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1979-03-27 - Henderson Home News

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1979-03-27 - Henderson Home News
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Stte L.trnry >n :xty ;• • 89?0k No Cluc^ III murder Here RECEIVED 19ff MAR 3 NEVADA STA1 CAHSONI LIBRARY >(V. 09710 Prizes Mount for Indostrioi Doys Queen No new clues have surfaced in tbt bludgeoning death of a Henderson man Saturday, according to police who are still looking for the man's roommate for questioning. Manuel Sandoval, 35, was found lying in a pool of blood inside his mobile home about 4 p.m. 3at. He was Henderson's third murder victim of the year. Sandoval was discovered by a relative visiting the victim at the mobile hoOMftrkon Easy Street. HendtriM Patrol Lt. Ron Delia said Stndoval had been severly beaten about the back of his head and face. He died at 4:30 p.m. in the emergency room at St. Rose de Lima hospital. The man's roommate, Joseph Nunes, is being sought for questioning. Nunes is described as five feet six inches tall, 140 pounds, with shoulder lenfith sandy hair and tatoos on both arms. He was last seen wearing a black vinyl jacket and a fur collar and light blue jeans. Delia said a blunt instrument apparently was used-to inflict Sandoval's head Wounds. The other two Henderson murders occurred in Jan. at a party in Pittman when two men were killed. The list of prizes continue to mount up for the Miss Industrial Days Beauty Pageant. Prizes which will be awarded include a gift certificate from Valley Bank, a pair of Levis from Levi Strauss Co., buffet dinner for two from the Swanky Club, gift certificate from Bank of Nevada, buffet dinner for two from the Showboat, dinner for two from the Circus Circus Hotel in the Carson City Room, show for two from the Aladdin Hotel, show for two from the Sands, dinner for two from the Fremont, dinner show for two from, the Desert Inn, dinner show for two from the Four Queens, dinnier show for two from the Dunes, dinner for two from LitT rjTi.it H ra HENDERSON I I XmsrS INSUSTSIil CIITXS THE COMMUNITY'S NEWSPAPER PLUS WEEKLY SHOPPERS DISPLAYING MERCHANTS' MESSAGES TO MOST OF THE HOMES IN THE HENDERSON-BOULDER CITY AREA Our 31st Yar • 24th Edition HENDERSON. NEVADA PHONE 564-1881 — All Departments SECTION 27 HAS WATER SHORTAGE PROBLEM By Lorna Ketterson The Vegas Valley LasSertoma Club recently ran a competiton to find a nominee to submit to the National competition of the National Scholastic and Memorial (Und. The number of winners will depend on the number of donations and at the present time the number is eight. The selections will be made in June and the winners will be presented a $200 award to further their college education. The local nominee is Nickie Sanchez, a senior at Basic high school Nickie has exhibited outstanding records in academics, extra curricular activities a well as civic and church activities, and at the same time has a part tinie job. The award is based on both academic and financial need. LaSertoma is the ladies auxliary of the Sertoma organization. This stands for service to man. and both groups are deeply involved in various projects to help others, • primarily the youth. The Housing Authority of Clark County, which will meet Thurs., March 29 at 4 p.m. in the administration building on E. Flamingo, will discuss a resolution certifying that the aggregate gross rent of families residing in conventional low rent public housing projects and not less than amount equal to one flflh of the sum of family income of all such families. The housing board will also discuss one or more resolutions relating to application for $150,000 in modernization fUnds for replacement of temporary health clinic at Landsman Gardens. At the risk of sounding like I do not approve of Pres. Carter, let's consider tne tact that we are all going to have to re discover our feet. The price of gas, which surely will be at least $1 a gallon soon, includes lots of state and federal taxes with which to build highways. What hapens if we all take to bicycles? How can we pay for the bicycle paths? You can't Shonnon Wonts bis Position Bacl( Last Friday John R. Shanrton. who was fired from Basic High School, filed a petition for judicial review in District Couft against the Board of Trustees of the Clark County School District in an attempt to get his job back. Atthe time of his firing he had 30 days to appe trustee's decision after receiving official notification from the school district. The trustees voted February 13 to discharge Shannon after rejecting a hearing officer's recommendation, that he t>e reinstated. Shannon was suspended in September 1976 after being charged with two counts of lewdness with a minor. The charges were later dismissed in both Justice and district courts. Hearing officer Mike Cherry conducted eight hearings before submitting his report recommending that Shannon be reinstated. The trustees met iti two closed personnel sessions to review Cherry's recommendation before voting unanimously to reject that recommendation. School superintendent also reviewed the hearing officer's report and. recommended Shannon be fired. According to the legal action. Shannon should have been reinstated immediately after all charges against him were dismissed August 11, 1977. "The decision is arbitrary, capricious and characterized by abuse of discretion," according to the petition. The case was assigned to District Court Judge Michael Wendell for further proceedings. tax the air you put in the tires. (Or can you). You never know what the geniuses in Washington will come up with next. So what if we all walk? Do they put a road tax on shoes? Let's face it, I don't approve of Pres. Carter and his give away policies overseas, and squeeze the citizens at home. Tuesday, March 27, 1979 I WONDER WHERE HENDERSON WENT?.Driving toward Henderson from Las Vegas tho othor moming, the "white cloud" had completely covered Henderson. However, whon you got to Henderson and looked back, a dork brown cloud hung over Las Vegas. You con choose your color. PROCLAIMS NATIONAL CANCER MONTH Mavor Lorin Williams is Shown signing a proclamation designating the month of April as Na-. tionalCancer Month. With him are left, Smitty Chandler, Henderson CancerCrusadechairwoman.andherco-chairman.JuanB.Sotomayot Smitty Chandler, HenI derson residential •j Crusade Chairman for I the American Cancer Society has announced I the kickoff celebration j for the Crusade will be I held at 7 p.m. Wednes' day March aS at the El I dorado Chib. I Volunteers and local Switty diaiNller Nomed Cancer Cnisode Clrairmoii residents are invited to attend the kickoff which will include a film pre' sentation and honored guests. 'Mayor Williams will present a proclamation declaring April the ACS Crusade month at the kickoff." stated ChanCounty Crusade Chairman will also attend the celebration. The inspirational film for the 1979 Crusade the story of Tom Harper will be shown. Harper was at Annapolis in 1973 and a member of the Navy football team when he became ill with cancer of the abdomen. After undergoing rigorous treatment with surgery. Tom planned his return to the Naval Academy, to football and to life. "Harper's story of success in his fight against cancer is what we all work together to Kcomplish," stated Chandler A water outage hit the Section 27 oreo of the city Sunday, and city officials attributed it to the sudden increase in water usage on the nice weekend. City Manager Bob Campbell said he hod authorized "full speed aheod" on completing the one million gallon water tank near Horizon Drive which will • service the Section 27 area .ard i Mission Hills. The water outage was the first real problem experierKed in the area since lost summer and steps are being token !• eKminote the problem. The problem will be eliminated through two ways, one, -the cempletion of the new reservoir, ond the other'to place a pressure regulator near Wagon Wheel Drive. Campbell said the residents experienced a short outoge Mon* day mormhg when the water usage wo^ again high, but that the ano will be serviced water from two directions and the problem should be eliminated. Crews on the water tank construction and the regulator have been outhorited to work overtime on the project to eliminate the problems. "We realiie the aggravation the people have experienced," Campbell said, "but hopefully it will be corrected in the next few days." ^Western Jamboree' Porticiponts Needed Now is the time to get involved in Henderson Industrial Days. Applications are available for the parade, beauty pageant and talent contest and we urge you to become involved. You can pick up applications at the Henderson Chamber of Com; merce. 100 E. Lake Mead ^ Drive. For more information call the Henderson Chamber : of Commerce at 565-8951 j This year's "Western JamJ boree" promises to be bigger \ and better than ever. The festivities coming up'April 20 • May 6 will include a beauty pageant, fundays at Morrell Park. Softball tournament, tennis tournament, carnival, talent show, parade, rodeo, and a dance. Come and join us in these exciting activities! I • \ I I \ \ \ \

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-f v>Poftl HmlfMn Hitm Newt, H*ndnon, ;Ntvodo TMMkiy, MoiA 77, 1979 Filing For Four City Offices Opens Thnrsda; Two local Men Enter Mint 400 Ken Freeman and Joe Hill of Henderson have entered the 1979 edition of the grueling 1979 $100,00aMint 400 Desert Race to be held In Las Vegas, April 26-29. The Nevada residents will compete in the tough class 9 division for Limited Dis. Single Seat type vehiclec. Sponsorship for this effort comes from Freeman Carpet. The Mint 400 is considered to be the richest and most prestigious of off road events. Freeman and Hill will drive a Funco ssi as thty aim for a share of the more than $100,000 purse and an equivalent amount in manufacturers' contingency money. The race, which consists of fbur 100-mile laps, will be run over a variety of terrain in the treacherous desert north of Las Vegas. Pre race activities are highlighted by the technical inspection |0f the vehicles which takes place on Fremont Street, April 27. Racing enthusiaists have an opportunity for aclose up view of theise TO OPEN OR MOT TO OPEN? i^ighly specialiied vehicles their drivers, as they move along contingency row through the day and into the night. Entries have been received from throughout the U.S., Canada, Mexico and Japan.' Soeed King, Mickev Thompson, was the first ofTicial entry received at racing headquar^ ters for the seventh consecutive year. For more information, write; Mint 400 Racing Headquarters, P.O. Box 2160. Las Vegas, NV 89101. Westworld Hits a Snag If the Nevada Gaming Commisiiion was to allow a resort to operate gaming while the prospective licensees were still undergoing investigation of suitability, it could set a precedent for others to follow, maintained gaming commissioner George Swarts as he stood adamantly by his decision to deny Old Vegas or Westworld, as it is now called, permission to operate 90 slot machines at U|e family resort without a garnVng license investigation. Las week officials at the newly built Westworld were saying the family park had been closed temporarily for alterations and would be opening again in April. The recent denial by the Commission could mean the fesort will remain closed until the gaming license is approved which could take two months or more. •Television producer Burt ^garmanof Los Angeles and Mexican financier Gabriel Bvsic Coed Found Deod •A 15 year old Basic high school sophomore was found (fead at her residence at 1207 Hlbledo Sunday afternoon at 3r45. according to Henderson itolice. .'^^olleen Rawson was found t^' her mother. There was no • Ltidication of trauma. The death is being investigated by the Coroner's office. Alarcon, Jr. of Mexico City have put $2.5 million in escrow to obtain controlling interest in the Old Tucson Corp., which owns 80.4 percent of Old West Corp., the operator of Westworld. The two asked the commission to waive procedure and allow them to operate while an investigation of "suitability" requirements is being made. Nevada Gaming Control Board chairman Roger Trounday said this amountsto temporary licensing for which there is no provision in Nevada Gaming statutes. Swarts said he could not Uaderstand what the emergency was since the board expects to have its investigative report ready for the May commission meeting. The Nevada Gaming Control Board had .recommended against the establishment operating gaming until suitability requirements were met and a vote.to overturn the board's recommendation had to be unanimous. The final vote was 3-2 with Commission Chairman Harry Reid. Clair Haycock and Walter Cox voting in fav6r of Sugarmans request while Swarts and Jack Walsh voted against it. Sugarman. who produces such shows as the Midnight Special and Celebrity Sweepstakes, said that without the gaming which takes up half the space at the resort, there is only the restaurant and other attractions to entice tourists to visit the facility. "Without it. it wouldn't make much sense to open," he said. He was also concerned that the public might interpret a license denial as that of the new owners being of questionable character. "The general public does not know what licensing procedures are all about. I didn't until a few months ago," Sugarman told the commission. "The lay person attaches a stigma to license denial and I think that will hurt us," he said. Later Sugarman said he would be meeting with other members of th& board of di; rectors along with Old Tucson president Robert Shelton in a few days to decide when and if the resort will open during the interim. Yesterday Mark Kempner, Westworld Marketing Manager, said they are awaiting the arrival of Walt Carter who will be the general manager of the park. Carter will be arriving in Henderson April 1 and "as he is very vital to our operaition, we are waiting for input from him," Kempner explained. "Right now things are pretty much up in the air and as yet no conclusion has been reached althougn several meetings have been held here, in San Diego and in Los .\ngeles." Building Department Asks: Are you Owner Builder or Contractor The following is a brief explanation of the interpretation of the owner builder clause in Nevada Revised Statute 624. The Statute was enacted by ihe Legislature with an exempt section. This section. Oamely, NRS 624,330. lists all of the individuals and situations which are exempt from Requiring a contractors Dcense. Paragraph four (4) of ifie exempt section, states that. 'This ohapter does not apply to duners of property building an execute an owner buil(Jerj)ermit at a local building 4epartment and construct his own home if he intends to oc, oupy the home and does not intend to sell the home prior to ~ ton. Corlton Lowronco hat indi<' catod ht will not took ro • oloctlon. Thoso wishing to filo for tho four officts may filo during rogur lar working hours at city hall from I to 5 each day until tho doting on Fridoy April 6. Tho filing foo for councilman and munidpot judgo ii $25. To qualify for tho officot tho individual mutt bo a rotidont of tho city for a continuout throo • year poiod immodiotoly procod-,, ing hit oloction and bo a qualified oltctor. Councilmon mutf"^ alto bo 0 rosidont within tho ward ho it to roprotont. Anyont wishing to rogittor to voto in tho primary oloction may do so at the city clork't offico at city hall during tho working hourt of I a.m. to 5 p.m. Tho office it clotod at noon. Sovoral poopio hovo indicotod an intortst in tho officos which will bocomo vacant. Somo of thoto who hovo indicotod an intorott in tho Ward 1 pott iiKludot Jinri Balk, Carol DoPuo. Howovor, nono of thoto portoni hovo officially announcod. For tho Word hw pott hold by Lowronct, thoto who havo oxprottod on intorott includo Loo Ziko, Bob Glcutbum, Ray Currior, and Richord Innott. ^BS Proclamation WHEREAS, the tragedy of cancer is all too well known to millions of Americans because of the grief that accompanies it; and WHEREAS, there are few families in Henderson that have not been affected by this dread disease; and WHEREAS, the American Cancer Society has proposed a month of effort aimed at cancer prevention through National Cancer Month; and WHEREAS: it is the belief of the medical profession that cancer is curable,if detected and treated in its early stages and that this practice would result in the saving of millions of lives each year; NOW,THEREFORE,!, LORIN L. WILLIAMS, Mayor of the City of Henderson, Nevada, in support of the American Cancer Society's National Cancer Month effort, do hereby proclaim April 1 through April 30,1979, as: NATIONAL CANCER MONTH in and fortheCity ofHenderson and urge that during that monthall residents ofthe city commemorate this observance with appropriate activities. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal ofthe City of Henderson to be affixed this 20th day of March, 1979. (s) Lorin L. Williams Lorin L Williams, Mayor J \\mL^=kBmjiim m I, IfSI PubliihH tvcfT Tuetdiy am) Thunday niirnini ai 12 WaMr S(rvt. Htndcnen. Nnida. MIt. PboM J6t-ll MORRV nNOrr Bdllor k rMbllihtr UTM MMtrtM MtBMliU Editor 4 Central Manacrr Mary luflbrd EdIloiitI Htppf PrtM* A4vtrtiiing Man*f*r IIULM SMcti. BoeUMptr k AuliUM Genfral Kit WlllltiM ClrcnlatiM Catorad tvtha pM tllk* m HmidtrMn. Nmtda. M MtWld ClaM MIMr M ittM I. IHI SUBSCRIPTION RATES MAU. SUMCIUfTIONS •MWMMUMI IIMhrwl ttCifOV OM All Photos tak*n by the Hen dcrton Home Vrwi lUfr for u> or possible uie in thi newi paper are Ihe nole property of the Hendertofl Home Newi. The Henderson Home Nti aisunei no ftnancial rMpeanlbdity for errors in advertisemenlt We will reprint without chariir or cancel (he charrw for that-portion of Ihe advertisement which ii in error if the Honif News is at favlt I ^ oy Andy Jtffaritn • wndorton ttomo Nows, Hondoiton, Novodo • pg^ 3 '^ "*^ Jtfforton Basic Golfers Ready for Conference Play Tuotdoy, March 27, 1979 The boy's varsity golf team from Basic has shown itself to be the team to beat this season in Southern Nevada prep golf with a 5-0-1 pre-conference early season record. This is another year in which Basic, the defending state AAAchamplons, nave set the pace for the other Las Vegas schools their best team effort coming just this past Thursday, a 195 or 39 strolce average, in a practice round following a forfeit win • o^'er Vo-Tech's Roadrunners. This low team score is but one strolee better than Western's 196 op posite Valley in their last Thursday's matchup. Valley is the team which accounted for Basic's one tie so far when the two schools linotted at 203 last Tuesday. The Wolves will be meeting Western High this afternoon at the Las Vegas Municipal Golf Course in a match which from the two team's per, formances thus far suggest it to be one of the closest and toughest this season will see in interscholastic golf Basic will be counting on low scores in this regular conterence play opener from Russell Sloan, a senior state defending champ, as well ast from senior Tom Smith, juniors Ed Thurow and Lulce La Porta, and sophmore Roy Cummins. La Porta, Cummins, and Sloan have all shot in the 30's this season over nine holes, scoring as medalist for Basic, and coach Dennis Smusiciewiez feels that his entire squad is playing better with every round. He fully expects to best Western's Warriors' whom he sees as Basic's real threat in this year's schedule. Play begins at 3 p.m. today. Russell Sloan Senior Henderson Sandpipers Record Top Swim Times Members ofthe South ern Nevada Sandpipers from Henderson havebeen turning in some excellent times and meet finishes in the past few weelis, as the team has traveled to Redlands, < Calif, last weelcend for a big meet and then participated in a developmental meet at UNLV this past week. At Redlands all the members of the team posted their best times of the season so far, The varsity girls played well in two games last week but ended up being edged in the flnal inning in both contests Friday in a homestand opposite Bonanza and on Saturday in a makeup game with Eldorado which was delayed fi'om last week due to rainy weather The Wolves stood tied 7-7 at the end of regulation play with Bonanza on Friday just to suffer a fourteen run barrage in the first extra inning, to especially Todd Drietzler who took firsts in all six of his events. Wendy and Cindy Martin as well as John Woolridge also had excellent times. In the developmental meet coach Greg Sorich reports John to have cut two seconds off his previous best time in the 50 freestyle to take first place in that event while placing second for the 50 butterfly by cutting five seconds off his previous best for a 47.4. Varsity Edged Twice which they could only respond with one tally losing the decision 21-8. In their Saturday game with the Sun Devils the Basic girls held the advantage 8-7 going into the bottom of the seventh just to have Eldorado score two last inning runs on them to take the contest 9-8. The 0-4 varsity will be hosting rival Boulder City this afternoon while the junior varsity will travel to Boulder to take on the Eagles. The junior Other good swims came from Bill Futrell who took a nht in his age group for the 50 freestyle with a 30.5 clocking Dana Sheehan picked up a girl's 13-14 age win in the same event with a 29.9 Wendy Martin among the nine and ten year old girls took several thirds and fourths while Wendy Smith turned in other good times and Leslie Bradberry in her debut with the thirteen and up girls swam excellently. varsity will make up their game with Eldorado on April 5th in a 3 p.m. homestand. J. Wlgglesworth Reports for Duty h Mississippi Naw Ensign James J. Wlgglesworth, son of Robert J. and Beverly Wlgglesworth of 109 Ocotillo, Henderson, has reported for duty with Training Squadron 19, Ed Thurow Buricliolder Sports The Jaguar girl's volleyball closed out their '79 season last Thursday afternoon with a three game victory over Cashman junior high school, taking a 9-15 defeat in their opener but bouncing back with two in a row 15-10 and 15-1 to take the match win. Burkholder. slow in getting their offense going, was behind 5-7 in the second game biefore they achieved their shift in momentum which brought them the second game a victory which gave them the confidence to go on in the third game with a blowout over Cashman emphasized by seven-^ straight service points from Chris Welendorff. The girls' team finished the season with an 8-4 overall record, having,posted 4-2 marks in both the preseason practice games and the regulation contests, losing to Bridger and Boulder in the early going, and in. the regular season falling again to the Eagles and then to the Longhorns of Woodbury who topped the division with an undefeated season to qualify for the post-season county tournament opposite Hyde Park junior high. The boys softball team unfortunately experienced defeat at the hands and bats of Cashman 7-1, as the team got its fielding smoothed out but couldn't get the hitting to go with it, though the bases'were loaded twice during game in Basic Surpasses Valley in Swim Meet The Wolves swim team ran up a 95-64 advantage on Valley High School Wednesday last to take the win over the Vikings and run their conference record to 2-0. The Aqua Wolves were powered to their victory by a double win from Mark Hillstead who' achieved dual victories in the 50 yard freestyle with a time of 26 seconds flat and in the 100 breast stroke, touching in ai 1:09.2. The Basic team received a big boost fVom their diviers who scored a 1, 2, 3 sweep of their event led by Tracy Ware's first place 19085 total In another swimming event on Thursday the Aqua Wolves raised Naval Air Station. Meridian, Miss. A 19/3. graduate of Basic High School, and a 1978 graduate of the Photos by Lyle Matson -i situations that Burkholder was unable to capitalize on. The Jaguar's single score came from a Richard Loyd RBI shot driving in Buddy Swartzenberg who reached base on a Hoy luiunuiib solid single. The remainder of the Jaguar boy's season play will be determined by their success opposite Boulder in Monday's rescheduling of last week's rainout and -whether Bridger's Falcons can knock off Cashman as well to create a threeway tie for the top spot which will meet the other divisional leader for the county championship. m^^m>m>^m im 0^0m m i^'^^ mm ^'m mimm m'mm^ i li:<\iaher Matthau Michael Caine Elaine May Bill Cosby Richard Pk^or Jane Rxida Maggie Smith University ot. southern California, Los Angeles, Calif., with a Bachelor of Arts degree, he joined the Navy in January 1978. The best t\H)-hour vacation intonn! COLL'MBlAPICTlRtSiiiisiMs RM STARK •••iIHV .SHI RBI Rl ROSS mvi SULSIMONSC AIIMlRSUSl IT( 4^,, ALAS ALDA-MITH All (MM Bill roSB\-IAM HINDA WALTIRMATTHAI'-ILAIM MAY •RICHAROPRVofi-MAOGII SMITH v^iir..." MILSIMOS-i^x*. JKRAYSTARK-IV, h • HIRBUO R(SS J^ SHOWTIMES NBiRY SUN. TWU THURS. AT Sffll PM SHOWS,EVm m. 6 SAT. AT 7 6 J PM MATME BIBir SAT. 6 SUN. AT 2J0 PM. 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-f v>Poftl HmlfMn Hitm Newt, H*ndnon, ;Ntvodo TMMkiy, MoiA 77, 1979 Filing For Four City Offices Opens Thnrsda; Two local Men Enter Mint 400 Ken Freeman and Joe Hill of Henderson have entered the 1979 edition of the grueling 1979 $100,00aMint 400 Desert Race to be held In Las Vegas, April 26-29. The Nevada residents will compete in the tough class 9 division for Limited Dis. Single Seat type vehiclec. Sponsorship for this effort comes from Freeman Carpet. The Mint 400 is considered to be the richest and most prestigious of off road events. Freeman and Hill will drive a Funco ssi as thty aim for a share of the more than $100,000 purse and an equivalent amount in manufacturers' contingency money. The race, which consists of fbur 100-mile laps, will be run over a variety of terrain in the treacherous desert north of Las Vegas. Pre race activities are highlighted by the technical inspection |0f the vehicles which takes place on Fremont Street, April 27. Racing enthusiaists have an opportunity for aclose up view of theise TO OPEN OR MOT TO OPEN? i^ighly specialiied vehicles their drivers, as they move along contingency row through the day and into the night. Entries have been received from throughout the U.S., Canada, Mexico and Japan.' Soeed King, Mickev Thompson, was the first ofTicial entry received at racing headquar^ ters for the seventh consecutive year. For more information, write; Mint 400 Racing Headquarters, P.O. Box 2160. Las Vegas, NV 89101. Westworld Hits a Snag If the Nevada Gaming Commisiiion was to allow a resort to operate gaming while the prospective licensees were still undergoing investigation of suitability, it could set a precedent for others to follow, maintained gaming commissioner George Swarts as he stood adamantly by his decision to deny Old Vegas or Westworld, as it is now called, permission to operate 90 slot machines at U|e family resort without a garnVng license investigation. Las week officials at the newly built Westworld were saying the family park had been closed temporarily for alterations and would be opening again in April. The recent denial by the Commission could mean the fesort will remain closed until the gaming license is approved which could take two months or more. •Television producer Burt ^garmanof Los Angeles and Mexican financier Gabriel Bvsic Coed Found Deod •A 15 year old Basic high school sophomore was found (fead at her residence at 1207 Hlbledo Sunday afternoon at 3r45. according to Henderson itolice. .'^^olleen Rawson was found t^' her mother. There was no • Ltidication of trauma. The death is being investigated by the Coroner's office. Alarcon, Jr. of Mexico City have put $2.5 million in escrow to obtain controlling interest in the Old Tucson Corp., which owns 80.4 percent of Old West Corp., the operator of Westworld. The two asked the commission to waive procedure and allow them to operate while an investigation of "suitability" requirements is being made. Nevada Gaming Control Board chairman Roger Trounday said this amountsto temporary licensing for which there is no provision in Nevada Gaming statutes. Swarts said he could not Uaderstand what the emergency was since the board expects to have its investigative report ready for the May commission meeting. The Nevada Gaming Control Board had .recommended against the establishment operating gaming until suitability requirements were met and a vote.to overturn the board's recommendation had to be unanimous. The final vote was 3-2 with Commission Chairman Harry Reid. Clair Haycock and Walter Cox voting in fav6r of Sugarmans request while Swarts and Jack Walsh voted against it. Sugarman. who produces such shows as the Midnight Special and Celebrity Sweepstakes, said that without the gaming which takes up half the space at the resort, there is only the restaurant and other attractions to entice tourists to visit the facility. "Without it. it wouldn't make much sense to open," he said. He was also concerned that the public might interpret a license denial as that of the new owners being of questionable character. "The general public does not know what licensing procedures are all about. I didn't until a few months ago," Sugarman told the commission. "The lay person attaches a stigma to license denial and I think that will hurt us," he said. Later Sugarman said he would be meeting with other members of th& board of di; rectors along with Old Tucson president Robert Shelton in a few days to decide when and if the resort will open during the interim. Yesterday Mark Kempner, Westworld Marketing Manager, said they are awaiting the arrival of Walt Carter who will be the general manager of the park. Carter will be arriving in Henderson April 1 and "as he is very vital to our operaition, we are waiting for input from him," Kempner explained. "Right now things are pretty much up in the air and as yet no conclusion has been reached althougn several meetings have been held here, in San Diego and in Los .\ngeles." Building Department Asks: Are you Owner Builder or Contractor The following is a brief explanation of the interpretation of the owner builder clause in Nevada Revised Statute 624. The Statute was enacted by ihe Legislature with an exempt section. This section. Oamely, NRS 624,330. lists all of the individuals and situations which are exempt from Requiring a contractors Dcense. Paragraph four (4) of ifie exempt section, states that. 'This ohapter does not apply to duners of property building an execute an owner buil(Jerj)ermit at a local building 4epartment and construct his own home if he intends to oc, oupy the home and does not intend to sell the home prior to ~ ton. Corlton Lowronco hat indi<' catod ht will not took ro • oloctlon. Thoso wishing to filo for tho four officts may filo during rogur lar working hours at city hall from I to 5 each day until tho doting on Fridoy April 6. Tho filing foo for councilman and munidpot judgo ii $25. To qualify for tho officot tho individual mutt bo a rotidont of tho city for a continuout throo • year poiod immodiotoly procod-,, ing hit oloction and bo a qualified oltctor. Councilmon mutf"^ alto bo 0 rosidont within tho ward ho it to roprotont. Anyont wishing to rogittor to voto in tho primary oloction may do so at the city clork't offico at city hall during tho working hourt of I a.m. to 5 p.m. Tho office it clotod at noon. Sovoral poopio hovo indicotod an intortst in tho officos which will bocomo vacant. Somo of thoto who hovo indicotod an intorott in tho Ward 1 pott iiKludot Jinri Balk, Carol DoPuo. Howovor, nono of thoto portoni hovo officially announcod. For tho Word hw pott hold by Lowronct, thoto who havo oxprottod on intorott includo Loo Ziko, Bob Glcutbum, Ray Currior, and Richord Innott. ^BS Proclamation WHEREAS, the tragedy of cancer is all too well known to millions of Americans because of the grief that accompanies it; and WHEREAS, there are few families in Henderson that have not been affected by this dread disease; and WHEREAS, the American Cancer Society has proposed a month of effort aimed at cancer prevention through National Cancer Month; and WHEREAS: it is the belief of the medical profession that cancer is curable,if detected and treated in its early stages and that this practice would result in the saving of millions of lives each year; NOW,THEREFORE,!, LORIN L. WILLIAMS, Mayor of the City of Henderson, Nevada, in support of the American Cancer Society's National Cancer Month effort, do hereby proclaim April 1 through April 30,1979, as: NATIONAL CANCER MONTH in and fortheCity ofHenderson and urge that during that monthall residents ofthe city commemorate this observance with appropriate activities. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal ofthe City of Henderson to be affixed this 20th day of March, 1979. (s) Lorin L. Williams Lorin L Williams, Mayor J \\mL^=kBmjiim m I, IfSI PubliihH tvcfT Tuetdiy am) Thunday niirnini ai 12 WaMr S(rvt. Htndcnen. Nnida. MIt. PboM J6t-ll MORRV nNOrr Bdllor k rMbllihtr UTM MMtrtM MtBMliU Editor 4 Central Manacrr Mary luflbrd EdIloiitI Htppf PrtM* A4vtrtiiing Man*f*r IIULM SMcti. BoeUMptr k AuliUM Genfral Kit WlllltiM ClrcnlatiM Catorad tvtha pM tllk* m HmidtrMn. Nmtda. M MtWld ClaM MIMr M ittM I. IHI SUBSCRIPTION RATES MAU. SUMCIUfTIONS •MWMMUMI IIMhrwl ttCifOV OM All Photos tak*n by the Hen dcrton Home Vrwi lUfr for u> or possible uie in thi newi paper are Ihe nole property of the Hendertofl Home Newi. The Henderson Home Nti aisunei no ftnancial rMpeanlbdity for errors in advertisemenlt We will reprint without chariir or cancel (he charrw for that-portion of Ihe advertisement which ii in error if the Honif News is at favlt I ^ oy Andy Jtffaritn • wndorton ttomo Nows, Hondoiton, Novodo • pg^ 3 '^ "*^ Jtfforton Basic Golfers Ready for Conference Play Tuotdoy, March 27, 1979 The boy's varsity golf team from Basic has shown itself to be the team to beat this season in Southern Nevada prep golf with a 5-0-1 pre-conference early season record. This is another year in which Basic, the defending state AAAchamplons, nave set the pace for the other Las Vegas schools their best team effort coming just this past Thursday, a 195 or 39 strolce average, in a practice round following a forfeit win • o^'er Vo-Tech's Roadrunners. This low team score is but one strolee better than Western's 196 op posite Valley in their last Thursday's matchup. Valley is the team which accounted for Basic's one tie so far when the two schools linotted at 203 last Tuesday. The Wolves will be meeting Western High this afternoon at the Las Vegas Municipal Golf Course in a match which from the two team's per, formances thus far suggest it to be one of the closest and toughest this season will see in interscholastic golf Basic will be counting on low scores in this regular conterence play opener from Russell Sloan, a senior state defending champ, as well ast from senior Tom Smith, juniors Ed Thurow and Lulce La Porta, and sophmore Roy Cummins. La Porta, Cummins, and Sloan have all shot in the 30's this season over nine holes, scoring as medalist for Basic, and coach Dennis Smusiciewiez feels that his entire squad is playing better with every round. He fully expects to best Western's Warriors' whom he sees as Basic's real threat in this year's schedule. Play begins at 3 p.m. today. Russell Sloan Senior Henderson Sandpipers Record Top Swim Times Members ofthe South ern Nevada Sandpipers from Henderson havebeen turning in some excellent times and meet finishes in the past few weelis, as the team has traveled to Redlands, < Calif, last weelcend for a big meet and then participated in a developmental meet at UNLV this past week. At Redlands all the members of the team posted their best times of the season so far, The varsity girls played well in two games last week but ended up being edged in the flnal inning in both contests Friday in a homestand opposite Bonanza and on Saturday in a makeup game with Eldorado which was delayed fi'om last week due to rainy weather The Wolves stood tied 7-7 at the end of regulation play with Bonanza on Friday just to suffer a fourteen run barrage in the first extra inning, to especially Todd Drietzler who took firsts in all six of his events. Wendy and Cindy Martin as well as John Woolridge also had excellent times. In the developmental meet coach Greg Sorich reports John to have cut two seconds off his previous best time in the 50 freestyle to take first place in that event while placing second for the 50 butterfly by cutting five seconds off his previous best for a 47.4. Varsity Edged Twice which they could only respond with one tally losing the decision 21-8. In their Saturday game with the Sun Devils the Basic girls held the advantage 8-7 going into the bottom of the seventh just to have Eldorado score two last inning runs on them to take the contest 9-8. The 0-4 varsity will be hosting rival Boulder City this afternoon while the junior varsity will travel to Boulder to take on the Eagles. The junior Other good swims came from Bill Futrell who took a nht in his age group for the 50 freestyle with a 30.5 clocking Dana Sheehan picked up a girl's 13-14 age win in the same event with a 29.9 Wendy Martin among the nine and ten year old girls took several thirds and fourths while Wendy Smith turned in other good times and Leslie Bradberry in her debut with the thirteen and up girls swam excellently. varsity will make up their game with Eldorado on April 5th in a 3 p.m. homestand. J. Wlgglesworth Reports for Duty h Mississippi Naw Ensign James J. Wlgglesworth, son of Robert J. and Beverly Wlgglesworth of 109 Ocotillo, Henderson, has reported for duty with Training Squadron 19, Ed Thurow Buricliolder Sports The Jaguar girl's volleyball closed out their '79 season last Thursday afternoon with a three game victory over Cashman junior high school, taking a 9-15 defeat in their opener but bouncing back with two in a row 15-10 and 15-1 to take the match win. Burkholder. slow in getting their offense going, was behind 5-7 in the second game biefore they achieved their shift in momentum which brought them the second game a victory which gave them the confidence to go on in the third game with a blowout over Cashman emphasized by seven-^ straight service points from Chris Welendorff. The girls' team finished the season with an 8-4 overall record, having,posted 4-2 marks in both the preseason practice games and the regulation contests, losing to Bridger and Boulder in the early going, and in. the regular season falling again to the Eagles and then to the Longhorns of Woodbury who topped the division with an undefeated season to qualify for the post-season county tournament opposite Hyde Park junior high. The boys softball team unfortunately experienced defeat at the hands and bats of Cashman 7-1, as the team got its fielding smoothed out but couldn't get the hitting to go with it, though the bases'were loaded twice during game in Basic Surpasses Valley in Swim Meet The Wolves swim team ran up a 95-64 advantage on Valley High School Wednesday last to take the win over the Vikings and run their conference record to 2-0. The Aqua Wolves were powered to their victory by a double win from Mark Hillstead who' achieved dual victories in the 50 yard freestyle with a time of 26 seconds flat and in the 100 breast stroke, touching in ai 1:09.2. The Basic team received a big boost fVom their diviers who scored a 1, 2, 3 sweep of their event led by Tracy Ware's first place 19085 total In another swimming event on Thursday the Aqua Wolves raised Naval Air Station. Meridian, Miss. A 19/3. graduate of Basic High School, and a 1978 graduate of the Photos by Lyle Matson -i situations that Burkholder was unable to capitalize on. The Jaguar's single score came from a Richard Loyd RBI shot driving in Buddy Swartzenberg who reached base on a Hoy luiunuiib solid single. The remainder of the Jaguar boy's season play will be determined by their success opposite Boulder in Monday's rescheduling of last week's rainout and -whether Bridger's Falcons can knock off Cashman as well to create a threeway tie for the top spot which will meet the other divisional leader for the county championship. m^^m>m>^m im 0^0m m i^'^^ mm ^'m mimm m'mm^ i li:<\iaher Matthau Michael Caine Elaine May Bill Cosby Richard Pk^or Jane Rxida Maggie Smith University ot. southern California, Los Angeles, Calif., with a Bachelor of Arts degree, he joined the Navy in January 1978. The best t\H)-hour vacation intonn! COLL'MBlAPICTlRtSiiiisiMs RM STARK •••iIHV .SHI RBI Rl ROSS mvi SULSIMONSC AIIMlRSUSl IT( 4^,, ALAS ALDA-MITH All (MM Bill roSB\-IAM HINDA WALTIRMATTHAI'-ILAIM MAY •RICHAROPRVofi-MAOGII SMITH v^iir..." MILSIMOS-i^x*. JKRAYSTARK-IV, h • HIRBUO R(SS J^ SHOWTIMES NBiRY SUN. TWU THURS. AT Sffll PM SHOWS,EVm m. 6 SAT. AT 7 6 J PM MATME BIBir SAT. 6 SUN. AT 2J0 PM. 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MoKh27, 17f H n d>ron Nwm N*wt, Hndwen, Nevada Fag*4 DIVWIOM OfrAY'WMVfCOifO HATlQti STORE HOUK MIT ... .1IM TO I PM WTIMMT lAMTOiPM HMMT ttMTIINI MM • •> MMI • • llaHW II KM* M M • § iMMi k EFFECTIVE Belh8tortt ir.ZllfenAfrHI 2888 8. Maryland Parkway 734-8111 4440 E. Tropioana at Mtn. Vlala 488-2151 •^•^ MODEL 574 7r POWER SAW • Featuros safety •wttch and safety guard stop • 10 amp motor daiivers 13/4 h.p. • High 5300 RPM cutting spaed • 2 3/8 cut* at 90 degrees, 17/8" at 45 degrees REQ. $52.M *42 88 lA>vn Qcnie AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER CONTROL f • Convert your manually controlled sprinkler system to a work-free wOrryfree automatic system • Easytotnstall ^f. 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I shrug off weather • Gives years of beauty and patio pleasure )• 1-Gftl ROSEMAI ION Y PLANT •• Perfect for raised flower beds Grows rapidly Into low spreading shrub Does well in pott on patioa, etc. Delightful soent or Rosemary 6 to 6" apreed REG $2.: 5 fd P"-^HBJI| ^ 1 1 III '^^^^^^ • ^^a f|! i,|a[ • • : 14 W' 5/rx4'xr PAUICLE • Excellent for cabinets table tope,fllerMe lliO.$7Jt Henderson Home Newt. Henderson, Nevada FOLDING WEB LAWN CHAIR • 31" high, 23" wide • 5x4x4 webbing pattern • Waterfall arm resta • Folds compactly • Chooaa from green, brown, yellow -. ONLY SAVOGRAN DRIVEWAY CLEANER-DEfiREASER DWVWAY BiarmoPu-iONHtt'i REQ. $2.78 • Cleans asphalts concrete drive ways, garage floors and patioa • An Ideal degreaaer for maciiinery tools, boats, power mowers and small engines QT. OUR FINEST WARRANTED 1 COAT \ V**^ m^ SATIN PLUS...FLAT V LATEX FOR WALLS AND CEILINGS • Warranted to cover any color In one coat • Warranted washable • Fabulous colors REQ. $10.88 QAL. 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BAG CHARCOAL BRIQUETS • For perfect barbequing every time • Faster starting & longer burning • Quality you can trust ^£^W^ \ Charcoa' II Briquets REQ. $1.98 WIZARD CHARCOAL LIGHTER % • Lights fire with no flare up, tio taste, no odor, no soot • Great for patio torches too • Starts fires fast. iTx''^ UOHTER' REQ. $1.05 QUART CHARBROIL BARBEQUE • Cast iron cooking grates • Steel fire basket • Lift out cutting board • Mood closes for smoking and roasting • Cooking area-16" X 28" REQ. $173.75 119 UQUIO Uloolite COLOWAnRWASN 32-01. • Beat the high cost of dry cleaning safely with Woolite • Safely soaks sweaters & all fine washables clean in 3 minutes, without shrinking, stretching or fading •Containa no phosphates REQ. $3.30 Si*ni^ m LoCHEF FOOD PROCESSOR • Shreds, slices, chops, gratea • Beats, blends, purees, etc. • Quiet direct drive nrotor • Stainless steel bisdes & discs • Dishwasher safe container • On/off switch • Safety interlock switch REQ. $112.90 ELECTRONIC DI6ITAL SCALE • Digitsi readout locks in your weight to help eliminate guess work • Contemporary deaign with bright easy to reed nun>erais • Computes weight electronically, from 25 to 300 pounds • Battery operated. Standard 0-volt alkaline battery leata up to one yeer *• (Battery Not included) REQ. No 450

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With her two brothers, this wo;nan was considered to be a member of • the American theaters Royal Family, and certainly she was a queen in her own right even when she perfornwd in comedies such as Captain Jinks of the Horse Marines in 1901. her first success. She came from a long line of professional performers and began acting herself at the age of 15 Her talent never subsided: at 43, she captivated audiences and .critics with her convincing portrayal of Juliet. Shakespeare s teenage herome And. after a graceful transition from •stage to Hollywood, this actress wvn an Oscar at the age of 65 Who was that lady? Ethel Barrynjore MUNICIPAL COURT CIH OF HENDERSON Tuttdoy, March 27, 1979 TuMdoy. March 13 1979.9:00 a.m. Rtva Eliiobath Hw^n, 39, petit larcany, PO •fintd $50.00 WediMMiay • March 14 1979 •6:00 p.m. Kertntth Allan Wyatt, SI, banch warrant, PO • finad $100.00; full tima and attantian, PG fiiwd $5000. Jamas Marian Ktllay, 26, drivt undar inHwoiHtintax liq, PG • fintd .$17S.00;na matorcycia aiikrlk,PG-finad$10.00; na fail lito* an MC. PG • Hnad $10.00. Wednttday • March T4 1979-6:30 p.m. Jacksan Scott Yeurtg, 59, ditordarly conduct, found not guilty;rtJtting orrott, fount not guilty; inttrftro with polict offictr, found guilty at chorgtd. Fintd $50.00. Eilton Mary Ytung, 40 intorfart with polict offictr, found guilty at chorgod. Sontonco was cradit' for timt strvtd;rafisting orrost, found guilty as chargod. Fintd $50.00; battory, found guilty as chargod. Finod $50.00. Thrusday • March IS. 1979 • 1:00 p.m. Frank Paul Zimmor AKA Frod Foul Schulti,S6, drivo undtr influ-intox iiquor.PG fintd $175.00. Bail txantrattd;displ froudultntly opor lie, fG • finod $50.00. Boil oxoittrottd. Barbara Smith Kannos* ton, 36, drivo ur>dtr influintox liqutr, PG • fintd $175.00. Peter Martin Kimboll, 25, drivt undtr infl-intox, PC-fintd $175.00. Thursdoy • March 15 1979.2:0ap.m. Raymond lickard lobertson, 16, driving undtr inf-liq, dtf chg pita tt quilty. Finod $175.00, Tuesday. Feb. 27. 1979 9 a.m. Carla Jo Presley, 19. Disorderly conduct, fined $25 00. Thomas Wade Parker. 22. Discharging a firearm.fined $25.00. Gary Fresch, 28. Bench warrant Bail Forfeited. Illegal parking, bail forfeited. Bench warrant, bail forfeited, Prohibited parking, bail forfeited. Veronika Maria Parker, 42. Contempt of Court, fined $75.00, Failure to pay fine, ordered to pay previous fine. Robert Darryl Morgan 18, Bench Warrant, fined ijOOOO, Careless and Imprudent driving, fined $5U.0O. Wednesday Feb. 28 19797p.m. William M. Titus, 33. Driving under inf-substance, found guilty Lee Thomas Morris, 19, Minor in a bar, fined $25.00. Wed.. Feb. 28, 1979 6 p.m. Roberta Kay Dickey, 31, Contributory neglect, DNA. Richard Dickey, 49 Contributory neglect, DNA Rome Mark Dearman, 19. Inhalation of substance, excused of ftne. Ronald Dean Johnson, 36, Drive under infliquor, fined $75.00. Craig Walker Winton, 28, Drive under irifliquor, fined $75.00. George (NMN) Zohany, 35. Drive under inf-liquor, fined $75.00 Kenneth Eugene Coutts Jr.. 32, Battery, fined $50.00. Jerry Ream Campbell, 46, Bench Warrant, fined $100.00, disobeyed stop sign. fined $25.00. Samuel Glenn Smith, 19. Contempt of court. Bail forefeited. Failure to pay fine. Bail forfeited. Robert Paul LaPalme, 18. Contempt of Court, fined $100. Failure to pay fine, ordered to pay previous fine, Unregistrered motor, vehicle, fined $25.00, Ficti6us license plates, fined $25.00 Dan Lee Burnette, 24, Drive under inf liquor, fined $175.00, Drive with non • hon res SUSP lie. fined $50.00. Robert Dale Hurst. 22, Unregistered motor vehicle, fined $25.00, Fictitious license plates, 'fined $25.00. Thurs. Mar. 1, 1979 1 p.m. Joe Ralph Crespin, 21, Disorderly conduct, fined $50.00. Marvin Knell Cannon Jr.. 41, Drive under inf liquor no contest. Edward David Barton, 36, Drive under inf • liquor, no contest. Calvin Coolidge Merrilees. 55. Drive under infl • liquor no contest. Valerie Carter. Hazardous accumulation of trash, excused of fine. Juan Gonzales. 30, driving under influence, $500.00 bond posted and stands. 17, 1979 ^7 Bfltk Basaboll Aclrieves Splits NO BODY BUT NO BODY UNDERSELLS AMERICAN FURNITURE FURNITURE COSTS LESS DIRECT FROM AMERICANS BIG STORE & SLEEP SHOP SHOWROOMS SHOWROOM vSi^lfM'l I'roiii LA-Z-BOY • KROEHLER • BASSET • SIMMONS > SERTA • SEALY • BURRIS • STANLEY LA PERIOD • VIRGINIA HOUSE • LANE i SINGER AND MANY MORE... j SOFA & LOVE SEAT CltMlc iradtttonal tilling. 85 tola, era*cent ahap*. .'tuO'd back and upMtWd In luih otl velvat. Ctioica ot* cotora COLORFUL COLONIAL PRINT SOFA & LOVE SEAT m**^^ SOFA & LOVE SEAT Colonial styling al ils tinati Trendline quality. Hardro6d Irama. will^ spring Iroril. will^ beaulHui wood trim ottered only by Trendline and American Furniture Upholstered in duxMe nylon print ORLON VELVET SOFA & LOVESEAT ira •varyttilng you d expect Irom an Airttream. and morel A HgWiwa n hi Motor home 1 to move along imoonily • nd aavt you 'ttw gat pump. Vou'va never driven • dream iKMMne iMe-niii one witit potli Interior*, aiquiaits crattamanahtp. and a tioorpian to m any tanNly. Otop by today and r*mcmbr to aak tor ttte' MMor Moitw wHii tt>e buiK in reputauon. Waii ihow you an Mrttraam you M nevtr forget AOWnHYOU FM SPECIAL PMCE SEE IT NOW AT... lYm acLUsivE AIRSTIIEAM MOTOR HOME DEALER SUNLAND RV CENTER 3333 E. FREM0NT1K 457-8046 Both the varsity and Junior varsity Wolves baseball teams scored ip.lit3 this past week as each Was defeated by Western on Friday afternoon but in both cases managed to comeback on Saturday with wins over Vo-Tech, the varsity with a no-hitter off the arm oif Qubba McLemore and the junior varsity with a 7-3 decision which saw Reid Wilke stand the mound. In the game opposite Western, Danny McCall threw a shutout except for an attempted pickoff throw at second which turned into an error allowing the Warrior runner to turn third and score a third inning tally which stood up throughout the contest as the only run. giving the Warriors the win. The Wolves were unable to tie despite posting a man at third in each of the last tWo innings. In the sixth Greg.Gammon was thrown out at the plate and in the seventh Billy Kephart was stranded at third as the next three Basic hitters could add nothing to his opening triple. Opposite Vo-Tech the game belonged to Basic pitcher ^ubba McLemore as he struck out seventeen Roadrunners missing the shutout on a walk-steal-passed ball conbination which' scored Vo-Tech's only run in the Wolves' 12-1 victory. However. McLemore did perserve the much more difilcult no-hitter. Basic was powered at the bat by Mike Ashes2 RBI homer, a 2 run triple by Tommy Garvin, a triple from Greg Gammon, and a single by John Perry which turned into a homer on Roadrunner errors. Perry Smith also added a thi-ee bagger for Basic. Junior varsity action saw'the Wolves go down 9-6 to Western despite good pitching by Kevin Simms, a 2 RBI triple by Joey Montoya, dual hits by Bryce Carr and a sound single by Kenny Ashe fielding errors being mostly accountable for the loss. Joey Montoya was again the good hitter for the Wolves in Saturday's game opposite Vo-Tech. His second 2 RBI triple in as many days backed up Reid Wilke's good pitching as good basie hits again by Kenoiy Ashe and by Vince Kelley. Timely walks given up by Vo-Tech also assisted in setting up the 7-3 win for Basic. Both teams are scheduled for makeups wlth-Chaparral on Tues. day and then will take on Gorman on Wednesday.•*!..; • • '.( BACK TO THE-COUNTRY BfOROOfs^ f^^ • f*;StmilBf lo iiiutrraiion DINEHE SALE New styles now arriving we need ttie space sale on all discontinued styles. Save big $$ 7 PIECE DINEHE from %' |95 „,..ttt"^ ^"rj Price Inctudet: e Triple Oresier • Mirror a Full or Queen Headboard • ? Nile Stands Dream bedroom al a down-to-eerth price It'tati wood and woodproduclti. with the rich look of disiretaed pecan YOUR CHOICE UV RECREATION ROOM GROUP Here's what you get: • SOFA • LOVESEAT • CHAIR • OTTOMAN • ROCKER • 2 END • COCKTAIL I $Cfll|95 PIECES PRIMO LADONA 5 PC. SET SOFA SLEEPER Revefsilile cushions, heivji dutjf Herculon vpholstern cinvetts to lull site M Ui • c SALE BEST BUY ALWAYS AT AMERICAN FURNITURE 1740 E. CHARLESTON All Merchandise Subject to Prior Sale SOME ITEMS IN LIMITED SUPPLY DaHy 94 Mon I Fri. 9-9 Sun. 11-5 SALE i;'.nr.;:ff;:'iiuiL.,^". M -SI. SIMMONS MAHRESSSETS TWWSET *99*^ FULL SIZE SET \]W QUEEN SET KING SET High quality outstanding construction and budget pricing is what Basset! is famous for. Now here's an example of Bassett values! • China •Extension Table I • 6 chairs R|. S1N.9S US VEGAS ONLY U-Z-BOY SHOWCASE SHOPPEE CONTEMPORARY SWIVEL ROCKER AND onoMA Bautit SPECIAL IpLOSE OUT SALE u-z-ior MittEsno ms" SHOWCASE $1 Cll95 PRICE S)tri(ar to tltuatrttion anas SALE CLUB CHAIR AND TTOMAN Get lr>to our club diair, lor cloudsoft comtorf .In top I grade virtyl. Oo it Iwltila yoi> cart I I aave on ituaaM. SPECIAL PURCHASE l^ ..^^ -im MAGNIFICENT HOMES OVERLOOKING THE VEGAS VALLEY CUSTOM FEATURES INCLUDED IN PURCHASE PRICE: d Wall-to-wall carpeting throughout 0Forced Air Heat OSodded Front Yards •G.E. Electric Range 0Ait Conditioning OG.E. Dishwasher O Beautiful Hardwood Kitchen Cabinets o Insulated Walls and Ceilings 0 Smoke. Alarm 0 Garbage Disposal 0 Spacious 2-Car Garage Ot.V. Outlet • All Utilities Underground Q vinyl Entry QStainless Steel Sinks 0 Sewer System 0 Ceramic Tile in Tub A Shower O Street Lights • Concrete Drives and Walks 0 Moen Single Lever Valves FKPlAiXS, DIUFES 6 TIIE ROOIS AK STANOMO m All HOMES FflOM 54,900 FHA, VA AND CONVENTmAL FINANCINQ 360 PALO VERDE DRIVE, ACROSS FROM BASIC HIGH SCHOOL HOMES OF /HENDERSON HALGO.IfK: 0tti09 Optn DUlY iO m Du9k BuMm oi Qutiny Honm PAont 504-35M Danny McCal Fhoto by Bill Knighton Homes Wanted for Up With People The Henclerson Parks. and Recreation Department is offering an unique opportunity to a selected family from March 25 through April FOUR SEASON CLEANERS SPECIAL 3 SHIRTS Drycleaned for the Price of 2 (GOOD THRU MARCH 31Sr) (NO SUEDE OR lEATHBV Sanitone. I em/M Mu*'n'yrMwr (OOOD ONLY WITH MENTION OF AD WHEN nACINGORMR) HOUfB: 7 6 MON-W 8 4 SAT. 101 AtbntN; Hdn. (35 Yn Experience) PHONE 56541 12: The City of Henderson is hosting the only Southern Nevada performance of UP'With People this year. and.in coofperation wit^ the Parks and Recreation Department UP )Vith People is offering a week's visit with a young student who will be performing. April 11 and 12 at the Civic CenterAuditorium. If you are interested in housing one of. these students for a one week period, either March. 25 thru March 31 or April 1 thru .April 7, please telephone or write-the Henderson' Parks and Ray creation Department at 243 Water Street. Hender'son, NV or call 565-8921 ext. 34. Please^ •be prepared to submitai;e of family membarji, address and availability^ of referral follow up. We'll be looking forward to hearitig from you. Cancer Society Kick-Off Slated The Henderson volunteers who will be helping the annual April Crusade will be attending a -Kickoff at'the Eldorado Club on Wednesday. March 28 at 6;30 pm. The Kick-off program will include a film presentation of the 16 minute color film title 'Tom Harper", a ^story of a voung man who entered the naval academy only to discover he had' cancer. The film documents his battle with the disease. Additional instructions will be gijcn to the volunteers on their areas to call on. Generally.-the crusaders are assigned horned ih'' their ow n neighborhood rtr street for tbcm to take pamphlets outlining-the 7' warning signals of cancer" and the methods for^ .detecting and preventing the disease. The door-to-door dnvc will run from April \Ab\h. Specials guvst to attend, the kick-ofl were nor confirmed as of pre I .3H ( n~6] 3 NirifcCarohna 2J.T-61 (.792) 4 Kentucky 227 •fi2 ( 7Ho) ."i Penn-213-."fl( 7X.1) it all (oes lo show vhai the Ivy Leacue can erfef\ ivejy combine alhleficfc wdacademic*, and Mill produr
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With her two brothers, this wo;nan was considered to be a member of • the American theaters Royal Family, and certainly she was a queen in her own right even when she perfornwd in comedies such as Captain Jinks of the Horse Marines in 1901. her first success. She came from a long line of professional performers and began acting herself at the age of 15 Her talent never subsided: at 43, she captivated audiences and .critics with her convincing portrayal of Juliet. Shakespeare s teenage herome And. after a graceful transition from •stage to Hollywood, this actress wvn an Oscar at the age of 65 Who was that lady? Ethel Barrynjore MUNICIPAL COURT CIH OF HENDERSON Tuttdoy, March 27, 1979 TuMdoy. March 13 1979.9:00 a.m. Rtva Eliiobath Hw^n, 39, petit larcany, PO •fintd $50.00 WediMMiay • March 14 1979 •6:00 p.m. Kertntth Allan Wyatt, SI, banch warrant, PO • finad $100.00; full tima and attantian, PG fiiwd $5000. Jamas Marian Ktllay, 26, drivt undar inHwoiHtintax liq, PG • fintd .$17S.00;na matorcycia aiikrlk,PG-finad$10.00; na fail lito* an MC. PG • Hnad $10.00. Wednttday • March T4 1979-6:30 p.m. Jacksan Scott Yeurtg, 59, ditordarly conduct, found not guilty;rtJtting orrott, fount not guilty; inttrftro with polict offictr, found guilty at chorgtd. Fintd $50.00. Eilton Mary Ytung, 40 intorfart with polict offictr, found guilty at chorgod. Sontonco was cradit' for timt strvtd;rafisting orrost, found guilty as chargod. Fintd $50.00; battory, found guilty as chargod. Finod $50.00. Thrusday • March IS. 1979 • 1:00 p.m. Frank Paul Zimmor AKA Frod Foul Schulti,S6, drivo undtr influ-intox iiquor.PG fintd $175.00. Bail txantrattd;displ froudultntly opor lie, fG • finod $50.00. Boil oxoittrottd. Barbara Smith Kannos* ton, 36, drivo ur>dtr influintox liqutr, PG • fintd $175.00. Peter Martin Kimboll, 25, drivt undtr infl-intox, PC-fintd $175.00. Thursdoy • March 15 1979.2:0ap.m. Raymond lickard lobertson, 16, driving undtr inf-liq, dtf chg pita tt quilty. Finod $175.00, Tuesday. Feb. 27. 1979 9 a.m. Carla Jo Presley, 19. Disorderly conduct, fined $25 00. Thomas Wade Parker. 22. Discharging a firearm.fined $25.00. Gary Fresch, 28. Bench warrant Bail Forfeited. Illegal parking, bail forfeited. Bench warrant, bail forfeited, Prohibited parking, bail forfeited. Veronika Maria Parker, 42. Contempt of Court, fined $75.00, Failure to pay fine, ordered to pay previous fine. Robert Darryl Morgan 18, Bench Warrant, fined ijOOOO, Careless and Imprudent driving, fined $5U.0O. Wednesday Feb. 28 19797p.m. William M. Titus, 33. Driving under inf-substance, found guilty Lee Thomas Morris, 19, Minor in a bar, fined $25.00. Wed.. Feb. 28, 1979 6 p.m. Roberta Kay Dickey, 31, Contributory neglect, DNA. Richard Dickey, 49 Contributory neglect, DNA Rome Mark Dearman, 19. Inhalation of substance, excused of ftne. Ronald Dean Johnson, 36, Drive under infliquor, fined $75.00. Craig Walker Winton, 28, Drive under irifliquor, fined $75.00. George (NMN) Zohany, 35. Drive under inf-liquor, fined $75.00 Kenneth Eugene Coutts Jr.. 32, Battery, fined $50.00. Jerry Ream Campbell, 46, Bench Warrant, fined $100.00, disobeyed stop sign. fined $25.00. Samuel Glenn Smith, 19. Contempt of court. Bail forefeited. Failure to pay fine. Bail forfeited. Robert Paul LaPalme, 18. Contempt of Court, fined $100. Failure to pay fine, ordered to pay previous fine, Unregistrered motor, vehicle, fined $25.00, Ficti6us license plates, fined $25.00 Dan Lee Burnette, 24, Drive under inf liquor, fined $175.00, Drive with non • hon res SUSP lie. fined $50.00. Robert Dale Hurst. 22, Unregistered motor vehicle, fined $25.00, Fictitious license plates, 'fined $25.00. Thurs. Mar. 1, 1979 1 p.m. Joe Ralph Crespin, 21, Disorderly conduct, fined $50.00. Marvin Knell Cannon Jr.. 41, Drive under inf liquor no contest. Edward David Barton, 36, Drive under inf • liquor, no contest. Calvin Coolidge Merrilees. 55. Drive under infl • liquor no contest. Valerie Carter. Hazardous accumulation of trash, excused of fine. Juan Gonzales. 30, driving under influence, $500.00 bond posted and stands. 17, 1979 ^7 Bfltk Basaboll Aclrieves Splits NO BODY BUT NO BODY UNDERSELLS AMERICAN FURNITURE FURNITURE COSTS LESS DIRECT FROM AMERICANS BIG STORE & SLEEP SHOP SHOWROOMS SHOWROOM vSi^lfM'l I'roiii LA-Z-BOY • KROEHLER • BASSET • SIMMONS > SERTA • SEALY • BURRIS • STANLEY LA PERIOD • VIRGINIA HOUSE • LANE i SINGER AND MANY MORE... j SOFA & LOVE SEAT CltMlc iradtttonal tilling. 85 tola, era*cent ahap*. .'tuO'd back and upMtWd In luih otl velvat. Ctioica ot* cotora COLORFUL COLONIAL PRINT SOFA & LOVE SEAT m**^^ SOFA & LOVE SEAT Colonial styling al ils tinati Trendline quality. Hardro6d Irama. will^ spring Iroril. will^ beaulHui wood trim ottered only by Trendline and American Furniture Upholstered in duxMe nylon print ORLON VELVET SOFA & LOVESEAT ira •varyttilng you d expect Irom an Airttream. and morel A HgWiwa n hi Motor home 1 to move along imoonily • nd aavt you 'ttw gat pump. Vou'va never driven • dream iKMMne iMe-niii one witit potli Interior*, aiquiaits crattamanahtp. and a tioorpian to m any tanNly. Otop by today and r*mcmbr to aak tor ttte' MMor Moitw wHii tt>e buiK in reputauon. Waii ihow you an Mrttraam you M nevtr forget AOWnHYOU FM SPECIAL PMCE SEE IT NOW AT... lYm acLUsivE AIRSTIIEAM MOTOR HOME DEALER SUNLAND RV CENTER 3333 E. FREM0NT1K 457-8046 Both the varsity and Junior varsity Wolves baseball teams scored ip.lit3 this past week as each Was defeated by Western on Friday afternoon but in both cases managed to comeback on Saturday with wins over Vo-Tech, the varsity with a no-hitter off the arm oif Qubba McLemore and the junior varsity with a 7-3 decision which saw Reid Wilke stand the mound. In the game opposite Western, Danny McCall threw a shutout except for an attempted pickoff throw at second which turned into an error allowing the Warrior runner to turn third and score a third inning tally which stood up throughout the contest as the only run. giving the Warriors the win. The Wolves were unable to tie despite posting a man at third in each of the last tWo innings. In the sixth Greg.Gammon was thrown out at the plate and in the seventh Billy Kephart was stranded at third as the next three Basic hitters could add nothing to his opening triple. Opposite Vo-Tech the game belonged to Basic pitcher ^ubba McLemore as he struck out seventeen Roadrunners missing the shutout on a walk-steal-passed ball conbination which' scored Vo-Tech's only run in the Wolves' 12-1 victory. However. McLemore did perserve the much more difilcult no-hitter. Basic was powered at the bat by Mike Ashes2 RBI homer, a 2 run triple by Tommy Garvin, a triple from Greg Gammon, and a single by John Perry which turned into a homer on Roadrunner errors. Perry Smith also added a thi-ee bagger for Basic. Junior varsity action saw'the Wolves go down 9-6 to Western despite good pitching by Kevin Simms, a 2 RBI triple by Joey Montoya, dual hits by Bryce Carr and a sound single by Kenny Ashe fielding errors being mostly accountable for the loss. Joey Montoya was again the good hitter for the Wolves in Saturday's game opposite Vo-Tech. His second 2 RBI triple in as many days backed up Reid Wilke's good pitching as good basie hits again by Kenoiy Ashe and by Vince Kelley. Timely walks given up by Vo-Tech also assisted in setting up the 7-3 win for Basic. Both teams are scheduled for makeups wlth-Chaparral on Tues. day and then will take on Gorman on Wednesday.•*!..; • • '.( BACK TO THE-COUNTRY BfOROOfs^ f^^ • f*;StmilBf lo iiiutrraiion DINEHE SALE New styles now arriving we need ttie space sale on all discontinued styles. Save big $$ 7 PIECE DINEHE from %' |95 „,..ttt"^ ^"rj Price Inctudet: e Triple Oresier • Mirror a Full or Queen Headboard • ? Nile Stands Dream bedroom al a down-to-eerth price It'tati wood and woodproduclti. with the rich look of disiretaed pecan YOUR CHOICE UV RECREATION ROOM GROUP Here's what you get: • SOFA • LOVESEAT • CHAIR • OTTOMAN • ROCKER • 2 END • COCKTAIL I $Cfll|95 PIECES PRIMO LADONA 5 PC. SET SOFA SLEEPER Revefsilile cushions, heivji dutjf Herculon vpholstern cinvetts to lull site M Ui • c SALE BEST BUY ALWAYS AT AMERICAN FURNITURE 1740 E. CHARLESTON All Merchandise Subject to Prior Sale SOME ITEMS IN LIMITED SUPPLY DaHy 94 Mon I Fri. 9-9 Sun. 11-5 SALE i;'.nr.;:ff;:'iiuiL.,^". M -SI. SIMMONS MAHRESSSETS TWWSET *99*^ FULL SIZE SET \]W QUEEN SET KING SET High quality outstanding construction and budget pricing is what Basset! is famous for. Now here's an example of Bassett values! • China •Extension Table I • 6 chairs R|. S1N.9S US VEGAS ONLY U-Z-BOY SHOWCASE SHOPPEE CONTEMPORARY SWIVEL ROCKER AND onoMA Bautit SPECIAL IpLOSE OUT SALE u-z-ior MittEsno ms" SHOWCASE $1 Cll95 PRICE S)tri(ar to tltuatrttion anas SALE CLUB CHAIR AND TTOMAN Get lr>to our club diair, lor cloudsoft comtorf .In top I grade virtyl. Oo it Iwltila yoi> cart I I aave on ituaaM. SPECIAL PURCHASE l^ ..^^ -im MAGNIFICENT HOMES OVERLOOKING THE VEGAS VALLEY CUSTOM FEATURES INCLUDED IN PURCHASE PRICE: d Wall-to-wall carpeting throughout 0Forced Air Heat OSodded Front Yards •G.E. Electric Range 0Ait Conditioning OG.E. Dishwasher O Beautiful Hardwood Kitchen Cabinets o Insulated Walls and Ceilings 0 Smoke. Alarm 0 Garbage Disposal 0 Spacious 2-Car Garage Ot.V. Outlet • All Utilities Underground Q vinyl Entry QStainless Steel Sinks 0 Sewer System 0 Ceramic Tile in Tub A Shower O Street Lights • Concrete Drives and Walks 0 Moen Single Lever Valves FKPlAiXS, DIUFES 6 TIIE ROOIS AK STANOMO m All HOMES FflOM 54,900 FHA, VA AND CONVENTmAL FINANCINQ 360 PALO VERDE DRIVE, ACROSS FROM BASIC HIGH SCHOOL HOMES OF /HENDERSON HALGO.IfK: 0tti09 Optn DUlY iO m Du9k BuMm oi Qutiny Honm PAont 504-35M Danny McCal Fhoto by Bill Knighton Homes Wanted for Up With People The Henclerson Parks. and Recreation Department is offering an unique opportunity to a selected family from March 25 through April FOUR SEASON CLEANERS SPECIAL 3 SHIRTS Drycleaned for the Price of 2 (GOOD THRU MARCH 31Sr) (NO SUEDE OR lEATHBV Sanitone. I em/M Mu*'n'yrMwr (OOOD ONLY WITH MENTION OF AD WHEN nACINGORMR) HOUfB: 7 6 MON-W 8 4 SAT. 101 AtbntN; Hdn. (35 Yn Experience) PHONE 56541 12: The City of Henderson is hosting the only Southern Nevada performance of UP'With People this year. and.in coofperation wit^ the Parks and Recreation Department UP )Vith People is offering a week's visit with a young student who will be performing. April 11 and 12 at the Civic CenterAuditorium. If you are interested in housing one of. these students for a one week period, either March. 25 thru March 31 or April 1 thru .April 7, please telephone or write-the Henderson' Parks and Ray creation Department at 243 Water Street. Hender'son, NV or call 565-8921 ext. 34. Please^ •be prepared to submitai;e of family membarji, address and availability^ of referral follow up. We'll be looking forward to hearitig from you. Cancer Society Kick-Off Slated The Henderson volunteers who will be helping the annual April Crusade will be attending a -Kickoff at'the Eldorado Club on Wednesday. March 28 at 6;30 pm. The Kick-off program will include a film presentation of the 16 minute color film title 'Tom Harper", a ^story of a voung man who entered the naval academy only to discover he had' cancer. The film documents his battle with the disease. Additional instructions will be gijcn to the volunteers on their areas to call on. Generally.-the crusaders are assigned horned ih'' their ow n neighborhood rtr street for tbcm to take pamphlets outlining-the 7' warning signals of cancer" and the methods for^ .detecting and preventing the disease. The door-to-door dnvc will run from April \Ab\h. Specials guvst to attend, the kick-ofl were nor confirmed as of pre I .3H ( n~6] 3 NirifcCarohna 2J.T-61 (.792) 4 Kentucky 227 •fi2 ( 7Ho) ."i Penn-213-."fl( 7X.1) it all (oes lo show vhai the Ivy Leacue can erfef\ ivejy combine alhleficfc wdacademic*, and Mill produr
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DarleM Traewortliy Elected New XI Simo Presldeiit Xi Siffna's Election of Oflleers took place at the bone of Gail Neilson on Merchl Oarlene Tnieworthy was elected President for the upcoming 1979-80 year. Dartene has been a member of Xi Sigma for 2 years and is currently Vice Presi•ivi:^^: dent Other members of the newly-elected Executive Board are Tonrie Anderson, Vice President, Lee England, Recording Secretary, Pat Rawson, Corresponding Secretary, Linda Wilkie, Treasurer, and Jacque Dillard, Extension Of^ fleer. Members elected to serve as City Council Representatives are Anne Huggins and Colleen Hunley with Wanda Johnson and Sandi Sager as alternates. Congratulations to the new officers! Well, it's that time of year again. We're rustfing iiew members! Our Hobo Rush Party was held March 17 at Kathy Fuson's home. Our guests for the afternoon were Sue Cahill. Carolyn Lueky Club 6^L0UN0E Menu: htPIZU^ SALADS ^SANIIWKHES ANTIPASTO 564^72 124 Morket St. Poumfowi Hetdersoi Eit ii • Tdw (Hrt FiM MivMy — 11 ML tt 19:00 PJL OPEN 11 A.M. "TIL OPEN SUNDAY 2 TO lOi "We're a Fomly^Restoiiraif' Home Owner Loans AUTO-fQUIPMm-BUSINfSS NO BROKER FEES TO MAKE A LOAN NEVADA FIRST THRIFT HENDERSON ""^^T "" 4ISLUnM MSnAMMU ItailfUMMai. 3ta-l2 I7*-114 711-1040^ u, lalktofour of the best insurance agents at once your iState Farm agent! He's trained to be your car, home, life AND health insurance agent. See or call: H. DAN TAYLOR MS. AGOKY, WC INtUIANCI ^ 325 W Lakf Mead Dr Henderson Bus Ph 565-9743 Res Ph. 458-3571 Ukm • good aeif hbor. Stale Farai is thwe. • H.-. % • • V ^N H • .•"^ f V 8734994 8734995 f oothlll JftaneK JL states HENDERSON'S MOST PANORAMIC VIEW OF THE VALLEY drections: BoAler Hwy. tmris BoiidBr City turn left on up to Thoroughbred and turn right -8r_ ITC. CiMr mMtlVTCMM iMUM B.llaOM *-"*•(& aoon^ 1\^ MDQM-1 PIANA1872 I i I • FROMTOiiOO laaOORPlANS AVAIABlfi SQUARE FOOTAGE 1872 IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCYi IBUYERS HAVE CHOICE OF CARPET 8 TILE AS PB lANS AND SPECS. *% ACRE L0TI2 RRBIACES. FORMAL DINING ROOM b FAMLYROOKfr A LoREN GRACE DEVQDPMENT WEOnOS ft AFTBMQONS • CMl. 381-4382 Guinn, Terry Lange, Jerry Lomprey, Terry Smith, Betty Stewart, and Christy Winlow. Everyone dressed for the occasion especially Jerry Lomprey who won the "Best Dressed Hobo Award" which in this case was the worst dressed hot>o. Her prize what else but a bar of soap. AfteiO' all the crazy games, members and guests relaxed and feasted on homemade soup and we even got to assemble our'own sandwiches. Members attending were Torrie Anderson, MariAnn Blockovich, Jacque Dillard, Lee England, Linda Foster, Kathy f uson, Patti Hester, Colleen Hunley, Colleen McGinty, Sharion Thoriiton, Sandi Sager, Ann Towery, Dar. lene Trueworthy, and Linda wilkie. We hope our guests enjoyed the party as much as we enjoyed having them. We also hope to see them all Thursday night when we will be having our Model Meeting. Somt tty it'i best to ptant patatots on starry nights. LEGAL NOTKE In the Eighth Judicial Distrirl Court of the S wer to the Complaint which ii herewith served upon you. within % days after service of this Summons upon you, exclusive of the day of .service If you fail to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the reliefdemanded in the Complaint This is an action to dissolvr'the bonds of matninony now anif heretofore existing between Plaintiff and Defendaiit LORETTA BOWMAN. Clerk of Court By Margaret Minster. Deputy Clerk (DISTRICT COl'RT SEAL) DATE Jinuani 16. 17 HMar 27. Apr 3. 10 17. M. 1979 fy\LKs.so,\ 1\| ? SCOTTISH ': LORK •v Jscli Hoyw "Tilt Dotclor TtaOMf t JiceKk lite Oniir The Loch NMS Monster The tearrh atill goes on today for the world famous Loch Neu monster—a creature flrst mentioned in the year 566 AD. by St. ColumlM, who described it aa a "(aarsoma bcwt, somethinf like a hu(c frog yt not a frog." Since then this supiMMed dweilar in Scotland's Loch NeM lake haa purportedly been seen by many people, including ministers of the Church of Scotland, Roman Catholic monks, divers, tourists and scientists tiaing submarines, echo Sounders and other sophisticated e<)uipment. The monster is known in Scotland as Neaaie, but some scientists feel there is not Just one monster, but a .wfaple family of them living in the LEGAL NOTKE IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DIS TRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA. IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CLARK No D710 CHANG PING CHIU. Plaintiff DENISE ELLEN BURDCHUI, Dcfcndaat SUMMONS THE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE NAMED'DEFENDANT You are hereby summoned and required to serve upon EDWARD WEINSTEIN. ESQ. plaintllTs attorney, whose address is 230S Lai Veiias Blvd S Las Vegas. Nevada MIM a!i) mswerto the Complaint which is herewith served upon you, within 20 days after service of thi' Summons upon you. exclusive of the day of service If you fail to do so. judgment by default will ,be taken against you for the relief d- manded in the Complaint. This ac tion Is brought to recover a judgment dissolving ^he bonds of matrimony presently existing between you and the PlaintlfT LORETTA BOWMAN. Clerk of Court By REBECCA WITT Deputy Clerk ISEAL) DATE March S. ISTt H • Mar 13. 20, 27. Apr 3, 10.1979 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PERMISSION TO APPROPRIATE THE PUBLIC WATERS OF THE STATE OF NEVADA Feh 2. 1979 Application No 34673 Notict IS hereby given tbat on tile 1st day of December 1977, Frank C. Dunlap.of Fallbrook Stale of California made application to the State Engineer of Nevada for permission (0 appropriate 2 7 second feet ofthe publ ic waters of the State of Nevada Diversion is to be made from an underground source at a point located within the NE^i SES, Section 10,T Zl S R 3E. M D B. A M or at a point from which the E4 corner of said Section 10 bean N. 19S3' 20" E a disUnce of 119493 feet Water will be used for irrigation and domestic purposes from January Ist to December 31st of each year Date of first publ ication Mar 6,1979 Dale of last publlcatioii Apr 3,1979 Signed (() William J Newnan • SUte Engineer H Mar 13. 20. 27, Apr 3.19T9 Inasmuch as Mr. Campbell has referred to me in recent news realeases as the ''developer living in Los Vegas", from now on I shall refer to Mr. Campbell as a carpetbagger from Missouri". ". SM Webster's Unobrtdged Dktionarf, Second Edition, •• CARPETBAGGER: 2. any wondering or irrespohsibi* poKticion, promotor, etc. H.W.POLK PiLBOXBS THE miSTflAL OTY OF THE 60UI WEST Nset TuM^. March 27. 1979 lake. Tliis, sugfsaU the Teacher's Scotch Information Centre, could poaaibly explain why the monster's dimensioits differ in the eyes of the people who havf reported seeing it. Although many photographs have been taken of the monster, every one of them is blurred. UGAL NOTKE IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, IN AND FOB THE COUNTY or CURK No. 09411 LORENEIHALU Plaintiff vs. 'DALTONE.'HALL, Dcfandsnl SUMMONS THE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT: You src berieby summoned snd .required to serve upon MURIEL D. GUNb plalntifTs attorney, whose address is 302 E Carson. Suite 1108 Las Vegas. Nevada an answer to the Complaint which is herewith served upon you. within 20 days after service of this Summons upon you, eicluslve of the day of service. If you fail to do so. judgment by de fault will be taken against you for the relief depianded in the Complaint. This is an action to dissolve the bonds of matrimony heretofore and now existing between you and the Plaintifr. Loretta Bowman. Clerk of Court • By JuaniU Meyer Deputy Clerk DATE February 21.1979 H-reb27,Marf 13.10.27,1979 In the Eighth Judicial District Court ofthe State of Nevsda, In and For the County of Clark nLED MAR. 8 3 49 PM-79 LORETTA BOWMAN, CLERK • ^Y JUANITA MOVER NO P lOtlS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF CLEON C CALDWELL, DECEASED NOTICE OF TIME OF PROVING ^ WILL Notice IS hereby iven that JAMES M BIXLER.havintPiedIn this Court a document purporting to be the last will and testament of CLEON C CALDWELL. dece^. and a petition, praying that the same be admitted to probate, and that he be appointed Eiecutor. thereof, that the hearing thereon has been fixed by said Court for Friday, the 30th day of March. 1979. at 9 30 o'cl.ockA M ofsaidday.attheCourt House, in the City of Las Vegas, County of Clark. State of Nevada and all persons interested in said esute are notified then and there to appear and show cause, ifany they have, why said will should not be admitted to probate and said petitioner appointed Executor thereof Dated Marrh 9. 1979. AD 191ft (DISTRICT COURT SEAL) LORETTA BOWMAN. Clerk By JUANITA MOVER, Deputy Clerk H Mar 20. 27. Apr 3?I979 In the Eighth Judicial District Court ofthe State of Nevada, In and For the County of Clark No D9270 THOMAS NICHOLAS PRE VEZICH, Plaintiff VS JOYCE ANN PREVEZICH. Dehndant SUMMONS THE STAtE OF NEVADA SEr^DS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT Vou are heret>y summoned and required to serve upon HARRY JOE MANGRUM, ESQ, plalntifTs attorney, whose address is P 0 Box 1319. Las Vegas. Nevada 99101. an answer to the Complaint which is herewith served upon you. within 20 days after service of this Sum mont upon you. exclusive ofthe day of service if you fail to do so, judg ment by default will be taken against you for the reliefdemanded in'the Complaint This action is prosecuted for the purpose of obtainini{ a Decree'of Divorce dissol\(ing the marriage of the parties hereto (DISTRICT COURT SEAL) LORETTA BOWMAN. Clerk of Court By MARSHA PADILLA, Deputy Clerk DATE February 15, 1979 LEGAL N01 NoncK or CLOSE or Rioig RATION rOR nUMARV UW PAL ILKTIONS IN LAS VBGA NORTH LAS VIOAS, UNDII SON. BOULbnt CITY NOnCC IS IKRBBY GIVEN t ragistratlM krtha Priaary M IpalBwtkMMtabtbeldeBllayl 1979. will elMa o Sativday. Ap Tth, im. at tba bwsr aftM m Electors may rglslar far i elections by apvlyiag at the Clarl County Election Dapanment,' LM Vagaa Boulevard South, or I apyaartng before a Deputy RagI trar In tto maaaar proetdad by law^ Tte Claiffc Caaty Elactlea Da-] partmaat la eptn dally tnm 900j A.M. to 5:00 P.M.; and nrom Tuasdsy, April 3rd. tkreagfe Saturday. April I Tth from 1:00 A.M.te 9:00 P.M. GEORGE ULLOM Registrar •rVatara rcbrary,|fn H4Iar.lJ.0,r.Apr S,ir IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DIS TRICT COURT OF THE ST ATE OF NEVADA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY or CLARK FILED MAR. 20 1:51 PM-79 LORETTA BOWMAN, CLERK BY JUANITA MOVER CASE NO P 10941 In the Matter of the Estste of VONNIE LEE RECTOR, Deceased. NOTICE or PRIVATE SALE OF REAL PROPERTY Notice is hereby (lcn that subject to confirmation of the aboveentitled Court. STEVEN E MUR PHY. Administrator of the Esute ol Voonie Lee Rector, Deceased, will •ell on the 10th day of April. 1979, at lOOQa m. or thereafter, within the time allowable by law, at a private sate to the highest and best net bid der, upon the terms and conditions hereinafter mentioned, all right, title and interest ofthe decedent at the time of her death and all right, title and interest that the Estate has acquired in said real property located at 2717 Magnet. North Las Vegas, Nevada, and more particularlydeKribeda5Lotl7inBlock28 of Replat of Blocks Ii 16.20.21,22, 23. 24 and 23 and a portion each of Blocks 1$. 19 and 20 of North Mam Addition, as shown by map thereof on file in Book 3 of Plats. Page 87, in tbe Office of the County Recorder of Clark County, Nevada. Bid or offers are Invited for this property and must be in writing and will be received at the offices of Heriuge Realty Co, 1100 E Sahara, Las Vegas. Nevada. 89104. to the at tention of Lorl Field. Realtor, or they may be flleat 12 noon on Tuesday at -Palm Mortuary. • Delegates to Attend Rebekoh Assembly Delegates will be elected in the various Nevada Communities during April to attend the 84th Annual Session of Rebekah Assembly, 113th Annual Session of Grand Lodge of the Independent Order of OddFellows, and 105th Annual Session of Grand Encampment. These sessions of the Grand Bodies of Nevada Rebekahs and OddFellows will be held in Carson City June 17-20,1979. Capitol no. 4 lOOF and Capitol Rebekah Lodge no. 14 will be the host and hostess Lodges, Committee Chairman W.R, Luttrell, Grand Warden of the Grand Lodge from Minden states his committee has been busy since last July formiilating plans and arrangements for these Sessions wjiich will mark the first time since 1944 they have been held in Carson City. Grand Encampment with Grand Patriarch Charles Shiflett of Ely presiding will meet on Monday, June 18. Grand Lodge with Grand Master Glen Shaff of Reno presiding will meet Tuiesday. and Wednesday Juiie 19 and 20. Rebekah Assembly with President Millie Johnson of CarSon City presiding will meet all three days, Sunday June 17 will start at noon with Registration and close following 7;30 p.m. Vesper Services which will be held in the First United Methodist Church at Division and Musser and is open to all. members, families and friends. Aimioii Hovls Selcted for Training Airman William C. Havis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Felix H. Havis of 371 E. Kimberly, Henderson, has been seleted for technical trainBoys' dub to Sponsor Gong Show As part of National Boys Club Week celejftration the local Henderson Boys Club will sponsor a Gong Show for members on Thursday. April 19. All members who wish to participate in the show must sign up now in the Boys CIu Programs Office. Auditions will be held on March 20 through March 25. Also on the Program for the week will be a dance, bike marathon, challenge.the staff day, and a movie • party Day. Boys and girls who wish to take part in the bike marathon must also sign up and describe tbebike they will be using. ing at Sheppard AFB," Tex., in the Air Force wire maintenance field. The airman recently completed.basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex,, and studied theAtr Force mission, organization and customs and received special instruction in human relations. Completion of this training earned the inHENDERSON AUTO & MARINE SERVICE Rir Expert Car Care 10IMUTE OL lUBE, nTER FREE x AIR CONDmONING CHECK 860 E UU(E MEAD HENDERSON Phone:564-3360 ffiS PICK UP & DEL1V5(Y TO K USTIO m OUR IIIOAl TlOUSSUy lEGiSTlY • FINE IMPORTED LINENS • BED LINENS • BLANKET COVERS I BLANKETS • TABLEaOTHS • NAPKINS • PUCEMAT8 I RUNNERS • CRYSTAL TABLEWARE • TOWELS • UNK}UE OIFTS • BED TRAVS • BED JACKETS • COMFORTERS Wo Fotluro: UMM BTIM HandiiareiiMa HwtdwrMtn irwHMtOA Sarvtoa MonogranMning JkimCXnA Judy t M>rtr Ibtr Oumi ^^^ ^^^H |H|M IHi Wi wHNMl Pyi N MM HI ^'^ ^''Nf Vliw) KNIH Hfndersen Hem* Ntw, Hndren, Navoda Willian H. Breslin Pog9 Services for William H. Breslin, 70, are scheduled for 11 a.m. on Tuesday in Palm Chapel with Art Leathan of Kingdom Hall of the Jehovah's Witnesses officiating. Mr. Breslin died March 24 at a local hospital Burial will be in Palm Memorial Park. An electrician, he was born April 22, 1908 in Brattleboro, Vermont. He was a member ofthe International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers. Surviving are his wife, Alma Breslin of Henderson; son, Richard Breslin of Rosville, Michigan; daugl^r', Eleanor Leatham of Holliday, Florida;stepdaughteiii Roma Telders df Henderson; nine grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Spring Flower Show Set For April 14-15 A spring flower show, "Poetry in Petals," will be held April 14 and 15, sponsored by the Palo Vefde Garden Club and the city recreation department. The show will be held in the Civic Center rooms 1, 2 and 3. The public is cordially invited to participate in the show that will feature all types of plants including flower arrengements. vegetables and house plants or anything that grows. For further information call 565-9466 or 565-9002. Colleen P. Rowson Colleen P. Rawson; 15, passed, away Sunday, March 25 at her home. She was a sophomore student at Basic High School. Miss Rasson was born Julyll,1963ihLasVegas and had more recently lived in the area since 1971. She is survived by her pai-ents, Neil and Patricia Rawson of Henderson; brothers, Kevin and Thomas Rawson and sisters; Kathleen and Kelly Rawson, all of Henderson; Maternal Grandoarents, Michael and Joan Kenny of Las Vegas; and paternal grandmother. Maxine Rawson of Pahrump. A prayer service will beheld Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at Palm Chapel and a Mass will be said Wednesday morning at 9 a.m. at St. Peter's Catholic Church. Fr. Theodore Van Skee will officiate at both services. Burial will be at Palm Memorial Park. /H&R V BLOCK ^ THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE |N0WATANEW10CATI0N!| 4 PACIFIC SHORT FORMS $9JI0 I* HOURS 9 AM-9 PM WEEKDAYSI 9-5 SATURDAY & SUNDAY 15643767; Notice of Electric Refund If you purchased electricity at any time frorii April 1, 1977, through December 31, 1977, from California-Pacific UtiUties 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 have not already rvceived your Electric ttfund Notice, pltost sign and rttum th ottoched refund form by April 10, 1979, in order to qualify for your refund. Do not send in the attached form if you've already received and moiled your Electric Refund Notice. Also, please contact former customers you know who have moved from Henderson and who may qualify for a refund. We do not have current addresses for some of them. Havethem write or call our Henderson office. • CP notionol CP National P.O.Box 2096 Henderson, NV 89015 (702) 565-8941 IElectric Refund Form Please print Name Mailing address The name and mailing address shown above are mine. I received service at '__ • ~" (former Henderson address) from California-Pacific Utilities Co. (now CP fJational) between April 1, 1977, and Decennber 31,1977. dividual credits towards ^an associate in applied science degree through the Community College ofthe Air Force. Airman Havis is a 1976. graduate of Atwater, (Calif.) high school. His wife, Rhonda is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chalres Stainaker of 6055 N.Epps Drive, Winton, Calif. (Signature) I Yo mwt sign ond return this form by April 10,1979 to quolify for your I refund. Moil this form to: CP Notional, P.O. Box 2096, Henderson, NV I 89015. I W---.RiViCf A ...more than meets the eye!! If you're shopping for a sofa and an extra t)ed too ... one that offers comfortable sitting and comfortable sleeping, then Riviera Convertibles have more than meets the eye... 399 Thw featured conlemporiry 'QUEENSIZE Convertible witti sleep two nMttrets i( ehown m beaultful tebrtc that wiH enhance tt decor of your tavonte room Special price • Tiaoa matching Rivier* Conyertibl* oHc tht ty. AT PRICES YOU CAN LIVE WITH 1 Kodei wrapped pillows 2 lop quality lire relardani polyloam core. 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DarleM Traewortliy Elected New XI Simo Presldeiit Xi Siffna's Election of Oflleers took place at the bone of Gail Neilson on Merchl Oarlene Tnieworthy was elected President for the upcoming 1979-80 year. Dartene has been a member of Xi Sigma for 2 years and is currently Vice Presi•ivi:^^: dent Other members of the newly-elected Executive Board are Tonrie Anderson, Vice President, Lee England, Recording Secretary, Pat Rawson, Corresponding Secretary, Linda Wilkie, Treasurer, and Jacque Dillard, Extension Of^ fleer. Members elected to serve as City Council Representatives are Anne Huggins and Colleen Hunley with Wanda Johnson and Sandi Sager as alternates. Congratulations to the new officers! Well, it's that time of year again. We're rustfing iiew members! Our Hobo Rush Party was held March 17 at Kathy Fuson's home. Our guests for the afternoon were Sue Cahill. Carolyn Lueky Club 6^L0UN0E Menu: htPIZU^ SALADS ^SANIIWKHES ANTIPASTO 564^72 124 Morket St. Poumfowi Hetdersoi Eit ii • Tdw (Hrt FiM MivMy — 11 ML tt 19:00 PJL OPEN 11 A.M. "TIL OPEN SUNDAY 2 TO lOi "We're a Fomly^Restoiiraif' Home Owner Loans AUTO-fQUIPMm-BUSINfSS NO BROKER FEES TO MAKE A LOAN NEVADA FIRST THRIFT HENDERSON ""^^T "" 4ISLUnM MSnAMMU ItailfUMMai. 3ta-l2 I7*-114 711-1040^ u, lalktofour of the best insurance agents at once your iState Farm agent! He's trained to be your car, home, life AND health insurance agent. See or call: H. DAN TAYLOR MS. AGOKY, WC INtUIANCI ^ 325 W Lakf Mead Dr Henderson Bus Ph 565-9743 Res Ph. 458-3571 Ukm • good aeif hbor. Stale Farai is thwe. • H.-. % • • V ^N H • .•"^ f V 8734994 8734995 f oothlll JftaneK JL states HENDERSON'S MOST PANORAMIC VIEW OF THE VALLEY drections: BoAler Hwy. tmris BoiidBr City turn left on up to Thoroughbred and turn right -8r_ ITC. CiMr mMtlVTCMM iMUM B.llaOM *-"*•(& aoon^ 1\^ MDQM-1 PIANA1872 I i I • FROMTOiiOO laaOORPlANS AVAIABlfi SQUARE FOOTAGE 1872 IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCYi IBUYERS HAVE CHOICE OF CARPET 8 TILE AS PB lANS AND SPECS. *% ACRE L0TI2 RRBIACES. FORMAL DINING ROOM b FAMLYROOKfr A LoREN GRACE DEVQDPMENT WEOnOS ft AFTBMQONS • CMl. 381-4382 Guinn, Terry Lange, Jerry Lomprey, Terry Smith, Betty Stewart, and Christy Winlow. Everyone dressed for the occasion especially Jerry Lomprey who won the "Best Dressed Hobo Award" which in this case was the worst dressed hot>o. Her prize what else but a bar of soap. AfteiO' all the crazy games, members and guests relaxed and feasted on homemade soup and we even got to assemble our'own sandwiches. Members attending were Torrie Anderson, MariAnn Blockovich, Jacque Dillard, Lee England, Linda Foster, Kathy f uson, Patti Hester, Colleen Hunley, Colleen McGinty, Sharion Thoriiton, Sandi Sager, Ann Towery, Dar. lene Trueworthy, and Linda wilkie. We hope our guests enjoyed the party as much as we enjoyed having them. We also hope to see them all Thursday night when we will be having our Model Meeting. Somt tty it'i best to ptant patatots on starry nights. LEGAL NOTKE In the Eighth Judicial Distrirl Court of the S wer to the Complaint which ii herewith served upon you. within % days after service of this Summons upon you, exclusive of the day of .service If you fail to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the reliefdemanded in the Complaint This is an action to dissolvr'the bonds of matninony now anif heretofore existing between Plaintiff and Defendaiit LORETTA BOWMAN. Clerk of Court By Margaret Minster. Deputy Clerk (DISTRICT COl'RT SEAL) DATE Jinuani 16. 17 HMar 27. Apr 3. 10 17. M. 1979 fy\LKs.so,\ 1\| ? SCOTTISH ': LORK •v Jscli Hoyw "Tilt Dotclor TtaOMf t JiceKk lite Oniir The Loch NMS Monster The tearrh atill goes on today for the world famous Loch Neu monster—a creature flrst mentioned in the year 566 AD. by St. ColumlM, who described it aa a "(aarsoma bcwt, somethinf like a hu(c frog yt not a frog." Since then this supiMMed dweilar in Scotland's Loch NeM lake haa purportedly been seen by many people, including ministers of the Church of Scotland, Roman Catholic monks, divers, tourists and scientists tiaing submarines, echo Sounders and other sophisticated e<)uipment. The monster is known in Scotland as Neaaie, but some scientists feel there is not Just one monster, but a .wfaple family of them living in the LEGAL NOTKE IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DIS TRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA. IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CLARK No D710 CHANG PING CHIU. Plaintiff DENISE ELLEN BURDCHUI, Dcfcndaat SUMMONS THE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE NAMED'DEFENDANT You are hereby summoned and required to serve upon EDWARD WEINSTEIN. ESQ. plaintllTs attorney, whose address is 230S Lai Veiias Blvd S Las Vegas. Nevada MIM a!i) mswerto the Complaint which is herewith served upon you, within 20 days after service of thi' Summons upon you. exclusive of the day of service If you fail to do so. judgment by default will ,be taken against you for the relief d- manded in the Complaint. This ac tion Is brought to recover a judgment dissolving ^he bonds of matrimony presently existing between you and the PlaintlfT LORETTA BOWMAN. Clerk of Court By REBECCA WITT Deputy Clerk ISEAL) DATE March S. ISTt H • Mar 13. 20, 27. Apr 3, 10.1979 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PERMISSION TO APPROPRIATE THE PUBLIC WATERS OF THE STATE OF NEVADA Feh 2. 1979 Application No 34673 Notict IS hereby given tbat on tile 1st day of December 1977, Frank C. Dunlap.of Fallbrook Stale of California made application to the State Engineer of Nevada for permission (0 appropriate 2 7 second feet ofthe publ ic waters of the State of Nevada Diversion is to be made from an underground source at a point located within the NE^i SES, Section 10,T Zl S R 3E. M D B. A M or at a point from which the E4 corner of said Section 10 bean N. 19S3' 20" E a disUnce of 119493 feet Water will be used for irrigation and domestic purposes from January Ist to December 31st of each year Date of first publ ication Mar 6,1979 Dale of last publlcatioii Apr 3,1979 Signed (() William J Newnan • SUte Engineer H Mar 13. 20. 27, Apr 3.19T9 Inasmuch as Mr. Campbell has referred to me in recent news realeases as the ''developer living in Los Vegas", from now on I shall refer to Mr. Campbell as a carpetbagger from Missouri". ". SM Webster's Unobrtdged Dktionarf, Second Edition, •• CARPETBAGGER: 2. any wondering or irrespohsibi* poKticion, promotor, etc. H.W.POLK PiLBOXBS THE miSTflAL OTY OF THE 60UI WEST Nset TuM^. March 27. 1979 lake. Tliis, sugfsaU the Teacher's Scotch Information Centre, could poaaibly explain why the monster's dimensioits differ in the eyes of the people who havf reported seeing it. Although many photographs have been taken of the monster, every one of them is blurred. UGAL NOTKE IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, IN AND FOB THE COUNTY or CURK No. 09411 LORENEIHALU Plaintiff vs. 'DALTONE.'HALL, Dcfandsnl SUMMONS THE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT: You src berieby summoned snd .required to serve upon MURIEL D. GUNb plalntifTs attorney, whose address is 302 E Carson. Suite 1108 Las Vegas. Nevada an answer to the Complaint which is herewith served upon you. within 20 days after service of this Summons upon you, eicluslve of the day of service. If you fail to do so. judgment by de fault will be taken against you for the relief depianded in the Complaint. This is an action to dissolve the bonds of matrimony heretofore and now existing between you and the Plaintifr. Loretta Bowman. Clerk of Court • By JuaniU Meyer Deputy Clerk DATE February 21.1979 H-reb27,Marf 13.10.27,1979 In the Eighth Judicial District Court ofthe State of Nevsda, In and For the County of Clark nLED MAR. 8 3 49 PM-79 LORETTA BOWMAN, CLERK • ^Y JUANITA MOVER NO P lOtlS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF CLEON C CALDWELL, DECEASED NOTICE OF TIME OF PROVING ^ WILL Notice IS hereby iven that JAMES M BIXLER.havintPiedIn this Court a document purporting to be the last will and testament of CLEON C CALDWELL. dece^. and a petition, praying that the same be admitted to probate, and that he be appointed Eiecutor. thereof, that the hearing thereon has been fixed by said Court for Friday, the 30th day of March. 1979. at 9 30 o'cl.ockA M ofsaidday.attheCourt House, in the City of Las Vegas, County of Clark. State of Nevada and all persons interested in said esute are notified then and there to appear and show cause, ifany they have, why said will should not be admitted to probate and said petitioner appointed Executor thereof Dated Marrh 9. 1979. AD 191ft (DISTRICT COURT SEAL) LORETTA BOWMAN. Clerk By JUANITA MOVER, Deputy Clerk H Mar 20. 27. Apr 3?I979 In the Eighth Judicial District Court ofthe State of Nevada, In and For the County of Clark No D9270 THOMAS NICHOLAS PRE VEZICH, Plaintiff VS JOYCE ANN PREVEZICH. Dehndant SUMMONS THE STAtE OF NEVADA SEr^DS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT Vou are heret>y summoned and required to serve upon HARRY JOE MANGRUM, ESQ, plalntifTs attorney, whose address is P 0 Box 1319. Las Vegas. Nevada 99101. an answer to the Complaint which is herewith served upon you. within 20 days after service of this Sum mont upon you. exclusive ofthe day of service if you fail to do so, judg ment by default will be taken against you for the reliefdemanded in'the Complaint This action is prosecuted for the purpose of obtainini{ a Decree'of Divorce dissol\(ing the marriage of the parties hereto (DISTRICT COURT SEAL) LORETTA BOWMAN. Clerk of Court By MARSHA PADILLA, Deputy Clerk DATE February 15, 1979 LEGAL N01 NoncK or CLOSE or Rioig RATION rOR nUMARV UW PAL ILKTIONS IN LAS VBGA NORTH LAS VIOAS, UNDII SON. BOULbnt CITY NOnCC IS IKRBBY GIVEN t ragistratlM krtha Priaary M IpalBwtkMMtabtbeldeBllayl 1979. will elMa o Sativday. Ap Tth, im. at tba bwsr aftM m Electors may rglslar far i elections by apvlyiag at the Clarl County Election Dapanment,' LM Vagaa Boulevard South, or I apyaartng before a Deputy RagI trar In tto maaaar proetdad by law^ Tte Claiffc Caaty Elactlea Da-] partmaat la eptn dally tnm 900j A.M. to 5:00 P.M.; and nrom Tuasdsy, April 3rd. tkreagfe Saturday. April I Tth from 1:00 A.M.te 9:00 P.M. GEORGE ULLOM Registrar •rVatara rcbrary,|fn H4Iar.lJ.0,r.Apr S,ir IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DIS TRICT COURT OF THE ST ATE OF NEVADA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY or CLARK FILED MAR. 20 1:51 PM-79 LORETTA BOWMAN, CLERK BY JUANITA MOVER CASE NO P 10941 In the Matter of the Estste of VONNIE LEE RECTOR, Deceased. NOTICE or PRIVATE SALE OF REAL PROPERTY Notice is hereby (lcn that subject to confirmation of the aboveentitled Court. STEVEN E MUR PHY. Administrator of the Esute ol Voonie Lee Rector, Deceased, will •ell on the 10th day of April. 1979, at lOOQa m. or thereafter, within the time allowable by law, at a private sate to the highest and best net bid der, upon the terms and conditions hereinafter mentioned, all right, title and interest ofthe decedent at the time of her death and all right, title and interest that the Estate has acquired in said real property located at 2717 Magnet. North Las Vegas, Nevada, and more particularlydeKribeda5Lotl7inBlock28 of Replat of Blocks Ii 16.20.21,22, 23. 24 and 23 and a portion each of Blocks 1$. 19 and 20 of North Mam Addition, as shown by map thereof on file in Book 3 of Plats. Page 87, in tbe Office of the County Recorder of Clark County, Nevada. Bid or offers are Invited for this property and must be in writing and will be received at the offices of Heriuge Realty Co, 1100 E Sahara, Las Vegas. Nevada. 89104. to the at tention of Lorl Field. Realtor, or they may be flleat 12 noon on Tuesday at -Palm Mortuary. • Delegates to Attend Rebekoh Assembly Delegates will be elected in the various Nevada Communities during April to attend the 84th Annual Session of Rebekah Assembly, 113th Annual Session of Grand Lodge of the Independent Order of OddFellows, and 105th Annual Session of Grand Encampment. These sessions of the Grand Bodies of Nevada Rebekahs and OddFellows will be held in Carson City June 17-20,1979. Capitol no. 4 lOOF and Capitol Rebekah Lodge no. 14 will be the host and hostess Lodges, Committee Chairman W.R, Luttrell, Grand Warden of the Grand Lodge from Minden states his committee has been busy since last July formiilating plans and arrangements for these Sessions wjiich will mark the first time since 1944 they have been held in Carson City. Grand Encampment with Grand Patriarch Charles Shiflett of Ely presiding will meet on Monday, June 18. Grand Lodge with Grand Master Glen Shaff of Reno presiding will meet Tuiesday. and Wednesday Juiie 19 and 20. Rebekah Assembly with President Millie Johnson of CarSon City presiding will meet all three days, Sunday June 17 will start at noon with Registration and close following 7;30 p.m. Vesper Services which will be held in the First United Methodist Church at Division and Musser and is open to all. members, families and friends. Aimioii Hovls Selcted for Training Airman William C. Havis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Felix H. Havis of 371 E. Kimberly, Henderson, has been seleted for technical trainBoys' dub to Sponsor Gong Show As part of National Boys Club Week celejftration the local Henderson Boys Club will sponsor a Gong Show for members on Thursday. April 19. All members who wish to participate in the show must sign up now in the Boys CIu Programs Office. Auditions will be held on March 20 through March 25. Also on the Program for the week will be a dance, bike marathon, challenge.the staff day, and a movie • party Day. Boys and girls who wish to take part in the bike marathon must also sign up and describe tbebike they will be using. ing at Sheppard AFB," Tex., in the Air Force wire maintenance field. The airman recently completed.basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex,, and studied theAtr Force mission, organization and customs and received special instruction in human relations. Completion of this training earned the inHENDERSON AUTO & MARINE SERVICE Rir Expert Car Care 10IMUTE OL lUBE, nTER FREE x AIR CONDmONING CHECK 860 E UU(E MEAD HENDERSON Phone:564-3360 ffiS PICK UP & DEL1V5(Y TO K USTIO m OUR IIIOAl TlOUSSUy lEGiSTlY • FINE IMPORTED LINENS • BED LINENS • BLANKET COVERS I BLANKETS • TABLEaOTHS • NAPKINS • PUCEMAT8 I RUNNERS • CRYSTAL TABLEWARE • TOWELS • UNK}UE OIFTS • BED TRAVS • BED JACKETS • COMFORTERS Wo Fotluro: UMM BTIM HandiiareiiMa HwtdwrMtn irwHMtOA Sarvtoa MonogranMning JkimCXnA Judy t M>rtr Ibtr Oumi ^^^ ^^^H |H|M IHi Wi wHNMl Pyi N MM HI ^'^ ^''Nf Vliw) KNIH Hfndersen Hem* Ntw, Hndren, Navoda Willian H. Breslin Pog9 Services for William H. Breslin, 70, are scheduled for 11 a.m. on Tuesday in Palm Chapel with Art Leathan of Kingdom Hall of the Jehovah's Witnesses officiating. Mr. Breslin died March 24 at a local hospital Burial will be in Palm Memorial Park. An electrician, he was born April 22, 1908 in Brattleboro, Vermont. He was a member ofthe International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers. Surviving are his wife, Alma Breslin of Henderson; son, Richard Breslin of Rosville, Michigan; daugl^r', Eleanor Leatham of Holliday, Florida;stepdaughteiii Roma Telders df Henderson; nine grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Spring Flower Show Set For April 14-15 A spring flower show, "Poetry in Petals," will be held April 14 and 15, sponsored by the Palo Vefde Garden Club and the city recreation department. The show will be held in the Civic Center rooms 1, 2 and 3. The public is cordially invited to participate in the show that will feature all types of plants including flower arrengements. vegetables and house plants or anything that grows. For further information call 565-9466 or 565-9002. Colleen P. Rowson Colleen P. Rawson; 15, passed, away Sunday, March 25 at her home. She was a sophomore student at Basic High School. Miss Rasson was born Julyll,1963ihLasVegas and had more recently lived in the area since 1971. She is survived by her pai-ents, Neil and Patricia Rawson of Henderson; brothers, Kevin and Thomas Rawson and sisters; Kathleen and Kelly Rawson, all of Henderson; Maternal Grandoarents, Michael and Joan Kenny of Las Vegas; and paternal grandmother. Maxine Rawson of Pahrump. A prayer service will beheld Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at Palm Chapel and a Mass will be said Wednesday morning at 9 a.m. at St. Peter's Catholic Church. Fr. Theodore Van Skee will officiate at both services. Burial will be at Palm Memorial Park. /H&R V BLOCK ^ THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE |N0WATANEW10CATI0N!| 4 PACIFIC SHORT FORMS $9JI0 I* HOURS 9 AM-9 PM WEEKDAYSI 9-5 SATURDAY & SUNDAY 15643767; Notice of Electric Refund If you purchased electricity at any time frorii April 1, 1977, through December 31, 1977, from California-Pacific UtiUties 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 have not already rvceived your Electric ttfund Notice, pltost sign and rttum th ottoched refund form by April 10, 1979, in order to qualify for your refund. Do not send in the attached form if you've already received and moiled your Electric Refund Notice. Also, please contact former customers you know who have moved from Henderson and who may qualify for a refund. We do not have current addresses for some of them. Havethem write or call our Henderson office. • CP notionol CP National P.O.Box 2096 Henderson, NV 89015 (702) 565-8941 IElectric Refund Form Please print Name Mailing address The name and mailing address shown above are mine. I received service at '__ • ~" (former Henderson address) from California-Pacific Utilities Co. (now CP fJational) between April 1, 1977, and Decennber 31,1977. dividual credits towards ^an associate in applied science degree through the Community College ofthe Air Force. Airman Havis is a 1976. graduate of Atwater, (Calif.) high school. His wife, Rhonda is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chalres Stainaker of 6055 N.Epps Drive, Winton, Calif. (Signature) I Yo mwt sign ond return this form by April 10,1979 to quolify for your I refund. Moil this form to: CP Notional, P.O. Box 2096, Henderson, NV I 89015. I W---.RiViCf A ...more than meets the eye!! If you're shopping for a sofa and an extra t)ed too ... one that offers comfortable sitting and comfortable sleeping, then Riviera Convertibles have more than meets the eye... 399 Thw featured conlemporiry 'QUEENSIZE Convertible witti sleep two nMttrets i( ehown m beaultful tebrtc that wiH enhance tt decor of your tavonte room Special price • Tiaoa matching Rivier* Conyertibl* oHc tht ty. AT PRICES YOU CAN LIVE WITH 1 Kodei wrapped pillows 2 lop quality lire relardani polyloam core. Riviera exclusive waterproof quilted deck pad Full link spring unit Hardwood karr>es doweled atwJ glued with corner blocks 6 Back pillow support ledge-line 7 Sleep-two mattress • ,8 Flemovable backs • Available with or without a bed Frames tilt torvard foe easy cleaning Written warranty also available m Foil aiN. KiiKi sue or' Loveseat k-^RiVicra Hm^>} 201 lAST (HftHlISTON BlVD • 3B2 t0l8 t EASY IfRIMS ( lATAWAT PUNS ^^ ^ PliNTY Of fRff PtRKINC IN RilR n* ^^

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H*ndnen Hsnw Hmm, H*mknen, Ntvodo 10 K PRODUCTIVE BUTU PROnaED Siithern Nevada Fir All its iRSjur ante nttii Frim Auto InsiraRce ti coverage on Hfjvy Equipmeiit. ctmnircial, lariRiRt ir iniiutriil We take pride in tvr Bane and tliesimcetweotier Nl matter wliat yeir insurince neels Kaercher JRsirakce rs the name te kmw. Aiuwer to puzzle kJUUUEi LiuQ auia tUMUkJEIUaui Juan Sotomayor Joins Cancer Effort I KAERCMM INSURANCI 7 SOUTH Iffh M4-2ai3 TMI UUNDtY ft DIY ClEANEtS Attended at \11 Times in Dry Cleaning by th^ e-lh load' or individual Items waih k Fold for Bui) People ZMN BOULDER HWY HDN HRS 7 AM PM 7 DYS WK. Juan Sotomayor. • who resides at 605 Fairway road with-hw, wife of 33 years. Sue. and thei son. Juan Ricardo. has been named Residential Co-Chairman of the American Cancer Society Aprit Crusade. Juan who retired from 33 yea^s in the Air Force in 1977 is presently with Massachusetts Mutual Life .Insurance. The Sotomayors have lived in Henderson since September of 1975 and intend to spend the rest of their BLACKMOUNTAIN PLUMBING NO^inUCMMI NOIMTS. LOW RATES • SEWER* DRAIN LINES CLEANED • ^ FAUCETS • GARBAGE DISPOSALS • / NEW FIXTURES INSTALLED ,' COMtillCIAl IIIIMNTIAl y rOBEBf TODO "^ "^ Owngf '^ mf^ Bar, ^rQO ^/ ^^ Buddha^ BINGO ^e Of ^^ *^^JL iBUDDHAfS FORTUNE DREAMI COME BY b PlAY FAT DADDY'S NEW GAME [(BUDDHA'S FORTUNE DREAM) A PROGRESSIVE GAME PUYED ON Aa HARD BOARDS. |WE NOW HAVE FACE DCWNl 2UIVE IBINGO SCHEDULES: liUO AM-BREAKFAST ClUB MHO 6 3fll PM-MINIBUDDHA SESSION \m PM-GIANT BUDDHA {SESSION-25 GAMES llftaO PM-MINI-BUDDHA SESSION 1545 BOULDER HIGHWAY mm* PHONE: 564-3343 A FAT DADDY PROD. k <> days in our community.' The Sotomayorsare active in community affairs with Juan a member of Kiwanis. Let's • take Action Against Criffte. and youth programs such as the Boy Scout Explorer Olympics. Sue was a door-to-door crusader for the Society in last years effort and also is • Vice President and iProgram director for the Retired Officers Wives Club. Serving as chairman of this year's April Cancer Crusade is Smitty Chandler who is in her sixth consecutive year with the event. Juan is instrumental in'the overall organization and planning of the. project which will be held from Apriil-I6. 1979^ During this period volunteers will call on their neighbors and distribute "You Do Make A Difference-' pamphlets which tell how to prevent and detect cancer's early signs. It is hoped those who receive the pamphlet will take tlhie with their families to read them and become familiar with the 7 warning signals of cancer. The most effective control of caneer is early detei^tion and* prompt treatment. Vdunteers will also be accpting donations to the Society to continue its service to cancer patients and their families and to aid in funding vitally needed continued research. A kick off for all 4hose participating in this years Crusade will be held at the Eldorado Club Wednesday evening at 7 p.m. Juan Sotomayor may be reached at 565.-7371 or 373-2500. It h bMn taid ttiat Alexander th Great had hli armor made Hpecially large to hii arwmiat iwould ttiltik him a giant. SBmGNEvmsmm YOUNG &RUE MOVING AND STORAGE CO. AGENTS FOR GLOBAL VAN UNES • LOCAL MOVES • STORAGE • OUT-OF^ATE MOVES • CONTROlifD MOVES INTO NEVADA WHBIi rrS YOUR MOVE. rrS OURS TOOl CALL 457-3060 1624 MOJAVE RD., LAS VEGAS i Tuesday, March 27, 1f7f Twtiday, AAorch 27, If79 11 Jiiao 5o(omayor • CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACHOtS t.#)umful 4 8 12 13 14 Display Ottactivt's lud Japanesa sash Anxiety SoMd contest 15. Malt liquor 16. Termite 17. Secret hiding place 18 May 20. Soft drink 21. Allrigh1(SI.) 22. Foot traveler 25 Oriental VI P 28. Hold t)y right 29 Simpleton 32 Precious stone 33 Enjoyment 34. Philippine weapon 35. Lion s cave 36 Brooch 37. Musket 38 Splendor 41, Thus 43. Frozen dessert 44 Conundrum 48 Overhead 50 Sports devotee (SI.) 51 Fishing pole 52 Fountain delicacy 53. Fragrant flower 54 Incite to action 55 Cad (SI) 56 Very old 57. Tiny DOWN Flyatoft Competent Food regimen Egyptian beetle Convenient Food scrap Personal pronoun 19. 20. 23 24 25 26 27 30. 31. 33 34 36 37 39 40 41 42 45 46 8 Mourning fabric 47 Varnish ingredient Reverberate Seven days Grain Fugitive soldier (Abbr.) Chess man Discovered Housetop Grow drowsy Baboon Gunshot report The whole unounl Enemy Delicate Parrot Step Destroyed Competitor Oblitefate Belt o( ribbon Wind instritment Skitdtad Theater seat Border Lyric poem BewtMerment Egyptian sun god \ 1 2 3 1 7~ 5 6 7 1 8 10 TT" 12 13 14 • IS • 16 L^ I t.T le I 20 • 21 ^2 • 23 24 ^^^H 25 ?6 r • 28 I 29 30 31 32 I S3 • 34 35 I 36 I 37 ^^Hae 34 40 ^^H 41 42 • 43 • 44 46 *t 47 4e 49 • SO 1 51 ip 1 sT 54 • • 55. 56 .57 h \\ i EVERY THING MUST GO REGARDLESS OF PROFIT OR LOSS. SAVE Mon. t, FrI. 10 to 9; Sat. 10-6; Sun. 11-5 [HI-WAY FURNITURE 1241 North Boulder Highway. Henderson 1: "^ Participants included in the Boulder City Community Club Fashion Show are (from left to right): Mary Ann Danielson of Cheri Lyn's; Dolly Stamer, Fashion Show Coordinator; Lou Heller, Special Projects Chariman; Bette Porter, Club Treasurer; and Marie LaChance of Marie's Shoe Box. March 29th IS THE DAY! When Conimunity-Gub. presents its Fasion Show and Luncheon at -"Old Vegas." The banquet room on the second floor of the resturant is the setting for the occasion beginning at 12:30 p.m.. Thursday. Models for the Fashion Show are local Boulder City individuals. Assisting with hair styling will be Carmella Perkins of the "Beauty Spot." For information and reservations, phone2934008 or 293-1901, by today. Thursday. C.P. Notionol Announces Eaniings Exercise Important To Weight Control Health Surveys indicaie thai healthy, phyucally Tit appearance. CP National Corp. today issued a report of its tonsolidated results for the fouth quarter and 12 months ended Dec. 31, 1978. According to CP. National net income available to common shareholders for the quarter amounted to $26,000, or $.02 per common share, based on total revenues of $20.5 million. In the same quartr of 1977, net income available to common shareholders amounted to $1.1 million or $.68 per share, on total revenues of $18.6 million. Net income available to common shareholders for te 12 months ended Dec. 31, 1978 was $2.2 million or $1.20 per share, based on total revenues of $79.7 million. For the 12 months ended Dec 31,1977, net income available to common -shareholders was $3.1 million, or $1.91 per share, ontotal revenues of $75.1 million. The fourth quarter and 12 months data for 1977 have been restated to reflect a prior year federal income tax adjustment. Earnings were calculated on the basis of 1,682.214 average shares outstanding for the 12 months ended Dec. 31, 1978 and 1.600,023 average shares outstanding for the 12 months ended Dec. 31,1977. The company said.revenues from its energy group's operations posted a 10 percent increase in 1978 over 1977. CP National's energy group provides electric, natural gas and water service to customers in Oregon, Cal., Nev., Utah and Arizona. CP National said its telephone group's revenues in 1978 w re four percent above 1977. The telephone group serves customers in Cat., Ore., and Nev. The company noted that revenue recovery of energy costs remained relatively sttTC during 1978. CP National then explained other pretax operating costs increased by 20 percent but said it was unable to obtain adequate.rate relief during the year to offset those increased costs. CP National said iU telephone groups'! operating expenses in 1978 were 14 percent above 197Ts. An extensive study of telephone property records rersuited in proposed adjustments to telephone property accounts accompanied by increased depreciation for the year. CP National stated its. interest-expense for the entire company rose 15 percent as a result of its increased short term debt position coupled with higher short term interest rates. During the fouth quarter of 1978, adjustments to estimates relating to prior years and to prior 1978 quarters wre made to energy cost balancing accounts, income tax expense, telephone toll revenues and other accounts which reduced fourth quarter net incomte by approximetely $690,000 or $41 per. share. many people are gaining weight or staying overweight on relatively moderate calorie intakcv. Although overeating is probably the major cause or overweight, physical maciisity contribuics greatly to the problem. There are a tew encouraging signs that desire Tor ritne^s, or health-consciousness, is replacing simple weight-consciousness in the minds of many Americans. The^e is growing awareness that a sedentary way of life can contribute to degenerative dis ease of the arteries and to obesity and its potential complications, most notably, diabetes.' says a new pamphlet from the American Medical Association .There alsjj is a growiig preference among Amenca/is for a Fniphasis is on condition. Body. sKin and hair that are in good condition arc widely regarded as necessary (or good looks. You may feel too la/y to get started on i physical fitness program, bul ii's probably the lack of exercise that makesoyou Teel that way. On the other hand, you nhay think of yourself as active or energetic because you are always busy—too busy to take time out for vigorous exercise. Some of the busiest people in the world have found time for jogging, tennis or mornini calisthenics. There are all sorts of guides to simple home exercise programs. Or there is jogging or other such activiiies. Or regular participation in aaivc sports and games, such as handball or tennis. If you are over age }0 or are unaccustomed to vigorous exercise, consult wiih your physician before starting a program But, if you want to maintain good health and to keep the ex-' cess pounds off, a regular, vigorous exercise program is a must. For the rest of your life. Frank Chappell Science News Editor AMA 4 Hndr*en Hm Hvtn, Hndren, Ntvodo There may be u many at 40,000 aneroidt, large chunks of rock, orbiting the tun between Mara and Jupiter. iinvritrt ^>^-./ \ NOW APPEARING ROYAL JAZZ BAND DIXIE ALL DRINKS 50* 11 am to 5 pm NO COVER NO MINIMUM 305 CONVENTION CENTlR DRIVE Our patients, Tom & Marie Hand, say it for us*: ^It's a place you fed secure W / ft *, < • -1 At Desert Springs Hospital. *e worn to see to it trial our patients are treated with the same personal attention they would receive at home It s retlecled daily m our stall And it s our parent company s philosophy — the Charter Medical Corporation way that s used in our 13 hospitals throughout America.' From the volunteers and therapists, to our nurses and physicians It's the Desert Springs personal touch that says. We care.' Our Ijenerai medical and surgical facilities include; • 24 hour emergency Suite with doctor on dyty, • Coronary and Intensive Care tacilities, • Extensive Diagnostic X Ray Department tor in-patients and outpatients. • Operating rooms lully equipped to perform a full range of procedures, including open heart and neurosurgery. • Respiratory therapy, • Physical therapy, • And more The Desert Springs difference Why more Southern Nevadans point to us wtth confidence I Desert Springs Hospital 2075E RainngoRoad (702)733-8800 4 k k 4 ^ ii

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H*ndnen Hsnw Hmm, H*mknen, Ntvodo 10 K PRODUCTIVE BUTU PROnaED Siithern Nevada Fir All its iRSjur ante nttii Frim Auto InsiraRce ti coverage on Hfjvy Equipmeiit. ctmnircial, lariRiRt ir iniiutriil We take pride in tvr Bane and tliesimcetweotier Nl matter wliat yeir insurince neels Kaercher JRsirakce rs the name te kmw. Aiuwer to puzzle kJUUUEi LiuQ auia tUMUkJEIUaui Juan Sotomayor Joins Cancer Effort I KAERCMM INSURANCI 7 SOUTH Iffh M4-2ai3 TMI UUNDtY ft DIY ClEANEtS Attended at \11 Times in Dry Cleaning by th^ e-lh load' or individual Items waih k Fold for Bui) People ZMN BOULDER HWY HDN HRS 7 AM PM 7 DYS WK. Juan Sotomayor. • who resides at 605 Fairway road with-hw, wife of 33 years. Sue. and thei son. Juan Ricardo. has been named Residential Co-Chairman of the American Cancer Society Aprit Crusade. Juan who retired from 33 yea^s in the Air Force in 1977 is presently with Massachusetts Mutual Life .Insurance. The Sotomayors have lived in Henderson since September of 1975 and intend to spend the rest of their BLACKMOUNTAIN PLUMBING NO^inUCMMI NOIMTS. LOW RATES • SEWER* DRAIN LINES CLEANED • ^ FAUCETS • GARBAGE DISPOSALS • / NEW FIXTURES INSTALLED ,' COMtillCIAl IIIIMNTIAl y rOBEBf TODO "^ "^ Owngf '^ mf^ Bar, ^rQO ^/ ^^ Buddha^ BINGO ^e Of ^^ *^^JL iBUDDHAfS FORTUNE DREAMI COME BY b PlAY FAT DADDY'S NEW GAME [(BUDDHA'S FORTUNE DREAM) A PROGRESSIVE GAME PUYED ON Aa HARD BOARDS. |WE NOW HAVE FACE DCWNl 2UIVE IBINGO SCHEDULES: liUO AM-BREAKFAST ClUB MHO 6 3fll PM-MINIBUDDHA SESSION \m PM-GIANT BUDDHA {SESSION-25 GAMES llftaO PM-MINI-BUDDHA SESSION 1545 BOULDER HIGHWAY mm* PHONE: 564-3343 A FAT DADDY PROD. k <> days in our community.' The Sotomayorsare active in community affairs with Juan a member of Kiwanis. Let's • take Action Against Criffte. and youth programs such as the Boy Scout Explorer Olympics. Sue was a door-to-door crusader for the Society in last years effort and also is • Vice President and iProgram director for the Retired Officers Wives Club. Serving as chairman of this year's April Cancer Crusade is Smitty Chandler who is in her sixth consecutive year with the event. Juan is instrumental in'the overall organization and planning of the. project which will be held from Apriil-I6. 1979^ During this period volunteers will call on their neighbors and distribute "You Do Make A Difference-' pamphlets which tell how to prevent and detect cancer's early signs. It is hoped those who receive the pamphlet will take tlhie with their families to read them and become familiar with the 7 warning signals of cancer. The most effective control of caneer is early detei^tion and* prompt treatment. Vdunteers will also be accpting donations to the Society to continue its service to cancer patients and their families and to aid in funding vitally needed continued research. A kick off for all 4hose participating in this years Crusade will be held at the Eldorado Club Wednesday evening at 7 p.m. Juan Sotomayor may be reached at 565.-7371 or 373-2500. It h bMn taid ttiat Alexander th Great had hli armor made Hpecially large to hii arwmiat iwould ttiltik him a giant. SBmGNEvmsmm YOUNG &RUE MOVING AND STORAGE CO. AGENTS FOR GLOBAL VAN UNES • LOCAL MOVES • STORAGE • OUT-OF^ATE MOVES • CONTROlifD MOVES INTO NEVADA WHBIi rrS YOUR MOVE. rrS OURS TOOl CALL 457-3060 1624 MOJAVE RD., LAS VEGAS i Tuesday, March 27, 1f7f Twtiday, AAorch 27, If79 11 Jiiao 5o(omayor • CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACHOtS t.#)umful 4 8 12 13 14 Display Ottactivt's lud Japanesa sash Anxiety SoMd contest 15. Malt liquor 16. Termite 17. Secret hiding place 18 May 20. Soft drink 21. Allrigh1(SI.) 22. Foot traveler 25 Oriental VI P 28. Hold t)y right 29 Simpleton 32 Precious stone 33 Enjoyment 34. Philippine weapon 35. Lion s cave 36 Brooch 37. Musket 38 Splendor 41, Thus 43. Frozen dessert 44 Conundrum 48 Overhead 50 Sports devotee (SI.) 51 Fishing pole 52 Fountain delicacy 53. Fragrant flower 54 Incite to action 55 Cad (SI) 56 Very old 57. Tiny DOWN Flyatoft Competent Food regimen Egyptian beetle Convenient Food scrap Personal pronoun 19. 20. 23 24 25 26 27 30. 31. 33 34 36 37 39 40 41 42 45 46 8 Mourning fabric 47 Varnish ingredient Reverberate Seven days Grain Fugitive soldier (Abbr.) Chess man Discovered Housetop Grow drowsy Baboon Gunshot report The whole unounl Enemy Delicate Parrot Step Destroyed Competitor Oblitefate Belt o( ribbon Wind instritment Skitdtad Theater seat Border Lyric poem BewtMerment Egyptian sun god \ 1 2 3 1 7~ 5 6 7 1 8 10 TT" 12 13 14 • IS • 16 L^ I t.T le I 20 • 21 ^2 • 23 24 ^^^H 25 ?6 r • 28 I 29 30 31 32 I S3 • 34 35 I 36 I 37 ^^Hae 34 40 ^^H 41 42 • 43 • 44 46 *t 47 4e 49 • SO 1 51 ip 1 sT 54 • • 55. 56 .57 h \\ i EVERY THING MUST GO REGARDLESS OF PROFIT OR LOSS. SAVE Mon. t, FrI. 10 to 9; Sat. 10-6; Sun. 11-5 [HI-WAY FURNITURE 1241 North Boulder Highway. Henderson 1: "^ Participants included in the Boulder City Community Club Fashion Show are (from left to right): Mary Ann Danielson of Cheri Lyn's; Dolly Stamer, Fashion Show Coordinator; Lou Heller, Special Projects Chariman; Bette Porter, Club Treasurer; and Marie LaChance of Marie's Shoe Box. March 29th IS THE DAY! When Conimunity-Gub. presents its Fasion Show and Luncheon at -"Old Vegas." The banquet room on the second floor of the resturant is the setting for the occasion beginning at 12:30 p.m.. Thursday. Models for the Fashion Show are local Boulder City individuals. Assisting with hair styling will be Carmella Perkins of the "Beauty Spot." For information and reservations, phone2934008 or 293-1901, by today. Thursday. C.P. Notionol Announces Eaniings Exercise Important To Weight Control Health Surveys indicaie thai healthy, phyucally Tit appearance. CP National Corp. today issued a report of its tonsolidated results for the fouth quarter and 12 months ended Dec. 31, 1978. According to CP. National net income available to common shareholders for the quarter amounted to $26,000, or $.02 per common share, based on total revenues of $20.5 million. In the same quartr of 1977, net income available to common shareholders amounted to $1.1 million or $.68 per share, on total revenues of $18.6 million. Net income available to common shareholders for te 12 months ended Dec. 31, 1978 was $2.2 million or $1.20 per share, based on total revenues of $79.7 million. For the 12 months ended Dec 31,1977, net income available to common -shareholders was $3.1 million, or $1.91 per share, ontotal revenues of $75.1 million. The fourth quarter and 12 months data for 1977 have been restated to reflect a prior year federal income tax adjustment. Earnings were calculated on the basis of 1,682.214 average shares outstanding for the 12 months ended Dec. 31, 1978 and 1.600,023 average shares outstanding for the 12 months ended Dec. 31,1977. The company said.revenues from its energy group's operations posted a 10 percent increase in 1978 over 1977. CP National's energy group provides electric, natural gas and water service to customers in Oregon, Cal., Nev., Utah and Arizona. CP National said its telephone group's revenues in 1978 w re four percent above 1977. The telephone group serves customers in Cat., Ore., and Nev. The company noted that revenue recovery of energy costs remained relatively sttTC during 1978. CP National then explained other pretax operating costs increased by 20 percent but said it was unable to obtain adequate.rate relief during the year to offset those increased costs. CP National said iU telephone groups'! operating expenses in 1978 were 14 percent above 197Ts. An extensive study of telephone property records rersuited in proposed adjustments to telephone property accounts accompanied by increased depreciation for the year. CP National stated its. interest-expense for the entire company rose 15 percent as a result of its increased short term debt position coupled with higher short term interest rates. During the fouth quarter of 1978, adjustments to estimates relating to prior years and to prior 1978 quarters wre made to energy cost balancing accounts, income tax expense, telephone toll revenues and other accounts which reduced fourth quarter net incomte by approximetely $690,000 or $41 per. share. many people are gaining weight or staying overweight on relatively moderate calorie intakcv. Although overeating is probably the major cause or overweight, physical maciisity contribuics greatly to the problem. There are a tew encouraging signs that desire Tor ritne^s, or health-consciousness, is replacing simple weight-consciousness in the minds of many Americans. The^e is growing awareness that a sedentary way of life can contribute to degenerative dis ease of the arteries and to obesity and its potential complications, most notably, diabetes.' says a new pamphlet from the American Medical Association .There alsjj is a growiig preference among Amenca/is for a Fniphasis is on condition. Body. sKin and hair that are in good condition arc widely regarded as necessary (or good looks. You may feel too la/y to get started on i physical fitness program, bul ii's probably the lack of exercise that makesoyou Teel that way. On the other hand, you nhay think of yourself as active or energetic because you are always busy—too busy to take time out for vigorous exercise. Some of the busiest people in the world have found time for jogging, tennis or mornini calisthenics. There are all sorts of guides to simple home exercise programs. Or there is jogging or other such activiiies. Or regular participation in aaivc sports and games, such as handball or tennis. If you are over age }0 or are unaccustomed to vigorous exercise, consult wiih your physician before starting a program But, if you want to maintain good health and to keep the ex-' cess pounds off, a regular, vigorous exercise program is a must. For the rest of your life. Frank Chappell Science News Editor AMA 4 Hndr*en Hm Hvtn, Hndren, Ntvodo There may be u many at 40,000 aneroidt, large chunks of rock, orbiting the tun between Mara and Jupiter. iinvritrt ^>^-./ \ NOW APPEARING ROYAL JAZZ BAND DIXIE ALL DRINKS 50* 11 am to 5 pm NO COVER NO MINIMUM 305 CONVENTION CENTlR DRIVE Our patients, Tom & Marie Hand, say it for us*: ^It's a place you fed secure W / ft *, < • -1 At Desert Springs Hospital. *e worn to see to it trial our patients are treated with the same personal attention they would receive at home It s retlecled daily m our stall And it s our parent company s philosophy — the Charter Medical Corporation way that s used in our 13 hospitals throughout America.' From the volunteers and therapists, to our nurses and physicians It's the Desert Springs personal touch that says. We care.' Our Ijenerai medical and surgical facilities include; • 24 hour emergency Suite with doctor on dyty, • Coronary and Intensive Care tacilities, • Extensive Diagnostic X Ray Department tor in-patients and outpatients. • Operating rooms lully equipped to perform a full range of procedures, including open heart and neurosurgery. • Respiratory therapy, • Physical therapy, • And more The Desert Springs difference Why more Southern Nevadans point to us wtth confidence I Desert Springs Hospital 2075E RainngoRoad (702)733-8800 4 k k 4 ^ ii

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nwfion nonw rwwi, nvfMwnon, • • • vuuu .r^.r Pcig12 TuMdvy, Mofchl SAIL RIGHT PAST THE PUMPS WITH ONE OF THESE |: AMERICA'S # 1 SELLING IMPORT 1979 TOYOTA COROLLA LIFTBACK ni8 27 COMMERCIAL LEASE AIR CONDITIONED. 5 speed, am/fm for M moMtx, $73745 stereo, all standard features. 1979 TOYOTA ST CELICA COUPE f. and iMt MCurlly dpo*tl 1979 TOYOTA SR-5 SPORT PICKUP AM/FM stereo. 5 speed, radial tires, style steel wheels, AIR CONDITIONED, Step bumoer ^^^^j—^ USED CAR WARRANTY. *i 28: For 36 monlht. 1757.64. first artd iMt (ecurtty dpo*lt. TOYOTA... MORE FOR YOUR To some economy is a low price. For others it's operating efticiency. '. But with Ihe-new Celica ST Sport Coupe it's both. Great gas mileage and the lowest price tag of any Celica All in a sporty package that comes with standard features like a 2.2 liter SOHC engine, 5-speed overdrive transmission and much more. Come in today and see the 1979 ST Sport Coupe. Yoall be suf0rised at how-good economy can look. WE OFFER YOU GOOD GAS MILEAGE WITHOUT LOWERING YOUR STANDARD OF i|^ DRIVING! ^t^^ TERRIFIC TRUCK TRADES 77C0UMRXR-7 Loaded, has everythio(B. 1718-1 I MM $ 5199 75 VW RABBIT 4 speed, air 521-1 3199 77 FORD 6RAMAM • 1792-1 NMMM 3899 7 S mu cm^tk Oaytona taytona • 1612-2 WM SITM '2699 74 MUSTANG II 1160-1 mntum 2799 78 FIAT Xt9 Liktj ne* 1&64 2 WM2M '5799 78 CHRYS. CORDOBA Personal luxury. ^'SU 4899 77 CAPRICE CLASSIC Many options 1693-2. 71 CNCV ^ TON m^^m^^k. Ana ahcll. pr*lty. -j • l%ilQQ JBLBBLutMaiiita I Tr TT Tr y 77 FORD TRICK .-^-^ Truck, many, many SC^Ofl 73 JEEP WAQONEER .^ ^ ^ ^ Automatic, 6ir, power SvlflAffl steenng brakes '* V MMH 1757-1. Wat Mm JbWWW ^g" '2699 W"' 2799 I?,?!?'*'"' • $4599 Double, supef, kMded. S^OAA Custom Inlarkx. tilt, cruise. SfiOAA remaining fiKXory warranty ^§%^%|%| 76 CNEV H TON Kower sfoenng. air 1590-2. 77 TOYOTA '/i TOM With shell, 5 speed, air. 1 734-1 la07/t ^/V 5499 /Kg; 'OSo 9l 77 DOME Vll Triple Tfk 1370.1 Air, power stearin iS99 74^ IT power steering \ps aS49-i. striniir \ f W/(5H camper; super unit pertect lor OuliOflS r 2399 TRANSPORTATION SPECIALS $ 7i t6V6U tWBc"" Truck, custom paml. roll b&r^ custom wheels tires. ife72-1 WttUIM. 5399 m itibn I/, T6N' SM 5 speed, air. 1767-1. IViit$4M S 4799 77 EL CAMINO Tm, AM/FM Stereo, pow er wi ndows #11W>-1. tICHEVROin #1783-1 $ 399 73 6RAND PRIX #1737-1. Was $2799.... 1599 7' ~soi-D399 74 TORINO Elite. #1724-2. $ vm 74 PONTIAC Ventura. #1061-1.. s 2199 78AMC Gremlin. #954-1. 3 2199 Page 13 Ttwrsdov, Morch 22. 197 Mttt Joi Flasko.... Another Young BiMliler Gty Person llkiving Ahead Joi Flasko, a vWacious 17 year old Senor at Boulder City High School, recently learned that her essay on problems oF the handicapped had been chosen as top entry In the state of Nevada. She was notmed of her success in a letter from Nevada's Gov. Robert List, "I am please to inform you that you are the first place winner In Nevada in the 1979 Ability Counts Report Contest which is sponsored by the Gov. Committee on Employment of the Handicapped," the Gov. wrote. "Your excellent report shows that j ou have a keen awareness of the needs of the handicapped as well as some solutions to problems confh>nting this new minority," the letter continued. For her quality efforts. Joi received a $100 U.S. Savings Bond ... and an all expense paid trip for two to Washington DC, for five days. During her visit to the Nation's Capitol, she will attend the annual meeting of the President's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped. Her mother, Madge will accompany hei'on the trip. ^ "Surprised and pleased" are the words Joi ua^d to describe her feelings at the honor given ^er efforts. Visiting the capltol will be a "first" for the energetic student and she's thrilled at the prospect A member of the BABYSITTER NEEDED to come to my borne. 8 p.m. to 4 I m. Muit be over 20, and REFERENCES REQUIRED Call after 2 p.m. 564-3382. Hdn. OPENING for Cuitomers Service Clerk, Some experience needed. Light typing, company benefits Call 564-2581. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. BAKER WANTED Will train. Apply in person at Wincbells 155 Water St., Hdn. NO PHONE CALLS. FUUOHPART-TIME HOURS AVAILABLE 7-11 STORE 120 E. Lake Mead Drive. Hnt of trouMe up and 'ing to get it myself. I pulled a whole bookcase over on me and was taken to tl^^ hospital for a concussionnot to mention the wheelchair expense. 1 am no longer aftaid to ask for help, after facing the fact that I have to depend on others for help sometimes. Before leaving the library, I thought, "h's a 'good thing I'm not blind, beetuse there is absolutely no braille." If. during a day at school, I need to use the restroom it's just too bad.* The lightswjtch is too high, the doorway too narrow, I can't fit my chair into the stalls, and last but not least, after washing my hands and having water run down my arms, l-can't reach the towels. I'm lucky 1 don't have classes after lunch, because wc only have a 50 minute break, and there is no cafeteria. Even with transportation, I would surely be late. If I had to. 1 could resort to a-Vick lunch. To close my day, 1 am going to a basketball game. The steps te the gym really give me a bad time. The crowd is terrible Where will I park? During the game, people are walking in front of me arid bumping into me. I can't see anyway, so 1 think I'll just leave. I'm really worn, out by the time I get home, l>ut it is late and I sleep good. That is what I imagine a "handicapped school day" would be like here at B.C.H.S.. where a -ramp really would t>e a step ahead. FOR RENT • Dbl. wide, mobile home, 24 X 64. 3 bdrm,, 2 bath, family rm.. wet bar, dishwasher, etc. Call Mrs. Taylor 293-1430, Gingerwood Park. B,C. 1978 • 650 Yamaha XS 4400 mi, $1500, Call 564-5098. Hdn YARD SALE 72 Mallor>. Hdn, Sat. & Sun. Mar. 31. April 1. ByBIANCASt.JOHN INEXPENSIVE WINES The trick for moat wine fanciers is getting the very best wines at the lowest prices. Here are some great wines for a variety of purposes and foods, all under $5 a bottle: In the red wine category Inglenook Petite Sirah is a really go6d buy at $3.75, an excellent red table wine to serve with a lamb or beef dish. For a steak supper. Simi Pinto Noir 1974 is the ideal complement, a classy wine with a down-to-earth )rice tag. about $4.50. talian Swiss Colony Cabernet Sauvignon is a really great buy in a red Ubie wine at about S2.00 an4^ you can't beat the price of this wine producer's Zinfandel, about $1.50. both are very enjoyable winea. Another excellent red wine which is al^oan excellent buy is Almaden Monterey Ruby Cabernet, a hearty red that s good with any hearty meat dish; it costs $3,00, Sebastian! Zinfandel 1976 is another i[ood $3 00 wine, and tobert Mondavi Camay at $4.25 is an elegant wine at a surprisingly low price Among the best of the good buys in white table winea is Gallo Sauvignon Blanc at $2.19 a bottle, Sebastian! Chardonnay which just barely qualifiea for the inexpensive wine price at exactly $5.00 a bottle, is a great dry white wine which makes an excellent choice for simple aeafood and fowl meals with light sauces and seasonings. Another good dry white is Loa Hermanos Chardonnay at $a.25 per bottk. Sweater w|Me wines at good prices include Paul Maaaon Chenin Blanc at $3.60 a bottle and Almaden Gewuritraminer for $4.00. A good whiu uUa wine to go with light meat in cream sauces is the incredibly inexpensive Italian Swiss Colony Chenin Blanc at less than $2.00. SouysttieVA.. |OM€IIBy Cassan/Browa 010 YOU imOW EllCeliable family man wants Steady part time work. Ver>' productive diversified background Can work 4 days per wk. Call S64-i343S anytime FOR RENT 2 bdrm $275 mo plus $100 deposit '564-5753 Hdn 1959 PORSCHE 35.A with super 90engine, original interior and exterior, in beauti(\ir cond $9000, Call 293-9184 B C. FOR SALE Church top 1932 Phiico Radio. Works very good. Ph 56*2787 6A Money St.. Hdn, FOR SALE Sears .Mark 200 DfTice addinif machine Call 564 2558 Hdn BABYSITTER needed for oc casional weekends Vicinity Tungsten St. Hdn, Call after 6 p m 564-5233 < o< • <^ ^> > For your, repainting ort paper hanging needs call MURRAY ^ MAINTENANCE } Custom and courteous service guaranteed. Call Joe at 293 1662 or Tom 293 1799 ; LOST DOG 'Irish setter collie Brown, red k large Please call 565-8095 Lost in vicinity of Horizon & Greenway Area. LOST Sat yincinity of Water and Basic Rd. Irish Setter puppy. 4 mos. old. answers to "Murphy". Reward Of fered. Wearing flea collar k chain link collar. Reddish brown. 73fr490e or 564-3044 LARGE CUSTOM HOME. H Acre 5 bdrm,. 2^ ba(h, sunken living room, family rm, w fireplace, intercom., 2500 sq ft sprinklers, Appriased $75,000. Ph 565^7964 Hdn. 18 CU FT WHITE FROSTFREE RE FRIGERATOR FREEZER. $185.00, Ph 564 5233. Hdn FOR SALE headers, for 1908 to 1973 truck, big block Chevy gaskets, and collec tors included. $70.293-5444, B.C. W,\NTED TO BUY old comics. 293 5476. B C 1973 FORD \ TON PICK UP Camper Special 460engine, blue k white Custom wheels. Very clean, $3900 firm 293-1567 901 S. Boulder Hwy .Sp 33 Hend.,Nev, a/ter.5. FOR SALE Air Conditioner 32,000 BTU Window Unit. Good condition. 293-4669, after 4 p m. B,C FOR SALE Wrought iron dinette set Extra sturdy. 0 cteairs : $125 -74 Ford LTD. excel condition, $2300. Call 565^8654 after 3 p m or see at 123 Fir St.. Hdn, s ag ac jg ic at := APARTMENTS FOR RENT "^' $265. MO. & UP 2 Bdrm. Fum. & Unf. NO PETS 564-3806 JUDY COURT, BEHIND SAFEWAY HENDERSON i. ag -ar ar Jig_ ^ag:^: 74 FORD W TON, Economical. 0 cyl., 3 sp Radio, heater. C-B Original owner. 565-6252 or 451'-4212. 2 BDRM APT. FOR RENT New carpet, freshly painted $300 mo. Ph 564^5654. Hdn. a i jgtamgMi atatxttato DESERT JMASONRY License No. 15534, Bonded. Quality Masoni>', residential and commercial Call.. Greg 293-3897 Gary 23-a203 CLAIROL CRAZY CURL. Steam curling wand $7 50 Lady Schick 'curls hairsetter, extra curlers $15. All excellent cond 293 3340. BC FOR SALE 3 panel Shoji Screen. Reasonable. 504-2896 Hdn AVAILABLE APRIL 1 Upgraded 3 bdrm 2 baih Chism Home. W-Auto sprinklers, j;araKedr. opeifer. fenced yard, dbl. garage, $450 mo .1st k last. 565^)747 Hdn FOR RENT 889 El Camino Way, Boulder City 4 bdrm 2 bath, carpet, drapes, garage.Children k Pets ok. $450 Lewis Homes. 736-6900 a IfAlTOfl Bob Ohen Realty & lusurancp Inc. Henltor-MLS 6 n ater St.. Hptidermn n MANAGEU ASST. MANAGERS PffT. MANAGERS Ready to make a change to a financially sUbIc organiza tion* GIFTS, a dlvUibn of MCA incorp. has im mediate career openings with excellent long term opportunitiet Applicants mutt have retail experience and be wfiling to relocate For more information call lor apply in person or send [letter of qualincationi or resume in confMence to SPINCEROim ANMiften UN^ NalAe^n, Mee4ew> NUH, 4300 Xtaerfiwi Uw, U* Vefsi, NM.MI07rMilirO4770. INFL.ATION FIGHTtR 3 Br. 2 Bath with parquet floor in kitchen, dining, large laundry room, extensive professional mirror work, sprinkler system, front andtrear. priced to sell fast at $43,000 and no qualifying Owner-Licensee INVESTORS WINDFALL 3 Br. 1 and \ baths with 1 car garage, upgraded carpet .ind drapes, sliding glass door to patio, new vanities in both baths. Butcher Block counter tops, good investment and good living Call for details BIGGER AND BETTER THAN NEW! This is a cutie Home is immdculate. 3 Br with fireplace, panelling and double insulation, extra thermal protection throughout Fenced Very Nice HIGHLY UPGRADED IN DESIRABLE NEIGHBORHOOD Price has been reduced Enlarged living room, 3 Br. Plus Den li 23 x 12 Familyruonl. plus lots of 6ther extras. Tastefully decorated and pride ofownei^ship 80' drive for RV 4c Boat. Exceptional Home MOVE UP IN STYLE Thinking of a COOL POOL for the Summer months ahead We have one with this 3 BK land W baths Pool is kidney shaped, has lots of co6l-decking maintenance free yard for the working people who like to come home on those hot summer nights and REL.^X Interior artistically de^ corated with wallpaper It mirrors, large walk in closets, upgraded carpet NOT AS EXPENSIVE AS YOU THINK! ONLY SMALL IN PRICE High on the Hill, 3 Br. l\ baths. House had balanced power, country style kitchen. Garage with garage door opejier. formal dining'room, 12 x 19 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 1\ bath with almo;!t 2000sq It. carpeting, drapes. 20 x 24 Family room, spacious in every form, furnishings available if wanted 2 Fireplaces in Living.-room 4c in Family room Raiige k Refyigeralor included Fenced yard with sprinkler system in front Very nice, comfortable and priced right FAMILY OPERATED BUSINESS in Faat Growing Hen derson Right downtown. Family operated, good.investment Small amount of cash sets you up in profitable going busine&s Will give details and full, information upon request. OVER 63 ACRES Beautiful View of Entire Valley. Priced to sell all or part R H 8 \FTER HOURS CXLL JEANNE A Ol^EN DE MARCO BROKER. PETER J OLSEN SALESM \N VIRGIL McKINNEV SALESMAN JANET SHAW. SALESMAN • LORIN WILUAMS. SALESMAN PAULINE "TINA" WILLIAMS, SALESMAN MICHAEL P BERGEMEVER salesmnn 564 2772" .565 9425* .566 9491* .95I8' 964^9163* 94^93, 9654N. 9 KMTotssaytTMiiwwBoiiauwuoTms; fl JEANNE \ OLSEN DKMXKCO. BROKER ^ ft g M K i i& mi ta ti s it g it a ww tt

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nwfion nonw rwwi, nvfMwnon, • • • vuuu .r^.r Pcig12 TuMdvy, Mofchl SAIL RIGHT PAST THE PUMPS WITH ONE OF THESE |: AMERICA'S # 1 SELLING IMPORT 1979 TOYOTA COROLLA LIFTBACK ni8 27 COMMERCIAL LEASE AIR CONDITIONED. 5 speed, am/fm for M moMtx, $73745 stereo, all standard features. 1979 TOYOTA ST CELICA COUPE f. and iMt MCurlly dpo*tl 1979 TOYOTA SR-5 SPORT PICKUP AM/FM stereo. 5 speed, radial tires, style steel wheels, AIR CONDITIONED, Step bumoer ^^^^j—^ USED CAR WARRANTY. *i 28: For 36 monlht. 1757.64. first artd iMt (ecurtty dpo*lt. TOYOTA... MORE FOR YOUR To some economy is a low price. For others it's operating efticiency. '. But with Ihe-new Celica ST Sport Coupe it's both. Great gas mileage and the lowest price tag of any Celica All in a sporty package that comes with standard features like a 2.2 liter SOHC engine, 5-speed overdrive transmission and much more. Come in today and see the 1979 ST Sport Coupe. Yoall be suf0rised at how-good economy can look. WE OFFER YOU GOOD GAS MILEAGE WITHOUT LOWERING YOUR STANDARD OF i|^ DRIVING! ^t^^ TERRIFIC TRUCK TRADES 77C0UMRXR-7 Loaded, has everythio(B. 1718-1 I MM $ 5199 75 VW RABBIT 4 speed, air 521-1 3199 77 FORD 6RAMAM • 1792-1 NMMM 3899 7 S mu cm^tk Oaytona taytona • 1612-2 WM SITM '2699 74 MUSTANG II 1160-1 mntum 2799 78 FIAT Xt9 Liktj ne* 1&64 2 WM2M '5799 78 CHRYS. CORDOBA Personal luxury. ^'SU 4899 77 CAPRICE CLASSIC Many options 1693-2. 71 CNCV ^ TON m^^m^^k. Ana ahcll. pr*lty. -j • l%ilQQ JBLBBLutMaiiita I Tr TT Tr y 77 FORD TRICK .-^-^ Truck, many, many SC^Ofl 73 JEEP WAQONEER .^ ^ ^ ^ Automatic, 6ir, power SvlflAffl steenng brakes '* V MMH 1757-1. Wat Mm JbWWW ^g" '2699 W"' 2799 I?,?!?'*'"' • $4599 Double, supef, kMded. S^OAA Custom Inlarkx. tilt, cruise. SfiOAA remaining fiKXory warranty ^§%^%|%| 76 CNEV H TON Kower sfoenng. air 1590-2. 77 TOYOTA '/i TOM With shell, 5 speed, air. 1 734-1 la07/t ^/V 5499 /Kg; 'OSo 9l 77 DOME Vll Triple Tfk 1370.1 Air, power stearin iS99 74^ IT power steering \ps aS49-i. striniir \ f W/(5H camper; super unit pertect lor OuliOflS r 2399 TRANSPORTATION SPECIALS $ 7i t6V6U tWBc"" Truck, custom paml. roll b&r^ custom wheels tires. ife72-1 WttUIM. 5399 m itibn I/, T6N' SM 5 speed, air. 1767-1. IViit$4M S 4799 77 EL CAMINO Tm, AM/FM Stereo, pow er wi ndows #11W>-1. tICHEVROin #1783-1 $ 399 73 6RAND PRIX #1737-1. Was $2799.... 1599 7' ~soi-D399 74 TORINO Elite. #1724-2. $ vm 74 PONTIAC Ventura. #1061-1.. s 2199 78AMC Gremlin. #954-1. 3 2199 Page 13 Ttwrsdov, Morch 22. 197 Mttt Joi Flasko.... Another Young BiMliler Gty Person llkiving Ahead Joi Flasko, a vWacious 17 year old Senor at Boulder City High School, recently learned that her essay on problems oF the handicapped had been chosen as top entry In the state of Nevada. She was notmed of her success in a letter from Nevada's Gov. Robert List, "I am please to inform you that you are the first place winner In Nevada in the 1979 Ability Counts Report Contest which is sponsored by the Gov. Committee on Employment of the Handicapped," the Gov. wrote. "Your excellent report shows that j ou have a keen awareness of the needs of the handicapped as well as some solutions to problems confh>nting this new minority," the letter continued. For her quality efforts. Joi received a $100 U.S. Savings Bond ... and an all expense paid trip for two to Washington DC, for five days. During her visit to the Nation's Capitol, she will attend the annual meeting of the President's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped. Her mother, Madge will accompany hei'on the trip. ^ "Surprised and pleased" are the words Joi ua^d to describe her feelings at the honor given ^er efforts. Visiting the capltol will be a "first" for the energetic student and she's thrilled at the prospect A member of the BABYSITTER NEEDED to come to my borne. 8 p.m. to 4 I m. Muit be over 20, and REFERENCES REQUIRED Call after 2 p.m. 564-3382. Hdn. OPENING for Cuitomers Service Clerk, Some experience needed. Light typing, company benefits Call 564-2581. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. BAKER WANTED Will train. Apply in person at Wincbells 155 Water St., Hdn. NO PHONE CALLS. FUUOHPART-TIME HOURS AVAILABLE 7-11 STORE 120 E. Lake Mead Drive. Hnt of trouMe up and 'ing to get it myself. I pulled a whole bookcase over on me and was taken to tl^^ hospital for a concussionnot to mention the wheelchair expense. 1 am no longer aftaid to ask for help, after facing the fact that I have to depend on others for help sometimes. Before leaving the library, I thought, "h's a 'good thing I'm not blind, beetuse there is absolutely no braille." If. during a day at school, I need to use the restroom it's just too bad.* The lightswjtch is too high, the doorway too narrow, I can't fit my chair into the stalls, and last but not least, after washing my hands and having water run down my arms, l-can't reach the towels. I'm lucky 1 don't have classes after lunch, because wc only have a 50 minute break, and there is no cafeteria. Even with transportation, I would surely be late. If I had to. 1 could resort to a-Vick lunch. To close my day, 1 am going to a basketball game. The steps te the gym really give me a bad time. The crowd is terrible Where will I park? During the game, people are walking in front of me arid bumping into me. I can't see anyway, so 1 think I'll just leave. I'm really worn, out by the time I get home, l>ut it is late and I sleep good. That is what I imagine a "handicapped school day" would be like here at B.C.H.S.. where a -ramp really would t>e a step ahead. FOR RENT • Dbl. wide, mobile home, 24 X 64. 3 bdrm,, 2 bath, family rm.. wet bar, dishwasher, etc. Call Mrs. Taylor 293-1430, Gingerwood Park. B,C. 1978 • 650 Yamaha XS 4400 mi, $1500, Call 564-5098. Hdn YARD SALE 72 Mallor>. Hdn, Sat. & Sun. Mar. 31. April 1. ByBIANCASt.JOHN INEXPENSIVE WINES The trick for moat wine fanciers is getting the very best wines at the lowest prices. Here are some great wines for a variety of purposes and foods, all under $5 a bottle: In the red wine category Inglenook Petite Sirah is a really go6d buy at $3.75, an excellent red table wine to serve with a lamb or beef dish. For a steak supper. Simi Pinto Noir 1974 is the ideal complement, a classy wine with a down-to-earth )rice tag. about $4.50. talian Swiss Colony Cabernet Sauvignon is a really great buy in a red Ubie wine at about S2.00 an4^ you can't beat the price of this wine producer's Zinfandel, about $1.50. both are very enjoyable winea. Another excellent red wine which is al^oan excellent buy is Almaden Monterey Ruby Cabernet, a hearty red that s good with any hearty meat dish; it costs $3,00, Sebastian! Zinfandel 1976 is another i[ood $3 00 wine, and tobert Mondavi Camay at $4.25 is an elegant wine at a surprisingly low price Among the best of the good buys in white table winea is Gallo Sauvignon Blanc at $2.19 a bottle, Sebastian! Chardonnay which just barely qualifiea for the inexpensive wine price at exactly $5.00 a bottle, is a great dry white wine which makes an excellent choice for simple aeafood and fowl meals with light sauces and seasonings. Another good dry white is Loa Hermanos Chardonnay at $a.25 per bottk. Sweater w|Me wines at good prices include Paul Maaaon Chenin Blanc at $3.60 a bottle and Almaden Gewuritraminer for $4.00. A good whiu uUa wine to go with light meat in cream sauces is the incredibly inexpensive Italian Swiss Colony Chenin Blanc at less than $2.00. SouysttieVA.. |OM€IIBy Cassan/Browa 010 YOU imOW EllCeliable family man wants Steady part time work. Ver>' productive diversified background Can work 4 days per wk. Call S64-i343S anytime FOR RENT 2 bdrm $275 mo plus $100 deposit '564-5753 Hdn 1959 PORSCHE 35.A with super 90engine, original interior and exterior, in beauti(\ir cond $9000, Call 293-9184 B C. FOR SALE Church top 1932 Phiico Radio. Works very good. Ph 56*2787 6A Money St.. Hdn, FOR SALE Sears .Mark 200 DfTice addinif machine Call 564 2558 Hdn BABYSITTER needed for oc casional weekends Vicinity Tungsten St. Hdn, Call after 6 p m 564-5233 < o< • <^ ^> > For your, repainting ort paper hanging needs call MURRAY ^ MAINTENANCE } Custom and courteous service guaranteed. Call Joe at 293 1662 or Tom 293 1799 ; LOST DOG 'Irish setter collie Brown, red k large Please call 565-8095 Lost in vicinity of Horizon & Greenway Area. LOST Sat yincinity of Water and Basic Rd. Irish Setter puppy. 4 mos. old. answers to "Murphy". Reward Of fered. Wearing flea collar k chain link collar. Reddish brown. 73fr490e or 564-3044 LARGE CUSTOM HOME. H Acre 5 bdrm,. 2^ ba(h, sunken living room, family rm, w fireplace, intercom., 2500 sq ft sprinklers, Appriased $75,000. Ph 565^7964 Hdn. 18 CU FT WHITE FROSTFREE RE FRIGERATOR FREEZER. $185.00, Ph 564 5233. Hdn FOR SALE headers, for 1908 to 1973 truck, big block Chevy gaskets, and collec tors included. $70.293-5444, B.C. W,\NTED TO BUY old comics. 293 5476. B C 1973 FORD \ TON PICK UP Camper Special 460engine, blue k white Custom wheels. Very clean, $3900 firm 293-1567 901 S. Boulder Hwy .Sp 33 Hend.,Nev, a/ter.5. FOR SALE Air Conditioner 32,000 BTU Window Unit. Good condition. 293-4669, after 4 p m. B,C FOR SALE Wrought iron dinette set Extra sturdy. 0 cteairs : $125 -74 Ford LTD. excel condition, $2300. Call 565^8654 after 3 p m or see at 123 Fir St.. Hdn, s ag ac jg ic at := APARTMENTS FOR RENT "^' $265. MO. & UP 2 Bdrm. Fum. & Unf. NO PETS 564-3806 JUDY COURT, BEHIND SAFEWAY HENDERSON i. ag -ar ar Jig_ ^ag:^: 74 FORD W TON, Economical. 0 cyl., 3 sp Radio, heater. C-B Original owner. 565-6252 or 451'-4212. 2 BDRM APT. FOR RENT New carpet, freshly painted $300 mo. Ph 564^5654. Hdn. a i jgtamgMi atatxttato DESERT JMASONRY License No. 15534, Bonded. Quality Masoni>', residential and commercial Call.. Greg 293-3897 Gary 23-a203 CLAIROL CRAZY CURL. Steam curling wand $7 50 Lady Schick 'curls hairsetter, extra curlers $15. All excellent cond 293 3340. BC FOR SALE 3 panel Shoji Screen. Reasonable. 504-2896 Hdn AVAILABLE APRIL 1 Upgraded 3 bdrm 2 baih Chism Home. W-Auto sprinklers, j;araKedr. opeifer. fenced yard, dbl. garage, $450 mo .1st k last. 565^)747 Hdn FOR RENT 889 El Camino Way, Boulder City 4 bdrm 2 bath, carpet, drapes, garage.Children k Pets ok. $450 Lewis Homes. 736-6900 a IfAlTOfl Bob Ohen Realty & lusurancp Inc. Henltor-MLS 6 n ater St.. Hptidermn n MANAGEU ASST. MANAGERS PffT. MANAGERS Ready to make a change to a financially sUbIc organiza tion* GIFTS, a dlvUibn of MCA incorp. has im mediate career openings with excellent long term opportunitiet Applicants mutt have retail experience and be wfiling to relocate For more information call lor apply in person or send [letter of qualincationi or resume in confMence to SPINCEROim ANMiften UN^ NalAe^n, Mee4ew> NUH, 4300 Xtaerfiwi Uw, U* Vefsi, NM.MI07rMilirO4770. INFL.ATION FIGHTtR 3 Br. 2 Bath with parquet floor in kitchen, dining, large laundry room, extensive professional mirror work, sprinkler system, front andtrear. priced to sell fast at $43,000 and no qualifying Owner-Licensee INVESTORS WINDFALL 3 Br. 1 and \ baths with 1 car garage, upgraded carpet .ind drapes, sliding glass door to patio, new vanities in both baths. Butcher Block counter tops, good investment and good living Call for details BIGGER AND BETTER THAN NEW! This is a cutie Home is immdculate. 3 Br with fireplace, panelling and double insulation, extra thermal protection throughout Fenced Very Nice HIGHLY UPGRADED IN DESIRABLE NEIGHBORHOOD Price has been reduced Enlarged living room, 3 Br. Plus Den li 23 x 12 Familyruonl. plus lots of 6ther extras. Tastefully decorated and pride ofownei^ship 80' drive for RV 4c Boat. Exceptional Home MOVE UP IN STYLE Thinking of a COOL POOL for the Summer months ahead We have one with this 3 BK land W baths Pool is kidney shaped, has lots of co6l-decking maintenance free yard for the working people who like to come home on those hot summer nights and REL.^X Interior artistically de^ corated with wallpaper It mirrors, large walk in closets, upgraded carpet NOT AS EXPENSIVE AS YOU THINK! ONLY SMALL IN PRICE High on the Hill, 3 Br. l\ baths. House had balanced power, country style kitchen. Garage with garage door opejier. formal dining'room, 12 x 19 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 1\ bath with almo;!t 2000sq It. carpeting, drapes. 20 x 24 Family room, spacious in every form, furnishings available if wanted 2 Fireplaces in Living.-room 4c in Family room Raiige k Refyigeralor included Fenced yard with sprinkler system in front Very nice, comfortable and priced right FAMILY OPERATED BUSINESS in Faat Growing Hen derson Right downtown. Family operated, good.investment Small amount of cash sets you up in profitable going busine&s Will give details and full, information upon request. OVER 63 ACRES Beautiful View of Entire Valley. Priced to sell all or part R H 8 \FTER HOURS CXLL JEANNE A Ol^EN DE MARCO BROKER. PETER J OLSEN SALESM \N VIRGIL McKINNEV SALESMAN JANET SHAW. SALESMAN • LORIN WILUAMS. SALESMAN PAULINE "TINA" WILLIAMS, SALESMAN MICHAEL P BERGEMEVER salesmnn 564 2772" .565 9425* .566 9491* .95I8' 964^9163* 94^93, 9654N. 9 KMTotssaytTMiiwwBoiiauwuoTms; fl JEANNE \ OLSEN DKMXKCO. BROKER ^ ft g M K i i& mi ta ti s it g it a ww tt

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• ^ • ^•F-ry^ ^.• • • ,-:w.. MURRAY BUILOfRS Bonded Lie No. ISOM kPatio covers, Room Additions, Remodel, New Construction. Mf In a Hurry, Call MUR. RAY 293-3100 WASH CAR TRUCK MMMMMMMM WANTED Running vehicle. '. Title, age, body condition • unimportant. Minor repairs OK. Reasonable cost. For info. Call 341-5137 morn-. ins. STORAGE ALL TYPES NEED A GOOD WATCHDOG? Have female pit bull, male Airedale. Both will guard against people k other dogs. Ph. 361-5137. l)8 • 22 ft Horiion Day ^Cruiser, 40 Ford Burkley '•jet with place dispenser, -must see to appreciate. SBSOO. 293-4017 B.C Free Glass, rtiirrOr. 4 lumber cutoffs Kelly s Glass. • • 515153. JFOR RENT 3 bdr! 2 bath, ; house, carport, large fenced • ; yard, no peU, 293-1423 EC. 1974 CB 125 Honda, Mint cond.. Adult ridden, very low mileage $400.293-544.BC. nM.com otoMt Para psychologist Now residing in Las VegasFrom California $uKe 219 •Spring VacuunfCleaner special Tune up $450. SORENSEN S 509 Ave C. 293-3770. B.C. J BOAT BARN 565-6066 Wanted: Used portable Cassette &GUITAR. Ph. 564-3337 before noon. Forsalein ADULT PARK 12 x 60 Mobile Home. AC. 3 bdrm., m bath. 565-9172 after 3. FOR SALE New kitchen stove w double oven. Frig, freeier, washer-dryer 564-1685. Hdn. CAMPER FOR SALE refrig, range, air conditioned. Entirely self contained, sleeps 8,price$l,000 Call 293 1150 or 293-2791 BC FOR SALE -1974 T 500 Suiuki Motorcycle Excel cond $600 643CalifBC 293 2821 CUSTOM 4 BDRM.2 BATH ACROSS FROM GOLF COURSE Dining rm large master bedroom, fireplace, block wall, corner lot Many extras Priced for quick sale $84,900. 293-4630. EC.. AARON FENCING FrM Estimates Chain Link ft Wood Fencing 20 Years Exp. Ph. 451-8190 NEW CONDO IN BOULDER CITY. 2 bdrm:, take over buyer's contract $3,000 below current price. Call 451-8349. 2 BDRM HOME FOR RENT by April 1 1st, last & $100 cleaning & damage deposit. Ph. 565-0405. Hdn. FOR SALE • $350. Of 1970 MAVERICK best offer Ph '564-3178 Hdn GUIUl CONTUCTOR yualily Work Remooel — Customs. — Framinc —Concrete Patios. Etc Licensed & Bonded 564-5M3 STARS OF TOMORROW AM WHO lORN TODAY AT DANCE THEATRE WEST LADIES! • Avoid joining expensive spas. Our slimnastics class is available on a week to week basis. Come in and lose those unwanted inches. Jaix-Tap-Gymnastics and Bollet Starting age 2 tup 293-3677 IS • xc arc zxl Your home is your castle Try the HENDERSON PIAZA APTS. 2 Bsdroom Fum.8Unfuni Pod 730 Center St Hda ^ Hrepbces Pli 96S-762B| BlodW* MOSSEfTS MASONRY DeenMossef Meson Contrador lie Na 14768 FOR RENT • KllcbenettM. £ wk. UllUllcs pid. Shady Rwl Motel. SS-7M. 565-7512^ / r ADVERTISERS PLEASE PROOF 'FOR SALE 1971 Chevrolet Impala Air, radio, Jater, .• good tranSportition. $900. Ph 584^5853 Hdn. PART TIME OR FULLTIME WORK Be your own boss Work your own hours Have your own Fuller brush route $6 to $8 per hour starting 878-0254. HELP WANTED • Station at tendant Experienced Apply at Zike's Hdn Tex aco. Water & Lake "" Hdn KEUY'S GUSSftMIRROlCO.* Complete Glass Services 5700 Boulder Highway 24 .Hr Sen ice 4515153 TAX FPAIUTK)N -KIBBICMead INSIDE DOORS Screen door w hdw Your choice. $5 .each 564 1848 Hdn By appointment HUBERT MORRIS 565-7071 GARCIX CONiCHETE CONTRACTOR License 15333 Bonded S6^9928 FOR S\I,E BY OWNER sub division 11. lot No 89. $22 son terms Call area 'code .714 728 8995 • 'KiilM>rook.C.il. collect NEW Custom Hottie for sale by owner. 3 bdrm 2 bath, 2 car garage, fireplace, wal'k in pantrv-A large storage area On 4 acre lot Ph 585-0149. Hdn RAILROAD TIES FOR SALE $100 ft 293-4860. BC FOR RENT Modern 3 bdrm home, 2 bath Large fenced backyard Near schools On quiet cul-de-sac $425 mo Call Dan 293-2010 or 293-8532 EC NEEDED someone with experience in authentic Maori motiffs and designs Must be able to incorporate above into residential and commercial interior decorating Must have references For personal interview please phone 293 1799 BC MOBILE HOME Adults only. Gingerwood Park 24 x 44 2 bdrm.,2 bath, Ref air. Very nice only $28,500. 1727 Teakwood,'after 5 p.m. or weekends B.C. REDUCED $999 Must sell 12x60 Mob.ile Home in Render son. Extra large corner lot Partly furnished dr unfurnished New skirts, carpets, drapes.. p^tio. washer dryer Owner will Hnance. 871-1724 FOR SALE IN B C 1974,1? x 80 Mobile Home, in Adult park, walking distance to town Central Air, Mylar covered windows, full awnings. 2 bdrm s in excellent cond $17,500 Call 293-3519 after 4 pm. FOR SALE Apollo. Motorhome. 1971 58.000 miles Extras 293 3671. B C FOR SALE ENGLISH SPRINGER SPANIEL PUPS • Champ ioiishipStock 293 5217 BC INCOME TAX SERVICE 6 yrs IRS experience and 10 .vrs. selfemployed tax service Get all the deductions legally allowed Call Carole DePue for appL 565-7468 MOBILE HOME FOR SALE 3 bdrm 2 bath, by owner Family park, below ap praisal 293-3700 B C ALL READY TO MOVE IN 1973 Westchester Mobile Home for sale 12 x 60. completely furn Drapes, fenced & shed Asking $8500 Ph 565 8806 Hdn y-FOR SALE BY OWNER 3 bdrm 2 full baths, large fenced lot, desert landscaping, carpet, drapes See to appreciate Principals only Price $41,900 Ph 565-8415 No need to worry call Murray. MURRAY MAINTENANCE SERVICE Handymen, carpentry, painting, paper hanging, glass, mirrors, general repairs. 293-5110 or 293-1799 B.C. We repair Appliances, lawn mower Home Repairs Cooler Repairs Located in Jack's Rental Center L 440 Water St. 565J>102 I FOR SALE Clessicigea Fbrd Felcon $400CAU. 565-7164 After 5. UNFURNISHED HOUSE FOR RENT .Adultsonly No pets. 23 W Basic Rd Hdn HELP WANTED for seasonal work, mature over 21. Knowledge of store snack bar^ Hepful. but not necessary. Interested call 293 1891 B.C. FOR RENT 2 bdrm apt 168 Judy Lane. $265 per mo Includes drapes, carpets, oven, refrig.. garbage disposal & storage rm. Coin opr washer-dryer 451-7742 or 456-0620. FOR SALE • coxy 1 bdrm condo, in Boulder Square, desert view, appliances, pool, laundry facil, near tennis courts. 293-5143 after 5 p.m. B.C. CLEAN OREEN LAWN SERVICE Licensed, dependable lawn care. Free estimates: reasonable monthly rates 293 3619 B C. FOR SALE 1978Camaro, auto, pwr. steering 4 brakes, 17.500 miles, asking $5500. 56^9295 Hdn J_ FOR RENT 3 bdrm house. 1 bath, fenced yard, kids ok, pets ok, $450 a month, 293 2295 BC Your ad the first day I in case an error ocI curs. The Henderson | i Home News will asI sume no responsibil{ I ityaHer the first day of I publication. Error | I claims mu.st be made I immediately. •' FOR SALE immediate occupancy, dbl wide mobile home, large yard, green grass, fruit trees, iprinkl'er system, 2 utility sheds, T.LC, 3 bdrm. 2 bath. Adult park By appt. 293 3638 or 293 4629 BC .Single, 1 bdrm. furn apt. One block from Water St. Call after 5 p m S65-9643. 1 HOUSEKEEPING AND LAUNDRY Help wanted lExper. helpful, excell. fringe benefits Apply in person between 9 am and 3 |pm BC Care Center. 601 I Adams Blvd BC VIEW PROPERTY 1 acre • $400 down $145. per mo, ta Located near Gibson & Hdn, cutoff Power 1300 ft away $10,500 Ph 735 7006. WANTED TO BUY by private party, 2 or 3 bdrm house with dbl garage in Boulder City, large yard preferable 293 5242 B C. CUSTOM DRAPERY. Antique white. Semi Sheer. 96 w x 84 1. $2500 293 3340 BC • ...umi^.i.mmmtmLimULiiLgna f f "There is no subttitute for Expf rienr" DICK BlAiR REALTYREALTORS ^GATMfSM J^icensed Real Estate Broker, L 1 HOMIS CORNER LOT" w* 4 bedrooms, 2 bath, garage converted, fenced, excellent location $71,900. FAMILY ROOM WITH FIREPLACE'! 3 bedroom. 2 bath, new. Near the golf course $73,500 00 ONLY $69,500" 3 bedroom, 2 bath, double garage Family room. MINI CARE LANDSCAPING'! a bedroom. 2 bath, Excellent location, pool $82,000 00 NEW BEAUTIFUL!! 3 bedroom. 2 bath, double garage $74,500 OO BEAUTIFUL HOME NEAR THE GOLF COURSE" 3 bedroom: 2 bath, family room, fireplace, double garage $74.000 00 NEW DEVELOPMENT!! 4 bedrooms. 2 baths, double garage $74,500 00. — MOIIU HOMES — THE ULTIMATE IN MOBILE HOME LIVING" 2 bedroom, 2 bath Parking space for R V $58,500 00 CLTON n.CARRCTT RCaLTV PHONE 293-3333 Vivian Richards Bart Hyde Carol Kozich Elton M Garretl 293 1757 2932144 29t4flftn 293^839 833 NEVADA HWY.. B.C. 293-2171 or AFTER HOURS CALL: Bob Blair Carl Cowan Anfjrea Anderson • Katie Cartlidge MicheleHess : Tom Brvan ....: Cl.nude Smith •.• • m REALTOR 1 293-3402 .293 2049 .293 1499 .2932158 .293-2254 2931277 .293 3475 293 4020 MLS LOVELY 3 BDRM 2 yard Drapes, dishw '^IC^Sltti.' ,late condition Fenced 00 054 Nevada Hwy,, Boulder City, Ntv. 2 bath, in Gingerwood COMFORT ^BLE HOME" 1968 Broadmore, 2 bedroom, $13.900 00. BEAUTIFUL SPLIT LEVEL'! ADULTS ONLY" 1508 square feet. Includes Mountain Vista lot $59,600 00 ITS NEW" Adults only 3 bedrooms. 2 baths. $22,900 NEAR SHOPPING!' $33.9QP buys this near new mobile home in M4M Park IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY!' 2 bedroom, I bath $15,400. Ideal for a retired couple 1977 AIRSTREAM 25' $11,950 Many extras like new Only THE DOME MLS a3-i6i] M3-927 Ciwf UI0Nt y doH<9t>woy,'The0om>^ Byron Graham 3*3-1447' Tom friary 283-lISO Mel Duniway 2*3^2438 Shirley Phillip* 293^2006 "Curly" Smith Sue Broadbeni Lillian Collins Nancy Murphy Ed Harvey •rcoll... 293-12.38 .565-7951 283 3282 289 1037 293 1588 HIGH ON THE MOUNTAIN Below appraisai Master bedroom suite has Jacuiti and fireplace. Must sec to appreciate this luxury home $115,000 NEW LEWIS HOME 4 bedroom. 2 bath, family room Priced right at $76,900 RARE FIND 3 bedrooms, 2 bath home with 16 x 30pool, plus spa Good terms. Only $76,900 HIGHWAY FRONTAGE See us for details on property MOTEL FOR SALE Details to qualtfted parties BUILDING LOTS AVAIU^BIE VIEW OF CITY Overlook Boulder City and Eldorado Valley Over St acre each Prices begin at $21,900 SUBDIVISION 11 One half acre high on the hill. $28,000, including assessments. GOLF COURSE Larfc corner lot, $32,000 VIEW OF LAKE Desireable level lot, $39.00 MOUNTAIN TOP Lovely lake views fh>m the beifhU. $36.9000 each RENTALS We hive several executive homes available, including new mobile home $900 $779 price range WE HAVE BliYEIS — WE NEED USTINOS 31 YEAIS PIONEERING REAL ESTATE IN BOULDER CITY FINE LOCATION 3 B(fHyi\abt(l\lock construction, car port. Bit in range, Wa|j/i**H)rapes Only $53,000 EXCELLENTBUY. 1840sq ft.,4bdrm,2bath,pool,jacuMi.2 cargar, block wall. Auto sprinklers $90,000 GOOD LAKE VIEW, custom 3 bdrm 1*4 bath, formal dining room, large gar, sun deck. 2 patios Only $85,000 BEAUTIFUL 4 bdrm W bath, custom decorating, spnnk lers, washer & dryer, block wall fencing, fine view, 2 car. garage, fireplace $86,000 NEAR LAKE MEAD New custom 4 bdrm 2 bath 2 car gar age 1806 sq ft living space Fireplace, patio All electric Auto sprinklers. §ee us for 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 bedUtiful view LOVELY TWO STORY, 4 bdrm 2H baths, 16x38 heated pool k spa, fireplace, autb sprinklers, 2 car garagek8x20 Greenhouse, EXCELLENT BUY -ONLY $85,000 00. TERRIFIC VIEW, 4 bdrm., 2W baths, on .68 acres, fam rm rireplace,over2.900sq ft ,2cargarage,FINECUST0MBUY BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM, 3 bdrm 4 den 2 ftill baths; shake roof, rer rm 24x24, fireplace, spectacular view, on ap'prox. 4 acre lot. $128J)00 00. NEAR GOLF COURSE. CUSTOM 4 bdrm 2 full It 2 W baths, large patio, fam rm. fireplace, approx 3,400 sq ft brick home with excellent view, REAL EXECUTIVE HOME> LOTS OF TREES, In fine area, brick 3 bdrm fireplace, has basement, wood fioors, carport, this home has many xtra features. ONLY $88,900 00. WE HAVE CUSTOM HOMES UNDER CONSTRUCTION, all in fine areas, see us for info and prices. NEW AREA, 3 bdrm 2 bath, dining rm 2 car garage, has 16x32 ft pool with Jacuzzi (heated), block wall SEE THIS $83.90000. SPECTACULAR CUSTOM, 4*drm., 2-% baths, approx. 3,400 sq ft, fine landscaping, fenced, auto sprinklers, large finished garage, fireplace, fam. rm, 2-large patios, SEE US FOR INFO. EXCELLENT HOME, 3 bdrm 2 bath, new carpet k drapes, covered patio, SEE THIS FINE BUY AT $88,900 OO 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 patio, Ure carport for boat, etc SEE THIS $45,90000 IMMACULATE, 4 bdrm., 2Vi *ath, lovely landscaping formal dining rm, fenced, 2 car tarase, auto sprinklers, GREAT BUY AT$2.0P000 APPROX 1,850 SQ FT in this fine 4 bdrm, 2 bath, covered patio, new carpet, block wall, desert landscaped, 2 car garage. EXCELLENT BUY $78,00000 CALL TODAY FOR BUILDING LOT INFO, many with views of Lake and Overlooking the Town of Boulder City. New 2 bdrm. home in fast growing area Great star ter house Upgraded carpeting tbrouehoul Solid birch cabinets This is a real buy at $.33,000 (UT Call Randy 564-}5>5 2 bath. 2 f^ar gar^e Large fam itd^.*(rfinkle GREAT LOCATION. 3 bdrm, ily room Ceramic tile entryway. Autd^it(fmklers. fenced Parking for RV and boat Lots of storage Assume good loan Only $65,000 SEE US FOR COMMERCIAL k INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY SinMffty a'.td Intafrity •• wr lyedolty. SEARCHLIGHT property available Commercial atwl residential lots. Call Al ,.. 56393 CLEAN, SHARP HOME in Hillcrest area 3 bdro) A^ r>ath with unobstructed view overlooking valley. Catpet, drapes, lawn (front and sides) Price right., Call 94'3S33 OWNER BOUGHT AND IS ANXIOUS TO SELV4 bdrm., l\ bath home in desireable area. Carp^ k drapes throughout. Mirrored walls, 2 car garage, covered patio. Shows well. Call Sue 564-,3333 POPULAR HIGHLAND HILLS MODEL 3 bdrm l\ bath Nice family home. Large yard with fence rear and sides. Big country kitchen, fireplace, carpets, drapes, and much more. Call Al 564 3333 ONLY $49,500 I 3 Bdrm home with large country kitchen v^ilh plenty I of dining area plus a formal dining room with chandelier. Plenty of room to grow. t Call Alice 564-3333 MISSION HILLS lot with beautiful view overlooking La's Vegas Valley. $17,000 Call Sue 564-33.33! BEAUTIFUL 4 bdrm. 2 bath home in Section 27 Spacious custom built home with many extras. Carpets, drapes throughout Fenced yard, fireplace Adjoining Vi acre maybe purchased to make this a 1 acre { ranch. Call : 564-3333 STAilTING AT$<.000flO We have 1 and 2Vk acre loU available now with terms l^ated in Green Valley, these lots will not lastkt this price Call Alice ,; 964-3$33 I PICK YOUR LOT-WehaveHandl acre lots with your choice of custom homes built to your satisfaction. Come in and talk to us or Call... 564 3333 OPEN MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 9:00 A.M. TO 6:00 P.M. AFTER HOURS CAU JIM JENSEN SUE BLAIR ALICE FIFE ^...„:.:.: RANDY WOOTTON JACK SEIDEMAN Al l>Francois I 565 9677 • ^694408 965 QIB 87871M £L t i^EC Flu I* M.. 5^Htndtfon HMIW Nfwt ond Bowldw City Ntwt 'Thun(iay,Merch22, 1979 *'aw IS XNH ^i ftr-im. imiTWBf. BUILDING, fUmodelinc, etc? • Animal Adoption will pick up usable left overs. Donations tax deductible. Call 381-9137. WAIIINGTC READY FOR A FAMILY across from golf courie. 4 bdrm., 2 bath, Ige L-R, F-R comb., newly carpeted, painted Inside & out, mirrored wardrobe doors, brick fi-ont, lawn sprinklers in front, parking for boat, RV. $82,900. Principals only! Seller related to liceiiiee. 283-2920. B C. Mimai.i^ :.\-" lt(' re toouBniwmjkM P5r;Ktf?i INDIVIDUAL k CONTRACTOR CONSULTANTS. Bob O'Dell, 2130 Boulder Hwy. •965-0417 565^)914 Hdn. Singer Authorized Dealer SORENSEN'S SEWING CENTER. 908 Ave C. BC 283-3770. LOCAL AMWAY DISTRIBUTOR Helping many persons working 2 to 4 hrs. per day We can help you. BONNIE TRIlf ASE 2930471 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. FOR SALE-MOBILE HOME IN GINGERWOOD LUXURIOUS ADULT PARK. 3 bdrm., 2 bath, 24x60, excell. view., 12x41 carport, 8x20 porch. Maint^nance free yard,, patio, beautifully landscaped, near rec. hall. 1306 Hazelwobd, BC 293-4320 or 283-1622 WANTED: Ferret. Must be reasonable. Loving home -available. Leave message. 361-9137. EXPERIENCED Delivery help wanted. Permanent, good pay 565-8048. Learn to drie with Las Vegas School of Driving Speciallting in nervous k handicapped persons. All ages. Day & evening instruc tion. Free home'pickup. 7327664 SHAKIEE NODUaS Rhoda D. Hagadone Authorized Distributor 2934350 B.C. We'U Call On You" BBBSB BX^^D ONE DAY "drop oft" laundry service. WASH, DRY k FOLD, 90 per lb LAUNDERLAND k Water St. Hen ders on Mi.i.i.msssniii..^.py^ Uke Mead YOU'U LOVE THIS HOME Ideal for the family. Lo cated in Henderson, minutes tnm Lake Mead Pool and lovtly patio. Ijirfc living room w-fircplace, 4 bditn., {^Mly room A 2 car j ••ragt. /a\ on Urge lot { zoned (to-horses. FHA ap• praisat^tM,000. Shown by { app'L WI164. I SPRINq CLEANING your boi, farage, yard? Don t throv^ay usable items. Donawv Animal Adoption k bets bomelesi peu. Men k trMk will pick up by appt ||iil Ml 2484. POR SAL^-18^ Ford Pickup 1500. Call fl5-8a83. EXPERIENCED FOOD WAITRESS WANTED Tray service exp For swing shift at Nick's Supper Club Apply in person from 2 5. No phone calls Hdn FEEDING PURINA DOG CHOW, Puppy Chow or Chuck Wagori' Save the weight circles.at top of bag k send to Animal Adoption. Also send saving coupons. Helpthe homeless pets P 0 Box C, Hdn 1968 FORD FAIRLANE 500 60,000 miles 293 2119 B.C. ASSISTANT COOK k LAUNDRESS Institutional cooking 2 days a week; Laundry, 3 days a week Start $3 00 hr., St Jude's Ranch, 293-3131 EC. — -.. TWO NEW BOULDER CITY CONDOS, in L^ Dolce Vita. Luxury 2 bdrm. condos for sale by owner. I due for completion 1st of March. 2nd is occupied by owner. 283-4171. BC. PRIVATE PIANO LESSONS. Ph 569^6283. Hdn. NEW TOWNHOUSE for Rent, 2 bdrm., IH bath. Fireplace, util. room, appl., storage, balcony. Private yard. Covered parking 481-0379. BC. FOR SALE 12 X 60, Mobile. Home, with 10x30 add on, in adult park, reduced for sale. Call 293-3637. B.C. FOR RENT • 400s.f. OfHce, 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, Snackit hot lunch. Infantsooowooyoi Rosecrest Cabinets, Inc. HENDERSOJ^, NEVADA CustoM Kitchens 565-7472 I MOBIII HOM.S ll RFNT • I. I A 3 bdrm fur* or unfurn Hra4 Trir. Havrn S4S6N0 GLAZIER NEEDED Call Kelly Glass Co. 491-5153 r^iofiittaTr*! I Specialty clothing .store in cxcaJlent location. 1 Owner retiring. Sales : 1 price or|a0,MO includes | I inventory. a I flOnillS KMTOR I I 315-1033 • 2t3-1471 I FOR SALE Fiberglass Dune Buggie, 10 ft. Cabover Camper, '65 Mustang & '68 Cougar 564^1685 Hdn CLOSING OUT ALL EASTER CARDS iiPRICE NEVADA JEWELERS B C FOUR PLE.V New, 3200 tq fX. sprinklers, block wall $108,500. So hurry' Owner licensee 453-2224. FOR SALE BY OWNER: 3 bdr, 2 full baths, large fenced lot, desert landscaping, carpet, drapes. See to appreciate Principals only Price $41,900. Ph 566-8415. ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS, complete Kelvinator line. 6,000 BTU to 25,000 BTU. See them at Ed Harwood's CAP Co. 118 E Lake Mead Dr., Next to 7-11 Store. 564-2210. MOTEL ROOMS k KITCHENETTES Color TVs, Utilities and Linens. WEEKLY Ph. Harry, 491 2448 ^ACUPUNCTURE Arthritis, buniili, migraine, ailkma, alUrgy, ttrke. tclilica, slnui, gHi, prailale. 735-7142. tt-fftr-roj-a tan v tst Television and Antenna Specioltiet of Boultjtf City Custom \ntennas lor the most inviewinsand lulen I nt; pleasure PH 293 4976 KMMMMKMMNKI SKYUNE BUILDING CO. 293-5114 Lie 15487 Custom Homes. Additions and Kemodeljng. BC. STt'D SHETLAND PONY Now broken for kids. 361-5B7. GARAGE SALE Wed thru Sun' Three family. Furniture & misc, items, 414 Zirconium Hdn 565-0199 LOOKING FOR WORK ?? HENDERSON J0( SdtVKI 119 WATER ST. Offers NOfEf^cements In a Variety of Jobs PROFESSIONAL • TECHNICAL A ^CLERICAL SERVICE *l^\il.c. OF YOUR ^ *T^^S >~ ^ FULL& \ PART TIME STATE OF NEVADA EMPLOYMENT SECURITY DEPARTMENT (ESD) •OTHER ESD OFFICES AT: 135S.8th.L.V. 2071 L.V, Blvd. No.. N.L.V. WANTED : live in pet and property sitter when^ we're away. Lovely pool home $5 00 per day 293-1107, BC, TippettsConstruction FKKK t.STlMATKS KEMOUELINc; PATIO COVERS ADOITIO.NS l>('\ jn Tippells owncn Ln \(, 13904 PH 565 0956 SAVD, GRAVEL. TOP .SOIL k LANDSCAPE ROCK, Call 23 2US_B C _^ LICENSED CHILD CARE m my home 565-7412 Hdn MUST SELL '69 Rambler Rogue. 390, power steering, power disc, brakes, shift command transmsn .Shift kit and air shocks. Has newly rebuilt carb new batt, brakes, starter, and radiator hose, runs good, and IS clean in and out $550 FIRM, 293 3269 B C, Y.ARD SALE Fri, & Sat., March 30, 31 9 am, French Provincial couch, electric typewriter, movie camera k screen, pictures, lamps, glasswrare, many hou.sehold items and clothes 147 Westminister Way, off Major* Ave, 565-8883 BIG JOHN • BLETSCH IS BACK at his \uio Wreckini; Garaee & Tow Service 16:n Foothill, BC 29.14661 NOW RENTING t STORAGE ^ ANHUL ADOPTION, Ud will kaMl away usable scrap lomber, pipes, fencing k bldg. materials, etc. For lalb. Call 361-24M. HANDYMAN Ben DePue will nxit, re doit, add It on, lay it down. You name it. I do it Stt-7468. TV Service DANNEBER6ER PLUMBING ft HEATING KONTRACTING tNEW CONSTRUCTION •RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL REMODELING 24 HOUR SERVICE CALLS • 7 DAYS A WEEK 565-8035 • 315 WATER ST., HON I ADVERTISERS j •PLEASE PROOF! I Your ad the first day j • f in case an error ocI CUTS. The Boulder City | ^ News will assume no I responsibijity after | I the first day of publiI .' • cation. Error claims j I must be madp imI mediately. | KELVINATOR REFRIGERATORS, washers, .dryers, ranges, freeiers. Room air cond disposals. Ed Harwoods C A P Co 564-2210, M t txtxt tttunittta. rot IINT-NiW HOMIS 344 bdrm,. 2 bih. Models avail Most have Tireplace, sprinklers, family rm, and view $450 per mo and up: GIE'AT NCVADA MOIIIS CO. 564-1171 RiAtrOI 3IS)0)3 THEFT To the party who took a white jacket out of my blue car Please return.REWARD 293-2286 B C. 1972 .MERCURY .MONTEGO MX Brougham, new tires and upholstery, excell. cond $1500, 293 4017 B C, 3 FAMILY G,4RAGE'SALE. Thurs Fri 4 Sat March 29, 30. 31 Setof new tires 4 RimsforLUV Truck, Furn,, jnd lots of .Misf Located at •250 E Delamar Dr„ Turn off Pacific St, Hdn RATIONALE Fri, Sat. k Sun, 213 Dogwood. Hdn, BLACK"r.T,\>yv MOUNTAIN -^-^ PLUMBING BOULDER ELEaRIC • Licensed, bonded, insured • Lie No 15l7 I Call 29.-) 1097 or 293 • W9 ^ Trrrrrrrrrrrrrt iTTirr LOW RATES • SEWER & DRAIN LINES CLf ANED • ^ FAUCETS • GARBAGE DISPOSALS • / NEW FIXTURES INSTALLED J ^. COMMIIClAt tlSIMNTIAl Omntr i^J ^ 565-6749 BY OWNER Custom home, Fairview Estates. Henderson. 1800 sq, ft,, 2 bdrms., 2 .full baths, w-dressing i;oom$, drapes, carpeting, tile. Corning cook top, custom cabinets, water softener, desert landscaping, lot lOOxlSO.circledrive. All extras youd expect in a nice home $49,900 Ph 451-3071 after3pm GET STARTED ON TOMORROW TODAY Fast growing (Section 27) on the hill in Henderson Don't be the one to say "I could have bought last year, now it's outta sight Beautiftil, custom 3 bdrm., 2 bath, fireplace in family room .Many Amenities Owner is ready to negotiate Call 565-7462^ HENDERSON BEAUTv!-L 3 bdrm., 2 bath home Nejr schools. You must see the Tireplace in living room Only $47,500, Call Adavan Realty, REALTORS 386-2737 or 565-897 evenings. n ^ „"ACTOt$ UCINSI NO. 10370 NOW WITH FOR SALE -1 gas stove, $30 1 wooden bar, $50 Bar Stools, Evans 3T.air cond -heater, WOO, Only used 1 summer Ph. 5^762 Hdn New 2 bdrm apts. in Hender son, .\vail. Mar. 10 $285. per mo,, and deposits. Call 293-4239 No PetS: • TEDDYS KITCHENETTES "Just brUii yeur loetbbrMtk" mi71l lOOF lEPAII If-I NIW CONSTUCTK>N H0T00f SHAUS SHINCUS Till 3|c:|t4UK:VuMt]|c:|c (iMtiii 1 flwiniiii umrniwi It iiwiw THE PROPERH PEOPLE" INC HENDERSON PROPERTIES NICiD RIGHT HOUSE FOR SALE 3 bdrm, 2 bath, mature landscaping with auto sprinklers, sec luded backyard and co vered patio, near golf .course Many other extras. $71,250 Call 293 2591 alters p m, weekdays, from 9 to 5 weekends, B C, iiwuniuiwwiiniwwmuiiaiyuuui^r BOULDER CITY PROPERTIES |.2 0fflCES I Executive k Sales Office: 18 Water Street, Henderson NV &9015 Bniflch Sales Office; 1638 Nevada Highway, BC NV 8B006 MLS "^x^xn* umm iHVKi 564.2S1S 29)-21S1 HiNDCISON BOULOiROTY ..J4M081 I TwMr ^....SM-*H> ..SM-1143 ...S5-]40 ..MS-0747 -Mt-Miy OnN f AM-^ m DAILY t 1(M SUNDAYS ^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm CtMKM NMImi.......m-1M0 J7*.5M7 SfS^STt ^M ScMliMn >S4I10 "DY-MC-AillTl'' Comes in-small packages, such IS this 2 bedroom townhouse Just the thing for the couple who do net want to be a slave to house'and garden For an appointment call S64-2SI5. COUNTRY HiOANCE Wal k into this 3-bed room, 2>i Bath home and bask in the warmth-of the earth tones used throughout Tastefully decorated willi beautiful wallpaper A rtMring fire in the dotbic fireplace will intensify the warmth of this beautifiil bone. Let us tell you or better yet ibow you all tke eitre* toe Bemerous -to mentioo. PICTURE THIS You can see the city of LV. at night, while sitting around the large landscaped poof of this four bedroom, close to park and tennis courts in Highland Hills for under 160,000, ONLY $21,500. For this two bedroom one bath mobile home on a large fenced lot, fV-uit trees, sprinkler systehi Call for delaili, S4-^19. BUY OF THE WEEK Owner is ready to negotiate oa tkt large custom home with amany amenities. All brick exterior finubcd with Ult roof, 2-f)replaces, formal dining room. 4 large bedrooms and 3-fbll baths. Call fbr an appointment FAAULY STYLE Large four bedroom on corner half acre with family game room plus duel fireplace All the convenience of the city with the roonincss and privacy of the country You must see this one to ap preciite its amenitiei Call soon for an appointaient. WHAT'S YOUR niASURST Swim, golf, tennis or horses? Plenty of room on thi large lot, custom home designed with a family in mind 4 bdroorU. 2S baths, separate familyroom Large country kitchen with generous cabinet space Below $ao.OOO. ^ UNDER $4S,000.00 'Excellent home for a young couple or retirement couple. 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bath, Garage and laundry. EXCELLENT HOME EXCELLENT 1^ NEIOHtORHOOD 3 Bedrooms, W Bath 2 car garage Living room with separate dining area Enclosed laundry off garage. Well-groomed yard LUXURY HOME • ^ SUBDIVISION 11 5 spacious bedrooms, 2 custom bath, 2-slory stucco home Fireplace, intercom system thru-put many tinted windows, balcony, full view of valley, 192 Acre, plush carpel to name a few amenities, MUST SEE TO BELIEVE PetCIOWOMT NEW LEWIS HOME 3 Bedrooms, W Bath, 1158 square feet of living space Country kitchen. Ready for occupancy. ANXIOUS SELLER 3 Bedrooms. W Bath, 1196 sq ft Pool and spa Desert landscaping. LAKE VIEW LOTS Located in Marina Highladids Estates We have several choice lots, some upon a hill, all with view of Lake Mead, prices vary Call for details today jcj IF YOU DONT SQ YOUR HOME... WE HAVE OTHBSIII • REALTORS SB^MG' m vmmM AREA POR30YEARS • 4 4 4 i

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• ^ • ^•F-ry^ ^.• • • ,-:w.. MURRAY BUILOfRS Bonded Lie No. ISOM kPatio covers, Room Additions, Remodel, New Construction. Mf In a Hurry, Call MUR. RAY 293-3100 WASH CAR TRUCK MMMMMMMM WANTED Running vehicle. '. Title, age, body condition • unimportant. Minor repairs OK. Reasonable cost. For info. Call 341-5137 morn-. ins. STORAGE ALL TYPES NEED A GOOD WATCHDOG? Have female pit bull, male Airedale. Both will guard against people k other dogs. Ph. 361-5137. l)8 • 22 ft Horiion Day ^Cruiser, 40 Ford Burkley '•jet with place dispenser, -must see to appreciate. SBSOO. 293-4017 B.C Free Glass, rtiirrOr. 4 lumber cutoffs Kelly s Glass. • • 515153. JFOR RENT 3 bdr! 2 bath, ; house, carport, large fenced • ; yard, no peU, 293-1423 EC. 1974 CB 125 Honda, Mint cond.. Adult ridden, very low mileage $400.293-544.BC. nM.com otoMt Para psychologist Now residing in Las VegasFrom California $uKe 219 •Spring VacuunfCleaner special Tune up $450. SORENSEN S 509 Ave C. 293-3770. B.C. J BOAT BARN 565-6066 Wanted: Used portable Cassette &GUITAR. Ph. 564-3337 before noon. Forsalein ADULT PARK 12 x 60 Mobile Home. AC. 3 bdrm., m bath. 565-9172 after 3. FOR SALE New kitchen stove w double oven. Frig, freeier, washer-dryer 564-1685. Hdn. CAMPER FOR SALE refrig, range, air conditioned. Entirely self contained, sleeps 8,price$l,000 Call 293 1150 or 293-2791 BC FOR SALE -1974 T 500 Suiuki Motorcycle Excel cond $600 643CalifBC 293 2821 CUSTOM 4 BDRM.2 BATH ACROSS FROM GOLF COURSE Dining rm large master bedroom, fireplace, block wall, corner lot Many extras Priced for quick sale $84,900. 293-4630. EC.. AARON FENCING FrM Estimates Chain Link ft Wood Fencing 20 Years Exp. Ph. 451-8190 NEW CONDO IN BOULDER CITY. 2 bdrm:, take over buyer's contract $3,000 below current price. Call 451-8349. 2 BDRM HOME FOR RENT by April 1 1st, last & $100 cleaning & damage deposit. Ph. 565-0405. Hdn. FOR SALE • $350. Of 1970 MAVERICK best offer Ph '564-3178 Hdn GUIUl CONTUCTOR yualily Work Remooel — Customs. — Framinc —Concrete Patios. Etc Licensed & Bonded 564-5M3 STARS OF TOMORROW AM WHO lORN TODAY AT DANCE THEATRE WEST LADIES! • Avoid joining expensive spas. Our slimnastics class is available on a week to week basis. Come in and lose those unwanted inches. Jaix-Tap-Gymnastics and Bollet Starting age 2 tup 293-3677 IS • xc arc zxl Your home is your castle Try the HENDERSON PIAZA APTS. 2 Bsdroom Fum.8Unfuni Pod 730 Center St Hda ^ Hrepbces Pli 96S-762B| BlodW* MOSSEfTS MASONRY DeenMossef Meson Contrador lie Na 14768 FOR RENT • KllcbenettM. £ wk. UllUllcs pid. Shady Rwl Motel. SS-7M. 565-7512^ / r ADVERTISERS PLEASE PROOF 'FOR SALE 1971 Chevrolet Impala Air, radio, Jater, .• good tranSportition. $900. Ph 584^5853 Hdn. PART TIME OR FULLTIME WORK Be your own boss Work your own hours Have your own Fuller brush route $6 to $8 per hour starting 878-0254. HELP WANTED • Station at tendant Experienced Apply at Zike's Hdn Tex aco. Water & Lake "" Hdn KEUY'S GUSSftMIRROlCO.* Complete Glass Services 5700 Boulder Highway 24 .Hr Sen ice 4515153 TAX FPAIUTK)N -KIBBICMead INSIDE DOORS Screen door w hdw Your choice. $5 .each 564 1848 Hdn By appointment HUBERT MORRIS 565-7071 GARCIX CONiCHETE CONTRACTOR License 15333 Bonded S6^9928 FOR S\I,E BY OWNER sub division 11. lot No 89. $22 son terms Call area 'code .714 728 8995 • 'KiilM>rook.C.il. collect NEW Custom Hottie for sale by owner. 3 bdrm 2 bath, 2 car garage, fireplace, wal'k in pantrv-A large storage area On 4 acre lot Ph 585-0149. Hdn RAILROAD TIES FOR SALE $100 ft 293-4860. BC FOR RENT Modern 3 bdrm home, 2 bath Large fenced backyard Near schools On quiet cul-de-sac $425 mo Call Dan 293-2010 or 293-8532 EC NEEDED someone with experience in authentic Maori motiffs and designs Must be able to incorporate above into residential and commercial interior decorating Must have references For personal interview please phone 293 1799 BC MOBILE HOME Adults only. Gingerwood Park 24 x 44 2 bdrm.,2 bath, Ref air. Very nice only $28,500. 1727 Teakwood,'after 5 p.m. or weekends B.C. REDUCED $999 Must sell 12x60 Mob.ile Home in Render son. Extra large corner lot Partly furnished dr unfurnished New skirts, carpets, drapes.. p^tio. washer dryer Owner will Hnance. 871-1724 FOR SALE IN B C 1974,1? x 80 Mobile Home, in Adult park, walking distance to town Central Air, Mylar covered windows, full awnings. 2 bdrm s in excellent cond $17,500 Call 293-3519 after 4 pm. FOR SALE Apollo. Motorhome. 1971 58.000 miles Extras 293 3671. B C FOR SALE ENGLISH SPRINGER SPANIEL PUPS • Champ ioiishipStock 293 5217 BC INCOME TAX SERVICE 6 yrs IRS experience and 10 .vrs. selfemployed tax service Get all the deductions legally allowed Call Carole DePue for appL 565-7468 MOBILE HOME FOR SALE 3 bdrm 2 bath, by owner Family park, below ap praisal 293-3700 B C ALL READY TO MOVE IN 1973 Westchester Mobile Home for sale 12 x 60. completely furn Drapes, fenced & shed Asking $8500 Ph 565 8806 Hdn y-FOR SALE BY OWNER 3 bdrm 2 full baths, large fenced lot, desert landscaping, carpet, drapes See to appreciate Principals only Price $41,900 Ph 565-8415 No need to worry call Murray. MURRAY MAINTENANCE SERVICE Handymen, carpentry, painting, paper hanging, glass, mirrors, general repairs. 293-5110 or 293-1799 B.C. We repair Appliances, lawn mower Home Repairs Cooler Repairs Located in Jack's Rental Center L 440 Water St. 565J>102 I FOR SALE Clessicigea Fbrd Felcon $400CAU. 565-7164 After 5. UNFURNISHED HOUSE FOR RENT .Adultsonly No pets. 23 W Basic Rd Hdn HELP WANTED for seasonal work, mature over 21. Knowledge of store snack bar^ Hepful. but not necessary. Interested call 293 1891 B.C. FOR RENT 2 bdrm apt 168 Judy Lane. $265 per mo Includes drapes, carpets, oven, refrig.. garbage disposal & storage rm. Coin opr washer-dryer 451-7742 or 456-0620. FOR SALE • coxy 1 bdrm condo, in Boulder Square, desert view, appliances, pool, laundry facil, near tennis courts. 293-5143 after 5 p.m. B.C. CLEAN OREEN LAWN SERVICE Licensed, dependable lawn care. Free estimates: reasonable monthly rates 293 3619 B C. FOR SALE 1978Camaro, auto, pwr. steering 4 brakes, 17.500 miles, asking $5500. 56^9295 Hdn J_ FOR RENT 3 bdrm house. 1 bath, fenced yard, kids ok, pets ok, $450 a month, 293 2295 BC Your ad the first day I in case an error ocI curs. The Henderson | i Home News will asI sume no responsibil{ I ityaHer the first day of I publication. Error | I claims mu.st be made I immediately. •' FOR SALE immediate occupancy, dbl wide mobile home, large yard, green grass, fruit trees, iprinkl'er system, 2 utility sheds, T.LC, 3 bdrm. 2 bath. Adult park By appt. 293 3638 or 293 4629 BC .Single, 1 bdrm. furn apt. One block from Water St. Call after 5 p m S65-9643. 1 HOUSEKEEPING AND LAUNDRY Help wanted lExper. helpful, excell. fringe benefits Apply in person between 9 am and 3 |pm BC Care Center. 601 I Adams Blvd BC VIEW PROPERTY 1 acre • $400 down $145. per mo, ta Located near Gibson & Hdn, cutoff Power 1300 ft away $10,500 Ph 735 7006. WANTED TO BUY by private party, 2 or 3 bdrm house with dbl garage in Boulder City, large yard preferable 293 5242 B C. CUSTOM DRAPERY. Antique white. Semi Sheer. 96 w x 84 1. $2500 293 3340 BC • ...umi^.i.mmmtmLimULiiLgna f f "There is no subttitute for Expf rienr" DICK BlAiR REALTYREALTORS ^GATMfSM J^icensed Real Estate Broker, L 1 HOMIS CORNER LOT" w* 4 bedrooms, 2 bath, garage converted, fenced, excellent location $71,900. FAMILY ROOM WITH FIREPLACE'! 3 bedroom. 2 bath, new. Near the golf course $73,500 00 ONLY $69,500" 3 bedroom, 2 bath, double garage Family room. MINI CARE LANDSCAPING'! a bedroom. 2 bath, Excellent location, pool $82,000 00 NEW BEAUTIFUL!! 3 bedroom. 2 bath, double garage $74,500 OO BEAUTIFUL HOME NEAR THE GOLF COURSE" 3 bedroom: 2 bath, family room, fireplace, double garage $74.000 00 NEW DEVELOPMENT!! 4 bedrooms. 2 baths, double garage $74,500 00. — MOIIU HOMES — THE ULTIMATE IN MOBILE HOME LIVING" 2 bedroom, 2 bath Parking space for R V $58,500 00 CLTON n.CARRCTT RCaLTV PHONE 293-3333 Vivian Richards Bart Hyde Carol Kozich Elton M Garretl 293 1757 2932144 29t4flftn 293^839 833 NEVADA HWY.. B.C. 293-2171 or AFTER HOURS CALL: Bob Blair Carl Cowan Anfjrea Anderson • Katie Cartlidge MicheleHess : Tom Brvan ....: Cl.nude Smith •.• • m REALTOR 1 293-3402 .293 2049 .293 1499 .2932158 .293-2254 2931277 .293 3475 293 4020 MLS LOVELY 3 BDRM 2 yard Drapes, dishw '^IC^Sltti.' ,late condition Fenced 00 054 Nevada Hwy,, Boulder City, Ntv. 2 bath, in Gingerwood COMFORT ^BLE HOME" 1968 Broadmore, 2 bedroom, $13.900 00. BEAUTIFUL SPLIT LEVEL'! ADULTS ONLY" 1508 square feet. Includes Mountain Vista lot $59,600 00 ITS NEW" Adults only 3 bedrooms. 2 baths. $22,900 NEAR SHOPPING!' $33.9QP buys this near new mobile home in M4M Park IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY!' 2 bedroom, I bath $15,400. Ideal for a retired couple 1977 AIRSTREAM 25' $11,950 Many extras like new Only THE DOME MLS a3-i6i] M3-927 Ciwf UI0Nt y doH<9t>woy,'The0om>^ Byron Graham 3*3-1447' Tom friary 283-lISO Mel Duniway 2*3^2438 Shirley Phillip* 293^2006 "Curly" Smith Sue Broadbeni Lillian Collins Nancy Murphy Ed Harvey •rcoll... 293-12.38 .565-7951 283 3282 289 1037 293 1588 HIGH ON THE MOUNTAIN Below appraisai Master bedroom suite has Jacuiti and fireplace. Must sec to appreciate this luxury home $115,000 NEW LEWIS HOME 4 bedroom. 2 bath, family room Priced right at $76,900 RARE FIND 3 bedrooms, 2 bath home with 16 x 30pool, plus spa Good terms. Only $76,900 HIGHWAY FRONTAGE See us for details on property MOTEL FOR SALE Details to qualtfted parties BUILDING LOTS AVAIU^BIE VIEW OF CITY Overlook Boulder City and Eldorado Valley Over St acre each Prices begin at $21,900 SUBDIVISION 11 One half acre high on the hill. $28,000, including assessments. GOLF COURSE Larfc corner lot, $32,000 VIEW OF LAKE Desireable level lot, $39.00 MOUNTAIN TOP Lovely lake views fh>m the beifhU. $36.9000 each RENTALS We hive several executive homes available, including new mobile home $900 $779 price range WE HAVE BliYEIS — WE NEED USTINOS 31 YEAIS PIONEERING REAL ESTATE IN BOULDER CITY FINE LOCATION 3 B(fHyi\abt(l\lock construction, car port. Bit in range, Wa|j/i**H)rapes Only $53,000 EXCELLENTBUY. 1840sq ft.,4bdrm,2bath,pool,jacuMi.2 cargar, block wall. Auto sprinklers $90,000 GOOD LAKE VIEW, custom 3 bdrm 1*4 bath, formal dining room, large gar, sun deck. 2 patios Only $85,000 BEAUTIFUL 4 bdrm W bath, custom decorating, spnnk lers, washer & dryer, block wall fencing, fine view, 2 car. garage, fireplace $86,000 NEAR LAKE MEAD New custom 4 bdrm 2 bath 2 car gar age 1806 sq ft living space Fireplace, patio All electric Auto sprinklers. §ee us for 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 bedUtiful view LOVELY TWO STORY, 4 bdrm 2H baths, 16x38 heated pool k spa, fireplace, autb sprinklers, 2 car garagek8x20 Greenhouse, EXCELLENT BUY -ONLY $85,000 00. TERRIFIC VIEW, 4 bdrm., 2W baths, on .68 acres, fam rm rireplace,over2.900sq ft ,2cargarage,FINECUST0MBUY BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM, 3 bdrm 4 den 2 ftill baths; shake roof, rer rm 24x24, fireplace, spectacular view, on ap'prox. 4 acre lot. $128J)00 00. NEAR GOLF COURSE. CUSTOM 4 bdrm 2 full It 2 W baths, large patio, fam rm. fireplace, approx 3,400 sq ft brick home with excellent view, REAL EXECUTIVE HOME> LOTS OF TREES, In fine area, brick 3 bdrm fireplace, has basement, wood fioors, carport, this home has many xtra features. ONLY $88,900 00. WE HAVE CUSTOM HOMES UNDER CONSTRUCTION, all in fine areas, see us for info and prices. NEW AREA, 3 bdrm 2 bath, dining rm 2 car garage, has 16x32 ft pool with Jacuzzi (heated), block wall SEE THIS $83.90000. SPECTACULAR CUSTOM, 4*drm., 2-% baths, approx. 3,400 sq ft, fine landscaping, fenced, auto sprinklers, large finished garage, fireplace, fam. rm, 2-large patios, SEE US FOR INFO. EXCELLENT HOME, 3 bdrm 2 bath, new carpet k drapes, covered patio, SEE THIS FINE BUY AT $88,900 OO 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 patio, Ure carport for boat, etc SEE THIS $45,90000 IMMACULATE, 4 bdrm., 2Vi *ath, lovely landscaping formal dining rm, fenced, 2 car tarase, auto sprinklers, GREAT BUY AT$2.0P000 APPROX 1,850 SQ FT in this fine 4 bdrm, 2 bath, covered patio, new carpet, block wall, desert landscaped, 2 car garage. EXCELLENT BUY $78,00000 CALL TODAY FOR BUILDING LOT INFO, many with views of Lake and Overlooking the Town of Boulder City. New 2 bdrm. home in fast growing area Great star ter house Upgraded carpeting tbrouehoul Solid birch cabinets This is a real buy at $.33,000 (UT Call Randy 564-}5>5 2 bath. 2 f^ar gar^e Large fam itd^.*(rfinkle GREAT LOCATION. 3 bdrm, ily room Ceramic tile entryway. Autd^it(fmklers. fenced Parking for RV and boat Lots of storage Assume good loan Only $65,000 SEE US FOR COMMERCIAL k INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY SinMffty a'.td Intafrity •• wr lyedolty. SEARCHLIGHT property available Commercial atwl residential lots. Call Al ,.. 56393 CLEAN, SHARP HOME in Hillcrest area 3 bdro) A^ r>ath with unobstructed view overlooking valley. Catpet, drapes, lawn (front and sides) Price right., Call 94'3S33 OWNER BOUGHT AND IS ANXIOUS TO SELV4 bdrm., l\ bath home in desireable area. Carp^ k drapes throughout. Mirrored walls, 2 car garage, covered patio. Shows well. Call Sue 564-,3333 POPULAR HIGHLAND HILLS MODEL 3 bdrm l\ bath Nice family home. Large yard with fence rear and sides. Big country kitchen, fireplace, carpets, drapes, and much more. Call Al 564 3333 ONLY $49,500 I 3 Bdrm home with large country kitchen v^ilh plenty I of dining area plus a formal dining room with chandelier. Plenty of room to grow. t Call Alice 564-3333 MISSION HILLS lot with beautiful view overlooking La's Vegas Valley. $17,000 Call Sue 564-33.33! BEAUTIFUL 4 bdrm. 2 bath home in Section 27 Spacious custom built home with many extras. Carpets, drapes throughout Fenced yard, fireplace Adjoining Vi acre maybe purchased to make this a 1 acre { ranch. Call : 564-3333 STAilTING AT$<.000flO We have 1 and 2Vk acre loU available now with terms l^ated in Green Valley, these lots will not lastkt this price Call Alice ,; 964-3$33 I PICK YOUR LOT-WehaveHandl acre lots with your choice of custom homes built to your satisfaction. Come in and talk to us or Call... 564 3333 OPEN MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 9:00 A.M. TO 6:00 P.M. AFTER HOURS CAU JIM JENSEN SUE BLAIR ALICE FIFE ^...„:.:.: RANDY WOOTTON JACK SEIDEMAN Al l>Francois I 565 9677 • ^694408 965 QIB 87871M £L t i^EC Flu I* M.. 5^Htndtfon HMIW Nfwt ond Bowldw City Ntwt 'Thun(iay,Merch22, 1979 *'aw IS XNH ^i ftr-im. imiTWBf. BUILDING, fUmodelinc, etc? • Animal Adoption will pick up usable left overs. Donations tax deductible. Call 381-9137. WAIIINGTC READY FOR A FAMILY across from golf courie. 4 bdrm., 2 bath, Ige L-R, F-R comb., newly carpeted, painted Inside & out, mirrored wardrobe doors, brick fi-ont, lawn sprinklers in front, parking for boat, RV. $82,900. Principals only! Seller related to liceiiiee. 283-2920. B C. Mimai.i^ :.\-" lt(' re toouBniwmjkM P5r;Ktf?i INDIVIDUAL k CONTRACTOR CONSULTANTS. Bob O'Dell, 2130 Boulder Hwy. •965-0417 565^)914 Hdn. Singer Authorized Dealer SORENSEN'S SEWING CENTER. 908 Ave C. BC 283-3770. LOCAL AMWAY DISTRIBUTOR Helping many persons working 2 to 4 hrs. per day We can help you. BONNIE TRIlf ASE 2930471 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. FOR SALE-MOBILE HOME IN GINGERWOOD LUXURIOUS ADULT PARK. 3 bdrm., 2 bath, 24x60, excell. view., 12x41 carport, 8x20 porch. Maint^nance free yard,, patio, beautifully landscaped, near rec. hall. 1306 Hazelwobd, BC 293-4320 or 283-1622 WANTED: Ferret. Must be reasonable. Loving home -available. Leave message. 361-9137. EXPERIENCED Delivery help wanted. Permanent, good pay 565-8048. Learn to drie with Las Vegas School of Driving Speciallting in nervous k handicapped persons. All ages. Day & evening instruc tion. Free home'pickup. 7327664 SHAKIEE NODUaS Rhoda D. Hagadone Authorized Distributor 2934350 B.C. We'U Call On You" BBBSB BX^^D ONE DAY "drop oft" laundry service. WASH, DRY k FOLD, 90 per lb LAUNDERLAND k Water St. Hen ders on Mi.i.i.msssniii..^.py^ Uke Mead YOU'U LOVE THIS HOME Ideal for the family. Lo cated in Henderson, minutes tnm Lake Mead Pool and lovtly patio. Ijirfc living room w-fircplace, 4 bditn., {^Mly room A 2 car j ••ragt. /a\ on Urge lot { zoned (to-horses. FHA ap• praisat^tM,000. Shown by { app'L WI164. I SPRINq CLEANING your boi, farage, yard? Don t throv^ay usable items. Donawv Animal Adoption k bets bomelesi peu. Men k trMk will pick up by appt ||iil Ml 2484. POR SAL^-18^ Ford Pickup 1500. Call fl5-8a83. EXPERIENCED FOOD WAITRESS WANTED Tray service exp For swing shift at Nick's Supper Club Apply in person from 2 5. No phone calls Hdn FEEDING PURINA DOG CHOW, Puppy Chow or Chuck Wagori' Save the weight circles.at top of bag k send to Animal Adoption. Also send saving coupons. Helpthe homeless pets P 0 Box C, Hdn 1968 FORD FAIRLANE 500 60,000 miles 293 2119 B.C. ASSISTANT COOK k LAUNDRESS Institutional cooking 2 days a week; Laundry, 3 days a week Start $3 00 hr., St Jude's Ranch, 293-3131 EC. — -.. TWO NEW BOULDER CITY CONDOS, in L^ Dolce Vita. Luxury 2 bdrm. condos for sale by owner. I due for completion 1st of March. 2nd is occupied by owner. 283-4171. BC. PRIVATE PIANO LESSONS. Ph 569^6283. Hdn. NEW TOWNHOUSE for Rent, 2 bdrm., IH bath. Fireplace, util. room, appl., storage, balcony. Private yard. Covered parking 481-0379. BC. FOR SALE 12 X 60, Mobile. Home, with 10x30 add on, in adult park, reduced for sale. Call 293-3637. B.C. FOR RENT • 400s.f. OfHce, 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, Snackit hot lunch. Infantsooowooyoi Rosecrest Cabinets, Inc. HENDERSOJ^, NEVADA CustoM Kitchens 565-7472 I MOBIII HOM.S ll RFNT • I. I A 3 bdrm fur* or unfurn Hra4 Trir. Havrn S4S6N0 GLAZIER NEEDED Call Kelly Glass Co. 491-5153 r^iofiittaTr*! I Specialty clothing .store in cxcaJlent location. 1 Owner retiring. Sales : 1 price or|a0,MO includes | I inventory. a I flOnillS KMTOR I I 315-1033 • 2t3-1471 I FOR SALE Fiberglass Dune Buggie, 10 ft. Cabover Camper, '65 Mustang & '68 Cougar 564^1685 Hdn CLOSING OUT ALL EASTER CARDS iiPRICE NEVADA JEWELERS B C FOUR PLE.V New, 3200 tq fX. sprinklers, block wall $108,500. So hurry' Owner licensee 453-2224. FOR SALE BY OWNER: 3 bdr, 2 full baths, large fenced lot, desert landscaping, carpet, drapes. See to appreciate Principals only Price $41,900. Ph 566-8415. ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS, complete Kelvinator line. 6,000 BTU to 25,000 BTU. See them at Ed Harwood's CAP Co. 118 E Lake Mead Dr., Next to 7-11 Store. 564-2210. MOTEL ROOMS k KITCHENETTES Color TVs, Utilities and Linens. WEEKLY Ph. Harry, 491 2448 ^ACUPUNCTURE Arthritis, buniili, migraine, ailkma, alUrgy, ttrke. tclilica, slnui, gHi, prailale. 735-7142. tt-fftr-roj-a tan v tst Television and Antenna Specioltiet of Boultjtf City Custom \ntennas lor the most inviewinsand lulen I nt; pleasure PH 293 4976 KMMMMKMMNKI SKYUNE BUILDING CO. 293-5114 Lie 15487 Custom Homes. Additions and Kemodeljng. BC. STt'D SHETLAND PONY Now broken for kids. 361-5B7. GARAGE SALE Wed thru Sun' Three family. Furniture & misc, items, 414 Zirconium Hdn 565-0199 LOOKING FOR WORK ?? HENDERSON J0( SdtVKI 119 WATER ST. Offers NOfEf^cements In a Variety of Jobs PROFESSIONAL • TECHNICAL A ^CLERICAL SERVICE *l^\il.c. OF YOUR ^ *T^^S >~ ^ FULL& \ PART TIME STATE OF NEVADA EMPLOYMENT SECURITY DEPARTMENT (ESD) •OTHER ESD OFFICES AT: 135S.8th.L.V. 2071 L.V, Blvd. No.. N.L.V. WANTED : live in pet and property sitter when^ we're away. Lovely pool home $5 00 per day 293-1107, BC, TippettsConstruction FKKK t.STlMATKS KEMOUELINc; PATIO COVERS ADOITIO.NS l>('\ jn Tippells owncn Ln \(, 13904 PH 565 0956 SAVD, GRAVEL. TOP .SOIL k LANDSCAPE ROCK, Call 23 2US_B C _^ LICENSED CHILD CARE m my home 565-7412 Hdn MUST SELL '69 Rambler Rogue. 390, power steering, power disc, brakes, shift command transmsn .Shift kit and air shocks. Has newly rebuilt carb new batt, brakes, starter, and radiator hose, runs good, and IS clean in and out $550 FIRM, 293 3269 B C, Y.ARD SALE Fri, & Sat., March 30, 31 9 am, French Provincial couch, electric typewriter, movie camera k screen, pictures, lamps, glasswrare, many hou.sehold items and clothes 147 Westminister Way, off Major* Ave, 565-8883 BIG JOHN • BLETSCH IS BACK at his \uio Wreckini; Garaee & Tow Service 16:n Foothill, BC 29.14661 NOW RENTING t STORAGE ^ ANHUL ADOPTION, Ud will kaMl away usable scrap lomber, pipes, fencing k bldg. materials, etc. For lalb. Call 361-24M. HANDYMAN Ben DePue will nxit, re doit, add It on, lay it down. You name it. I do it Stt-7468. TV Service DANNEBER6ER PLUMBING ft HEATING KONTRACTING tNEW CONSTRUCTION •RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL REMODELING 24 HOUR SERVICE CALLS • 7 DAYS A WEEK 565-8035 • 315 WATER ST., HON I ADVERTISERS j •PLEASE PROOF! I Your ad the first day j • f in case an error ocI CUTS. The Boulder City | ^ News will assume no I responsibijity after | I the first day of publiI .' • cation. Error claims j I must be madp imI mediately. | KELVINATOR REFRIGERATORS, washers, .dryers, ranges, freeiers. Room air cond disposals. Ed Harwoods C A P Co 564-2210, M t txtxt tttunittta. rot IINT-NiW HOMIS 344 bdrm,. 2 bih. Models avail Most have Tireplace, sprinklers, family rm, and view $450 per mo and up: GIE'AT NCVADA MOIIIS CO. 564-1171 RiAtrOI 3IS)0)3 THEFT To the party who took a white jacket out of my blue car Please return.REWARD 293-2286 B C. 1972 .MERCURY .MONTEGO MX Brougham, new tires and upholstery, excell. cond $1500, 293 4017 B C, 3 FAMILY G,4RAGE'SALE. Thurs Fri 4 Sat March 29, 30. 31 Setof new tires 4 RimsforLUV Truck, Furn,, jnd lots of .Misf Located at •250 E Delamar Dr„ Turn off Pacific St, Hdn RATIONALE Fri, Sat. k Sun, 213 Dogwood. Hdn, BLACK"r.T,\>yv MOUNTAIN -^-^ PLUMBING BOULDER ELEaRIC • Licensed, bonded, insured • Lie No 15l7 I Call 29.-) 1097 or 293 • W9 ^ Trrrrrrrrrrrrrt iTTirr LOW RATES • SEWER & DRAIN LINES CLf ANED • ^ FAUCETS • GARBAGE DISPOSALS • / NEW FIXTURES INSTALLED J ^. COMMIIClAt tlSIMNTIAl Omntr i^J ^ 565-6749 BY OWNER Custom home, Fairview Estates. Henderson. 1800 sq, ft,, 2 bdrms., 2 .full baths, w-dressing i;oom$, drapes, carpeting, tile. Corning cook top, custom cabinets, water softener, desert landscaping, lot lOOxlSO.circledrive. All extras youd expect in a nice home $49,900 Ph 451-3071 after3pm GET STARTED ON TOMORROW TODAY Fast growing (Section 27) on the hill in Henderson Don't be the one to say "I could have bought last year, now it's outta sight Beautiftil, custom 3 bdrm., 2 bath, fireplace in family room .Many Amenities Owner is ready to negotiate Call 565-7462^ HENDERSON BEAUTv!-L 3 bdrm., 2 bath home Nejr schools. You must see the Tireplace in living room Only $47,500, Call Adavan Realty, REALTORS 386-2737 or 565-897 evenings. n ^ „"ACTOt$ UCINSI NO. 10370 NOW WITH FOR SALE -1 gas stove, $30 1 wooden bar, $50 Bar Stools, Evans 3T.air cond -heater, WOO, Only used 1 summer Ph. 5^762 Hdn New 2 bdrm apts. in Hender son, .\vail. Mar. 10 $285. per mo,, and deposits. Call 293-4239 No PetS: • TEDDYS KITCHENETTES "Just brUii yeur loetbbrMtk" mi71l lOOF lEPAII If-I NIW CONSTUCTK>N H0T00f SHAUS SHINCUS Till 3|c:|t4UK:VuMt]|c:|c (iMtiii 1 flwiniiii umrniwi It iiwiw THE PROPERH PEOPLE" INC HENDERSON PROPERTIES NICiD RIGHT HOUSE FOR SALE 3 bdrm, 2 bath, mature landscaping with auto sprinklers, sec luded backyard and co vered patio, near golf .course Many other extras. $71,250 Call 293 2591 alters p m, weekdays, from 9 to 5 weekends, B C, iiwuniuiwwiiniwwmuiiaiyuuui^r BOULDER CITY PROPERTIES |.2 0fflCES I Executive k Sales Office: 18 Water Street, Henderson NV &9015 Bniflch Sales Office; 1638 Nevada Highway, BC NV 8B006 MLS "^x^xn* umm iHVKi 564.2S1S 29)-21S1 HiNDCISON BOULOiROTY ..J4M081 I TwMr ^....SM-*H> ..SM-1143 ...S5-]40 ..MS-0747 -Mt-Miy OnN f AM-^ m DAILY t 1(M SUNDAYS ^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm CtMKM NMImi.......m-1M0 J7*.5M7 SfS^STt ^M ScMliMn >S4I10 "DY-MC-AillTl'' Comes in-small packages, such IS this 2 bedroom townhouse Just the thing for the couple who do net want to be a slave to house'and garden For an appointment call S64-2SI5. COUNTRY HiOANCE Wal k into this 3-bed room, 2>i Bath home and bask in the warmth-of the earth tones used throughout Tastefully decorated willi beautiful wallpaper A rtMring fire in the dotbic fireplace will intensify the warmth of this beautifiil bone. Let us tell you or better yet ibow you all tke eitre* toe Bemerous -to mentioo. PICTURE THIS You can see the city of LV. at night, while sitting around the large landscaped poof of this four bedroom, close to park and tennis courts in Highland Hills for under 160,000, ONLY $21,500. For this two bedroom one bath mobile home on a large fenced lot, fV-uit trees, sprinkler systehi Call for delaili, S4-^19. BUY OF THE WEEK Owner is ready to negotiate oa tkt large custom home with amany amenities. All brick exterior finubcd with Ult roof, 2-f)replaces, formal dining room. 4 large bedrooms and 3-fbll baths. Call fbr an appointment FAAULY STYLE Large four bedroom on corner half acre with family game room plus duel fireplace All the convenience of the city with the roonincss and privacy of the country You must see this one to ap preciite its amenitiei Call soon for an appointaient. WHAT'S YOUR niASURST Swim, golf, tennis or horses? Plenty of room on thi large lot, custom home designed with a family in mind 4 bdroorU. 2S baths, separate familyroom Large country kitchen with generous cabinet space Below $ao.OOO. ^ UNDER $4S,000.00 'Excellent home for a young couple or retirement couple. 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bath, Garage and laundry. EXCELLENT HOME EXCELLENT 1^ NEIOHtORHOOD 3 Bedrooms, W Bath 2 car garage Living room with separate dining area Enclosed laundry off garage. Well-groomed yard LUXURY HOME • ^ SUBDIVISION 11 5 spacious bedrooms, 2 custom bath, 2-slory stucco home Fireplace, intercom system thru-put many tinted windows, balcony, full view of valley, 192 Acre, plush carpel to name a few amenities, MUST SEE TO BELIEVE PetCIOWOMT NEW LEWIS HOME 3 Bedrooms, W Bath, 1158 square feet of living space Country kitchen. Ready for occupancy. ANXIOUS SELLER 3 Bedrooms. W Bath, 1196 sq ft Pool and spa Desert landscaping. LAKE VIEW LOTS Located in Marina Highladids Estates We have several choice lots, some upon a hill, all with view of Lake Mead, prices vary Call for details today jcj IF YOU DONT SQ YOUR HOME... WE HAVE OTHBSIII • REALTORS SB^MG' m vmmM AREA POR30YEARS • 4 4 4 i

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Henderion Home Nsws and Boulder rtv New* TMtdty, Mardi 22, If/f :f >"'' DOC anc Hendersoii Child Core Center Mly & WttUy RitM St. Peter's Hell, BeuMer Hwy. 565-9384 3I M,wl WANTED • Uie4 practice piano. 8i Keyboard. Reasonable Ph S9S-8M9 Good Condition. Udn. DIAL A THOUGHT 732-0472 -^ MSTANTCASN |1tt Iwi 3d Nertsage aa^ Traal Deedc PRAMKOZAl 3124234 1704456 Aak year neigkbar. he knew* IBC. WXNTtD Uesk Clerk Fart ti me & graveyard sh ift. Lake Mead Best Western Motel. Lake Mead k Water St.. Hdn PAINTEI JBleriaf. eilerW. U year* eiperience Far free Mtinaale.cailUMlN. FOUR PLEX New, 3200 sq ft.. sprinklers, block Wall. $108.1W0 So HUrry! Ownerlicensee. 453-2224 •74 DODGE 4x4 Pickup 61.000 mi. Air. auto k more $4200 293-1471. B.C. SPECIAI.SPECIAL-SPECIAL OF THE WEEK Extra large lot with exceptional two bedroom, Ig. country kitchen, 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 $29,500. Call REALTY EXECUTIVES. Realtor at 736-8551 or Evenings at 564-2765 No. 292. NATURE PAINTS A M.^STERPIECE Right outside your front door There is a beautiful view of the whole valley and the mountains. This lovely home has formal dining room, fireplace in family room. 3 bedrooms, large 2$'.8,500 Ph 564-2225 Hdn kilned RE. WANTED TO BUY 10 HP BOAT MOTOR. Reasonable 293 2472 B C BABYSITTER NEEDED for 15 mo old son. Tues 4 Wed 9am toSpm 293^4382 B C GOqO FRIENDS COMPAN IONS AVAIL, at Animal Adoption Dogs.'pups.cats4 kittens. Large selection. Call 361-2484. WILL TRADE or sell Harlequin Romances. Call 564-2854 Hdn UTTLEGRfeEN ACRE Showplace. 112acreranchette w-large 4 bdrm. home. barn. workshop, permanent pasture k so much more in. Bicknell. Utah. Call for de. tails Austin Realty, Inc., REALTORS 4S7-3123 TRAVEL TRXII.ER Iff Coachman, reft-ig.. stove, toilet, gas; 12 4110 volt lighti ng, water tank and heater Sleeps six. Excell. cond. $2000. 293-5464 EC. nx= tt JL. THE PAK RAT 293-4709 Antiques 4 Imports is now accepting quality an tiques on consignment. If you have something you would like to sell. Call us at BC Cac ir au WATER HEATERS: In our warehouse. We repair 4 install. Gat or electric. Ed Harwood's Consumer Appliance 964-2210. • • ... • I — NEEDED IN BOULDER CrTY: Experienced tax consultant. Evenings. 293-2323. EXPERIENCED Delivery help wanted. Peritianent. good pay. 565-8648 TREES TRIMMED-REMOVED STUMP REMOVAL Licensed 4 Insured 40 Yrs. Exper, BOULDER TREE SERVICE 2W.2115 V. WILL BABYSIT infant or toddler, y^eekdays my home (Off Horizon). Call 564 2854 Hdn EREESPRINGERSPANIEL-6 weeks old. 293^1187. BC The Nevada Friendship Force has an international exchange of people n ighl leaving Las Vegas. June 7. returning June 17. There are seats avail for trip to Eng land More info, call 739-8375 or 649-4197 or 382-8382A meeting will, be held Wed. April 4. 6 30 to 8.30p.m at L.V. Library Corif Room at Charleston Plaia Mall If interested in being an ambassador from USA. join the program All 50 states 4 territories of USA 4 over 30 countries are involved in exchange now going on You are invited to join, but do it now! MUST SELL! Male Lhasa Apso Puppy 4 months. AKC papers. $100 293 3008. B.C. ROOM ATTENDANTS Steady work, good conditions, company paid benefits. Apply in person w hou.sekeeping dept. 4600 Paradise Rd L VFOR RENT Unf. 2 bdrm Condo Includes pool. $350 mo. 1st mo. rent, $75. cleaning fee, $100 Security dep. required For application call'56S-9014 Hdn BEAUTIFUL \ ACRE VIEW BLDG LOT in great Henderson location w-power 4 water Austin Realty Inc.. REALTORS 457 3123 HOSPITAL CdSTS are higher than ever 4 still rising. Can you afford not to have insurance? Tom Mulloy, Mutual of Omaha • Health, .• Life 4 Disability Ins. • 7371700. BABY QUILTS, homemade. Preciously unfque baby quilts and pillows. Make wonderful gifts on any occasion. Very, very reasonable Call day or nite. Debbie or leave message with Gary. 293 1247. B.C. SEWER CLEANING 4 minor plumbing repair. We have disposals in stock Ed Hardwood's CAP Co. 564-2210 STU DIO ROOM, Private bath 4 entrance. $150 mo. 4 cleaning 4 Damage deposit. No cooking. 964-9888. Hdn. HELP WANTED: Cashier attendant Full or part.time Must be 21 or over Apply between 1-3 pre. 1452 BIdr. Highway SECTION 27 V, ACRE LOT FOR SALE by owner Sewer 4 Water Asking $15,000 Ph 565-9035 Hdn SUZUKI 90 DIRT Bike Qeod shape. Would like to sell or trade for small outboard engine '293-4346. B.C. LEARN A LUCRATIVE YOaTKNf REE TRAINEES WANTED 21 Dealers Keno Writers • Cage Cashiers Get Paid while you learn. HAVE YOU GOT TWO?? \ 2 Bdrm House in Boulder City? Then we should get together We have a QUALIFIED buyer who wants a 2 Bdrm now Please call JOHN WOODRUFF with ROBERTS REALTY 293-5462 GUARANTEED: GUARANTEED: .Ml same Management. DOWNTOWN LAS VEGAS AFTER 1 YEAR (Nevada Hotel) LAS VEGAS STRIP AFTER 2 YEARS (DVille Casino) RAINBOW CASINO 122 WATER ST., Downtown Henderson REALTORS 125W. LoktMMdDr., HfMleraon, Ncvodo • 565-8947 • STARTING OUT? Make the break from deadend ren tal living totax saving home ownership with this two bedroom home So clean you can move right in and the landscapHig is great Automatic sprinklers and lots of cement work make the vardeasy to care for Priced $41,500 eves call 565-8947. THE EVEilYTHiNG HOUSE!! Three bedrooms two bath with range, refrigerator with icemakcr, disliwasher. washer-dryer, custom drapes and good carpets thru-out — Wait there s more' — A pool with the equipment A beautifully decorated home priced right at $77,000 eves Call 965-9493 FRUSTRATED' DONT BE' We have a three bedroom. 2 bath new home for under $45,000 Range, drapes and carpets are a part of the decor of this home Close to the park Pnced al $44,000 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 $62,500 Evenings 564 2332 PANORAMIC VIEW Of the entire Vegas Valley is yours from this custom t>eauty with over 3100 square feet Extra features are numerous throughout the home including a see through fireplace be twecn family room and living ^owfwi<^ trip necttiofyT' What wriH be rite wMmtt fMuhr I btliev* yti it w AMMMiy Md I p(4kt tMf wUI b pMM in IIM MMIe Iml in 71. DHS Irom 9in9 oltng wMi Hw 10O-mwi WMtt HMIM prtu M tM( tMnf bvt. yvtifying 20,000 mil* mwvtliM, trailing ond toiling tM hveidtflt hm >ithr P.'^n Holftf^tpt^ frrtm thf Wastewoter Study Shows City 'Goit-Alone', Cheaper A wastewater study plan, recently completed by URS Company of Las Vegas, reveal that it will be more economical for the City of Henderson to continue its own wastewa.ter treatment plans than to join with the county. A report on the findings of the company will be presented to the city council on April 9. The plan recommended for Henderson includes secondary treatment using aerated lagoons. Secondary effluent would be used for agricultural and urban irrigation and excess effluent would be discharged to infiltration ponds. There would be recovery and desalination by evaporation of part of groundwaters infiltrating from ponds. Urban irrigation of the Las Vegas stadium could be accomplished by the plan, along with irrigation of the Boulder Highway median and Black Mountain Country Club. ^ The five alternate plans proposed by the company range in cost from $11,990,400 for the above plan, to $22,513,000. The highest prhJed plan would be transferring excess secondary treatment to Clark County AWT facility for treatment and discharge. The report states that Henderson's needs are immediate and the recommended plan shows a clear and substantial advantage in cost-effectiveness over alternatives involving regional participation. .An analysis shows the population could be 81,000 by the year 2000. The current population level is estimated-to be in the mid twenties. *'This rapid change in population requires the staging of wastewater facilities so that an excessive cost burden due to unused future capacity is riot incurred by the present population." the report states. Financing of wastewater facilities construction costs would be from general oblige-' tion bonds. Foe Hi,nderson. the e^ftimated increase in annual debt service to raise the funds necessary to cover construction costs and provide some measure o.f contingency, a total of $4.25 million, is $46.38 per year or $3.86 per month per user based on a 1982 estimate of 8.650 accounts, "This inrease is well within the Acceptable standards," the report states. Operation and maintenance costs would be covered by revenues from monthly billings to system users. The current rate is $4 per month. Overall, the estimated average total increase in individual user costs following initial implementation of the project would be $8.05 per month. The Henderson costs would still be below the county average. PROCLAMATION FOR STATE CONFAB A proclamation for the State porks and recreation association conference which begins today wos signed this week by Mayor Pro Tom Lorno Kesterson, From left are Dundee Jones, host director for the conference, and Tom Newrr>an, program director.