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1979-02-15 - Henderson Home News

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1979-02-15 - Henderson Home News
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Gibson, James I. ( Columnist )
Zenoff, Morry ( Columnist )
Kesterson, Lorna ( Columnist )
Stafford, Mary ( Columnist )
Jefferson, Andy ( Columnist )
Lindsey, Robert ( Columnist )
Bennett, L. Jessie ( Columnist )
Eckley, Jean ( Columnist )
Raymond, Flo ( Columnist )
Newton, Ernest L. ( Columnist )
Haraway, Fran ( Columnist )
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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^
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Henderson Home News. Henderson. Nevada Thursday, February 15.1978 — :-Shannoii Fired by School Trustees still No chanie for v^ of Former Basic high school teacher John Shannon was unanimously fired by the Clark County School trustees following an hour and a half closed personnel session Tues. night. Shannon, who was suspended from his job teaching special education at Basic in Sept., 1976. after being charged with two counts of lewdness with a minor, plans to appeal the flring in district court. Shannon had the changes dismissed in justice and district courts. "The conclusion we made was really quite supportive of the facts in the hearing officer's report," School board President Dr. James Lyman said. Trustee Tom Semmens disqualified himself because he talked to persons about the case who knew Shannon. The decision was based on a review ofhearing officer Mike Cherry's 13-page report and lengthy transcripts of various hearings conducted at the school district. Shannon's Attorney, Peter Flangas said he would appeal the trustees' decision in district court. He said he felt the trustees made a mistake and it would take a court order "for them to do what they're supjJosed tq do", ^ Phil and Susan Prisbrey, the parents of two youths who charged that Shannon sexually abused them, said they were happy the battle was over even though there would be an appeal. Mrs. Prisbrey, who with her husband has been picketing the school district headquarters during the past two weeks, said, "I'm ready to BOY SCOUTS LEARN -Two of the Boy Scouts participating in the Scout Day activities in Henderson are shown at the city fire station learning about equipment used in the rescue division. Standing from left are Ernie Lomprey, captain; Engineer George Price, and Deputy Safety Director Dale Starr Doing the demonstration is Firefighter Leonard Lang. Parking Problems Aired "I realize the city isn't responsible for providing parking," began Jack Elliot oi^ J&K Pharmacy as he addressed the city council, "but with the new casino opening up, it's a real problem." Elliot was referring to the public parking area in back of his place of business which also serves as a parking area now for the Winner's Circle. "There is no room for trucks to make their deliveries," Elliot continued, "and there are big holes in the pavement The lines have been washed out and there is a lot of illegal parking." Elliot charged that when the parallel parking was instituted along Pacific Avenue several years ago, "the city said there would be room for people to park in back." That no longer seems to be the case and he said even the garbage trucks can't get through. "The diagonal parking (on Pacific) was changed under the impression Pacific would be a main artery. Now that that is no longer the case, do we still need to maintain parallel parking? Councilman Carlton Lawrence asked. "Without a question." re plied public works director Jeff Billingsley. "Diagonal parking is 20 years in the past." City Manager Bob Campbell said that by redesigning the parking lot and restriping it. we might have fewer parking spaces. "Something has to be done," said Elliot. "It's become a maze." Billingsley said that about two years ago Elliot came to him with a plan that didn't seem feasible at the time but "now has come of age." That would be for the city to pick up a couple of houses on Magnesium Street to allow for another entrance-exit into the parking lot. The council asked that staff come back to them with recommendations on how to improve the parking situation, but said they didn't want to wait too long to do something. 'If we were going to pave it in 30 days we still need to restrip it now, said Billingley. Floyd Osborn, speaking on behalf of Mario Marino, owner of the Winner's Circle, agreed that there was a prob lem. He also said that "though there are a sufficient amount of lights in the area, there is not a sufficient amount of Hmm^^imEMm IJMI, I9S1 Published fverv Tunday and Thgrierv>n MtnaciniiEdi'nr k 'lenerat Mar>af<' Mary StalTord Ediiorial Happy Preble \d*cr'i>in( Manager RotiLee Slucki Bookkeeper li AuiiUni General Manafer Kit Villiamt Cirrulation Entered at th post oKicc la Headcnon Nevada u fteoatf cliu iiaRtr M itta* 1. IHI SlBSCRimos RATES MAaSfBSCWPTlONS All Photos takvn by the Hen derson Home New$ staff for ue or poiiible ute in lhi newt papw ar* UM tol property of the Henderton Home Newi The Henderson Home Ne aMumet no rmanciil responti bilify for error* in advertue menu We will reprint without rharge or cancel tne charge for that portion of the adveiiltemcnt which ii in error if th Heiac .Newi it at fault II • fc' • rn li • p. mtf lumination." He said he didn't know whose responsibility that was, but something should be done. "Maybe the businessmen could get together and do it." Councilman Phil Stout replied that he would "have no objection to Mr. Marino doing that." 25' Garbage Rate Increase Approved A "do pass" vote on a 25 cent a month raise in rates for the Black Mountain Disposal Service for garbage collection Monday night, made the Henderson city council the first in the county to approve the request made by the company. Final action on the rate hike will be taken Tuesday, February 20 at the city council meeting. Joe Anstett, executive vice president of Silver State Disposal Service, told the council the company is staying within the price guidelines set by President Carter. He said the income of the company, although increasing, had not kept pace with inflation. A discussion centering around a motion made by Councilwoman Lorna Kesterson over three years ago brought the information that no rate hike had been requested for ihi years. The motion was that the disposal company could not ask for a rate hike until the time had elapsed. Local residents, under the new plan, will pay 25 cents a month more for garbage collection. Businesses and other establishments will pay a six percent increase. bawl. We've taken time fk'om nAy husband's job to fight this." Prisbrey said, "It shows the little people still have a chance in fighting for justice." The couple said they would really work to get the professional practices act passed in the legislature which would allow firing of public employes. Prisbrey said hopefully no other kids will have to go through what his boys went through. School Superintendent Claude Perkins had reviewed the case and recommended that Shannon be fired. Citizens Wont Sunset Rood Intercliange By Mary Stafford The City Council was presented with a petition containing 376 signatures of Pittman residents and business people with the request that the proposed interchange planned for Warm Springs Road be relocated at Sunset Road instead. Bob Swadell, owner of the Boat Barn, represented the group and presented the petitions explaining that many people have worked on this presentation. The high concentration of traffic would be in the Pittman area, he said, and without an interchange at that site, the "traffic How situation could be unreal." Under the present plan, the spur would cut through the Pittman area to an interchange at Warm Springs Road. That would provide access to more county land than city land, he said, but a Sunset Road interchange would serve more people. Gary Johnson, director of the Chamber of Commerce, said they were endorcing the Sunset rather than the Warm Springs interchange, also. "There's certainly nothing wrong with Warm Springs ... that's fine ... but certainly one is needed at Sunset. The Warm Springs route very possibly might not be a reality until after the freeway Is in." Jeff Billingsley, public works director, said the Sunset route would not provide Henderson proper with adequate access to Interstate 15. "The Sunset interchange would be good for local business along the street but would not be a good connection with the freeway. "Sunset is not going to be that effective an arterial," he concluded. The council agreed with the petitioners but said they could take no action because the reason for the request from Pittman residents to appear before the council was not clarified on the agenda. But Councilman Carlton Lawrence said they wanted to be kept informed of the situation "so we can holler before our tail is stepped on." Civic Center Bidg. A request fi'om the Parks and Recreation Department to charge for the use of rooms and the Civic Center gymnasium was denied by the city council Monday night. HPRD director Dundee Jones had recommended that a $1 per hour per room charge be implemented and a $5 an hour charge for the gym be made to private parties and special interest groups. "With this fee structure we could pay for the utilities... it just about meets the utilities figure," he explained to the couifcil. "Have you really had a lot of complaints the last six months?" asked Mayor Lorin Williams. "Yes," replied Jones, "Well. I can truthfully say it's been the quietest six months I've ever spent," remarked Williams "I feel we should at least make an effort to offset the utilities, said Councilman Phil Stout. "We're not putting it back to a place where people can't use it,")9'^d. "I don't think the city will ever make money on recreation," COancilwoman Lorna Kesterson said.'"Maybe we should do away with recreation She said she didn't think it was fair to charge Henderson residents for the use of the Civic Center. "That building doesn't cost us as much as the lights on the tennis courts, but I don't hear anyone complain about that," said Williams. Jones replied sayhig th^e were more people in the ten nis program than in any ot^r program. ~ Stout warned thai becatse of Question 6 "we're going;to have to be selective about hOw we use our dollars." : Stout then made a motion.to charge the rates (f[$l and^ for special interestjroups and private parties but it failed to pass with Councilmen Carlton Lawrence and Stout voting in favfjr-ftnd Kesterson and Williamsopposoi. Councilman Gary Price Was absent. Civic Center Finance Study Approval Nix^ Authorization to spend up to $2500 for a financial analysis study of alternatives available in funding the construction of an administration building in Civic Center Plaza failed at the city council meeting when a 2-2 vote defeated the motion to approve. City Manager Bob Campbell had requested the study stating that it is an important and necessary step toward deciding what is feasible so far as the Civic Center Plaza concept being carried to realitv. Alternatives that would have been considered included cash payment for the facility through the sale of land; issuance of bonds through the public trust; issuance of general obligation bonds; a turn-key "purchase" from a private developer; a lease arrangement from a private developer; a lease arrangement from a private developer; borrowing funds from the state retirement board, or others. Councilman Carlton Lawrence asked why the city would hire the work done for $2500 when it could be done inhouse, and Campbell said that this would be separated from anything else and there was no one on the city staff to do the work. Campbell said the advantagesof having a private businessman make the study would be an unbiased opinion of what the alternatives are. "If he's going to work closely with the staff why can't the staff do it," asked Councilwoman Lorna Kesterson. However, she said she favored the study. Campbell said the staff did not have the time. Councilman Phil Stout made a motion to approve the study and it was seconded by, Kesterson. Mayor Lorin Williams and Councilman Carlton Lawrence voted against approyal and Kesterson^aad Stout voted for the motion which died because of the tie vote. Councilman Gary Price was absent from the meeting. Kesterson Cont from pQ. 1 he was on the sixth floor of a hotel overlooking a very smoggy city. In fact, he said he went for a walk and had to come home because his eyes were watering with the smog. Being a cautious person and everything like that-thinking the phone might be tapped, I said, "I'll bet it's beautiful though," He said it was. So if you want to see beautiful smog, go to Mexico City. Giving credit where credit is due, I think the legislature is really trying to give the citizens of Nevada a tax break. We'll see how it all comes out in the end, but I hope we get a tax break somewhere Severat students from Clark County were scheduled to testify before a federal hearing in Seattle on the sale Of "junk food" in the schools. I breathed a sigh of relief when I saw my kid's name wasn't one of those who will testify because he might just bring in testimony about the junk food he gets at home (which is my sefious try at cooking) and get me in trouble with the feds. Speaking of legislative news, the assembly introduced a bill to allow inmates of prisons to take a shower without being observed by a supervisor of the opposite sex. Isn't that a blast against the ERA? Man Armted For Old Vegas Fire A former employee of Old Vegas, a resort in Henderson, was arrested Monday on first degree arson charges and carrying a concealed weapon for allegedly starting a Are at Old Vegas last Thursday night. Henry Hook, 41, no address, who formerly lived in Henderson, was fired from his job at Old Vegas and apparently was upset. Firemen answered a call to the old fort, located on Boulder Highway, but workers at the establishment had extinguished the fire before they arrived. It was sUrted in the attic above the employees' restroom and was first noticed by the cook when smolte came into the room. Deputy Fire Chief Dale Starr said the fire could have been disastrous if a copper water liae bad not melted and helped stop the fire. Hook is in custody in Henderson. Htndcnon Hem* Ntwt, Htnitntn, Nevada I State Wresders ^09*3 m^iSf^mfSMK Thursday, February 15.1979 By Andy Jefferson In last weekend's southetn zon€ wrestling champtonships -Basic High qualified seven varsity team members to attend this Saturday's state champwnships at Chaparral High. Heading the squad will kc^zone first place finishers Leo Hernandez at 168 and Kevin Burrows at 1S7. Also wrestling for the team will be these second place zone medalists • Mike Butler at 106 pounds. Ward Twitchell at 178 and Richard Perkins in the heavyweight olassification. Strong possibilities also are Wolves' Joey Moatoya at 136 and one hundred thirty pounder • Ken Briggs, ^th of whom finished third at the zone finals. Basic High qualified more wrestlers than any other school from Southem Nevada and Wolves' Coach, Jim Duscher, is confident that if his wrestlers give it their all that Basic will be in the running for a team trophy. Wrestling begins at ten o'clpck on Saturday at Chaparral with the finals taking place at 8 p.m. in an evening session. RICHARD PERKINS KEVIN BURROWS LEO HERNANDEZ WARD TWITCHELL JOEYMONTOYA MIKE BUTLER KEN BRIGGS Sandpipers Sweep Past Vegas Aquatics The Southern Nevada Sandpipers participated last week hi a developmental \'t" meet with Us Vegas Aquatics Gub in which our Henderson based team dominated in nearly every, age group. In the boys age group for six years and under Rhett Brewer was the big swimmer few the 'Pipers' collecting firsts in the 50 meter freestyle, the SO meter backstroke, and the 50 metw breaststroke while Casey Phoenix added a first in the 25 meter butterfly. Jerry Jensen scored highest for the STahdpipers in the boys' seven and eight year old division whh first place finishes in the 50 freestyle, the 50 meter Qy, the 50 breastBASIC BASKETBALi stroke, and the 100 meter individual medley while our local John Wooldridge figured heavily in the nine and ten age bracket with a first in the 50 free, and in the 50 back plus a third in the 50 fly and a second in the 200 meter medley. In the t)oys' eleven and twelves John Busch and Boulder swimmer Paul Effertz combined to pick up five first place finishesJohn in the 100 and 200 free and Paul in the 100 -^ back and fly as well as the 200 1,M. Both boys tied for second place in the 100 meter breaststroke. For the thirteen and over boys Steve Howe picked up a first in the 50 free and 200 breast, and registered a second in the 100 meter back. In the girls competition for six and under swimmers, Elizabeth Sottile, Jennifer Holland, and Wendy Price took charge while in the seven and eight year old age grouping Heather Caldwell, was the big swimmer for the Sandpiper girls taking first place in the 50 freestyle the 25 meter back, and the lOO meter individual medley. Henderson swimmer Wendy Smith added a second in the fiffy free, and a third in the 50 butterfly. In the nine and ten year old girls locals Cindy Martin and Jenny Cahill swam well-Cindy picking up firsts in the 50 fly and 200 I.M. with Jenny right behind her for second in both these races. Among eleven and twelve year old girls. Lisa Price was the top swimmer for the Sandpipers taking firsts in the 50 free. 100 free. 100 fly. and 200 medley. Meanwhile Henderson's Dana Sheehan swam well in the thirteen and older to collect a first in the 100 freestyle and again in the 200 back and breaststrokes. All these memtjers of the Sandpipers junior teams are to be highly congratulated for their good showings in this warm up meet for the Winter State meet to be held the end of this month in Reno. The Sandpipers are hoping to add another team trophy next to the first place taken at last summer's State Tourney. Too Tair Busch and White Frustrate Basic The towering Busch brothers Dan and 4)oug plus the (]uick baseline moves a^ti& ttbounding of the near equally as tall, Billy White proved too much for Basic's defense in Tuesday night's game which saw an instant replay of the season's first matchup between the two teams with Basic playing tight and tough at the out set but, tben Western adjusting to take greater advantage oCtheir hcigth aad gradyftlly pulling awayThis time the margia they established wu thirty-four points 72-36. The first quarter the Wolves played an extremely good defensive game which saw the score knotted at twehre apiece at the end of the period. The Wolves sent their guards in on defense to try and box out the two km posts of Western and as well did a k>t of hustling and scrambling for rebounds and k)ose balls. Ho^er, in the second quarter Western star Billy White switched poshwns from the km pos^entrapment and begin to hit jump shots from around the key to add to his final tWenty-six points, somethmg Basic wu for the mbst part unable to stop. On the strength of White's shooting and the weakness of Basic's shot selection in ihe second quarter Western was able to open up a ten point halftime lead 28-18. In second half actk>n after a spirited pep talk the Wolves were able to narrow the gap whhin four points but then Western established a game plan which Basic couldn't manuever around nor defense as they began pusing in high to seven foot Dan Busch oo the aiove. Busch used this manoever plus several trips to the foul line as Basic tried to stop him to collect the best part of his twenty one game points. This plus the superior rebounding spelled the doom of BAsic which suffered some very cold shooting to make things even worse. That added to a multipHcit of turnovers in the ck>sing minutes added up to Basic's slim ten points in the second half. Ton Rawson led Basic with thirteen. Tony Wilkwghby back in the lineup added another ten aad Loozano and Perry combined for oaly thirteen. Basic Spirit The Desertaires Varsity Cheerleaders Aerials Dominate Meet In a three way compulsory meet hosted by Henderson this past weekend it was Aerials all the way in almost every event and in the overall standings as they put on some excellent displays to take charge over the visiting teams of Gass II gymnists from Gark High in Las Vegas and Lake Tahoe Recreation. The top all-around gymnist of the meet was Traci Mahan for the Aerials who scored with a first in the vauh competition, seconds in the beam and floor exercise, and third on the uneven bars. She was ck>sely followed by Sharie Robinson who placed second overall taking first on the beam, second on the ban, fourth in the fkx)r exercise and fifth in vaulting. Sharie had the most consistant scoring in the meet being the only compethor to make marks of 8 or better in all four events. Third place overall went to the Aerials Robbin Yancey who raceWed the highest individual judging mark of the meet an 8.8 in the floor exercise which helped her to place first in that event. She also had a third on the balance beam. Next in line for overall honors was Rhonda Richter recently graduated from Class III gymnastics. Rhonda had good balanced scoring with her best finish being the balance beam where she took fourth place. Vanesse Thomas. Tina Frank. Theresa Ramsey, and Shelly Cardwell were the other four Aerial team compethors. Tina bank had the highest combined judging score of the meet taking first place on the uneven bars whh an 8.6. Theresa Ramsey's best performance was a second in the vauh while Shelly Cardwell took a third in the floor exercise. Vanessa Thomas took sixth place in the vaulting horses. Congratulatwns to all the Aerials and their fine coaches. Junior Varsity Cheerleaders J-n

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Henderson Home News. Henderson. Nevada Thursday, February 15.1978 — :-Shannoii Fired by School Trustees still No chanie for v^ of Former Basic high school teacher John Shannon was unanimously fired by the Clark County School trustees following an hour and a half closed personnel session Tues. night. Shannon, who was suspended from his job teaching special education at Basic in Sept., 1976. after being charged with two counts of lewdness with a minor, plans to appeal the flring in district court. Shannon had the changes dismissed in justice and district courts. "The conclusion we made was really quite supportive of the facts in the hearing officer's report," School board President Dr. James Lyman said. Trustee Tom Semmens disqualified himself because he talked to persons about the case who knew Shannon. The decision was based on a review ofhearing officer Mike Cherry's 13-page report and lengthy transcripts of various hearings conducted at the school district. Shannon's Attorney, Peter Flangas said he would appeal the trustees' decision in district court. He said he felt the trustees made a mistake and it would take a court order "for them to do what they're supjJosed tq do", ^ Phil and Susan Prisbrey, the parents of two youths who charged that Shannon sexually abused them, said they were happy the battle was over even though there would be an appeal. Mrs. Prisbrey, who with her husband has been picketing the school district headquarters during the past two weeks, said, "I'm ready to BOY SCOUTS LEARN -Two of the Boy Scouts participating in the Scout Day activities in Henderson are shown at the city fire station learning about equipment used in the rescue division. Standing from left are Ernie Lomprey, captain; Engineer George Price, and Deputy Safety Director Dale Starr Doing the demonstration is Firefighter Leonard Lang. Parking Problems Aired "I realize the city isn't responsible for providing parking," began Jack Elliot oi^ J&K Pharmacy as he addressed the city council, "but with the new casino opening up, it's a real problem." Elliot was referring to the public parking area in back of his place of business which also serves as a parking area now for the Winner's Circle. "There is no room for trucks to make their deliveries," Elliot continued, "and there are big holes in the pavement The lines have been washed out and there is a lot of illegal parking." Elliot charged that when the parallel parking was instituted along Pacific Avenue several years ago, "the city said there would be room for people to park in back." That no longer seems to be the case and he said even the garbage trucks can't get through. "The diagonal parking (on Pacific) was changed under the impression Pacific would be a main artery. Now that that is no longer the case, do we still need to maintain parallel parking? Councilman Carlton Lawrence asked. "Without a question." re plied public works director Jeff Billingsley. "Diagonal parking is 20 years in the past." City Manager Bob Campbell said that by redesigning the parking lot and restriping it. we might have fewer parking spaces. "Something has to be done," said Elliot. "It's become a maze." Billingsley said that about two years ago Elliot came to him with a plan that didn't seem feasible at the time but "now has come of age." That would be for the city to pick up a couple of houses on Magnesium Street to allow for another entrance-exit into the parking lot. The council asked that staff come back to them with recommendations on how to improve the parking situation, but said they didn't want to wait too long to do something. 'If we were going to pave it in 30 days we still need to restrip it now, said Billingley. Floyd Osborn, speaking on behalf of Mario Marino, owner of the Winner's Circle, agreed that there was a prob lem. He also said that "though there are a sufficient amount of lights in the area, there is not a sufficient amount of Hmm^^imEMm IJMI, I9S1 Published fverv Tunday and Thgrierv>n MtnaciniiEdi'nr k 'lenerat Mar>af<' Mary StalTord Ediiorial Happy Preble \d*cr'i>in( Manager RotiLee Slucki Bookkeeper li AuiiUni General Manafer Kit Villiamt Cirrulation Entered at th post oKicc la Headcnon Nevada u fteoatf cliu iiaRtr M itta* 1. IHI SlBSCRimos RATES MAaSfBSCWPTlONS All Photos takvn by the Hen derson Home New$ staff for ue or poiiible ute in lhi newt papw ar* UM tol property of the Henderton Home Newi The Henderson Home Ne aMumet no rmanciil responti bilify for error* in advertue menu We will reprint without rharge or cancel tne charge for that portion of the adveiiltemcnt which ii in error if th Heiac .Newi it at fault II • fc' • rn li • p. mtf lumination." He said he didn't know whose responsibility that was, but something should be done. "Maybe the businessmen could get together and do it." Councilman Phil Stout replied that he would "have no objection to Mr. Marino doing that." 25' Garbage Rate Increase Approved A "do pass" vote on a 25 cent a month raise in rates for the Black Mountain Disposal Service for garbage collection Monday night, made the Henderson city council the first in the county to approve the request made by the company. Final action on the rate hike will be taken Tuesday, February 20 at the city council meeting. Joe Anstett, executive vice president of Silver State Disposal Service, told the council the company is staying within the price guidelines set by President Carter. He said the income of the company, although increasing, had not kept pace with inflation. A discussion centering around a motion made by Councilwoman Lorna Kesterson over three years ago brought the information that no rate hike had been requested for ihi years. The motion was that the disposal company could not ask for a rate hike until the time had elapsed. Local residents, under the new plan, will pay 25 cents a month more for garbage collection. Businesses and other establishments will pay a six percent increase. bawl. We've taken time fk'om nAy husband's job to fight this." Prisbrey said, "It shows the little people still have a chance in fighting for justice." The couple said they would really work to get the professional practices act passed in the legislature which would allow firing of public employes. Prisbrey said hopefully no other kids will have to go through what his boys went through. School Superintendent Claude Perkins had reviewed the case and recommended that Shannon be fired. Citizens Wont Sunset Rood Intercliange By Mary Stafford The City Council was presented with a petition containing 376 signatures of Pittman residents and business people with the request that the proposed interchange planned for Warm Springs Road be relocated at Sunset Road instead. Bob Swadell, owner of the Boat Barn, represented the group and presented the petitions explaining that many people have worked on this presentation. The high concentration of traffic would be in the Pittman area, he said, and without an interchange at that site, the "traffic How situation could be unreal." Under the present plan, the spur would cut through the Pittman area to an interchange at Warm Springs Road. That would provide access to more county land than city land, he said, but a Sunset Road interchange would serve more people. Gary Johnson, director of the Chamber of Commerce, said they were endorcing the Sunset rather than the Warm Springs interchange, also. "There's certainly nothing wrong with Warm Springs ... that's fine ... but certainly one is needed at Sunset. The Warm Springs route very possibly might not be a reality until after the freeway Is in." Jeff Billingsley, public works director, said the Sunset route would not provide Henderson proper with adequate access to Interstate 15. "The Sunset interchange would be good for local business along the street but would not be a good connection with the freeway. "Sunset is not going to be that effective an arterial," he concluded. The council agreed with the petitioners but said they could take no action because the reason for the request from Pittman residents to appear before the council was not clarified on the agenda. But Councilman Carlton Lawrence said they wanted to be kept informed of the situation "so we can holler before our tail is stepped on." Civic Center Bidg. A request fi'om the Parks and Recreation Department to charge for the use of rooms and the Civic Center gymnasium was denied by the city council Monday night. HPRD director Dundee Jones had recommended that a $1 per hour per room charge be implemented and a $5 an hour charge for the gym be made to private parties and special interest groups. "With this fee structure we could pay for the utilities... it just about meets the utilities figure," he explained to the couifcil. "Have you really had a lot of complaints the last six months?" asked Mayor Lorin Williams. "Yes," replied Jones, "Well. I can truthfully say it's been the quietest six months I've ever spent," remarked Williams "I feel we should at least make an effort to offset the utilities, said Councilman Phil Stout. "We're not putting it back to a place where people can't use it,")9'^d. "I don't think the city will ever make money on recreation," COancilwoman Lorna Kesterson said.'"Maybe we should do away with recreation She said she didn't think it was fair to charge Henderson residents for the use of the Civic Center. "That building doesn't cost us as much as the lights on the tennis courts, but I don't hear anyone complain about that," said Williams. Jones replied sayhig th^e were more people in the ten nis program than in any ot^r program. ~ Stout warned thai becatse of Question 6 "we're going;to have to be selective about hOw we use our dollars." : Stout then made a motion.to charge the rates (f[$l and^ for special interestjroups and private parties but it failed to pass with Councilmen Carlton Lawrence and Stout voting in favfjr-ftnd Kesterson and Williamsopposoi. Councilman Gary Price Was absent. Civic Center Finance Study Approval Nix^ Authorization to spend up to $2500 for a financial analysis study of alternatives available in funding the construction of an administration building in Civic Center Plaza failed at the city council meeting when a 2-2 vote defeated the motion to approve. City Manager Bob Campbell had requested the study stating that it is an important and necessary step toward deciding what is feasible so far as the Civic Center Plaza concept being carried to realitv. Alternatives that would have been considered included cash payment for the facility through the sale of land; issuance of bonds through the public trust; issuance of general obligation bonds; a turn-key "purchase" from a private developer; a lease arrangement from a private developer; a lease arrangement from a private developer; borrowing funds from the state retirement board, or others. Councilman Carlton Lawrence asked why the city would hire the work done for $2500 when it could be done inhouse, and Campbell said that this would be separated from anything else and there was no one on the city staff to do the work. Campbell said the advantagesof having a private businessman make the study would be an unbiased opinion of what the alternatives are. "If he's going to work closely with the staff why can't the staff do it," asked Councilwoman Lorna Kesterson. However, she said she favored the study. Campbell said the staff did not have the time. Councilman Phil Stout made a motion to approve the study and it was seconded by, Kesterson. Mayor Lorin Williams and Councilman Carlton Lawrence voted against approyal and Kesterson^aad Stout voted for the motion which died because of the tie vote. Councilman Gary Price was absent from the meeting. Kesterson Cont from pQ. 1 he was on the sixth floor of a hotel overlooking a very smoggy city. In fact, he said he went for a walk and had to come home because his eyes were watering with the smog. Being a cautious person and everything like that-thinking the phone might be tapped, I said, "I'll bet it's beautiful though," He said it was. So if you want to see beautiful smog, go to Mexico City. Giving credit where credit is due, I think the legislature is really trying to give the citizens of Nevada a tax break. We'll see how it all comes out in the end, but I hope we get a tax break somewhere Severat students from Clark County were scheduled to testify before a federal hearing in Seattle on the sale Of "junk food" in the schools. I breathed a sigh of relief when I saw my kid's name wasn't one of those who will testify because he might just bring in testimony about the junk food he gets at home (which is my sefious try at cooking) and get me in trouble with the feds. Speaking of legislative news, the assembly introduced a bill to allow inmates of prisons to take a shower without being observed by a supervisor of the opposite sex. Isn't that a blast against the ERA? Man Armted For Old Vegas Fire A former employee of Old Vegas, a resort in Henderson, was arrested Monday on first degree arson charges and carrying a concealed weapon for allegedly starting a Are at Old Vegas last Thursday night. Henry Hook, 41, no address, who formerly lived in Henderson, was fired from his job at Old Vegas and apparently was upset. Firemen answered a call to the old fort, located on Boulder Highway, but workers at the establishment had extinguished the fire before they arrived. It was sUrted in the attic above the employees' restroom and was first noticed by the cook when smolte came into the room. Deputy Fire Chief Dale Starr said the fire could have been disastrous if a copper water liae bad not melted and helped stop the fire. Hook is in custody in Henderson. Htndcnon Hem* Ntwt, Htnitntn, Nevada I State Wresders ^09*3 m^iSf^mfSMK Thursday, February 15.1979 By Andy Jefferson In last weekend's southetn zon€ wrestling champtonships -Basic High qualified seven varsity team members to attend this Saturday's state champwnships at Chaparral High. Heading the squad will kc^zone first place finishers Leo Hernandez at 168 and Kevin Burrows at 1S7. Also wrestling for the team will be these second place zone medalists • Mike Butler at 106 pounds. Ward Twitchell at 178 and Richard Perkins in the heavyweight olassification. Strong possibilities also are Wolves' Joey Moatoya at 136 and one hundred thirty pounder • Ken Briggs, ^th of whom finished third at the zone finals. Basic High qualified more wrestlers than any other school from Southem Nevada and Wolves' Coach, Jim Duscher, is confident that if his wrestlers give it their all that Basic will be in the running for a team trophy. Wrestling begins at ten o'clpck on Saturday at Chaparral with the finals taking place at 8 p.m. in an evening session. RICHARD PERKINS KEVIN BURROWS LEO HERNANDEZ WARD TWITCHELL JOEYMONTOYA MIKE BUTLER KEN BRIGGS Sandpipers Sweep Past Vegas Aquatics The Southern Nevada Sandpipers participated last week hi a developmental \'t" meet with Us Vegas Aquatics Gub in which our Henderson based team dominated in nearly every, age group. In the boys age group for six years and under Rhett Brewer was the big swimmer few the 'Pipers' collecting firsts in the 50 meter freestyle, the SO meter backstroke, and the 50 metw breaststroke while Casey Phoenix added a first in the 25 meter butterfly. Jerry Jensen scored highest for the STahdpipers in the boys' seven and eight year old division whh first place finishes in the 50 freestyle, the 50 meter Qy, the 50 breastBASIC BASKETBALi stroke, and the 100 meter individual medley while our local John Wooldridge figured heavily in the nine and ten age bracket with a first in the 50 free, and in the 50 back plus a third in the 50 fly and a second in the 200 meter medley. In the t)oys' eleven and twelves John Busch and Boulder swimmer Paul Effertz combined to pick up five first place finishesJohn in the 100 and 200 free and Paul in the 100 -^ back and fly as well as the 200 1,M. Both boys tied for second place in the 100 meter breaststroke. For the thirteen and over boys Steve Howe picked up a first in the 50 free and 200 breast, and registered a second in the 100 meter back. In the girls competition for six and under swimmers, Elizabeth Sottile, Jennifer Holland, and Wendy Price took charge while in the seven and eight year old age grouping Heather Caldwell, was the big swimmer for the Sandpiper girls taking first place in the 50 freestyle the 25 meter back, and the lOO meter individual medley. Henderson swimmer Wendy Smith added a second in the fiffy free, and a third in the 50 butterfly. In the nine and ten year old girls locals Cindy Martin and Jenny Cahill swam well-Cindy picking up firsts in the 50 fly and 200 I.M. with Jenny right behind her for second in both these races. Among eleven and twelve year old girls. Lisa Price was the top swimmer for the Sandpipers taking firsts in the 50 free. 100 free. 100 fly. and 200 medley. Meanwhile Henderson's Dana Sheehan swam well in the thirteen and older to collect a first in the 100 freestyle and again in the 200 back and breaststrokes. All these memtjers of the Sandpipers junior teams are to be highly congratulated for their good showings in this warm up meet for the Winter State meet to be held the end of this month in Reno. The Sandpipers are hoping to add another team trophy next to the first place taken at last summer's State Tourney. Too Tair Busch and White Frustrate Basic The towering Busch brothers Dan and 4)oug plus the (]uick baseline moves a^ti& ttbounding of the near equally as tall, Billy White proved too much for Basic's defense in Tuesday night's game which saw an instant replay of the season's first matchup between the two teams with Basic playing tight and tough at the out set but, tben Western adjusting to take greater advantage oCtheir hcigth aad gradyftlly pulling awayThis time the margia they established wu thirty-four points 72-36. The first quarter the Wolves played an extremely good defensive game which saw the score knotted at twehre apiece at the end of the period. The Wolves sent their guards in on defense to try and box out the two km posts of Western and as well did a k>t of hustling and scrambling for rebounds and k)ose balls. Ho^er, in the second quarter Western star Billy White switched poshwns from the km pos^entrapment and begin to hit jump shots from around the key to add to his final tWenty-six points, somethmg Basic wu for the mbst part unable to stop. On the strength of White's shooting and the weakness of Basic's shot selection in ihe second quarter Western was able to open up a ten point halftime lead 28-18. In second half actk>n after a spirited pep talk the Wolves were able to narrow the gap whhin four points but then Western established a game plan which Basic couldn't manuever around nor defense as they began pusing in high to seven foot Dan Busch oo the aiove. Busch used this manoever plus several trips to the foul line as Basic tried to stop him to collect the best part of his twenty one game points. This plus the superior rebounding spelled the doom of BAsic which suffered some very cold shooting to make things even worse. That added to a multipHcit of turnovers in the ck>sing minutes added up to Basic's slim ten points in the second half. Ton Rawson led Basic with thirteen. Tony Wilkwghby back in the lineup added another ten aad Loozano and Perry combined for oaly thirteen. Basic Spirit The Desertaires Varsity Cheerleaders Aerials Dominate Meet In a three way compulsory meet hosted by Henderson this past weekend it was Aerials all the way in almost every event and in the overall standings as they put on some excellent displays to take charge over the visiting teams of Gass II gymnists from Gark High in Las Vegas and Lake Tahoe Recreation. The top all-around gymnist of the meet was Traci Mahan for the Aerials who scored with a first in the vauh competition, seconds in the beam and floor exercise, and third on the uneven bars. She was ck>sely followed by Sharie Robinson who placed second overall taking first on the beam, second on the ban, fourth in the fkx)r exercise and fifth in vaulting. Sharie had the most consistant scoring in the meet being the only compethor to make marks of 8 or better in all four events. Third place overall went to the Aerials Robbin Yancey who raceWed the highest individual judging mark of the meet an 8.8 in the floor exercise which helped her to place first in that event. She also had a third on the balance beam. Next in line for overall honors was Rhonda Richter recently graduated from Class III gymnastics. Rhonda had good balanced scoring with her best finish being the balance beam where she took fourth place. Vanesse Thomas. Tina Frank. Theresa Ramsey, and Shelly Cardwell were the other four Aerial team compethors. Tina bank had the highest combined judging score of the meet taking first place on the uneven bars whh an 8.6. Theresa Ramsey's best performance was a second in the vauh while Shelly Cardwell took a third in the floor exercise. Vanessa Thomas took sixth place in the vaulting horses. Congratulatwns to all the Aerials and their fine coaches. Junior Varsity Cheerleaders J-n

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HenctofMn Hone News. Henderson. 5Ipvd N^( f^f4 Thursday, February IS, 1070 Hospital Inougurates Volunteer Services Program .-^ Looking for some area to which you would like te volunteer your spare dme? St Rose de Lima Bospltal started a volunteer service program Uit October and is lookiif for men and wonMn who would care to donate some hoars each week at the local hoapiUl. "Until last October, volunteers had been drawn f^om the membership of the St Rose de Lima Auxiliary." Audra Galloway, director of the volunteer program explained. "The reaaon for separating the volunteer program from the auxiliary was because the hospital administration wanted to have someone within the hospital serving as directoc to lend more continuity to the program and in this way we can also open the program to men, which we have done. "The auxiliary still meets a great need of the hospital." Mrs. Galloway continued, "as a fund raising organisation in which they are tops and also in assisting us with ouUide activiUes." Mrs. Galloway explained that oAe of her primary goals was to staff the information booth which is located to the right of the ft-ont entrance to the hospital. "When the PBX operators were moved to the emergency room entrance, people had to get information from the admissions office. I hope to be able to staff the information booth fVom 8 a.m. to 8;30 p.m." Volunteers are also needed to assist with patients in such ways as visiting, reading to them if they wish; running errands for them, making sure flowers in the rooms are kept fresh, "the little niceties that help make a hospital stay more pleasant for the patient "We also have a book cart with current magaxines and books which can be taken firom room to room for the patient's reading pleasure. "There is also a great need for clerical type services...certain types of filing, some typing, xeroxing, this sort of thing." Mrs. Galloway said she is also looking into other areas where volunteers could be used such as gardening, pruning. "Perhaps a retired man would like to do some work in this area.someone who no Jocque Diliard Honored As Xi Sigma's Valentine Queen At a Champagne Brunch at the MOM Grand Hotel. Xi Sigma honored Jacque Diliard as it's 1979 Valentine Queen. She was presented a red rose corsage and the traditional Queen's crown and pin. Jacque has been a member of Beta Sigma Phi for almost 5 years and this is her Hrst year as a member of Xi Sigma. She is the wife of Tony Diliard and they have two sons, Kurt and Kelly. Jacque worics at Basic High School in their student store. Jacque is a pretty girl and real asset to our chapter. We are honored to have her as ourQueen. District Convention ot Church of God of Prophecy • The Church of God of Prophecy would like to announce that we are having a District Convention February 16 and 17. Our program is filled with good inspirational singing and divine preaching. If you need a deep inner blessing or Just good ole friendly fellowship please attend our convention We invite all to come and worship the Lord in spirit and in truth with us. Location of the Church of God of Prophecy is 416 Periite Way, Henderson For more information call 565-7379 Services begin Friday 7:30 p.m. and Saturday 9 30 a m Totting Closses No complete books on tatting have been written since 1941. Almost a lost art, Henderson Parks and Recreation Department is providing classes for the 2nd session. Smiles Cunningham will be teaching on Mondays and Wednesdays fh>m lOto 11 a.m. beginning March 5. Cost will be $7 per session. Registration will be taken from February 26 to March 5 at 201 Lead St. Rm 22 or in the Henderson Civic Center Office (Call 565-8921 ex. 35 for further information). VOLUNTEER PROGRAM UNDERWAY Audra Galloway, right, director of the Volunteer Services Program at St Rose de Lima Hospital, is pictured in the information booth with Dorothy Walters, director of nursing, as they talk about the volunteer orientation meetings scheduled for Feb. 20 at the hospital. Solicitations Review Board Approves Applicotions The following charitable solicitations were approved by the Solicitations Review Board at its February 1. 1979 and February 8, 1979 meetings; THE SALVATION ARMY To solicit contributions of money from local businecMs and residents to raise fiinds for capital improvements on property and existing buildings in North Las Vegas; from 2-2-79 to 5-1-79; HENDERSON BOYS'CLUB To conduct a mail solicitation for contributions to finance the operation of the Club; f^om 2-12-79 to 4-12-79. In addition, the following solicitations were approved by the Board in prior months and are still in effect: AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION^ To conduct their annual fund-raising campaign to raise Ainds for research and community projects; from 2-1-79 to 2-28-79; LAS VEGAS AREA COUNCIL CAMP FIRE GIRLS To sell candy door-todoor to raise funds for their various projects throughout the year; from 2-9-79 to 2-26-79; ST. ROSE DE LIMA HOSPITAL AUXlUARY To conduct the annual Mardi Gras and accompanying raffle to raise funds for St. Rose de Lima Hospital; from 12-13-78 to 2-17-79. Any other solicitors for charitable organizations are operating without benefit of a permit and should be reported to the Henderson Police Department immediately, 565-8933. ELSIE SENDLEIN RETIRES • Fellow employes of the Eldorado Casino honored Elsie Sendlein recently upon her retirement from the club where she has worked as a waitress for the past 13 years. Her friends and family gathered at the Casino and held a surprise party for her last week. Special guest attending was former Governor Mike O'Callaghan who has known the Sendlein family for many years. He, along with many others, presented her with gifts upon the occasion of her retirement. longer has a yard of his own to look after but enjoys being out-of-doors." She told of three local women, Joan Thomas, Mary Moore and Modelle Carter, who have been working on the volunteer program since October recataloguing and updating the medical staff library. "Their work has already shown to be invaluable to us in this particular area," Mrs. Galloway said. "And we have a couple of women who work f^ll time at other jobs and come to the hospital in the evenings to help." Another area where volunteer services would be helpfUl would be assisting in the coffee shop. "We do have a requirement for the voulunteer, which is for their protection as well as for the protection of the hospital, and that is to attend a two-hour orientation meeting." At that time the prospective volunteer will hear John Isselin, the hospital's personnel director, speak on hospital policies; Mrs. Galloway speak on the volunteer program; Wendell Wilson talk about safety procedures and Dorothy Walters. Director 6i(^ Nursing, will Ulk about patient rel^t^d otatters. "There will also be someone j^ojn the administration who will be on hand to .welcome them," Mri. Gallo(ay explianed.. These orientation meetings will be held once a month, usually during the day, but can be scheduled for evening upon request The February orientation meetings have b^n set for Tuesday, Feb. 20 from 9 to 11 a.nL and in the evening from 7 tq 9 p.m. If anyone is interested in becoming a volunteer they are most welcome to call Mrs. Galloway at the hospital, 584-2622, and she will send them,4n application. ;:;.*. "There are a minimum number of hour* w **^ volunteers to.work each month," Mrs. Galloway said. "And for the women we have ordered gold smocks to wear while working." Our aim is to be as professional as possible and to provide a vfO' needed service to the hospital. At the present. Mme the service is adult oriented but we will be happy to have any age adult offer their services, and the work houri'will certainly be to the convenience of the volunteer." Senior CItizem Social Civb Last Friday, was a banner day for the Senior Citizens Social Club. There was a good turnout, and it was a most pleasant afternoon. Why not take ac|van^ge of a good thing tomorrow from 1 to 4 p.m. in room 30, Civic Center. Boss Day (At the Recreotion DeportmMit) Temporarily, some of the Basic High School students replaced for a day, (February 8th) positions of the Henderson Parks and Recreation Department administration. Students experienced watching some of the challenges and decisions that are made everyday in the Office. '\ Rendenon Homt Newi, Hendenon, Nevtdi Women of the Moose Chapter 1243 Royal Neighbors Plan Pot Luck Thursday, February 15, 1979 Co workers and Brothers if you missed our Mexiei^ Fiesta on Feb. 3 you sure are real losers. It was helc) at Moose Lddgie with John and Yolanida Bustmanto doing the cooking for the dinner which consisted of Relanos, Tamales, Friloes and enchilades. Yummy, Yummy hmmm. Good all from scratch, no cans or frozen stuff used. Then Antoinette and the Ramblers tuned up their instruments and the music began. What certain red head and short dark Hungarian doing a polka caused a sensation and the Governor did trip a light fantastic with just about all the ladies. Drawings for prizes about 11 p.m. were won by Past Governor Robert Busch • dinner for 2 donated by Eldorado. Elaine Little also dinner for 2 donated by the Eldorado. Jack Chatterson dinner for 2 donated by the Rainbow. Karl McGowan • free movies donated by the Rainbow. Governor Scotty Campbell lovely pitcher and Boat donated by Jim and Olies ceramic shop and Janet McGowen the door prize, a Rolls Royce radio donated by the Skyline Casino. We wish to express our appreciation to all the people who donated our teri-ific prizes and to all wh attended our Fista and to our delightful and talented chefs. Our Sunday morning breakfast or brunch is going over really well but with a little more support from all of you and your guest we could do a whole lot better. The hours we serve are 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. so come on in and join us. Marion Bonebrake our bar manager and former chef at one of the large casinos down town Vegas is our Breakfast Chef omelettes you just can't match or believe or beat anywhere at any price to please your taste buds. Eggs Bacon Sausage Hot Bisquits graby toast, butter, jelly and jam. And to top it off plenty of hot coffeeof course the bar is open if that is your pleasure too. Don't forget ritual practice Tuesday Feb. 20, 1979 and Thursday Feb. 22, 1979 both at 7 p.m. Regular business meeting Thursday Feb. 15,1979 at 8 p.m. please come. The Royal Neighbors of America will hold a pot luck dinner followed by white elephant bingo as a Valentine event on Tues., Feb. 20 at Gilbert HalL The pot luck dinner will begin at 6:30 with members bringing pot luck dishes and Clella Keckler of Las Vegas furnishing a meat dish. Low Match (Ladns Bridal SodaD February is a month full of expressions in giving. Let us (Henderson Parks and Recreation Department and Local Merchants) give a gift to you. "Love Match", a Bridal Social created for all ladies of the area. (You don't have to be engaged to come) February 2Jrd at DoRce Racitol February Watch (he efforts and hours of practice come together on the Henderson stage on February 24 at 7 p.m. Billie Jean and Jeannet our dance teachers have put > together a program for everyone to CJMidi Group M Party The youth group at the Community Church of Christ held a snow party, Sun. afternoon, Jan. 28 at Lee Canvon. The youth group is headed by Advisers Chris and Barry Prime. Because of the snow falling that day the group bad a difficult time in getting to Lee Canyon, Attending were Michael. IPlFrott, Laura Parrott. ^is, Kuppy and BafD^ ?^ime, Kevin Primer, Erl^ne Howary, Sue De Cacdo, Richard Erickson. gnd Dee and Mickey Eriekaon. Hot chocolate and inter-tublng were enjoyed by the group. come and review the efforts of their students. Dance recital will be sponsored by the Henderson Parks and Recreation Department in the Civic Center Auditorium. (Call 565-8921 ex. 35 for any information on our 2nd session dance classes.) Presbyterion Church News The Adult Bible Study meets each Thursday morning at 9:30 a.m. with Rev. Bill Kirkman and the study theme is "God's Pattern for the Home". There is a nursery provided and everyone is invited to attend. On Wednesday mornings the Family prayer breakfast is held at 6 a.m. at the Eldoardo. This Sunday there will be a children's sermon during the regular morning worship. The Mission Committee will be handing out brochures of the church to new home developments Sunday afternoon at 2:30 p.m. Sunday services begin at 9:30 a.m. with Sunday School and Adult Bible study. Worship is at 11 a.m. There is a nursery provided and a coffeee fellowship is held after services. Church office hours are 8-12 noon and 1-4 p.m. Monday thru Friday. Rev. Bill Kirkman is the pastor. We are located at 525 Westminster Way just behind Morrell City park. The white elephan( bingo party will follow. Secret pals will also be revealed. A business meeting was held Tues. where Mabel Newton was honored for her birthday and for her outstanding work as deputy of the camp. A beautiful cake was baked for Mrs. Newton by Bel Sanner. Members attending were Oracle Dorothy Wittern, Margaret Sardeson, "Smiles" Cunningham, Helen Richards, Dela Buescher, Winnie Fisher, Margaret Montoya, Evelyn Mazrimas, Edna Deardoff, Mamie Vincent. Thelma Pullen, Cleo McDonald, Helen Bickerstaff, Clella Keckler, Carmen Campbell, Maycel Morris, Frances Kissan, Juanita Hamlin, Olive Melton. Bel Sanner and a guest. Lois Hancock. Refreshments were served by Bel Sanner and Frances Kissan. -^02222222^^ /^0( ^Itir ieem -ID ^mxuen ^ ARRieil K) WOu^MNto AMAKuS Mowrr. 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HenctofMn Hone News. Henderson. 5Ipvd N^( f^f4 Thursday, February IS, 1070 Hospital Inougurates Volunteer Services Program .-^ Looking for some area to which you would like te volunteer your spare dme? St Rose de Lima Bospltal started a volunteer service program Uit October and is lookiif for men and wonMn who would care to donate some hoars each week at the local hoapiUl. "Until last October, volunteers had been drawn f^om the membership of the St Rose de Lima Auxiliary." Audra Galloway, director of the volunteer program explained. "The reaaon for separating the volunteer program from the auxiliary was because the hospital administration wanted to have someone within the hospital serving as directoc to lend more continuity to the program and in this way we can also open the program to men, which we have done. "The auxiliary still meets a great need of the hospital." Mrs. Galloway continued, "as a fund raising organisation in which they are tops and also in assisting us with ouUide activiUes." Mrs. Galloway explained that oAe of her primary goals was to staff the information booth which is located to the right of the ft-ont entrance to the hospital. "When the PBX operators were moved to the emergency room entrance, people had to get information from the admissions office. I hope to be able to staff the information booth fVom 8 a.m. to 8;30 p.m." Volunteers are also needed to assist with patients in such ways as visiting, reading to them if they wish; running errands for them, making sure flowers in the rooms are kept fresh, "the little niceties that help make a hospital stay more pleasant for the patient "We also have a book cart with current magaxines and books which can be taken firom room to room for the patient's reading pleasure. "There is also a great need for clerical type services...certain types of filing, some typing, xeroxing, this sort of thing." Mrs. Galloway said she is also looking into other areas where volunteers could be used such as gardening, pruning. "Perhaps a retired man would like to do some work in this area.someone who no Jocque Diliard Honored As Xi Sigma's Valentine Queen At a Champagne Brunch at the MOM Grand Hotel. Xi Sigma honored Jacque Diliard as it's 1979 Valentine Queen. She was presented a red rose corsage and the traditional Queen's crown and pin. Jacque has been a member of Beta Sigma Phi for almost 5 years and this is her Hrst year as a member of Xi Sigma. She is the wife of Tony Diliard and they have two sons, Kurt and Kelly. Jacque worics at Basic High School in their student store. Jacque is a pretty girl and real asset to our chapter. We are honored to have her as ourQueen. District Convention ot Church of God of Prophecy • The Church of God of Prophecy would like to announce that we are having a District Convention February 16 and 17. Our program is filled with good inspirational singing and divine preaching. If you need a deep inner blessing or Just good ole friendly fellowship please attend our convention We invite all to come and worship the Lord in spirit and in truth with us. Location of the Church of God of Prophecy is 416 Periite Way, Henderson For more information call 565-7379 Services begin Friday 7:30 p.m. and Saturday 9 30 a m Totting Closses No complete books on tatting have been written since 1941. Almost a lost art, Henderson Parks and Recreation Department is providing classes for the 2nd session. Smiles Cunningham will be teaching on Mondays and Wednesdays fh>m lOto 11 a.m. beginning March 5. Cost will be $7 per session. Registration will be taken from February 26 to March 5 at 201 Lead St. Rm 22 or in the Henderson Civic Center Office (Call 565-8921 ex. 35 for further information). VOLUNTEER PROGRAM UNDERWAY Audra Galloway, right, director of the Volunteer Services Program at St Rose de Lima Hospital, is pictured in the information booth with Dorothy Walters, director of nursing, as they talk about the volunteer orientation meetings scheduled for Feb. 20 at the hospital. Solicitations Review Board Approves Applicotions The following charitable solicitations were approved by the Solicitations Review Board at its February 1. 1979 and February 8, 1979 meetings; THE SALVATION ARMY To solicit contributions of money from local businecMs and residents to raise fiinds for capital improvements on property and existing buildings in North Las Vegas; from 2-2-79 to 5-1-79; HENDERSON BOYS'CLUB To conduct a mail solicitation for contributions to finance the operation of the Club; f^om 2-12-79 to 4-12-79. In addition, the following solicitations were approved by the Board in prior months and are still in effect: AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION^ To conduct their annual fund-raising campaign to raise Ainds for research and community projects; from 2-1-79 to 2-28-79; LAS VEGAS AREA COUNCIL CAMP FIRE GIRLS To sell candy door-todoor to raise funds for their various projects throughout the year; from 2-9-79 to 2-26-79; ST. ROSE DE LIMA HOSPITAL AUXlUARY To conduct the annual Mardi Gras and accompanying raffle to raise funds for St. Rose de Lima Hospital; from 12-13-78 to 2-17-79. Any other solicitors for charitable organizations are operating without benefit of a permit and should be reported to the Henderson Police Department immediately, 565-8933. ELSIE SENDLEIN RETIRES • Fellow employes of the Eldorado Casino honored Elsie Sendlein recently upon her retirement from the club where she has worked as a waitress for the past 13 years. Her friends and family gathered at the Casino and held a surprise party for her last week. Special guest attending was former Governor Mike O'Callaghan who has known the Sendlein family for many years. He, along with many others, presented her with gifts upon the occasion of her retirement. longer has a yard of his own to look after but enjoys being out-of-doors." She told of three local women, Joan Thomas, Mary Moore and Modelle Carter, who have been working on the volunteer program since October recataloguing and updating the medical staff library. "Their work has already shown to be invaluable to us in this particular area," Mrs. Galloway said. "And we have a couple of women who work f^ll time at other jobs and come to the hospital in the evenings to help." Another area where volunteer services would be helpfUl would be assisting in the coffee shop. "We do have a requirement for the voulunteer, which is for their protection as well as for the protection of the hospital, and that is to attend a two-hour orientation meeting." At that time the prospective volunteer will hear John Isselin, the hospital's personnel director, speak on hospital policies; Mrs. Galloway speak on the volunteer program; Wendell Wilson talk about safety procedures and Dorothy Walters. Director 6i(^ Nursing, will Ulk about patient rel^t^d otatters. "There will also be someone j^ojn the administration who will be on hand to .welcome them," Mri. Gallo(ay explianed.. These orientation meetings will be held once a month, usually during the day, but can be scheduled for evening upon request The February orientation meetings have b^n set for Tuesday, Feb. 20 from 9 to 11 a.nL and in the evening from 7 tq 9 p.m. If anyone is interested in becoming a volunteer they are most welcome to call Mrs. Galloway at the hospital, 584-2622, and she will send them,4n application. ;:;.*. "There are a minimum number of hour* w **^ volunteers to.work each month," Mrs. Galloway said. "And for the women we have ordered gold smocks to wear while working." Our aim is to be as professional as possible and to provide a vfO' needed service to the hospital. At the present. Mme the service is adult oriented but we will be happy to have any age adult offer their services, and the work houri'will certainly be to the convenience of the volunteer." Senior CItizem Social Civb Last Friday, was a banner day for the Senior Citizens Social Club. There was a good turnout, and it was a most pleasant afternoon. Why not take ac|van^ge of a good thing tomorrow from 1 to 4 p.m. in room 30, Civic Center. Boss Day (At the Recreotion DeportmMit) Temporarily, some of the Basic High School students replaced for a day, (February 8th) positions of the Henderson Parks and Recreation Department administration. Students experienced watching some of the challenges and decisions that are made everyday in the Office. '\ Rendenon Homt Newi, Hendenon, Nevtdi Women of the Moose Chapter 1243 Royal Neighbors Plan Pot Luck Thursday, February 15, 1979 Co workers and Brothers if you missed our Mexiei^ Fiesta on Feb. 3 you sure are real losers. It was helc) at Moose Lddgie with John and Yolanida Bustmanto doing the cooking for the dinner which consisted of Relanos, Tamales, Friloes and enchilades. Yummy, Yummy hmmm. Good all from scratch, no cans or frozen stuff used. Then Antoinette and the Ramblers tuned up their instruments and the music began. What certain red head and short dark Hungarian doing a polka caused a sensation and the Governor did trip a light fantastic with just about all the ladies. Drawings for prizes about 11 p.m. were won by Past Governor Robert Busch • dinner for 2 donated by Eldorado. Elaine Little also dinner for 2 donated by the Eldorado. Jack Chatterson dinner for 2 donated by the Rainbow. Karl McGowan • free movies donated by the Rainbow. Governor Scotty Campbell lovely pitcher and Boat donated by Jim and Olies ceramic shop and Janet McGowen the door prize, a Rolls Royce radio donated by the Skyline Casino. We wish to express our appreciation to all the people who donated our teri-ific prizes and to all wh attended our Fista and to our delightful and talented chefs. Our Sunday morning breakfast or brunch is going over really well but with a little more support from all of you and your guest we could do a whole lot better. The hours we serve are 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. so come on in and join us. Marion Bonebrake our bar manager and former chef at one of the large casinos down town Vegas is our Breakfast Chef omelettes you just can't match or believe or beat anywhere at any price to please your taste buds. Eggs Bacon Sausage Hot Bisquits graby toast, butter, jelly and jam. And to top it off plenty of hot coffeeof course the bar is open if that is your pleasure too. Don't forget ritual practice Tuesday Feb. 20, 1979 and Thursday Feb. 22, 1979 both at 7 p.m. Regular business meeting Thursday Feb. 15,1979 at 8 p.m. please come. The Royal Neighbors of America will hold a pot luck dinner followed by white elephant bingo as a Valentine event on Tues., Feb. 20 at Gilbert HalL The pot luck dinner will begin at 6:30 with members bringing pot luck dishes and Clella Keckler of Las Vegas furnishing a meat dish. Low Match (Ladns Bridal SodaD February is a month full of expressions in giving. Let us (Henderson Parks and Recreation Department and Local Merchants) give a gift to you. "Love Match", a Bridal Social created for all ladies of the area. (You don't have to be engaged to come) February 2Jrd at DoRce Racitol February Watch (he efforts and hours of practice come together on the Henderson stage on February 24 at 7 p.m. Billie Jean and Jeannet our dance teachers have put > together a program for everyone to CJMidi Group M Party The youth group at the Community Church of Christ held a snow party, Sun. afternoon, Jan. 28 at Lee Canvon. The youth group is headed by Advisers Chris and Barry Prime. Because of the snow falling that day the group bad a difficult time in getting to Lee Canyon, Attending were Michael. IPlFrott, Laura Parrott. ^is, Kuppy and BafD^ ?^ime, Kevin Primer, Erl^ne Howary, Sue De Cacdo, Richard Erickson. gnd Dee and Mickey Eriekaon. Hot chocolate and inter-tublng were enjoyed by the group. come and review the efforts of their students. Dance recital will be sponsored by the Henderson Parks and Recreation Department in the Civic Center Auditorium. (Call 565-8921 ex. 35 for any information on our 2nd session dance classes.) Presbyterion Church News The Adult Bible Study meets each Thursday morning at 9:30 a.m. with Rev. Bill Kirkman and the study theme is "God's Pattern for the Home". There is a nursery provided and everyone is invited to attend. On Wednesday mornings the Family prayer breakfast is held at 6 a.m. at the Eldoardo. This Sunday there will be a children's sermon during the regular morning worship. The Mission Committee will be handing out brochures of the church to new home developments Sunday afternoon at 2:30 p.m. Sunday services begin at 9:30 a.m. with Sunday School and Adult Bible study. Worship is at 11 a.m. There is a nursery provided and a coffeee fellowship is held after services. Church office hours are 8-12 noon and 1-4 p.m. Monday thru Friday. Rev. Bill Kirkman is the pastor. We are located at 525 Westminster Way just behind Morrell City park. The white elephan( bingo party will follow. Secret pals will also be revealed. A business meeting was held Tues. where Mabel Newton was honored for her birthday and for her outstanding work as deputy of the camp. A beautiful cake was baked for Mrs. Newton by Bel Sanner. Members attending were Oracle Dorothy Wittern, Margaret Sardeson, "Smiles" Cunningham, Helen Richards, Dela Buescher, Winnie Fisher, Margaret Montoya, Evelyn Mazrimas, Edna Deardoff, Mamie Vincent. Thelma Pullen, Cleo McDonald, Helen Bickerstaff, Clella Keckler, Carmen Campbell, Maycel Morris, Frances Kissan, Juanita Hamlin, Olive Melton. Bel Sanner and a guest. Lois Hancock. Refreshments were served by Bel Sanner and Frances Kissan. -^02222222^^ /^0( ^Itir ieem -ID ^mxuen ^ ARRieil K) WOu^MNto AMAKuS Mowrr. 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/ Fram the Crime Prewilion UniL. HENDERSON POUa DEPARTMENT Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Thursday, February IS, 1979 Community Church Announces Series COULD THIS HAPPEN TO YOU? '^ fht Coamunity Church of Henderson. United Church of Christ, located at 27 E. Texas Ave. and Army St., one Mock North of the Rainbow Club, would like to invite you to join ouc Sunday worship service which begins at 10:30 a.m. Rev. 3ob Richards will deliver his sennoBentitled The Jonah Complex and the PeMr Principle. Sunday School Is fh>m 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. We have classes for three year olds thru Sr. High. Presently we are using the Joy Cirrieulum tnm the Winston Press. Our Youth Group meets each Sunday •vening at 6:00 p.m. in GUbert Hall. Sixth through twelfth graders are involved in the Youth Group. The Women's Association meets the 3rd Wed. of each month at 1 p.m. in Gilbert Hall. The .Women's Association is a very active group *hich lends Itself to Christian living and service. For the ladies !hat work during the day we haVe an evening Christian fellowship for women, the Joy Fellowship. The Joy Fel lowship meets the fourth Thursday of each month In members homes. An adult discussion group is available for anyone interested. They are now studying how to communicate better with one another. This group meets the first Sunday of each month in the Educational Building at 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. If you have any questions about the Community Church please feel free to call our office, S6M563. Our ofllce is open Mon. 9-12 Noon. Wed. thru Friday 9-12 Noon. Come join us; we would love to have you worship with us. Wally and Gladys Williams had just bought their nrst home. They had selected one in a rural area rather than in the city because neighborhood crime always seemed to be increasing in the town where they had lived as renters. The house was quite old, but the price was right for a "fixer-upper", and Wally staried to remodel one room at a time, as the weekly paycheck would allow. His plan was to complete the inside work, leaving exterior painting, roof repair and landscaping to be completed after the inside was comfortably remodeled. Inside, the bouse began to take shape after a few months, but anyone passing would have thought the place was deserted, from its outside appearance. Soon, a long holiday weekend came. The Williamses were tired and needed a rest They went to visit friends in a nearby city and stayed four days. They had locked up well, they thought, but the old hardware was still in use on their outside doors, and only a skeleton key was needed to open them. On their return, they were aghast to find their home a shambles. Vandals liad entered, evidently through the back easy-to-open door. Their gallon paint cans had been opened and paint was everywhere, on furniture, walls, carpeting, etc. New floor tiles had been torn up and stuffed in stools and sink drains. Paneling was ripped from the walls and broken into pieces, sinks and light fixtures were Sunshine Rebekah News The Sunshine Rebekah Lodge No. 41 held their first meeting since the installation of new officers in January. The February meeting was held on the 6th with our new Noble Grand Laurel Nelson and vice grand Doris Darnell conducting the meeting. Regular business was taken care of with Mary O'Neil installed as left support to the chaplain and Alice Campbell installed as warden. Neither women had been able to attend the January 16 installation. Following the meeting we had a Valentine's party and also a birthday party for Blanch Hinkle and Deana Shafer. Each received a lot of lovely little gifts and it was de cided to have a monthly birthday party during the months members are celebrating birthdays. We also drew names for Secret Pals. A beautif\il heart cake and made by Laurel Nelson which, along with sandwiches and punch, was served to Doris Darnell, Clara Milsap, Lauren Nelson, Deana Shafer, Pat Gardner. Penny Love, Blanch Hinkle, Feme Seifert, Mary ONeil, Timmie Timmons, Dorothy Klobtzer, Alice Campbell. Darlene Lamb and Lagola Gardner. Feme Seifert brought as her guest her sister-in-law. The next meeting will be on Feb. 20 and we hope to see all our members attend. THIS NEW COAT MEANS WE HAVE EVEN MORE HOME SELUNG IDEAS UP OUR SLEEVE As ERA* real estate pfoipssionals we cjn ofler vou the three most fmportant benelits in home buving and sellinglimited home warranties and national ex[K)sure Home Sdien Protvclion. A maior expense is something sou doni need just belore you sell vour horr>e ERA' Home Sellers Protection rovers most niaior vsorking home componerrts from two weeks atter vou decide to sell right up until the dav its sold fl80-dd\ mammumi Regardless ot what it costs sou pay onlv a modes! dedudible Home Biiyen Prolcctton. ERA* Home BiAff>. Prfjifdion Aorlks th' same wav proler ting buvers against the < oil ot repair or replacement ot most maiof home (6m()onents lor a lull vear irom date ot ^ale Again there is onlv a modest deductible This |ust naturally makes your home more attractiye and a better bw NalkMitl EipoMirr. Kemembrr too that up to 4llkiM>. •,.•, •.•.< M uf OHov smashed with a sledgehammer. In horrified diabelief, they called the nearest law enforcement agency. On arrival, the first question they asked the officer was, "What kind of people would do such a thing, and why did they choose our home?" Following are some of the answers to this often asked question. Most of the mistakes the Williamses made are obvious, but even the obvious is sometimes difncult to remember when the time comes. Consider these precautions in protecting your own home. 1. Never leave for an overnight trip leaving noovT unoNy your house loooking unoccupied. If remodeling and older home, replace antiquated locks, broken windows, and weatherbeaten door and window framing first before starting on inside work. 2. Install at least some outside lighting, and wire a few of these yardlights to come on automatically if an outside door is opened, and one or two that may remain on at all times while you are away. Automatically-trfpped yard lights will often frighten an intruder sufficiently to make him leave. 3. The Williams couple had been too busy to make friends with their nearest neighbor. When questioned, these neighbors said they had heard unusual noises and seen a strange vehicle parked near the Williams home. But, not knowing they were gone, they took no action. Make fViends with your new neighbors as soon as possible. Let them know when you'll be away so they can keep an eye out for you; do the same for them. 4. Avoid leaving your home looking as though everything is neatly tucked away for an extended absence. 5. Put timing devices on two or three lights inside the house and stagger the come-on and shut-off schedules. Leave a radio playing on a station with conversation instead of music. 6. Paint, tools, and other remodeling supplies are great temptations to vandals, so don't provide such items for use on your own home. Store and lock them in a hard to find location, t, Vandalism coats Americans millions in losses each year, but you can minimise possibilities of being a victim by using these coanmon sense rules. If victimized, do not fail to report it so that others may be spared. EXPLORER SCOUTS GRADUATE During graduation ceremonies for Explorer Scouts Post 243, sponsored by the Henderson Police Dept., a special award was presented to Justice of the Peace Larry Tabony for his donation which was used to buy uniforms for the post members Pictured from lea are Post advisor Officer Robert Lindsey, Tabony. William Clark, Gary Williams, Jerry Cooper, Explorer Post Chief Sylvia Zak presenting the award, Kim Bush, Richard Kilfoyle, Dominick D'Orta, Brenda Taney and Lance Nelson. Assistant Advisor is Richard Fesler. Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada ERA Block Mountain Realty [B Al you need to know in Real Estalei (KAETOP Each oltice inde|)endentlv owtifd and operated. RESIDENTIAL — iim's BAa — AND SHE HAS THIS NEWLY CONSTRUCTED HOME 3 BEDRM., 1% BATH HOME WITH COURTYARD ENTRY AND 2 CAR GARAGE. IT ALSO HAS A DISHWASHER, SEPARATE DINING ROOM AND IS ON A LARGE LOT. MANY EXTRAS IN THI^ WELL-PLANNED HOME. EVENINGS ... CALL 564-2447. — PMCED TO Sm — ONE YEAR WARRANTY WITH THIS 3 BEDROOM CONDO. IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY AVAILABLE FOR QUALIFIED BUYER. $34,000.00. — VAUIY WW — YOU WILL LOVE THIS 4 BEDROOM, 2 BATH HOME THAT IS CLOSE TO SCHOOLS. — CAU JOAN — BRAND NEW 3 BEDROOIf, 2 BATH HOME. COLOR COORDINATED KITCHEN PICK YOUR OWN COLOR CARPETING. EVENINGS, CALL 564-1393. — ONC YEAR WARRANTY— ON THIS CUTE 3 BEDROOM, 1 BATH ON A QUIET CUL-DE-SAC. — am STARTER — WITH IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY. THIS 2 BEDROOM CONDO IS JUST WAITING FOR THE RIGHT PERSON. — NIGNIAND MUS— EXTRA NICE NEIGHBORHOOD FOUR BEDROOMS, 2 FULL BATHS FRONT AND BACK PATIOS DOUBLE GARAGE NEEDS SOME TENDER LOVING CARE CALL JOAN. — LARGE YAUiY VIW — 3 BEDROOM, 1% BATHS, DEN, EXTRA LARGE MASTER BEDROOM, PANELING AND MIRRORS THROUGHOUT PRICED RIGHT! UjlD — MISaON HIUS — 1 ACRE ALREADY GRADED FOR HOME. — IVi ACRES OF R-1 PROfBtn 2H ACRES OF R-1 PROPERTY LOCATED NEAR BASIC HIGH SCHOOL. MANY NEW HOMES BEING BUILT IN SURROUNDING AREA. — HIGNWAY FRONTAGE — .6 ACRE ON LAKE MEAD DR. AT CENTER STREET. CALL KEN AT 565-8326. — R-1 ACRES — 3.27 CLOSE TO HIGH SCHOOL. EVENINGS CALL 5654326. .56 ACRE CLOSE TO SKI UFTS. EVENINGS CALL 565-8326. — PARAMSE HULS— 7H ACRES WITH BEAUTIFUL VIEW OF VEGAS VALLEY. — lOUlDBNWY.— 375' OF FRONTAGE BUY ALL OR PARTZONED C-2. CALL KEN AT 56426. — 2i ACRES ZONED R-1 CLOSE TO HIGH SCHOOL. EVENINGS CALL S65-8326. — LAKE MEAD DR.— 1.4 ACRE ZONED C-2. -WEST LAKE MEADTWO 2H ACRE LOTS ~ ZONED FOR RESIDENTIAL CALL KEN AT 56^8326. .6 ACRE ON LAKE MEAD DRIVE AT CENTER STREET. EVENINGS CALL 56M326. 564-2727 lOT-A WATER STREET VALLEY BANK BUILDING li Gras touraoment Greot Success The Mardi Gras golf tournament at Black Mountain Golf and Country Club on Sunday, Feb. 11, for the benefit of 8t Rose de Lima Hospital was a great success according to Bettylou Anderson, Mary Jo Sheehan and Hersh Trumbo, coordinators of the tournament. They, as members of the board of the hospital, want to personally express their ajn>reciation to all the participants of the tournament. Thanks is also due to the staff of the pro shop, the dining room and the grounds crew of Black Mountain, without whom this tournament would not be possible. The format was a fiveperson scramble and tVro tickets to the Mardi Gras ball were presented to each member of the three top teams. First place winners were: R.T. Turvey, Stewart Sobel, Mike Tomnovec, Al Magnuson and Rose Magnuson. Second place: Darrel Potter. Bob Webb, Dr. James Potter, Valarie Potter and Fred Doumoni. Third place: Don Toby. Eddie Hayes, Don Dawson and Rocky Tope. Prizes were also awarded to Tom Steel, closest to the hole on no. 3; Jim Kemp, closest to the hole on no. 12; Randy Connell, closest to the hole on no. 15; longest drive on no, 9, Butch Waddell; shortest drive on no.l, Barbara Christensen; and longest drive on no. 10, Russell Sloan. These special prizes were made possible by donations of local merchants and were sincerely appreciated by the tournament committee and all the winners. Donating gifts were: Perry's Mens Shop, Vernays, Sandry Trumbo of Hairitage Styling Parlor, Roberts Greenhouse Services of St. Rose de Lima Hospital, Black Mountain Golf and Country Club, Migi's Magic Mirror, Winner's Circle Casino, Mallory's Supper Club. J & K Pharmacy, Fronteir Nursery and Floral, Eldorado Club, Rainbow Club, Dave JamisDn of Las Vegas Convention Service, and Nevada Bob's. The tournament is a forerunner of the annual Mardi Gras Ball which will be held at Caesar's Palace, Saturday, February 17. Tickets arc still available to the ball and may be purchased by calling the St. Rose de Lima Hospital. Thursday, February 15. 1979 ] Fomily Night Swim T n V creation Dept, at W Brinjf your family or -„ _, ,:.. ann-L ^ M. yourself to the LorinW^ "'"; ^' ^ ''^ ".f ,. „ pool will be open and th( l.ams Municpal Indoor ^^arge is only $1.00 pe; swimming popl on Peh, fa„„j, (Call 565-8921 ex; 15 Sponsored by Hen34 3^ ^^ information). 1 derson Parks and ReaV&aft TBEATBE ^ Bould tr City PHONE 2W3145 I — FEB. 15'21 — Richard Dreyfuas Biglk • THE BIG FIX" 6 00 8 00 SATURDAY MARDI GRAS GOLF TOURNAMENT HELD LAST SUNDAY Pictured is one of the teams which participated in the Mardi Gras Golf tournament for St. Rose de Lima Hospital which was held last Sunday. Team members are. from left, Bruce Miller, Sister Robert Joseph, Keith Hari~ wo od Barbara Bagley and Bill Sheehan. SUN. FEB. \Q OHct> topped with a Silver 25 and white Doves centered a table. Candy, nuts, punch, and Champagne wfere served with the cake. The Champagne toast was given by Kennith DeLand, uncle of Mrs. Robfson. Approx. 50'guests toasted the couple. Fresh flowers of White Carnations and Red Roses sent by out of town friends, decorated the gift table which held many lovely gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Robison met. and were married in Hawthorne. Nev. Feb. 6, 1954. Jacque has been manager of Henderson Bowling Lanes the past 5 yea^ and Bill retired froyf the State Hgih^way Dept. last May 9 after 32 years. • ORSON WELLES HALLINOSEY. .. SHOWS AT I 00 7 00 9 00 DR. DANILO YBAILE MOVING TO 11 EAST PACinC EFFECTIVE 2-13-79 ^^Whok taking care of my savings FNBandmer This Wtle businessman doesn thave an MBA. but he does have plenty of determination Combine this with his hard work dedication, and a desire to please his customers, and he s sure to tie a success One other thing this future publishing magnate has is an FNB regular passbook account. He might have selected FNB because we pay 5% daily interest, paid and compounded quarterly-the highest annual interest rate for banks allowed by law Or because with an FNB regular passtxwk account he can withdraw his money whenever he wants. Theres also the fact that FNB offers savings security Each depositor is insured for up to $40,000 by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) And he might have chosen FNB because that s where his dad banks But whatever his reason, we treat him as if we re partners in business Of course, we feel that way about all Nevadans FIRST NATIONAL BANK li^ i-' r.. lS>uand FNB. Partners in Nevada. 2 FULL SIZE SONIC BURGERS VALUABLE COUPON GOOD FEBRUARY 15 2 FULLS SONIC BUR fR^LSOw/COUPON^ 400 S. BOULDBi HWY • HEWDERSQN • tt/ ^" ^^ ^^^ HB MB fl^B fl^B SB ^^B i^B flHB • • ^^M ^^B ^M ^^B ^^H ^^M 'MI^^^^^^A ^^^ ^^^ ^^m WHY WAIT!! 56575 CALLAHEAoT" farorlledrre-h nccis T.M.

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/ Fram the Crime Prewilion UniL. HENDERSON POUa DEPARTMENT Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Thursday, February IS, 1979 Community Church Announces Series COULD THIS HAPPEN TO YOU? '^ fht Coamunity Church of Henderson. United Church of Christ, located at 27 E. Texas Ave. and Army St., one Mock North of the Rainbow Club, would like to invite you to join ouc Sunday worship service which begins at 10:30 a.m. Rev. 3ob Richards will deliver his sennoBentitled The Jonah Complex and the PeMr Principle. Sunday School Is fh>m 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. We have classes for three year olds thru Sr. High. Presently we are using the Joy Cirrieulum tnm the Winston Press. Our Youth Group meets each Sunday •vening at 6:00 p.m. in GUbert Hall. Sixth through twelfth graders are involved in the Youth Group. The Women's Association meets the 3rd Wed. of each month at 1 p.m. in Gilbert Hall. The .Women's Association is a very active group *hich lends Itself to Christian living and service. For the ladies !hat work during the day we haVe an evening Christian fellowship for women, the Joy Fellowship. The Joy Fel lowship meets the fourth Thursday of each month In members homes. An adult discussion group is available for anyone interested. They are now studying how to communicate better with one another. This group meets the first Sunday of each month in the Educational Building at 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. If you have any questions about the Community Church please feel free to call our office, S6M563. Our ofllce is open Mon. 9-12 Noon. Wed. thru Friday 9-12 Noon. Come join us; we would love to have you worship with us. Wally and Gladys Williams had just bought their nrst home. They had selected one in a rural area rather than in the city because neighborhood crime always seemed to be increasing in the town where they had lived as renters. The house was quite old, but the price was right for a "fixer-upper", and Wally staried to remodel one room at a time, as the weekly paycheck would allow. His plan was to complete the inside work, leaving exterior painting, roof repair and landscaping to be completed after the inside was comfortably remodeled. Inside, the bouse began to take shape after a few months, but anyone passing would have thought the place was deserted, from its outside appearance. Soon, a long holiday weekend came. The Williamses were tired and needed a rest They went to visit friends in a nearby city and stayed four days. They had locked up well, they thought, but the old hardware was still in use on their outside doors, and only a skeleton key was needed to open them. On their return, they were aghast to find their home a shambles. Vandals liad entered, evidently through the back easy-to-open door. Their gallon paint cans had been opened and paint was everywhere, on furniture, walls, carpeting, etc. New floor tiles had been torn up and stuffed in stools and sink drains. Paneling was ripped from the walls and broken into pieces, sinks and light fixtures were Sunshine Rebekah News The Sunshine Rebekah Lodge No. 41 held their first meeting since the installation of new officers in January. The February meeting was held on the 6th with our new Noble Grand Laurel Nelson and vice grand Doris Darnell conducting the meeting. Regular business was taken care of with Mary O'Neil installed as left support to the chaplain and Alice Campbell installed as warden. Neither women had been able to attend the January 16 installation. Following the meeting we had a Valentine's party and also a birthday party for Blanch Hinkle and Deana Shafer. Each received a lot of lovely little gifts and it was de cided to have a monthly birthday party during the months members are celebrating birthdays. We also drew names for Secret Pals. A beautif\il heart cake and made by Laurel Nelson which, along with sandwiches and punch, was served to Doris Darnell, Clara Milsap, Lauren Nelson, Deana Shafer, Pat Gardner. Penny Love, Blanch Hinkle, Feme Seifert, Mary ONeil, Timmie Timmons, Dorothy Klobtzer, Alice Campbell. Darlene Lamb and Lagola Gardner. Feme Seifert brought as her guest her sister-in-law. The next meeting will be on Feb. 20 and we hope to see all our members attend. THIS NEW COAT MEANS WE HAVE EVEN MORE HOME SELUNG IDEAS UP OUR SLEEVE As ERA* real estate pfoipssionals we cjn ofler vou the three most fmportant benelits in home buving and sellinglimited home warranties and national ex[K)sure Home Sdien Protvclion. A maior expense is something sou doni need just belore you sell vour horr>e ERA' Home Sellers Protection rovers most niaior vsorking home componerrts from two weeks atter vou decide to sell right up until the dav its sold fl80-dd\ mammumi Regardless ot what it costs sou pay onlv a modes! dedudible Home Biiyen Prolcctton. ERA* Home BiAff>. Prfjifdion Aorlks th' same wav proler ting buvers against the < oil ot repair or replacement ot most maiof home (6m()onents lor a lull vear irom date ot ^ale Again there is onlv a modest deductible This |ust naturally makes your home more attractiye and a better bw NalkMitl EipoMirr. Kemembrr too that up to 4llkiM>. •,.•, •.•.< M uf OHov smashed with a sledgehammer. In horrified diabelief, they called the nearest law enforcement agency. On arrival, the first question they asked the officer was, "What kind of people would do such a thing, and why did they choose our home?" Following are some of the answers to this often asked question. Most of the mistakes the Williamses made are obvious, but even the obvious is sometimes difncult to remember when the time comes. Consider these precautions in protecting your own home. 1. Never leave for an overnight trip leaving noovT unoNy your house loooking unoccupied. If remodeling and older home, replace antiquated locks, broken windows, and weatherbeaten door and window framing first before starting on inside work. 2. Install at least some outside lighting, and wire a few of these yardlights to come on automatically if an outside door is opened, and one or two that may remain on at all times while you are away. Automatically-trfpped yard lights will often frighten an intruder sufficiently to make him leave. 3. The Williams couple had been too busy to make friends with their nearest neighbor. When questioned, these neighbors said they had heard unusual noises and seen a strange vehicle parked near the Williams home. But, not knowing they were gone, they took no action. Make fViends with your new neighbors as soon as possible. Let them know when you'll be away so they can keep an eye out for you; do the same for them. 4. Avoid leaving your home looking as though everything is neatly tucked away for an extended absence. 5. Put timing devices on two or three lights inside the house and stagger the come-on and shut-off schedules. Leave a radio playing on a station with conversation instead of music. 6. Paint, tools, and other remodeling supplies are great temptations to vandals, so don't provide such items for use on your own home. Store and lock them in a hard to find location, t, Vandalism coats Americans millions in losses each year, but you can minimise possibilities of being a victim by using these coanmon sense rules. If victimized, do not fail to report it so that others may be spared. EXPLORER SCOUTS GRADUATE During graduation ceremonies for Explorer Scouts Post 243, sponsored by the Henderson Police Dept., a special award was presented to Justice of the Peace Larry Tabony for his donation which was used to buy uniforms for the post members Pictured from lea are Post advisor Officer Robert Lindsey, Tabony. William Clark, Gary Williams, Jerry Cooper, Explorer Post Chief Sylvia Zak presenting the award, Kim Bush, Richard Kilfoyle, Dominick D'Orta, Brenda Taney and Lance Nelson. Assistant Advisor is Richard Fesler. Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada ERA Block Mountain Realty [B Al you need to know in Real Estalei (KAETOP Each oltice inde|)endentlv owtifd and operated. RESIDENTIAL — iim's BAa — AND SHE HAS THIS NEWLY CONSTRUCTED HOME 3 BEDRM., 1% BATH HOME WITH COURTYARD ENTRY AND 2 CAR GARAGE. IT ALSO HAS A DISHWASHER, SEPARATE DINING ROOM AND IS ON A LARGE LOT. MANY EXTRAS IN THI^ WELL-PLANNED HOME. EVENINGS ... CALL 564-2447. — PMCED TO Sm — ONE YEAR WARRANTY WITH THIS 3 BEDROOM CONDO. IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY AVAILABLE FOR QUALIFIED BUYER. $34,000.00. — VAUIY WW — YOU WILL LOVE THIS 4 BEDROOM, 2 BATH HOME THAT IS CLOSE TO SCHOOLS. — CAU JOAN — BRAND NEW 3 BEDROOIf, 2 BATH HOME. COLOR COORDINATED KITCHEN PICK YOUR OWN COLOR CARPETING. EVENINGS, CALL 564-1393. — ONC YEAR WARRANTY— ON THIS CUTE 3 BEDROOM, 1 BATH ON A QUIET CUL-DE-SAC. — am STARTER — WITH IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY. THIS 2 BEDROOM CONDO IS JUST WAITING FOR THE RIGHT PERSON. — NIGNIAND MUS— EXTRA NICE NEIGHBORHOOD FOUR BEDROOMS, 2 FULL BATHS FRONT AND BACK PATIOS DOUBLE GARAGE NEEDS SOME TENDER LOVING CARE CALL JOAN. — LARGE YAUiY VIW — 3 BEDROOM, 1% BATHS, DEN, EXTRA LARGE MASTER BEDROOM, PANELING AND MIRRORS THROUGHOUT PRICED RIGHT! UjlD — MISaON HIUS — 1 ACRE ALREADY GRADED FOR HOME. — IVi ACRES OF R-1 PROfBtn 2H ACRES OF R-1 PROPERTY LOCATED NEAR BASIC HIGH SCHOOL. MANY NEW HOMES BEING BUILT IN SURROUNDING AREA. — HIGNWAY FRONTAGE — .6 ACRE ON LAKE MEAD DR. AT CENTER STREET. CALL KEN AT 565-8326. — R-1 ACRES — 3.27 CLOSE TO HIGH SCHOOL. EVENINGS CALL 5654326. .56 ACRE CLOSE TO SKI UFTS. EVENINGS CALL 565-8326. — PARAMSE HULS— 7H ACRES WITH BEAUTIFUL VIEW OF VEGAS VALLEY. — lOUlDBNWY.— 375' OF FRONTAGE BUY ALL OR PARTZONED C-2. CALL KEN AT 56426. — 2i ACRES ZONED R-1 CLOSE TO HIGH SCHOOL. EVENINGS CALL S65-8326. — LAKE MEAD DR.— 1.4 ACRE ZONED C-2. -WEST LAKE MEADTWO 2H ACRE LOTS ~ ZONED FOR RESIDENTIAL CALL KEN AT 56^8326. .6 ACRE ON LAKE MEAD DRIVE AT CENTER STREET. EVENINGS CALL 56M326. 564-2727 lOT-A WATER STREET VALLEY BANK BUILDING li Gras touraoment Greot Success The Mardi Gras golf tournament at Black Mountain Golf and Country Club on Sunday, Feb. 11, for the benefit of 8t Rose de Lima Hospital was a great success according to Bettylou Anderson, Mary Jo Sheehan and Hersh Trumbo, coordinators of the tournament. They, as members of the board of the hospital, want to personally express their ajn>reciation to all the participants of the tournament. Thanks is also due to the staff of the pro shop, the dining room and the grounds crew of Black Mountain, without whom this tournament would not be possible. The format was a fiveperson scramble and tVro tickets to the Mardi Gras ball were presented to each member of the three top teams. First place winners were: R.T. Turvey, Stewart Sobel, Mike Tomnovec, Al Magnuson and Rose Magnuson. Second place: Darrel Potter. Bob Webb, Dr. James Potter, Valarie Potter and Fred Doumoni. Third place: Don Toby. Eddie Hayes, Don Dawson and Rocky Tope. Prizes were also awarded to Tom Steel, closest to the hole on no. 3; Jim Kemp, closest to the hole on no. 12; Randy Connell, closest to the hole on no. 15; longest drive on no, 9, Butch Waddell; shortest drive on no.l, Barbara Christensen; and longest drive on no. 10, Russell Sloan. These special prizes were made possible by donations of local merchants and were sincerely appreciated by the tournament committee and all the winners. Donating gifts were: Perry's Mens Shop, Vernays, Sandry Trumbo of Hairitage Styling Parlor, Roberts Greenhouse Services of St. Rose de Lima Hospital, Black Mountain Golf and Country Club, Migi's Magic Mirror, Winner's Circle Casino, Mallory's Supper Club. J & K Pharmacy, Fronteir Nursery and Floral, Eldorado Club, Rainbow Club, Dave JamisDn of Las Vegas Convention Service, and Nevada Bob's. The tournament is a forerunner of the annual Mardi Gras Ball which will be held at Caesar's Palace, Saturday, February 17. Tickets arc still available to the ball and may be purchased by calling the St. Rose de Lima Hospital. Thursday, February 15. 1979 ] Fomily Night Swim T n V creation Dept, at W Brinjf your family or -„ _, ,:.. ann-L ^ M. yourself to the LorinW^ "'"; ^' ^ ''^ ".f ,. „ pool will be open and th( l.ams Municpal Indoor ^^arge is only $1.00 pe; swimming popl on Peh, fa„„j, (Call 565-8921 ex; 15 Sponsored by Hen34 3^ ^^ information). 1 derson Parks and ReaV&aft TBEATBE ^ Bould tr City PHONE 2W3145 I — FEB. 15'21 — Richard Dreyfuas Biglk • THE BIG FIX" 6 00 8 00 SATURDAY MARDI GRAS GOLF TOURNAMENT HELD LAST SUNDAY Pictured is one of the teams which participated in the Mardi Gras Golf tournament for St. Rose de Lima Hospital which was held last Sunday. Team members are. from left, Bruce Miller, Sister Robert Joseph, Keith Hari~ wo od Barbara Bagley and Bill Sheehan. SUN. FEB. \Q OHct> topped with a Silver 25 and white Doves centered a table. Candy, nuts, punch, and Champagne wfere served with the cake. The Champagne toast was given by Kennith DeLand, uncle of Mrs. Robfson. Approx. 50'guests toasted the couple. Fresh flowers of White Carnations and Red Roses sent by out of town friends, decorated the gift table which held many lovely gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Robison met. and were married in Hawthorne. Nev. Feb. 6, 1954. Jacque has been manager of Henderson Bowling Lanes the past 5 yea^ and Bill retired froyf the State Hgih^way Dept. last May 9 after 32 years. • ORSON WELLES HALLINOSEY. .. SHOWS AT I 00 7 00 9 00 DR. DANILO YBAILE MOVING TO 11 EAST PACinC EFFECTIVE 2-13-79 ^^Whok taking care of my savings FNBandmer This Wtle businessman doesn thave an MBA. but he does have plenty of determination Combine this with his hard work dedication, and a desire to please his customers, and he s sure to tie a success One other thing this future publishing magnate has is an FNB regular passbook account. He might have selected FNB because we pay 5% daily interest, paid and compounded quarterly-the highest annual interest rate for banks allowed by law Or because with an FNB regular passtxwk account he can withdraw his money whenever he wants. Theres also the fact that FNB offers savings security Each depositor is insured for up to $40,000 by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) And he might have chosen FNB because that s where his dad banks But whatever his reason, we treat him as if we re partners in business Of course, we feel that way about all Nevadans FIRST NATIONAL BANK li^ i-' r.. lS>uand FNB. Partners in Nevada. 2 FULL SIZE SONIC BURGERS VALUABLE COUPON GOOD FEBRUARY 15 2 FULLS SONIC BUR fR^LSOw/COUPON^ 400 S. BOULDBi HWY • HEWDERSQN • tt/ ^" ^^ ^^^ HB MB fl^B fl^B SB ^^B i^B flHB • • ^^M ^^B ^M ^^B ^^H ^^M 'MI^^^^^^A ^^^ ^^^ ^^m WHY WAIT!! 56575 CALLAHEAoT" farorlledrre-h nccis T.M.

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Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Miscellaneous News Missiles tagel Thursday, February 13,1979 By L* Mtsi# B#nn#n "There are obviously •two educations. One should teach us how to make a living. The other should teach us how to live." (James Truslow Adams) SMITH-BRADSHAW WEDDING St. Valentine's Day has, been the special day set aside for lovers for many centuries. And now it has become even more important in the lives of one of Henderson's young couples, Lori Smith and Mike Bradshaw. For February 14, 1979 was the wedding day for them. Lori and Mike said their sacred vows of matrimony in the LD.S. Temple at St. George, Utah to start their married life. Lori, is the daughter of Larkin and Genevieve Smith and Mike is the son of Bud and Barbara Bradshaw. all of Henderson Both Mike and Lori have been active and progressive at school and in their community and will continue to be so in Henderson where they plan to make their home. Warmest wishes for much happiness to Mike and Lori HOME AFTER SURGERY Vernell Walker, wife of Bill Walker, is now at home convalesing after under going some extensive and painful surgery on both feet. Vernell has t>een one of the busiest of homemakers and so the forced inactivity isn't too easy for her Many friends and family send get well wishes to Vernell. WOODEN LEGS Darryl Littlefield, son of Lanny and Gloria Littlefield, and exbasketball player, has a couple of wooden helpers these days. Darryl was hurt while playing basketball at school. Hope his injury will mend quickly. HOME WEDDING The home of the groom's parents was the setting for the wedding of Dave Owens and Julie Jenner. Dave's parents are long time Henderson residents, Joseph J and Marie Owens. Julie is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Jenner of Las Vegas. The young couple were joined in matrimony by Bishop Calvin Black on Saturday, February 10. They will make their home in Las Vegas. Congratulations. TO UTAH The Max Hall family took to the roads last week with the hopes that the snows of mountainous Utah were melted and combined business and pleasure at Duchesne, Utah. The Duchesne-Vernal area has been booming since the oil "crisis", etc. Right now it is like a deep-freeze due to the terrible winter weather. IT WAS SAID by Andre Maurois who was a wise man, "A happy marriage is a long conversation that seems all too short." VISIT'NG PARENTS Scott and Coral (Smith) Shaeffer spent a sunny week-end with Coral's parents. Loris and Gloria Westover. Had a good visit with sister Bonnie also. Good to see their familiar faces again. Scott and Coral live in Salt Lake City. Utah where he attends school. VARIETY TALENT SHOW There's jutt nothing like a live stage show. Chairntan Lee Dickinson put together a fine show with Master of Ceremonies Harold Scoble. The big opening night was last Saturday night at the LD.S. Cultural Hall on Cholla Street. Some of the talent displayed were: A vocal number by Western-Country stars Elain Dickinson, Morgan Barber and Roselind Lingenfelter (with Morgan on the banjo). Then a vocal solo by bearded and handsome Brent Scoble who was accompanied by Greg Oatterson. Later Brent sang a duet with his sister Lori Scoble. This was followed by a humorous skit by the Glen Tharp family ... 7 little boys. The program moved right along as the Logandale Dancers, Robin and Jill Evans, Tracie, Tiffany and Ruthann Simmons livened up the stage and the audience. Lacoma Brand, a talented reader and performer, did a couple of humorous readings about the opera "Carmen" and Ladybird Johnson. Next the Singing Sisters accompanied by Fayone Whitehead performed. They were Ruth Soehlke, Mary Knappenberger. Dawn Sneed. Bette Stearman, Debbie Cameron, Clara Downer, Janet Bennett, Geri Munford, Marsha Irons and Janet Ruesch. Marinus Baadsgaard played a piano solo and later he and wife Vickie played the Hungarian Dance No. 5 by Brahms as a duet on the piano. This was followed by a beautiflil vocal solo by Jan Stearman, accompanied by sister Susan Evans. Jan is currently with the show at the M.G.M. Hotel. The program was topped by the Warburton Blue Grass Band from Las Vegas. This is a talented group and their music was really appreciated by the large audience. Henderson has many talented folks. THOSE SCOUTS If you've noticed the blue and gold uniforms ofthe Cub Scouts and the brown ofthe Scouts running around town it is because it was Scout Week and the Scout's 68th Anniversary. The annual Boulder Dam Area Council Dinner will be held tonight at 6.30 p.m. in the Space Center of the Sahara Hotel. The Scout Recognition Dinner is one of the largest and most impressive of local Scout functions. All leaders concerned with this great program will be present. VACATION Kip and Laura Botkin, with their two little boys, were on an extended vacation to Kansas recently. They enjoyed it but were happy to be home and in Henderson again. NEW TOPS CHAPTER A new TOPS Club (take Off Pounds Sensibly) was formed this week for ladies interested in losing unwanted pounds and who can meet duri ng the day. This Chapter will meet on Tuesday at 12:15 at the Civic Center. If you are interested please call 565-8361 for more information. FROM SACRAMENTO That tall Jeff Burr who was one of Basic's basketball greats was home last week to visit with his folks, Lynn and JoAnn Burr. Jeff and wife Janet live in Sacramento where he attends law school. Also at home was sister Tracy Burr who is attending college at Brigham Young University at Provo, Utah. Bet they and Amy all talked a lot about brother Rodney who is in Lima, Peru. ILLNESS The "flu" is still with us it seems. Cline Nielson is at home after a bout with that illness. Hope he now feels a lot better. BIRTHDAYS Ifyour birthday is now. you are an Aquarius and "A certain amount of opposition is a great help for a man. Kites rise against and not with the wind." (John Neal). .. 'Dear Family Style' Gets School i^ P^-^. SO ^^^}'Z^^' ,ieo(J5 • way'o Gordon McGaw Elementary School started a program Monday to encourage students 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 the 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 BRINKERHOFF FAMILY IS READING TOGETHER Pictured are Carey and Elaine Brinkerhoff and children Mitch, first grade; Keli. three months old and not yet attending school but listening along with the family; Jodie, second grade ana sean, third grade. All three McCaw Elementary School children are enthusiastic about the Family Style reading program though they said their mother has always read to them since they were small. NINO (& FAMILY Italian Restaurant Join Us For Nino*s **Ha ppy Hour'* Serving your fevorite beverages Wine'65* a glass Draft Beer 40< a glass • with Nino's MjnMMeattals & Sausage Bits for Your Pleasure. Saturday Nile 4-6 PM We are now serving jtaian American Luncheons & Totaly haian Evening Meals Be sure and join us for 'Nino's Happy Hour" Nino A Family Italian Restaurant Hours: 11-10 Mon-Sat 1634 Nevada Hwy., B.C. 293-2824 reading will continue through a nine week period five days a week. Twitchell explained that there will be a card which families can fill 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 the different classrooms will be displayed around the city. Twitchell hopes that after reading for a prescribed amount of tint*, children will continifi reading, either on th^ own or with th^ families, and continiflft finding the joys of re(^ ing. rBOY SCOUT WEEK Tommy Franco, left, and Darrin Seguin, members of Troop414, pose with a large poster they made promoting Boy Scout Week, Feb. 4 to 10. The troop is sponsored by St. Peter's Catholic Church and William B. Franco is the Scoutmaster. R.S.V.P. Even tho the weather man predicted rain we had a beautiful sunny day and everyone was in a happy mood. We had 35 seniors. We had IQ games of Bingo winners, Wilbur Tanner, Mf3t" Willits, Eugene Kline, and Floyd HetricKg] games, Karl Willits, Rosie McClellan, AnaW^ Chavez, Mabel Heenan, Ethel WMells coverafi won by Karl Willits. Guess who won the Door Prize, Mabel Heenan. There were 4 tables of Cnasta and 1 game of Pat O'Gold Cnasta. We will be sorry to see Mr. and Mrs. Karl Willit's go away but we all say Hurry Bacic!! Seniors don't forget to call EOS. for the bu^service 647-3312 to the Dr. shopping on other things a senior wants to do. Call 24 hrs. ahead. Bring small appliances to room 29 (Civic Center) for repair. These are sent to the steel workers. Social Security will be in Room 29 Civic Center every Wed. ft-om 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Social Security girl is Yvonne Skinner and She will have one volunteer from the RSVP. can share your ^ with both Burt Reyn^ds and Eva Gabor or LoQie Green, Mrs. Bess Truman (who is now 94 ye|rs old) or singer Margin Anderson who will bc77 on this Saturday. Thtte greats in my own fapi^y are also Aquarius c||tldren with their February birthdays onljf^a few days apart .. band, Dick Bennett two grandsons, AsiJ Green (in Sacramei and Matt Bennett, had a party Tuesday>^ you have a Februtfiy birthday or anniversqnr ... Happy birthday aAd congratulations. Z-.VISITOR .9 Another visitor to ^r area and enjoying tSe sun as well as thr^e grand-children and rix greatgrandchildren ^ Nita Cook f^om Cental Utah here visiti|g daughter Lola Irons. • • ^ A THOUGHT ^ fi odersoo Home News, Henderson, Nevada SPRINKLER SPECIALS AT LYONS ROTO SPRWKLRS 118 POPPy SFRINKIB) .*8J90 OSCIUATING SPRMKLB) Welcome A hearty welcome goes out to Gervie Mix and Hilary Grail, both new employees of the Henderson Day Care Center. Happy to have you aboard. Visiting with Grandma Last Friday, granddaughter Cindy Monteith with her two children, Mansen, age 7 months, and Amy age 3 years, came out to visit with grandma Elivira Medina at the Esplnosa Terrace. All enjoyed a wonderftil day together. Father of Cindy played some music for the seniors. |^18...MSJ98 0-17...!J2J 0-15..... MINmffl. INDOOR M9J99 WATBONG HOSE & R& MCRO-Rffl. INDOOR ..MOSO WATERING HOSE 8 RSL Lyons Hardware 1 W. Pwife SI., Handanon la Xyk to four off the best insurance agents at once ^ your State Farm agent! He's trained to be your car, -home, life AND health insurance agent. See or call: ," N. DAN TAYLOR MS.A6ENa,INC lUfl >IM INIUIANCI 32S W. Uke Mead Dr. Henderson Bus. Ph. 565-9743 Res. Ph. 45S^3571 LUM • food Mifhbor. State Farai U tiMra. It was reported to me by Annie Walsh that her husband Edmound hasn't been feeling up to par for a few weeks now. He has been in to see the doctor at the professional building in Henderson and will have to come In twice a week for a workup. Speedy recovery wishes coming your way Ed. Belated Birthday Grandma Lola Kling sends belated birthday greetings to grandaughter Lisa Blakey. Her birthday was on February 12 and Lisa was 17. Last Friday Lisa came visiting (during bake sale) and grandma bought her a homebaked pumpkin pie. Wedding Anniversary On February 22 Marion and Paul Foster will be celebrating their 25th, wedding anniversary. Heard that Paul had received some show tickets and that they will be spending the big day in our fabulous city of Vegas... TickeU were for son John, living in Las Vegas. New Employee Just heard there is s new employee at the Henderson Thrift store. Happy to have you Join our little family, Andrew Guinn, We all welcome you. Senior Bowling League I'd like to tell you about a pot luck party that the Seniors mixed bowling league had last week Wednesday. This new senior league held a delicious dinner, had music for dancing and singing-It was a Valentine Ball that was held at the Multi Service Room in the Boulder City park. This league has 30 active senior members and 6 subs. They bowl at the Boulder City bowl each Wednesday at 1 p.m. Double Birthday There were two celebrations at the Williams residence. Seems like Tricia Williams and RoUa W. Williams will be doing their celebrating on Thursday February 22. Happiness wishes to both. Espinota Bake Sale The Committee of Esplnosa Terrace wishes to thank all tenants who helped make this sale a great success. Proceeds I hear will be used for Espinots Recreation. Some of the gals that helped put this event together are Ruth Swartz, Marie Radford, Lola Kling, Rose Ellison. Birthday Party Jenny Valesquez celebrated her birthday with a spaghetti, icecream and cake party. Family and ft'iends attended on Sunday February 11 at grandma's home in Las Vegas. Home Again Pappy and Peggy's daughter will be flying in trom Iran this coming week. Mr. and Mrs. Vliet have been very concerned because ^f all that trouble in Iran. Last week they received word that the U.S. Government was flying all m^ ^n Wi^ ^rr mm m k ^/Bdddrw^ PLAY BINGO ^\ Of Budd^ SATURDAY PHONE 564-3343 A Fat Daddy Production SETS DSDOY CHMIBJGB YOU TO BUDDHA YOUU AGAINJl Americans back home.I know of two very happy person's in Hendersoa Wow! Hurray. Hurray, we'll all have to stand up and applaud for Sweda, who will be celebrating his 65th birthday on February 17..This is one of the card playing members of the R.S.V.P. center and we wish his happiness on this great event. Ha-Hs. HAPPY BIRTHDAY GREETINGS TO PERSONS BORN IN FEBRUARY... February 16 .. Cindy Klienman, Kip Botkin, Tommy Jensen, Lola L. Conneally Todd Workman, Loren C Covi ngton, Cynthia Rae Gibson. February IT.Tonl Stephens, Susan Wood, John Penuelas, Edna Mae Butler, Adam G. Russell, Lowell Hafen, L.D. Denton. February IS.Marcie Muirbrook, Debbie Gordon, Mark Rogers, Dorrel Booth, Jon James, T.J. Denton, Eustace Southworth (77). February 19..Dennie Bemsteen, Shauna Rae Clothier, Sandra Lee Stewart, Kimber Lee Norton. February 20. Joanna Burr. Ann Haines, Richard J. Brown, Lional David. Clara Palmer. February 21..Russel Hemanes, Westy Short, LaRue Cagle. February 22..Teresa Memmer, Linda Jones, Sigurd Titmus, tani Murray, Tircia Williams, RoUa W.Williams, Jerry Gillies, and Alda Southworth (57). WEDDING ANNIVERSARY WISHES TO THE FOLLOWING MARRIED IN FEBRUARY... ; February 18..To*f and Morna Murray February 18..Sam and Eleanor Davis February 19..Stan and Delia Clothier February 22..Mr. and Mrs. Bennie L Zumwalt, Kay and Warion Lamb Micro wove DoMonstrotioiis ond Workshop Quick, convenient, and healthful means of cooking for you or your family will be demonstrated March 1 for no charg^^ 11:30-1p.m. 7|{. Room 4a at the Henderson Civic Center will be set up for cooking, explanations, recipes given, and sample of foods cooked by Radar Ranger. • Limited space, so be sure to sign up at ft> Henderson Parks 4^ Recreation Departmi<|r Civic Center OfHce at Ib^ Uad St in Hendereen. (Call 5954121 ex SB to reserve a space in dau) /

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Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Miscellaneous News Missiles tagel Thursday, February 13,1979 By L* Mtsi# B#nn#n "There are obviously •two educations. One should teach us how to make a living. The other should teach us how to live." (James Truslow Adams) SMITH-BRADSHAW WEDDING St. Valentine's Day has, been the special day set aside for lovers for many centuries. And now it has become even more important in the lives of one of Henderson's young couples, Lori Smith and Mike Bradshaw. For February 14, 1979 was the wedding day for them. Lori and Mike said their sacred vows of matrimony in the LD.S. Temple at St. George, Utah to start their married life. Lori, is the daughter of Larkin and Genevieve Smith and Mike is the son of Bud and Barbara Bradshaw. all of Henderson Both Mike and Lori have been active and progressive at school and in their community and will continue to be so in Henderson where they plan to make their home. Warmest wishes for much happiness to Mike and Lori HOME AFTER SURGERY Vernell Walker, wife of Bill Walker, is now at home convalesing after under going some extensive and painful surgery on both feet. Vernell has t>een one of the busiest of homemakers and so the forced inactivity isn't too easy for her Many friends and family send get well wishes to Vernell. WOODEN LEGS Darryl Littlefield, son of Lanny and Gloria Littlefield, and exbasketball player, has a couple of wooden helpers these days. Darryl was hurt while playing basketball at school. Hope his injury will mend quickly. HOME WEDDING The home of the groom's parents was the setting for the wedding of Dave Owens and Julie Jenner. Dave's parents are long time Henderson residents, Joseph J and Marie Owens. Julie is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Jenner of Las Vegas. The young couple were joined in matrimony by Bishop Calvin Black on Saturday, February 10. They will make their home in Las Vegas. Congratulations. TO UTAH The Max Hall family took to the roads last week with the hopes that the snows of mountainous Utah were melted and combined business and pleasure at Duchesne, Utah. The Duchesne-Vernal area has been booming since the oil "crisis", etc. Right now it is like a deep-freeze due to the terrible winter weather. IT WAS SAID by Andre Maurois who was a wise man, "A happy marriage is a long conversation that seems all too short." VISIT'NG PARENTS Scott and Coral (Smith) Shaeffer spent a sunny week-end with Coral's parents. Loris and Gloria Westover. Had a good visit with sister Bonnie also. Good to see their familiar faces again. Scott and Coral live in Salt Lake City. Utah where he attends school. VARIETY TALENT SHOW There's jutt nothing like a live stage show. Chairntan Lee Dickinson put together a fine show with Master of Ceremonies Harold Scoble. The big opening night was last Saturday night at the LD.S. Cultural Hall on Cholla Street. Some of the talent displayed were: A vocal number by Western-Country stars Elain Dickinson, Morgan Barber and Roselind Lingenfelter (with Morgan on the banjo). Then a vocal solo by bearded and handsome Brent Scoble who was accompanied by Greg Oatterson. Later Brent sang a duet with his sister Lori Scoble. This was followed by a humorous skit by the Glen Tharp family ... 7 little boys. The program moved right along as the Logandale Dancers, Robin and Jill Evans, Tracie, Tiffany and Ruthann Simmons livened up the stage and the audience. Lacoma Brand, a talented reader and performer, did a couple of humorous readings about the opera "Carmen" and Ladybird Johnson. Next the Singing Sisters accompanied by Fayone Whitehead performed. They were Ruth Soehlke, Mary Knappenberger. Dawn Sneed. Bette Stearman, Debbie Cameron, Clara Downer, Janet Bennett, Geri Munford, Marsha Irons and Janet Ruesch. Marinus Baadsgaard played a piano solo and later he and wife Vickie played the Hungarian Dance No. 5 by Brahms as a duet on the piano. This was followed by a beautiflil vocal solo by Jan Stearman, accompanied by sister Susan Evans. Jan is currently with the show at the M.G.M. Hotel. The program was topped by the Warburton Blue Grass Band from Las Vegas. This is a talented group and their music was really appreciated by the large audience. Henderson has many talented folks. THOSE SCOUTS If you've noticed the blue and gold uniforms ofthe Cub Scouts and the brown ofthe Scouts running around town it is because it was Scout Week and the Scout's 68th Anniversary. The annual Boulder Dam Area Council Dinner will be held tonight at 6.30 p.m. in the Space Center of the Sahara Hotel. The Scout Recognition Dinner is one of the largest and most impressive of local Scout functions. All leaders concerned with this great program will be present. VACATION Kip and Laura Botkin, with their two little boys, were on an extended vacation to Kansas recently. They enjoyed it but were happy to be home and in Henderson again. NEW TOPS CHAPTER A new TOPS Club (take Off Pounds Sensibly) was formed this week for ladies interested in losing unwanted pounds and who can meet duri ng the day. This Chapter will meet on Tuesday at 12:15 at the Civic Center. If you are interested please call 565-8361 for more information. FROM SACRAMENTO That tall Jeff Burr who was one of Basic's basketball greats was home last week to visit with his folks, Lynn and JoAnn Burr. Jeff and wife Janet live in Sacramento where he attends law school. Also at home was sister Tracy Burr who is attending college at Brigham Young University at Provo, Utah. Bet they and Amy all talked a lot about brother Rodney who is in Lima, Peru. ILLNESS The "flu" is still with us it seems. Cline Nielson is at home after a bout with that illness. Hope he now feels a lot better. BIRTHDAYS Ifyour birthday is now. you are an Aquarius and "A certain amount of opposition is a great help for a man. Kites rise against and not with the wind." (John Neal). .. 'Dear Family Style' Gets School i^ P^-^. SO ^^^}'Z^^' ,ieo(J5 • way'o Gordon McGaw Elementary School started a program Monday to encourage students 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 the 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 BRINKERHOFF FAMILY IS READING TOGETHER Pictured are Carey and Elaine Brinkerhoff and children Mitch, first grade; Keli. three months old and not yet attending school but listening along with the family; Jodie, second grade ana sean, third grade. All three McCaw Elementary School children are enthusiastic about the Family Style reading program though they said their mother has always read to them since they were small. NINO (& FAMILY Italian Restaurant Join Us For Nino*s **Ha ppy Hour'* Serving your fevorite beverages Wine'65* a glass Draft Beer 40< a glass • with Nino's MjnMMeattals & Sausage Bits for Your Pleasure. Saturday Nile 4-6 PM We are now serving jtaian American Luncheons & Totaly haian Evening Meals Be sure and join us for 'Nino's Happy Hour" Nino A Family Italian Restaurant Hours: 11-10 Mon-Sat 1634 Nevada Hwy., B.C. 293-2824 reading will continue through a nine week period five days a week. Twitchell explained that there will be a card which families can fill 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 the different classrooms will be displayed around the city. Twitchell hopes that after reading for a prescribed amount of tint*, children will continifi reading, either on th^ own or with th^ families, and continiflft finding the joys of re(^ ing. rBOY SCOUT WEEK Tommy Franco, left, and Darrin Seguin, members of Troop414, pose with a large poster they made promoting Boy Scout Week, Feb. 4 to 10. The troop is sponsored by St. Peter's Catholic Church and William B. Franco is the Scoutmaster. R.S.V.P. Even tho the weather man predicted rain we had a beautiful sunny day and everyone was in a happy mood. We had 35 seniors. We had IQ games of Bingo winners, Wilbur Tanner, Mf3t" Willits, Eugene Kline, and Floyd HetricKg] games, Karl Willits, Rosie McClellan, AnaW^ Chavez, Mabel Heenan, Ethel WMells coverafi won by Karl Willits. Guess who won the Door Prize, Mabel Heenan. There were 4 tables of Cnasta and 1 game of Pat O'Gold Cnasta. We will be sorry to see Mr. and Mrs. Karl Willit's go away but we all say Hurry Bacic!! Seniors don't forget to call EOS. for the bu^service 647-3312 to the Dr. shopping on other things a senior wants to do. Call 24 hrs. ahead. Bring small appliances to room 29 (Civic Center) for repair. These are sent to the steel workers. Social Security will be in Room 29 Civic Center every Wed. ft-om 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Social Security girl is Yvonne Skinner and She will have one volunteer from the RSVP. can share your ^ with both Burt Reyn^ds and Eva Gabor or LoQie Green, Mrs. Bess Truman (who is now 94 ye|rs old) or singer Margin Anderson who will bc77 on this Saturday. Thtte greats in my own fapi^y are also Aquarius c||tldren with their February birthdays onljf^a few days apart .. band, Dick Bennett two grandsons, AsiJ Green (in Sacramei and Matt Bennett, had a party Tuesday>^ you have a Februtfiy birthday or anniversqnr ... Happy birthday aAd congratulations. Z-.VISITOR .9 Another visitor to ^r area and enjoying tSe sun as well as thr^e grand-children and rix greatgrandchildren ^ Nita Cook f^om Cental Utah here visiti|g daughter Lola Irons. • • ^ A THOUGHT ^ fi odersoo Home News, Henderson, Nevada SPRINKLER SPECIALS AT LYONS ROTO SPRWKLRS 118 POPPy SFRINKIB) .*8J90 OSCIUATING SPRMKLB) Welcome A hearty welcome goes out to Gervie Mix and Hilary Grail, both new employees of the Henderson Day Care Center. Happy to have you aboard. Visiting with Grandma Last Friday, granddaughter Cindy Monteith with her two children, Mansen, age 7 months, and Amy age 3 years, came out to visit with grandma Elivira Medina at the Esplnosa Terrace. All enjoyed a wonderftil day together. Father of Cindy played some music for the seniors. |^18...MSJ98 0-17...!J2J 0-15..... MINmffl. INDOOR M9J99 WATBONG HOSE & R& MCRO-Rffl. INDOOR ..MOSO WATERING HOSE 8 RSL Lyons Hardware 1 W. Pwife SI., Handanon la Xyk to four off the best insurance agents at once ^ your State Farm agent! He's trained to be your car, -home, life AND health insurance agent. See or call: ," N. DAN TAYLOR MS.A6ENa,INC lUfl >IM INIUIANCI 32S W. Uke Mead Dr. Henderson Bus. Ph. 565-9743 Res. Ph. 45S^3571 LUM • food Mifhbor. State Farai U tiMra. It was reported to me by Annie Walsh that her husband Edmound hasn't been feeling up to par for a few weeks now. He has been in to see the doctor at the professional building in Henderson and will have to come In twice a week for a workup. Speedy recovery wishes coming your way Ed. Belated Birthday Grandma Lola Kling sends belated birthday greetings to grandaughter Lisa Blakey. Her birthday was on February 12 and Lisa was 17. Last Friday Lisa came visiting (during bake sale) and grandma bought her a homebaked pumpkin pie. Wedding Anniversary On February 22 Marion and Paul Foster will be celebrating their 25th, wedding anniversary. Heard that Paul had received some show tickets and that they will be spending the big day in our fabulous city of Vegas... TickeU were for son John, living in Las Vegas. New Employee Just heard there is s new employee at the Henderson Thrift store. Happy to have you Join our little family, Andrew Guinn, We all welcome you. Senior Bowling League I'd like to tell you about a pot luck party that the Seniors mixed bowling league had last week Wednesday. This new senior league held a delicious dinner, had music for dancing and singing-It was a Valentine Ball that was held at the Multi Service Room in the Boulder City park. This league has 30 active senior members and 6 subs. They bowl at the Boulder City bowl each Wednesday at 1 p.m. Double Birthday There were two celebrations at the Williams residence. Seems like Tricia Williams and RoUa W. Williams will be doing their celebrating on Thursday February 22. Happiness wishes to both. Espinota Bake Sale The Committee of Esplnosa Terrace wishes to thank all tenants who helped make this sale a great success. Proceeds I hear will be used for Espinots Recreation. Some of the gals that helped put this event together are Ruth Swartz, Marie Radford, Lola Kling, Rose Ellison. Birthday Party Jenny Valesquez celebrated her birthday with a spaghetti, icecream and cake party. Family and ft'iends attended on Sunday February 11 at grandma's home in Las Vegas. Home Again Pappy and Peggy's daughter will be flying in trom Iran this coming week. Mr. and Mrs. Vliet have been very concerned because ^f all that trouble in Iran. Last week they received word that the U.S. Government was flying all m^ ^n Wi^ ^rr mm m k ^/Bdddrw^ PLAY BINGO ^\ Of Budd^ SATURDAY PHONE 564-3343 A Fat Daddy Production SETS DSDOY CHMIBJGB YOU TO BUDDHA YOUU AGAINJl Americans back home.I know of two very happy person's in Hendersoa Wow! Hurray. Hurray, we'll all have to stand up and applaud for Sweda, who will be celebrating his 65th birthday on February 17..This is one of the card playing members of the R.S.V.P. center and we wish his happiness on this great event. Ha-Hs. HAPPY BIRTHDAY GREETINGS TO PERSONS BORN IN FEBRUARY... February 16 .. Cindy Klienman, Kip Botkin, Tommy Jensen, Lola L. Conneally Todd Workman, Loren C Covi ngton, Cynthia Rae Gibson. February IT.Tonl Stephens, Susan Wood, John Penuelas, Edna Mae Butler, Adam G. Russell, Lowell Hafen, L.D. Denton. February IS.Marcie Muirbrook, Debbie Gordon, Mark Rogers, Dorrel Booth, Jon James, T.J. Denton, Eustace Southworth (77). February 19..Dennie Bemsteen, Shauna Rae Clothier, Sandra Lee Stewart, Kimber Lee Norton. February 20. Joanna Burr. Ann Haines, Richard J. Brown, Lional David. Clara Palmer. February 21..Russel Hemanes, Westy Short, LaRue Cagle. February 22..Teresa Memmer, Linda Jones, Sigurd Titmus, tani Murray, Tircia Williams, RoUa W.Williams, Jerry Gillies, and Alda Southworth (57). WEDDING ANNIVERSARY WISHES TO THE FOLLOWING MARRIED IN FEBRUARY... ; February 18..To*f and Morna Murray February 18..Sam and Eleanor Davis February 19..Stan and Delia Clothier February 22..Mr. and Mrs. Bennie L Zumwalt, Kay and Warion Lamb Micro wove DoMonstrotioiis ond Workshop Quick, convenient, and healthful means of cooking for you or your family will be demonstrated March 1 for no charg^^ 11:30-1p.m. 7|{. Room 4a at the Henderson Civic Center will be set up for cooking, explanations, recipes given, and sample of foods cooked by Radar Ranger. • Limited space, so be sure to sign up at ft> Henderson Parks 4^ Recreation Departmi<|r Civic Center OfHce at Ib^ Uad St in Hendereen. (Call 5954121 ex SB to reserve a space in dau) /

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Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Thursday, Februarv 15.1979 HOME NEWS VISITS 'BOSS FOR A DAV STUDENTS BANK OF NEVADA Pat Hartley, standing, an employe of the bank's loan department, observes as thecomputer gives a credit check. Students watching the procedure are Diane Younghans and Danny Elmer.* LEVI STRAUSS Richard Martinez, right, visited at Levi Strauss during Boss for a Day and received a grand tour of the new distribution center. In the customer service department Jean Ward shows Martinez how orders are booked in the computer. ELDORADO CASINO Home News Boss for a Day, Donna Neill, right, took notes as Eldorado Casino Chef Green explains to Kelly Sprague, left, how he revises his inventory sheets. HOME NEWS BOSS FOR A DAY Melody Moore, left, visited Old Vegas and was greeted by Corporal Snake Eyes (Terry Schoof), and Basic High Student Mike Beard, dressed in cavalry uniforms. VAN VALEYS HONORED James 0. and Marion Van Valey, owners of Van Valey's Discount Shoes, were honored as the "Outstanding Business persons of the Month" by the Chamber of Commerce and McDonald's Restaurant at the recent chamber luncheon. Fr. Cavsuv Caviglia, chamber president, left, presented the award to Mr. and Mrs. Van Valey. Seated is former Gov. Mike O'Callaghan. WELCOME TO THE CHAMBER Dick Owen, left, an insurance salesman and local resident, was welcomed by chamber president Caesar Caviglia as a new member of the Chamber of Commerce. **•* JERRY WEBSTER, city finance director, explains some of his duties to hU Boss for a Day student **** BLACKMOUNTAIN -^:A}^ PLUMBING ^'"", • SCWER & CWAIN LINiS CLEANED • ^ FAUCETS • GARB AGE OtSPOSAlS • / NEW fIXTUB M INSTAUB) J Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada II Thursday, February 15. 1979 February 5. Boy to Mr. and Mrs. Kell> L. Burton, Page, Ariiona. Februarys. Girl 10 Mr. and Mrs. Victor Marti nei, Las .Vegas. February 5. Girl to Mr. and Mrs. James McDonald, Las Vegas. February 6. Boy to Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Ward, Las Vegas. February 6. Girl to Mr. and Mrs. Russell Thompson, Henderson.February 7. Boy to Mr. and Mrs. John Wbeeletf, Henderson. February 10.-Girl 16 Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Garner, Boulder City. February 11. Boy to Mr. and Mrs. Garry Briggs. Las Vegas. February 11. Boy to Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Hougen. Henderson. February 11. Girl to Mr. and Mrs. Amado Castillo, Las Vegas. February 11. Boy to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peterson, Boulder City. February 11. Girl to Mr. and Mrs. Dale Roundy, Las Vegas. February 11. Boy to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Rivera, Las Vegas. Usrey Fanily Welcome BobyGiri Martin and Judy Uscey of Moapa became the parents of a baby girl on February 2. Little Rolsa Molline Usrey was borii at St. Rose de Lima Hos* pital and weighed in at i lbs. 14 ounces and was X^ inches long. The couple has a twd year old son, Roice Man tin, and he is thrilled tO have a baby sister, ac> cording to his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George F. Arnold, who reside just outside of the Henderson city limiU. II Leonard Osiecki Hnds Creative Way To KJH Time' By Mciry Stoffovu IMst people with a gun cabinet keep their special guns locked tightly inside but not so in the case ofLeonard Osiecki. His gun cabinet has been altered to keep a marvel^iis collection of fUrnilG^, accessories, toys, gakl^n furniture a lag{e variety of things alt'dbne in miniature by this multiuiented gent leman. Ntnd-OlflM HiflMlMrM > LEONAW) MIECKI "ThK Smill" "THINK SMALL" says Leonard Osiecki's calling tard. His weapons collection is housed in a fVamed case backed with v^'.-vt which hangs on the wail. These, too. are miniatures, all handcrafted by Osiecki. In another show cae, specially made to exhibit some of his pieces at the Las Vegas Doll Show last October, are more miniatures which include a complete shed for the numerous garden tools he. has handcrafted. "I added so many more items as I went along that I had to build a lean-to to the shed to hold them all," Osiecki chuckled. WEAPONS EXHIBIT Leonard Osiecki is shown with his handmade weapons exhibit. The rifle at the top of the case w,as the first miniature he made. Bullets for the rifte are beneath the gun, made of metal, and wood, and patterned after a rifle Osiecki owned. His garden tools, fashioned from metal and wood, are exact replicas of the real thing made to exact scale of 1' to 1", as are all his tools, kitchen utensils, etc. Shovels, rakes, a push broom with each bristle put in individually, a School Superintendent Addresses Rotary ,Dr. Qaude Perkins. Superintendent of the Qark County School District, told members of the Henderson Rotary Club at their Tuesday meeting that the Profess
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Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Thursday, Februarv 15.1979 HOME NEWS VISITS 'BOSS FOR A DAV STUDENTS BANK OF NEVADA Pat Hartley, standing, an employe of the bank's loan department, observes as thecomputer gives a credit check. Students watching the procedure are Diane Younghans and Danny Elmer.* LEVI STRAUSS Richard Martinez, right, visited at Levi Strauss during Boss for a Day and received a grand tour of the new distribution center. In the customer service department Jean Ward shows Martinez how orders are booked in the computer. ELDORADO CASINO Home News Boss for a Day, Donna Neill, right, took notes as Eldorado Casino Chef Green explains to Kelly Sprague, left, how he revises his inventory sheets. HOME NEWS BOSS FOR A DAY Melody Moore, left, visited Old Vegas and was greeted by Corporal Snake Eyes (Terry Schoof), and Basic High Student Mike Beard, dressed in cavalry uniforms. VAN VALEYS HONORED James 0. and Marion Van Valey, owners of Van Valey's Discount Shoes, were honored as the "Outstanding Business persons of the Month" by the Chamber of Commerce and McDonald's Restaurant at the recent chamber luncheon. Fr. Cavsuv Caviglia, chamber president, left, presented the award to Mr. and Mrs. Van Valey. Seated is former Gov. Mike O'Callaghan. WELCOME TO THE CHAMBER Dick Owen, left, an insurance salesman and local resident, was welcomed by chamber president Caesar Caviglia as a new member of the Chamber of Commerce. **•* JERRY WEBSTER, city finance director, explains some of his duties to hU Boss for a Day student **** BLACKMOUNTAIN -^:A}^ PLUMBING ^'"", • SCWER & CWAIN LINiS CLEANED • ^ FAUCETS • GARB AGE OtSPOSAlS • / NEW fIXTUB M INSTAUB) J Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada II Thursday, February 15. 1979 February 5. Boy to Mr. and Mrs. Kell> L. Burton, Page, Ariiona. Februarys. Girl 10 Mr. and Mrs. Victor Marti nei, Las .Vegas. February 5. Girl to Mr. and Mrs. James McDonald, Las Vegas. February 6. Boy to Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Ward, Las Vegas. February 6. Girl to Mr. and Mrs. Russell Thompson, Henderson.February 7. Boy to Mr. and Mrs. John Wbeeletf, Henderson. February 10.-Girl 16 Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Garner, Boulder City. February 11. Boy to Mr. and Mrs. Garry Briggs. Las Vegas. February 11. Boy to Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Hougen. Henderson. February 11. Girl to Mr. and Mrs. Amado Castillo, Las Vegas. February 11. Boy to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peterson, Boulder City. February 11. Girl to Mr. and Mrs. Dale Roundy, Las Vegas. February 11. Boy to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Rivera, Las Vegas. Usrey Fanily Welcome BobyGiri Martin and Judy Uscey of Moapa became the parents of a baby girl on February 2. Little Rolsa Molline Usrey was borii at St. Rose de Lima Hos* pital and weighed in at i lbs. 14 ounces and was X^ inches long. The couple has a twd year old son, Roice Man tin, and he is thrilled tO have a baby sister, ac> cording to his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George F. Arnold, who reside just outside of the Henderson city limiU. II Leonard Osiecki Hnds Creative Way To KJH Time' By Mciry Stoffovu IMst people with a gun cabinet keep their special guns locked tightly inside but not so in the case ofLeonard Osiecki. His gun cabinet has been altered to keep a marvel^iis collection of fUrnilG^, accessories, toys, gakl^n furniture a lag{e variety of things alt'dbne in miniature by this multiuiented gent leman. Ntnd-OlflM HiflMlMrM > LEONAW) MIECKI "ThK Smill" "THINK SMALL" says Leonard Osiecki's calling tard. His weapons collection is housed in a fVamed case backed with v^'.-vt which hangs on the wail. These, too. are miniatures, all handcrafted by Osiecki. In another show cae, specially made to exhibit some of his pieces at the Las Vegas Doll Show last October, are more miniatures which include a complete shed for the numerous garden tools he. has handcrafted. "I added so many more items as I went along that I had to build a lean-to to the shed to hold them all," Osiecki chuckled. WEAPONS EXHIBIT Leonard Osiecki is shown with his handmade weapons exhibit. The rifle at the top of the case w,as the first miniature he made. Bullets for the rifte are beneath the gun, made of metal, and wood, and patterned after a rifle Osiecki owned. His garden tools, fashioned from metal and wood, are exact replicas of the real thing made to exact scale of 1' to 1", as are all his tools, kitchen utensils, etc. Shovels, rakes, a push broom with each bristle put in individually, a School Superintendent Addresses Rotary ,Dr. Qaude Perkins. Superintendent of the Qark County School District, told members of the Henderson Rotary Club at their Tuesday meeting that the Profess
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Mi Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Guards Against bifedion 12 lursday, February 15,1979 Hospitars Laundry Always on the Alert "There's no jpot that doesn't get out!exclaimed Sister Ruth Steincr. facilities services manager of St. Rose de Lima Hospital. "I feel the laundry iti our hospital is the focal point as we must have everything leave the laundry clean and germ free...it is imperative to the health care of our patients." While most of us take laundry pretty much for granted, to the hospital it is a very important part of their operation in the way of infection control. Each day laundry is picked up from every floor where it is first placed in a clear "melt away" bag. and then into a red bag. When taken to the laundry room, the items are put into the machines in the melt away bag. beuig very careful by th^Tiandler that nothing js touched. And the special clothes worn by the handler are also put into the machine. "A lot of handwashing goes on." smiled Sister Ruth. "There are special techniques in handwashing. THATS A WASHING MACHINE Sister Ruth Steiner. left, facilities services manager of St. Rose de Lima Hospital, and Chiyoko Freeman, laundry supervisor, are pictured with the 250 lb. washing machine used in the laundry at the local hospital. "The hospital scene is totally new to me." Sr. Ruth continued, "but I And it challenging and interesting." Most of Sister's experience has been in the field of education as a teacher, a high school principal and as Director of Postulants • for six years. Before coming to St. Rose de Lima, in September 1978. she had been manager of the physical plant at the Dominican Sisters home base in Adrain, Michigan. "There I was in charge of the maintenance of NOT YOUR EVERYDAY \VASHING MACHINE Chiyoko Freeman is pictured with the control buttons of the hospital's 250 lb. washing machine. The large machine has four separate machines within it. v-^ JENNIE BABCOCK AND CLAUDIA MAGUIRE press the linens on one of the two mangles in the hospital's laundry. Traffic Board Nixes Ivy-Continental Stop A suggestion to put a stop sign on Ivy Street at Continental Street was discarded by the citizens' Traffic Advisory Board at its last meeting After discussion, it was decided that the correction would bt worse than the existing condition. A blue curb, requested by the Winner's Circle Casino, was rejected by the board since adequate blue zones in the immediate vicinity are already in existence. It was decided the blue zone might prove hazardous located near the driveway on a busy street. Other Items discussed included the street next to Redi-Mix off Sunset which is not a dedicated street. The suggestion of placing a "no left turn" sign was negated because of placing the city in a position of recognizing a non-dedicated street. The yellow light obstruction at the motel at Water Street and Highway 41 was discussed and it was decided there should not be a conflict in discerning yellow motel lights from caution signal of the trafTic signal. The meeting was conducted by Vice Chairman Gil Silva in the absence of Bill Close seven buildings with 12 men to do the work." Chiyoko Freeman is supervisor of the laundry and has worked at the hospital for 13 years, many of those as supervisor. "Chiyoko is responsible for the good moral we have." said Sister. "She is also responsible for making out requisitions for supplies and repairs." The laundry employs four full time employees and two part-time employees who do the washing, drying, pressing and mending of all linens. Just a tiny pin prick in a doctor's surgical wrap must be mended as it could be a source of infection so there are special double checks on wraps & other linens prior to being returned to surgical supply. Another responsibility of the laundry is to have an exchange supply for the ambulance as they bring patients into the hospital. "Some days it's bags and bags and bags," said Chiyoko, referring not only to ambulance deliveries but also to the patient load. When washing the laundry, the handler must OUT OF THE DRYER Feliz Sandoval is shown folding linens as they come out of the dryer. be gowned, masked, capped and gloved. A special detergent is used and items are washed two times, on a regular cycle and on a short cycle. There are two machines which handle all the laundry. One can hold a 250 lb. load and the other a /S lb. load. Cultures of the air in the laundry and of the linen after it has been processed are taken and sent to the hospital's lab for testing as another precaution against infection. "We do meet the standards...! know that," emphasized Sister Ruth. ^PAWS K CLAWS ^^ Complete Pet & Grooming Center 4542 E. TROPICANA AT MT. VISTA ^^ VISTA PLAZA ^^^ Paul 8t Sandee Samoska f — NOW OPEN — CATERING TO ALL YOUR PET NEEDS: • Selection of puppies, birds, fish, small animals and reptiles. • Grooming available by Appt • Come in St register for our GRAND OPENING DRAWING, MARCH 3RD of a Complete 20-Gallon Aquarium Set-Up Mott-Sot. 10 to 7 456-7892 I VISIT US AT OUR NEW LOCATION low. PACIFIC-HDN PH 565-7070 MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 9 am to 6 pm PRICES EFfECTIVE FB. 15J6J7,1979. WE FEATURE CUDAHY USDA CHOICE Y-2 BEEF 1 nS Notko U barobjr flvon ^at an tba Ittb day of Amvat im, Ooorfo Rodrlfuot of Ui Vagai SUU oi Narada mada application to tba SUta EnfiMar of Novada for par mliiloa ta ippropriaU IT Mcond hot of tba pablk waten of tba SUU of Navada. Dlvanlon li to bo mada from an undarfround loarco at a point locaUd witbin tba NEM SWVt. SacUon 33, T.23S., RSBB., M.D,B. M.. or at I point from wblcb tbo WH comar of lald Sactlon 32, boar* N. •0> OV W. a dIaUnco of lfra.00 fat Watar will ba UMd for Irrtptlon and domeitic purpoiai from January lit to Dacambar'SOtb of aacb year. Data of first publication Pobruary 15.19TB Diia of lait publication Marcb 15. 19T9 SIcned: William J. Nawman, P.E. Stata Enginoar _^sa H-Fab. la^ S2, Mar. 1,1.15, IITB H-Pab. 15. n. Mar. 1,1.16. IVTB NOTICE OF APPUCATION FOR PERMISSION TO APPROPRIATE THE PUBUC WATERS OF THE STATE OP NEVADA FEBRUARY 5.197 Application No. 33S0S Notice li baroby (Ivan tbat on tbe Mb day of September 19T7. Steve Holnar, Sr o( Las Vegas State of Nevada made application to Ibc Stata Eaginaor of Nevada for pormlsaion to appropriate 2 7 second feet of tbe public waters of tbe State of Nevada. Diversion Is to be made from an underground source at a point located wlUIn tbe SEt4 SWV<, SecUon 22. r22S R ME, M.D.B. M., or at a point from which tbe SE comer of said Section 22 bears S tr 35' 03" E.. a disUnce of 303(.aa feet Water will be used for irrigation and domestic purposes frwm January 1st to December 31st of eacb year. Date of first publication February I.1BTB Data of last publication Marcb (, 19TB Signed William J. Newman Stata Engineer H-Pab 8, IS. 22. Mar. 1.8,19TB NOTICE OF APPUCATION FOR PERMISSION TO APPROPRIATE THE PUBUC WATERS OF THE STATE OF NEVADA FEBRUARY 9.197B Application No 33T82 Notice is hereby given that on the 23rd day of September 19T7, Stephen J. Konys of Las Vegas State of Nevads made application to tbe Stale Engineer of Nevada for permission to appropriate 2.7 second feel of the public waters of the Slate of Nevada. Diversion is to be made ttom an undarground source at a point located within the SEU SEV4. Section 10, T.14S R65E., M D B. A M or at a point from which the SE corner of said Section 10, bears S. 45* 20' 00" E a distance of ISO feet Water will be used for irrigation and domestic purposes from January 1st to Docomber 31st of each year. Date of first publication February IS, 19TB Date of last publication Marcb IS 19T9 Signed William J Newman, PE State Engineer H Fob IS. 22. Mar. 1.8.15, 19T9 NOTICE OF BOND SALE S1.SI0.0Q0 CITY OF HENDERSON, NEVADA GENERAL OBUGAIION WATER BONDS SERIES APRIL 1. 1979 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City Council of tbe City of Henderson (tbe "Governing Body" ind tbe "City", reipcctlvely) on Thursday, tbe IStb day of Marcb, 19T9, at the hour of 11 00 o'clock am. Pacific Standard time, in tbe Council Chambers, City Hall, 243 WaWr Street. Henderson, Nevada, shall cause sealed bids to be received and to be opened publicly for tba purckaaa of tba City's negotiable, coupon, general obligation bonds dailgnatad as tba City of Henderson, Nevada. General Obligation Water Bonds. Series April 1,19TB(tbe "1979 Bonds" or the "bonds'). in the principal amount of SIMO/IOO. Bids must be delivered (no bids will be received by mail) to tba City CouacU at lacb place bv such linr c^ Ms Dorothy A. VawloabrtiU, Oty Clark, en such date of sale. J% boada wUI ba datad aa af April 1, tBTB, payable to bearar. In the 4aaMlaaMaa of |Bj809aeh aad •• • bared eoaaacatlvaly In ragalar namirlral • r lai t n n 1 tb r ai^ 994 aadartll matara iiilill) im tba flrrt tfn nf April in aacb of tba deslgnaiad amouola of principal and designated years aa Mlaa: Aaaovata Yaara AaMunta Yeara Mat^riM Matsriag Mataring Maturing ssjrn 19B0 8T>,000 1181 10,998 1991 88,000 19BI 1S480 vm 88,000 1983 BOjOOO 18B1 80.000 IIM nm I9M 88.000 1998 48,000 I9B8 100.000 1988 90,000 1998 108,000 19r S8JXI0 19BT 110,080 1998 ,000 1888 IISLOOO 1188 88,000 1988 110.980 2900 TOM) 1880 mm 2001 Tbe bonds maturing on or before April 1. 1998, shall not be subject to redemption prior to tbeir respective maturities Tbe bonds maturing on and after April 1,1100, shall be subject to redemption prior to tbeir respective maturities, in whole, or In part in inverse numerical order, at tba option of the City, on October 1. 1189, or on any interest payment date thereafter, at a price e^jual te tba principal amount of eacb bond so redeamad, accrued interest thereon to tbe redemption date, and a premium consisting of one-quarter of one percent rSi%)of tbe principal amount of each bond so radaemed foreachyaarorfraction thereof from the rodemnuon date to tbe date of maturity t>ut not to eiceed a loUl premium of 2tM. Interest coupons shall be payable on April I, 1080, and semiannually thereafter on April 1 and Octobar 1 In each year. Tbe bonds shall bear interest at a rate or rates of not ascaading 9% par annum. Tba maximum Interest spread permitted for the Isaaa is 2% par annum. Tba maximum number of Interest rates for the Issue is 5 Each interest rate evidenced by any coupon shall be stated ins multipleof ^or V20of l%per annum One interest rate only shsll be ststed for sny maturity Interest shall be evidenced until maturity by only one set of coupons payable to bearer. It is permissible to bid different or split interest rates for tbe bonds, subject te the abova-iUtad llmitataaas If any bond is not paid upon presentation at Its maturity, iateraal thmon shall continue at tbe rate of 9% per annum until the principal thereof Is paid In lyill Tba priaeipal o( any prior redemption premium due in connection with, snd the Interest on any bond (tbe "Bond Requirements") shall ba payable, without any privileges of registration for payment, at the office of the Director of Ptoaoce and City Auditor of tbe City of Henderson in Henderson, Nevada. Tba bonds shall be direct general obligaUons of the City payable as to all Bond Requirements tnrt general (ad valorem) Uses levied against all Usable property In the City, subject to tbe limltetioa imposed by tbe State Constitution, except to tbe extent other revenues are available tberefcr. Any bidder ii required to submit an unconditional, written and aaalad bid for all the bonds, specifying tbe lowest rate or rates of interest and premium, if any, at or above par at which such bidder will purchase the bonds Each bid (except any bid of the Sute of Nevada or any board or department thereof, Ifone is recived) shall be accompanied by a deposit of SI least 930,000, eiUter cash, or a cashier's or treasurer's check of, or certified cbeck drawn on, a solvent commercisi bank or trust company in the USA, payable to tbe City of Henderson, which deposit will be promptly returned if the bid Is not accepted. Tba Govareiag Body reserves the privilege of waiving any irragularity or Informality In any bid, or rejecting any or all bids, and of raafhriag the bonds ofule The bonds, sabject te such reservations, will be sold by the Governing Body to tbe reaponsible bidder making tbe beat bid fer them None of the bonds will ba sold at less than tbe principal amount thereof and accrued Interest tharaon. nor will any discount or commission ba allowad or paid en their sale. Tha aaecaaafW bidder or biddars will be required to make payment fer snd to aceaptdallTaiy af tha boada in a bank or trust company in Henderson Nevada, or, at tfea lac e aaa f til bidder's request and expense, at some other bank or tnut eoaipaay la tha USA T^ OfHcial Nattea af Bead Sale, of which this publicaUon U a condensation, aa oflkial aUtemant or affcriag brochure, and financial and other information eaacaralag tha Ctty af Raadaraea and tha beads may be obUlnad from Bartavt. SaUth aad Coapaay of Nevada 1008 Eaams Bailding. 'Salt UkiCity. UtahBUbl.phona: (801)28B4T00,fromBurrowt.Smith and CoMHiV t Navada, Eicatlea Caatar Waal, 1488 Eait Trepicana Avaaaa, Laa Vafai, Nevada 88101, pkaaai OWTSMBBl. aad turn RobartCampball. CIQr Maa^ar, B42 Watar Strati. Baadaraaa. Navada 89011. phaoa: (TIB) iSBSBBl Tha legality of tha bond laaaa will ba approved by Meaars Dawson. N^al, Bharmaa k Havard. AtlorBayi at Law. 2800 First af Daavar Plaaa. Oaaear, Oalarada 80281, phaaa (103) 88B-1800. whoae anqaalUlad. flaal apyraal^ aptaiaa, taathar with tha priatad baada (iaeladlai tach a^alon priatad Iharaaa) aad a cartMM traaacripl af tha legal pracaadlata. will ba Buaiabad ifea parchaaar tharaafwithaal charge. DATED al • aadanaa, Naaada, thla Ulh day af Fabraaiy. ISTB. PUBUSBBO IN TB lENDCRSON MOKE NEWS FEBRUARY 111S1B; FabrMTT Sad. March IK aad March 8Uk I81B (SEAL) (s) Urta L WUUaaa, Mayar Ciljr af BaadaraM, Natada (s) Darathy A VaapabrUik CHyOart l-Fah. lS,a,MMiit.SilS1B L In 1836 thtrt WM a wrplui in tht Unittil StttH Tnawry of ovar 128 millionl LEGAL NOTKE IN THE EIGHTH JUDIOAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CLARK CASE NO. D8048 Filed Feb. T, 12:11pm. ISTBUretta Bowman. Clark By Marsha Padilla In the Matter of tha Parentel RIgbU as to JEWEL DORA WILUAMSON, A Minor NOTICE TO: LARRY WAYNE WILLIAM SON, the nstural father of the above named person YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that there has been filed in the above entitled Court a Petition praying for tbe termination of your parental rigbti over the above named minor person and thst the Petition hsj been set for hearing before this Court at tbe Courtroom thereof on tbe 23rd day of March. 1979 at 9:00 o'clock AM, at wblcb lime and place you are required to be present if you desire to oppose the Petition DATED this7 day of February, 1970 LORETTA BOWMAN. Clark By Marsha Padilla, Deputy Clerk (District Court Seal) Submitted by: CALUSTER ft REYNOLDS Attorneys ffr Petitioner 823 Las Ve^as Blvd South Us Vegat, Nevada 80101 H Feb. 15, 22. Mar. 1.9, IS, 1979 ^00*13 Thursday, February 15,1979 Admiration hat bttn eilltil tht cfttm of human kindntM. U6AL NOng LEGAL NOTICE 1974 Ford to ba sold to highest bidder when title Is obtained by mechanic's lien. Serial No 4R02Y2S2S26. License No UlOeS. Oklahoma plates Re gistered owner Will Pippin, 1030 West 8th St., Omulgee, Oklahoma. Legal owner: Same. Notice Is hereby given thai I, SNAP TOW, will sell above mentioned property on Friday, March 2. I9TS, at 10 am al SNAP TOW. 1239 N. Boulder Hwy, Henderson. Nevada. We reserve the right to bid. H Feb IS, 22, Mar. 1,19T9 NOTICt KILA FM 95 S MHZ, Henderson, Nevada: ownership Faith Communication] Corporation, has filed application for transfer of control November I, 1078, to new biiard of trustees, same corporstion Proposed trustees are Jack G. French, Ann M. French, Alice B. Andrews, James S Goldring, Peg (toldring, Gilbert Wilde. Martin Badura, Jack Janne, Earl White and Paul Mesde A copy of the application ii avalla. ble for public inspectioti al the cor porate offices, 2201 South 8th Street, Las Vegas, Nevada. H Feb 8,13. IS. 1979 GIBSON Cont from pigB 1 In the Eighth Judicial District Court of the Stale of Nevada. In and For the County of Clark No. D8B04 TON NUCHKASEM, Plaintiff VS. VANDEE NUCHKASEM. Defendant. SUMMONS THE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE-NAMED DEFENDANT: You are hereby summoned and required to serve upon EDWARD WEINSTEIN, CHARTERED, plsintiffs attorney, whose address Is 230S Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, Nevada, 88104, an answer to the Complaint which is herewith served upon you, within 20 days after service of this Summons upon you, exclusive of the day of service If you rail to do so. judgment by default will be taken against you for tbe relief demanded in the Complaint. This action is brought to recover a judgment dissolving the bonds of matrimony presently existing between you and the Plaintiff. LORETTA BOWMAN. Clerk of Court By AANETTE SANDERS. Deputy aerk DATE: Febraaiy 1.179 (SEAL) H-Feb. 8.15.22, Mar. 1.8.1979. In the Eighth Judicial District Court of the Stale of Nevada, In and For the County of Clark No DOaSl FRED CHANG NG, Plaintiff VS. DORIS TU NG. Defendant. SUMMONS THE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE-NAMED DEFENDANT: You are hereby summoned and required to serve upon EDWARD WEINSTEIN, CHARTERED, plaintiffs sitomey. whose sddress is 2305 Las Vegas Blvd S Las Vegas, Nevada, 88104, an answer lo the Complaint which is herewith served upon you, within 20 dsys after service of this Summons upon you, exclusive of the day of service. If you fall to do so, judgmenl by default will be token against you for the relief demsnded in the Complaint. This action Is brought to recover a judgment dissolving the bonds-of matrimony presently existing batween you snd the Plaintiff. LORETTA BOWMAN, Clerk of Court By MARSHA PADILLA. Deputy Clerk (SEAL) DATE: January 22. 1979 H Feb 8. IS, 22. Mar. 1.9.19T9 In the Eighth Judicial District Court of the Stale of Nevada. In and For tha County of Clark No. 08982 GLEN DUANE McSTAY Plaintiff VS. BERTHA LYDIA McSTAY. Defendant SUMMONS THE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVENAMED DEFENDA.vr You are hereby summoned and required to serve upon MURIEL D. GUND, plaintiff's attorney, whoea addraas Is 30} E Carson, Suite 1102, Las Vegas. Navada an answer to tha Complaint which is herewith served upon you. within 20 dayi after sandee of this Summons upon yaa, exclusive of the day of servica. If you fail to do so, judgment by dahult will be iakea against yoa fer tha raliar demanded In the Oaaplaiat Thia la an actioa to dlaaolva tha baada af • aMaaajrharatefert aad at* aattliag batwata yaa aad tha PlalaUfr. LORCTTA lOWMAN, Clark af 'Caait By JIANITTB SANDERS. Davviy Citrfc (SRAU DATK Ftbraaty 2. MIB l-FibilS^SEHar. i,&IS^IS1B In the Eighth Judicial District Court of the State of Nevada In and For the County of Clark FILED FEB 12 10:05 AM '79 LORETTA BOWMAN, CLERK BY MARSHA PADILLA No P10B41 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF VONNIE LEE RECTOR. Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS (60 Days Notice) Notice Is hereby given thai the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified by the above entitled Court on the tth day of February, 1979, as Administrator of the estate of VONNIE LEE RE CTOR deceased. All creditors having claims against said estate are required lo file the same with the proper vou chers sttached, with the Clerk of the Court within 00 days after the first publication of this notice Dated February 12, AD. 1978. (s) Steven E Murphy 2 I2-T9 STEVEN E MURPHY (!) Phil S Aurbach Attorney for the Estete H-Feb IS, 22. Mar I, 1979 CIWN -mVlKO -TO EMP A pjU> HABiT... >Motil6 NAtL^iriH6 oe overe-tATiNft... f^-CMOLOSiSrS SutCf ST VOU ^uMririfte ^i^e OTMEP AtriVlTV, S\l(.i^ *S PCiNllM(i A MOr C^V Of TfA WHNEVtl?'*3li FidP youRstLF ASogr TO u6aT ur o% BITE,' LEGAL NOTKE ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Sealed bids, subject to the conditions contained In the Contract Documents will be received at the office of the Henderson City Clerk, 243 Water St., Henderson, Nov., 880ISuptothe hour of 2:00 p.m. on the date stipulate^elow for openingof bids Name and address of the Bidder with Bid Title and Contract Number must appear on the outside of the sealed envelope Bids will be opened by theCity Clerk at a Public Opening at the following time, place and date: ANNUAL MATERIALS CONTRACT, 2 00 P M 22 February, 1979 Conference Room, Henderson City Hall, 243 Water St Jlenderson. NV 80015 The msterial will be delivered to the Henderson City Yards. 40S Van Wagenen Street, Henderson, Nevada. Bids must be submitted on the forms furnished by the City and accompanied by a certified check or acceptable collateral in the amount of five percent (5*) of the total amount of the bid. made payable to the City of Henderson A bid bond in lieu of the certified check will be accepUble. The successful bidder will be required to furnish al his own expense, a Faithful Performance Bond in the amount of not less than one hundred percent (100%) of the contracted price Failh(\il Performance Bond shall be retained for the duration of the contract. Bid forms and Contract Documents may be obtained al the Public Work.s Department, City Hall, Henderson. Nevada Specifications may be purchased for the price of Five Dollars ISSOO) with NO REFUND. Copies ofthe Specifications are available for inspection at the Public Works Department The City reserves the right to reject sny and or all bids. The lowest responsive and responsible bidder will be judged on the basis of price, performance lo specifications, bidders' qualifications, and tbe best interest ofthe public, eacb of such factors being considered. (s) Dorothy A. Vondenbrink DOROTHY A VONDENBRINK. CMC CITY CLERK H • Feb 8.15, 1979 the number of states calling for a convention approached the magic number which is 34 at the present time. Twentysix states have already passed the resolution and it is pending in more than enough ^tates to go over the top. You are beginning to see congress squirm and as they get more restless the pressure /mounts. I predict we will see them start the appropriate constitutional amendment on its way. When that happens we will have accomplished our goal. Senate bill 121, which changes the Henderson city primary election day to the same day it is held in the other cities in Clark County, passed the senate last week. It was reported out of the elections committee in the Assembly Mon. and should be law soon. We understand this will save Henderson several thousand dollars in the cost of holding the primary.election. Assembly Bill 166, which would make a change in the provisions of the public trust act applying to Henderson's dog track, passed the assembly on Feb. 2. The bill was reported out of the Senate government affairs committee Mon, and will probably pass the senate on Thurs. We understand its passage will allow the developers of Henderson Downs to proceed with the financingof the track. So it appears the project may finally move forward. The work of the legislature is proceeding smoothly. The taxpayers measures are developing and the budget review is progressing on schedule. It does appear that the conservative fiscal policies advocated by the voters in approving propostion 6 is being felt in the legislature. AGENDA POSTED: rEBRUARY ll*, 19'9 PUBLI3HE: HSiDEasos HO'c :nvs FEaRUAify 15, i?"? TUESDAY, FSBHUAPY 20 :?T9 HETOEPSON CITY COUNCIL RE^'JLAB XEETI3C rli3 'ATEP STPXET :i. rcNFisiiATic;! OF POST::JJ CALL TO 5PDO. PLiDOi •)? ALLSCIAIICZ A3D laVCCATICN •"JBLIC L-JEARNO: VACATICTI OF A PCPTIOH OF ICSE? STPEI :IRUY:IE AC.nTTA.1CZ OF A^BRA rOtlSCT AICIEA: 1. 3E HELD AT TE FITJDG FCP -yZ 3CYS :F 3O:ID FOR DAf 7. In the Eighth Judicial District Court of the Stale of Nevada In and For tbe County of Clark FILED FEB 23 2 24 AM '79 LORETTA BOWMAN, CLERK BY SHARON ANDERSON No PI0a49 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF DOROTHY V. DALTON. Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS (90 Days Notice) Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualfled by the above entitled Court on the th day of Frl)niary, 1979, as Executor of the eilate of DOROTHY V DALTON decessed All creditors hsving claims against said estete sre required to file the same with the proper vouchers attached, with the Clerk of the Court within 60 days after the first publication of this notice Dated February 9. AD. 1979 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF NEVADA Is) Hugh Ferree HUGH FERREE. Senior Trust Officer BELL, LEAVITT GREEN By Phil S. Aurbach Attorneys for the EsUte H Feb. IS, 22, Mar 1, 1979 IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATB Or NEVADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CLARK No 08727 JOSEPH JOHN LUCERO, Plaintiff vs. AURORA ROSALES LUCERO. Defendant SUMMONS THE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE • NAMED DEFENDANT Vou are hereby summoned and required lo serve upon STANLEY W PIERCE plalntifTs attorney, whose address is 300 Fremont Street Las Vegas, Nevada MIOl an answer to tbe Complaint which is herewith served upon you, within 20 days after service of this Sumrains upon you. exclusive of the day of service If you fail to do so. Judgment by default drill be taken against you for tbe relief demanded in the Complaint This is an action to dissolve the^ bonds of matrimony existing between Plaintiff and Defendant Loretta Bowman, Clerk of Court By Marsha Padilla Deputy Clerk (District Court Seal) DATE January 24th, 1979 H Feb. 19.22. Mar. 1.8.19.1979 A?0PT:C rCE OF ETHICS '..'A??A;fT • tEOISTSR 'Aw-tlrn renulred APFP'VAl) SFEciAi r^Trrs I:5UOR -ESMIT -inDEFJ:" so'iS avs DA:IC: riATionAL 7:A?D A.'XPY •!A?'H r. I'^TT T ?A:OI • .. • Risnrnv TEAM >CT:::I ?E.-,tr?i:r A?P5:VAL) .ypJc'/AL CF :tr/AOA 3AVI:::;3 A;ID LOA.-: itr wsvc.'rr. ::: '.IE'J 3U3Dr,'!SI0S .'ctlon required .;???:VA1) ASCHITECTJRAL REV"?,,' LATID SALES OrFIOE .i? OHEETI '/.AILEY ?A?'C.'AY A;:0 SUNSET ?CAD :-yic oosAio t ASSOCIATES FEALTY, I:IC,, 'ErrH-rvsE 2cou, -^5 FO?T ST?EET, HONOL'JLU, HA'^AII ah?;} ;ACTIO:i "ESUIP.ED APPROVAL) AP.CHITSCTVRAL Sr-'IE-J EXP-^IISIM OF THE '. • EEKZHrER SCAT SHOP, ht^ S. BO'JLDEP KI3HWAY 3ATHA:; STOUT, III CEOA.", HE!!l;E3S0:i. (ACTION APPROVAL"; ABCHITECTURAL ?EVir'l SIG3 FOR 'KEKDERSOS REALTY AT 18 '^ATER STREET --DL'A3E LA'BAC'ri. (ACTION REWIREE APPROVAL) ABCHITSCTURAL REVOW HISTORIC BUILDISC TO 3E USED AS Ki EXHIBIT AT THE SriTHEP.T KEVACA MUSMI OH B0L13ER HI3H''AY "SS BAC^'AV fAP.'^OVAL) ririAt ::AP APJIOVHEA:; ESTATES corisisTisa CFI3C LOTS "I; ;: ACRES TZ? D 4 S .'RCPZFTY iT.'ssTyEr: COMPA-TY, iccATtr AT rf^.^.rrcs .ANE APPO'.<'HiAr, OF" 3:%rER HioffVAY lELTA vxv:xtzr::.~j, -60: v. SAHA-^A A'/E. L.T. r.T HT/ii" OA-^iOaE AP'S :::;3i3:i:;5 it -.i •.T.TTS :;.' 1." ACRES ircArE: AT ?Aic ".'EPO; A;;O OH;:':Z STR^TTS sr.'::;; rcjrsTP'.'OTi::; cor?A:.'Y, 6;o s. :iTH 3T?in, .-0? "A-CH 5. :? • aoioi ACT: CM SL=TR TO ?'JEL:C KIA.-:^'3 SET'a\. • /I. XirniSHED 3USI:E3; ;. ci?iCTi::i--:i "Txt DC'/.-rc'" .'Arxns rROsini' ;. SELECTio:; CF PRIORITY PRCTCTS ".;u HIOHVAY OYSTE' rcrx:*;* DIRECTICM HECAPDIN'; LABD SALE ?ECITST SECTICT ?3, T:23. • JJE. A.'PRovAL OF :sc?EA£E IM lA-'jAOE DisposAi, :::r?ACT ?E;'JE3TI2 3V 3:.AC;< !icu:rAi:i DISPOSAL COMPA-VY. 25i PER MCNTH FOR a£3IDE:;T:AL, o."/^ FOR .^IL CTSSR .iCCC'JtITS. RE-EST.iV3LISHi:i(; FREF-MY i:r:SHraA,1CE FOR siasET ROA: LAND EXCHASOi CITY CF HSIDERS'n A:;D CJAFK COirJT^ SCHOOL DISTRICT CO .^C-" AT .KCRIZOX A.1D CPEE:r.VAY FOR :0 ACRES IS !?.£ :IE-1'CF 3ECTIC3 Jtt A.*3 :c .ACREC :M £Ecric:: v., :22s, ?fi^z. _^-^ ,, 3r-L :". L^c ".JCi ;RDn;A;jcE TO A.-'SM: SECTICMS I?,C4.:-O .VAT!?, ."ai'; rriEtisici FEE' .'vT :a.o3.3i.o ;sr.v"ER ^u^ Errricic;: FEE; • i TTZ :;rr;E?5c:: • •''. • niCIPAL COtit A:C PROVIDIHO CTHE? VAITEPS rELATri o:!?!?:." V t.n:iAL ACTic;:^ mtSO OF 3IT T-l 'tVECCCLITE A'lD HA-J A'jTOVATIC.LT.'iL. 3. •T^i 3usi:;sss; 1. PLA-MIIinO cc >J1SSICN -KOKZiZ f.) C-}-"^) :DIIE CHA;:GE s: 2/7/'9 ^ITHEAST ccsrn? z^ HCF:3C:; DRIVT ;.::D FACI-IC AVE;XX FRO/ R-? (RURAZ, HESICEMCEl TO C-l 'Li:: CCeiRCIAL). DES'.T.E CORPORATIQII, i'OlS ;TED CP :I:IOHBO?JIOOD 3. SFaCtl. L.V. PUBUC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tbat the Henderson City Council will bold a Public Hearing to consider the application of Bivins Construction Co, Inc 20 S. 11th Street. Us Vegas, Nevada, for a PLANNED UNIT RESIDEN 'HAL DEVELOPMENT lo be known as OAK RIDGE, consisting of 49 uniU on approximately 283 acres which is loned R'4 (Apartment Residence Disthct). The general location of this parcel of land is at tbe confluence of Palo Verde, Drake and Major Avenues. VII. ":) ':-;-79) lOtli CHAJTGE PCHTIOM CF ScCTICH 5 AT TT-iE SOirT-fEST CO-.:!ES CF SUCISET A;.I srasET ROAD, EFCII Z-Z ( OESESAI CC;.?WO!AL) ?O ?— :APAj"r!E'r: ?ESI:E:;CE OIS:?ICT!. "A-'-APIC, :XC., 1*2:0 3. "Ap'rcAiiD pr/i. SUITS 3-. L.'/. :) T2ITATI'/E MAP WODRIDCE ESTATE? LCCATED OFF .'AL.0 '."ERDE .ACID HC'.IDES RICrTiJA'/ COMSISTINO 0? 65 LOTS ON lU ACRES REQUEST F?OM G. C. 'VALUCE iXOrilESE, 1100 E, SAHA.'A A'/E. L,V. ?J1C1. .,1; yirxs si3Division 10 irs cs ; .ACRE: rj Stcricn 2: :r7 ?~TO A;;: ;'JA?TEP" • EORSE ROADS '.-AYriE SILLITOE. :. .-J'PROVAL CF oyyiCIAL 303D SALE STATErSTr: $: Boncs, 3. COMSIDERATICM OF PROPOSED LE^ISIATI'3 AfTECTinO Firi A:.T 'AC'S rCItriMC fc. APPOrrrSIT TO KE-fDE-OSCH PUBLIC ICrRCVEMni TR'JST 3SW ausriEss (conr'D) 5. RESciunoa Dis?Etsi::o /ITH PROTESTS A.D, '5;. 6. 3:ii 30. \arolhy A. Voadaabriak DOaoraY A. VONDENBRINK. CMC. CITY CURE R-Tah. 18. a, 187B NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 20.17 -^ 3 00 P M HENDERSON CTTY COUNCIL SPECIAL BUDGET STUDY SESSION CONFERENCE ROOM 243 WATER STREET THE CITY COUNCIL WILL MEET WnM THE ADMINISTRATION TO REVIEW THE ir) BUDGET. H-Feb 15. ISTf V

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Mi Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Guards Against bifedion 12 lursday, February 15,1979 Hospitars Laundry Always on the Alert "There's no jpot that doesn't get out!exclaimed Sister Ruth Steincr. facilities services manager of St. Rose de Lima Hospital. "I feel the laundry iti our hospital is the focal point as we must have everything leave the laundry clean and germ free...it is imperative to the health care of our patients." While most of us take laundry pretty much for granted, to the hospital it is a very important part of their operation in the way of infection control. Each day laundry is picked up from every floor where it is first placed in a clear "melt away" bag. and then into a red bag. When taken to the laundry room, the items are put into the machines in the melt away bag. beuig very careful by th^Tiandler that nothing js touched. And the special clothes worn by the handler are also put into the machine. "A lot of handwashing goes on." smiled Sister Ruth. "There are special techniques in handwashing. THATS A WASHING MACHINE Sister Ruth Steiner. left, facilities services manager of St. Rose de Lima Hospital, and Chiyoko Freeman, laundry supervisor, are pictured with the 250 lb. washing machine used in the laundry at the local hospital. "The hospital scene is totally new to me." Sr. Ruth continued, "but I And it challenging and interesting." Most of Sister's experience has been in the field of education as a teacher, a high school principal and as Director of Postulants • for six years. Before coming to St. Rose de Lima, in September 1978. she had been manager of the physical plant at the Dominican Sisters home base in Adrain, Michigan. "There I was in charge of the maintenance of NOT YOUR EVERYDAY \VASHING MACHINE Chiyoko Freeman is pictured with the control buttons of the hospital's 250 lb. washing machine. The large machine has four separate machines within it. v-^ JENNIE BABCOCK AND CLAUDIA MAGUIRE press the linens on one of the two mangles in the hospital's laundry. Traffic Board Nixes Ivy-Continental Stop A suggestion to put a stop sign on Ivy Street at Continental Street was discarded by the citizens' Traffic Advisory Board at its last meeting After discussion, it was decided that the correction would bt worse than the existing condition. A blue curb, requested by the Winner's Circle Casino, was rejected by the board since adequate blue zones in the immediate vicinity are already in existence. It was decided the blue zone might prove hazardous located near the driveway on a busy street. Other Items discussed included the street next to Redi-Mix off Sunset which is not a dedicated street. The suggestion of placing a "no left turn" sign was negated because of placing the city in a position of recognizing a non-dedicated street. The yellow light obstruction at the motel at Water Street and Highway 41 was discussed and it was decided there should not be a conflict in discerning yellow motel lights from caution signal of the trafTic signal. The meeting was conducted by Vice Chairman Gil Silva in the absence of Bill Close seven buildings with 12 men to do the work." Chiyoko Freeman is supervisor of the laundry and has worked at the hospital for 13 years, many of those as supervisor. "Chiyoko is responsible for the good moral we have." said Sister. "She is also responsible for making out requisitions for supplies and repairs." The laundry employs four full time employees and two part-time employees who do the washing, drying, pressing and mending of all linens. Just a tiny pin prick in a doctor's surgical wrap must be mended as it could be a source of infection so there are special double checks on wraps & other linens prior to being returned to surgical supply. Another responsibility of the laundry is to have an exchange supply for the ambulance as they bring patients into the hospital. "Some days it's bags and bags and bags," said Chiyoko, referring not only to ambulance deliveries but also to the patient load. When washing the laundry, the handler must OUT OF THE DRYER Feliz Sandoval is shown folding linens as they come out of the dryer. be gowned, masked, capped and gloved. A special detergent is used and items are washed two times, on a regular cycle and on a short cycle. There are two machines which handle all the laundry. One can hold a 250 lb. load and the other a /S lb. load. Cultures of the air in the laundry and of the linen after it has been processed are taken and sent to the hospital's lab for testing as another precaution against infection. "We do meet the standards...! know that," emphasized Sister Ruth. ^PAWS K CLAWS ^^ Complete Pet & Grooming Center 4542 E. TROPICANA AT MT. VISTA ^^ VISTA PLAZA ^^^ Paul 8t Sandee Samoska f — NOW OPEN — CATERING TO ALL YOUR PET NEEDS: • Selection of puppies, birds, fish, small animals and reptiles. • Grooming available by Appt • Come in St register for our GRAND OPENING DRAWING, MARCH 3RD of a Complete 20-Gallon Aquarium Set-Up Mott-Sot. 10 to 7 456-7892 I VISIT US AT OUR NEW LOCATION low. PACIFIC-HDN PH 565-7070 MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 9 am to 6 pm PRICES EFfECTIVE FB. 15J6J7,1979. WE FEATURE CUDAHY USDA CHOICE Y-2 BEEF 1 nS Notko U barobjr flvon ^at an tba Ittb day of Amvat im, Ooorfo Rodrlfuot of Ui Vagai SUU oi Narada mada application to tba SUta EnfiMar of Novada for par mliiloa ta ippropriaU IT Mcond hot of tba pablk waten of tba SUU of Navada. Dlvanlon li to bo mada from an undarfround loarco at a point locaUd witbin tba NEM SWVt. SacUon 33, T.23S., RSBB., M.D,B. M.. or at I point from wblcb tbo WH comar of lald Sactlon 32, boar* N. •0> OV W. a dIaUnco of lfra.00 fat Watar will ba UMd for Irrtptlon and domeitic purpoiai from January lit to Dacambar'SOtb of aacb year. Data of first publication Pobruary 15.19TB Diia of lait publication Marcb 15. 19T9 SIcned: William J. Nawman, P.E. Stata Enginoar _^sa H-Fab. la^ S2, Mar. 1,1.15, IITB H-Pab. 15. n. Mar. 1,1.16. IVTB NOTICE OF APPUCATION FOR PERMISSION TO APPROPRIATE THE PUBUC WATERS OF THE STATE OP NEVADA FEBRUARY 5.197 Application No. 33S0S Notice li baroby (Ivan tbat on tbe Mb day of September 19T7. Steve Holnar, Sr o( Las Vegas State of Nevada made application to Ibc Stata Eaginaor of Nevada for pormlsaion to appropriate 2 7 second feet of tbe public waters of tbe State of Nevada. Diversion Is to be made from an underground source at a point located wlUIn tbe SEt4 SWV<, SecUon 22. r22S R ME, M.D.B. M., or at a point from which tbe SE comer of said Section 22 bears S tr 35' 03" E.. a disUnce of 303(.aa feet Water will be used for irrigation and domestic purposes frwm January 1st to December 31st of eacb year. Date of first publication February I.1BTB Data of last publication Marcb (, 19TB Signed William J. Newman Stata Engineer H-Pab 8, IS. 22. Mar. 1.8,19TB NOTICE OF APPUCATION FOR PERMISSION TO APPROPRIATE THE PUBUC WATERS OF THE STATE OF NEVADA FEBRUARY 9.197B Application No 33T82 Notice is hereby given that on the 23rd day of September 19T7, Stephen J. Konys of Las Vegas State of Nevads made application to tbe Stale Engineer of Nevada for permission to appropriate 2.7 second feel of the public waters of the Slate of Nevada. Diversion is to be made ttom an undarground source at a point located within the SEU SEV4. Section 10, T.14S R65E., M D B. A M or at a point from which the SE corner of said Section 10, bears S. 45* 20' 00" E a distance of ISO feet Water will be used for irrigation and domestic purposes from January 1st to Docomber 31st of each year. Date of first publication February IS, 19TB Date of last publication Marcb IS 19T9 Signed William J Newman, PE State Engineer H Fob IS. 22. Mar. 1.8.15, 19T9 NOTICE OF BOND SALE S1.SI0.0Q0 CITY OF HENDERSON, NEVADA GENERAL OBUGAIION WATER BONDS SERIES APRIL 1. 1979 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City Council of tbe City of Henderson (tbe "Governing Body" ind tbe "City", reipcctlvely) on Thursday, tbe IStb day of Marcb, 19T9, at the hour of 11 00 o'clock am. Pacific Standard time, in tbe Council Chambers, City Hall, 243 WaWr Street. Henderson, Nevada, shall cause sealed bids to be received and to be opened publicly for tba purckaaa of tba City's negotiable, coupon, general obligation bonds dailgnatad as tba City of Henderson, Nevada. General Obligation Water Bonds. Series April 1,19TB(tbe "1979 Bonds" or the "bonds'). in the principal amount of SIMO/IOO. Bids must be delivered (no bids will be received by mail) to tba City CouacU at lacb place bv such linr c^ Ms Dorothy A. VawloabrtiU, Oty Clark, en such date of sale. J% boada wUI ba datad aa af April 1, tBTB, payable to bearar. In the 4aaMlaaMaa of |Bj809aeh aad •• • bared eoaaacatlvaly In ragalar namirlral • r lai t n n 1 tb r ai^ 994 aadartll matara iiilill) im tba flrrt tfn nf April in aacb of tba deslgnaiad amouola of principal and designated years aa Mlaa: Aaaovata Yaara AaMunta Yeara Mat^riM Matsriag Mataring Maturing ssjrn 19B0 8T>,000 1181 10,998 1991 88,000 19BI 1S480 vm 88,000 1983 BOjOOO 18B1 80.000 IIM nm I9M 88.000 1998 48,000 I9B8 100.000 1988 90,000 1998 108,000 19r S8JXI0 19BT 110,080 1998 ,000 1888 IISLOOO 1188 88,000 1988 110.980 2900 TOM) 1880 mm 2001 Tbe bonds maturing on or before April 1. 1998, shall not be subject to redemption prior to tbeir respective maturities Tbe bonds maturing on and after April 1,1100, shall be subject to redemption prior to tbeir respective maturities, in whole, or In part in inverse numerical order, at tba option of the City, on October 1. 1189, or on any interest payment date thereafter, at a price e^jual te tba principal amount of eacb bond so redeamad, accrued interest thereon to tbe redemption date, and a premium consisting of one-quarter of one percent rSi%)of tbe principal amount of each bond so radaemed foreachyaarorfraction thereof from the rodemnuon date to tbe date of maturity t>ut not to eiceed a loUl premium of 2tM. Interest coupons shall be payable on April I, 1080, and semiannually thereafter on April 1 and Octobar 1 In each year. Tbe bonds shall bear interest at a rate or rates of not ascaading 9% par annum. Tba maximum Interest spread permitted for the Isaaa is 2% par annum. Tba maximum number of Interest rates for the Issue is 5 Each interest rate evidenced by any coupon shall be stated ins multipleof ^or V20of l%per annum One interest rate only shsll be ststed for sny maturity Interest shall be evidenced until maturity by only one set of coupons payable to bearer. It is permissible to bid different or split interest rates for tbe bonds, subject te the abova-iUtad llmitataaas If any bond is not paid upon presentation at Its maturity, iateraal thmon shall continue at tbe rate of 9% per annum until the principal thereof Is paid In lyill Tba priaeipal o( any prior redemption premium due in connection with, snd the Interest on any bond (tbe "Bond Requirements") shall ba payable, without any privileges of registration for payment, at the office of the Director of Ptoaoce and City Auditor of tbe City of Henderson in Henderson, Nevada. Tba bonds shall be direct general obligaUons of the City payable as to all Bond Requirements tnrt general (ad valorem) Uses levied against all Usable property In the City, subject to tbe limltetioa imposed by tbe State Constitution, except to tbe extent other revenues are available tberefcr. Any bidder ii required to submit an unconditional, written and aaalad bid for all the bonds, specifying tbe lowest rate or rates of interest and premium, if any, at or above par at which such bidder will purchase the bonds Each bid (except any bid of the Sute of Nevada or any board or department thereof, Ifone is recived) shall be accompanied by a deposit of SI least 930,000, eiUter cash, or a cashier's or treasurer's check of, or certified cbeck drawn on, a solvent commercisi bank or trust company in the USA, payable to tbe City of Henderson, which deposit will be promptly returned if the bid Is not accepted. Tba Govareiag Body reserves the privilege of waiving any irragularity or Informality In any bid, or rejecting any or all bids, and of raafhriag the bonds ofule The bonds, sabject te such reservations, will be sold by the Governing Body to tbe reaponsible bidder making tbe beat bid fer them None of the bonds will ba sold at less than tbe principal amount thereof and accrued Interest tharaon. nor will any discount or commission ba allowad or paid en their sale. Tha aaecaaafW bidder or biddars will be required to make payment fer snd to aceaptdallTaiy af tha boada in a bank or trust company in Henderson Nevada, or, at tfea lac e aaa f til bidder's request and expense, at some other bank or tnut eoaipaay la tha USA T^ OfHcial Nattea af Bead Sale, of which this publicaUon U a condensation, aa oflkial aUtemant or affcriag brochure, and financial and other information eaacaralag tha Ctty af Raadaraea and tha beads may be obUlnad from Bartavt. SaUth aad Coapaay of Nevada 1008 Eaams Bailding. 'Salt UkiCity. UtahBUbl.phona: (801)28B4T00,fromBurrowt.Smith and CoMHiV t Navada, Eicatlea Caatar Waal, 1488 Eait Trepicana Avaaaa, Laa Vafai, Nevada 88101, pkaaai OWTSMBBl. aad turn RobartCampball. CIQr Maa^ar, B42 Watar Strati. Baadaraaa. Navada 89011. phaoa: (TIB) iSBSBBl Tha legality of tha bond laaaa will ba approved by Meaars Dawson. N^al, Bharmaa k Havard. AtlorBayi at Law. 2800 First af Daavar Plaaa. Oaaear, Oalarada 80281, phaaa (103) 88B-1800. whoae anqaalUlad. flaal apyraal^ aptaiaa, taathar with tha priatad baada (iaeladlai tach a^alon priatad Iharaaa) aad a cartMM traaacripl af tha legal pracaadlata. will ba Buaiabad ifea parchaaar tharaafwithaal charge. DATED al • aadanaa, Naaada, thla Ulh day af Fabraaiy. ISTB. PUBUSBBO IN TB lENDCRSON MOKE NEWS FEBRUARY 111S1B; FabrMTT Sad. March IK aad March 8Uk I81B (SEAL) (s) Urta L WUUaaa, Mayar Ciljr af BaadaraM, Natada (s) Darathy A VaapabrUik CHyOart l-Fah. lS,a,MMiit.SilS1B L In 1836 thtrt WM a wrplui in tht Unittil StttH Tnawry of ovar 128 millionl LEGAL NOTKE IN THE EIGHTH JUDIOAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CLARK CASE NO. D8048 Filed Feb. T, 12:11pm. ISTBUretta Bowman. Clark By Marsha Padilla In the Matter of tha Parentel RIgbU as to JEWEL DORA WILUAMSON, A Minor NOTICE TO: LARRY WAYNE WILLIAM SON, the nstural father of the above named person YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that there has been filed in the above entitled Court a Petition praying for tbe termination of your parental rigbti over the above named minor person and thst the Petition hsj been set for hearing before this Court at tbe Courtroom thereof on tbe 23rd day of March. 1979 at 9:00 o'clock AM, at wblcb lime and place you are required to be present if you desire to oppose the Petition DATED this7 day of February, 1970 LORETTA BOWMAN. Clark By Marsha Padilla, Deputy Clerk (District Court Seal) Submitted by: CALUSTER ft REYNOLDS Attorneys ffr Petitioner 823 Las Ve^as Blvd South Us Vegat, Nevada 80101 H Feb. 15, 22. Mar. 1.9, IS, 1979 ^00*13 Thursday, February 15,1979 Admiration hat bttn eilltil tht cfttm of human kindntM. U6AL NOng LEGAL NOTICE 1974 Ford to ba sold to highest bidder when title Is obtained by mechanic's lien. Serial No 4R02Y2S2S26. License No UlOeS. Oklahoma plates Re gistered owner Will Pippin, 1030 West 8th St., Omulgee, Oklahoma. Legal owner: Same. Notice Is hereby given thai I, SNAP TOW, will sell above mentioned property on Friday, March 2. I9TS, at 10 am al SNAP TOW. 1239 N. Boulder Hwy, Henderson. Nevada. We reserve the right to bid. H Feb IS, 22, Mar. 1,19T9 NOTICt KILA FM 95 S MHZ, Henderson, Nevada: ownership Faith Communication] Corporation, has filed application for transfer of control November I, 1078, to new biiard of trustees, same corporstion Proposed trustees are Jack G. French, Ann M. French, Alice B. Andrews, James S Goldring, Peg (toldring, Gilbert Wilde. Martin Badura, Jack Janne, Earl White and Paul Mesde A copy of the application ii avalla. ble for public inspectioti al the cor porate offices, 2201 South 8th Street, Las Vegas, Nevada. H Feb 8,13. IS. 1979 GIBSON Cont from pigB 1 In the Eighth Judicial District Court of the Stale of Nevada. In and For the County of Clark No. D8B04 TON NUCHKASEM, Plaintiff VS. VANDEE NUCHKASEM. Defendant. SUMMONS THE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE-NAMED DEFENDANT: You are hereby summoned and required to serve upon EDWARD WEINSTEIN, CHARTERED, plsintiffs attorney, whose address Is 230S Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, Nevada, 88104, an answer to the Complaint which is herewith served upon you, within 20 days after service of this Summons upon you, exclusive of the day of service If you rail to do so. judgment by default will be taken against you for tbe relief demanded in the Complaint. This action is brought to recover a judgment dissolving the bonds of matrimony presently existing between you and the Plaintiff. LORETTA BOWMAN. Clerk of Court By AANETTE SANDERS. Deputy aerk DATE: Febraaiy 1.179 (SEAL) H-Feb. 8.15.22, Mar. 1.8.1979. In the Eighth Judicial District Court of the Stale of Nevada, In and For the County of Clark No DOaSl FRED CHANG NG, Plaintiff VS. DORIS TU NG. Defendant. SUMMONS THE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE-NAMED DEFENDANT: You are hereby summoned and required to serve upon EDWARD WEINSTEIN, CHARTERED, plaintiffs sitomey. whose sddress is 2305 Las Vegas Blvd S Las Vegas, Nevada, 88104, an answer lo the Complaint which is herewith served upon you, within 20 dsys after service of this Summons upon you, exclusive of the day of service. If you fall to do so, judgmenl by default will be token against you for the relief demsnded in the Complaint. This action Is brought to recover a judgment dissolving the bonds-of matrimony presently existing batween you snd the Plaintiff. LORETTA BOWMAN, Clerk of Court By MARSHA PADILLA. Deputy Clerk (SEAL) DATE: January 22. 1979 H Feb 8. IS, 22. Mar. 1.9.19T9 In the Eighth Judicial District Court of the Stale of Nevada. In and For tha County of Clark No. 08982 GLEN DUANE McSTAY Plaintiff VS. BERTHA LYDIA McSTAY. Defendant SUMMONS THE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVENAMED DEFENDA.vr You are hereby summoned and required to serve upon MURIEL D. GUND, plaintiff's attorney, whoea addraas Is 30} E Carson, Suite 1102, Las Vegas. Navada an answer to tha Complaint which is herewith served upon you. within 20 dayi after sandee of this Summons upon yaa, exclusive of the day of servica. If you fail to do so, judgment by dahult will be iakea against yoa fer tha raliar demanded In the Oaaplaiat Thia la an actioa to dlaaolva tha baada af • aMaaajrharatefert aad at* aattliag batwata yaa aad tha PlalaUfr. LORCTTA lOWMAN, Clark af 'Caait By JIANITTB SANDERS. Davviy Citrfc (SRAU DATK Ftbraaty 2. MIB l-FibilS^SEHar. i,&IS^IS1B In the Eighth Judicial District Court of the State of Nevada In and For the County of Clark FILED FEB 12 10:05 AM '79 LORETTA BOWMAN, CLERK BY MARSHA PADILLA No P10B41 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF VONNIE LEE RECTOR. Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS (60 Days Notice) Notice Is hereby given thai the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified by the above entitled Court on the tth day of February, 1979, as Administrator of the estate of VONNIE LEE RE CTOR deceased. All creditors having claims against said estate are required lo file the same with the proper vou chers sttached, with the Clerk of the Court within 00 days after the first publication of this notice Dated February 12, AD. 1978. (s) Steven E Murphy 2 I2-T9 STEVEN E MURPHY (!) Phil S Aurbach Attorney for the Estete H-Feb IS, 22. Mar I, 1979 CIWN -mVlKO -TO EMP A pjU> HABiT... >Motil6 NAtL^iriH6 oe overe-tATiNft... f^-CMOLOSiSrS SutCf ST VOU ^uMririfte ^i^e OTMEP AtriVlTV, S\l(.i^ *S PCiNllM(i A MOr C^V Of TfA WHNEVtl?'*3li FidP youRstLF ASogr TO u6aT ur o% BITE,' LEGAL NOTKE ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Sealed bids, subject to the conditions contained In the Contract Documents will be received at the office of the Henderson City Clerk, 243 Water St., Henderson, Nov., 880ISuptothe hour of 2:00 p.m. on the date stipulate^elow for openingof bids Name and address of the Bidder with Bid Title and Contract Number must appear on the outside of the sealed envelope Bids will be opened by theCity Clerk at a Public Opening at the following time, place and date: ANNUAL MATERIALS CONTRACT, 2 00 P M 22 February, 1979 Conference Room, Henderson City Hall, 243 Water St Jlenderson. NV 80015 The msterial will be delivered to the Henderson City Yards. 40S Van Wagenen Street, Henderson, Nevada. Bids must be submitted on the forms furnished by the City and accompanied by a certified check or acceptable collateral in the amount of five percent (5*) of the total amount of the bid. made payable to the City of Henderson A bid bond in lieu of the certified check will be accepUble. The successful bidder will be required to furnish al his own expense, a Faithful Performance Bond in the amount of not less than one hundred percent (100%) of the contracted price Failh(\il Performance Bond shall be retained for the duration of the contract. Bid forms and Contract Documents may be obtained al the Public Work.s Department, City Hall, Henderson. Nevada Specifications may be purchased for the price of Five Dollars ISSOO) with NO REFUND. Copies ofthe Specifications are available for inspection at the Public Works Department The City reserves the right to reject sny and or all bids. The lowest responsive and responsible bidder will be judged on the basis of price, performance lo specifications, bidders' qualifications, and tbe best interest ofthe public, eacb of such factors being considered. (s) Dorothy A. Vondenbrink DOROTHY A VONDENBRINK. CMC CITY CLERK H • Feb 8.15, 1979 the number of states calling for a convention approached the magic number which is 34 at the present time. Twentysix states have already passed the resolution and it is pending in more than enough ^tates to go over the top. You are beginning to see congress squirm and as they get more restless the pressure /mounts. I predict we will see them start the appropriate constitutional amendment on its way. When that happens we will have accomplished our goal. Senate bill 121, which changes the Henderson city primary election day to the same day it is held in the other cities in Clark County, passed the senate last week. It was reported out of the elections committee in the Assembly Mon. and should be law soon. We understand this will save Henderson several thousand dollars in the cost of holding the primary.election. Assembly Bill 166, which would make a change in the provisions of the public trust act applying to Henderson's dog track, passed the assembly on Feb. 2. The bill was reported out of the Senate government affairs committee Mon, and will probably pass the senate on Thurs. We understand its passage will allow the developers of Henderson Downs to proceed with the financingof the track. So it appears the project may finally move forward. The work of the legislature is proceeding smoothly. The taxpayers measures are developing and the budget review is progressing on schedule. It does appear that the conservative fiscal policies advocated by the voters in approving propostion 6 is being felt in the legislature. AGENDA POSTED: rEBRUARY ll*, 19'9 PUBLI3HE: HSiDEasos HO'c :nvs FEaRUAify 15, i?"? TUESDAY, FSBHUAPY 20 :?T9 HETOEPSON CITY COUNCIL RE^'JLAB XEETI3C rli3 'ATEP STPXET :i. rcNFisiiATic;! OF POST::JJ CALL TO 5PDO. PLiDOi •)? ALLSCIAIICZ A3D laVCCATICN •"JBLIC L-JEARNO: VACATICTI OF A PCPTIOH OF ICSE? STPEI :IRUY:IE AC.nTTA.1CZ OF A^BRA rOtlSCT AICIEA: 1. 3E HELD AT TE FITJDG FCP -yZ 3CYS :F 3O:ID FOR DAf 7. In the Eighth Judicial District Court of the Stale of Nevada In and For tbe County of Clark FILED FEB 23 2 24 AM '79 LORETTA BOWMAN, CLERK BY SHARON ANDERSON No PI0a49 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF DOROTHY V. DALTON. Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS (90 Days Notice) Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualfled by the above entitled Court on the th day of Frl)niary, 1979, as Executor of the eilate of DOROTHY V DALTON decessed All creditors hsving claims against said estete sre required to file the same with the proper vouchers attached, with the Clerk of the Court within 60 days after the first publication of this notice Dated February 9. AD. 1979 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF NEVADA Is) Hugh Ferree HUGH FERREE. Senior Trust Officer BELL, LEAVITT GREEN By Phil S. Aurbach Attorneys for the EsUte H Feb. IS, 22, Mar 1, 1979 IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATB Or NEVADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CLARK No 08727 JOSEPH JOHN LUCERO, Plaintiff vs. AURORA ROSALES LUCERO. Defendant SUMMONS THE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE • NAMED DEFENDANT Vou are hereby summoned and required lo serve upon STANLEY W PIERCE plalntifTs attorney, whose address is 300 Fremont Street Las Vegas, Nevada MIOl an answer to tbe Complaint which is herewith served upon you, within 20 days after service of this Sumrains upon you. exclusive of the day of service If you fail to do so. Judgment by default drill be taken against you for tbe relief demanded in the Complaint This is an action to dissolve the^ bonds of matrimony existing between Plaintiff and Defendant Loretta Bowman, Clerk of Court By Marsha Padilla Deputy Clerk (District Court Seal) DATE January 24th, 1979 H Feb. 19.22. Mar. 1.8.19.1979 A?0PT:C rCE OF ETHICS '..'A??A;fT • tEOISTSR 'Aw-tlrn renulred APFP'VAl) SFEciAi r^Trrs I:5UOR -ESMIT -inDEFJ:" so'iS avs DA:IC: riATionAL 7:A?D A.'XPY •!A?'H r. I'^TT T ?A:OI • .. • Risnrnv TEAM >CT:::I ?E.-,tr?i:r A?P5:VAL) .ypJc'/AL CF :tr/AOA 3AVI:::;3 A;ID LOA.-: itr wsvc.'rr. ::: '.IE'J 3U3Dr,'!SI0S .'ctlon required .;???:VA1) ASCHITECTJRAL REV"?,,' LATID SALES OrFIOE .i? OHEETI '/.AILEY ?A?'C.'AY A;:0 SUNSET ?CAD :-yic oosAio t ASSOCIATES FEALTY, I:IC,, 'ErrH-rvsE 2cou, -^5 FO?T ST?EET, HONOL'JLU, HA'^AII ah?;} ;ACTIO:i "ESUIP.ED APPROVAL) AP.CHITSCTVRAL Sr-'IE-J EXP-^IISIM OF THE '. • EEKZHrER SCAT SHOP, ht^ S. BO'JLDEP KI3HWAY 3ATHA:; STOUT, III CEOA.", HE!!l;E3S0:i. (ACTION APPROVAL"; ABCHITECTURAL ?EVir'l SIG3 FOR 'KEKDERSOS REALTY AT 18 '^ATER STREET --DL'A3E LA'BAC'ri. (ACTION REWIREE APPROVAL) ABCHITSCTURAL REVOW HISTORIC BUILDISC TO 3E USED AS Ki EXHIBIT AT THE SriTHEP.T KEVACA MUSMI OH B0L13ER HI3H''AY "SS BAC^'AV fAP.'^OVAL) ririAt ::AP APJIOVHEA:; ESTATES corisisTisa CFI3C LOTS "I; ;: ACRES TZ? D 4 S .'RCPZFTY iT.'ssTyEr: COMPA-TY, iccATtr AT rf^.^.rrcs .ANE APPO'.<'HiAr, OF" 3:%rER HioffVAY lELTA vxv:xtzr::.~j, -60: v. SAHA-^A A'/E. L.T. r.T HT/ii" OA-^iOaE AP'S :::;3i3:i:;5 it -.i •.T.TTS :;.' 1." ACRES ircArE: AT ?Aic ".'EPO; A;;O OH;:':Z STR^TTS sr.'::;; rcjrsTP'.'OTi::; cor?A:.'Y, 6;o s. :iTH 3T?in, .-0? "A-CH 5. :? • aoioi ACT: CM SL=TR TO ?'JEL:C KIA.-:^'3 SET'a\. • /I. XirniSHED 3USI:E3; ;. ci?iCTi::i--:i "Txt DC'/.-rc'" .'Arxns rROsini' ;. SELECTio:; CF PRIORITY PRCTCTS ".;u HIOHVAY OYSTE' rcrx:*;* DIRECTICM HECAPDIN'; LABD SALE ?ECITST SECTICT ?3, T:23. • JJE. A.'PRovAL OF :sc?EA£E IM lA-'jAOE DisposAi, :::r?ACT ?E;'JE3TI2 3V 3:.AC;< !icu:rAi:i DISPOSAL COMPA-VY. 25i PER MCNTH FOR a£3IDE:;T:AL, o."/^ FOR .^IL CTSSR .iCCC'JtITS. RE-EST.iV3LISHi:i(; FREF-MY i:r:SHraA,1CE FOR siasET ROA: LAND EXCHASOi CITY CF HSIDERS'n A:;D CJAFK COirJT^ SCHOOL DISTRICT CO .^C-" AT .KCRIZOX A.1D CPEE:r.VAY FOR :0 ACRES IS !?.£ :IE-1'CF 3ECTIC3 Jtt A.*3 :c .ACREC :M £Ecric:: v., :22s, ?fi^z. _^-^ ,, 3r-L :". L^c ".JCi ;RDn;A;jcE TO A.-'SM: SECTICMS I?,C4.:-O .VAT!?, ."ai'; rriEtisici FEE' .'vT :a.o3.3i.o ;sr.v"ER ^u^ Errricic;: FEE; • i TTZ :;rr;E?5c:: • •''. • niCIPAL COtit A:C PROVIDIHO CTHE? VAITEPS rELATri o:!?!?:." V t.n:iAL ACTic;:^ mtSO OF 3IT T-l 'tVECCCLITE A'lD HA-J A'jTOVATIC.LT.'iL. 3. •T^i 3usi:;sss; 1. PLA-MIIinO cc >J1SSICN -KOKZiZ f.) C-}-"^) :DIIE CHA;:GE s: 2/7/'9 ^ITHEAST ccsrn? z^ HCF:3C:; DRIVT ;.::D FACI-IC AVE;XX FRO/ R-? (RURAZ, HESICEMCEl TO C-l 'Li:: CCeiRCIAL). DES'.T.E CORPORATIQII, i'OlS ;TED CP :I:IOHBO?JIOOD 3. SFaCtl. L.V. PUBUC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tbat the Henderson City Council will bold a Public Hearing to consider the application of Bivins Construction Co, Inc 20 S. 11th Street. Us Vegas, Nevada, for a PLANNED UNIT RESIDEN 'HAL DEVELOPMENT lo be known as OAK RIDGE, consisting of 49 uniU on approximately 283 acres which is loned R'4 (Apartment Residence Disthct). The general location of this parcel of land is at tbe confluence of Palo Verde, Drake and Major Avenues. VII. ":) ':-;-79) lOtli CHAJTGE PCHTIOM CF ScCTICH 5 AT TT-iE SOirT-fEST CO-.:!ES CF SUCISET A;.I srasET ROAD, EFCII Z-Z ( OESESAI CC;.?WO!AL) ?O ?— :APAj"r!E'r: ?ESI:E:;CE OIS:?ICT!. "A-'-APIC, :XC., 1*2:0 3. "Ap'rcAiiD pr/i. SUITS 3-. L.'/. :) T2ITATI'/E MAP WODRIDCE ESTATE? LCCATED OFF .'AL.0 '."ERDE .ACID HC'.IDES RICrTiJA'/ COMSISTINO 0? 65 LOTS ON lU ACRES REQUEST F?OM G. C. 'VALUCE iXOrilESE, 1100 E, SAHA.'A A'/E. L,V. ?J1C1. .,1; yirxs si3Division 10 irs cs ; .ACRE: rj Stcricn 2: :r7 ?~TO A;;: ;'JA?TEP" • EORSE ROADS '.-AYriE SILLITOE. :. .-J'PROVAL CF oyyiCIAL 303D SALE STATErSTr: $: Boncs, 3. COMSIDERATICM OF PROPOSED LE^ISIATI'3 AfTECTinO Firi A:.T 'AC'S rCItriMC fc. APPOrrrSIT TO KE-fDE-OSCH PUBLIC ICrRCVEMni TR'JST 3SW ausriEss (conr'D) 5. RESciunoa Dis?Etsi::o /ITH PROTESTS A.D, '5;. 6. 3:ii 30. \arolhy A. Voadaabriak DOaoraY A. VONDENBRINK. CMC. CITY CURE R-Tah. 18. a, 187B NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 20.17 -^ 3 00 P M HENDERSON CTTY COUNCIL SPECIAL BUDGET STUDY SESSION CONFERENCE ROOM 243 WATER STREET THE CITY COUNCIL WILL MEET WnM THE ADMINISTRATION TO REVIEW THE ir) BUDGET. H-Feb 15. ISTf V

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Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada PogaU Thursday, February 15,1979 f Basic Interact Club Plans VGong Show' Sharie Robinson Multiple InterSSs Many Talents A "Gong Show", featuring people from the community and students at Basic high s^ool, will be held Nfarch 7 from 7:30 to 8:30 t^. in the Little Theatre afaihe high school. I ^he show is being Sponsored by the Interact Club of the high school which is sponsored by the Henderson Rotary club. Money realised from the event will go to the Aid for the Adoption of Special Kids (AASK). Tryoutswere held initially in early Feb. for the event but another screening has been scheduled for Feb. 23 between 2 and 4 p.m. at the little theatre. The club is hoping that people of the community will participate. President ofthe club is Ron Peck, a Basic high school senior, and he is being assisted in the project by Palla Rinker and Christie Stanton. Peck will be host for the show and Stanton is doing decorations. There will bepriiesfor the best and worst acts and judges will be John Ballister. advisor, and students picked at random. HMdenen Mmkipol EledioR J.V. COMES UP SHORT ; The council seats that Win be open for the Municipal Election are JOVards I. II and IV. '. The incumbent countilmen are: Phil Stout. J. Gary Price, and Carlton D. Lawrence. In order to meet the requirements of the Charter the Wards have been re-aligned. Two new precincts have been added being precincts 29 and 30 located in the western portion of the city. i Ward I consists of prej:inct8 No. IS. 25. 17 and "i~Ward II consists of precincts No. 1,3.4,5,6, 8, 9,12 and 20. Ward III consists of precincts No. 14, 18. 19. 21,22.24 and 26. Ward IV consists of precincts No. 2,7. 10.11. 13, 23, 28, 29 and 30. Total registered voters in the City of Henderson prior to the general election held November 7. 1978 was 7.285, however, many of these voters will have been dropped from the voters registration books because they failed to vote in the general election. If you failed to vote in the last general election you will ie required to ~reregister for the Henderson primary election. Western's Junior. Varsity used an excellent zone defense to shut out Basic for much of their game and used their superor height to good advantage as their two tail men scored fourteen points apiece in a 56-50 win over Basic. Basic played tough getting seventeen points from Scott Elliot and eleven from Rcid Wiike while Don Ellis chipped in ten and Dan Jordan added six. but the dominating Though Sharie Robinson, the Aerials "ihighty mite", smallest of the teams Gass II members, did not capture first overall in the last weekend's three way meet with Oark and Lake Tahoe, that honor went to her teammate, Traci Mahan, she did put together the most consistentcy of any gymnist in this compulsory tourney scoring with 8's and better in all four events. Her performances netted her team the second place overall points and herself a flrst place on the balance beam, a second on the uneven bars, a fourth in the floor exercise, and a fifth in the vault to total 32.95 only twenty hundredths out of the first place lead which went to Traci Mahan. This four foot seven inch seventy pound young factor which saw Western maintain its lead in the face of a fourth quarter Basic comeback was its size up front which swept the boards, the ball, and the ballgame away from Basic. lady is a fifth gfader at Gordon McCaw Elwnentary School and everyone there, at home, and with the Aerials agrees that the key word to describe Sharie is activity-she likes to keep active all the time, from her favorite school subject physical education (though she enjoys spelling also), to her many outside interests besides gymnastics which vary from skating, riding in jeeps, climbing trees, and attending her church to bicycle riding, rock and roll records, picnics, and camping. Besides all this activity she has a fondness for puppies, babies, and 1 think boys as well-as.her twinkling hazel eyes have attracted more than one young fellow. However, Sharie is a serious student as well with good grades and is Burkholder Sports The junior high Jaguar volleyball team ran its record to 2-0 Tuesday afternoon with a win over Garside in two games 15-2 and 15-5. j jtKerall it was the Jaguso^'s better service which to^k the easy wins for them. In their first game, B< ughman and Michelle W Ison combined for thirte( n unretumed serves having seven and six respectively, and in the second game Angie Wade foljowing in big sisters' Theresa and Jackie's footst^s took Burkholder froin a slight 1-S advantage over Garside to put ov^r eight straight service po^ts which sewed up the gaaie for the Jaguars. The team also however wa^ helped in great part by the good communication which created good defensive coverage and many good offensive opportunities. The Softball team did not as well opposite* Garside. dropping their second straight game without registering a win. So far this season. The Jaguars were trailing 5-0 going into the third inning when they put together a five run flurry to tie the game, after that point it was all Garside though as the Gladiators added fifteen more runs in the following innings to hand Burkholder the loss. The two teams are scheduled to travel to Woodbury, this afternoon at 3 p.m. and then w host Bridger at the same time next Tuesday. The home of Mr, and Mrs. Clifford Deyo, 108 Grove Street, now bears a sign of "Pride of Ownership." The Deyo home was the first chosen by Henderson Realty to be singled out as a home which gives a neighborhood beauty, the house charm, and demonstrates the homeowner's positive attitude toward his home and his neighbor. "Pride of Ownership" is the conbination of a well-maintained house and a well-groomed yard. It also signifies the homeowner's touch of love. The Deyo's have owned their home since it was built in I9S5. moving to Henderson only the year before. Duane G. Laubach and the staff of Henderson Realty are proud to be a part of Henderson and because of this, wish to salute others who are also proud to be a part of Henderson. A different home will be chosen each month, ac-, cording to Laubach. *.ivVo;i-V McCarthy Boys'Chjb 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 Henderson Boys' Club to be held Friday. Feb. 16 at Nick's Supper Club on Lake Mead Drive. The general public is invited 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 ofthe Year," the "Man of the year." the "Woman of the year," board of director's award and a special dedication award. Reservations can be made at the boys' club. New officers of the Boys' Club to be installed include Kirby Trumbo. president: Larry Tabony, vice president; Ron Hubel, second vice president: William Cottrell. treasurer; and Betty Wagner, secretary secretary of her class, along with keeping a serious eye on her gymnastics practice which has seen her perform at excellent competitive levels despite only having been in the sport two years. And her real favorite boy friend to keep things in the gymnastics world, though he doesn't know it, is Kurt Thomas the United States' top male gymnist. Her competitive record in gymnastics which Includes a third place in the balance beam as a Class 111 beginner and a second on the ba/s at last year's Class II State Tourney are good credentials for Sharie's continuation on a career in gymnastics which she hopes asdoes her teammate. Robbin Yancey will lead to a profession as a gymnastics instructor. Good Luck Sharie! SHARIE ROBINSON K 4. "PRIDE OF OWNERSHIP" Mrs Clifford Deyo. left, and Elnora Turnec of Henderson Realty, are pictured with the "Pride of Ownership" sign which now honors the Deyo home. The once a month award is sponsored by Henderson Realty. Cinderella Pageant Winners Deyo Home Chosen for 'Pride of Ownership' Award Cinderella Girl Winners From left are: Janice Van Camp. Teen Cinderella: Lana Lewis. Miss Cinderella; Shauna Brown, Mini Miss Cinderella; and Misty Romero. Tot Cinderella. Cinderella Talent Winners from left are: Julie Benoit, Teen category; Lisa Carducci. Miss category; and Vernoica Loiano. Mini Miss category. The Clifford Deyo Home Handtften Homa Ntwt and Bouldtr City Ntwt Thursday. February 15,1979 Flo Raymond in Concert 1 Press Club to Honor 'Mike' Flo Raymond, Professional Singer, will appear in concert at the Boulder City Junior and Senior High School Auditorium, 5th Street, on March 10th, Saturday. Curtain, 7 p.m. Miss Raymond has appeared professionally throughout the Midwest and Southwest with many performances at leading hotels and supper clubs in Chicago and Wisconsin.Her experience includes: Opera leads, Supper clubs. Organization shows. Club dates, Concert, Musical Comedy, Radio and Television. Her program is "high quality" and she has been described to "present a song for everyone." Flo regulates her voice and actions to the mood of the song whether it be rich in dynamics or a simple, soft standard tune. She sings in eleven languages. "Around the World in Song" dotted by songs "Musical Americana" will be subject of her program selections. The singer will include songs from Opera to Popular. A very popular singer with her audience, Flo receives a warm welcome where ever she appears. For a program rich in the realm of song Downhill and cross country ski marathons to benefit the Nevada Easter Seal Society's program for handicapped children and adults will be held in Brianhead. Utah on Saturday, March 3, according to Bill Berliner, Easter Seal Board member and chairman ofthe event. There is no registration fee for the event, but participants must bring a minimum of $25 in pledges collected in advance in order to receive n-ee lift passes. Registered skiers may ski free all day, once they have and good song interpretation, this show would be a rewarding experience. She has been written up as "a charming lady with a beautiful voice and a dramatic sense which helps sell Ski for Easter Seals turned in their pledges. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. at Minnie's Mansion at Brianhead. Prizes will be awarded to skiers based on the amount of money raised for Easter Seals. First prize is a $250.00 gift certificate for ski equipment. All participants will be eligible for the drawing for grand prize, a fully paid week of skiing for two at Lake Tahoe. her songs!" Jan Schmidt, Boulder City resident, pianist, and 1978 UNLV graduate as outstanding music major will accompany Miss Raymond on the piano. Jan, talented and lovely, will play a solo between song groupings. The show is sponsored by Boulder City Department of Recreation and Parks. Tickets on sale for $2.00 Adults, $1.00 Youth (to age 18). Tickets can be acquired in Boulder City at: Boulder City Recreation Department 900 Arizona, Boulder City News. 1227 Arizona. Sally's Gifts. 402 Nevada Highway, and Cee Jay's Clothes. 1268 Wyoming. Tickets are available in Henderson at: Henderson Home News, 1?. Water Street: and Bjsic Photo, 19 Water Street. Brianhead is ^ popular ski resort located just three hours from Las Vegas. 20,000 vertical feet of skiing are possible in the downhill marathon and a 5 km course will be set up for the cross country marathon. More than 130 inches of snow cover the slopes at present and the skiing is the best in six years, according to local experts. More information about the event and pledge cards are available through KLUC Radio, the Olympia Sport Shop, all Las Vegas high schools and junior highs and at the Nevada Easter Seal Society by calling 382-2994. Key newspaper, radio and television personnel from throughout Clark County have been named honorary cochairpersons for a Las Vegas Press Clubsponsored "Welcome to the Fourth Estate" party, honoring former Nevada Gov. Mike O'Callaghan in his new role as executive vice president of the Las Vegas Sun. The Feb. 23 celebration at the Press Club in the Charleston Plaza Mall "is an opportunity for club members, other media personnel, friends and V.I.P. guests to greet and welcome this distinguished new addition to the Las Vegas press." said press club vice president Al Smith. Smith. Sun classified manager, and Anna McCafferty, press club treasurer and area information officer for the Nevada Employment Security department, are coordinating the event. Honorary media cochairpersons for "Mike Night" include newspaper publisher Robert Brown of the Valley Times. Lawrence .Mbert of the Las Vegas Voice. Bob Campbell of Vegas Visitor and Morrey Brodsky of Now Magazine, ReviewJournal general manager William Wright. Sun assistant to the pubThere are over six million more womer> of voting age than there are men. Super Deluxe Corrot Coke iJeanine Forkland, a is the best Carrot Cake liversity student, lamed this special Carrot Cake Deluxe secret Airing her college days j|ick east. "I cannot recibmmend this for a diet." Jeanine tells us. "but it sure brings the .^Mkompliments in and it is ^ • high on the vitamin list. ^B Besides, it tastes so V yummy, who cares about W calories!" • 2 cups sugar • 2 cups flour I 2 cups grated carrots f H4 cup Mazola corn oil 2 teas, cinnamon 2 teas, vanilla 2 teas, baking soda H teas, salt j 3 eggs I 1(8 oz.) can of crushed pineapple 1 cup flaked coconut 1 cup chopped nuts (pecans preferably) MIX TOGETHER ADD NUTS AND COCONUT LAST place in greased oblong pan or two eight inch round pans bake about 350 degrees for 1 hour. ICING 8 oz. creamed cheese 1 stick margarine *k lb. carton of confectioner's sugar (MIX INGREDIENTS TO YOUR TASTE) Jeanine adds that this cake goes a long way but recipe she tested. She then presented the writer with an ample serving "Thanks Jeanine. I needed that!" lisher Ruthe Deskin. UPl bureau manager Myram Borders and Henderson Home News advertising manager Happy Preble. Television representatives are Nevada State Senator and KVVUpres: ident William Hernstadt, news directors DarrellDreyerofKSHO. David Howe of KORK and Hank Tester of KLVX and KLAS account executive Dan Broadfoot. Radio co-chairpersons include general managers Joe McMurray of KNUU. Rick Phalen of KLUC and KMJJ. Jerry Roy ofKENO, Steve Gold of KFM and KVEG and Jack French of KILA, news directors Bill Buckmaster of KORK. Mary Green of KRAM. and Michele Raymond of KL.W, operationsprogram director Bryan St. Peters of KXTZ. "Open Line" hostess Evelyn Newman of KVOV and "Old Professor" Jim Flint of KDWN, -4fl addition to the media representatives,' others assisting in the preparations for. the event include Nevada Board of Parole Commissioners chairman Bryn Armstrong. North Las Vegas City Attorney and columnist George Franklin. Clark County School District information officer Ray Willis. Charleston Plaza Mall manager Elsie Goldsworthy and Nevada Welfare Division administrative aide Melanie Massey. Also named to the "Mike Night" executive committee are Sun retail advertising manager and press club president Bob Preble. Nevada Welfare Division investigator Jesse Reese. V.A. Housing administrator and realtor Bob Mitchell. Sun Lifestyle editor Nadine Donovan. WOQICO Garden Center supervisor and gardening columnist Bob Belz, writer-journalist Ray Leydecker. commercial artist Don Kelly, City of Las Vegas staffer Audrey Garnish, Dazey Travel Service-West manager John Gorman and Eldorado High School social studies teacher Charles Fleming. Page 19 RASCO OWN EVENINGS TIL 9:00 pni MM. thn Fn'. p BASK READY MIX SERVING HENDERSON I BOULDER CITY Radio Dispatched 7 DAYS A WEEK SATURDAY & SUNDAY DEUVERY Now Four Trucks! Call 564-1119 S3W[DDIN(5 PROTECT YOUR LOVED ONE From Thr Start With Low CoHl INSURANCE From Karrchrr m% Sure money might be tight at a nvwiy wed couple — but Insurance ii an investment newlywedi shouldn't be without-jee KAERCHER INSURANCE .for the protection you need — at a budget you con aMord. -.'14 If KA^RCHtR AGENCYij KAERCHER INSURANCE 725 S. EIGNTN 314-2113 r off Gamblers Sale Can You Gamble That What You Want Is Left 50% Regular Price 60% Regular Price 70% Regular Price 'n/ \\v. Feb. 15-17 All Sale Merchandise Feb. 19-21 All Sale Merchandise off Feb. 22-24 All Sale Merchandise Off Pll Sales Final • East Cliarleston • Tropicana at Pecos • Now at Tin Meadows Pll 6 Vernays • West Charleston • Henderson on Boulder Hwy. • Maryland Square I '• • n^^ •"' • ^ • ^

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Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada PogaU Thursday, February 15,1979 f Basic Interact Club Plans VGong Show' Sharie Robinson Multiple InterSSs Many Talents A "Gong Show", featuring people from the community and students at Basic high s^ool, will be held Nfarch 7 from 7:30 to 8:30 t^. in the Little Theatre afaihe high school. I ^he show is being Sponsored by the Interact Club of the high school which is sponsored by the Henderson Rotary club. Money realised from the event will go to the Aid for the Adoption of Special Kids (AASK). Tryoutswere held initially in early Feb. for the event but another screening has been scheduled for Feb. 23 between 2 and 4 p.m. at the little theatre. The club is hoping that people of the community will participate. President ofthe club is Ron Peck, a Basic high school senior, and he is being assisted in the project by Palla Rinker and Christie Stanton. Peck will be host for the show and Stanton is doing decorations. There will bepriiesfor the best and worst acts and judges will be John Ballister. advisor, and students picked at random. HMdenen Mmkipol EledioR J.V. COMES UP SHORT ; The council seats that Win be open for the Municipal Election are JOVards I. II and IV. '. The incumbent countilmen are: Phil Stout. J. Gary Price, and Carlton D. Lawrence. In order to meet the requirements of the Charter the Wards have been re-aligned. Two new precincts have been added being precincts 29 and 30 located in the western portion of the city. i Ward I consists of prej:inct8 No. IS. 25. 17 and "i~Ward II consists of precincts No. 1,3.4,5,6, 8, 9,12 and 20. Ward III consists of precincts No. 14, 18. 19. 21,22.24 and 26. Ward IV consists of precincts No. 2,7. 10.11. 13, 23, 28, 29 and 30. Total registered voters in the City of Henderson prior to the general election held November 7. 1978 was 7.285, however, many of these voters will have been dropped from the voters registration books because they failed to vote in the general election. If you failed to vote in the last general election you will ie required to ~reregister for the Henderson primary election. Western's Junior. Varsity used an excellent zone defense to shut out Basic for much of their game and used their superor height to good advantage as their two tail men scored fourteen points apiece in a 56-50 win over Basic. Basic played tough getting seventeen points from Scott Elliot and eleven from Rcid Wiike while Don Ellis chipped in ten and Dan Jordan added six. but the dominating Though Sharie Robinson, the Aerials "ihighty mite", smallest of the teams Gass II members, did not capture first overall in the last weekend's three way meet with Oark and Lake Tahoe, that honor went to her teammate, Traci Mahan, she did put together the most consistentcy of any gymnist in this compulsory tourney scoring with 8's and better in all four events. Her performances netted her team the second place overall points and herself a flrst place on the balance beam, a second on the uneven bars, a fourth in the floor exercise, and a fifth in the vault to total 32.95 only twenty hundredths out of the first place lead which went to Traci Mahan. This four foot seven inch seventy pound young factor which saw Western maintain its lead in the face of a fourth quarter Basic comeback was its size up front which swept the boards, the ball, and the ballgame away from Basic. lady is a fifth gfader at Gordon McCaw Elwnentary School and everyone there, at home, and with the Aerials agrees that the key word to describe Sharie is activity-she likes to keep active all the time, from her favorite school subject physical education (though she enjoys spelling also), to her many outside interests besides gymnastics which vary from skating, riding in jeeps, climbing trees, and attending her church to bicycle riding, rock and roll records, picnics, and camping. Besides all this activity she has a fondness for puppies, babies, and 1 think boys as well-as.her twinkling hazel eyes have attracted more than one young fellow. However, Sharie is a serious student as well with good grades and is Burkholder Sports The junior high Jaguar volleyball team ran its record to 2-0 Tuesday afternoon with a win over Garside in two games 15-2 and 15-5. j jtKerall it was the Jaguso^'s better service which to^k the easy wins for them. In their first game, B< ughman and Michelle W Ison combined for thirte( n unretumed serves having seven and six respectively, and in the second game Angie Wade foljowing in big sisters' Theresa and Jackie's footst^s took Burkholder froin a slight 1-S advantage over Garside to put ov^r eight straight service po^ts which sewed up the gaaie for the Jaguars. The team also however wa^ helped in great part by the good communication which created good defensive coverage and many good offensive opportunities. The Softball team did not as well opposite* Garside. dropping their second straight game without registering a win. So far this season. The Jaguars were trailing 5-0 going into the third inning when they put together a five run flurry to tie the game, after that point it was all Garside though as the Gladiators added fifteen more runs in the following innings to hand Burkholder the loss. The two teams are scheduled to travel to Woodbury, this afternoon at 3 p.m. and then w host Bridger at the same time next Tuesday. The home of Mr, and Mrs. Clifford Deyo, 108 Grove Street, now bears a sign of "Pride of Ownership." The Deyo home was the first chosen by Henderson Realty to be singled out as a home which gives a neighborhood beauty, the house charm, and demonstrates the homeowner's positive attitude toward his home and his neighbor. "Pride of Ownership" is the conbination of a well-maintained house and a well-groomed yard. It also signifies the homeowner's touch of love. The Deyo's have owned their home since it was built in I9S5. moving to Henderson only the year before. Duane G. Laubach and the staff of Henderson Realty are proud to be a part of Henderson and because of this, wish to salute others who are also proud to be a part of Henderson. A different home will be chosen each month, ac-, cording to Laubach. *.ivVo;i-V McCarthy Boys'Chjb 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 Henderson Boys' Club to be held Friday. Feb. 16 at Nick's Supper Club on Lake Mead Drive. The general public is invited 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 ofthe Year," the "Man of the year." the "Woman of the year," board of director's award and a special dedication award. Reservations can be made at the boys' club. New officers of the Boys' Club to be installed include Kirby Trumbo. president: Larry Tabony, vice president; Ron Hubel, second vice president: William Cottrell. treasurer; and Betty Wagner, secretary secretary of her class, along with keeping a serious eye on her gymnastics practice which has seen her perform at excellent competitive levels despite only having been in the sport two years. And her real favorite boy friend to keep things in the gymnastics world, though he doesn't know it, is Kurt Thomas the United States' top male gymnist. Her competitive record in gymnastics which Includes a third place in the balance beam as a Class 111 beginner and a second on the ba/s at last year's Class II State Tourney are good credentials for Sharie's continuation on a career in gymnastics which she hopes asdoes her teammate. Robbin Yancey will lead to a profession as a gymnastics instructor. Good Luck Sharie! SHARIE ROBINSON K 4. "PRIDE OF OWNERSHIP" Mrs Clifford Deyo. left, and Elnora Turnec of Henderson Realty, are pictured with the "Pride of Ownership" sign which now honors the Deyo home. The once a month award is sponsored by Henderson Realty. Cinderella Pageant Winners Deyo Home Chosen for 'Pride of Ownership' Award Cinderella Girl Winners From left are: Janice Van Camp. Teen Cinderella: Lana Lewis. Miss Cinderella; Shauna Brown, Mini Miss Cinderella; and Misty Romero. Tot Cinderella. Cinderella Talent Winners from left are: Julie Benoit, Teen category; Lisa Carducci. Miss category; and Vernoica Loiano. Mini Miss category. The Clifford Deyo Home Handtften Homa Ntwt and Bouldtr City Ntwt Thursday. February 15,1979 Flo Raymond in Concert 1 Press Club to Honor 'Mike' Flo Raymond, Professional Singer, will appear in concert at the Boulder City Junior and Senior High School Auditorium, 5th Street, on March 10th, Saturday. Curtain, 7 p.m. Miss Raymond has appeared professionally throughout the Midwest and Southwest with many performances at leading hotels and supper clubs in Chicago and Wisconsin.Her experience includes: Opera leads, Supper clubs. Organization shows. Club dates, Concert, Musical Comedy, Radio and Television. Her program is "high quality" and she has been described to "present a song for everyone." Flo regulates her voice and actions to the mood of the song whether it be rich in dynamics or a simple, soft standard tune. She sings in eleven languages. "Around the World in Song" dotted by songs "Musical Americana" will be subject of her program selections. The singer will include songs from Opera to Popular. A very popular singer with her audience, Flo receives a warm welcome where ever she appears. For a program rich in the realm of song Downhill and cross country ski marathons to benefit the Nevada Easter Seal Society's program for handicapped children and adults will be held in Brianhead. Utah on Saturday, March 3, according to Bill Berliner, Easter Seal Board member and chairman ofthe event. There is no registration fee for the event, but participants must bring a minimum of $25 in pledges collected in advance in order to receive n-ee lift passes. Registered skiers may ski free all day, once they have and good song interpretation, this show would be a rewarding experience. She has been written up as "a charming lady with a beautiful voice and a dramatic sense which helps sell Ski for Easter Seals turned in their pledges. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. at Minnie's Mansion at Brianhead. Prizes will be awarded to skiers based on the amount of money raised for Easter Seals. First prize is a $250.00 gift certificate for ski equipment. All participants will be eligible for the drawing for grand prize, a fully paid week of skiing for two at Lake Tahoe. her songs!" Jan Schmidt, Boulder City resident, pianist, and 1978 UNLV graduate as outstanding music major will accompany Miss Raymond on the piano. Jan, talented and lovely, will play a solo between song groupings. The show is sponsored by Boulder City Department of Recreation and Parks. Tickets on sale for $2.00 Adults, $1.00 Youth (to age 18). Tickets can be acquired in Boulder City at: Boulder City Recreation Department 900 Arizona, Boulder City News. 1227 Arizona. Sally's Gifts. 402 Nevada Highway, and Cee Jay's Clothes. 1268 Wyoming. Tickets are available in Henderson at: Henderson Home News, 1?. Water Street: and Bjsic Photo, 19 Water Street. Brianhead is ^ popular ski resort located just three hours from Las Vegas. 20,000 vertical feet of skiing are possible in the downhill marathon and a 5 km course will be set up for the cross country marathon. More than 130 inches of snow cover the slopes at present and the skiing is the best in six years, according to local experts. More information about the event and pledge cards are available through KLUC Radio, the Olympia Sport Shop, all Las Vegas high schools and junior highs and at the Nevada Easter Seal Society by calling 382-2994. Key newspaper, radio and television personnel from throughout Clark County have been named honorary cochairpersons for a Las Vegas Press Clubsponsored "Welcome to the Fourth Estate" party, honoring former Nevada Gov. Mike O'Callaghan in his new role as executive vice president of the Las Vegas Sun. The Feb. 23 celebration at the Press Club in the Charleston Plaza Mall "is an opportunity for club members, other media personnel, friends and V.I.P. guests to greet and welcome this distinguished new addition to the Las Vegas press." said press club vice president Al Smith. Smith. Sun classified manager, and Anna McCafferty, press club treasurer and area information officer for the Nevada Employment Security department, are coordinating the event. Honorary media cochairpersons for "Mike Night" include newspaper publisher Robert Brown of the Valley Times. Lawrence .Mbert of the Las Vegas Voice. Bob Campbell of Vegas Visitor and Morrey Brodsky of Now Magazine, ReviewJournal general manager William Wright. Sun assistant to the pubThere are over six million more womer> of voting age than there are men. Super Deluxe Corrot Coke iJeanine Forkland, a is the best Carrot Cake liversity student, lamed this special Carrot Cake Deluxe secret Airing her college days j|ick east. "I cannot recibmmend this for a diet." Jeanine tells us. "but it sure brings the .^Mkompliments in and it is ^ • high on the vitamin list. ^B Besides, it tastes so V yummy, who cares about W calories!" • 2 cups sugar • 2 cups flour I 2 cups grated carrots f H4 cup Mazola corn oil 2 teas, cinnamon 2 teas, vanilla 2 teas, baking soda H teas, salt j 3 eggs I 1(8 oz.) can of crushed pineapple 1 cup flaked coconut 1 cup chopped nuts (pecans preferably) MIX TOGETHER ADD NUTS AND COCONUT LAST place in greased oblong pan or two eight inch round pans bake about 350 degrees for 1 hour. ICING 8 oz. creamed cheese 1 stick margarine *k lb. carton of confectioner's sugar (MIX INGREDIENTS TO YOUR TASTE) Jeanine adds that this cake goes a long way but recipe she tested. She then presented the writer with an ample serving "Thanks Jeanine. I needed that!" lisher Ruthe Deskin. UPl bureau manager Myram Borders and Henderson Home News advertising manager Happy Preble. Television representatives are Nevada State Senator and KVVUpres: ident William Hernstadt, news directors DarrellDreyerofKSHO. David Howe of KORK and Hank Tester of KLVX and KLAS account executive Dan Broadfoot. Radio co-chairpersons include general managers Joe McMurray of KNUU. Rick Phalen of KLUC and KMJJ. Jerry Roy ofKENO, Steve Gold of KFM and KVEG and Jack French of KILA, news directors Bill Buckmaster of KORK. Mary Green of KRAM. and Michele Raymond of KL.W, operationsprogram director Bryan St. Peters of KXTZ. "Open Line" hostess Evelyn Newman of KVOV and "Old Professor" Jim Flint of KDWN, -4fl addition to the media representatives,' others assisting in the preparations for. the event include Nevada Board of Parole Commissioners chairman Bryn Armstrong. North Las Vegas City Attorney and columnist George Franklin. Clark County School District information officer Ray Willis. Charleston Plaza Mall manager Elsie Goldsworthy and Nevada Welfare Division administrative aide Melanie Massey. Also named to the "Mike Night" executive committee are Sun retail advertising manager and press club president Bob Preble. Nevada Welfare Division investigator Jesse Reese. V.A. Housing administrator and realtor Bob Mitchell. Sun Lifestyle editor Nadine Donovan. WOQICO Garden Center supervisor and gardening columnist Bob Belz, writer-journalist Ray Leydecker. commercial artist Don Kelly, City of Las Vegas staffer Audrey Garnish, Dazey Travel Service-West manager John Gorman and Eldorado High School social studies teacher Charles Fleming. Page 19 RASCO OWN EVENINGS TIL 9:00 pni MM. thn Fn'. p BASK READY MIX SERVING HENDERSON I BOULDER CITY Radio Dispatched 7 DAYS A WEEK SATURDAY & SUNDAY DEUVERY Now Four Trucks! Call 564-1119 S3W[DDIN(5 PROTECT YOUR LOVED ONE From Thr Start With Low CoHl INSURANCE From Karrchrr m% Sure money might be tight at a nvwiy wed couple — but Insurance ii an investment newlywedi shouldn't be without-jee KAERCHER INSURANCE .for the protection you need — at a budget you con aMord. -.'14 If KA^RCHtR AGENCYij KAERCHER INSURANCE 725 S. EIGNTN 314-2113 r off Gamblers Sale Can You Gamble That What You Want Is Left 50% Regular Price 60% Regular Price 70% Regular Price 'n/ \\v. Feb. 15-17 All Sale Merchandise Feb. 19-21 All Sale Merchandise off Feb. 22-24 All Sale Merchandise Off Pll Sales Final • East Cliarleston • Tropicana at Pecos • Now at Tin Meadows Pll 6 Vernays • West Charleston • Henderson on Boulder Hwy. • Maryland Square I '• • n^^ •"' • ^ • ^

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Henderson Home News and Boulder City News VA Questions ond Answers Q • What is the Veteran^ Administration work study program? A 3>-Veteran students enr^ed as full time studEents may agree to work up to 250 hours per semester for which they are paid a maximum of $662.50. The maximum amount payable was changed to $725.00 Jan. 1. 1979, when the new minimum wage provision became efTectiveT Work sites may be VA regional offices, medical centers, or national cemeteries, as well as the college campus at which the veteran is enrolled. Q Since separation from active duty I have maintained my $10,000 National Service Life Insurance policy. Has the law changed to allow QUITTING BUSINESS r.v. ENTIRE INVENTORY WILL BE SOLD REGARDLESS OE PRICE! Vim we 00* lf~iin"it T-i^ m rritf Aff Famous Brands 1^^^^! Everything Must Gi 'A.i*' ...-..^f." IV*kA YOU SAVE UP TO 75% OFF MANY NEW LOW FppES! 10 PIECE PIT GROUP Oilon Velvet $699 QUEEN POSTER BED W(th2 night stands $299 SLEEPER I HEADBOARDS I $5 CHEST 3 PIECE V' TABLE SET < Glasi top ., KROEHLER RECLINER 1$159 BAR ft STOOLS $119 SOFA f-'ii S'/e 3 PIECE TABLE SET SOFAfr MATCHING ROCKER $160 LOVE SEAT Sloppv .'1979. You will not receive checks after that date until VA receives your completed questionaire. Q My husband is a veteran and has been told he's eligible for burial in a national cemetery. If I die before he does, can I be buried in a national cemetery on the basis of his eligibility? A Yes, you can. provided your husband Page 16 Thursday, Arthritis Group Organizing RASCO OPEN EVENINGS 'Til 9:00 pm IWon. thru Fri. Local rheumatologist Dr. Erol Turer will provide an overview of the lao different types of arthrities at the organizational meeting of the Arthritis Group being formed by the Nevada Chapter or the Arthritis Foundaton. The group will meet from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Conference Room of the Clark County Library, 1401 E. Flamingo Rd., on signs an agreement with the cemetery director that he will be buried in the same gravesite with you at the time of his death. Q My father is receiving pension from the Veterans Administration and was just placed in a nursing home. Is he entitled to any additional benefits? A Yes. A statement from the director or custodian of records at a nursing home verifying that a veteran is in need of nursing home care usually will justify aid and attendance benefits in addition to the veterans regular pension. LAKE MEAD I BOULDER HWY. PHONE 565-0737 75 CHEV. "VAN" 6 3SPEED $3195.00 74 VENTURA "6" AUTO TRAN.S $1599.00 74 SEEKING PLUS eiao^nn A HOT ONE' $Iv93.UU 73 CADILLAC •SHARP CAR' $2795.00 73 FORD GALAXIE 500 2-DOOR CLEAN $1595.00 73 LEMANS JDR SHARP4 ONLY $1595.00 72 MERCURY 2 DR Hl'NS LIKE NEW'" $1495.00 71 SPORT FURY 2 DK, NICE CAR $1199.00 72 FORD LTD 4DR ONLY $1395.00 71 DODGE P-U "6" $1495.00 '60 DODGE P-U "8" $695.00 '68 COUGAR LT GREEN $795.00 '65 LEMANS NEW .MAGS $795.00 '61 GMC "VAN" $795.00 IMMEDIAn CASH FOR CARS OR TRUCKS Tuesday, Feb. 20. 1979. For more information call 739-9460. "The goal of the Arthritis Foundation is to help our nation's 32 million victims of this painfully crippling disease and to find the means to prevent that one out of every seven Americans from becoming new victims each year." explained Fred Lowe, president of the loal chapter's board of directors. "The formation of this Arthritis Group is our flrrt step in that direction here in Las Vegas. It will give arthritis sufferers the opportunity to get together in an informal setting and discuss openly their fears, concerns and problems. It will also b an informative group where they seek answers to their questions and bring in guest speakers with expertise in sortie area of this disease," Lowe added. All interested persons are invited to attend this organization meeting. Vegos Valley Christion Churcli Pastor to Speok Twice Pastor Joel Rivers of Vegas Valley Christian Church, 5515 Mountain Vista. between Tropicana and Russell Road, will be speaking at the 10 a.m. Worship Service on "Jesus Teaching on Prayer", and at the 7:00 p.m. service on "Decision Making in Leadership." The Worship Choir will be singing with Susan Lesperance at the Organ and Teresa Chitwood at the piano. Special music will also be provided by the Turcotte family. The new children's church program is in full swing under the direction of Mrs. Gloria Campman and Mrs. Pat Bell during the 10 a.m. worship hour. The Sunday School classes for every age group begins at 9 a.m. each Sunday under the superintendent Mrs. Sheila Pagan; the classes are currently growing under her leadership. .A free nursery is available during the worship and study hours of the church. Acres of free off •, .street parking are available to all who attend this independent Christian Church cooperating with the .North American Christian Convention. •I PIDNT BAKE IT. I BOUGHT IT!' Roma Jensen (Mrs. Weldon). purchased a "Sweet Sixteen birthday cake at the Bakery Shoppe. Nevada Highway. Caught by the camera as she received the pink and white frosted morse! of •yumminess" Roma stated that her daughter, Kathy, was celebrating her sixteenth birthday on January 25th. Friends were invited to an informal party of the BoulderCity Jr. and Sr. High School Sophmore. Roma, originally from Pocatello, Idaho loves Boulder City living HAPPY BIRTHDAY. KATHY! DIETERS LOVE IHIS SKILLET Hioit' l.nv dollops ui butter you add to your ikillrl "jujl to ki'up food from i.tickmt;" an add up. Stop thn dollops with i nonttick pan! NEH STATE EXAM FOR REAL ESTATE LICENSE FEBRUARY 24,1979 With Education Dynanics Institute you tari't lose! With ten years of continuous development E.D I. has a crash course so effective, we offer a 100% money-back guarantee on passing the February 24,1979, Real Estate Exam! Real estate action In Las Vegas is now... Don't Oelay...Don't Flunk M^^M^ CALL NOW FOR FREE INFORMATION PACKFT Krom France, the land where the new "ilimtning cuisine" was born, comes a skillet that's fast beeominj one of the moat popular aids with dieten. It"s the nun-stick pan called T Fal, with ii unique suKace obtained through the mechanical Iwnd ing of pure PTFfc to melal Not one bit of fat ever has lu be added in cooking-|>ecau(e food ntvtr slicks And it's thai steady cutting of a few calories here and there that really makes tfcr'ijtffwence when you Want to trim down-aod sUy Uiat wiy forever 2635 N.06CATUR BLVD. 648-1522 Eoucanon SS2?rS? dSfl-lSai inSTTTUTS ^5lO"^illll 4642 S. VS\m ^tVAOA S OLOCST REAl E$TATC SCHOOL' Th ipMd of tfM Mrth'i tpMi iloNfi boyt I tacond i Mntury. il ] Henderson Home News and Boulder Cltv News p y^ 'INQUIRING CAMERA GIRL' ly He Raymond TODATS QVESTlOy: Whatuyour fwrsonal prediction for the United Staten in economic and foreign affain for 1979? Explain! Thursday, February 15,1979 SUMMARY: Prediction's are hard to make but this small poll f(ave an inklinp[ of what the American citizen is thinking about. All interviewed were concerned and offered fine suggestions on what could be improved for the USA in 1979! Baini wert utad n balloti by the anciant Graeki and Rommt: whita onat for yai, bJKk onai for no. ELENORE NEELY • HOMEMAKER We are becoming too entangled in foreign affairs economically. The old adage that "Charity begins at home" still rings true as far as the USA is concerned! People in this country are starving and without homes to .live inright now. This group includes many Senior Citizens who are struggling as I am one of them. It also looks as though we are heading ifor another war which Kolves absolutely "nothing!" BERT HANSEN RETIREDAs far as foreign affairs are concerned the whole world is in a mess and I feel the same pattern will prevail in economic affairs. I expect it will take a long time to straighten things out. Economic trade and the balance of foreign trade will be "ofT-keel" for awhile, but I think the American people will do all right in the long run! HERBERT NYE HERBS CHEVRON • PROPRIETOR My personal comment is that I happen to be an optimist on what ever happens in 1979.1 can adapt and live with it. I'm not a predictor in any case! MARGE WACASER SCHOOL CROSSING GUARD (NO PICTURE UPON REQUEST) We should cut down on foreign aid and put that money towards helping the elderly, handicapped and poor of our own country. These people need our help and I wish I could make this a happy prediction that would come true that we help our own people this year! seconds! NOTE: Interviews were conducted "at random" and at Bob's All Family Restaurant Boulder City! JACQUECRAIG-BOB'S ALL FAMILY RESTAURANT WAITRESS AND HOMEMAKER It doesn't look too good for 1979! I hope that President Carter will try to work on the suffering ec^^mic situation and will suceed in solving the problem. I also sincerely hope the President will avert any dangerous entanglement in foreign affairs. RASCO OPEN EVENINGS 'TIL 9:00 pm Mon. thru Fri. Emergency treatment within 60 seconds is our goal at Sunrise Hospital Medical Center. Sunrise Hospital presents Insta-Care At Sunribt Hospitdl. we believe that the patieni i problem should be taken care of first and foremost Neariv lOU Emergency Department health care professionals al Sunrise say;— •LET THE RED TAPE AND PAPER WORK WAIT Sunrise Hospital now presents INSTA CARE Our goal h to begin your emergency treatment within 60 seconds — that's whdt4iOU_have asked lor and that's our goal! Emergency treatment first —fill out the papers later. Your well-being comes first INSTA-CARE — a new way of saying peace of m\n4^ INSTACARE At Sunrise • Our goal-emergency • Treatment First treatment within 60 • Paperwork Last seconds Sunrise Hospital Medical Center 3116 MAIYIAND PAIKWAY • IAS VEGAS, NEVADA I9l0f TELCfHONE 731 BOOO MAGNIFICENT HOMES OVERLOOKING THE VEGAS VALLEY 2,3 8 4 BEDROOMS CUSTOM FEATURES INCLUDED IN PURCHASE PRICE: 0 Wall-to-wall carpeting throughout 0 Forced Air Heat OSodded Front Yards OG.E. Electric Range Air Conditioning OG.E. Dishwasher 0 Beautiful Hardwood Kitchen Cabinets o Insulated Walls and Ceilings 0 Smoke Alarm 0 Garbage Disposal OSpicious 2-Car Garage T.V. Outlet All Utilities Underground Vinyl Entry Stainless Steel Sinks O Sewer System Q Ceramic Tile in Tub • & Shower O Street Lights Concrete Drives and Walks Moen Single Lever Valves HRBtACES, DfWES 6 THE ROOFS ARE STANDARD IN All HOMES FROM *54.900 FHA. VA AND CONVENTlOm FINANCING 360 PALO VERDE DRIVE, ACROSS FROM BASIC HIGH SCHOOL HOMES OF /HENDERSON HALCO, INC. OttiC9 Offn Dtlly 10 till Du$k Bulhhn of QutHty Homm Phon9 504-3593 IMwM Daiy 2 pm 10 pm (tax included) 4.60 Thin. • Fah. 15 5 pm ? ALIYDUCANEAT 0%f Thun • FA 15 • 5 pm-9 pm m'BM* Thin. & Ri • FetL 156IS • S pnv9 pm T-Bwe Steak Z.9S • Soup or Salad Bar •H(K TIM J • '^^-'-"^ •^ • •^^• '-y*—^-"^ :

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Henderson Home News and Boulder City News VA Questions ond Answers Q • What is the Veteran^ Administration work study program? A 3>-Veteran students enr^ed as full time studEents may agree to work up to 250 hours per semester for which they are paid a maximum of $662.50. The maximum amount payable was changed to $725.00 Jan. 1. 1979, when the new minimum wage provision became efTectiveT Work sites may be VA regional offices, medical centers, or national cemeteries, as well as the college campus at which the veteran is enrolled. Q Since separation from active duty I have maintained my $10,000 National Service Life Insurance policy. Has the law changed to allow QUITTING BUSINESS r.v. ENTIRE INVENTORY WILL BE SOLD REGARDLESS OE PRICE! Vim we 00* lf~iin"it T-i^ m rritf Aff Famous Brands 1^^^^! Everything Must Gi 'A.i*' ...-..^f." IV*kA YOU SAVE UP TO 75% OFF MANY NEW LOW FppES! 10 PIECE PIT GROUP Oilon Velvet $699 QUEEN POSTER BED W(th2 night stands $299 SLEEPER I HEADBOARDS I $5 CHEST 3 PIECE V' TABLE SET < Glasi top ., KROEHLER RECLINER 1$159 BAR ft STOOLS $119 SOFA f-'ii S'/e 3 PIECE TABLE SET SOFAfr MATCHING ROCKER $160 LOVE SEAT Sloppv .'1979. You will not receive checks after that date until VA receives your completed questionaire. Q My husband is a veteran and has been told he's eligible for burial in a national cemetery. If I die before he does, can I be buried in a national cemetery on the basis of his eligibility? A Yes, you can. provided your husband Page 16 Thursday, Arthritis Group Organizing RASCO OPEN EVENINGS 'Til 9:00 pm IWon. thru Fri. Local rheumatologist Dr. Erol Turer will provide an overview of the lao different types of arthrities at the organizational meeting of the Arthritis Group being formed by the Nevada Chapter or the Arthritis Foundaton. The group will meet from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Conference Room of the Clark County Library, 1401 E. Flamingo Rd., on signs an agreement with the cemetery director that he will be buried in the same gravesite with you at the time of his death. Q My father is receiving pension from the Veterans Administration and was just placed in a nursing home. Is he entitled to any additional benefits? A Yes. A statement from the director or custodian of records at a nursing home verifying that a veteran is in need of nursing home care usually will justify aid and attendance benefits in addition to the veterans regular pension. LAKE MEAD I BOULDER HWY. PHONE 565-0737 75 CHEV. "VAN" 6 3SPEED $3195.00 74 VENTURA "6" AUTO TRAN.S $1599.00 74 SEEKING PLUS eiao^nn A HOT ONE' $Iv93.UU 73 CADILLAC •SHARP CAR' $2795.00 73 FORD GALAXIE 500 2-DOOR CLEAN $1595.00 73 LEMANS JDR SHARP4 ONLY $1595.00 72 MERCURY 2 DR Hl'NS LIKE NEW'" $1495.00 71 SPORT FURY 2 DK, NICE CAR $1199.00 72 FORD LTD 4DR ONLY $1395.00 71 DODGE P-U "6" $1495.00 '60 DODGE P-U "8" $695.00 '68 COUGAR LT GREEN $795.00 '65 LEMANS NEW .MAGS $795.00 '61 GMC "VAN" $795.00 IMMEDIAn CASH FOR CARS OR TRUCKS Tuesday, Feb. 20. 1979. For more information call 739-9460. "The goal of the Arthritis Foundation is to help our nation's 32 million victims of this painfully crippling disease and to find the means to prevent that one out of every seven Americans from becoming new victims each year." explained Fred Lowe, president of the loal chapter's board of directors. "The formation of this Arthritis Group is our flrrt step in that direction here in Las Vegas. It will give arthritis sufferers the opportunity to get together in an informal setting and discuss openly their fears, concerns and problems. It will also b an informative group where they seek answers to their questions and bring in guest speakers with expertise in sortie area of this disease," Lowe added. All interested persons are invited to attend this organization meeting. Vegos Valley Christion Churcli Pastor to Speok Twice Pastor Joel Rivers of Vegas Valley Christian Church, 5515 Mountain Vista. between Tropicana and Russell Road, will be speaking at the 10 a.m. Worship Service on "Jesus Teaching on Prayer", and at the 7:00 p.m. service on "Decision Making in Leadership." The Worship Choir will be singing with Susan Lesperance at the Organ and Teresa Chitwood at the piano. Special music will also be provided by the Turcotte family. The new children's church program is in full swing under the direction of Mrs. Gloria Campman and Mrs. Pat Bell during the 10 a.m. worship hour. The Sunday School classes for every age group begins at 9 a.m. each Sunday under the superintendent Mrs. Sheila Pagan; the classes are currently growing under her leadership. .A free nursery is available during the worship and study hours of the church. Acres of free off •, .street parking are available to all who attend this independent Christian Church cooperating with the .North American Christian Convention. •I PIDNT BAKE IT. I BOUGHT IT!' Roma Jensen (Mrs. Weldon). purchased a "Sweet Sixteen birthday cake at the Bakery Shoppe. Nevada Highway. Caught by the camera as she received the pink and white frosted morse! of •yumminess" Roma stated that her daughter, Kathy, was celebrating her sixteenth birthday on January 25th. Friends were invited to an informal party of the BoulderCity Jr. and Sr. High School Sophmore. Roma, originally from Pocatello, Idaho loves Boulder City living HAPPY BIRTHDAY. KATHY! DIETERS LOVE IHIS SKILLET Hioit' l.nv dollops ui butter you add to your ikillrl "jujl to ki'up food from i.tickmt;" an add up. Stop thn dollops with i nonttick pan! NEH STATE EXAM FOR REAL ESTATE LICENSE FEBRUARY 24,1979 With Education Dynanics Institute you tari't lose! With ten years of continuous development E.D I. has a crash course so effective, we offer a 100% money-back guarantee on passing the February 24,1979, Real Estate Exam! Real estate action In Las Vegas is now... Don't Oelay...Don't Flunk M^^M^ CALL NOW FOR FREE INFORMATION PACKFT Krom France, the land where the new "ilimtning cuisine" was born, comes a skillet that's fast beeominj one of the moat popular aids with dieten. It"s the nun-stick pan called T Fal, with ii unique suKace obtained through the mechanical Iwnd ing of pure PTFfc to melal Not one bit of fat ever has lu be added in cooking-|>ecau(e food ntvtr slicks And it's thai steady cutting of a few calories here and there that really makes tfcr'ijtffwence when you Want to trim down-aod sUy Uiat wiy forever 2635 N.06CATUR BLVD. 648-1522 Eoucanon SS2?rS? dSfl-lSai inSTTTUTS ^5lO"^illll 4642 S. VS\m ^tVAOA S OLOCST REAl E$TATC SCHOOL' Th ipMd of tfM Mrth'i tpMi iloNfi boyt I tacond i Mntury. il ] Henderson Home News and Boulder Cltv News p y^ 'INQUIRING CAMERA GIRL' ly He Raymond TODATS QVESTlOy: Whatuyour fwrsonal prediction for the United Staten in economic and foreign affain for 1979? Explain! Thursday, February 15,1979 SUMMARY: Prediction's are hard to make but this small poll f(ave an inklinp[ of what the American citizen is thinking about. All interviewed were concerned and offered fine suggestions on what could be improved for the USA in 1979! Baini wert utad n balloti by the anciant Graeki and Rommt: whita onat for yai, bJKk onai for no. ELENORE NEELY • HOMEMAKER We are becoming too entangled in foreign affairs economically. The old adage that "Charity begins at home" still rings true as far as the USA is concerned! People in this country are starving and without homes to .live inright now. This group includes many Senior Citizens who are struggling as I am one of them. It also looks as though we are heading ifor another war which Kolves absolutely "nothing!" BERT HANSEN RETIREDAs far as foreign affairs are concerned the whole world is in a mess and I feel the same pattern will prevail in economic affairs. I expect it will take a long time to straighten things out. Economic trade and the balance of foreign trade will be "ofT-keel" for awhile, but I think the American people will do all right in the long run! HERBERT NYE HERBS CHEVRON • PROPRIETOR My personal comment is that I happen to be an optimist on what ever happens in 1979.1 can adapt and live with it. I'm not a predictor in any case! MARGE WACASER SCHOOL CROSSING GUARD (NO PICTURE UPON REQUEST) We should cut down on foreign aid and put that money towards helping the elderly, handicapped and poor of our own country. These people need our help and I wish I could make this a happy prediction that would come true that we help our own people this year! seconds! NOTE: Interviews were conducted "at random" and at Bob's All Family Restaurant Boulder City! JACQUECRAIG-BOB'S ALL FAMILY RESTAURANT WAITRESS AND HOMEMAKER It doesn't look too good for 1979! I hope that President Carter will try to work on the suffering ec^^mic situation and will suceed in solving the problem. I also sincerely hope the President will avert any dangerous entanglement in foreign affairs. RASCO OPEN EVENINGS 'TIL 9:00 pm Mon. thru Fri. Emergency treatment within 60 seconds is our goal at Sunrise Hospital Medical Center. Sunrise Hospital presents Insta-Care At Sunribt Hospitdl. we believe that the patieni i problem should be taken care of first and foremost Neariv lOU Emergency Department health care professionals al Sunrise say;— •LET THE RED TAPE AND PAPER WORK WAIT Sunrise Hospital now presents INSTA CARE Our goal h to begin your emergency treatment within 60 seconds — that's whdt4iOU_have asked lor and that's our goal! Emergency treatment first —fill out the papers later. Your well-being comes first INSTA-CARE — a new way of saying peace of m\n4^ INSTACARE At Sunrise • Our goal-emergency • Treatment First treatment within 60 • Paperwork Last seconds Sunrise Hospital Medical Center 3116 MAIYIAND PAIKWAY • IAS VEGAS, NEVADA I9l0f TELCfHONE 731 BOOO MAGNIFICENT HOMES OVERLOOKING THE VEGAS VALLEY 2,3 8 4 BEDROOMS CUSTOM FEATURES INCLUDED IN PURCHASE PRICE: 0 Wall-to-wall carpeting throughout 0 Forced Air Heat OSodded Front Yards OG.E. Electric Range Air Conditioning OG.E. Dishwasher 0 Beautiful Hardwood Kitchen Cabinets o Insulated Walls and Ceilings 0 Smoke Alarm 0 Garbage Disposal OSpicious 2-Car Garage T.V. Outlet All Utilities Underground Vinyl Entry Stainless Steel Sinks O Sewer System Q Ceramic Tile in Tub • & Shower O Street Lights Concrete Drives and Walks Moen Single Lever Valves HRBtACES, DfWES 6 THE ROOFS ARE STANDARD IN All HOMES FROM *54.900 FHA. VA AND CONVENTlOm FINANCING 360 PALO VERDE DRIVE, ACROSS FROM BASIC HIGH SCHOOL HOMES OF /HENDERSON HALCO, INC. OttiC9 Offn Dtlly 10 till Du$k Bulhhn of QutHty Homm Phon9 504-3593 IMwM Daiy 2 pm 10 pm (tax included) 4.60 Thin. • Fah. 15 5 pm ? ALIYDUCANEAT 0%f Thun • FA 15 • 5 pm-9 pm m'BM* Thin. & Ri • FetL 156IS • S pnv9 pm T-Bwe Steak Z.9S • Soup or Salad Bar •H(K TIM J • '^^-'-"^ •^ • •^^• '-y*—^-"^ :

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HvndtTMn Ham* Nw* and Bouldtr CHy r4wt Page 18 "Pinocchio*' now playing at the Rainbow Theatre It is I cold and bitter ni|ht and ih only lighted window in town belongs to a kindt>old woodcarver named Geppeito Seeking a warm place to spend the night, a vagabond by the name of Jimmy Cricket slips unnoticed into the toy-filled woodshop and lakes his place near the hearth Jimmy observes Geppetto putting the finishing touches on his latest creation, a httle wooden puppet named Pinocchio. Despite the companionship of a frisky feline named Figaro and a glamorous goldfish named Cleo. Geppetto voices his hope for a son on the wishing star. The lonely woodcarver's dreams are answered that very evening when the Blue Fairy appears to pve life to his puppet She tells nnocchio he must prove himself wonhy of becoming a real boy and appoints Jiminy to act as his official conscience The activity in the workshop awakens Geppetto from a sound sleep and he nervously goes to investigate He is overjoyed to discover the miraculous transformation which has occurred and a spirited celebration follows The next day Geppetto sends Pinocchio off to scnool Pinocchio IS sidetracked on his way to school by a couple of scheming con artists. J Worthingion Foulfellow and his feline sidekick Gideon The dishonest duo see a unique opportunity to exploit the lad by selling him to a traseling marionette show They are convinced the greedy puppetmaster Stromboli will pay a fortune for the incredible "puppet without strings" and proceed to fill Pinocchio's wooden head with joyous thoughts of the theatre He willingly accompanies them. Pinocchio's stage debut is a smash success and Stromboli imprisons his star in a cage following the performance to protect his investment. When the Blue Fairy comes to the rescue, Pinocchio invents a tall tale about how he got into this predicament As his nose begins to grow longer and longer, the hairy explains that "a lie grows and grows until it's as plain as the nose on your face.' Pinocchio understands and promises lo always ^ell the truth. The boy and his conscience escape from Stromboh's wagon. It isn't long before Pinocchio meets up with Foulfellow and Gideon once again This time, the pair convince him to join a band of young boys who are headed for Pleasure Island. In reality, the boy has been sold to the evil Coachman, a blackhearted mercenary who kidnaps wayward boys and takes titem to an island from which they never return—as boys. They are transformed into donkeys. Jiminy follows his ward to the island where, with his new friend Lampwick. he is gorging himself on beer and cigars The transformation begun, even Pinocchio has sprouted long ears and a tail With Jiminy's assistance, they manage to escape in the nick of time and swim for home. Arriving at the workshop, they discover that Geppeilo has gone off 10 search for Ihem and has been swallowed by Monstro the Whale in the process Determined to save his father, Pinocchio (and Jiminv) dive to the bottom ol the sea where they are also swallowed by Monilro. Inside the whale's belly, thev are fistied up by Geppetto, who is still aboard his wrecked boat with Figaro and Cleo. Afier a happy reunion. Pinocchio comes up with an ingenious escape plan. He lights a fire which causes the whale to sneeze and sends them sailing out on a raft. The trick works, but Monstro is furious and pursues them in a terrifyini high-speed chase As they paddle for shore, the whale's tail comes crashing down on their raft, bruking it to bits. Floating in the water, Geppetto tells Pinocchio to save himself, but the boy will hear none of it. He MAT PIN 2-6 L YEM ROUND] BY BOB NESOFF PITFALLS OF THE WILDERNESS FAMILY The outdoors may have been set back 30 years by the current version of "Wildeniess Family Part II." At the behest of three little ones we trekked to the movies to see the fUck. thinking, "Isn't it wonderful, a picture that the entire family can see together. And on a subject we enjoy so much." We found ourselves rooting for the avalanche instead of the hero, for the marauding wolverine instead of the Wilderness Family. Any family with as little common sense as this group of fugitive pavement pounders has absolutely no business m the wilderness. They should have stayed back home and fought the traffic jams instead of the elements. The better half has always accused me of being too much of a stickler for details in movies, but here she was. laughing her head off and making conunent about how it was impossible for anyone who knew anything alwut the outdoors to have had a hand in making this picture The unfortunate thing is that many children will now see it and nurture their ideas of the way things should be They will digest all of the misinformation and become potential hazards to themselves in the woods. And m an effort to appease anti-hunting groups, the producers show the hero screaming at wolves threatening his family instead of shooting at them. But then he turns around and downs a magnificent bull elk with one shot and manages to psych out the wolves menacing the elk. After killing the elk, which, judging from its size would probably have dressed out to more than 300 pounds, he cuts off one small piece to take home and leaves the rest to rot. No precautions are taken to protect stored food from wild ammals. no precautions are taken to protect wandering children from wild animals. Glass windows aren't boarded up or shuttered to insure against flying debris in the violent storm. They have what appears to be an electncpowered transceiver, but there is no electricity to power it. Yet. magically, it seems to work. If you enjoy camping or just being in the out-ofdoors, try watching something a little more realistic than the "WiMemess Family," say perhaps the "Mickey Mouse Club I 1979 McNaught Synd. wSLV ^-JtM! A HI H gPSBrrt ITOMWF>T heroically orags tne weary tjeppetlo to shore. When Geppetto comes to, he diKOvers the lifeless body of Pinocchio by the water's edge A lunercal atmosphere hangs over Geppetio's workshop as they relive Pinocchio's noble sacrifice. But the Blue Fairy's voice Is heard, echoing her prolhise that if Pinocchio were to prove himself worthy, he would become a real live boy — and he does. It is a happy ending for all. Geppetto finally has his son and jiminy Cricket has his official conscience badge. CWa't Disney Producions DOTTISO THt EYE Kindh old Kooj.anff Orppfiiir places ihr rtinAmj touchft on hi' proud crralum a hlllr oondrn lt 4o^ KianSHcodlfldlirMuMr Wrapped CO70 American Cheese Food tMji 'iC • taParkKnecliwuralof ft4 CO Meat Or Beef Franks i-u 1 ^^ FROZEN FOOD SAVINGS mod ,$019 Chicken Ice Cream H.. U< I ** UMUPwflMII IN* IM1 tin COMBS "^^ • AlksrtseM CsMSi • ~ ^ V-8 Julca 48' iN. 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The sharp to be offirienl-and company which made it it expert sharpeners are .scarce, named Crescent Like many So Nicholson, makers of TO CONSUMERS Chain saws are handy to prune Iri'i's ur keep the "firsUs." the item and it* maker's name became one and the same, and ttill are An adjusttblejaw wrench is a toolbox essential because il does the work of a whole saws for 100 plus years, dex.loped i. chainsaw file guide with a btiill-in angle tha gives prolcsiiKmal resulLs in the hands of a beginner. 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HvndtTMn Ham* Nw* and Bouldtr CHy r4wt Page 18 "Pinocchio*' now playing at the Rainbow Theatre It is I cold and bitter ni|ht and ih only lighted window in town belongs to a kindt>old woodcarver named Geppeito Seeking a warm place to spend the night, a vagabond by the name of Jimmy Cricket slips unnoticed into the toy-filled woodshop and lakes his place near the hearth Jimmy observes Geppetto putting the finishing touches on his latest creation, a httle wooden puppet named Pinocchio. Despite the companionship of a frisky feline named Figaro and a glamorous goldfish named Cleo. Geppetto voices his hope for a son on the wishing star. The lonely woodcarver's dreams are answered that very evening when the Blue Fairy appears to pve life to his puppet She tells nnocchio he must prove himself wonhy of becoming a real boy and appoints Jiminy to act as his official conscience The activity in the workshop awakens Geppetto from a sound sleep and he nervously goes to investigate He is overjoyed to discover the miraculous transformation which has occurred and a spirited celebration follows The next day Geppetto sends Pinocchio off to scnool Pinocchio IS sidetracked on his way to school by a couple of scheming con artists. J Worthingion Foulfellow and his feline sidekick Gideon The dishonest duo see a unique opportunity to exploit the lad by selling him to a traseling marionette show They are convinced the greedy puppetmaster Stromboli will pay a fortune for the incredible "puppet without strings" and proceed to fill Pinocchio's wooden head with joyous thoughts of the theatre He willingly accompanies them. Pinocchio's stage debut is a smash success and Stromboli imprisons his star in a cage following the performance to protect his investment. When the Blue Fairy comes to the rescue, Pinocchio invents a tall tale about how he got into this predicament As his nose begins to grow longer and longer, the hairy explains that "a lie grows and grows until it's as plain as the nose on your face.' Pinocchio understands and promises lo always ^ell the truth. The boy and his conscience escape from Stromboh's wagon. It isn't long before Pinocchio meets up with Foulfellow and Gideon once again This time, the pair convince him to join a band of young boys who are headed for Pleasure Island. In reality, the boy has been sold to the evil Coachman, a blackhearted mercenary who kidnaps wayward boys and takes titem to an island from which they never return—as boys. They are transformed into donkeys. Jiminy follows his ward to the island where, with his new friend Lampwick. he is gorging himself on beer and cigars The transformation begun, even Pinocchio has sprouted long ears and a tail With Jiminy's assistance, they manage to escape in the nick of time and swim for home. Arriving at the workshop, they discover that Geppeilo has gone off 10 search for Ihem and has been swallowed by Monstro the Whale in the process Determined to save his father, Pinocchio (and Jiminv) dive to the bottom ol the sea where they are also swallowed by Monilro. Inside the whale's belly, thev are fistied up by Geppetto, who is still aboard his wrecked boat with Figaro and Cleo. Afier a happy reunion. Pinocchio comes up with an ingenious escape plan. He lights a fire which causes the whale to sneeze and sends them sailing out on a raft. The trick works, but Monstro is furious and pursues them in a terrifyini high-speed chase As they paddle for shore, the whale's tail comes crashing down on their raft, bruking it to bits. Floating in the water, Geppetto tells Pinocchio to save himself, but the boy will hear none of it. He MAT PIN 2-6 L YEM ROUND] BY BOB NESOFF PITFALLS OF THE WILDERNESS FAMILY The outdoors may have been set back 30 years by the current version of "Wildeniess Family Part II." At the behest of three little ones we trekked to the movies to see the fUck. thinking, "Isn't it wonderful, a picture that the entire family can see together. And on a subject we enjoy so much." We found ourselves rooting for the avalanche instead of the hero, for the marauding wolverine instead of the Wilderness Family. Any family with as little common sense as this group of fugitive pavement pounders has absolutely no business m the wilderness. They should have stayed back home and fought the traffic jams instead of the elements. The better half has always accused me of being too much of a stickler for details in movies, but here she was. laughing her head off and making conunent about how it was impossible for anyone who knew anything alwut the outdoors to have had a hand in making this picture The unfortunate thing is that many children will now see it and nurture their ideas of the way things should be They will digest all of the misinformation and become potential hazards to themselves in the woods. And m an effort to appease anti-hunting groups, the producers show the hero screaming at wolves threatening his family instead of shooting at them. But then he turns around and downs a magnificent bull elk with one shot and manages to psych out the wolves menacing the elk. After killing the elk, which, judging from its size would probably have dressed out to more than 300 pounds, he cuts off one small piece to take home and leaves the rest to rot. No precautions are taken to protect stored food from wild ammals. no precautions are taken to protect wandering children from wild animals. Glass windows aren't boarded up or shuttered to insure against flying debris in the violent storm. They have what appears to be an electncpowered transceiver, but there is no electricity to power it. Yet. magically, it seems to work. If you enjoy camping or just being in the out-ofdoors, try watching something a little more realistic than the "WiMemess Family," say perhaps the "Mickey Mouse Club I 1979 McNaught Synd. wSLV ^-JtM! A HI H gPSBrrt ITOMWF>T heroically orags tne weary tjeppetlo to shore. When Geppetto comes to, he diKOvers the lifeless body of Pinocchio by the water's edge A lunercal atmosphere hangs over Geppetio's workshop as they relive Pinocchio's noble sacrifice. But the Blue Fairy's voice Is heard, echoing her prolhise that if Pinocchio were to prove himself worthy, he would become a real live boy — and he does. It is a happy ending for all. Geppetto finally has his son and jiminy Cricket has his official conscience badge. CWa't Disney Producions DOTTISO THt EYE Kindh old Kooj.anff Orppfiiir places ihr rtinAmj touchft on hi' proud crralum a hlllr oondrn lt 4o^ KianSHcodlfldlirMuMr Wrapped CO70 American Cheese Food tMji 'iC • taParkKnecliwuralof ft4 CO Meat Or Beef Franks i-u 1 ^^ FROZEN FOOD SAVINGS mod ,$019 Chicken Ice Cream H.. U< I ** UMUPwflMII IN* IM1 tin COMBS "^^ • AlksrtseM CsMSi • ~ ^ V-8 Julca 48' iN. 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The sharp to be offirienl-and company which made it it expert sharpeners are .scarce, named Crescent Like many So Nicholson, makers of TO CONSUMERS Chain saws are handy to prune Iri'i's ur keep the "firsUs." the item and it* maker's name became one and the same, and ttill are An adjusttblejaw wrench is a toolbox essential because il does the work of a whole saws for 100 plus years, dex.loped i. chainsaw file guide with a btiill-in angle tha gives prolcsiiKmal resulLs in the hands of a beginner. At under $9. it How To Shop By Mail fly Jane t'laiis Whether you're one of America's 19 million working mothers, or IK million mothers who don't work out side the home, you've probably found that your busy lifestyle leaves little time for shopping and little tolerance for traffic, crowds and plowing through racks of clothes set of nxed-opening tools at pays for itsell the first time a fraction of the cost. usi'd Measuring it somehow Perhaps the most practical neccuary with almost every advice makers of tools offer K>b we tackle A steel tape is that they be used only for with a positive non-slip the purpuMintended, and blad* locking device and an that top quality is true end hook that frees one economy. That means, for hand for marking is best fur example, that a good scrcwmaximum accuracy and driver should last an owner's JANE EVANS says clothet shopping by mail is "tailor made" (or busy women. Fortunately, shopping for clothes by mail can be easy. 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H*nd*nen Horn* Ntws and teuldtr City Hvtn Page 20 Thursday. February 15.1979 Henderson Home News and Boulder Ci^ News Page 21 Therms a^diferencem^adn^Mmti Thursday. February 15.1079 ons.„ Cometo Nevada Savings. iJiscover the Big-Safe Riendly Higher-Than-Bank-Intereston Savings Why take less than the highest interest paid in America on savings insured by a U.S. Government agency? Move up to Nevada Savings' top interest. Enjoy in-and-out passbot^k savings convenience plus super-high earnings on certificate accounts with our Balanced Savings Program. FreeSafeDepositBox.t.andMore Place your valuables and precious documents in a steel-vault protected safe deposit box... so convenient right at Nevada Savings. Other helpful customer services include free money orders and travelers cheques, free trust deed collection, free photo copies and more. The'*BigSafeFriendly" Institution Behind your Nevada Savings passb(X)k and savings certificate stands the great size and strength of one of the West s largest, soundly managed sa\ ings"^ institutions, where personalized service is more than a creed... its our way of doing business with profitminded, safety-minded sa\ers throughout Nevada. MgherlnterestWith Daily Availabilityof Funds 8.00%=8.33% 7.75%=8.06% S' 000 minimum aeposi! 6 (a: iivKigs cefiiiiMie weiesi s conwMidM Mtv' 7.50%=7.79% $1000 mmimuir oetojii 4|(e*MKin9scwi1|iC |JJ|||' 6.75%=6.98% SiOOO-nmmumawosit .TOiwhss^ingscwucate mwest isconxwiMMn,6.50%=6.72% iOOO • ww.i)TOrt '2momhs',a,in55ceniica(e (nte.esi,sc(y-W)ndrtoaii,.,^5.75%=5.92% rooownoe()05rt M,s*Bscrtce we.esi,scowwwfl*i,•Minimum s.v,ngs balance required for these free cuMomer services. 5.25% =5.39% Regu< Dassdook Kum You may teoKt or wdidiaw m iy anoum any nme *itti imetesi co wpouiiflal dWy torn day oi deoosn to uiy o( witnouwn BIG SAFE-FRIENDLY Money Market Account. 6-month Certificate earns .25% more than Treasury Bills. $10,000 minimum deposit. Federal regulations require a substantial interest penalty for early withdrawal NEVADA SAVINGS 201 Las Vegas Blvd South' (corner of Carson) .W5-2222 eTTO AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Over 1/3 billion dollars strong 34J0 Tropicana Avenue (corner of Pecoil • WS2222 1200 East Charlcjion Blvd (corner Maryland Parkwayi .V(.S-2222 4800 West Charleston Blvd. (corner of Decaturi • W5-2222 6110 West Spring Mountain Road (corner South Jones Blvd t .Vi5-2222 ac)iO Boulder Ciry 1027 Nevada Hwy. MT^ Maryland Parkway (Near Desert Inn Road) .ViS-2222 .VV)0 West Sahara Avenue (corner Valley View Drivel .W-2222 Home Office • Jf tk* Dixon Feotwed Soloist in Muska! Arts WoHahop Perfonnaiice Heidi Dixon, Cultura Soprano, of Boulder City is one of the featured soloists who will perform in the Musical Arts Workshop performance of Handel's Israel in Egypt on March 4 t 3:30 p.m. in Artemus W. Ham Concert Hall on the UNLV campus in Las Vegas. Dr. Jerold D. Ottley, Musical Director for the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, will be the guest conductor. RASCO OPM EVENINGS Til 9:00 pm Mon* timi rfi* the Egyptians and the Exodus of Israel through the RedSea.The worlc will be performed by a double chorus of 200 prepared by resident Musical Arts Worlcshop conductor Dr. Douglas R. Peterson and special guest director Nancy Musgrove. Tickets for this performance may be obtained from any chorus member, or by writing the Musical Arts Workshop, 3950 Springhill Drive, Las Vegas. Nevada 89121 or from Ronald Dixon, 1522 Mancha Dr. 293-5246. General admission tickets are $5.00 for adults and $3.00 for students, military, and senior citizens. Phone: 451-6672 (after 8 p.m. on weekdays) This program is made possible, in part, through a grant from the Nevada State Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency. ^ • • • • • • • i Ualley Liquidators 333 SUNSET RD. VCOPPBtfilRCHi VUTE BIRCH r WHITE BIRCH 5.75 PANEL ADHESIVE PANa NAILS U5 Mrs. Dixon recently moved to Boulder City from Bethseda, Maryland, where she sang and studied with Berenice Yingling, well know music coach in Washington, D.C. She began her early musical training at the Kansas City Conservatory of Music. She studied further at Brigham Young University andL Washington University in St. Louis. Handel's oratorio for double chorus and orchestra depicts in music the plagues visited upon tir. JewU D. Ottley to Conduct Picture Your Pet's Personality SORENSEN'S SEWING CENTER I 509 Ave. C, Boulder City. Nevada 293-3770 I $IM i Strvkt All Mokt I *MI< Singer Approved Dealer Belvedere Sewing Machines Royil Vacuum Cleaners Dripei-Mini Blinds Custommade Needle Work • Latch Hook Rugs Crewel Kits Embroidery Floss Pure Water DisUllers FABRIC YARN PATTERNS NOTIONS TRIMS LINENS NEEDLEPOINT Some dogs are humble and ingratiating in their efforts to make you love thrm. Others, with supreme confidence in their beauty and breeding, allow you to admire them. Both have great appeal as picture subjects, but the latter type is probably easier to photograph because they lend to po.se naturally. Getting good pictures of such dogs is largely a matter of seeing —and seizing —the opportunities as they arise. With other dof^s, it will probably be necessary to plan ahead to produce the effect you want. • • • • • • • •I • • • • • • • •• • • • • • • • • • •• • • • • • • § • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • ••• • • • • • ••(^ • • • • • • •• • • ^ • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •a ^Mi^^^i Visit Our Liberal Keno meet • Tom marsJioil Keno monagef SpecloJs Llve25*fnin. Dice Come 1111111 |^J iil. i. 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H*nd*nen Horn* Ntws and teuldtr City Hvtn Page 20 Thursday. February 15.1979 Henderson Home News and Boulder Ci^ News Page 21 Therms a^diferencem^adn^Mmti Thursday. February 15.1079 ons.„ Cometo Nevada Savings. iJiscover the Big-Safe Riendly Higher-Than-Bank-Intereston Savings Why take less than the highest interest paid in America on savings insured by a U.S. Government agency? Move up to Nevada Savings' top interest. Enjoy in-and-out passbot^k savings convenience plus super-high earnings on certificate accounts with our Balanced Savings Program. FreeSafeDepositBox.t.andMore Place your valuables and precious documents in a steel-vault protected safe deposit box... so convenient right at Nevada Savings. Other helpful customer services include free money orders and travelers cheques, free trust deed collection, free photo copies and more. The'*BigSafeFriendly" Institution Behind your Nevada Savings passb(X)k and savings certificate stands the great size and strength of one of the West s largest, soundly managed sa\ ings"^ institutions, where personalized service is more than a creed... its our way of doing business with profitminded, safety-minded sa\ers throughout Nevada. MgherlnterestWith Daily Availabilityof Funds 8.00%=8.33% 7.75%=8.06% S' 000 minimum aeposi! 6 (a: iivKigs cefiiiiMie weiesi s conwMidM Mtv' 7.50%=7.79% $1000 mmimuir oetojii 4|(e*MKin9scwi1|iC |JJ|||' 6.75%=6.98% SiOOO-nmmumawosit .TOiwhss^ingscwucate mwest isconxwiMMn,6.50%=6.72% iOOO • ww.i)TOrt '2momhs',a,in55ceniica(e (nte.esi,sc(y-W)ndrtoaii,.,^5.75%=5.92% rooownoe()05rt M,s*Bscrtce we.esi,scowwwfl*i,•Minimum s.v,ngs balance required for these free cuMomer services. 5.25% =5.39% Regu< Dassdook Kum You may teoKt or wdidiaw m iy anoum any nme *itti imetesi co wpouiiflal dWy torn day oi deoosn to uiy o( witnouwn BIG SAFE-FRIENDLY Money Market Account. 6-month Certificate earns .25% more than Treasury Bills. $10,000 minimum deposit. Federal regulations require a substantial interest penalty for early withdrawal NEVADA SAVINGS 201 Las Vegas Blvd South' (corner of Carson) .W5-2222 eTTO AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Over 1/3 billion dollars strong 34J0 Tropicana Avenue (corner of Pecoil • WS2222 1200 East Charlcjion Blvd (corner Maryland Parkwayi .V(.S-2222 4800 West Charleston Blvd. (corner of Decaturi • W5-2222 6110 West Spring Mountain Road (corner South Jones Blvd t .Vi5-2222 ac)iO Boulder Ciry 1027 Nevada Hwy. MT^ Maryland Parkway (Near Desert Inn Road) .ViS-2222 .VV)0 West Sahara Avenue (corner Valley View Drivel .W-2222 Home Office • Jf tk* Dixon Feotwed Soloist in Muska! Arts WoHahop Perfonnaiice Heidi Dixon, Cultura Soprano, of Boulder City is one of the featured soloists who will perform in the Musical Arts Workshop performance of Handel's Israel in Egypt on March 4 t 3:30 p.m. in Artemus W. Ham Concert Hall on the UNLV campus in Las Vegas. Dr. Jerold D. Ottley, Musical Director for the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, will be the guest conductor. RASCO OPM EVENINGS Til 9:00 pm Mon* timi rfi* the Egyptians and the Exodus of Israel through the RedSea.The worlc will be performed by a double chorus of 200 prepared by resident Musical Arts Worlcshop conductor Dr. Douglas R. Peterson and special guest director Nancy Musgrove. Tickets for this performance may be obtained from any chorus member, or by writing the Musical Arts Workshop, 3950 Springhill Drive, Las Vegas. Nevada 89121 or from Ronald Dixon, 1522 Mancha Dr. 293-5246. General admission tickets are $5.00 for adults and $3.00 for students, military, and senior citizens. Phone: 451-6672 (after 8 p.m. on weekdays) This program is made possible, in part, through a grant from the Nevada State Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency. ^ • • • • • • • i Ualley Liquidators 333 SUNSET RD. VCOPPBtfilRCHi VUTE BIRCH r WHITE BIRCH 5.75 PANEL ADHESIVE PANa NAILS U5 Mrs. Dixon recently moved to Boulder City from Bethseda, Maryland, where she sang and studied with Berenice Yingling, well know music coach in Washington, D.C. She began her early musical training at the Kansas City Conservatory of Music. She studied further at Brigham Young University andL Washington University in St. Louis. Handel's oratorio for double chorus and orchestra depicts in music the plagues visited upon tir. JewU D. Ottley to Conduct Picture Your Pet's Personality SORENSEN'S SEWING CENTER I 509 Ave. C, Boulder City. Nevada 293-3770 I $IM i Strvkt All Mokt I *MI< Singer Approved Dealer Belvedere Sewing Machines Royil Vacuum Cleaners Dripei-Mini Blinds Custommade Needle Work • Latch Hook Rugs Crewel Kits Embroidery Floss Pure Water DisUllers FABRIC YARN PATTERNS NOTIONS TRIMS LINENS NEEDLEPOINT Some dogs are humble and ingratiating in their efforts to make you love thrm. Others, with supreme confidence in their beauty and breeding, allow you to admire them. Both have great appeal as picture subjects, but the latter type is probably easier to photograph because they lend to po.se naturally. Getting good pictures of such dogs is largely a matter of seeing —and seizing —the opportunities as they arise. With other dof^s, it will probably be necessary to plan ahead to produce the effect you want. • • • • • • • •I • • • • • • • •• • • • • • • • • • •• • • • • • • § • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • ••• • • • • • ••(^ • • • • • • •• • • ^ • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •a ^Mi^^^i Visit Our Liberal Keno meet • Tom marsJioil Keno monagef SpecloJs Llve25*fnin. Dice Come 1111111 |^J iil. i. H 'i!""""iUII!U!5t I • t I I • j i I I I I I I M • • Uttt*^^ t I ' M > • f^tfrs SPECIALSUNDAY Servedl pm Soup and Salad Prime Rib of ^ na • Mashed or baked potato • Vegetable du jour • Rol b butter • Coffee, tea or mik NoObigatnn OF COUPON 8 BRING TOOURCAGEII _, DRNMNG SUN, Fa IIIH WFW-llMBFIIlaBYa illil. to-MOO. 2nd-m Soup Baked Ham 3nl-*35.7 AT *25. # No Employess • Mut be prmnt to win • 21 yw of age or owf and Pan Fried Brook Trout t • Hendef

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Henderson Home News and Boulder City News Cactus Rd)ekah Lodae Thursday, February 15.' 1979 ELECTED OFFICERS OF CACTUS REBIKAH LODGE no. 40, I.O.O.F. installed last Wednesday were Wilma Cooper, Financial Secretary; Clara Turner, treasurer; Lois Hunt, vice grand; Marjorie Mecham. noble grand; Dorothea Peterson, past noble grand; and Esther Shipp, recording secretary. APPOINTED OFFICERS OF CACTUS REBEKAH LODGE no. 40, I.O.O.F. installed last Wednesday were, left to right: front row: Cleo Clark, Nellie Chamberlin, Lillian Harbour, Estella Gifford; back row: Bonnie Woods, Ella Lunn, Lorine McDougall, Thelma Wood, Linda Cooper, Mildred Kine, Helen Holmes, Ann Gieck. JEANS 100% PoivMtw Trim Fjnmg With Flat. Li Styling Tiwlitionci .iMnCin Four Po,.hti F • t^K>n Color* Machif> 'O'CMV C(fa tlUSI-ll X /: /: MiHNOSE SALE/ 3 Colon ToSalact from NiM.tNTiitNrFa FlU NIET •WMnMeUTM SIZES l,S itiii Sin Ml sin UIIFMCtl .ITLN wrnnumm sms u,s TNI MMCE RES IIm JEMS I '00% Cotton r. 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BOBV0HO1^ lirSIMENS SNORT SUE1E T-SNIRTS (•wntlMva H0 Conon In tolid Colon Cool b ComfonaM* Waar Machina Waahabia Siius4.a eiRNRIfJUl Traditional Wmtarn tiZU 2U| •tytaFtaraU, •*"^ Mccbina Waali tPNTSNCS mvMi I JUMckeoK BuiM MlimCmm MONDAY THRU SATURDAY ^ 11 AM-2 PM 526 BOULDER NWY OAHy*at SUN0Ay|4( HOMIiai ALL HOME COOKING ^•'" • Choice of Eight Salads • Choice of Potatoes b Vegetable • Hot Rob & Desserti; 2934297 Bci. UeicIuOnj MW^VATIOWI INVITII>. Eoilroad Pass Cadno Boukiv cir' 12iiiHlilMoH ^ llminlDHDiMrOm a'. Supper cijt 24 HOURj 0/iM7gAYS ^ \i Hcndffrton NOITM Ntws ami lewldcr City Nwi 4*rvin| SufftiNM Infflafkm Fighferi^ Plus INSTANT Page 23 Thursday. February BINGO lake Advonlcge of This SiiptT Inflation FarmerJ^hri Pork CR&pS Safeway Fresh Produce Mushrooms NO OBLIGATION NOTHING TO PURCHASE This premvtion is available of 177 Safeway itorat located In Southern California, eicepi Son Diego and Imperial Countiei (162), and in Clark County, Nevada (15). Thii promotion it scheduled to end April 7, 1979. It will officially •nd, however, when oil tickets are distributed. Asso(t-(i Fresh Pffl< Loin Cenlf'r cind End Cut Chops Approiftitit"ly Pork loi oof s (HUT sniis u.s; IHKTIVI ntmun i, im NIZE VAIUI NO or WINNCtS OOOSI TICKET 000$ 13 TICKETS OOMIt TICKETS 1.000 Jl 1 174 76: 0.l7 4S IS4 1.000 \6* UI>I5 11,4)1 $.716 4 J7.91I 4.4J5 1.JJI 10 l.M] • ,J3I 7H 360 5 von 4,IM 37} lit 1 l]f SM 191 U • 1 TOTAIS iiro* 17 14 7 AddsZMTond Flavor to Safeway Steaks or Roasts. ( 1000 WINNERS Navel Oranges SwMt and Juicy • ADELEBENNEn Las Vegas '2000 Winner • W. HENRY AKRIDCE Los Vegas M 000 Winner • SYLVIA MONTOYA Henderson MOO Winner • MILTON JOHNSTON Las Vegas ^ MOO Winner • EVELYN McBRlOE Los Vegas M 000 Winner • ELIZABETH MORRIS Los Vegas MOO Winner • SANDRA EDDY las Vegos MOO Winner • JESSE HUNT Las Vegas MOO Winner • NANCY C.BARRY Boulder City MOO Winner • MICHAEL POHER Los Vegas MOO Winner •ROBERT FELIX Los Vegas MOO Winner • TNERESSAREED Los Vegas M 000 Winner Check Out im^Beef At Safeway You can fight inflation by making sure you get value in the beef you buy. You receive value when you buy USDA Choicii Grade Beef steaks and roasts at Safeway The USDA Choice Grade Beef stamp means that Safeway beef has been impor__. liolly graded by a USOA eipert who judged it to be USDA Choice quality, this top quality grade is awarded only to beef that will deliver tender, juicy, flavorful cuts and that meoni value in the beef you buy at Sofewoy...that's not true in every lupermarket. U.$.D.A. Choice Beef Porterhouse or T-BoRie Steak Treat your family to the allAmerican favorite! Here's exoctly the steak you wonl. Each steak is expertly ,r trimmed. Superbly tender and juicy Fillet Mignoit USDA Choice Beef loin (Tenderloin)^!^^5£ .. lb. Safeway Great Buys! Mexican Food Buy$! i6iioMPearsu.s.Ni ib 39* Banana fquosh HoZ ib 15* Russet Poffatoet as'TiTi ib. 25* Iffalion Bread Corn Torfillos r. wrtgnis ^ ^ ^ Caso ^ ^ ,^ ^ 2'i:it*l rii^.7fJ9 Casa del Pueblo Caladium large leafy nd r Yellow Onions No^lb 29* and Colorful. 2-lb. CafFOtS ^'l .ach 49* ,6.inchl^W Pet Grapefruit ;,S 86^99* Minute Maid Lemonade'^t'?'59* Yogurt Drinktrf?,5cm's'r Tut'N Ready T''otJ:[s'^''A^69* Wheaties ^S'" lfB9' Gatoraderor^a!;;? L".49' Chili SalsaS Green Chilisortega I"/69* Siz? 79* ^FideoCoilp*S '^"49* Retried BeansRosariia ^J59* Pinto Beansr ^'SM 1^29 Boneless Roast $ | as USOA Choice Beef Chuck )C^SS^^ lb. S Another Way to Fight Inflation. Beef liver Frozen Fresh, Defrosted Flavorful, Evenly Sliced lb Skinless Pork Links S Hormel Little SizzlerspoTsausage Greenland Turbot Fillets oSd Sterling Sliced Bolognas^Jwiches 89 $169 ibM sterling Skinless FranksSSBu^s^*'.K 99* Hawaiian Bread large'AA'Eggs BordenClieese Kings, Fresh and Sweet lite Line 1 Cheese Slices Whole Fryer Legs Boneless Ham Fester Farms California Grown, Fresh Frying Chicken ^jCoke Mixes Hamburger Buns Tomatoes ^MBI Betty Crocker ^O^^Bor Hot Dog Bum W^ ~| "Super Moist" ^^^^^^^ Mrs. ^^^^ Wright's ^ fC9 lb. I Smok-ARoma Fully Cooked Water Added $919 lb. 2 Another Inflation Fighter Scotch Buy (^Bulk Beef Sale! Spam Suiiny Delight luncheon Meal Sliced N Serve Cifrui Punch Refreshiftg Tostel 6 l-ei Bottles Mayonnaise Blue Bonnet Scotch Buy Imitation Cube Liquors And Wines Meet Effwiiv* In lictnMd Sottwayi. Ho RedRoseC^ra • ledloje^ 1.5.^ V^^ • Rhine g^ liter A Wliole Beef Siiort Loin $208 Includes T-Bone or Porterhouse Steaks. USOA Choice Beef loin. Ail items bulk wrapped and fully guaranteod Ib. irine Excluiively 41 Safeway Fwtt ieipMlM rtrciNM ChiM OHir! CINM i MCh' Lite Beer $139 ^Miller 12^,T l*^ S Jose Cuervo SE 99 ^ • White 2^ FiHh m Health & Beauty Aids Aqua Fresh 89* *.4-oi. Tube Sure Solid ^^^ Oeedoronl, liKlude* SO" OH TzTW.. J-ei. m $109 '75I8H Bacardi Rum sl'p^^i ^.r Seagram's V.0.i^8'^;.Qu*i7* ^ WOlfSChmidteo-Proo. Vodtt0rt3" •-*#. —• Schick Super II ^. $999 mtrexRoMr ^T:^ each A Pkg Pina Van de Kamp Thick Gusl SAFEWAY Bai>y Diapen 7?^ Johnsen'i Dispesabte Taddtor l|79 *" CI}6Mll0 2O-Eip each 'MtnTypellOf Mch MmMSX.79 each •1" •5" •5" spfffly OfVflOPIMG Wciv Ihun, Hk ISilHuSwfl F^ II. \9n In S*ulh*in Caliltrnia llii*piCM.n, SMiDie^ ond lmpfial CewnHet) Solti In |twl Owenlihei Only -*^-*" • VALUE IN FOOD More than half the nutrient value of food can be lost if it's improperly stored or prepared. Here are some reminders on how to retain nutrients. Light destroys viUmins A and B, so keep milk in cartons and food in protective containers. Don't store canned foods in a warm place or they will gradually lose vitamins. Storing vegetables too long, or at improper temperatures, can reduce their nutrients; this also applies to canned and frozen vegetables. Air destroys vitamins, so store food in airtight conUiners. cook frozen foods in their bags. Be careful when handling fruits and vegeubles; bruising results in vitamin loss. Thinskinned vegetables, such as young carrots, potatoes and turnips, should be scrubbed just before cooking. Use as little water as possible when cooking vegetables: excess water results in the loss of vitamin C and some of the B vitamins. Use leftover cooking water for soups and stews Overcooking destroys many nutrients. Conserve vitamin content by heating canned foods only to serving temperature. Another way to lose vitamins^* is to keep vegetables on I heat after they're cooked. S Cook in covered, not open, 5 pots. Whenever possible, cook fruits and vegetables with their skins on. Remove vegetables from water while they're still crisp and tender. Don't soak peas and beans for long periods: they'll lose vitamins. Instead, boil for two minutes and then let stand for an ^ hour. ^ The tops of beets, celery and turnips are rich in vitamin A use in salads and mixed vegetables. Toast bread lightly to • ^serve the B vitamins. SCRAWNY" PALM TREES Q: I recently ordered thrae palm trees from an ad. What I received were three scrawny palm-like plants crammed into
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Henderson Home News and Boulder City News Cactus Rd)ekah Lodae Thursday, February 15.' 1979 ELECTED OFFICERS OF CACTUS REBIKAH LODGE no. 40, I.O.O.F. installed last Wednesday were Wilma Cooper, Financial Secretary; Clara Turner, treasurer; Lois Hunt, vice grand; Marjorie Mecham. noble grand; Dorothea Peterson, past noble grand; and Esther Shipp, recording secretary. APPOINTED OFFICERS OF CACTUS REBEKAH LODGE no. 40, I.O.O.F. installed last Wednesday were, left to right: front row: Cleo Clark, Nellie Chamberlin, Lillian Harbour, Estella Gifford; back row: Bonnie Woods, Ella Lunn, Lorine McDougall, Thelma Wood, Linda Cooper, Mildred Kine, Helen Holmes, Ann Gieck. JEANS 100% PoivMtw Trim Fjnmg With Flat. Li Styling Tiwlitionci .iMnCin Four Po,.hti F • t^K>n Color* Machif> 'O'CMV C(fa tlUSI-ll X /: /: MiHNOSE SALE/ 3 Colon ToSalact from NiM.tNTiitNrFa FlU NIET •WMnMeUTM SIZES l,S itiii Sin Ml sin UIIFMCtl .ITLN wrnnumm sms u,s TNI MMCE RES IIm JEMS I '00% Cotton r. Ffori 1(1 100% Polytatw 'or Caay Cara Anrl Comfortabia l-n 3nlo Colon Machrna Waahabia Wa2 WISH JUNS BX Cno Flaca lag Special Pockai Traatmanti SNORT \\m\\ KNIT SHIRTS Solid Colora WKh Contraating Trim riiooaa from Putl Ovar V K(Miyaatar k Cotton • •and Etoiiic lack With Sfcnae Front j • iVlaPocli an tins iMi-im. snuMi KIIIJEIIS tnuunn suamrMn Levis sn ujM AHl.tOualny lEU NTTIM Tha Original filua Danim Jaani Tha Watt* Favorita For 1 yawi ST. CHRISTOPHER'S CHURCH — BOULOfI CITY "TUMTIONAl EflSCOf AL—ANGUCAN CATHOUC" WELCOMES TOU TO WORSHIP Sunday 11:30 AM .. Christ Lutheran Church, Filth & B Streets, temporarily NURSERY & CHURCH SCHOOL (Grades K-6) FR CL.\RK A. TEA, SSC. RECTOR A brry that growi in Wit Africa it 3,000 tiimi iwtfttr than sugar. BOBV0HO1^ lirSIMENS SNORT SUE1E T-SNIRTS (•wntlMva H0 Conon In tolid Colon Cool b ComfonaM* Waar Machina Waahabia Siius4.a eiRNRIfJUl Traditional Wmtarn tiZU 2U| •tytaFtaraU, •*"^ Mccbina Waali tPNTSNCS mvMi I JUMckeoK BuiM MlimCmm MONDAY THRU SATURDAY ^ 11 AM-2 PM 526 BOULDER NWY OAHy*at SUN0Ay|4( HOMIiai ALL HOME COOKING ^•'" • Choice of Eight Salads • Choice of Potatoes b Vegetable • Hot Rob & Desserti; 2934297 Bci. UeicIuOnj MW^VATIOWI INVITII>. Eoilroad Pass Cadno Boukiv cir' 12iiiHlilMoH ^ llminlDHDiMrOm a'. Supper cijt 24 HOURj 0/iM7gAYS ^ \i Hcndffrton NOITM Ntws ami lewldcr City Nwi 4*rvin| SufftiNM Infflafkm Fighferi^ Plus INSTANT Page 23 Thursday. February BINGO lake Advonlcge of This SiiptT Inflation FarmerJ^hri Pork CR&pS Safeway Fresh Produce Mushrooms NO OBLIGATION NOTHING TO PURCHASE This premvtion is available of 177 Safeway itorat located In Southern California, eicepi Son Diego and Imperial Countiei (162), and in Clark County, Nevada (15). Thii promotion it scheduled to end April 7, 1979. It will officially •nd, however, when oil tickets are distributed. Asso(t-(i Fresh Pffl< Loin Cenlf'r cind End Cut Chops Approiftitit"ly Pork loi oof s (HUT sniis u.s; IHKTIVI ntmun i, im NIZE VAIUI NO or WINNCtS OOOSI TICKET 000$ 13 TICKETS OOMIt TICKETS 1.000 Jl 1 174 76: 0.l7 4S IS4 1.000 \6* UI>I5 11,4)1 $.716 4 J7.91I 4.4J5 1.JJI 10 l.M] • ,J3I 7H 360 5 von 4,IM 37} lit 1 l]f SM 191 U • 1 TOTAIS iiro* 17 14 7 AddsZMTond Flavor to Safeway Steaks or Roasts. ( 1000 WINNERS Navel Oranges SwMt and Juicy • ADELEBENNEn Las Vegas '2000 Winner • W. HENRY AKRIDCE Los Vegas M 000 Winner • SYLVIA MONTOYA Henderson MOO Winner • MILTON JOHNSTON Las Vegas ^ MOO Winner • EVELYN McBRlOE Los Vegas M 000 Winner • ELIZABETH MORRIS Los Vegas MOO Winner • SANDRA EDDY las Vegos MOO Winner • JESSE HUNT Las Vegas MOO Winner • NANCY C.BARRY Boulder City MOO Winner • MICHAEL POHER Los Vegas MOO Winner •ROBERT FELIX Los Vegas MOO Winner • TNERESSAREED Los Vegas M 000 Winner Check Out im^Beef At Safeway You can fight inflation by making sure you get value in the beef you buy. You receive value when you buy USDA Choicii Grade Beef steaks and roasts at Safeway The USDA Choice Grade Beef stamp means that Safeway beef has been impor__. liolly graded by a USOA eipert who judged it to be USDA Choice quality, this top quality grade is awarded only to beef that will deliver tender, juicy, flavorful cuts and that meoni value in the beef you buy at Sofewoy...that's not true in every lupermarket. U.$.D.A. Choice Beef Porterhouse or T-BoRie Steak Treat your family to the allAmerican favorite! Here's exoctly the steak you wonl. Each steak is expertly ,r trimmed. Superbly tender and juicy Fillet Mignoit USDA Choice Beef loin (Tenderloin)^!^^5£ .. lb. Safeway Great Buys! Mexican Food Buy$! i6iioMPearsu.s.Ni ib 39* Banana fquosh HoZ ib 15* Russet Poffatoet as'TiTi ib. 25* Iffalion Bread Corn Torfillos r. wrtgnis ^ ^ ^ Caso ^ ^ ,^ ^ 2'i:it*l rii^.7fJ9 Casa del Pueblo Caladium large leafy nd r Yellow Onions No^lb 29* and Colorful. 2-lb. CafFOtS ^'l .ach 49* ,6.inchl^W Pet Grapefruit ;,S 86^99* Minute Maid Lemonade'^t'?'59* Yogurt Drinktrf?,5cm's'r Tut'N Ready T''otJ:[s'^''A^69* Wheaties ^S'" lfB9' Gatoraderor^a!;;? L".49' Chili SalsaS Green Chilisortega I"/69* Siz? 79* ^FideoCoilp*S '^"49* Retried BeansRosariia ^J59* Pinto Beansr ^'SM 1^29 Boneless Roast $ | as USOA Choice Beef Chuck )C^SS^^ lb. S Another Way to Fight Inflation. Beef liver Frozen Fresh, Defrosted Flavorful, Evenly Sliced lb Skinless Pork Links S Hormel Little SizzlerspoTsausage Greenland Turbot Fillets oSd Sterling Sliced Bolognas^Jwiches 89 $169 ibM sterling Skinless FranksSSBu^s^*'.K 99* Hawaiian Bread large'AA'Eggs BordenClieese Kings, Fresh and Sweet lite Line 1 Cheese Slices Whole Fryer Legs Boneless Ham Fester Farms California Grown, Fresh Frying Chicken ^jCoke Mixes Hamburger Buns Tomatoes ^MBI Betty Crocker ^O^^Bor Hot Dog Bum W^ ~| "Super Moist" ^^^^^^^ Mrs. ^^^^ Wright's ^ fC9 lb. I Smok-ARoma Fully Cooked Water Added $919 lb. 2 Another Inflation Fighter Scotch Buy (^Bulk Beef Sale! Spam Suiiny Delight luncheon Meal Sliced N Serve Cifrui Punch Refreshiftg Tostel 6 l-ei Bottles Mayonnaise Blue Bonnet Scotch Buy Imitation Cube Liquors And Wines Meet Effwiiv* In lictnMd Sottwayi. Ho RedRoseC^ra • ledloje^ 1.5.^ V^^ • Rhine g^ liter A Wliole Beef Siiort Loin $208 Includes T-Bone or Porterhouse Steaks. USOA Choice Beef loin. Ail items bulk wrapped and fully guaranteod Ib. irine Excluiively 41 Safeway Fwtt ieipMlM rtrciNM ChiM OHir! CINM i MCh' Lite Beer $139 ^Miller 12^,T l*^ S Jose Cuervo SE 99 ^ • White 2^ FiHh m Health & Beauty Aids Aqua Fresh 89* *.4-oi. Tube Sure Solid ^^^ Oeedoronl, liKlude* SO" OH TzTW.. J-ei. m $109 '75I8H Bacardi Rum sl'p^^i ^.r Seagram's V.0.i^8'^;.Qu*i7* ^ WOlfSChmidteo-Proo. Vodtt0rt3" •-*#. —• Schick Super II ^. $999 mtrexRoMr ^T:^ each A Pkg Pina Van de Kamp Thick Gusl SAFEWAY Bai>y Diapen 7?^ Johnsen'i Dispesabte Taddtor l|79 *" CI}6Mll0 2O-Eip each 'MtnTypellOf Mch MmMSX.79 each •1" •5" •5" spfffly OfVflOPIMG Wciv Ihun, Hk ISilHuSwfl F^ II. \9n In S*ulh*in Caliltrnia llii*piCM.n, SMiDie^ ond lmpfial CewnHet) Solti In |twl Owenlihei Only -*^-*" • VALUE IN FOOD More than half the nutrient value of food can be lost if it's improperly stored or prepared. Here are some reminders on how to retain nutrients. Light destroys viUmins A and B, so keep milk in cartons and food in protective containers. Don't store canned foods in a warm place or they will gradually lose vitamins. Storing vegetables too long, or at improper temperatures, can reduce their nutrients; this also applies to canned and frozen vegetables. Air destroys vitamins, so store food in airtight conUiners. cook frozen foods in their bags. Be careful when handling fruits and vegeubles; bruising results in vitamin loss. Thinskinned vegetables, such as young carrots, potatoes and turnips, should be scrubbed just before cooking. Use as little water as possible when cooking vegetables: excess water results in the loss of vitamin C and some of the B vitamins. Use leftover cooking water for soups and stews Overcooking destroys many nutrients. Conserve vitamin content by heating canned foods only to serving temperature. Another way to lose vitamins^* is to keep vegetables on I heat after they're cooked. S Cook in covered, not open, 5 pots. Whenever possible, cook fruits and vegetables with their skins on. Remove vegetables from water while they're still crisp and tender. Don't soak peas and beans for long periods: they'll lose vitamins. Instead, boil for two minutes and then let stand for an ^ hour. ^ The tops of beets, celery and turnips are rich in vitamin A use in salads and mixed vegetables. Toast bread lightly to • ^serve the B vitamins. SCRAWNY" PALM TREES Q: I recently ordered thrae palm trees from an ad. What I received were three scrawny palm-like plants crammed into
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'^. 1A % us: TPU >*i lf^ • ^ j: S7J$ 670it5 FET 2.42 k-^: fe t IT TT 7$0-1l 7-ir I-17J Mmw |Mirrit ^JT 32iS S7J5 TH fo ^aagtmaa 'i TIRES '/ TIRES 4^"il TIRES i I I A78 13 OR E78-14 FET 1.71 to 2.19 F78-U, G78-14, G78-15 FET 2.34 to 2.55 H78-14, H78-15 J78t5, L78-15 FET 2.70 to 3.05 /' '(r I 71 r ;* imk-^— FIBERGLASS BELTED • *• • WHITEWALLS ii POLYESTER CORD SUPER STRENGTH BODY • • •* EXTRA DEEP TREAD ^ r ^aWHaa POLYESTER CORD 4 PLYS %^;V* .\1 RADIALS • • FIBER6USS BELTED • • • ;x1 MTt-tl IITI-13 A78-13 FET 1.69 aitii -m^ N7I-14 B7Hi HL 5216 h 3315 Mil UU 3815 I 2.3i 37 95 39S5 II 4015 ilk I 4li5 1 114 72.K IDGfCfl jn 1.15 251 2.65 Hi 2.75 315 3.22 lewalls BRAKE OVERHAUL TURN DRUMS OR ROTORS, NEW LININGS ADD BRAKE FLUID AND ROAD TEST nWTT ITTII C7I-U mtr nm-t "n^l"" l ^-t-T. fii TTjy fijsn.n I La ut f / / naMurL'JFiaFiii 1179-14 I4i4t14l] i '^Darwa: \\W\\T:% JZklL • n-ti IL HBTOr nr5iMn:T rriFT^ MOST AMflllCtN MO SOMi DRUM FOREIGN UU($ CIRS DISC DRUM 8RtK(S BijiirsH THE FAST TIRE PIT STOP!! Thursday, February 15.1979 More On Six CoMpoiiies Golf CovrsB in Boulder City Henderson Home News and Boulder City News On Jan. 5, 1933. when the Boulder City golf club organized it named John Page, Bureau of Reclamation, president, H.L. Tucker, Babcox and Wllcox, V.P., J.R. Alexander, Bur. secretary, Jerry Crowe, First State Bank, treasurer. They were to serve as 30 day temporary officers. Nine holes had already been staked out. The organized committee were CM. Voyen, Pferry Yates and Bill Harrison. The construction committee were Tom Price, Ralph Lowry, Paul S. Webb, H.L. Tucker and Wilbur W. Weede Membership committee, Dick Young, Father Hogan, A.R. Tipton, Mrs. Frank Robinson. Elton Garrett, John Kooney, and R.S. Calland. ByJan. ll,1933,9holes were under construction, tractor and graders were at work and leveling had reached 3, 100 yards. On Jan. 19, 1933, chairman Young, membership committee proudly announced that the club had swelled to more than 60 members with 20 more prospects and the announcement was made that in two aiNSURACHAF If you're moving your household and cars from one location tc another, or if you're flying away on vacation but want your car when you get there, consider a car transport or deliver>'service. Some firms arrange for an independent driver to deliver the car Others will agree to transport or deliver the car foryou Only the latter accepts any responsibility for the car and how it is driven. Read carefully any contract you must sign as shipper. The delivery firm may disclaim responsibility; the agreement may sign awy your insurance company's right to recover Its loss, or give the carrier the benefit of your insurance Another form of "agreement' calls for arbitration in a specified city, usually out of the way for you, the driver, and your insurance company but not for the carrier. Before you hand over the car for transport, inspect it and have written documentation of its condition signed by an authorized agent of the transporting carrier. When it comes to auto insurance, come to LaPorta Insurance Agency, 1515 East Tropicana Suite No. 200. Las Vegas, Nv., 89109, Ph 739-7441 or 129 Water Street, Hen derson, Nv 89015, Ph. 565-6411 Merry Christnra^.to one and all. it La Porta t, ^ Insurance'^ weeks the course would • be ready to-play. Eager gdlfe finished, and on Jan. 29, more than two ddzen determined golfers were playing their way around ttftfa'e three holes. OfTieial plans to open the i:ourse and hold an otTlcill dedication on Feb. 12,1933 was brought to lyuition but had to be postponed until Feb 19 beciuse tn Vited guests of the Las Vegas Country Club were unable to attend at the earlier date A tournament was planned and went off in grand style on that historical dav of Feb 19. 1933. The golfers of Boulder City were just y proud of their new course. It was a "sand course" with the tee boxes built up of rock and concrete and filled with earth. The greens? They were made f^om a mixture of sand and oil spread over a cleared surface. The mix was rolled down to hold it in place. Joe Kine and his sons, Joe Jr. and Dean were to maintain the greens in later years.-The course was used even after the war. In Boulder City many pioneers are alive today who enjoyed the course. They are Dong Moore, Bob Beard, Ifa'ttand Tillie Farnsworth. Ruthie Beldln, AUc.e.poolittle and out inii^derson, Elaine Raney. Also Hazel and.qiff Barlow who ar^HH^ current "Keepers of the scrapbook" from, which Bill Harbour drew the material to write an excellent feature stpry for t|ie Nevadan on Dec. 1,1977. Copies are available to interested readers by calling 2931716. There are^m^ny more pioneers living in Boulder City whA pUyed the course other than those mentioned ij) this brief review. In the interest of history, while.the tees still stand in their original condition, it seems as a perfect time now that 1979 golfer^ are to, at long last, get a modern and beautiful cTub house, that;a reunion of that "Old Gang of Mine" be gathered; 99 the original site of.Boulder City first Six Companies golf course for a pieture for that valuable scrap book. A very independent woman of tha 19th ceatury. she wu wont to nnoke dgara in public and ehock evaryooe who witnessed luch dieplaye. One of the first, and certainly the OMMt famous of the GoU Rush show girls, this woman danced and sang for the Forty-Niners until atwut 1870 when she headed east 'for a bigger carasr and bigiar profits. Her protective mother never aUowed this beauty to meet or socialize with men. apd ahe Wed unmarried, having eocumulatad a fortune o( $4 million. Who was that lady?-Lotu Crabtrae k imnniniin dl Hunter Safety Program Explained "Nevada's madatory hunter safety training program has certified 27,000 youngsters since • it became law in 1973", according to Bill Rollins, Department of Fish and Gameiiunter Safety Coordinator. The Hunter Safety Law, enacted by the Nevada Legislature in 1971, became effective on July 1, 1973 and provides that all youngsters under the age of 17 years must successfully complete a hunter safety course before they can purchase a hunting license. The law also stipujates that persons 17 through 20 years who have not been previously: licensed by a department of fish and game must successfully complete the training before they can purchase a hunting license in Nevada. "In the beginning the course was primarily designed to provide firearms training with the objective of reducing hunting related firearms accidents. Only about six hours were devoted to instruction and training aids and materials were at a minimum", Rollins said. "Today". Rollins explained, "the course has been expanded and now ave rages over 11 hou rs of instruction with increased emphasis on hunter ethics, responsibilities, conservation and wildlife management. Up • to date student manuals and a great variety of excellent films and slide series are now available for use in the course." The hunter and firearms safety course, administered by NDFG, is taught by certified volunteer instructors in almost every community of the state. These volunteers serve without pay and provide their instruction at communtiy center, recreation halls, schools, fraternal club houses and a variety of other places. -"All 50 states and the Canadian provinces now have hunter safety training programs, although not all are mandatory," Rollins said. "They do, however, reciprocate by recognizing each other's certification." Uniformity of training programs through the nation has been achieved through the efforts of the North American Association of Hunter Safety Coordinators and its affiliate, the Western Association of Hunter Safety Coordinators. Content of courses may vary slightly by area to take into account geographical and ecological differences, but the basic program and goals are the same. According to Rollins, Nevada's Hunter Safety Act was amended in 1975 and now requires all persons convicted of carrying a loaded shotgun or rifie in a vehicle Henderson Christion Church Learns The "How" of Prayer The Sermon on the Mount was a time that Jesus used to instruct His disciples on How they were to teach others about the standards of living a fiill Christian life. One of these lessons was concerning prayer, found in Matthew 6:9-13. which is familar to almost everyone"The Lord's Prayer." This prayer was a format to fbllOw: you pray to the Father, while you are waiting for the return of Jesus Christ. When you pray it should be with God's will in mind, and not your own will. "Your Father knoweth what things you have need of, before you ask Him." But daily you should ask God for your needs, not your wants, because it pleases God. We are to a sk God to ft"ogive us and if we expect God to (brgive us, then we should be willing to forgive others. James 4:7 "Submit yourselves therefore to God. Resist the devil and he will fiee from you" Temptation will come but if you submit to God, you will be delivered from evil. This was the basics of the morning's message on, "How to pray." The evening service was taken fhim Matthew 18:23-35. Jesus' Parable; "The unmerciful servant." the message rung out loud and clear, you are to forgive someone if they have wronged you. You can not have that bitterness building up in or discharging a firearm across a road to complete a hunter safety training course before they may purchase another hunting license. "Firearms safety courses are offered throughout the year and we are urging all prospective students to make arrangements for training at their earliest convenience. Each year, because of their other activities, many youngsters IB^JS wait until the very last moment before requesting instruction only to find that they are unable to become certified in time for the hunting season opener," Rollins explained. For further information about the program or to make application for training, contact any Department of Fish and Game office or field agent throughout the state. Know Your Limits CHART FOR RESPONSIBLE PEOPLE WHO MAY SOMETIMES DRIVE AFTER DRINKING! AfPDOVmAH IIOOO kLCOHOl Pf*CINT*a( Drtnki Body Weight In Pounds r 100 120 140 160 180 200 220 240 iniiuenced 1 04 03 03 02 02 02 62 02 Barely 2 .06 .06 OS .06 04 04 03 03 3 11 .06 .08 .07 .08 06 .05 06 4 15 12 11 .08 .08 .08 .07 .06 5 19 16 13 12 11 .06 06 .06 Powibly 6 23 19 16 14 13 11 10 .09 7 26 22 19 16 15 13 12 .11 8 30 25 21 19 17 15 14 13 Oefmilely 'j 34 28 24 21 19 17 15 14 • 0 38 31 27 23 21. 19 17 16 SuM'Sti 01'><•• eMli 40 flMtHte lit <•.•• On4t tOOpro< ••ui tjoi at bee> • 4 oi o' (tkte *M*~ SUnST FOIICT IS DON'T DRIVE tFTM DRINKING! DETERMINE YOUR PROBABLE LIMITS from this chart, which relitet body weight to tolerance of alcohol. The safes! policy in not to drive after drinking, but if you do drinlt and then drive, you .ihould know and stay safely within your owtt. personal limit.s. When the percent of alcohol in the blood of a driver ii above the .10 level, the law usually* presumes hi.s drivinc is impaired. To find out how your driving ability may be affected, refer to the chart above. It shows the relationship between the number of drinks taken by norm.iP adults and the legal lim(^ If your weight is between two of the weighl.s shown, you should use the lower weight. Remember that the legal limit is not the same as your own 5a/e limit, and people who are alcoholics and problem drinkers .should not attempt to drive after drink ing. In fact, they !>hould not drink at all. No chart can be a guarantee of drinking in relation to driving Several variables, such as your mood, fatigue, the time when you last ate, and whether you've just had a snack, can affect your driving ciipabilities. Furthermore, no two adults jre exactly alike, the Distilled Spirits Council of the I'nitcd States points out. Just a.s one individual's safe limits vary from lime to time, two different persons' individual limits can vary quite a bit. You should know and (lay within your own safe legal limits "Wharavtr thtrt it a human being thert ii a chanet for kindnati." Seneca your hear!, it will fill your heart and life, leaving no room for God's love. This Sunday evening is a special night, starting) with a pot luck dinner at 5:00 p.m. and a missionary will be sharing slides of the work being done with the American Indians in Arizona. All services are being held at Moriah Lodge, 101 Temple Dr. directly across from the Black Mt. Golf Course, where Majors turns into Country Club Dr. Morning: 9:15 Song Service; 9:30 Sunday School; 10:30 Worship Service. Evening: 5:30 No youth meeting because of pot luck; 7:00 Worship service. PHARMACY 15% OFF ON ALL PRESCRIPTIONS TO SENIOR CITIZENS 60 YEARS OR OLDER We Honor All Prescriptions! S.A.M.I. N.I.C. PAID PRESCRIPTIONS MRS: 89:30 MON.-SAT. SUN. 9-S PACIRC 564 5224' William FJ. Gordon, M.D. wishes to announce the relocation of his office to... 1212 Wyoming Street Boulder City, Nevada Telephone 293-2896 (FOiMBlY UIKE MEAD CUNIC) absentee Voting Started Thursday, February 15,1979 Absentee voting for the March 6th Special County Courthouse Bond Election-will start on Tuesday, February 13th at the office of the Clark County Election Department, 400 Las Vegas Boulevard South. This means of in • office absentee voting is made available for those people who will not be in town on Election Day and will not be at any permanent address sufficiently long enough to receive an absentee ballot by mail. Requests for mail out absentee ballots are currently being accepted through February 27th one week prior to Election Day. After February 27th, absentee voting shall be restricted, by law, to those people who, due to some emergency, are either confined to their homes or suddenly called outof-town. The provisions for absentee ballot requests will extend through 5:00 p.m. on Election Day, March 6th. It is. important that all absentee voters be aware that their voted ballots must be returned to the Clark County Election Department on or before 7 p.m. on Election Day for them to be counted. Ballots received after that' time cannot, by law, be counted. 'Turophile" ii a rttativaly iww word for "a connoittwr or fartciar of chaata." FIEE • AUTO&MHUCKS • MOTOR HOMf S "oEMONSTRATlSRrj TRAIL(RSCffMPEJ
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Thursday, February 15.1979 More On Six CoMpoiiies Golf CovrsB in Boulder City Henderson Home News and Boulder City News On Jan. 5, 1933. when the Boulder City golf club organized it named John Page, Bureau of Reclamation, president, H.L. Tucker, Babcox and Wllcox, V.P., J.R. Alexander, Bur. secretary, Jerry Crowe, First State Bank, treasurer. They were to serve as 30 day temporary officers. Nine holes had already been staked out. The organized committee were CM. Voyen, Pferry Yates and Bill Harrison. The construction committee were Tom Price, Ralph Lowry, Paul S. Webb, H.L. Tucker and Wilbur W. Weede Membership committee, Dick Young, Father Hogan, A.R. Tipton, Mrs. Frank Robinson. Elton Garrett, John Kooney, and R.S. Calland. ByJan. ll,1933,9holes were under construction, tractor and graders were at work and leveling had reached 3, 100 yards. On Jan. 19, 1933, chairman Young, membership committee proudly announced that the club had swelled to more than 60 members with 20 more prospects and the announcement was made that in two aiNSURACHAF If you're moving your household and cars from one location tc another, or if you're flying away on vacation but want your car when you get there, consider a car transport or deliver>'service. Some firms arrange for an independent driver to deliver the car Others will agree to transport or deliver the car foryou Only the latter accepts any responsibility for the car and how it is driven. Read carefully any contract you must sign as shipper. The delivery firm may disclaim responsibility; the agreement may sign awy your insurance company's right to recover Its loss, or give the carrier the benefit of your insurance Another form of "agreement' calls for arbitration in a specified city, usually out of the way for you, the driver, and your insurance company but not for the carrier. Before you hand over the car for transport, inspect it and have written documentation of its condition signed by an authorized agent of the transporting carrier. When it comes to auto insurance, come to LaPorta Insurance Agency, 1515 East Tropicana Suite No. 200. Las Vegas, Nv., 89109, Ph 739-7441 or 129 Water Street, Hen derson, Nv 89015, Ph. 565-6411 Merry Christnra^.to one and all. it La Porta t, ^ Insurance'^ weeks the course would • be ready to-play. Eager gdlfe finished, and on Jan. 29, more than two ddzen determined golfers were playing their way around ttftfa'e three holes. OfTieial plans to open the i:ourse and hold an otTlcill dedication on Feb. 12,1933 was brought to lyuition but had to be postponed until Feb 19 beciuse tn Vited guests of the Las Vegas Country Club were unable to attend at the earlier date A tournament was planned and went off in grand style on that historical dav of Feb 19. 1933. The golfers of Boulder City were just y proud of their new course. It was a "sand course" with the tee boxes built up of rock and concrete and filled with earth. The greens? They were made f^om a mixture of sand and oil spread over a cleared surface. The mix was rolled down to hold it in place. Joe Kine and his sons, Joe Jr. and Dean were to maintain the greens in later years.-The course was used even after the war. In Boulder City many pioneers are alive today who enjoyed the course. They are Dong Moore, Bob Beard, Ifa'ttand Tillie Farnsworth. Ruthie Beldln, AUc.e.poolittle and out inii^derson, Elaine Raney. Also Hazel and.qiff Barlow who ar^HH^ current "Keepers of the scrapbook" from, which Bill Harbour drew the material to write an excellent feature stpry for t|ie Nevadan on Dec. 1,1977. Copies are available to interested readers by calling 2931716. There are^m^ny more pioneers living in Boulder City whA pUyed the course other than those mentioned ij) this brief review. In the interest of history, while.the tees still stand in their original condition, it seems as a perfect time now that 1979 golfer^ are to, at long last, get a modern and beautiful cTub house, that;a reunion of that "Old Gang of Mine" be gathered; 99 the original site of.Boulder City first Six Companies golf course for a pieture for that valuable scrap book. A very independent woman of tha 19th ceatury. she wu wont to nnoke dgara in public and ehock evaryooe who witnessed luch dieplaye. One of the first, and certainly the OMMt famous of the GoU Rush show girls, this woman danced and sang for the Forty-Niners until atwut 1870 when she headed east 'for a bigger carasr and bigiar profits. Her protective mother never aUowed this beauty to meet or socialize with men. apd ahe Wed unmarried, having eocumulatad a fortune o( $4 million. Who was that lady?-Lotu Crabtrae k imnniniin dl Hunter Safety Program Explained "Nevada's madatory hunter safety training program has certified 27,000 youngsters since • it became law in 1973", according to Bill Rollins, Department of Fish and Gameiiunter Safety Coordinator. The Hunter Safety Law, enacted by the Nevada Legislature in 1971, became effective on July 1, 1973 and provides that all youngsters under the age of 17 years must successfully complete a hunter safety course before they can purchase a hunting license. The law also stipujates that persons 17 through 20 years who have not been previously: licensed by a department of fish and game must successfully complete the training before they can purchase a hunting license in Nevada. "In the beginning the course was primarily designed to provide firearms training with the objective of reducing hunting related firearms accidents. Only about six hours were devoted to instruction and training aids and materials were at a minimum", Rollins said. "Today". Rollins explained, "the course has been expanded and now ave rages over 11 hou rs of instruction with increased emphasis on hunter ethics, responsibilities, conservation and wildlife management. Up • to date student manuals and a great variety of excellent films and slide series are now available for use in the course." The hunter and firearms safety course, administered by NDFG, is taught by certified volunteer instructors in almost every community of the state. These volunteers serve without pay and provide their instruction at communtiy center, recreation halls, schools, fraternal club houses and a variety of other places. -"All 50 states and the Canadian provinces now have hunter safety training programs, although not all are mandatory," Rollins said. "They do, however, reciprocate by recognizing each other's certification." Uniformity of training programs through the nation has been achieved through the efforts of the North American Association of Hunter Safety Coordinators and its affiliate, the Western Association of Hunter Safety Coordinators. Content of courses may vary slightly by area to take into account geographical and ecological differences, but the basic program and goals are the same. According to Rollins, Nevada's Hunter Safety Act was amended in 1975 and now requires all persons convicted of carrying a loaded shotgun or rifie in a vehicle Henderson Christion Church Learns The "How" of Prayer The Sermon on the Mount was a time that Jesus used to instruct His disciples on How they were to teach others about the standards of living a fiill Christian life. One of these lessons was concerning prayer, found in Matthew 6:9-13. which is familar to almost everyone"The Lord's Prayer." This prayer was a format to fbllOw: you pray to the Father, while you are waiting for the return of Jesus Christ. When you pray it should be with God's will in mind, and not your own will. "Your Father knoweth what things you have need of, before you ask Him." But daily you should ask God for your needs, not your wants, because it pleases God. We are to a sk God to ft"ogive us and if we expect God to (brgive us, then we should be willing to forgive others. James 4:7 "Submit yourselves therefore to God. Resist the devil and he will fiee from you" Temptation will come but if you submit to God, you will be delivered from evil. This was the basics of the morning's message on, "How to pray." The evening service was taken fhim Matthew 18:23-35. Jesus' Parable; "The unmerciful servant." the message rung out loud and clear, you are to forgive someone if they have wronged you. You can not have that bitterness building up in or discharging a firearm across a road to complete a hunter safety training course before they may purchase another hunting license. "Firearms safety courses are offered throughout the year and we are urging all prospective students to make arrangements for training at their earliest convenience. Each year, because of their other activities, many youngsters IB^JS wait until the very last moment before requesting instruction only to find that they are unable to become certified in time for the hunting season opener," Rollins explained. For further information about the program or to make application for training, contact any Department of Fish and Game office or field agent throughout the state. Know Your Limits CHART FOR RESPONSIBLE PEOPLE WHO MAY SOMETIMES DRIVE AFTER DRINKING! AfPDOVmAH IIOOO kLCOHOl Pf*CINT*a( Drtnki Body Weight In Pounds r 100 120 140 160 180 200 220 240 iniiuenced 1 04 03 03 02 02 02 62 02 Barely 2 .06 .06 OS .06 04 04 03 03 3 11 .06 .08 .07 .08 06 .05 06 4 15 12 11 .08 .08 .08 .07 .06 5 19 16 13 12 11 .06 06 .06 Powibly 6 23 19 16 14 13 11 10 .09 7 26 22 19 16 15 13 12 .11 8 30 25 21 19 17 15 14 13 Oefmilely 'j 34 28 24 21 19 17 15 14 • 0 38 31 27 23 21. 19 17 16 SuM'Sti 01'><•• eMli 40 flMtHte lit <•.•• On4t tOOpro< ••ui tjoi at bee> • 4 oi o' (tkte *M*~ SUnST FOIICT IS DON'T DRIVE tFTM DRINKING! DETERMINE YOUR PROBABLE LIMITS from this chart, which relitet body weight to tolerance of alcohol. The safes! policy in not to drive after drinking, but if you do drinlt and then drive, you .ihould know and stay safely within your owtt. personal limit.s. When the percent of alcohol in the blood of a driver ii above the .10 level, the law usually* presumes hi.s drivinc is impaired. To find out how your driving ability may be affected, refer to the chart above. It shows the relationship between the number of drinks taken by norm.iP adults and the legal lim(^ If your weight is between two of the weighl.s shown, you should use the lower weight. Remember that the legal limit is not the same as your own 5a/e limit, and people who are alcoholics and problem drinkers .should not attempt to drive after drink ing. In fact, they !>hould not drink at all. No chart can be a guarantee of drinking in relation to driving Several variables, such as your mood, fatigue, the time when you last ate, and whether you've just had a snack, can affect your driving ciipabilities. Furthermore, no two adults jre exactly alike, the Distilled Spirits Council of the I'nitcd States points out. Just a.s one individual's safe limits vary from lime to time, two different persons' individual limits can vary quite a bit. You should know and (lay within your own safe legal limits "Wharavtr thtrt it a human being thert ii a chanet for kindnati." Seneca your hear!, it will fill your heart and life, leaving no room for God's love. This Sunday evening is a special night, starting) with a pot luck dinner at 5:00 p.m. and a missionary will be sharing slides of the work being done with the American Indians in Arizona. All services are being held at Moriah Lodge, 101 Temple Dr. directly across from the Black Mt. Golf Course, where Majors turns into Country Club Dr. Morning: 9:15 Song Service; 9:30 Sunday School; 10:30 Worship Service. Evening: 5:30 No youth meeting because of pot luck; 7:00 Worship service. PHARMACY 15% OFF ON ALL PRESCRIPTIONS TO SENIOR CITIZENS 60 YEARS OR OLDER We Honor All Prescriptions! S.A.M.I. N.I.C. PAID PRESCRIPTIONS MRS: 89:30 MON.-SAT. SUN. 9-S PACIRC 564 5224' William FJ. Gordon, M.D. wishes to announce the relocation of his office to... 1212 Wyoming Street Boulder City, Nevada Telephone 293-2896 (FOiMBlY UIKE MEAD CUNIC) absentee Voting Started Thursday, February 15,1979 Absentee voting for the March 6th Special County Courthouse Bond Election-will start on Tuesday, February 13th at the office of the Clark County Election Department, 400 Las Vegas Boulevard South. This means of in • office absentee voting is made available for those people who will not be in town on Election Day and will not be at any permanent address sufficiently long enough to receive an absentee ballot by mail. Requests for mail out absentee ballots are currently being accepted through February 27th one week prior to Election Day. After February 27th, absentee voting shall be restricted, by law, to those people who, due to some emergency, are either confined to their homes or suddenly called outof-town. The provisions for absentee ballot requests will extend through 5:00 p.m. on Election Day, March 6th. It is. important that all absentee voters be aware that their voted ballots must be returned to the Clark County Election Department on or before 7 p.m. on Election Day for them to be counted. Ballots received after that' time cannot, by law, be counted. 'Turophile" ii a rttativaly iww word for "a connoittwr or fartciar of chaata." FIEE • AUTO&MHUCKS • MOTOR HOMf S "oEMONSTRATlSRrj TRAIL(RSCffMPEJ
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Henderson Home News and Boulder City News : I .'x^i THEATRE 9^ STARTS FRIDAY il Feb. 16th thru Feb. 20th SPECIAL m m mmis mmY,F&wm NEXT AHRAaiON 1-FULLWEEK Feb. 21st thru Feb. 27th It was the Deltas against the rules the rules lost! ANMAL IMUtI A conwdy from Uravtnol PicMM ;H[ MAT^ SWMONi iVAN ItlTNWI PftOlXOON NAnONAt JVMPOON i ANIMAl HOUSE •. .. JOHN KLUSHI TIM MATHESON JOHN VIIVON Vl^NA DLOO rnOAAS HULCE QOd OOALD SUTHEfUANO • • -. P-oduced by MATtY SIMMONS ond WAN R£IIMAN Mcvc^/fJ^tfafWIlN W.rerOHAnOa)nM6K)OGiAlKtNV0CHlitR [>fCWN06 oro •#>. "C'."* Ci'"p • d • <> ''f'or'rwj Ow jUfKN Mf* V Ji ^ ff EVERY SUNBAYSKW Mr OnZENS ADMISSION -ONE DOUAR 4SH0WTIMES4 SHOW NIGHTLY SUN. THRU THURS. AT 8:00 F.M. SHOWS EVERY FRI. A SAT. AT 7 A 9 fM. Adults^lllOO ChMia.^$1.0Q Thursday, February 15.1979 Page 28 Community Concerts presents Bulgarian Follc Ensemble The third concert of this season for Southern Nevada Community Concerts will feature the "Pirin" Bulgarian National Folk Ensemble on Saturday, Feb. 17 at 8:15 p.m. at the Ham Concert Hall at UNLV. Bulgaria boasts dozens of folk ensembles of excellent quality. But. above them alt this "Pirin" company of 70 is the company chosen by the Bulgarian government as cultural ambassadors in many parts of the world. Extravagantly adorned with exotic, multi colored costumes and with rich folk traditions of dance and music, these exuberant young artists have stirred countless admirers to ovations in twenty countries of Europe. Africa, and Asia. The fiery, virtuosic leaps and spins of the men dancers, the lyrical movements of the women, the fine unity and purity of the chorus and the superb lute, the rebec, and other extraordinary instruments add flirther authenticity to the performance. Although it is preferable for members to renew with their workers, renewal tables will be available at this concert for those who wish to renew at the concert. Early renewal is .advised. The coming concert season 79-80 will include the great Krasnayarsk Dance Company of Siberia, the Paul Kuentz Chamber Orchestra of Paris, and Franco Gulli, violinist, with Enrica Cavallo, pianist. The membership fee for four concerts remains unchanged at $lS for adults and $7 for students through high school. Members are reminded that it is necessary to present their membership cards at the door for admission. Anyone who has a question concerning Community Concerts or a question regarding membership in the Community Concert Association, please contact Boulder City area chairman Rita Lyons 293-1092 or Henderson area chairman Gwyneth Gordon 565-6890. National Vocational Education Celebrated National Vocational Education Week is. being celebrated in Nevada February 11-17, 1979. Tom Platt. President of the Nevada Vocational Association said. "We are building the skills of America through vocational education, and we invite you to visit your Nevada schools during this week." More than three billion dollars are spent each year on vocational education programs across this nation. Eightyfour per cent of that amount consists of state and local dollars. "Thirteen and on half million individuals are enrolled in vocational education programs: these programs are expanding and new ones are added each year," stated R. Courtney Rjley, Vocational Director. Nevada Department of Education. Programs are offered at all levels to all age groups. They are being trained or retrained for employment in satisfying occupations. One of the many highlights of the National Vocational Week in Nevada is the selection of the Vocational Teacher of the Year from the applications received from the schools throughout the state. This award emphasizes teaching excellence as both an achievement and inspiration, and strives to recognize the contributions of the classroom teacher. 512 S. Boulder Hwy. ZfiSO Safeway Plaza Ne xt to Rasco fflSfSSShip*! Am whone Paint Ctnter OPEN 7 DAYS A WS(8-5 Master Set^.. Brushes & 20% Rolers off WALLPAPER OROBS jMt 10%off?S Rokr&Ret PanSet2JD Nowi 'lag CUE DULY HJU-SHMCEraBfTl New Snipment of Books To Slect From Deluxe Painting Pad Kit Nowif jg RB3.*5J99 565^1 AM. Pro Latex Sold COLOR STAIN ^759 GAL INTERIOR RAT-VINYL GAL nMunrvrm, PROM u oQ pn JMfio 11)1 uo iitj I q p|no3 uam tuiiui )iq) 'uut ti joop am JI (q)'> ajij *q) 01 uauiaiij am pajip un noX ot uiJlll iiij q] Aq <>s (•) E tpuoJM u; a)|ouii Aq MIIOO -JMO aq p|no} aq 'dn ipuiit uouad am j] 'ioo|; aqj 01 ato|3 'Xui j! 'a|U!| iiM it jaqi put 'tMu aifouii aanis -M\ aAca) 01 Atm )lq \\i %i Mnoq aq) jo ino pui ai|ouit aqj uioij XiMi |U!|J3(J) ; qijo; put if3iq 'iflJOj put ifotq lion put 'punojl aqi 01 aoua 'ajt noA tia\{m dOXS ('>) I SHaMSNV GZ2a7GZa JHB DMT EvtNfN^ $<)ua. Let Uncle Sam And Number One Help EducateVbur Child, Now ThaiVa an aaay. convanwnt way tor you 10 pnpar* tor yotfr cMtfi ooMagt aducaiKm .. wtth ma tip o( Uncti Sam and Nanadl't Number Oflt Sawnga AaaocMkjn irt caNtd CAP ttia CoUegt AtturvO P^ With ooatt mcraatngwwy year, more and mm pannta an finding it dttficuit to meet ttn, friends, relative*, a family day care home or a live-In housekeeper? "There it no tet answer, no one pliee to turn Cor quality child care in the U.S.," aiterU Dr. Sheila Kamrrman, profettor of social policy at New York's Hunter Cellefe School of Social Work tnd member of the Kentucky Fried Chicken Tirne Out Inttitute. Founded in 1977 by Kentucky Fried Chicken, the Inttitute it designed to explore tha changing role of the American woman and offer practical tuggettions on coping with her dual voeition—wage earner and mother. The Institute it concerned about "workmoms" in particular, who may have guilt feelings about spending leta time on household chores, Including home cooking, due to their busy schedules. In a recent study comparing child care benefits and services in the United States with those of many 1 OF A KIND II[MS ODDS & ENDS, fLOOR SAMPLES SOILED &OmGFD HEMS i FftClORYCLOSE DOTS SAVE UP TO ANNUAL WHITE ELEPHANT m jj ALL WHITE I ELEPHANTS i MUST BE SOLD REGARDLESS WHITE ELEPHANTS OF PROFIT COME AND GET 'EM-WE DON'T WANT 'EM OR LOSS other industrialized nitjons. Or. Kamerrpan found that the United Sutes does the leatt in providing government-subsidized mttemity leavet, infant/toddler care, preschool programs or extended programs for schoolige children when schools are closed. Kamerman believes the key to excellent child care would be programs which enhance child development, not ones which merely play custodian, and the workingmother In the United States muat be prepared for a difficult quest for this high quality. She luggesta the, following checklist in thcs search for child ctre: .ChKk with your state social lervices department.'" local planning councils, religious organizttions and Head SUrt centers. They can provide guidelines for selecting a day care center (where many children are cared for in one place), a family day care home (where the child is in the home of another family during the day) or a presch o ol program. _See if your stale re quires licensing of these • • facilities. Ask yourself if these licensing requirements. represent the kind of care^ "you want for your child." ~ — Consider the location. A center, home or school close to you will make transportation euier, and your child will be more comfortable among familiar people and~ places. • Take time out to visit leveral centers, hornet or' tehools and see for yourselfwhat daily activities are aviiltble for your child. — Spend time with the person in charge. Watch how that person tnd other -. staff members interact with .. the children. Will they care' for and love your child m the same way you would'' — Be prepared for the varted costs of child care in the US "Working mothers in the U & are at a disadvantage. Kamerman believes. "While the percentage of working women in other nations is comparable to that in the U.S., many countries provide benefits which make it easier for women to manage their two jobs one at the workplace and the other at home." Kamerman sees the United States' awarenets of the need for more child care growing, but at a much slower rate than other countries. Almost twothirdt of the U.S. children agea 3-6 are in some form of child care program outside the home, mostly in pre-" school programs. I YOU SHOULD BE CONCERNED. ABOUT YOUR IWATER MAHY ITEMS HOT MEHTIOHED • ^kaiaMaMiii*i AMERICAN FURNITURE 1740 E. CHARLESTON HOURS: MON & FRI. 99 DAILY 9-6 SUNDAY 11-5 PHONE 384-5162 ALL NEW Stainless StMl \^/ATER DISTILLER • Hrfbt* .,^^__^ • No plumbing nSeStury Thart art ovtr 12 thouaand chamleali on tba mark** today, MO brtg addad yaariy RagardiMa of whart you lh. In th city or on iha form, toma of thaao eouW bt oftllrtg into your drinkinswator Tbaroforo, wa (MI you •houW-hava two aouroaa &I wotor; on lor watofing th lawn, waaltitffl clethaa and diahai, (luahlng lollota-tha ethor for drinking and cooking Tom of thouatndi of poopia In tho Uniiid Statat Md in many toroign eountrtoa art now uting owr portabta wator dtttiiiart Sond lor fraa illaratura now whiia tN luppiy laati 'AvaiFabU At: SORENSEN'S SEWING CENTER SWAVCC.BC 3 3TKI EDHAJrwoob CONSUMERS AffUANCE use LAKE MEAD DR MDN NEV M42210 __ Tanm AwilobW "~ ~ D—lar Iw^ifit Wakama r* it aril itMiif^

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Henderson Home News and Boulder City News : I .'x^i THEATRE 9^ STARTS FRIDAY il Feb. 16th thru Feb. 20th SPECIAL m m mmis mmY,F&wm NEXT AHRAaiON 1-FULLWEEK Feb. 21st thru Feb. 27th It was the Deltas against the rules the rules lost! ANMAL IMUtI A conwdy from Uravtnol PicMM ;H[ MAT^ SWMONi iVAN ItlTNWI PftOlXOON NAnONAt JVMPOON i ANIMAl HOUSE •. .. JOHN KLUSHI TIM MATHESON JOHN VIIVON Vl^NA DLOO rnOAAS HULCE QOd OOALD SUTHEfUANO • • -. P-oduced by MATtY SIMMONS ond WAN R£IIMAN Mcvc^/fJ^tfafWIlN W.rerOHAnOa)nM6K)OGiAlKtNV0CHlitR [>fCWN06 oro •#>. "C'."* Ci'"p • d • <> ''f'or'rwj Ow jUfKN Mf* V Ji ^ ff EVERY SUNBAYSKW Mr OnZENS ADMISSION -ONE DOUAR 4SH0WTIMES4 SHOW NIGHTLY SUN. THRU THURS. AT 8:00 F.M. SHOWS EVERY FRI. A SAT. AT 7 A 9 fM. Adults^lllOO ChMia.^$1.0Q Thursday, February 15.1979 Page 28 Community Concerts presents Bulgarian Follc Ensemble The third concert of this season for Southern Nevada Community Concerts will feature the "Pirin" Bulgarian National Folk Ensemble on Saturday, Feb. 17 at 8:15 p.m. at the Ham Concert Hall at UNLV. Bulgaria boasts dozens of folk ensembles of excellent quality. But. above them alt this "Pirin" company of 70 is the company chosen by the Bulgarian government as cultural ambassadors in many parts of the world. Extravagantly adorned with exotic, multi colored costumes and with rich folk traditions of dance and music, these exuberant young artists have stirred countless admirers to ovations in twenty countries of Europe. Africa, and Asia. The fiery, virtuosic leaps and spins of the men dancers, the lyrical movements of the women, the fine unity and purity of the chorus and the superb lute, the rebec, and other extraordinary instruments add flirther authenticity to the performance. Although it is preferable for members to renew with their workers, renewal tables will be available at this concert for those who wish to renew at the concert. Early renewal is .advised. The coming concert season 79-80 will include the great Krasnayarsk Dance Company of Siberia, the Paul Kuentz Chamber Orchestra of Paris, and Franco Gulli, violinist, with Enrica Cavallo, pianist. The membership fee for four concerts remains unchanged at $lS for adults and $7 for students through high school. Members are reminded that it is necessary to present their membership cards at the door for admission. Anyone who has a question concerning Community Concerts or a question regarding membership in the Community Concert Association, please contact Boulder City area chairman Rita Lyons 293-1092 or Henderson area chairman Gwyneth Gordon 565-6890. National Vocational Education Celebrated National Vocational Education Week is. being celebrated in Nevada February 11-17, 1979. Tom Platt. President of the Nevada Vocational Association said. "We are building the skills of America through vocational education, and we invite you to visit your Nevada schools during this week." More than three billion dollars are spent each year on vocational education programs across this nation. Eightyfour per cent of that amount consists of state and local dollars. "Thirteen and on half million individuals are enrolled in vocational education programs: these programs are expanding and new ones are added each year," stated R. Courtney Rjley, Vocational Director. Nevada Department of Education. Programs are offered at all levels to all age groups. They are being trained or retrained for employment in satisfying occupations. One of the many highlights of the National Vocational Week in Nevada is the selection of the Vocational Teacher of the Year from the applications received from the schools throughout the state. This award emphasizes teaching excellence as both an achievement and inspiration, and strives to recognize the contributions of the classroom teacher. 512 S. Boulder Hwy. ZfiSO Safeway Plaza Ne xt to Rasco fflSfSSShip*! Am whone Paint Ctnter OPEN 7 DAYS A WS(8-5 Master Set^.. Brushes & 20% Rolers off WALLPAPER OROBS jMt 10%off?S Rokr&Ret PanSet2JD Nowi 'lag CUE DULY HJU-SHMCEraBfTl New Snipment of Books To Slect From Deluxe Painting Pad Kit Nowif jg RB3.*5J99 565^1 AM. Pro Latex Sold COLOR STAIN ^759 GAL INTERIOR RAT-VINYL GAL nMunrvrm, PROM u oQ pn JMfio 11)1 uo iitj I q p|no3 uam tuiiui )iq) 'uut ti joop am JI (q)'> ajij *q) 01 uauiaiij am pajip un noX ot uiJlll iiij q] Aq <>s (•) E tpuoJM u; a)|ouii Aq MIIOO -JMO aq p|no} aq 'dn ipuiit uouad am j] 'ioo|; aqj 01 ato|3 'Xui j! 'a|U!| iiM it jaqi put 'tMu aifouii aanis -M\ aAca) 01 Atm )lq \\i %i Mnoq aq) jo ino pui ai|ouit aqj uioij XiMi |U!|J3(J) ; qijo; put if3iq 'iflJOj put ifotq lion put 'punojl aqi 01 aoua 'ajt noA tia\{m dOXS ('>) I SHaMSNV GZ2a7GZa JHB DMT EvtNfN^ $<)ua. Let Uncle Sam And Number One Help EducateVbur Child, Now ThaiVa an aaay. convanwnt way tor you 10 pnpar* tor yotfr cMtfi ooMagt aducaiKm .. wtth ma tip o( Uncti Sam and Nanadl't Number Oflt Sawnga AaaocMkjn irt caNtd CAP ttia CoUegt AtturvO P^ With ooatt mcraatngwwy year, more and mm pannta an finding it dttficuit to meet ttn, friends, relative*, a family day care home or a live-In housekeeper? "There it no tet answer, no one pliee to turn Cor quality child care in the U.S.," aiterU Dr. Sheila Kamrrman, profettor of social policy at New York's Hunter Cellefe School of Social Work tnd member of the Kentucky Fried Chicken Tirne Out Inttitute. Founded in 1977 by Kentucky Fried Chicken, the Inttitute it designed to explore tha changing role of the American woman and offer practical tuggettions on coping with her dual voeition—wage earner and mother. The Institute it concerned about "workmoms" in particular, who may have guilt feelings about spending leta time on household chores, Including home cooking, due to their busy schedules. In a recent study comparing child care benefits and services in the United States with those of many 1 OF A KIND II[MS ODDS & ENDS, fLOOR SAMPLES SOILED &OmGFD HEMS i FftClORYCLOSE DOTS SAVE UP TO ANNUAL WHITE ELEPHANT m jj ALL WHITE I ELEPHANTS i MUST BE SOLD REGARDLESS WHITE ELEPHANTS OF PROFIT COME AND GET 'EM-WE DON'T WANT 'EM OR LOSS other industrialized nitjons. Or. Kamerrpan found that the United Sutes does the leatt in providing government-subsidized mttemity leavet, infant/toddler care, preschool programs or extended programs for schoolige children when schools are closed. Kamerman believes the key to excellent child care would be programs which enhance child development, not ones which merely play custodian, and the workingmother In the United States muat be prepared for a difficult quest for this high quality. She luggesta the, following checklist in thcs search for child ctre: .ChKk with your state social lervices department.'" local planning councils, religious organizttions and Head SUrt centers. They can provide guidelines for selecting a day care center (where many children are cared for in one place), a family day care home (where the child is in the home of another family during the day) or a presch o ol program. _See if your stale re quires licensing of these • • facilities. Ask yourself if these licensing requirements. represent the kind of care^ "you want for your child." ~ — Consider the location. A center, home or school close to you will make transportation euier, and your child will be more comfortable among familiar people and~ places. • Take time out to visit leveral centers, hornet or' tehools and see for yourselfwhat daily activities are aviiltble for your child. — Spend time with the person in charge. Watch how that person tnd other -. staff members interact with .. the children. Will they care' for and love your child m the same way you would'' — Be prepared for the varted costs of child care in the US "Working mothers in the U & are at a disadvantage. Kamerman believes. "While the percentage of working women in other nations is comparable to that in the U.S., many countries provide benefits which make it easier for women to manage their two jobs one at the workplace and the other at home." Kamerman sees the United States' awarenets of the need for more child care growing, but at a much slower rate than other countries. Almost twothirdt of the U.S. children agea 3-6 are in some form of child care program outside the home, mostly in pre-" school programs. I YOU SHOULD BE CONCERNED. ABOUT YOUR IWATER MAHY ITEMS HOT MEHTIOHED • ^kaiaMaMiii*i AMERICAN FURNITURE 1740 E. 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i***-w*'^J'f''W.W' HandtrMn HMIM Ntw* and lewldtr City News Gimdon-Heki Wedding AmKHmeed On April 28, at 1 p.m., a Special event will take place for Glenn Eric Heki, 22 and Yvette Ardith Glandon, 20. They will be married in a ceremony performed by Father Caesar Caviglia in St. Peters Church. Glenn is the son of Wade and Evelyn Heki of 67 Oklahoma Dr. Henderson, and Yvette is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Glandon residing in Eloy, Arizona. He is a '74 graduate of Basic High School, and a former resident of Henderson. She is a 76 graduate of Las Vegas High Both are employed by The Frontier Hotel, where they met. The couple will be residing in Las Vegas, after a honeymoon in Calif. IDSdwitli toMd Gerwfllogy Stminor A genealogy seminar for the residents of Henderson and Boulder City will be held Saturday, February 24. The activity is scheduled to begin at 900 a.m. in the LDS Church Stake Center on Cholla Street in Henderson. Admission is free. Scheduled classes are designed to provide interesting study forljoth the beginner and the experienced in genealogy research Classes will be held in Personal and Family History, Family Organization, Record Extraction, U.S. Research and English Research, and a Book of Remembrance workshop. Local experts will be instructing the classes. All ages are invited to participate according to President Leonard Stubbs of the Henderson-Nevada Stake, sponsors of the seminar. P|eSS rhursday, February 15,1979 ^.Jlome of the Weeli READY TO CREST The waters of Lake Mead on Tuesday were a scant four feet from the con-crete lip of the spttlwaysrat Hoover'Darh Officials are forecasting an additional five foot rise before the lake stabilizes. However, metal gates atop the spillways will be raised to prevent "water from actually leaving the lake by this route.See story. An attractive thirty year old Townsite home located on Nebraska street is the home and dwelling place of an equally attractive couple, Stanley and Linda Braun. Purchased and occupied by the Brauns in 1975, the home looks "spanking new" due to the complete remodeling job it experienced. Linda is one of the younger breed who enjoys an "artistic" sense of the 'green thumb variety. Once inside the hallway entrance, one has to think twice to realize "this is Henderson, Nevada not Tahitil" "I hope you enjoy my entrance," Linda points out. "I simply can not resist working with plants." What a statement when the visitor is held in complete "awe" of the beauty. "Exotic" is the word which best describes Linda's brand of decorative individuality. Spanish tile serves as the flooring A huge terraniam bowl stands to the side of an Ivy clad wall and a beautiful Tai plant from Hawaii lends to the atmosphere in the foyer. A mirror and a ceramic owl (Linda made) stands as an extra "official greeter." The mirror is of wrought iron and the foyer is rich in macrame hanging plants. Linda turned out the macrame creations Home of Stanley and Linda Braun which amply serve as holders for her many plant attractions. The entrance can only be described as "outstanding"! Golden glass panels on each side of the front door together with a brass doorknob with modern scroll work behind it sets off the cathedral type door, or entrance. The living room shows an ample sized picture window with two side picture windows. Mediterranean scroll valances with chocolate brown and ivory border set off the antique satifl drapery. Earth tones dominate the living room scene with sofa and love seat and plush brown carpeting A Ben Franklin stove sets to the side which will be bordered with sandstone around and on the back walls. Linda's special Christmas present fi"om Stanley a Kawai organ is located at the center wall of the room. The dining room is "warm" with a Maple dining set and knick knack shelves made out of coke bottle boxes which Linda found on the desert and painted. Another keg bar knick knack shelf is a "curiosity quencher!" Stanley and Linda werp members of the same bowling league it> 1971 and Linda became a "June bride". Linda is the daughter of former "Action People" Smitty Chandler and moved to Henderson from Roswell. New Mexico in her early teens. Linda is a Basic High School alumna and graduated m qlerical work from the Southern Nevada Vocational Center. Stan is a native of Paris, Tennessee and after marrying Linda served the U.S. Army for three years in Ft. Carson, Colorado. Linda enjoyed living off the base and the .State of Colorado, especally Colorado Springs where the children were born David Charles Age 5, and Michelle Christine -Age 4. Stanley currently serves Pierce Engineering as a Plumber Apprentis and attends night school. When the couple found the Townsite home for sale, they knew right away that this had extreme potential. Michelle's bedroom shows a canopy bed French Provincial and is decorated in light blue tones. The Braun home depicts the life style of the engaging couple. Hobbies include: motorcycling, camping, swimming, water skiing, and fishing. Stan enjoys auto mechanic type hobbies while Linda prefers crafts and gardening. Mr. Braun is a member of the Moose Lodge. loke Mpd Water Ready To Crest Spiilwoys Water in Lake Mead is rapidly approaching its highest elevation since 1962, according to U.S. Bureau of Reclamation officials here. The 1962 high is expected to be reached and possibly surpassed within the next week. The all time high for the lake occured in 1941. A combination of factors caused by plentiful winter rains has created the untisual condition, officials explain. The primary cause is the low • demand for irrigation waters downstream due to the natural irrigation presented by the rains. This, coupled with cold weather, has delayed extensive farming demands for river water. Meanwhile, inflow to the lake has been plentiful. As of this Tuesday, the lake elevation (above mean sea level) was 1201.4 fl. The concrete crest of the spillways sits at 1205.4. fl. Thus the lake waters were a scant four feet below the crests of the spillways. Also as of Tuesday, the releases through the power plants were down to 2,000 cubic feet per second....while the inflow was registered at 17,000 cubic feet per second. The reduced output has in turn lowered the power generating -at the power plants. As the waters continue to rise, the metal gates atop the concrete spillways will be raised to prevent water loss. Fully extended, these gates will contain an additional 14 feet of water. When waters rushed over them and through the spillways and diversion tunnels in 1941, they caused considerable damage to tunnel linings. At the present time, the lake contains 23,119,000 acre feet of water and is 89 percent full. Dam officials predict that downstream demand will in> crease within a few weeks and that releases will stabilize the elevation and then reverse the current trend and begin to lower the lake level. The high waters have reduced or obliterated many of the beach areas. The causeway at the Lake .Mead Marina is barely above water • • ^ 1 • yCfl • • • .', • < • •!'iV'""' ^fWTTV 'r 1 V WHh Grace SMBS L^.^* \\ Pickart & Sons Radiator Service Much has been said abouf nature and its work in restoring and maintiininK health The recogni tion of this natural principle haafforded help to over 40.000 Americans through chiropractic, many times after other methods of help had been exhausted If chiropractic can be of so much help in thechronic and difncult cases how much moreefTective could one expect it to be with the acute and lesj complicated ailroents' A great many of our patients have come to know the value of periodic adjustmenU, not only in correciing existing irregularities, but also in maintaining a higher degree "W natural and vital health These periodic adjustments help keep the nerve supply at a maximum and help prevent trouble before it^larts Most patients who have periodic adjustments And tb cost less than when they wait until the symptoms are allowed to develop and. most imporunt of all. theie patients are usually trtt of pain DR. G.P. GERLEMAN Phone 564-2331 Chiropractor (located in Safeway Shopping Center) 532 S. Boulder Hwy. HENDERSON Nv. 89015 i ISOl POSTER ST. ACROSS THE ROAD FROM CHANNEL S PH. 564-2724 RES. MM74S HENDERSON, NV. RADIATOR EXPERTS CARS-TRUCKS TRACTORSLET US CHECK YOUR AIR CONDITIONER AU WOM GUARANTOD Vivitar lliree Day Spedal 10% OF ON ALL £HROMOBL£NDS AND HALFfi CHROME HLTERS 19 mm ST. • HDN. 565-7627 VhftttfFIII vtt' tirsi'iijmm* fMM 9^mMm: • *-i, >.;4 ^ ,' CHRYSLERS PLYMOUTHS • 2,000,000 INVENTORY REDUCTION SALEI OVER FACTORY COST INVOICE! 1979 360CID, new electronic lean-burn engine, automatic, power steering, power disc brakes, tinted glass, AIR, glass belted WSW radial tires, deluxe wheel covers, plus more. No.1d106 ASK MIKE PERFINSKI SALES MGR. FOR INVOICETHEN ADD ON... $ DRY INVOICE: %ZZ2 6322 2DR., 225CID electronic lean-burn engine, automatic, power steering, power disc brakes, radio & heater, glass belted radial WSW tires, left remote mirror, plus more. No.19033 FACTORY INVOICE: '4975 ^5075 THIS IS A LIMITED SALEI FIRST COMEFIRST SERVEDI .^*S CORDOBAS • CHAMPS LeBARONS • VOLARES HORIZONS • ARROWS SAPPOROS 4 Dr., 225 CID electronic lean-burn engine, automatic, power disc brakes, AIR. tinted glass, body side moldings, vinyl top, WSW tires, deluxe wheel covers, cloth/vinyl seats, plus more. No. 12024. 1979 1979 FACTORY INVOICE: '5003 $ NEW 1978 All new Plymouth pickup for 79! Bench vinyl seat, 4 speed, 2000cc engine, body tape stripe, decor pkg., deluxe bed, decorative decals, racing type mirror, plus more No.18001 FACTORY INVOICE: '4400 FRONT WHEEL DRIVE! 4DR. Hatchback, cloth/vinyl bucket seats, automatic, power steering, 1700CC engine, tinted glass, vinyl body side moldings, glass belted WSW tires, plus more. No.33107 FACTORY INVOICE: '4267 ^367 NEW 1978 2DR. Hatchback, automatic transmission, 1600cc engine, vinyl bucket seat interior, plus more. No.38045 FACTORY INVOICE: '4071 4 DR., V-S, automatic, power steering, power disc brakes, AIR. tinted glass, vinyl top, tilt wheel, radio & heater, body side moldings, tape stripes, deluxe wheel covers, WSW tires, plus more. No.17004 FACTORY INVOICE: '6590 AFFORDABLE LUXURYNEW STYLING! 1979 A 2DR. Hatchback, bucket seats with recliners, twin-stick 8 speed transmission, 1400cc engine, WSW tires, radio & heater, plus more. No.14017. FACTORY INVOICE: '4158 '4258 MPQ HWY MPQ CITY DRIVE HOME THE CAR OF YOUR CHOICE! 1979 CHAMP„u $100.00 down plus sales tax of $149.03. Finance $4158. 48 payments of $121.63. Finance charge: $1680.24. Deferred payment: $5838.24. Annual percentage rate: 17.59 on approved credit. PLUS SALES TAX 'W T :T'^smM'^ • : • 7^. • • • '• • ... • ?Wi.'' • '"^i/;-' • • > ^•'. • • -t'• • USED CAR CLEARANCE BELOW LOW BLUE BOOK SALE! 74 FORD THUNDERBIRD Ak eondMMMd. No. 123f 3425 77 BUICK RIVIERA Air uwdWowd. No. 44S *5975 78 MERCURY MONARCH Air condHloiMd. No. 202 ^950 76 VOLARE WAGON Air rc"* d. No. 1115 $2S95 77 CHARGER DAYTONA Air condttioiMd. No. 1S6 ^4475 75 CHEVY MONZA 4 SpMd. No. 131 1875 77 PLYM FURY WGN Air CMtdHiWMd. No. 1022 ^3675 77 CHRYSLER CORDOBA Air conditionod. No. 1230 4775 I I 3115 E.FREMONT I OPEN 9-9 MON.-SAT. 457-4161 •i

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i***-w*'^J'f''W.W' HandtrMn HMIM Ntw* and lewldtr City News Gimdon-Heki Wedding AmKHmeed On April 28, at 1 p.m., a Special event will take place for Glenn Eric Heki, 22 and Yvette Ardith Glandon, 20. They will be married in a ceremony performed by Father Caesar Caviglia in St. Peters Church. Glenn is the son of Wade and Evelyn Heki of 67 Oklahoma Dr. Henderson, and Yvette is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Glandon residing in Eloy, Arizona. He is a '74 graduate of Basic High School, and a former resident of Henderson. She is a 76 graduate of Las Vegas High Both are employed by The Frontier Hotel, where they met. The couple will be residing in Las Vegas, after a honeymoon in Calif. IDSdwitli toMd Gerwfllogy Stminor A genealogy seminar for the residents of Henderson and Boulder City will be held Saturday, February 24. The activity is scheduled to begin at 900 a.m. in the LDS Church Stake Center on Cholla Street in Henderson. Admission is free. Scheduled classes are designed to provide interesting study forljoth the beginner and the experienced in genealogy research Classes will be held in Personal and Family History, Family Organization, Record Extraction, U.S. Research and English Research, and a Book of Remembrance workshop. Local experts will be instructing the classes. All ages are invited to participate according to President Leonard Stubbs of the Henderson-Nevada Stake, sponsors of the seminar. P|eSS rhursday, February 15,1979 ^.Jlome of the Weeli READY TO CREST The waters of Lake Mead on Tuesday were a scant four feet from the con-crete lip of the spttlwaysrat Hoover'Darh Officials are forecasting an additional five foot rise before the lake stabilizes. However, metal gates atop the spillways will be raised to prevent "water from actually leaving the lake by this route.See story. An attractive thirty year old Townsite home located on Nebraska street is the home and dwelling place of an equally attractive couple, Stanley and Linda Braun. Purchased and occupied by the Brauns in 1975, the home looks "spanking new" due to the complete remodeling job it experienced. Linda is one of the younger breed who enjoys an "artistic" sense of the 'green thumb variety. Once inside the hallway entrance, one has to think twice to realize "this is Henderson, Nevada not Tahitil" "I hope you enjoy my entrance," Linda points out. "I simply can not resist working with plants." What a statement when the visitor is held in complete "awe" of the beauty. "Exotic" is the word which best describes Linda's brand of decorative individuality. Spanish tile serves as the flooring A huge terraniam bowl stands to the side of an Ivy clad wall and a beautiful Tai plant from Hawaii lends to the atmosphere in the foyer. A mirror and a ceramic owl (Linda made) stands as an extra "official greeter." The mirror is of wrought iron and the foyer is rich in macrame hanging plants. Linda turned out the macrame creations Home of Stanley and Linda Braun which amply serve as holders for her many plant attractions. The entrance can only be described as "outstanding"! Golden glass panels on each side of the front door together with a brass doorknob with modern scroll work behind it sets off the cathedral type door, or entrance. The living room shows an ample sized picture window with two side picture windows. Mediterranean scroll valances with chocolate brown and ivory border set off the antique satifl drapery. Earth tones dominate the living room scene with sofa and love seat and plush brown carpeting A Ben Franklin stove sets to the side which will be bordered with sandstone around and on the back walls. Linda's special Christmas present fi"om Stanley a Kawai organ is located at the center wall of the room. The dining room is "warm" with a Maple dining set and knick knack shelves made out of coke bottle boxes which Linda found on the desert and painted. Another keg bar knick knack shelf is a "curiosity quencher!" Stanley and Linda werp members of the same bowling league it> 1971 and Linda became a "June bride". Linda is the daughter of former "Action People" Smitty Chandler and moved to Henderson from Roswell. New Mexico in her early teens. Linda is a Basic High School alumna and graduated m qlerical work from the Southern Nevada Vocational Center. Stan is a native of Paris, Tennessee and after marrying Linda served the U.S. Army for three years in Ft. Carson, Colorado. Linda enjoyed living off the base and the .State of Colorado, especally Colorado Springs where the children were born David Charles Age 5, and Michelle Christine -Age 4. Stanley currently serves Pierce Engineering as a Plumber Apprentis and attends night school. When the couple found the Townsite home for sale, they knew right away that this had extreme potential. Michelle's bedroom shows a canopy bed French Provincial and is decorated in light blue tones. The Braun home depicts the life style of the engaging couple. Hobbies include: motorcycling, camping, swimming, water skiing, and fishing. Stan enjoys auto mechanic type hobbies while Linda prefers crafts and gardening. Mr. Braun is a member of the Moose Lodge. loke Mpd Water Ready To Crest Spiilwoys Water in Lake Mead is rapidly approaching its highest elevation since 1962, according to U.S. Bureau of Reclamation officials here. The 1962 high is expected to be reached and possibly surpassed within the next week. The all time high for the lake occured in 1941. A combination of factors caused by plentiful winter rains has created the untisual condition, officials explain. The primary cause is the low • demand for irrigation waters downstream due to the natural irrigation presented by the rains. This, coupled with cold weather, has delayed extensive farming demands for river water. Meanwhile, inflow to the lake has been plentiful. As of this Tuesday, the lake elevation (above mean sea level) was 1201.4 fl. The concrete crest of the spillways sits at 1205.4. fl. Thus the lake waters were a scant four feet below the crests of the spillways. Also as of Tuesday, the releases through the power plants were down to 2,000 cubic feet per second....while the inflow was registered at 17,000 cubic feet per second. The reduced output has in turn lowered the power generating -at the power plants. As the waters continue to rise, the metal gates atop the concrete spillways will be raised to prevent water loss. Fully extended, these gates will contain an additional 14 feet of water. When waters rushed over them and through the spillways and diversion tunnels in 1941, they caused considerable damage to tunnel linings. At the present time, the lake contains 23,119,000 acre feet of water and is 89 percent full. Dam officials predict that downstream demand will in> crease within a few weeks and that releases will stabilize the elevation and then reverse the current trend and begin to lower the lake level. The high waters have reduced or obliterated many of the beach areas. The causeway at the Lake .Mead Marina is barely above water • • ^ 1 • yCfl • • • .', • < • •!'iV'""' ^fWTTV 'r 1 V WHh Grace SMBS L^.^* \\ Pickart & Sons Radiator Service Much has been said abouf nature and its work in restoring and maintiininK health The recogni tion of this natural principle haafforded help to over 40.000 Americans through chiropractic, many times after other methods of help had been exhausted If chiropractic can be of so much help in thechronic and difncult cases how much moreefTective could one expect it to be with the acute and lesj complicated ailroents' A great many of our patients have come to know the value of periodic adjustmenU, not only in correciing existing irregularities, but also in maintaining a higher degree "W natural and vital health These periodic adjustments help keep the nerve supply at a maximum and help prevent trouble before it^larts Most patients who have periodic adjustments And tb cost less than when they wait until the symptoms are allowed to develop and. most imporunt of all. theie patients are usually trtt of pain DR. G.P. GERLEMAN Phone 564-2331 Chiropractor (located in Safeway Shopping Center) 532 S. Boulder Hwy. HENDERSON Nv. 89015 i ISOl POSTER ST. ACROSS THE ROAD FROM CHANNEL S PH. 564-2724 RES. MM74S HENDERSON, NV. RADIATOR EXPERTS CARS-TRUCKS TRACTORSLET US CHECK YOUR AIR CONDITIONER AU WOM GUARANTOD Vivitar lliree Day Spedal 10% OF ON ALL £HROMOBL£NDS AND HALFfi CHROME HLTERS 19 mm ST. • HDN. 565-7627 VhftttfFIII vtt' tirsi'iijmm* fMM 9^mMm: • *-i, >.;4 ^ ,' CHRYSLERS PLYMOUTHS • 2,000,000 INVENTORY REDUCTION SALEI OVER FACTORY COST INVOICE! 1979 360CID, new electronic lean-burn engine, automatic, power steering, power disc brakes, tinted glass, AIR, glass belted WSW radial tires, deluxe wheel covers, plus more. No.1d106 ASK MIKE PERFINSKI SALES MGR. FOR INVOICETHEN ADD ON... $ DRY INVOICE: %ZZ2 6322 2DR., 225CID electronic lean-burn engine, automatic, power steering, power disc brakes, radio & heater, glass belted radial WSW tires, left remote mirror, plus more. No.19033 FACTORY INVOICE: '4975 ^5075 THIS IS A LIMITED SALEI FIRST COMEFIRST SERVEDI .^*S CORDOBAS • CHAMPS LeBARONS • VOLARES HORIZONS • ARROWS SAPPOROS 4 Dr., 225 CID electronic lean-burn engine, automatic, power disc brakes, AIR. tinted glass, body side moldings, vinyl top, WSW tires, deluxe wheel covers, cloth/vinyl seats, plus more. No. 12024. 1979 1979 FACTORY INVOICE: '5003 $ NEW 1978 All new Plymouth pickup for 79! Bench vinyl seat, 4 speed, 2000cc engine, body tape stripe, decor pkg., deluxe bed, decorative decals, racing type mirror, plus more No.18001 FACTORY INVOICE: '4400 FRONT WHEEL DRIVE! 4DR. Hatchback, cloth/vinyl bucket seats, automatic, power steering, 1700CC engine, tinted glass, vinyl body side moldings, glass belted WSW tires, plus more. No.33107 FACTORY INVOICE: '4267 ^367 NEW 1978 2DR. Hatchback, automatic transmission, 1600cc engine, vinyl bucket seat interior, plus more. No.38045 FACTORY INVOICE: '4071 4 DR., V-S, automatic, power steering, power disc brakes, AIR. tinted glass, vinyl top, tilt wheel, radio & heater, body side moldings, tape stripes, deluxe wheel covers, WSW tires, plus more. No.17004 FACTORY INVOICE: '6590 AFFORDABLE LUXURYNEW STYLING! 1979 A 2DR. Hatchback, bucket seats with recliners, twin-stick 8 speed transmission, 1400cc engine, WSW tires, radio & heater, plus more. No.14017. FACTORY INVOICE: '4158 '4258 MPQ HWY MPQ CITY DRIVE HOME THE CAR OF YOUR CHOICE! 1979 CHAMP„u $100.00 down plus sales tax of $149.03. Finance $4158. 48 payments of $121.63. Finance charge: $1680.24. Deferred payment: $5838.24. Annual percentage rate: 17.59 on approved credit. PLUS SALES TAX 'W T :T'^smM'^ • : • 7^. • • • '• • ... • ?Wi.'' • '"^i/;-' • • > ^•'. • • -t'• • USED CAR CLEARANCE BELOW LOW BLUE BOOK SALE! 74 FORD THUNDERBIRD Ak eondMMMd. No. 123f 3425 77 BUICK RIVIERA Air uwdWowd. No. 44S *5975 78 MERCURY MONARCH Air condHloiMd. No. 202 ^950 76 VOLARE WAGON Air rc"* d. No. 1115 $2S95 77 CHARGER DAYTONA Air condttioiMd. No. 1S6 ^4475 75 CHEVY MONZA 4 SpMd. No. 131 1875 77 PLYM FURY WGN Air CMtdHiWMd. No. 1022 ^3675 77 CHRYSLER CORDOBA Air conditionod. No. 1230 4775 I I 3115 E.FREMONT I OPEN 9-9 MON.-SAT. 457-4161 •i

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EMBER„.LA8 VEGAS 18 FRIENDLY F9RD COUNTIIYI] F,/ iX'/ C/i-ti/ v/ 4 .speed transmission, tinted glass. .tires No 2168 74 rONTlM: "CATUJM 4 Ooor V6. automatic power steering, power brakes, air candltionln(, AM radio, vinyl top WSW "Family Transportation No P3325A < WAS M1N ^ -MUST SILL' 74 CMEVT "NOVA" 4 Door V8 automatic power steering power brakes air conditioning AM radio wire wheel covers WSW Super Sharp No P3313A ti WAS tSSfll • "IMUST SCLL' 74 "MOilTE CARLO" tteering, AM4I VI automatic power steerir brakes air conditioning AM/FW stereo, bockr seats /consoie. vmyl top. factory custom wheels. tWSW Xonw tarty' No 1342B WAS tSMI -MUST SCLL* *2988 75 MERC "MOUICN" 4 O V8 automatic power steering, power brakes air conditioning AM radio, vinyl lop bucket scats WSW Comton l Economy No '038B ^ WAS M1M • -MUST SELL' 78 "RUSTAM" V8 automatic power steering AM/tape bucnei seats wire wheel covers WSW, Pin stripes Sporty' N3 R829 C WAS tMSS V -MUST SILL 77 niTO "WASOI" 4 cylinder 4 speed power steering. a>r Corxlitioning AM radio Body side moMngs WSW Economy Wagon No P3278 WAS t)7N -MUST SIU' '2999 77 FORO LTD "lAMAU" 2 door V8 automatic powr steerma. power brakes air condltienmg split power teat Locks & windows AM^ nAape tilt vinyl top. factory custom wheels WSW loaded With Opti Options No t826A 6 WAS M7N ^ -MUST SILL76 FORD V8 automatic power steering power brakes air conditioning AM/fM stereo. tilt & aulM split power seat, power windows & locks, : vmvi lop factory custom wheels Double Shi No 303A WAS SS4fl -MUST SELL" loubie Sharp '4388 71 "6RAN0 PRIX" V8 automatic power sieeririg power brakes, air conditioning AM/fM w/tape. tiH&cruis* power bucket seats, windows & tocks custorT' veiour interior factory custom wheels Why Buy New' No 609A Cj WAS $74*5 <9| "MUST SILL' 75 TOYOTA "CORONA" 4 cylinder. 4 speed air conditioning AM/FM w/cassefle bucket seats Rwl with nallye wtteels Sporty Economy No t2tiA t] WAS tSIM • -MUST MU' 78 "ORANAOA" 4 dr 6 cylinder automatic power steer ing air conditioning AM radio WSW radials Comfot & Economy No P3322 WAS ssrsi -MUST SELL' 1 ctwiwn'y '4866 ring power It I 76 MERC MONARCH VB, automatic, power steerli brakes air conditioning tilt & cruise AM/FM Wlape power windows, vinyl top l^W radials "Must See No t49tA WA SSIM -MUST SILL '4266 *4299 1979 FMO FIDO 133' CUSTOd SniiSIDE PU S 0 Litre 302 VB engine. 3 speed transmission, knitted vinyl seat, gauges, tinted BRAND NEW 1979 GRANADA 4 ODOR 6 cylinder engine, automatic transmission, power steering, power front disc brakes. Air conditionirM AM radio, hnt glass bodyside moldings Dfl78i14 WSW radials. cloth trim color keyed cut pile carpeting brigh! moldings, wheel covers. "An American Success Storyi No 1668 5395 77 DATSUN "F10 3 door 4 cylinder 5 speed AM/FM radio bucket seats WSW Economy Plus No 9030A 0 WAS 13718 y -MUST SILL77 MERC "MONARCM" 4 door 6 cylinder, automatic, power steering power brakes, an conditioning. AM radio WSW raidals "Must See" No P3315 WAS SAStS -MUST SILL' $' glass, extra cooling pacage. step bumpar S F78>1S 4 ply tirts No 1989 *4899 1979 FORD RANCHERO 500 5 0 Litre 302 VB, autornatic transmission power steering, power brakes, steel belt tires. Air conditioning tinted glass dual acing mirrors, deluxe wheel covers No 203 71 FORD FAiRMOVr2 door 6 cylinder automatic, power Steeflno power brakes, air conditioning AM 'raflio vinyl lop wire wheel covers. WSW radials "Ford s Largest Seller No P3263 WAS I49t -MUST SILL '5999 1979 FORD E150 CARflO VAN. 124" W.B. 30C CIO. 6 cylinder 4 speed 0 0 transmission passenger seat gauges mirrors Air conditioning, cigar lighter, sliding side • doors power sterlng power brakes 5 L78xl5 tires. No 2221 ^3999 T—V ^ '5999 74 DATSUN "KIO" 4 cylinder 4 speed AM radio, bucket seats rallye wheels RWL tires "Sporty Economy No 1861A 0 WAS SHM 9 -MUST SELL' 75 FORO "ELITFV6 automatic power steeiing, power brakes air conditioning tilt I cruise split power sett oauses vmyi top wire wheel csvers. WSW Tersonallnd Driving No 1340A WAS S4Mf -MUST SELL' 71 FORO "ITD II" 2 door VS auiomat.c power sterino power brakes an conditioning AM/FW stereo sport steering wheel gaugas factory custom wheels RWl 'adia's spor paint stripes Sporty Sporty No R841 ( WAS ssssi y -MUST SELL' 77 PtHTO "WAtOr 4 cylinder 4 spees power steering, air condihomng AM radio Body side moMmg WSW Economy Wagon" No P3272 tl WAS tlMS • -MUST SILLpower MI/FM 74 "GRAND PRIX' ve automatic, power stearmg. brakes air conditioning AM/FM w/casserie buckr seats, power windows vinyl top factory custom wheels IWSW Stylish Driving No 1686A ^ WAS IMtS y -MUST SILL74 DATSUN HO4cyiin< radio WSW No P3227A f WAS WH • -MUST SILL* 4 speed air conditioning AM economy Plus 71 LTD 1R0MNAM" 4 door Vt automatic power steering. power Drakes air conditioning till \ cruise split SNt vinyl top WSW radials Family Comtoft No 1965A 0 WAS |4H • -MUST SELL' 76 DATSUN F10 "WA80N" bucke* seats A Family Economy 4 cylinder 4 speed bucke* seats AM/FM radw paim stripe No 768A WAS I32tl • MUIT SELL' $' 76 FOND SRAND TOMNO "SOUME WAMN" V8 auiomittc. power sieen brakes, air corMitiontng. tin WSW. "Wagon With Styt^e No R835 WAS |4tM •MUIT ttU' K adw V TRUCKS 74 WEVY AN 30 -CAMPER" Raised top complete camper w/captam chairs tilt rec mirrors, sliding side windows. Air conditioning "Complete Camper" No 1763AT 0 WAS SMN V -MUST SILLw^^^ 77 FORO F250 RAINEr ve auton\atic power steering, power brakes air conditioning, AM radio, dual tanks gauges rear step bumper Rec mrrors. Heavy Duty No 867AT WAS SS4M -MUST SELL' 77 D008E CUnOM brakes Air conditionino t gauges cloth seat 'w slldin rec mirrors, dual tanks. "Wit No 9tSCT WAt SSNI -MUST SILLI radio. Shell" '5988 1979 FORD PINTO RUNABOUT Power Steering Ak. power brakes AMradio Aspeed.*' and more SiO? i" phii ui IV 3i Kanfis OpviniiluMaK DMmpnMnl (106 es swit mm tin CaouMie CM S4)dO Oterao anor saaSO tm H mmm UaiCiO TM MM MigiMr. lUM glticiii Kn I uu* SSM 9t CuMiiw iMOontM Iw Mitnc* btHMD'Mrtml re rvunl vMui me Di iHH IMI or IS on nw • t SIM ho IN' RRAND NEW 1979 MUSTANG 2 DOOR 2300 CC 4 cylinder engine automatic transmission power Steering power front disc brakes. Air conditionina interior accent group, dual remote mirrors console wilti digital readout, AM radio wittt rear speakers, tmt oiass. ligm group, (4) lurtMne wheel covers rocker molding s wide wrap around bodyside moldings. B7B<14 W^ tires, pin stripes, cloth oudual teals, tachometer temp alt. and oil gauges. "The New Breed'" No 1773 *5495 AND NEW 1979 FAIRMONT STATION WGN 6 cylinder engine, automatic transmission power steer ing. power front 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 Dn7Bx14 WSW radials tint glass, cut pile carpel bright moldings. "Be Your Own Wagon Master" No 1562 5995 '10ZS NANK ADAMS YOUR FrtMyFiri iNM Mil. -76 FORD tlSO" 6 cylinder 3 speed power brakes. AM w/tape cloth interior HO Hear step bumper, paint stripes "Economy With Style No 1299AT WAS l47fS -MUST SELL' $' "F2S0" 3 soMd. air conditorang. HC riar Slap burnper rec 76 FORO 6 cyiii power brakes mirrors, "Heavy Duty Economy No 720AT 0 WAt SAStt y •MUST SELL iiiOOeMiowieipiiauiio'36 ">• dMaitioiHMC OoT' mmntlMU SKirit) Mmn tin Ciaiino COD saoo Ot foiw ano Tow 01 tnnm 1410' M TM> KM atiliMii IU01 U iiiuii > mtUOO EnmiM o• 4 titae >aiui a me 1^ •m SoM m IS OOO mn t* rw Sbo No nss 1979 FORO FAIRMONT FUTURA Chia option powe' steering automatic transmission Air conditioning tutona paint WSW tires AM radio turolne wtnil covers and more '110S N^ j: 3B88I \fom Vi i DsrI t 1979 FORD MUSTANG Automatic. Air conditioning, poieir stwino Interior accent oroup powtr brakes. AM/FM stereo. tu'Oine wlieel covtrs. IMSW tues and iwe BRAND NEW 1979 FORD LTD 2 DOOR VB enoine. automatic trandnission power steering power iront diK brakes. Air conditioning clock cruise control AM radio, lint olass protection oroup, exterior accent group, deluxe bumper group n)7Bi14 WSW radial tires power vent system dual Kcent paint stripes, ramote control miiror deluxe wtieef covrs LTD sound package. Ouiet Is The Sound Ot A Well Made Car No 1805 6395 BRAND NEW 1979 FORD LTD 4 DOOR VB engine automatic transmission power steering, power nont disc brakes Air conditioning. AM radio, exterior accent group tint glass, power vent system flight bench seats, vinyl top. dual accent paint stripes FR78X14 WSW radials. deluxa bumper group, remote control dual mirrors. Muxt wtwal covers. "Pure Driving Pleasure" No t8S9 *6599 BRAND NEW 1979 TNUNOERBIRD VB inglnt. steering. '119: ^. lilt ro Mr moneiika Ui la X •oieii OH" M taM m OK DM* MMM Sinia Stcirty Wpmii S44iBSI TOM IMI MMemneOM fmitmwlaOiOO ummm^^aatml lew w eMnRCi Mwtm ft•w f iMtt % ion power from dlK Mw. Air eondWomng. AM/fM t tape, tilt wtieel. cruise control, poMr driver seat, power Ma windows power k)Cki. auto iM rilease interior decor oroup. light group, protection group tint glass dtluxe Dumpir voup. lugoaoe compartment trim, convenience oroup, IR78xl$ WSW radials. mOumtntation group Mwt sound package dual accent patnt stripes vinyl root. dock, opera windows "Wliy Drive Fly! No 22 79951 •N iiH^SS^ 666 N. DECATUR PH. 870-7221 WT rt NUTERH MM KTWfEN IXHrEUWAT I NASWMTON • SAUS INMS ScJI-lt MN.-SAT. • fllCfS MM Till FEI. 16. 1971 'froof again...Nfi|lluly beats A Friemlly Ford deal!** 'IIIVAA'9 UUIMtf VOLUMI NAURU *> NMUt SNJKT It nas IMI PRESIDERT RE;%L ilOI%IEST 10 COOUMESS BUIS! DON'T MISS THESE SAVINGS! I' K 79 SKYLARK $5696 2 Door. Factory Air, Power Brakes, Automatic, Power Steering, Deluxe Wheel Covers. White Wall Tires, Radio, Heavy Duty Cooling, Bodyside Molding. No. 87. 79 REGAL $6696 OR LEASE FOR $ ^ ^ ^^ ^#*"^^ Month open end lease. Capitalized cost $6517 00. max^ ^1 ^5 KQtmum liability at end of lease $3350. Total depreciation due I £^ ^^ S3167 Security deposit of $150 & first payment of $146.69 due I ^m \^ 31 tieginning ot lease. A NEW INTERIOR DESIGN AND A REVISED INSTRUMENT PANEL. Equipped with Power Steering & Brakes, Air Conditioning, Tinted Glass, Radio, & Heater, WSW Tires, Bodyside Moldings, Heavy Duty Cooling, Much. Much More. No. 79-36. li 79 CENTURY WAGON $6996 Tinted glass, electric door locks, factory air. remote control mirror cruise control, tilt wheel, power steering, white wall tires, clock, Ralley sport wheels, luggage rack. No. 175. Limited 4 Door Model, Tinted Glass, Electric Door Locks, Door Edge. Air Conditioning. Remote Control Mirror. Cruise Control. V-8. Tilt Wheel, Power Equipment of Course! No. 79-60. r OUR CLASS "A" USED CARS 1 73 NNNIVILII 4 door, automatic factory air. powir steering, power brakes landau top. Hit wheel. AM w/upe player No 3S6A *1995 75 WICK REfiAL Nicely Equipped No 885A <3495 76 FIREIIM) AM radio with 8 Hack tape till wheel, vinyl top. 13.000 miles No 79309A <4895 75 RABBIT 4 speed, factory air AM/fM No 264B *2695 75 CORDOBA Leaihei mierior landau top Rallev wheels AM/fM tape player with stereo bucket seats cruise control No 906 *3995 76 MONH CARLO Automatic factory air power steering powei brakes, landau top mag wheels radio No 30A •4195 77 RIVIERA Automatic AM/fM, Cruise control power steering brakes & doo' locks Many other extras No 793tOA 7295 77 CAPRICE STATION WA60N All the txtras. No 166A *5695 71 ToroTA comiu Sspeed landau lop. mag wheels. No '3050 75 COUK DC VIUE Loaded No 374A *5495 76 FORO ELITE Air. power Steering brakes windows & door locks. Spill seat, landau lop till wheel. AM/fM stereo & tape, cruise conliol No 963A •4195 SAVE! 77 BUICK LIMITED Loaded including power moon roof No 22A 7795 77 SEVILLE Loaded No 284A *10,500 77 CUTLASS BR0U6NAM Air power sleeting Diakes windows. spill seat landau loo tilt wheel, mag wheels AM/FM stereo tape cruise No 891A •5795 78 6RANA0A 2 door automatic, factory air, power steenng radio, wire wtieel covers. V8 No 341A 5195 %9 • > ra Ik.' H. h.. • • 1 • ^ l — tk A^ r V^' m • X, GMQUAIJTY S8MCE MinS ^i GBMIRALiBOTOBSIIUrrSIXVISION OO THAT aUAT QM muNQ wiTM amuim on PARS. 3025 EAST SAHARA PHONE 457-4475 Showroom Hours 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Monday thru Saturday li iWi ^1

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EMBER„.LA8 VEGAS 18 FRIENDLY F9RD COUNTIIYI] F,/ iX'/ C/i-ti/ v/ 4 .speed transmission, tinted glass. .tires No 2168 74 rONTlM: "CATUJM 4 Ooor V6. automatic power steering, power brakes, air candltionln(, AM radio, vinyl top WSW "Family Transportation No P3325A < WAS M1N ^ -MUST SILL' 74 CMEVT "NOVA" 4 Door V8 automatic power steering power brakes air conditioning AM radio wire wheel covers WSW Super Sharp No P3313A ti WAS tSSfll • "IMUST SCLL' 74 "MOilTE CARLO" tteering, AM4I VI automatic power steerir brakes air conditioning AM/FW stereo, bockr seats /consoie. vmyl top. factory custom wheels. tWSW Xonw tarty' No 1342B WAS tSMI -MUST SCLL* *2988 75 MERC "MOUICN" 4 O V8 automatic power steering, power brakes air conditioning AM radio, vinyl lop bucket scats WSW Comton l Economy No '038B ^ WAS M1M • -MUST SELL' 78 "RUSTAM" V8 automatic power steering AM/tape bucnei seats wire wheel covers WSW, Pin stripes Sporty' N3 R829 C WAS tMSS V -MUST SILL 77 niTO "WASOI" 4 cylinder 4 speed power steering. a>r Corxlitioning AM radio Body side moMngs WSW Economy Wagon No P3278 WAS t)7N -MUST SIU' '2999 77 FORO LTD "lAMAU" 2 door V8 automatic powr steerma. power brakes air condltienmg split power teat Locks & windows AM^ nAape tilt vinyl top. factory custom wheels WSW loaded With Opti Options No t826A 6 WAS M7N ^ -MUST SILL76 FORD V8 automatic power steering power brakes air conditioning AM/fM stereo. tilt & aulM split power seat, power windows & locks, : vmvi lop factory custom wheels Double Shi No 303A WAS SS4fl -MUST SELL" loubie Sharp '4388 71 "6RAN0 PRIX" V8 automatic power sieeririg power brakes, air conditioning AM/fM w/tape. tiH&cruis* power bucket seats, windows & tocks custorT' veiour interior factory custom wheels Why Buy New' No 609A Cj WAS $74*5 <9| "MUST SILL' 75 TOYOTA "CORONA" 4 cylinder. 4 speed air conditioning AM/FM w/cassefle bucket seats Rwl with nallye wtteels Sporty Economy No t2tiA t] WAS tSIM • -MUST MU' 78 "ORANAOA" 4 dr 6 cylinder automatic power steer ing air conditioning AM radio WSW radials Comfot & Economy No P3322 WAS ssrsi -MUST SELL' 1 ctwiwn'y '4866 ring power It I 76 MERC MONARCH VB, automatic, power steerli brakes air conditioning tilt & cruise AM/FM Wlape power windows, vinyl top l^W radials "Must See No t49tA WA SSIM -MUST SILL '4266 *4299 1979 FMO FIDO 133' CUSTOd SniiSIDE PU S 0 Litre 302 VB engine. 3 speed transmission, knitted vinyl seat, gauges, tinted BRAND NEW 1979 GRANADA 4 ODOR 6 cylinder engine, automatic transmission, power steering, power front disc brakes. Air conditionirM AM radio, hnt glass bodyside moldings Dfl78i14 WSW radials. cloth trim color keyed cut pile carpeting brigh! moldings, wheel covers. "An American Success Storyi No 1668 5395 77 DATSUN "F10 3 door 4 cylinder 5 speed AM/FM radio bucket seats WSW Economy Plus No 9030A 0 WAS 13718 y -MUST SILL77 MERC "MONARCM" 4 door 6 cylinder, automatic, power steering power brakes, an conditioning. AM radio WSW raidals "Must See" No P3315 WAS SAStS -MUST SILL' $' glass, extra cooling pacage. step bumpar S F78>1S 4 ply tirts No 1989 *4899 1979 FORD RANCHERO 500 5 0 Litre 302 VB, autornatic transmission power steering, power brakes, steel belt tires. Air conditioning tinted glass dual acing mirrors, deluxe wheel covers No 203 71 FORD FAiRMOVr2 door 6 cylinder automatic, power Steeflno power brakes, air conditioning AM 'raflio vinyl lop wire wheel covers. WSW radials "Ford s Largest Seller No P3263 WAS I49t -MUST SILL '5999 1979 FORD E150 CARflO VAN. 124" W.B. 30C CIO. 6 cylinder 4 speed 0 0 transmission passenger seat gauges mirrors Air conditioning, cigar lighter, sliding side • doors power sterlng power brakes 5 L78xl5 tires. No 2221 ^3999 T—V ^ '5999 74 DATSUN "KIO" 4 cylinder 4 speed AM radio, bucket seats rallye wheels RWL tires "Sporty Economy No 1861A 0 WAS SHM 9 -MUST SELL' 75 FORO "ELITFV6 automatic power steeiing, power brakes air conditioning tilt I cruise split power sett oauses vmyi top wire wheel csvers. WSW Tersonallnd Driving No 1340A WAS S4Mf -MUST SELL' 71 FORO "ITD II" 2 door VS auiomat.c power sterino power brakes an conditioning AM/FW stereo sport steering wheel gaugas factory custom wheels RWl 'adia's spor paint stripes Sporty Sporty No R841 ( WAS ssssi y -MUST SELL' 77 PtHTO "WAtOr 4 cylinder 4 spees power steering, air condihomng AM radio Body side moMmg WSW Economy Wagon" No P3272 tl WAS tlMS • -MUST SILLpower MI/FM 74 "GRAND PRIX' ve automatic, power stearmg. brakes air conditioning AM/FM w/casserie buckr seats, power windows vinyl top factory custom wheels IWSW Stylish Driving No 1686A ^ WAS IMtS y -MUST SILL74 DATSUN HO4cyiin< radio WSW No P3227A f WAS WH • -MUST SILL* 4 speed air conditioning AM economy Plus 71 LTD 1R0MNAM" 4 door Vt automatic power steering. power Drakes air conditioning till \ cruise split SNt vinyl top WSW radials Family Comtoft No 1965A 0 WAS |4H • -MUST SELL' 76 DATSUN F10 "WA80N" bucke* seats A Family Economy 4 cylinder 4 speed bucke* seats AM/FM radw paim stripe No 768A WAS I32tl • MUIT SELL' $' 76 FOND SRAND TOMNO "SOUME WAMN" V8 auiomittc. power sieen brakes, air corMitiontng. tin WSW. "Wagon With Styt^e No R835 WAS |4tM •MUIT ttU' K adw V TRUCKS 74 WEVY AN 30 -CAMPER" Raised top complete camper w/captam chairs tilt rec mirrors, sliding side windows. Air conditioning "Complete Camper" No 1763AT 0 WAS SMN V -MUST SILLw^^^ 77 FORO F250 RAINEr ve auton\atic power steering, power brakes air conditioning, AM radio, dual tanks gauges rear step bumper Rec mrrors. Heavy Duty No 867AT WAS SS4M -MUST SELL' 77 D008E CUnOM brakes Air conditionino t gauges cloth seat 'w slldin rec mirrors, dual tanks. "Wit No 9tSCT WAt SSNI -MUST SILLI radio. Shell" '5988 1979 FORD PINTO RUNABOUT Power Steering Ak. power brakes AMradio Aspeed.*' and more SiO? i" phii ui IV 3i Kanfis OpviniiluMaK DMmpnMnl (106 es swit mm tin CaouMie CM S4)dO Oterao anor saaSO tm H mmm UaiCiO TM MM MigiMr. lUM glticiii Kn I uu* SSM 9t CuMiiw iMOontM Iw Mitnc* btHMD'Mrtml re rvunl vMui me Di iHH IMI or IS on nw • t SIM ho IN' RRAND NEW 1979 MUSTANG 2 DOOR 2300 CC 4 cylinder engine automatic transmission power Steering power front disc brakes. Air conditionina interior accent group, dual remote mirrors console wilti digital readout, AM radio wittt rear speakers, tmt oiass. ligm group, (4) lurtMne wheel covers rocker molding s wide wrap around bodyside moldings. B7B<14 W^ tires, pin stripes, cloth oudual teals, tachometer temp alt. and oil gauges. "The New Breed'" No 1773 *5495 AND NEW 1979 FAIRMONT STATION WGN 6 cylinder engine, automatic transmission power steer ing. power front 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 Dn7Bx14 WSW radials tint glass, cut pile carpel bright moldings. "Be Your Own Wagon Master" No 1562 5995 '10ZS NANK ADAMS YOUR FrtMyFiri iNM Mil. -76 FORD tlSO" 6 cylinder 3 speed power brakes. AM w/tape cloth interior HO Hear step bumper, paint stripes "Economy With Style No 1299AT WAS l47fS -MUST SELL' $' "F2S0" 3 soMd. air conditorang. HC riar Slap burnper rec 76 FORO 6 cyiii power brakes mirrors, "Heavy Duty Economy No 720AT 0 WAt SAStt y •MUST SELL iiiOOeMiowieipiiauiio'36 ">• dMaitioiHMC OoT' mmntlMU SKirit) Mmn tin Ciaiino COD saoo Ot foiw ano Tow 01 tnnm 1410' M TM> KM atiliMii IU01 U iiiuii > mtUOO EnmiM o• 4 titae >aiui a me 1^ •m SoM m IS OOO mn t* rw Sbo No nss 1979 FORO FAIRMONT FUTURA Chia option powe' steering automatic transmission Air conditioning tutona paint WSW tires AM radio turolne wtnil covers and more '110S N^ j: 3B88I \fom Vi i DsrI t 1979 FORD MUSTANG Automatic. Air conditioning, poieir stwino Interior accent oroup powtr brakes. AM/FM stereo. tu'Oine wlieel covtrs. IMSW tues and iwe BRAND NEW 1979 FORD LTD 2 DOOR VB enoine. automatic trandnission power steering power iront diK brakes. Air conditioning clock cruise control AM radio, lint olass protection oroup, exterior accent group, deluxe bumper group n)7Bi14 WSW radial tires power vent system dual Kcent paint stripes, ramote control miiror deluxe wtieef covrs LTD sound package. Ouiet Is The Sound Ot A Well Made Car No 1805 6395 BRAND NEW 1979 FORD LTD 4 DOOR VB engine automatic transmission power steering, power nont disc brakes Air conditioning. AM radio, exterior accent group tint glass, power vent system flight bench seats, vinyl top. dual accent paint stripes FR78X14 WSW radials. deluxa bumper group, remote control dual mirrors. Muxt wtwal covers. "Pure Driving Pleasure" No t8S9 *6599 BRAND NEW 1979 TNUNOERBIRD VB inglnt. steering. '119: ^. lilt ro Mr moneiika Ui la X •oieii OH" M taM m OK DM* MMM Sinia Stcirty Wpmii S44iBSI TOM IMI MMemneOM fmitmwlaOiOO ummm^^aatml lew w eMnRCi Mwtm ft•w f iMtt % ion power from dlK Mw. Air eondWomng. AM/fM t tape, tilt wtieel. cruise control, poMr driver seat, power Ma windows power k)Cki. auto iM rilease interior decor oroup. light group, protection group tint glass dtluxe Dumpir voup. lugoaoe compartment trim, convenience oroup, IR78xl$ WSW radials. mOumtntation group Mwt sound package dual accent patnt stripes vinyl root. dock, opera windows "Wliy Drive Fly! No 22 79951 •N iiH^SS^ 666 N. DECATUR PH. 870-7221 WT rt NUTERH MM KTWfEN IXHrEUWAT I NASWMTON • SAUS INMS ScJI-lt MN.-SAT. • fllCfS MM Till FEI. 16. 1971 'froof again...Nfi|lluly beats A Friemlly Ford deal!** 'IIIVAA'9 UUIMtf VOLUMI NAURU *> NMUt SNJKT It nas IMI PRESIDERT RE;%L ilOI%IEST 10 COOUMESS BUIS! DON'T MISS THESE SAVINGS! I' K 79 SKYLARK $5696 2 Door. Factory Air, Power Brakes, Automatic, Power Steering, Deluxe Wheel Covers. White Wall Tires, Radio, Heavy Duty Cooling, Bodyside Molding. No. 87. 79 REGAL $6696 OR LEASE FOR $ ^ ^ ^^ ^#*"^^ Month open end lease. Capitalized cost $6517 00. max^ ^1 ^5 KQtmum liability at end of lease $3350. Total depreciation due I £^ ^^ S3167 Security deposit of $150 & first payment of $146.69 due I ^m \^ 31 tieginning ot lease. A NEW INTERIOR DESIGN AND A REVISED INSTRUMENT PANEL. Equipped with Power Steering & Brakes, Air Conditioning, Tinted Glass, Radio, & Heater, WSW Tires, Bodyside Moldings, Heavy Duty Cooling, Much. Much More. No. 79-36. li 79 CENTURY WAGON $6996 Tinted glass, electric door locks, factory air. remote control mirror cruise control, tilt wheel, power steering, white wall tires, clock, Ralley sport wheels, luggage rack. No. 175. Limited 4 Door Model, Tinted Glass, Electric Door Locks, Door Edge. Air Conditioning. Remote Control Mirror. Cruise Control. V-8. Tilt Wheel, Power Equipment of Course! No. 79-60. r OUR CLASS "A" USED CARS 1 73 NNNIVILII 4 door, automatic factory air. powir steering, power brakes landau top. Hit wheel. AM w/upe player No 3S6A *1995 75 WICK REfiAL Nicely Equipped No 885A <3495 76 FIREIIM) AM radio with 8 Hack tape till wheel, vinyl top. 13.000 miles No 79309A <4895 75 RABBIT 4 speed, factory air AM/fM No 264B *2695 75 CORDOBA Leaihei mierior landau top Rallev wheels AM/fM tape player with stereo bucket seats cruise control No 906 *3995 76 MONH CARLO Automatic factory air power steering powei brakes, landau top mag wheels radio No 30A •4195 77 RIVIERA Automatic AM/fM, Cruise control power steering brakes & doo' locks Many other extras No 793tOA 7295 77 CAPRICE STATION WA60N All the txtras. No 166A *5695 71 ToroTA comiu Sspeed landau lop. mag wheels. No '3050 75 COUK DC VIUE Loaded No 374A *5495 76 FORO ELITE Air. power Steering brakes windows & door locks. Spill seat, landau lop till wheel. AM/fM stereo & tape, cruise conliol No 963A •4195 SAVE! 77 BUICK LIMITED Loaded including power moon roof No 22A 7795 77 SEVILLE Loaded No 284A *10,500 77 CUTLASS BR0U6NAM Air power sleeting Diakes windows. spill seat landau loo tilt wheel, mag wheels AM/FM stereo tape cruise No 891A •5795 78 6RANA0A 2 door automatic, factory air, power steenng radio, wire wtieel covers. V8 No 341A 5195 %9 • > ra Ik.' H. h.. • • 1 • ^ l — tk A^ r V^' m • X, GMQUAIJTY S8MCE MinS ^i GBMIRALiBOTOBSIIUrrSIXVISION OO THAT aUAT QM muNQ wiTM amuim on PARS. 3025 EAST SAHARA PHONE 457-4475 Showroom Hours 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Monday thru Saturday li iWi ^1

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i>i m m m r^m'-^ -^ O' • • • • ^ • '-•• J Nwtdvrwn Hem* NMfi ond Beulder City Newt WELCOME THE RETURN oltraditial valaet, i,^ riallv ihotr loMg CMorialrd with MIITUCC irilM. Cplrii tkii tpiiiif will middlr^iiJc it in toft pMiek, driirair fabrirt and traditional Hpwlalrd slylin(. Thit bride rkooaea a •kecrganaa gown with rr-rinbroidrrd larr trim aii^ a flalteriac Qecn AniHr larp iicklle from Alfrvd Angrlo. Tkr headpierr it a Jvlirl rap with altarkrd Irailinc vril. Her iMndaomr (rwNn i* a clandoul in ihr nrw "Royair" lukMio from 4frr Six Formalt. Thr color it "Sandy B^igr" and i* lued throaghot: Ihr vrl, thr Iroatrr*. the alin detailing, and the buttrrfli bowiir abovr a skirlfront of MtfUv gathered rufllrK. thr bed man i> in the roordinaled "VerMUlea" luxrdo with vrKet detail of thr MHIT roatratliag rich brown aa hi* vrt and trouiten. Last-minute tips for groom The morning of the wedding, the groom is apt iQbc a hil nervous. WFRESnimilG TO MAKE NEWnUENDS. For yt-ars \Xhatibur>!t-r ha* bt in tht fritnd oi the rial burxt r bvtr Ma\ btit i bitausi wf makf t-ath and ivirv Whataburpt-r isifuc winmakifi>!if tor alritnd. Nojhortiulv No compromises Just thi bisttastin>s burgt-r mont\ can buv' \X h\. wilion t even start nx)king your \)i'hataburj{fr until vourt-hire And that concern tor quality (hat keeps our old trienJs iomin>! back is making us new trie nds all (hitime So. it VDU alreadv know what a burger should be. bring a friend with \ounext time you tome to Whataburger And if you bring along this coupon, we II make vou two \X hataburgers tor the price ol one One tor you One tor your friend V('e 11 be waiting, but don t wnrtN. we v^un t start wi(hou( vou P-. BUY A WHATABURCER.KNt A FMfm. CnVOURSFRSl PltiM prtHm .uujH'n ti> ciilinr hin .itijirin^ bmit .mi (..upcn ptr roM'inur Oflrr )(oo.l iinli it *IKi Norih BmiLtir HiKhi\. Hin.Iirvm Offtr rxpirisMinh 1. I'l"'' Nfnubicituir* .Noicoix UMrd ioiiiniunnichanv(iihrr(oupiiA\r nni h in a walerrd \liKol: M\ heart is like an iipplrtrir Whiise boufh\ are hi nl nilh ihi< L\i I fruii: \f\ heart (1 like a rainhon yhetl thai paddles in a halt M'H \ea: My heart is jfladder than all these Because my love is lome to me. —Christina Rossetti 36 Thursday, February 15,1979 Charies A. Koerner Posses Awoy A Requiem mass will be held this rooming at St. Andrew's Chuchat9 a.m. for Charles A, Koerner, 75, who passed away in Boulder City on Tuesday. Mr. Koerner was born June 16, 1903 in Watery———< nn i>a n loo, Iowa. He had resided in Boulder City Tor 15 years and had been employed as an electrical engineer for the Bureau of Reclmation. He was a member of the Boulder City BPOE. He is survived by his wife, Eva, of Boulder City; one son, Charles A. Koerner, Jr. and six grandchildren. The Rev. Joseph Anese will officiate at the services and interment will be at Boulder City Cemetery. WANT ADS 8 X 35TRAILER, 2 bdrm, (brn., nice for single person or couple. 293 3885 B C HELP WANTED • Birth Elec tronics.at 1300 Wyoming St., BC. is upgrading national advertising mailing campaign for its high technology products. Need person with 2-4 hours per day to completely co-ordinate efforts working directly for presi dent Must have had direct mail advertising expert ence If you have the skills, age is not important. Prefer local resident.293-1576.BC FOR SALE Fleetwood hexagonal end table. $35. Ph. SOS-TtSO. Hdn. • 73 SEDAN DE VILLE, new paint, new tires, good cond. $2600 283 1582 B C ^^TTrmTTT; T~7~ •'OR SALE 48" Round Pine FOPf LEASE 2 bdrm duplex. p^^„,„ ^jble w-formic. available 2-U>-79. $325 a ,„p ^ „„„. ^^airs. Lik. mon. plus $100. depo. 293 3488. B.C. PIANO LESSONS FOR BE GINNERS. Call Robin S65^11. Hdn new. $250. Ph 565-7960 Hdn. HOUSE FOR RENT 3 bdrms., 2 baths, stove, refk-igerator. Ph. 585-6897. Hdn [ FOR SALE FLUTE, Bundy $85.; CLARINET. Vox $40 DINETTE TABLE. 2 leaves,' like new. $50.; TENT. 9x9 $30 BOATTIREA WHEEL mounted tire, new 4 80x12 $12.; GOLF CLUBS* BAG' $15. Call 293-2418 afler 8 ( p.m. B.C. I II II H • TREES TRMUMEO, &REMOVED B C Tree Service -293 2115Free Estimates WWII # HOMES •ACREAGE^* COMMERCIAL Bergemeyer : 381 7193 Diane Barlow „ 564-2332 James Smalley 564-5416 Travis Johnson 645-2239 John WoodrufT 293-5462 r m m mummmmS SSmtm^jt HENDERSON PROPERTIES HIGHLAND HILLS "THE PROPERTY PEOPLE" l Neat, clean and full of charm wilt beyourcommentson thi.'. >^€*tde^4^1^a^ ntlCIO RIOMT tiAiroe' 2 OFFICES lOUAt Executive & Sales Office: 18 Water .Street. Henderson NV 89015 Branch Sales OfTice: 1836 Nevada Hiehway. BC NV 89005 MLS Wl" USTtNC MIVICI 564*2515 293-2151 HENDERSON DMn Laubwh S6S-$N7 Gfffytobmien 56S-f0tl fliwro Turner S6S-9393 Jofkie WMldnd9 5*4-1343 $wborB IMwthell S5-}40 viMo Herwick S4S-0747 JUU WetMn S4S-7457 BOULOf R CITY ChorlM Modiien. fdnoMMi* Iris Metsch Ann S sold COUNTRY LIVING Do you like elbow roomVou II get it in this custom home built in an exclusive I acre ranch estates area This 3 bedroom. 2 bath home has 2160 sq ft with a very af fordable price JUST LISTED True country living in this large custom home located in one of Henderson I fastest growing areas Step thru the double doors into the tiled entry and you immediately sense the warmth in this house Dent miss out on this Call now. S64-2S15 FAMILY COMFORT Mom will love the bcautifUl Idirhen with large pantry and the separate laundry room The overslted detached garace IS perfect for the handi man His 4 her baths off roaster bedroom This3 bedroom. 1S bath on property toned for horses has something for everyone COUNTRY ESTATE Nice four bedroom. 2 full bath home with unique mastersuiteFullygrassed corner lot with white rail fencing Room for pool and there it a two horse corral You mutt see this home to appreciate it Call soon IN YOUR PRICE RANGE 4-bedrooms. fireplace, with large kitchen and 2 car gar age Call today for more de UiU CUSTOM DELUXE Brick exterior, tile roof added insulation. 2 fireplaces, 3 (\ill baths, built-in mircowave plus regular oven 3 covered patios with built in Bar b que Large lot. vacant and ready for a family NEAR GOLF COURSE High on the hill overlooking the valley This kitchen is a housewife's dream, ample cabinet space with ceramic tile counter tops. Island has a separate sink and work area with room for a large table 4 overiiMd bedrooms with 2H bathi. Under 180.000 00 EXECUTIVE HOME Enter into a split foyer area, the uptUIrt opens to a large living room with fireplace and formal diningroom Downftrairs leads to the in formal family room also with a fireplace Be the first owner LUXURY HOME Nestled amidst Boulder City golf course and the beautiful surroundings of Section 11.5Bedrooms, 3 Baths. Large front room and dining room.^ Beautiful family room which overlooks the valley. Large balcony toenjoythe beautiful Nevada sunset. Shown by appointment only A home you must see Call 293-2151 for an appointment. SIT ON TOP OF THE WORLD Look out over Boulder City, enjoy the sunrise and sunset from the "living area" of this fabulous Section II. NEW LISTING! 2 -2'xl4' Bed rooms plus 18'(28' master luite. Two full batbri>omt both with ceramic Roman tubs Huge red brick fireplace in middle of living area that is splendid with Cathedral ceiling, anti que brail, brick, ceramic, woodgrain and lush carpet ing 2051 sq ft of UNIQUE SPLENDOR This home has everything you've been look ingfor By appointment only, call today, 2*3-2151 BOULDER CrTY PROPERTIES NlCiO tlOHT POOL AND SPA 3 Bedrooms, iv. Baths • q ft. Lewis Home. THE PRICE IS RIGHT Below appraisal ... for this two story home with 4 large bedrooms and 2S baths. Nicely decorated inside with a pool surrounded by a red wood deck and large patio for outside entertaining Lot More For Your Money. See today. NEAR GOLF COURSE 3 bedrooms house, family room with ftreplace Covered patio and iwimming pool. Sprinklers ftt>nt and back to cart for the lovely landscaping DON'T WAIT! 2 BLOCKS FROM GOLF COURSE Lewli PUn 838 with 18(0 tq n 4 Bedrooms. 1^ Baths. Family room Fireplace in living roots. Call for appointaant. BIAlfOM SflVMOTNl HVMUSON AIU W 30 ri48s 1158 LEWIS HOME 3 Bedrooms, IV4 Bath with 1158 sq ft of comfortable living spacje TWO FIREPLACES In thli lovely custom home in Sub. 11. 4 Bedrooms. 2H Batha. Many extrai. CALL for appointment 293-21S1. rOU D0N7 Sil YOUR HOME ... WE HAVI OTHERSIII MOTEL ROOMS & KfTCHENETTES Color TVs, Utilities and Linens. WEEKLY Ph. Harry. 451-2445 We repair Appliances, lawn mower Home Repairs Cooler Repairs Located in Jack's RenUl Center 440 Water St. 56S-0102 REWARD!'! LOST VICINITY FAIRWAY k 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 BY OWNER!! In Henderson. 2 houses for price of one. Duplex. Total 6 bdrms., 2Vk baths. Fine neighborhood, 2 patios. 1 yr old New car pet., drapes, mirrors, k paint. $69,500 or best offer. Ph. 645-3222. ISSS-TAX PRODUCTS • no* a\ailable in Lewis homes area DiunnaI I McKee293J79^ B_C LOOKINGTOBUYAHOMEIN BOULDER CITY''See Hen derson Realty ad or call 2932151 For rent 1. 2. 3 bdrm trail ers $30to$60wk Call 5657761 or 565 • 7141 Hdn GfNBUl CONTRACTOR Quality Work Remodel Customs Framing —Concrete Patios. Etc Licensed & Bonded 5M-S303 MDBIII HONCS ton RENT I Z A 3 bdrm furn or unfiirn Hrod Trir Hattn SS6N Learn to drive with Las Vegas School of Driving Spccialliing in nervous 4 handicapped persons All ages Day A evening instruc tion. Free home pickup 733.7864. OPEN HOUSE Sat A Sun, Feb 17 A 18 Ito '4^.m Super Clean 4 bdrm iLvwIs Home only 1 yr old 384 Oak Springs Court. For 'iBore information call Koberts Realty, 565-8947 or | evenings call 564-2332 '71 KtBgiton w-front ii rear bdrms.. 1 \ bth. Set up jn parL 16300. Ph 875-4174. UNLISTED. BRAND NEW SPLIT LEVEL, townhouie in BC Owner licensee 1" iq. ceramic tile bathra, floor, ufvraded baigc carpet, mini drapes, assume coavvBtional loan. Steva Smith, $71-i32S Kelly Barry. Roallor. II8-78TS. NMbCiivM Audit Service A Other Benefits 5454410 for appointment Singer Authorised Dealer SORENSENS SEWING CENTER 509 Ave. C. BC. 293-3770 FOR SALE BY OWNER Lewis Home, 6 yrs. old Present loan 7<% 4 bdrm 2 bths. den, new 18 x 26 family rm w-flreplace. Gas A Elec Has lawn, fruit trees, storage shed. Close to schools BEST BUY IN HDN 565-0137 TWO NEW BOULDER CITY CONDOS, in La Dolce Vita. Luxury 2 bdrm. condos for sale by owner 1 due for completion 1st of March. 2nd is occupied by owner. 293-4171 BC NEED A MAN AROUND THE HOUSE??? Call the handyman. He does everything. 731-1212. 1970 MOBILE HOME 17x58, 2 bdrm., 2 bath, large rooms, washer, dryer, d-w, self cleaning dbl. oven. Must be moved by Oc.t. 1. 293-3057. B.C. FOR RENT-400S rOfTice, with or without enclosed Storage Yard. Ample Parking, easy access to Boulder Hwy. Rent includes all utilities except phone. For information, call 564-2555. COOLER COVERS Custom Canvas I Awning 1628 Boulder Hwy. 564-1098 HOd MASON Subcontractor ; — Residential (Coming tnm East in 2 weeks.] 313742-9935 aa*mBaMMM FOR SALE • mens 10 speed like new; extra Ig bean bag call aft 4pm 564 3040 H EXPERIENCED FOOD WAITRESS WANTED Tray service exp. For swing shift at Nick's Supper Club. Apply in person from 2-5. No phone calls. Hdn Winnebego Camper Shell for 8 ft bed Cargo door, insu llted $275. Ph 293 4478 10X85 UNIVERSAL MOBILE HOME w-8xl0 Expando living rm Two 10x12 Expando bdrms Interior completely remodeled MOVING Must sell! Partly f^niiihed. Ucated In Henderson. 564-3491. APPUCATIONS BEING AC CEPTED for part time work in Christian Center Day Care. Call 293-3184 between 9 am and 3 pm. B.C. TRAVEL TRAILER. 18 Coachmen Refrig. stove. toiIet.gas 12* llOvolt light iag. water tank and heater Claims to sleep six Excel lent cond. $2400 00 293-5464 ARTSrempltlelMme repair Car peniry piinliDg. room sddi Uoiii CompletedrywsllservKr MAKE AN OFFER on Ward's pool spin filter, M h.p. lawnmower, need fiilBg. 203-3319 BC BABYSITTER WANTED Reliable. 3 weekdays. 293-4167. B.C. WANTED: Experienced 21 dealer. Skyline Casino, ask for Jack, irtil 7. 1741 Boulder Hwy., Hdn. 327 REBUILT CHEVY ENGINE. $500.283 Block bored 60 over. $100. Or best offer. 51 Collins St., Henderson. PROFESSIONAL KARATE INSTRUCTOR will trade lessons to teenager for light work. 565-6262 Hdn. THE BURK GALRY 400 Nevada Hwy. 293-3958 QUALITY CUSTOM FRAMING 1971 240ZDatsun Vinyl top-4speed. Air, Radio, $3,000 642-3834 or 642 2873 i^[^^finRo$e€rest Cabinets,Inc. HENDERSON, NEVADA 11 gjumtitmiAsimif BOULDER ELEORIC Licensed, bonded, insured ** 3 Lie No 15187 Call 29 3 1097 or 293-4899 _t si iiiiiiinMTn rr FREE FILM OR CASH DISCOUNT ON ALL FILMS, Printed aad dcveUped al VAN'S NEVADA DRUG, BOULDER CITY, NV. Income Ta Prepared: Molar\ Ser\icc. Bob Ward. 23< Kansas. HendcrMin Ph Sh4-.10 BLACKMOUNTAIN --^^^S. PLUMBING i"*""*'" • SEWER Bi DRAIN LINES CLfANEO • / f AUCETS • GARBAGE DISPOSALS • / NEW FIXTURES INSTALLED ',' COMMIiCUl ilSIMNTiai ]^ _" 111 L. KoatRT Tooo. I ACKE-CNOKE LOT High up on Mission Hills near Railroad Pass, overlooking Vegas Valley Utilities are in. Owner, $18,500 Ph 564-2225. Hdn Zoned RR. Ownti • ^: 565-6749 I -tVEGAS TYPEWRITER RE PAIR 1801 E Sahara, Us Vegas 735-7325 Our specialty, used, rebuilt typewriters. Satisfaction guaranteed FOR RENT 2 bdrm apt see at 881 Avt B. B C. CONCRETI, MC License No 15256 Quality Concrete 4 Masonry \ll work guaran teed Call Bob. 584 1487 or Mel. 985-7338 $15,000 UNDER APPRAISAL B C Custom 4 bdrm 2H bath home on acre loned for hones Master bdrm has fireplace, dressing rm 4 Jacuiii Family rm w-wet bar 4 fireplace Country kitchen has built in break fast bar w-Jenn Air range Litton dbl Microwave oven, dishwasher, trash compac tor 4 walk in pantry Home is located on Mountain set ting overlooking B C 5 mi nutei to Lake Mead, 4 3(! min to Las Vegas -Ap praised: $130,000 Selling price $115,000 Call owner at 293-3046 B C SEWING MACHINE INSTRUCTIONS Need help with operation of your Sewing Machine? Com plete Initruclions in your home Only $899 643^17 Building for rent 28 x 90 Ideal for meetings, dance studio. etc Has rest room facilities ft bar Contact Gordon Kline, 985^9349 or 9612075 PATIOS. STEPS. COfbL DECK AND REPAIR 30 yrs exp Hourly 456 1535 or 565 9306 ——^^^.^—^ MOBILE HOME FOR SALE 14 X 70 3 bdrm 1 bath, skirt ing. awnings, porches, land scaped $18,000 Unf $20,000 furn Gingerwood Mobile Home Park 1306 Marwood 203 4546 BC TEDDY S KITCHENETTES "Just bring yeur taathbrush $93-1716 HOUSE CLEANING BY EXPERIENCED COUPLE• we do carpets, walls, floors, windows, etc. Call for appt. 293 5444. BC Guitar Lessons for Beginners Will come to your home Ph 564-3337 before noon HOME FOR SALE 3 bdrm, 2 bath, garage, large fenced yard, automatic sprinkler system $64,900 293 3843 BC TUBS 4 SINKS Refinished Also chips repaired Any color appliances refinished Free Estimates Low rates. All work guaran teed 871 1482 24 hrs 7 days ^ 1 • I confratulations I TOMMY PARKER on your marriage Wishing you all the happiness there ii. Marilyn. lloyd Elliott Tom 8orilleaui NOW WITH ROOF REPAIR RE-ROOWWr NEW CONSTRUCTION HOTROOf SHAKES SHINGLES THE FREE HTIMATIS 20 N BOUlMt HWY HINOIRSGN, NEVADA CHA.NGE PERSONS NEEDED Apply at Gold Strike Inn Hwy 96 and 466 B C '79 ONE TON CHEV. 350 4 ip short wheel base, flat bed, duals. 2460 mi. $6250. 564 1770 after 6 p.m. Hdn. WALLS. BACKHOE 4 SMALL DOZER. By the hour Char lie Walls, 564-1770 after 6 p m. Hdn FOR SALE Almost new GE clothes dryer. Overhead hair dryer, 2 quilted twin bedspreads 293 5253. B.C. EXPERT SERVICE ALL MAKES & MODELS j^:r' • COLOR TV-STEREO FOR SALE USED PONTOON BOAT: 28 FOOT, rebuilt with new factory made aluminum pontoons; twin 35's, completely fenced for safety; shade top for sleeping, diving. See at Weekender Boat Shop on Boulder Highway. Henderson. $4,000 CASH. Private ow^n^r. Ask Bill Reynolds about it SALES & SERVICE 2W. PACIFIC; 564-2870 t^m^ DANNEBERGER I PLUMBING & HEATING J^ KONTRACTING •NEW CONSTRUCTION •RESIDENTIAL •COMMERCIAL REMODEUNGi 24 HOUR SERVICE CALLS • 7 DAYS A WEEK 565-8035 •SIS WATER ST., HDN. EXPERIENCED CXRPENTER ifast. work by the hour. I FraminR, rooms, additions, fencing, etc. t^3 1799 BC NEW FACILITY new hiring. Top tolory ond btntfitt, RNt, IPNt, nufiM oidtt, ordeHiM. 10 and 12 Kf.shiltv 293-51 $1. Iwldtr City Core Cvnttr.

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i>i m m m r^m'-^ -^ O' • • • • ^ • '-•• J Nwtdvrwn Hem* NMfi ond Beulder City Newt WELCOME THE RETURN oltraditial valaet, i,^ riallv ihotr loMg CMorialrd with MIITUCC irilM. Cplrii tkii tpiiiif will middlr^iiJc it in toft pMiek, driirair fabrirt and traditional Hpwlalrd slylin(. Thit bride rkooaea a •kecrganaa gown with rr-rinbroidrrd larr trim aii^ a flalteriac Qecn AniHr larp iicklle from Alfrvd Angrlo. Tkr headpierr it a Jvlirl rap with altarkrd Irailinc vril. Her iMndaomr (rwNn i* a clandoul in ihr nrw "Royair" lukMio from 4frr Six Formalt. Thr color it "Sandy B^igr" and i* lued throaghot: Ihr vrl, thr Iroatrr*. the alin detailing, and the buttrrfli bowiir abovr a skirlfront of MtfUv gathered rufllrK. thr bed man i> in the roordinaled "VerMUlea" luxrdo with vrKet detail of thr MHIT roatratliag rich brown aa hi* vrt and trouiten. Last-minute tips for groom The morning of the wedding, the groom is apt iQbc a hil nervous. WFRESnimilG TO MAKE NEWnUENDS. For yt-ars \Xhatibur>!t-r ha* bt in tht fritnd oi the rial burxt r bvtr Ma\ btit i bitausi wf makf t-ath and ivirv Whataburpt-r isifuc winmakifi>!if tor alritnd. Nojhortiulv No compromises Just thi bisttastin>s burgt-r mont\ can buv' \X h\. wilion t even start nx)king your \)i'hataburj{fr until vourt-hire And that concern tor quality (hat keeps our old trienJs iomin>! back is making us new trie nds all (hitime So. it VDU alreadv know what a burger should be. bring a friend with \ounext time you tome to Whataburger And if you bring along this coupon, we II make vou two \X hataburgers tor the price ol one One tor you One tor your friend V('e 11 be waiting, but don t wnrtN. we v^un t start wi(hou( vou P-. BUY A WHATABURCER.KNt A FMfm. CnVOURSFRSl PltiM prtHm .uujH'n ti> ciilinr hin .itijirin^ bmit .mi (..upcn ptr roM'inur Oflrr )(oo.l iinli it *IKi Norih BmiLtir HiKhi\. Hin.Iirvm Offtr rxpirisMinh 1. I'l"'' Nfnubicituir* .Noicoix UMrd ioiiiniunnichanv(iihrr(oupiiA\r nni h in a walerrd \liKol: M\ heart is like an iipplrtrir Whiise boufh\ are hi nl nilh ihi< L\i I fruii: \f\ heart (1 like a rainhon yhetl thai paddles in a halt M'H \ea: My heart is jfladder than all these Because my love is lome to me. —Christina Rossetti 36 Thursday, February 15,1979 Charies A. Koerner Posses Awoy A Requiem mass will be held this rooming at St. Andrew's Chuchat9 a.m. for Charles A, Koerner, 75, who passed away in Boulder City on Tuesday. Mr. Koerner was born June 16, 1903 in Watery———< nn i>a n loo, Iowa. He had resided in Boulder City Tor 15 years and had been employed as an electrical engineer for the Bureau of Reclmation. He was a member of the Boulder City BPOE. He is survived by his wife, Eva, of Boulder City; one son, Charles A. Koerner, Jr. and six grandchildren. The Rev. Joseph Anese will officiate at the services and interment will be at Boulder City Cemetery. WANT ADS 8 X 35TRAILER, 2 bdrm, (brn., nice for single person or couple. 293 3885 B C HELP WANTED • Birth Elec tronics.at 1300 Wyoming St., BC. is upgrading national advertising mailing campaign for its high technology products. Need person with 2-4 hours per day to completely co-ordinate efforts working directly for presi dent Must have had direct mail advertising expert ence If you have the skills, age is not important. Prefer local resident.293-1576.BC FOR SALE Fleetwood hexagonal end table. $35. Ph. SOS-TtSO. Hdn. • 73 SEDAN DE VILLE, new paint, new tires, good cond. $2600 283 1582 B C ^^TTrmTTT; T~7~ •'OR SALE 48" Round Pine FOPf LEASE 2 bdrm duplex. p^^„,„ ^jble w-formic. available 2-U>-79. $325 a ,„p ^ „„„. ^^airs. Lik. mon. plus $100. depo. 293 3488. B.C. PIANO LESSONS FOR BE GINNERS. Call Robin S65^11. Hdn new. $250. Ph 565-7960 Hdn. HOUSE FOR RENT 3 bdrms., 2 baths, stove, refk-igerator. Ph. 585-6897. Hdn [ FOR SALE FLUTE, Bundy $85.; CLARINET. Vox $40 DINETTE TABLE. 2 leaves,' like new. $50.; TENT. 9x9 $30 BOATTIREA WHEEL mounted tire, new 4 80x12 $12.; GOLF CLUBS* BAG' $15. Call 293-2418 afler 8 ( p.m. B.C. I II II H • TREES TRMUMEO, &REMOVED B C Tree Service -293 2115Free Estimates WWII # HOMES •ACREAGE^* COMMERCIAL Bergemeyer : 381 7193 Diane Barlow „ 564-2332 James Smalley 564-5416 Travis Johnson 645-2239 John WoodrufT 293-5462 r m m mummmmS SSmtm^jt HENDERSON PROPERTIES HIGHLAND HILLS "THE PROPERTY PEOPLE" l Neat, clean and full of charm wilt beyourcommentson thi.'. >^€*tde^4^1^a^ ntlCIO RIOMT tiAiroe' 2 OFFICES lOUAt Executive & Sales Office: 18 Water .Street. Henderson NV 89015 Branch Sales OfTice: 1836 Nevada Hiehway. BC NV 89005 MLS Wl" USTtNC MIVICI 564*2515 293-2151 HENDERSON DMn Laubwh S6S-$N7 Gfffytobmien 56S-f0tl fliwro Turner S6S-9393 Jofkie WMldnd9 5*4-1343 $wborB IMwthell S5-}40 viMo Herwick S4S-0747 JUU WetMn S4S-7457 BOULOf R CITY ChorlM Modiien. fdnoMMi* Iris Metsch Ann S sold COUNTRY LIVING Do you like elbow roomVou II get it in this custom home built in an exclusive I acre ranch estates area This 3 bedroom. 2 bath home has 2160 sq ft with a very af fordable price JUST LISTED True country living in this large custom home located in one of Henderson I fastest growing areas Step thru the double doors into the tiled entry and you immediately sense the warmth in this house Dent miss out on this Call now. S64-2S15 FAMILY COMFORT Mom will love the bcautifUl Idirhen with large pantry and the separate laundry room The overslted detached garace IS perfect for the handi man His 4 her baths off roaster bedroom This3 bedroom. 1S bath on property toned for horses has something for everyone COUNTRY ESTATE Nice four bedroom. 2 full bath home with unique mastersuiteFullygrassed corner lot with white rail fencing Room for pool and there it a two horse corral You mutt see this home to appreciate it Call soon IN YOUR PRICE RANGE 4-bedrooms. fireplace, with large kitchen and 2 car gar age Call today for more de UiU CUSTOM DELUXE Brick exterior, tile roof added insulation. 2 fireplaces, 3 (\ill baths, built-in mircowave plus regular oven 3 covered patios with built in Bar b que Large lot. vacant and ready for a family NEAR GOLF COURSE High on the hill overlooking the valley This kitchen is a housewife's dream, ample cabinet space with ceramic tile counter tops. Island has a separate sink and work area with room for a large table 4 overiiMd bedrooms with 2H bathi. Under 180.000 00 EXECUTIVE HOME Enter into a split foyer area, the uptUIrt opens to a large living room with fireplace and formal diningroom Downftrairs leads to the in formal family room also with a fireplace Be the first owner LUXURY HOME Nestled amidst Boulder City golf course and the beautiful surroundings of Section 11.5Bedrooms, 3 Baths. Large front room and dining room.^ Beautiful family room which overlooks the valley. Large balcony toenjoythe beautiful Nevada sunset. Shown by appointment only A home you must see Call 293-2151 for an appointment. SIT ON TOP OF THE WORLD Look out over Boulder City, enjoy the sunrise and sunset from the "living area" of this fabulous Section II. NEW LISTING! 2 -2'xl4' Bed rooms plus 18'(28' master luite. Two full batbri>omt both with ceramic Roman tubs Huge red brick fireplace in middle of living area that is splendid with Cathedral ceiling, anti que brail, brick, ceramic, woodgrain and lush carpet ing 2051 sq ft of UNIQUE SPLENDOR This home has everything you've been look ingfor By appointment only, call today, 2*3-2151 BOULDER CrTY PROPERTIES NlCiO tlOHT POOL AND SPA 3 Bedrooms, iv. Baths • q ft. Lewis Home. THE PRICE IS RIGHT Below appraisal ... for this two story home with 4 large bedrooms and 2S baths. Nicely decorated inside with a pool surrounded by a red wood deck and large patio for outside entertaining Lot More For Your Money. See today. NEAR GOLF COURSE 3 bedrooms house, family room with ftreplace Covered patio and iwimming pool. Sprinklers ftt>nt and back to cart for the lovely landscaping DON'T WAIT! 2 BLOCKS FROM GOLF COURSE Lewli PUn 838 with 18(0 tq n 4 Bedrooms. 1^ Baths. Family room Fireplace in living roots. Call for appointaant. BIAlfOM SflVMOTNl HVMUSON AIU W 30 ri48s 1158 LEWIS HOME 3 Bedrooms, IV4 Bath with 1158 sq ft of comfortable living spacje TWO FIREPLACES In thli lovely custom home in Sub. 11. 4 Bedrooms. 2H Batha. Many extrai. CALL for appointment 293-21S1. rOU D0N7 Sil YOUR HOME ... WE HAVI OTHERSIII MOTEL ROOMS & KfTCHENETTES Color TVs, Utilities and Linens. WEEKLY Ph. Harry. 451-2445 We repair Appliances, lawn mower Home Repairs Cooler Repairs Located in Jack's RenUl Center 440 Water St. 56S-0102 REWARD!'! LOST VICINITY FAIRWAY k 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 BY OWNER!! In Henderson. 2 houses for price of one. Duplex. Total 6 bdrms., 2Vk baths. Fine neighborhood, 2 patios. 1 yr old New car pet., drapes, mirrors, k paint. $69,500 or best offer. Ph. 645-3222. ISSS-TAX PRODUCTS • no* a\ailable in Lewis homes area DiunnaI I McKee293J79^ B_C LOOKINGTOBUYAHOMEIN BOULDER CITY''See Hen derson Realty ad or call 2932151 For rent 1. 2. 3 bdrm trail ers $30to$60wk Call 5657761 or 565 • 7141 Hdn GfNBUl CONTRACTOR Quality Work Remodel Customs Framing —Concrete Patios. Etc Licensed & Bonded 5M-S303 MDBIII HONCS ton RENT I Z A 3 bdrm furn or unfiirn Hrod Trir Hattn SS6N Learn to drive with Las Vegas School of Driving Spccialliing in nervous 4 handicapped persons All ages Day A evening instruc tion. Free home pickup 733.7864. OPEN HOUSE Sat A Sun, Feb 17 A 18 Ito '4^.m Super Clean 4 bdrm iLvwIs Home only 1 yr old 384 Oak Springs Court. For 'iBore information call Koberts Realty, 565-8947 or | evenings call 564-2332 '71 KtBgiton w-front ii rear bdrms.. 1 \ bth. Set up jn parL 16300. Ph 875-4174. UNLISTED. BRAND NEW SPLIT LEVEL, townhouie in BC Owner licensee 1" iq. ceramic tile bathra, floor, ufvraded baigc carpet, mini drapes, assume coavvBtional loan. Steva Smith, $71-i32S Kelly Barry. Roallor. II8-78TS. NMbCiivM Audit Service A Other Benefits 5454410 for appointment Singer Authorised Dealer SORENSENS SEWING CENTER 509 Ave. C. BC. 293-3770 FOR SALE BY OWNER Lewis Home, 6 yrs. old Present loan 7<% 4 bdrm 2 bths. den, new 18 x 26 family rm w-flreplace. Gas A Elec Has lawn, fruit trees, storage shed. Close to schools BEST BUY IN HDN 565-0137 TWO NEW BOULDER CITY CONDOS, in La Dolce Vita. Luxury 2 bdrm. condos for sale by owner 1 due for completion 1st of March. 2nd is occupied by owner. 293-4171 BC NEED A MAN AROUND THE HOUSE??? Call the handyman. He does everything. 731-1212. 1970 MOBILE HOME 17x58, 2 bdrm., 2 bath, large rooms, washer, dryer, d-w, self cleaning dbl. oven. Must be moved by Oc.t. 1. 293-3057. B.C. FOR RENT-400S rOfTice, with or without enclosed Storage Yard. Ample Parking, easy access to Boulder Hwy. Rent includes all utilities except phone. For information, call 564-2555. COOLER COVERS Custom Canvas I Awning 1628 Boulder Hwy. 564-1098 HOd MASON Subcontractor ; — Residential (Coming tnm East in 2 weeks.] 313742-9935 aa*mBaMMM FOR SALE • mens 10 speed like new; extra Ig bean bag call aft 4pm 564 3040 H EXPERIENCED FOOD WAITRESS WANTED Tray service exp. For swing shift at Nick's Supper Club. Apply in person from 2-5. No phone calls. Hdn Winnebego Camper Shell for 8 ft bed Cargo door, insu llted $275. Ph 293 4478 10X85 UNIVERSAL MOBILE HOME w-8xl0 Expando living rm Two 10x12 Expando bdrms Interior completely remodeled MOVING Must sell! Partly f^niiihed. Ucated In Henderson. 564-3491. APPUCATIONS BEING AC CEPTED for part time work in Christian Center Day Care. Call 293-3184 between 9 am and 3 pm. B.C. TRAVEL TRAILER. 18 Coachmen Refrig. stove. toiIet.gas 12* llOvolt light iag. water tank and heater Claims to sleep six Excel lent cond. $2400 00 293-5464 ARTSrempltlelMme repair Car peniry piinliDg. room sddi Uoiii CompletedrywsllservKr MAKE AN OFFER on Ward's pool spin filter, M h.p. lawnmower, need fiilBg. 203-3319 BC BABYSITTER WANTED Reliable. 3 weekdays. 293-4167. B.C. WANTED: Experienced 21 dealer. Skyline Casino, ask for Jack, irtil 7. 1741 Boulder Hwy., Hdn. 327 REBUILT CHEVY ENGINE. $500.283 Block bored 60 over. $100. Or best offer. 51 Collins St., Henderson. PROFESSIONAL KARATE INSTRUCTOR will trade lessons to teenager for light work. 565-6262 Hdn. THE BURK GALRY 400 Nevada Hwy. 293-3958 QUALITY CUSTOM FRAMING 1971 240ZDatsun Vinyl top-4speed. Air, Radio, $3,000 642-3834 or 642 2873 i^[^^finRo$e€rest Cabinets,Inc. HENDERSON, NEVADA 11 gjumtitmiAsimif BOULDER ELEORIC Licensed, bonded, insured ** 3 Lie No 15187 Call 29 3 1097 or 293-4899 _t si iiiiiiinMTn rr FREE FILM OR CASH DISCOUNT ON ALL FILMS, Printed aad dcveUped al VAN'S NEVADA DRUG, BOULDER CITY, NV. Income Ta Prepared: Molar\ Ser\icc. Bob Ward. 23< Kansas. HendcrMin Ph Sh4-.10 BLACKMOUNTAIN --^^^S. PLUMBING i"*""*'" • SEWER Bi DRAIN LINES CLfANEO • / f AUCETS • GARBAGE DISPOSALS • / NEW FIXTURES INSTALLED ',' COMMIiCUl ilSIMNTiai ]^ _" 111 L. KoatRT Tooo. I ACKE-CNOKE LOT High up on Mission Hills near Railroad Pass, overlooking Vegas Valley Utilities are in. Owner, $18,500 Ph 564-2225. Hdn Zoned RR. Ownti • ^: 565-6749 I -tVEGAS TYPEWRITER RE PAIR 1801 E Sahara, Us Vegas 735-7325 Our specialty, used, rebuilt typewriters. Satisfaction guaranteed FOR RENT 2 bdrm apt see at 881 Avt B. B C. CONCRETI, MC License No 15256 Quality Concrete 4 Masonry \ll work guaran teed Call Bob. 584 1487 or Mel. 985-7338 $15,000 UNDER APPRAISAL B C Custom 4 bdrm 2H bath home on acre loned for hones Master bdrm has fireplace, dressing rm 4 Jacuiii Family rm w-wet bar 4 fireplace Country kitchen has built in break fast bar w-Jenn Air range Litton dbl Microwave oven, dishwasher, trash compac tor 4 walk in pantry Home is located on Mountain set ting overlooking B C 5 mi nutei to Lake Mead, 4 3(! min to Las Vegas -Ap praised: $130,000 Selling price $115,000 Call owner at 293-3046 B C SEWING MACHINE INSTRUCTIONS Need help with operation of your Sewing Machine? Com plete Initruclions in your home Only $899 643^17 Building for rent 28 x 90 Ideal for meetings, dance studio. etc Has rest room facilities ft bar Contact Gordon Kline, 985^9349 or 9612075 PATIOS. STEPS. COfbL DECK AND REPAIR 30 yrs exp Hourly 456 1535 or 565 9306 ——^^^.^—^ MOBILE HOME FOR SALE 14 X 70 3 bdrm 1 bath, skirt ing. awnings, porches, land scaped $18,000 Unf $20,000 furn Gingerwood Mobile Home Park 1306 Marwood 203 4546 BC TEDDY S KITCHENETTES "Just bring yeur taathbrush $93-1716 HOUSE CLEANING BY EXPERIENCED COUPLE• we do carpets, walls, floors, windows, etc. Call for appt. 293 5444. BC Guitar Lessons for Beginners Will come to your home Ph 564-3337 before noon HOME FOR SALE 3 bdrm, 2 bath, garage, large fenced yard, automatic sprinkler system $64,900 293 3843 BC TUBS 4 SINKS Refinished Also chips repaired Any color appliances refinished Free Estimates Low rates. All work guaran teed 871 1482 24 hrs 7 days ^ 1 • I confratulations I TOMMY PARKER on your marriage Wishing you all the happiness there ii. Marilyn. lloyd Elliott Tom 8orilleaui NOW WITH ROOF REPAIR RE-ROOWWr NEW CONSTRUCTION HOTROOf SHAKES SHINGLES THE FREE HTIMATIS 20 N BOUlMt HWY HINOIRSGN, NEVADA CHA.NGE PERSONS NEEDED Apply at Gold Strike Inn Hwy 96 and 466 B C '79 ONE TON CHEV. 350 4 ip short wheel base, flat bed, duals. 2460 mi. $6250. 564 1770 after 6 p.m. Hdn. WALLS. BACKHOE 4 SMALL DOZER. By the hour Char lie Walls, 564-1770 after 6 p m. Hdn FOR SALE Almost new GE clothes dryer. Overhead hair dryer, 2 quilted twin bedspreads 293 5253. B.C. EXPERT SERVICE ALL MAKES & MODELS j^:r' • COLOR TV-STEREO FOR SALE USED PONTOON BOAT: 28 FOOT, rebuilt with new factory made aluminum pontoons; twin 35's, completely fenced for safety; shade top for sleeping, diving. See at Weekender Boat Shop on Boulder Highway. Henderson. $4,000 CASH. Private ow^n^r. Ask Bill Reynolds about it SALES & SERVICE 2W. PACIFIC; 564-2870 t^m^ DANNEBERGER I PLUMBING & HEATING J^ KONTRACTING •NEW CONSTRUCTION •RESIDENTIAL •COMMERCIAL REMODEUNGi 24 HOUR SERVICE CALLS • 7 DAYS A WEEK 565-8035 •SIS WATER ST., HDN. EXPERIENCED CXRPENTER ifast. work by the hour. I FraminR, rooms, additions, fencing, etc. t^3 1799 BC NEW FACILITY new hiring. Top tolory ond btntfitt, RNt, IPNt, nufiM oidtt, ordeHiM. 10 and 12 Kf.shiltv 293-51 $1. Iwldtr City Core Cvnttr.

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mm* T'Tf^V^f-t' Hfodtnen Hem* Nwt and leuldw Otv Ntw ^00*39 Thursday. February 15,1979 Ntwt and lewldtr City Nmn Thursday, February 15. W PUT IT IN THE FOR RESUUS iMMtersoii Cliild Core Center MIy I WNkly ItetM Peter's Hall, BeuMer Hwy 565-9384 MSTANTCASH jilt M 3d Mrtgig aad Tntt Defds nUNKIOZAl 3t24}34 VO^Sb Aik yMir nrlgkiMr. he kntws me. 1 FT. AUO TRAVEL TRAILER Stove k oven, ice box. $809. 293-3319. B.C. CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY I Home Office-Auto-Boats f Antique Restoration Excellent selection of fabric. ^ Ph. Red 564-2775 experienced, former college upholstery instructor • SEWING MACHINE SPECIAL Clean, oil. adjust tensions Only t9 Free pickup k delivery 643-0ai7 D1.\L A THOUGHT 732-0472 "WANTED Chevy Parts. En gines. transmissions, etc Cash or trade Kelly Glass 451 SI S3 DRESSMAKING • ALTERA TIONS 4 MENDING Also laundry & ironing service 569-6604 Hdn .AlCDHOUCS ANONYMOUS Open Meeting: Wed., 8:00 p.m. PUaUC INVITED: SI Woter Street 565-7073 FREE FILM OR CASH DISCOINT ON ALL FILMS. Printed afid deveU^d at VANS NEVADA DRUG. BOtLDER CITY. NV. DOES YOUR BATHROOM MARLITE NEED REPLAC ING? Free Etiimalei. SM ZIfl Hdn FOR YOUR BACKHOE SERVICE call Jerome Holm, 565-9939. Managing k operating for Cross Country Constru. of Southern Nevada. 20 yrs. experience. Hdn. I Contniclion Remodeinol p Addlnnt Ph. \ UcNa 15064 5B4^M DRIVER S LICENSE TESTS reiday and Wednesday (45 am l*IZnoon lpmt*4:ISpm City annex Civir Center 200 Witrr Street RMm < l40 YEARS EXPERIENCE! JTRIMMINC AND REMOVING; JTREES Serving Henderson; area 293 21 IS WASH CAR-TRUCK M RI MMM 99R M X STORAGE ALL TYPES Rodio i TV Service Free Glass, mirror & lumber ctiloffs Kelly's Glass 451 5153 Mooooeaai GARCIA CONCRETE CONTRACTOR License 15333 Bonded 565-9928 FOR SALE 12 x 60 Mobile Home 2 bdrm washer • dryer, skirts, new curtains, rugs, covered palio. ref ,' stove fc shed li^bath Furn or unf. 19 color TV Extra large lot Sp rent. $70 mo Visia Mobile Home^. Space 23 Ph 871 1724 NEED TO SELL YOUR HOUSE? WE WILL BUY IT NOW! CoAk 2931613 G A. "Curly" SmilS, Int. KOK S\I.K HV OWNER sub division, II. lot No 89. $22 .SOO'iiTms Ciill iirej (odc 714 728 899.=) Kjllhrook. Cal .colled AARON FENCING Free Ettimatet Chain Link A Wood Fencing 20 Years Exp. Ph. 451-8190 WILL CARE FOR CHILDREN VP TO 5 YRS Anytime. 565-0693 Hdn leBaffy FOR SALE 1974 Plymouth .Saliellite Cu.slom 4 dr Small V8. auto a c. PS 52 000 ml Clean, well main lamed $2450 Call owner 293 2314 evenings BC TRUCK SHELLS FOR SALE -1 Gem Top. cab height for short bed truck. $200 1 insu lafedcampr,3ft abovecab for short bed truck, $250 Call 293 1321 between 7 30 am and S pm. B C. FOR RENT • 2 bdrm Townsite house Preferred: Retired couple Call 569-8694 Hdn LAND: 2W acres in Paradise Hills in Hender.son $25,000 Ph 564-2819 Hdn •74 VEGA GT Great gas mileage. Uses regular. Priced below blue book Auto, factory air. very good cond only $1,300 293 5462 BC SWEET AND SIMPLE Style of living in this super mobile hoine~ located in Henderson. Has two bed-i rooms, family room. 14 x 60 with acreage and has a patio what a bargain at $29,500. Call REALTY EXECUTIVES. Realtor at 736-8551 or Evenings at 564-2765. No. 292 N.ATURE PAINTS A MASTERPIECE Right outside your front door. There is a beautiful view of the whole valley and the mountains. This lovely home has formal dining room, fireplace in family room. 3 bedrooms, large 2 car garage and located in Henderson Priced at $77,950Call REALTY EXECUTIVES, Realtor at 736-8551 or Evenings at 564-2765 No. 284. THERE'S LOTS IN LIFE You can expect out of this home. Has two bedrooms, large country kitchen, a workshop that's a handyman's dream and sits on two lots. Call REALTY EXECUTIVES, Realtors at 736-8551 or Evenings at 564-2765. No. 326. FIREPLACE LOVERS 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 jacuzzi and three fireplaces! Located in Henderson and priced at $93,500. Call REALTY EXECUTIVES, Realtor at 736-8551 or 564-2765, PEACEFUL CO-EXISTENCE Can be found in this delightful three bedroom home that has carpeting and drapes two car garage and located in Henderson. Only IVi years old, perfect for the family who wants the best out of life Priced at $62,950. Call REALTY EXECUTIVES, Realtor at 736-8551 or Evenings at 564-2765 No. 375 RIAin EXECUTIVIS Stnriif HM iMmM I IMMW CHy AIM FiM NftlMil Itkcfttoi Stnrkt • Nil (•Itr Sbfwcist if Nffs Mifliy GMrairtMd Uki Piifrwi H HOME OF THE ^„,,, SUPIR AGENTS ^^ Marrtii [H Swllg 1^ h hojne with beautiful hj^kme has a familyneed with block front and rear. n{*i'0^' VALLEY VIEW brick fireplace living room com wall and autoi Nice carpet thrO' MOBILE HOMl(i^Mfn32 MRk inCasa Loma Estates 1440 sq. n $35.09lic travel trailer w-refrigeration. $1800 See to appreciate. Call 96941919. Hdn. HOME 956.000. 3 .b4rm.. I^ bath, double giragf,, large lawn, located on Cul.d iti. Henderson. Ph. 964-28il. GARAGE SALE Sun. 4 Mon Feb. 16tb k 19th. Nine to nve. 616 Wlnchtstec (Highland Hills. Hdn.) — MOBILE HOME FOR SALE Double wide, 2 bdrms., 2 bths., fUlly f\irnisbed. Ph 964-1888. 99 Ballerina Dr.. Ballerina Tr Park, Hdn. COME ONE! COME ALL! Big 4 Small. To seven (7) family yard sale Sat. k Sun., 17th k 16th. 101 W. Lake Mead Dr.. Hdn. 1 ACRE. MISSION HILLS, Henderson. Power, Water, Telephone. $16,000. Ph 2939309. HELP WANTED part time cashier. Must be 21 GRE.AT WEST HUSKY 493 Nev Hwy. EC. QUALITY CUSTOM FRAM'NG The Burk Gal'ry 400 Nevada Hwy 293 3958 I Boh Olsen Realty I & Insuratwe Inc, ^J 6 W flier St.. Hendenon HAITOI SpaHout with Beautiful View Plua 2 Car Garage One-Half Acre lot with• nottout tlrw of the entire' vaUc>, 3 Br.. 2 Baths. Urge 20x12 Living Room with Fireplace. Beautiful Home with mmn> cxlrw, and all for' undrr $65,000. Tiinc to aeiccl your carpel celnn. Call (or appointment. Good AMumpllon 4 Br. I and 3/4 balh wHh double garage, Ftreplacc in Living Room. Large Counirt Sivie Kllchen Famll\ Room Combined. Immarolale Inside and out. Pro(et*loBall> landscaped >ard with man\ shniba, ail with bobiers and aulomallc^sprinklered.Haa old-low Inlereal loan. Owner leatlng end of month. Fasi possession. Close to Etery thing • Even the Hospital i Bedrooms with the master bedroom enlarged to 18' lang with wardrobes bnlll entire side, Child's bedroom has. bulll-lns • • dreaser. wardrobe and desk, plus large walk-In • closet. Overhead patio entire side of home, wllh barbcquc pit. Entire rear yard enclosed with rear gaitlo large-' parking area. Range and Refrigerator, Carpel and drapes inchided. Choice Valley View Home 3 Bedroom llh rcmodeMcd kitchen and bathroom, with double basins and vanities, much ceramic tile, (omial dining room, manv bulll-lns, added cabinets, covered patio, and carport lb accomodale 4 cars. Sprinkler system, many shrubs and nice landscaping. Call for appointment. Lovely Hont High on Black Mountain 3 Br. 1 and 3/4 bath with a low Interest loan and an easy aasumption. Small cash and take over seller's old loan. 2 Car garage, carpeted and drapes throughoal. Very Uslefull> decorated throughoul. Country sl>le kitchenDining room.-combo. Yoa won't want to iniM seeing this one If you're looking for a good buy and a beautiful home, plus a workshop. 3 Br. Brick Hone Only U8.000 Nice Brick home with carport, water softener, from and rear sprinklers, carpel and drapes, range and refrigerator, gariuge disposal. Enciosed front and rear vard. Exceptional buy. For the Large Family A family room you wouMn'l believe that's 16 x 25 witk fireplace, 4 bedrooms plus a Den, Laundrt room, and aU freshly redecorated spic and span, wllh all new carpeting throogbottl-oBC of the nicesi homes In town. Vacant aeo ready for you lo move In. Sec this beauty. Tract 2-3 Br. 2 Bath Large Living Room, formal dining room, large maatcr bedroom with walk-In claacl, and storage In all rooms-many bnill-lns. Caalom Cupboards In spacious country style kitchen. Soparalc laundry room. Excellent value. Atlenlien Investors or Developers 63 plus acres, with 1800 front fl. of frontage. WIU sell all or part. Additional 40 Acres available ad^acmt if wanted. Call for details. 2-') Acre loU • total of 4 Acre ready for buUdlng. Only S20,2SO. Sectioa V. I Acre-ready to boUd SI6,000 I Acre-Sect. 19. (My S23.5O0. j,^"* [^ Mlaaiaa Mfc. tikt t Level • • Ready to MM 20.S4 Acres at SII.III. fw AcicAII or part. 2-'/> Acre lou S19JH kfte Am • • Both Loto Sectie. 19 • Blacfc Moutofa. .964-2772 969^9429 • .969^9491 9694066 .9649653 964 9653 96VO860 \FTER HOl'RS CALL JEANNE A OLSEN DC MAROOBROKER PETER J OLSEN SALUMAN VIRGIL McKINNEY, SAUBilAN.,. JANET SHAW. SALESMAN LORIN WILLIAMS, SALESMAN PAULINE "TINA" WILUAMS. SALESMAN MICHAEL P BERGEMEYER. salesman I HAlTORSSaVilCnitMWWBOII AHA FOR i P WARS I I JEANNE A OLSEN DEMARCO. BROKERH ^ PUT IT IN THE FOR SALE table li 4 chairs, snow tkis, misc. Call 293-4641. After 4 on weeki^ayt er inHima wNkends. B.C. RCA COLOR CONSOLE TV ', iiM. 2^3319. B.C. '•JACK IN THE BOX announces new hours. Sun. through Thurs., 6 am to 12 pm; FrL 4 Sat, 6 am to I am. B.C. ^A'V'SITTING IN MY HOME '''f9'^2924. Hdn Uf: I; I f: 11^ FOR RESUUS mm VALUE Mobile Home, dbl. wide. Locvted in Gingerwood near pool, Jacuzzi, rec. hall. shufHe board court. This one has all the trimmings. Call now. 293-4320 or 293-1622. PLAYER PIANO. Completely rebuilt. ReatfMMI CMrrywoo4 alll>9t. OUtatand ing tolM 46l>tr Rfenlarha ble for the price, Mickey Finn's Antiques 4 Pianos. Maryland Sq. Shopping Center. 732-1667. DtAMONDfUTI Save your wheel alignment. Install Diamondplate to tyour cdrb. |39. pr. 293-4483 BC FOR SALR eom^lale tube frame kit for VW duneb.uggy call all. 4 p m 964 3040. H .HXJMMAGE SALE: Club., Sat.. Feb. Water St. Hdn. FOR RENT 2 bdrm. block house in B.C • fireplace, fenced, large gar. with H bath. No peU, $329. mo. plus $300 depo 293-1365. B.C. WANTIP truekload of mnure or sludge Fred Trieger, 6S4ATt I, BC Ph. 293-1062. rOR SALE • 1167 FORD RAN CHIRQ PU. Excel, cond AM-PM Radio. Newly uphsliterad Make offer 26S-6914. i.C OPENINGS NOW AVAILA BLE in housekeeping and laundry. Institutional exper. helpftil. Apply in person between 9am and 3 pm, B.C. Care Center, 601 Adams BLVD B.C. SHAKLEE piiODuas Rhoda D. Hagadone Authorized Distributor 293-4350 B.C. We'll Call On You" tf GARAGE SALE: Clothing, misc. Feb. 17,10 am. 997 El Camino Way.. BC ED HARWOOD OF CONSUMERS AP PLIANCE has Phiico Color TVs starting at $289.99 and Supel' Bargains in New 4 Ustd Refrigerators, Washers, Dryers. Dis hwaslters, Disposals, Water Heaters 4 o Forth Call 964-2210. 118 E. Lake Mead Dr.. Hdn. next to 7-11 Store WANTED: ROOMMATE to share 3 bdrm.. 2 bth home in .Htgliland Hills Call mornings or Sun. 4 Mon 9657560 Hdn mmmmmi 1968 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER Ari., PS, P-B, 2 dr. call mornings 7:30 to 9 a.m. 293 3355. B CXI I IL FULL TIME bookkeepar needed-2932333 B-C FOR SALE Beauty Salon chair-hairdryer, $25-Gaffer Saltier Dishwasher, $25Eureka upright w-attachments, $20. 29" x 53" Spanish Style Picture. $5. 293-3610 B C aoc 11 Jit STARS OF TOMORROW ARE BEING BORN TODAY AT DANCE THEATRE WEST • MERV'S LOCK I KEY SHOP Locked Out Lose Your Keys Auto-Home-OfTice Locks or Combination Changed 24 Hour Emergency Service — \1 540Ave.B, B.C. 293-3822 MaeaaMaa***MsaMk*MeMi //W^ Your home is your castle "' Try the HENDERSON PU^ APTS. • 2Bedroom • Furn. & Unfum. • Pool ;ic 730 Centsr St I Hda RreplMBS Ph. 565-76281 Block Wals ^ 6 |unJ MOSSEirS MASPNRY 1 DunMoBser -fl^ Mason Cortractor^^ il UcNa 14768 M FUR RENT KilcbeaellM. SS wk. UdHtlos paid. Shady imt Motel. M-lin. aa LADIES!! Avoid joining expensive spas. Our slimnastics class is available on a week to week basis. Come in and lose those unwanted inches aa* Jaiz-Top-Gymnastics and Ballet Storting age 2 tup ( FOR ALL YOU R\ GLASS NEEDS! # te 293-3677 aa NATURWAY JK NATURAL ..' 1^ FOODS 293-1144 13imNev Hwv, tfC, 10% OFF TO SENIOR CmZENS on Vitamins, Minerals. Protrins. Capsalatcd Herbs wd Aloe Vera Gel ONLY! SEAR'S COLDSPOT air condi tion. Fits standard window $150. 293-3315 B C • WANTED TO RENT OR LEASE, building with park ing facilities large enough to conduct auctions. Darwin Bible, Action Auction. 293 5388 BC Jwill lady in green pickupi w-camper who witnessed^ accident on 1-30^79 between car k 2 motorcycles, please call 565-6348? STOVE • 2 ovens, self cleaning, extras 39 in. wide. 293-2072 BC. MOBILE HOME. MUST SELL. Super low price Furn. New appi BC 293-3480. BABY GRAND MarshallWendell. Beautiful mahogany case. In Mint Condition. Like New. Mickey Finn's Antiques 4 Pianos. Maryland Sq. Shopping Center 732-1667. BOULDER REALTY FOR SALE 30" electric range Good cond. $60. 293 2070 BC I • • • a>taaaa>aaaaa^w MOTORHOME: 1975 South wind. 10.000 miles Loaded w-extras $11,500. Ph 564-3330 alter 3 p.m. Hdn. JANITORIAL HELP WANTED. Mornings: 2 or 3 hrs. daily. Ph. 569-6373 or apply at Iceland Skating Rink. 704 Sunset Rd., Hdn 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 8pm Club, 51 Water St. Wed 7:30 p.m. St Rose de Lima Hosp For more information, call S6S-9963 REALTORS ^is 293-3300 FOR INFORMATION CAU: 293-3332 CUTE ONE BEDROOM HOME In Ccolnl Bandar CMy. Now rtMlieii aldii aad InsobllMi. Updated piubtaf a^ wMig. Perfect slartar boM wRh iHg* lit and pla^ d reaa to eipoMi. 137,560.00. XTTRACTIVE 3 BDRM 2 BA OLDER HOME located in tree-shaded neighborhood Modern kitchen, laundry r6om, tastefully decorated throughout, fenced yard, auto sprinklers. SPECTACULAR VIEW OF LAKE MEAD One of a kind .33 acre building lot BEAUTIFULLY KEPT VILLA DEL PRADO HOME 4 bdrm,. 1% Balh.ilreplace. 2 car garage Block wall encloses rear yard. Don't miss out on this spectacular home VOU WILL ENJOY THIS 3 bdrm 2 bath home Freshly • painted, in tip-top cond Extra large front driveway R.V, storage, large lindscaped 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., IH bath, nice size living room, very well kept. Adult park in Boulder City. EXCEPTIONAL 2 story home overlooking BC Golf Couirse Master bdrm suite is 20 X 29, 3 car garage, approx. 3400 sq. ft. liveable WARM YOURSELF BY A CRACKLIN' FIRE in the family room fireplace. This well planned home features 4 bdi:m.. 2 baths. JennAir Cooktop Range, self cleaning oven, laundry room, formal dining and living area and 'garage plus work area. YOU WILL ENJOY THIS HOME IN THE YEARS TO COME Brick constructed 4 bdrm 2^4 bath on large shaded grounds, a view of Lake Mead and so much more located in B C at 1308 Denver St. Call for details and' appt to sec. START THE NEW YEAR OUT RIGHT with this 2 story. 3 bdrm, 2W bath home Located on Boulder City Golf Course, fourth green Professionally landscaped, wood burning fireplace, separate family room and much, much more Call for details. miu iU E^P "There It M twbititwte for Experienc*'^ ^aCK BtAR REALIYREALTORI 833 NEVADA HWY., B.C. 293-2171 or 293-3402 AFTER HOURS CALL:," IgKALTOR BobBlair '. 293-2049 Carl Cowan 2931499 Andrea Anderson 293-2158 Katie Cartlidge 293-2254 MicheleHess 293-1277 Tom Bryan 293-3475 Claude Smith 293^20 MLS M n. High loLl BUILDING LOT IN SUBDIVISION f4th a beautiful view. Owner is a licensed rea inate salesman. ON THE SIDE OF A MOUNTAIN! BeautifUl raised lot overlooking the lake with unrestricted view. One of a Kind! IXCELLENT FAMILY HOME 4 Mrm,, IV* bath, .with family rm.. Large corner lot with fenced in backyard. Excell. neighborhood, f RIDE OF OWNERSHIP describes this lovely ^ ipacious 3 bdrm., 1^ bath home with swimming S )ol. Bxcellent location. Call our ofhce for de-' ils. CUL-DE-SAC LOT excellent building lot that features an even better view. lUILD YOUR DREAM HOME on one of theb lubdivision 11 lots we have litted. Call for infor-j matiop. BIAUnrUL 24 X 60 MOBILE HOME and laqdKapcd I let CgveredMtio and earfoit wttk ree ter RV BirW 3 reoMs or itmlture Ineiudod. This Is as excellent bvjr. xxxttfteSfSMx JiBke Cnwford^..., MMBU KMI Kick Shet W.K. (Winnie ciuio. PatShanuui Diana Leetbtrg... ^uac Hanaen ..., • • '~^' ..flHOtI •.M.....w.,M*IH*4 .....*.**•*...*.M*t. ......*•*..< .nM..*...... „j: NEAR LAKE MEAD. New cujtom 4 bdrm 2 bath 2 car gar age 1806 sq It. living space Fireplace, patio All electric. Auto sprinklers. See ||S for details BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM Modular home on estate let lUO sq It. Garage. 2 bdrm., 2 bath. Formal dining room. Immaculate landscaping. Close to airport for the executive pilot or one who withes a bcautifVil view LOVELY TWO STORY, 4 bdrm.. 2W baths. 16x38 heated pool 4 spa, fireplace, auto sprinklers, 2 car garage, 8x20 Greenhouse, EXCELLENT BUY ONLY $86,000,00 CUSTOM AREA, cul-de-sac. 3 large bdrms, ZSi baths, fireplace, util ity rm.. fenced, large covered patio, approx. 1.900 sq. ItALL FOR $85,000 00. TERRIFIC VIEW, 4 bdrm., 2^ baths, on 68 acres, fam rm fireplace, over 2,500 sq ft. 2car garage, FINE CUSTOM BUY BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM. 3 bdrm. 4 den 2 f\ill baths, shake roof rec. rm 24x24. fireplace, spectacular view, on approx '^ acre lot, $128,900.00 NEAR GOLF COURSE, CUSTOM 4 bdrm., 2 Ml 4 2-H baths, large patio, fam. rm. fireplace, approx. 3,400sq.ft. brick home with excellent view, REAL EXECUTIVE HOME. LOTS OF TREES, in fine area, brick 3 bdrm., fireplace, has basement, wood floors, carport, this home has many xtra features, ONLY $69,900.00. 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 16x32 ft pool with Jacuizi (heated), block wall SEE THIS $83.90000 SPECTACULAR CUSTOM, 4 bdrm., 2-^ baths, approx. 3.400 sq. ft. fine landscsping. fenced, auto sprinklers, large finished garage, fireplace, fam. rm., 2-large patios, SEE US FOR INFO. A REAL BEAUTY. CUSTOM, 3 bdrm,. 2 bath, stone faced fireplace, fam. rm.. fenced, xtra large garage, near golf course, TERRinC BUY AT $87,900 00 EXCELLENT HOME, 3 bdrm., 2 bath, new carpet 4 drapes, covered patio, SEE THIS FINE BUY AT $68,900.00 GOOD AREA, this 2 bdrm desert landscaped, large carport, 9CW washer, dryer, refrigerator go with this immaculate home for 946J80 00. ; MOBILE HOME ON ESTATE LOT, 2 bdrm covered patio. Large carport for boat, etc. SEE THIS $49,900 00. IMMACULATE, 4 bdrm.. 24 bath, lovely landscaping formal dining rm fenced. 2 car garage, auto sprinklers. GREAT BUY AT $82,000 00. APPROX 1,610 64. rt. in Ult flhe 4 him.. 2 baUi. covered paUo. new carpet, block wall, desert IlilMtped, I ear |irage, EXCELLENT BUY ntfiOOM. BUSINESS FOR LEASE, tool k die skef. or pertktie equipment, and lease bidf. itt US FOR DETAILS. VVA rOR lAU Wrra OOep LEASI. laventory k ftxtura iAVl YOUR OWN iUSlNiil CAU tODAY FOR BUILMIf 0 LOT INFO., aaiy witk views HELPWANTfD Part-time Experienced salesman Must be Bondable Apply in Person 1212 N Boulder Hwy. Henderson. Nev GARAGE SALE • Sat, Feb 17 at413W. Basic from 9a.m. to 3 p.m. Hdn. MOTHER OF TWO BOYS, 9 4 7 YRS would like to babysit 1 child evenings in my home Nice area 965-7332 after8 pm Hdn. B.XTHROOM 4 KITCHEN re modeling. Refinishlpg tubs 4 sinks. Also appliance, all colors. Chips also repaired. 791-1112. RENTAL OFFICE CLERK 1" (Half-Time) Imbiediate opening for halftime Rental Office Clerk I at Espinoza 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 491-8P45), 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 p.m., Friday, February 23, 1979. Selection will be based on training and previous work experience. W F. Cottrell Executive Director Congratulations TOMMY PARKER on your marriage. Wishing you all the happiness there is. Marilyn. QUALITY CUSTOM FRAMING The Burk Gal'ry 400 Nevada Hwy. 2933958 BEGINNERS PIANOS. Several to choose from $650 Mickey Finn's Antiques 4 Pianos Maryland Sq. Shopping Center 732-1667 RIDE WANTED • Twice or three times a week on companion basis to play hineo From B.C. to Henderson or Las Vegas. By Retired lady 293-2560 B C LOVELY FRUITWOOD 3 pc. dining rm set from 1920'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. Com plete set $1500. See at ACTION AUCTIONEERIN(; 508 Nev Hwy, 293 5388 BC I ADVERTISERS I PLEASE PROOF | .Your ad the first day I in case an error oc• I curs The Henderson | I Home News will asI • sume no responsibilI ity afler the first day of I publication. Error | I claims must be made I immediately. ^—"•••""^-"^ • •-"^^* 1973 PONTIAC CATALINA, 53,000 miles Factory air, excellent mechanical condition. Very good rubber. Many extras $1900 293 4824 BC tic 3tlC sac 3tlC 3ttC RUMMAGE SALE—AMERICAN LEGION HALL Sat., Feb 17th Doors open 9 am Hall open Fri. 9 am. for donations only! Benefit of Special Olympics Program for handicapped Sponsored by American Legion Auxiliary Boulder City Unit No. 31. I NEAT. CLEAN, FENCED 2 bdrm Townsite for rent References required 564 1828after3:30pm Hdn ANTIQI;E WHITE and gold, girl's 4 pc bdrm set with matehing canopy Excell. Eves 293 1319 B C ir3 CHEVY PICKUP \ Ton, 454 Eng.. Power steering 4 brakes, air. radio 236 Hill crest Ph 565^8636 Hdn I lOULDER Cin I Specialty clothing store in excellent location I Owner retiring. Sales I price of $59,900 includes I inventory. I GKAT NEVADA ) PROratTKS RIALTM I 385-1033 ) hmitp: 293-1471 SEWING MACHINE SERVICE 411 ntnii Mgliriy 4JI rOR OOlliailCTAI, 4 mOUJTRIAL FROFRBTV — MOHtfS — IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY!' PRICE REDUCED!' 4 bedroom, 2 bath, 5 years old Near schools $69,500 FIREPLACE FAMILY ROOM" 3 bedroom, 2 bath, new. Excellent location. $73,500 00 EXCELLENT LOCATION!! 3 bedroom, 2 bath, double garage Pool $82,000 00 BEAUTIFUL NEW HOME NEAR THE GOLF COURSEl! 3 bedrooms. } bath, custom built. $72,450.00 $74,500.00!! New 3 bedrooms. 2 bath, cathedral ceilings, fireplace • 174,50006. -MOIIU HOMES — BEAUTIFUL SPLIT LEVEL!' ADULTS ONLY!! 1508 square feet 26' x 60' On Mountain Vista lot $98,800 IN GINGERWOOD ADULTS!! 2 bedroom. 1 bath $19,400.00. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION PRICE REDUCED!! $33,900 buys this near new mobile home in MAM Park. Adults only. 12 X 60 EXPANDO!! REDUCED!! 1968 Broadmore. 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, in Gingerwood Immediate oceupancy, adults only $13,900 1977 AIRITRBAM 28'. Many extras like new. Only $11,990 2 BEDROOM 1| X 60 $16,400!! This one has a |0 x 30 add on. In MAM Park AdulU only A good buy. 12 X 70 NEW-$82,500'! AdulU only 3 bedrooms • I batlii PettassloR today b SPECIAL 1 will clean, oil. adjust top and bottom tensions in your home with no service call charge for lOW: $5.95 A'utomatic & free arm machines, add $2.00. ALL WORK GUAR.ANTEEDHENDERSON HwM 565-0255 ""''' 17 yr$. txptriMCt CbtON f1.CARRCTT RCaLTV PHONE 293-3333 Vnun Richards 293 1757 Bart Hyde ',293 2144 Carol Roiich 293 4950 Elton M r„irrett 293 28,39 1554 Nevada Hwy., Boulder City, B \RGAIN TIME i bedroom. 2 lialhs Pnct'd under other homes in mature neighborhood $59,900 HIGH ON THE MOUNTAIN Below Appraisal M;IN tcr bedroom suite has Jacuzzi and Fireplace Must see to appreciate this luxury home $115,000 RXREFIND Hhedioom"., 2 bath home with 16 \ .10 pool, plus spa Good terms Only $76,500 VIEW OF CITY Building lots overlook Boulder City and Eldorado Valley Over 4 Acre. Prices begin at $25,000. LAKEVIEW SITES Desirable lot,on Woodacre Drive Over 1 3 Acre Only $38,500, HIGHWAY FRONTAGE See us for details on property. .^ FOR RENT • • New 3 bedroom, 3Vk bath apt. unfum. earept for built ins 1365.00 ptr month MOTEL FOR RALE • Detalli to qualified parties Wf HAVI lUYIRI ~ W| NEED USTINOS 31 YUlS flONIIIINO REAL ESTATE miOUUMICITY

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mm* T'Tf^V^f-t' Hfodtnen Hem* Nwt and leuldw Otv Ntw ^00*39 Thursday. February 15,1979 Ntwt and lewldtr City Nmn Thursday, February 15. W PUT IT IN THE FOR RESUUS iMMtersoii Cliild Core Center MIy I WNkly ItetM Peter's Hall, BeuMer Hwy 565-9384 MSTANTCASH jilt M 3d Mrtgig aad Tntt Defds nUNKIOZAl 3t24}34 VO^Sb Aik yMir nrlgkiMr. he kntws me. 1 FT. AUO TRAVEL TRAILER Stove k oven, ice box. $809. 293-3319. B.C. CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY I Home Office-Auto-Boats f Antique Restoration Excellent selection of fabric. ^ Ph. Red 564-2775 experienced, former college upholstery instructor • SEWING MACHINE SPECIAL Clean, oil. adjust tensions Only t9 Free pickup k delivery 643-0ai7 D1.\L A THOUGHT 732-0472 "WANTED Chevy Parts. En gines. transmissions, etc Cash or trade Kelly Glass 451 SI S3 DRESSMAKING • ALTERA TIONS 4 MENDING Also laundry & ironing service 569-6604 Hdn .AlCDHOUCS ANONYMOUS Open Meeting: Wed., 8:00 p.m. PUaUC INVITED: SI Woter Street 565-7073 FREE FILM OR CASH DISCOINT ON ALL FILMS. Printed afid deveU^d at VANS NEVADA DRUG. BOtLDER CITY. NV. DOES YOUR BATHROOM MARLITE NEED REPLAC ING? Free Etiimalei. SM ZIfl Hdn FOR YOUR BACKHOE SERVICE call Jerome Holm, 565-9939. Managing k operating for Cross Country Constru. of Southern Nevada. 20 yrs. experience. Hdn. I Contniclion Remodeinol p Addlnnt Ph. \ UcNa 15064 5B4^M DRIVER S LICENSE TESTS reiday and Wednesday (45 am l*IZnoon lpmt*4:ISpm City annex Civir Center 200 Witrr Street RMm < l40 YEARS EXPERIENCE! JTRIMMINC AND REMOVING; JTREES Serving Henderson; area 293 21 IS WASH CAR-TRUCK M RI MMM 99R M X STORAGE ALL TYPES Rodio i TV Service Free Glass, mirror & lumber ctiloffs Kelly's Glass 451 5153 Mooooeaai GARCIA CONCRETE CONTRACTOR License 15333 Bonded 565-9928 FOR SALE 12 x 60 Mobile Home 2 bdrm washer • dryer, skirts, new curtains, rugs, covered palio. ref ,' stove fc shed li^bath Furn or unf. 19 color TV Extra large lot Sp rent. $70 mo Visia Mobile Home^. Space 23 Ph 871 1724 NEED TO SELL YOUR HOUSE? WE WILL BUY IT NOW! CoAk 2931613 G A. "Curly" SmilS, Int. KOK S\I.K HV OWNER sub division, II. lot No 89. $22 .SOO'iiTms Ciill iirej (odc 714 728 899.=) Kjllhrook. Cal .colled AARON FENCING Free Ettimatet Chain Link A Wood Fencing 20 Years Exp. Ph. 451-8190 WILL CARE FOR CHILDREN VP TO 5 YRS Anytime. 565-0693 Hdn leBaffy FOR SALE 1974 Plymouth .Saliellite Cu.slom 4 dr Small V8. auto a c. PS 52 000 ml Clean, well main lamed $2450 Call owner 293 2314 evenings BC TRUCK SHELLS FOR SALE -1 Gem Top. cab height for short bed truck. $200 1 insu lafedcampr,3ft abovecab for short bed truck, $250 Call 293 1321 between 7 30 am and S pm. B C. FOR RENT • 2 bdrm Townsite house Preferred: Retired couple Call 569-8694 Hdn LAND: 2W acres in Paradise Hills in Hender.son $25,000 Ph 564-2819 Hdn •74 VEGA GT Great gas mileage. Uses regular. Priced below blue book Auto, factory air. very good cond only $1,300 293 5462 BC SWEET AND SIMPLE Style of living in this super mobile hoine~ located in Henderson. Has two bed-i rooms, family room. 14 x 60 with acreage and has a patio what a bargain at $29,500. Call REALTY EXECUTIVES. Realtor at 736-8551 or Evenings at 564-2765. No. 292 N.ATURE PAINTS A MASTERPIECE Right outside your front door. There is a beautiful view of the whole valley and the mountains. This lovely home has formal dining room, fireplace in family room. 3 bedrooms, large 2 car garage and located in Henderson Priced at $77,950Call REALTY EXECUTIVES, Realtor at 736-8551 or Evenings at 564-2765 No. 284. THERE'S LOTS IN LIFE You can expect out of this home. Has two bedrooms, large country kitchen, a workshop that's a handyman's dream and sits on two lots. Call REALTY EXECUTIVES, Realtors at 736-8551 or Evenings at 564-2765. No. 326. FIREPLACE LOVERS 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 jacuzzi and three fireplaces! Located in Henderson and priced at $93,500. Call REALTY EXECUTIVES, Realtor at 736-8551 or 564-2765, PEACEFUL CO-EXISTENCE Can be found in this delightful three bedroom home that has carpeting and drapes two car garage and located in Henderson. Only IVi years old, perfect for the family who wants the best out of life Priced at $62,950. Call REALTY EXECUTIVES, Realtor at 736-8551 or Evenings at 564-2765 No. 375 RIAin EXECUTIVIS Stnriif HM iMmM I IMMW CHy AIM FiM NftlMil Itkcfttoi Stnrkt • Nil (•Itr Sbfwcist if Nffs Mifliy GMrairtMd Uki Piifrwi H HOME OF THE ^„,,, SUPIR AGENTS ^^ Marrtii [H Swllg 1^ h hojne with beautiful hj^kme has a familyneed with block front and rear. n{*i'0^' VALLEY VIEW brick fireplace living room com wall and autoi Nice carpet thrO' MOBILE HOMl(i^Mfn32 MRk inCasa Loma Estates 1440 sq. n $35.09lic travel trailer w-refrigeration. $1800 See to appreciate. Call 96941919. Hdn. HOME 956.000. 3 .b4rm.. I^ bath, double giragf,, large lawn, located on Cul.d iti. Henderson. Ph. 964-28il. GARAGE SALE Sun. 4 Mon Feb. 16tb k 19th. Nine to nve. 616 Wlnchtstec (Highland Hills. Hdn.) — MOBILE HOME FOR SALE Double wide, 2 bdrms., 2 bths., fUlly f\irnisbed. Ph 964-1888. 99 Ballerina Dr.. Ballerina Tr Park, Hdn. COME ONE! COME ALL! Big 4 Small. To seven (7) family yard sale Sat. k Sun., 17th k 16th. 101 W. Lake Mead Dr.. Hdn. 1 ACRE. MISSION HILLS, Henderson. Power, Water, Telephone. $16,000. Ph 2939309. HELP WANTED part time cashier. Must be 21 GRE.AT WEST HUSKY 493 Nev Hwy. EC. QUALITY CUSTOM FRAM'NG The Burk Gal'ry 400 Nevada Hwy 293 3958 I Boh Olsen Realty I & Insuratwe Inc, ^J 6 W flier St.. Hendenon HAITOI SpaHout with Beautiful View Plua 2 Car Garage One-Half Acre lot with• nottout tlrw of the entire' vaUc>, 3 Br.. 2 Baths. Urge 20x12 Living Room with Fireplace. Beautiful Home with mmn> cxlrw, and all for' undrr $65,000. Tiinc to aeiccl your carpel celnn. Call (or appointment. Good AMumpllon 4 Br. I and 3/4 balh wHh double garage, Ftreplacc in Living Room. Large Counirt Sivie Kllchen Famll\ Room Combined. Immarolale Inside and out. Pro(et*loBall> landscaped >ard with man\ shniba, ail with bobiers and aulomallc^sprinklered.Haa old-low Inlereal loan. Owner leatlng end of month. Fasi possession. Close to Etery thing • Even the Hospital i Bedrooms with the master bedroom enlarged to 18' lang with wardrobes bnlll entire side, Child's bedroom has. bulll-lns • • dreaser. wardrobe and desk, plus large walk-In • closet. Overhead patio entire side of home, wllh barbcquc pit. Entire rear yard enclosed with rear gaitlo large-' parking area. Range and Refrigerator, Carpel and drapes inchided. Choice Valley View Home 3 Bedroom llh rcmodeMcd kitchen and bathroom, with double basins and vanities, much ceramic tile, (omial dining room, manv bulll-lns, added cabinets, covered patio, and carport lb accomodale 4 cars. Sprinkler system, many shrubs and nice landscaping. Call for appointment. Lovely Hont High on Black Mountain 3 Br. 1 and 3/4 bath with a low Interest loan and an easy aasumption. Small cash and take over seller's old loan. 2 Car garage, carpeted and drapes throughoal. Very Uslefull> decorated throughoul. Country sl>le kitchenDining room.-combo. Yoa won't want to iniM seeing this one If you're looking for a good buy and a beautiful home, plus a workshop. 3 Br. Brick Hone Only U8.000 Nice Brick home with carport, water softener, from and rear sprinklers, carpel and drapes, range and refrigerator, gariuge disposal. Enciosed front and rear vard. Exceptional buy. For the Large Family A family room you wouMn'l believe that's 16 x 25 witk fireplace, 4 bedrooms plus a Den, Laundrt room, and aU freshly redecorated spic and span, wllh all new carpeting throogbottl-oBC of the nicesi homes In town. Vacant aeo ready for you lo move In. Sec this beauty. Tract 2-3 Br. 2 Bath Large Living Room, formal dining room, large maatcr bedroom with walk-In claacl, and storage In all rooms-many bnill-lns. Caalom Cupboards In spacious country style kitchen. Soparalc laundry room. Excellent value. Atlenlien Investors or Developers 63 plus acres, with 1800 front fl. of frontage. WIU sell all or part. Additional 40 Acres available ad^acmt if wanted. Call for details. 2-') Acre loU • total of 4 Acre ready for buUdlng. Only S20,2SO. Sectioa V. I Acre-ready to boUd SI6,000 I Acre-Sect. 19. (My S23.5O0. j,^"* [^ Mlaaiaa Mfc. tikt t Level • • Ready to MM 20.S4 Acres at SII.III. fw AcicAII or part. 2-'/> Acre lou S19JH kfte Am • • Both Loto Sectie. 19 • Blacfc Moutofa. .964-2772 969^9429 • .969^9491 9694066 .9649653 964 9653 96VO860 \FTER HOl'RS CALL JEANNE A OLSEN DC MAROOBROKER PETER J OLSEN SALUMAN VIRGIL McKINNEY, SAUBilAN.,. JANET SHAW. SALESMAN LORIN WILLIAMS, SALESMAN PAULINE "TINA" WILUAMS. SALESMAN MICHAEL P BERGEMEYER. salesman I HAlTORSSaVilCnitMWWBOII AHA FOR i P WARS I I JEANNE A OLSEN DEMARCO. BROKERH ^ PUT IT IN THE FOR SALE table li 4 chairs, snow tkis, misc. Call 293-4641. After 4 on weeki^ayt er inHima wNkends. B.C. RCA COLOR CONSOLE TV ', iiM. 2^3319. B.C. '•JACK IN THE BOX announces new hours. Sun. through Thurs., 6 am to 12 pm; FrL 4 Sat, 6 am to I am. B.C. ^A'V'SITTING IN MY HOME '''f9'^2924. Hdn Uf: I; I f: 11^ FOR RESUUS mm VALUE Mobile Home, dbl. wide. Locvted in Gingerwood near pool, Jacuzzi, rec. hall. shufHe board court. This one has all the trimmings. Call now. 293-4320 or 293-1622. PLAYER PIANO. Completely rebuilt. ReatfMMI CMrrywoo4 alll>9t. OUtatand ing tolM 46l>tr Rfenlarha ble for the price, Mickey Finn's Antiques 4 Pianos. Maryland Sq. Shopping Center. 732-1667. DtAMONDfUTI Save your wheel alignment. Install Diamondplate to tyour cdrb. |39. pr. 293-4483 BC FOR SALR eom^lale tube frame kit for VW duneb.uggy call all. 4 p m 964 3040. H .HXJMMAGE SALE: Club., Sat.. Feb. Water St. Hdn. FOR RENT 2 bdrm. block house in B.C • fireplace, fenced, large gar. with H bath. No peU, $329. mo. plus $300 depo 293-1365. B.C. WANTIP truekload of mnure or sludge Fred Trieger, 6S4ATt I, BC Ph. 293-1062. rOR SALE • 1167 FORD RAN CHIRQ PU. Excel, cond AM-PM Radio. Newly uphsliterad Make offer 26S-6914. i.C OPENINGS NOW AVAILA BLE in housekeeping and laundry. Institutional exper. helpftil. Apply in person between 9am and 3 pm, B.C. Care Center, 601 Adams BLVD B.C. SHAKLEE piiODuas Rhoda D. Hagadone Authorized Distributor 293-4350 B.C. We'll Call On You" tf GARAGE SALE: Clothing, misc. Feb. 17,10 am. 997 El Camino Way.. BC ED HARWOOD OF CONSUMERS AP PLIANCE has Phiico Color TVs starting at $289.99 and Supel' Bargains in New 4 Ustd Refrigerators, Washers, Dryers. Dis hwaslters, Disposals, Water Heaters 4 o Forth Call 964-2210. 118 E. Lake Mead Dr.. Hdn. next to 7-11 Store WANTED: ROOMMATE to share 3 bdrm.. 2 bth home in .Htgliland Hills Call mornings or Sun. 4 Mon 9657560 Hdn mmmmmi 1968 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER Ari., PS, P-B, 2 dr. call mornings 7:30 to 9 a.m. 293 3355. B CXI I IL FULL TIME bookkeepar needed-2932333 B-C FOR SALE Beauty Salon chair-hairdryer, $25-Gaffer Saltier Dishwasher, $25Eureka upright w-attachments, $20. 29" x 53" Spanish Style Picture. $5. 293-3610 B C aoc 11 Jit STARS OF TOMORROW ARE BEING BORN TODAY AT DANCE THEATRE WEST • MERV'S LOCK I KEY SHOP Locked Out Lose Your Keys Auto-Home-OfTice Locks or Combination Changed 24 Hour Emergency Service — \1 540Ave.B, B.C. 293-3822 MaeaaMaa***MsaMk*MeMi //W^ Your home is your castle "' Try the HENDERSON PU^ APTS. • 2Bedroom • Furn. & Unfum. • Pool ;ic 730 Centsr St I Hda RreplMBS Ph. 565-76281 Block Wals ^ 6 |unJ MOSSEirS MASPNRY 1 DunMoBser -fl^ Mason Cortractor^^ il UcNa 14768 M FUR RENT KilcbeaellM. SS wk. UdHtlos paid. Shady imt Motel. M-lin. aa LADIES!! Avoid joining expensive spas. Our slimnastics class is available on a week to week basis. Come in and lose those unwanted inches aa* Jaiz-Top-Gymnastics and Ballet Storting age 2 tup ( FOR ALL YOU R\ GLASS NEEDS! # te 293-3677 aa NATURWAY JK NATURAL ..' 1^ FOODS 293-1144 13imNev Hwv, tfC, 10% OFF TO SENIOR CmZENS on Vitamins, Minerals. Protrins. Capsalatcd Herbs wd Aloe Vera Gel ONLY! SEAR'S COLDSPOT air condi tion. Fits standard window $150. 293-3315 B C • WANTED TO RENT OR LEASE, building with park ing facilities large enough to conduct auctions. Darwin Bible, Action Auction. 293 5388 BC Jwill lady in green pickupi w-camper who witnessed^ accident on 1-30^79 between car k 2 motorcycles, please call 565-6348? STOVE • 2 ovens, self cleaning, extras 39 in. wide. 293-2072 BC. MOBILE HOME. MUST SELL. Super low price Furn. New appi BC 293-3480. BABY GRAND MarshallWendell. Beautiful mahogany case. In Mint Condition. Like New. Mickey Finn's Antiques 4 Pianos. Maryland Sq. Shopping Center 732-1667. BOULDER REALTY FOR SALE 30" electric range Good cond. $60. 293 2070 BC I • • • a>taaaa>aaaaa^w MOTORHOME: 1975 South wind. 10.000 miles Loaded w-extras $11,500. Ph 564-3330 alter 3 p.m. Hdn. JANITORIAL HELP WANTED. Mornings: 2 or 3 hrs. daily. Ph. 569-6373 or apply at Iceland Skating Rink. 704 Sunset Rd., Hdn 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 8pm Club, 51 Water St. Wed 7:30 p.m. St Rose de Lima Hosp For more information, call S6S-9963 REALTORS ^is 293-3300 FOR INFORMATION CAU: 293-3332 CUTE ONE BEDROOM HOME In Ccolnl Bandar CMy. Now rtMlieii aldii aad InsobllMi. Updated piubtaf a^ wMig. Perfect slartar boM wRh iHg* lit and pla^ d reaa to eipoMi. 137,560.00. XTTRACTIVE 3 BDRM 2 BA OLDER HOME located in tree-shaded neighborhood Modern kitchen, laundry r6om, tastefully decorated throughout, fenced yard, auto sprinklers. SPECTACULAR VIEW OF LAKE MEAD One of a kind .33 acre building lot BEAUTIFULLY KEPT VILLA DEL PRADO HOME 4 bdrm,. 1% Balh.ilreplace. 2 car garage Block wall encloses rear yard. Don't miss out on this spectacular home VOU WILL ENJOY THIS 3 bdrm 2 bath home Freshly • painted, in tip-top cond Extra large front driveway R.V, storage, large lindscaped 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., IH bath, nice size living room, very well kept. Adult park in Boulder City. EXCEPTIONAL 2 story home overlooking BC Golf Couirse Master bdrm suite is 20 X 29, 3 car garage, approx. 3400 sq. ft. liveable WARM YOURSELF BY A CRACKLIN' FIRE in the family room fireplace. This well planned home features 4 bdi:m.. 2 baths. JennAir Cooktop Range, self cleaning oven, laundry room, formal dining and living area and 'garage plus work area. YOU WILL ENJOY THIS HOME IN THE YEARS TO COME Brick constructed 4 bdrm 2^4 bath on large shaded grounds, a view of Lake Mead and so much more located in B C at 1308 Denver St. Call for details and' appt to sec. START THE NEW YEAR OUT RIGHT with this 2 story. 3 bdrm, 2W bath home Located on Boulder City Golf Course, fourth green Professionally landscaped, wood burning fireplace, separate family room and much, much more Call for details. miu iU E^P "There It M twbititwte for Experienc*'^ ^aCK BtAR REALIYREALTORI 833 NEVADA HWY., B.C. 293-2171 or 293-3402 AFTER HOURS CALL:," IgKALTOR BobBlair '. 293-2049 Carl Cowan 2931499 Andrea Anderson 293-2158 Katie Cartlidge 293-2254 MicheleHess 293-1277 Tom Bryan 293-3475 Claude Smith 293^20 MLS M n. High loLl BUILDING LOT IN SUBDIVISION f4th a beautiful view. Owner is a licensed rea inate salesman. ON THE SIDE OF A MOUNTAIN! BeautifUl raised lot overlooking the lake with unrestricted view. One of a Kind! IXCELLENT FAMILY HOME 4 Mrm,, IV* bath, .with family rm.. Large corner lot with fenced in backyard. Excell. neighborhood, f RIDE OF OWNERSHIP describes this lovely ^ ipacious 3 bdrm., 1^ bath home with swimming S )ol. Bxcellent location. Call our ofhce for de-' ils. CUL-DE-SAC LOT excellent building lot that features an even better view. lUILD YOUR DREAM HOME on one of theb lubdivision 11 lots we have litted. Call for infor-j matiop. BIAUnrUL 24 X 60 MOBILE HOME and laqdKapcd I let CgveredMtio and earfoit wttk ree ter RV BirW 3 reoMs or itmlture Ineiudod. This Is as excellent bvjr. xxxttfteSfSMx JiBke Cnwford^..., MMBU KMI Kick Shet W.K. (Winnie ciuio. PatShanuui Diana Leetbtrg... ^uac Hanaen ..., • • '~^' ..flHOtI •.M.....w.,M*IH*4 .....*.**•*...*.M*t. ......*•*..< .nM..*...... „j: NEAR LAKE MEAD. New cujtom 4 bdrm 2 bath 2 car gar age 1806 sq It. living space Fireplace, patio All electric. Auto sprinklers. See ||S for details BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM Modular home on estate let lUO sq It. Garage. 2 bdrm., 2 bath. Formal dining room. Immaculate landscaping. Close to airport for the executive pilot or one who withes a bcautifVil view LOVELY TWO STORY, 4 bdrm.. 2W baths. 16x38 heated pool 4 spa, fireplace, auto sprinklers, 2 car garage, 8x20 Greenhouse, EXCELLENT BUY ONLY $86,000,00 CUSTOM AREA, cul-de-sac. 3 large bdrms, ZSi baths, fireplace, util ity rm.. fenced, large covered patio, approx. 1.900 sq. ItALL FOR $85,000 00. TERRIFIC VIEW, 4 bdrm., 2^ baths, on 68 acres, fam rm fireplace, over 2,500 sq ft. 2car garage, FINE CUSTOM BUY BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM. 3 bdrm. 4 den 2 f\ill baths, shake roof rec. rm 24x24. fireplace, spectacular view, on approx '^ acre lot, $128,900.00 NEAR GOLF COURSE, CUSTOM 4 bdrm., 2 Ml 4 2-H baths, large patio, fam. rm. fireplace, approx. 3,400sq.ft. brick home with excellent view, REAL EXECUTIVE HOME. LOTS OF TREES, in fine area, brick 3 bdrm., fireplace, has basement, wood floors, carport, this home has many xtra features, ONLY $69,900.00. 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 16x32 ft pool with Jacuizi (heated), block wall SEE THIS $83.90000 SPECTACULAR CUSTOM, 4 bdrm., 2-^ baths, approx. 3.400 sq. ft. fine landscsping. fenced, auto sprinklers, large finished garage, fireplace, fam. rm., 2-large patios, SEE US FOR INFO. A REAL BEAUTY. CUSTOM, 3 bdrm,. 2 bath, stone faced fireplace, fam. rm.. fenced, xtra large garage, near golf course, TERRinC BUY AT $87,900 00 EXCELLENT HOME, 3 bdrm., 2 bath, new carpet 4 drapes, covered patio, SEE THIS FINE BUY AT $68,900.00 GOOD AREA, this 2 bdrm desert landscaped, large carport, 9CW washer, dryer, refrigerator go with this immaculate home for 946J80 00. ; MOBILE HOME ON ESTATE LOT, 2 bdrm covered patio. Large carport for boat, etc. SEE THIS $49,900 00. IMMACULATE, 4 bdrm.. 24 bath, lovely landscaping formal dining rm fenced. 2 car garage, auto sprinklers. GREAT BUY AT $82,000 00. APPROX 1,610 64. rt. in Ult flhe 4 him.. 2 baUi. covered paUo. new carpet, block wall, desert IlilMtped, I ear |irage, EXCELLENT BUY ntfiOOM. BUSINESS FOR LEASE, tool k die skef. or pertktie equipment, and lease bidf. itt US FOR DETAILS. VVA rOR lAU Wrra OOep LEASI. laventory k ftxtura iAVl YOUR OWN iUSlNiil CAU tODAY FOR BUILMIf 0 LOT INFO., aaiy witk views HELPWANTfD Part-time Experienced salesman Must be Bondable Apply in Person 1212 N Boulder Hwy. Henderson. Nev GARAGE SALE • Sat, Feb 17 at413W. Basic from 9a.m. to 3 p.m. Hdn. MOTHER OF TWO BOYS, 9 4 7 YRS would like to babysit 1 child evenings in my home Nice area 965-7332 after8 pm Hdn. B.XTHROOM 4 KITCHEN re modeling. Refinishlpg tubs 4 sinks. Also appliance, all colors. Chips also repaired. 791-1112. RENTAL OFFICE CLERK 1" (Half-Time) Imbiediate opening for halftime Rental Office Clerk I at Espinoza 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 491-8P45), 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 p.m., Friday, February 23, 1979. Selection will be based on training and previous work experience. W F. Cottrell Executive Director Congratulations TOMMY PARKER on your marriage. Wishing you all the happiness there is. Marilyn. QUALITY CUSTOM FRAMING The Burk Gal'ry 400 Nevada Hwy. 2933958 BEGINNERS PIANOS. Several to choose from $650 Mickey Finn's Antiques 4 Pianos Maryland Sq. Shopping Center 732-1667 RIDE WANTED • Twice or three times a week on companion basis to play hineo From B.C. to Henderson or Las Vegas. By Retired lady 293-2560 B C LOVELY FRUITWOOD 3 pc. dining rm set from 1920'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. Com plete set $1500. See at ACTION AUCTIONEERIN(; 508 Nev Hwy, 293 5388 BC I ADVERTISERS I PLEASE PROOF | .Your ad the first day I in case an error oc• I curs The Henderson | I Home News will asI • sume no responsibilI ity afler the first day of I publication. Error | I claims must be made I immediately. ^—"•••""^-"^ • •-"^^* 1973 PONTIAC CATALINA, 53,000 miles Factory air, excellent mechanical condition. Very good rubber. Many extras $1900 293 4824 BC tic 3tlC sac 3tlC 3ttC RUMMAGE SALE—AMERICAN LEGION HALL Sat., Feb 17th Doors open 9 am Hall open Fri. 9 am. for donations only! Benefit of Special Olympics Program for handicapped Sponsored by American Legion Auxiliary Boulder City Unit No. 31. I NEAT. CLEAN, FENCED 2 bdrm Townsite for rent References required 564 1828after3:30pm Hdn ANTIQI;E WHITE and gold, girl's 4 pc bdrm set with matehing canopy Excell. Eves 293 1319 B C ir3 CHEVY PICKUP \ Ton, 454 Eng.. Power steering 4 brakes, air. radio 236 Hill crest Ph 565^8636 Hdn I lOULDER Cin I Specialty clothing store in excellent location I Owner retiring. Sales I price of $59,900 includes I inventory. I GKAT NEVADA ) PROratTKS RIALTM I 385-1033 ) hmitp: 293-1471 SEWING MACHINE SERVICE 411 ntnii Mgliriy 4JI rOR OOlliailCTAI, 4 mOUJTRIAL FROFRBTV — MOHtfS — IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY!' PRICE REDUCED!' 4 bedroom, 2 bath, 5 years old Near schools $69,500 FIREPLACE FAMILY ROOM" 3 bedroom, 2 bath, new. Excellent location. $73,500 00 EXCELLENT LOCATION!! 3 bedroom, 2 bath, double garage Pool $82,000 00 BEAUTIFUL NEW HOME NEAR THE GOLF COURSEl! 3 bedrooms. } bath, custom built. $72,450.00 $74,500.00!! New 3 bedrooms. 2 bath, cathedral ceilings, fireplace • 174,50006. -MOIIU HOMES — BEAUTIFUL SPLIT LEVEL!' ADULTS ONLY!! 1508 square feet 26' x 60' On Mountain Vista lot $98,800 IN GINGERWOOD ADULTS!! 2 bedroom. 1 bath $19,400.00. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION PRICE REDUCED!! $33,900 buys this near new mobile home in MAM Park. Adults only. 12 X 60 EXPANDO!! REDUCED!! 1968 Broadmore. 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, in Gingerwood Immediate oceupancy, adults only $13,900 1977 AIRITRBAM 28'. Many extras like new. Only $11,990 2 BEDROOM 1| X 60 $16,400!! This one has a |0 x 30 add on. In MAM Park AdulU only A good buy. 12 X 70 NEW-$82,500'! AdulU only 3 bedrooms • I batlii PettassloR today b SPECIAL 1 will clean, oil. adjust top and bottom tensions in your home with no service call charge for lOW: $5.95 A'utomatic & free arm machines, add $2.00. ALL WORK GUAR.ANTEEDHENDERSON HwM 565-0255 ""''' 17 yr$. txptriMCt CbtON f1.CARRCTT RCaLTV PHONE 293-3333 Vnun Richards 293 1757 Bart Hyde ',293 2144 Carol Roiich 293 4950 Elton M r„irrett 293 28,39 1554 Nevada Hwy., Boulder City, B \RGAIN TIME i bedroom. 2 lialhs Pnct'd under other homes in mature neighborhood $59,900 HIGH ON THE MOUNTAIN Below Appraisal M;IN tcr bedroom suite has Jacuzzi and Fireplace Must see to appreciate this luxury home $115,000 RXREFIND Hhedioom"., 2 bath home with 16 \ .10 pool, plus spa Good terms Only $76,500 VIEW OF CITY Building lots overlook Boulder City and Eldorado Valley Over 4 Acre. Prices begin at $25,000. LAKEVIEW SITES Desirable lot,on Woodacre Drive Over 1 3 Acre Only $38,500, HIGHWAY FRONTAGE See us for details on property. .^ FOR RENT • • New 3 bedroom, 3Vk bath apt. unfum. earept for built ins 1365.00 ptr month MOTEL FOR RALE • Detalli to qualified parties Wf HAVI lUYIRI ~ W| NEED USTINOS 31 YUlS flONIIIINO REAL ESTATE miOUUMICITY

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vmmij .x. mmmmm ?*tWP^' Iffor^Uibles Ml >£1VIX 79 \ mANS 79 AS ADVERTISED ON T.V. AS ADVERTISED ON T.V. ,'C.'-i.:r'i The Perfect 6 Passenger! i!| $5379 lUIPPED:"" FACTORY AIR CONDITIONED Automatic, power steering, power disc brakes, luxury-tilt steering wheel, deluxe wheel covers. AM radio with rear speakers, pin striping, sport mirrors, body side moldings tinted glass, custom seat belts & much, much more' No 9572* Styling in the Perfect Mid-Size BUY OR LEASE! y$5879 QUIPPED: 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 i SSbfi BRAND NEW 79 GRAND PRIX FACTORY AIR CONDITIONED Power steering, povwr disc brakes, power windows. AM radio, luxury tilt wheel. Rally II wheels, tinted glass, WSW Tires. Body moldings, vinyl top, much more. No. 9580 BRAND NEW 79 TRANS AM The Nation's No. 1 Luxury Sport SALE mcE $ 627 12 IN STOCK FOR IMMEDIATE .DELIVERY $AVE! BRAND NEW 79 FIREBIRD ESPRIT FACTORY AIR CONDITIONED Automatic, power steering, power brakes sport mirrors. Rally II Wheels, tinted glass 4 much much more..No. 9769. SALE >RICE BRAND NEW $6579. 79 LeNIANS SAFARI STATION WAGON FACTORY AIR CONDITIONED Power steering, power brakes, power windows A teats. AM/FM stereo caMMe r!?! STf l^'LT'' "" 81"'"'"'^'" Wheels w/custom trim. Lamp group' Cruise control, loaded with the necessary wagon options No 9594 .DISCOUNTED 51279. SUPER '78h 1978 CATALINA FACTORY AIR CONDITIONEOl Automatic, power steering, power disc brakes AM radio, tint glass, WSW tires, vinyl top, low rriiles No 3084 OUR #1 TRADE-INS SALE PRICED 12 MONTH8/12,000 MILE WARRANTY AVAILABLE 1978 LeMANS {FACTORY AIR CONDITIONED JAutomatic, power steering, power disc Ibrakes. AM radio, tint blass. WSW tires, Ivinyl top, low miles. No. 2914 4678 75 lUICX REGAL CK Gorgeous burgundy, loaded with extras No 9331A 77 MONTE CARLO Landau top. lots of extras, roman red and reflects care No 6881 '3399 $ 4378 7.8 NOVA CK Bronze beauty, fully factory equipt, low miles Hm '73 LINCOLN MANK IV Metallic brown, loaded as youd expect, priced right and runs good No ^^ $ $ 12 MONTH/12,000 MILE WARRANTY AVAILABLE ^ (1978 CATALINA SAFARI 9 PASSENGER WAGON FACTORY AIR CONDITIONED 77 CNEVY 4i4 SHOUIEO Trick, tires and wtteels. Air. tape, sfiarp red truck No P3099 76 CONVETTE TTOP Loaded w/equipt, low miles and sharp. No P2988 77 CNRYSUR CPE Just traded, yellow, sharp, loaded No P?W 77 NEW YORKER CPE Local one owner car, artic white, only 18,000 miles, sharp No 9542A 3299 SAVE ME ^4299 $ Automatic, power steering, power disc brakes. AM radio, tint glass, WSW tires. Vinyl top. luggage rack, low miles. No. 2913 12 1 12,000 Ml Wirrcnty AvaUabta 4978 77 RANCHERO M0U6HAM Only 10.000 miles, loaded With equipt, See to believe No 963flA 71FAIMMMT CPE ^ Try this one and you'll buy S It Sharp, low miles, econo^ 'T'v_No P3012 5299 lAVE 74 mm PICKUP It s blue and it s sharp. Easy' on the wallet P3081 4999 76CELICA Automatic transmission. AIR, low miles, drive It and YOU II buy It No P3085 3999 78mR0A0tTEN 6,000 Miles and as you'd expect, just like new. No 96e9A '3999 78 CAMANO Z2I 4 speed, yellow. Loaded and low miles No 9702A ^4299 77 CNRYSLER UNNMHAi Artie white, 18.000 miles, full power. Air, 1 owner. No. 9542A SAVE 77 CATALINA COUPE Satin silver, power, air. nice No P2809 $ 76 CORVETTE Loaded! Real leather interior, automatic, approx 34.000 miles. Green fin ^^^ $ 76 GRAND SAFAM Gold wagon with all the extras • sharp No im. 3999 8499 $ 77 LUXURY T-L Sharp & loaded. AM/FM tape, tilt, power windows, etc No P3(M2 5299 $ 78 RONNEVILIE 4 OR. Artie White with gorgeous blue velour No BH121 5699 SAVE 77TiUltAM 4 Speed, ebony black with air a extras Reflects pride of ownership No. 3064. 77 8RAN0 Pn Roman red, tilt, power equipment Ila_P222S im $ 76 Low miles, artic white, ni car clearance priced 92088. 3999 t $ 3899 77 VENTURA SON. 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A major restaurant chain is interested in the restaurant facility. Boulder City resident and County Commissioner Bob Broadbent, with three partners including Robert Smith of Robert Smith Construction in Las Vegas is developing the project on 20 acres of land at the intersection of U.S. 93 and Vilte Drive in Boulder City. Smith stated the project would be developed in three phases. The hotel portion is ready to roll and progress towards actual constriirtion -• ^t w• will proceed as soon as negotiations with a hotel operator are concluded. As designed, all hotel rooms will enjoy a view of the lake vista. The hotel facility may be expanded to up to 600 rooms in the future. Smith said the market analysis indicated over 7,500 vehicles a day drive by the location which includes 1,000 feet ofjiighway frontage. He added that a later phase of development may include a truck stop or filling station. The announcement of the project was made at yesterday's breakfast meeting of the B.C. Chamber of Commerce. Broadbent explained he was presenting it to this group first to get their foelings on the project. "We feel it will be an asset to the city," he said. "It will add to the tourist facilities ... and tourism is a part of Boulder City's economy. $1.5 Million Water Bond Issue For Sale A public sale resolution for general obligation bonds for water improvements in the amount of $1,520,000, was approved by the city council Monday night. Outlining the f\iture steps to be taken in selling the bonds, Hal Smith of Burrows, Smith and Co. of Nevada, aid anyone would be eligible to buy the bonds if they had the money, or several individuals or firms could form a syndicate to purchase the bonds. Councilman Phil Stout asked that fees collected to support the bonds be put in a special fiind in order to protect the information given to the public prior to the bond election when the people were told water rates would not be raised to support the bonds. Smith said a meeting will be held today on the bonds and then on February 20 authority for distribution of the document will be sought fVom the city council. Ml YoM| Fairily DedsioR SM Modi 14 Judge Marley Robinson of Moapa Valley will tell her decision on charges against the Jack Young family in municipal court on Wed., March 14 at 6:30 p.m. Following a trial held last year, the Judge decided to take time to make a determination on the charges. The Youngs were charged with.disorderly conduct, interference with an officer, and resisting a public officer, in an incident which started when Police Lt. Robert Matheny came to deliver a death notice to the family, in Aug. of 1978. Matheny went to the Young residence, according to police, to deliver a death notification from another state that a son had been killed. The ofDcer told the youth's brother, and when parents learned of the message and the way it was delivered the disturbance resulted. Matheny has since been fired by City Manager Bob Campbell and is now going through appeals with the city civil service board trying to get reinstated. The next civil service board hearing on Matheny is scheduled for Feb. 21at4p.m. Aimexotioii PetltioM for 200 Acres Prosontod to CHy Covncil Mon. Two petitions for annexation of 200 acres of land to Henderson were presented to the city council Monday night and the petitions will be set for future public hearings. One application for annexation was submitted by Kenneth R. and Melinda Riley for 80 acres for property in Section 12. The other petition was for 120 acres in Section 13 fbr D.E. Farmer, president of Equity Corp. The applications will also go to the city planning commission for discussion. In other actions the council agreed to negotiate with the Clark County School District for joint development of Fay Galloway Elementary School Park, and authorized a call for bids for an automatic chlorination system for the Lorin L Williams Swimming Pool. KLICEIVED FEB 2 6 1979 RESORT COMPLEX ANNOUNCED A 250 room hotel complete with convention facilities forms the core of a resort complex planned for construction in Hemenway Valley. A model of the facility is shown above. Ville Drive is to the right in picture; Nevada Highway is at bottom. The plans call for development in three phases on the 20 acre plot. XXTiSi'S IXSUSTKIil CXITII MBiEMWS THI COMMUNITY'S NEWSPAPER PIUS WEEKLY SHOPPERS DISPUYING MERCHANTS' MESSAGES TO MOST OF THE HOMES IN THE HENDERSON-BOUlDER CITY AREA HENDERSON. NEVADA PHOVE 54-l88)-.*n Dcparlments PRICEIS CENTS Our 31st Ytar 15th Edition Tuesday, February 20,1979 Cit/s Budget Totals m MiiBon New Center Open foiF Immunizations The Clark County Health Department has announced that the well-child immunization clinics and well-child physical examinations which have been held at St. Timoth's Church and at Al Landsman Gardens for the past five years have been discontinued at those locations. As of this week, the immunizations for children up to age 21 will be given at their new Public Health Center located in the Henderson Civic Center next to the museum on Wednesdays from 8 am. to 12 noon. The well-child physical examinations will be conducted at the new center also, and these are for children between the ages of 1 to 4 to check on their growth of development. These are given by appointment made in advance by calling the Clark County Health Dept. at 385-1292. "We don't anticipate adding any more services at the pres* ent time," said a spokeswoman for the Health Dept. "nor do we anticipate the center being open more than two days a week after we cet our first scheduling completed." "But we are very thrilled and pleased to be in our own 'home'. "We also want to thank the people at St. Timothy's Church and Al Landsman Gardens for the use "of those two buildings for our clinics over the past years." Further announcements will be forthcoming as to future hours of the new Public Health Center. Describing Henderson's $6,157,706 general fund budget as "bleak." stating that the demands of growth are ahead of money. City the first look-see of the new budget to the city council Friday afternoon. Campbell said tax revolt legislation could deal a hard blow to this community, and, he said the "hold the line" budget will not allow for capital improvements and new employees. Department requests were for 28 added employees. "We know they are needed and 15 are critical," Campbell said. He said the city will lose from 12-15 GET A employees that cannot be replace^. The proposed budget is $687,000 over the present fiscal budget, and Campbell said the areas that will be hurt the most are the animal shelter and he said payment of electricity by the city for new street lights will be an item to consider. Councilman Carlton Lawrence said he felt it was time the city hired a purchasing agent since the city is spending $10-$12 million. could pay for himself. Councilwoman Lorna Kesterson asked if there is any legislation pending in Carson City to aid the cities and Campbell said "no. but there are 58 bills which could wipe us out." Mayor Lorin Williams retorted that he had been going to budget meetings for 20 years and had never heard anything good at them yet but the city ahvays seems to come out alright. Some of the major expenditures in the general fund budget include $524,098 for engineefing; $539,346 • • wMnmciMMfteiMRi^. Moo.ooo for anticipated wage settlements that would comply with the President's administration policy governing wage increases. The budget was presented by Jerry Webster, director of finance by the city, and the meeting was attended by all of the department heads. CampbeJIsaid a^half million dollars was trimmed from the budget requests of the department heads. GARBAGE INCREASE SET Final approval of the 25 cent a month increase in garbage collection fees will be on the city council agenda tonight at the regular meeting at 7 p.m. The rate increase was requested by Black Mountain Disposal Company to keep up with inflation. In other discussions the council will take up the matter of downtown parking problems and reSS GARBAGE Cont p 2 SOCIAL SECURITY OPEN Yvonne Skinner, left, of the Social Security office, will be in Henderson at the RSVP headquarters in the civic center each Wed' all day. This is a new service for Henderson. At center is Mabel Heenan and at right is Harry Young. mmmmmemmfitmm BASIC WINS STATE WRESTUNG! (SE SPORTS PAGE 31