffed chairs and 3 leaves. Buffet' and 2 pc. china closet all drawers are dove tailed and corner squared and constructed from solid oak. Beautiful furniture. Complete set $190a See at ACTION AUCTIONEERING 508 Nev. Hwy, 293 5368. BC. lUUyUllBHI! Vi!l lady in green pjckupl iw-camper who witoessedl .accident on 1-20-79 Ijettween car A 2 motorcy(cles, please call 565-6348; i ADVERTISERS | I PLEASE PROOF j Your ad the fTrSt df(y j I in case an error, ac! I curs. The Henderstfn | I Home News Will ai> j sume no responsibilJ I ity after the first day of I I publication. Error| I claims must be made I immediately. j SEAR'S COLDSPOf air condition. Fits standard window. $190. 293-3315. B.C. 3' I SEWING MACNINE SERVICr SPECIAL c I will clean, oil. adjust top and bottom tehjjons in your home with no service call charge far -; 10W:$5.95 Automatic A free arm machines, add $2.00. ALL WORK GUARANTEEDHENDERSON 545-0255 ''' 17 yn. fxpwlMi CLTON ,CflR£Tr ReaLTV PHONE 293-3333 Vivian Richards 293-1797 Bart Hyde 293-2144 Carol Rcii^h 293-4950 Elton M Carrett .293 2839 3S4 Nevodo Hwy,, Boulder C BARGAIN TIME 3 bedroom, 2 baths. other homes in mature neighborhood. Priced under" $59,900. HIGH ON THE MOUNTAIN Below Appraisal, (faster bedroom suite has Jacuzzi and Fireplace. Must' see to appreciate this luxury home. $115,000 RARE FIND 3 bedrooms, 2 bath home with \S\ 30 pool, plus spa. Good terms Only $76,500. VIEW OF CITY -Building lots overlook BouiderClty, and Eldorado Valley. Over Vi .Acre. Prices beijin at$25,000. • LAKEVIEW SITES Desirable lot on Woodacre Drive. Over I 3 Acre. Only $38,500. HIGHWAY FRONTAGE erty. See us Tor details on |>ropFOR RENT New 2 bedroom. 2ti bath apt, unftim. except for built-ins. $365 00 per month ; : : MOTEL FOR SALE Details to qualined patiiM> ill Wl HAVE lUYEtS Wl NEED USTlNOS 31 YIAIS nONKIINO MAL ESTATE w louiof I cm \ccoustic9JCeilin0R RKNT I. t A 3 kitm far* ar .^.MMbtjM Head Trir Hatrit HCHS For rent t, 2, A I bdrm Irill, en $38 to $80 wk Call 565 7783 9r.|9 7141 Hdn connuooR Quality Work ft^fllbd^ Customs Frartpil—Concrete Pat tot. ^^ .Ucensed A Bonded ; -^544-5301 singer Authorised Dealer SORENSEN'S SEWING CENTER. 509 Ave. C. B.C. 283-3770. FOR SALE BY OWNER Lewis Home, 6 yrs. old. Present loan 7%. 4 bdrm., 2 bths., den, new 18 x 28 family rm. w-nreplaee Gas A Elec Has lawn, fruit trees, storage shed. Close to schools. BEST BUY IN HDN. 5650137 TWO NEW BOULDER CITY CONDOS, in U Dolce Vita. Luxury 2 bdrm. condos for sale by owner. 1 due for completion 1st of March. 2nd it occupied by owner. VMin. B C. Learn ,U\ drive with Las Vegas SeiMHof Driving. JtigjaBiing in nervous A IliMfflpped persons. All ages. Day A evening inslrvctipii ^ree home pickup. Sub-contractor — Residential — CoffiiDgfh>m East In 2 weeks 313-742-5935 • • • • MaMMMMtaMa m^" • MUSTSEU CBfVifteiir eqiilp LUwbMT. All ttill la cartons. Honest Abe President Taaberrjr Titan "T". Pelaiiiar 500 C.B., Wilton. MK II A IV. Pace Communicator I A II, Deck mikes Wall-deck A Mobile Chargers Coax, Call Anytime, 7 days. 565-8080 PACKED WITH POS SIBILTTIES 2bdrm.,2bath home in Henderson. Lawn is ftilly fenced w-sprinkler in fh)nt Walk to elementary school. Call today. Won't latt at $38J0O. Adavan Ra* alty, 888-2737 or Evenings "ii Kingston w-front A rear '-* bdrms., 1 bth. Set up (D park. 88900. Pk. rS4174. POR SALE • ment 10 speed like new; extra Ig bean bag : call MIL 4 p m. 564-3040 H • gPBRilNCED FOOD iWArrdBSS WANTED Tny :tervtl axp. For swing shift • at Nick's Supper Club. •Apply in perton hron S-S. No ^phoM calls. Hdn. • V WInncbcgo Camper Shell fort ft. bed. Cargo door, insulated. 8rS. Ph. 883-4478. irS PONTIAC CATALINA. 83,000 milat. Factory air, excellent mechanical con:dltioa. Very good rubber, :My, extras. $1900. -28MaM. BC. I^R SALE complete tube frame kit for VW dunebuggy. call aft. 4 p.m. 564-3040. M TJIAVBL TRAILER, 18' ;CoachaMa Ref^lg. stove. i toilet.gat 12 A 110 volt light sing, water tank and healer. I Claims to sleep six. Excel; lent cond. IMOOiW 183-5464 4 • I I Ain^lUapleMlMaM repair Ca peaUy, patatlag. reeai Hti liMt Capltw drywail tervite. REWARD!'' LOST VICINITY FAIRWAY A PACIFIC-11 mo old female mixed black Lab wearing red collar, answers to Jackson Call 565-6838 anytime. Has white spot on chest white fUr on feet. I SNANia PRODUCTS I URLMttO, BRANP NBW :fPLTT LBVIL, Hi8N w 8 la B.C OwMf U88MM. I" ^. mitmU (lie balfera. Utopr. MinM baifg Mlpet, Blni drtfM, 8M ieoBventleHl lM8. 9^tn Isiyife. ri-IW Keilir Um, fi'MiaiiONDA.oi8Mim ,1.6. ieoBventpiHi lmMk.m-m JReaMwM-T HAH AV OPm H WM#| PMI ili filr, \k l.p. Itiatr, Mtd fltlMf. I now available in Lewis | I homes area Dianna 1 I McKee293 4798 BX^ LOOKING TO BUY A HOME IN BOULDER CITY' See Henderson Realty ad or call 289^2151 Local AmWay Distributing Is helping many persons earn money working two to four hours a day. We can help you. For appointment call 565-0244, between 7-9 p m Ask for Bob. MOBILE HOME FOR SALE. 14 X 70 3 bdrm 1 bath, skirt Ing. awnings, porches, landscaped $18,000 Unf $20,000 fum. Gingerwood Mobile Home Park. 1306 Marwood. 283-4546 BC. Building for rent 28 x SO Ideal for mcctingt. dance studio, etc Has rMt room facilltlet A bar Contact Gordon Kline. 565^9349 or 56^2075. HOME FOR SALE IN B.C. S bdrm., 2 bath, lovely eonni patle, alee MN, treat, feaeed. Immediate •ccapaecy 180,000. aB}-14IL B.C 1628 Boulder Hwy. 564-1098 ,JUUUUHIIMI'"'"L BOULDER EUaRIC Licensed, bonded, insured Lie. No 15187 Call 29 3 1097 or 293-4899 C ti miMini F FREE FILM OR CASH DISCOUNT ON ALL FILMS,' '. Primed and dcvcleped at VANS NEVADA DRUG, BOULDER CITY. NV. Inconif Tas Prepared: Notar> ScfMCf. Bob Ward. 239 Kansas. Hendcrvm. Ph St>4.3094. BABYSITTER WANTED Reliable, 3 weekdays. 293-4167. B.C WANTED: Experienced 21 dealer. Skyline Casino, ask for Jack. Il'tll 7. 1741 Boulder Hwy, Hdn. 327 REBUILT CHEVY ENGINE, $500.283 Block bored 80 over. $100. Or best offer. 51 Collins St., Henderson. PROFESSIONAL KARATE INSTRUCTOR will trtde lessons to teenager for light work. 565-6262. Hdn. FMUASI THREE BEAUTIFUL HOMES Near Park with View 4^ bdrm 2 bath. $425. Interior decorator's home. 4 t>drm.. 2 bath w Las Vegas view $475 New 4 bdrm., 2 bath, 2 story Many home features. $550 GMATNEVADA ptoratTisco. KAITOIS OFFICE HELP: Lady to work in busy ofTice. Experience required. Kelly's Glass. LV. 481-9302. NEED A MAN AROUND THE HOUSE??? Call the handyman. He does everything. 731-1212. WILL BUY • Scrap copper. Brass. Batteries. Will pick up Call from 12 noon p.m. to 6 p m 565-0859 H. 1971 240Z Dalsun Vinyl top 4 speed, Air, Radio, $3,000. 642-3834 or 642-2873 fsr Rosecrest Cabinets, Inc. HENDERSON, NEVADA ^e\^y Custom Kitchens 565-7472 lOOKINO K)R WORK ?7 BUILDING CO. 293-5114 1,IC. 15487 Custom Homes, Additions and Remodeling. BC HENDERSON jo8 C wma ^ 119 WATER ST. Offeis NO-FEE Pbcemsnls In a Variety of Jobs PROFESSIONAL •TECHNICAL A eCLERICAL SERVICE SALES /LEV/MTB TRADES OfY?^ FULL A X PART TIME STATE OF NEVADA EMPLOYMENT SECURITY DEPARTMENT (ESD) OTHER ESD OFFICES AT: 135S.8th,L.V. 2071 L.V. Blvd. No., N.L.V. CHILD CARE: Licensed home in C T. Sewell Area 564 2570 it*n 8 u B m • n <(^-'^jgiiiii^ii-!^j-!'it^^^J<*f!>i><^^ \ 4 BDRM 2 BATH I CUSTOM HOME BY GOLh COURSE. Fireplace, dining mom, tH ciciiric. Irg. master bdrm. block wall. RV and pool sized let. AMID sprinklers. Malmeoanee free from vard. $87,500. I93-4*J0 BC. AKC Miniature Black Oachs hund Stud Service. 565-93^'* before •> a.m. or after 2|.10 p.m 4 BDRM 2 BATH • b met. old. Utility loom, cusiom drapes Auto sprinklers, prices to sell. $65.TM FRIGIDAIRE 152 cu. ft. self defrost. 5mos old $300 Call 565-9483 after 3 pm Hdn HELP WANTED Station at tendant. Experienced. Apply al Zike's Hdn Texaco, Water k Lake Mead. Hdn INSIDE DOORS. Screen door W'hdw. Your choice. $5 each 564 1648 Hdn. DIVORCE SETTLEMENT 1978 Singer Zig Zag sewing machine. New cond used 4 mos. buttonholes, fancy stitches, sews stretch material, monagrams. darns, etc. Cabinet included As sume payments or full cash balance $5541 Call days, evenings, or weekends. 649^7693 LV. RICKS MXRINE SERVICE: Certified Merc Mech lOyrs. exp. Merc Volvo, Chrysler k Jets OMC 565 7996 Hdn LARGE TENT TRAILER, sleeps 8. stove, ice box. good cond $750 293 4051 8 am to 2 pm BC HORSE CORRALS FOR RENT IN B.C. 293 1821 BC. $19,000 UNDER APPRAISAL BC Custom 4 bdrm 24 bath home on % acre loned for horses. Master bdrm has fireplace, dressing rm k Jacuzii Family rm w wet bar II fireplace Country kitchen 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 tetting overlooking B C. 5 mi nutes to Lake Mead, k 30 min. to Las Vegas Appraised $130,000 Selling price: $119,000 Call owner at VMm. B C MtWINO MACNmi INITRUCnONI Naed Nip wRk tptration of your Sewing Machine' Complete Instractioni in your home Only IBM. 8434)117. HO$PITAL BED FOR SALE Set includes bed, bedside table k ovtrbcd table $•& GM4 CMdMioa. YM kal Items wtK Mid leparalaly St. RaM dt Lima Naip. 984-MB. Mi HI. NM. ACtPUNCTUIIC Arthrilis, karsltii, migraine, asthma, allergy, lirokc, sciatica, sinus, geat, preslate. 73S-7242. SIGNS by BERTIE HELP WANTED: Ma ids & desk clerk. Must apply in person. Best Western Motel. 85 Lake Mead Dr, Hdn. \ 75 FORD \ TON PU with shell. 300 C L 4 sp new front tires and batt 36,000 miles Excel, cond clean $3,399 293 2168 B C VOi; .-VAME IT. WE DO IT Na job to small Ke.sidential or commercial 293-5464 or 2934284 BC BOOK SALE Hundreds of hardback.s 50'. Sat. thru Mon 10 am to 5 pm. ACK'S ATTIC COLLECTIBLES. $30 Nevada Highway. B C Ph 293-4035 ) 565-9690 I $325. 3 bdrm. 2 bath Carpet^ drapes. Preferred adults, Ph 964-3611 Hdn VARD SALE 255 Tungstan. Feb. 17 & 18 10'til 5. Hdn. FOR SALE 30^' Kelvinator Range Two ovens 296 W. Basic Rd.. Hdn Nv. 565-0262 1976 Pontiac Firebird Silver wwhite interior .\ir. full power. 8 cvl $3950 Call 564 5989 after 6pm VARD WORK TRACT CLEAN'l'P Reasonable 564 3745 after 5 2BDRM APTS. FOR RENT. Call 565-9051. Desert Gardens Apts. Hdn. PATIOS, STEPS. COOL DECK .\ND REPAIR 30 yrs exp Hourly 498 1535 or 565 9306 WAWINS WODUCTS AVAIl4.8U. Coll S6S4IS8. Mn. NO 11 III 'Mt^i MfXWSa HOlDrS BLACKMOUNTAIN -^^^S*PLUMBING 10W.ATIS • SEWER 8i DRAIN LINES CLfANED • f FAUCETS • GARBAGE OISPOS/MS • / NEW FIXTURES INSTALLED ,' COMIMiCIAl. ItSIMNTIAl ^ • noEBT Tooo Qmnti d; 565-6749 1 ACRE—CHOKE LOT High up on Mission Hills] near Railroad Pass, overlooking Vegas Vallay. Utilities are in. Owner.j $18,500. Ph. 564-222S. Hdn. Zoned RR. lMMaAa*iaMMMMMi • CONTACTOS UCENSt NO 10270 ** Lloyd Ell.oM Tom larilleoux ** NOW WITH ROOf REPAIR NEW CONSTWCnON MOTROOf SHAKES SHINGLES Till Fill KTIMATIS ,^1620 N lOUlMt HWTHEN0SON,NIVA0A TEDDVS KITCHENETTES "JuM bring year iMthbresh ZtM7l$ HOUSE CLEANING BY EXPERIENCED COUPLE we do carpets, walls, floors, windows, el. Call for appt 293^9444. B.C. Guitar Lessoni for Beginners. Will come to your home. Ph. 964-3337 before noon. HOME FOR SALE • 3 bdrm 2 bath, garage, large fenced yard, automatic sprinltler system $84,900 293 3843 B.C. A~ ———————— TUBS i SINKS Reflnisbed Alie-cliipi repaired. Any color appliances raflnitltad. Free Caliniatai. Low rates All work gaaranteed 871 1481 24 Hri. • 7 days. THI BURK OAL'IV 400 Nrrada Hwy QUALITY CUITOM FRAM 79 ONE TON CHEV. 390.4 t%^ short wheel base, flat t>d;duals. 2460 mi $6290. 964-1770 afterepm Hdn. WALLS, BACKHOE k SMALL DOZER. By the hour. Charlie Walls. 564-1770 after 8 p m. Hdn. CAMPER SHELL for 8 ft bd. Reasonable 293-1591 B.C. FOR SALE Almost new GE clothes dryer, Overhead hair dryer. 2 quilted twin bedspreads 293 9293 B C. 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 C.\SH. Private owner. Ask Bill Reynolds about it. ^00000000000000000000000000000001 DANNEBERGER PLUMBING & HEATING •CONTRACTING •NEW CONSTRUCTION •RESIDENTIAL •COMMERCIAL REMODEUNC^ 24 HOUR SERVICE CALLS • 7 DAYS A WCEK 5654035 • III WATHST, HON. I EXPERIENCED CXKPENTER fait, prork by the hour Framing, rooms, additions, fencing, fte. 1^3 1799. B.C^ NIW ^AOUTY new hir. inf. T*f aslory and b*naiftn, tNa, LfNt, nwrvM oidn. ar^trliM. 10 WHI llhr. thifH, 2f3-S1S1. ••l4r City Cart C*nt*r. ^^ MK&iiallhiiii adtti • MM

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HMdMMi HMM NMM and iMUar City Nw i^V M waul •WW^^-P—fW^-SW ^ PUTITINTHE #R SALE -table* 4 cfcii, -snow skis, misc. Cill : 293-4M1 After 4 on weekdays or anytime weekends. B.C. RJA COLOR CONSOLE TV. '•IMO 283 3315. B.C. Ijfr Vk OLD HOUSE: 3 bdrra.. J\\ bath On large Cul de Sac •in Greenway Gardens. Hen•xlerson. $58,000. Ph. .; 964^2889 JACK IN THE BOX announces new hours. Sun. through Thurs., 6 am to 12 j>m; Fri. 4 Sat., 6 am to 1 am. BC •^k_____ BABYSITTING IN MY HOME. ,,. i'H 564-2524 Hdn. iif: II SPKIAl VAUK Mobile Home, dbl. wide. Located in Gingerwood near pool, jacuizi, rec. hall, shufTIe board court. This one has all the trimmings. Call now. 2934320 or 293-1622 PLAYER PIANO. Completely rebuilt. Beautirul Cher rywood cabinet Outstanding tone quality. Remarkable for the price. Mickey Finn's Antiques li Pianos. Maryland Sq. Shopping Center 732 1867. OPENINGS NOW AVAILA BLE in houselieeping and laundry. Institutional exper helpftil. Apply in person between 9am and 3 pm. B.C Care Center. Ml Adams BLVD.. BC. • • Ifll.lHllllll.l...^,.—,. : .MAMONDfUTE Save your wheel alignment, install Diamondplate to your curb. $35. pr. 293-44S3 BC xnoi ** • • • • • "T RUMMAGE SALE: The 51 Club., Sat., Feb. 17 at 51 Water St Hdn. 18 FT. AUO TRAVEL TRAILER Stove It oven. ice box. $8S 293-3315. B.C. WANTED truckload of manure or sludge. Fred Trieger, 824 Ave. I, B.C. Ph 203-1062 FOR SALE -1987 FORD RAN CHERO P-U Excel cond. AM FM Radio. Newly upholstered. Make offer. 293-5314. B.C. r 1968 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER Ari, PS, PB, 2 dr. call mornings 730 to 9 a.m. 293-3355 B C. FULL TIME bookkeeper needed 293 2323 B C. FOR SALE Beauty Salon chair-hairdryer, $25 Gaffer Sattler Dishwasher, $2S. Eureka upright w-attachments, $20 29" x 53" Spanish Style Picture, 95. 293-3610. B C. -=* GARAGE SALE: Clothing, misc. Feb. 17,10 am. 997 El Camino Way., B.C. ED HARWOOD OF CONSUMERS APPLIANCE has Phiico Color TVs starting at $289.95 and Super Bargains in New 4 Used Refrigerators. WaiRerS, Diners, Dishwashers, Disposals, Water Heaters 4 so Forth. Call 504 2210. 118 E Uke Mead Dr, Hdn next to 7-11 Store. WANTED: ROOMMATE to share 3 bdrm 2 bth home in Highland Hills. Call mornings or Sun. & Mon. 565-7960. Hdn MERV'S LOCK I KEY SHOP Locked Out Lose Your Keys Auto-Home-Office Locks or Combination Changed 24 Hour Emergency Service 540 Ave. B, B.C 293-3822 FOR RESUUS SHAKLEE PRODUCTS Rhoda D. Hagadone Authorized Distributor 293-4350 B.C. We'll Call On You" ?^ STARS Of TOMORROW ARE BEING BORN TODAY AT DANCE THEATRE WEST LADIES!! Avoid ioiningexpeive spas. Our slimnastics class is available on a week to week basis. Come in and lose those unwanted inches. Jozi-Tap-Gymnattict ond Ballet Stalling age 2 tup 293.3677 ace ZBI \bur home is your castle TrytfB HBIIDERSON PIAZA APTS. 2 Bedmni 9 1^ Rjra&Unfum. Pool 730 Center St 565-7512J ^ xFfiplMMRiS65-7B2B| BbckWali ^^i MOSSEFTS MASONRY Dean Mosser UcNaUTOe FOR RENT • KMctoMHM. fit wh. UiiHiiee pM. Skady UU. Melei. S6S-7M. ( FOR .ALL YOU R\ GL.\SS NEEDS! / STOVE 2 ovens, self cleaning. extras 39 in. wide 293 2072. B.C. MOBILE HOME. MUST SELL Super low price Fum. New appl B C 293 3480. BABY GRAND MarshallWendell. Beautiful mahogany case. In Mint Condition. Lilte New. Mickey Finn's Antiques k Piano.s Maryland Sq. Shopping Center. 7321687. BOULDER REALTY MOTORHOME: 1975 South wind. lO.OOO miles. Loaded w-extras. $11,500. Ph. 564-3320 after 3 p.m. Hdn. JANITORIAL HELP WANTED. Mornings: 2 or 3 hrs. daily Ph 5fl5-373 or apply at Iceland Skating Rink, 704 Sunset Rd.. Hdn. REALTORS MLS 293-3300 FOR INFORMATION CAIL 293-3332 CUTE ONE BEDIOOM HOME h CcMni BiMkkr City. and wbtag. Perfect atMlir baac with l|c la( aad ptniy of rooa !• espaad. S27,5I0.M. SPECTACULAR VIEW OF LAKE MEAD One of a kind 33 acre building lot BEAUTIFULLY KEPT VILLA DEL PRADO HOME 4 Mrm 1^< Bath, fireplace. 2 car garage Block wall en closes rear yard Don't miss out on this spectacular home YOU WILL ENJOY THIS 3 bdrm., 2 bath home Freshly painted, in tiptopcond Extra large front driveway R V. storage, large landscaped backyard, and storage shed Much, much, more. IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A 12' X 60' Mobile Home, this one is for you Desert landscaped. 2 bdrm mbath. nice size living room, very well kept. Adult park in Boul der City EXCEPTIONAL 2 story home overlooking B C Golf Course !M;$ter bdrm suite is 20 X 29, 3 car garage, approx.3400 sq n liveable WARM YOURSELF BY A CRACKLIN' FIRE in the fam ify room fireplace This well planned home features 4 bdrm 2 baths. JennAir Cooktop Range, self cleaning oven, laundry room, formal dining and living area and garage plus work area YOU WILL ENJOY TIMS 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 L tcated in B C at 1306 Denver St Call for deuils and appt to see BUILDING LOT with spectacular view of Lake Mead, appj^oximately ^ 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 fireplace, separate family room and much, moch more Call for details. Enjoy the SPECTACULAR VIEW OF LAKE MEAD, from this lovely 3 bdrm., 1^ bath home Gas Hreplace in living room, spacious master bedrm. suite. Double garage. BUILDING LOT IN SUBDIVISION 11. High \o( with a beautiful view. Owner is a licensed rear estate salesman. ON THE SIDE OF A MOUNTAIN! Beautiful raised lot overlooking the lake with unrestricted view. One of a Kind! EXCELLENT FAMILY HOBfE. 4 bdrm IV4 bath, with family rm, Large comer lot with fenced in backyard. Excell. neighborhood. PRIDE OF OWNERSHIP describes this lovely spacious 3 bdrm., IV4 bath home with swimming pool Excellent location. Call our office for derails CUL DE-SAC LOT-excellentbuilding lot that features an even better view. BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME on one of Ihei. subdivision II lots we have listed. Call for information. BEAUTIFUL 24 X 60 MOBILE HOME and landscaped lot Covered patio and carport with room for RV parking 3 rooms of ftirniture included. Tkii ii aa eictllent buy Janice Crawford „ .293-^5 Deanna Keele .283-1492 Rick Shea _.... .293 3209 W.R (Winnie Clark) .293-2848 PatShuman „ ^934799 Diana Leseberg 293-2729 [;June Hansen „ .^...^93-4223 418 Nevada Hi^way Boulder City, NTida Phone 293-3232 SB ^V "Th*r it no wibctitute for Exptritnct'' ^H ^DKX BIAR REALTYREAITORT 833 NEVADA HWY., B.C. 293-2171 or 293-3402 E AFTER HOURS CALL I REALTOR Bob Blair Carl Cowaa Andrea Anderson. Katie Cartlidge MicheleHess Tom Bn^n 293-2040 ..293-1499 291-2158 293-2254 .2931277 .293-3475 Claude Smith 293-4020 MLS m NEAR LAKE MEAD New custom 4 bdrm 2 bath. 2 car garage 1806 sq n living space Fireplace, patio. All electric. Auto sprinklers See ut for details BEAtmFUL CUSTOM Modular home on esUte lot 2250 sq ft Garage, 2 bdrm, 2 bath. Formal dining room Immaculate landscaping Close to airport for the executive pilot or one who wishes a beauunil view. LOVELY TWO STORY, 4 bdrm 2H baths, 16x38 heated pool k spa. fireplace, auto sprinklers, 2 car garage. 8x20 Greenhouse, EXCELLENT BUY ONLY $85,000 00 CUSTOM AREA, cul-de-sac, 3 large bdrms., 24 baths, fireplace, utility rm fenced. largeL^covered patio, approx 1,900 sq ft ALL FOR $85,000.00 TERRIFIC VIEW, 4 bdrm., 2H baths, on 68 acres, fam rm., fireplace, over 2 JOOaq It. 2cargarage. FINE CUSTOM BUY. BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM, 3 bdrm k den 2 M\ baths, shake roof,rec rrti 24x24,fireplace,specUcularview.onapprox.H acre lot, $1)9.500 00. NEAR GOLF COURSE, CUSTOM 4 bdrm 2 ftill k 3-4 baths, large paUo.fam rm fireplace, approx 3,400 sq. ft. brick home with excellent view. REAL EXECUTIVE HOME. LOTS OF TREES, in fine area, brick 3 bdrm.. fireplace, has basement, wood noors, carport, this home has many xtra features, ONLY $89taO0.OO. WE HAVE CUSTOM HOMES UNDER CONSTRUCTION, all in fine areas, see us for info, and prices NEW AREA, 3 bdrm 2 bath, dining rm., 2 car garage, has 18x32 ft pool with Jacuui (heated), block wall SEE THIS $83 MO 00 SPECTACULAR CUSTOM, 4 bdrm., 2-\ baths, approx. 3,400 sq ft fine landscaping, fenced, auto sprinklers, large nnished garage, fireplace, fam. rm. 2-large patioa, SEE US FOR INFO A REAL BEAUTY. CUSTOM, 3 bdrm 2 bath, stone faced fireplace, fam rm, fenced, xtra large garage, near golf course, TERRIFIC BUY AT $87,50000 EXCELLENT HOME, 3 bdrm 2 bath, new carpet k drapes covered patio. ^EE THIS FINE BUY AT $68,900 00 GOOD AREA, this 2 bdrm desert landscaped, large carport new wa;;her dryer, refrigerator go with this immaculate home for $46,250.00 MOBILE HOME ON ESTATE LOT, 2 bdrm covered patio, Large carport for boat, etc SEE THIS $45J00 00 IMMACULATE, 4 bdrm, 24 bath, lovely landscaping formal dining rm, fenced, 2 car garage, auto sprinklers, GREAT BUY AT $82,00000 APPROX 1.850 .SQ FT in this fine 4 bdrm, 2 bath, covered paUo. new carpet block wall, desert landKaped, 2 car garage, EXCELLENT BUY $78,000 00. BUSINESS FOR LEASE, tool k die shop, or purchase equipment, and lease bidg SEE US FOR DETAILS DEU FOR SALE WITH GOOD LEASE, inventory 4 fixture HAVE YOUR OWN BUSINESS. CALL TODAY FOR BUILDING LOTINPO. nany with views SEE US FOR COMMERCIAL k INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY Swcanfy ww Msynty it awf apwisRy. EBBBB NATURWAY NATURAl fOOOS 293II44 13U4Nev. Hwv, tf.C. 10% OFF TO SENIOR CITIZENS Ml VitanfaM, Mtoerak, ProteliM, Caftsoialtd Hcrix and Aloe Ver Gel ONLY! Are you living with a Drinking Problem •"? If so. why not try Al Anon. Meetings are Tues. 10 a.m. 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 565-9063. ANTIQUE WHITE and gold, girl's 4 pc. bdrm. set with matching canopy Excell. Eves 293-1319 B C GARAGE SALE Sat, Feb. 17 at413W Basic from9a.m. to 3 p.m. Hdn. MOTHER OF TWO BOYS. 8 A 7 YRS. would like to babysit I child evenings in my home Nic% area. 565-7332 after 6 p.m. Hdn. BATHROOM k KITCHEN re modeling. Reflnishing tubs k sinks. Also appliance, all colors. Chips also repaired. 731-1212. SFor Sale ^^0 Scludes Nevada PSCCer-* Xtificate k equipment, jfi nOwner Licensee. S 1293-1622. ^ nfi^^jaip^i^0^/p/p0^lf^^'^ji^ffi'^ii^^^i^^ RENTAL OFFICE CLERK I (Half-Time) Immediate opening for halftime Rental Offlce Clerk I at Espinoia Terrace (Senior Citizen housing project) in City of Henderson. Office open 4 hours each afternoon, Monday through Friday. For Job de-, scription and application, apply to Clark County Housing Authority, 5064 East Flamingo Road, Las Vegas (phone 451-8045), 8 am to 4:30 pm week-days. Salary range (halftime basis): $425 to $541 per month. An Affirmative Action-Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive due consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, sex, color, age or national origin. Applications close at 4:30 pm, Friday, February23, 1979 Selection will be based on training and previous work experience. W F Cottrell Executive Director QUALITY CUSTOM FRAMING The Burk Gal'ry 400 Nevada Hwy. 293-3958 BEGINNERS PIANOS Several to choose fVom $650 Mickey Finn's Antiques k Pianos. Maryland Sq. Shopping Center. 732-1867. i MM MM • tiii MM I MM tft^ i&6A"CiMeil''SMiftn Licensed Real Estate Brolcer BEAUTIFUL NEW HOME NEARTHE GOLF COURSE!! 3 bedrooms, 2 bath, custom built. $72,45000. IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY!! PRICE REDUCED!! 4 bedrooms, 2 bath, 5years old. Fireplace, near Khools. $69,500. V FREE FORM POOL!! 3 bedroom, 2 bath, double garage, $82,00000. BEAUTIFUL NEW!! 3 bedrooms, 2 bath, $74,500 00. cathedral ceilings, fireplace. EXCELLENT LOCATION!! 3 bedroom. 2 bath. new. Fireplace. $73,500.00. Family room. IN GINGERWOOD ADULTS 2 bedroom, I bath $15,400.00. 12 X 60 EXPANDO!! REDUCED!! 1968 Broadmore, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, in Gingerwood. Immediate occupancy, adults only $13,900 00. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION • PRICE REDUCED!! $33,900 buys this near new mobile home in MAM Park. Adult* only. BEAUTIFUL SPUT LEVEL!! ADULTS ONLY!! 1908 square feet 3r x 60'. On MounUin ViiU lot. $98,800. 12 X 70 NEW $22JO0!! Adults only 3 bedroom 2 baths. Possession today. 2 BEDROOM 12 x 80 $16,400!t This one has a 10 x 30 add-on. In NAN Park. AdulU only A good buy 1977 AIRSTREAM $11,950. 25'. Many extrit • like new. Only TNI DOM MIS [B BIAlTOS Ceiwtt lAIONewvsNiplftiwy, ^ii9D#fvie^tf M8 1447 Sue Broadbeat 2n-l4l3 tn-nnf .Ji$-iuo Byron Graham To Friary Nel Dwaawajr Shirley Pkillipt G A. "Carly" Saith Lilllin ColItDt Nancy Murpky. Ed Harvty Jtn-itm jas-nei 293-ISN WANTED TO RENT OR LEASE, building with parking facilities large enough to conduct auctions. Darwin Bible, Action Auction, 293-5388. B.C. RIDE WANTED • Twice or three times a week on companion basis to play bingo. From B.C. to Henderson or Las Vegas. By Retired lady. 293-2560 B C LOVELY FRUITWOOD 3 pc. dining rm. set ft-om I920's Dining table with 6 stuffed chairs and 3 leaves. Buffet' and 2 pc. china closet all drawers are dove tailed and corner squared and constructed from solid oak. Beautiful furniture. Complete set $190a See at ACTION AUCTIONEERING 508 Nev. Hwy, 293 5368. BC. lUUyUllBHI! Vi!l lady in green pjckupl iw-camper who witoessedl .accident on 1-20-79 Ijettween car A 2 motorcy(cles, please call 565-6348; i ADVERTISERS | I PLEASE PROOF j Your ad the fTrSt df(y j I in case an error, ac! I curs. The Henderstfn | I Home News Will ai> j sume no responsibilJ I ity after the first day of I I publication. Error| I claims must be made I immediately. j SEAR'S COLDSPOf air condition. Fits standard window. $190. 293-3315. B.C. 3' I SEWING MACNINE SERVICr SPECIAL c I will clean, oil. adjust top and bottom tehjjons in your home with no service call charge far -; 10W:$5.95 Automatic A free arm machines, add $2.00. ALL WORK GUARANTEEDHENDERSON 545-0255 ''' 17 yn. fxpwlMi CLTON ,CflR£Tr ReaLTV PHONE 293-3333 Vivian Richards 293-1797 Bart Hyde 293-2144 Carol Rcii^h 293-4950 Elton M Carrett .293 2839 3S4 Nevodo Hwy,, Boulder C BARGAIN TIME 3 bedroom, 2 baths. other homes in mature neighborhood. Priced under" $59,900. HIGH ON THE MOUNTAIN Below Appraisal, (faster bedroom suite has Jacuzzi and Fireplace. Must' see to appreciate this luxury home. $115,000 RARE FIND 3 bedrooms, 2 bath home with \S\ 30 pool, plus spa. Good terms Only $76,500. VIEW OF CITY -Building lots overlook BouiderClty, and Eldorado Valley. Over Vi .Acre. Prices beijin at$25,000. • LAKEVIEW SITES Desirable lot on Woodacre Drive. Over I 3 Acre. Only $38,500. HIGHWAY FRONTAGE erty. See us Tor details on |>ropFOR RENT New 2 bedroom. 2ti bath apt, unftim. except for built-ins. $365 00 per month ; : : MOTEL FOR SALE Details to qualined patiiM> ill Wl HAVE lUYEtS Wl NEED USTlNOS 31 YIAIS nONKIINO MAL ESTATE w louiof I cm \ccoustic9JCeilin0R RKNT I. t A 3 kitm far* ar .^.MMbtjM Head Trir Hatrit HCHS For rent t, 2, A I bdrm Irill, en $38 to $80 wk Call 565 7783 9r.|9 7141 Hdn connuooR Quality Work ft^fllbd^ Customs Frartpil—Concrete Pat tot. ^^ .Ucensed A Bonded ; -^544-5301 singer Authorised Dealer SORENSEN'S SEWING CENTER. 509 Ave. C. B.C. 283-3770. FOR SALE BY OWNER Lewis Home, 6 yrs. old. Present loan 7%. 4 bdrm., 2 bths., den, new 18 x 28 family rm. w-nreplaee Gas A Elec Has lawn, fruit trees, storage shed. Close to schools. BEST BUY IN HDN. 5650137 TWO NEW BOULDER CITY CONDOS, in U Dolce Vita. Luxury 2 bdrm. condos for sale by owner. 1 due for completion 1st of March. 2nd it occupied by owner. VMin. B C. Learn ,U\ drive with Las Vegas SeiMHof Driving. JtigjaBiing in nervous A IliMfflpped persons. All ages. Day A evening inslrvctipii ^ree home pickup. Sub-contractor — Residential — CoffiiDgfh>m East In 2 weeks 313-742-5935 • • • • MaMMMMtaMa m^" • MUSTSEU CBfVifteiir eqiilp LUwbMT. All ttill la cartons. Honest Abe President Taaberrjr Titan "T". Pelaiiiar 500 C.B., Wilton. MK II A IV. Pace Communicator I A II, Deck mikes Wall-deck A Mobile Chargers Coax, Call Anytime, 7 days. 565-8080 PACKED WITH POS SIBILTTIES 2bdrm.,2bath home in Henderson. Lawn is ftilly fenced w-sprinkler in fh)nt Walk to elementary school. Call today. Won't latt at $38J0O. Adavan Ra* alty, 888-2737 or Evenings "ii Kingston w-front A rear '-* bdrms., 1 bth. Set up (D park. 88900. Pk. rS4174. POR SALE • ment 10 speed like new; extra Ig bean bag : call MIL 4 p m. 564-3040 H • gPBRilNCED FOOD iWArrdBSS WANTED Tny :tervtl axp. For swing shift • at Nick's Supper Club. •Apply in perton hron S-S. No ^phoM calls. Hdn. • V WInncbcgo Camper Shell fort ft. bed. Cargo door, insulated. 8rS. Ph. 883-4478. irS PONTIAC CATALINA. 83,000 milat. Factory air, excellent mechanical con:dltioa. Very good rubber, :My, extras. $1900. -28MaM. BC. I^R SALE complete tube frame kit for VW dunebuggy. call aft. 4 p.m. 564-3040. M TJIAVBL TRAILER, 18' ;CoachaMa Ref^lg. stove. i toilet.gat 12 A 110 volt light sing, water tank and healer. I Claims to sleep six. Excel; lent cond. IMOOiW 183-5464 4 • I I Ain^lUapleMlMaM repair Ca peaUy, patatlag. reeai Hti liMt Capltw drywail tervite. REWARD!'' LOST VICINITY FAIRWAY A PACIFIC-11 mo old female mixed black Lab wearing red collar, answers to Jackson Call 565-6838 anytime. Has white spot on chest white fUr on feet. I SNANia PRODUCTS I URLMttO, BRANP NBW :fPLTT LBVIL, Hi8N w 8 la B.C OwMf U88MM. I" ^. mitmU (lie balfera. Utopr. MinM baifg Mlpet, Blni drtfM, 8M ieoBventleHl lM8. 9^tn Isiyife. ri-IW Keilir Um, fi'MiaiiONDA.oi8Mim ,1.6. ieoBventpiHi lmMk.m-m JReaMwM-T HAH AV OPm H WM#| PMI ili filr, \k l.p. Itiatr, Mtd fltlMf. I now available in Lewis | I homes area Dianna 1 I McKee293 4798 BX^ LOOKING TO BUY A HOME IN BOULDER CITY' See Henderson Realty ad or call 289^2151 Local AmWay Distributing Is helping many persons earn money working two to four hours a day. We can help you. For appointment call 565-0244, between 7-9 p m Ask for Bob. MOBILE HOME FOR SALE. 14 X 70 3 bdrm 1 bath, skirt Ing. awnings, porches, landscaped $18,000 Unf $20,000 fum. Gingerwood Mobile Home Park. 1306 Marwood. 283-4546 BC. Building for rent 28 x SO Ideal for mcctingt. dance studio, etc Has rMt room facilltlet A bar Contact Gordon Kline. 565^9349 or 56^2075. HOME FOR SALE IN B.C. S bdrm., 2 bath, lovely eonni patle, alee MN, treat, feaeed. Immediate •ccapaecy 180,000. aB}-14IL B.C 1628 Boulder Hwy. 564-1098 ,JUUUUHIIMI'"'"L BOULDER EUaRIC Licensed, bonded, insured Lie. No 15187 Call 29 3 1097 or 293-4899 C ti miMini F FREE FILM OR CASH DISCOUNT ON ALL FILMS,' '. Primed and dcvcleped at VANS NEVADA DRUG, BOULDER CITY. NV. Inconif Tas Prepared: Notar> ScfMCf. Bob Ward. 239 Kansas. Hendcrvm. Ph St>4.3094. BABYSITTER WANTED Reliable, 3 weekdays. 293-4167. B.C WANTED: Experienced 21 dealer. Skyline Casino, ask for Jack. Il'tll 7. 1741 Boulder Hwy, Hdn. 327 REBUILT CHEVY ENGINE, $500.283 Block bored 80 over. $100. Or best offer. 51 Collins St., Henderson. PROFESSIONAL KARATE INSTRUCTOR will trtde lessons to teenager for light work. 565-6262. Hdn. FMUASI THREE BEAUTIFUL HOMES Near Park with View 4^ bdrm 2 bath. $425. Interior decorator's home. 4 t>drm.. 2 bath w Las Vegas view $475 New 4 bdrm., 2 bath, 2 story Many home features. $550 GMATNEVADA ptoratTisco. KAITOIS OFFICE HELP: Lady to work in busy ofTice. Experience required. Kelly's Glass. LV. 481-9302. NEED A MAN AROUND THE HOUSE??? Call the handyman. He does everything. 731-1212. WILL BUY • Scrap copper. Brass. Batteries. Will pick up Call from 12 noon p.m. to 6 p m 565-0859 H. 1971 240Z Dalsun Vinyl top 4 speed, Air, Radio, $3,000. 642-3834 or 642-2873 fsr Rosecrest Cabinets, Inc. HENDERSON, NEVADA ^e\^y Custom Kitchens 565-7472 lOOKINO K)R WORK ?7 BUILDING CO. 293-5114 1,IC. 15487 Custom Homes, Additions and Remodeling. BC HENDERSON jo8 C wma ^ 119 WATER ST. Offeis NO-FEE Pbcemsnls In a Variety of Jobs PROFESSIONAL •TECHNICAL A eCLERICAL SERVICE SALES /LEV/MTB TRADES OfY?^ FULL A X PART TIME STATE OF NEVADA EMPLOYMENT SECURITY DEPARTMENT (ESD) OTHER ESD OFFICES AT: 135S.8th,L.V. 2071 L.V. Blvd. No., N.L.V. CHILD CARE: Licensed home in C T. Sewell Area 564 2570 it*n 8 u B m • n <(^-'^jgiiiii^ii-!^j-!'it^^^J<*f!>i><^^ \ 4 BDRM 2 BATH I CUSTOM HOME BY GOLh COURSE. Fireplace, dining mom, tH ciciiric. Irg. master bdrm. block wall. RV and pool sized let. AMID sprinklers. Malmeoanee free from vard. $87,500. I93-4*J0 BC. AKC Miniature Black Oachs hund Stud Service. 565-93^'* before •> a.m. or after 2|.10 p.m 4 BDRM 2 BATH • b met. old. Utility loom, cusiom drapes Auto sprinklers, prices to sell. $65.TM FRIGIDAIRE 152 cu. ft. self defrost. 5mos old $300 Call 565-9483 after 3 pm Hdn HELP WANTED Station at tendant. Experienced. Apply al Zike's Hdn Texaco, Water k Lake Mead. Hdn INSIDE DOORS. Screen door W'hdw. Your choice. $5 each 564 1648 Hdn. DIVORCE SETTLEMENT 1978 Singer Zig Zag sewing machine. New cond used 4 mos. buttonholes, fancy stitches, sews stretch material, monagrams. darns, etc. Cabinet included As sume payments or full cash balance $5541 Call days, evenings, or weekends. 649^7693 LV. RICKS MXRINE SERVICE: Certified Merc Mech lOyrs. exp. Merc Volvo, Chrysler k Jets OMC 565 7996 Hdn LARGE TENT TRAILER, sleeps 8. stove, ice box. good cond $750 293 4051 8 am to 2 pm BC HORSE CORRALS FOR RENT IN B.C. 293 1821 BC. $19,000 UNDER APPRAISAL BC Custom 4 bdrm 24 bath home on % acre loned for horses. Master bdrm has fireplace, dressing rm k Jacuzii Family rm w wet bar II fireplace Country kitchen 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 tetting overlooking B C. 5 mi nutes to Lake Mead, k 30 min. to Las Vegas Appraised $130,000 Selling price: $119,000 Call owner at VMm. B C MtWINO MACNmi INITRUCnONI Naed Nip wRk tptration of your Sewing Machine' Complete Instractioni in your home Only IBM. 8434)117. HO$PITAL BED FOR SALE Set includes bed, bedside table k ovtrbcd table $•& GM4 CMdMioa. YM kal Items wtK Mid leparalaly St. RaM dt Lima Naip. 984-MB. Mi HI. NM. ACtPUNCTUIIC Arthrilis, karsltii, migraine, asthma, allergy, lirokc, sciatica, sinus, geat, preslate. 73S-7242. SIGNS by BERTIE HELP WANTED: Ma ids & desk clerk. Must apply in person. Best Western Motel. 85 Lake Mead Dr, Hdn. \ 75 FORD \ TON PU with shell. 300 C L 4 sp new front tires and batt 36,000 miles Excel, cond clean $3,399 293 2168 B C VOi; .-VAME IT. WE DO IT Na job to small Ke.sidential or commercial 293-5464 or 2934284 BC BOOK SALE Hundreds of hardback.s 50'. Sat. thru Mon 10 am to 5 pm. ACK'S ATTIC COLLECTIBLES. $30 Nevada Highway. B C Ph 293-4035 ) 565-9690 I $325. 3 bdrm. 2 bath Carpet^ drapes. Preferred adults, Ph 964-3611 Hdn VARD SALE 255 Tungstan. Feb. 17 & 18 10'til 5. Hdn. FOR SALE 30^' Kelvinator Range Two ovens 296 W. Basic Rd.. Hdn Nv. 565-0262 1976 Pontiac Firebird Silver wwhite interior .\ir. full power. 8 cvl $3950 Call 564 5989 after 6pm VARD WORK TRACT CLEAN'l'P Reasonable 564 3745 after 5 2BDRM APTS. FOR RENT. Call 565-9051. Desert Gardens Apts. Hdn. PATIOS, STEPS. COOL DECK .\ND REPAIR 30 yrs exp Hourly 498 1535 or 565 9306 WAWINS WODUCTS AVAIl4.8U. Coll S6S4IS8. Mn. NO 11 III 'Mt^i MfXWSa HOlDrS BLACKMOUNTAIN -^^^S*PLUMBING 10W.ATIS • SEWER 8i DRAIN LINES CLfANED • f FAUCETS • GARBAGE OISPOS/MS • / NEW FIXTURES INSTALLED ,' COMIMiCIAl. ItSIMNTIAl ^ • noEBT Tooo Qmnti d; 565-6749 1 ACRE—CHOKE LOT High up on Mission Hills] near Railroad Pass, overlooking Vegas Vallay. Utilities are in. Owner.j $18,500. Ph. 564-222S. Hdn. Zoned RR. lMMaAa*iaMMMMMi • CONTACTOS UCENSt NO 10270 ** Lloyd Ell.oM Tom larilleoux ** NOW WITH ROOf REPAIR NEW CONSTWCnON MOTROOf SHAKES SHINGLES Till Fill KTIMATIS ,^1620 N lOUlMt HWTHEN0SON,NIVA0A TEDDVS KITCHENETTES "JuM bring year iMthbresh ZtM7l$ HOUSE CLEANING BY EXPERIENCED COUPLE we do carpets, walls, floors, windows, el. Call for appt 293^9444. B.C. Guitar Lessoni for Beginners. Will come to your home. Ph. 964-3337 before noon. HOME FOR SALE • 3 bdrm 2 bath, garage, large fenced yard, automatic sprinltler system $84,900 293 3843 B.C. A~ ———————— TUBS i SINKS Reflnisbed Alie-cliipi repaired. Any color appliances raflnitltad. Free Caliniatai. Low rates All work gaaranteed 871 1481 24 Hri. • 7 days. THI BURK OAL'IV 400 Nrrada Hwy QUALITY CUITOM FRAM 79 ONE TON CHEV. 390.4 t%^ short wheel base, flat t>d;duals. 2460 mi $6290. 964-1770 afterepm Hdn. WALLS, BACKHOE k SMALL DOZER. By the hour. Charlie Walls. 564-1770 after 8 p m. Hdn. CAMPER SHELL for 8 ft bd. Reasonable 293-1591 B.C. FOR SALE Almost new GE clothes dryer, Overhead hair dryer. 2 quilted twin bedspreads 293 9293 B C. 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 C.\SH. Private owner. Ask Bill Reynolds about it. ^00000000000000000000000000000001 DANNEBERGER PLUMBING & HEATING •CONTRACTING •NEW CONSTRUCTION •RESIDENTIAL •COMMERCIAL REMODEUNC^ 24 HOUR SERVICE CALLS • 7 DAYS A WCEK 5654035 • III WATHST, HON. I EXPERIENCED CXKPENTER fait, prork by the hour Framing, rooms, additions, fencing, fte. 1^3 1799. B.C^ NIW ^AOUTY new hir. inf. T*f aslory and b*naiftn, tNa, LfNt, nwrvM oidn. ar^trliM. 10 WHI llhr. thifH, 2f3-S1S1. ••l4r City Cart C*nt*r. ^^ MK&iiallhiiii adtti • MM

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Hi mmm jfc • I lEiVIX 79 ^MylJVS 79 AS ADVERTISED V ON T.V. AS ADVERTISED The Perfect 6 Passenger! $5379 lUIPPED: FACTORY AIR CONDITIONED Automatic, power steering, power disc brakes, luxury—tilt steering wtieel, deluxe wheel covers, AM radio with rear speakers, pin striping, sport mirrors, body side moldings, tinted glass, custom seat belts & much, much morel No. 9572. V Styling in the Perfect Mid-Sise BUY OR LEASE! $5879 IIPPED: FACTORY AIR CONDITIONED Automatic, power steering, power disc brakes, power windows, luxury—tilt steering wheel, AM radio, super cool radiator, tinted glass, deluxe seat belts, heavy duty battery & much, much more! No. 9520 j.ir^e BAAJVD NEW 79 BRAND PRIX FACTORY AIR CONDITIONED Power steering, power disc brakes, power windows. AM radio, luxury tilt wheel. Rally II wheels, tinted glass. WSW Tires. Body moldings, .vinyl top, much more No 9580 SALE mE BRAND NEW 79 TRANS AM The Nation't No. 1 Luxury Sport 12 IN STOCK FIM IMMEDIATE DEUVEIY BRAND NEW 79 FIREBIRD ESPRIT FACTORY AIR CONDITIONED Automatic, power steering, power brakes, sport mirrors. Rally II Wheels, tinted glass. & n^uch much more. No. 9789 SALE 'RICE BRAND NEW 79 UMANS SAFARI STATigN WAGON FACTORY AIR CONDITIONED Power steering, power brakes, power windows & seats, AMTMitOfornutX. reclining passenger seat, cast aluminum wheels w/custom trim. Lamp group. Cruise control, loaded with the necessary wagon options. No. 9594 • 'A ^^^^H viM'^ wviitiwi, ivauv^J will, liio IIW9VI $65791.DISC0UNTED SVPER '78s 1978 CATALINA FACTORY AIR CONDITIONED! !^ Automatic, power steering, power disc brakes, AM| ''^<^tZ [^^'' ^"^19'3SS' ^S^ tires, vinyl top. low miles OVR #1 TRADE'iNS SALE PRICED Mo. 3084 75 MICK KfiM. CK Gorgeous burgundy, loadtd with extras. No 9331A $' 12 MONTHS/12,000 MILE WARRANTY AVAILABLE 4678 77 MONTE CMLO Landau top. lots ot extras, roman red and reflects care Ha 8881. H799 1978 LeMANS jFACTORY AIR CONDITIONEQ. lAutomatic, power steering, power disc brakes, AM radio, tint t7lass, WSW tires, Ivinyl top, low miles. No. 2914 *^fcW 78 NOVA CPE A. Bronze beauty, fully factory S' equipt, low miles ^ MMIL 77 CNEVY 4x4 SMNTIEO Trick, tires and wheels. Air, tape sharp red truck No. PJ099 4378 76 COWETTE T-TOP Loaded w/equipt, low miles and sharp. No P2988 : 12 MONTH/12,000 MILE WARRANTY AVAILABLE 77 CMYSUR CPE Just traded, yellow, sharp, loaded No P3090 '4299 11978 CATALINA SAFARI 9 PASSENGER WAGON FACTORY AIR CONDITIONED Automatic, power steering, power disc brakes, AM radio, tint glass, WSW tires, Vinyl top, luggage rack, low mit9s. No. 2913 77 NEW YOIKEI CPE Local one owner car. artic white, only 18.000 miles. sharp No, 9542A, $1 77 RANCNEM IMM8NM Only 10.000 miles, loaded wttri equipt. See to believe No mh 111 4978 71 FANHONT CPE Try this one and you'll buy it. Sharp, kM miles, econofTMMBI 74 GNmi na-uT It s blue and it s sharp. Easy | on the wallet P3061 H999 73 UNCOIN MAW tV Metallic brown, loaded as youd expect, priced noht and runs good. No. 960aA $' 76CEUCA Automatic transmission. AIR, low miles, drive It and YOU II buy it No P3085. $' 78 MO ROAOtTEII 6.000 Miles and as you'd expect, lust like new. No. ism '4299 '71 CAMARO Z-28 4 speed, yellow. Loaded and low miles No 97Q2A, 77 CiMYtUR N0U6NAM Artie white, 18,000 miles, full power. Air, 1 owner. No. full power, 9542A $1 77 LUXURY T-ra Sharp & loaded. AM/FMtape, tilt, power windows, etc No. P3042 $1 71 RONNEVILLE 4 DR. Artic White with gorgeous blue velour No BH121 77 TRANS AM 4 SottA. abony Mack with air A extras ReflscttorWeof owncrshio Ho. 3064. 77UIAN0PRn Roman red, tilt, power equipment $' Low miles, artic white, nkx car, clearance priced. No. $' 77 CATALMA COUPE Satin silver. r er, air. nice. P2809. $' '76 CONVETTE Loaded' Real leather interior, automatic, approx 34,000 miles. Green No 298aA. $1 76 ORANO SAFARI Gold wagon with all extras sharp. W ?7W Vnt '77 VENTURA SON. Plar white, V8, ^4199 '77 MONTE CARU) Sunroof sharpest one in town, ebony black, loaded. MJML $1 76 ORANO PRIX TTOP Artic white, S-J, all the extras you d want. No. <2999 $> -71 TRANS AM Loaded with equipinent, silver, sharp $1 4 speed, sharp, white, low N' miles, economy and style. ^ '76 ORANO IfiNANS Coupe. Royal red with white interior, sfiarp, k>aded. No. ML V 76 CAPRKC SEDAN A Baby Mue with plenty otOi ixtrM, sharp. ^* '•t, .r^'^1; f AH toim USHiHiiiK '<^^ n ir a ^ mm • • • ^^ ,, -, • • -> • mt JM, JM. mw • • • > • mm. mm ^ a ^ —TC"~ it nnual Mardi Gras Celebnrtion Saturday "^.'^f/f' MM mm' • • • > • • mm • • mw ig a^ mm mr • > mm MK Am. JE • • % ElVEm • • 4*" • • ^'^ Jonw L Gbon The 30th day of this session of the Igiilature was Tuesday. This was an important milepost of the session because, besides being the half-way constitutional length of the session, it marks the last day the individual legislator can request a bMl to be drafted unless he first receives approval of two-thirds of his Kouse. )enaior Gibson's Legislative Report NEVADA STATE LIBRARY The rule does not "affect committee introduction but it does serve as a strong damper on the introduction of bills and is a help in trying to get the session over with. Many measures were requested today to beat the deadline, but from this day on the bill drafters will be receiving fewer and fewer requests. This week we have been addressed by Senator Howard Cannon on Mon. and Congressman Jim Santini on Tues., with Senator Paul Laxalt to address us on Thurs. It is interesting to hear the reports from our national representatives. Senator Cannon and Santini both gave very interesting talks although their style of delivery was quite different Like the legislature in these first four weeks they emphasized that congress will be faced with strong demands to cut spending they are responsible for and to cut taxes. They did not sound as sure as we are at the state legislature level that spending and taxes will be cut. From what they say it does sound like the message is seeping through l^j ^mm^AUABimuvtukiAi, vanii^ ^ ^^^ COMMUNITY'S NEWSPAPER PIUS WfIKIY SHOTfCRS MSPUYING MCRCHANTS' MESSAOiS TO MOST Of THE HOMES IN THE HENDERSON-BOULOER OTY AREA HENDERSON. NEVADA PHOVE 54-1881-All Departments Our 3lit Ytor • 14th Edition raiCEIS CENTS Thursday, February 15,1979 I JL ^ I Basic-Boulder Football Classic Cancelled Mony'Story Wf MMTy ZtMIt UMi ilfMilM MfliNNS SinM^ In Iron A United States marine walking with his hands up in surrender! You never saw this in the post ofllce billboards telling you to join the marines, the world's finest fighting force. Blindfolded and under armed guard with a gun pointed ft him and unable to fight back. A United States marine. Prom the halls of Montesuma to the shores of Tripoli, who would have imagined that our country's strongfft fighting men would ever bin this embarrassing positioa. An irnaUto the pride of the United States and to every ab• lebodied citizen. You can set up any type of government you want in your native Iran, or anywhere else, but don't toucy a hair of any United States citizen ... is the cry that probably will come from every American as they read the reports of the take over by force of the American embassy in Iran. And held hostage in the ambassador's own home! What it should do for us today is to have us re examine what Pres. Carter should have done when he knew the Shaw was on his way out. Either we should have withdrawn everv person of American blood from Iran at the first drop of the Shaw's hat or we should have sent in 5,000 marines to guard our rights and proprties on Iranian soil. To me it's not rattling a sabre. It is properly handling our nation's dignity. It all bothers me ... how about you? ToVs NOME NEWS llisicb OM* Pqgos — RACE TRACK [BILL PASSIS...Se Gibson pg. 1 'NEW VOLUNTEERS NEEDED I AT HOSPITAL See page 4 'SPORTS pages [TRY A GROUP TOUR f By Morry Zenoff.— paft 81 I WHY NOT fHINDKMON DOWNS? SM NW3 Desk pafe 1 ly lomo Kssferaen A joint statement, released by Principals of Basic and Boulder high schools, announced this week that the longest football rivalry in Clark County will be cancelled next year due to "incompatibility of schedules." Basic high school Principal Frank Brusa and Boulder High Principal, Ward H. Gubler, said they were "recently notified by the school district activities department that next year's football contest between the rival schools would have to be cancelled due to the incompatibility of beginning dates of the Southem AAA league and the AA league football schedules. "Basic, a member of the Southern AAA division, plays nine conference football games starting oh Sept. 7. As a member of the new statewide AA conference. Boulder City also plays nine conference football games starting on Sept. 14." The problem seems to be with the Boulder high school schedule and Ward Gubler, principal, said that since the Eagles will have nine full games this year and the schedule starts later than the Basic beginning, it would mean the Boulder team would have to come back by Aug. 15 to begin practice-would play one game, and then have two weeks off before another game. "I'm sorry to see the game cancelled," Gubler said. "I understand the long-standing rivalry and it's all part of the high school experience, but the idea would be educationally unsound." Gubler said he feels the end of the rivalry is not a permanent thing. This is the first year Boulder City will have a full schedule iii'the AA league, but Gubler s^id with the growth in Boulder City, it may not be long before the Eagles will be in the AAA league. "The figures have been lowered from a school of 1,000 students being in the AAA league, to 849," Gubler said. At the present time there are over 1,000 in the junior-senior high school. Next year when the seventh and eight grades move from the high school. Gubler still anticipates a registration of 700 students. "The past year the growth at the high school was 50 students," Gubler said, "so it may not be long until Boulder is in the AAA league and the game would be resumed." Gubler said he does not expect the schedule to affect basketball or baseball. Basic Principal Brusa said he hated to end the rivalry but it is necessary this year because of schedules and conflicts. He said the only date the game could be played would be Aug. 31 which would make Boulder come back two weeks earlier than would otherwise be necessary. Brua* aid other AAA schools had complained in the past that Basic had an advantage because of theBoulder game which is usually held pre-season. The additional game gave Basic one more game than the other AAA teams. Brusa also said the game probably would not be cancelled forever. '"It's just a conflict of schedules," he said. SCOUTS RULE FOR THE DAY~Boy Scout I^ay at city hall was celebrated last Friday when Scouts took over the city offices. Seated are city officials City Clerk Dorothy Vondenbrink, Recreation and Parks Director Dundee Jones, Deputy Public Safety Director Jim Goff, City Manager Bob Campbell, and City Finance Director Jerry Webster. Standing are James Nielson, Jr., troop 414; Mike Morris, troop 38; John Franco, 414; Gordon Brooke, 38; John Mark Ward, 37, and Clifford Croft, 37. Dr. Rovitch to be In Orthopaedic Group Michael S. Ravitch, MD, of Henderson, will be inducted February 25 as a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons at the Academy's 40th Annual Meeting in San Francisco. Dr. Ravitch will be one of 487 Fellows installed in ceremonies held in the Civic Auditorium Arena. The inductions boosted the Academy membership to 8,801. The Academy is the nation's largest medical organization for specialists in bone and joint surgery. To be eligible for induction, all Fellows must have passed the certifying examination of the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery. congress from the aroused taxpayers. Speaking of messages to congress, the State Senate Tues., passed SJR-8 which asks congress to call a constitutional convention limited to the one item of proposing a constitutional amendment to require that the federal government balance its budget and live within its means except in case of a national emergency. The vote was 13-5 with one not voting and one absent from the floor. Even those who voted against the joint resolution indicated they were for a balanced budget, but are worried about the implications of a Constitutional Convention. Our own personal research has caused us to feel this need not be a concern. We do feel Congress can limit the convention to the single item. Even if they can't, the proposed amendment from the convention would have to be ratified by 38 states before thpv are Dart of the constitution, and we can't see any radical proposal succeeding in doing that. Finally, our real objective is to force congress to act to propose a constitutional convention to limit spending in the regular way. If that is done the call for the constitutional convention will be rendered mute. This has happened ereral times in the past when See GIBSON Cont. on page 13 "' • • t^.tt.,.n^T...niimmnt.n.mn*<.mggm "Hold The Une' Budget Proposed A "Hold the Line" budget, allowing for the demands of extensive growth in Henderson, is expected to be presented to the city council Friday afternoon at 4 in the city conference room, according to City Manager Bob Campbell. "We hope to deal with the demands of growth in the city," Campbell said, "but we are meeting today to cut another half million dollars from the budgets of the department heads." The 1979-80 budget will be higher than the previousdget, Campbell said, but he did not have figures reaay yet to present. He said the council will meet Tues.. Feb. 20 at 3 p.m. in a pre-budget conference, and then the regular council meeting will be held Tues. night at 7 p.m. since Monday is a holiday. The final budget will come up for a public hearing in March and must be presented to the State by April 14 Campbell did say that the city will receive some increase in revenue. The assessed valuation of the city is up 11 per cent, but he said he did not have final figures dealing with the question. \tmnmti.nm*tn*m^t^