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1979-03-20 - Henderson Home News

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1979-03-20 - Henderson Home News
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Zenoff, Morry ( Columnist )
Stafford, Mary ( Columnist )
Jefferson, Andy ( Columnist )
Raymond, Flo ( Columnist )
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City and town life -- Nevada -- Henderson
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History -- Henderson (Nev.) -- 20th century
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I believe wo'tl set the billions in help we'll give the Mideast partially Spent in making Egypt and IsrcMl one gigantic defense area nuUtorily that Russia will have to respect. I believe we'll have all our best hardware there OS well OS trainirig installatient, probably manned boses at well OS U.S. backed Egypt and Israeli bases who'll work together defending the Western world in case of Russian iiivosion. So—white I'd rather see our billions save New York, Cleveland o^ not be spent, and thus CTt our taxes ortd high cost of living, we must understand there may be this ulterior motive our defense and intelligence exports odvised for itatienol security. I sow no one hurting in Israel or in Egypt. The hepiiyfdcosand big woves and cheerful greetings to Ametltene *ee everywhere thewn le ua • fbam the long lines thef .tttffnerf evt in Alexandria end Celre end the lesser crowds but yet seeysretlve groups in IsI. The only thing we have to od' just to in order to make this peoce poet work is to ignore the daily breakouts, terror raids, hetheoded responses that will come OS two former enemies try to meld. We tew the transition in our own covntry when the blacks were gi^ven educotional freedom in tfte setifh and where busing was brought in everywhere. It took time and new the integration is wetklng. Same with Israel and EgyptJn twenty yeors it'll all be a memory as intermixing will bring onHched lives and conditions. Our foreign aid should go no further than to help those without rnochines and know-how to get same. Developing countries will all make it. There is no need for charity drives, big loans for anything other tfton the abovementioned. The world hot grown up and just ohout all peoples ore taking care of themselves. Found Guilty Jackson Scott Young and his wife, Eileen, were found guilty of tnterferring with a police oflcer in an altercation last year with former Henderson Police Lieutenant Bob Matheny, by-Moapa Justice of the Peace Marley Robinson. Mrs. Robinson announced her decrsion in Henderson municipal court last week after a poatponement of several week^^he Young family now lives mDrange Cove, Ca" Defense Attorney Howard Jones said the guilty convictions would be appealed to district court. Mrs. Young was also found enderson resi. L. Currier, Sr. d his intention ivi .... e City Council, Ward 4. in the upcoming municipal election. Currier, who has lived in Henderson 29 years, stated that he will strive for financial stability in Henderson and will be especially concerned with seeing that the city gets what it pays for. He also stressed the need fo more police protection, and the need for better recreational facilities and activities for the young people Ray Currier of Henderson. Currier has served the City of Hendersn as a member and past president of the Citizens Advisory Traffic Board for the past 5 years. He is currently treasurer of the Stauffer Credit Union, and is a supervisor at Stauffer's Montrose division in the traffic department. He has been employed there since 1950. Currier and his wife. Glee Ann, have raised three boys and two girls in Henderson, and they now have six grandchildren. y Horbor Nomed Five potential sites have been selected to be considered for use as a general aviation airport by Clark County officials to relieve McCarran airport, according to John Solomon, manager of McCarran airport. One of the sites is Henderson's Sky Harbor Airport, and the others are North Las Vegas air terminal, Jean, the Eldorado Valley and Dry Lake, (northeast of Nellis Air Force Base. These five were being considered as possible locations. \ccording to Solomon, Sky Harbor Airport and the North Las Vecas nir terminal rank highest on th^ lisUf potential .sues becii Jse they have existine nirport facilties and they are already tied to the highway systems. Solomon said possibly three or four of the proposed sites could be chosen tor relief facilties in a "system of airports", designed to accommo date 1.2 million takeoffs and landings. WITH WEiKLY SHOFPIRS WHICH INCLUDE MERCHANTS' MESSAGES THAT SERVE ALL 10,000 HOMES IN THE HENDERSON-BOULDER CITY AREA. Our 3lit Year • 23rd Edition HENDERSON. NEVADA PHOVE 564-1881 -All Departments PRICE 15 CENTS Tuesday, March 20, 1979 VA Clinic Plans Move to New Facility Fabulous 'Up With People' To Perform Here Their casts have performed from Peking, China to Belfast, Ireland; before millions at Superbowl X, Carnegie Hall, and now in Henderson, Nevada. OnApril 11th and 12th an international cast of Up with People will perform live in concert in the Civic Center Auditorium at 800 p.m., sponsored by the Henderson Parks and Recreation Department as a community in volv^ment project. The Up With People show is an entertaining blend of music and dancing which includes a broad range of contemporary and traditional materials backed by a complete instrumental section of guitars, percussion, piano and brass. Known for the youthful enthusiasm they employ to promote understanding among people, the college • aged performers are here on part of a te'n month tour which will take them to some 107 cities in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, South America and Europe. "Up With People's'family 3ntertainment is truly an event for everyone of any age," explained one reviewer. Casts of Up With People have performed in all 50 Performers from Up With People during a featured dance number states and in 42 countries on six continents as well as on national television across the world. Their global tours include a recent visit to the People's Republic of China where a group of Up With People representing nine nations spent three weeks visiting six cities Their performances were both formal and informal in schools, factories, and communes. Approximately 425 young menand women from 18countries are-currently traveling with 5 casts of Up With People. They represent a cross section of economic backgrounds and ethnic origins. The acceptance of applicants is based on personal interviews conducted throughout the year. .Approximately 700 people apply monthly and one in 17 finally participates. The performers do their own stage work, promotion. day • to day logistics, and may work for college credits, through a program of-independent study projects. An essential part of their education IS living with families in the communities they visit. During its 12 year history. 4.800 young men and women have stayed in approximately 41,000 host homes, each traveling some 32.000 miles in an average tour. The Veterans .Administration Clinic presently located in Rose de Lima Hospital in Henderson is scheduled to move to a new buildinfi at 1703 W. Charleston in Las Vegas within a year. The ne\v, 40,000-square-root clinic. j.ust west of the. Las Vegas central business district.. will 'provide outpatient >orvices and administrative offices, according to Senator Howard Cannon, who was instrumental in arranging the move. "TJiis new facility will not only comfortably serve 35.000 40.000 veteraaft.yMMMMLHU free up badly needed space at Rose de Lima Hospital so it can expand its patient service capabilities and admini.strativc offices." said Senator Cannon Located on two and a half acres of land, the new, two story, concrete. and glass clinic will house a pharmacy, radiology labs, dentist offices, mental health care center, and prosthetics Mark Fine, managing part.ner of V.\ Clinic .\s.sociates, developers of the building, said a 10-year lease has been signed with the V.\. Ground for the facility was broken this week, with completion scheduled for early December. 1979 V A dnic See p. 2 Old Vegas to reopen in April as Westworld By Mary Stafford "More adventure for all ages,' will be taking place at Old Vegas when they re-open next month with a new name • Westworld. The newly built family park has been closed temporarily for alterations, explained Mark Kempner, marketing manager of the park. At a board of directors m., Mng early last week in Tucson, LOs Angeles television producer Burt Sugarman and Mexican industrialist Gabriel Alarcon, Jr., of Mexico City, nnalized a purchase of 1,068,900 shares of common stock and 500,000 warrants of the Old Tucson Corporation for $2,500,000. The board met March 12 to ; approve certain policy changes and to appoint a new board with Sugarman as chairman of the board and .' • I'lVitHiiil'rf IV iisiiirt I City Officials Seek Freeway and Community College Help Robert SheJton who remains as president. Alarcon, David Gotterer of New York City and Jerry Blackwell of Texas were named as the other board ; members. The new board immediately announced the temporary closing which resulted in about 100 employees being laid off. However Kempner said the former employees would be interviewed within the next! few weeks and probably rehired. Westworld will be a blend of the new and old, explained Kempner. "While Bob Shelton wanted it along the lines of Knott's Berry Farm. Sugarman has more of a Disneyland type of park in mind so it is planned to be a blend WV^KSIIILZ A delegation of Henderson officials and Chamber of Commerce officials will fly to Carson City Wed. with a double edged purpose that of supporting the Governor's proposed budget for a Community College in Henderson, and to encourage state highway officials to purchase right ot'way for the proposed east leg of the Freeway through Hen derson. Leading the delegation will be Father Caesar Caviglia, president of the Henderson Chamber of Commerce, and Mayqr Lorin Wiliams. Others going will be Gary Johnson, director of the Henderson Chamber; Lou LaPorta. Glen Taylor. Councilman Phil Stout. Jack Parvin. Pat Cassidy. representing the East Las Vegas town board, and some members from the Boulder City Chaml>er of romTt\prre. The delegation will meet with the State Highway board at 9 a.m. on Wed to try to demonstrate the need for acquisition of land for right • of • way for the proposed freeway before troublesome spots of development occur. The design hearings are expected to take plate in April but the construction is not expected to be completed until 1992 to 1995. A bill now before the senate would provide for bonding for the state to purchase the rights of way pending the highway projects The bill provides for the pledging of federal hichway grants payable on the bonds. The group will meet with the local legislafive delega tlon at 4 p m to express the need for.i Community College in Henderson, seekingsuoDori for Governor List's proposal Beverly Wigglesworth Acting City Auditor Beverly Wigglesworth has been named acting fiance director • city auditor, to replace Jerry Webster who res igned suddenly last week, according to City Manager Bob Campbell. Campbell said that the city is at a very critical time, particularly in cetting A final budget document approved bythc city council and the state department of taxation

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• I' I y Page 2 OU V^K cont from p, 1 of the two with the authenticity of the old." Kempner said they have also found their eating facilities are not adequate so the kitchen will be undergoing remodeling to accommodate faster food service. There will also be more children attractions such as an arcade, railroad train, amusement rides and game booths. "Eight major rides and four children's rides are planned to be open byJune 30 along with game booths, shaded outdoor dining area with fast food concessions and a welcome center." Kempner said they also plan more entertainment for the weekends. "We plan to re-do the histor\' slide presentation to make it more exciting and we are looking at the possibilities of acquiring a film library with such classics as Laurel and Hardy." Another possibility is the showing of some nine hours of home movies of Elvis Presley which belong to Priscilla Presley, movies never before seen by the public which would show the real Elvis. By summer, a complete county fair is expected to be ready with one price paying for everything. Also planned for the future is a rodeo ground with an enclosed roof, "an equestrian park setup." Kempner explained that Sugarman is board chairman of B.S. Productions a television production firm which has produced numerous programs including the Richard Pryor Show, Celebrity Sweepstakes and the Tony Orlando Show "He plans to not only be chairman of the board of Westworld, but a working chairman and will be right here overseeing everything that goes on. "He has also hired Walt Carter, a former Henderson resi, dent who has been running the Busch Gardens in California, as general manager." Last Wednesday Sugarman and Johnny Mitchell, a prinicpal shareholder of Old Tucson, were in Carson City applying for a new gaming license which will be listed in the name of the new board members. The park has 92 slot machines which had been operating until the closure ot the park last Tuesday. Under Nevada law, gaming must cease when a new corporate structure is established and cannot be started again until new officers are cleared by the Nevada Gaming Commission • CltyO.K.'s Woter Line Boulder City The City Council this week approved "in concept" the request to allow Bob V^erchota • of the Railroad Pass Casino to run a water line from the end of the city system to his establishment. The city has been selling water to Verchota for some ^•|e 2 HtndtTMn Hm N*wi, Htn^rMn, Ntvooo TuMdoy, Mrch JO/M nRI PRWfNTtON — Chitf Bob llanktrrahip rtctntly viiitcd Burkheldcr Jr. Hi^h School with hit prosontation en FIrt Prtvontion t Sofoty. Shown from loft to right aro Chief Blonkenthip, Tino Blank* enthip, Allison Adomt, Joonnie Benoit, Boverly Horbauer and Daryl Uttlofield. Youngs Cont from p.1 guilty of resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.' Her husband was found innocent of those charges. Similar charges against Darrell Lashinski, the couple's juvenile son, are still being investigated by the District Attorney's office. The Youngs were ordered to pay $50 for each of the guilty counts with the exception of one conviction for interferring with a police officer. On that charge. Mrs Young was credited with having served tim-e in the Henderson jail. The family was arrested last Aug. 27 after a dispute which began when Matheny came to Reclamation Nominates Hinds Commissioner of Reclamation R: Keith Higginson announced today that Eugene Hinds has been nominated to succeed Manuel Lopez, Jr., as Regional Director of the Bureau's Lower Colorado Region headquartered in Boul< der City, Nevada. For the past year. Hinds has the. Young home to deliveji.a sefved~as Assistant Regional death notice of another son and told young Lashinski rather than the parents. The policy in the police department has now been changed Matheny has since been fired from the police department and is in the process of appeal. • i VA drk Com. from p. 1 VA Clinic Associates is composed of Mark Fine, Oscar Goodman. Richard O'Shins. Jay Brown and Michael Singer. "We're pleased to have this building destined to serve such an important function." said Fine.' "We knew the VA clinic was cramped for space in Its present location, and this new building will give it an attractive new home." General contractor for the building is Tiberti Construction Co. time Up to now. it has been transported to the restaurant-casino by truck. Verchota will bear the full expense of installing the two inch line from the end of the city system on Industrial Road. The permit would be fully revocable. Councilman John McEwan questioned as to whether the city could legally seU water to outside customers'. Public Works Director John Names replied that this question had been raised befoje, particularly in connection with the selling of water to Goldstrike. H ENDERSON tn*ui iiTin*. :ii-u Ae Jaitfrnimn Miw i pipir hmkikm\.\n] PubhshH every Tueulay Jnd Thurlav mnming il 22 Wiler Street Henderson. Nevada NOIS. Phone M4 1881 MORRY ZEVOFF Wllor t PuDliibtr Lnrna Kr^terwir Manaf ini: Cditnr A Oneral Manager Marv SlalTori Eiiiorial Happy Preble Adveriisinii Manager RoaLee Slurki Rnnkhrfper |i Atsiuant General Manager Kit William Cirrulalion C*terci nlTire in Henderkon Vnada a" ^eeondriats matter on June 1 IHI SIBsraiFTION HATM miLSliSCRIPTinNS I. irf. • n jKfT. ,. All Photos taken by the Hen derson Home News stiff for [t-e or pokkibic uie in thik itf*^ f iiper are the lole propTt> of he Henderinn Home News The Henderjon Home News aiaumes no rihannal respond hilitjf for error? in advertise mentt Wr will reprint without charge or cancel the rharge for thai portion of the advcriix mem which i* in error if the Mom* Sevi is at fault Director. Lower Missouri Region. Denver, Colorado. "Gene Hinds' exceptio.nal ability and knowledge of all phases of the Reclamation program give me the utmost confidence that the Lower Colorado Region wjM continue to be in good hands," Commissioner Higginson said in announcing the nomination. Hinds will have completed the circle in returning to Boulder City having served the Bureau there earlier in hiscareer. His23years-plusof Federal service began in 1956 when he joined the Bureau of Indian Affairs in Tuba City. .Vrizona as a Soil Conservationist. In 1961, he moved to the Bureau of Reclamation assuming the position of Agricultural Economist in Phoenix. Arizona. Three years later, in 1964, Hinds was elevated to Chief, Division of Economics and Land Resources and stationed at the Region's Southern California Development Office in San Bernardino In 1966, he was transferred to the Region's headquarters in Boulder City, Nevada, to become Chief, Economics and Repayment Branch. In 1975, his experience broadened with the assignment as Assistant Chief, Division of Water and Land, Office of the Commissioner, Washington, D.C. Within 15 months he was named Director, Operation and Maintenance Policy Staff, Office of the Commissioner. In June 1978, he was moved to the Lower Missouri Regipn as Assistant Regional Director in Denver. Hinds, a native of Beaver County. Oklahoma, graduated from New Mexico State University. Las Cruces, New Mexico in 1951 with a degree in •Agronomy. He and his wife, the former Ann McGee of El Dorado, Arkansas, have three daughters: Mrs. Carrie Myers living in Tacoma, Washington; Cheryl Hinds in Springfield. Virginia; and Christi Hinds in Denver. Kiithner, Moree and Co. Bids Low ^or City's Water Bonds A Denver firm, Kirehner, Moore and Co., was awarded the bids Thursday by the city council for the $1,520,000 water bonds, with a net effective interest rate of 6.314 per cent. Three bids were opened by the City. Other bidders were John Nuveen and Boettcher an.d Co. Hal Smith, vice president of the city's financial advisers. Burrows, Smith and Co., said' the city should take great pride in the favorable recognition by the rating agencies, receiving three bids, all of which were below the 20 bond index, and the unusual offer by MBIA to insure the bonds. Both City Manaeer Bob Airport Exponsion o Must Soys Monoger McCarran Internatinal Airport will reach its capacity by 1983 and if present facilities aren't expanded, we could face serious safety problems, airport Manager John Solomon told Chamber of Commerce members ad guests at their monthly luncheon meeting last Thursday. Solomon explained that recent airline regulation reforms by th Civil Aeronautics Board has multiplied air service to Las Vegas from seven to 14 airlines in just one year andthatcouldjumptol6to20in a few months. "Single direct service to our city has greatly stimulated visitor interest, so now" we have some real challenges He explained that 89 pertent of the passengers are tourists and 85 percent of con^ ventin attendees come by air. the county commissioners have chosen a central terminal expansion concept to handle the projected inceease in air traffic which calls for ticket counters, baggag* areas, a food and beverage concessions, shops, services andparking facilities to be located in one central building. Solomon explained that parking would be on three levels on top of the main structure. Also an additional runway of lO.OOO feet is planned north of Sunset Road. This would be constructed to handle extra flight service through the year 2000. "McCarran International ranks 17th in the country in the number of nights it handles and ranks first in the world on a per capita basis." the manager said. "McCarran means big business. It is the lifeline of Las Vegas. Apartments For Valley View Area Set for Public Hearing A publicheariflgto place R4 apartments near the Valley View area will be held Wed., March 21 at the city planning commission meeting at .8 p.m. in the civic center planning chambers. The request is from Paul Davis, Yoran and Myan Investment Co.. 524 Federal Ave.. Henderson, for a zone change from R -1 to R 4 for a portion of section 17, bounded by Major Avenue. Burkholder, Cabrillo and Coronado. across from Landsman Gargens in the Valley View neighborhood. The planners will also discuss a request from Harry C. Hall for review of a reversionary map reverting lots back into one complete parcel consisting of 60 acres located in the southwest quarter of section 28 off Mission Hills Drive and Arrowhead trail "for MarIan Walker, Bruce Little and Wayne Sillitoe in Black Mountain. Also on the agenda is a tentative map for WBC Consultants, Inc. for review of tentative map of Summerfield Unit 1 consisting of 384 lots on 196 acres in the Pittman neighborhood for U.S. Homes. .\ tentative map will also be submitted by Ben Sweet for 48 units on 4.2 acres located off Palo Verde and Drake Streets for Bivins Construction Co. in the Valley View neighbor^ hood. A final map will also be presented. There will also be an architectural review for William P. Counts, for review of a new facade and signs for the shopping center located at 842 852 E. Lake Mead Drive. There will also be a request from Monte F. Sager, 63 E. Basic Road, for architectural review of elevation and plot plan for Sager Printing and Office Supplies at 63 E. Basic road in the Townsite neighborhood. Architectural review will also be sought for Robert McMackin, 3006 LaMesa, for architectural Review of Sunset Service Center at 745 Sunset Road in the Pittman neighborhood. Citizens Fund City Attorney to Conference r Boulder City City Attorney Monte Morris is attending a meeting in Williamsburg, Virginia, this week ... thanks to the generosity of a group of citizens who collected the $1,000 the trip was estimated to cost. The citizens action followed a rather hot council debate on Morris' request for city funding to attend the conference whicK is to include legal discussions on growth control ordinances as passed by other cities in the country. Morris ran into council opposition, especially from councilmen John McEwan and Bob Ferraro. As the debate grew more heated. Morris suddenly shut it off by strongly announcing. "Then I won't go. I withdraw my request." An unidentified group of citizens, upon learning of the council's failure to approve the trip, quickly obtained the necessary money ... reportedly in less than two hours. It was presented to Morris, who after deliberation, accepted it with thanks. r Campbell a-nd Smith wei elated over the bidtrSmit, said the city's bids were beloij those of the Clark Clai County Regional Streets ani Highways, and he-4aid speaks well of bothihe cil administration and the coui cil that the bids were as good] as they were. Supervisors Refused Official Recognitfon by City Council Boulder City By a 3-2 vote, the City Coun^ cil this week refused to recognize the Boulder City Supervisory Employees Association as the exclusive bargaining agent for that group. Councilmen Bob Fefrato. Ken Andree and John McEwan voted in the majority; Councilman Dick Danielson and Mayor Heber Tobler cast the tvvo "yes" votes. Seven of the possible nine eligible supervisors belong to the newly formed group. The Association sought official status several weeks ago but the request was tabled at their request pending salary action by the council. This week, the request was again requested. Andree was the first to speak his concern. "Why do these people feel they need to be recognised as a separate bargaining group?" he asked. Association President Rick Robles answered. He said the main reason was for futur^ negotiations. He added that under state law. the supervisors were forbidden to join the other employee groups, Councilman Ferraro also expressed concern. "I'm not against giving recognition." he said, "but we've spent hours on the salary and range structures for employees. I 'bought we'd done our best. Is there still dissatisfaction?" He added that there apjiears to be more than meets the eye in the request... and that he'd like further discussion. Robles requested the item be scheduled for a work session. The council agreed to call such a session for next Tuesday. Propotad "Marriaga" May B Boon For Sanior Otium .Many of Amrrica't itn (and Ihcreforr for erfi of ul than they could koparal^V In addition, IhiK merirr, becauar it will bimore pfricicnl, could make n>inf[ rmtrr for pvarybedy and could rnrar afr new muiek to fornitn countries that will bnnf m even more money. Hondtn^ HMM NW, HMdtnwi, Ntvada EEB t.HJ. ] :UHV.7. 1 r^ j n ^093 m!sm*=^asmm^ Tutsdoy, March 20, 1979 by Andy JoffAften MeColl, Martin, Danny McCall, moving the ball around well, held Boulder's Eagles to only four hits in six innings before Loyd Martin came on to take Boulder down in the finale • a two shot homer by first baseman John Perry in the bottom of the sixth being enough to power Basic over the Eagles as McCall and Martin combined for the shutout, Martin recording the save. It was especially timely for Basic after dropping their opener to Valley on Wednesday when the Vikings squeezed out two runs in the seventh to edge the Wolves 10-9. and then on Friday unable to get the bat on the ball went down 6-1 as the Wildcats tagged Basic for four in the third, the only big inning for either team as Jamie Stainer fanned ten Wolves and Martin and Mclemore in tandem on the mound allowed only one more on either side of this big inning for Vegas, Opposite Boulder idcCall put down four in a pitching duel. Don Boone the Eagle starter putting away ten batters on strikes and nothing substantial happening until the sixth when Perry's key hit decided the issue, several pickoffs, double plays on both sides and men stranded on the bases on strikeouts keeping down scoring to this point. Perry, who had key hits in the Valley game, a two bagger and homer, used quick hands on the bat to connect for the score over left center which batted in himself and Dee Ulibarri the Wolves leadoff batter in the sixth who walked and then advanced on a passed ball before Perry's shot scored him from second. Aeriols Perform Members of the Henderson Aerials Class II squad, Clas.* II modifieds, and Class Ill's all aided in displaying an exciting gymnastics extravaganza to the city of Henderson on Friday evening last • in an exhibition to raise funds for sending the team's Class II competitors to a season closing meet this coming weekend in Denver opposite the Denver School of Gymnastics. The large crowd was suitably entertained and amazed by excellent musical tumbling routines from all three groups of team members as well as by both compulsory and optional routines performed on the uneven parallel bars, vaulting horse, balance beain, and in floor exercise. The Aerials were also joined on the program by the Henderson Parks and Recreation petite tumblers, the Jets, who all presented a very nice joint tumbling routine. The Class Us were absent two of their members for the exhibition as Traci Mahan and Theresa Ramsey who were both away this weekend representing Our patients, Jo & Tom Ison say it fa us: T. It s like one big iamily." At Dsrt Springs Hospital, we work to see to it that our patients are treated with the same' personal attention they wot^d receive at home. It's refiacled daily m our staff. I knd Iti our parent comparty's 'philosophy — the Charter Medical Corporation way — that's used m our 13 hospitals throughoiit America From the volunteers and therapists, to our nurses and physicians It's the Desert Springs personal touch that says, ""We care." Our general medical and surgical fac.illtieis Include: • 24hour Emergency Suite with doctor on duty, • Coronary and Intensive Care facilities, • Extensive Diagnostic X Ray Department for in-patients and outpatients, • • Operating rooms fully equipped to perform a full range of procedures, including open heart and neurosurgery, • Respiratory therapy, • Pttysicai therapy, • And more. The Desert Springs difference Why more Southern Nevadans point to us withcoflfidenct Desert Springs Hospital 2075E Flamingo Road (702)733-8800 and Perry's Homer Stop Boulder 1979 Basic Varsity Baseball (back) Asst. Coach Tom Denardin, Mike Ashe, Dave Rider, Tom Garvin, Leo Hernandez, Bubba McLemore, Rick Roundy, John Perry, Danny McCall. Billy Kephart, Jim Kesterson, Craig Mommer. Greg Gammon. (Front) Mark Gutierrez, Perry Smith, Danny Lucero. B.J. Faulkner. Bud Goldsby, Lloyd Martin, Dee Ulibarri, Head Coach Gary Chaires. the Aerials in" the regional meet this year in San Diego. • They, however, will be part of the contingent which goes to Denver along with Robbin Yancey,,Sharie Robinson. Tina Frank, Vanessa Thomas, Rhonda Richter. and Shelly Dardwell the rest of the Class II Aerials. The team was able thru the exhibition to BLACK"SSPs^yx MOUNTAIN -^>^ PLUMBING i<''*' • SEWEB & DRAIN LINES CLEANED • / FAUCETS • GARBAGE DISPOSALS • / NEW FIXTURES INSTALLED ,' ^. COMMMCTAl ttSieiNTIAl y raise a sufficient amount to transport themselves to Denver, and their president Delores Carey on behalf of the Aerials extends a "thank you" to all of Henderson for supporting them so nicely. The next local opportunity to see the girls will be at the upcoming Youth Fair tumbling finals to be held at the Convention Center. Good luck Aerial.s! Sandpipers In Southern California ^OBEflT TOOO^j The Southern Nevada Sandpipers took both a senior and junior contingent to Southern Californiathis past weekends the seniors to compete at a City of Commerce meet while the younger group swam in an age group competition at Redlands, The seniors were led by the sister combination of Pam and Kim .Mock who between the two of them captured firsts in ten events Kim with wins in the 50 meter freestyle. 100 freestyle. 100 and 200 backstroke, 200 individual medley, and the 100 meter butterfly while sister Pam captured top spot in the breast and butterfly .at both 50 and 100 ineters for her age group. By far the most e\cit ing race for the Sandpipers was the 1650 free which saw Ned Busch pushing ahead at the 1,000 meter mark to handle first place in a clocking of 17;37 which bested his piecioiis per son.iL record of 18 25 by forty eight seconds Geo Schrader and .Andrei Parker also had good times with a 19:13 for .Andrea and a 20:02 2 for Geo. Other girls competini^ for the Sandpipers at City of Commerce were Heather Caldwell, Lisa Perry, Debbid Goodman. Shannon Hamlin, Eva Tomayo, Tom Cerrone, Courtney Parochniak and Tina Werbicky while Tina's brother Bobby. Jim McCarthy, Nofman Ballard, and Mike Pettey rounded out the boy's contingent. Results from the age group meet in Redlands will appear in Thursday's paper. .Meanwhile the team will be competing in a "C" meet tommorrow evening at INLV as a war mupto Far Western regionals to be held the first weekend in .April. Notice of Electric Refund If you purchased electricity at any time from April 1,1977, through December 31, 1977, from California-Pacific Utilities Co. (now CP National) in Henderson, Nevada, you are eligible for a refund. This refund has been approved by the Nevada Public Service Commission. If you Kovt net olreody received your flctri< lefund Notice, pteoM aign and return the ottoched refund form by April 10, 1979, in order to qualify for your refund. Do not send in the attachod form if you've oi^dy recoivod and moiled your lloctric Refund Notice. Also, please contact former custonners you know who have moved from Henderson and who may qualify for a refund. We do not have current addresses for some of them. Have them write or call our Henderson office. CP National P.O. Box 2096 Henderson, NV 89015 (702)565^941 Officiols ond Umpires Needed If you have anv skills or with the Henderson Parks arc inicTcsicd in developand Recreation Departing sic ills as an official or mcnt at 565-8921 oxi. .14. umpire-along with the Please phone early, game opportunity to cam assignments are on a money; then get in contact limited basis. The first itawardtti was Miss Elltn Churdi, a ragitttrtd nun*, who welcomed 11 passengers aboard a flight from Oakland, Calif., to Cheyenne. Wyo. in 1930. HAS YOUR INSURANCi KI^T PACI WITH THE INCREASED VALUE Of YOUR HOME? Electric Refund Form Pleaso print Name Mailino address Th name and mailing address shown above are mine. I received service at • (fonner Henderson address) from California-Pacific Utilities Co. (now CP National) between April 1, 1977, and December 31,1977. • (Signatura) You must sifn ond return tKi< form by A(ril 10, 1979 te fwolify for yeur refund. Moil thi* form to: CP* Notionol, P.O. Un 209, Hendenen, NV •901S. •afw* •( yr K*** •kyJ>it..OM'lU (I ^r'i li w wu c a •• ••^•ir'l ftflMMWItl hr CMfltft coverifi, ctti tt ot Nttrciitr KAERCHER S IIXSLHAI^CE 72SSo.ltli084 2|13 t —i.

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• I' I y Page 2 OU V^K cont from p, 1 of the two with the authenticity of the old." Kempner said they have also found their eating facilities are not adequate so the kitchen will be undergoing remodeling to accommodate faster food service. There will also be more children attractions such as an arcade, railroad train, amusement rides and game booths. "Eight major rides and four children's rides are planned to be open byJune 30 along with game booths, shaded outdoor dining area with fast food concessions and a welcome center." Kempner said they also plan more entertainment for the weekends. "We plan to re-do the histor\' slide presentation to make it more exciting and we are looking at the possibilities of acquiring a film library with such classics as Laurel and Hardy." Another possibility is the showing of some nine hours of home movies of Elvis Presley which belong to Priscilla Presley, movies never before seen by the public which would show the real Elvis. By summer, a complete county fair is expected to be ready with one price paying for everything. Also planned for the future is a rodeo ground with an enclosed roof, "an equestrian park setup." Kempner explained that Sugarman is board chairman of B.S. Productions a television production firm which has produced numerous programs including the Richard Pryor Show, Celebrity Sweepstakes and the Tony Orlando Show "He plans to not only be chairman of the board of Westworld, but a working chairman and will be right here overseeing everything that goes on. "He has also hired Walt Carter, a former Henderson resi, dent who has been running the Busch Gardens in California, as general manager." Last Wednesday Sugarman and Johnny Mitchell, a prinicpal shareholder of Old Tucson, were in Carson City applying for a new gaming license which will be listed in the name of the new board members. The park has 92 slot machines which had been operating until the closure ot the park last Tuesday. Under Nevada law, gaming must cease when a new corporate structure is established and cannot be started again until new officers are cleared by the Nevada Gaming Commission • CltyO.K.'s Woter Line Boulder City The City Council this week approved "in concept" the request to allow Bob V^erchota • of the Railroad Pass Casino to run a water line from the end of the city system to his establishment. The city has been selling water to Verchota for some ^•|e 2 HtndtTMn Hm N*wi, Htn^rMn, Ntvooo TuMdoy, Mrch JO/M nRI PRWfNTtON — Chitf Bob llanktrrahip rtctntly viiitcd Burkheldcr Jr. Hi^h School with hit prosontation en FIrt Prtvontion t Sofoty. Shown from loft to right aro Chief Blonkenthip, Tino Blank* enthip, Allison Adomt, Joonnie Benoit, Boverly Horbauer and Daryl Uttlofield. Youngs Cont from p.1 guilty of resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.' Her husband was found innocent of those charges. Similar charges against Darrell Lashinski, the couple's juvenile son, are still being investigated by the District Attorney's office. The Youngs were ordered to pay $50 for each of the guilty counts with the exception of one conviction for interferring with a police officer. On that charge. Mrs Young was credited with having served tim-e in the Henderson jail. The family was arrested last Aug. 27 after a dispute which began when Matheny came to Reclamation Nominates Hinds Commissioner of Reclamation R: Keith Higginson announced today that Eugene Hinds has been nominated to succeed Manuel Lopez, Jr., as Regional Director of the Bureau's Lower Colorado Region headquartered in Boul< der City, Nevada. For the past year. Hinds has the. Young home to deliveji.a sefved~as Assistant Regional death notice of another son and told young Lashinski rather than the parents. The policy in the police department has now been changed Matheny has since been fired from the police department and is in the process of appeal. • i VA drk Com. from p. 1 VA Clinic Associates is composed of Mark Fine, Oscar Goodman. Richard O'Shins. Jay Brown and Michael Singer. "We're pleased to have this building destined to serve such an important function." said Fine.' "We knew the VA clinic was cramped for space in Its present location, and this new building will give it an attractive new home." General contractor for the building is Tiberti Construction Co. time Up to now. it has been transported to the restaurant-casino by truck. Verchota will bear the full expense of installing the two inch line from the end of the city system on Industrial Road. The permit would be fully revocable. Councilman John McEwan questioned as to whether the city could legally seU water to outside customers'. Public Works Director John Names replied that this question had been raised befoje, particularly in connection with the selling of water to Goldstrike. H ENDERSON tn*ui iiTin*. :ii-u Ae Jaitfrnimn Miw i pipir hmkikm\.\n] PubhshH every Tueulay Jnd Thurlav mnming il 22 Wiler Street Henderson. Nevada NOIS. Phone M4 1881 MORRY ZEVOFF Wllor t PuDliibtr Lnrna Kr^terwir Manaf ini: Cditnr A Oneral Manager Marv SlalTori Eiiiorial Happy Preble Adveriisinii Manager RoaLee Slurki Rnnkhrfper |i Atsiuant General Manager Kit William Cirrulalion C*terci nlTire in Henderkon Vnada a" ^eeondriats matter on June 1 IHI SIBsraiFTION HATM miLSliSCRIPTinNS I. irf. • n jKfT. ,. All Photos taken by the Hen derson Home News stiff for [t-e or pokkibic uie in thik itf*^ f iiper are the lole propTt> of he Henderinn Home News The Henderjon Home News aiaumes no rihannal respond hilitjf for error? in advertise mentt Wr will reprint without charge or cancel the rharge for thai portion of the advcriix mem which i* in error if the Mom* Sevi is at fault Director. Lower Missouri Region. Denver, Colorado. "Gene Hinds' exceptio.nal ability and knowledge of all phases of the Reclamation program give me the utmost confidence that the Lower Colorado Region wjM continue to be in good hands," Commissioner Higginson said in announcing the nomination. Hinds will have completed the circle in returning to Boulder City having served the Bureau there earlier in hiscareer. His23years-plusof Federal service began in 1956 when he joined the Bureau of Indian Affairs in Tuba City. .Vrizona as a Soil Conservationist. In 1961, he moved to the Bureau of Reclamation assuming the position of Agricultural Economist in Phoenix. Arizona. Three years later, in 1964, Hinds was elevated to Chief, Division of Economics and Land Resources and stationed at the Region's Southern California Development Office in San Bernardino In 1966, he was transferred to the Region's headquarters in Boulder City, Nevada, to become Chief, Economics and Repayment Branch. In 1975, his experience broadened with the assignment as Assistant Chief, Division of Water and Land, Office of the Commissioner, Washington, D.C. Within 15 months he was named Director, Operation and Maintenance Policy Staff, Office of the Commissioner. In June 1978, he was moved to the Lower Missouri Regipn as Assistant Regional Director in Denver. Hinds, a native of Beaver County. Oklahoma, graduated from New Mexico State University. Las Cruces, New Mexico in 1951 with a degree in •Agronomy. He and his wife, the former Ann McGee of El Dorado, Arkansas, have three daughters: Mrs. Carrie Myers living in Tacoma, Washington; Cheryl Hinds in Springfield. Virginia; and Christi Hinds in Denver. Kiithner, Moree and Co. Bids Low ^or City's Water Bonds A Denver firm, Kirehner, Moore and Co., was awarded the bids Thursday by the city council for the $1,520,000 water bonds, with a net effective interest rate of 6.314 per cent. Three bids were opened by the City. Other bidders were John Nuveen and Boettcher an.d Co. Hal Smith, vice president of the city's financial advisers. Burrows, Smith and Co., said' the city should take great pride in the favorable recognition by the rating agencies, receiving three bids, all of which were below the 20 bond index, and the unusual offer by MBIA to insure the bonds. Both City Manaeer Bob Airport Exponsion o Must Soys Monoger McCarran Internatinal Airport will reach its capacity by 1983 and if present facilities aren't expanded, we could face serious safety problems, airport Manager John Solomon told Chamber of Commerce members ad guests at their monthly luncheon meeting last Thursday. Solomon explained that recent airline regulation reforms by th Civil Aeronautics Board has multiplied air service to Las Vegas from seven to 14 airlines in just one year andthatcouldjumptol6to20in a few months. "Single direct service to our city has greatly stimulated visitor interest, so now" we have some real challenges He explained that 89 pertent of the passengers are tourists and 85 percent of con^ ventin attendees come by air. the county commissioners have chosen a central terminal expansion concept to handle the projected inceease in air traffic which calls for ticket counters, baggag* areas, a food and beverage concessions, shops, services andparking facilities to be located in one central building. Solomon explained that parking would be on three levels on top of the main structure. Also an additional runway of lO.OOO feet is planned north of Sunset Road. This would be constructed to handle extra flight service through the year 2000. "McCarran International ranks 17th in the country in the number of nights it handles and ranks first in the world on a per capita basis." the manager said. "McCarran means big business. It is the lifeline of Las Vegas. Apartments For Valley View Area Set for Public Hearing A publicheariflgto place R4 apartments near the Valley View area will be held Wed., March 21 at the city planning commission meeting at .8 p.m. in the civic center planning chambers. The request is from Paul Davis, Yoran and Myan Investment Co.. 524 Federal Ave.. Henderson, for a zone change from R -1 to R 4 for a portion of section 17, bounded by Major Avenue. Burkholder, Cabrillo and Coronado. across from Landsman Gargens in the Valley View neighborhood. The planners will also discuss a request from Harry C. Hall for review of a reversionary map reverting lots back into one complete parcel consisting of 60 acres located in the southwest quarter of section 28 off Mission Hills Drive and Arrowhead trail "for MarIan Walker, Bruce Little and Wayne Sillitoe in Black Mountain. Also on the agenda is a tentative map for WBC Consultants, Inc. for review of tentative map of Summerfield Unit 1 consisting of 384 lots on 196 acres in the Pittman neighborhood for U.S. Homes. .\ tentative map will also be submitted by Ben Sweet for 48 units on 4.2 acres located off Palo Verde and Drake Streets for Bivins Construction Co. in the Valley View neighbor^ hood. A final map will also be presented. There will also be an architectural review for William P. Counts, for review of a new facade and signs for the shopping center located at 842 852 E. Lake Mead Drive. There will also be a request from Monte F. Sager, 63 E. Basic Road, for architectural review of elevation and plot plan for Sager Printing and Office Supplies at 63 E. Basic road in the Townsite neighborhood. Architectural review will also be sought for Robert McMackin, 3006 LaMesa, for architectural Review of Sunset Service Center at 745 Sunset Road in the Pittman neighborhood. Citizens Fund City Attorney to Conference r Boulder City City Attorney Monte Morris is attending a meeting in Williamsburg, Virginia, this week ... thanks to the generosity of a group of citizens who collected the $1,000 the trip was estimated to cost. The citizens action followed a rather hot council debate on Morris' request for city funding to attend the conference whicK is to include legal discussions on growth control ordinances as passed by other cities in the country. Morris ran into council opposition, especially from councilmen John McEwan and Bob Ferraro. As the debate grew more heated. Morris suddenly shut it off by strongly announcing. "Then I won't go. I withdraw my request." An unidentified group of citizens, upon learning of the council's failure to approve the trip, quickly obtained the necessary money ... reportedly in less than two hours. It was presented to Morris, who after deliberation, accepted it with thanks. r Campbell a-nd Smith wei elated over the bidtrSmit, said the city's bids were beloij those of the Clark Clai County Regional Streets ani Highways, and he-4aid speaks well of bothihe cil administration and the coui cil that the bids were as good] as they were. Supervisors Refused Official Recognitfon by City Council Boulder City By a 3-2 vote, the City Coun^ cil this week refused to recognize the Boulder City Supervisory Employees Association as the exclusive bargaining agent for that group. Councilmen Bob Fefrato. Ken Andree and John McEwan voted in the majority; Councilman Dick Danielson and Mayor Heber Tobler cast the tvvo "yes" votes. Seven of the possible nine eligible supervisors belong to the newly formed group. The Association sought official status several weeks ago but the request was tabled at their request pending salary action by the council. This week, the request was again requested. Andree was the first to speak his concern. "Why do these people feel they need to be recognised as a separate bargaining group?" he asked. Association President Rick Robles answered. He said the main reason was for futur^ negotiations. He added that under state law. the supervisors were forbidden to join the other employee groups, Councilman Ferraro also expressed concern. "I'm not against giving recognition." he said, "but we've spent hours on the salary and range structures for employees. I 'bought we'd done our best. Is there still dissatisfaction?" He added that there apjiears to be more than meets the eye in the request... and that he'd like further discussion. Robles requested the item be scheduled for a work session. The council agreed to call such a session for next Tuesday. Propotad "Marriaga" May B Boon For Sanior Otium .Many of Amrrica't itn (and Ihcreforr for erfi of ul than they could koparal^V In addition, IhiK merirr, becauar it will bimore pfricicnl, could make n>inf[ rmtrr for pvarybedy and could rnrar afr new muiek to fornitn countries that will bnnf m even more money. Hondtn^ HMM NW, HMdtnwi, Ntvada EEB t.HJ. ] :UHV.7. 1 r^ j n ^093 m!sm*=^asmm^ Tutsdoy, March 20, 1979 by Andy JoffAften MeColl, Martin, Danny McCall, moving the ball around well, held Boulder's Eagles to only four hits in six innings before Loyd Martin came on to take Boulder down in the finale • a two shot homer by first baseman John Perry in the bottom of the sixth being enough to power Basic over the Eagles as McCall and Martin combined for the shutout, Martin recording the save. It was especially timely for Basic after dropping their opener to Valley on Wednesday when the Vikings squeezed out two runs in the seventh to edge the Wolves 10-9. and then on Friday unable to get the bat on the ball went down 6-1 as the Wildcats tagged Basic for four in the third, the only big inning for either team as Jamie Stainer fanned ten Wolves and Martin and Mclemore in tandem on the mound allowed only one more on either side of this big inning for Vegas, Opposite Boulder idcCall put down four in a pitching duel. Don Boone the Eagle starter putting away ten batters on strikes and nothing substantial happening until the sixth when Perry's key hit decided the issue, several pickoffs, double plays on both sides and men stranded on the bases on strikeouts keeping down scoring to this point. Perry, who had key hits in the Valley game, a two bagger and homer, used quick hands on the bat to connect for the score over left center which batted in himself and Dee Ulibarri the Wolves leadoff batter in the sixth who walked and then advanced on a passed ball before Perry's shot scored him from second. Aeriols Perform Members of the Henderson Aerials Class II squad, Clas.* II modifieds, and Class Ill's all aided in displaying an exciting gymnastics extravaganza to the city of Henderson on Friday evening last • in an exhibition to raise funds for sending the team's Class II competitors to a season closing meet this coming weekend in Denver opposite the Denver School of Gymnastics. The large crowd was suitably entertained and amazed by excellent musical tumbling routines from all three groups of team members as well as by both compulsory and optional routines performed on the uneven parallel bars, vaulting horse, balance beain, and in floor exercise. The Aerials were also joined on the program by the Henderson Parks and Recreation petite tumblers, the Jets, who all presented a very nice joint tumbling routine. The Class Us were absent two of their members for the exhibition as Traci Mahan and Theresa Ramsey who were both away this weekend representing Our patients, Jo & Tom Ison say it fa us: T. It s like one big iamily." At Dsrt Springs Hospital, we work to see to it that our patients are treated with the same' personal attention they wot^d receive at home. It's refiacled daily m our staff. I knd Iti our parent comparty's 'philosophy — the Charter Medical Corporation way — that's used m our 13 hospitals throughoiit America From the volunteers and therapists, to our nurses and physicians It's the Desert Springs personal touch that says, ""We care." Our general medical and surgical fac.illtieis Include: • 24hour Emergency Suite with doctor on duty, • Coronary and Intensive Care facilities, • Extensive Diagnostic X Ray Department for in-patients and outpatients, • • Operating rooms fully equipped to perform a full range of procedures, including open heart and neurosurgery, • Respiratory therapy, • Pttysicai therapy, • And more. The Desert Springs difference Why more Southern Nevadans point to us withcoflfidenct Desert Springs Hospital 2075E Flamingo Road (702)733-8800 and Perry's Homer Stop Boulder 1979 Basic Varsity Baseball (back) Asst. Coach Tom Denardin, Mike Ashe, Dave Rider, Tom Garvin, Leo Hernandez, Bubba McLemore, Rick Roundy, John Perry, Danny McCall. Billy Kephart, Jim Kesterson, Craig Mommer. Greg Gammon. (Front) Mark Gutierrez, Perry Smith, Danny Lucero. B.J. Faulkner. Bud Goldsby, Lloyd Martin, Dee Ulibarri, Head Coach Gary Chaires. the Aerials in" the regional meet this year in San Diego. • They, however, will be part of the contingent which goes to Denver along with Robbin Yancey,,Sharie Robinson. Tina Frank, Vanessa Thomas, Rhonda Richter. and Shelly Dardwell the rest of the Class II Aerials. The team was able thru the exhibition to BLACK"SSPs^yx MOUNTAIN -^>^ PLUMBING i<''*' • SEWEB & DRAIN LINES CLEANED • / FAUCETS • GARBAGE DISPOSALS • / NEW FIXTURES INSTALLED ,' ^. COMMMCTAl ttSieiNTIAl y raise a sufficient amount to transport themselves to Denver, and their president Delores Carey on behalf of the Aerials extends a "thank you" to all of Henderson for supporting them so nicely. The next local opportunity to see the girls will be at the upcoming Youth Fair tumbling finals to be held at the Convention Center. Good luck Aerial.s! Sandpipers In Southern California ^OBEflT TOOO^j The Southern Nevada Sandpipers took both a senior and junior contingent to Southern Californiathis past weekends the seniors to compete at a City of Commerce meet while the younger group swam in an age group competition at Redlands, The seniors were led by the sister combination of Pam and Kim .Mock who between the two of them captured firsts in ten events Kim with wins in the 50 meter freestyle. 100 freestyle. 100 and 200 backstroke, 200 individual medley, and the 100 meter butterfly while sister Pam captured top spot in the breast and butterfly .at both 50 and 100 ineters for her age group. By far the most e\cit ing race for the Sandpipers was the 1650 free which saw Ned Busch pushing ahead at the 1,000 meter mark to handle first place in a clocking of 17;37 which bested his piecioiis per son.iL record of 18 25 by forty eight seconds Geo Schrader and .Andrei Parker also had good times with a 19:13 for .Andrea and a 20:02 2 for Geo. Other girls competini^ for the Sandpipers at City of Commerce were Heather Caldwell, Lisa Perry, Debbid Goodman. Shannon Hamlin, Eva Tomayo, Tom Cerrone, Courtney Parochniak and Tina Werbicky while Tina's brother Bobby. Jim McCarthy, Nofman Ballard, and Mike Pettey rounded out the boy's contingent. Results from the age group meet in Redlands will appear in Thursday's paper. .Meanwhile the team will be competing in a "C" meet tommorrow evening at INLV as a war mupto Far Western regionals to be held the first weekend in .April. Notice of Electric Refund If you purchased electricity at any time from April 1,1977, through December 31, 1977, from California-Pacific Utilities Co. (now CP National) in Henderson, Nevada, you are eligible for a refund. This refund has been approved by the Nevada Public Service Commission. If you Kovt net olreody received your flctri< lefund Notice, pteoM aign and return the ottoched refund form by April 10, 1979, in order to qualify for your refund. Do not send in the attachod form if you've oi^dy recoivod and moiled your lloctric Refund Notice. Also, please contact former custonners you know who have moved from Henderson and who may qualify for a refund. We do not have current addresses for some of them. Have them write or call our Henderson office. CP National P.O. Box 2096 Henderson, NV 89015 (702)565^941 Officiols ond Umpires Needed If you have anv skills or with the Henderson Parks arc inicTcsicd in developand Recreation Departing sic ills as an official or mcnt at 565-8921 oxi. .14. umpire-along with the Please phone early, game opportunity to cam assignments are on a money; then get in contact limited basis. The first itawardtti was Miss Elltn Churdi, a ragitttrtd nun*, who welcomed 11 passengers aboard a flight from Oakland, Calif., to Cheyenne. Wyo. in 1930. HAS YOUR INSURANCi KI^T PACI WITH THE INCREASED VALUE Of YOUR HOME? Electric Refund Form Pleaso print Name Mailino address Th name and mailing address shown above are mine. I received service at • (fonner Henderson address) from California-Pacific Utilities Co. (now CP National) between April 1, 1977, and December 31,1977. • (Signatura) You must sifn ond return tKi< form by A(ril 10, 1979 te fwolify for yeur refund. Moil thi* form to: CP* Notionol, P.O. Un 209, Hendenen, NV •901S. •afw* •( yr K*** •kyJ>it..OM'lU (I ^r'i li w wu c a •• ••^•ir'l ftflMMWItl hr CMfltft coverifi, ctti tt ot Nttrciitr KAERCHER S IIXSLHAI^CE 72SSo.ltli084 2|13 t —i.

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Htndtraon Hemt Nwi, HiKirMn, Ntvoda Page 4 Tuwdoy, Morth 10. 1979 ^' Basic Outswims Yegos Outdistanced in Arizono Basic Golfers Slioot for Perfect Marl( Junior Varsity 2-1 In last Wednesday s intra • -city matchups Basic High handled the Vegas High swim team without much difficulty 95-65 running numerous of their second string and yet still dominating the contest. However, in a two day trip to Phoenix the Wolves found compeition a bit stiffer falling in a dual meet to Brophy Prep on Friday before competing in the Coronado Relays, a special format meet featuring only relay events where the Wolves placed Eighth in the twenty three team field. Tops opposite Vegas were R. Miller with a first in the 100 butterfly Jill Bower with a third in the same storke and distance, a second by Bryan Dowell in the 200 freestyle, third by Jean Phillips in the 2001.M., Brian Diarenzo placing third Burkholder Sports VThe '^guars doubled up in the win column last Thursday with victories in both volleyball and Softball over host Bridger, the girls winning easily in tow games 15-4 and 15-6 while the boys prevailed in a high scoring slugout 17-12 The girl's volleyball opener wascontrolled at the service line by Chris Wellendorff for Burkholder who scored eight service points, seven in one stretch, to along with spiking support from Michelle Wilson and Angie Wade at the net shut down the Falcons on a strong offensive game. In the second game Lisa Shinn and Kim Baughrman got into the scoring action for the Jafuars with four and •'three points respectively from the service line while \fichelle Wilson in addition to continued excellent net play came thru with four service points to help •down Bridger for the second time in a contest which showed superior teamwork by the girls in registering the match win. The boy's softbalt team in a hitting duel' with the Falcon-put together ten run^ in the closing two innings to polish off Bridqer's early load and take their game by a five point margin, in a matchup which saw Mark Cusimano stand the mound for Burkholder. pitchinc to Shaw •behind the plate who played an excellent defensive game The Jaguar's only big hit in the early goingwas a solo homer by Gene Cosse in the first inning • It was not until the middle innings that, the bats of Swartzenbcrg. Harliss. Loyd. and W^rber tjnf on track to produce the balance of Burkholder's fifteen bits Bridger collected Its share of runs, however, two key double plays started off by shortstop Richard Loyd shut down the Falcons. Both teams, so ftball and volleyball, now 3-T will host Boulder City this afternoon before going opposite Cashman in a road trip Thursday Larry Hague first for Basic in the 100 meter breaststroke at 50 meters freestyle, thirds by Stephen Oulette. Cathy Palor and LisflCaravellainthe500 free. 100 back, and 100 breast, and a first place finish by the Basic "A relay in the 400 free touching at .3:47.2. In the dual with Brophy Prep one of tnc best high school teams in the country which also placed first at the Coronado Relays the best individual showing for Basic came from Basic's Larry Hague who placed first in the 100 breast with a time of 1:06.2. Anequal placing came from the Wolves boys 400 free relay team which went 3:382 behind legs fromHague. Mark Hillstead, and Ronnie and Rennie Miller Ronnie also turned a good time of5 02 flat in the 500 free, three seconds off his previous best while Anna Walls and Stephen oulette trimmed down to times of 5:45 dropping six and seven secnds off their previous bests. At the Coronado Relays the best place for Basic came from their 200 butterfly team which took third third in 1:47.1 with Larry Hague, swimming Igs. The 500 meter crescendo relay took a fifth with the same squad .minus Mari Barlow with Mark Hillstead takingalecturninga4:32 flat The only other relay tram for Basic to finish in the top eight was 4001.M. relay of Mark Hillstead. Cindy Bowers, Roland Sparling, and^ John Rocha. which took a seventh in 4 20.2. The divine triplet of Tracey Ware, Robin Jclte. and Randy Bird finished eleventh for Basic. The team will'compete next tomorrow afternoon at 3'p.m. in an 'intra city meet at Basic's pool with the Wolves going opposite Valley High. With a twelve shut win 210-222 over previously unbeaten Bonanza last Thursday defending state AAA champion Basic is well on the way to putting together an undefeated season. In the match with Bonanza the Wolves' normal low shot Russ Sloan faltered in collecting a 44 over nine holes, however, Paul Jeffery came thru with a forty. Ed Thurow a forty one. Tom Smith a forty two, and Luke LaPorta a forty three to give the Wolves a consistent field in capturing the win. Mike Decker recorded the medalist score for the Bengals with a 3&but his closest support came from teammate Mitch Boudell who shot 44. Bonanza simply did not show the experienced depth which Basic possesses and which eventually according to Wolves' coach Dennis Smuskiewicz will see Basic breaking 200 as a team with its top three or four team members breaking forty consistently. With the team inproving into this sort of competitive shape there is little which should stand in the way of a perfect season for them except Western, the team which has been their major opposition in recent years. Although Basic has Valley in a match today at the Tropicana Country Club and for Thursday another not so tough one opposite Vo-Tech which is questionable even as regards fielding a team. Western a week from this Thursday against Basic should prove to be the toughest match for the boy's squad this season as they win need to better the Warriors on their field, which has proved difficult in past years. Boy's Tracic Scores Anotlier Second In a threewa" meet Friday with Chaparral and Gorman the host Wolves and the Cowboys dominated Gorman which collected only a single point on a fourth place finish and Chaparral got the best of Basic 103-61 as their greater numbers and depth in the distances and field events overpowered the Wolves.The Basic .squad fairly much owned the\speed events as Kelly and Turner went 1-3 in "both the 100 and 220 dashes with the winning times going in the books at 10,9 and23.5.Goldsby picked up the first the final speed race going fifty .five flat in the 440. After faking several hurdles down in the highs to get stuck for third Jeff Lomprey came back with a 45.7 for first place in the intermediate hurdles, and other track event points came from Bob Lamb who running in "'B "division ran a personal record for third in the mile. Richard Starner taking .second in the half mile.' Jeff Newton running "B" division had the second fastest quarter mile in the meet with a 56.2 while the relays ran fir.st inthe440with a45.4 clocking to remain undefeated and s'econd in the mile -relay In the 2 mile Todd Perez picked up a third for Basic. In field events where Basic has little depth Lenny Green who now holds the sthool record took a second in the long jump and a third in the high jump. Sandoval a 1 i EVERY THING MUST GO REGARDLESS OF PROFIT OR LOSS. Mm. t Fri, 10 to 9; Sat. 10-6; Sun. 11-S HI-WAY FURNITURE 1241 North Boulder Highway, Henderson third in the put, and Holloway a second in the discus. Coaches Larry Burgess and Kermit Bayless will lie running their team in meets this afternoon and on Friday both at Clark High School starting at 3 p.m. The junior varsity Wolves baseball team has opened their season with a 6-4 win over Valley and an 8-5 victory outlasting Boulder for wins on either side of a slow hitting 5-3 loss to Las Vegas' Wildcats. In their opener the Wolves picked up three runs in the first inning on a triple by Joey Montoya which scored Kenny Ashe and James Gutierrez, and then himself was scored on a single by Allan Carducci. The fourth inning was big for Valley as fielding errors cost Basic four runs which they had to bounce back fVom with 3 runs in the sixth set up on walks to Buckel and Kevin Sims advanced on a single by Tony Royal, then another two added when Shawn Rynerson knocked in Sims and Royal off the bases. Sims and Reid Wilke comt bined on the mound fa Basic. At Vegas the junioj Wolves scored onlj • three runs off one good hit in the game, a triply by James Gutierre| which scored Aljan Car^ ducci and .\nson Jones] who both got aboqrd on] bases on balls. Errors were conj tributory to the five runs given uplo Vegas and will havetobedealt with befroe the junior varsity go up against Chaparral on Wednesday and Western on Friday, the Cowboys at home and Western on the road. The varsity like the juniors will be looking for more hitting as they play the same schedule Wednesday and Friday but at opposite locations with all games scheduled for 3 p.m. In an ancient cujtom in Samarkand, whichevar warrior could hit a gold com with an arrow could be kitw for ot*a day. ii, tMt %tt%t tt t ^t%t%tX%%%lXtiXk ^tt % % t tiffany (Bleaners ''Beautiful CItaning" for the "Beautiful People" P^rsofializM Dry Cleaning •THE PERFECT SHIRT" Hand FInMMd f STARTS WED. For 1-FULL WEEK §83 East aahara CofiMfMrcM Cntor I m DINODtl>UR!NTnSpreMflts AMICHAaCRlCHTONFILM sKxraig SEAN DONALD CONNERY SUTHERLAND ond LESLEY-ANNE DDWN A JOHN FOAFMAN PRODUCTION Screenpkiy Dv MICHAf L CRICHTON Dosefl on his novel Muitc tty JERRY GOlDSMnH • Produced by JOHN FOREMAN OfeKUd t>y MICHAE L CRtCHTON • (omouj Films N V ProducWn PANAVBION'-TECHNKXXOR" • tw'-m..u.r^ tXi rigMro .oi llMtttfAftlttS • pQ SHOWnMES MBHnr SUN. THHJ TNURS. AT Un PJII SHIWS.EVBour life or that of a member of your family. If you wish to you can contribute at that time as well." "I hope that the citizens of Henderson will realize the importance their contributions in supporting research and service to the cancer patients. This past year the Clark County Unit of the American Cancer Society assisted many Henderson families by transporting them to and from treatment, loaning hospital beds, wheelchairs and other sick room supplies without cost to the patients. Special funds are available for direct financial assistance on the cost of drugs and chemotherapy and radiation treatments. I hope people will learn that the American Cancer Society docs a lot to assist ihc entire SBMNG NEVADA SIHCi 1906 YOUNG &RUE MOVING AND STORAGE CO. AGENTS FOR GLOBAL VAN UNES • LOCAL MOVES • STORAGE • OUT-OMTATE MOVES > CONTROLi£D MOVES INTO NEVADA WHEN IT'S YOUR MOVE ITS OURS TOO! CALL 457-3060 1624 MOJAVERD., LAS VEGAS • • .-M.7ui4rmiiiHPJ. 735*0186 MAGNIFICENT HOMES OVERLOOKING THE VEGAS VALLEY 13 64 BEDROOMS CUS TOM FEA TURES INCL UDED IN PURCHA SE PRICE: 0 Wall-to-wall carpeting throughout O^orc^cd Air Heat OSodded Front Yards OG.E. Electric Range O^ir Conditioning GE. Dishwasher 0 Beautiful Hardwood Kitchen Cabinets o insulated Walls and Ceilings 0 Smoke Alarm 0 Garbage Disposal Spacious 2-Car Garage OT.V. Outlet 0 All Utilities Underground • Vinyl Entry Stainless Steel Sinks • Sewer System 0 Ceramic Tile in Tub & Shower Street Lights Concrete Drives and Walks Moen Single Lever Valves FtRBtACES, DRAPES b THE ROOFS ARE STANDARD IN All HOMES FROM '54.900 FHA, VA AND CONVENTIONAL FINANCING • 360 PALO VERDB DRIVE. ACROSS FROM BASIC HIGH SCHOOL f5> v/ HOMES OF /HENDERSON HALCO, INC. Ottic§ Opn Dtily 10 till Dutk 0P*e*5-8')2l cxt. .14. Open House for Smitty Chandler Boys' Club Activities Rhoads Fomily There will be an Open House for Earl and Barb.ira Rhoads and family at the home of Dr. ard Mrs. .1. Marian Walk.;. 442 Republic Street, on Saturday. March 24 from to P p.m. The Rhoads fainify "are long time residents of Henderson and are moving to Cocur D'Alcne. Idaho. Iht ancient Greeks tried to make rain by dippmg oak braifches in water. 76ersWin In Play-offs: "The regular League champion 76crs got a scare from the last place Bulls, but managed ta squeak out a 30-28 victory in the first game of the Junior League Basketball Play-offs High scorer for the winners was .Mike Salazar with 15 points followed by Eddie Miner's 8 scores and .some great rebounding Ron Hubel wa.s high man for the Bulls with 12 points. "-^'^=^-~=^^-The Biddy Ba.sketball Program is spon.sored by the Henderson Rotary Club and will continue through March. National Boys' Club Week: The Henderson Boys' Club will celebrate National Boys' Club Week March 17-21 with a full week of activities FOUR SEASON CLEANERS SPECIAL „ 3 SHIRTS Drydeaned for the Price of2 NOD THRU MffiCH SISD (NO SUEDE OR LEATHER) which will include Tuesday-movio arid party day; Wednesdaychallenge the ,staff day. thursday-Gong Show Friday-Boys' Club Dance; .Saturday Bike Marathon Boys' Club members who wish to sign up for the Gong Show or Bike Marathon, may do so at the Boys' Club immediately in the Programs Office. Racquetball Court Open: The Henderson Boys' Club racquetball court is now open fm^ play Monday through Saturday. The cost i.< $35.00 for a four month membership, or $5 00 per hour for non mem bers. .Members maymake re.servations up to 48 hours in advance, and non members must call on the same day. Hours of operation are: Mon thru f"ri.-9:00 a.m. to 8:00 prm.: Saturday-9:00 am to 4:00 p m. For more information, call the Bovs' Club afi>65-6568 or 6.569. Boys' Club BeatsN.LV, 62-61: The Henderson Boys' Club defeated the North Las Vegas Boys'Club62-61 in a hotly contested basketha\l came tn the Boys' Club gym Wednesday evening. .After a cool first quarter which had the visitors ahead 21-7. the Boys'Club fought back to trail at half-time 29-25. N.L V led at the end of the third period 47-44 High man for the Hen• dcrson Boys' Club was Basic High School standout Clarence Wade with 26 points, which also gave htm game.scoring honors. .Arron Kyle led the N LV Club with 15 poi'nts. The Henderson Boys' Club will. again play the NLVBoys' Club on Tuesday, March 20 at 500 p m. in a game for boys 1214 years of age. (GOOD ONir WITH MENTION Of AD WHEN KAONG ORDER) HOURS: 7 6 MON-Fn B 4 SAT. 101 Allafltjt; Hdn. 195 Yrs. Experiencel PHONE 56S41 -:,M..MsnoN -Tou.-.-'---'^^''"" The State Farm can find you a match for life. state Farm Matchmaker Service is free And jo simple. You tell us a little about yourself, your family, your goals. 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Htndtraon Hemt Nwi, HiKirMn, Ntvoda Page 4 Tuwdoy, Morth 10. 1979 ^' Basic Outswims Yegos Outdistanced in Arizono Basic Golfers Slioot for Perfect Marl( Junior Varsity 2-1 In last Wednesday s intra • -city matchups Basic High handled the Vegas High swim team without much difficulty 95-65 running numerous of their second string and yet still dominating the contest. However, in a two day trip to Phoenix the Wolves found compeition a bit stiffer falling in a dual meet to Brophy Prep on Friday before competing in the Coronado Relays, a special format meet featuring only relay events where the Wolves placed Eighth in the twenty three team field. Tops opposite Vegas were R. Miller with a first in the 100 butterfly Jill Bower with a third in the same storke and distance, a second by Bryan Dowell in the 200 freestyle, third by Jean Phillips in the 2001.M., Brian Diarenzo placing third Burkholder Sports VThe '^guars doubled up in the win column last Thursday with victories in both volleyball and Softball over host Bridger, the girls winning easily in tow games 15-4 and 15-6 while the boys prevailed in a high scoring slugout 17-12 The girl's volleyball opener wascontrolled at the service line by Chris Wellendorff for Burkholder who scored eight service points, seven in one stretch, to along with spiking support from Michelle Wilson and Angie Wade at the net shut down the Falcons on a strong offensive game. In the second game Lisa Shinn and Kim Baughrman got into the scoring action for the Jafuars with four and •'three points respectively from the service line while \fichelle Wilson in addition to continued excellent net play came thru with four service points to help •down Bridger for the second time in a contest which showed superior teamwork by the girls in registering the match win. The boy's softbalt team in a hitting duel' with the Falcon-put together ten run^ in the closing two innings to polish off Bridqer's early load and take their game by a five point margin, in a matchup which saw Mark Cusimano stand the mound for Burkholder. pitchinc to Shaw •behind the plate who played an excellent defensive game The Jaguar's only big hit in the early goingwas a solo homer by Gene Cosse in the first inning • It was not until the middle innings that, the bats of Swartzenbcrg. Harliss. Loyd. and W^rber tjnf on track to produce the balance of Burkholder's fifteen bits Bridger collected Its share of runs, however, two key double plays started off by shortstop Richard Loyd shut down the Falcons. Both teams, so ftball and volleyball, now 3-T will host Boulder City this afternoon before going opposite Cashman in a road trip Thursday Larry Hague first for Basic in the 100 meter breaststroke at 50 meters freestyle, thirds by Stephen Oulette. Cathy Palor and LisflCaravellainthe500 free. 100 back, and 100 breast, and a first place finish by the Basic "A relay in the 400 free touching at .3:47.2. In the dual with Brophy Prep one of tnc best high school teams in the country which also placed first at the Coronado Relays the best individual showing for Basic came from Basic's Larry Hague who placed first in the 100 breast with a time of 1:06.2. Anequal placing came from the Wolves boys 400 free relay team which went 3:382 behind legs fromHague. Mark Hillstead, and Ronnie and Rennie Miller Ronnie also turned a good time of5 02 flat in the 500 free, three seconds off his previous best while Anna Walls and Stephen oulette trimmed down to times of 5:45 dropping six and seven secnds off their previous bests. At the Coronado Relays the best place for Basic came from their 200 butterfly team which took third third in 1:47.1 with Larry Hague, swimming Igs. The 500 meter crescendo relay took a fifth with the same squad .minus Mari Barlow with Mark Hillstead takingalecturninga4:32 flat The only other relay tram for Basic to finish in the top eight was 4001.M. relay of Mark Hillstead. Cindy Bowers, Roland Sparling, and^ John Rocha. which took a seventh in 4 20.2. The divine triplet of Tracey Ware, Robin Jclte. and Randy Bird finished eleventh for Basic. The team will'compete next tomorrow afternoon at 3'p.m. in an 'intra city meet at Basic's pool with the Wolves going opposite Valley High. With a twelve shut win 210-222 over previously unbeaten Bonanza last Thursday defending state AAA champion Basic is well on the way to putting together an undefeated season. In the match with Bonanza the Wolves' normal low shot Russ Sloan faltered in collecting a 44 over nine holes, however, Paul Jeffery came thru with a forty. Ed Thurow a forty one. Tom Smith a forty two, and Luke LaPorta a forty three to give the Wolves a consistent field in capturing the win. Mike Decker recorded the medalist score for the Bengals with a 3&but his closest support came from teammate Mitch Boudell who shot 44. Bonanza simply did not show the experienced depth which Basic possesses and which eventually according to Wolves' coach Dennis Smuskiewicz will see Basic breaking 200 as a team with its top three or four team members breaking forty consistently. With the team inproving into this sort of competitive shape there is little which should stand in the way of a perfect season for them except Western, the team which has been their major opposition in recent years. Although Basic has Valley in a match today at the Tropicana Country Club and for Thursday another not so tough one opposite Vo-Tech which is questionable even as regards fielding a team. Western a week from this Thursday against Basic should prove to be the toughest match for the boy's squad this season as they win need to better the Warriors on their field, which has proved difficult in past years. Boy's Tracic Scores Anotlier Second In a threewa" meet Friday with Chaparral and Gorman the host Wolves and the Cowboys dominated Gorman which collected only a single point on a fourth place finish and Chaparral got the best of Basic 103-61 as their greater numbers and depth in the distances and field events overpowered the Wolves.The Basic .squad fairly much owned the\speed events as Kelly and Turner went 1-3 in "both the 100 and 220 dashes with the winning times going in the books at 10,9 and23.5.Goldsby picked up the first the final speed race going fifty .five flat in the 440. After faking several hurdles down in the highs to get stuck for third Jeff Lomprey came back with a 45.7 for first place in the intermediate hurdles, and other track event points came from Bob Lamb who running in "'B "division ran a personal record for third in the mile. Richard Starner taking .second in the half mile.' Jeff Newton running "B" division had the second fastest quarter mile in the meet with a 56.2 while the relays ran fir.st inthe440with a45.4 clocking to remain undefeated and s'econd in the mile -relay In the 2 mile Todd Perez picked up a third for Basic. In field events where Basic has little depth Lenny Green who now holds the sthool record took a second in the long jump and a third in the high jump. Sandoval a 1 i EVERY THING MUST GO REGARDLESS OF PROFIT OR LOSS. Mm. t Fri, 10 to 9; Sat. 10-6; Sun. 11-S HI-WAY FURNITURE 1241 North Boulder Highway, Henderson third in the put, and Holloway a second in the discus. Coaches Larry Burgess and Kermit Bayless will lie running their team in meets this afternoon and on Friday both at Clark High School starting at 3 p.m. The junior varsity Wolves baseball team has opened their season with a 6-4 win over Valley and an 8-5 victory outlasting Boulder for wins on either side of a slow hitting 5-3 loss to Las Vegas' Wildcats. In their opener the Wolves picked up three runs in the first inning on a triple by Joey Montoya which scored Kenny Ashe and James Gutierrez, and then himself was scored on a single by Allan Carducci. The fourth inning was big for Valley as fielding errors cost Basic four runs which they had to bounce back fVom with 3 runs in the sixth set up on walks to Buckel and Kevin Sims advanced on a single by Tony Royal, then another two added when Shawn Rynerson knocked in Sims and Royal off the bases. Sims and Reid Wilke comt bined on the mound fa Basic. At Vegas the junioj Wolves scored onlj • three runs off one good hit in the game, a triply by James Gutierre| which scored Aljan Car^ ducci and .\nson Jones] who both got aboqrd on] bases on balls. Errors were conj tributory to the five runs given uplo Vegas and will havetobedealt with befroe the junior varsity go up against Chaparral on Wednesday and Western on Friday, the Cowboys at home and Western on the road. The varsity like the juniors will be looking for more hitting as they play the same schedule Wednesday and Friday but at opposite locations with all games scheduled for 3 p.m. In an ancient cujtom in Samarkand, whichevar warrior could hit a gold com with an arrow could be kitw for ot*a day. ii, tMt %tt%t tt t ^t%t%tX%%%lXtiXk ^tt % % t tiffany (Bleaners ''Beautiful CItaning" for the "Beautiful People" P^rsofializM Dry Cleaning •THE PERFECT SHIRT" Hand FInMMd f STARTS WED. For 1-FULL WEEK §83 East aahara CofiMfMrcM Cntor I m DINODtl>UR!NTnSpreMflts AMICHAaCRlCHTONFILM sKxraig SEAN DONALD CONNERY SUTHERLAND ond LESLEY-ANNE DDWN A JOHN FOAFMAN PRODUCTION Screenpkiy Dv MICHAf L CRICHTON Dosefl on his novel Muitc tty JERRY GOlDSMnH • Produced by JOHN FOREMAN OfeKUd t>y MICHAE L CRtCHTON • (omouj Films N V ProducWn PANAVBION'-TECHNKXXOR" • tw'-m..u.r^ tXi rigMro .oi llMtttfAftlttS • pQ SHOWnMES MBHnr SUN. THHJ TNURS. AT Un PJII SHIWS.EVBour life or that of a member of your family. If you wish to you can contribute at that time as well." "I hope that the citizens of Henderson will realize the importance their contributions in supporting research and service to the cancer patients. This past year the Clark County Unit of the American Cancer Society assisted many Henderson families by transporting them to and from treatment, loaning hospital beds, wheelchairs and other sick room supplies without cost to the patients. Special funds are available for direct financial assistance on the cost of drugs and chemotherapy and radiation treatments. I hope people will learn that the American Cancer Society docs a lot to assist ihc entire SBMNG NEVADA SIHCi 1906 YOUNG &RUE MOVING AND STORAGE CO. AGENTS FOR GLOBAL VAN UNES • LOCAL MOVES • STORAGE • OUT-OMTATE MOVES > CONTROLi£D MOVES INTO NEVADA WHEN IT'S YOUR MOVE ITS OURS TOO! CALL 457-3060 1624 MOJAVERD., LAS VEGAS • • .-M.7ui4rmiiiHPJ. 735*0186 MAGNIFICENT HOMES OVERLOOKING THE VEGAS VALLEY 13 64 BEDROOMS CUS TOM FEA TURES INCL UDED IN PURCHA SE PRICE: 0 Wall-to-wall carpeting throughout O^orc^cd Air Heat OSodded Front Yards OG.E. Electric Range O^ir Conditioning GE. Dishwasher 0 Beautiful Hardwood Kitchen Cabinets o insulated Walls and Ceilings 0 Smoke Alarm 0 Garbage Disposal Spacious 2-Car Garage OT.V. Outlet 0 All Utilities Underground • Vinyl Entry Stainless Steel Sinks • Sewer System 0 Ceramic Tile in Tub & Shower Street Lights Concrete Drives and Walks Moen Single Lever Valves FtRBtACES, DRAPES b THE ROOFS ARE STANDARD IN All HOMES FROM '54.900 FHA, VA AND CONVENTIONAL FINANCING • 360 PALO VERDB DRIVE. ACROSS FROM BASIC HIGH SCHOOL f5> v/ HOMES OF /HENDERSON HALCO, INC. Ottic§ Opn Dtily 10 till Dutk 0P*e*5-8')2l cxt. .14. Open House for Smitty Chandler Boys' Club Activities Rhoads Fomily There will be an Open House for Earl and Barb.ira Rhoads and family at the home of Dr. ard Mrs. .1. Marian Walk.;. 442 Republic Street, on Saturday. March 24 from to P p.m. The Rhoads fainify "are long time residents of Henderson and are moving to Cocur D'Alcne. Idaho. Iht ancient Greeks tried to make rain by dippmg oak braifches in water. 76ersWin In Play-offs: "The regular League champion 76crs got a scare from the last place Bulls, but managed ta squeak out a 30-28 victory in the first game of the Junior League Basketball Play-offs High scorer for the winners was .Mike Salazar with 15 points followed by Eddie Miner's 8 scores and .some great rebounding Ron Hubel wa.s high man for the Bulls with 12 points. "-^'^=^-~=^^-The Biddy Ba.sketball Program is spon.sored by the Henderson Rotary Club and will continue through March. National Boys' Club Week: The Henderson Boys' Club will celebrate National Boys' Club Week March 17-21 with a full week of activities FOUR SEASON CLEANERS SPECIAL „ 3 SHIRTS Drydeaned for the Price of2 NOD THRU MffiCH SISD (NO SUEDE OR LEATHER) which will include Tuesday-movio arid party day; Wednesdaychallenge the ,staff day. thursday-Gong Show Friday-Boys' Club Dance; .Saturday Bike Marathon Boys' Club members who wish to sign up for the Gong Show or Bike Marathon, may do so at the Boys' Club immediately in the Programs Office. Racquetball Court Open: The Henderson Boys' Club racquetball court is now open fm^ play Monday through Saturday. The cost i.< $35.00 for a four month membership, or $5 00 per hour for non mem bers. .Members maymake re.servations up to 48 hours in advance, and non members must call on the same day. Hours of operation are: Mon thru f"ri.-9:00 a.m. to 8:00 prm.: Saturday-9:00 am to 4:00 p m. For more information, call the Bovs' Club afi>65-6568 or 6.569. Boys' Club BeatsN.LV, 62-61: The Henderson Boys' Club defeated the North Las Vegas Boys'Club62-61 in a hotly contested basketha\l came tn the Boys' Club gym Wednesday evening. .After a cool first quarter which had the visitors ahead 21-7. the Boys'Club fought back to trail at half-time 29-25. N.L V led at the end of the third period 47-44 High man for the Hen• dcrson Boys' Club was Basic High School standout Clarence Wade with 26 points, which also gave htm game.scoring honors. .Arron Kyle led the N LV Club with 15 poi'nts. The Henderson Boys' Club will. again play the NLVBoys' Club on Tuesday, March 20 at 500 p m. in a game for boys 1214 years of age. (GOOD ONir WITH MENTION Of AD WHEN KAONG ORDER) HOURS: 7 6 MON-Fn B 4 SAT. 101 Allafltjt; Hdn. 195 Yrs. Experiencel PHONE 56S41 -:,M..MsnoN -Tou.-.-'---'^^''"" The State Farm can find you a match for life. state Farm Matchmaker Service is free And jo simple. You tell us a little about yourself, your family, your goals. We feed this information to our computer and m a matter of seconds it prints out a State Farm life insurance program that matches your needs One you can live with. See or call H. DAN TAYLOR INS. AGOKY, INC |iy :C.S W l,.,kr \U-...| III Hen.I ^d^m RUN I'h • >i.'>974:i l^^^l^ Hos Ph 4.S8\'jTl STATE FARM LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Home Office Bioommgton. Illinois >V.

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u NfldtrMn Horn* Ntwi, HtndrMn, Ntvoda Tvtsdoy, March 20, V Homes Needed for Up WHh People Up With People: that's right, that young group of students is coming to town again! If you would like to participate in a rewarding^ exj>erience and recSvc two advance sale tickets to either performance then keep reading. These student performers would like to stay at your home for two njghts. You'll have the opportunity to exchange many experiences and personal talcs. No specific arrangements are required other than room to throw out a sleeping bag or cot. All students range in age from 18 to 21. They are nationally known and have appeared throughout the world, if you wish to experience a truly exciting evening and have the opportunity to demonstrate some of that hometown hospitality then give us a ring. We'll be happy to pass on more pertinent information and pfovide some assistance. We look forward to hearing from you. hoVever, only a limited number of families will be involved so please act early. Phone 565-8921 ext. 34.' 'INQUIRING CAMERA GIRL' By: Flo Raymond Today's Question: Give your 1st nnd 2n(l choice of states you prefer to lire in, and explain why! VI WATSON HOMEMAKER UTAH AND ARIZONA! We are going to build a home in Cedar City, Utah and I've explored the area and find it most appealing. .Arizona is the state in which I was born and it will always be a "first love" on my list. Time for the Community Cli Luncliooii ond Foshion Show The major occasion given by the Community Club for tlHs year is the Luncheon' • Fashion Show to be held at "Old Vegas" on Bouldar Highway, Henderson, at 12:30 p.m. on Thursday. March 29th. Fashions displayed will be supervised by the following ind' Marie. LaChance. Mary Ann Danielson.Bernice Peplowski, LaVera Hannlg, Cristina Antonio, and Ramior Gomez, andl "Eye Fashions" by I Campbell Gregerson's Community Club. afTiliate of Boulder i Chamber of Commef and its Hostess Progrliii works to bring enteilaiH'in^ as well as inforti^ tive meetings to mi bers and guests, club through its vari activities serves t| community' in ways. mat Danny McCall throwing first six in a shutout over Boulder GLORIA ZOHOVETZ • HOMEMAKER OREGON AND -NEVADA' Oregon is my first choice due to their, advanced systems and way of living including food and taxes I prefer the beautiful scenery of Oregon while I'll take Nevada as second choice due to the excellent climate we enjoy here! ELIZABETH SMITH COTTONWOOD COVE MARINA EMPLOYEE NEVADA AM) UTAH' Principally • Nevada which I love and find the most beautiful of all the, states especially at Coltonwood Cove on the Colorado River • appeals to me My second choice is Utah because it is truly beautiful and I could still live on the Col orado if 1 lived there! GERTRUDE SMITH HOMEMAKER NEVADA AND NORTHERN ARIZONA! I reside in Nevada and find it "most agreeable. I've always lived in the Western USA including: Montana, California, and Arizona but Nevada is still first choice with Northern .Arizona a close second choice in the summer only. WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT TO Eua RATCURRIER CITY COUNCILAAAN — WARD 4 — HENDERSON — n FOl AO PAID ro BY THI COMAAintt TO ELECT RAY CUII, CITY COUNCILMAN, HtNOIRSON OANNT THOMPSON, CHAIRMAN —NOTICEMARCH 20. 1979 TO PLEDGORS AND PAWNORS: YOU AND EACH OF YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT THE OWNERS OF THE PAWN TICKET NUMBERS 162,38 THRU 16561 INCLUSIVE MUST REDEEM THE PLEDGES REPRESENTED BY YOUR PAWN TICKET ON OR BEFORE MARCH 20. 1979 THRU MARCH 29. 1979 OR YOUR RIGHT TO REDEEM WILL BE FORFEITED. TUE DAUfu cunt 12'2 ^'^^^ Boulder Hi^wiy TWe PAWN SMOf Henderson, Nevada BWIS inMd Pawnbroker Phone (702) 964-267 M m^ ^rn "n nTfTii k ^^^ ^rn Jfe • 1 Ik [rii 1 J^, ^V wm^ • ''JT"-^ J@t J^l BARN ^ • ^r^a 1 li Wm fl •Ul IlllSf* I ^m '"'^o>J^^^ BINGO 10 It^LtvA m JOHN ZOHOVETZ DISABLED VETERAN OREGON AND NEVADA! I prefer Oregon since I lived at Grant's Pass fora few years and found it wonderful. We enjoyed the people, the economy, of the Stateof Oregon which surpasses that of other states, the beauty of the terrain, and the fact it leads the Western USA in advanced social, political, schools,, and economic conditions. We live in Nevada and enjoy it presently and will take this state as second choice but Oregon remains Nurjfber 1 on our list: •ivioi^: PIZZA "^5 Summary: The western IS i uins as the undisputed favorite choice for liviufi! Cobriel D. Cocuci/ M.D. wishes to onnounce the relocotion of his office for the proctice of Cenerol Surgery 702.7331443 320IS,MfryM>hiiv. Suite 402 lot Ve9t, Nef*^ I9l0f Menu: l^finA^ SALADS -^SANDWICHES ^ AMTIPASTO 564^72 124 Mflfket $ t. Dowitewi Hoodorsoo Eft ii. Tdw Oit FTM Mivwy — II Mu If 10:00 PJL OPEN II AM TIL ? OPEN SUNDAY 2 TO 10 'yi9'n 0 Pmily-Rtstooroif' WE NOW HAVE FACE DOWN 21 LIVE BINGO SCHB)ULES: lOai AM. BREAKMST CLUB •IXPMLGIANT BUDDHA SESSION • Ifl) fr MO PM MWtgifW .,oaiPJ.'-MINSHASESSION ALWAYS SOMETHING DIFFERENT • BARN 1546 BOULDER HIGHWAY I PHONE: 564-3343 A FAT DADDY PROD. ii lEGAlNOTKE NOTICB or CLOSE Of RKGIST* RATION FOR HUMARY MUNICiPAl EtXCnONS IN LAS VIGAS, NOIITH LAS VKGAa. IINDIR ;-SON, souuwn an Noncc IS HRnv OIVIN uti rf IMrtltMi fcr tkt Priawy MaakIpal KIwtlMi to b Md on IbyMk, in, will rloM on Salwtfay, ArU 7tk, ir*. at tkt kMT oTtM m. CiMtvn aay rfitr IK tkoM tloctiMU Iqr opflyliv M Ika CItrk Cwnty BlMlloB DoMrtMal, 400 Ui Vo|M BMlowd SMtt. or by ^P f m t bafcrt • Pop Hy R(lttrtrlBttt—tMr fttni fi by low. Tkt Clark Coaaty CloeUen Dopartmonl ii OHO daily ftni 1:00 A M (e 00 Ml; iiid from TMtdty. April 3rd, tkTMik Salarday, April TUl mil 1:00 AM to0:00 PM.. GBORGK ULLOM Rofiilrar or VoUrt Pobriry X, ItTf IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DIS TRICT COURT OT THE STATE OF NEVADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY or CLARK No.DtIl LORENEJ HALU PUintirr VI. DALTON E HALL. Drtndini SUMMONS THE STATE or NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THf ABOVE NAMED DErENDANT You arc hereby summoned and roqulred to Mrve upon MURIEL D, GUND plaintlfTi •(torney. whote address is 302 E Ctrion. Suite 1102 Las Vegas. Nevada an answer to the Complaint which ii horowith served upon you, within 20 days after servlea oflhii Summons upon yoM. exclusive of the day of service Ifyou fail to do so. ludgmenl by de favll will b taken ^gainit you for the relief demanded in the Complaint This li an action to diitolve the bonds of matrimony heretofore and now edstini between you and the Plainllir Loretta Bowman, Clerk of Court By Juanita Moyer Deputy Clerk DATE rebniary 21. ltT9 H • rob r. Mar 6. 13. 30. 71. lITt NOTICE or APPLICATION POR PERMISSION TO APPROPRIATE THE PUBLIC WATERS OP THE STATE or NEVADA rob It, try ApplieaUen No 34tM Notice IS hereby (Iven that on the lh day of October, lfT7. Dorotbv R Carpetner of Las Vecai, State of Nevada node application i the SUI li^neer of Nevada for par mission to appropriate 2 T second ftet of tha public water of ike State of Nevada. Oiversioti Is to bo made ttm aa iMdr|raad aaarc* at a peM loeaM wiihia tkt NWi* ifn. StctitaN^T ItS.I^MCMDR M.oraiapalatftawkkh tk* C% tMMraTaaid Section 10 bears N dr a diatancc of 2120 fei Water will ke uaod for irrlfalion and domttttc purpoict fnm January lit toDtetmbcr 31st of each ytar Datt tf flni publication rtb K. IfTt Datt of lail publication Mar. 20. iw 'silMd William J Newman Sute Eaclnoer H Pcb 20. r. Mar 6.13., ir CONTRACT NO TP-Tt IS City of Henderton. Nevada NoUct InvlUn Staltd Proposals (Bidtl Notice li ktreby fiven that tkt City of Htndtnon, Nevada inviUi and will roctl>t sealed propoaals i Bids) up to Ike kour of 2 00 pm on March Ztjrtt tor rumiihini to tkt City of Henderton. Nevada all Irantporta tiOn. materials, equipment, labor. tervKti aod supplies nereuary to conilruct and complete Curbs. Gut r Sirett Pavin*. Street Llgbu and Hest Rooms m Pitlman and Wclli Part The bidder is required to present hit bid to the City Clerk at the City Hall. 243 Waltr Street. Henderton. Nevada All 30p m PSTon 2i March, IVTt, uid proposals will be publicly a^inii and read aloud in the Con(krence Room of Henderson City Hkll in the City of Hondtrtoa. 343 Wattr StrttL Proposals received after the Khedultd bid optning tint wilt bt returned unoptntd Said prepotali (bidi) ikall conform to and be reapontive to the contract documenti for said work as heretofore approved by the City of Hen derton and must be aceampanitd by the leciirity referred t tktrtin Bid forms and contract documents may bt obtaintd at tht Public Wtrb Department. City Hall. 243 Water Street. Henderton. Nevada Pltni and iptcificationt may be partkaiad for the prict of Thirty Dollart (S9000) with no refund Copies of tke plans and tpecinca lions arc on flic and may be ti amined at tkt Public Worfci Dtpartmtat Each proposal ibidi inutt be tub milted on forms fiirnuktd by tke City of Henderson, and accom panied by a certlfltd cbeck. cash or a bid bond ID tkt amount of fivt ptrctat (M) of tkt total amount of tkt Md. madt payabit to tkt City of Hendertoa. Tkli catk, check or ktad ikall kt ilvaa at a guaranttt ikat Ikt te(tiAil blddar wltl supply litteHal Witkla tkt tiM liaiu auttd la tkt ipacincaiioM Tkt CMy r,ir H Feb 20. r, Mar <, 13,10,1979 NOTICE or APPLICATION POR PERMISSION TO APPROPRIATE THE PUBLIC WATERS OP THE STATE or NEVADA reb 16, 1979 Application No 34229 Notice it hereby (iven that on the ISth day of October. ir7. Larry T Carpenter of Las Vegas. Stale of Nevada m,ade application to the State Engineer of Nevada for permission to ippropriatt 2 7 tteond feel of the public wallri of the Slate of Nevada Diversion Is 'o be made from n underground source at a poinl located within the NE^ SWW. Section 20. T I4S R tSE M D B 4 M or^t a poinl fWi-n which theC<* corner of said Section 20 bean N 49* W .a distance of 212 00 (tet Water will be uttij (or irrigation and domestic purpotet tnm January III to December 31tt of CMb year. Date of first publication Peb 20. 1079 Dale of last publication Mar 20. 1979 Signed William J Newman. PB. Stale Engineer H Feb 20. 27. Mar g. 13.10. 1979 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PERMISSION TO APPROPRIATE THE PUBLIC WATER* OF THE STATE OF NEVADA FEBRUARY 19. I97 Application No 34S23 Notice IS bereby given that on the 1st day of November 1977. Ann Fischer of Las Vegaa Stale of Nevada made application to the .State Engineer of Nevada for permis.iion to appropriate 2 7 second feel oflhe public walen of the State of Nevada Diversion is to be made from an underground source at a point located wilhin the NW SEW. Seclioi\9.T ISS.R gOE.MDB 4 M. or at a point fh>m which the CW comer of uid Section 9 bears N 49* W a distance of 212 0 feel Water will be o.srd for irrigation and domeslir purposes from January isl 10 December 31sl of each year Datt of first publication February 20. 19T9 Date of lait.poblicaUon March 10. 1979 Signed William J Newman Stale Engineer H Feb 20. V. Mar 13, 1979 LEGAL NOTKE NOTICE or APPLICATION POR PERMISSION TO APPROPRIATE THE PUBLIC WATERS OP THE STATE OF NEVADA Ptb 29, ItTS Application No 34973 Notict it htreby given that on the lit day of Dtetmber 1977, Frank E Dunlap of Fallbrook State of California made application to the State Engineer of Nevada for permlailon to appropriate 2 7 second fett of the public waten oflhe State of Nevada Divtriion ii to be ma'de from an underground source at t point located within tke NEV< SEW. SeetionI0.Trs.R93E.MDB k M or at a point from which the EW corner of said Section 10 bears N 1993' 20" E, a distance of 1154.S3 ftti Wattr win bt used for irrigation and domestic purposes fk'om January tit to December 3lit of each ytar. Dauofflntpublication Mara, 1979 Datt of last publication Apr. 3,1979 Signed: (s) William J Newman State Engln H-Mar 6.13,20,27, Apr 3,1979 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PERMISSION TO APPROPRIATE THE PUBLIC WATERS OF THE STATE or NEVADA rcb It. 1979 Application No. 34217 Notice is ^ ertby given that on the 19th day • <( October, 1977'. Herman Brill of Las Vegas, State of Nevada made application to the Slate En glner of Ne\a Ja for permission lo appropriate 2 7 feet of the public waters of the State of Nevada Diversion IS to be nijde f-om an un derground source at a point located within the SWW NEW. Section 23. T13S. R63E.MDB 4 M, or at a poinl f^om which the NE comer of said Section 23 bears N^>4911' E, • distance of 3930 0 feel Water will be used for irrigation and domestic purposes ftam January itt 10 December 31st Date of first publication reb. 20, 1979 Date of last publication Mar 20. 1979 Signed: William 1 Newman. P E StaU Engineer H • Peb 20.27. Mar 13.20. 1979 NOTICE or APPLICATION rOR PERMISSION TO APPROPRIATE THE PUBLIC WATERS OF THE STATE or NEVADA reb 16. 1979 Application No 34396 Notice Is hereby given thtt oirtbe 29th day of Oelobtr. 1977. David Paul rulltrof Palm Dwsort Staieof California made application to the Stale Engineer of Nevada for permiiiion lo appropriate 2 7 second feet oflhe public walen of the State of Nevada Diversion is to be made fit>m an underground source at a point located within the NE'< NE't. Section 2. T I3S R 63E M D B 4 M ur at a point from which the NE comer of said Section 26 beartN 49*E a distance of 212 00 feel Water will be used for imga tion and domestic purposes fVem January 1st lo December 3Ut of each year Date of first publication Ecb 20. 1979 Dale of last publication Mar 20 1979 Signed WilliamJ Newman. PE Stale Engineer H reb 20. 27, Mar 6. 13. 30. 1979 LEGAl NOTKt LEGAL NOTICE ADOPTION or ORDINANCE NO 627 PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN or THE AaiON TAKEN BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF HENDERSON. NKVADA. ON MARCH IS, 1979, ON THE ADOPTION OF A BILL FOR AN ORDINANCE ENTITLED • AN ORDINANCE DESIGNATED AS THE '4 I 79 BOND ORDI NANCE". PROVIDING FOR THE ISSUANCE BY THE CITY OF HENDERSON. IN CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA OF ITS NEGOTIABLE, COUPON. GEN ERAL OBLIGATION WATER BONDS, SERIES APRIL 1. 1979. IN THE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF 1,S20.000; STATING THE PUR POSE FOR WHICH THE BONDS ARE ISSUED; PROVIDING DE TAILS CONCERNING THE BONDS. THEIR FORM AND THEIR SALE, PROVIDING FOR THE LEVY AND COLLECTION OF ANNUAL GENERAL (AD VAL OREM) TA.XES FOR THE PAYMINT OF THE BONOS; PROVIDING OTHER DETAILS CONCERN. ING THE BONDS; RATIFYING ACTION PREVIOUSLY TAKEN BY THE CITY AND ITS OFFICERS; AND BY DECLARING THAT THIS ORDINANCE PERTAINS TO THE SALE, ISSUANCE AND PAYMENT OF THE BONDS. PRO VIDING FOR ITS ADOPTION ASIF AN EMERGENCY EXISTS Public Notice is also given that an idtquate number of copies of the above-entitled Ordinance are available for itispectlon by all in terested parties at the omce of the Clerk of the Cily of Henderson. Nevada, at her Office In the Cily Hall, in Henderson, Nevada; and that such Ordinance was proposed by Councilman J. Gary Price on March IS, 1979. and was passed al the same Special Meeting on March 19.1979. by the following vote oflhe Council Those Voting For Mayor Lorin L Williams. Councllmen Price. Stout and Keslerton Those Voting Against None Those Absent Councilman Lawrence. IN'WITNESS WHEREOF, the Council of the City of Henderson. Nevada, has caused this Notice lo he published by lllle of the Ordi nance only DATEDlliislOthday of March. 1979 (SI Lorin L Williams LORIN L WILUAMS. MAYOR City of Henderson. Nevada ^TTEST (s) Dorothy \ Vondenhnnk DOROTHY A VONDENBRINK CMC. CITY CLERK City of Henderson. Nevada H Mar 20. 1979 PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the Cily Council of the City of Henderson considered the passaKe of an Ordinance at Iheir Regular Meetingon March 12,1979. entitled BILL NO 199 •'\N ORDINVNCE TO AMEND HENDERSON MUNCIPAL CODE TITLE 4 BY ADDING THERETO PRO\ I.KIONS FOR THE LICENS INrt AND REGULATION OF TEM POHARV MERCHANTS AND PROVIDING OTHER MATTERS RELATED THERETO which has been referred lo a Com mittee oHhr Council as a Whole for study and recommendation and a copy of said Ordinance has been nied with theCilyClcrk for general public scrutiny The Commillee Meeting will be held March 26 1979 at 7 00 P M or at soon l-hereafter jv IS practicable, in (he Conference Room at City Hall 241 Water Street The Council will adopt or reject this Ordinance within M dayt DATED this I3lh day of March. 1979. and published in the Hendcr son Home News March 20. 1979 (s) Dorothy A Vondenbrink DOROTHY A VONDENBRINK. CMC. CITY CLERK H Mar 30. iro LEGAl NOTICE NOTICE OF APPLICATION POR PERMISSION TO APPROPRIATE THE PUBLIC WATERS OF THE STATE OF NEVADA FEBRUARY 13. 1979 Application No 33493 Notice is hereby given that on the 9th day of September 1977. Merlin R Clary of Las Vegas Stale of Nevada made application lo the Stale Engineer of Nevada for per mission to appropriate S second feet of the public waters of the Stale of Nevada Diversion is to be made fVom an underground source al a point located within the SWW SWW. Section 19. TI9S R 6IE M D B 4 M or il a point f^m which the SW corner of said Section IBbears S 48* 00' W a distance of 212.00 feel Water will be used for irrigation and domestic purposes from. January 1st to December 3lsl of each year Date of first publication February 20.1979 Date of last publication March 20. 1979 Signed William 1 Newman. P E Slate Engineer H-Ftb 20,27, Mar 6. 13. 20. 1979 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PERMISSION TO APPROPRIATE THE PUBLIC WATERS OF THE STATE OF NEVADA Peb 16, 19^ Application No 34224 Notif-r IS hereby given that on the I8th day of October, 1977 Franklin R Carpenterof Las Vegas. Stateof Nevada made application to the State Engineer of Nevada for per mission to appropriate 2 7 second feet oflhe public waters oflhe Stale of Nevada Diveriion Is lo be made from an underrrounii •miTe n a point located within the SW-. NE^4, SEclion29.TUS.R 68E.MDR 4 M or al a point from which the Ct corner of said Section 29 bears S 48* W. a distance of 212 0 feet Woter will be uied for irrigation and domestic purposes from January 1st to December 31il of each year Dale of first publication Feb 20, "1979 Dale of last publication Mar 20. 1970 Signed William J Newman State Engineer H Feb 20. 27. Mar 6. 13. 20. 1979 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PERMISSION TO APPROPiyATE THE PUBLIC WATERS OF THE STATE OF NEVADA Feb 16.1979 Application No 34267 Notice IS hereby given that on the 19lh day of October 1977. Diane S Dula of Las Vegat State of Nevada made application to the State En gineer of Nevada for permission tp appropriate 2 7 second feel of the public waters of ihe Slate of Nevada Diversion it to be made from an underground source al a poiiit located wilhinihe NWW NE'.. Section 16. T ISS R 68 E M 0 B 4 M or al a point from which the N'l corner of said Section 16 bears N 53' I9' 30" W. s distance of 217 3 feet Water will be used for irrigation and domesUc piirposes from January lit to December 3lsl of each year Date of first publication Feb 20. 1079 Dauoflait publication Mar 20.1979 Signed WilliamJ, Newman. PE. Stale Engineer H-Feb20.27. Mar 6. 13.20. 1979 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PERMISSION TO APPROPRIATE THE PUBLIC WATERS OF THE STATE OF NEVADA Feb 16. 1979 Application No 34397 Notice it hereby given that-on Ihe 29th day of October. 1977, Leonfe M Fuller of Palm Desert, Slate of California made application to (he Stale Engineer of Nevada for per mission lo appropriate 2 7 second feet oflhe public waters of the State of Nevada Diversion is lo be made from an underground source al a point located within the NW' SEW. Section 26. T I3S R 63 E M 0 R 4 M. or al a point from which ihe C. corner hears N 49* W a distance of 212 00 feet Water will be used for irrigation and domestic purposes from January 1st lo December 31si of each year Dale of flrsl publication Feb 20. 1979 Date of last publication Mar 20. 1979 Signed WilliaM J.^ewman. P E State Engineer H Feb 20. 27, Mar 9. 13. 20. 1979 Tottdoy, March 20, 1979 LEGAL NOTICE In Ihe Eighth Judicial Uivirirl Court ofthe Slate of Nevada. In.ind For the County of Clark. No D9270 THOMAS NICHOLAS PHE VEZICH. Plaintiff VS JOYCE ANN PREVEZICH. Defendant SUMMONS THE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE .NAMED DEFENDANT You are hereby summoned and required lo serve upon HARRY JOE MANGRUM. ESQ. plaintifTs attorney. ihoe address IS P 0 Bos 1319. Las Vegas. Nevada 89)01. an answer lo the Compliinl which i> herewith served upon you. wilhin 20 days after Service of lhi> Sum mons upon you.evclusiv* nf Ihe dny of.-.ervice If you Uif to Jo so, judi; meni by default will he taken atiainst you forthc reliefdemandcd in Ihe Cumplainl. This action is prosecuted for the purpose of obtaining a Decree of Divorce dissolving Ihe marriage of Ihe parties hereto (DISTRICT COURT SEAL) LORETTA BOWMAN, Clerk of Court By MARSHA PADILLA. Deputy Clerk DATE February 15. 1979 UGAL NOTia In the Eighth Judici.il District (ourtofiheStjlpof Ne\ jrta. In.ind For the Cuunlv ul I'Jark FII,K'> M\H B:<49PM-7 o01(tTt\ UOW.\n\. CLERK iCYJlVNITV MOVER NO Pineio IN THE MATTER OF THE EST \TE OF CLEON C CAI.DWEI.I.. DECEASED NOTICE or TIME OF PROVING WILL Nnlice 1' herebs civei; that J\MFSy HIXIFR h(ivt-cPi-.*n 'ihi.sCourijJocumrnI purporting to lie thi' l, County of Clark, Stale of'Nevada and all persons interested in said estate are notified then jnd there to appear aiid show cause, if any thes have, why said will should not be' admitted to probate and ^^ll>l petitioner appointed Executor thereof Dated. Mdrch-8. 1979. A[) 1979 iDLSTRICT COURT SEAl.i LOHETTA BOWMAN Clerk By JUANITA MOVER. Deputy Clerk H Mar 20. 27. Apr 3. 10. 17. 1979 H Mar 20. 27 Apr 3. 1979 Home Owner Loans IUTO-EQUIPMTNT'BUSIN[SS i ^2,500i.lo ^25,000is...,., NO BROKER FEES TO MAKE A LOAN NEVADA FIRST THRIFT HENDERSON i5ir" 1 4IM.UBMI RimtBBUU ISg* I. H4MK0 ••. ui'iiii irrVuB" 731-2040 MiiwrtMt OlMMftMOs* LWHMIlaoM /^^ •mooMi PIANA1872 •*MOl • FROM 70^ 13 aOOR PLANS f AVAlUBlfi SQUARE FOOTAGE 1872 • IMMH)IATE OCCUPANCY • BUYERS HAVE CHOICE OF CARPET & TILE AS PER BUILDER* PUNS AND SPECS • % ACRE L0T^2 RREPIACES, 3 BORM, FORMAL DINING ROOM b FAMILYROOM A. LoREN GRACE DEVELOPMENT WraWOS 6 mSMOONS • CNl 381-4382

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u NfldtrMn Horn* Ntwi, HtndrMn, Ntvoda Tvtsdoy, March 20, V Homes Needed for Up WHh People Up With People: that's right, that young group of students is coming to town again! If you would like to participate in a rewarding^ exj>erience and recSvc two advance sale tickets to either performance then keep reading. These student performers would like to stay at your home for two njghts. You'll have the opportunity to exchange many experiences and personal talcs. No specific arrangements are required other than room to throw out a sleeping bag or cot. All students range in age from 18 to 21. They are nationally known and have appeared throughout the world, if you wish to experience a truly exciting evening and have the opportunity to demonstrate some of that hometown hospitality then give us a ring. We'll be happy to pass on more pertinent information and pfovide some assistance. We look forward to hearing from you. hoVever, only a limited number of families will be involved so please act early. Phone 565-8921 ext. 34.' 'INQUIRING CAMERA GIRL' By: Flo Raymond Today's Question: Give your 1st nnd 2n(l choice of states you prefer to lire in, and explain why! VI WATSON HOMEMAKER UTAH AND ARIZONA! We are going to build a home in Cedar City, Utah and I've explored the area and find it most appealing. .Arizona is the state in which I was born and it will always be a "first love" on my list. Time for the Community Cli Luncliooii ond Foshion Show The major occasion given by the Community Club for tlHs year is the Luncheon' • Fashion Show to be held at "Old Vegas" on Bouldar Highway, Henderson, at 12:30 p.m. on Thursday. March 29th. Fashions displayed will be supervised by the following ind' Marie. LaChance. Mary Ann Danielson.Bernice Peplowski, LaVera Hannlg, Cristina Antonio, and Ramior Gomez, andl "Eye Fashions" by I Campbell Gregerson's Community Club. afTiliate of Boulder i Chamber of Commef and its Hostess Progrliii works to bring enteilaiH'in^ as well as inforti^ tive meetings to mi bers and guests, club through its vari activities serves t| community' in ways. mat Danny McCall throwing first six in a shutout over Boulder GLORIA ZOHOVETZ • HOMEMAKER OREGON AND -NEVADA' Oregon is my first choice due to their, advanced systems and way of living including food and taxes I prefer the beautiful scenery of Oregon while I'll take Nevada as second choice due to the excellent climate we enjoy here! ELIZABETH SMITH COTTONWOOD COVE MARINA EMPLOYEE NEVADA AM) UTAH' Principally • Nevada which I love and find the most beautiful of all the, states especially at Coltonwood Cove on the Colorado River • appeals to me My second choice is Utah because it is truly beautiful and I could still live on the Col orado if 1 lived there! GERTRUDE SMITH HOMEMAKER NEVADA AND NORTHERN ARIZONA! I reside in Nevada and find it "most agreeable. I've always lived in the Western USA including: Montana, California, and Arizona but Nevada is still first choice with Northern .Arizona a close second choice in the summer only. WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT TO Eua RATCURRIER CITY COUNCILAAAN — WARD 4 — HENDERSON — n FOl AO PAID ro BY THI COMAAintt TO ELECT RAY CUII, CITY COUNCILMAN, HtNOIRSON OANNT THOMPSON, CHAIRMAN —NOTICEMARCH 20. 1979 TO PLEDGORS AND PAWNORS: YOU AND EACH OF YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT THE OWNERS OF THE PAWN TICKET NUMBERS 162,38 THRU 16561 INCLUSIVE MUST REDEEM THE PLEDGES REPRESENTED BY YOUR PAWN TICKET ON OR BEFORE MARCH 20. 1979 THRU MARCH 29. 1979 OR YOUR RIGHT TO REDEEM WILL BE FORFEITED. TUE DAUfu cunt 12'2 ^'^^^ Boulder Hi^wiy TWe PAWN SMOf Henderson, Nevada BWIS inMd Pawnbroker Phone (702) 964-267 M m^ ^rn "n nTfTii k ^^^ ^rn Jfe • 1 Ik [rii 1 J^, ^V wm^ • ''JT"-^ J@t J^l BARN ^ • ^r^a 1 li Wm fl •Ul IlllSf* I ^m '"'^o>J^^^ BINGO 10 It^LtvA m JOHN ZOHOVETZ DISABLED VETERAN OREGON AND NEVADA! I prefer Oregon since I lived at Grant's Pass fora few years and found it wonderful. We enjoyed the people, the economy, of the Stateof Oregon which surpasses that of other states, the beauty of the terrain, and the fact it leads the Western USA in advanced social, political, schools,, and economic conditions. We live in Nevada and enjoy it presently and will take this state as second choice but Oregon remains Nurjfber 1 on our list: •ivioi^: PIZZA "^5 Summary: The western IS i uins as the undisputed favorite choice for liviufi! Cobriel D. Cocuci/ M.D. wishes to onnounce the relocotion of his office for the proctice of Cenerol Surgery 702.7331443 320IS,MfryM>hiiv. Suite 402 lot Ve9t, Nef*^ I9l0f Menu: l^finA^ SALADS -^SANDWICHES ^ AMTIPASTO 564^72 124 Mflfket $ t. Dowitewi Hoodorsoo Eft ii. Tdw Oit FTM Mivwy — II Mu If 10:00 PJL OPEN II AM TIL ? OPEN SUNDAY 2 TO 10 'yi9'n 0 Pmily-Rtstooroif' WE NOW HAVE FACE DOWN 21 LIVE BINGO SCHB)ULES: lOai AM. BREAKMST CLUB •IXPMLGIANT BUDDHA SESSION • Ifl) fr MO PM MWtgifW .,oaiPJ.'-MINSHASESSION ALWAYS SOMETHING DIFFERENT • BARN 1546 BOULDER HIGHWAY I PHONE: 564-3343 A FAT DADDY PROD. ii lEGAlNOTKE NOTICB or CLOSE Of RKGIST* RATION FOR HUMARY MUNICiPAl EtXCnONS IN LAS VIGAS, NOIITH LAS VKGAa. IINDIR ;-SON, souuwn an Noncc IS HRnv OIVIN uti rf IMrtltMi fcr tkt Priawy MaakIpal KIwtlMi to b Md on IbyMk, in, will rloM on Salwtfay, ArU 7tk, ir*. at tkt kMT oTtM m. CiMtvn aay rfitr IK tkoM tloctiMU Iqr opflyliv M Ika CItrk Cwnty BlMlloB DoMrtMal, 400 Ui Vo|M BMlowd SMtt. or by ^P f m t bafcrt • Pop Hy R(lttrtrlBttt—tMr fttni fi by low. Tkt Clark Coaaty CloeUen Dopartmonl ii OHO daily ftni 1:00 A M (e 00 Ml; iiid from TMtdty. April 3rd, tkTMik Salarday, April TUl mil 1:00 AM to0:00 PM.. GBORGK ULLOM Rofiilrar or VoUrt Pobriry X, ItTf IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DIS TRICT COURT OT THE STATE OF NEVADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY or CLARK No.DtIl LORENEJ HALU PUintirr VI. DALTON E HALL. Drtndini SUMMONS THE STATE or NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THf ABOVE NAMED DErENDANT You arc hereby summoned and roqulred to Mrve upon MURIEL D, GUND plaintlfTi •(torney. whote address is 302 E Ctrion. Suite 1102 Las Vegas. Nevada an answer to the Complaint which ii horowith served upon you, within 20 days after servlea oflhii Summons upon yoM. exclusive of the day of service Ifyou fail to do so. ludgmenl by de favll will b taken ^gainit you for the relief demanded in the Complaint This li an action to diitolve the bonds of matrimony heretofore and now edstini between you and the Plainllir Loretta Bowman, Clerk of Court By Juanita Moyer Deputy Clerk DATE rebniary 21. ltT9 H • rob r. Mar 6. 13. 30. 71. lITt NOTICE or APPLICATION POR PERMISSION TO APPROPRIATE THE PUBLIC WATERS OP THE STATE or NEVADA rob It, try ApplieaUen No 34tM Notice IS hereby (Iven that on the lh day of October, lfT7. Dorotbv R Carpetner of Las Vecai, State of Nevada node application i the SUI li^neer of Nevada for par mission to appropriate 2 T second ftet of tha public water of ike State of Nevada. Oiversioti Is to bo made ttm aa iMdr|raad aaarc* at a peM loeaM wiihia tkt NWi* ifn. StctitaN^T ItS.I^MCMDR M.oraiapalatftawkkh tk* C% tMMraTaaid Section 10 bears N dr a diatancc of 2120 fei Water will ke uaod for irrlfalion and domttttc purpoict fnm January lit toDtetmbcr 31st of each ytar Datt tf flni publication rtb K. IfTt Datt of lail publication Mar. 20. iw 'silMd William J Newman Sute Eaclnoer H Pcb 20. r. Mar 6.13., ir CONTRACT NO TP-Tt IS City of Henderton. Nevada NoUct InvlUn Staltd Proposals (Bidtl Notice li ktreby fiven that tkt City of Htndtnon, Nevada inviUi and will roctl>t sealed propoaals i Bids) up to Ike kour of 2 00 pm on March Ztjrtt tor rumiihini to tkt City of Henderton. Nevada all Irantporta tiOn. materials, equipment, labor. tervKti aod supplies nereuary to conilruct and complete Curbs. Gut r Sirett Pavin*. Street Llgbu and Hest Rooms m Pitlman and Wclli Part The bidder is required to present hit bid to the City Clerk at the City Hall. 243 Waltr Street. Henderton. Nevada All 30p m PSTon 2i March, IVTt, uid proposals will be publicly a^inii and read aloud in the Con(krence Room of Henderson City Hkll in the City of Hondtrtoa. 343 Wattr StrttL Proposals received after the Khedultd bid optning tint wilt bt returned unoptntd Said prepotali (bidi) ikall conform to and be reapontive to the contract documenti for said work as heretofore approved by the City of Hen derton and must be aceampanitd by the leciirity referred t tktrtin Bid forms and contract documents may bt obtaintd at tht Public Wtrb Department. City Hall. 243 Water Street. Henderton. Nevada Pltni and iptcificationt may be partkaiad for the prict of Thirty Dollart (S9000) with no refund Copies of tke plans and tpecinca lions arc on flic and may be ti amined at tkt Public Worfci Dtpartmtat Each proposal ibidi inutt be tub milted on forms fiirnuktd by tke City of Henderson, and accom panied by a certlfltd cbeck. cash or a bid bond ID tkt amount of fivt ptrctat (M) of tkt total amount of tkt Md. madt payabit to tkt City of Hendertoa. Tkli catk, check or ktad ikall kt ilvaa at a guaranttt ikat Ikt te(tiAil blddar wltl supply litteHal Witkla tkt tiM liaiu auttd la tkt ipacincaiioM Tkt CMy r
,ir H Feb 20. r, Mar <, 13,10,1979 NOTICE or APPLICATION POR PERMISSION TO APPROPRIATE THE PUBLIC WATERS OP THE STATE or NEVADA reb 16, 1979 Application No 34229 Notice it hereby (iven that on the ISth day of October. ir7. Larry T Carpenter of Las Vegas. Stale of Nevada m,ade application to the State Engineer of Nevada for permission to ippropriatt 2 7 tteond feel of the public wallri of the Slate of Nevada Diversion Is 'o be made from n underground source at a poinl located within the NE^ SWW. Section 20. T I4S R tSE M D B 4 M or^t a poinl fWi-n which theC<* corner of said Section 20 bean N 49* W .a distance of 212 00 (tet Water will be uttij (or irrigation and domestic purpotet tnm January III to December 31tt of CMb year. Date of first publication Peb 20. 1079 Dale of last publication Mar 20. 1979 Signed William J Newman. PB. Stale Engineer H Feb 20. 27. Mar g. 13.10. 1979 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PERMISSION TO APPROPRIATE THE PUBLIC WATER* OF THE STATE OF NEVADA FEBRUARY 19. I97 Application No 34S23 Notice IS bereby given that on the 1st day of November 1977. Ann Fischer of Las Vegaa Stale of Nevada made application to the .State Engineer of Nevada for permis.iion to appropriate 2 7 second feel oflhe public walen of the State of Nevada Diversion is to be made from an underground source at a point located wilhin the NW SEW. Seclioi\9.T ISS.R gOE.MDB 4 M. or at a point fh>m which the CW comer of uid Section 9 bears N 49* W a distance of 212 0 feel Water will be o.srd for irrigation and domeslir purposes from January isl 10 December 31sl of each year Datt of first publication February 20. 19T9 Date of lait.poblicaUon March 10. 1979 Signed William J Newman Stale Engineer H Feb 20. V. Mar 13, 1979 LEGAL NOTKE NOTICE or APPLICATION POR PERMISSION TO APPROPRIATE THE PUBLIC WATERS OP THE STATE OF NEVADA Ptb 29, ItTS Application No 34973 Notict it htreby given that on the lit day of Dtetmber 1977, Frank E Dunlap of Fallbrook State of California made application to the State Engineer of Nevada for permlailon to appropriate 2 7 second fett of the public waten oflhe State of Nevada Divtriion ii to be ma'de from an underground source at t point located within tke NEV< SEW. SeetionI0.Trs.R93E.MDB k M or at a point from which the EW corner of said Section 10 bears N 1993' 20" E, a distance of 1154.S3 ftti Wattr win bt used for irrigation and domestic purposes fk'om January tit to December 3lit of each ytar. Dauofflntpublication Mara, 1979 Datt of last publication Apr. 3,1979 Signed: (s) William J Newman State Engln H-Mar 6.13,20,27, Apr 3,1979 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PERMISSION TO APPROPRIATE THE PUBLIC WATERS OF THE STATE or NEVADA rcb It. 1979 Application No. 34217 Notice is ^ ertby given that on the 19th day • <( October, 1977'. Herman Brill of Las Vegas, State of Nevada made application to the Slate En glner of Ne\a Ja for permission lo appropriate 2 7 feet of the public waters of the State of Nevada Diversion IS to be nijde f-om an un derground source at a point located within the SWW NEW. Section 23. T13S. R63E.MDB 4 M, or at a poinl f^om which the NE comer of said Section 23 bears N^>4911' E, • distance of 3930 0 feel Water will be used for irrigation and domestic purposes ftam January itt 10 December 31st Date of first publication reb. 20, 1979 Date of last publication Mar 20. 1979 Signed: William 1 Newman. P E StaU Engineer H • Peb 20.27. Mar 13.20. 1979 NOTICE or APPLICATION rOR PERMISSION TO APPROPRIATE THE PUBLIC WATERS OF THE STATE or NEVADA reb 16. 1979 Application No 34396 Notice Is hereby given thtt oirtbe 29th day of Oelobtr. 1977. David Paul rulltrof Palm Dwsort Staieof California made application to the Stale Engineer of Nevada for permiiiion lo appropriate 2 7 second feet oflhe public walen of the State of Nevada Diversion is to be made fit>m an underground source at a point located within the NE'< NE't. Section 2. T I3S R 63E M D B 4 M ur at a point from which the NE comer of said Section 26 beartN 49*E a distance of 212 00 feel Water will be used for imga tion and domestic purposes fVem January 1st lo December 3Ut of each year Date of first publication Ecb 20. 1979 Dale of last publication Mar 20 1979 Signed WilliamJ Newman. PE Stale Engineer H reb 20. 27, Mar 6. 13. 30. 1979 LEGAl NOTKt LEGAL NOTICE ADOPTION or ORDINANCE NO 627 PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN or THE AaiON TAKEN BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF HENDERSON. NKVADA. ON MARCH IS, 1979, ON THE ADOPTION OF A BILL FOR AN ORDINANCE ENTITLED • AN ORDINANCE DESIGNATED AS THE '4 I 79 BOND ORDI NANCE". PROVIDING FOR THE ISSUANCE BY THE CITY OF HENDERSON. IN CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA OF ITS NEGOTIABLE, COUPON. GEN ERAL OBLIGATION WATER BONDS, SERIES APRIL 1. 1979. IN THE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF 1,S20.000; STATING THE PUR POSE FOR WHICH THE BONDS ARE ISSUED; PROVIDING DE TAILS CONCERNING THE BONDS. THEIR FORM AND THEIR SALE, PROVIDING FOR THE LEVY AND COLLECTION OF ANNUAL GENERAL (AD VAL OREM) TA.XES FOR THE PAYMINT OF THE BONOS; PROVIDING OTHER DETAILS CONCERN. ING THE BONDS; RATIFYING ACTION PREVIOUSLY TAKEN BY THE CITY AND ITS OFFICERS; AND BY DECLARING THAT THIS ORDINANCE PERTAINS TO THE SALE, ISSUANCE AND PAYMENT OF THE BONDS. PRO VIDING FOR ITS ADOPTION ASIF AN EMERGENCY EXISTS Public Notice is also given that an idtquate number of copies of the above-entitled Ordinance are available for itispectlon by all in terested parties at the omce of the Clerk of the Cily of Henderson. Nevada, at her Office In the Cily Hall, in Henderson, Nevada; and that such Ordinance was proposed by Councilman J. Gary Price on March IS, 1979. and was passed al the same Special Meeting on March 19.1979. by the following vote oflhe Council Those Voting For Mayor Lorin L Williams. Councllmen Price. Stout and Keslerton Those Voting Against None Those Absent Councilman Lawrence. IN'WITNESS WHEREOF, the Council of the City of Henderson. Nevada, has caused this Notice lo he published by lllle of the Ordi nance only DATEDlliislOthday of March. 1979 (SI Lorin L Williams LORIN L WILUAMS. MAYOR City of Henderson. Nevada ^TTEST (s) Dorothy \ Vondenhnnk DOROTHY A VONDENBRINK CMC. CITY CLERK City of Henderson. Nevada H Mar 20. 1979 PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the Cily Council of the City of Henderson considered the passaKe of an Ordinance at Iheir Regular Meetingon March 12,1979. entitled BILL NO 199 •'\N ORDINVNCE TO AMEND HENDERSON MUNCIPAL CODE TITLE 4 BY ADDING THERETO PRO\ I.KIONS FOR THE LICENS INrt AND REGULATION OF TEM POHARV MERCHANTS AND PROVIDING OTHER MATTERS RELATED THERETO which has been referred lo a Com mittee oHhr Council as a Whole for study and recommendation and a copy of said Ordinance has been nied with theCilyClcrk for general public scrutiny The Commillee Meeting will be held March 26 1979 at 7 00 P M or at soon l-hereafter jv IS practicable, in (he Conference Room at City Hall 241 Water Street The Council will adopt or reject this Ordinance within M dayt DATED this I3lh day of March. 1979. and published in the Hendcr son Home News March 20. 1979 (s) Dorothy A Vondenbrink DOROTHY A VONDENBRINK. CMC. CITY CLERK H Mar 30. iro LEGAl NOTICE NOTICE OF APPLICATION POR PERMISSION TO APPROPRIATE THE PUBLIC WATERS OF THE STATE OF NEVADA FEBRUARY 13. 1979 Application No 33493 Notice is hereby given that on the 9th day of September 1977. Merlin R Clary of Las Vegas Stale of Nevada made application lo the Stale Engineer of Nevada for per mission to appropriate S second feet of the public waters of the Stale of Nevada Diversion is to be made fVom an underground source al a point located within the SWW SWW. Section 19. TI9S R 6IE M D B 4 M or il a point f^m which the SW corner of said Section IBbears S 48* 00' W a distance of 212.00 feel Water will be used for irrigation and domestic purposes from. January 1st to December 3lsl of each year Date of first publication February 20.1979 Date of last publication March 20. 1979 Signed William 1 Newman. P E Slate Engineer H-Ftb 20,27, Mar 6. 13. 20. 1979 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PERMISSION TO APPROPRIATE THE PUBLIC WATERS OF THE STATE OF NEVADA Peb 16, 19^ Application No 34224 Notif-r IS hereby given that on the I8th day of October, 1977 Franklin R Carpenterof Las Vegas. Stateof Nevada made application to the State Engineer of Nevada for per mission to appropriate 2 7 second feet oflhe public waters oflhe Stale of Nevada Diveriion Is lo be made from an underrrounii •miTe n a point located within the SW-. NE^4, SEclion29.TUS.R 68E.MDR 4 M or al a point from which the Ct corner of said Section 29 bears S 48* W. a distance of 212 0 feet Woter will be uied for irrigation and domestic purposes from January 1st to December 31il of each year Dale of first publication Feb 20, "1979 Dale of last publication Mar 20. 1970 Signed William J Newman State Engineer H Feb 20. 27. Mar 6. 13. 20. 1979 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PERMISSION TO APPROPiyATE THE PUBLIC WATERS OF THE STATE OF NEVADA Feb 16.1979 Application No 34267 Notice IS hereby given that on the 19lh day of October 1977. Diane S Dula of Las Vegat State of Nevada made application to the State En gineer of Nevada for permission tp appropriate 2 7 second feel of the public waters of ihe Slate of Nevada Diversion it to be made from an underground source al a poiiit located wilhinihe NWW NE'.. Section 16. T ISS R 68 E M 0 B 4 M or al a point from which the N'l corner of said Section 16 bears N 53' I9' 30" W. s distance of 217 3 feet Water will be used for irrigation and domesUc piirposes from January lit to December 3lsl of each year Date of first publication Feb 20. 1079 Dauoflait publication Mar 20.1979 Signed WilliamJ, Newman. PE. Stale Engineer H-Feb20.27. Mar 6. 13.20. 1979 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PERMISSION TO APPROPRIATE THE PUBLIC WATERS OF THE STATE OF NEVADA Feb 16. 1979 Application No 34397 Notice it hereby given that-on Ihe 29th day of October. 1977, Leonfe M Fuller of Palm Desert, Slate of California made application to (he Stale Engineer of Nevada for per mission lo appropriate 2 7 second feet oflhe public waters of the State of Nevada Diversion is lo be made from an underground source al a point located within the NW' SEW. Section 26. T I3S R 63 E M 0 R 4 M. or al a point from which ihe C. corner hears N 49* W a distance of 212 00 feet Water will be used for irrigation and domestic purposes from January 1st lo December 31si of each year Dale of flrsl publication Feb 20. 1979 Date of last publication Mar 20. 1979 Signed WilliaM J.^ewman. P E State Engineer H Feb 20. 27, Mar 9. 13. 20. 1979 Tottdoy, March 20, 1979 LEGAL NOTICE In Ihe Eighth Judicial Uivirirl Court ofthe Slate of Nevada. In.ind For the County of Clark. No D9270 THOMAS NICHOLAS PHE VEZICH. Plaintiff VS JOYCE ANN PREVEZICH. Defendant SUMMONS THE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE .NAMED DEFENDANT You are hereby summoned and required lo serve upon HARRY JOE MANGRUM. ESQ. plaintifTs attorney. ihoe address IS P 0 Bos 1319. Las Vegas. Nevada 89)01. an answer lo the Compliinl which i> herewith served upon you. wilhin 20 days after Service of lhi> Sum mons upon you.evclusiv* nf Ihe dny of.-.ervice If you Uif to Jo so, judi; meni by default will he taken atiainst you forthc reliefdemandcd in Ihe Cumplainl. This action is prosecuted for the purpose of obtaining a Decree of Divorce dissolving Ihe marriage of Ihe parties hereto (DISTRICT COURT SEAL) LORETTA BOWMAN, Clerk of Court By MARSHA PADILLA. Deputy Clerk DATE February 15. 1979 UGAL NOTia In the Eighth Judici.il District (ourtofiheStjlpof Ne\ jrta. In.ind For the Cuunlv ul I'Jark FII,K'> M\H B:<49PM-7 o01(tTt\ UOW.\n\. CLERK iCYJlVNITV MOVER NO Pineio IN THE MATTER OF THE EST \TE OF CLEON C CAI.DWEI.I.. DECEASED NOTICE or TIME OF PROVING WILL Nnlice 1' herebs civei; that J\MFSy HIXIFR h(ivt-cPi-.*n 'ihi.sCourijJocumrnI purporting to lie thi' l, County of Clark, Stale of'Nevada and all persons interested in said estate are notified then jnd there to appear aiid show cause, if any thes have, why said will should not be' admitted to probate and ^^ll>l petitioner appointed Executor thereof Dated. Mdrch-8. 1979. A[) 1979 iDLSTRICT COURT SEAl.i LOHETTA BOWMAN Clerk By JUANITA MOVER. Deputy Clerk H Mar 20. 27. Apr 3. 10. 17. 1979 H Mar 20. 27 Apr 3. 1979 Home Owner Loans IUTO-EQUIPMTNT'BUSIN[SS i ^2,500i.lo ^25,000is...,., NO BROKER FEES TO MAKE A LOAN NEVADA FIRST THRIFT HENDERSON i5ir" 1 4IM.UBMI RimtBBUU ISg* I. H4MK0 ••. ui'iiii irrVuB" 731-2040 MiiwrtMt OlMMftMOs* LWHMIlaoM /^^ •mooMi PIANA1872 •*MOl • FROM 70^ 13 aOOR PLANS f AVAlUBlfi SQUARE FOOTAGE 1872 • IMMH)IATE OCCUPANCY • BUYERS HAVE CHOICE OF CARPET & TILE AS PER BUILDER* PUNS AND SPECS • % ACRE L0T^2 RREPIACES, 3 BORM, FORMAL DINING ROOM b FAMILYROOM A. LoREN GRACE DEVELOPMENT WraWOS 6 mSMOONS • CNl 381-4382

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Pages TwMdoy, MUfch 20,11 Southern Nevado Youth Wrestling Tournoment „ Z?'*!*^ ""f^!! ^ ^^^^"^ • ^ Reminder, time IS drawr registration wtll b< Joy Fellowsbiii to Moot The Henderson Boys' Club Wrestling team completed in the S.N.YW. tournament on Saturday March 10 at Chaparral H.S. The Boys' Club team had the largest number of champions and place Finishers of the ten competing teams in the tournament. The local team had five champions, four second places, and five third places. Abran Salazar received the most outstanding wrestler trophy in thie 11 and 12 yr. old division and Sammy Khoury received the most falls trophy in the 7 and 8 yr. old division. The team will not be competing this weekend, but will travel to Barstow, California for a tournament on March 24, 1979. Results: 5 & 6 yr. division: 60 lbs. Sammy Khoury, first; 45 lbs. John Martinez, fourth; 55 lbs. Joey Sandavol, fourth; 40 lbs. Brian Valdei, sixth; 85 lbs. Daryl Rhoades, third; 45 tbs. Brandon Hillstead, first. 7* 8yr. division: 50 lbs. Damion Gonzalas, first; 55 lbs. Steve Radley. fifth; 55 lbs. Chris Martinez, fourth; 90 lbs. Ronnie Nix. third; 60 lbs. Derek Valdez, third; 65 lbs. Jason Watson, fifth. 9 & 10 yr division: 65 lbs. Kirk Little, second; 55 lbs. Matt Miner, second; 80 lbs. Joe Vincent, second; 60 lbs. Kenny Taylor, third; 65 lbs. Steve Erickson. sixth. 11 12 yr. division: 75 ibs. Scott Miner, second; 85 lbs. Eddie Vincent, first; 70 lbs. Robert Daskas,third;1351bs. Ronny Khoury, first; 100 lbs. Abran Salazar, first. 134t 14 yr. division: 130 lbs. Ronnie Hines, fourth. Reminder, time is drawr ing short for all boys interested in participating in baseball (ages 8-12). The Henderson Parks and Recreation Department Pee Wee and Midget leagues are now forming, be sure you sign-up today. Last dates for registration are Pee Wees-Maroh 23. (6 p.m.) and MidgetsMarch 30. (6 p.m.), No registration will be taken after drafts have been completed. If you or a friend are interested in coaching this season-give us a ring at 565-8921 ext. 34, We'll help you have a most enjoyable and rewarding experience this spring. For more infor.niation concerning these and other programs phone 565-8921 ext. 34 or 565-6059. The Joy of Fellowship of the Henderson Community Church will meet Thurs. night at 7:30 p.m. in the home of Vivian Erickson. The Hostess and Co • Hostess will be Mary Bergemeyer and Irene Royal. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. ings of 73 Mail Street, were selecte(] the groups, Senior Ci| zens of the Month. March. All Women of tl Commuity Church a| invited to attend tl Monthly Meetings. Cbureli Wonon's Assoc. MMtfWod. Tht f irtt modtrrr submarini wu dwtlopad by John Hotland in 1900. The Women's Assoc. of the Community Church will meet at the church Wed. n6on for a PotLucI Luncheon. The Businesi Meeting will follow at p.m. The group set -j^pril 5 and 6 for their Bi • Annual Rummage Sale, the sale will be held in Gilbert Hall. Everyone Is urged to be saving the used cjothing and other useful articles for this event. All women of the Community Church are invited to attend the monthly meetings. Umpiring Clinic The Boulder City Recreation Department in conjunction with the Henderion Baseball Program is sponsoring an Umpire Ginic April 4.5. 11.12. 18 and 19 from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. at the Boulder City Recreation Building at 900 Arizq^a Street. The clinic will consist of rules interpretation, on site field mechanics, and written test. The clinic < be run by Mr. Frai Dempsey. If you are interested in umpiring baseball in Henderson you MUST attend the entire clinic. For more information call 565-6059 or 565-8921 ext. J4. Enrollment is limited. — LEGAL NOTig NOTICE or APPLICATION FOR PERMISSION TO APPftOPfyATE THE PUBLIC WATERS OP THE STATE OF NEVAPA PEBRlJARy 7, 1BT9 Application No 33342 Notice is hereby itivtilthjl on Ihr 22nd day of August 1077. Ruth E .Snaadt uf Las Vegas Stale of Nevada made application to the Slate Engineer of Nevada for per mission to appropriate 2 7 second feel of the public waters of the State of Nevada Diversion is to be nude from an undererounrt source ,i| a point located within the NE''< JWt Section 23. T 24S H S6E M 0 B A M or at a point from which the NK comer of said Sectioi. 23 bears N 4S' E a distance of .12 13 feel Water will be uied for domestic and irrigation purposes ft-om Januiir\ Ul to December 31t of each vear Dale of flrst publication February 20. I7 Dale of lait publication Marck 20 1079 Signed William J Neirman Stale Engineer HFeh 20.77. Mar 13. 20. 1979 IN tHE EIGHTH JUDIHAL DIS TRICT COURT OF THE STATE Of „ NEVADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CLARK No. Dtrio CHANG PtNC CHIU. Plainiifl' v DENISE ELLEN BURD CHIU. Defeodanl SUMMONS THE STATE Of NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE N\MKD' DEFENDANT Vou are hereby summoned and required to serve upon EDWARn WEINSTEIN. ESQ, plaintin-s at iiiiney. whose addreas is 2309 U% Vrcas Blvd S U* Vegas. Nevada MI04 ail answerlo tile Complaini whieh ia htrewith seryed upon vou •ttfcta M dys aAcr enric of ihu SaaiMM upon you. e^clusivf of Ibe day of service If you fail lo do (0. JadgWfnt by defavlt will be taken against you fof the relief de manded in the Complaint TIHS K tion IB brought lo recover a ju0f tnent dissolving Use bond* of mat nay preaently eiisling between yMlMUMPIaintifr LORETTA OOWMAN CltrkofCcuri By Hi yCA WfTT (SEAL. *t*J^ OATl Marrk I. trt Hllirl3..n.\pf 3.10.1071 '*•' eivs. McMwMK sam Irwilsuiamioii. ridi (pinHi MMTM enm dte traMs. MdwWi SM Mnt rsdlal IMW M. micM SMIS. W aoiin tiv iM. AM rMo. IM DMt. fif• OrMlf Fwr No ;t96 *4195 IMND NEW 1979 PINTO RUNABOUT 7X0 CC imrtnd cw 4 cylindK mgrn. 4 i(M iransmtM*. pMW-sMrlni. poMf InM dlK trMas. An con^ilonMg. hHrw ictsnr gioia. Ml rida. IM glass cMiivmylbucMstM. MteamrwiM. mm coitoM. dull sped iMnars, Blvlor tic fn*. prtmiTi beaytnti aoMiM. WOU 13 WM riMs. •IsctTK iiv Wnne. tfm tunnr gmc. anun • KMi cmn.' ByM Wmw' Ni 031 M395 [^yjim£[^i5\ MUM NEW 1979 FIUNMONT "FUTURA" 23Larfi|na.4MtaMmiaiian.fMarHMrm pnnrkiim ttt Mkn m nk ny< wl. % # M ml, dkrhH wsw t*nimiii'm i l4 WSW 'Klisis cWtMrlm.iMdi. Mun Iwnpir. Minor icwK grou(i tint glm. dual rnM mirrors. tngM rockir und moMiogs. "Nnr StaixMrils Of IIH Unury' No *6295 NINI IMND NEW 1979 LTD 4 DOOl VI. automHic powir stMnno now briMi. An condiMnid. HI7S>14 WSW ridiiH dock ritfio. lintv) glai. dull rimMi conirol nwrors. [nwir vtnt tfSm mat )I4MI cowt Ouii icttni pjint jmpts. dnu'r bunnr group, rxkir piml mowing LTD tr:unO niulalionpadiaii 'QuwilsTlwSnniiOltWdiMaM c" No au *6395 9MND NEW 1979 LTD STATION WA90N va ingmi. mnmac innsimssMO. powir itiVDig. mnr dm div brakts Im conditMrwig. lligm bmcti sot. MimMa. dock, tin otiMl oum COMrol. ten iKing rur sun. AM radto oWi tsir stiuliari pomr rur •nndoo locliaM riar Morigi c a y i d i iiliil poMr ywi tysMffl. dual tcMit Mint stnpis. HR7S>14 INSWiidUIS. lugoagi 'Kk diiun buitp* grouc. inirlor actvil gniu|t Mm oliss dual rwixitr mirrors luiury trlMil cows rockv fitotdirtga Trom Ttle Wjgnr. Masw *tn VVl 7195 yud^— FREE C0FFEEI REFRESHMENTS!! BRAND NEW 1979 THUNOERHRO V6 ei>gioc luiortuttc trytwniuion oowr sietrng ponnr from iiv brakes All corvlilioning AMAM Merw tl>' wtiMl cruitf rivil-rM pooar sui iniarior dKor group oomr nnooM auto Drakes KHM Wdysidi iiioMings yiKyt'Ool doluntwnpargiow GATSii'iW'^ix radwis. Manor daajj Oriva raduis. Manor dacworoup nm glass, opara unndows ciou Fly' No vm nm SEEING IS BELIEVINGII au toRus MjBi Ta niaa isu • nmn n an acuK an. Ilia Tu Ike MMi alrtr< • • •••. MMIMI -am • AM raM. MM MMIBM Iffhiil wWna cMikw caig CJiftHMy, ill^t^ WdM OMTt fDcdM ptntt flWMWW, paOhifi. 'An Amricjn SUCOMI Skry' ND 3011 Sd'SS '4695 MMMNEWPMTOITATiaNWAMN UliHaaya i. ^m m t a iyiiii m marm* ai§. aval dec Inaai Aa oondiMivna. AM rain mn • Ml. • •* raa earw iMiaoa*, M dnHi taa laai diliBfJtiicMaoMl.iMoaMelt IN7lil3nf raMM. kagqi rack, tanar m raup. dun ipon • atw. aarti lip )pi piaw a i w tadysWi inoWML M^dld MHI rpy adMs. brigM nolAn|s. -gnaaiir f i mw iw o • B a i ai W i ii Ni 218 <5095 • /KI^\ ; 3 Lias anna. auMMC U madMiw. paw mm100 poar *M Mc DrMa. At la iMllmH. AtlMI mrao riAo IM gliH. iliaa tanptr group. CanillWM ndm teas, doei tiai nOiyl rod. •Manor donr foup. manor teear mm^. aoUKas rodar Mill moMrfl. Ilimi 9yla' No M7 ti-wa pam On ( erioM Comtal *5295 MUSTANG IMNI NEW 1979 MUTANS t DOOR MUSTANG n' NAM KM 1171NKTAMI DOOR 21 UN laailiaK caa 4 C|M> aifHa. 4 laaad rm |a* HM dhc trMai Aa rMiai. W rMa trUvior Kcwl grouMuai >po^ ^ P% Mm \M 1% a*m:M MM. I7III4 WM arps pai Mas. M daw nv IMI^ ML IWa. H kMI laugai Map arouat M adi daft Mft WMaa atiM cam. 'THa Fwi *^' '' -' taiBPs. M dnH> Piar Ml Mv ads neMlngs Stols Hart' Ms 2MI c^htutada mm • 1171 BRMMA I DOOR anai aw MC MaL Ik awMHani. An iMi. SMjlw. C# • Ml na. iMai mm. • *'* • *< *> < mm kM iMi. Iilii M* mtSm. ipan .aiiania MMrMMkWHtva^WMiaacaraaiaii -TraaM tmDmTwm 1*% '5595 s^ifin.cu?rwr&MS • takfik iMr IkSTlU Tkan aaa Oa^r *5695 J^" HWNP NEW IvffV ^MS^Wit WN* MM* Mia tax* MM M (^ M aaiv rafM.lpMMkWii f ia| i taM|Mfc *6195 "mVADA'f LABMST VOLUMI ^g^ MAUBII" iiNHsn-n ^DJi 1979 FORD COURIER ECONOMY pittur ;OLltri IryUndirang.-'f riiir iniillliairi *l|tll troutoumpar wswnrm timMglassonailEtarMli rano mgnual naaring Slock h ;44S Tta Cia MiiHge' WImar <4499 • umTM • nHORT s D nnn c umssitf KIT Tf NISTIM MM KratQI TN UNESSWIT /UN NASMMTM 666 N. DECATUR PHONE 870-7221 T cmuiTM SIUS mWllOIUI-tt Jl M MMV n SITWINr •nOOF MMN JHHBI KITS A FRrHMT HMD KUT FmEMILY FOmS OETERMIIMTIOII TO BE THE LARGEST VOLUME FORD DEXLEII IN TNE WEST WILL MAKI YOUR DIAUI IIMOUITE TOP DOLLAR FOR YOUR TRADE.. .(PAID FOR OR NOTI) YQW EQUITY WIU PROBABLY MAKE YOUR DOWN PAYRffllTU WE NEED YOUR TRADE INII FAST. FRIBIDIY DN-TRE-BPOT FINAHCIN9I IMMEDIATE DELIVERYI! RUY. LEASE OR RENT! 1979 F-100 CUSTOM STYLESIDE vij vt tnjin* 3 used oansmtisfoit g *4999 1979 FORD F-1S0 CUSTOM SHLESIOE PICKUP W VI atigint. 3 iptad iranvnisiio'i inman >ny; uji gaugas titttad glass, poww iiaaring low mourtt mirrors ritra cooiirig pacfcHa slap Dunpar i^i ^TBiis 4 piy iiTM clvorne trom Oumpar fun toam \t r^tioimar Slock No I7U TasM Ford Tougn From rtia bound *5299 1979 250 CUSTOM SHLESIDE PICKUP 4OVSanoin< ipacialvaluepackaga 'ingar packjga • itinad vmyi sail gaugas aulotiutic fansmunn poarv miring m mouM mirrors nmad gliai auiiinrv lu tank sNo Du< Rl 100s It S fOHilv urn chrtm koM Ouniir tut tow SM. hMdklw Stork No VKl ymi Duly HwMr '6199 BRAND NEW 1979 RANCHERO 500 W VS MOHHIK piNw iiaorinj ^tmv orwn i5| Ha'h'linnbilti^hrfs Air cotKJiiiornd liniinl glass No 2A30'1*liaraCoii'IS4;Iilylirti mrrrors. Ik condilioiw^ pooar tnMs. taMo "M glaai. HMmc sM door pemr Maarn^SHf No 2713 PracKCH aimtiv uood ^t CHOOSE FROM ONE OFTHE LARGEST NEW CAR AND TRUCK INVENTORIES IN AMERICA TODAY!l 1979 F-150 SUPER CAB PKKUP 1 *•• BM. raauK 1 Mw b/ Ma aiini. 6 S litti piclii|i lovnounliiMrn.ipiidconaii.i/cAraaMnrA SMI 1ipar mndma.li^ group tiaM giaa. carMie ligxin auimaryoiicaoMr s-iparcKKingMckioa Malay lu*imk avomaslapbuaipar is, JUilfapiyiina 9oci No 'Ml Slits A Fanly 015i Witti ConKorf *7499 LEASE THE FfUENOU WAY 1179 FORR FIDO PICKUP Equipnwn V8. pin ttripas. gauon gian. . Mloinabc transmitakw. Manor ac'*" ^^^'^1^^"^ iccin> pu p, lurbkia wtiaal cavwi|tnM INN A mon. Stock No. 2S77 par RMMMt piMlu )l avft naa a MM OAC OaMjaiMai iJCT OMiukkiii wa\ Tua ai MMM MUJi TMMMa MMIBI tm liMMMBiiM EaaadhtriMMlwa MW i
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Pages TwMdoy, MUfch 20,11 Southern Nevado Youth Wrestling Tournoment „ Z?'*!*^ ""f^!! ^ ^^^^"^ • ^ Reminder, time IS drawr registration wtll b< Joy Fellowsbiii to Moot The Henderson Boys' Club Wrestling team completed in the S.N.YW. tournament on Saturday March 10 at Chaparral H.S. The Boys' Club team had the largest number of champions and place Finishers of the ten competing teams in the tournament. The local team had five champions, four second places, and five third places. Abran Salazar received the most outstanding wrestler trophy in thie 11 and 12 yr. old division and Sammy Khoury received the most falls trophy in the 7 and 8 yr. old division. The team will not be competing this weekend, but will travel to Barstow, California for a tournament on March 24, 1979. Results: 5 & 6 yr. division: 60 lbs. Sammy Khoury, first; 45 lbs. John Martinez, fourth; 55 lbs. Joey Sandavol, fourth; 40 lbs. Brian Valdei, sixth; 85 lbs. Daryl Rhoades, third; 45 tbs. Brandon Hillstead, first. 7* 8yr. division: 50 lbs. Damion Gonzalas, first; 55 lbs. Steve Radley. fifth; 55 lbs. Chris Martinez, fourth; 90 lbs. Ronnie Nix. third; 60 lbs. Derek Valdez, third; 65 lbs. Jason Watson, fifth. 9 & 10 yr division: 65 lbs. Kirk Little, second; 55 lbs. Matt Miner, second; 80 lbs. Joe Vincent, second; 60 lbs. Kenny Taylor, third; 65 lbs. Steve Erickson. sixth. 11 12 yr. division: 75 ibs. Scott Miner, second; 85 lbs. Eddie Vincent, first; 70 lbs. Robert Daskas,third;1351bs. Ronny Khoury, first; 100 lbs. Abran Salazar, first. 134t 14 yr. division: 130 lbs. Ronnie Hines, fourth. Reminder, time is drawr ing short for all boys interested in participating in baseball (ages 8-12). The Henderson Parks and Recreation Department Pee Wee and Midget leagues are now forming, be sure you sign-up today. Last dates for registration are Pee Wees-Maroh 23. (6 p.m.) and MidgetsMarch 30. (6 p.m.), No registration will be taken after drafts have been completed. If you or a friend are interested in coaching this season-give us a ring at 565-8921 ext. 34, We'll help you have a most enjoyable and rewarding experience this spring. For more infor.niation concerning these and other programs phone 565-8921 ext. 34 or 565-6059. The Joy of Fellowship of the Henderson Community Church will meet Thurs. night at 7:30 p.m. in the home of Vivian Erickson. The Hostess and Co • Hostess will be Mary Bergemeyer and Irene Royal. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. ings of 73 Mail Street, were selecte(] the groups, Senior Ci| zens of the Month. March. All Women of tl Commuity Church a| invited to attend tl Monthly Meetings. Cbureli Wonon's Assoc. MMtfWod. Tht f irtt modtrrr submarini wu dwtlopad by John Hotland in 1900. The Women's Assoc. of the Community Church will meet at the church Wed. n6on for a PotLucI Luncheon. The Businesi Meeting will follow at p.m. The group set -j^pril 5 and 6 for their Bi • Annual Rummage Sale, the sale will be held in Gilbert Hall. Everyone Is urged to be saving the used cjothing and other useful articles for this event. All women of the Community Church are invited to attend the monthly meetings. Umpiring Clinic The Boulder City Recreation Department in conjunction with the Henderion Baseball Program is sponsoring an Umpire Ginic April 4.5. 11.12. 18 and 19 from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. at the Boulder City Recreation Building at 900 Arizq^a Street. The clinic will consist of rules interpretation, on site field mechanics, and written test. The clinic < be run by Mr. Frai Dempsey. If you are interested in umpiring baseball in Henderson you MUST attend the entire clinic. For more information call 565-6059 or 565-8921 ext. J4. Enrollment is limited. — LEGAL NOTig NOTICE or APPLICATION FOR PERMISSION TO APPftOPfyATE THE PUBLIC WATERS OP THE STATE OF NEVAPA PEBRlJARy 7, 1BT9 Application No 33342 Notice is hereby itivtilthjl on Ihr 22nd day of August 1077. Ruth E .Snaadt uf Las Vegas Stale of Nevada made application to the Slate Engineer of Nevada for per mission to appropriate 2 7 second feel of the public waters of the State of Nevada Diversion is to be nude from an undererounrt source ,i| a point located within the NE''< JWt Section 23. T 24S H S6E M 0 B A M or at a point from which the NK comer of said Sectioi. 23 bears N 4S' E a distance of .12 13 feel Water will be uied for domestic and irrigation purposes ft-om Januiir\ Ul to December 31t of each vear Dale of flrst publication February 20. I7 Dale of lait publication Marck 20 1079 Signed William J Neirman Stale Engineer HFeh 20.77. Mar 13. 20. 1979 IN tHE EIGHTH JUDIHAL DIS TRICT COURT OF THE STATE Of „ NEVADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CLARK No. Dtrio CHANG PtNC CHIU. Plainiifl' v DENISE ELLEN BURD CHIU. Defeodanl SUMMONS THE STATE Of NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE N\MKD' DEFENDANT Vou are hereby summoned and required to serve upon EDWARn WEINSTEIN. ESQ, plaintin-s at iiiiney. whose addreas is 2309 U% Vrcas Blvd S U* Vegas. Nevada MI04 ail answerlo tile Complaini whieh ia htrewith seryed upon vou •ttfcta M dys aAcr enric of ihu SaaiMM upon you. e^clusivf of Ibe day of service If you fail lo do (0. JadgWfnt by defavlt will be taken against you fof the relief de manded in the Complaint TIHS K tion IB brought lo recover a ju0f tnent dissolving Use bond* of mat nay preaently eiisling between yMlMUMPIaintifr LORETTA OOWMAN CltrkofCcuri By Hi yCA WfTT (SEAL. *t*J^ OATl Marrk I. trt Hllirl3..n.\pf 3.10.1071 '*•' eivs. McMwMK sam Irwilsuiamioii. ridi (pinHi MMTM enm dte traMs. MdwWi SM Mnt rsdlal IMW M. micM SMIS. W aoiin tiv iM. AM rMo. IM DMt. fif• OrMlf Fwr No ;t96 *4195 IMND NEW 1979 PINTO RUNABOUT 7X0 CC imrtnd cw 4 cylindK mgrn. 4 i(M iransmtM*. pMW-sMrlni. poMf InM dlK trMas. An con^ilonMg. hHrw ictsnr gioia. Ml rida. IM glass cMiivmylbucMstM. MteamrwiM. mm coitoM. dull sped iMnars, Blvlor tic fn*. prtmiTi beaytnti aoMiM. WOU 13 WM riMs. •IsctTK iiv Wnne. tfm tunnr gmc. anun • KMi cmn.' ByM Wmw' Ni 031 M395 [^yjim£[^i5\ MUM NEW 1979 FIUNMONT "FUTURA" 23Larfi|na.4MtaMmiaiian.fMarHMrm pnnrkiim ttt Mkn m nk ny< wl. % # M ml, dkrhH wsw t*nimiii'm i l4 WSW 'Klisis cWtMrlm.iMdi. Mun Iwnpir. Minor icwK grou(i tint glm. dual rnM mirrors. tngM rockir und moMiogs. "Nnr StaixMrils Of IIH Unury' No *6295 NINI IMND NEW 1979 LTD 4 DOOl VI. automHic powir stMnno now briMi. An condiMnid. HI7S>14 WSW ridiiH dock ritfio. lintv) glai. dull rimMi conirol nwrors. [nwir vtnt tfSm mat )I4MI cowt Ouii icttni pjint jmpts. dnu'r bunnr group, rxkir piml mowing LTD tr:unO niulalionpadiaii 'QuwilsTlwSnniiOltWdiMaM c" No au *6395 9MND NEW 1979 LTD STATION WA90N va ingmi. mnmac innsimssMO. powir itiVDig. mnr dm div brakts Im conditMrwig. lligm bmcti sot. MimMa. dock, tin otiMl oum COMrol. ten iKing rur sun. AM radto oWi tsir stiuliari pomr rur •nndoo locliaM riar Morigi c a y i d i iiliil poMr ywi tysMffl. dual tcMit Mint stnpis. HR7S>14 INSWiidUIS. lugoagi 'Kk diiun buitp* grouc. inirlor actvil gniu|t Mm oliss dual rwixitr mirrors luiury trlMil cows rockv fitotdirtga Trom Ttle Wjgnr. Masw *tn VVl 7195 yud^— FREE C0FFEEI REFRESHMENTS!! BRAND NEW 1979 THUNOERHRO V6 ei>gioc luiortuttc trytwniuion oowr sietrng ponnr from iiv brakes All corvlilioning AMAM Merw tl>' wtiMl cruitf rivil-rM pooar sui iniarior dKor group oomr nnooM auto Drakes KHM Wdysidi iiioMings yiKyt'Ool doluntwnpargiow GATSii'iW'^ix radwis. Manor daajj Oriva raduis. Manor dacworoup nm glass, opara unndows ciou Fly' No vm nm SEEING IS BELIEVINGII au toRus MjBi Ta niaa isu • nmn n an acuK an. Ilia Tu Ike MMi alrtr< • • •••. MMIMI -am • AM raM. MM MMIBM Iffhiil wWna cMikw caig CJiftHMy, ill^t^ WdM OMTt fDcdM ptntt flWMWW, paOhifi. 'An Amricjn SUCOMI Skry' ND 3011 Sd'SS '4695 MMMNEWPMTOITATiaNWAMN UliHaaya i. ^m m t a iyiiii m marm* ai§. aval dec Inaai Aa oondiMivna. AM rain mn • Ml. • •* raa earw iMiaoa*, M dnHi taa laai diliBfJtiicMaoMl.iMoaMelt IN7lil3nf raMM. kagqi rack, tanar m raup. dun ipon • atw. aarti lip )pi piaw a i w tadysWi inoWML M^dld MHI rpy adMs. brigM nolAn|s. -gnaaiir f i mw iw o • B a i ai W i ii Ni 218 <5095 • /KI^\ ; 3 Lias anna. auMMC U madMiw. paw mm100 poar *M Mc DrMa. At la iMllmH. AtlMI mrao riAo IM gliH. iliaa tanptr group. CanillWM ndm teas, doei tiai nOiyl rod. •Manor donr foup. manor teear mm^. aoUKas rodar Mill moMrfl. Ilimi 9yla' No M7 ti-wa pam On ( erioM Comtal *5295 MUSTANG IMNI NEW 1979 MUTANS t DOOR MUSTANG n' NAM KM 1171NKTAMI DOOR 21 UN laailiaK caa 4 C|M> aifHa. 4 laaad rm |a* HM dhc trMai Aa rMiai. W rMa trUvior Kcwl grouMuai >po^ ^ P% Mm \M 1% a*m:M MM. I7III4 WM arps pai Mas. M daw nv IMI^ ML IWa. H kMI laugai Map arouat M adi daft Mft WMaa atiM cam. 'THa Fwi *^' '' -' taiBPs. M dnH> Piar Ml Mv ads neMlngs Stols Hart' Ms 2MI c^htutada mm • 1171 BRMMA I DOOR anai aw MC MaL Ik awMHani. An iMi. SMjlw. C# • Ml na. iMai mm. • *'* • *< *> < mm kM iMi. Iilii M* mtSm. ipan .aiiania MMrMMkWHtva^WMiaacaraaiaii -TraaM tmDmTwm 1*% '5595 s^ifin.cu?rwr&MS • takfik iMr IkSTlU Tkan aaa Oa^r *5695 J^" HWNP NEW IvffV ^MS^Wit WN* MM* Mia tax* MM M (^ M aaiv rafM.lpMMkWii f ia| i taM|Mfc *6195 "mVADA'f LABMST VOLUMI ^g^ MAUBII" iiNHsn-n ^DJi 1979 FORD COURIER ECONOMY pittur ;OLltri IryUndirang.-'f riiir iniillliairi *l|tll troutoumpar wswnrm timMglassonailEtarMli rano mgnual naaring Slock h ;44S Tta Cia MiiHge' WImar <4499 • umTM • nHORT s D nnn c umssitf KIT Tf NISTIM MM KratQI TN UNESSWIT /UN NASMMTM 666 N. DECATUR PHONE 870-7221 T cmuiTM SIUS mWllOIUI-tt Jl M MMV n SITWINr •nOOF MMN JHHBI KITS A FRrHMT HMD KUT FmEMILY FOmS OETERMIIMTIOII TO BE THE LARGEST VOLUME FORD DEXLEII IN TNE WEST WILL MAKI YOUR DIAUI IIMOUITE TOP DOLLAR FOR YOUR TRADE.. .(PAID FOR OR NOTI) YQW EQUITY WIU PROBABLY MAKE YOUR DOWN PAYRffllTU WE NEED YOUR TRADE INII FAST. FRIBIDIY DN-TRE-BPOT FINAHCIN9I IMMEDIATE DELIVERYI! 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loy, March 20, 1979 Page 10 HandcrMn Horn* Ntw, Hndrcn, £ ys 'yik w-^r;V'rnejdii Alk^lftTrlo AUb IN OUH Sc#NK?isttthe) Pjano Bar O ^J^J IJJHl 'IUJlllJl"iiil>i 'Hg: .nv v\\^^ THINGS ARE LOOKING UP AT THE........ \^\'HV\ • St • .1 T'' i'. YOU'RE SURE TO BE UP ON THESE FOOD SPECIALS AT THE WAGON WHEEL BUFFET IN THE CASCADE ROOM ALL YOU CAN EAT BRF.AKFAST Servei< 7 A.M. to 11 A.M. $1.75 LUNCH Served 11 A.M. to 2:30 P.M. DINNER Served 5 P.M.to 10:30 P.M. $2.95 2X2X2 BREAKFAST SERVED 24 HOURS • 2 EGGS • 2 STRIPS OF BACON OR LINK SAUSAGE •2 PANCAKES TOP SIRLOIN STEAK DINNER SERVED 10 P.M. to 6 A.M. •SALAD •STEAK •POTATOES • THICK SLICE OF GARLIC BREAD • BEVERAGE i'.V k, f ^U; BE OUR GUEST! Local! mutt show I.D Out ot town visitor* must stiow room Kty) You II ractiv* our guatt booklat entitling you to: • Match play biackjiick • Match plan crapa • Match play knno • Free roulette chipi • Free beverage • Shrimp cocktail plua drink for only $1 • And ten tree nickels lor slot play WATCH FOR Niw. ExcMiii, Exdnlvi BINQO PLUS BINQO" Coming SoonI ". t> „^ ^" 'rf f I jiiiiiii 'J\ :'.••.. • • r ::'':l::;-:: .. • HOTEL & CASINO ENnRTAINMENT "AT THE TOr^ In Hit SKHOII MOM. Sift Floor EDIE AIKELS Trio In Our CLUB 27, 27th Floor SCOTT NELLIS ^ at Iho Wtno Bar In Thi Main Stiowroom. REDD FOXX XXX RATED COCKTAIL SHOWTIME*: FMUr ISATUMMY Ipa 1U MIONMHT $MNMY, l(i. II Tin mm NOOK LoNll SHRIMP ene COCKTAIL DU DRINKS 75^/ FREDDIE EMPIRE 20 BILLS We re not giving awey new car. a trip to Hawaii or $1,000 pri/ea we are giving away $20 bills and lota of thorn Up to $500 each hour Be here for yours \ Thank You Readers For PRimiNG THE Pump Pt fL HENDERSON ifflliy r Our Poyfoli is Now 150,000 a Yeor. Higl^est In History g' We're Glad! NEWS It means 38 People are getting Weeklij Salaries We Hire Home Town People! Some are Students Some are Housewives 1r Some are Senior Citizens Some are Part Time Worl^ers Some are Teenagers All are local area residents I Boulder Clti^ Henderson except one from tas Vegas • feiis*. iffsLft, -j You can help us have more people serve i^ou with the CommunltLj Newspaper BY SHOPPING WITHTHEmERCHflNTS DISPLAYED IN THIS ISSUE! This message from fT)orri| Zenoff ,v

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loy, March 20, 1979 Page 10 HandcrMn Horn* Ntw, Hndrcn, £ ys 'yik w-^r;V'rnejdii Alk^lftTrlo AUb IN OUH Sc#NK?isttthe) Pjano Bar O ^J^J IJJHl 'IUJlllJl"iiil>i 'Hg: .nv v\\^^ THINGS ARE LOOKING UP AT THE........ \^\'HV\ • St • .1 T'' i'. YOU'RE SURE TO BE UP ON THESE FOOD SPECIALS AT THE WAGON WHEEL BUFFET IN THE CASCADE ROOM ALL YOU CAN EAT BRF.AKFAST Servei< 7 A.M. to 11 A.M. $1.75 LUNCH Served 11 A.M. to 2:30 P.M. DINNER Served 5 P.M.to 10:30 P.M. $2.95 2X2X2 BREAKFAST SERVED 24 HOURS • 2 EGGS • 2 STRIPS OF BACON OR LINK SAUSAGE •2 PANCAKES TOP SIRLOIN STEAK DINNER SERVED 10 P.M. to 6 A.M. •SALAD •STEAK •POTATOES • THICK SLICE OF GARLIC BREAD • BEVERAGE i'.V k, f ^U; BE OUR GUEST! Local! mutt show I.D Out ot town visitor* must stiow room Kty) You II ractiv* our guatt booklat entitling you to: • Match play biackjiick • Match plan crapa • Match play knno • Free roulette chipi • Free beverage • Shrimp cocktail plua drink for only $1 • And ten tree nickels lor slot play WATCH FOR Niw. ExcMiii, Exdnlvi BINQO PLUS BINQO" Coming SoonI ". t> „^ ^" 'rf f I jiiiiiii 'J\ :'.••.. • • r ::'':l::;-:: .. • HOTEL & CASINO ENnRTAINMENT "AT THE TOr^ In Hit SKHOII MOM. Sift Floor EDIE AIKELS Trio In Our CLUB 27, 27th Floor SCOTT NELLIS ^ at Iho Wtno Bar In Thi Main Stiowroom. REDD FOXX XXX RATED COCKTAIL SHOWTIME*: FMUr ISATUMMY Ipa 1U MIONMHT $MNMY, l(i. II Tin mm NOOK LoNll SHRIMP ene COCKTAIL DU DRINKS 75^/ FREDDIE EMPIRE 20 BILLS We re not giving awey new car. a trip to Hawaii or $1,000 pri/ea we are giving away $20 bills and lota of thorn Up to $500 each hour Be here for yours \ Thank You Readers For PRimiNG THE Pump Pt fL HENDERSON ifflliy r Our Poyfoli is Now 150,000 a Yeor. Higl^est In History g' We're Glad! NEWS It means 38 People are getting Weeklij Salaries We Hire Home Town People! Some are Students Some are Housewives 1r Some are Senior Citizens Some are Part Time Worl^ers Some are Teenagers All are local area residents I Boulder Clti^ Henderson except one from tas Vegas • feiis*. iffsLft, -j You can help us have more people serve i^ou with the CommunltLj Newspaper BY SHOPPING WITHTHEmERCHflNTS DISPLAYED IN THIS ISSUE! This message from fT)orri| Zenoff ,v

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Tuesday, March 20. 1979 Pace 12 \ GET RBADYI ITS SPRINGI If you had done whet you were luppoaed to do in the fell, the work will be tninimized now. But if cere isn't taken with all of your geer. you can kiss most of'it goodbye before next winter aets in. AU canvas should be teken out for a good and thorough airing and cleaning. Wash it with a gentle soep, avoiding any of the hersh detergents. Make sure it is thoroughly dry before folding carefully and being put away. Check closely to make sure there are no tears or rips in any canvas covering. If there are, repair them right now. If they ire left to that hiture date, chances are it will never come and the item will be useless by the end of the season. And that doesn't even cover the discomfort it can bring during the season when it rains and drops trickle down your neck. If you have never rapaired canvas before, don't just run out and start now. Determine exactly what must be done ind then take a short trip to your local outdoor shop, peecribe the problem to the person behind the counter and with him determine what materials are needed for repair. Never simply sew over anything but a aeparatad Man. If you do, the material will pucker, cause foMs. and create an additional weak spot. Rather than seam it. place a patch over the dannage. If there has been any mildew damage, it will require several good washings and s good long airing out. Never use any of those perfumed sprays in an attempt to rid yourself of a nuldew odor. If you have a nylon covering, never use a harsh detergent on it for cleaning purpoees. Th nylon and synthetics have a coating that will be destroyed by detergenu. Stick to the good old miki aoap and water treatment and a good long airing out. Moat damage occurs not because of wear or the woods, but simple, old• feshioned neglect on the pert of the camper. Metal gear should be inspected for rust spots. A good de-ruster or a very fine piece of emery cloth may be used to remove spots from finished surfaces, i have never tried "naval jelly but I have heard good reports about its nist-removing ability from others. Use common sense in checking over your gear and equipment and the • rest of the summer will be a more pleasant experience. Of RLU UV\W6 MptT5C\PH.%. RM eS5&Jt^U COMRDttgwr Of-(DPSWU. CM >Muw pii ewD^g p^>e a man doesn't hang around long eriough to ask hrr the big question If the fortune tellers forecast doesnt come true, suggest ths.t she take a trip somewhere Tell her to relax and let life take its course; she might be surprised with the outcome. • • • DEAR DEBBIE: Last fall our son was thrilled to come home one weekend and tell us he had been asked to a training ramp of a pro football team It was a dream come true WeU. after two weeks in training camp he injured himself. Three doctors have told him he will never play football again .Now he doesn t do anything all day and hangs around in the local tavern at night. All he talks about is the one chance in his life that he says he blew. WORRIED DAD DEAR DAD: Your son is suffering the kind of bitter disappointment young athletes go through at the beginning of each new sports season There's a good possibility he would have made the team if he hadn't been hurt. But even if he had, every sensible athlete prepares for the day he will no longer be able to play his chosen game Your son s time to qyit just came a little earlier, which doesn't lessen the hurt, but mere ly points out another way of looking at things. Be patient, be' -responsive to him if he wants to talk, and show him that you're .behind him with whatever he chooses to do with his life eventually. • • • DEAR DEBBIE: • I like giving dinner parties when I have had time to prepare for them properly For the third time this month my husband has come home with people from the office to dinner without warning. I barely had food in the house not to mention what a quandary I was in having to decide what preparations to make I don't think it's fair of him to expect me to be an mstant hostess for his improvised luaus LOUISE DEAR LOUISE: Neither do I Tell your husband in no uncertain terms that the next time he brings home surprise guests he can do the cooking for them and make sure he believes you. If he doesn't like that, tell him to be a sport and spring for dinner for the mob at a k>cal restaurant. / The soda fountain wM invented by *n American, John Matthews, m 1832. YOU AND YOUR HEALTir SCABIS8 CONTAGION Dear Dr. Eaae: At last. after suffering an itch for over a week. I've discovered I have scibiaa. How contagioua ia it? Shall the rest of my family take any precautiona? -Mr. Y. Dear Mr. Y.: Bedding and ck>thing should be sterilized. And if there is any doubt, the rest of the family should be treated. Tiny itch mites burrow into the skin. They prefer hands, fokia of the skin and genitals. Severe itching is due to the (act that the mite lays its eggs in the outer layers of the skin, then tunnels underneath, leaving secretiona that sensitise the skin to produce the discomfort. Persistent Kratching may cause secondary infections, producing pustules thst further complicate the condition. If the involvement is stubborn and widespread, better see your doctor. Chances are he will prescribe, an ointment toataining gamma bnuene (also known as Kwell). Untrejted. scabies can spread very rapidly. It can occur among all 'socioeconomic groups, in schools and in hospitals In a recent report five nurses working in the same ward complained di itching papules on the arms, abdomen, waist snd underarm areas. Tests were positive for scabies. All have been taking care of the same patients. Any delay in making the diagnosis of scabies is the reason for spread of an outbreak. Often the rash is attributed to something else to sn allergic reaction or to some other skin condition Self-treatment with ineffective medication accelerates transmission to others. See your doctor for confirmatory diagnoaia and early treatment. The Nevada Frlend.5hlp Force has an international exchange of people (light leaving Las Vegas. June 7, returning June 17 There are seats avail for trip to England. More iafo.. call 730-S37S or 849 4197 or 382-382 A meeting will be held Wed.. April 4. 6:30 to 8 30 p.m at L V Library Conf Room at Charleston Plata Mail If interested in being an ambassador Trom USA. join the program All 50 states It territories of USA & over 30 countries are involved in exchange now going on. Vou are invited to join, but do it now! FREE 2 St Bernards. Female, 7yrs Male. Syr A altered. Both papered Call 649-3827 SECTION 27 >i Acre lot (br I sale by owner. Asking| $17,500 Ph. 5V^9035 Hdn FOR SALE 1974 Ford Gran Torino Elite AM Radio, Panasonic Tape Deck, brand new tires, mag. wheels: good cond Call 382-6366 between 8 am & 4 30 p.m 565 776fl after 8 p m Hdn FOR SALE 1978 5.000 BTU Ref air conditioner $200. CASH Ph 565-0711 Hdn FOUR PLEX .New. 3200 sq l\. .sprinklers, block wall. $108,500 .So Hurry! Ownerlicen.see. 453 2224 SHARP' 1975 Custom Dodge Van $5004 take over pymts. Call after 5 pm 564 2230 Hdn FREE PUPPIES 6 wks old. Mother. Irish Setter. Father, unknown 565-9453 Hdn WANTED TO BUY • 10 HP BOAT MOTOR. Reasonable 203-2472 B C. SUZUKI 90 DIRT Bike Good shape. Would like to sell or trade for small outboard engine 293-4348. B.C. BABYSITTER NEEDED for 15 mo old son. Tues A Wed.. 9a m.toSp.m 2934382.8 0. • Hendewon Home News and Boulder Qlty NewT REALTORS 125 W. lokcMMdDr., Henderson, Nevodo • 565-8947 • STARTING OUT? Make the break from deadend renlaMiving to tax saving home ownership with this two bedroom home. So clean you can move right in and the landscaping is great. .Automatic sprinklers and lots of cement work make the yard easy to care (otPriced $41,500 eve.s call 585-8947 THE EVERYTHING HOUSE!! Three bedrooms two bath with range. refriReralbr with icemaker, dishwasher, washer-dryer, custom drapes and good carpets thru-out — Wail there's more! — A pool with the equipment A beautifully decorated home priced right at $77,000 eves Call 565-9453. Hey Folks, Remember The UUNORY & DRY CLEANERS At Albttsen's Shopping Center it doing HaaRHffiCH AGAINI 8 lb. load $5.00 '208 BIdr. Hwy. Henderson Hr: 7 om-9 pm Some tay it'i best to plant potatoes on starry nights. 7 0ays Wk FRUSTRATED' DON T BE! \ We have a ttiree bedroom. 2 bath npw home for under$45.000 Range, drapes and carpets are a part ofthe decor of this home. Clojse to the park Priced at $44,000 I A GREAT PLACE TO GROW KIDS! Well cared for 4 bedroom, 2 bath family home on a quiet cul-de-sac Kitchen appliances include range, dishwasher. and disposal Draperies and carpet stay. Double garage Lawn front and rear Fenced rear and sides. Located in the desirable Black Mountain area Good assumption or financing av ailable. $82,500 Evenings 584-2332 PANORAMIC VIEW Ofthe entire Vegas Valley is yours from this custom beauty with over 3100 square feet Extra features are numerous throughout the home including a see-through fireplace between family-room and livingroom Sunken dining-room. Huge country kitchen features custom cabinejs with built-in china hutch, island, pantry, and black matching appliances. Situated on 14 acres high In the foothills of Section 27. Evenings 584-2332. EASY LIVING Will be yours in this spectacular 3 bedroom. 3 bath home. Floor plan includes an enormous living-room and family-room with wall to wall fireplace and wet bar. Spacious kitchen has an 8 f>. breakfast bar and built-in music center. 3200 sq n. of living srea for the family who likes ro'om to breathe. $06,000 Evenings 564-2332. A NEW BEGINNING For the whole family can be yours with this pleasant Desert Hills home Large living-room and family-room, country kitchen. 3 Bedrooms. 2 Baths New carpet in living-room and new no wax floor in the kitchen. Also includes a fenced rear yard and screened in patio. At a super price of $56,000 Evenings 56423.32 BUYERS PRICE 3 Bedroom. 2 Rath awaits you and your family in this conveniently located home. Large backyard completely fenced k much more Eves 585-8897 LAND PARADISE HILLS Good investment property S acres • $35,000. 5 ACRES IN PAHRUMP Good level land only 30 minutes from Vegas • Priced $14,000. 5\CHES Section 4 Vice and I'\< I Potential C-2 Evenings 585 6897 C-235.\CRES Ideal spot for fast food, offices, or Ice cream Parlor. Faces Boulder Highway in the vicinity of K-Mart. Evenings 585-6807 Section 9 565-6807. 4 .ACRE LOTS View Lotsi Evenings % GET OUT OF TOWN 4 5 acres of land In the Overton area. Zoned agricultural and irrigation wateravailable This would be a good.building site for a person who wants to retire outside of Las Vegas valley Evenings call 564 5416 CAU h ntlE MARKET ANALYSIS OF YOUR HOMI. W\NTED TO RENT • apart meni prefer 1 bdrm.. unfurn. Semi-retired, responsible male. Please call 870-5216 BC:aner6pm MOBILE HOME Kit Stateliner. 10x55, 1 bdrm.. air. awning. k skirting Adult Park. Furn. $7,500 Call 293-3391 B.C • FOR SALE Fender Accou stical Guitar Brand newSi 00 Debbie nr Cary at 293 1247 B C CANT QUALIFY With $8,000 down you can assume my Tt"r loan Nicely reiAodeled. 3 Bdrm Tract 2 home on a culde sac Call for appt to see 585-0674 or Page at 381-7193 NEEDED Woman in the am. to assist in LIGHT housework and in some personal assistance Call 293-2440 or 2931881 BC YARD SALE Thurs k Fri. 9 am til 2 208 Lakeview Dr.. BC FOR SALE • mobile hom8 bdrm.. Turn air. awning| skirting. 293-3630 BC. CARE (f) ^V 'There is no substitute for Exporiono*' •WK BUUR AEALTYREAITOR? 833 NEVADA HWY.. B.C. 293-2171 or 293-3402 m REALTOR i AFTER HOURS CALL: Bob Blair „... 293-2049 Carl Cowan 293 1499 \ndrea Anderson 293 2158 Katie Cartlidge 293 2254 Michele Hess 293-1277' Tom Bryan „ 293-3475 Claude.Smilh 293-4020 MIS _£ LOVELY 3BDRM.2 yard. Drapes, dishw 3BdQ/^.%tlf)il( condition (-f-nced 00 FINE LOCATION 3 BdW/t.HhtlfJlock con.struction. carport. Bit in range. W8|JHOiFpfT)rape Only $53,000 EXCELLENT BUY. 1840sq ft .4bdrm. 2 bath. pool,jacuiii,2 car gar, block wall, Auto sprinklers $90,000 GOOD LAKE VIEW, custom 3 bdrm., l*i bath, formal dining room, large gar sun deck. 2 palio* Only $89,000 BEAUTIFUL 4 bdrm.. l' bath, custom decorating, sprinklers, washer k dr>er block wall fencing, fine view. 2 car garage, fireplace. $86,000 NEAR LAKE MEAD New custom 4 bdrm 2 bath 2 car garage. 1806 sq. ft living space. Fiieplace, patio. All electric Auto sprinklers See us f jr details. BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM Modular home on estate lot 2250 sq ft Garage 2 bdrm 2 bath Formal dining room Immaculate landscaping Close to airport for the executive pilot or one who wishes a beautiful view. LOVELY TWO STORY. 4 bdrm 2H baths. 18x38 heated pool spa, fireplace, auto sprinklers, 2 car garage, 8x20 Greenhouse. EXCELLENT.PUY ONLY $85,000 00 TERRIFIC VIEW, 4 bdrm 2^ baths, on 88 acres, fam rm rireplace.over2.500sq ft ,2crgarage.FINECUSTOM BUY' BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM, 3 bdrm den 2 full baths, shake roof, rec rm 24x24 fireplace, spectacular view, on approx W acre lot. $129,500 00 NEAR GOLF COURSE, CUSTOM 4 bdrm 2 full k 2 V, baths large patio, fam. rm. fireplace, approx 3.400 sq ft brick home with excellent view, RE \L EXECUTIVE HOME LOTS OF TREES, in fine area, brick 3 bdrm ftreplace has basement, wood floorv carport, this home has many xtra features. ONLY $89,900.00. WE HAVE CUSTOM HOMES UNDER CONSTRUCTION all in fine areu, tee u^ for info, and prices. !!? ^'*KA. 3 bdrm 2 b.ilh, dining rm, 2 car garage has 18x32 n pool with Jacuni (heated), block wall SEE THl.'s 9o3.9uO.00. SPECTACULAR CUST( M. 4 bdrm ,2 \ baths.approx 3 400 sq fl fine landscaping, fenced, auto sprinklers, large finished garage, fireplace, fam rm 2lar?e patios SEE US FOR INFO r ,•> • :. u.-. EXCELLENT HOME, 3 bdrm, 2 bath, new carpet draper covered patio, SEE THIS FINE BUY AT $88,500 00 MOBILE ESTATE LOT Adults only. 24 x 44. 2 bdrm 2 hath Mobile Home Desert landscaped, fenced, auto sprinklers extra large carport All this for only $90,000 MOBILE HOME ON ESTATE LOT. 2 bdrm covered pa(lo Large carport for boat, etc SEE THIS $49,900 00 IMMACULATE. 4 bdrm, 2Hi bath, lovely landscaping formal dining rm fenced. 2 car garage, auto sprinklers. GRE\T BUY AT $82,000 00 APPROX 1,890 S^ bath 565-8172 after 3 For rent 3 bdrm 2 bfh house. Carport, large fenced yard. Mo pets 2931423 FOR SALE 1975 Travelere Travel trailer 30 ft fully loaded. • self contained 293 .3507 after3 30pmBC KEUY'S 6USS A MIRROR CO. Complete Glass Services 5700 Boulder Highway 24 Hr Service 451-5153 FOR RENT 3 bdr 2 bath, house, carport, large fenced yard.no pets. 293 1423 BC RICK S M\RINE SERVICE Certified Merc Mfch lOyr^ e\p Mere .Volvo. Chr\A|pi k JelOMC .Sfi-S 79,V) Hrin BOULDER REALTY REALTORS WLs 293-3300 FOR INFORMATION CALL: 293-3932 CUTE OIE lEDIOOM HOME la Cmtni BeMw CMy, Nm ataeUnMB tUlH Mri iaa^MMiMi. Updated phuibliit aad wMi. Perfart atarter baac wM hrgr le< aad plenty •f reM to cipead. tr.SOO.OO. OVER 2.000 SQ FT OF SPACIOUS UVING in this 4 bdrm 2^t bath home Block wall with welbar-and firep lace in fam rm Call for details ATTRACTIV;E3|inMy4|\ OMneRjp|ME located in tree-shaded nei|hboropecidrular home YOU WILL ENJ painted, in tip-to( storage, large Much. much, more [>drik.2 tiath home Krovhiy la llrk:eirojt driveway R V -^k]Mr#. only YOU WILL ENJOY THIS HOME IN THE YEARS TO | COME — Brick constructed 4 bdrm. 24 bath on large shaded grounds, a view of Lake Mead and so much more Located in BC at 1308 Denver St Call for details and appt to see START THE NEW YEAR OUT RIGHT with this 2 storv. 3 bdrm. 24 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. BUILDING LOT IN SUBDIVISION 11 High lot] with a beautiful view. Owner is a licen.sed real] estate salesman. 4* ON THE SIDE OF A MOUNTAIN! Beaut jf\j| raised lot overloolting the lake with unrestricted viewOne of a Kind!. EXCELLENT FAMILY HOME. 4 bdrm.. iv bath, with family rm., Large corner lot with fenced in backyard. Excell. neighborhood. BRIDE OF OWNERSHIP describes this lovely spacious 3 bdrm., 1% bath home with swimming pool. Excellent location. Call our ofHce for deUils. BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME on one of thes subdivision 11 lots we have listed. Call for information. BEAUTIFUL M X 0 MOBILE HOME and landscaped lot Covered patio and carport with room for RV parking 3 roomi of nirniture included Thit is an excellent buy Janice Crawford ~ J83-2275 Deinna Keele .293 1492 Rick Shea .283-3205 W.R. (Winnie Clark) 2B3-UU Pat Shuman -— _,. .....293-4790 Diana Leseberg L. 293 2729 June Hanaen 2934223 416 Nevada Highway Boulder City, Nevada Phone 293-3232 FOUND Purebred Pomeranian dog. Friday on Water St Ph. Henderson Police Dept 985-8933 ext. 25. MUST GIVE AWAY 2 MIXED BREED PUPPIES. Call 569-8191 Hdn BOULDER CITY LUXURY APARTMENTF0RRENT2 bdrm furn. or unfurn swimming pool, laundry room. Leisure Living for just $350. per mo 1st, last and $100 depo 293 4351 or 293 1975. No pets BC CUSTOM 4 BDRM 2 BATH ACROSS FROM GOLF COURSE. Dimng rm., large master bedroom, fireplace, block wall, corner lot Many extras Priced for" quick sale $84,900 293-4630 B C FOR SALE • 1978 5.000 BTU Ref air conditioner $200 Cash 565 0711 Hdn FOR SALE New kitchen stove wdouble oven. Frig., freerer. washer-dryer. 584 1685 Hdn NEVADA iNN now taking applic.itions for mature maid. 293 2044 BC EXPERIENCED Delivery help wanted. Permanent, fiood pay. 565 8648 OPEN HOUSE Sot., Mor. 17 1—4 p.m. 381 Kimberly Dr. Nrross Sireci from GolfJ Koursr Bcauliful .irca k\ |homeon4acrew unlimited! ipiilpntial Boulder Hwy .ui'si on Major, around G'olfJ fCourse to (Jrccnway. 4th SI Ion rich! JEd Post Realty, Realtor j 458-1181 INTERNAL REVENUE SER VICE Average Itemized De duction Chart, s'end $1 to T\\ CHARTP.O Box 12990. Las Vegas. Nv 89112 INrOMETAX SERVICES.vrs IKS experience and. 10 yrs selfemployed tax service Get all the deductions leg,]|ly allowed Call Carole DePue for appt 565 7468 I TAX WPAUTION -miAiu— By appointment HUBERT MORRIS 565-7071 pwwwwwwwwwa Henderson Auto ^aintenancL' 2100 Mo.ser Drive 564-3648 General repair No imports FOR SALE 1971. Chevrolet Impala. Air. radio, heater, good transportation $900 • Ph 564 5853 Hdn FOR SALE Cotton wiping rags Any quantity. All white or assorted colors Come by 575 W Lalie Mead. Hdn or call 564-2821 PART TIME OR FULLTIME WORK Be your own boss. Work your own hours. Have your own Fuller brush route $8 to $8 per hour starting 878-0254 I'— • • -— — • HOME FOR SALE 3 bdrm 2 bath, garage, large fenced yard, automatic sprinkler system $64,900 293-3843 BC HELP WANTED • Station at tendani Experienced Apply at Ztke's Hdn Tex aco. Water k Lake Mead Hdn INSIDE DOORS Screen door w hdw Your choice. $5 each 564 1848 Hdn STARS Of TOMORROW ARE HINO RORN TODAY AT DANCE THEATRE WEST LADIES!! Avoid Joining expensive spas Our sliTnnasticsclass is available on a week to week basis. Come in and lose those unwanted inches. GARCIA CONCRETE CONTRACTOR License 15333 Bonded 565 9928 FOR SM.E BY OWNER xul. division II lol Vo 89 $22 .%00 terms Call area rnde 714 7218995 ( • .illhriiok (ill. collect Joiz-Top-Gymnastlct and Bollet Starting age 3 A up 293-3677 fe=CF acz= aal FOR RENT-1 bdrm house, liv ing room kitchen combination, unfurn., very clean. Rent $200. a month, first, last and $50 cleaning deposit required. Call 293 ,3529 after 6 p m BC SECURITY POSITION sought by young man. Experienced w-equipment 282 Tungsten. Hdn FOR SALE 1962 Chevy StepVan 1 ton Model B $600 282 Tungsten. Hdn FOR RENT -1 bdrm furn. apt. Close to downtown. $180 per mo & deposit. Call 564 5488 Hdn FOR SALE 1970 MAVERICK. $350 or best offer Ph 564317B Hdn I GCNOUU CONTUCTOt yu.ililN Work Kemoiicl Cusioms ^ Fr.imiM>; Concri'te P.iliov. Etc Licensed It Ronded S64-S303 TO LIVE IN OR TRAVEL 1978 3rCarriage Selfcontained. all weather Must see to ap preciate Also 1977 Sil verado 4 \ 4 Camper Spe cial Both for $16,500 or Trailer .separate 564 3879 Hdn MOBILE HOME Vdults only Ginilerwood Park 24 v 44 2 bdrm 2 bath. Ref air. Very nice only $28,500 1727 Teakwood. after 5 p m. or weekends B.C. FOR SALE • 1975 Fleelwood Mobile Home $2,000 down. Take over payments. Ph. 5642707 Hdn BLACK MOUNTAIN Owner selling this attractive 3 bdrm.5 bath Lewis Home on a large Cul de Sac lot Spectacular city view, pool k many extras, plus low assumption Asking $65,000 Ph 565 0337 Hdn FOR SALE 1973 Honda ST90 $200 Ph 565 0403 Hdn FOR SALE 1978Camaro. auto. pwr steering k brakes, 17.500 miles, asking $5500 569-9299 Hdn UNFURNISHED HOUSE FOR RENT Adults only No pets. 23 W Basic Rd, Hdn. NEW Custom Home for sale by owner. 3 bdrm 2 bath. 2 car garage, Tireplace. walk in pantry k large storage area On 4 acre lot. Ph. 989^0149 Hdn • APT FOR RENT Util paid, call aft 9 p m 565 9318 Hdn f/f. Your home is your castle Try Die HENDERSON PIAZA ARTS. 2 Bedroom Rim. ftUnfura Pool 730 Center St Hda ^ Hrepbces Ph. 516-76281 etodWais altarSpjiiJ MOSSEfTS MASONRY I (Dean Mosser "l^/i Mason Contractor^-' J Ua No. 147M j[ FOR RENT • ICltchenette*. $20 wk. Ltllitlct paid. Shady Real Motel. 56S-76M8. ( FOR ALL YOUR GLVSS NEEDS'/ NATURWAY Sr^ NATURAL ^7*.''f 293-1144 ^,: 13111* NevHwv.tfC 10% OFF TO SENIOR CITIZENS on Vliamlns, Minerals. Prolebia, Capsulaled Herba and Aloe Vera Gel ONLY! ANGELUS OVERHEAD CAMPER Sleeps 6 Ph 565^8296 after 5 Hdn FOR SALE 1969 Pontiac Bon neville New tires Good motor k transmission Rear end body damage $.35(5 44 Ma'lory. Hdn. Aft#r 5 pm 5657444 \ VERY FINE PORTABLE GE STEREO RECORD PLAYER Excel tone New diamond needle $35; Finch, including cage $10 Ph 565 7073 IBM SELECTRIC TVPEWRl TER Excellent cond Price $300. Call 451-2108. ask for Richard Lee HOUSEKEEPING WD LVUNDRV Help wanted Exper helpful, excell fringe benefits Apply in person between 9 am and 3 pm BC Care Center. 601 \dams Blvd B.C. HELP WVNTED Part time waitress k dishwasher. \pply in person 2126 S. Boulder Hwy Hdn Spring Vacuum Cleaner spe cial Tune up $4 50 SORENSEN S 509 .\vt. C 293-3770 B C 1976 • 22 ft Horiion Day Cruiser. 460 Ford Burkley jet with place dispenser, must see to appreciate. $6800 293-4017 B C r MIVADAn REPAIR I We repair i Appliances, lawn mower I I Home Repairs f j Cooler Repairs I Located in Jack's Rental Center L 440 Water St. \LL RE\DV TO MOVE IN 1973 Weslchesler Mobile Home for sale 12x60.com pletely furn Drapes, fenced k shed Vskine $8500 Ph 5658806 Hrin FOR SALE Adding Machine Mark 200 $75 Call 564 2558 Hdn REDUCED $999 'Must Sell 12x60 Mobile Home in Hender son. Extra large corner lot Partly furnished or unfurnished New skirts, carpets.' drapes, palio. washer dryer. Owner will finance 871 1724 XPARTMENT FOR RENT IN HENDERSON 2 l)drm.un furn washer dryer, refrig fairly new $260 mo plus security dep Call 87H4887 FOR SALE BV OWNER 3 bdrm 2 full baths, large fenced lol desert landscap ing. carpel, drapes Sec to approci.ilr Principals (inl> Price $41,900 Ph .')65 84I5 Hdn FOR RENT 2 hdrm dpi 168 Judy Lane $265 per mo In eludes drapes, carpets, oven. refriK. garbage disposal k storage rm Coin opr washer-dryer 451-7742 or 456 0620 Xreyou living with a Drinl ing Problem"''If so. why not try Al -'Anon Meet nigs are Tues 10 a m St Tijnothy s Episcopal Church Tues 8pm Club. .SI Water St Wed 7 30 p m St Rose dc Lima Hosp For more in formation, call 565-9963 YARD MAN looking for yarn work, willing to work any hours Will trim lawn, trees, shrubs and will do raking Call between 8 am and 4 pm any time during week 293^^1 lit AREA NEW CONDO i\' BOULDER CITY 2 bdrm take over buyerli contract $3,000 below current price Call 4918349 BABYSITTER NEEDED in Gordon McCaw area before A after school 989-7319 evening* Hdn FOR SALE -10 KW rontinuou* duty trailer mounted generator 1100 hrs $1,000 282 Tungsten, Hdn CLTOM n.C/\RntTT' RCaLTV PHONE 293-3333 Vivian Richards 293'17,57 Bart Hvde 293 2144 Carol Ro^l^h 293 49,'>0 Elton M Gatrelt 293 2a3b 354 Ntvodo Hwy., Boulder C LOTS OF DIVISION 11-4 acre, high on hill, $28,000 HIGH 0.\ THE .MOUNtAIN Below Appraisal Master bedroom suite has Jacuzzi and Fireplace Must see to appreciate this luxury home $115,000 NEW LEWIS HOME-.4 bedroom. 2 bath, family room Priced right at S76.50a RARE FIND .3 bedrooms. 2 ha^*< MOBILE. HOME FOR >iALE dhl wide in Moored Fenced yard. RefriR air 3 bdrm W, bath. Call 293 4350 BC LEARN A LACRATIVE VOCATION FREE! Trainees wanted. 21 dealers, Keno writers. Cage Cashiers. Get paid while you learn. Guaranteed downtown Las Vegas after 1 year. (Nevada Hotel). Guranteed Las Vegas Strip(DeVille Casino) after 2 years. (Both same tnanagement.) Apply in person. 122 WATER ST.. HENDERSON RAINBOW CASINO THtC sac one GA"(Mii" Siulk m Licensed Real Estate Broker — HOMES — LARGE FAMILY ROOM" 3 bedroortfi 2 bath double garace total Only $69,500. 1600 .square feet EXCELLENT.LOCATION" 4 bedrooms. 2 baths. A Rood buy $74.500 00. NEAR THE GOLF COURSE!' • 3 bedroom. 2 ^ath. new. Excellent location. Fireplace 73.50000 NEW BEAl'TIFUL" 3 bedroom. 2 bath, double BaraRC Poo' $74,500on 4 BEDROOM.2 BATH" Garage converted fenced excellent location $71,900 DESERT LANDSCAPED!: 3 bedroom. 2 bath. Excellent location $74500 00 — MOBtU HOMES -> 14 X 70 NEW $22,500 00" Adults only •3bedroijips. 2 ojths. nimediate possession IN GINGERWOODADULTS" 2 bedroom. 1 bath. $15,400 00 BEAUTIFUL SPLIT LEVEL" ADULTS ONLY" 1508 square feet 26'X 40 Includes Mountain Vista lol $59.800 00 PRICE REDUCED" ADULTS $33,900 00 buys this near new mobile home i n M&M Park 12\80EXPANDO!' 1988 Broadmore. 2 bedroom. 2 bath, in Gingenvood $13.90000' 1977 AIRSTREAM 25 Many extras like new Only $11.95000 REALTOR TMI DOME 2M16IJ 2M.326r MLS C •• 1410 Neyorfo MioKwov, "Th. Dome" B, ii Byron Graham 293 1447^ '^oomt or tell TomFnary 293 1150 Mel Dunawav 293-2438 Shirley Phillips 293 2005 C.A. "Curly" Smith ^uv Broad i>oni 29;) | >jg Lillian Colhnv 585 7951 Nancy Murphy 293 ,;2 M Harvev .1(3 1937 293 1591 aic aac r

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Tuesday, March 20. 1979 Pace 12 \ GET RBADYI ITS SPRINGI If you had done whet you were luppoaed to do in the fell, the work will be tninimized now. But if cere isn't taken with all of your geer. you can kiss most of'it goodbye before next winter aets in. AU canvas should be teken out for a good and thorough airing and cleaning. Wash it with a gentle soep, avoiding any of the hersh detergents. Make sure it is thoroughly dry before folding carefully and being put away. Check closely to make sure there are no tears or rips in any canvas covering. If there are, repair them right now. If they ire left to that hiture date, chances are it will never come and the item will be useless by the end of the season. And that doesn't even cover the discomfort it can bring during the season when it rains and drops trickle down your neck. If you have never rapaired canvas before, don't just run out and start now. Determine exactly what must be done ind then take a short trip to your local outdoor shop, peecribe the problem to the person behind the counter and with him determine what materials are needed for repair. Never simply sew over anything but a aeparatad Man. If you do, the material will pucker, cause foMs. and create an additional weak spot. Rather than seam it. place a patch over the dannage. If there has been any mildew damage, it will require several good washings and s good long airing out. Never use any of those perfumed sprays in an attempt to rid yourself of a nuldew odor. If you have a nylon covering, never use a harsh detergent on it for cleaning purpoees. Th nylon and synthetics have a coating that will be destroyed by detergenu. Stick to the good old miki aoap and water treatment and a good long airing out. Moat damage occurs not because of wear or the woods, but simple, old• feshioned neglect on the pert of the camper. Metal gear should be inspected for rust spots. A good de-ruster or a very fine piece of emery cloth may be used to remove spots from finished surfaces, i have never tried "naval jelly but I have heard good reports about its nist-removing ability from others. Use common sense in checking over your gear and equipment and the • rest of the summer will be a more pleasant experience. Of RLU UV\W6 MptT5C\PH.%. RM eS5&Jt^U COMRDttgwr Of-(DPSWU. CM >Muw pii ewD^g p^>e a man doesn't hang around long eriough to ask hrr the big question If the fortune tellers forecast doesnt come true, suggest ths.t she take a trip somewhere Tell her to relax and let life take its course; she might be surprised with the outcome. • • • DEAR DEBBIE: Last fall our son was thrilled to come home one weekend and tell us he had been asked to a training ramp of a pro football team It was a dream come true WeU. after two weeks in training camp he injured himself. Three doctors have told him he will never play football again .Now he doesn t do anything all day and hangs around in the local tavern at night. All he talks about is the one chance in his life that he says he blew. WORRIED DAD DEAR DAD: Your son is suffering the kind of bitter disappointment young athletes go through at the beginning of each new sports season There's a good possibility he would have made the team if he hadn't been hurt. But even if he had, every sensible athlete prepares for the day he will no longer be able to play his chosen game Your son s time to qyit just came a little earlier, which doesn't lessen the hurt, but mere ly points out another way of looking at things. Be patient, be' -responsive to him if he wants to talk, and show him that you're .behind him with whatever he chooses to do with his life eventually. • • • DEAR DEBBIE: • I like giving dinner parties when I have had time to prepare for them properly For the third time this month my husband has come home with people from the office to dinner without warning. I barely had food in the house not to mention what a quandary I was in having to decide what preparations to make I don't think it's fair of him to expect me to be an mstant hostess for his improvised luaus LOUISE DEAR LOUISE: Neither do I Tell your husband in no uncertain terms that the next time he brings home surprise guests he can do the cooking for them and make sure he believes you. If he doesn't like that, tell him to be a sport and spring for dinner for the mob at a k>cal restaurant. / The soda fountain wM invented by *n American, John Matthews, m 1832. YOU AND YOUR HEALTir SCABIS8 CONTAGION Dear Dr. Eaae: At last. after suffering an itch for over a week. I've discovered I have scibiaa. How contagioua ia it? Shall the rest of my family take any precautiona? -Mr. Y. Dear Mr. Y.: Bedding and ck>thing should be sterilized. And if there is any doubt, the rest of the family should be treated. Tiny itch mites burrow into the skin. They prefer hands, fokia of the skin and genitals. Severe itching is due to the (act that the mite lays its eggs in the outer layers of the skin, then tunnels underneath, leaving secretiona that sensitise the skin to produce the discomfort. Persistent Kratching may cause secondary infections, producing pustules thst further complicate the condition. If the involvement is stubborn and widespread, better see your doctor. Chances are he will prescribe, an ointment toataining gamma bnuene (also known as Kwell). Untrejted. scabies can spread very rapidly. It can occur among all 'socioeconomic groups, in schools and in hospitals In a recent report five nurses working in the same ward complained di itching papules on the arms, abdomen, waist snd underarm areas. Tests were positive for scabies. All have been taking care of the same patients. Any delay in making the diagnosis of scabies is the reason for spread of an outbreak. Often the rash is attributed to something else to sn allergic reaction or to some other skin condition Self-treatment with ineffective medication accelerates transmission to others. See your doctor for confirmatory diagnoaia and early treatment. The Nevada Frlend.5hlp Force has an international exchange of people (light leaving Las Vegas. June 7, returning June 17 There are seats avail for trip to England. More iafo.. call 730-S37S or 849 4197 or 382-382 A meeting will be held Wed.. April 4. 6:30 to 8 30 p.m at L V Library Conf Room at Charleston Plata Mail If interested in being an ambassador Trom USA. join the program All 50 states It territories of USA & over 30 countries are involved in exchange now going on. Vou are invited to join, but do it now! FREE 2 St Bernards. Female, 7yrs Male. Syr A altered. Both papered Call 649-3827 SECTION 27 >i Acre lot (br I sale by owner. Asking| $17,500 Ph. 5V^9035 Hdn FOR SALE 1974 Ford Gran Torino Elite AM Radio, Panasonic Tape Deck, brand new tires, mag. wheels: good cond Call 382-6366 between 8 am & 4 30 p.m 565 776fl after 8 p m Hdn FOR SALE 1978 5.000 BTU Ref air conditioner $200. CASH Ph 565-0711 Hdn FOUR PLEX .New. 3200 sq l\. .sprinklers, block wall. $108,500 .So Hurry! Ownerlicen.see. 453 2224 SHARP' 1975 Custom Dodge Van $5004 take over pymts. Call after 5 pm 564 2230 Hdn FREE PUPPIES 6 wks old. Mother. Irish Setter. Father, unknown 565-9453 Hdn WANTED TO BUY • 10 HP BOAT MOTOR. Reasonable 203-2472 B C. SUZUKI 90 DIRT Bike Good shape. Would like to sell or trade for small outboard engine 293-4348. B.C. BABYSITTER NEEDED for 15 mo old son. Tues A Wed.. 9a m.toSp.m 2934382.8 0. • Hendewon Home News and Boulder Qlty NewT REALTORS 125 W. lokcMMdDr., Henderson, Nevodo • 565-8947 • STARTING OUT? Make the break from deadend renlaMiving to tax saving home ownership with this two bedroom home. So clean you can move right in and the landscaping is great. .Automatic sprinklers and lots of cement work make the yard easy to care (otPriced $41,500 eve.s call 585-8947 THE EVERYTHING HOUSE!! Three bedrooms two bath with range. refriReralbr with icemaker, dishwasher, washer-dryer, custom drapes and good carpets thru-out — Wail there's more! — A pool with the equipment A beautifully decorated home priced right at $77,000 eves Call 565-9453. Hey Folks, Remember The UUNORY & DRY CLEANERS At Albttsen's Shopping Center it doing HaaRHffiCH AGAINI 8 lb. load $5.00 '208 BIdr. Hwy. Henderson Hr: 7 om-9 pm Some tay it'i best to plant potatoes on starry nights. 7 0ays Wk FRUSTRATED' DON T BE! \ We have a ttiree bedroom. 2 bath npw home for under$45.000 Range, drapes and carpets are a part ofthe decor of this home. Clojse to the park Priced at $44,000 I A GREAT PLACE TO GROW KIDS! Well cared for 4 bedroom, 2 bath family home on a quiet cul-de-sac Kitchen appliances include range, dishwasher. and disposal Draperies and carpet stay. Double garage Lawn front and rear Fenced rear and sides. Located in the desirable Black Mountain area Good assumption or financing av ailable. $82,500 Evenings 584-2332 PANORAMIC VIEW Ofthe entire Vegas Valley is yours from this custom beauty with over 3100 square feet Extra features are numerous throughout the home including a see-through fireplace between family-room and livingroom Sunken dining-room. Huge country kitchen features custom cabinejs with built-in china hutch, island, pantry, and black matching appliances. Situated on 14 acres high In the foothills of Section 27. Evenings 584-2332. EASY LIVING Will be yours in this spectacular 3 bedroom. 3 bath home. Floor plan includes an enormous living-room and family-room with wall to wall fireplace and wet bar. Spacious kitchen has an 8 f>. breakfast bar and built-in music center. 3200 sq n. of living srea for the family who likes ro'om to breathe. $06,000 Evenings 564-2332. A NEW BEGINNING For the whole family can be yours with this pleasant Desert Hills home Large living-room and family-room, country kitchen. 3 Bedrooms. 2 Baths New carpet in living-room and new no wax floor in the kitchen. Also includes a fenced rear yard and screened in patio. At a super price of $56,000 Evenings 56423.32 BUYERS PRICE 3 Bedroom. 2 Rath awaits you and your family in this conveniently located home. Large backyard completely fenced k much more Eves 585-8897 LAND PARADISE HILLS Good investment property S acres • $35,000. 5 ACRES IN PAHRUMP Good level land only 30 minutes from Vegas • Priced $14,000. 5\CHES Section 4 Vice and I'\< I Potential C-2 Evenings 585 6897 C-235.\CRES Ideal spot for fast food, offices, or Ice cream Parlor. Faces Boulder Highway in the vicinity of K-Mart. Evenings 585-6807 Section 9 565-6807. 4 .ACRE LOTS View Lotsi Evenings % GET OUT OF TOWN 4 5 acres of land In the Overton area. Zoned agricultural and irrigation wateravailable This would be a good.building site for a person who wants to retire outside of Las Vegas valley Evenings call 564 5416 CAU h ntlE MARKET ANALYSIS OF YOUR HOMI. W\NTED TO RENT • apart meni prefer 1 bdrm.. unfurn. Semi-retired, responsible male. Please call 870-5216 BC:aner6pm MOBILE HOME Kit Stateliner. 10x55, 1 bdrm.. air. awning. k skirting Adult Park. Furn. $7,500 Call 293-3391 B.C • FOR SALE Fender Accou stical Guitar Brand newSi 00 Debbie nr Cary at 293 1247 B C CANT QUALIFY With $8,000 down you can assume my Tt"r loan Nicely reiAodeled. 3 Bdrm Tract 2 home on a culde sac Call for appt to see 585-0674 or Page at 381-7193 NEEDED Woman in the am. to assist in LIGHT housework and in some personal assistance Call 293-2440 or 2931881 BC YARD SALE Thurs k Fri. 9 am til 2 208 Lakeview Dr.. BC FOR SALE • mobile hom8 bdrm.. Turn air. awning| skirting. 293-3630 BC. CARE (f) ^V 'There is no substitute for Exporiono*' •WK BUUR AEALTYREAITOR? 833 NEVADA HWY.. B.C. 293-2171 or 293-3402 m REALTOR i AFTER HOURS CALL: Bob Blair „... 293-2049 Carl Cowan 293 1499 \ndrea Anderson 293 2158 Katie Cartlidge 293 2254 Michele Hess 293-1277' Tom Bryan „ 293-3475 Claude.Smilh 293-4020 MIS _£ LOVELY 3BDRM.2 yard. Drapes, dishw 3BdQ/^.%tlf)il( condition (-f-nced 00 FINE LOCATION 3 BdW/t.HhtlfJlock con.struction. carport. Bit in range. W8|JHOiFpfT)rape Only $53,000 EXCELLENT BUY. 1840sq ft .4bdrm. 2 bath. pool,jacuiii,2 car gar, block wall, Auto sprinklers $90,000 GOOD LAKE VIEW, custom 3 bdrm., l*i bath, formal dining room, large gar sun deck. 2 palio* Only $89,000 BEAUTIFUL 4 bdrm.. l' bath, custom decorating, sprinklers, washer k dr>er block wall fencing, fine view. 2 car garage, fireplace. $86,000 NEAR LAKE MEAD New custom 4 bdrm 2 bath 2 car garage. 1806 sq. ft living space. Fiieplace, patio. All electric Auto sprinklers See us f jr details. BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM Modular home on estate lot 2250 sq ft Garage 2 bdrm 2 bath Formal dining room Immaculate landscaping Close to airport for the executive pilot or one who wishes a beautiful view. LOVELY TWO STORY. 4 bdrm 2H baths. 18x38 heated pool spa, fireplace, auto sprinklers, 2 car garage, 8x20 Greenhouse. EXCELLENT.PUY ONLY $85,000 00 TERRIFIC VIEW, 4 bdrm 2^ baths, on 88 acres, fam rm rireplace.over2.500sq ft ,2crgarage.FINECUSTOM BUY' BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM, 3 bdrm den 2 full baths, shake roof, rec rm 24x24 fireplace, spectacular view, on approx W acre lot. $129,500 00 NEAR GOLF COURSE, CUSTOM 4 bdrm 2 full k 2 V, baths large patio, fam. rm. fireplace, approx 3.400 sq ft brick home with excellent view, RE \L EXECUTIVE HOME LOTS OF TREES, in fine area, brick 3 bdrm ftreplace has basement, wood floorv carport, this home has many xtra features. ONLY $89,900.00. WE HAVE CUSTOM HOMES UNDER CONSTRUCTION all in fine areu, tee u^ for info, and prices. !!? ^'*KA. 3 bdrm 2 b.ilh, dining rm, 2 car garage has 18x32 n pool with Jacuni (heated), block wall SEE THl.'s 9o3.9uO.00. SPECTACULAR CUST( M. 4 bdrm ,2 \ baths.approx 3 400 sq fl fine landscaping, fenced, auto sprinklers, large finished garage, fireplace, fam rm 2lar?e patios SEE US FOR INFO r ,•> • :. u.-. EXCELLENT HOME, 3 bdrm, 2 bath, new carpet draper covered patio, SEE THIS FINE BUY AT $88,500 00 MOBILE ESTATE LOT Adults only. 24 x 44. 2 bdrm 2 hath Mobile Home Desert landscaped, fenced, auto sprinklers extra large carport All this for only $90,000 MOBILE HOME ON ESTATE LOT. 2 bdrm covered pa(lo Large carport for boat, etc SEE THIS $49,900 00 IMMACULATE. 4 bdrm, 2Hi bath, lovely landscaping formal dining rm fenced. 2 car garage, auto sprinklers. GRE\T BUY AT $82,000 00 APPROX 1,890 S^ bath 565-8172 after 3 For rent 3 bdrm 2 bfh house. Carport, large fenced yard. Mo pets 2931423 FOR SALE 1975 Travelere Travel trailer 30 ft fully loaded. • self contained 293 .3507 after3 30pmBC KEUY'S 6USS A MIRROR CO. Complete Glass Services 5700 Boulder Highway 24 Hr Service 451-5153 FOR RENT 3 bdr 2 bath, house, carport, large fenced yard.no pets. 293 1423 BC RICK S M\RINE SERVICE Certified Merc Mfch lOyr^ e\p Mere .Volvo. Chr\A|pi k JelOMC .Sfi-S 79,V) Hrin BOULDER REALTY REALTORS WLs 293-3300 FOR INFORMATION CALL: 293-3932 CUTE OIE lEDIOOM HOME la Cmtni BeMw CMy, Nm ataeUnMB tUlH Mri iaa^MMiMi. Updated phuibliit aad wMi. Perfart atarter baac wM hrgr le< aad plenty •f reM to cipead. tr.SOO.OO. OVER 2.000 SQ FT OF SPACIOUS UVING in this 4 bdrm 2^t bath home Block wall with welbar-and firep lace in fam rm Call for details ATTRACTIV;E3|inMy4|\ OMneRjp|ME located in tree-shaded nei|hboropecidrular home YOU WILL ENJ painted, in tip-to( storage, large Much. much, more [>drik.2 tiath home Krovhiy la llrk:eirojt driveway R V -^k]Mr#. only YOU WILL ENJOY THIS HOME IN THE YEARS TO | COME — Brick constructed 4 bdrm. 24 bath on large shaded grounds, a view of Lake Mead and so much more Located in BC at 1308 Denver St Call for details and appt to see START THE NEW YEAR OUT RIGHT with this 2 storv. 3 bdrm. 24 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. BUILDING LOT IN SUBDIVISION 11 High lot] with a beautiful view. Owner is a licen.sed real] estate salesman. 4* ON THE SIDE OF A MOUNTAIN! Beaut jf\j| raised lot overloolting the lake with unrestricted viewOne of a Kind!. EXCELLENT FAMILY HOME. 4 bdrm.. iv bath, with family rm., Large corner lot with fenced in backyard. Excell. neighborhood. BRIDE OF OWNERSHIP describes this lovely spacious 3 bdrm., 1% bath home with swimming pool. Excellent location. Call our ofHce for deUils. BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME on one of thes subdivision 11 lots we have listed. Call for information. BEAUTIFUL M X 0 MOBILE HOME and landscaped lot Covered patio and carport with room for RV parking 3 roomi of nirniture included Thit is an excellent buy Janice Crawford ~ J83-2275 Deinna Keele .293 1492 Rick Shea .283-3205 W.R. (Winnie Clark) 2B3-UU Pat Shuman -— _,. .....293-4790 Diana Leseberg L. 293 2729 June Hanaen 2934223 416 Nevada Highway Boulder City, Nevada Phone 293-3232 FOUND Purebred Pomeranian dog. Friday on Water St Ph. Henderson Police Dept 985-8933 ext. 25. MUST GIVE AWAY 2 MIXED BREED PUPPIES. Call 569-8191 Hdn BOULDER CITY LUXURY APARTMENTF0RRENT2 bdrm furn. or unfurn swimming pool, laundry room. Leisure Living for just $350. per mo 1st, last and $100 depo 293 4351 or 293 1975. No pets BC CUSTOM 4 BDRM 2 BATH ACROSS FROM GOLF COURSE. Dimng rm., large master bedroom, fireplace, block wall, corner lot Many extras Priced for" quick sale $84,900 293-4630 B C FOR SALE • 1978 5.000 BTU Ref air conditioner $200 Cash 565 0711 Hdn FOR SALE New kitchen stove wdouble oven. Frig., freerer. washer-dryer. 584 1685 Hdn NEVADA iNN now taking applic.itions for mature maid. 293 2044 BC EXPERIENCED Delivery help wanted. Permanent, fiood pay. 565 8648 OPEN HOUSE Sot., Mor. 17 1—4 p.m. 381 Kimberly Dr. Nrross Sireci from GolfJ Koursr Bcauliful .irca k\ |homeon4acrew unlimited! ipiilpntial Boulder Hwy .ui'si on Major, around G'olfJ fCourse to (Jrccnway. 4th SI Ion rich! JEd Post Realty, Realtor j 458-1181 INTERNAL REVENUE SER VICE Average Itemized De duction Chart, s'end $1 to T\\ CHARTP.O Box 12990. Las Vegas. Nv 89112 INrOMETAX SERVICES.vrs IKS experience and. 10 yrs selfemployed tax service Get all the deductions leg,]|ly allowed Call Carole DePue for appt 565 7468 I TAX WPAUTION -miAiu— By appointment HUBERT MORRIS 565-7071 pwwwwwwwwwa Henderson Auto ^aintenancL' 2100 Mo.ser Drive 564-3648 General repair No imports FOR SALE 1971. Chevrolet Impala. Air. radio, heater, good transportation $900 • Ph 564 5853 Hdn FOR SALE Cotton wiping rags Any quantity. All white or assorted colors Come by 575 W Lalie Mead. Hdn or call 564-2821 PART TIME OR FULLTIME WORK Be your own boss. Work your own hours. Have your own Fuller brush route $8 to $8 per hour starting 878-0254 I'— • • -— — • HOME FOR SALE 3 bdrm 2 bath, garage, large fenced yard, automatic sprinkler system $64,900 293-3843 BC HELP WANTED • Station at tendani Experienced Apply at Ztke's Hdn Tex aco. Water k Lake Mead Hdn INSIDE DOORS Screen door w hdw Your choice. $5 each 564 1848 Hdn STARS Of TOMORROW ARE HINO RORN TODAY AT DANCE THEATRE WEST LADIES!! Avoid Joining expensive spas Our sliTnnasticsclass is available on a week to week basis. Come in and lose those unwanted inches. GARCIA CONCRETE CONTRACTOR License 15333 Bonded 565 9928 FOR SM.E BY OWNER xul. division II lol Vo 89 $22 .%00 terms Call area rnde 714 7218995 ( • .illhriiok (ill. collect Joiz-Top-Gymnastlct and Bollet Starting age 3 A up 293-3677 fe=CF acz= aal FOR RENT-1 bdrm house, liv ing room kitchen combination, unfurn., very clean. Rent $200. a month, first, last and $50 cleaning deposit required. Call 293 ,3529 after 6 p m BC SECURITY POSITION sought by young man. Experienced w-equipment 282 Tungsten. Hdn FOR SALE 1962 Chevy StepVan 1 ton Model B $600 282 Tungsten. Hdn FOR RENT -1 bdrm furn. apt. Close to downtown. $180 per mo & deposit. Call 564 5488 Hdn FOR SALE 1970 MAVERICK. $350 or best offer Ph 564317B Hdn I GCNOUU CONTUCTOt yu.ililN Work Kemoiicl Cusioms ^ Fr.imiM>; Concri'te P.iliov. Etc Licensed It Ronded S64-S303 TO LIVE IN OR TRAVEL 1978 3rCarriage Selfcontained. all weather Must see to ap preciate Also 1977 Sil verado 4 \ 4 Camper Spe cial Both for $16,500 or Trailer .separate 564 3879 Hdn MOBILE HOME Vdults only Ginilerwood Park 24 v 44 2 bdrm 2 bath. Ref air. Very nice only $28,500 1727 Teakwood. after 5 p m. or weekends B.C. FOR SALE • 1975 Fleelwood Mobile Home $2,000 down. Take over payments. Ph. 5642707 Hdn BLACK MOUNTAIN Owner selling this attractive 3 bdrm.5 bath Lewis Home on a large Cul de Sac lot Spectacular city view, pool k many extras, plus low assumption Asking $65,000 Ph 565 0337 Hdn FOR SALE 1973 Honda ST90 $200 Ph 565 0403 Hdn FOR SALE 1978Camaro. auto. pwr steering k brakes, 17.500 miles, asking $5500 569-9299 Hdn UNFURNISHED HOUSE FOR RENT Adults only No pets. 23 W Basic Rd, Hdn. NEW Custom Home for sale by owner. 3 bdrm 2 bath. 2 car garage, Tireplace. walk in pantry k large storage area On 4 acre lot. Ph. 989^0149 Hdn • APT FOR RENT Util paid, call aft 9 p m 565 9318 Hdn f/f. Your home is your castle Try Die HENDERSON PIAZA ARTS. 2 Bedroom Rim. ftUnfura Pool 730 Center St Hda ^ Hrepbces Ph. 516-76281 etodWais altarSpjiiJ MOSSEfTS MASONRY I (Dean Mosser "l^/i Mason Contractor^-' J Ua No. 147M j[ FOR RENT • ICltchenette*. $20 wk. Ltllitlct paid. Shady Real Motel. 56S-76M8. ( FOR ALL YOUR GLVSS NEEDS'/ NATURWAY Sr^ NATURAL ^7*.''f 293-1144 ^,: 13111* NevHwv.tfC 10% OFF TO SENIOR CITIZENS on Vliamlns, Minerals. Prolebia, Capsulaled Herba and Aloe Vera Gel ONLY! ANGELUS OVERHEAD CAMPER Sleeps 6 Ph 565^8296 after 5 Hdn FOR SALE 1969 Pontiac Bon neville New tires Good motor k transmission Rear end body damage $.35(5 44 Ma'lory. Hdn. Aft#r 5 pm 5657444 \ VERY FINE PORTABLE GE STEREO RECORD PLAYER Excel tone New diamond needle $35; Finch, including cage $10 Ph 565 7073 IBM SELECTRIC TVPEWRl TER Excellent cond Price $300. Call 451-2108. ask for Richard Lee HOUSEKEEPING WD LVUNDRV Help wanted Exper helpful, excell fringe benefits Apply in person between 9 am and 3 pm BC Care Center. 601 \dams Blvd B.C. HELP WVNTED Part time waitress k dishwasher. \pply in person 2126 S. Boulder Hwy Hdn Spring Vacuum Cleaner spe cial Tune up $4 50 SORENSEN S 509 .\vt. C 293-3770 B C 1976 • 22 ft Horiion Day Cruiser. 460 Ford Burkley jet with place dispenser, must see to appreciate. $6800 293-4017 B C r MIVADAn REPAIR I We repair i Appliances, lawn mower I I Home Repairs f j Cooler Repairs I Located in Jack's Rental Center L 440 Water St. \LL RE\DV TO MOVE IN 1973 Weslchesler Mobile Home for sale 12x60.com pletely furn Drapes, fenced k shed Vskine $8500 Ph 5658806 Hrin FOR SALE Adding Machine Mark 200 $75 Call 564 2558 Hdn REDUCED $999 'Must Sell 12x60 Mobile Home in Hender son. Extra large corner lot Partly furnished or unfurnished New skirts, carpets.' drapes, palio. washer dryer. Owner will finance 871 1724 XPARTMENT FOR RENT IN HENDERSON 2 l)drm.un furn washer dryer, refrig fairly new $260 mo plus security dep Call 87H4887 FOR SALE BV OWNER 3 bdrm 2 full baths, large fenced lol desert landscap ing. carpel, drapes Sec to approci.ilr Principals (inl> Price $41,900 Ph .')65 84I5 Hdn FOR RENT 2 hdrm dpi 168 Judy Lane $265 per mo In eludes drapes, carpets, oven. refriK. garbage disposal k storage rm Coin opr washer-dryer 451-7742 or 456 0620 Xreyou living with a Drinl ing Problem"''If so. why not try Al -'Anon Meet nigs are Tues 10 a m St Tijnothy s Episcopal Church Tues 8pm Club. .SI Water St Wed 7 30 p m St Rose dc Lima Hosp For more in formation, call 565-9963 YARD MAN looking for yarn work, willing to work any hours Will trim lawn, trees, shrubs and will do raking Call between 8 am and 4 pm any time during week 293^^1 lit AREA NEW CONDO i\' BOULDER CITY 2 bdrm take over buyerli contract $3,000 below current price Call 4918349 BABYSITTER NEEDED in Gordon McCaw area before A after school 989-7319 evening* Hdn FOR SALE -10 KW rontinuou* duty trailer mounted generator 1100 hrs $1,000 282 Tungsten, Hdn CLTOM n.C/\RntTT' RCaLTV PHONE 293-3333 Vivian Richards 293'17,57 Bart Hvde 293 2144 Carol Ro^l^h 293 49,'>0 Elton M Gatrelt 293 2a3b 354 Ntvodo Hwy., Boulder C LOTS OF DIVISION 11-4 acre, high on hill, $28,000 HIGH 0.\ THE .MOUNtAIN Below Appraisal Master bedroom suite has Jacuzzi and Fireplace Must see to appreciate this luxury home $115,000 NEW LEWIS HOME-.4 bedroom. 2 bath, family room Priced right at S76.50a RARE FIND .3 bedrooms. 2 ha^*< MOBILE. HOME FOR >iALE dhl wide in Moored Fenced yard. RefriR air 3 bdrm W, bath. Call 293 4350 BC LEARN A LACRATIVE VOCATION FREE! Trainees wanted. 21 dealers, Keno writers. Cage Cashiers. Get paid while you learn. Guaranteed downtown Las Vegas after 1 year. (Nevada Hotel). Guranteed Las Vegas Strip(DeVille Casino) after 2 years. (Both same tnanagement.) Apply in person. 122 WATER ST.. HENDERSON RAINBOW CASINO THtC sac one GA"(Mii" Siulk m Licensed Real Estate Broker — HOMES — LARGE FAMILY ROOM" 3 bedroortfi 2 bath double garace total Only $69,500. 1600 .square feet EXCELLENT.LOCATION" 4 bedrooms. 2 baths. A Rood buy $74.500 00. NEAR THE GOLF COURSE!' • 3 bedroom. 2 ^ath. new. Excellent location. Fireplace 73.50000 NEW BEAl'TIFUL" 3 bedroom. 2 bath, double BaraRC Poo' $74,500on 4 BEDROOM.2 BATH" Garage converted fenced excellent location $71,900 DESERT LANDSCAPED!: 3 bedroom. 2 bath. Excellent location $74500 00 — MOBtU HOMES -> 14 X 70 NEW $22,500 00" Adults only •3bedroijips. 2 ojths. nimediate possession IN GINGERWOODADULTS" 2 bedroom. 1 bath. $15,400 00 BEAUTIFUL SPLIT LEVEL" ADULTS ONLY" 1508 square feet 26'X 40 Includes Mountain Vista lol $59.800 00 PRICE REDUCED" ADULTS $33,900 00 buys this near new mobile home i n M&M Park 12\80EXPANDO!' 1988 Broadmore. 2 bedroom. 2 bath, in Gingenvood $13.90000' 1977 AIRSTREAM 25 Many extras like new Only $11.95000 REALTOR TMI DOME 2M16IJ 2M.326r MLS C •• 1410 Neyorfo MioKwov, "Th. Dome" B, ii Byron Graham 293 1447^ '^oomt or tell TomFnary 293 1150 Mel Dunawav 293-2438 Shirley Phillips 293 2005 C.A. "Curly" Smith ^uv Broad i>oni 29;) | >jg Lillian Colhnv 585 7951 Nancy Murphy 293 ,;2 M Harvev .1(3 1937 293 1591 aic aac r

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mmmmmmmm Henderson Child Core Center Doily ft Weekly Rotts St. Peter's Hall, Boulder Hwy. 565-9384 "j WANTED • Used practice piano. U Keyboard Reasonable Ph 594S Good Condition Hdn MSTANTCASN lilt iwi U Mortgae and Trust Deed* PRANK lOZAl 3124234 l7a44M \sli yeur neighbor, he k9ms me PAINTER interior, eiterior. IS yeirs eiperiencr For free estimate, call }<^IN WANTED Desk Clerk Part time & graveyard shift Lake Mead Best Weetern Motel. Lake Mead k Water St. Hdn. HENDERSON RENTAL Very plush. 2 bdrm pool, sauna, etc $180 Prestige Addresses 457-4733 •74 DODGE 4x4 Pickup 81.000 ml. Air. auto & more $4200 ^1471 BC DI.\L A THOUGHT 732-0472 WANTED • Chevy Pans En Rine>. Irinsfflitsions. eir Cash or trade Kelly Gjass 451 9153 DRESSMAKING ALTERS TIONS & MENDING Also laundry & ironing ser\ice 565 604 Hdrt .ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Opitn Mttting: Wed., 8:00 p.m. PUUC INVITED: 51 WattrStrtct 545-7073 BIG HENDERSON HOME Family. 3 plus 2. air. car pets, fenced $350 Prestige Addresses 457-4733 HOl'SE FOR RENT • kids 4 pets ok. 3 bdrm fenced yd.. $350 Isl. last It dep. 458 4106 after 6pm FREE FIL!* OR CAJH DIS COUNT ON ALL FIL^S. frlntcd and develefed at VAN S NEV.4DA ORIC. BOl U>EII CITV. NV. DOES YOtR RATHROOM MtRLITE NEED REPLAC ING^ Free Eilimatet. SMZtll Hdn DRIVER S LICENSE TESTS fuesday and Wednesday g:4S am lo 12 noon 1pm lo4l$rm. City annei Civic Center 200 Water Street Room • "•••••••• tttk,,,%' Uo YEARS *:XPERIENCE; TTRIMMINO AND REMOVING: JTREES Serving HendersonJ I arei.ZWailS '* nKOIATINO SIRvta painting wall papering • interior exterior RAim55-0S7| Bojided li licensed Building for rent. 28 x 50 Ideal for meetings, dance studio, etc Has rest room facilities & bar Contact Gordon Kline. 565-8349 or 565^2075 BOAT TOPS & COVERS Rv Bull Custom Canvas ft Awning 1628 Boulder Hwy. Ph. 564-1098 I NEED TO SELL YOUR HOUSE? WE WILL BUY IT NOW! U 293-1613 G A "Curly" SmilS, ln< BEST YET MAINTENANCE Residential house & yard cleaning. Licensed. Spring Special ... Carpets shampooed. M room. $20. Each additional room $10. • Michael and Susan Grabhorn 293-5444 FREE 1 puppy Mixed breed 5658191 Hdn HAVE YOU GOT TWO?? 293-5462 JOHN WOODRUFF with ROBERTS REALTY \ 2 -Bdrm House in Boulder CUV Then we should get together We have a QUALIFIED buyer who wants a 2 Bdrm now Please call JOHN WOOD Rl'FF with ROBERTS RE\LTY T.AKE OVER PAYMENTS on Litton Stove. .Microwave on lop. BoltoTH oven, and Ceramic Cooking Surface 565-7556 8-STEEL GAR.AGE DOOR. J65 55.000 BTl' Heater. $65 Car Stereos & Misc 565 0905 Hdn m Realty A liH-nM Stiff tf SO nvftuiMMif wHb ^ ^^^m SPECI.\L-SPECIAL-SPECIAL OF THE WEEK Extra large lot with exceptional two bedroom, Ig. countrjkitchen, double garage with Genie, plus carport. All for $48,500. No. 326. SWEET .AND SIMPLE Style of living in this, super mobile home located in Henderson. Has two bedrooms, family room, 14 x 60 with acreage and has a patio what a bargain at $29.500..Call REALTY E.XECUTIVES. Realtor at 726-8551 or Evenings at 564-2765 No. 292. NATURE 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 2cargaraRe and located in Henderson. Priced at $77,950 Call KEALTY E.XECUTIVES. Realtor at 736-8551 or Evenings at 564-2765 No. 284. 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 1^ 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. SE.ARCHING For a home for less than $30,000? Wdl, • you've finally found it. This mobile home is located in Henderson's Mobile Home Estates. Has 3 bedrooms, a Ben Franklin fireplace and plenty of room for a young family Block wall fencing and priced for $28,000 Call evenings at 564-2765. No. 401. AUCnON Public ConMKnmeni Sat. March 24 1 p m 675 Nevada Highway. Bou Irter City. Nevada We liave t>Mn tonngnrd com* real fin* merrtiandiie for our sale Saturday, inrludina New fishing equipment tools • appliances complete chma sets • radios tv • boblis' collectibles & much furniture in excellent condition. The following is only a partial list. Kitchen table w-4 chairs dininc room latile w 6fhairs complete bed^w headboards,mattress*s4 Box springsrefrigerator china closet bookcase beautiful lamps buffet golf vein mirror chairs dresserbunlcbedsi mattress' lovely sofa. Mice new much, much more i!ood furniture and appliances. Plus vacuums pictures frames glassware • pots & pans albums linens encylopedias • games & hundreds of other items II you would like to consign anything to the auction, please bring it tolhe Elks UfdgeSaturday morninR between 7 a.m. & noon Call us if you have any questions A part time or full time route servicing T Shirt display racks in retail stores Starter route $2655 Route 1 $4920 Route 2 S9M0 COMPANY ESTABIJSHED ACCOUNT Ph Toll free 1 800 824 7888. operator 505 day or night. Best Way Products, Inc 58.34 Robertson Avenue Carmichael. CA 95606 EXECUTIVE POOL HOME 4 plus 2, garage, great area. Modern $500. Prestige Address. 457-4733. TOO YOUNG FOR AIRLINES BUT WOULD LIKE TO TRAVEL Large tirm has openings for 10 sharp eirls & guys On the job training Transportation & Hotel furnished High earnings & $500. bonus Travel all excil ing cities & resort areas in U S Must be sharp, over 18 & free to start immediately For inter view call Mrs Bales. 4588810 Wed Thurs. Fri 10 am to 5 p.m only. Nevada Palace TREES TRIMMED-REMOVED STUMPREMOVXL Licensed ft In.iured 40 Vrs Exper BOUlOf I TREE Sf RVICE I MOVING MUST SELL! Brown velvet sofa & love seat. Morse Electrophonic Disco Juke Box Both -like new. TV-Stereo cabinet Set of Realistic cabinet speakers. 135 Atlantic Hdn A cnoN UCTIONERING SOB Nevada Highway • BouidBrCity Darwin BUB> 29^5308 Boh Olspii Realty & Imumucp Inc. ra Renllor^MiS ^^% 6 Wilier St.. Weju/jTJto/i TSj I REAiro* ittl-lS.il REALH EXECUTIVES Strviii t^ NfMtfSM m NvMlf uty Aftl HM Nftwiil RtltcfltiM Strvica Fill Calar Sbawcua af HRitt Ms^wy vMmfaav Satoi PnfraH ^ HOME OF THE SUPER AGQiTS ^ LUeu Ml ZONING 75 acre close to Boulder Highway in Pittman Completely fenced lot with access on 3 sides Two bedroom house in additional bidf for ofrice WELL ESTABLISHED BAR On Boulder Hwy Lot it approx 65x370 and includes 2 bdrm house Seatjngfor 22 plus booths, and 2 pool tables Call us for more details COMMERCIAL PROPERTV^ON WATER ST. •• Two bdrm.l bath townsite bouse Pull basement with sliding glass door in kitchen $50,000 LUCRATIVE GLASS BUSINESS Only glass business in Henderson It Boulder This includes 1875 fq ft. of commercial land near Boulder Hwy AM inventory, 4 trucks and 2 bedroom Townsue *re also Included Call Morrell for more complete details MOVE TO PAHRUMP Five acres for only $15,000 SECTION 4 -1'' Acre wiU> water* power Levelled and ready to build Zoned RR $25,000 MISSION HILLS HOME 3 bdrm 2 bath with 2 car garage Wet bar in family room Covered front porch with tieautifvil vi^w of Vegas Valley 2 5 ACRES Ml PROPERTY Located on Sunset Road • Close to Boulder HWT 15.000 sq ft Bdg Area Plenty of olTstreel parking 565-8ie MaiTall RaiiTy is a NaaiafaM wtn CVAirN MORRELl ...BROKIR P^GCOLE 5641754 BARBARA MfVAIR MILUE POTTER 4} WATII ST HfNMKON, NfVAOA 293^274 5650663, INFLATION FIGHTER 3 Br 2 Bath with parquet floor in kitchen, dining, large laundry room, extensive professional mirror work, sprinkler system, front and rear, priced to sell fast at $43,000 and no qualifying INVESTORS WINDFALL 3 Br 1 and '4 baths with 1 car garage, upgraded carpet and drapes, slidingglass door to patio, new vanities in both baths. Butcher Blockcountertopt.good investment and good living Call for details. BIGGER AND BETTER THAN NEWI This Is II cutie Home is immaculate, 3 Br with fireplace, panelling and double insulation, extra thermal protection throughout Fenced. Very Nice Hir.HLV UPGRADED IN DESIRABLE NEIGHBOR HOOD Price has been reduced Enlarged living room, 2 Br Plus Den fc 23 X 12 Famllyroom, plus lots of other extras Tastefully decorated and pride of ownership 80' drive for RV k Boat Exceptional Home MOVE UP IN STYLE '7 Thinking of a COOL POOL for the Summer monthsahead We have one with thi* 3 Br 1 and '1 baths Pool is kidney shaped, has lots of cool decking maintenance free yard for the working people who like to come home on tiiose hot summer nights and RELAX Interior artistically decorated with wallpaper* mirrors, large walk in'closets. upgraded carpel NOT AS EXPENSIVE AS YOU THINK? ONLY SMALL IN PRICE High on the Hill, 3 Br. 1^ baths. House had balanced power, country style kitchen. Garage with garage door opener, formal dining room. 12 t 10 family room, very nice and would you believe, small amount of cash for equity and assume loan Beautiful view of Mountains and Las Vegas Call for appointment to see. HORSE LOVERS or just space to move around one acre of land with a beautiful 3 Bdrm l\ bath with almost 2000 sq ft, car peting. drapes. 20 x 24 Family room, spacious in every form, furnishings available if wanted 2 Fireplaces in Living room in Family room Range k Refrigerator included Fenced yard with sprinkler system in front Very nice, comfortable and priced right FAMILY OPERATED BUSINESS in Fast Crowing Hen derson Right downtown. Family operated, good invest;nent Small amount of cash sets yqu up in profitable going business. Will give details and tuW information lipoD request OVER 83 ACRES Beautiful View of Entire Valley Priced to sell all or part \FTER HOURS CALL JEANNE A OLSEN DE MARCO BROKER PETE..J OLSEN SALESMAN VIRGIL McKINNEV. SALESMAN JANET SHAW. SALESMAN ...:.„ LORIN WILUAMS. SALESMAN PAULINE "TINA" WILLIAMS. SALESMAN MICHAEL P BERGEMEYER salesman 584 2772 565 0425 585^0491 S6M0M M4 5853 54^S8S3 • mToassavwaTWMiwso,^^,,^ /v FOR SALE USED PONTOON. BOAT: 28 FOOT, rebuilt with new factory made aluminum pontoons; twin 35s. completely fenced for safety: shade top for sleeping, diving. See at Weekender Boat Shop on Boulder Highway. Henderson. $4,000 CASH. Private owner. Ask Bill Reynolds about it. TtWF! TRMIF" '•' Coachman, refrig. stove, toilet, gas. 12* 1 lOvolt lighting, water tank and heater Sleeps six Excell. cond. $3000. 293-5484 BC ac jr S THE PAKRAT 293-4709 Antiques k Itnports Is now accepting quality an tiques on consignment If you have something you would like to sell. Call us at BC JK ar i > BY OWNER: ^ilffst one in Henderson. 12 x 60 Bill more Furn fenced skirted. 2 sheds In immacu late cond Must be seen to be appreciated Firit $13,500 takes 584-1175 NEEDED IN BOULDER CITY Experienced tax consultant Evenings 293 2323 RE\THIS lovely 4 rm Oat Pool, all extras Sharp! $160 Prestige. Addresses 457-4733. RECEPTIONIST WANTED for ins office Must talk well on phone Some typing k Hling required Prefer Hender son resident. 35-45 yrs old w-high school diploma No smoking Call 564 3380.for interview WANTED • Office furniture, books, bookcases 293 j780 a(^er6pm BC BVBV QUILTS, homemade Preciously unique bab.\ quilts and pillows. Make wonderful gifts on any occa sion Very, very reasonable Call day or nite Debbie or leave message with Garv 283 1247 B C DESPERATE Need at once Couple w five children needs Trailer Space for 14x70 Mobile Home in Hen derson area PLEASE call 565^0920 anHime m JENSEN'S REALTY UJ 219 WATER ST. •lAitotS HENDERSON, NV. 8901S fwKH""""'' •564-3333 T X SFECIAl OF THE WEEK New 2 bdrm home inTast growing area Great starter house" Upgraded carpeting throughout Solid birch cabinets This is a real buy at $,33,000 00 Call Randy 54-.3333 ONLY $49,500 3 Bdrm home with large country kitchen with plenty of dining area plus a formal dining room with chan'i delier Plenty of room to grow a Call Alice 564-3333 MISSION HILLS lot with beautiful view overlooking Las Vegas Valley $17,000 I Call Sue 564-3333 CLEAN. SHARP HOME OVERLOOKING COUNTRY CLUB 3 bdrm. IS bath with unobstructed view of the valley. Car^l drapes, lawn (front and sides) Priced right. ''-'^^ Call AI 564-3333 CHOICE BUILDING LOT IN SECTION IP^Maiijr beautiful custom homes in the area Call Sue 564-3333 BEAUTIFUL 4 bdrm 2 hath home in Section 27. I Spacious custom built home with many extras CarI pets, drjpes throughout Fenced yard fireplace Ad joining h acre may l>e purchased to make this a I acre ranch Call 564-.XtO| MAKE YOUR FAMILY AT HOME in this 3 Bdrm 2 Rath House Close to schools Cxtrj large family room Fenced back vard Sprinklers front and back. Call Handy 564 3333 SPRING IS JUST AROUND THE CORNER Why not Stan out in this 3 bdrm home with a one bedroom apartment attached This oversiied lot af I fords unlimited possibilities For more informational on this unique ofTrr call Randy 564 .U13 STARTING AT $8,000 00 We have 1 and 2^ acre lots available now with terms Uicated in Green Valley, these lots will not last at this price C"ll Alice 564 3333 NCK YOUR LOT We have Hand I acre lots with your choice of custom homes built to your satisfaction Come in and talk to ut w Cll 5643333 OflN MONDAY THtU SATURDAY 9:00 AM TO 6:00 F.M. AFTER HOURS CAU JIM JENSEN SUEBLAIH y AUCEFIFB / RANDY WOOTTON JACK&EIDEMAV M l-eFrancoiv 565 am 5<^MM M4 20S2 S650l Mizm iBiiiai Hendtwon Home News. Henderson, Nevada Page 15 Tytsdoy, March 20, 1979 Young Americaii Horned Presents City View Terrace 2,3 & 4 Bedrooms Priced I EXPERIENCED CARPENTER ; fast, work by the hour. Framing, rooms, additions, fencing, etc 93 1799 BC EXPERIENCED Dlivery help wanted. Permtnent, good pay. 565-8848. INDIVIDUAL A CONTRAC TOR CONSULTANTS Bob ODell. 2130 Boulder Hwy 565-0417 • 565-0516. Hdn. LOCAL AMWAY DISTRIBUTOR Helping many persons working 2 to 4 hrs per day We can help you •ONNIE TRELEASE 293-1471 7 o.m. to 9 p.m. m umiiiiiM NEW TOWNHOUSE for Rent. 2 bdrm m bath Fireplace, util. room, appl., storage, balcony. Private yard. Covered parking. 451-0379. BC FOR SALE 12 X 60, Mobile Home, with 10 x 30 add on, in adult park, reduced for sale. Call 293-3637 B C. BABYSITTER would like unneeded baby things. Emergencies now k then require things I've run out of. Blankets, shiru, etc. would be appreciated. Ph, 565-0603 Hdn IBSXBIB EXPERIENCED Delivei7 help wanted Permanent, good pay 565-8648 Learn to drive with Las Vegas School of Driving SpecialUing in nervoui .4 handicapped persons All a^es D#yfc evening instnietion Free home pickup 7,32 7664. ONE DAY "drop off' laundry service WASH, DRY k FOLD, 50 per lb, __, LAUNDERLAND Lake Mead k Water St Henderson ibxszc BS 12x60 MOBILE HOME Front Rearbdrms,lh bath Awning. Skirting, fam section B C Park $12,000 For in-. formation. Call 293 4344 BC SHAKLEE PRODUaS Rhoda D. Hagadone Authorized Distributor 293-4350 B.C. We'll Call On You" YOU'U LOVE THIS HOME Ideal for the family Lo\ cated in Henderson, mi nutei from Lake Mead Pool and lovely patio Large liv ing room wflrcplact, 4 tMlrm-; family room A 3 car garaga: All on large lot loncd for boraci. FHA appraisal. riOOO Shown by appt 5664164 FOR SALE MOBILE HOME IN GINGERWOOD LUXURIOUS ADIJLT PARK 3 bdrm. 2 bath. 24x60. excell view 12x41 carport, 8x20 porcb. Maintenance free yard, patio, beautifully landscaped, near rec hall 1306 Haielwood. BC 283^20 or 293 1622 FOR SALE 3 bdrm home in BC 2bath. Irg. liv rm..Cov patio, block walls, Imm occup $65,000 Call 602 901^16 orwrite CM Box 65. BC, 86006 EXPERIENCED FOOD WAITRESS WANTED, Tray •erviec exp. For twing shift at Nick's Supper Club. Apply in person from 2-5. No phone calls Hdn Y.\RDM.\INTEN.ANCE ANDCLE.^NUP 25 YEARS EXP. 385-4234, 1970 MOBILE HOME 17x56. 2 bdrm, 2 bath, large rooms,, washer, dryer, d-w. self cleaning dbl. oven. Must be moved by Oct. 1. 293 3057. bC. .. FOR RENT-400s f Office, with or without enclosed Storage Yard. Ample Parking, easy access to Boulder Hwy Rent includes all utilities except phone. For information. call 564-2555. LICENSED CHILD CARE Snack & hot'lunch. Infants 4 up 6 am. to 6 p.m Please call 864-3770. • FOR RENT • La Dolce Vita Townh juse. 2 bdrm. 2 bath, no pets $375. per mo. 457 6554. B C. FOR RENT 2i)drln ftirn apt.. Carport adult section $285 per mo. 29346.32 FREE FILM OR CASH DI8CODNT ON ALL FILMS, Prilled aad dcveUped at VANS NEVADA DRUG. BOULDER CITY. NV. Singer Authorixed Dealer • SORCI^SEN'S SEWING CENTER 509 Ave. C BC 293-3770. YOUNAMEIT. WEDOIT No job to small Residential or commercial 293-5464 or 293 4284 BC NEED A CAR'' New in town' Old in Town' No credit' Short time on the job' Only $100. $200. $300 or $400 down: Need an Automobile to get around' Contact us We approve our own contracts Instant delivery We will pickyo6up& bringyou to our car lot. Just tele phone 564-5909 Nevada Auto Sales. 1813 N Bldr Hwy Hendifrson. Nev One block south of Sunset Blvd k Bldr Hwy HENNRSON MASONRYt cmm, wc. License No 15256 Quality Concrete k M.isonry. Ml work Kuar.in teed Call Bolv 564-1487 or Mel 565-7336 For rent 1. 2. 3 bdrm trailers $30to$60wk Call 5657763 or 565 -7141 Hdn WANTED Experienced hairdresser w-follewing. Full or part time Witches' Hut Beauty Salon 565-0158. Hdn. 39^ to *48^ FHA,VA FINANCING EXCLUSIVE SALES AGENTS Roberts Realty 565^7 125 W. UIKE MEAD OR Pwiic Crestway 4 BDRM -2 STORY in Boulder •City BRAND NEW Dining Rm.fam rm.WFP 4Wet Bar. 24 baths RV k Pool sited lot $77,900 Immed Occup. Owner 293-4415 VEGAS TYPEWRITER REPAIR 1601 E Sahara. Las Vegas 735-7325 Our specialty, used, rebuilt typewriters Satisfaction guaran teed. LOOKINCTOBUV AHOMEIN BOULDER CITY'See Hen derson Realty ad or call 2932151 Rosecrest Cabinets, Inc. HENDERSON, NEVADA CiistoM Kftclieiis 565-7472 ~ rpHllUPS I RADIO i TV FURNISHED! bdrm apt No children, no pets. Ph. 114. Hdn HELP WANTED for seasonal work, mature over 21 Knowledge pf store • snack bar. HepAil. but not necessary. Inlertstcd call 293-ll BC. FOR SALE 1960 Pord Pickup $300 Call 565-8813 1 ACm—CMOKI LOT High up on Mission Hills near Railroad Pass, overlooking Vegas Valley Utilities are in Owner. $18,500 Ph 56V2225 Hdn Zoned KE FOUND Cock a-poo Puppy, White, female, dark ears. dark patch on 1 eye. Ph. 865-7888. Hdn. For Salt: 3 bdrm. 2 bath. Villa Del Prado home Many extras. 813-1073. B C BUILDIMG LOT near Old Vegai. H Acre RancI) EtUte Zoned Popular area. 114.000. Ph 965:7378 Hdn. LARGE FLATBED TRAILER 3 axlei Hauls 8-10 tons 81500. CASH. Ph. 986-7378. Hdn. 1968 FORD FAIRLANE 500 66.000 miles 293-2115 BC ASSISTANT COQK k LAUNDRESS Institutional cooking 2 J-;: a week; Laundry. 3daysaweek Start$3i)0hr.. St. Jude s Ranch. 293-3131. B.C HELP WANTED • Waitress. Mutt be over 21 Also'retired person for Janitor. Apply in person, Bob's All Family Rettaurant.761 Nev. Hwy.. B C. LOOKING FOR WORK ?? HENDERSON JOB SERVICE 119 WATER ST. Offers NO-F£ Placements In a Variety of Jobs A Sf RVICE OF YOUR PROFESSION \L • TE(HNIC\L CLERIC\L JI.SVLES TR \DES FULL 4 *P\RTT1ME StATE OF NEVADA EMPLOYMENT SECURITY DEPARTMENT (ESD) OTHFRESDOFFICESAT: l.VSS.Sth. L.V. 20^1 L.V. Blvd. No.. N.L.V. ACUPUNCTURE Arthritis, banlili. migraine, asthma, allergy, slrake. sciatica, sinas. geul. prestale 7U-T242 Television and Antenna Specialties of Boulder City Cu>'lom \ntennas lor (he mo>'i in viewing and listen ink'pleasure PH 293 407'6 I REAL ESTATE LICENSEES WANTED x to work in a new bmnrh office that just opened in B f ^ Evcellenl trainingpioKiam Excellent commission • ^ structure New office wexcellenl suTroundmcs Be p. irt V ol' this kiiowinu company Call Hendersdn Ro:iltv Inr \ S l<)dd\,293'2l.')l (bi an inlcrviww i DUPLEX FOR SALE, downtown location. landKapcd. fenced, owner license .293 49S0, B.C. Tippetts Constructi6n| FREE ESTIMATKS • KF.MODEl.INt; I'ATfO roVDHS ADDITION'S DcV.in Tippetts loviniTi Lie \o 13904 PH 565 09M FOR KENJ3 bdrm 2 bath f.imily rm' utility rm dup lex. in BC Call 293-3838 after 6 pm ynumtHifttinMr I ADVERTISERS | PLEASE PROOF I I Your ad the first day | BOULDER ELECTRIC insured in case an error ocodio I Senricf HANDYMAN Ben Defue will fli it re do it, add it on. lay it down, You name it, I do it. 989^7468 FOR SALE BY OWNER 3 l.dr. 2 full baths, large fenced lot. desert landscaping, carpet, drapes See to appreciate Principals only. Price $41,900 Ph 98S4415. TWO NEW BOULDER CITY CONDOS, in U Dolce Vjta Luxury 2 bdrm condot for tale by owner I due for completion 1st of March, 2nd is occupied by owner 2934171 B.C. ROOM ATTENDANTS MOTOR INN Steady work Good conditions. Company paid benefits. Apply in person to Housekeepinf Dept.. 3500 Paradise Rd or call for app't. 731-2020. { curs The Boulder City { I News wlllassume no • j responsibility after j I the first daj-of publiI t < Licensed, bonded. • Lie No 15187 .Call 293 log ? or 293 499 >. ? i • t m n I I'i I n JUB TT BIC JOHN Bl.ET'SC H IS BXCK.il his \ulo Wreckini: (i.irau-ei Tow Semce Mi31 Foothill. HC :'93 4ina rm k Jaruzii Fdmil.^ rm w wet lijr k fireplace Country kitchen hjs built in break' fast bar w JennXir range l.lltnndbl Microwave oven dishwasher, trash cnmpar lor k walk in pantry Home IS located on -Mountain set lint; overlookini; BC 5 mi nults to Lake Mi'a^^^,>>i^^VWW^^^^^^A^^W^^^^W^ • BLACKMOUNTAIN PLUMBING LOW RATES • SCWER 81 DRAIN LINES CLfANEO* ^ FAUCETS • GARBAGE DISPOSALS • / NEW l-'IXTUBES INSTALLED ',' eOMMItCIAt tISIMNTiai W 0.- '^^ 565-6749 i) ^40W RENTING % S I.M.S MINI STORAGI ^ B 10\20. $46 per mn S 5x10, $20 pet'lio I plus$10 non refundable8 dep S 1601 \ih61 Henderson S 565-9504 ^ 6 am to 7 pm (:jilv ^ SAND GRAVEL. TOf SOIL k LANDSCAPE ROCK Call yzii^ c _. ^ ^ LICENSED CHILD CARE in WE PAY $2 EACH for used auto batteries Bis John k Sons 1631 Foothill Dr. BC 29.'14661 LOST Black k White Mixed Small Ooe Shaggy haired Vicinity of Tropicana & MinVista in Las Vecas REWARD No questions 458-8256 or .18-t 9446 KIDS4PETS0K Unfurnished 3 bdrm. fenced yd. First, la>t k deposit §65-9607. Hdn/ 1972 MERCURY MONTEOO M\ Broucham. new tires and upholstery, excell cond $1500 293-4017 BC PLEASE RETURN small black k white dog taken from TamalpiasAve LV Sunday afternoon REWARD No questions asked Family heart broken tail 458 8256 DANNEBERGER PLUMBING & HEATING •CONTRACTING •NEW CONSTRUCTION •RESIDENTIAL •COMMERCIAL REMODELIN(^ 24 HOUR SERVICE CAUS • 7 DAYS A WEEK # CONTIACTOtSUCINSI NO 10270 -'* • Llo/d Elliort Tom RorilUoux ** .N'OW WITH ROOF REPAIR RE-ROOFlNG J NEW C0NSTIOCTK)N • HOTROOf SHAKES SHINGLES Till FREE HriMATES Ml670 N ftOUlMt HWY HENDERSON,NEVADA. or384944 FOR SALE • FiberRlass Dune Buegie. -10 ft Cabover Camper. 65 Mustang & 68 CouKar 5fi4 1H8!S Hdn IB ^< ^> ^ TSK^ I 1OWCES I ~ Executive k Sales OfHce: 18 Water Strwct. Htuderton NV 80015 %^%%\\ BrMch SIIM Offlc*: me Nrrada Hichway, BC KV MLS OMUVUUSIMO 293-2151 HfNMRSON ..-J4MMT •OmOERCITY iTwM. -.-4Mm MM ,.Jt4747 .JM-7417 OPIM 9 AM-4 Ml OAHY1104 SUNDAYS .tl-l>40 JTMM7 .an-tste jn-iMs Clurming two ftory home on corner half acre with four bedrooms Fireplace in livingroom and familyroom Large mastersuite. spacious kitchen, corral for horses and much, much more See this one and see the value your money will bay. lAH MANl r ARAMS! A delay in looUnf at this super sharp clean 4-bedroom home could mean dliap potntment The beautiful pool could mean hours of ploaavrctoyouraaaiily Eas ily aalBUiawi All tliU and untler MOjOOOOOi Don't iMsiUll 1-ACtl la Soetioa N 11 on Pairway Itoad Owf will carry with (Vbatantlal dwn Tke large beautiful kitchen, separate laundry room, his li hers baths off master Luxurious wallpaper throughout and many other features all combined will sell her on this sharp 3-bedroom, 2S hath custotn home Promise her anything.... buy her thji. SAVHfUO" TOAGOOO MY Not faney )ily ^ tXKUTIVI HOME I Many, many smeniiies located in Sub II 2 story. 5 bedrooms. 3 Baths Fireplace in family room Custom kitchen Intercom system thru-out and many windows and balcony to view entire valley Call for an appoint ment today fmmm^imiiS6(fffVaf(X!W(f^^ BOULDER CITY PROPERTIES PIICEO RIGHT JUST USTEO Excellent homr for younc counie w-jetileCeat couple 2 GQr/orik llt^tffi.'edraiie and lai>^y j>ea UNDER $45,000 TWO HREPUCES In this lovely custom home with 4 Bedrooms 24 Baths Laree lot. located jn Sub 11 CXLL FOR AN \PPOINT MENT LEWIS HOME .! Bedrooms. W Baths with 1158 sq ft of living space PRICED TO SEU Thi> 4 Bedroom. \\ Bath 2.| car KHrage home Complete i with range nven Drjpes, dis { hvkdsher ami i:i62 sq ft LAKE VIEW HOME Spill levels. 3 Bedrooms. 2 Baths. Urge patio, fireplace and much, much more IFYOUDONTSfEYOU^ HOME ... WE HAVE IJ OTMERSIII \A

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mmmmmmmm Henderson Child Core Center Doily ft Weekly Rotts St. Peter's Hall, Boulder Hwy. 565-9384 "j WANTED • Used practice piano. U Keyboard Reasonable Ph 594S Good Condition Hdn MSTANTCASN lilt iwi U Mortgae and Trust Deed* PRANK lOZAl 3124234 l7a44M \sli yeur neighbor, he k9ms me PAINTER interior, eiterior. IS yeirs eiperiencr For free estimate, call }<^IN WANTED Desk Clerk Part time & graveyard shift Lake Mead Best Weetern Motel. Lake Mead k Water St. Hdn. HENDERSON RENTAL Very plush. 2 bdrm pool, sauna, etc $180 Prestige Addresses 457-4733 •74 DODGE 4x4 Pickup 81.000 ml. Air. auto & more $4200 ^1471 BC DI.\L A THOUGHT 732-0472 WANTED • Chevy Pans En Rine>. Irinsfflitsions. eir Cash or trade Kelly Gjass 451 9153 DRESSMAKING ALTERS TIONS & MENDING Also laundry & ironing ser\ice 565 604 Hdrt .ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Opitn Mttting: Wed., 8:00 p.m. PUUC INVITED: 51 WattrStrtct 545-7073 BIG HENDERSON HOME Family. 3 plus 2. air. car pets, fenced $350 Prestige Addresses 457-4733 HOl'SE FOR RENT • kids 4 pets ok. 3 bdrm fenced yd.. $350 Isl. last It dep. 458 4106 after 6pm FREE FIL!* OR CAJH DIS COUNT ON ALL FIL^S. frlntcd and develefed at VAN S NEV.4DA ORIC. BOl U>EII CITV. NV. DOES YOtR RATHROOM MtRLITE NEED REPLAC ING^ Free Eilimatet. SMZtll Hdn DRIVER S LICENSE TESTS fuesday and Wednesday g:4S am lo 12 noon 1pm lo4l$rm. City annei Civic Center 200 Water Street Room • "•••••••• tttk,,,%' Uo YEARS *:XPERIENCE; TTRIMMINO AND REMOVING: JTREES Serving HendersonJ I arei.ZWailS '* nKOIATINO SIRvta painting wall papering • interior exterior RAim55-0S7| Bojided li licensed Building for rent. 28 x 50 Ideal for meetings, dance studio, etc Has rest room facilities & bar Contact Gordon Kline. 565-8349 or 565^2075 BOAT TOPS & COVERS Rv Bull Custom Canvas ft Awning 1628 Boulder Hwy. Ph. 564-1098 I NEED TO SELL YOUR HOUSE? WE WILL BUY IT NOW! U 293-1613 G A "Curly" SmilS, ln< BEST YET MAINTENANCE Residential house & yard cleaning. Licensed. Spring Special ... Carpets shampooed. M room. $20. Each additional room $10. • Michael and Susan Grabhorn 293-5444 FREE 1 puppy Mixed breed 5658191 Hdn HAVE YOU GOT TWO?? 293-5462 JOHN WOODRUFF with ROBERTS REALTY \ 2 -Bdrm House in Boulder CUV Then we should get together We have a QUALIFIED buyer who wants a 2 Bdrm now Please call JOHN WOOD Rl'FF with ROBERTS RE\LTY T.AKE OVER PAYMENTS on Litton Stove. .Microwave on lop. BoltoTH oven, and Ceramic Cooking Surface 565-7556 8-STEEL GAR.AGE DOOR. J65 55.000 BTl' Heater. $65 Car Stereos & Misc 565 0905 Hdn m Realty A liH-nM Stiff tf SO nvftuiMMif wHb ^ ^^^m SPECI.\L-SPECIAL-SPECIAL OF THE WEEK Extra large lot with exceptional two bedroom, Ig. countrjkitchen, double garage with Genie, plus carport. All for $48,500. No. 326. SWEET .AND SIMPLE Style of living in this, super mobile home located in Henderson. Has two bedrooms, family room, 14 x 60 with acreage and has a patio what a bargain at $29.500..Call REALTY E.XECUTIVES. Realtor at 726-8551 or Evenings at 564-2765 No. 292. NATURE 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 2cargaraRe and located in Henderson. Priced at $77,950 Call KEALTY E.XECUTIVES. Realtor at 736-8551 or Evenings at 564-2765 No. 284. 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 1^ 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. SE.ARCHING For a home for less than $30,000? Wdl, • you've finally found it. This mobile home is located in Henderson's Mobile Home Estates. Has 3 bedrooms, a Ben Franklin fireplace and plenty of room for a young family Block wall fencing and priced for $28,000 Call evenings at 564-2765. No. 401. AUCnON Public ConMKnmeni Sat. March 24 1 p m 675 Nevada Highway. Bou Irter City. Nevada We liave t>Mn tonngnrd com* real fin* merrtiandiie for our sale Saturday, inrludina New fishing equipment tools • appliances complete chma sets • radios tv • boblis' collectibles & much furniture in excellent condition. The following is only a partial list. Kitchen table w-4 chairs dininc room latile w 6fhairs complete bed^w headboards,mattress*s4 Box springsrefrigerator china closet bookcase beautiful lamps buffet golf vein mirror chairs dresserbunlcbedsi mattress' lovely sofa. Mice new much, much more i!ood furniture and appliances. Plus vacuums pictures frames glassware • pots & pans albums linens encylopedias • games & hundreds of other items II you would like to consign anything to the auction, please bring it tolhe Elks UfdgeSaturday morninR between 7 a.m. & noon Call us if you have any questions A part time or full time route servicing T Shirt display racks in retail stores Starter route $2655 Route 1 $4920 Route 2 S9M0 COMPANY ESTABIJSHED ACCOUNT Ph Toll free 1 800 824 7888. operator 505 day or night. Best Way Products, Inc 58.34 Robertson Avenue Carmichael. CA 95606 EXECUTIVE POOL HOME 4 plus 2, garage, great area. Modern $500. Prestige Address. 457-4733. TOO YOUNG FOR AIRLINES BUT WOULD LIKE TO TRAVEL Large tirm has openings for 10 sharp eirls & guys On the job training Transportation & Hotel furnished High earnings & $500. bonus Travel all excil ing cities & resort areas in U S Must be sharp, over 18 & free to start immediately For inter view call Mrs Bales. 4588810 Wed Thurs. Fri 10 am to 5 p.m only. Nevada Palace TREES TRIMMED-REMOVED STUMPREMOVXL Licensed ft In.iured 40 Vrs Exper BOUlOf I TREE Sf RVICE I MOVING MUST SELL! Brown velvet sofa & love seat. Morse Electrophonic Disco Juke Box Both -like new. TV-Stereo cabinet Set of Realistic cabinet speakers. 135 Atlantic Hdn A cnoN UCTIONERING SOB Nevada Highway • BouidBrCity Darwin BUB> 29^5308 Boh Olspii Realty & Imumucp Inc. ra Renllor^MiS ^^% 6 Wilier St.. Weju/jTJto/i TSj I REAiro* ittl-lS.il REALH EXECUTIVES Strviii t^ NfMtfSM m NvMlf uty Aftl HM Nftwiil RtltcfltiM Strvica Fill Calar Sbawcua af HRitt Ms^wy vMmfaav Satoi PnfraH ^ HOME OF THE SUPER AGQiTS ^ LUeu Ml ZONING 75 acre close to Boulder Highway in Pittman Completely fenced lot with access on 3 sides Two bedroom house in additional bidf for ofrice WELL ESTABLISHED BAR On Boulder Hwy Lot it approx 65x370 and includes 2 bdrm house Seatjngfor 22 plus booths, and 2 pool tables Call us for more details COMMERCIAL PROPERTV^ON WATER ST. •• Two bdrm.l bath townsite bouse Pull basement with sliding glass door in kitchen $50,000 LUCRATIVE GLASS BUSINESS Only glass business in Henderson It Boulder This includes 1875 fq ft. of commercial land near Boulder Hwy AM inventory, 4 trucks and 2 bedroom Townsue *re also Included Call Morrell for more complete details MOVE TO PAHRUMP Five acres for only $15,000 SECTION 4 -1'' Acre wiU> water* power Levelled and ready to build Zoned RR $25,000 MISSION HILLS HOME 3 bdrm 2 bath with 2 car garage Wet bar in family room Covered front porch with tieautifvil vi^w of Vegas Valley 2 5 ACRES Ml PROPERTY Located on Sunset Road • Close to Boulder HWT 15.000 sq ft Bdg Area Plenty of olTstreel parking 565-8ie MaiTall RaiiTy is a NaaiafaM wtn CVAirN MORRELl ...BROKIR P^GCOLE 5641754 BARBARA MfVAIR MILUE POTTER 4} WATII ST HfNMKON, NfVAOA 293^274 5650663, INFLATION FIGHTER 3 Br 2 Bath with parquet floor in kitchen, dining, large laundry room, extensive professional mirror work, sprinkler system, front and rear, priced to sell fast at $43,000 and no qualifying INVESTORS WINDFALL 3 Br 1 and '4 baths with 1 car garage, upgraded carpet and drapes, slidingglass door to patio, new vanities in both baths. Butcher Blockcountertopt.good investment and good living Call for details. BIGGER AND BETTER THAN NEWI This Is II cutie Home is immaculate, 3 Br with fireplace, panelling and double insulation, extra thermal protection throughout Fenced. Very Nice Hir.HLV UPGRADED IN DESIRABLE NEIGHBOR HOOD Price has been reduced Enlarged living room, 2 Br Plus Den fc 23 X 12 Famllyroom, plus lots of other extras Tastefully decorated and pride of ownership 80' drive for RV k Boat Exceptional Home MOVE UP IN STYLE '7 Thinking of a COOL POOL for the Summer monthsahead We have one with thi* 3 Br 1 and '1 baths Pool is kidney shaped, has lots of cool decking maintenance free yard for the working people who like to come home on tiiose hot summer nights and RELAX Interior artistically decorated with wallpaper* mirrors, large walk in'closets. upgraded carpel NOT AS EXPENSIVE AS YOU THINK? ONLY SMALL IN PRICE High on the Hill, 3 Br. 1^ baths. House had balanced power, country style kitchen. Garage with garage door opener, formal dining room. 12 t 10 family room, very nice and would you believe, small amount of cash for equity and assume loan Beautiful view of Mountains and Las Vegas Call for appointment to see. HORSE LOVERS or just space to move around one acre of land with a beautiful 3 Bdrm l\ bath with almost 2000 sq ft, car peting. drapes. 20 x 24 Family room, spacious in every form, furnishings available if wanted 2 Fireplaces in Living room in Family room Range k Refrigerator included Fenced yard with sprinkler system in front Very nice, comfortable and priced right FAMILY OPERATED BUSINESS in Fast Crowing Hen derson Right downtown. Family operated, good invest;nent Small amount of cash sets yqu up in profitable going business. Will give details and tuW information lipoD request OVER 83 ACRES Beautiful View of Entire Valley Priced to sell all or part \FTER HOURS CALL JEANNE A OLSEN DE MARCO BROKER PETE..J OLSEN SALESMAN VIRGIL McKINNEV. SALESMAN JANET SHAW. SALESMAN ...:.„ LORIN WILUAMS. SALESMAN PAULINE "TINA" WILLIAMS. SALESMAN MICHAEL P BERGEMEYER salesman 584 2772 565 0425 585^0491 S6M0M M4 5853 54^S8S3 • mToassavwaTWMiwso,^^,,^ /v FOR SALE USED PONTOON. BOAT: 28 FOOT, rebuilt with new factory made aluminum pontoons; twin 35s. completely fenced for safety: shade top for sleeping, diving. See at Weekender Boat Shop on Boulder Highway. Henderson. $4,000 CASH. Private owner. Ask Bill Reynolds about it. TtWF! TRMIF" '•' Coachman, refrig. stove, toilet, gas. 12* 1 lOvolt lighting, water tank and heater Sleeps six Excell. cond. $3000. 293-5484 BC ac jr S THE PAKRAT 293-4709 Antiques k Itnports Is now accepting quality an tiques on consignment If you have something you would like to sell. Call us at BC JK ar i > BY OWNER: ^ilffst one in Henderson. 12 x 60 Bill more Furn fenced skirted. 2 sheds In immacu late cond Must be seen to be appreciated Firit $13,500 takes 584-1175 NEEDED IN BOULDER CITY Experienced tax consultant Evenings 293 2323 RE\THIS lovely 4 rm Oat Pool, all extras Sharp! $160 Prestige. Addresses 457-4733. RECEPTIONIST WANTED for ins office Must talk well on phone Some typing k Hling required Prefer Hender son resident. 35-45 yrs old w-high school diploma No smoking Call 564 3380.for interview WANTED • Office furniture, books, bookcases 293 j780 a(^er6pm BC BVBV QUILTS, homemade Preciously unique bab.\ quilts and pillows. Make wonderful gifts on any occa sion Very, very reasonable Call day or nite Debbie or leave message with Garv 283 1247 B C DESPERATE Need at once Couple w five children needs Trailer Space for 14x70 Mobile Home in Hen derson area PLEASE call 565^0920 anHime m JENSEN'S REALTY UJ 219 WATER ST. •lAitotS HENDERSON, NV. 8901S fwKH""""'' •564-3333 T X SFECIAl OF THE WEEK New 2 bdrm home inTast growing area Great starter house" Upgraded carpeting throughout Solid birch cabinets This is a real buy at $,33,000 00 Call Randy 54-.3333 ONLY $49,500 3 Bdrm home with large country kitchen with plenty of dining area plus a formal dining room with chan'i delier Plenty of room to grow a Call Alice 564-3333 MISSION HILLS lot with beautiful view overlooking Las Vegas Valley $17,000 I Call Sue 564-3333 CLEAN. SHARP HOME OVERLOOKING COUNTRY CLUB 3 bdrm. IS bath with unobstructed view of the valley. Car^l drapes, lawn (front and sides) Priced right. ''-'^^ Call AI 564-3333 CHOICE BUILDING LOT IN SECTION IP^Maiijr beautiful custom homes in the area Call Sue 564-3333 BEAUTIFUL 4 bdrm 2 hath home in Section 27. I Spacious custom built home with many extras CarI pets, drjpes throughout Fenced yard fireplace Ad joining h acre may l>e purchased to make this a I acre ranch Call 564-.XtO| MAKE YOUR FAMILY AT HOME in this 3 Bdrm 2 Rath House Close to schools Cxtrj large family room Fenced back vard Sprinklers front and back. Call Handy 564 3333 SPRING IS JUST AROUND THE CORNER Why not Stan out in this 3 bdrm home with a one bedroom apartment attached This oversiied lot af I fords unlimited possibilities For more informational on this unique ofTrr call Randy 564 .U13 STARTING AT $8,000 00 We have 1 and 2^ acre lots available now with terms Uicated in Green Valley, these lots will not last at this price C"ll Alice 564 3333 NCK YOUR LOT We have Hand I acre lots with your choice of custom homes built to your satisfaction Come in and talk to ut w Cll 5643333 OflN MONDAY THtU SATURDAY 9:00 AM TO 6:00 F.M. AFTER HOURS CAU JIM JENSEN SUEBLAIH y AUCEFIFB / RANDY WOOTTON JACK&EIDEMAV M l-eFrancoiv 565 am 5<^MM M4 20S2 S650l Mizm iBiiiai Hendtwon Home News. Henderson, Nevada Page 15 Tytsdoy, March 20, 1979 Young Americaii Horned Presents City View Terrace 2,3 & 4 Bedrooms Priced I EXPERIENCED CARPENTER ; fast, work by the hour. Framing, rooms, additions, fencing, etc 93 1799 BC EXPERIENCED Dlivery help wanted. Permtnent, good pay. 565-8848. INDIVIDUAL A CONTRAC TOR CONSULTANTS Bob ODell. 2130 Boulder Hwy 565-0417 • 565-0516. Hdn. LOCAL AMWAY DISTRIBUTOR Helping many persons working 2 to 4 hrs per day We can help you •ONNIE TRELEASE 293-1471 7 o.m. to 9 p.m. m umiiiiiM NEW TOWNHOUSE for Rent. 2 bdrm m bath Fireplace, util. room, appl., storage, balcony. Private yard. Covered parking. 451-0379. BC FOR SALE 12 X 60, Mobile Home, with 10 x 30 add on, in adult park, reduced for sale. Call 293-3637 B C. BABYSITTER would like unneeded baby things. Emergencies now k then require things I've run out of. Blankets, shiru, etc. would be appreciated. Ph, 565-0603 Hdn IBSXBIB EXPERIENCED Delivei7 help wanted Permanent, good pay 565-8648 Learn to drive with Las Vegas School of Driving SpecialUing in nervoui .4 handicapped persons All a^es D#yfc evening instnietion Free home pickup 7,32 7664. ONE DAY "drop off' laundry service WASH, DRY k FOLD, 50 per lb, __, LAUNDERLAND Lake Mead k Water St Henderson ibxszc BS 12x60 MOBILE HOME Front Rearbdrms,lh bath Awning. Skirting, fam section B C Park $12,000 For in-. formation. Call 293 4344 BC SHAKLEE PRODUaS Rhoda D. Hagadone Authorized Distributor 293-4350 B.C. We'll Call On You" YOU'U LOVE THIS HOME Ideal for the family Lo\ cated in Henderson, mi nutei from Lake Mead Pool and lovely patio Large liv ing room wflrcplact, 4 tMlrm-; family room A 3 car garaga: All on large lot loncd for boraci. FHA appraisal. riOOO Shown by appt 5664164 FOR SALE MOBILE HOME IN GINGERWOOD LUXURIOUS ADIJLT PARK 3 bdrm. 2 bath. 24x60. excell view 12x41 carport, 8x20 porcb. Maintenance free yard, patio, beautifully landscaped, near rec hall 1306 Haielwood. BC 283^20 or 293 1622 FOR SALE 3 bdrm home in BC 2bath. Irg. liv rm..Cov patio, block walls, Imm occup $65,000 Call 602 901^16 orwrite CM Box 65. BC, 86006 EXPERIENCED FOOD WAITRESS WANTED, Tray •erviec exp. For twing shift at Nick's Supper Club. Apply in person from 2-5. No phone calls Hdn Y.\RDM.\INTEN.ANCE ANDCLE.^NUP 25 YEARS EXP. 385-4234, 1970 MOBILE HOME 17x56. 2 bdrm, 2 bath, large rooms,, washer, dryer, d-w. self cleaning dbl. oven. Must be moved by Oct. 1. 293 3057. bC. .. FOR RENT-400s f Office, with or without enclosed Storage Yard. Ample Parking, easy access to Boulder Hwy Rent includes all utilities except phone. For information. call 564-2555. LICENSED CHILD CARE Snack & hot'lunch. Infants 4 up 6 am. to 6 p.m Please call 864-3770. • FOR RENT • La Dolce Vita Townh juse. 2 bdrm. 2 bath, no pets $375. per mo. 457 6554. B C. FOR RENT 2i)drln ftirn apt.. Carport adult section $285 per mo. 29346.32 FREE FILM OR CASH DI8CODNT ON ALL FILMS, Prilled aad dcveUped at VANS NEVADA DRUG. BOULDER CITY. NV. Singer Authorixed Dealer • SORCI^SEN'S SEWING CENTER 509 Ave. C BC 293-3770. YOUNAMEIT. WEDOIT No job to small Residential or commercial 293-5464 or 293 4284 BC NEED A CAR'' New in town' Old in Town' No credit' Short time on the job' Only $100. $200. $300 or $400 down: Need an Automobile to get around' Contact us We approve our own contracts Instant delivery We will pickyo6up& bringyou to our car lot. Just tele phone 564-5909 Nevada Auto Sales. 1813 N Bldr Hwy Hendifrson. Nev One block south of Sunset Blvd k Bldr Hwy HENNRSON MASONRYt cmm, wc. License No 15256 Quality Concrete k M.isonry. Ml work Kuar.in teed Call Bolv 564-1487 or Mel 565-7336 For rent 1. 2. 3 bdrm trailers $30to$60wk Call 5657763 or 565 -7141 Hdn WANTED Experienced hairdresser w-follewing. Full or part time Witches' Hut Beauty Salon 565-0158. Hdn. 39^ to *48^ FHA,VA FINANCING EXCLUSIVE SALES AGENTS Roberts Realty 565^7 125 W. UIKE MEAD OR Pwiic Crestway 4 BDRM -2 STORY in Boulder •City BRAND NEW Dining Rm.fam rm.WFP 4Wet Bar. 24 baths RV k Pool sited lot $77,900 Immed Occup. Owner 293-4415 VEGAS TYPEWRITER REPAIR 1601 E Sahara. Las Vegas 735-7325 Our specialty, used, rebuilt typewriters Satisfaction guaran teed. LOOKINCTOBUV AHOMEIN BOULDER CITY'See Hen derson Realty ad or call 2932151 Rosecrest Cabinets, Inc. HENDERSON, NEVADA CiistoM Kftclieiis 565-7472 ~ rpHllUPS I RADIO i TV FURNISHED! bdrm apt No children, no pets. Ph. 114. Hdn HELP WANTED for seasonal work, mature over 21 Knowledge pf store • snack bar. HepAil. but not necessary. Inlertstcd call 293-ll BC. FOR SALE 1960 Pord Pickup $300 Call 565-8813 1 ACm—CMOKI LOT High up on Mission Hills near Railroad Pass, overlooking Vegas Valley Utilities are in Owner. $18,500 Ph 56V2225 Hdn Zoned KE FOUND Cock a-poo Puppy, White, female, dark ears. dark patch on 1 eye. Ph. 865-7888. Hdn. For Salt: 3 bdrm. 2 bath. Villa Del Prado home Many extras. 813-1073. B C BUILDIMG LOT near Old Vegai. H Acre RancI) EtUte Zoned Popular area. 114.000. Ph 965:7378 Hdn. LARGE FLATBED TRAILER 3 axlei Hauls 8-10 tons 81500. CASH. Ph. 986-7378. Hdn. 1968 FORD FAIRLANE 500 66.000 miles 293-2115 BC ASSISTANT COQK k LAUNDRESS Institutional cooking 2 J-;: a week; Laundry. 3daysaweek Start$3i)0hr.. St. Jude s Ranch. 293-3131. B.C HELP WANTED • Waitress. Mutt be over 21 Also'retired person for Janitor. Apply in person, Bob's All Family Rettaurant.761 Nev. Hwy.. B C. LOOKING FOR WORK ?? HENDERSON JOB SERVICE 119 WATER ST. Offers NO-F£ Placements In a Variety of Jobs A Sf RVICE OF YOUR PROFESSION \L • TE(HNIC\L CLERIC\L JI.SVLES TR \DES FULL 4 *P\RTT1ME StATE OF NEVADA EMPLOYMENT SECURITY DEPARTMENT (ESD) OTHFRESDOFFICESAT: l.VSS.Sth. L.V. 20^1 L.V. Blvd. No.. N.L.V. ACUPUNCTURE Arthritis, banlili. migraine, asthma, allergy, slrake. sciatica, sinas. geul. prestale 7U-T242 Television and Antenna Specialties of Boulder City Cu>'lom \ntennas lor (he mo>'i in viewing and listen ink'pleasure PH 293 407'6 I REAL ESTATE LICENSEES WANTED x to work in a new bmnrh office that just opened in B f ^ Evcellenl trainingpioKiam Excellent commission • ^ structure New office wexcellenl suTroundmcs Be p. irt V ol' this kiiowinu company Call Hendersdn Ro:iltv Inr \ S l<)dd\,293'2l.')l (bi an inlcrviww i DUPLEX FOR SALE, downtown location. landKapcd. fenced, owner license .293 49S0, B.C. Tippetts Constructi6n| FREE ESTIMATKS • KF.MODEl.INt; I'ATfO roVDHS ADDITION'S DcV.in Tippetts loviniTi Lie \o 13904 PH 565 09M FOR KENJ3 bdrm 2 bath f.imily rm' utility rm dup lex. in BC Call 293-3838 after 6 pm ynumtHifttinMr I ADVERTISERS | PLEASE PROOF I I Your ad the first day | BOULDER ELECTRIC insured in case an error ocodio I Senricf HANDYMAN Ben Defue will fli it re do it, add it on. lay it down, You name it, I do it. 989^7468 FOR SALE BY OWNER 3 l.dr. 2 full baths, large fenced lot. desert landscaping, carpet, drapes See to appreciate Principals only. Price $41,900 Ph 98S4415. TWO NEW BOULDER CITY CONDOS, in U Dolce Vjta Luxury 2 bdrm condot for tale by owner I due for completion 1st of March, 2nd is occupied by owner 2934171 B.C. ROOM ATTENDANTS MOTOR INN Steady work Good conditions. Company paid benefits. Apply in person to Housekeepinf Dept.. 3500 Paradise Rd or call for app't. 731-2020. { curs The Boulder City { I News wlllassume no • j responsibility after j I the first daj-of publiI t < Licensed, bonded. • Lie No 15187 .Call 293 log ? or 293 499 >. ? i • t m n I I'i I n JUB TT BIC JOHN Bl.ET'SC H IS BXCK.il his \ulo Wreckini: (i.irau-ei Tow Semce Mi31 Foothill. HC :'93 4ina rm k Jaruzii Fdmil.^ rm w wet lijr k fireplace Country kitchen hjs built in break' fast bar w JennXir range l.lltnndbl Microwave oven dishwasher, trash cnmpar lor k walk in pantry Home IS located on -Mountain set lint; overlookini; BC 5 mi nults to Lake Mi'a^^^,>>i^^VWW^^^^^^A^^W^^^^W^ • BLACKMOUNTAIN PLUMBING LOW RATES • SCWER 81 DRAIN LINES CLfANEO* ^ FAUCETS • GARBAGE DISPOSALS • / NEW l-'IXTUBES INSTALLED ',' eOMMItCIAt tISIMNTiai W 0.- '^^ 565-6749 i) ^40W RENTING % S I.M.S MINI STORAGI ^ B 10\20. $46 per mn S 5x10, $20 pet'lio I plus$10 non refundable8 dep S 1601 \ih61 Henderson S 565-9504 ^ 6 am to 7 pm (:jilv ^ SAND GRAVEL. TOf SOIL k LANDSCAPE ROCK Call yzii^ c _. ^ ^ LICENSED CHILD CARE in WE PAY $2 EACH for used auto batteries Bis John k Sons 1631 Foothill Dr. BC 29.'14661 LOST Black k White Mixed Small Ooe Shaggy haired Vicinity of Tropicana & MinVista in Las Vecas REWARD No questions 458-8256 or .18-t 9446 KIDS4PETS0K Unfurnished 3 bdrm. fenced yd. First, la>t k deposit §65-9607. Hdn/ 1972 MERCURY MONTEOO M\ Broucham. new tires and upholstery, excell cond $1500 293-4017 BC PLEASE RETURN small black k white dog taken from TamalpiasAve LV Sunday afternoon REWARD No questions asked Family heart broken tail 458 8256 DANNEBERGER PLUMBING & HEATING •CONTRACTING •NEW CONSTRUCTION •RESIDENTIAL •COMMERCIAL REMODELIN(^ 24 HOUR SERVICE CAUS • 7 DAYS A WEEK # CONTIACTOtSUCINSI NO 10270 -'* • Llo/d Elliort Tom RorilUoux ** .N'OW WITH ROOF REPAIR RE-ROOFlNG J NEW C0NSTIOCTK)N • HOTROOf SHAKES SHINGLES Till FREE HriMATES Ml670 N ftOUlMt HWY HENDERSON,NEVADA. or384944 FOR SALE • FiberRlass Dune Buegie. -10 ft Cabover Camper. 65 Mustang & 68 CouKar 5fi4 1H8!S Hdn IB ^< ^> ^ TSK^ I 1OWCES I ~ Executive k Sales OfHce: 18 Water Strwct. Htuderton NV 80015 %^%%\\ BrMch SIIM Offlc*: me Nrrada Hichway, BC KV MLS OMUVUUSIMO 293-2151 HfNMRSON ..-J4MMT •OmOERCITY iTwM. -.-4Mm MM ,.Jt4747 .JM-7417 OPIM 9 AM-4 Ml OAHY1104 SUNDAYS .tl-l>40 JTMM7 .an-tste jn-iMs Clurming two ftory home on corner half acre with four bedrooms Fireplace in livingroom and familyroom Large mastersuite. spacious kitchen, corral for horses and much, much more See this one and see the value your money will bay. lAH MANl r ARAMS! A delay in looUnf at this super sharp clean 4-bedroom home could mean dliap potntment The beautiful pool could mean hours of ploaavrctoyouraaaiily Eas ily aalBUiawi All tliU and untler MOjOOOOOi Don't iMsiUll 1-ACtl la Soetioa N 11 on Pairway Itoad Owf will carry with (Vbatantlal dwn Tke large beautiful kitchen, separate laundry room, his li hers baths off master Luxurious wallpaper throughout and many other features all combined will sell her on this sharp 3-bedroom, 2S hath custotn home Promise her anything.... buy her thji. SAVHfUO" TOAGOOO MY Not faney )ily ^ tXKUTIVI HOME I Many, many smeniiies located in Sub II 2 story. 5 bedrooms. 3 Baths Fireplace in family room Custom kitchen Intercom system thru-out and many windows and balcony to view entire valley Call for an appoint ment today fmmm^imiiS6(fffVaf(X!W(f^^ BOULDER CITY PROPERTIES PIICEO RIGHT JUST USTEO Excellent homr for younc counie w-jetileCeat couple 2 GQr/orik llt^tffi.'edraiie and lai>^y j>ea UNDER $45,000 TWO HREPUCES In this lovely custom home with 4 Bedrooms 24 Baths Laree lot. located jn Sub 11 CXLL FOR AN \PPOINT MENT LEWIS HOME .! Bedrooms. W Baths with 1158 sq ft of living space PRICED TO SEU Thi> 4 Bedroom. \\ Bath 2.| car KHrage home Complete i with range nven Drjpes, dis { hvkdsher ami i:i62 sq ft LAKE VIEW HOME Spill levels. 3 Bedrooms. 2 Baths. Urge patio, fireplace and much, much more IFYOUDONTSfEYOU^ HOME ... WE HAVE IJ OTMERSIII \A

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Page 16 : 1. M THE ALL NEW 1 L[>IVi ERl f. '""f^ ^^^^ Jf^^ <^ ^t^^i SALES DEPT. OPEN: 8:30 AM-9:30 PM-Mon.-Fii, 8:30 AM-6:00 PM Sat. SERVICE DEPT. OPEN: Thf Only Srvicf Dtp!. Optn 18 Hours A Day. 7:30 AM to 1:30 AM-5 Days A Wool(-Moii.-Fri. 17 ACRES OF FINE FORDS WITH SAVINGS LIKE NEVER BEFORE THE FACTORY SENT US MANY EXTRA CARS AND TRUCKS FOR OUR NEW LOCATION... OVER 700 IN STOCK! HURRY DOWN FOR THE DEAL OF A LIFETIME AT THE NEWEST & MOST MODERN DEALERSHIP IN NEVADA! I'r ALWAYS A LARGE SELECTION OF USED TRUCKS! 73 CLUB WAGON Stop looking, automatic, air conditioning, po*er tteenng, V-8 1010L WAS • SUM S 2995 STOP IN TO SEE THE ALL ONLY AT GAUDIN FORD ^^^ ^^M • ^ ^m — ^ THE NEW 3UC1 inFOl^o f — — — Where Fords really do cost less. 731-2121 x ".fr 2121 EAST SAHARA /. .^ I RECEIVED 3^ JL itun AgoiiL' NEVADA STAld LIBl CARSON CITY, tL. 8971 CityCounciln ..wut, who serves energetical 6n many boards for the city, has announced that he will file next week with the city clerk for re election. Stout represents Ward 1 of the city and has served in that capacity for the past four years. "I've enjoyed being a city councilman and have found it very rewarding," Stout said. He said Henderson is now and will.continut to be the best place to live in Nevada and he wants.to continue to make that happen. Stout is a graduate of Basic High School and the University of Nevada Las Vegas in the field of political science. He spent four years in the Navy as a meterology technician. He was injured in 1967 in Vietnam. He has worked for the U.S. Weather Bureau. Active in the Henderson, Nevada Jaycees, he obtained the post of past national director in the State Jaycees. He is presently chairman of the Regional Streets and Highways Commissioi, chairman of the state land ate planning council, member of the environmental quality review board, member of the Retional Mental Health and Retardation advisory board, member of the executive board of the Nevada League of Cities, member of the transportation advisory board of the National League of Cities and council representative to the parks and recreation board and the ^ry Price Seeks Re Election SM Stout p. 2 Gary Price, who has served one term as city councilman for Ward 2, has announced that he will file next week for re election. Citing the ^traction of light, clean industries in Henderson during the past year, Price said be believes it is a result of the city council's attitude. "We have a good administrative staff as is evidenced by the city's ratings by financial institutions when the city advertised for the sale of water bonds," Price said. The city has spend $500,000 on improvments to the streets, has obtained a federal grant for the improvement of Pittman, along with federal grants for water and sewer, according to Price. 'What we are pushing for is controlled growth," Price said. "We need to implement proper controls and services for the areas that aredeveloping." Price was appointed to the city council in Jan. of 1975. He ran for election and was elected in May of that year to a four year term. Born in Pioche, Nev.,ythe popular councilman moved to Henderson after graduating frow Lincoln County High School in 1953. He worked for TIMET and then worked with his father as a barber for several years. He moved to California as an area director Kentucky Fried Chicken. At the present time he is district supervisor for Pizza Inns. He developed the Arizona area and is now in charge of New Mexico and Nevada. He serves on the County ham 92 HENDERSON THK COMMUNITY'S NEWSPAPEl PLUS WIIKIY SHOPPIRS MSPLAYINO MIRCHANTS' MISSA6IS TO MOST OF THI HOMIS IN THE HENDERSON-BOULDIR CITY ARIA Our 31t YMr 24th Edition HENDERSON. NEVADA PHONE 564-1881 — All Deportments Thurtdoy, March 22, 1979 Filing For Four City Offices Opens Thttrsday Over The All Doy Deferred Energy Hearing HeM I il\LU& Rumor has it that Burke Gil* lies has been named as principal of the new elementary school in Henderson. The school is scheduled to open this fall and is located just south of O'Callaghan Park.. This should be nice for Gillies who has been driving to Las Vegas for his principal duties. Gillies was previously assistant principal at Chesster T. Sewell elementary school. James B. Gibson, son of Senator James I. Gibson, has been named Bishop of the Henderson Third Ward Gibson an attorney, will be assisted by counselors Myron Shepherd and Bob Wilcock. What started out for Betty Honn to be a service to the people of Clark County to save unwanted animals from death, has turned out to be for her a full • time court battle. I'd like to suggest to the humane society people who apparently have nothing to do but dog after Honn, that they put their efforts into helping her. If she could use the money spent for attorneys on her Animal Adoptions, Ltd., she could have a Tirst class establishment. The cost of housing her animals during the two weeks the county had them ttom her establishment, was $9,000. That might point out how much it costs to feed the animals. Any shortcomings of her establishment, Betty readily adn&its, but she is trying to bring it up to code. There's no doubt that Honn will appeal the case which was decided against her Tues.. but she feels her side has not been presented and she wants her case out now. Sec NEWS DESK Cent OB PC. 2 By Mary Stafford No one came forward XQ protest or comment during an all day hearing held Tuesday oh the request of C.P. National to recover from its customers for the fourth deferred energy adjustment period the amount of 149,721 applicable to all sales in its Henderson district from the period of March 1 through August 31. 1979. The hearing heard testimony from both sides and all figures presented by the company were throughly examined. The Public Service Commissioners will examine all of the testimony, explained local C.P. National manager John Holtnan, and they should issue and order and opinion sometime in the next two weeks. Holman said he expected the rate to be approved but probably would not go into effect until May 1. "Then the rate would only run for four months and another bearing would be held to determine the rate for the following six months." These hearings are generally held in Carson City. Holman said, and Tuesday's hearing was a first of this kind to take place in Henderson. One of the facts questioned during the lengthy hearing was that C.P. National is the only utility that pro-rates and Holman predicted this will probably be changed by the Commission ... to go to a calendar date for rates. James Dbyle, assistant rate engineer for C.P. National from their San Francisco office, testified "they have always done their billing that way. To change would incur costs the company did notfind necessary to do at this time." Doyle was also asked if two ratings could be shown on a bill, either from the beginning or ending of an amortization period. He said two rates would be shown as one line items and it probably wouldn't be acutely clear to someone who didn't have knowledge of deferred energy accounting. Gwen Munford Rilled in HigJiwoy Accident lOSf dt UNA BENERT The 1979 Mardi Gras celebration, spontered by HM hospital auiiliory, brought a $30,000 check to aid in equipping the emergency room. Shown presenting the check to Sister Maurten Comer, left, is Phyllis Epkes, auxiliary president. Tourist Ctmidtn H Kwisf Ploque Commemorating Dog's Grave is Tol(en Down An accident on Boulder Highway Monday, resulted in the death of Gwendolyn Munford. 32, of 135 Magnesium St. She passed away Tues. night at Sunrise hospit&l. The Nevada Highway Patrol investigator said a lenghty investigation into the accident has been conducted and will probably result in charges but he declined to elaborate. According to the report, Mrs. Munford stopped on Boulder Hiehwav in the left lane of traffic to pick up some lounge chairs lying in the roadway about 10 a.m. Mon. She was bending down in nront of her vehicle when it was struck in tlie rear by a car driven by David Sanchez, 10, of 38M Cartier St. The highway trooper said the woman. after being hurltd through tii iir, landed on her head. Sht was taken in critical con5 dition to 8nrise hospital. The accident is still under investigation. Mrs. Munford owned the Country Time dog grooming business in Henderson. by Bill Harbour Nig, the canine mascot of the builders of Hoover Dam, was returned to obscurity this week as officials at the U.S. Bureauof Reclamation Regional Office reluctantly ordered a plaque above the dog's grave removed. The action followed a barrage of letters from an irate Wisconsin man who visited thedam lastsummer. U.S.B.R. officials said Clarence Kailin of Madison, Wisconsin, viewed the grave of the dog located Just below the Snackateria in the turnout for vehicles in need of air and water. In one corner of the area there is a small concrete slab with the word "NIG" drawn in the concrete. Beneath the slab rest the ramains of the faithful mascot of the workers. For ytars, thousands saw the slab an4 were perhaps puzzled. There was no other -identifying information to isxplain why it was there. A story of the dog is on display in the Exhibit Building nearby and perhaps somt read the story and made the connection. A few years ago, employees at the dam came up with the idea of commemorating the grave with a suitable plaque. Following through, the plaque was designed, constructed and mounted on the rugged rock face of the adjourning cliff. It was a simple plaque ... leading off with the dog's name, "Nig" ... and giving his birth date, date of death and the briefest of descriptions of who the dog was. Many were proud of the new plaque. Kailin was not. He complained during the tour that the plaque was offensive and "racist" in nature. When he returned hohje. he wrote the Wisconsin Senator Gaylord Nelson. The Senator's office wrote U.S.B.R. officials here. A ftill packet of explanatory materSiifNyiP.2 ft 1 Filing for four city offices wilt begin next Thursday morning at 9 a.m. and three of the four incimbents have indicated they will seek re • election. Seeking re • election to their seats will be Councilman Phil Stout, ward 1; Gary Price, Ward 2, and Municipal Judge Jim Jen< sen. Corlton Lawrence has indicated he ^ rwt seek e~ etet* tion. Those wishing to file for tite four offices may file during regulor working hours at city hall from 8 to S each day until the closing on Friday April 6. The fiU ing fee for. councilman and municipal judge is $25. To qualify for the offices the individual must be a resident of the city for a continuous three • year peiod immediately preceding his election and be a qualified elector. Councilmen must also be a resident within the ward'he is to represent. Anyone wishing to register to vote in the primary election may Qty Bedion See P. 2 Services for Local Bvsinesswomon set for Friday Funeral services for Gwendolyn Sue Munford, 32. are scheduled for 10 am.m Friday at the Ocean Street LDS Chapel with Bishop Calvin Black of the Second Ward officiating. Mrs. Munford passed away March 20 in Las Vegas as the result of an accident She was born September 28. 1946 in Whittier, California and had resided in Henderson and the Southern Nevada area for many years. She was the owner of Country Time Dog Grooming on Water Street Survivors include her husband. Larry, of Henderson; two daughters. Tina Marie and Kathelyn Munford of Henderson; mother! Henrietta L. Horton of Las Vegas; and sisters. Patsy Jones and Mary Jane Jenkins, both of Las Vegas. Graveside services will be held at the Cedar City. Utah cemetery at approximately 4:30 p.m. Friday. ^ r< 1 u V