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1979-05-10 - Henderson Home News

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1979-05-10 - Henderson Home News
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Zenoff, Morry ( Columnist )
Kesterson, Lorna ( Columnist )
Jeffrey, Jack ( Columnist )
Campbell, Bob ( Columnist )
Lindsey, Robert ( Columnist )
Raymond, Flo ( Columnist )
Bennett, L. Jessie ( Columnist )
Eckley, Jean ( Columnist )
Von Dornum, Rae ( Columnist )
Brossell Crook, Clara ( Columnist )
Stafford, Mary ( Columnist )
Newton, Ernest L. ( Columnist )
Laxalt, Paul ( Columnist )
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" • wp I Somt pNpl hwt Mimtd that diamondi grow if Itft UMlHturbad in th toil. a BDRM. 1 BATH HOUSE FOR RENT Urge fenced yard. PhMi-SOM FOR SALE BY OWNER im maculate 2 yr. old B.C Lewis home. So. hosp.,near golf course and schools. 3 bdrm., 2 bath fam. rm.. form, dining, dbl gar, auto sprinklers, landscaped with wall Exceptional appearance and neighborhood 2a3-2aM B C WAREHOUSE k DELIVERY MAN Must have 2 yrsr. residency. High School education 4 Nev Driver's License. Apply in person at McMahan's Purn Store. 147 Water St.. Hdn. WILL DEAL: Want 25 gal. Butane Tank. Have two 5 gal. tanks. Ph 565-9823. Hdn THREE BDRM IH bath IViyr old corner house. Sprinklers, fenced all around. Horizon Park Area l*% As sumption Call 56S-9829 Hdn BEAUTIFUL 28 FT Sycamore Mh Wheel Travel Trailer Totally self contained. Also 1974 Ford Pickup Newly rebuilt engine. 585-9607. Hdn. FOR SALE Matching sleeper couch, c(iair and ottoman. Like new, $200 293-471S BC BABYSITTER WANTED for the summer, 3 children, must be mature and rtliable 293-3973 B r HOUSE FOR RENT 3 bdrm., 2 bath, $400 OO a month, Hrst, last and cleaning deposit. 293 1247 or (213) 339^74. WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME Days. Licensed. Call 565-9242 Hdn THREE BDRM HOUSE Hen derson area for rent References please 565 0537 CHECK THIS Ut in Kanarraville, Utah with .septic tank $5500 If you want a 3-bedroon) trailer, already on the lot. and the lot. $13,000. 565-7104 TRAILER FOR SALE 1964 Belmont 10x50 2 bdrm very good condition $3,000 Call S4 2626 or 565 0533 Hdn. B JENSEN 'S REALTY WATHL HENDERSON, NV. 89015 D. "JIM" JiNSCN BROKC* t 564-3333 3 U{ SPiaM OF THE WEEK OWNER BOUGHT AND IS ANXIOUS TO SELL this 4 bdrm., 1\ bath home in very desirable area Carpet and drapes throughout Mirrored walls 2 car garage, covered patio. Shows well Call Sue 564-3333 BEAUTIFUL 4 BDRM 2 bath home in Section 27. Spacious custom built home with many exclusive features Corral for Horses Exquisite fireplace, huge family room, housewife's dream for a kitchen and much, much more .-Vdjomingacre may be purchased to make this a one acre ranch CallJim 564-3333 I 3,e00SQ FT STORE FOR LEASE in newly remodeled ShoppingCenter CallS64-3333formore information. BEATTHE HE \T in this beauuful pool with a private area Custom built 3 bdrm 2 bath home in Section 19. Fireplace, vacuum system, intercom, two car garage, automatic garage door opener Call for an appointment 564-3333 I NEW 2 BDRM HOME in fast growinK area Great starter house Upgraded carpelmfi throughout Solid birch cabinets This is a real buy at $33,000 00 I Call Randy 564-3333 SEARCHLIGHT PROPERTY AVAILABLE Commer cial and residential lots Call Al 564-3333 I POPULAR HIGHLAND HILLS MODEL 3 bdrm l\ I bath Nice family home Large yard with fenced rear and sides Big country kitchen, fireplace, carpets, I drapes and much more CallAl 564-3333 DRASTIC PRICE REDUCTION on a ,3 bdrm 2 bath home in Section 27 Beautiful fireplace and kitchen 400 seautirul panoramic view $25,000 Ml PROPERTY -On Sunset Road 15.000 sq ft building space on approx. 2.5 acres Please call for appt 565-8916 TWO BEDROOM H6ME • On Cul de Sac with additional lot suitable for building. This well kept home has l>7 baths. 2 car earage and 2 car carport. Call Morrell Realty for ap pointment HORSE COUNTRY Beautiful 3 bdrm 2 fuH hath home in Section 27. This large home has many amenities including 600 sq ft basement, sunken tub in master bdrm and much more 56516 3 27 ACRES Next to Palm Mortuary Beautiful parcel with potential for reioning 285 x500 Look into the future and invest in land. „ MOBILE HOME k LOT In Henderson Trailer Estates 2 bdrm 1 \ bath Well kept with lots of shade trees Compleuiy fenced. Affordably priced at $29,900 SECTION 27 -• Three bedroom. 2 full bath, 2car garage on 4 acre Separate family and dining rooms Bay window in formal dining room and large covered patio $85,500 TWO BDRM TOWNSITE-Great assumption Close to town and shopping New roof Only $41,500 LAS VEGAS TOWNHOUSE Two bdrm 1 bath Profes sionally decorated and landKaped. $56,900 24 ACRES Near Paradise Spa. between 1-15* LV. Blvd So Zoned RE Call for complete details "Morrell RMify o HMStsoM Wor^' IVAIYN MORREU BROKER PHColt 564-1754 Barbara McNair 283-4274 Millie Potter MMm Chuck Trueworthy 564-1013 Mac McCurry S65-M09 _J)avid_A Crine 565-6095 42 WATIi ST., HENOfRSON, NEVADA 5S-f916 TtMsdoy, May I, 1979 AaiON AUaiONEERING has moved to o Now Locotioh. Wo aro now locotod at 1100 N. Boplder Highway in Hondoreon. (Formorly Colos Camper Sales). Wo aro now accepting consignments for our next Auction. Auctions will be hold every Saturday at 1 p.m. beginning Moy 12. FOR INFORMATION CALL DARWIN BIBLE: A ACTION UCTIONEERING 1100 N. Boulder Hwy., Henderson, Nv. 565-8829 FREE UTIL. Artist Studio. Only $150 Call now Prestige Rentals. 457-4733. GARAGE SALE: 30 Lowery St, May 11, 12, k 13. Platform rocker, maple rocker. Slim Gym, wigs, large mirror, lumber, small hand tool.s. money changer for slots. Miscellaneous items. Hdn. ^^fc^t**M*%MLH.i— • >ifftB^T|,, GREAT NEVADA PROPERTIES CO. REALTORS 385-1033 For alt your Ral Estatt needs, buying, ML ling, business opportunities, etc. In Boulder City, Henderson phone Bill Trelease, Associate 293-1471 B APT FOR RENT IN MENDER SON. 2 bdrm unf Washerdryer, refrig stove, garbage disposal. Fairly new. $260 mo. plus security deposit Call 8764887 or leavemessage FOR your rock & sand needs, call Farso Pacific Rock and Sand 564 2250 6am to4pJn MOBILE DELIGHT $160 2 big bdrm air. yard for pet Prestige Rentals 457 4733 FOR RENT • 2 bdrm duplex One child Nopets $300.1st mo in advance. $100 security depo.sit, $75 cleaning For appointment Call 565-9014 Hdn FREE: 4 yr old German Shepherd Loves children Call after S 30 pm 565-0219 Hdn NEEDED IMMEDIATELY, live in babysitter, housekeeper, non • drinking reliable person, rm and brd. possibly small salary to, start 293 1471 FOR SALE BY OWNER Lewis Home 4 bdrm 2 bth. den. new 18 X 26 fam. room w-flreplace Gas k Efec. Lawn front it back. Fruit trees & trees, storage shed k clo.se to schools $51,500. Ph 5650137. Hdn FOR SALE. 10 ft. camper shell. $200, nts wide pick up bed Oak bunk bds dres.ser with mattresses. $200 293-4478 BC „SMALL SPA. fiberglass, fully equipped 293-1832 BC FREE TO GOOD HOME 3 cats 6 wks. 1 yr 2 yrs. old. Ph 56^7319 Hdn Are you living with a Drinking Problem"' If so. why not try Al Anon Meet ings are Tues. 10 am St Timothy's Episcopal Church Tues 8pm Club. 51 Water St Wed 7 30 p.m. St. Rose de Lima Hosp For more in formation, call 565-9961 FOR SALE USED PONTOON BOAT: 28 FOOT, rebuilt with new factory made aluminum pontoons; twin 35's, completely fenced for safety; shade top for sleeping, diving. See at Weekender Boat Shop on Boulder Highway. Henderson. $4,000 CASH. Private owner. Ask Bill Reynoldsiiboutit. FOR RENT HENDERSON Brand new 3 4 4 bdrm homes Nice neighborhood, near park Some with Las Vegas & Mtn. Views. $450. per mo k up Groot Novodo Properties Co. 564-2878 REALTORS 385-1033 CARD SALE, closing out Mother's Day. Father's Day. Graduation 4 price NEVADA JEWELERS BC TOWING BUSINESS Boulder City Area, includes 3 trucks. Nevada, PSC Certificate, Owner Licensee 293 1622 BC 72 DODGE CHALLENGER, excel cond $2,000 293-4928 B.C ms Greenbriar. FOR SALE BY OWNER in Henderson Highland Hills. 4 bdrm 2 bath, custom drapes throughout, upgraded carpet, fully landscaped, auto, sprinklers system front 4 back, block wall 2 yrs old Immaculate. 614 Hidden Valley Dr. Hdn 565 6270 FOR SALE • 4 channel stereo system. Teac Reel 7". Pioneer Rec Kenwood Turn TbI JVC Graphic equalizer. 1 pr. Pioneer H PM lOOspkrs. 2JBL.spkrs., with 7" reels 293 3394 B C BC GINGERWOOD PARK, 1978, 14x65 Flamingo, 2 dr. I't bath. Appl.. skirting, awning, dbl. carport, extras, landscaped. 876-6996 293 S.'MO evenings — NEW HOME — I $43,600. Excellent location, 3 I bdrm., 1% bath, garage. I Move in in 60 days--pick your I own colors. Call 382-6446 or I evenings, 878-3371 < 878-2200. >ODOOBBOPI LICENSED REAL ESTATE! SALESPEOPLE NEEDED Up to 90% of commissions Call: ROBERTS REALTY 565-8947 For Rent 4 bdrm 2 bath $425 mo 564 3052 Avail im mediately Hdn $100 dam age deposit. BOOKKEEPER Call 564 2210 WANTED IBOBOBBOt WANTED Experienced hairdresser w-fol lowing Full or part time Witche's Hut Beauty Salon 5650158 Hdn NOW ACCEPTING APPLICA TIONS FOR SEAMSTRES SES Apply in person at 575 W Lake Mead Dr. 564 2621 Hdn Women. Men want a professional opport for unlimited earnings with largest multi lines company'* Best train ing with starting salary to $15,000 We prepare you for state lest PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COMPANY Call 735 6535 Jesse E Pet tey CLU MOTEL MAID WANTED 4 5 days per week Experience preferred Townhouse Motel 73 Water St. Hdn BC VILLE DEL PR ADO. HOME 4 mos old. 2 bdrm. 2 hath corner lot. under warranty $63,000 293 5260 FOR RENT Offices under con struction in Henderson 400 sq ft $200 per mo Ph 564 SU) MOBILE HOME 72 Freedom Dbl width. 24x64 3 bdrm. 2 bath, dbl aircond. washerdryer, dishwasher, block wall 56S-710S FOR S ALE I'i acres. $4900 or2 acre $7500 Water and electricty, low taxes 3600 ti elev clean air 42 miles from Boulder City Terms available 9ox 485 Dolan Springs Ariz 86441 or call 602 787-3583 BC 2 BDRM BRICK HOME Only $285 Prestige Rentals. 457-4713 Boulder City Custom 4 bdrm 2'i bth home in new pretigi ousarea. Belowappraisalat $125,000 Ph 293 .3046 BC REALTORS I2SW.LoktMMdDf., • 565-8947 • WARM k COZY' describes the earth tones and pride of ownership in this spacious three bedroom. 2 bath Desert Hills home Established neighborhood with large trees and mature shrubs Large living and family rooms $d6.000evcs. call 564-2332 VIEW OF A LIFETIME! Magnificently situated on IH acres, this custom four bedroom. 3 bath with mother in law quarters has a fabulous gourmet kitchen with center island and custom cabinets Sunken dining room, double fireplace. lar game room plus much more' Priced $119,000 Eves call 564 2332 9ORGEOUS EXECUTIVE HOME! on tt Acre lot Two large master bedrooms, separate ofTice. formal diniBi area off the enourmovs livingroom Family room with wtt bar and fireplace Asking price only $30 a square foot' $M.000 eves Call 964^2332 5 ACRES SECTION 4 Beautiful view of the Valley. Eves call 565 6897 C 2 BOULDER HIGHWAY PROP ERTY Call office for more informa tion Eves Call 565 6897 NEW OTTAWA!' Never been lived in' Extra large master bedroom, double fireplace and a super assumption Priced $89,900 Eves, call 293 5482 GOOD FAMILY HOME!' Close to school and shopping 3 bcdrooat • 1^ kaths with range, re friftrator. carpeting, plus big fenced yard All this for only •9.000 BM Call M^mn PARADISE HILLS $35,000 5 Acres PAHRUMP 5acres $14,000 Good terms CAU FOI ntff MAIMT ANALYSIS OF YOUl HOME. Vitii IndiMn. tnk— S4S-MI1 ..$M)N8 M4-S4U 191-S441 :^^ iters Rck Zike In Primary ^.^M pOfvlsr Md oWt U ZiiM W09 roMffilsod onow gh to get •nowgli votft to win it in tho primory ... • roro hopptnttonco and a tottimoniol to itit stand Our roving rtportort toll ut tho Kono ot ooch polling plac* was homo to%vn in irnntli, busy at timos host suited for o workingmon's town, ond tho crows hondled thoir choros liko tho votonim thoy oro. This fine turnout Tucsdoy >• though 44 por cont augurs well for the June finols and tho citiMns of our booming city dosorvo tho pots on tho bock the candidatt* sought and some got. The winnon in tlM primary •• Oory Price to run against Ray Ovnh in Ward 2. and Phil Stout to run agoinst Kon Anderson in Word 1 are to be praised for their good, clean, cloor campaigning. Tho losers Jim lolk, Corelo Defue, Jofome Ooddis and Floyd Osborn ... in Word one and Olen Neilson and Randall Woetton in Ward 2 and Ray Currier, Richard Innott and Don Richard dosorvo thanb for offtrii^ to servo. rer eloctlon day •• is freedom doy >• tho poopios'day to run the govemmonf • They're criticising Janet Sobel for asking the logisloture to allow ieuider City and Henderson to hove tlioir own school boards. Thoy'ro criticising hor because she sits on ftie school beard as oseistotif |N!sidont ond she is thofofeio sdi to bo unfaithful to tho cause, .rr Jonei^^fpsel is iMlng molignod because aho sees something nocossory to bo done for the pvb> lie good, des pit e whot it could do porsonolly far hor or the present tetwp en tlie board. Janet Sokol knows loulder City ono ttonflerson parents and ConkonPoffol SitlNOIRr of the valuations were for new home construction. There were 217 permits issued with a valuation of $9,068,627. The building figures for the month of April for last year were $4,852,489. There were 21 permits is-l sued for swimming pools with; a valuation of $169,438. There were 3898 inspections for the month, 21 clean • up violations and 13 compliances. WITH WltKlT tMOemi HfMIW IWCIUDI MIKH*WTI MISSAQH THAI UIVI U lOMO MOMII IN THl NINOmOfMOUlNI CUT ana. Nt^DEUOS %EtOi( Honn Not Rned by lema Ksttenen Bet^ Hoon stood with tears running (Jown her ftce Tuesday as Judge Jim Jensen excused her of any fine on a charge of failure to provide sufficient shelter for scores of animals housed at her Animal Adoptions Ud. Honn was convicted in March of the charges which were brought as a result of an investigation by the Clarlc County Humane Society. Jensen said."Thfr court toured your (Honn's) facility Monday and 1 have to commend-you." Jensen said that Honn had made many improvements since the pictures of the place he had seen when Honn came to trial. "You're doing a great job in my opinion, and if the people who are finding fault with you would worli with you to improve the facility then we all would benefit," Jensen said. "A court fine would not help what you are trying to do." Jensen said it is up to die city building and police department to police the area. He said he hoped she would continue to improve the area. Following court Honn's attorney John Fadgen said, "We're happy with the results and what Jensen said .in court is exactly right." However, he said he would file an appeal to the guilty verdict in district court. Honn said she was happy with the Judge's decision* "I want everyone to know the truth about my place," Honn said after court. If anyone wants to see it for themselves instead of taking what they read for truth, they can call me and I will take them on a tour." "I'd be happy to deh." she uid. Following court, Honn and her attorney went to the building and planning departments to get architectural approval for a bunk house for the animal adoption center. A TRUE FISH STORY Would you believe this 45-pound bey caught this 28 pound fish? Ifs true. Six-year-old Bryan Atitinson hooiced this striped bass in Black Canyon last Friday night. His father, Gory Atkinson helped him in with it. If s a proud trophy for the youth whose 45-pound weight is fully dressed with hit shoes en. Henderson Businessman LeRoy Zike, with 60.2 percent of the vote, won the ward 4 council seat in the primary election, and the two incumbent councilmen in wards 1 and 2 are still in the running. Incumbent Phil Stout in Ward 1 came in second to Kent Anderson who is making his first bid into politics. Anderson gathered 831 vbtes to 739 for Stout. Councilman Gary Price kept a healthy lead over his challengers and came just short of receiving enough votes to win in the primary election and not have to run in the general. Price received 1,117 votes to 636 for his closest challenger Ray Crunk. The two will compete in the general election June 5. Two candidates endorsed by the police and firemottfailed to make it to the general election. Municipal Judge Jim Jensen, who was unchallenged, won 2,014. Only 2,506 of Henderson's 5,618 registered voters made it to the polls, making it 44.6 per cent of the voters. The vote was as follows. Ward 1 Votes Per Cent Ward 2 Crunk Neilson Price Wootton Ward 4 636 200 1.117 483 261 8.2 45.9 19.8 Currier 228 9.4 Inness 339 14.0 Richard 398 16.4 Zike 1,458 60.2 Judge Jensen 2.014 Car Pool Ads Free Because of the energy crunch and the difficulty everyone is having getting gas, this newspaper is offering its columns free for anyone wishing to advertise for a ride or to pool their car. For this service, just call our office and tell us what time you go each day and where and how much space is available, and where best to meet. The phone number in Henderson is 654-1881 and in Boulder City, 293-2302. Use our newspapers to get a ride or offer a ride to your fellow townspeople. Jeffrey Optimistic For Community College By Jack Jeffrey Assemblyman, District 22 As this report is written, the 1979 session of the Nevada Legislature is entering its last two weeks with encouraging progress being made in many areas of special significance to the residents of Henderson, Boulder City and the outlying valleys. Community College In earlier reports I commented on the efforts of Assemblyman Nash Sena and myself to secure a legislative okey for a Community College in Henderson. At that time the reaction by many legislators was lukewarm at best, and I cautioned that although we were committed to an all-out effort on the issue, we were in an uphill battle and faced poor chances of success. Since that bleak time early in the session we have made significant progress, with many of our colleagues now convinced of the need for a Community College in Henderson. Many members of the Assembly Ways and Means Committee and the Senate Finance Committee have pledged their support, and I am more optomistic today than ever before in my three terms in the Assembly. Desening special recognition for his hard work in behalf of the Henderson Community College is Father Caesar Caviglia, who was in Carson City last week working for the college. Father Caviglia would put the best lobbyist in Carson City to shame in terms of hard work and effectiveness. Tai Relief The Assembly and Senate Taxation Committees ^re completing work on the most significant tax relief package SM JfPFItY Cent, o Anderson 831 32.7 Balk __410_^ ^_—me — TJePew 208 8.4 Gaddis 16 .6 Osborn 266 10.8 Stout 739 29.9 11 i L '-"^ '^ —•'^-"

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^jVff**^-^*fr*^"^ --rtf/^ ^ •**wi Niw Ntws. Htndtnen, Hitmd* Pag2 ifi Happening in Henderson VWWWWISWIft^UUWillWWIWWlW^WWWWJMMUW aPBp By Bob Campbell, City Manager A TOTAL 1979-80 BUDGET of $13.9 million for the City of Henderson has been adopted by the City Council. General operational expenditures show an increase of 9.4 per cent over the current year. This is a conservative increase given growth and inflation factors, but one that is in keeping with the apparent mood of the "tax revolt". Further budget adjustments may be necessary depending on actions by the Nevada Legislature. The PITTMAN IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM became reality when a contract for the first phase of street improvements was let to Las Vegas Paving. OTHER GOOD NEWS Sister Riccarda _Nomed to IVonien Helpina Women' Sitf Ikcofdo MoMky Sister Riccarda Moseley, who established Regina Hall in Henderson, and is project manager of Regina Hall of Washoe County, was named as the 1979 recipient of the "Women Helping Women" award, presented by the Soroptimist International of Reno. In 1975, Sister Riccarda was selected by the Soroptimist club of Henderson as the recipient of the Woman pf the Year award in the humanitarian and community service field. Sister Riccarda. a member of the Francis Sisters of Perpetual Adoration, is project manager of Regina Hall of Washoe County, a nonprofit residential facility for young women. She is a member of Nevada's Crime Commission and has spent many years working with juvenile delinquent women. Regina Hall is the third institutional facility co-founded by Sister Riccarda. The others are in Henderson and Spokane. Wash. The Soroptimist Women Helping Women award program honors women who have made outstanding contributions to the improvement of the role of women in the community. came with word that our second round of funding was also approved at slightly over $211,000. These grants, combined with the $100,000 plus park improvements, will keep that area busy for the next year or so, and probably longer depending on additional grants. The City has reached TENTATIVE AGREEMENTS with five of the collective bargaining units representing various personnel groups. The contracts are all staggered •so they all won't come due at the same time again -and generally fall within the Presidential guidelines for wage settlements. The BEST NEWS OF ALL, since it relates to the overall "health" of city government, was when Henderson reWest World ^Tentative ApproYol The City Council gave tentative approval Monday night to West World (formerly Old Vegas) to operate three "21" games. They voted to approve the request pending approval from the Nevada Gaming Commission. Tentative approval was also -given to add the naffie of Burt Sugarman to the existing licenses for gaming and liquor, again pendfng the commission's approval. In other actions the council: —Gave tentative approval pending final building department approval for a retail beverage license for Circle K Corporation at 1324 Boulder Highway. —Approved United Coin Machine Co. to place three slot machines at the Circle K Store on Boulder Highway when the store opens —.Approved an ordinance restricting parking of motor vehicle in spaces designated and reserved for the physucally handicapped, and authorizing enforcement on private property with the consent of the propertv ovnpr I, I9SI Pubtiikcd rvrry Turstfof and Thursdaj, mnrninc tt 22 Water Slrecl. Htndcnon Nrvd. MOIS Ptiont M 1881 MORBY ZlSOrr Editor k Publuhcr Lorna KrMrrioii Uanafinl Editor 4 Cf nrral Manafrr Miry Stafford Editorial Happy Prble Advrtmng Manar RosaUc StiKki Bookkpr If ASMSUM General Nna(rr Kit WillitiM nd Urry Kittcll Cirrulalion Entered at the pot) olTtet in Hendenon Nevada w Mcood riau natter on Juae 1.19S1 SUBSCRIPTION BATES MAIL SIB-SCRIPTIONS All Phnioi taken hy the Hen derson Home .News slafTfor use or possible use in thi<> newk paper dre the >ole property of the Henderson Home News The HenderMJn Home News a!iumrs no finanrUI reipooiibility for errors in advertise ments We will reprint without rhirce or cancel the charge for that portion of the advertise ment which li in error if the Home Newt it at fault OMTnr l> 100 too 400 M totaf 111 fl ttmptt fi M It V ••• ceived bond ratings of Aand Baa 1 ft-om the New York firms of Standard and Poor's and Moody's. These are the highest ratings Henderson has received, and contributed to the very favorable 6.31 per cent interest rate on the first $1.5 million of water and sewer improvement bonds. The end result is a savings of thousands of dollars to the community over the life of the bonds. A contract for construction ofa WATER SYSTEM in Section 4 (south of Highway 41) has been let. This was made possible through the formation of an assessment district, and will open up another beautiful area for development. Cost estimates are now being compiled for creating as assessment district for various improvements in the Paradise Hills area. SHOULD THE CITY BE IN THE CONSTRUCTION BUSINESS was a major consideration during the preparation of the upcoming budget. Over the past few years the limited City field crews have become more involved in construction while needed maintenance went wanting. The issue came to a head due to the condition of some major pieces of e^ttipment City Council consensus in adopting the budget was that the City could not afford to stay in construction, and that it could better be done by private enterprise. The Council plans to appoint a committee to work with the staff on developing a plan to "phase out" of the construction business. The FUTURE OF HENDERSON rests in large part on the 201 Wastewater Facilities Plan that is now being discussed. The plan calls for local treatment of sewage with reuse of the effluent on parks, golf courses, and highway medians. This proposal is the least costly of other alternatives that we analyzed. A continued pattern of HEALTHY DEVELOPMENT seems evident upon a review of construction for the first few months of 1979. In April we had a total of $9.7 million in construction permits, including 215 new homes. This brings our four month total to $31.5 million $14.7 same time last year) and 602 dwelling units (320 last year same time). As Henderson grows, so does our need for COMPUTER CAPABILITV. The present IBM System 32 is overloaded with over 200 programs of all types. A new System 34 has been authorized by the Council, and will be delivered this summer. Lorin L. Williams, Mayor; Phil Stout, Councilman; Lorna Kesterson, Council^ woman; Gary Price, Councilman; Carlton D. Lawrence, Councilman; Bob Campbell, City Manager. Chism Homes Mokes High Bid For 40 Acres Ten bids were received Monday night for 40 acres of land in Section 29 which Chism Homes had previously requested the city to sell. Prices ranged from $16,500 an acre to under $6,000 an acre which was the minimum price. High bid came from Chism Homes with their offer of $660,000 for the 40 acre parcel. The next highest bidder was Metropolitan Development Corporation with a $15,000 per acre figure. Other bidders included Las Vegas Building and Development with $7,150 per acre, Monty R. Young at $10,000 per acre, an Orem, Utah company at $12,000 an acre. Black Mountain Realty with $10,375 per acre. Lewis Homes at $13,268 oer acre. Charles H. Myers Construction Co. at $12,000 an acre, American Nevada. Corporation at $8,000 per acre and Fidelity Realty, $5,462.40 per acre. The council referred the bids to the city staff for recommendations. In other actions the council: —Approved Schedule 11 of the Pittman project. —Awarded the American Bristol Ind. Inc. the contract for a new air compressor, purification system and air monitoring equipment for the fire department for $6,948. —Approved to convey an easement of .048 acres in Sec. 30 to C.P. National. —Approved cooperative agreements with the Regional Street and Highway Commission. Council Approves Contracts With Five City Unions Contracts for five city bargaining units for the coming fiscal year were approved by the city council Monday night, staggered so that the city will not again be negotiating with all units at the same time. Only the contract with the firefighters remains to be finalized. The council approved a three year contract with the city's blue collar workers, clerical and technical and supervisory employees, represented by the Teamsters. A two year contract was approved for the police supervisors group and a one year agreement with the police officer's association. City Manager, Bob Campbell called the contracts reasonable in an inflationary period Don Grifiie of the Firefighters Union, challenged the council's approval of the contracts stating that it was "unfair, we haven't settled our contracts yet." He said his union was being discriminated against. City Manager Bob Campbell said yesterday he is seeking legal information as to whether Grifiie violated labor practices in making the charge. The blue collar and supervisory personnel will receive a 14.7 per cent increase in wages over the next two years, while clerical and technical workers will get 14.50 percent raises during the same period. Police supervisors, including police lieutenants and the deputy public safety director, will get 13.8 percent increases in wages spread over the next two years. Police officers will get an annual salary increase of 7.95 per cent, according to their one year contract. JimtEY Ctnt. frm pog 1 in Nevada history. While details have not been worked out completely, Nevadans can expect a significant reduction in property taxes, as well as certain other taxes. Ti On FM| Part of ti^e tax reduction package ii a bill to allow the voters to repeil the sales tax on food at the earliest possible time. The bill, which may be signed into law by the time this report is read, would allow for a vote of the people in the June elections. Mobiit Hemt Ugiilotien One of the burning issues during this session has revolved around abuses by certain landlords of mobile home parks. The Commerce Committee, of which I am chairman, has held extensive hearings on all aspects of the problems. Some tenant groups strongly urged rent control legislation, while some other groups virutally urged that nothing be done. Our committee agreed strongly that there were, in fact, severe abuses being heaped upon some mobile home residents by a few landlords who were more interested in obtaining outrageous profits than in achieving a decent landlordtenant relationship. We recommended two bills _both of which were pas sed by the Assembly last week ~ to protect the rights of mobile home residents. One would add eight new points to the Mobile Home LandlordTenant .\ct. The second would allow the local officials in every city and county to establish a grievance procedure board to review individual cases of alleged abuse. The grievance board, it should be noted, would not be a rent control board, but it should serve as a warning to any unscrupulous mobile home park owner that mobile home rent control could become a reality during the 1981 legislative session if they don't get their act together and realize that mobile home residents have rights too. URS Official to Address Chamber Jeffery L. Yarme, professional engineer of the URS Company, will speak to the Henderson Chamber of Commerce membership luncheon Thurs., May 10 at noon at the Eldorado Club. Yarme will speak on the recently completed study for wastewater for the City of Henderson. The study was started three years ago by the City and the draft was completed last month. There will be nominations to fill five vacancies on the Chamber Board of Directors. The nominating committee has already proposed the names of Glen Taylor of BMI; Duane Laubach, Henderson Realty; Jack Elliott, J and K Pharmacy; Gerald Welt, Attorney Chartered; Ben Stepman, Ben Stepman Dodge; Sister Maureen Comer, St. Rose de Lima hospital; Lynn Martindale, Frontier Floral; Bill Merrell, Bill Merrell's TV and appliance; Artie Cannon, Cannon's Shady Rest Motel; Ben Sweet, land surveyor; Henry Falvey, Ace Auto Supply; Fred Martin, Valley Bank; Bob Swadell, Boat Barn; Blake Esauk, Blake's Holiday Marine and Clay Johnson, Continental Telephone. Thun^, Msy 10, If7f "MOMY" Cnt. from Ng 1 the makeup of the two communititt •• betH of which ore homo • town loving pooplot WIM core only to givo thoir children HM very belt in oilucotion and under coniiitiont thot are controiabio by the voices of the por> onH on a inear the present city of Henderson. In October 1942 Rev. Roy Crouch, representing the Federal Council of Churches thiough its Home Mission Council in Los Angeles, conducted a religious survey of the area. On November 9, 4942, 84 persons met with Rev. Crouch at the Townsite School and signed a petitKMi requesting that an Inter-denominational church be formed under the Federal Council of Churches of California. The signers represented ten Protestant daoominatk>ns: 26 Methodists, 14 Baptists. 11 Presbyterians. 7 Episcopalians, 14 Christians, 2 Fundamentalists. 2 Universalists. 1 Community Church. I United Brethren. 1 Lutheran. S not indicated. On November IS,. 1942 the church was duly organized and called Basic Community Church. An Advisory Council was elected and Rev. Crouch accepted a call to serve as pastor for six months. The following week a Sunday School was organized with officers and teachers. The church was not self-supporting at first. The First Methodist Church of Las Vegas and the Grace Community Church of Boulder City gave assistance; mission funds from the denominations represented were advanced through theMi$sk>n Council. •
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^jVff**^-^*fr*^"^ --rtf/^ ^ •**wi Niw Ntws. Htndtnen, Hitmd* Pag2 ifi Happening in Henderson VWWWWISWIft^UUWillWWIWWlW^WWWWJMMUW aPBp By Bob Campbell, City Manager A TOTAL 1979-80 BUDGET of $13.9 million for the City of Henderson has been adopted by the City Council. General operational expenditures show an increase of 9.4 per cent over the current year. This is a conservative increase given growth and inflation factors, but one that is in keeping with the apparent mood of the "tax revolt". Further budget adjustments may be necessary depending on actions by the Nevada Legislature. The PITTMAN IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM became reality when a contract for the first phase of street improvements was let to Las Vegas Paving. OTHER GOOD NEWS Sister Riccarda _Nomed to IVonien Helpina Women' Sitf Ikcofdo MoMky Sister Riccarda Moseley, who established Regina Hall in Henderson, and is project manager of Regina Hall of Washoe County, was named as the 1979 recipient of the "Women Helping Women" award, presented by the Soroptimist International of Reno. In 1975, Sister Riccarda was selected by the Soroptimist club of Henderson as the recipient of the Woman pf the Year award in the humanitarian and community service field. Sister Riccarda. a member of the Francis Sisters of Perpetual Adoration, is project manager of Regina Hall of Washoe County, a nonprofit residential facility for young women. She is a member of Nevada's Crime Commission and has spent many years working with juvenile delinquent women. Regina Hall is the third institutional facility co-founded by Sister Riccarda. The others are in Henderson and Spokane. Wash. The Soroptimist Women Helping Women award program honors women who have made outstanding contributions to the improvement of the role of women in the community. came with word that our second round of funding was also approved at slightly over $211,000. These grants, combined with the $100,000 plus park improvements, will keep that area busy for the next year or so, and probably longer depending on additional grants. The City has reached TENTATIVE AGREEMENTS with five of the collective bargaining units representing various personnel groups. The contracts are all staggered •so they all won't come due at the same time again -and generally fall within the Presidential guidelines for wage settlements. The BEST NEWS OF ALL, since it relates to the overall "health" of city government, was when Henderson reWest World ^Tentative ApproYol The City Council gave tentative approval Monday night to West World (formerly Old Vegas) to operate three "21" games. They voted to approve the request pending approval from the Nevada Gaming Commission. Tentative approval was also -given to add the naffie of Burt Sugarman to the existing licenses for gaming and liquor, again pendfng the commission's approval. In other actions the council: —Gave tentative approval pending final building department approval for a retail beverage license for Circle K Corporation at 1324 Boulder Highway. —Approved United Coin Machine Co. to place three slot machines at the Circle K Store on Boulder Highway when the store opens —.Approved an ordinance restricting parking of motor vehicle in spaces designated and reserved for the physucally handicapped, and authorizing enforcement on private property with the consent of the propertv ovnpr I, I9SI Pubtiikcd rvrry Turstfof and Thursdaj, mnrninc tt 22 Water Slrecl. Htndcnon Nrvd. MOIS Ptiont M 1881 MORBY ZlSOrr Editor k Publuhcr Lorna KrMrrioii Uanafinl Editor 4 Cf nrral Manafrr Miry Stafford Editorial Happy Prble Advrtmng Manar RosaUc StiKki Bookkpr If ASMSUM General Nna(rr Kit WillitiM nd Urry Kittcll Cirrulalion Entered at the pot) olTtet in Hendenon Nevada w Mcood riau natter on Juae 1.19S1 SUBSCRIPTION BATES MAIL SIB-SCRIPTIONS All Phnioi taken hy the Hen derson Home .News slafTfor use or possible use in thi<> newk paper dre the >ole property of the Henderson Home News The HenderMJn Home News a!iumrs no finanrUI reipooiibility for errors in advertise ments We will reprint without rhirce or cancel the charge for that portion of the advertise ment which li in error if the Home Newt it at fault OMTnr l> 100 too 400 M totaf 111 fl ttmptt fi M It V ••• ceived bond ratings of Aand Baa 1 ft-om the New York firms of Standard and Poor's and Moody's. These are the highest ratings Henderson has received, and contributed to the very favorable 6.31 per cent interest rate on the first $1.5 million of water and sewer improvement bonds. The end result is a savings of thousands of dollars to the community over the life of the bonds. A contract for construction ofa WATER SYSTEM in Section 4 (south of Highway 41) has been let. This was made possible through the formation of an assessment district, and will open up another beautiful area for development. Cost estimates are now being compiled for creating as assessment district for various improvements in the Paradise Hills area. SHOULD THE CITY BE IN THE CONSTRUCTION BUSINESS was a major consideration during the preparation of the upcoming budget. Over the past few years the limited City field crews have become more involved in construction while needed maintenance went wanting. The issue came to a head due to the condition of some major pieces of e^ttipment City Council consensus in adopting the budget was that the City could not afford to stay in construction, and that it could better be done by private enterprise. The Council plans to appoint a committee to work with the staff on developing a plan to "phase out" of the construction business. The FUTURE OF HENDERSON rests in large part on the 201 Wastewater Facilities Plan that is now being discussed. The plan calls for local treatment of sewage with reuse of the effluent on parks, golf courses, and highway medians. This proposal is the least costly of other alternatives that we analyzed. A continued pattern of HEALTHY DEVELOPMENT seems evident upon a review of construction for the first few months of 1979. In April we had a total of $9.7 million in construction permits, including 215 new homes. This brings our four month total to $31.5 million $14.7 same time last year) and 602 dwelling units (320 last year same time). As Henderson grows, so does our need for COMPUTER CAPABILITV. The present IBM System 32 is overloaded with over 200 programs of all types. A new System 34 has been authorized by the Council, and will be delivered this summer. Lorin L. Williams, Mayor; Phil Stout, Councilman; Lorna Kesterson, Council^ woman; Gary Price, Councilman; Carlton D. Lawrence, Councilman; Bob Campbell, City Manager. Chism Homes Mokes High Bid For 40 Acres Ten bids were received Monday night for 40 acres of land in Section 29 which Chism Homes had previously requested the city to sell. Prices ranged from $16,500 an acre to under $6,000 an acre which was the minimum price. High bid came from Chism Homes with their offer of $660,000 for the 40 acre parcel. The next highest bidder was Metropolitan Development Corporation with a $15,000 per acre figure. Other bidders included Las Vegas Building and Development with $7,150 per acre, Monty R. Young at $10,000 per acre, an Orem, Utah company at $12,000 an acre. Black Mountain Realty with $10,375 per acre. Lewis Homes at $13,268 oer acre. Charles H. Myers Construction Co. at $12,000 an acre, American Nevada. Corporation at $8,000 per acre and Fidelity Realty, $5,462.40 per acre. The council referred the bids to the city staff for recommendations. In other actions the council: —Approved Schedule 11 of the Pittman project. —Awarded the American Bristol Ind. Inc. the contract for a new air compressor, purification system and air monitoring equipment for the fire department for $6,948. —Approved to convey an easement of .048 acres in Sec. 30 to C.P. National. —Approved cooperative agreements with the Regional Street and Highway Commission. Council Approves Contracts With Five City Unions Contracts for five city bargaining units for the coming fiscal year were approved by the city council Monday night, staggered so that the city will not again be negotiating with all units at the same time. Only the contract with the firefighters remains to be finalized. The council approved a three year contract with the city's blue collar workers, clerical and technical and supervisory employees, represented by the Teamsters. A two year contract was approved for the police supervisors group and a one year agreement with the police officer's association. City Manager, Bob Campbell called the contracts reasonable in an inflationary period Don Grifiie of the Firefighters Union, challenged the council's approval of the contracts stating that it was "unfair, we haven't settled our contracts yet." He said his union was being discriminated against. City Manager Bob Campbell said yesterday he is seeking legal information as to whether Grifiie violated labor practices in making the charge. The blue collar and supervisory personnel will receive a 14.7 per cent increase in wages over the next two years, while clerical and technical workers will get 14.50 percent raises during the same period. Police supervisors, including police lieutenants and the deputy public safety director, will get 13.8 percent increases in wages spread over the next two years. Police officers will get an annual salary increase of 7.95 per cent, according to their one year contract. JimtEY Ctnt. frm pog 1 in Nevada history. While details have not been worked out completely, Nevadans can expect a significant reduction in property taxes, as well as certain other taxes. Ti On FM| Part of ti^e tax reduction package ii a bill to allow the voters to repeil the sales tax on food at the earliest possible time. The bill, which may be signed into law by the time this report is read, would allow for a vote of the people in the June elections. Mobiit Hemt Ugiilotien One of the burning issues during this session has revolved around abuses by certain landlords of mobile home parks. The Commerce Committee, of which I am chairman, has held extensive hearings on all aspects of the problems. Some tenant groups strongly urged rent control legislation, while some other groups virutally urged that nothing be done. Our committee agreed strongly that there were, in fact, severe abuses being heaped upon some mobile home residents by a few landlords who were more interested in obtaining outrageous profits than in achieving a decent landlordtenant relationship. We recommended two bills _both of which were pas sed by the Assembly last week ~ to protect the rights of mobile home residents. One would add eight new points to the Mobile Home LandlordTenant .\ct. The second would allow the local officials in every city and county to establish a grievance procedure board to review individual cases of alleged abuse. The grievance board, it should be noted, would not be a rent control board, but it should serve as a warning to any unscrupulous mobile home park owner that mobile home rent control could become a reality during the 1981 legislative session if they don't get their act together and realize that mobile home residents have rights too. URS Official to Address Chamber Jeffery L. Yarme, professional engineer of the URS Company, will speak to the Henderson Chamber of Commerce membership luncheon Thurs., May 10 at noon at the Eldorado Club. Yarme will speak on the recently completed study for wastewater for the City of Henderson. The study was started three years ago by the City and the draft was completed last month. There will be nominations to fill five vacancies on the Chamber Board of Directors. The nominating committee has already proposed the names of Glen Taylor of BMI; Duane Laubach, Henderson Realty; Jack Elliott, J and K Pharmacy; Gerald Welt, Attorney Chartered; Ben Stepman, Ben Stepman Dodge; Sister Maureen Comer, St. Rose de Lima hospital; Lynn Martindale, Frontier Floral; Bill Merrell, Bill Merrell's TV and appliance; Artie Cannon, Cannon's Shady Rest Motel; Ben Sweet, land surveyor; Henry Falvey, Ace Auto Supply; Fred Martin, Valley Bank; Bob Swadell, Boat Barn; Blake Esauk, Blake's Holiday Marine and Clay Johnson, Continental Telephone. Thun^, Msy 10, If7f "MOMY" Cnt. from Ng 1 the makeup of the two communititt •• betH of which ore homo • town loving pooplot WIM core only to givo thoir children HM very belt in oilucotion and under coniiitiont thot are controiabio by the voices of the por> onH on a inear the present city of Henderson. In October 1942 Rev. Roy Crouch, representing the Federal Council of Churches thiough its Home Mission Council in Los Angeles, conducted a religious survey of the area. On November 9, 4942, 84 persons met with Rev. Crouch at the Townsite School and signed a petitKMi requesting that an Inter-denominational church be formed under the Federal Council of Churches of California. The signers represented ten Protestant daoominatk>ns: 26 Methodists, 14 Baptists. 11 Presbyterians. 7 Episcopalians, 14 Christians, 2 Fundamentalists. 2 Universalists. 1 Community Church. I United Brethren. 1 Lutheran. S not indicated. On November IS,. 1942 the church was duly organized and called Basic Community Church. An Advisory Council was elected and Rev. Crouch accepted a call to serve as pastor for six months. The following week a Sunday School was organized with officers and teachers. The church was not self-supporting at first. The First Methodist Church of Las Vegas and the Grace Community Church of Boulder City gave assistance; mission funds from the denominations represented were advanced through theMi$sk>n Council. •
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Mwiw NMvt, Mti4tfn. Ntvodo Thundoy, May 10, If79 Christiansen Hietbrink Toylor School PTA Holds First Annual Carnival Richard Dean Hietbrink Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hietbrink of 302 Nebraska, and Sandra Lynn Christiansen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larry G. Christiansen of 415 Emerald, have planned a May 19th wedding at Reformation Lutheran Church at4p m. The groom graduated fh>ro Basic High in 1976 and is now employed by C & E Construction as a carpenter. The bride -to-be will graduate June 1979. She is employed with Valley Bank of Nevada. The cecemony will be performed by Pastor J. Kenneth Edwins. After a honeymoon at Lake Tahoe, the couple will make their home in Henderson. Sandy Christiansen A Rkhard Hietbrink Sunshine Rebekah News The Sunshine Rebekah Lodge No. 41 held their regular meeting Tuesday, May 1. Business was held as usual with our Nobel Grand Laurel Nelson presiding over the meeting. Deana Shafer, Pat Gardner and Lily Myers g av e a Jlpther's^ Day program. Visiting firom the Glen Halla Intermediate Care facility was Hazel Elmer who is the mother of Deana Shafer and Pat GardnerNoble Grand Laurel Nelson presented each member of the lodge with a small plant. Pat Gardner was presented with a beautiful handmade knitted cape made by Doris Darnell and Laurel Nelson in thanks for a year well done when she served as DDP. A lifetime membership certificate was presented to Lily Myers for 37yers aTTRebelca h. to Clara Milsap for 30 years and to Hazel Elmer for 20 years. ._ Refreshments were served. Those attending were Laurel Nelson. Doris Darnell. Lily Myers, Pat Gardner, Deana Shafer, Clara Milsap, Penny Love, Alice Campbell, Feme Seifert, Lagola Gardner and Timmie Timmons. The next meeting will beheld May 15 It will be a Memorial Day meeting with a birthday party following. The Robert Taylor School PTA has aR> nounced their first annual carnival will be held this Saturday, May 12, at the school fVom 11 a.m. till 3 p.m. Oneofthehighlighuof the carnival will be a dunk tank starring principal Dale Riddle and Mr. Gillies. Other features will be hay rides, dune buggy rides, a cake walk, fish pond, dart throw, and even a spook alley. Prizes will be awarded to winners. Tickets are just 20 cents for participation in any one of the booths and rides. There will also be hamburgers, hot dogs, and cold drinks. Also featured will be a country store with home baked items plus gifts for Mother's and Fathers Day. Prices range from just 20 cents to $1.50. The parent participation in the planning and preparing of the carnival has been very gratifying and the teachers have all volunteered to work and help make this first carnival a complete success. COME TO THE CARNIVAL • Three Robert Taylor Elementary School students hold up signs which will be used at the school's PTA first annual carnival this Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Pictured oiv Phillip Goodwin, Gina Belch and Kenneth Taylor. A raffle will be held and tickets are just 50 cents each. First prize is a portable black nd white television set, second prize a Daiwa spinning reel and pole by Calrod plus 33 other prizes donated by local merchants such as gift certificates from Perry's Mens Shop, J & K Pharmacy, Rasco, Tree Houae and Kid Stuff, Vemay's, Safeway, and Crosby Music Centre. Albertson's is donafing a canned ham, Boulder Basic Texaco two lube jobs, oil and filter change as is Ashby's Chevron, a 110 pocket earners from Basic Photo, two dinner^ iVo.the Sands Hot^l tn^-! th Eldorado Club, a dinnt-: from Sa,mboi..a quilt from Mrs. Bernheisei's class, a flashlight from Western Auto, bowiinc games from Henrlcs-o^ Bowl, fVench fries from McDonalds, two cjkes from Pixie Bakery, plants from Anne:; Flowers and Flowerland and bottle of after bath spray from Isabelle's Beauty Salon. Since the gas shortage is limiting families in their weekend activities the carnival will be an ideal place to bring the family for a f\in place to have i good time together. Bonnie Wheot Enlists in Air Force Program ST. MARY THE VIRGIN (Cothelk Anglican) Mooting at Msgr. Ryon Holl, Maryland Pkwy. at Ookoy t t • I Sunday, 9:30 a.m^ High Moss (Nursery t CCD Classes, K^) Doily Mosses in Henderson (Colt for Schedule) f I Ff. Clark A. Tea, Paster rJPirt i itOory. 565-07 H Bonnie t Wheat, a former resident of Henderson, who now resides in the Shoshone Apartments. Kellogg, Idaho, enlisted in the U.S. Air Force's Delayed Enlistment Program, according toT. Sgt. Bob Shipp, air force recruiter in Coeur d'Alene. Idaho. Bonnie formerly lived at 137 Lake Mead Drive and is the daughter of the late Howard E. Wheat. She has a brother Dustin, and is currently residing with her grandmother, Nora B. Davis and aunt, Gloria Sherman. She lived in Henderson 14 years and attended Henderson schools. A 1975 graduate of Wallace high school. Miss Wheat is scheduled forenlistment in the regular air force in May. Upon graduation from the Air Force's six weeks basic training course, she will receive technical training in the administrative career field. She will be earning credits towards a twoyear associates degree while attending basic and other a^r force technical training school. This degree will be awarded through the Community College of the air force. How To Rghf, Sermon Topic The Community Church of Henderson, United Church of Christ, located at 27 E. Texas Ave., and Army St.. one block North of the Rainbow Club, would like to invite you to join the Sunday worship service which begins at lOiJOa.m. Rev. Bob*ichards will deliverhis sermon entitled How To Fight With Your Wife and your husband). This Sunday's service centers on the Festival of the Christian Home and Mother's Day. Sunday School is from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. There arc classes for three year olds thrii Sth grade. Presently the church is using the Joy Curriculum from the.Winston Press. The Women's Association meets the Jrd Wed. of each month at 1 p.m. in Gilbert Hall. The Women's Association is an active group which lends itself to Christian living and service. For the ladies that work during the day we ha*e an evening Christian fellow, ship for women, the Joy Fellowship. The Joy Fellowship meets the fourth Thursday of each month in members homes. If you have any <|uestions about the Community Church, please feel free to call the office, 565-8563. The office is open Monday 9-12 noon. Wednesday through Friday 9-12 noon. SOUTHERN NEVADA SAITOS WIN AT YOUTH FAIR • The newly formed Saltes, (which is German for Somersault) walked oH with many hortors in the tumhU Ing competition at the Youth Fair. Pictured from left, front row: Hollv Soeor. Jill Tetamonti ond Sheila Swonson. Middle row: Shelly Cordwell, Sharie Robinson, Tommy Flowers, Kim Haycock, Robbin Yancey and Traci Mohan. Bock row: Kelly Hair, Miriam Shields, Theresa Ramsey, Debbie LaMonico ond Vanessa Thomas. Lutheran Church News PIZZA LUCKY CLUB LOUNGE -MENU• PIZU •SAIAOS •SANDWICHES •ANTIPASTO CBLUT) 124 MARKET Sf. EAT M TAKE OUT DHMY -11 AW TO ID PM toPB: in Aerial Lineup gymnast Kim Chase. In her upper high school years she attained the elite level of competition which took her around the country. On one of these competitive trips she first met the coach who would bring her to Nevada. Dale Flansas, the coach of the UN Reno team. While attending at Reno Karen moved within the circle of the top twenty-five female gymnasts in the country, while at the same time entering the ranks ofNevada coaching as the head of the Winnemuca Tumbleweeds a team with which the Aerials have competed on both Class Iir and Class II levels. h was from this immediate background that-Karen has come to Henderson to now coach the Aerials gymnastic club which now numbers about -forty members including Class II competitors Rhonda Richter and Tina Frank. CAMERA GIRL By: Flo Raymond TODAY'S QlESTlOy: WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE BEVERAGE (ASIDE FROM WATER) OR DRINK SOFT OR OTHER. W4SE? HOW OFTEN DO YOU DRINK IT? OONNA RENTRIOS HOMEMAKER • COIAI I drink it cvtrydoy twice a day (16 ounct bettlti). I find the colas to be cooling and tnjoy th taste which I'va had as my favorite drink since a ch i Id! LUCY PArTON • LAKE MEAD MARINA WAITRESSDIET COIAI I drink about 1 can of this two or thr* timos per week. This tends to give me the "pkk me up" feeling and refreshes me when I need it. Thursday, Moy 10, I7 Class II modifieds Monica Haney, Creson Jones, Darla Kurtz, Mary Severance, and Lynn Austin, plus almost two dozen young Class III level girls. The team is welcoming all youngsters interested to their schedule of late spring and summer events which has already included participation through a series of exhibitions during Industrial Days and will see numerous tumbling clinics and a gymnastics summer camp. All this in preparation for the opening of the competitive season in September. The team will also be sponsoring fund raising events such as fireworks sales for the 4th and a swap meet May 20th to raise money for a new set of uneven bars and new uniforms for team members. So please welcome the Aerials' new coach Ms. Karen Radulski and support her team's efforts in and for Henderson. ANN BAKER • BRIOHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY STUDENT • ROOT BEERI Any brand will de and I enjoy this drink every other doy. I love it with or without food and hod it at the "top ef my list" ever since i con remenwofi RONNIE MCFERRIN • BURKHOLOER JUNIOR HIGN SCHOOL TROHCAl FRUIT PUNCHES! I enjoy the tropical fruit flavors and feel cool and refreshed after drinking it. I drink this about threo times per week crftor ploy or school. LINDA YOUNG HOMEMAKER • COLAI I enjoy the toste and refreshment I feel after drinking a certain brand ef cola and drink an eight ounce gloss each doy between mootll NOTE: Interviews were conducted otAlMRTSON'S SUPERMARKET, Boulder Highwoy, HINDIRSONI Gift plont* wore pwMnte d te those interviewed through the courtesy ef ALURTSON^ (Bred Shultis, Monoger). Basic Stops Rancho's Playoff Hopes I A two hit combination by Basic's Danny McCall and Bubba McLemore who came on in relief in the sixth inning limited Ram scoring to as many runs while the Wolves scored four to take their Monday contest and thereby eliminate Rancho from playoff contention. Basic tallied first in the game putting a single run on the board in the opening stanza which Rancho tied in the second on an RBI double by-their catcher. Steve Peck, which knotted the score at 1-1. Basic however partially broke it open with three runs in the third inning. iRandy Garrison led off the scoring explosion with "a single which was followed by a Billy Faulkner reach when the pitcher Aoderson from Rancho made an errant throw to pick off Garrison at second. Billy Kephart then made the day for Basic as he stepped to the plate and knocked a triple for Basic which scored Garrison and Faulkner. Kephart scored in the same inning as a passed ball allowed him to come home off third. This 4-1 margin for Basic held up until the sixth inning when a single by Rancho's Doonell Washington set up another Ram tally. However, McLemore came on in that inning to put down the Rancho threat andpresery? the 4-2 Basic win which runs their conference record to 4-7. • Burkholder Stops Boulder The Jaguar girls-softball team put away Boulder City 24-19 by sooring nine runs in their fifth and final inning in their Tuesday game after being tied at fifteen apiece at the end of four • box getting five hits and as many walks to lead 13-9. The fourth inning saw Burkholder add six-more runs to tally fifteen while Boulder picked up two to attaifrthe^me. AnexcelBurkholder opened up scoring with six runs in the first inning as they batted around their lineup and getting four hits, three walks, and two Boulder errors to help them out. By the third inning Boulder had narrowed the margin to two runs, 6-4, for the Jaguars but a single by Michelle-Wilson, a walk to Chris Wellendorff, and a single by Lisa Hernandez helped load up the base paths, score one run, and set up another two"on two passed balls. Nine runs in the bottom of the third put Boulder back on top as they sent thirteen to the batter's lent play was turned in the bottom of the fourth by Lisa Hernandez and Chris Wellendorff as they combined to pick offthe w inning Boulder runner at third and preserve the eventual Jaguar win as w ith only one down Chris made a stab at short for the second out thei> flipped to Lisa for the tag on the runner at third. In the final inning with Boulder having trouble in giving up seven walks and having to bring on a new pitcher, the Jaguars were able to extend a nine run lead until cut down -by a double play from the Eagle shortstop-enough to hold off a four run Boulder rally in the bottom of the fifth to take home the win. /^ KIDS VISIT ANIMALS Actuolly tM onimols fiom Betty Honn's Animal Adoption Contor visited tho kids at tho Henderson pre-Khoel. Honn's grartdsen is shown proudly displaying two pygmy goats whkh come te visit the school. SUMMARY: SORRY YOU "COFFEEHOUCS"" OUT THERE! It tei^nu as thouf[h America'i favorite drink Hidnt rate on thi* pool. In any event "*Here'f to your m

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Mwiw NMvt, Mti4tfn. Ntvodo Thundoy, May 10, If79 Christiansen Hietbrink Toylor School PTA Holds First Annual Carnival Richard Dean Hietbrink Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hietbrink of 302 Nebraska, and Sandra Lynn Christiansen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larry G. Christiansen of 415 Emerald, have planned a May 19th wedding at Reformation Lutheran Church at4p m. The groom graduated fh>ro Basic High in 1976 and is now employed by C & E Construction as a carpenter. The bride -to-be will graduate June 1979. She is employed with Valley Bank of Nevada. The cecemony will be performed by Pastor J. Kenneth Edwins. After a honeymoon at Lake Tahoe, the couple will make their home in Henderson. Sandy Christiansen A Rkhard Hietbrink Sunshine Rebekah News The Sunshine Rebekah Lodge No. 41 held their regular meeting Tuesday, May 1. Business was held as usual with our Nobel Grand Laurel Nelson presiding over the meeting. Deana Shafer, Pat Gardner and Lily Myers g av e a Jlpther's^ Day program. Visiting firom the Glen Halla Intermediate Care facility was Hazel Elmer who is the mother of Deana Shafer and Pat GardnerNoble Grand Laurel Nelson presented each member of the lodge with a small plant. Pat Gardner was presented with a beautiful handmade knitted cape made by Doris Darnell and Laurel Nelson in thanks for a year well done when she served as DDP. A lifetime membership certificate was presented to Lily Myers for 37yers aTTRebelca h. to Clara Milsap for 30 years and to Hazel Elmer for 20 years. ._ Refreshments were served. Those attending were Laurel Nelson. Doris Darnell. Lily Myers, Pat Gardner, Deana Shafer, Clara Milsap, Penny Love, Alice Campbell, Feme Seifert, Lagola Gardner and Timmie Timmons. The next meeting will beheld May 15 It will be a Memorial Day meeting with a birthday party following. The Robert Taylor School PTA has aR> nounced their first annual carnival will be held this Saturday, May 12, at the school fVom 11 a.m. till 3 p.m. Oneofthehighlighuof the carnival will be a dunk tank starring principal Dale Riddle and Mr. Gillies. Other features will be hay rides, dune buggy rides, a cake walk, fish pond, dart throw, and even a spook alley. Prizes will be awarded to winners. Tickets are just 20 cents for participation in any one of the booths and rides. There will also be hamburgers, hot dogs, and cold drinks. Also featured will be a country store with home baked items plus gifts for Mother's and Fathers Day. Prices range from just 20 cents to $1.50. The parent participation in the planning and preparing of the carnival has been very gratifying and the teachers have all volunteered to work and help make this first carnival a complete success. COME TO THE CARNIVAL • Three Robert Taylor Elementary School students hold up signs which will be used at the school's PTA first annual carnival this Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Pictured oiv Phillip Goodwin, Gina Belch and Kenneth Taylor. A raffle will be held and tickets are just 50 cents each. First prize is a portable black nd white television set, second prize a Daiwa spinning reel and pole by Calrod plus 33 other prizes donated by local merchants such as gift certificates from Perry's Mens Shop, J & K Pharmacy, Rasco, Tree Houae and Kid Stuff, Vemay's, Safeway, and Crosby Music Centre. Albertson's is donafing a canned ham, Boulder Basic Texaco two lube jobs, oil and filter change as is Ashby's Chevron, a 110 pocket earners from Basic Photo, two dinner^ iVo.the Sands Hot^l tn^-! th Eldorado Club, a dinnt-: from Sa,mboi..a quilt from Mrs. Bernheisei's class, a flashlight from Western Auto, bowiinc games from Henrlcs-o^ Bowl, fVench fries from McDonalds, two cjkes from Pixie Bakery, plants from Anne:; Flowers and Flowerland and bottle of after bath spray from Isabelle's Beauty Salon. Since the gas shortage is limiting families in their weekend activities the carnival will be an ideal place to bring the family for a f\in place to have i good time together. Bonnie Wheot Enlists in Air Force Program ST. MARY THE VIRGIN (Cothelk Anglican) Mooting at Msgr. Ryon Holl, Maryland Pkwy. at Ookoy t t • I Sunday, 9:30 a.m^ High Moss (Nursery t CCD Classes, K^) Doily Mosses in Henderson (Colt for Schedule) f I Ff. Clark A. Tea, Paster rJPirt i itOory. 565-07 H Bonnie t Wheat, a former resident of Henderson, who now resides in the Shoshone Apartments. Kellogg, Idaho, enlisted in the U.S. Air Force's Delayed Enlistment Program, according toT. Sgt. Bob Shipp, air force recruiter in Coeur d'Alene. Idaho. Bonnie formerly lived at 137 Lake Mead Drive and is the daughter of the late Howard E. Wheat. She has a brother Dustin, and is currently residing with her grandmother, Nora B. Davis and aunt, Gloria Sherman. She lived in Henderson 14 years and attended Henderson schools. A 1975 graduate of Wallace high school. Miss Wheat is scheduled forenlistment in the regular air force in May. Upon graduation from the Air Force's six weeks basic training course, she will receive technical training in the administrative career field. She will be earning credits towards a twoyear associates degree while attending basic and other a^r force technical training school. This degree will be awarded through the Community College of the air force. How To Rghf, Sermon Topic The Community Church of Henderson, United Church of Christ, located at 27 E. Texas Ave., and Army St.. one block North of the Rainbow Club, would like to invite you to join the Sunday worship service which begins at lOiJOa.m. Rev. Bob*ichards will deliverhis sermon entitled How To Fight With Your Wife and your husband). This Sunday's service centers on the Festival of the Christian Home and Mother's Day. Sunday School is from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. There arc classes for three year olds thrii Sth grade. Presently the church is using the Joy Curriculum from the.Winston Press. The Women's Association meets the Jrd Wed. of each month at 1 p.m. in Gilbert Hall. The Women's Association is an active group which lends itself to Christian living and service. For the ladies that work during the day we ha*e an evening Christian fellow, ship for women, the Joy Fellowship. The Joy Fellowship meets the fourth Thursday of each month in members homes. If you have any <|uestions about the Community Church, please feel free to call the office, 565-8563. The office is open Monday 9-12 noon. Wednesday through Friday 9-12 noon. SOUTHERN NEVADA SAITOS WIN AT YOUTH FAIR • The newly formed Saltes, (which is German for Somersault) walked oH with many hortors in the tumhU Ing competition at the Youth Fair. Pictured from left, front row: Hollv Soeor. Jill Tetamonti ond Sheila Swonson. Middle row: Shelly Cordwell, Sharie Robinson, Tommy Flowers, Kim Haycock, Robbin Yancey and Traci Mohan. Bock row: Kelly Hair, Miriam Shields, Theresa Ramsey, Debbie LaMonico ond Vanessa Thomas. Lutheran Church News PIZZA LUCKY CLUB LOUNGE -MENU• PIZU •SAIAOS •SANDWICHES •ANTIPASTO CBLUT) 124 MARKET Sf. EAT M TAKE OUT DHMY -11 AW TO ID PM toPB: in Aerial Lineup gymnast Kim Chase. In her upper high school years she attained the elite level of competition which took her around the country. On one of these competitive trips she first met the coach who would bring her to Nevada. Dale Flansas, the coach of the UN Reno team. While attending at Reno Karen moved within the circle of the top twenty-five female gymnasts in the country, while at the same time entering the ranks ofNevada coaching as the head of the Winnemuca Tumbleweeds a team with which the Aerials have competed on both Class Iir and Class II levels. h was from this immediate background that-Karen has come to Henderson to now coach the Aerials gymnastic club which now numbers about -forty members including Class II competitors Rhonda Richter and Tina Frank. CAMERA GIRL By: Flo Raymond TODAY'S QlESTlOy: WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE BEVERAGE (ASIDE FROM WATER) OR DRINK SOFT OR OTHER. W4SE? HOW OFTEN DO YOU DRINK IT? OONNA RENTRIOS HOMEMAKER • COIAI I drink it cvtrydoy twice a day (16 ounct bettlti). I find the colas to be cooling and tnjoy th taste which I'va had as my favorite drink since a ch i Id! LUCY PArTON • LAKE MEAD MARINA WAITRESSDIET COIAI I drink about 1 can of this two or thr* timos per week. This tends to give me the "pkk me up" feeling and refreshes me when I need it. Thursday, Moy 10, I7 Class II modifieds Monica Haney, Creson Jones, Darla Kurtz, Mary Severance, and Lynn Austin, plus almost two dozen young Class III level girls. The team is welcoming all youngsters interested to their schedule of late spring and summer events which has already included participation through a series of exhibitions during Industrial Days and will see numerous tumbling clinics and a gymnastics summer camp. All this in preparation for the opening of the competitive season in September. The team will also be sponsoring fund raising events such as fireworks sales for the 4th and a swap meet May 20th to raise money for a new set of uneven bars and new uniforms for team members. So please welcome the Aerials' new coach Ms. Karen Radulski and support her team's efforts in and for Henderson. ANN BAKER • BRIOHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY STUDENT • ROOT BEERI Any brand will de and I enjoy this drink every other doy. I love it with or without food and hod it at the "top ef my list" ever since i con remenwofi RONNIE MCFERRIN • BURKHOLOER JUNIOR HIGN SCHOOL TROHCAl FRUIT PUNCHES! I enjoy the tropical fruit flavors and feel cool and refreshed after drinking it. I drink this about threo times per week crftor ploy or school. LINDA YOUNG HOMEMAKER • COLAI I enjoy the toste and refreshment I feel after drinking a certain brand ef cola and drink an eight ounce gloss each doy between mootll NOTE: Interviews were conducted otAlMRTSON'S SUPERMARKET, Boulder Highwoy, HINDIRSONI Gift plont* wore pwMnte d te those interviewed through the courtesy ef ALURTSON^ (Bred Shultis, Monoger). Basic Stops Rancho's Playoff Hopes I A two hit combination by Basic's Danny McCall and Bubba McLemore who came on in relief in the sixth inning limited Ram scoring to as many runs while the Wolves scored four to take their Monday contest and thereby eliminate Rancho from playoff contention. Basic tallied first in the game putting a single run on the board in the opening stanza which Rancho tied in the second on an RBI double by-their catcher. Steve Peck, which knotted the score at 1-1. Basic however partially broke it open with three runs in the third inning. iRandy Garrison led off the scoring explosion with "a single which was followed by a Billy Faulkner reach when the pitcher Aoderson from Rancho made an errant throw to pick off Garrison at second. Billy Kephart then made the day for Basic as he stepped to the plate and knocked a triple for Basic which scored Garrison and Faulkner. Kephart scored in the same inning as a passed ball allowed him to come home off third. This 4-1 margin for Basic held up until the sixth inning when a single by Rancho's Doonell Washington set up another Ram tally. However, McLemore came on in that inning to put down the Rancho threat andpresery? the 4-2 Basic win which runs their conference record to 4-7. • Burkholder Stops Boulder The Jaguar girls-softball team put away Boulder City 24-19 by sooring nine runs in their fifth and final inning in their Tuesday game after being tied at fifteen apiece at the end of four • box getting five hits and as many walks to lead 13-9. The fourth inning saw Burkholder add six-more runs to tally fifteen while Boulder picked up two to attaifrthe^me. AnexcelBurkholder opened up scoring with six runs in the first inning as they batted around their lineup and getting four hits, three walks, and two Boulder errors to help them out. By the third inning Boulder had narrowed the margin to two runs, 6-4, for the Jaguars but a single by Michelle-Wilson, a walk to Chris Wellendorff, and a single by Lisa Hernandez helped load up the base paths, score one run, and set up another two"on two passed balls. Nine runs in the bottom of the third put Boulder back on top as they sent thirteen to the batter's lent play was turned in the bottom of the fourth by Lisa Hernandez and Chris Wellendorff as they combined to pick offthe w inning Boulder runner at third and preserve the eventual Jaguar win as w ith only one down Chris made a stab at short for the second out thei> flipped to Lisa for the tag on the runner at third. In the final inning with Boulder having trouble in giving up seven walks and having to bring on a new pitcher, the Jaguars were able to extend a nine run lead until cut down -by a double play from the Eagle shortstop-enough to hold off a four run Boulder rally in the bottom of the fifth to take home the win. /^ KIDS VISIT ANIMALS Actuolly tM onimols fiom Betty Honn's Animal Adoption Contor visited tho kids at tho Henderson pre-Khoel. Honn's grartdsen is shown proudly displaying two pygmy goats whkh come te visit the school. SUMMARY: SORRY YOU "COFFEEHOUCS"" OUT THERE! It tei^nu as thouf[h America'i favorite drink Hidnt rate on thi* pool. In any event "*Here'f to your m

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Htndcnon Horn* Nw, Hcndwten, Ntvoda ^ -O O o Thwndoy, May 10, IfTf —a o q t Miscellaneous News Missiles t By L. Jessie Bennett Mother's Day Sunday Did you read the wonderful things some of the children said of their mother's in Tuesdays paper? I looked up some famous quotes on "mother and think that III just add the ones in the paper to the coli HwUt IMm N* 4r tUr III TMt PrtM lection. Here is what Mr. E. H. Chapin had to say, "No language can express the power and beauty and heroism and majesty of a mother's love. It shrinks not where man cowers, and grows stronger where man faints, and over the wastes of worldly fortune sends the radiance of its quenchless fidelity like a star in heaven And that man of France. Napoleon said, "Let France have good mothers and she will have good sons Hope that your Mom is here to pay respect and show love to. Mine is and I am eternally grateful for her and all that she means to me. Have a nice Mothers Day. Friday. May lUh Birthday greetings to Bette Stearman on her special day tomorrow. New Family The Bob Meilin family will soon be living in Henderson and will be welcome to our community. Bob is already coaching one of the baseball teams. We welcome the Mellins to Henderson. Visitor .lal pretty girl visiting at the Steve Christensen Boulder Cily PHONt 293 REl home recently was Steve's neice ftom Fillmore. Utah Hope she enjoyed her visit. School Queens Congratulations to Senior Ronnie Nield and Junior Tammy Wingo who will be the reigning Queens at the Senior Ball Junior Prom this year. The gala affair will be held on May I2th at the U N.L.V. Ballroom. Red Alert • Excitement Ever wonder if that medical TV program and all the excitement generated by an alert is true? Found out at the Desert Springs the other morning, when over the P..A system came. "Condition Red. Condition Red!!" Every one. nurses and hospital personnel were calm but moved quickly and n oisily to do whatever needed doing. Course it was a false alarm (a main electric wire cut or something) but it was exciting (Didn't see any Dr. Kildare or any Dr Matt Powers ... but heard Dr. Tabor s name called). Baby Shower A combination baby shower farewell was held last Wednesday for young Billy Downer and his mom Clara While each exciting package was opened everyone enjoyed cheese spread and crackers, punch and delicious cake Saw there Fayone Whitehead. Connie Workman. Patti Braun. Diana Wikox, Sharon Meager and Karen Blazzard. Across the room were Jill Downer. Moma Rae Blau and Kathy Hafen. Clara and Jim Downer and their three boys will soon be leaving Henderson to make their home in Winnemucca. Nevada. Their many friends and neighbors will really miss them but wish them all luck and happijiess in their new home. Desert'aires Let's all get out and support the Basic High School Desertaires when they present their annual review. "A Touch of Class" on Wednesday. May 16th at 7:00 p m at the Basic High School Mystery Who's little car caused all kinds of excitement and 'etcetera' up on Center Street the other morning in the rain'' \ccident \nnther skateboard star may be hanging up his board Young Scott Bennett IS sporting a whole lot of stitches on his chin where he made a spectacular three point landing ^rt^ 10-13 jM-v* iiiiw "••'a'-i-.j>f|j; 7.50 George Peppard n Five Days from Home ^^ 6 00 • /OZO SATURDAY '^UdU-'fHa lltrt't nui^ Jet your eon WE PIERCE EARS NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY J&K PHARMAa I PAORC PN. 564-5224 ''Who's got barrel banks? FNB and mer Help your children devetop a savings habit with an FNB Barrel Bank. They're just $750 at any FNB office. Made from solid oak. each bank has a built-m combination kx* and can hold up to $100 And barrel banks are a great place (or your children to keep their money until they re ready to open an FNB regular — passbix* savings account that pays 5% daily interest.* So. start your children saving today. For tomorrow With an FNB Barrel Bank and regular passbook savings account 'Cotnpounded ind pax) Quatwly Family Visitors Floyd and Vilo DeMille, who lived in Henderson for many years but retired to beautiful Rockville, Utah were family visitors last week. Their daughters all live in this area so we get to see them often. Last week they were here for the blessing and naming of their great grand-daughter, daughter of Kate and Brad Barber. Baseball Season The heat and tension of competition begins to build already in the baseball circles. Angel Tans Rick and Mary Knappenberger traveled to Los Angeles to take in a couple of games while the Angels had some games at "home". Houston Bound Gotta say best of luck to every Basic student going to that big Texas C^ty. Houston for Decca competition. The three I'm acquainted with are Anette Davis. ConPrevent littering in the Paries Due to the increased workload assumed by the Henderson Parks and Recreation DepartIn en! in iHe Parks Maintenance area, the Department requests that all park users refrain from littering the parks. nie Hall and Terri Atkinson. We are proud they are representing Basic High School. Again best luck, Injured Mike and Carol Black's young son John Matthew fell and hit with such force that he suffered compound fracture of the nose and facial bones. He was taken for emergency treatment to a Las Vegas hospital. He's doing alright now. Animal Week It is "BE KIND TO ANIMALS WEEK ". May 6th to I2th. This is the 69th year we've had this particular dedicated week. O^T animals give us companionship and pleasure, we in turn, should show real concern for their proper welfare at all times. Remember, be kind to all animals. Birthdays \h, birthdays a new month has begun so all you May birthday "persons" (to the 22nd) were born under the Taurus sign • The Bull! (I know ... don't even think it!) And the May flower is the Lily of the Valley. Last Sunday, May 6th was shared by Orson Wells and Henderson's own Myrtle Peterson. Tuesday, May 8th was the birthday for not only Bishop Fulton J. Sheen and singer Rick Nelson but our own Geraldinc Hughes and Madeline Morris. Today Fred Astaire will celebrate his 80th "happy" day (see what dancing will do for you fame, money and 80 years old). And two important Henderson birthdays today are Martin Downer and Laura Botkin. Happy Birthday. New to Town New residents of the fast growing Section 27 and Henderson are Rick and Jackie Smith and their six children. They came here from the bigcity of Chicago. Illinois. Wish to welcome them as friends and neighbors. College Visitor Ted and Wanda Mann had their grand-daughter, Shannon Lowman here for a short week-end visit liom college in Provo, Utah. Shannon's mom and dad. Pauline and Bud Lowman once lived in Henderson but have been in Annapolis, Maryland for several years now. What proud grand-parents they must be. The State Since we had elections this week (congrats to winners) ... the state can be our home, the state or the country in which we live. Therefore it might be important that we ponder seriously what one man, J.L.M. Curry said, "A state.to prosper, must be built on foundations of a moral character, and this character is the principal element of its strength, and the only guaranty of its permanence and prosperity." Please go that extra step and place papers, bottles, etc., into the available trash cans, even if it means taking a few ^xtra steps. Help keep pop tops and bottle tops out of the grass. Try not to use glass in the parks. Stop children from breaking bottles. Report damage and vandalism to authorities. If all of us pitch in our park will be nicer, safer places for all of us to enjoy. Your cooperation will be appreciated. TAYLOR SCHOOL FIRST PLACE MATH WINNERS Anita Compton, Uft, fourth gradt; Jimmy Epity fifth grade; ond Shonnon Brajkevich • sixth grade wtr* the first place winners in the Taylor School ntath competition. These three students will now be participating in the county wide competition which was held yesterday in Las Vegas. EYONS Hardware & Sporting Goods .^ FOR MAV INOOOt-OUTOOOl HANDY TABLE 69.95 POlO FOR tASY CARIYINC oon 4I0UAIT ICE CHEST ^36.99 \bu and FNB. Partners in Nevada. • IVAIEIICTUC SUCER NO llOlf 62.95 oon 1 OAUON COOLERS Ml,50 SUNKAM ROOM SERVICE 23.95 PORTAIU, HOT MVftACf MAKER TNHMOS SPORTS KIT 16.95 I QUART tOTTllS IN CAMTINOCASI WIAR-IVR POPCORN PUMPER • ^39.95 niCTRKHOTAM coRNrami TOM CORN WITN HOT AM NOT MOT OR Lyons Hardware l W. fcik St., Hmdmwi >>• SM-74r BIRTHS St. Rose de Limo Hospitoi May 3 Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Provenza, Boulder City. boy. Mr. & Mrs. Dave Densley, Las Vegas, girl. May 4 Mr. A Mrs. Stephen Shearin, Henderson, boy. Mr. k Mrs. Robert M. Ogan, Las Vegas, boy. May 6-Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Richards, Las Vegas, girl. ^i^WIP^ ^^^^W ^5v Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevodo Page 7 Vivacious thirty year* old Rheba Washington, a teacher at C.T. Sewell Elementary School, has been named "Mother of the Year in Education". Born in the Lonestar state ofTexas, but raised near the city by the bay, Washington said she was really elated and quite pleased with the honor which has been bestowed upon her. In addition to raising a lively eight year old daughter by herself and teaching Title 1 reading this semester, she also gives time to the Clark County Juvenile Services. 'I wrote out my goals and set out to accomplish them," she said. She completed her AA degree program in Business Administration and went on to work towards her BA degree, which local Teacher Naoied 'Mother of the Year in Educotion she received in Sociology and Psychology. In addition Washington brings to her professionality a Teacher CertiHcation and a MA in Elelmentary Education and reading specialization. She plans to pursue her Ph.D program this summer in Secondary Education Higher Education. Yet even with her busy educational pursuits, she has been able to fully meet the responsibilities of being a parent, "and a very active one, for Leah has played an integral roll in my life. She keeps me going, which keeps me young and both of us growing and glowing." "Parenting has taught me patience and strengthening my endurance. There are times when I must sac< rifice time, energy and self for my child, and without giving it a second thought, I've managed." "Parenting has also brought with it understanding, empathy, tolerance and most of all, love." Washington said she has also sacrificed time to actively participate in the areas of community affairs, charity organizations and humanistic responsibilites. "In the community I am a member of the Block Parent organization, volunteer community aide, active with the Y.W.C.A. board. Youth for Christ teacher, counselor. PTA. Children's Dance Theatre, and director of children's recreational programs. She also volunteers as a Big Sister with juvenile delinquent girls, works as an aide to the elderly. Girl Scout assistant and supports Children's Rights clause. IVashington was nominated for the award by Sue Dickenson. a third grade teacher at Fay Herron School in Las Vegas. "I knew my friend had nominated me but quite truthfully, I had forgotten all about it so when I was told I had been named, I was really pleased. And it has really made me stop and think of the great responsibility of being a parent. 'Leah is a jubilant, active third grader and she directs her energies in Children's Dance Three Basic Students Rank in Top Five Percent For the first time in six years Basic High School students have become eligible for the National Merit Scholarship competition. Frank Brusa, principal. was recently notified that three Basic High juniors. Louis Wanen, Van Henson and Steve Jackson, placed in the upper five percent of more than 1.000.000 students who took the PSAT/NMSOT in 1978. Each October more than one million college-bound juniors take the preliminary scholastic aptitude test/national merit scholarship qualifying -test. These students also answer a biographicil questionnaire which asks about their high school grade average, their career choices, their elhnic group, high school gradu* ation and college entrance schedule, and whether they want to participate in the College Board's Student Search Service .Theatre, as a Girl Scout, in Up With Christ and Sunday School." the proud mother said. Washington went on to tell that Leah is also active in various sports programs such as swimming, tennis, baseball, bowling, ice and roller skating, the Afro American Dance Club and gymnastics, She is the tenth member of her family to be a teacher. "My mother is a special ed teacher .. Thursday, Moy 10, 1979 / my father an engineer. I'm very close to my.family who live in LosGatos. California, and Leah and I go to visit them as often as possible and we also try to take vacations together" Washington explained that this is her second year of teaching; at .Sewell School and she thinks the staff and administration are just great. Hats off to a dedicated mother and educator! MOTHER OF THE YEAR IN EDUCATION Rheba Washington, standing, and her daughter, Leah, ore shown in Ms. Washington's classroom at C.T. Sewell School. Ms. Washington was chosen Mother of the Year in Education and was honored last Sunday at a special ceremony in Los Vegas. COCKTAIL LOUNGE New in your neighborhood? And still SMrchjni for the groctry itore ind more ClOMt tpKI? It's my job to help you feel at home fist As your WELCOME WAGON Hostess.! an supply answers to your nw ntighborhood questions arxl bt\ni < basket of {ilts lo deli|ht your family. Hundreds of people like you in hayt called me. I hope you will, too JANR MiMU STs-Tosr ifewl^t tloppy Hour jFRIDAYNUE FROM 4 TO 6 PM '. ALL DRINKS 50* Uve Entertainment—lues. & Wed. Nites POOL TABLE SLOTS FUli UQUOR BAR 10 OZ TAP 40* -COME JOIN THE FRIENDLY CROWD AT THE NEWLY REMODElfD BOG-BEES" ,-N 1024 BOULDER HIGHWAY ^-: '* EUGIBLE FOR 1980 Notional Merit Scholarship Competition Frank Brusa, Bosic High School principal, is shown with juniors Van Hensen, Louis Warren, and Steve Jackson, all of whom placed in the upper five percent of more than one million students who took the PSAT • NMSQT in 1978. This report summarizes mathematical test scores. both the student'* anboth at the state and at the swers to the questionnaire national level. and their verbal and PSAT/NMSQT ummarv reports on college bound juniors are prepared by the College Board's regional offices. American War Mothers i Tiay Wiiams Perceptor lota's Girl of the Year' Henderson Chapter #2 of the American War Mothers held their-mceting at Sambo's Kf^y7. A very sociable evening was enjoyed by 15 members and three guests. The occasion was to honor State President Effie Quimet and some of her elective officers who were: Rhea Johnson, 1st-Vice president; lona Slater, 3rd Vice president; Letha Weaver, Correspoading secretary; Mabel Newton, Treasurer; Olive Melton, Chaplain: and Kolla "Smiles" Cunningham, Magaiine chairperson. President Evelyn •Mazrimas is in California with her mother who is convalescing from illness.* Lorrayne Danielson. -Vice president, presided over the meeting. She presented a money corsage from the chapter to the honored guest, Mrs. Quimet. She spoke briefly, oomplimenting the Mothers on all their endeavors and to keep up the good work. The Charter was draped in memor>' of our departed member Julia Millis. A short ceremony was given by Norma Perkins, Chaplain, and Lorrayne Danielson. A report was given by Jane Schulty, wayy and means chairperson, on successful sales at booth Industrial Days celebration. Olive Melton, memorial chairperson, said Memorial Services would be Wed. May 30 at Palm Chapel at 10 a.m.. Announcement will be in local paper. The Mothers will be selling carnations Fri.. May 11. and Sat.. May 12, in Henderson. All proceeds stay in the local chapter to help with their aid to Veterans. Dessert of cake, made by Olive Melton in honor of Mrs. Quimet, was served. On April 27th at the Beta Sigma Phi Annual Founders Day Banquet. Fay Williams was named Perceptor's Girl of the Year. Fay was chosen for this special honor because of her devotion to and hard work for the chapter. As president for thb year 1978-79 she did aiv outstanding job co-ordinating the committees. She was always available for any chore and ready to step in to assist others. She always had "time."Fay is the mother of two children Karen aged 17 and Raymond aged 9. Her hobbies are water skiing and gardening. Though Fay was born in Boise. Idaho most of her life has been spent in Henderson where she attended grade school and Basic High, whero she graduated with the class of "59". In 1965 Fay became a member of Phi Chapter, progressing to the E)iemplar Chapter, Zi Sigma, then on to Perciptor Iota. She has held many ofTices in the three chapters. The members of Peroeptor lota presented Fay with a lovely crystal plate and City Council presented her with a yellow rose and a "girl of the year" charm. We love you Fay! should ankof^ Nevada be your bank? letter to tin Editor It is unbelievable ... that there is not a man in Washington, DC. who can solve the energy and inflation problems! We can send a man to the moon ... but cannot give our citizens enough gas to get to work ... or atlordaDle ground beef I trust that you have the assurance of salvation ... knowing Christ as your own personal Lord and Saviour! Yours for freedom, Love *Va! Rev. Lou Sorabella Because you're demanding. arxJ you wont settle fa less than what we have to offer. We give our professional attentioti to your every banking need; h-om setting up the checking or savings account that's right for you, to helping vou arrange for a loan. You'll find our special services make banking better and easier than ever before. To name a few: TIPS( feller Item Praessing Service) is our electronic banking system that gives ydu faster, more accurate service. Our convenient check-cashing card makes it a snap to cdsh checks anywhere. • CXjr 24-hour Automatic Banking Centers let you go about your banking business whenever it's convenient. If you won't settle for less than your accounts being handled in a professional manner with banking services available to suit your every need, we won't let you down. waniMtSHat. A

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Htndcnon Horn* Nw, Hcndwten, Ntvoda ^ -O O o Thwndoy, May 10, IfTf —a o q t Miscellaneous News Missiles t By L. Jessie Bennett Mother's Day Sunday Did you read the wonderful things some of the children said of their mother's in Tuesdays paper? I looked up some famous quotes on "mother and think that III just add the ones in the paper to the coli HwUt IMm N* 4r tUr III TMt PrtM lection. Here is what Mr. E. H. Chapin had to say, "No language can express the power and beauty and heroism and majesty of a mother's love. It shrinks not where man cowers, and grows stronger where man faints, and over the wastes of worldly fortune sends the radiance of its quenchless fidelity like a star in heaven And that man of France. Napoleon said, "Let France have good mothers and she will have good sons Hope that your Mom is here to pay respect and show love to. Mine is and I am eternally grateful for her and all that she means to me. Have a nice Mothers Day. Friday. May lUh Birthday greetings to Bette Stearman on her special day tomorrow. New Family The Bob Meilin family will soon be living in Henderson and will be welcome to our community. Bob is already coaching one of the baseball teams. We welcome the Mellins to Henderson. Visitor .lal pretty girl visiting at the Steve Christensen Boulder Cily PHONt 293 REl home recently was Steve's neice ftom Fillmore. Utah Hope she enjoyed her visit. School Queens Congratulations to Senior Ronnie Nield and Junior Tammy Wingo who will be the reigning Queens at the Senior Ball Junior Prom this year. The gala affair will be held on May I2th at the U N.L.V. Ballroom. Red Alert • Excitement Ever wonder if that medical TV program and all the excitement generated by an alert is true? Found out at the Desert Springs the other morning, when over the P..A system came. "Condition Red. Condition Red!!" Every one. nurses and hospital personnel were calm but moved quickly and n oisily to do whatever needed doing. Course it was a false alarm (a main electric wire cut or something) but it was exciting (Didn't see any Dr. Kildare or any Dr Matt Powers ... but heard Dr. Tabor s name called). Baby Shower A combination baby shower farewell was held last Wednesday for young Billy Downer and his mom Clara While each exciting package was opened everyone enjoyed cheese spread and crackers, punch and delicious cake Saw there Fayone Whitehead. Connie Workman. Patti Braun. Diana Wikox, Sharon Meager and Karen Blazzard. Across the room were Jill Downer. Moma Rae Blau and Kathy Hafen. Clara and Jim Downer and their three boys will soon be leaving Henderson to make their home in Winnemucca. Nevada. Their many friends and neighbors will really miss them but wish them all luck and happijiess in their new home. Desert'aires Let's all get out and support the Basic High School Desertaires when they present their annual review. "A Touch of Class" on Wednesday. May 16th at 7:00 p m at the Basic High School Mystery Who's little car caused all kinds of excitement and 'etcetera' up on Center Street the other morning in the rain'' \ccident \nnther skateboard star may be hanging up his board Young Scott Bennett IS sporting a whole lot of stitches on his chin where he made a spectacular three point landing ^rt^ 10-13 jM-v* iiiiw "••'a'-i-.j>f|j; 7.50 George Peppard n Five Days from Home ^^ 6 00 • /OZO SATURDAY '^UdU-'fHa lltrt't nui^ Jet your eon WE PIERCE EARS NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY J&K PHARMAa I PAORC PN. 564-5224 ''Who's got barrel banks? FNB and mer Help your children devetop a savings habit with an FNB Barrel Bank. They're just $750 at any FNB office. Made from solid oak. each bank has a built-m combination kx* and can hold up to $100 And barrel banks are a great place (or your children to keep their money until they re ready to open an FNB regular — passbix* savings account that pays 5% daily interest.* So. start your children saving today. For tomorrow With an FNB Barrel Bank and regular passbook savings account 'Cotnpounded ind pax) Quatwly Family Visitors Floyd and Vilo DeMille, who lived in Henderson for many years but retired to beautiful Rockville, Utah were family visitors last week. Their daughters all live in this area so we get to see them often. Last week they were here for the blessing and naming of their great grand-daughter, daughter of Kate and Brad Barber. Baseball Season The heat and tension of competition begins to build already in the baseball circles. Angel Tans Rick and Mary Knappenberger traveled to Los Angeles to take in a couple of games while the Angels had some games at "home". Houston Bound Gotta say best of luck to every Basic student going to that big Texas C^ty. Houston for Decca competition. The three I'm acquainted with are Anette Davis. ConPrevent littering in the Paries Due to the increased workload assumed by the Henderson Parks and Recreation DepartIn en! in iHe Parks Maintenance area, the Department requests that all park users refrain from littering the parks. nie Hall and Terri Atkinson. We are proud they are representing Basic High School. Again best luck, Injured Mike and Carol Black's young son John Matthew fell and hit with such force that he suffered compound fracture of the nose and facial bones. He was taken for emergency treatment to a Las Vegas hospital. He's doing alright now. Animal Week It is "BE KIND TO ANIMALS WEEK ". May 6th to I2th. This is the 69th year we've had this particular dedicated week. O^T animals give us companionship and pleasure, we in turn, should show real concern for their proper welfare at all times. Remember, be kind to all animals. Birthdays \h, birthdays a new month has begun so all you May birthday "persons" (to the 22nd) were born under the Taurus sign • The Bull! (I know ... don't even think it!) And the May flower is the Lily of the Valley. Last Sunday, May 6th was shared by Orson Wells and Henderson's own Myrtle Peterson. Tuesday, May 8th was the birthday for not only Bishop Fulton J. Sheen and singer Rick Nelson but our own Geraldinc Hughes and Madeline Morris. Today Fred Astaire will celebrate his 80th "happy" day (see what dancing will do for you fame, money and 80 years old). And two important Henderson birthdays today are Martin Downer and Laura Botkin. Happy Birthday. New to Town New residents of the fast growing Section 27 and Henderson are Rick and Jackie Smith and their six children. They came here from the bigcity of Chicago. Illinois. Wish to welcome them as friends and neighbors. College Visitor Ted and Wanda Mann had their grand-daughter, Shannon Lowman here for a short week-end visit liom college in Provo, Utah. Shannon's mom and dad. Pauline and Bud Lowman once lived in Henderson but have been in Annapolis, Maryland for several years now. What proud grand-parents they must be. The State Since we had elections this week (congrats to winners) ... the state can be our home, the state or the country in which we live. Therefore it might be important that we ponder seriously what one man, J.L.M. Curry said, "A state.to prosper, must be built on foundations of a moral character, and this character is the principal element of its strength, and the only guaranty of its permanence and prosperity." Please go that extra step and place papers, bottles, etc., into the available trash cans, even if it means taking a few ^xtra steps. Help keep pop tops and bottle tops out of the grass. Try not to use glass in the parks. Stop children from breaking bottles. Report damage and vandalism to authorities. If all of us pitch in our park will be nicer, safer places for all of us to enjoy. Your cooperation will be appreciated. TAYLOR SCHOOL FIRST PLACE MATH WINNERS Anita Compton, Uft, fourth gradt; Jimmy Epity fifth grade; ond Shonnon Brajkevich • sixth grade wtr* the first place winners in the Taylor School ntath competition. These three students will now be participating in the county wide competition which was held yesterday in Las Vegas. EYONS Hardware & Sporting Goods .^ FOR MAV INOOOt-OUTOOOl HANDY TABLE 69.95 POlO FOR tASY CARIYINC oon 4I0UAIT ICE CHEST ^36.99 \bu and FNB. Partners in Nevada. • IVAIEIICTUC SUCER NO llOlf 62.95 oon 1 OAUON COOLERS Ml,50 SUNKAM ROOM SERVICE 23.95 PORTAIU, HOT MVftACf MAKER TNHMOS SPORTS KIT 16.95 I QUART tOTTllS IN CAMTINOCASI WIAR-IVR POPCORN PUMPER • ^39.95 niCTRKHOTAM coRNrami TOM CORN WITN HOT AM NOT MOT OR Lyons Hardware l W. fcik St., Hmdmwi >>• SM-74r BIRTHS St. Rose de Limo Hospitoi May 3 Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Provenza, Boulder City. boy. Mr. & Mrs. Dave Densley, Las Vegas, girl. May 4 Mr. A Mrs. Stephen Shearin, Henderson, boy. Mr. k Mrs. Robert M. Ogan, Las Vegas, boy. May 6-Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Richards, Las Vegas, girl. ^i^WIP^ ^^^^W ^5v Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevodo Page 7 Vivacious thirty year* old Rheba Washington, a teacher at C.T. Sewell Elementary School, has been named "Mother of the Year in Education". Born in the Lonestar state ofTexas, but raised near the city by the bay, Washington said she was really elated and quite pleased with the honor which has been bestowed upon her. In addition to raising a lively eight year old daughter by herself and teaching Title 1 reading this semester, she also gives time to the Clark County Juvenile Services. 'I wrote out my goals and set out to accomplish them," she said. She completed her AA degree program in Business Administration and went on to work towards her BA degree, which local Teacher Naoied 'Mother of the Year in Educotion she received in Sociology and Psychology. In addition Washington brings to her professionality a Teacher CertiHcation and a MA in Elelmentary Education and reading specialization. She plans to pursue her Ph.D program this summer in Secondary Education Higher Education. Yet even with her busy educational pursuits, she has been able to fully meet the responsibilities of being a parent, "and a very active one, for Leah has played an integral roll in my life. She keeps me going, which keeps me young and both of us growing and glowing." "Parenting has taught me patience and strengthening my endurance. There are times when I must sac< rifice time, energy and self for my child, and without giving it a second thought, I've managed." "Parenting has also brought with it understanding, empathy, tolerance and most of all, love." Washington said she has also sacrificed time to actively participate in the areas of community affairs, charity organizations and humanistic responsibilites. "In the community I am a member of the Block Parent organization, volunteer community aide, active with the Y.W.C.A. board. Youth for Christ teacher, counselor. PTA. Children's Dance Theatre, and director of children's recreational programs. She also volunteers as a Big Sister with juvenile delinquent girls, works as an aide to the elderly. Girl Scout assistant and supports Children's Rights clause. IVashington was nominated for the award by Sue Dickenson. a third grade teacher at Fay Herron School in Las Vegas. "I knew my friend had nominated me but quite truthfully, I had forgotten all about it so when I was told I had been named, I was really pleased. And it has really made me stop and think of the great responsibility of being a parent. 'Leah is a jubilant, active third grader and she directs her energies in Children's Dance Three Basic Students Rank in Top Five Percent For the first time in six years Basic High School students have become eligible for the National Merit Scholarship competition. Frank Brusa, principal. was recently notified that three Basic High juniors. Louis Wanen, Van Henson and Steve Jackson, placed in the upper five percent of more than 1.000.000 students who took the PSAT/NMSOT in 1978. Each October more than one million college-bound juniors take the preliminary scholastic aptitude test/national merit scholarship qualifying -test. These students also answer a biographicil questionnaire which asks about their high school grade average, their career choices, their elhnic group, high school gradu* ation and college entrance schedule, and whether they want to participate in the College Board's Student Search Service .Theatre, as a Girl Scout, in Up With Christ and Sunday School." the proud mother said. Washington went on to tell that Leah is also active in various sports programs such as swimming, tennis, baseball, bowling, ice and roller skating, the Afro American Dance Club and gymnastics, She is the tenth member of her family to be a teacher. "My mother is a special ed teacher .. Thursday, Moy 10, 1979 / my father an engineer. I'm very close to my.family who live in LosGatos. California, and Leah and I go to visit them as often as possible and we also try to take vacations together" Washington explained that this is her second year of teaching; at .Sewell School and she thinks the staff and administration are just great. Hats off to a dedicated mother and educator! MOTHER OF THE YEAR IN EDUCATION Rheba Washington, standing, and her daughter, Leah, ore shown in Ms. Washington's classroom at C.T. Sewell School. Ms. Washington was chosen Mother of the Year in Education and was honored last Sunday at a special ceremony in Los Vegas. COCKTAIL LOUNGE New in your neighborhood? And still SMrchjni for the groctry itore ind more ClOMt tpKI? It's my job to help you feel at home fist As your WELCOME WAGON Hostess.! an supply answers to your nw ntighborhood questions arxl bt\ni < basket of {ilts lo deli|ht your family. Hundreds of people like you in hayt called me. I hope you will, too JANR MiMU STs-Tosr ifewl^t tloppy Hour jFRIDAYNUE FROM 4 TO 6 PM '. ALL DRINKS 50* Uve Entertainment—lues. & Wed. Nites POOL TABLE SLOTS FUli UQUOR BAR 10 OZ TAP 40* -COME JOIN THE FRIENDLY CROWD AT THE NEWLY REMODElfD BOG-BEES" ,-N 1024 BOULDER HIGHWAY ^-: '* EUGIBLE FOR 1980 Notional Merit Scholarship Competition Frank Brusa, Bosic High School principal, is shown with juniors Van Hensen, Louis Warren, and Steve Jackson, all of whom placed in the upper five percent of more than one million students who took the PSAT • NMSQT in 1978. This report summarizes mathematical test scores. both the student'* anboth at the state and at the swers to the questionnaire national level. and their verbal and PSAT/NMSQT ummarv reports on college bound juniors are prepared by the College Board's regional offices. American War Mothers i Tiay Wiiams Perceptor lota's Girl of the Year' Henderson Chapter #2 of the American War Mothers held their-mceting at Sambo's Kf^y7. A very sociable evening was enjoyed by 15 members and three guests. The occasion was to honor State President Effie Quimet and some of her elective officers who were: Rhea Johnson, 1st-Vice president; lona Slater, 3rd Vice president; Letha Weaver, Correspoading secretary; Mabel Newton, Treasurer; Olive Melton, Chaplain: and Kolla "Smiles" Cunningham, Magaiine chairperson. President Evelyn •Mazrimas is in California with her mother who is convalescing from illness.* Lorrayne Danielson. -Vice president, presided over the meeting. She presented a money corsage from the chapter to the honored guest, Mrs. Quimet. She spoke briefly, oomplimenting the Mothers on all their endeavors and to keep up the good work. The Charter was draped in memor>' of our departed member Julia Millis. A short ceremony was given by Norma Perkins, Chaplain, and Lorrayne Danielson. A report was given by Jane Schulty, wayy and means chairperson, on successful sales at booth Industrial Days celebration. Olive Melton, memorial chairperson, said Memorial Services would be Wed. May 30 at Palm Chapel at 10 a.m.. Announcement will be in local paper. The Mothers will be selling carnations Fri.. May 11. and Sat.. May 12, in Henderson. All proceeds stay in the local chapter to help with their aid to Veterans. Dessert of cake, made by Olive Melton in honor of Mrs. Quimet, was served. On April 27th at the Beta Sigma Phi Annual Founders Day Banquet. Fay Williams was named Perceptor's Girl of the Year. Fay was chosen for this special honor because of her devotion to and hard work for the chapter. As president for thb year 1978-79 she did aiv outstanding job co-ordinating the committees. She was always available for any chore and ready to step in to assist others. She always had "time."Fay is the mother of two children Karen aged 17 and Raymond aged 9. Her hobbies are water skiing and gardening. Though Fay was born in Boise. Idaho most of her life has been spent in Henderson where she attended grade school and Basic High, whero she graduated with the class of "59". In 1965 Fay became a member of Phi Chapter, progressing to the E)iemplar Chapter, Zi Sigma, then on to Perciptor Iota. She has held many ofTices in the three chapters. The members of Peroeptor lota presented Fay with a lovely crystal plate and City Council presented her with a yellow rose and a "girl of the year" charm. We love you Fay! should ankof^ Nevada be your bank? letter to tin Editor It is unbelievable ... that there is not a man in Washington, DC. who can solve the energy and inflation problems! We can send a man to the moon ... but cannot give our citizens enough gas to get to work ... or atlordaDle ground beef I trust that you have the assurance of salvation ... knowing Christ as your own personal Lord and Saviour! Yours for freedom, Love *Va! Rev. Lou Sorabella Because you're demanding. arxJ you wont settle fa less than what we have to offer. We give our professional attentioti to your every banking need; h-om setting up the checking or savings account that's right for you, to helping vou arrange for a loan. You'll find our special services make banking better and easier than ever before. To name a few: TIPS( feller Item Praessing Service) is our electronic banking system that gives ydu faster, more accurate service. Our convenient check-cashing card makes it a snap to cdsh checks anywhere. • CXjr 24-hour Automatic Banking Centers let you go about your banking business whenever it's convenient. If you won't settle for less than your accounts being handled in a professional manner with banking services available to suit your every need, we won't let you down. waniMtSHat. A

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**^f*on Huff Nw, H*ndnen, Ntvado I St. Rose de Lima Observes Notional Hospital Week f99*t r-~ ^ A nationwide cam lpign to contain health JMcare costs is the focus of Inactivities at St. Rose de IjjLima Hospital May 6 to '.'1l2 as that institution obliserves National Hospiital Week this year. OBITUARIES Jones Bardin Thundoy. Moy 10. 1979 i '! • ; The campaign is calpled the Voluntary Effort 'ho Contain Health Care • jCosts and St. Rose de .jI'Lima Hospital joins .;!6.400 hospitals around ;;ithe country during Naitjtional Hospital Week to jjjcall attention to the Voljljuntary Effort. (VE). jfl The VE. established in .]?late 1977, is a coalition of .rhospitals, physicans. ;;,health insurers, health }|Hndustry suppliers and ^.representatives from rgovernment. business and comsumer groups. The aim of this coalition is to provide national leadership for an all-out assault on rising health care costs. The coalition recognizes that everyone must share in the responsibility for rising costs. The national goal of the VE is to reduce the rate of increase in health care expenditures by a total of four percentage points in 1978 and 1979. And the VE is working. Savings to the American people during 1978 reached more that $1.3 billion. Activities planned during National Hospital Week at St. Rose de Lima Hospital center around the Voluntary Effort. A reception for senior citizens will acquaint the guests with services available in Henderson. The employee picnic is given to recognize staff efforts towards cost contain-, ment. A flree blood pressure clinic, Friday May 11th, 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. in the Emergency Department is being offered to emphasize the importance of routine checkups to prevent hospitalization. The hospital is hosting the Chamber of Commerce on Friday to recognize that group's contribution to the community, and to provide information about the Voluntary Effort. Services will be held Friday. May 11 at 11 a.m. at Palm Chapel for James Bardin. 72, who passed away May 7 at his home. The Rev. Douglas Mefford of the Pentacostal Church will offlciate. Born November 13. 1906 in Wapanucka, Oklahoma. Mr. Bardin was a retired steelworker at a steel production plant. He is survived by his wife. Bonnie, of Henderson; sons. Burl 0. Bardin of Henderson, Jim L. Bardin of Prescott, Arizona, Thomas C. Bardin of Belvieu, Washington. Another son was the late John W. Bardin of Salt Lake City.James Bardin is also survived by a daughter. Connie S. Tuhn of Ontario, Calif.; brothers. J.V. Bardin of Norwalk, Calif, Leonard Bardin of Taft. Calif.. Omie T. Bardin of Dewar. Okla.. and Roy Bardin of Allen, Okla.; sisters. Vesta Wilson and Ola Frew of Henrietta, Okla., and Betty BozarthofTaft. Calif; 20 grandchildren and one great grandchild. Interment will follow at Palm Memorial Park. Imogene A. Hordesty Graveside services were held yesterday at Palm Memorial Park for Imogene A. Hardesty, 63 who passed away May 4 at Southern • Nevada Memorial Hospital. The Rev. John Oskoofthe First Baptist Church officiated. Mrs. Hardesty had been a homemaker and most recently had resided in Las Vegas. She was born September 25. 1915 in Louisville, Kentucky. Survivors include two daughters, Carol Stewart of Henderson and Sharon B. Hardesty of Gardena', California; sons, Herbert S. Hardesty Jr. of Henderson and Nickolas C. Hardesty of California and two grandchildren. Tbt art of knitting it tM to hm oriiinMMl in Scodtnd. UGAl NOTKE PUBUC NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the City Council of the City o( Hendcrion coniidered the paitige o( an Ordlnanc* at their Rafular MM PAID FOR BY The Committee to Beet Ray Crunk Ed Sauriol Chairman ally blind, said there are many people who need travel service between Las Vegas and Henderson. If you wish to sign a petition to this effect it will be available at the Henderson Home News OfTice. HENDERSON MUNKIPAL COURT TUES. MAY 1. 1979 9 A.M. Ricky Lee John Reiger. 21, No operators license. BENCH WARRANT ISSUED. Unregistered vehicle, Bench Warrant Issued. Unregistered vehicle, BENCH WARRANT ISSUED, No operators license, BENCH WARRANT ISSUED. Sharon Kay McNeel, 21. Disorderly conduct. Fined 150.00. James Roger Barron, 27. Bench Warrant. Fined $100.00. Speeding 55-45. Fined $20.00. Roy Kevin Hauserman, 18, Con^ tributing delinquency minor, Fined $50.00 Paul David Nyman, 25, Driving under the influence sub. 30 days City Jail. Richard James Patrick, 21. Speeding 90-55, BENCH WARRANT ISSUED. Kraig Ray Keele, 25, Speeding 41-25 -sz BENCH WARRANT ISSUED. Buddy Vail. Sr., 48, Speeding 67-45, BENCH WARRANT ISSUED. Jose Guerrero Pizano, 34, Driving with revoked license. Fined $75.00. Leaving scene of accident. Fined $50.00. THURS. MAY 3. 1979 1 p.m. James Franklin Cox, 51. Driving under the influence. Fined $175.00, No vehicle insurance. Fined $25.00. David Bruce Morley. 22. Driving under the influence, Fined $IT5.00, No operators license. Fined $10.00 IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY or CLARK Case No P 11134 In the Matter of the Eitatc of MAX L. MORRISON, Deceased NOTICE or SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, as Administratrix oftlieEstateorMAX L MORRISON, deceaied. will lell at private lale to the highest and t>est bidder (net to the estate) upon the termi and conditions hereinafter mentioned, and lubjccl to conrirmilion by the above entitled Court, on the ISth day of May. l79.atthc houror:00 oe\otk AM at the oRWe of the Attorney for the Adminiitratrin. 24) Water Strvet Henderton. Nevada, all right, title, inlcreil and estate of laid MAX L MORRISON, deceased, at the time of his death and all right, title and inlereit that said estate has acquired by operation oriaw, or otherwise, other than or in addition to that of laid decedent at the time of his death, in and to the real property located at 5295 Hillitwro Lane, Las Vegai. Clarli County. Nevada, more particularly dcKribod ai follows, towit Lot Thirty-One (31) in Bloelt Ten (10) of Terra Uoda Unit No. 4-B Subdivision Bids and -oirers are invited for • aid property and must be in writing and will be received at the ofncf ofKENTJ DAWSON. ESQ, Attorney for the Administratrix of laid estate, 241 Water Strel.Jlenderion. Clark County. NeVada i(01S.orniay be Hied with theOerk of said Diatrict Court, or delivered peraonally to said Administratrix. at any time after first publication of this Notice and before making said sale. Said sale will be made on the following lerma: Purchai( to aiiume exiitinf liens and encumbrances Cash for decedent'sequitymtereit The Administratrix of this estkie reiervej the right to reject any and all bids DATED this Wh day of May. Itn. RITA 1 MORRISON Administratrix of the Eitate of MAX L MORRISON. Deceaied KENTJ DAWSON. ESQ. Attorney for Administratrix 243 Water Street Henderion. Nevada 8(015 AGENDA May 14, 1979 7:00 P.M. HV.!S?JJ J^"*^^^ **TINO$ HENDERSON CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS COUNCI^ 243 WATER STREET HENDERSON I. CONFIRMATION OF POSTING II. CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL n. ACCEPTANCE OF AGENDA IV. UNFINISHED BUSINESS: 1. HALCO, INC., 3355 W. Spring Mountain Road, L.V. 89102 Zone Change (Z-9-79) from R-R to R-1 R-3 and C-1 Section 9 off Pueblo and Warm Springs Road. V. NEW BUSINESS: 1. REQUEST G. & S. Steel Fabrication, 6211 Elmira Dr.. L.V. 89118 for deferment of ofTsites at 225 W. Foster Street. 2. RECOMMENDATION Regarding Water problem at 10 E. Basic Buescher. -— 3. REQUEST APPROVAL SOILS INVESH • May 10.1179. TIGATION Warm Springs Road Converse, Wark, Davis, Dixon. Work not to exceed $2,800.00-Regional Streets, Project. 4. CANVASS OF VOTES-Primary Election, May 8,1979 Moy 14, 1979 Following Recessed Meeting COMMUTTEE MEETING HENDERSON CITY COUNCIL COUNCIL CHAMBERS — 243 WATER STREET — HENDERSON I. CONFIRMATION OF POSTING II. CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL in. ACCEPTANCE OF AGENDA IV. ITEMS FOR DISCUSSION 1. LAND PROPOSALS 2. BILL NO. 207 3. DISCUSSION RECREATION PROGRAMS • Requested by Councilman Lawrence. 4. PETITION FOR ANNEXATION • 50 acres unimporved land in Section 13, T22S, R61E • Royal Crest, Inc., P.O. Box 42427 Huntridge Station, L.V. 89104. • 5. DISCUSSION Establishing a Testing Labi 8. DISCUSSION Paving Municipal ParkinJ Ut. H-May 10,1979 NOTICE or PUBUC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commiiiion of the City of Henderion will bold a Public Hearing on May 23. 1979. at 100 p m in the Planning Commisiion Chambers, Civic Center, City Hall Annex, 201 Lead Street. Henderson. Nevada, to consider the application of Mr Dick Pack for Loren Grace Construction Company, 34<3 Procyon. Suite A. Lasi'egas. Nevada 80102. for a Variance to allow an accessory building (garage) lo be located ai close as ff to the main structure (house) where 10' minimum ii required at 2010 Thoroughbred Road ii Section 27 in an RE (Ranch Estates Residence District) lone. IL ^Z \ \ 2010 "Vhoroughbrad .CdJJ Vl-Tt ANY AND ALL intereited periofls may apitcar before the City Ptaialng Commliaieii CIUMT In pcraoti er br couucl and may ob)ct to or cipreu approval of the proposed Variance, or may prior to the Publk HMring. fll* wlik UM City Plaaniitf DtparUMM wriiua otiicUMi dMrtU or atprwal UierMl (I) GILBERT VALDCZ. Chairman HINDBRSON PUNNING COMMISSION DATED May •, 1IT9 H May 10. II79 Htndtrten Home New.,' Htndefw,, Nevwle R VM Domum Bock WWllSirMiw After an absence of several years, Rae Von Domum, who worked for the Henderson Home News for approximately 20 years, is back doing features with the news paper. Von Domum plans to do two articles a week, one which will tell what happened ten years ago in Henderson this week, and the other on some people in Henderson and their favorite photograph A native of Colorado, Von Domum has lived in Nevada for many years. Her first ho^e was in Tonopah and she later moved to Whitney. (East Las Vegas) For many years she resided in Henderson and has seen tHendel RM Von Domum much of the history of Henderson and has written much of it. She got started in the newspaper business about 1950 when Isabelle Back, reporter for the Home News from Pittnao, got ber to write a column f^om Whitney When Back went to work for the Las Vegas Sun, Von Domum took over writin^om the Pittman area. The first job she bad on the paper was to sell advertising for a Christmas newspaper. At that time the newspaper was an advertising throw away. Her flrst assignment as a reporter was to j do a story on the great| American Athlete Jim Thorpe, who was living in Pittman In order to get news, | Mrs. Von Dornum or-| gsnized the Pittman i Women's Club and she also organized the HenT derson Postmistress { club. • R-SVf Thirty • seven Seniors came into Room 2i between the raindrops and enjoyed a bountiful repast of delicious food at our Monthly Pot Luck. If you weren't here, you missed a good lunch! Bingo was called by Sadie Mowry assisted by Joe Garcia. Thanks again you two. Prise winners were "Speedy" Munsy, Agnes Thomson, Bosie McClelJan.Anna Worswlck, Lucille Jack, C.C. Tracy, Edmund Walsh, Oarlene DePauw, Edith Will and Peggy Vllet. Sorry about that Floyd, you didn't win agin. We all ohed and ahed over the beautiful trophy that was on display, won by the Seniors for Seniors for their float in the Parade. Most every one had a hand in making the flowers for the float. Five tables of canasta finished out the afternoon. SERVICES FOR SENIORS AT THE R.S.V.P. Room 29 Civic Center Arts and Crafts 2nd and 4th Wed. of the Month. Small appliances to be repaired by the Steel workers. Social Security every Wed. and Thurs from 9 a.m. till 4 pm. Free Blood pressure 12 noon on May lUh. Join us next Tues. for an afternoon of fun when Anna Worswick and Anna Walsh will be our hostesses. Thuftdey, Moy 10, I97f „ m J our hostesses. Robert Taylor First Graders Leom Library Science grade students at u;a. f• .-. '->First grade students at Robert Taylor Elementary are library-minded and eager to know how to find the books they want to read. A group of children trom the classes of Mrs. Ellen Piero and Miss Brenda Sawyer became ^terested in the prim~ary card^afaTog and7 with their newly acquired reading skills, decided to make use of it After few library scope and sequence classes they learned that there was in the card catalog not just one, but at least three, catalog cards for each book. They learned that one was for the name of the book, one was for the name of the person who wrote the book and one was for what the book was about. Next they learned the words title, author and subject as shorter ways for defining the first line on the catalog card. Practice with old ca talog cards in games and exercises made the material realistic. In their classrooms the students had learned about the spine of a book, the title page, copyright dates and illustrators. Now they needed only to know about the magic call number and how to decipher it. When this was accomplished the students were ready to write what they termed A REPORT. Subjects were chosen, books on the subject were listed, and then, with the use of the call number, the books were found by the students and checked out to supply infprma-_ tion for the written re> port. The example in the picture of a finished first grade report was written by Elisa Anderson, a student in Mrs. Fiero's class. Young Elisa was both author and illustrator of the report, to which she has given a title, based on the subject involved. I LiARNING TO USf THE CARD RIE X-' NOW THE RESEARCH lEOINS Breathing Partners Will Meet Mother's Day Service At First Baptist Church The regular monthly meeting of the Breathing Partners Club will be held on Thursday, May 17, 1979, beginning at 7:00 p.m., in the Guild Room of Christ Episcopal Church at the corner of Maryland Parkway and St. Louis Avenue. This month's speaker will be Dr. Roger P. Ward. DC, who is a specialist in nutritional therapy and physiotherapy. He will be presenting the topic "Nutrition Counseling for Problems of Breathing." club for lung patients and family members, is open to all interested individuals. The organization is sponsored by the Nevada Lung Association and there are no dues or membership fees, further information may be obtained by calling the Nevada Lung Association. ''W NOT INTRIGUE MOM THIS YL FDR THS OCCASION OR ANYTME COME SS THE SafCTION AND VARIETY OF HWO CMFTQO^RATnff AMIli RINCnONAl STONEWARE POTTW. """W"" ANDl PBSONAL COMMBSIONS WBCOMED. 4 ARBURTON/ACKUNSTUDIO&G $ ^ 8U E UUCE MEAD Ofln/E i HENDERSON S6M740 '• ^ Join your friends this Sunday at First Baptist Church for Study. Worship and Fellowship. Sunday Bible school classes for every age begin at 9:30 a.m. The Worship Hour begins at U am. All Mothers and their families are invited to worship with us this Sunday. Special recognition will be given to Mothers during this Service, The pastor's message will be "The Command to love". Baptist Evening -Fellowship will begin at 6 p.m. and will be followed by a Mothers* Day Social in the Sodal Hall. There will be NO Reereatk>n T\mt this Sunday Evening. ATTENTION YOimi: Election of officers was held last Sunday Evening. The following officers were elected: President. Charles Combs; 'Vice President, Warren Hartwick; and SecretaryTreasurer, Kathy Wythe. An officers meeting will be held this Sunday Evening St S p.m. in the Youth Room. There will be a Bowling Party on Friday night of this week. Vouth will meet at the church at 8 p.m. to celebrate May birthdays, followed by Bowjing at Henderson lanes at 9:30 p.m. Rev. John Osko, Pastor, and the congregation of First Baptist Church invite you to join us in all services and activities. First Baptist Church is located at 47 East Atlaotie Avenue, Henderson. Reverend Robert W.Richards Minister of the Community Church of Henderson. United Church of Christ, 27 E. Texas Street, Henderson takes a pause for an "Action People in. terview! Bright, youthful, clean > cut, and optimistic; Rethuseastic and optomistic; Reverend Richards ignited Henderson with the spiritual spark of Christianity that the United Church of Christ offers since his arrival in 1967. "Our church as it is today is a combination of the doctrines taught by the Congregational Christian Church (which dates backtothej)il;rims) and the Evangelical Reformed Church. I am proud to add that this church structure was one of the first churches in Henderson erected by the Government along with St. Peters Catholic Church. Our groundbreaking took place on September 7th, 1943. and we were organized on November l$th. 1942." Services are held at 10:30 am. on Sundays with Sunday School convening at 9 a.m. Reverend Richards holds his church office hours daily from 9 a.m. until \2 noon excepting Tuesdays and Saturdays He can be reached at home by phoning 55-96fl0. The Women's At%ne.\\\nn is held the third Wednesday of each month at 1 p.m. and there is a Joy Fellowship for Young Women which is open for membership, also. So Bob Richards, popular Minister of the Community Church enjoys and lives a happy life in the Town of Henderson with his lovely wife, Sally Ann (Media Aid at Burkholder Junior High School), and their children: David • Age 13; and Mathew • Age 11, both students at Burkholder Junior High School. Sally also serves as a Sunday School Teacher of Junior High School Age children at the Community Church. Born in St Louit, Missouri of parents, Edward and Olive Richards, young Bob received hit elementary and high scho<)l education there. "It wasn't until my third year in high school that I became interested in the possibilty of becoming a minister. I attended the United Church of Christ and developed a close friendship with the minister, Reverend Joe Sandven, whom I greatly admired," Revertnd Richards peioted out. Bob went on to attend Westminister College (Fulton, Missouri) and to graduate with the Bachelor of Arts degree in 1961 His major was Psychology and English at the famous college (home of the Churchhill "iron curtain" speech). During his third year, Bob spent one year abroad (I-I99e) at Foman CbriaUan College. Uhore. West PakisUn, with courses in Sociology, Family Relations and English Drama. Further education included: Washington University (St. Louis, Mo): Edefr^ Theological Seminary, St. Louii£ Mo., where he met and marriedT pretty Sally Ann Eskeles, iit:;:, 1963. He graduated in 1965 witF a B D. Degree. Additional:' courses were: Counseling • Tow. son State Teachers College iiu_ Baltimore. Maryland where hif served as Minister to a 17(%_ membership at Zion Evangelical Lutheran Reformed Church, and United Church of Christ • 1964; J_year of study with a H minister in Baltimore;graduate ^ courses in psychology at th
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**^f*on Huff Nw, H*ndnen, Ntvado I St. Rose de Lima Observes Notional Hospital Week f99*t r-~ ^ A nationwide cam lpign to contain health JMcare costs is the focus of Inactivities at St. Rose de IjjLima Hospital May 6 to '.'1l2 as that institution obliserves National Hospiital Week this year. OBITUARIES Jones Bardin Thundoy. Moy 10. 1979 i '! • ; The campaign is calpled the Voluntary Effort 'ho Contain Health Care • jCosts and St. Rose de .jI'Lima Hospital joins .;!6.400 hospitals around ;;ithe country during Naitjtional Hospital Week to jjjcall attention to the Voljljuntary Effort. (VE). jfl The VE. established in .]?late 1977, is a coalition of .rhospitals, physicans. ;;,health insurers, health }|Hndustry suppliers and ^.representatives from rgovernment. business and comsumer groups. The aim of this coalition is to provide national leadership for an all-out assault on rising health care costs. The coalition recognizes that everyone must share in the responsibility for rising costs. The national goal of the VE is to reduce the rate of increase in health care expenditures by a total of four percentage points in 1978 and 1979. And the VE is working. Savings to the American people during 1978 reached more that $1.3 billion. Activities planned during National Hospital Week at St. Rose de Lima Hospital center around the Voluntary Effort. A reception for senior citizens will acquaint the guests with services available in Henderson. The employee picnic is given to recognize staff efforts towards cost contain-, ment. A flree blood pressure clinic, Friday May 11th, 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. in the Emergency Department is being offered to emphasize the importance of routine checkups to prevent hospitalization. The hospital is hosting the Chamber of Commerce on Friday to recognize that group's contribution to the community, and to provide information about the Voluntary Effort. Services will be held Friday. May 11 at 11 a.m. at Palm Chapel for James Bardin. 72, who passed away May 7 at his home. The Rev. Douglas Mefford of the Pentacostal Church will offlciate. Born November 13. 1906 in Wapanucka, Oklahoma. Mr. Bardin was a retired steelworker at a steel production plant. He is survived by his wife. Bonnie, of Henderson; sons. Burl 0. Bardin of Henderson, Jim L. Bardin of Prescott, Arizona, Thomas C. Bardin of Belvieu, Washington. Another son was the late John W. Bardin of Salt Lake City.James Bardin is also survived by a daughter. Connie S. Tuhn of Ontario, Calif.; brothers. J.V. Bardin of Norwalk, Calif, Leonard Bardin of Taft. Calif.. Omie T. Bardin of Dewar. Okla.. and Roy Bardin of Allen, Okla.; sisters. Vesta Wilson and Ola Frew of Henrietta, Okla., and Betty BozarthofTaft. Calif; 20 grandchildren and one great grandchild. Interment will follow at Palm Memorial Park. Imogene A. Hordesty Graveside services were held yesterday at Palm Memorial Park for Imogene A. Hardesty, 63 who passed away May 4 at Southern • Nevada Memorial Hospital. The Rev. John Oskoofthe First Baptist Church officiated. Mrs. Hardesty had been a homemaker and most recently had resided in Las Vegas. She was born September 25. 1915 in Louisville, Kentucky. Survivors include two daughters, Carol Stewart of Henderson and Sharon B. Hardesty of Gardena', California; sons, Herbert S. Hardesty Jr. of Henderson and Nickolas C. Hardesty of California and two grandchildren. Tbt art of knitting it tM to hm oriiinMMl in Scodtnd. UGAl NOTKE PUBUC NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the City Council of the City o( Hendcrion coniidered the paitige o( an Ordlnanc* at their Rafular MM PAID FOR BY The Committee to Beet Ray Crunk Ed Sauriol Chairman ally blind, said there are many people who need travel service between Las Vegas and Henderson. If you wish to sign a petition to this effect it will be available at the Henderson Home News OfTice. HENDERSON MUNKIPAL COURT TUES. MAY 1. 1979 9 A.M. Ricky Lee John Reiger. 21, No operators license. BENCH WARRANT ISSUED. Unregistered vehicle, Bench Warrant Issued. Unregistered vehicle, BENCH WARRANT ISSUED, No operators license, BENCH WARRANT ISSUED. Sharon Kay McNeel, 21. Disorderly conduct. Fined 150.00. James Roger Barron, 27. Bench Warrant. Fined $100.00. Speeding 55-45. Fined $20.00. Roy Kevin Hauserman, 18, Con^ tributing delinquency minor, Fined $50.00 Paul David Nyman, 25, Driving under the influence sub. 30 days City Jail. Richard James Patrick, 21. Speeding 90-55, BENCH WARRANT ISSUED. Kraig Ray Keele, 25, Speeding 41-25 -sz BENCH WARRANT ISSUED. Buddy Vail. Sr., 48, Speeding 67-45, BENCH WARRANT ISSUED. Jose Guerrero Pizano, 34, Driving with revoked license. Fined $75.00. Leaving scene of accident. Fined $50.00. THURS. MAY 3. 1979 1 p.m. James Franklin Cox, 51. Driving under the influence. Fined $175.00, No vehicle insurance. Fined $25.00. David Bruce Morley. 22. Driving under the influence, Fined $IT5.00, No operators license. Fined $10.00 IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY or CLARK Case No P 11134 In the Matter of the Eitatc of MAX L. MORRISON, Deceased NOTICE or SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, as Administratrix oftlieEstateorMAX L MORRISON, deceaied. will lell at private lale to the highest and t>est bidder (net to the estate) upon the termi and conditions hereinafter mentioned, and lubjccl to conrirmilion by the above entitled Court, on the ISth day of May. l79.atthc houror:00 oe\otk AM at the oRWe of the Attorney for the Adminiitratrin. 24) Water Strvet Henderton. Nevada, all right, title, inlcreil and estate of laid MAX L MORRISON, deceased, at the time of his death and all right, title and inlereit that said estate has acquired by operation oriaw, or otherwise, other than or in addition to that of laid decedent at the time of his death, in and to the real property located at 5295 Hillitwro Lane, Las Vegai. Clarli County. Nevada, more particularly dcKribod ai follows, towit Lot Thirty-One (31) in Bloelt Ten (10) of Terra Uoda Unit No. 4-B Subdivision Bids and -oirers are invited for • aid property and must be in writing and will be received at the ofncf ofKENTJ DAWSON. ESQ, Attorney for the Administratrix of laid estate, 241 Water Strel.Jlenderion. Clark County. NeVada i(01S.orniay be Hied with theOerk of said Diatrict Court, or delivered peraonally to said Administratrix. at any time after first publication of this Notice and before making said sale. Said sale will be made on the following lerma: Purchai( to aiiume exiitinf liens and encumbrances Cash for decedent'sequitymtereit The Administratrix of this estkie reiervej the right to reject any and all bids DATED this Wh day of May. Itn. RITA 1 MORRISON Administratrix of the Eitate of MAX L MORRISON. Deceaied KENTJ DAWSON. ESQ. Attorney for Administratrix 243 Water Street Henderion. Nevada 8(015 AGENDA May 14, 1979 7:00 P.M. HV.!S?JJ J^"*^^^ **TINO$ HENDERSON CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS COUNCI^ 243 WATER STREET HENDERSON I. CONFIRMATION OF POSTING II. CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL n. ACCEPTANCE OF AGENDA IV. UNFINISHED BUSINESS: 1. HALCO, INC., 3355 W. Spring Mountain Road, L.V. 89102 Zone Change (Z-9-79) from R-R to R-1 R-3 and C-1 Section 9 off Pueblo and Warm Springs Road. V. NEW BUSINESS: 1. REQUEST G. & S. Steel Fabrication, 6211 Elmira Dr.. L.V. 89118 for deferment of ofTsites at 225 W. Foster Street. 2. RECOMMENDATION Regarding Water problem at 10 E. Basic Buescher. -— 3. REQUEST APPROVAL SOILS INVESH • May 10.1179. TIGATION Warm Springs Road Converse, Wark, Davis, Dixon. Work not to exceed $2,800.00-Regional Streets, Project. 4. CANVASS OF VOTES-Primary Election, May 8,1979 Moy 14, 1979 Following Recessed Meeting COMMUTTEE MEETING HENDERSON CITY COUNCIL COUNCIL CHAMBERS — 243 WATER STREET — HENDERSON I. CONFIRMATION OF POSTING II. CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL in. ACCEPTANCE OF AGENDA IV. ITEMS FOR DISCUSSION 1. LAND PROPOSALS 2. BILL NO. 207 3. DISCUSSION RECREATION PROGRAMS • Requested by Councilman Lawrence. 4. PETITION FOR ANNEXATION • 50 acres unimporved land in Section 13, T22S, R61E • Royal Crest, Inc., P.O. Box 42427 Huntridge Station, L.V. 89104. • 5. DISCUSSION Establishing a Testing Labi 8. DISCUSSION Paving Municipal ParkinJ Ut. H-May 10,1979 NOTICE or PUBUC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commiiiion of the City of Henderion will bold a Public Hearing on May 23. 1979. at 100 p m in the Planning Commisiion Chambers, Civic Center, City Hall Annex, 201 Lead Street. Henderson. Nevada, to consider the application of Mr Dick Pack for Loren Grace Construction Company, 34<3 Procyon. Suite A. Lasi'egas. Nevada 80102. for a Variance to allow an accessory building (garage) lo be located ai close as ff to the main structure (house) where 10' minimum ii required at 2010 Thoroughbred Road ii Section 27 in an RE (Ranch Estates Residence District) lone. IL ^Z \ \ 2010 "Vhoroughbrad .CdJJ Vl-Tt ANY AND ALL intereited periofls may apitcar before the City Ptaialng Commliaieii CIUMT In pcraoti er br couucl and may ob)ct to or cipreu approval of the proposed Variance, or may prior to the Publk HMring. fll* wlik UM City Plaaniitf DtparUMM wriiua otiicUMi dMrtU or atprwal UierMl (I) GILBERT VALDCZ. Chairman HINDBRSON PUNNING COMMISSION DATED May •, 1IT9 H May 10. II79 Htndtrten Home New.,' Htndefw,, Nevwle R VM Domum Bock WWllSirMiw After an absence of several years, Rae Von Domum, who worked for the Henderson Home News for approximately 20 years, is back doing features with the news paper. Von Domum plans to do two articles a week, one which will tell what happened ten years ago in Henderson this week, and the other on some people in Henderson and their favorite photograph A native of Colorado, Von Domum has lived in Nevada for many years. Her first ho^e was in Tonopah and she later moved to Whitney. (East Las Vegas) For many years she resided in Henderson and has seen tHendel RM Von Domum much of the history of Henderson and has written much of it. She got started in the newspaper business about 1950 when Isabelle Back, reporter for the Home News from Pittnao, got ber to write a column f^om Whitney When Back went to work for the Las Vegas Sun, Von Domum took over writin^om the Pittman area. The first job she bad on the paper was to sell advertising for a Christmas newspaper. At that time the newspaper was an advertising throw away. Her flrst assignment as a reporter was to j do a story on the great| American Athlete Jim Thorpe, who was living in Pittman In order to get news, | Mrs. Von Dornum or-| gsnized the Pittman i Women's Club and she also organized the HenT derson Postmistress { club. • R-SVf Thirty • seven Seniors came into Room 2i between the raindrops and enjoyed a bountiful repast of delicious food at our Monthly Pot Luck. If you weren't here, you missed a good lunch! Bingo was called by Sadie Mowry assisted by Joe Garcia. Thanks again you two. Prise winners were "Speedy" Munsy, Agnes Thomson, Bosie McClelJan.Anna Worswlck, Lucille Jack, C.C. Tracy, Edmund Walsh, Oarlene DePauw, Edith Will and Peggy Vllet. Sorry about that Floyd, you didn't win agin. We all ohed and ahed over the beautiful trophy that was on display, won by the Seniors for Seniors for their float in the Parade. Most every one had a hand in making the flowers for the float. Five tables of canasta finished out the afternoon. SERVICES FOR SENIORS AT THE R.S.V.P. Room 29 Civic Center Arts and Crafts 2nd and 4th Wed. of the Month. Small appliances to be repaired by the Steel workers. Social Security every Wed. and Thurs from 9 a.m. till 4 pm. Free Blood pressure 12 noon on May lUh. Join us next Tues. for an afternoon of fun when Anna Worswick and Anna Walsh will be our hostesses. Thuftdey, Moy 10, I97f „ m J our hostesses. Robert Taylor First Graders Leom Library Science grade students at u;a. f• .-. '->First grade students at Robert Taylor Elementary are library-minded and eager to know how to find the books they want to read. A group of children trom the classes of Mrs. Ellen Piero and Miss Brenda Sawyer became ^terested in the prim~ary card^afaTog and7 with their newly acquired reading skills, decided to make use of it After few library scope and sequence classes they learned that there was in the card catalog not just one, but at least three, catalog cards for each book. They learned that one was for the name of the book, one was for the name of the person who wrote the book and one was for what the book was about. Next they learned the words title, author and subject as shorter ways for defining the first line on the catalog card. Practice with old ca talog cards in games and exercises made the material realistic. In their classrooms the students had learned about the spine of a book, the title page, copyright dates and illustrators. Now they needed only to know about the magic call number and how to decipher it. When this was accomplished the students were ready to write what they termed A REPORT. Subjects were chosen, books on the subject were listed, and then, with the use of the call number, the books were found by the students and checked out to supply infprma-_ tion for the written re> port. The example in the picture of a finished first grade report was written by Elisa Anderson, a student in Mrs. Fiero's class. Young Elisa was both author and illustrator of the report, to which she has given a title, based on the subject involved. I LiARNING TO USf THE CARD RIE X-' NOW THE RESEARCH lEOINS Breathing Partners Will Meet Mother's Day Service At First Baptist Church The regular monthly meeting of the Breathing Partners Club will be held on Thursday, May 17, 1979, beginning at 7:00 p.m., in the Guild Room of Christ Episcopal Church at the corner of Maryland Parkway and St. Louis Avenue. This month's speaker will be Dr. Roger P. Ward. DC, who is a specialist in nutritional therapy and physiotherapy. He will be presenting the topic "Nutrition Counseling for Problems of Breathing." club for lung patients and family members, is open to all interested individuals. The organization is sponsored by the Nevada Lung Association and there are no dues or membership fees, further information may be obtained by calling the Nevada Lung Association. ''W NOT INTRIGUE MOM THIS YL FDR THS OCCASION OR ANYTME COME SS THE SafCTION AND VARIETY OF HWO CMFTQO^RATnff AMIli RINCnONAl STONEWARE POTTW. """W"" ANDl PBSONAL COMMBSIONS WBCOMED. 4 ARBURTON/ACKUNSTUDIO&G $ ^ 8U E UUCE MEAD Ofln/E i HENDERSON S6M740 '• ^ Join your friends this Sunday at First Baptist Church for Study. Worship and Fellowship. Sunday Bible school classes for every age begin at 9:30 a.m. The Worship Hour begins at U am. All Mothers and their families are invited to worship with us this Sunday. Special recognition will be given to Mothers during this Service, The pastor's message will be "The Command to love". Baptist Evening -Fellowship will begin at 6 p.m. and will be followed by a Mothers* Day Social in the Sodal Hall. There will be NO Reereatk>n T\mt this Sunday Evening. ATTENTION YOimi: Election of officers was held last Sunday Evening. The following officers were elected: President. Charles Combs; 'Vice President, Warren Hartwick; and SecretaryTreasurer, Kathy Wythe. An officers meeting will be held this Sunday Evening St S p.m. in the Youth Room. There will be a Bowling Party on Friday night of this week. Vouth will meet at the church at 8 p.m. to celebrate May birthdays, followed by Bowjing at Henderson lanes at 9:30 p.m. Rev. John Osko, Pastor, and the congregation of First Baptist Church invite you to join us in all services and activities. First Baptist Church is located at 47 East Atlaotie Avenue, Henderson. Reverend Robert W.Richards Minister of the Community Church of Henderson. United Church of Christ, 27 E. Texas Street, Henderson takes a pause for an "Action People in. terview! Bright, youthful, clean > cut, and optimistic; Rethuseastic and optomistic; Reverend Richards ignited Henderson with the spiritual spark of Christianity that the United Church of Christ offers since his arrival in 1967. "Our church as it is today is a combination of the doctrines taught by the Congregational Christian Church (which dates backtothej)il;rims) and the Evangelical Reformed Church. I am proud to add that this church structure was one of the first churches in Henderson erected by the Government along with St. Peters Catholic Church. Our groundbreaking took place on September 7th, 1943. and we were organized on November l$th. 1942." Services are held at 10:30 am. on Sundays with Sunday School convening at 9 a.m. Reverend Richards holds his church office hours daily from 9 a.m. until \2 noon excepting Tuesdays and Saturdays He can be reached at home by phoning 55-96fl0. The Women's At%ne.\\\nn is held the third Wednesday of each month at 1 p.m. and there is a Joy Fellowship for Young Women which is open for membership, also. So Bob Richards, popular Minister of the Community Church enjoys and lives a happy life in the Town of Henderson with his lovely wife, Sally Ann (Media Aid at Burkholder Junior High School), and their children: David • Age 13; and Mathew • Age 11, both students at Burkholder Junior High School. Sally also serves as a Sunday School Teacher of Junior High School Age children at the Community Church. Born in St Louit, Missouri of parents, Edward and Olive Richards, young Bob received hit elementary and high scho<)l education there. "It wasn't until my third year in high school that I became interested in the possibilty of becoming a minister. I attended the United Church of Christ and developed a close friendship with the minister, Reverend Joe Sandven, whom I greatly admired," Revertnd Richards peioted out. Bob went on to attend Westminister College (Fulton, Missouri) and to graduate with the Bachelor of Arts degree in 1961 His major was Psychology and English at the famous college (home of the Churchhill "iron curtain" speech). During his third year, Bob spent one year abroad (I-I99e) at Foman CbriaUan College. Uhore. West PakisUn, with courses in Sociology, Family Relations and English Drama. Further education included: Washington University (St. Louis, Mo): Edefr^ Theological Seminary, St. Louii£ Mo., where he met and marriedT pretty Sally Ann Eskeles, iit:;:, 1963. He graduated in 1965 witF a B D. Degree. Additional:' courses were: Counseling • Tow. son State Teachers College iiu_ Baltimore. Maryland where hif served as Minister to a 17(%_ membership at Zion Evangelical Lutheran Reformed Church, and United Church of Christ • 1964; J_year of study with a H minister in Baltimore;graduate ^ courses in psychology at th
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Nw, Hcndtnon. Nvwcki 10 fTw*"^nw n ffM only wniii t^ h an trrand on tanti." Abb* HilM Silm UGAl NOTKE PllBUC NOTICE ORDINANCE NO. 64T A N ORDIN ANCE or THE CITY OF IBNDERSON. NEVADA AN ORDINANCE RESTRICTING PARKING OF MOTOR VEHICLES IN SPACES DESIGNATED AND RESERVED FOR THE PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED, AUTHORIZING ENFORCEMENT. ON PRIVATE PROPERTY WITH THE CONSENT OF THE PROPERTY OWNER AND PROVIDING OTHER MATTERS RELATED THERETO' The above Bill No IM and forccoing ordinance vai nrsi propoed and read in iille lo the City Council of Ihe City of Henderjon. Nevada, on April 2.1(T9 which was 1 Regular Meeting o( the Council and referred to the following Committte: "COUNCIL AS'A WHOLE" for recommendation. Pt'BUC NOTICE 11 hereby given that the typewritten copies of the atMive mentioned Ordinance are available for inspection by all interested parties at the OfTlre of the City Clerli. 243 Water Street Hen derson. Nevada; and that said Ordinanee'No. M7 was proposed for adoption by Councilman Price and sccooded by Councilwoman KestersOi on the 7th day of May, 1979. and adopted by the following roll call vote VOTING "AYE" MAYOR LORINL WILLIAMS, COL'NCILMEN J GARY PRICE. PHIL STOL'T AND LORNA KESTERSON VOTING -NAY" NONE ABSENT COl'NCILMAN CARL TON D LAWRENCE (s) Loiin L Williams LORIN L WILUAMS, MAYOR, ATTEST (SI Dorothy A Vondenbrink DOROTHY \ VONDENBRINK, CMC. CITY CLERK H May 10. 17 PUBUC NOTICE "ORmNANCENOM A .N ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF HENDERSON, NEVADA AM ORDINANCE PERTAINING TO THE INVESTIGATION, LICENSING AND REGISTRATION or PERSONS ENGAGED AS EMP LOYEES. OWNERS OR MANA GERS OF TAXI SERVICES, GAM ING HOUSES AND LigUOR DISPENSING ESTABLISHMENTS; ESTABLISHING FEES. STAN DARDS AND PROCEDURES FOR ISSUANCE OF WORK CARDS, PROVIDING FOR THE REVOCA TWN OF WORK CARDS BY THE CHIEF OF POUCE. ESTABLISH ING PEN ALTIE.S FOR VIOLATION OF THE ORDINANCE; AND PRO VIDING OTHER MATTERS PROPERLY RELATED TMCHETO • The above Bill No 2M and foregoing ordinance was first proposed and read in title to the City • Council of the City of Henderson. Nevada on April 18.1979. which a a Regular MeeUng of the Council and referred to the following Com' mittec •COUNCIL AS A WHOLE • for recommendation PIBUC NOTICE IS hereby given 'hat the typewritten copies of the above mentioned Ordinance are available for inspection by all in lerested parties at the Office of the Ciiy Clerk, 243 Water Street. Hen drrM>n. Nevada, and that said Or dinance No •48 was proposed for adoption by Councilman Stout and )ciled by Councilman Price on the 7lh day of May, 1979 and adopted by the following roll call vole VOTING-AYE" MAYOR LORIN L WILLIAMS, COUNCILMEN J GARY PRICE PHIL STOUT AND LORNA KESTERSON VOTING "NAY NONE ABSENT COUNCILMAN CARU TOM D. LAWRENCE rriUrinL Williams M)RIN L WILUAMS MAYOR ATTEST • > Dorothy A Vondenbnnk DOROTHY A VONDENBRINK CMC CITY CLERK H May 10, 1979 BEFORE THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF NEVADA NOTICE OF TARIFF HUNG :ooa7) Nevada Motor Transport Tariff Service on behalfof CTI. a participating earner in their Irregular Route Common Car rters Tariff No 3-A has filed a revised page to their tariff. Identified as Docket No 21M with the Public Service Com mission The filing proposes rates on the commodity 'Potiolan from Laughlin Nevada to Hender soil. Nevada at 16 00 per ton of 2 000 lbs and from l.aughlin. .Nevada to Las Vegas Nevada at t*0 per ton of 2,000 lbs minimum of 30,000 lbs The filing is available for re view at the officer of the Public Service Commisiion Capito! • Complex, Kinkead Bailding, 306 East King Street, Carson City Nevada 8r710 and Ihe Bradley -Iwlding, 2901 East Sahara Av enite. Las Vegas. Nevada 89131 laterested and affected par 'TOnaay comment in writing to the Commission and file appropriate prolMU and-or Peti tions for Leave to Intervene at itt Caraon City office on or be Tore May 23 1979 By Utc Commiuiofl, r P Hardy P HARDY. Chairman '^|Mji(siWm W Praksch,Jr "WMV PROKSCH, JR Sert ary Dated CaraoB City, ,Nevda May 2. 1979 m M, Industrial District, to R 3, Limited Multiple Residential District, for nine acres located in a portion of the Northeaat QuarUr of the Southcaal Quarter of SecUon 5, T22S, RC2E, off Sunact RMd ANY AND ALL interested persons may appear before Ihe City Planning Commission either in person or by counsel and may ob)ct lo or f ipress approval of the proposed Zone Change, or may, prior to the Public Hearing file with the City Planning Department written objection thereto or approval thereof (SI GILBERT VALDEZ, Cbaiman HENDERSON PLANNING COMMISSION DATED May 8, 197 H May 10, 1979 "Mw'i Intdom )i hit innor MicnMl B89f UGAL NOTICE NOTICE or ArWJCATION FOR rERMISSION TO APFROPRIATE THE PUBUC WATERS or THE STATE or NEVADA ArR. It, IfIS AppltciUen No. Sam Nocke If kanby |IVB that on UM Ttk day of rtbratry 1979. rinan CeryorttiM of Ua Vaftt SUU of Nevada mad* appUeatlen to the Stala Eii|lar of Nerada for prmUslen to appropriata 00111 of a second foot of the public watcn of the SUte of Nevada. Diversion ts to made from an underiroiind fource at a point located WIUIIB tBe SB^ NE^. Seetlea K T. It S.. R 80 E. MOB a M. or it a point ttDm •kick tke NH of tald XeetioB M bean N trSTSr W.. a ditUncc of IWM foet Watar will be eied for quasi BHnlcipal purpoaes ttom January lit t Deceaber 31sl of each year DaU of ftrst publicaUon April 28, 1979 Date of last publication May 24. IV79 Signed William J Newman, P.E Stale Englaecr H • April 38. May 3.10. IT. 24, 1979 IN THE EIGHTH JUDIOAL DISTRICT COURT or THE STATE Or NEVADA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CLARK Filed April 2S 11 23 a m "79 LoretU Bowman, Clerk by Shirlee Christoffcrson No P 10947 IN THE MATTER OFTHE ESTATE or Peter Ngan Chan(. Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS 90 days Notice Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified by the above entitled Court on the 2aih day of April, 1979, as Administrator of the estate of Peter Ngan Chang, deceased All creditors having claims against said estate arc required to file the same with the proper vouchers atuchcd. with the Clerk of the Court within 90 days after the first publication of this notice. Dated April 29th. A D 1979. Nevada National Bank W> Peter D. Bumes. Peter D. Bumes, Trust Officer Clarfc. Greene and Richards 3808 South Easter Avenue UiVegas, NV.atllO is) Robert E Clark Attoraey's for tbeEsUte U^i^ According to i itudy mad* by Or, Harvty Lahman of tha Univanity of Ohio, tt>e bait yaan of an athlate'i life ar* batwaan agat of 27 and 29. LEGAL NOTia NOTICE or APPLICATION FOR PERMISSION TO APPROPRIATE THE PUBLIC WATERS OF THE STATE OF NEVADA APR 19, 1979 Application No. 38779 Notice is hereby given that on the 14th day ofFebruary 1979, US De^ partment of the Interior. Bureau of Land Management of Las Vegas State of Nevada made application to the SUte Egninecr of Nevada for permission lo appropriate 0.08 of a second foot of the public waters of Ihe Slate of Nevada. Diversion is to be made from an underground source at a point located within Ihe SEV, SE''.. Section 12. T 21 S, R 98 E, M D B M or at a point ttom which lb* SE corner of said Section 12 bears S. 62* 02' E a distance of 1227 74 feel Water will be used for domestic and recreation purposes from January 1st lo December 31sl of each year. Date of first publication April 28, 1979 Date of last publication May 24, 1979 Signed: William J Newman, P.E, Stale Engineer H April 28, May 3, 10,17, 24, 1979 Thundoy, May 10, 1979 "A minutt't lueeaii pyi the failura of yaart." Robart Browning LEGAL NOTKE In the Eighth Judicial District Court Of the State of Nevada.'in and for Uie County of Clark NO AI877I3 DEPT NO VI EDWARD WEINSTEIN, MIUCA WEINSTEIN, Plaintlfh. VS. ARTHUR B. DUrrV, MARCO A MONTEVERDE, SARAH MONTEVERDE. JOHN DOES I throuch X. Defondants. SUMMONS THE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS OREBTINOS TO THE ABOVENAMED DEFENDANT You are hereby summoned and required to serve upon EDWARD WEINSTEIN, ESg. plaintifTs attorney, whose addreu ii 2309 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, Nevada 89104 an answer to the Complaint which is herewith served upon you, within 20 days after service of this Summons upon you, exclusive of the day of service, l/yqu fkil to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint This is an action lo Quiet Title to certain real estate located in the County of Clark, Stale of Nevada, more fVilly described on Ihe Complaint to Quiet Title attached hereto and made a part hereof (SEAL) LORETTA BOWMAN, Clerk of Court By Sharon Anderson, Deputy Clerk DATE: April 9, 1979 H May 3,10, 17, 1979 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the City of Henderson will hold a Public Hearing on May 23,1979al tOOpm in the Planning Commission Chambers, City Hall Annex, 201 Lead Street, Henderson. Nevada, lo consider the application of Wayne Silliloe, 488 Water Street. Henderson, for a Variance lo allow leas thau 10' between structures and loexceed Ihe 40^ lot coverage as required the Zoning Ordinance at the above address in an Rl, One Family Residence District V5-79 ANY AND ALL interested persona may appear before the City Planning Commission either in person or by counsel and may object to or expreu approval of the proposed Variance, or may, prior to the Public Hearing, file with the City Planning Dcpariment objection thereto or appreval thereof (sl GILBERT VALDEZ, Chairman HENDERSON PLANNING COMMISSION DATED Hay 8. 1979 H May 10. 1979 NOTICE OF PUBUC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the City of Henderson will hold a Public Hearing on May 23,1979, at 8 00 p m in the Planning Commission Chambers, City Hall Annex, 201 Lead Street, Henderson Nevada, lo consider the application of Mr Charles Nash. 270 Attcc Street, Henderson, for a Variance to allow less than 8900 square feet on a corner lot at Ihe above address as required by the Zoning Ordinance in a TE (Mobile Estaws Residence District) lonc V--7t ANY AND ALL interested persons auy appear before the City Planning Commission either in person or by counsel and may ob)ect to *f express approval ofthe proposed Variance or nay, prior to the Public Hearing, flic with the City Planning Department ebjcrUeo thereto or approval Ikeraof. HI GILBERT VALDEZ, Chairman HENDERSON PLANNING COMMISSION DATED May 8, 1(79 H May 10, 197t NOTICE OF PUBUC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of a Public Hearing on the Petition for Annexation of real property in the County of Clark, State of Nevada, generally described as The South Half (S H) of the Northeast Quarter (NE-W) of Sec uoa 12, Township 23 South. Range 81 East. MOM. containing tl 2 acres, more or less more particularly dcKribed as follows BEGINNING at the Southeast comer of the Northeast Quarter (NEm of said Section 12, Ibence South 9t^)t'99" West, along Ihe Southerly line of said Northeast Quarter (NEm. 388804 feet to the Center Quarter comer iCen Vi Cor) of Section 12TTbcnce along the Wes Uriy line of said Northeast Quarter (NE Si, North 0018ir West, 1333 33 feel lo the Northwest comer of Ihe South Half (SH) of the Northeast Quarter (NEW), thence along Ihe .Northeriy line of said South Half (Sh) of the Northeast Quarter (NEV.I South 89^n'3r East. 2847 feet to a point on the Easterly I me o( said Northeast Quarter (NEV,i. Ikenc* along said line. South 00^'4r East, 133498 feel to Ihe POINT OF BEGINNING Said Public Heanng shall be held in the COUNCIL CHAMBER at City Hall, 243 Water Street. Henderson, Nevada, on Monday, May 21,1979. at the hour of 7 00 p ni Reports as required b^ NRS 288.378. concerning the City s Intcn lion and purpoae for Annexation shall be filed with the City Clerk of the City of Henderson and be avail able for examination by the public for a period of at least 20 days prior U>lhe21sldayorMay, 1979 Following are the names and addresses of all owners of record within the property proposed to be annexed Kenneth R and Melinda L Riley 230 Hotel Circle, San Oiego. Ca 12108. Cant 4 Asaro, Trustees, 929 B Street, Suite 930, San Diego. Ca. •3101 Any record ownertsl of property within the territory proposed lo be annexed may (1) Appear and be heard at such public bearingand may file with the Citv Clerk ofthe Citv of Hen dcrsoD a written protest to such annexation at any lime within 19 days after the conclusion of such public heanng. or (2) Appear and be beard at such public bearing or may file with the City Clerk ofthe City of Hen derson a written protest lo suck annexation at any time within 19 days after the conclusion of sch public heanng Unleu the ma)onty ofthe property owners in Ihe territory proposed lo be annexed protest tlie annexation, either verbally at Ihe public heanng or in writing within 19 days after Ihe conclasion thereof, Ihe City Council shall haveiheautbonty 10adopt an ordinance extending Ike corporate limits of Ihe City of Henderson to include all or part of the territory herein dcscnbed DATED this 34th day of April. lITt PUBLISHED IN THE HENDER ^ SON HOME NEWS April* May 3 and 10, 1979 POSTED o* the Bulletin B>ard al the front Door of C ity HaU. April 28.1979 POSTED OB Property ia tw pttm April M. ItTt COPY Bailed la abo* i en at addresses I turn Receipt lt.U7t Afrti Deretby A Vendcnbriak. CMC. CHr Clerii H Apnl 18, May }. Hi lUt NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PERMISSION TO APPROPRIATE THE PUBLIC WATERS OF THE STATE OF NEVADA APR 19. 1979 Application No 36188 Notice is hereby given that on the 22nd day of November 1978, Lewis F Noel of Las Vegas State of Nevada made application lo the State Engineer of Nevada for permissioi. to appropriate .023 of a second fool ofthe public waters of the State of Nevada. Diversioais to be made from an underground source al a point located within Ihe SE'-. SWV,, Section 18, T 22S R 81 E M D B 4 M or al a point ttom which the S>/ corner of said Section 16 bears S 43* 06 13 E a distance of 144998 leeL Water will be used for quasi municipal purposes frt>m January 1st to December 31sl of each year Date of first publication Apr. 26, 1979 Date of last publication May 24, 1979 Signed William J Newman. PE Stale Engineer H • April 26. May 3.10,17,2119TB H Apr 19. 26. May 3,10, 17,1979 NOTICE or PUBUC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of a Public Hearing on Ihe Petition for Annexation of real property in the County of Clark, Slate of Nevada, generally described as The Nnrthwest Quarter (NWVk) of Section t. Township 22 South, Range 82Eas(,M DM ,conUining 139 82 acres, more or less, more particularly described as follows BEGINNING at the Northwest comer of said Northwest Quar ter iNW"-,), thence along Ihe Norhlerly lint therof. North 89'4 31' East, 2640 88 feet 10 Ihe Northeast comer of said Northeast Quarter (NEW), thence alonK the Easterly line thereof South 00^04 West, 24676 fret to Ihe Southeast comer of said Norhleajt Quarter iNEW): thence alone Ihe Southerlv line thereof. South 89*2801 West, 2606 04 feet lo Ihe Quarter comer (W cor) common lo Sections 8 and 9: thence along the Westerly line of the Northwest Quarter (NWWl, North OO-ISIS" West, 2860 84 feel lo the POINT OF BEGINNING Said public hearing shall be held in the Council Chamber at City Hall, 243 Water Street, Hender son. Nevada, on Monday. May 21, 1979. al the hour of 7 00 p m Reports as required by NRS 268 978, concerning Ihe City's intention and purpose for Annexation shall be filed with Ihe City Clerk of the City of Henderson and be available for examination by the public for a period of at least 20 days prior to the 21st day of May, 1879 Following are Ihe names and addresses of all owners of record within the property proposed to be annexed Robert W t Ann C McMackin 3006 La Mesa Dnve, Henderson. Nevada 89019 Any record ownens) of property within Ihe territory proposed lo be annexed may (1) Appear and be heard at such public hearing and may file with Ihe City Clerk ofthe City of Hen derson a written protest lo such annexation alanylimewilhin 13 days after Ihe conclusion of such public hearing, or (2) Appear and be heard al such public bearing or may file with Ihe City Clerk ofthe City of Hen derson a written protest to such annexation al any time within 19 days after Ihe conclusion of such public hearing Unless the majority of the property owners in the territory propoaed to be annexed protest the annexation, cither verbally at the public bearing or in writing within 13 days after the conclu sion thereof, Ihe City Council shall have Ihe authority lo adopt an ordinance extending Ihe corporate limits of Ihe City of Henderson to include all or part of the territory herein de scribed DATED this 24th day of April. 1979 PUBLISHED IN THE RENDER SON HOME NEWS Apnl 26. May 3 aad 10 197t POSTED on the Bulletin Board at th* Front Doer of City Hall and two places on the Property April M, irt COPY mailed to above named own era at addresses indicated, He turn Receipt Requested, April 111979 Darotky A Vondenbrink. CMC, City Clerk H Ar-ll M. May }. 10. 1979 NOTICE OF PUBUC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of a Public Hearing on the Petition for Annexation of real property in Ihe County of Clark. State of Nevada,generallydescnbed as PARCELI The Southwest Quarter (SWW)oflhe Northeast Quarter (NEW); and PARCEL 2 The East Half lEHl of Ihe Northeast Quarter (NEW); Both parcels in Section 13, Township 22 South, Range 61 East, M D M consisting of 120 acres; more particularly descnbed as follows: BEGINNING al the Southeast cot-ner ofthe NorthweslQuarter (NEW) of said Section 13, thence North 0*44 39 West along the East line ofthe Northeast Quar ler iNEW) thereof a distance of 2632 92 feel lo the Northeast corner of IheNortheasI Quarter (NEW) of said Section 13, thence South 89*06 39 West along Ihe North line of the Northeast Quarter (NEW) thereof a dis lance of 1328 30 feet lo the Northwest corner of Ihe Northesst Quarter (NEW) of the Northeast Qaarter(NEW)or said Section 13; thence South 0*10'9r East along Ihe West line of said Northeast Quarter NEW) ofthe Northeast Quarter iNEWI thereof a distance of 1327 22 feel lo Ihe Southwest comer of said Northeast Quarter (NEW) of the Northeast Quarter (NEW) thereof; thence South 8r 04'92 West along the North line ofthe South Half of Ihe Nortbeasl Quarter(NEW)of said Section 13 a distance of 1341 39 feet to Ihe Northwest comer of Ihe South Half(SH)orthe Northeast Quar ter (NEW) of said Section 13, thence South 0* 22'99 West along the West line ofthe South Half of Ihe Northeast Quarter (NEW) of said Section 13 a dis lance of 1328 12 feel lo Ihe Southwest comer of the South Half (SWiof the Northeast Quar ter (NEW) of said Section 13. thence North 89* 03' 12" East along the South line of the Northeast Quartcr(NEW)of said Section 13 a distance of 2709 20 feet to the Point of Beginning NOTE The above legal was written from a Record of Survey (File 28. Page 60) by VTN Engineers dated S-13-73 Said public hearing shall be held in Ihe COUNCIL CHAMBER al City Hall, 243 Water Street, Henderson Nevadu on Mon day. May 21, 1979, al Ihe hour of 7 00 p m REPORTS as required by NRS 266 978, concerning the City's in tenlion and purpose for Annex ation shall be filed with Ihe City Clerk of the City of Henderson and be available for examina lion by the public for a period of al least 20 days prior to the 2lsl day of May, 1979 Following are the names and addresses al all owners of record within the property proposed to be annexed Equity Corporation PO Box 16034, Federal Station, Las Vegas, Nevada 89101 Any record ownens) of property within the lerritory proposed lo be annexed msy (ll Appear and be heard al such public hearing and may file within 13 days after Ihe conclu sion of such public hearing, or Ihe City Clerk ofthe City of Hen derson a written protest lo such annexation al any lime within 19 days alter the conclusion of such public hearing (2) Appear and be heard al such public hearing or may file with the City Clerk ofthe City of Hen derson a written protest to such annexation al any lime within 19 days after the conclusion of such public hearing, or Unleu the majority ofthe property owners in the territory prop osed to be annexed protest the annexation, either verbally at the public heanng or in writing within 13 days after the conclu sion thereof, Ibe City Council shall have Iheautbonty to adopt an ordinance eittadini the corporate limiu of Ike City of Henderson to include all or part of Ihe territory herein de Kribed DATED Uis Mtb day *f April. 1979 PUBLISHED IN THE HENDER SON HOME NEWS APRIL M. MAY 3 and 10, 1979 POSTED on the Bulletin Board at Ike Front Door of City Hall aad at two places oa UM property, April 26, im COPY mailed to above named oaers addresses indicated. Re turn Receipt Raqaestea. Apni 28.1979 IS) DOROTHY A VONDENBRINK. CMC, crrv CLERK HAprUM. May 2.10.1979 LEGAL NOTKE "SAL NOTKE IN THE EIGHTH jlJDiaAL DIS^ THICT COURT OrtHE STATE Or NEVADA IN AND EOR THE COUNTY or CLARK niaMay4 3:3Bpm. ItTt Laratta Bowman Clark By Manha Padilla No.P10ai6 IN THE MATTER OE THE ESTATE or LAURA C. PREVOLOS Deceased. NOTICE TO CREOrrORS (60 days Notice) NoUce Is hereby given that the Modcrslincd has been duly appointed and qualified by Ihe above entitled Court on the 9th day of March, lITt, as Eiecutrii oftheesUte of LAURA C PREVOLOS deceased. All creditors having claims against said estate are required to fli* the same with the proper vouchers attached, with the Clerk of the Court wiUiio 80 days after the first publicaUon of this notice. DaMd May 1, AD. 1979 (s> Helen Mullins Helen Mullins (s) James E. Guesmin James E. Guesman Attorney for the Estate 329 South Third St, Suite 24 Las Vegas, NV 89101 H May 10,17, 24,1979 IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA. IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CLARK No D10888 DEBORAH MAE ROBERTSON. Plaintiff vs. MICHAEL ANDREW ROBERTSON Defendant SUMMONS THE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT You are hereby summoned and reoulred to serve uoon James E Guesman, plaintifTs attorney, whose address is 329 South Third St, Sle. 24. Us Vegas. Nevada 89101 an answer to the Complaint which is herewith served upon you, within 20 days after service of this Summons upon you. exclusive ofthe day of service If you fail lo do so, judgement by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in Ihe Complaint This action is brought against you to recover a judgment dissolving the bonds of matrimony heretofore and now existing between you and the Plaintiff Loretta Bowman, Clerk of Court By Jeanette Sander Deputy Clerk Dale April 17, 1979 (District Court Seilji H May 10. 17. 24, 31. 1979 IN THE EIOHTH JUMCUL DIS^ TRICT COURT OF THE STATE Of NEVADA IN AND rOR THE COUNTY or CLAKK riled April IS lot p,a,1> Loretta Bowman Ctaili by RuUi Down Caaeno P1I1S3 In the Matter of Ike Estate of Alice Mae Godbey Koonti, al*o known as Alite M Koooti, Deceaaad NOTICE or TIME Or PROVING WILL NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that LAURA KELLY, having filed in this Court a document purporting to be the Last will and Testament of ALICE MAE GODBEY KOONTZ. also known as ALICE M KOONTZ, deceased, and a Petition praying Uiat the same be admitted to probate, and that she be appolnlad Executrix thereof; that the keariol thereon has been fixed by said Court for Eriday, Jke IMh day of May. 1979. at the hour of t.W a.m. of said day, al Use Ceurthowa, ta lb* City of Las Vegas. Coualy ofC State of Nevada; and all parsons laterested in said estate aranotinad then and there to appear and show cause, if any tbey kaTe, why Mid Will should not be admitted to probate and said Petitioner appointed Executrix thereof Dated this 29Ui day of April. trr9. Loretta Bowman, Clerk By: Ruth Down Deputy Clerk (DISTRICT COURT SEAU H-May3.10.15.1979 IN THE EIGHTH JUDIOAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA. IN AND EOR THE COUNTY or CURK 010409 Paul Alan Pore, Plaintiff vs. Elisabeth Alicia Fore. Defendant SUMMONS THE STATE OF SENDS GREETINGS ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT: You are hereby summoned and required lo serve upon James E Guesman plaintifTs attorney, whose address is 329 South Third SI, Suite 24, Lai Vegas, Nevada 89101 an answer to the Complaint which is herewith served upon you within 20 days after service of this Summons upon you, exclusive of the day of service If you fail to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for Ui* relief demanded in the Complaint. This action is brouiihl against yoa to recover a judgment dissolving the bonds of matrimony heretofore and now existing between you aad the PlaintilT Loretta Bowman Clerk of Court by Sharon Anderson Deputy Clerk Daw 3 30 1979 (DISTRICT COURT SEAL) H May 3, 10, 17, 24.1979 NEVADA TO THE We would like to thank ••• AMERICAN NEVADA CORP. DEVELOPERS OF GREEN VALLEY for sponsoring our Softball Team '7he Green Machine" —NOW OPEN— FREEMOirS 4X4 OUTFIHERS PARTS I ACCESSORIES FOR AU 4 WHEEL DRIVES OUR PRKES ARE COMPARABLE TO LAS VEGAS PRKES ... SAVE YOURSELF A TRIPl HOURS: 1 P.M. TO 8:30 P.M. MONDAY THRU FRIDAY ... SATURDAY 8:00 A.M. TO NOON. PHONE 565-6699 25 ARMY STREET HENDERSON r lalk to four of the best insurance agents at once your State Farm agent! He's trained to be your car, hotne, life AND health iniurancc aacnt. See or call: H. IAN TAYLOI MS. AGOia, MC lUTi raaa A INtUiaNCI 32S W. Ulie Mead Dr. Henderion Bus Ph SM-9743 Res Ph 49S-3971 •oo4 MlalibM; State Fua Is tMe*. Suit fa mwtnt* Canvann •Mo>Ton s B"'^.oglonl%ran. Hot Marilynn Hart ^ .-. May 15. .Flo.vdandt"^Mr1)y Barber. • • •-'' • May 16 Tony and;,5^3 Valdez, .Mr. and .Mrs. SteiV^! Stokes. Seth and Kathleen Johnson 4 MOTHER'S DAY ^ IDEA! ,^) Personalized Custom T-Shirts For Mom! K 50 sorry to report that Pete Stegman. a long time resident of Henderson, pas.sed away at the Veterans hospital after a long illness. Pete will be missed by family and many of his old time friends. Pool Trophy Heard that Moon Mullin. representing St Peter's seniorcenter. won a beautiBLACK-^ MOUNTAIN PLUMBING "OHIMCMAHa NHIKPOSiy 'HOIWJJ, LOW RATES • SEWER & DRAIN LINES CLEANED* ^ FAUCETS • GARBAGE DISPOSALS • / NEW FIXTURES INSTALLED ,' COMMIICIAl • IISIOINTiai \^ • "OBERT TOGO Ownti '^E 565^749 SPECIAL THURS FRI & SAT. BUY ONE SHIRT FOR MOM & GET ANOTHER SHIRT FOR '/a PRICE! GOTCHA COVERED SHIRTS INC. NOW AT NEW LOCATION 27.C WATER ST. (NexMo Gold Mine) 564-1611 -^^ !r^ MODSMfliKs iHAr smr^ Mm, Wu/p Spmal with Us! ^ TOPS MARKET rrusATouRNEWLOCATioNilO WEST PACIFF-"HENDERSON NEW HOURS: MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 9 AM TO 7 PM COMPLETE UNE OF PRICES EFFECTIVE GROCERIES. PRODUCE. MEATS, COLD BEER & WINE MAY 10,11 & 12,1979 IS IT A PARKING LOT? No, thaf t St. ROM d Lima Hospital's hlipert which was constructed in 1968 for J^ A recent revision has been made by the Clark County board of school trustees and the Nevada State Board of Education in the requirements for high school graduation beginning with those students who will be eligible for graduation in 1983. The following changes will be made at Basic high school beginning with the 1979-80 years. The total number of units required for graduation will increase fk-om 19 to 21. The graduation requirement in mathematics will be increased from one to two units. The graduation requirement in social •tudies will be increased to three units by adding a required unit News From Basic High •morgency transportation. Though not usod often, it's available when necessary. 320 TO 330 LBS % BEEF inworidhistory. Allllth grade students will be required to enroll in six classes and all 12th grade students will be required to enroll in a minimum of four classes. new routines, a slide presentation and a formal Daddy-daughter presentation. Maurice Flores. former assistant principal at Basic high school, has assumed the principalship at Robert E. Lake elementary school. The junior prom and senior ball will be held May 12 at the UNLV ballroom. Yellow, gold and white colors will decorate the dance. Reigning as senior ball queen will be Ronnie Nield and junior prom queen will be Tammy Wingo. LoriErling.aseniorat Basic, serves as the El Lobo Yearbook Staffs editor-in-chief. She is also head varsity songleader and is active in student council. She works for Dr. Jan Bennett as a dental assistant. She has recently been accepted into UNLVs nursing program. 160 TO 170 LBS. HINDQUARTER Prices Quoted Oailu HNANCING AVAIIABLE ON APPROVED CREDIT CUTTING, WRAPPING 6 FREEZING FREE 11 3 BUTCHERS TO SERVE YOU NO PRE-PACKAGED MEATS WHS EXTRAl£AN AUMEAT wNfflsH --BOLOGNA IN MEAT CASE MEATDEPAflTMENT fflANKSlJO ICHIU BRICKS EXTRA LEAN BONaESS m BONELESS SIRLOIN STEAK l^iB liAM 98^ HOCKS BONELESS BREAKFAST SALAMI INMEATCASEl.35lfi SALT STEAKMiPORKBB^iB "A touch of class "has been selected as the 'theme for the annual Desertaire revue which has been set for Wed., May 16 at 7 p.m. at Basic's gym. Routines from throughout the year will be highlighted by five Plans for the annual year book signing party are being made for May 24 fi-om 7-9 p.m. in the activity center. Admission fee is 50 cents and music will be provided. Tom DeNardin, a graduate from Michigan State University, is in the business department at Basic. He also coached the freshman basketball team and is currently assisting the varsity baseball coach. He is single and lives in Henderson. HAM 2^"' PRODUCE SPECIALS SOUDH^ fflESHRIPE LETTUCE 35^ HEAD TOMATOES 45* IB COLORTEX GROCERY SPECIALS 4R0U5AAJ ANDBSON GOLDSTAR ^WIE ACCEPT RBD STAMPS AA* MvucnoUN bUUJ STAR .. 89* ICECREAM K GAL155 viW.\[ KBW1S TOMATO IUOZL WONE 5B5-707a

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Nw, Hcndtnon. Nvwcki 10 fTw*"^nw n ffM only wniii t^ h an trrand on tanti." Abb* HilM Silm UGAl NOTKE PllBUC NOTICE ORDINANCE NO. 64T A N ORDIN ANCE or THE CITY OF IBNDERSON. NEVADA AN ORDINANCE RESTRICTING PARKING OF MOTOR VEHICLES IN SPACES DESIGNATED AND RESERVED FOR THE PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED, AUTHORIZING ENFORCEMENT. ON PRIVATE PROPERTY WITH THE CONSENT OF THE PROPERTY OWNER AND PROVIDING OTHER MATTERS RELATED THERETO' The above Bill No IM and forccoing ordinance vai nrsi propoed and read in iille lo the City Council of Ihe City of Henderjon. Nevada, on April 2.1(T9 which was 1 Regular Meeting o( the Council and referred to the following Committte: "COUNCIL AS'A WHOLE" for recommendation. Pt'BUC NOTICE 11 hereby given that the typewritten copies of the atMive mentioned Ordinance are available for inspection by all interested parties at the OfTlre of the City Clerli. 243 Water Street Hen derson. Nevada; and that said Ordinanee'No. M7 was proposed for adoption by Councilman Price and sccooded by Councilwoman KestersOi on the 7th day of May, 1979. and adopted by the following roll call vote VOTING "AYE" MAYOR LORINL WILLIAMS, COL'NCILMEN J GARY PRICE. PHIL STOL'T AND LORNA KESTERSON VOTING -NAY" NONE ABSENT COl'NCILMAN CARL TON D LAWRENCE (s) Loiin L Williams LORIN L WILUAMS, MAYOR, ATTEST (SI Dorothy A Vondenbrink DOROTHY \ VONDENBRINK, CMC. CITY CLERK H May 10. 17 PUBUC NOTICE "ORmNANCENOM A .N ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF HENDERSON, NEVADA AM ORDINANCE PERTAINING TO THE INVESTIGATION, LICENSING AND REGISTRATION or PERSONS ENGAGED AS EMP LOYEES. OWNERS OR MANA GERS OF TAXI SERVICES, GAM ING HOUSES AND LigUOR DISPENSING ESTABLISHMENTS; ESTABLISHING FEES. STAN DARDS AND PROCEDURES FOR ISSUANCE OF WORK CARDS, PROVIDING FOR THE REVOCA TWN OF WORK CARDS BY THE CHIEF OF POUCE. ESTABLISH ING PEN ALTIE.S FOR VIOLATION OF THE ORDINANCE; AND PRO VIDING OTHER MATTERS PROPERLY RELATED TMCHETO • The above Bill No 2M and foregoing ordinance was first proposed and read in title to the City • Council of the City of Henderson. Nevada on April 18.1979. which a a Regular MeeUng of the Council and referred to the following Com' mittec •COUNCIL AS A WHOLE • for recommendation PIBUC NOTICE IS hereby given 'hat the typewritten copies of the above mentioned Ordinance are available for inspection by all in lerested parties at the Office of the Ciiy Clerk, 243 Water Street. Hen drrM>n. Nevada, and that said Or dinance No •48 was proposed for adoption by Councilman Stout and )ciled by Councilman Price on the 7lh day of May, 1979 and adopted by the following roll call vole VOTING-AYE" MAYOR LORIN L WILLIAMS, COUNCILMEN J GARY PRICE PHIL STOUT AND LORNA KESTERSON VOTING "NAY NONE ABSENT COUNCILMAN CARU TOM D. LAWRENCE rriUrinL Williams M)RIN L WILUAMS MAYOR ATTEST • > Dorothy A Vondenbnnk DOROTHY A VONDENBRINK CMC CITY CLERK H May 10, 1979 BEFORE THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF NEVADA NOTICE OF TARIFF HUNG :ooa7) Nevada Motor Transport Tariff Service on behalfof CTI. a participating earner in their Irregular Route Common Car rters Tariff No 3-A has filed a revised page to their tariff. Identified as Docket No 21M with the Public Service Com mission The filing proposes rates on the commodity 'Potiolan from Laughlin Nevada to Hender soil. Nevada at 16 00 per ton of 2 000 lbs and from l.aughlin. .Nevada to Las Vegas Nevada at t*0 per ton of 2,000 lbs minimum of 30,000 lbs The filing is available for re view at the officer of the Public Service Commisiion Capito! • Complex, Kinkead Bailding, 306 East King Street, Carson City Nevada 8r710 and Ihe Bradley -Iwlding, 2901 East Sahara Av enite. Las Vegas. Nevada 89131 laterested and affected par 'TOnaay comment in writing to the Commission and file appropriate prolMU and-or Peti tions for Leave to Intervene at itt Caraon City office on or be Tore May 23 1979 By Utc Commiuiofl, r P Hardy P HARDY. Chairman '^|Mji(siWm W Praksch,Jr "WMV PROKSCH, JR Sert ary Dated CaraoB City, ,Nevda May 2. 1979 m M, Industrial District, to R 3, Limited Multiple Residential District, for nine acres located in a portion of the Northeaat QuarUr of the Southcaal Quarter of SecUon 5, T22S, RC2E, off Sunact RMd ANY AND ALL interested persons may appear before Ihe City Planning Commission either in person or by counsel and may ob)ct lo or f ipress approval of the proposed Zone Change, or may, prior to the Public Hearing file with the City Planning Department written objection thereto or approval thereof (SI GILBERT VALDEZ, Cbaiman HENDERSON PLANNING COMMISSION DATED May 8, 197 H May 10, 1979 "Mw'i Intdom )i hit innor MicnMl B89f UGAL NOTICE NOTICE or ArWJCATION FOR rERMISSION TO APFROPRIATE THE PUBUC WATERS or THE STATE or NEVADA ArR. It, IfIS AppltciUen No. Sam Nocke If kanby |IVB that on UM Ttk day of rtbratry 1979. rinan CeryorttiM of Ua Vaftt SUU of Nevada mad* appUeatlen to the Stala Eii|lar of Nerada for prmUslen to appropriata 00111 of a second foot of the public watcn of the SUte of Nevada. Diversion ts to made from an underiroiind fource at a point located WIUIIB tBe SB^ NE^. Seetlea K T. It S.. R 80 E. MOB a M. or it a point ttDm •kick tke NH of tald XeetioB M bean N trSTSr W.. a ditUncc of IWM foet Watar will be eied for quasi BHnlcipal purpoaes ttom January lit t Deceaber 31sl of each year DaU of ftrst publicaUon April 28, 1979 Date of last publication May 24. IV79 Signed William J Newman, P.E Stale Englaecr H • April 38. May 3.10. IT. 24, 1979 IN THE EIGHTH JUDIOAL DISTRICT COURT or THE STATE Or NEVADA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CLARK Filed April 2S 11 23 a m "79 LoretU Bowman, Clerk by Shirlee Christoffcrson No P 10947 IN THE MATTER OFTHE ESTATE or Peter Ngan Chan(. Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS 90 days Notice Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified by the above entitled Court on the 2aih day of April, 1979, as Administrator of the estate of Peter Ngan Chang, deceased All creditors having claims against said estate arc required to file the same with the proper vouchers atuchcd. with the Clerk of the Court within 90 days after the first publication of this notice. Dated April 29th. A D 1979. Nevada National Bank W> Peter D. Bumes. Peter D. Bumes, Trust Officer Clarfc. Greene and Richards 3808 South Easter Avenue UiVegas, NV.atllO is) Robert E Clark Attoraey's for tbeEsUte U^i^ According to i itudy mad* by Or, Harvty Lahman of tha Univanity of Ohio, tt>e bait yaan of an athlate'i life ar* batwaan agat of 27 and 29. LEGAL NOTia NOTICE or APPLICATION FOR PERMISSION TO APPROPRIATE THE PUBLIC WATERS OF THE STATE OF NEVADA APR 19, 1979 Application No. 38779 Notice is hereby given that on the 14th day ofFebruary 1979, US De^ partment of the Interior. Bureau of Land Management of Las Vegas State of Nevada made application to the SUte Egninecr of Nevada for permission lo appropriate 0.08 of a second foot of the public waters of Ihe Slate of Nevada. Diversion is to be made from an underground source at a point located within Ihe SEV, SE''.. Section 12. T 21 S, R 98 E, M D B M or at a point ttom which lb* SE corner of said Section 12 bears S. 62* 02' E a distance of 1227 74 feel Water will be used for domestic and recreation purposes from January 1st lo December 31sl of each year. Date of first publication April 28, 1979 Date of last publication May 24, 1979 Signed: William J Newman, P.E, Stale Engineer H April 28, May 3, 10,17, 24, 1979 Thundoy, May 10, 1979 "A minutt't lueeaii pyi the failura of yaart." Robart Browning LEGAL NOTKE In the Eighth Judicial District Court Of the State of Nevada.'in and for Uie County of Clark NO AI877I3 DEPT NO VI EDWARD WEINSTEIN, MIUCA WEINSTEIN, Plaintlfh. VS. ARTHUR B. DUrrV, MARCO A MONTEVERDE, SARAH MONTEVERDE. JOHN DOES I throuch X. Defondants. SUMMONS THE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS OREBTINOS TO THE ABOVENAMED DEFENDANT You are hereby summoned and required to serve upon EDWARD WEINSTEIN, ESg. plaintifTs attorney, whose addreu ii 2309 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, Nevada 89104 an answer to the Complaint which is herewith served upon you, within 20 days after service of this Summons upon you, exclusive of the day of service, l/yqu fkil to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint This is an action lo Quiet Title to certain real estate located in the County of Clark, Stale of Nevada, more fVilly described on Ihe Complaint to Quiet Title attached hereto and made a part hereof (SEAL) LORETTA BOWMAN, Clerk of Court By Sharon Anderson, Deputy Clerk DATE: April 9, 1979 H May 3,10, 17, 1979 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the City of Henderson will hold a Public Hearing on May 23,1979al tOOpm in the Planning Commission Chambers, City Hall Annex, 201 Lead Street, Henderson. Nevada, lo consider the application of Wayne Silliloe, 488 Water Street. Henderson, for a Variance lo allow leas thau 10' between structures and loexceed Ihe 40^ lot coverage as required the Zoning Ordinance at the above address in an Rl, One Family Residence District V5-79 ANY AND ALL interested persona may appear before the City Planning Commission either in person or by counsel and may object to or expreu approval of the proposed Variance, or may, prior to the Public Hearing, file with the City Planning Dcpariment objection thereto or appreval thereof (sl GILBERT VALDEZ, Chairman HENDERSON PLANNING COMMISSION DATED Hay 8. 1979 H May 10. 1979 NOTICE OF PUBUC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the City of Henderson will hold a Public Hearing on May 23,1979, at 8 00 p m in the Planning Commission Chambers, City Hall Annex, 201 Lead Street, Henderson Nevada, lo consider the application of Mr Charles Nash. 270 Attcc Street, Henderson, for a Variance to allow less than 8900 square feet on a corner lot at Ihe above address as required by the Zoning Ordinance in a TE (Mobile Estaws Residence District) lonc V--7t ANY AND ALL interested persons auy appear before the City Planning Commission either in person or by counsel and may ob)ect to *f express approval ofthe proposed Variance or nay, prior to the Public Hearing, flic with the City Planning Department ebjcrUeo thereto or approval Ikeraof. HI GILBERT VALDEZ, Chairman HENDERSON PLANNING COMMISSION DATED May 8, 1(79 H May 10, 197t NOTICE OF PUBUC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of a Public Hearing on the Petition for Annexation of real property in the County of Clark, State of Nevada, generally described as The South Half (S H) of the Northeast Quarter (NE-W) of Sec uoa 12, Township 23 South. Range 81 East. MOM. containing tl 2 acres, more or less more particularly dcKribed as follows BEGINNING at the Southeast comer of the Northeast Quarter (NEm of said Section 12, Ibence South 9t^)t'99" West, along Ihe Southerly line of said Northeast Quarter (NEm. 388804 feet to the Center Quarter comer iCen Vi Cor) of Section 12TTbcnce along the Wes Uriy line of said Northeast Quarter (NE Si, North 0018ir West, 1333 33 feel lo the Northwest comer of Ihe South Half (SH) of the Northeast Quarter (NEW), thence along Ihe .Northeriy line of said South Half (Sh) of the Northeast Quarter (NEV.I South 89^n'3r East. 2847 feet to a point on the Easterly I me o( said Northeast Quarter (NEV,i. Ikenc* along said line. South 00^'4r East, 133498 feel to Ihe POINT OF BEGINNING Said Public Heanng shall be held in the COUNCIL CHAMBER at City Hall, 243 Water Street. Henderson, Nevada, on Monday, May 21,1979. at the hour of 7 00 p ni Reports as required b^ NRS 288.378. concerning the City s Intcn lion and purpoae for Annexation shall be filed with the City Clerk of the City of Henderson and be avail able for examination by the public for a period of at least 20 days prior U>lhe21sldayorMay, 1979 Following are the names and addresses of all owners of record within the property proposed to be annexed Kenneth R and Melinda L Riley 230 Hotel Circle, San Oiego. Ca 12108. Cant 4 Asaro, Trustees, 929 B Street, Suite 930, San Diego. Ca. •3101 Any record ownertsl of property within the territory proposed lo be annexed may (1) Appear and be heard at such public bearingand may file with the Citv Clerk ofthe Citv of Hen dcrsoD a written protest to such annexation at any lime within 19 days after the conclusion of such public heanng. or (2) Appear and be beard at such public bearing or may file with the City Clerk ofthe City of Hen derson a written protest lo suck annexation at any time within 19 days after the conclusion of sch public heanng Unleu the ma)onty ofthe property owners in Ihe territory proposed lo be annexed protest tlie annexation, either verbally at Ihe public heanng or in writing within 19 days after Ihe conclasion thereof, Ihe City Council shall haveiheautbonty 10adopt an ordinance extending Ike corporate limits of Ihe City of Henderson to include all or part of the territory herein dcscnbed DATED this 34th day of April. lITt PUBLISHED IN THE HENDER ^ SON HOME NEWS April* May 3 and 10, 1979 POSTED o* the Bulletin B>ard al the front Door of C ity HaU. April 28.1979 POSTED OB Property ia tw pttm April M. ItTt COPY Bailed la abo* i en at addresses I turn Receipt lt.U7t Afrti Deretby A Vendcnbriak. CMC. CHr Clerii H Apnl 18, May }. Hi lUt NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PERMISSION TO APPROPRIATE THE PUBLIC WATERS OF THE STATE OF NEVADA APR 19. 1979 Application No 36188 Notice is hereby given that on the 22nd day of November 1978, Lewis F Noel of Las Vegas State of Nevada made application lo the State Engineer of Nevada for permissioi. to appropriate .023 of a second fool ofthe public waters of the State of Nevada. Diversioais to be made from an underground source al a point located within Ihe SE'-. SWV,, Section 18, T 22S R 81 E M D B 4 M or al a point ttom which the S>/ corner of said Section 16 bears S 43* 06 13 E a distance of 144998 leeL Water will be used for quasi municipal purposes frt>m January 1st to December 31sl of each year Date of first publication Apr. 26, 1979 Date of last publication May 24, 1979 Signed William J Newman. PE Stale Engineer H • April 26. May 3.10,17,2119TB H Apr 19. 26. May 3,10, 17,1979 NOTICE or PUBUC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of a Public Hearing on Ihe Petition for Annexation of real property in the County of Clark, Slate of Nevada, generally described as The Nnrthwest Quarter (NWVk) of Section t. Township 22 South, Range 82Eas(,M DM ,conUining 139 82 acres, more or less, more particularly described as follows BEGINNING at the Northwest comer of said Northwest Quar ter iNW"-,), thence along Ihe Norhlerly lint therof. North 89'4 31' East, 2640 88 feet 10 Ihe Northeast comer of said Northeast Quarter (NEW), thence alonK the Easterly line thereof South 00^04 West, 24676 fret to Ihe Southeast comer of said Norhleajt Quarter iNEW): thence alone Ihe Southerlv line thereof. South 89*2801 West, 2606 04 feet lo Ihe Quarter comer (W cor) common lo Sections 8 and 9: thence along the Westerly line of the Northwest Quarter (NWWl, North OO-ISIS" West, 2860 84 feel lo the POINT OF BEGINNING Said public hearing shall be held in the Council Chamber at City Hall, 243 Water Street, Hender son. Nevada, on Monday. May 21, 1979. al the hour of 7 00 p m Reports as required by NRS 268 978, concerning Ihe City's intention and purpose for Annexation shall be filed with Ihe City Clerk of the City of Henderson and be available for examination by the public for a period of at least 20 days prior to the 21st day of May, 1879 Following are Ihe names and addresses of all owners of record within the property proposed to be annexed Robert W t Ann C McMackin 3006 La Mesa Dnve, Henderson. Nevada 89019 Any record ownens) of property within Ihe territory proposed lo be annexed may (1) Appear and be heard at such public hearing and may file with Ihe City Clerk ofthe City of Hen derson a written protest lo such annexation alanylimewilhin 13 days after Ihe conclusion of such public hearing, or (2) Appear and be heard al such public bearing or may file with Ihe City Clerk ofthe City of Hen derson a written protest to such annexation al any time within 19 days after Ihe conclusion of such public hearing Unless the majority of the property owners in the territory propoaed to be annexed protest the annexation, cither verbally at the public bearing or in writing within 13 days after the conclu sion thereof, Ihe City Council shall have Ihe authority lo adopt an ordinance extending Ihe corporate limits of Ihe City of Henderson to include all or part of the territory herein de scribed DATED this 24th day of April. 1979 PUBLISHED IN THE RENDER SON HOME NEWS Apnl 26. May 3 aad 10 197t POSTED on the Bulletin Board at th* Front Doer of City Hall and two places on the Property April M, irt COPY mailed to above named own era at addresses indicated, He turn Receipt Requested, April 111979 Darotky A Vondenbrink. CMC, City Clerk H Ar-ll M. May }. 10. 1979 NOTICE OF PUBUC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of a Public Hearing on the Petition for Annexation of real property in Ihe County of Clark. State of Nevada,generallydescnbed as PARCELI The Southwest Quarter (SWW)oflhe Northeast Quarter (NEW); and PARCEL 2 The East Half lEHl of Ihe Northeast Quarter (NEW); Both parcels in Section 13, Township 22 South, Range 61 East, M D M consisting of 120 acres; more particularly descnbed as follows: BEGINNING al the Southeast cot-ner ofthe NorthweslQuarter (NEW) of said Section 13, thence North 0*44 39 West along the East line ofthe Northeast Quar ler iNEW) thereof a distance of 2632 92 feel lo the Northeast corner of IheNortheasI Quarter (NEW) of said Section 13, thence South 89*06 39 West along Ihe North line of the Northeast Quarter (NEW) thereof a dis lance of 1328 30 feet lo the Northwest corner of Ihe Northesst Quarter (NEW) of the Northeast Qaarter(NEW)or said Section 13; thence South 0*10'9r East along Ihe West line of said Northeast Quarter NEW) ofthe Northeast Quarter iNEWI thereof a distance of 1327 22 feel lo Ihe Southwest comer of said Northeast Quarter (NEW) of the Northeast Quarter (NEW) thereof; thence South 8r 04'92 West along the North line ofthe South Half of Ihe Nortbeasl Quarter(NEW)of said Section 13 a distance of 1341 39 feet to Ihe Northwest comer of Ihe South Half(SH)orthe Northeast Quar ter (NEW) of said Section 13, thence South 0* 22'99 West along the West line ofthe South Half of Ihe Northeast Quarter (NEW) of said Section 13 a dis lance of 1328 12 feel lo Ihe Southwest comer of the South Half (SWiof the Northeast Quar ter (NEW) of said Section 13. thence North 89* 03' 12" East along the South line of the Northeast Quartcr(NEW)of said Section 13 a distance of 2709 20 feet to the Point of Beginning NOTE The above legal was written from a Record of Survey (File 28. Page 60) by VTN Engineers dated S-13-73 Said public hearing shall be held in Ihe COUNCIL CHAMBER al City Hall, 243 Water Street, Henderson Nevadu on Mon day. May 21, 1979, al Ihe hour of 7 00 p m REPORTS as required by NRS 266 978, concerning the City's in tenlion and purpose for Annex ation shall be filed with Ihe City Clerk of the City of Henderson and be available for examina lion by the public for a period of al least 20 days prior to the 2lsl day of May, 1979 Following are the names and addresses al all owners of record within the property proposed to be annexed Equity Corporation PO Box 16034, Federal Station, Las Vegas, Nevada 89101 Any record ownens) of property within the lerritory proposed lo be annexed msy (ll Appear and be heard al such public hearing and may file within 13 days after Ihe conclu sion of such public hearing, or Ihe City Clerk ofthe City of Hen derson a written protest lo such annexation al any lime within 19 days alter the conclusion of such public hearing (2) Appear and be heard al such public hearing or may file with the City Clerk ofthe City of Hen derson a written protest to such annexation al any lime within 19 days after the conclusion of such public hearing, or Unleu the majority ofthe property owners in the territory prop osed to be annexed protest the annexation, either verbally at the public heanng or in writing within 13 days after the conclu sion thereof, Ibe City Council shall have Iheautbonty to adopt an ordinance eittadini the corporate limiu of Ike City of Henderson to include all or part of Ihe territory herein de Kribed DATED Uis Mtb day *f April. 1979 PUBLISHED IN THE HENDER SON HOME NEWS APRIL M. MAY 3 and 10, 1979 POSTED on the Bulletin Board at Ike Front Door of City Hall aad at two places oa UM property, April 26, im COPY mailed to above named oaers addresses indicated. Re turn Receipt Raqaestea. Apni 28.1979 IS) DOROTHY A VONDENBRINK. CMC, crrv CLERK HAprUM. May 2.10.1979 LEGAL NOTKE "SAL NOTKE IN THE EIGHTH jlJDiaAL DIS^ THICT COURT OrtHE STATE Or NEVADA IN AND EOR THE COUNTY or CLARK niaMay4 3:3Bpm. ItTt Laratta Bowman Clark By Manha Padilla No.P10ai6 IN THE MATTER OE THE ESTATE or LAURA C. PREVOLOS Deceased. NOTICE TO CREOrrORS (60 days Notice) NoUce Is hereby given that the Modcrslincd has been duly appointed and qualified by Ihe above entitled Court on the 9th day of March, lITt, as Eiecutrii oftheesUte of LAURA C PREVOLOS deceased. All creditors having claims against said estate are required to fli* the same with the proper vouchers attached, with the Clerk of the Court wiUiio 80 days after the first publicaUon of this notice. DaMd May 1, AD. 1979 (s> Helen Mullins Helen Mullins (s) James E. Guesmin James E. Guesman Attorney for the Estate 329 South Third St, Suite 24 Las Vegas, NV 89101 H May 10,17, 24,1979 IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA. IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CLARK No D10888 DEBORAH MAE ROBERTSON. Plaintiff vs. MICHAEL ANDREW ROBERTSON Defendant SUMMONS THE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT You are hereby summoned and reoulred to serve uoon James E Guesman, plaintifTs attorney, whose address is 329 South Third St, Sle. 24. Us Vegas. Nevada 89101 an answer to the Complaint which is herewith served upon you, within 20 days after service of this Summons upon you. exclusive ofthe day of service If you fail lo do so, judgement by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in Ihe Complaint This action is brought against you to recover a judgment dissolving the bonds of matrimony heretofore and now existing between you and the Plaintiff Loretta Bowman, Clerk of Court By Jeanette Sander Deputy Clerk Dale April 17, 1979 (District Court Seilji H May 10. 17. 24, 31. 1979 IN THE EIOHTH JUMCUL DIS^ TRICT COURT OF THE STATE Of NEVADA IN AND rOR THE COUNTY or CLAKK riled April IS lot p,a,1> Loretta Bowman Ctaili by RuUi Down Caaeno P1I1S3 In the Matter of Ike Estate of Alice Mae Godbey Koonti, al*o known as Alite M Koooti, Deceaaad NOTICE or TIME Or PROVING WILL NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that LAURA KELLY, having filed in this Court a document purporting to be the Last will and Testament of ALICE MAE GODBEY KOONTZ. also known as ALICE M KOONTZ, deceased, and a Petition praying Uiat the same be admitted to probate, and that she be appolnlad Executrix thereof; that the keariol thereon has been fixed by said Court for Eriday, Jke IMh day of May. 1979. at the hour of t.W a.m. of said day, al Use Ceurthowa, ta lb* City of Las Vegas. Coualy ofC State of Nevada; and all parsons laterested in said estate aranotinad then and there to appear and show cause, if any tbey kaTe, why Mid Will should not be admitted to probate and said Petitioner appointed Executrix thereof Dated this 29Ui day of April. trr9. Loretta Bowman, Clerk By: Ruth Down Deputy Clerk (DISTRICT COURT SEAU H-May3.10.15.1979 IN THE EIGHTH JUDIOAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA. IN AND EOR THE COUNTY or CURK 010409 Paul Alan Pore, Plaintiff vs. Elisabeth Alicia Fore. Defendant SUMMONS THE STATE OF SENDS GREETINGS ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT: You are hereby summoned and required lo serve upon James E Guesman plaintifTs attorney, whose address is 329 South Third SI, Suite 24, Lai Vegas, Nevada 89101 an answer to the Complaint which is herewith served upon you within 20 days after service of this Summons upon you, exclusive of the day of service If you fail to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for Ui* relief demanded in the Complaint. This action is brouiihl against yoa to recover a judgment dissolving the bonds of matrimony heretofore and now existing between you aad the PlaintilT Loretta Bowman Clerk of Court by Sharon Anderson Deputy Clerk Daw 3 30 1979 (DISTRICT COURT SEAL) H May 3, 10, 17, 24.1979 NEVADA TO THE We would like to thank ••• AMERICAN NEVADA CORP. DEVELOPERS OF GREEN VALLEY for sponsoring our Softball Team '7he Green Machine" —NOW OPEN— FREEMOirS 4X4 OUTFIHERS PARTS I ACCESSORIES FOR AU 4 WHEEL DRIVES OUR PRKES ARE COMPARABLE TO LAS VEGAS PRKES ... SAVE YOURSELF A TRIPl HOURS: 1 P.M. TO 8:30 P.M. MONDAY THRU FRIDAY ... SATURDAY 8:00 A.M. TO NOON. PHONE 565-6699 25 ARMY STREET HENDERSON r lalk to four of the best insurance agents at once your State Farm agent! He's trained to be your car, hotne, life AND health iniurancc aacnt. See or call: H. IAN TAYLOI MS. AGOia, MC lUTi raaa A INtUiaNCI 32S W. Ulie Mead Dr. Henderion Bus Ph SM-9743 Res Ph 49S-3971 •oo4 MlalibM; State Fua Is tMe*. Suit fa mwtnt* Canvann •Mo>Ton s B"'^.oglonl%ran. Hot Marilynn Hart ^ .-. May 15. .Flo.vdandt"^Mr1)y Barber. • • •-'' • May 16 Tony and;,5^3 Valdez, .Mr. and .Mrs. SteiV^! Stokes. Seth and Kathleen Johnson 4 MOTHER'S DAY ^ IDEA! ,^) Personalized Custom T-Shirts For Mom! K 50 sorry to report that Pete Stegman. a long time resident of Henderson, pas.sed away at the Veterans hospital after a long illness. Pete will be missed by family and many of his old time friends. Pool Trophy Heard that Moon Mullin. representing St Peter's seniorcenter. won a beautiBLACK-^ MOUNTAIN PLUMBING "OHIMCMAHa NHIKPOSiy 'HOIWJJ, LOW RATES • SEWER & DRAIN LINES CLEANED* ^ FAUCETS • GARBAGE DISPOSALS • / NEW FIXTURES INSTALLED ,' COMMIICIAl • IISIOINTiai \^ • "OBERT TOGO Ownti '^E 565^749 SPECIAL THURS FRI & SAT. BUY ONE SHIRT FOR MOM & GET ANOTHER SHIRT FOR '/a PRICE! GOTCHA COVERED SHIRTS INC. NOW AT NEW LOCATION 27.C WATER ST. (NexMo Gold Mine) 564-1611 -^^ !r^ MODSMfliKs iHAr smr^ Mm, Wu/p Spmal with Us! ^ TOPS MARKET rrusATouRNEWLOCATioNilO WEST PACIFF-"HENDERSON NEW HOURS: MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 9 AM TO 7 PM COMPLETE UNE OF PRICES EFFECTIVE GROCERIES. PRODUCE. MEATS, COLD BEER & WINE MAY 10,11 & 12,1979 IS IT A PARKING LOT? No, thaf t St. ROM d Lima Hospital's hlipert which was constructed in 1968 for J^ A recent revision has been made by the Clark County board of school trustees and the Nevada State Board of Education in the requirements for high school graduation beginning with those students who will be eligible for graduation in 1983. The following changes will be made at Basic high school beginning with the 1979-80 years. The total number of units required for graduation will increase fk-om 19 to 21. The graduation requirement in mathematics will be increased from one to two units. The graduation requirement in social •tudies will be increased to three units by adding a required unit News From Basic High •morgency transportation. Though not usod often, it's available when necessary. 320 TO 330 LBS % BEEF inworidhistory. Allllth grade students will be required to enroll in six classes and all 12th grade students will be required to enroll in a minimum of four classes. new routines, a slide presentation and a formal Daddy-daughter presentation. Maurice Flores. former assistant principal at Basic high school, has assumed the principalship at Robert E. Lake elementary school. The junior prom and senior ball will be held May 12 at the UNLV ballroom. Yellow, gold and white colors will decorate the dance. Reigning as senior ball queen will be Ronnie Nield and junior prom queen will be Tammy Wingo. LoriErling.aseniorat Basic, serves as the El Lobo Yearbook Staffs editor-in-chief. She is also head varsity songleader and is active in student council. She works for Dr. Jan Bennett as a dental assistant. She has recently been accepted into UNLVs nursing program. 160 TO 170 LBS. HINDQUARTER Prices Quoted Oailu HNANCING AVAIIABLE ON APPROVED CREDIT CUTTING, WRAPPING 6 FREEZING FREE 11 3 BUTCHERS TO SERVE YOU NO PRE-PACKAGED MEATS WHS EXTRAl£AN AUMEAT wNfflsH --BOLOGNA IN MEAT CASE MEATDEPAflTMENT fflANKSlJO ICHIU BRICKS EXTRA LEAN BONaESS m BONELESS SIRLOIN STEAK l^iB liAM 98^ HOCKS BONELESS BREAKFAST SALAMI INMEATCASEl.35lfi SALT STEAKMiPORKBB^iB "A touch of class "has been selected as the 'theme for the annual Desertaire revue which has been set for Wed., May 16 at 7 p.m. at Basic's gym. Routines from throughout the year will be highlighted by five Plans for the annual year book signing party are being made for May 24 fi-om 7-9 p.m. in the activity center. Admission fee is 50 cents and music will be provided. Tom DeNardin, a graduate from Michigan State University, is in the business department at Basic. He also coached the freshman basketball team and is currently assisting the varsity baseball coach. He is single and lives in Henderson. HAM 2^"' PRODUCE SPECIALS SOUDH^ fflESHRIPE LETTUCE 35^ HEAD TOMATOES 45* IB COLORTEX GROCERY SPECIALS 4R0U5AAJ ANDBSON GOLDSTAR ^WIE ACCEPT RBD STAMPS AA* MvucnoUN bUUJ STAR .. 89* ICECREAM K GAL155 viW.\[ KBW1S TOMATO IUOZL WONE 5B5-707a

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l.uM.rCltyN.w..l.ld.,aty.Nevlo TKwr.v, M,v 10. 1W H9.M > -RBCREAtlONlVEWSw Junior High Sofllial Youth Baseball coaches needed Anyone 16 years of age or older interested in coaching youth T ball, Softball, or Baseball (boys and girls), please call the Recreation and Parks Department at 293-3956. The spring summer ball season is drawing near, so come on in and volunteer today! Red Cross Swim Lessons Registration for Red Cross Progressive Swim Lessons is now being taken at the BoulderCity Recreation Center, 900 Arizona stree;t. Each two week class is designed to teach the individual at their level of competency swimming and life saving techniques. Classes are scheduled to begin May 14. May 29, June 11, June 25. July 9, July 23, August 6. and August 20. For more information on what level class that will be offered stop by the Recreation Center. 900 Arizona Street. Pool fee for each two week class is $5.00. Floor Hockey, Basketball Pictures in Youth Floor Hockey and Basketball pictures are now in at the Recreation Center. Come on in and pick them up! Tennis Class Another session of adult tennis classes will begin May 22, under the instruction of Joe Skomski. The Beginner Class will emphasize the forehand, backhand, serve, volley, lob, grips and scoring: while the Intermediate Class will emphasize the singles game, forehand, backhand, serve, volley, lob, strategy and form, half volley, ter at the Boulder City Recreation and Parks Department Office. 900 Arizona Street, Monday Friday, 9 a.m. -5:30 p.m. Exercise and fun in one!! I^T? CO-tD OUtvAl.l >OST StASW TOUHMOttUT MSULTS Turkey! ovr Accuracy Ci^ l$-l,l$-J •locktri over our I5-J.IJ-5 llockcri over Turktys IS-ktlbll Nljht S/li tMraUy 5/17 Thurttfay 2:)0-J:00 0 UCUATION 2:)0-Sr)0 OfM •CCDCATION S:30-:00 Optn Velleyball Night BksTo Honor Mothers The Boulder City Elks will honor Mother with a brunch at 10 a.m. Sunday. the youngest and oldest mother will receive special honors, The Elks wishall mothers a most happy Mother's Dav. Water Ski Program At B.C. library Getting ready to water ski this season? Everyone, from beginners to advanced racers, will be able to learn more about one of Boulder City's favorite summertime sport on Wednesday. May 16. at-7 p.m. in the Boulder City Library. Members of theLas Vegas Boat & Ski Club will show a film on ski racing and discuss water skiing. The Boat & Ski Club is sponsoring its second sanctioned point race at Lake Mead May 19 and 20. and racers from the club will welcome questions about racing and the upcoming ski races. The program is free and the public is invited. For more information, call the library St 293-1281. Limited to only nine ~ players Boulder's junior high girls' softball team nonetheless made a valiant game of it Tuesday opposite Burkholder, coming back after being down 6-0 at the outset to go ahead 12-9. then down 15-12. come back to tie 15-15. almost win-' the game, then take a spill in the last inning. The Eagle girls played numerous girls at brand new positions due to the shortage of players-including Diana Blalock standing in at pitcher. Jodi Wilson behind the plate at catcher. Teresa Memmer at second, and Susan Cape at the shortstop position. All the girls played well including Delane Frogge in left with several key catches. the team got off to a slow start in allowing Burkholder to bat around in the first inning, however, after scoring a run in their half of the first when Teresa Memmer singled Diana Blalock off third they held the Jaguars scoreless in the, second while adding another three themselves when Martina Frogge batted in a run then Jodi Wilson and Kateri Kalastro both scored on the virtue of passed ball plays. Burkholder added three more runs in their half of The third to make the score ^ 9-4 in their favor before Boulder had its big third inning which netted them nine runs on five hits-two by Kim Gcrling plus doubles by Theresa Memmer and Kateri Kalastro. Kateri's being for two RBI's. An RBI single by Delane Frogge accounted for the balance of the Bouder hitting. The fourth inning> saw the two teams tie it up on six runs by Burkholder and two from Boulder-the Eagles losing out on the Sparklers Shine in Rhythmic Gpnastic Competition SHERRI LYNN MOLES, a seventh grode shnUnt ot Boulder City Junior High School, and a mcmbtr of the Lot Vogoi Sparklers Modem Rhythmic Oymnostio Team hos just returned from San FrarKisco, where she competed in the Western Regional Chompienships. Out of a field of 21 girls in her division, Sherri ploced second in three out of four •vents. Sh also brought home a trophy for socond place all • around. Sherri it coached by Candocc Feinberg, former two • time notional champion. Jhe Southern Nevada Gymnastic AssociMion"Sparklers" were represented this past weekend at Regional Competition in San Francisco. Twentyeight girls from Nevada. California, Utah, and Oregon competed in this somewhat new sport. Rhythmic Gymnastics which combines the beauty of the floor exercise with 5 different pieces of hand apparatus-ball, jump rope. hoop. Indian clubs, and ribbon. Receiving top honors for the Sparklers was Sherri Moles who placed second in hoop, ribbon, ball & rope, and tho All. Around. Lynn Stelte^com• peted for a 5th on ribbon and 6th All ArMind, while Kristen Urga took a Jrd and Maro Martioes a 4th both in ribbon.' Also competing for the Sparklers was Jodi Kepper and Jenny Mills. The S.N.G.A. team is coached by Candaoe Feinberg, past two-time National Champion, and is one of the few m the entire country to offer this unique sport made popular by the Europeaat. win u their winning run was picked off at third on a double play catch at short and then a toss to the Burkholder third baseman. Boulder's two runs came when Sue Cummings singled in Jodi Wilson and Diana Blalock did the same for Martina Frogge. The fifth tie breaking inning saw Burkholder overwhelm Boulder 9-4 in scoring to take the 24-19 decision. FbodCo^ Anyone interested in ordering organic food products ftx>m the Tucson Cooperative Warehouse should join us at the Teen BIdg. on Thursday mom. May 17, at 10 a.m. There is quite a variety of items to choose from including flours, seeds, beans, dried fruits,-pastas, sweetners, butters, cheeses, and juices. For any additional information call Terri Willis, 293-4120. Cbaiiiber Breokfnst Moy 16 ot A t W Drive-in The B.C. Chamber of Commerce will hold their get aquainted breakfast folldlving the City Council meeting at the A & W Diive-In on Nevada Highway. Because the council session has been moved fh>m May 8 to May 16 due to the Municipal Prinary Election on May 8. the Chamber meet has also been moved back one week. The breakfast meet will begin at 7:30 a.m. on May 16. Hunter Sofety Training Applications are being accepted by C.M^Hunter at 527 Cherry Street Phone 293-3962 for a Hunter Safety Course that will provide the certificate necessary for persons under 17 years of age to purchase a hunting license. As soon as 12 applicants are received, a class will be started. Advoaced Lifesaviag Clots The Boulder City Parks and Recreation Department is offering a Red Cross Instructed Advanced Lifesaving class. The class willj>rovide all participants with knowledge in lifesaving techniques, skills in prevention of aquatic accidents, various assisting skills and rescue procedure. The class will also cover basic first aid skills and pool safety aware' ness. The class will be held May 14 June 1 from 7 9 p.m. Monday thru Friday at the Boulder City Pool. All participants must be 16 years of age or older. Sign ups are now being taken at the Parks and Recreation Department. There will be a fee of $5.00. The class will be instructed by Debbie Whitebread and Linda Lee. Meet Your Boulder City Swimming Pool Chuck Reynolds points to the water inlets and outlets located far above his head at the deep end of the main pool Very ftde water from the bottom at this depth is drawn through the filtering system on a regular basis. Toda/s designs eiminate the deep end of pools. Boulder City Merchants the Best The NEWS is that the sidewalk sale sponsored by the Boulder City Chamber of Commerce was a success. It is going to be necessary next year to find a way that out of way places like Pet Fancies, the Burk Gal'ry and Sally's also Bennett's Sutionery have more attention paid to their marked down gift items and-good looking merchandise. Pet Fancies have a unique store and any animal lover can find agift for a friend with a pet that was so priced down last Saturday that the owner was selling below cost. At any rate, while (^sappointed that all stores did not enjoy the play that others did. it still worked better than last year for the weather was super and the food served at our newest "Fast Food" was double in volume to what he had expected. Grub Stop will have a Grand Opening soon. Don't let down your scramble towards being the town where everyone will shop at home once they learn that we do supply almost every service available in the big town. Next year the brains among you will solve the problems. Hem News and Bowlder City Nws ^ogelS Thursdoy, Moy 10, 1979 | I FIBERGLASS BELTED SIZE IBR78-13 DR78-14 ER78-14 FR78-14 GR78-14 FR78-15 GR78-15 HR78-15 LR78-15 BURLS SALE 37.95 38.95 39.95 41.95 40.95 42.95 44.95 47.95 FED TAXI rsm 2J5l I BR78-13 STEEL BELTED AR78-13 Uf\ LDR78J4 1381 I ER7M4 FR78-14 m I GR78-14 iM I HR78-14 iM I FR78-15 3. ai RADIALS WHITEWALLS GR78-15 HR78-15 JR78-15 LR78-15 BURLS SALE I FED. TAX 37.95 I 1.86 38.95 I 1.98 43.95 I 2.27 44.95 I 2.38 45.95 I 23S 46.95 I 2J5 SIZE 49.95 I 2.73 45.95 I 2.55 49.95 I 2.73 52.95 J 2.96 55.95 59.95 I 3.30 670-15 7W-15 650-16 700-16 750-16 750-16 8-17.5 8-19.5 800-16.5 800-16.5 875-16.5 950-16.5 10-16.5 12-16.5 PLY RATING RCGULAR PRICE MRL'S SALE $29.95 $33.95 $31.95 $34.95 $41.95 $45.95 $59.95 $69.95 $43.95 $45.95 $51.95 $59.95 $59.95 $69.95 OFF ROAD TREAD SLIGHTLY HIGHER FET 4PLf| POLY mjmmmm ALtTERRAIir RADIALS 8.SR14 FET 3.86 I.5R14 10RI5 12R15 10R16.S 12R16.5 73.9S 99.95 114.95 104.95 119.95 ALL 6 PLY RATED FET 3.86 FET 4.95 FET 5.95 FET 4.89 FET 5.68 THE FAST TIRE PIT STOP!! 1^. r B.EGoodrich i^Goodrieh T/A 50 AND 60 RADIALS! Get It on with Goodrich... wet tractkm even better than the original T/A T/A 60 SERIES WIDER! AR60-13 Iff 60-13 CR60-13 DR60-14 ER60-I4 FR60-14 6R60-14 FR60^1S 6R60-15 NR60-I5 MR60-IS FET 2.12 FET 2.28 FET 2.27 FET 245 FET 2.79 FET 2.85 FET 198 FET 2.99 FET 3.07 FET 340 FET 3.S5 FET 3i5 T/A 50 SERIES SUPER WIDE! • New tread pattern to Improve wet traction. • Block tndacs wttti anti-hydroplaning dcstgiv • New raised white letter styling. M50-13 MSO-13 CR50^13 ER50-14 flRSO-14 fiR5-IS NRM-IS LR50-15 59.96 FET 150 60.95 FET 135 6395 FET 198 7195 FET 3.20 79.95 FET 348 80.95 FET 313 85.95 FIT 3.50 93 95 fn 378 TIRE CENTERS lUKLS Henderson 38 Navy St. 565-8874 ^ HURL'S #4 BoMldtr City 916 Nmda Nwy 293-3593 BURL'S #2 Las Vtgas 3440 Spring Mountain Rd. 876-9226 lUllLS FLAMINGO BOULDER HWY 451-1453 lUlKLS No. Vegas 2201 Lake Mead (in Zody's) 642-5675 BURL'S #6 1411 N. EASTERN EASTERN NEAR OWENS 642-7959

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l.uM.rCltyN.w..l.ld.,aty.Nevlo TKwr.v, M,v 10. 1W H9.M > -RBCREAtlONlVEWSw Junior High Sofllial Youth Baseball coaches needed Anyone 16 years of age or older interested in coaching youth T ball, Softball, or Baseball (boys and girls), please call the Recreation and Parks Department at 293-3956. The spring summer ball season is drawing near, so come on in and volunteer today! Red Cross Swim Lessons Registration for Red Cross Progressive Swim Lessons is now being taken at the BoulderCity Recreation Center, 900 Arizona stree;t. Each two week class is designed to teach the individual at their level of competency swimming and life saving techniques. Classes are scheduled to begin May 14. May 29, June 11, June 25. July 9, July 23, August 6. and August 20. For more information on what level class that will be offered stop by the Recreation Center. 900 Arizona Street. Pool fee for each two week class is $5.00. Floor Hockey, Basketball Pictures in Youth Floor Hockey and Basketball pictures are now in at the Recreation Center. Come on in and pick them up! Tennis Class Another session of adult tennis classes will begin May 22, under the instruction of Joe Skomski. The Beginner Class will emphasize the forehand, backhand, serve, volley, lob, grips and scoring: while the Intermediate Class will emphasize the singles game, forehand, backhand, serve, volley, lob, strategy and form, half volley, ter at the Boulder City Recreation and Parks Department Office. 900 Arizona Street, Monday Friday, 9 a.m. -5:30 p.m. Exercise and fun in one!! I^T? CO-tD OUtvAl.l >OST StASW TOUHMOttUT MSULTS Turkey! ovr Accuracy Ci^ l$-l,l$-J •locktri over our I5-J.IJ-5 llockcri over Turktys IS-ktlbll Nljht S/li tMraUy 5/17 Thurttfay 2:)0-J:00 0 UCUATION 2:)0-Sr)0 OfM •CCDCATION S:30-:00 Optn Velleyball Night BksTo Honor Mothers The Boulder City Elks will honor Mother with a brunch at 10 a.m. Sunday. the youngest and oldest mother will receive special honors, The Elks wishall mothers a most happy Mother's Dav. Water Ski Program At B.C. library Getting ready to water ski this season? Everyone, from beginners to advanced racers, will be able to learn more about one of Boulder City's favorite summertime sport on Wednesday. May 16. at-7 p.m. in the Boulder City Library. Members of theLas Vegas Boat & Ski Club will show a film on ski racing and discuss water skiing. The Boat & Ski Club is sponsoring its second sanctioned point race at Lake Mead May 19 and 20. and racers from the club will welcome questions about racing and the upcoming ski races. The program is free and the public is invited. For more information, call the library St 293-1281. Limited to only nine ~ players Boulder's junior high girls' softball team nonetheless made a valiant game of it Tuesday opposite Burkholder, coming back after being down 6-0 at the outset to go ahead 12-9. then down 15-12. come back to tie 15-15. almost win-' the game, then take a spill in the last inning. The Eagle girls played numerous girls at brand new positions due to the shortage of players-including Diana Blalock standing in at pitcher. Jodi Wilson behind the plate at catcher. Teresa Memmer at second, and Susan Cape at the shortstop position. All the girls played well including Delane Frogge in left with several key catches. the team got off to a slow start in allowing Burkholder to bat around in the first inning, however, after scoring a run in their half of the first when Teresa Memmer singled Diana Blalock off third they held the Jaguars scoreless in the, second while adding another three themselves when Martina Frogge batted in a run then Jodi Wilson and Kateri Kalastro both scored on the virtue of passed ball plays. Burkholder added three more runs in their half of The third to make the score ^ 9-4 in their favor before Boulder had its big third inning which netted them nine runs on five hits-two by Kim Gcrling plus doubles by Theresa Memmer and Kateri Kalastro. Kateri's being for two RBI's. An RBI single by Delane Frogge accounted for the balance of the Bouder hitting. The fourth inning> saw the two teams tie it up on six runs by Burkholder and two from Boulder-the Eagles losing out on the Sparklers Shine in Rhythmic Gpnastic Competition SHERRI LYNN MOLES, a seventh grode shnUnt ot Boulder City Junior High School, and a mcmbtr of the Lot Vogoi Sparklers Modem Rhythmic Oymnostio Team hos just returned from San FrarKisco, where she competed in the Western Regional Chompienships. Out of a field of 21 girls in her division, Sherri ploced second in three out of four •vents. Sh also brought home a trophy for socond place all • around. Sherri it coached by Candocc Feinberg, former two • time notional champion. Jhe Southern Nevada Gymnastic AssociMion"Sparklers" were represented this past weekend at Regional Competition in San Francisco. Twentyeight girls from Nevada. California, Utah, and Oregon competed in this somewhat new sport. Rhythmic Gymnastics which combines the beauty of the floor exercise with 5 different pieces of hand apparatus-ball, jump rope. hoop. Indian clubs, and ribbon. Receiving top honors for the Sparklers was Sherri Moles who placed second in hoop, ribbon, ball & rope, and tho All. Around. Lynn Stelte^com• peted for a 5th on ribbon and 6th All ArMind, while Kristen Urga took a Jrd and Maro Martioes a 4th both in ribbon.' Also competing for the Sparklers was Jodi Kepper and Jenny Mills. The S.N.G.A. team is coached by Candaoe Feinberg, past two-time National Champion, and is one of the few m the entire country to offer this unique sport made popular by the Europeaat. win u their winning run was picked off at third on a double play catch at short and then a toss to the Burkholder third baseman. Boulder's two runs came when Sue Cummings singled in Jodi Wilson and Diana Blalock did the same for Martina Frogge. The fifth tie breaking inning saw Burkholder overwhelm Boulder 9-4 in scoring to take the 24-19 decision. FbodCo^ Anyone interested in ordering organic food products ftx>m the Tucson Cooperative Warehouse should join us at the Teen BIdg. on Thursday mom. May 17, at 10 a.m. There is quite a variety of items to choose from including flours, seeds, beans, dried fruits,-pastas, sweetners, butters, cheeses, and juices. For any additional information call Terri Willis, 293-4120. Cbaiiiber Breokfnst Moy 16 ot A t W Drive-in The B.C. Chamber of Commerce will hold their get aquainted breakfast folldlving the City Council meeting at the A & W Diive-In on Nevada Highway. Because the council session has been moved fh>m May 8 to May 16 due to the Municipal Prinary Election on May 8. the Chamber meet has also been moved back one week. The breakfast meet will begin at 7:30 a.m. on May 16. Hunter Sofety Training Applications are being accepted by C.M^Hunter at 527 Cherry Street Phone 293-3962 for a Hunter Safety Course that will provide the certificate necessary for persons under 17 years of age to purchase a hunting license. As soon as 12 applicants are received, a class will be started. Advoaced Lifesaviag Clots The Boulder City Parks and Recreation Department is offering a Red Cross Instructed Advanced Lifesaving class. The class willj>rovide all participants with knowledge in lifesaving techniques, skills in prevention of aquatic accidents, various assisting skills and rescue procedure. The class will also cover basic first aid skills and pool safety aware' ness. The class will be held May 14 June 1 from 7 9 p.m. Monday thru Friday at the Boulder City Pool. All participants must be 16 years of age or older. Sign ups are now being taken at the Parks and Recreation Department. There will be a fee of $5.00. The class will be instructed by Debbie Whitebread and Linda Lee. Meet Your Boulder City Swimming Pool Chuck Reynolds points to the water inlets and outlets located far above his head at the deep end of the main pool Very ftde water from the bottom at this depth is drawn through the filtering system on a regular basis. Toda/s designs eiminate the deep end of pools. Boulder City Merchants the Best The NEWS is that the sidewalk sale sponsored by the Boulder City Chamber of Commerce was a success. It is going to be necessary next year to find a way that out of way places like Pet Fancies, the Burk Gal'ry and Sally's also Bennett's Sutionery have more attention paid to their marked down gift items and-good looking merchandise. Pet Fancies have a unique store and any animal lover can find agift for a friend with a pet that was so priced down last Saturday that the owner was selling below cost. At any rate, while (^sappointed that all stores did not enjoy the play that others did. it still worked better than last year for the weather was super and the food served at our newest "Fast Food" was double in volume to what he had expected. Grub Stop will have a Grand Opening soon. Don't let down your scramble towards being the town where everyone will shop at home once they learn that we do supply almost every service available in the big town. Next year the brains among you will solve the problems. Hem News and Bowlder City Nws ^ogelS Thursdoy, Moy 10, 1979 | I FIBERGLASS BELTED SIZE IBR78-13 DR78-14 ER78-14 FR78-14 GR78-14 FR78-15 GR78-15 HR78-15 LR78-15 BURLS SALE 37.95 38.95 39.95 41.95 40.95 42.95 44.95 47.95 FED TAXI rsm 2J5l I BR78-13 STEEL BELTED AR78-13 Uf\ LDR78J4 1381 I ER7M4 FR78-14 m I GR78-14 iM I HR78-14 iM I FR78-15 3. ai RADIALS WHITEWALLS GR78-15 HR78-15 JR78-15 LR78-15 BURLS SALE I FED. TAX 37.95 I 1.86 38.95 I 1.98 43.95 I 2.27 44.95 I 2.38 45.95 I 23S 46.95 I 2J5 SIZE 49.95 I 2.73 45.95 I 2.55 49.95 I 2.73 52.95 J 2.96 55.95 59.95 I 3.30 670-15 7W-15 650-16 700-16 750-16 750-16 8-17.5 8-19.5 800-16.5 800-16.5 875-16.5 950-16.5 10-16.5 12-16.5 PLY RATING RCGULAR PRICE MRL'S SALE $29.95 $33.95 $31.95 $34.95 $41.95 $45.95 $59.95 $69.95 $43.95 $45.95 $51.95 $59.95 $59.95 $69.95 OFF ROAD TREAD SLIGHTLY HIGHER FET 4PLf| POLY mjmmmm ALtTERRAIir RADIALS 8.SR14 FET 3.86 I.5R14 10RI5 12R15 10R16.S 12R16.5 73.9S 99.95 114.95 104.95 119.95 ALL 6 PLY RATED FET 3.86 FET 4.95 FET 5.95 FET 4.89 FET 5.68 THE FAST TIRE PIT STOP!! 1^. r B.EGoodrich i^Goodrieh T/A 50 AND 60 RADIALS! Get It on with Goodrich... wet tractkm even better than the original T/A T/A 60 SERIES WIDER! AR60-13 Iff 60-13 CR60-13 DR60-14 ER60-I4 FR60-14 6R60-14 FR60^1S 6R60-15 NR60-I5 MR60-IS FET 2.12 FET 2.28 FET 2.27 FET 245 FET 2.79 FET 2.85 FET 198 FET 2.99 FET 3.07 FET 340 FET 3.S5 FET 3i5 T/A 50 SERIES SUPER WIDE! • New tread pattern to Improve wet traction. • Block tndacs wttti anti-hydroplaning dcstgiv • New raised white letter styling. M50-13 MSO-13 CR50^13 ER50-14 flRSO-14 fiR5-IS NRM-IS LR50-15 59.96 FET 150 60.95 FET 135 6395 FET 198 7195 FET 3.20 79.95 FET 348 80.95 FET 313 85.95 FIT 3.50 93 95 fn 378 TIRE CENTERS lUKLS Henderson 38 Navy St. 565-8874 ^ HURL'S #4 BoMldtr City 916 Nmda Nwy 293-3593 BURL'S #2 Las Vtgas 3440 Spring Mountain Rd. 876-9226 lUllLS FLAMINGO BOULDER HWY 451-1453 lUlKLS No. Vegas 2201 Lake Mead (in Zody's) 642-5675 BURL'S #6 1411 N. EASTERN EASTERN NEAR OWENS 642-7959

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Hi Thunday, May 10, 1979 ^9*14 HtndtrMn Hemt Ntwi and lMild*r City Nw I Thunday, May 10, 1979 ^9* 14 HtndtrMn Hemt Ntwi and Mild*r Cif "f"^:":* w"**'-"^ ^ Easter Seal plon June Assembly by Rae Von Domum ( PUBLIC 0BJECT40NS 0 MASTER PLAN-werc )ared at a public hearing >eld by the City Council on the proposed Master Plan for progressive development of the city. 1 Franklin Bills, consultant for the planning commission, gave the opening presentation, touching briefly on each of the major subjects con'tamed in the 81 page plan. He explained that the plan is not a mandatory act but a [guide for the Council in planning future development of the citj^ "GORDON McCAW' INEW NAME OF BASIC IELEMENTARY -The • Basic Elementary School lis being renamed in Bhonor of pioneer HcndcrIson educator Gordon McICaw, Ip.m. Tuesday at "'JO BOY 7 WINS POEM CONTEST-"Seven-year old Matt Lovitt, second grade student at Basic Elementary School was named winner of the poetry writing contest sponsored by the Southern Nevada Teachers of English and the Clark County Classroom Teachers Association, who awarded young Lovitt a prize of $10. The check was presented by Principal Dale Riddle. MUNI COURT -SESSION HEARS 12 CASESMunicipal Court of Henderson on Friday passed -sentence on six cases and set trial dates for two. One case was dismissed and three others were set for sentencing. Assault and battery and disorderly conduct were offenses also considered by the court. Failure to appear of10 Years Ago fcnjes were also on the docket, gross intoxication cases were plentiful and reckless driving offenders were heard. FROST TOP HAS NEW OWNERS -New owners Don and Mary Vincent of the Frost Top at 202 Lead Street have a family-type venture going for them-. Well known for her Italian pizzas is Don's mother, now featuring her special pizzas at the Frost Top and Mary's parents. Bob and Dolly French, take over in the evenings. Sister Marty Sanches is car hop. OR FRENCH NOW MAYOR OF BOULDER CITY-MORRYS STORY Rarely does the honor come to a man to be mayor of two different cities in a lifetime. It has happened to Dr. Jim French. Boulder City's council picked him as their mayor this week. He had been a councilman for years. When Henderson was incorporated in 1951. Dr. Jim was ofTictng and living here and he was a candidate in the first election ever held. He won and what a memorable night it was when the newly elected officials gathered in what is now the fire station to hear the mayor call the meeting to order. French's reign here was featured with action aplenty as he fought the plants for more help, as he talked the U.S. Government into selling us 4.000 acres of desert, which established a process that later brought us 17,000 acres more. When he moved his offices to Boulder to become associated with Dr. D. M. MacCormack. it wasn't long before he took a hand in local governmental probclms. He ran for council and was elected. His regime as councilman has been colorful, too. and for many years he sat alone on many issues. Until now.-when the electorate voted Jack Painter and Tom Warburton onto the council, both of whom are sympathetic to many of French's let's | wake up and go ideas. h was their two votes plus French's which refused to return Morgan Sweeney to a th]rd term as mayor Monday night and instead elected the doctor to the distinction of being the only man hereabouts who has served two cities as mayor. Speaking of that-government land Henderson first acquired -thru French's efforts. I wonder if all of us realize what a great gift it has been in helping the city grow. The first 8.000 acres brought more than a million dollars which were used in city improvements. An all-comers rodeo May 19 and 20 at Los Rancheros. 7800 Ann Road, will benefit the Nevada Easter Seal Society, according to Charles Fleming, Easter Seal board member. All gate proceeds and ten percent of all entry fees win go to Easter Seals to provide physical and speech therapy to the handicapped in Clark County. Darwin Lamb is donating the arena at Los Rancheros and Ben Dudley has arranged an allvolunteer crew to staff the rodeo. Events will include bareback and saddle bronc riding, calf and team roping, bull riding and bulldogging, barrels, a relay race and a Calcutta 300-yard quarterhorse race. Entry fees are $25 for the barfel and relay races, $100 for the quarterhorse race, and $40 for all other events. Entries open May |7 iat 8 a.m. at Los The Henderson Area will be well represented when the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Grand Lodge of Nevada, Grand Encampment of Nevada and Rebekah Assembly of Nevada convenes for their anRanchcros. The purse is $100 for all events except team roping, which carries $200 added money. Admission will be $3 for adults and $1.50 for children each day. Performances begin A 2 p.m. each day. nual sessions on June 17-20 in Carson City. The delegates from Sunshine Rebekah Lodge No. 41 have been elected. Also Deena Shaefer will serve as a Rebekah Assembly Air. All delegates or those planning to attend are urged to obtain from their Lodge Secretary the pre-registeration forms and mail them at their earliest convenience. 104 West Victory Road GOD GIVES EVERY Henderson. Nevada NQ platter how weak or Home Owner Loans AyJD-EliUIPMf'NVBDSilllSS %500. 10 $25,000 NO BROKER FEES TOMAKEA-LOAN NEVADA FIRST r//*//^r HENDERSON *^"'""" utfwm MHM' 4lii(UIM MSnmWll IJMi. fUMKOn M2(li2 'iTi'n'ia"" ni 2040 i< "Church of Christ' MAN A CHANCE TO unworthy the man may be in himself, the power which presides over the destiny of man giseshima chance. God is not partial. He does not select a~small group from the great crowd as objects of His JCJK M.M. .JtJC tifr*o HEAR THE WORD chance is no assurance that it will be used. Men make opportunities far more often than opportunities make men. The trouble is not that wc have not lacked a chance, but have possessed it and I special favor, and say to despised it. Salvation can be had. Truly Jesus and salvation is being preached in the church of Christ each Lord's Day. Come and visit with the Church of Christ every chance that you have. Ihe^_ minister, Garry FACTS 5 Villa M Pnido HOMfS vriN MiiiMis nwri MODELS OPEN Noon til 5 p.m. 2-3-4 BEDROOMS, FIREPLACE, OFF STREET R.V, PARKING AREA. REAR BLOCK WALLS ON POOL SIZE LOTS, f & FIGURES I Real income in the United Sutei is going up faster than inflation By the cloe of 1976, our real family income—after discounting for inflation-had reached an alltime high of $14,958. BOULDER CITY'S NEWEST COMMUNITY LOCATED IN A MOST DESIRABLE & HIGHER AREA OF TOWN. the rest. "You have no chance. • A man may lose his chance. The mere fact that God gives to each a You have an opportunity to come to Christ today, and if you will listen to God and obey His Son. Jesus Christ (Heb. 5<8-<))t • Make every day Mor/ier*8 Day GET TWO PATENTED RADARANCE OVEN ACCESSORIES WHEN YOU BUY ANY 700 WATT MICROWAVE/OVEN Martin, will be preaching this Sundav Morning "Why Follow Jesus?" This Sundav evening Jetos a Meticnger will be the subject of Mr. Martin. Schedule Of • Worship Services Sunday Morning -Bible Study •'9:30 a.m. • Sunday Morning -Worship Services • 10:30 a.m. Sunday Evening Worship Services • 6:00 p.m. Wednesday Evening Bihle Study and Devtioilal • 7:00 p.m. Come and worship with us this Sundav. iMMMunoNnasiCAUt ANOTHER OVIAIU DCV. INC raojKT CrcalMvif VIIU lOllM IMM Six months after Congreii signaled the end of the 40year-old Sugar Act, sugar soared from 25^ to 64< a pound, and then fluctuated wildly. A bill now Ix-fore Congreu would tend to keep consumer sugar prices stable by again levying import duties on foreign sugar that is dump"d on U.S. markets. • TTie agprepatr of Cro National Product* in the free world in 1975 was estimated al about $10.2 trillion dollars. The country with the largest Groia National Product IS the r.S with nearly $2.0.1 trillion m 1977-78. ,,|i' • l;*i.g Crest Dratwfy hides a rwrrow, spring s(-pieatcr that shapes fabrics into eteoant pleats. This nieans ttw entire drapery perfectly proportioned without btinchif>g Of gathenrtg wtiethar opened, closad. or traversed. YOU BE THE JUDGE! Move up to ttw best in quaWy and appearance. S "TTie Speciaksta' at Spring Crest sii^Ts L^ SPRING CREST DRAPERY CENTER 3770 E. Flamineo Road • 4564)089 OPEN DAILY 9 AM-5 PM • SATlff^DAY 9 AM-S PU • y SPRING PLEATED CUSTOM DRAPERIES Art Object of the Week "Raggedy Ann and Andy" • The ageless couple of our childhood days have not lost popularity with time. How often have we heard from a little girl or even a boy. "My favorite toy? Why Raggedy Ann and Andy, of course! It was my first doll and I love it the most!" Why these moppets with the frazzled hair, farm clothes and large eyes have not "gone down the drain" with some of the more sophisticated dolls donned in pretty dresses, doll faces and beautiful hair finding their habitat on some collector's shelf or cast aside in the corner to join the rest of the assortment of toys while the tot picks up the "raggedy" characters and hugs them is still a question. Maybe it is because Raggedy Ann and Andy represent the untouched; the poor soul; the honesty and simplicity of life that the child as well as the adult love them. ^ Marie (Mrs. Foy) Seegmiller captures th naivity of the ragged "scene stealers." Walk into a home with priceless art objects, antiques, name paintings. grand pianos, priceless Jewelry; what ultimately catches your eye? "Why. look, a Raggedy Ann doll; „ how well I remember!" Of course, the doll may be out of place in a room full of priceless treasures but the person who notices this "out-of-place" doll tells you something about that person. A person with depth will find true beauty in the simple! So we dedicate this week's art object to t|M lore of "Raggedy Ann and her beau Andy" as fashioned by Marie. "These dolls are popular in Henderson," Marie.reminds us, "and many people are making them for their children and gifts." Mrs. Seegmiller cuts foam rubber to the shape of the doll. She is generous with the size of the doll. She embroiders the eyes (outlined in black), eyebrows, .nose, and mouth on the white cloth before sewing the material over the foam rubber. She makes cute little laced shoes out of a felt like material, and a polka-dot pinafore skirt for Ann with matching shirt for Andy. Andy sports "jazzy" over-alls while demure Ann "shows off' her modest white blouse. Both of the characters are redheads as Marie favors the "carrot-top" for the dolls. Bright red yarn adds the "finishing touch" to the art objects." Stick a green ribbon (matching the clothes) in Aicn's hair and the timeless couple are ready for that old "down on the farm hoe down!" Born in Tremonton. Utah (the eldest of thirteen children), Marie Smith learned the art of embroidery at the age of eight from her mother, Rebecca Smith. She learned the culinary arts as well as the art of homemaking from her mother and was a help to her younger brothers and sisters. "My first piece was a heart shaped "throw pillow" which I embroidered fiowers on. I followed that by a kitten pillow" which I embroidered and from then on I was literally "hooked" on the embroidery needle," Marie smiled. From embroidery on to sewing, Marie sews a good portion of her own clothes and the pretty clothes her little five year old daughter, Susan, designs and wears. "I enjoy sewing," Marie said, "and have worked on and fashioned quilts, dresses, housecoats, and all forms of sewing." She is handy with crochet as well as knitting needles turning out some beautiful works when she has the time. Marie's mother is to be congratulated, also, for recently being widowed she has picked up her life with embarking on a Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints mission and is currently in the State of Illinois. Marie is pictured with the dolls, embroidered pillow slips with a crocheted edging, and a loog blue dress with dark blue and white roses which she is wearing and fashioned. Other hobbies include homemaking, gardening, canning and geneology. She loves and enjoys her ivligion and home church the LDS Church of Henderson 5th Ward; and takes an active part in the Relief Society Bazaars. She looks forward to eventually entering her sewing crafts in shows. Many of her children and grand children find their homes "blessed" with Marie's beautiful sewing crafts, as do her relatives and fHends. So again we say, "Congratulations, Marie Seegmil'ler. for bringing a bit of Americana to Henderson with two of the most famous Toyland characters of all time • Raggedy Ann and Andy we all love you!" Handarion Horn* Newt and Beuldtr City News Page 13 Thorsdoy, May 10, 1979 Additional Water To Be Released From Colorado River Storage Assistant Secretary of the Interior Guy R. Martin today signed a Bureau of Re6lamation request to release additional water from near-full Colorado River reservoirs to provide more flood control space behind Hoover Dam and at the same time generate extra hydroelcetric energy. • Commissioner of* Reclamation R. Keith Higginson said approximately 700.(X)0 acre-feet of water in excess of downstream requirements for irrigation, municipal and in dustrial use will be released through the hydroelectric powerplants at Hoover. Davis, and Parker Drams during the remainder of the 1979 water year which ends September 30. 1979. Higginson explained that heavy precipitation this past winter has resulted in high flows on Colorado River tributaries downstream from Hoover Dam. thereby reducing demand for water released through Hoover Dam for downstream consumptive uses. Ladies Win In Golf Scramble The yearly scramble golf battle between past presidents of Black Moun• tain County Club and past presidents of the Ladies' Association was played last Saturday in a gusting wind. The ladies won 611 to 634. Since each past president chose four additional players to make a team of five, finesse in choosing the team entered into the victory, as well as the quality of golf played. The ladies used their proverbial intuition to seek out good wind players. The low net team score was 44. and four teams tied: two playing for the men and two for the ladies. At this point the match was very even, but on down the line, the ladies pulled ahead. Low teams for the ladies were: (1) Annabelie Miller's team of Peggy and Mac Shaffer. Don Smith, and Dick Stewart: and (2) Sylvia Samson's team of Howard Palmer. Bill and Gwen Harward, and Charles and Chris Sells. Sylvia was unable to play that dav. Ticing teams for the men were: (1) Jack Shankland's team of Katie Shankland. Joe Ingram, and Bob and Bev -Muiii gan; and (2) Jerry WoolLocal Teacher Elected President Alpha Chi dridge's of Bert and Betty Corkill. Jackie Wooldridge, and Hal Ingles. Two natural eagles, one for the men and one for the women, drew much attention. Elaine Raney. on Margaret Jamison's team, sank her approach shot for a two on hole No. 5. Not to be outdone. Hal Wurzcr. for his own team, sank his approach shot for a two on No. 17. Afterwards, a good western dinner of barbequed steak with beans and salad was enjoyed. The reduced demands have resulted in increased storage in Lake Mead and. combined with the forecast of much above normal runoff on the Colorado River, have increased the chances that mandatory flood control releases will have to be made from the dam later this year or in 1980. Reduced demand for water has also resulted in less hydroelectric power being generated at Hoover. Davi?. and Parker Dams, with a resulting deficit of about 900 million kilowatt hours. To replace that amount of energy with steam-generated energy would require consumption of approximately 1.7 million barrels of oil. "Lake Mead currently contains 23.0 million acrefeet of water, or 88 percent of its storage capacity. "Higginson adtied. "and by releasing tie extra water we will reduce the probability and magnitude of future required flood control releases, and at thd same time generate enough additional hydoelectric energy to eliminate about half of the 900 million kilow atthour deficiency." The proposal to releaic additional water wa developed in consultation with the Colorado River Basin States and other Federal. State, or focal interests. Higginson indicated that representatives of tbe Basin States will review the modified operating plan in conjunction with the annual Hoover Integration Meeting in June 1979. At that meeting, a schedule of water releases through Hoover Dam Powerplant will be adopted for the next power year, which endsMav31. 1980. Mary Alice Mooney. long-time resident of Boulder City and teacher at Robert L. Taylor Elementarty School in Henderson, was recently elected president of the Alpha Chi (State of Nevada) chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma, an international honorary society of women teachers. As state president for the next two years, she will conduct state workshops and organize next year's convention with Mu chapter of Las Vegas. She has served as president of the local Henderson-Boulder City chapter and just finished a term as state publicity chairman. Also honored at the Estate convention in Keiio" April 21 was Martha Schuiz of Las Vegas, a founder of Delta Kappa Gamma in Nevada who has served as state treasurer for many years. Members of all 13 chapters in Nevada are funding her trip to this summer's golden anniversary international convention in Dallas. Texas, where Dalta Kappa Gamma was founded 50 years ago. Other state officers from the Las Vegas area TieotlKoiii (Hoika'ft Dot) SMotgoAM Cm toil Complete ROAST TOM TURKEY WITH SAGE DRESSING BAKED VIRGINIA HAM Hlspanos Sponsor Summer Job Program include Mary Davis, second vice-president, and Helen Jydstrupr cor"I responding secretary. Also serviag are Kay Savanelli of Carson City, first vice-president: Jacque Carleton of Reno, recording secretary: Marvjean Riel of Reno, treasurer: Janice Benninghove of McGill. parlia mentarian. PLUS WITH PINEAPPlf GIM • ROAST BARON OF BEEF ^ BAR-B41UE SPARE RIBS SWEET 6 SOUR Candied Yams, Snowflake Potatoes, Steamed Rice, Corn O'Brien, Giblet Gravy, Cranberry Sauce, Sage Dressing and 30 Salads, Fruits, Relishes, Homemade Bread and Chocolate Cnke. Dinnef Menu also STEAKS PRIME RIB & LOBSTER ^ SuuiKluf(M Al!e Tk U/oy! 920 Boulder Hwy,^ Hmderson 56M325 or 564-2081 The Hispanos of Nevada are enrolling socially and economically disadvantaged youths for summer jobs for ages 14 through 21. Those applying must provide proof of income and for further information call 382-7676. Family gross income for six persons must not be over $10,560. and for handicapped, the family gross income for six persons must not be over $15,090. Those interested may call the above number or go to nil Las Vegas Boulevard So.. Suite 306. Las Vegas. It takes five ucondi for th* one milt. sound of thunder to travel Activity HENDERSON BOWL UHDHI mw MAMiCMMT COMHETE MDCCOtATING MANNED FOt END "^^ SUMHin UA6IKS TO START 1ST WEEK Of JUNE AFTER.. GRAND OPENING on JUNE 1-2-3 SUMMER LEAGUE AmiCAHONS COMPLETE SUMMER SCHEDULE AT DESK SIQW UP NOW; DEADUNE MAY 1STM OfIN BOWL PtICIS FOR SUMMER: ADULTS 60CHILDREN t SENIOR CITIZENS $0 MONOAY-THURS. ANYTIME FHOAY Til 6 PM. ADULTS -15' CHILDREN t SENIOR CITIZENS 70 SUMiMER HOURS 9 TO CLOSING 7 DAYS A WEEK HENDERSON PtAZA SHOPPING CENTER Now you can enjoy small town living in a luxurious Lewis-built home! .. ''*i'*i^*^^ j^ *; • • /•' • •i" ^.\ '\ .^. rl".-'^ A fantastic value. You'll find these 1 & 2-st()ry homes pri* rd lh. 2 or 2'/j baths, some with more than 2,000 sq. ft. of livable area. Front and rear lav*n> seeded. VA, FHA & Conventional terms...from $53,900 to $72,900. Immediate occupancyj in sotne Homes at New Horizons"' .ewis Homes New Horizons Models Open daily 10 am to 5:30 pm 565-704.S On Horizon Drive, West of Boulder Highway, in Henderson. Tt> NKl HdHIZONS T4kr Btmlil'-r llv !>iiuili to fluriiim Dr. (juol MIUIII <>I Hi-ndrri-oril. Turn *i<.\ (rijllll to tinl/-li> lliilllr. iiiiiHi'li' More Nevada families buv Lewis built homes than anv other! Ill

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Hi Thunday, May 10, 1979 ^9*14 HtndtrMn Hemt Ntwi and lMild*r City Nw I Thunday, May 10, 1979 ^9* 14 HtndtrMn Hemt Ntwi and Mild*r Cif "f"^:":* w"**'-"^ ^ Easter Seal plon June Assembly by Rae Von Domum ( PUBLIC 0BJECT40NS 0 MASTER PLAN-werc )ared at a public hearing >eld by the City Council on the proposed Master Plan for progressive development of the city. 1 Franklin Bills, consultant for the planning commission, gave the opening presentation, touching briefly on each of the major subjects con'tamed in the 81 page plan. He explained that the plan is not a mandatory act but a [guide for the Council in planning future development of the citj^ "GORDON McCAW' INEW NAME OF BASIC IELEMENTARY -The • Basic Elementary School lis being renamed in Bhonor of pioneer HcndcrIson educator Gordon McICaw, Ip.m. Tuesday at "'JO BOY 7 WINS POEM CONTEST-"Seven-year old Matt Lovitt, second grade student at Basic Elementary School was named winner of the poetry writing contest sponsored by the Southern Nevada Teachers of English and the Clark County Classroom Teachers Association, who awarded young Lovitt a prize of $10. The check was presented by Principal Dale Riddle. MUNI COURT -SESSION HEARS 12 CASESMunicipal Court of Henderson on Friday passed -sentence on six cases and set trial dates for two. One case was dismissed and three others were set for sentencing. Assault and battery and disorderly conduct were offenses also considered by the court. Failure to appear of10 Years Ago fcnjes were also on the docket, gross intoxication cases were plentiful and reckless driving offenders were heard. FROST TOP HAS NEW OWNERS -New owners Don and Mary Vincent of the Frost Top at 202 Lead Street have a family-type venture going for them-. Well known for her Italian pizzas is Don's mother, now featuring her special pizzas at the Frost Top and Mary's parents. Bob and Dolly French, take over in the evenings. Sister Marty Sanches is car hop. OR FRENCH NOW MAYOR OF BOULDER CITY-MORRYS STORY Rarely does the honor come to a man to be mayor of two different cities in a lifetime. It has happened to Dr. Jim French. Boulder City's council picked him as their mayor this week. He had been a councilman for years. When Henderson was incorporated in 1951. Dr. Jim was ofTictng and living here and he was a candidate in the first election ever held. He won and what a memorable night it was when the newly elected officials gathered in what is now the fire station to hear the mayor call the meeting to order. French's reign here was featured with action aplenty as he fought the plants for more help, as he talked the U.S. Government into selling us 4.000 acres of desert, which established a process that later brought us 17,000 acres more. When he moved his offices to Boulder to become associated with Dr. D. M. MacCormack. it wasn't long before he took a hand in local governmental probclms. He ran for council and was elected. His regime as councilman has been colorful, too. and for many years he sat alone on many issues. Until now.-when the electorate voted Jack Painter and Tom Warburton onto the council, both of whom are sympathetic to many of French's let's | wake up and go ideas. h was their two votes plus French's which refused to return Morgan Sweeney to a th]rd term as mayor Monday night and instead elected the doctor to the distinction of being the only man hereabouts who has served two cities as mayor. Speaking of that-government land Henderson first acquired -thru French's efforts. I wonder if all of us realize what a great gift it has been in helping the city grow. The first 8.000 acres brought more than a million dollars which were used in city improvements. An all-comers rodeo May 19 and 20 at Los Rancheros. 7800 Ann Road, will benefit the Nevada Easter Seal Society, according to Charles Fleming, Easter Seal board member. All gate proceeds and ten percent of all entry fees win go to Easter Seals to provide physical and speech therapy to the handicapped in Clark County. Darwin Lamb is donating the arena at Los Rancheros and Ben Dudley has arranged an allvolunteer crew to staff the rodeo. Events will include bareback and saddle bronc riding, calf and team roping, bull riding and bulldogging, barrels, a relay race and a Calcutta 300-yard quarterhorse race. Entry fees are $25 for the barfel and relay races, $100 for the quarterhorse race, and $40 for all other events. Entries open May |7 iat 8 a.m. at Los The Henderson Area will be well represented when the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Grand Lodge of Nevada, Grand Encampment of Nevada and Rebekah Assembly of Nevada convenes for their anRanchcros. The purse is $100 for all events except team roping, which carries $200 added money. Admission will be $3 for adults and $1.50 for children each day. Performances begin A 2 p.m. each day. nual sessions on June 17-20 in Carson City. The delegates from Sunshine Rebekah Lodge No. 41 have been elected. Also Deena Shaefer will serve as a Rebekah Assembly Air. All delegates or those planning to attend are urged to obtain from their Lodge Secretary the pre-registeration forms and mail them at their earliest convenience. 104 West Victory Road GOD GIVES EVERY Henderson. Nevada NQ platter how weak or Home Owner Loans AyJD-EliUIPMf'NVBDSilllSS %500. 10 $25,000 NO BROKER FEES TOMAKEA-LOAN NEVADA FIRST r//*//^r HENDERSON *^"'""" utfwm MHM' 4lii(UIM MSnmWll IJMi. fUMKOn M2(li2 'iTi'n'ia"" ni 2040 i< "Church of Christ' MAN A CHANCE TO unworthy the man may be in himself, the power which presides over the destiny of man giseshima chance. God is not partial. He does not select a~small group from the great crowd as objects of His JCJK M.M. .JtJC tifr*o HEAR THE WORD chance is no assurance that it will be used. Men make opportunities far more often than opportunities make men. The trouble is not that wc have not lacked a chance, but have possessed it and I special favor, and say to despised it. Salvation can be had. Truly Jesus and salvation is being preached in the church of Christ each Lord's Day. Come and visit with the Church of Christ every chance that you have. Ihe^_ minister, Garry FACTS 5 Villa M Pnido HOMfS vriN MiiiMis nwri MODELS OPEN Noon til 5 p.m. 2-3-4 BEDROOMS, FIREPLACE, OFF STREET R.V, PARKING AREA. REAR BLOCK WALLS ON POOL SIZE LOTS, f & FIGURES I Real income in the United Sutei is going up faster than inflation By the cloe of 1976, our real family income—after discounting for inflation-had reached an alltime high of $14,958. BOULDER CITY'S NEWEST COMMUNITY LOCATED IN A MOST DESIRABLE & HIGHER AREA OF TOWN. the rest. "You have no chance. • A man may lose his chance. The mere fact that God gives to each a You have an opportunity to come to Christ today, and if you will listen to God and obey His Son. Jesus Christ (Heb. 5<8-<))t • Make every day Mor/ier*8 Day GET TWO PATENTED RADARANCE OVEN ACCESSORIES WHEN YOU BUY ANY 700 WATT MICROWAVE/OVEN Martin, will be preaching this Sundav Morning "Why Follow Jesus?" This Sundav evening Jetos a Meticnger will be the subject of Mr. Martin. Schedule Of • Worship Services Sunday Morning -Bible Study •'9:30 a.m. • Sunday Morning -Worship Services • 10:30 a.m. Sunday Evening Worship Services • 6:00 p.m. Wednesday Evening Bihle Study and Devtioilal • 7:00 p.m. Come and worship with us this Sundav. iMMMunoNnasiCAUt ANOTHER OVIAIU DCV. INC raojKT CrcalMvif VIIU lOllM IMM Six months after Congreii signaled the end of the 40year-old Sugar Act, sugar soared from 25^ to 64< a pound, and then fluctuated wildly. A bill now Ix-fore Congreu would tend to keep consumer sugar prices stable by again levying import duties on foreign sugar that is dump"d on U.S. markets. • TTie agprepatr of Cro National Product* in the free world in 1975 was estimated al about $10.2 trillion dollars. The country with the largest Groia National Product IS the r.S with nearly $2.0.1 trillion m 1977-78. ,,|i' • l;*i.g Crest Dratwfy hides a rwrrow, spring s(-pieatcr that shapes fabrics into eteoant pleats. This nieans ttw entire drapery perfectly proportioned without btinchif>g Of gathenrtg wtiethar opened, closad. or traversed. YOU BE THE JUDGE! Move up to ttw best in quaWy and appearance. S "TTie Speciaksta' at Spring Crest sii^Ts L^ SPRING CREST DRAPERY CENTER 3770 E. Flamineo Road • 4564)089 OPEN DAILY 9 AM-5 PM • SATlff^DAY 9 AM-S PU • y SPRING PLEATED CUSTOM DRAPERIES Art Object of the Week "Raggedy Ann and Andy" • The ageless couple of our childhood days have not lost popularity with time. How often have we heard from a little girl or even a boy. "My favorite toy? Why Raggedy Ann and Andy, of course! It was my first doll and I love it the most!" Why these moppets with the frazzled hair, farm clothes and large eyes have not "gone down the drain" with some of the more sophisticated dolls donned in pretty dresses, doll faces and beautiful hair finding their habitat on some collector's shelf or cast aside in the corner to join the rest of the assortment of toys while the tot picks up the "raggedy" characters and hugs them is still a question. Maybe it is because Raggedy Ann and Andy represent the untouched; the poor soul; the honesty and simplicity of life that the child as well as the adult love them. ^ Marie (Mrs. Foy) Seegmiller captures th naivity of the ragged "scene stealers." Walk into a home with priceless art objects, antiques, name paintings. grand pianos, priceless Jewelry; what ultimately catches your eye? "Why. look, a Raggedy Ann doll; „ how well I remember!" Of course, the doll may be out of place in a room full of priceless treasures but the person who notices this "out-of-place" doll tells you something about that person. A person with depth will find true beauty in the simple! So we dedicate this week's art object to t|M lore of "Raggedy Ann and her beau Andy" as fashioned by Marie. "These dolls are popular in Henderson," Marie.reminds us, "and many people are making them for their children and gifts." Mrs. Seegmiller cuts foam rubber to the shape of the doll. She is generous with the size of the doll. She embroiders the eyes (outlined in black), eyebrows, .nose, and mouth on the white cloth before sewing the material over the foam rubber. She makes cute little laced shoes out of a felt like material, and a polka-dot pinafore skirt for Ann with matching shirt for Andy. Andy sports "jazzy" over-alls while demure Ann "shows off' her modest white blouse. Both of the characters are redheads as Marie favors the "carrot-top" for the dolls. Bright red yarn adds the "finishing touch" to the art objects." Stick a green ribbon (matching the clothes) in Aicn's hair and the timeless couple are ready for that old "down on the farm hoe down!" Born in Tremonton. Utah (the eldest of thirteen children), Marie Smith learned the art of embroidery at the age of eight from her mother, Rebecca Smith. She learned the culinary arts as well as the art of homemaking from her mother and was a help to her younger brothers and sisters. "My first piece was a heart shaped "throw pillow" which I embroidered fiowers on. I followed that by a kitten pillow" which I embroidered and from then on I was literally "hooked" on the embroidery needle," Marie smiled. From embroidery on to sewing, Marie sews a good portion of her own clothes and the pretty clothes her little five year old daughter, Susan, designs and wears. "I enjoy sewing," Marie said, "and have worked on and fashioned quilts, dresses, housecoats, and all forms of sewing." She is handy with crochet as well as knitting needles turning out some beautiful works when she has the time. Marie's mother is to be congratulated, also, for recently being widowed she has picked up her life with embarking on a Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints mission and is currently in the State of Illinois. Marie is pictured with the dolls, embroidered pillow slips with a crocheted edging, and a loog blue dress with dark blue and white roses which she is wearing and fashioned. Other hobbies include homemaking, gardening, canning and geneology. She loves and enjoys her ivligion and home church the LDS Church of Henderson 5th Ward; and takes an active part in the Relief Society Bazaars. She looks forward to eventually entering her sewing crafts in shows. Many of her children and grand children find their homes "blessed" with Marie's beautiful sewing crafts, as do her relatives and fHends. So again we say, "Congratulations, Marie Seegmil'ler. for bringing a bit of Americana to Henderson with two of the most famous Toyland characters of all time • Raggedy Ann and Andy we all love you!" Handarion Horn* Newt and Beuldtr City News Page 13 Thorsdoy, May 10, 1979 Additional Water To Be Released From Colorado River Storage Assistant Secretary of the Interior Guy R. Martin today signed a Bureau of Re6lamation request to release additional water from near-full Colorado River reservoirs to provide more flood control space behind Hoover Dam and at the same time generate extra hydroelcetric energy. • Commissioner of* Reclamation R. Keith Higginson said approximately 700.(X)0 acre-feet of water in excess of downstream requirements for irrigation, municipal and in dustrial use will be released through the hydroelectric powerplants at Hoover. Davis, and Parker Drams during the remainder of the 1979 water year which ends September 30. 1979. Higginson explained that heavy precipitation this past winter has resulted in high flows on Colorado River tributaries downstream from Hoover Dam. thereby reducing demand for water released through Hoover Dam for downstream consumptive uses. Ladies Win In Golf Scramble The yearly scramble golf battle between past presidents of Black Moun• tain County Club and past presidents of the Ladies' Association was played last Saturday in a gusting wind. The ladies won 611 to 634. Since each past president chose four additional players to make a team of five, finesse in choosing the team entered into the victory, as well as the quality of golf played. The ladies used their proverbial intuition to seek out good wind players. The low net team score was 44. and four teams tied: two playing for the men and two for the ladies. At this point the match was very even, but on down the line, the ladies pulled ahead. Low teams for the ladies were: (1) Annabelie Miller's team of Peggy and Mac Shaffer. Don Smith, and Dick Stewart: and (2) Sylvia Samson's team of Howard Palmer. Bill and Gwen Harward, and Charles and Chris Sells. Sylvia was unable to play that dav. Ticing teams for the men were: (1) Jack Shankland's team of Katie Shankland. Joe Ingram, and Bob and Bev -Muiii gan; and (2) Jerry WoolLocal Teacher Elected President Alpha Chi dridge's of Bert and Betty Corkill. Jackie Wooldridge, and Hal Ingles. Two natural eagles, one for the men and one for the women, drew much attention. Elaine Raney. on Margaret Jamison's team, sank her approach shot for a two on hole No. 5. Not to be outdone. Hal Wurzcr. for his own team, sank his approach shot for a two on No. 17. Afterwards, a good western dinner of barbequed steak with beans and salad was enjoyed. The reduced demands have resulted in increased storage in Lake Mead and. combined with the forecast of much above normal runoff on the Colorado River, have increased the chances that mandatory flood control releases will have to be made from the dam later this year or in 1980. Reduced demand for water has also resulted in less hydroelectric power being generated at Hoover. Davi?. and Parker Dams, with a resulting deficit of about 900 million kilowatt hours. To replace that amount of energy with steam-generated energy would require consumption of approximately 1.7 million barrels of oil. "Lake Mead currently contains 23.0 million acrefeet of water, or 88 percent of its storage capacity. "Higginson adtied. "and by releasing tie extra water we will reduce the probability and magnitude of future required flood control releases, and at thd same time generate enough additional hydoelectric energy to eliminate about half of the 900 million kilow atthour deficiency." The proposal to releaic additional water wa developed in consultation with the Colorado River Basin States and other Federal. State, or focal interests. Higginson indicated that representatives of tbe Basin States will review the modified operating plan in conjunction with the annual Hoover Integration Meeting in June 1979. At that meeting, a schedule of water releases through Hoover Dam Powerplant will be adopted for the next power year, which endsMav31. 1980. Mary Alice Mooney. long-time resident of Boulder City and teacher at Robert L. Taylor Elementarty School in Henderson, was recently elected president of the Alpha Chi (State of Nevada) chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma, an international honorary society of women teachers. As state president for the next two years, she will conduct state workshops and organize next year's convention with Mu chapter of Las Vegas. She has served as president of the local Henderson-Boulder City chapter and just finished a term as state publicity chairman. Also honored at the Estate convention in Keiio" April 21 was Martha Schuiz of Las Vegas, a founder of Delta Kappa Gamma in Nevada who has served as state treasurer for many years. Members of all 13 chapters in Nevada are funding her trip to this summer's golden anniversary international convention in Dallas. Texas, where Dalta Kappa Gamma was founded 50 years ago. Other state officers from the Las Vegas area TieotlKoiii (Hoika'ft Dot) SMotgoAM Cm toil Complete ROAST TOM TURKEY WITH SAGE DRESSING BAKED VIRGINIA HAM Hlspanos Sponsor Summer Job Program include Mary Davis, second vice-president, and Helen Jydstrupr cor"I responding secretary. Also serviag are Kay Savanelli of Carson City, first vice-president: Jacque Carleton of Reno, recording secretary: Marvjean Riel of Reno, treasurer: Janice Benninghove of McGill. parlia mentarian. PLUS WITH PINEAPPlf GIM • ROAST BARON OF BEEF ^ BAR-B41UE SPARE RIBS SWEET 6 SOUR Candied Yams, Snowflake Potatoes, Steamed Rice, Corn O'Brien, Giblet Gravy, Cranberry Sauce, Sage Dressing and 30 Salads, Fruits, Relishes, Homemade Bread and Chocolate Cnke. Dinnef Menu also STEAKS PRIME RIB & LOBSTER ^ SuuiKluf(M Al!e Tk U/oy! 920 Boulder Hwy,^ Hmderson 56M325 or 564-2081 The Hispanos of Nevada are enrolling socially and economically disadvantaged youths for summer jobs for ages 14 through 21. Those applying must provide proof of income and for further information call 382-7676. Family gross income for six persons must not be over $10,560. and for handicapped, the family gross income for six persons must not be over $15,090. Those interested may call the above number or go to nil Las Vegas Boulevard So.. Suite 306. Las Vegas. It takes five ucondi for th* one milt. sound of thunder to travel Activity HENDERSON BOWL UHDHI mw MAMiCMMT COMHETE MDCCOtATING MANNED FOt END "^^ SUMHin UA6IKS TO START 1ST WEEK Of JUNE AFTER.. GRAND OPENING on JUNE 1-2-3 SUMMER LEAGUE AmiCAHONS COMPLETE SUMMER SCHEDULE AT DESK SIQW UP NOW; DEADUNE MAY 1STM OfIN BOWL PtICIS FOR SUMMER: ADULTS 60CHILDREN t SENIOR CITIZENS $0 MONOAY-THURS. ANYTIME FHOAY Til 6 PM. ADULTS -15' CHILDREN t SENIOR CITIZENS 70 SUMiMER HOURS 9 TO CLOSING 7 DAYS A WEEK HENDERSON PtAZA SHOPPING CENTER Now you can enjoy small town living in a luxurious Lewis-built home! .. ''*i'*i^*^^ j^ *; • • /•' • •i" ^.\ '\ .^. rl".-'^ A fantastic value. You'll find these 1 & 2-st()ry homes pri* rd lh. 2 or 2'/j baths, some with more than 2,000 sq. ft. of livable area. Front and rear lav*n> seeded. VA, FHA & Conventional terms...from $53,900 to $72,900. Immediate occupancyj in sotne Homes at New Horizons"' .ewis Homes New Horizons Models Open daily 10 am to 5:30 pm 565-704.S On Horizon Drive, West of Boulder Highway, in Henderson. Tt> NKl HdHIZONS T4kr Btmlil'-r llv !>iiuili to fluriiim Dr. (juol MIUIII <>I Hi-ndrri-oril. Turn *i<.\ (rijllll to tinl/-li> lliilllr. iiiiiHi'li' More Nevada families buv Lewis built homes than anv other! Ill

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NMdarMM HMM NMM ond iMiWtr City N*w • a N916 Thwndcy, May 10, I97f ^ Mlilil ilRi ORS^ My mom is nice. She does housework. That is why I love her. My dad loves her : too. and so does my sister and brother. We all do. When I step on a nail she takes ; :me to the doctor. That is why I should help my mother. O.K. I will. ^. Joe Ross ?:ft Mothers can be real mean when you are bad. My mother has three beautiful -children. Your mother loves you more than anything else. She buys you food. When I grow up I am going to be a mother. Julia Holcomb RFJSCO THE FnmiLV STORE Some mothers are nice and some are mean, but mine can be both. When I ask if I can go to the park she usually says yes. When she says no I come back after a while and ask again and then she usually says yes after she calms down. She really is nice. Tammy Curry My mom has taken care of me since I was real little. Then I called her Mommy but ;iow I call her Mom. Susan Ryan I have a mother and her name is Mary. I love her. but the only thing I can't stand is when I have to go to bed at 8. Why can't I wait up till 9? .^llen S. You like your mother even more than your best fi'iend. She's the one who cooks your meals and she gives you money for the show and the carnival. We're luck) to have a mother. Jennifer Weller HAVE A GREAT] SUMMER! In One of Our Super Sundresses rWALTZ LENGTH GOWNS A float o( cool cotton/ pdyester for ttiese warmnights Mothers are ladies who takecare of children. Mothers clean the house and cook dinner and buy nice clothes for you. They take care of you when you are sick. Mothers are REALLY something! Julie N_ My mother is very nice I think. She only gets mad when I do something bad like throw an egg at my window. Then she .says why did you do that and then sends me to my room without my dinner. Then I get so mad that I feel like .' \ running away the next morning. Matt Laymon f li-i • I^SHIONSO GIFTS FOR MOniR Coordinates Dresses Pants Blouses Skirts Lingerie and Accessories A GIFT for Every MOTHER MAY 13 Pronllzed sarvic*nevr a charge for gift wrapptng ^ Ladies PolyestBr Pbnt Pukn styii wMi eMc WMt'in soids and multkaior jwimnls SizBiB-18 4" OH YOU BABY DOLL! Our short nighties are tongons^hje Ensemt)le irKkides matching panties *NoBrMfs' Control Top PANTY HOSE Inauntanor beige wtth nudepvly 1.88 Now at an Amazing Low Price! Splashy prints, exciting'sotids m cotton 4 cotton tjlends Easy care styles have elasticized treatments that shape you SALE One Size fits all Ladies Assorted Bras Assorted styles including nylon plunge In wt^rte or cokys Sues 34 38, AC 1.97. Fashion Handbags Select group m vinyl a canvas Smart trims 4' Rag. 1.99 A7.M 5&7: Quilted Bedspreads Ladies' Binky Shifts •n prints or soWs S-M-L-XL Ladies* Bikini Panties AsmtBdPriid fir Soldi Sizn5-7 Bed Plows Fortrsl fibd in sof^ ^medum or firm. Standard 3N -4" King.5". Printed Conifi In aisartBd printi ind colors. Size 68" X 86". Rl • Twin SiB ^gi^ Woven Bedspreads Choose from brocads or Hialeah squares Twin... 1291 Full. 14 \ 45PC. ROSE PATTERN CHINA SET Reversible Braided Rugs HMvy, OMi throw ru0 In aesofled ookxs 20"x30"... 3** 5" 22"i40". Stoneware Saiad Bowls • EMt OwlMtoo • Watt ChsrtMton • Tropicana at Pco • Marytand Squsrt • Harxlarwn on BouMtr Hlway • Now at ttta naw Miadowa MaM Rnsco STORE HOURS: Mon. thru Fri. 9fo9 Sot. 9 to 6 Sun. 11 to S Htff^reon Plaio Softwoy Shopping Conttr mmmmmmr ThufHioy, Moy 10, 197 Handarsen Hama Nawi and Bouldar City Nawi Poga 17 Mothers Doy Brunch by Clara Brossell Crook Mother's Day it's around the corner have you bought your present have you made your plans? Although the day has been commercialized enough to seemingly-take away the spirit of thoughtfulness and consideration, the basic idea is still good. Remember it in your own way and it will give you and your mother great pleasure. What better way than "breaking bread" together. Of course, gifts, but they can be small but fun. An extravagant bar of finely milled soap a lovely hanky high quality note paper -they are always appreciated. And food. In our family, the person being honored always got to choose the menu, and the following one has been one of my favorites. Tomato Juic* Piquante Craomad eggs, onions, chicken livers Grilled Brtad lamon • Fruit Blend or Coconut Morbia Porfoit Tomato Juica Paiquanta Chop in blender 1 large peeled, seeded cucumber Drain Season with solt, pepper, celery salt, sweet dried bosil Add enough tomato juica for 4 people Serve told in your loveliatt goblets Creamed eggs, onion, chicken livers 4 to S Tbsp. butter 2 medium swaat anioni 8 chicken livart 4 hard cooked #ggs 1-cup light croom— —— ^ tsp. salt V^tsp. pepper Vk tsp. M>rry powder Melt 1 Tbsp. butter in skillet. Pael onions, slice into poper thin rings; souta in buttor until golden. Remove onion rings from pan with slotted spoon; set aside. In the some pan, saute the chicken livers, sprinkled with solt and pepper, until just tender, adding more butter if neceesary. Remove livars ond keep thentwith onions. Peel hard • boiled eggs and cut into large sections. AAelt 3 Tbep. butter in skillet or chafing dish; odd light croom, fried anian rings, chickan livars, and eggs. Season with salt, pepper, and curry powder. Add more cream if necessary. Keep heat fairly low; do net boil. Serve whan very hot. Serves 4. Grilled Breed I slices thin • sliced white bread V* pound butter Remove crusts from slices of brood and cut eoch slice into i triangles (diagonally across and across, from comer to comer, than top to bottom and side to side.) Melt V* pound butter in frying pan. When it is siiiling, odd brood triangles. Brown on each side • odd additional butter if necessary. Keep warm until serving time. Lemon • Fruit Blend 1-3 cup plain yogurt I can (S 01.) Lenton Creme Pudding 1 con (30 01.) fruit cocktail, drained Combine yogurt andpudding. Mix lightly with fruit cocktail. Chill. Serva as fruit salad. Serves 4. Coconut Marble Porfoit 20 chocolate wafers 4 cans (5 et. each) Coconut Creme Pudding 2 cups sliced bananas Crumble 16 wafers. Line 4 custard cups or porfoit glasses with crumbs. Top each with ona half can puddiitg and Vi cup banana. Repeot. pudding layer. Chill. Garnish with chocelota wafar halvas. SarvaS 4 Set your table with the gayest and brightest place mots, your most colorful dishes, and use out • of the • ordinary serving dishes for the occasion. Invite a mother whose fomily is net on the Kone endhove a wee giftie for her, too. And to rooly moke it special, osk tho family to bring one favorite picture of mother and be praporad with one humorous anecdote. A fun ond hoppy day tor oil. Shore your favorite recipes • write to me in cart of the poper and tell ut how your day wot spent. HAPPY MOTHIR'S DAYI Fred D. Gibson, Jr., has been elected Director of Nevada Savings and Loon Association, filling o voconcy on the Board. Mr. Gibson, a lifetime resident of Nevada, is president and chief executive officer of Pacific Engineering & Production Company of Nevada in Hendenon. Mr. Gibson also is chairman of the Nevada State Oil, Gas t Mining Advisory Boord, a Director and president elect of Nevada Development Authority, and a Director of Nevada Power Company. 2nd Grade Closs At McCow Elem. Room 28 Rutli Brammer TMciier /i.v My Mother ShouM Be Queen For i Day My mother should be Queen for a Day because May 13 is mother's day and we will not bug her we will be nice and buy her something to wear and my dad will take her out to eat at Nicks, and jye will have to g et a baby siter. Jamie Sue Swift My Mother should be Queen for a day because she is the most beautifulest lady in the wold and she loves kids and her name is Kris Qark and that is why I want her to be Queen for a day. The End Brandon Clark My mother should be queen for a day because shees nice and she deserves it and she needs it. And shes pretty and I love her. And May 13th and we have a supis for her. Love Brenda Resales My mother should be queen for a day because she is being nice to us and we should be nice to her to we love I like it. Love The End Angela Tucker My mother should be queen for a day because she would want to get out of the house and away from kids. She is pretty. She woold like to win money.to. Amy Huggins My mother should be queen for a day because she has foar children and a cute Father and a little puppy. I she should be a queen because you are the prettiest in the world. So she is a queen. And I love her. ahd Ste ven Ramsey Loves her very much, and so do I. Renee Ramsey My mother should be queen for a day because, 1. She is never always mean and she is so nice and also she almost takes me every wear I want. .And that's why I think my mother should be queen for a day 2. And she lets me go to see Steven Rhees play base ball. And sometimes she don't. Clint Loveland be queen for a day because. She is a good house worker! She can cooke good Enchiladas, and very good tokoos She is a very good cook by Philip Shawn Brown My mother should be queen for a day because she is very nice and very pretty, to. She is a good cooker she makes the best enchiladas and the best tacos. She makes the best food in the world. She has the best couch and sofa. And play any thing I want to. Michael Hubel My Mother shoud be queen for a day. because I love her. and She goes where I want to eat. and she goes to get things for me. Ronald Scott My mother should be queen for a day because she is pretty and very nice .She is a nice mother and she makes good tacos. Tina Lynn Flowers My mother should be queen for a day because most of the time she cleans up the hole house because some of the kids ^ are careless and don't/ clean up there room and( let there mother do it and go out side and play. Steven.Rhees My Mother shoald be Queen for a day because she is pretty and nice too, she helps people and teach's third grade kid's. When I get hurt she help's me that's what I mean when she help's people. She should be a Queen for a day shouldn't she. By Patrice Wootton •^•1 S(iK(iai|.ff(m(l3fli i^RGE SELE^ION OF 1J\0IES HANDBAGS • 12"" to • 25'" e BONE, WHITE OR TAN 12200 e CARMEL COLOR ^^200 ^:fhM One of our Many Bare Back Stepnn • BUCK PATENT OR GREY Our No. 1 Seller Low-heel cushioned Sandal • RED-BUCK-BLUE-CAMa-BONE PUTINUM-WHfTE • SIZES 5-10 • • WIDTH N. M. W. X-W k i: Dressy Medium High Heel • WHITE. TAN OR BLACK PATENT • SIZES 5)4-10 • WIDTH: N. 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NMdarMM HMM NMM ond iMiWtr City N*w • a N916 Thwndcy, May 10, I97f ^ Mlilil ilRi ORS^ My mom is nice. She does housework. That is why I love her. My dad loves her : too. and so does my sister and brother. We all do. When I step on a nail she takes ; :me to the doctor. That is why I should help my mother. O.K. I will. ^. Joe Ross ?:ft Mothers can be real mean when you are bad. My mother has three beautiful -children. Your mother loves you more than anything else. She buys you food. When I grow up I am going to be a mother. Julia Holcomb RFJSCO THE FnmiLV STORE Some mothers are nice and some are mean, but mine can be both. When I ask if I can go to the park she usually says yes. When she says no I come back after a while and ask again and then she usually says yes after she calms down. She really is nice. Tammy Curry My mom has taken care of me since I was real little. Then I called her Mommy but ;iow I call her Mom. Susan Ryan I have a mother and her name is Mary. I love her. but the only thing I can't stand is when I have to go to bed at 8. Why can't I wait up till 9? .^llen S. You like your mother even more than your best fi'iend. She's the one who cooks your meals and she gives you money for the show and the carnival. We're luck) to have a mother. Jennifer Weller HAVE A GREAT] SUMMER! In One of Our Super Sundresses rWALTZ LENGTH GOWNS A float o( cool cotton/ pdyester for ttiese warmnights Mothers are ladies who takecare of children. Mothers clean the house and cook dinner and buy nice clothes for you. They take care of you when you are sick. Mothers are REALLY something! Julie N_ My mother is very nice I think. She only gets mad when I do something bad like throw an egg at my window. Then she .says why did you do that and then sends me to my room without my dinner. Then I get so mad that I feel like .' \ running away the next morning. Matt Laymon f li-i • I^SHIONSO GIFTS FOR MOniR Coordinates Dresses Pants Blouses Skirts Lingerie and Accessories A GIFT for Every MOTHER MAY 13 Pronllzed sarvic*nevr a charge for gift wrapptng ^ Ladies PolyestBr Pbnt Pukn styii wMi eMc WMt'in soids and multkaior jwimnls SizBiB-18 4" OH YOU BABY DOLL! Our short nighties are tongons^hje Ensemt)le irKkides matching panties *NoBrMfs' Control Top PANTY HOSE Inauntanor beige wtth nudepvly 1.88 Now at an Amazing Low Price! Splashy prints, exciting'sotids m cotton 4 cotton tjlends Easy care styles have elasticized treatments that shape you SALE One Size fits all Ladies Assorted Bras Assorted styles including nylon plunge In wt^rte or cokys Sues 34 38, AC 1.97. Fashion Handbags Select group m vinyl a canvas Smart trims 4' Rag. 1.99 A7.M 5&7: Quilted Bedspreads Ladies' Binky Shifts •n prints or soWs S-M-L-XL Ladies* Bikini Panties AsmtBdPriid fir Soldi Sizn5-7 Bed Plows Fortrsl fibd in sof^ ^medum or firm. Standard 3N -4" King.5". Printed Conifi In aisartBd printi ind colors. Size 68" X 86". Rl • Twin SiB ^gi^ Woven Bedspreads Choose from brocads or Hialeah squares Twin... 1291 Full. 14 \ 45PC. ROSE PATTERN CHINA SET Reversible Braided Rugs HMvy, OMi throw ru0 In aesofled ookxs 20"x30"... 3** 5" 22"i40". Stoneware Saiad Bowls • EMt OwlMtoo • Watt ChsrtMton • Tropicana at Pco • Marytand Squsrt • Harxlarwn on BouMtr Hlway • Now at ttta naw Miadowa MaM Rnsco STORE HOURS: Mon. thru Fri. 9fo9 Sot. 9 to 6 Sun. 11 to S Htff^reon Plaio Softwoy Shopping Conttr mmmmmmr ThufHioy, Moy 10, 197 Handarsen Hama Nawi and Bouldar City Nawi Poga 17 Mothers Doy Brunch by Clara Brossell Crook Mother's Day it's around the corner have you bought your present have you made your plans? Although the day has been commercialized enough to seemingly-take away the spirit of thoughtfulness and consideration, the basic idea is still good. Remember it in your own way and it will give you and your mother great pleasure. What better way than "breaking bread" together. Of course, gifts, but they can be small but fun. An extravagant bar of finely milled soap a lovely hanky high quality note paper -they are always appreciated. And food. In our family, the person being honored always got to choose the menu, and the following one has been one of my favorites. Tomato Juic* Piquante Craomad eggs, onions, chicken livers Grilled Brtad lamon • Fruit Blend or Coconut Morbia Porfoit Tomato Juica Paiquanta Chop in blender 1 large peeled, seeded cucumber Drain Season with solt, pepper, celery salt, sweet dried bosil Add enough tomato juica for 4 people Serve told in your loveliatt goblets Creamed eggs, onion, chicken livers 4 to S Tbsp. butter 2 medium swaat anioni 8 chicken livart 4 hard cooked #ggs 1-cup light croom— —— ^ tsp. salt V^tsp. pepper Vk tsp. M>rry powder Melt 1 Tbsp. butter in skillet. Pael onions, slice into poper thin rings; souta in buttor until golden. Remove onion rings from pan with slotted spoon; set aside. In the some pan, saute the chicken livers, sprinkled with solt and pepper, until just tender, adding more butter if neceesary. Remove livars ond keep thentwith onions. Peel hard • boiled eggs and cut into large sections. AAelt 3 Tbep. butter in skillet or chafing dish; odd light croom, fried anian rings, chickan livars, and eggs. Season with salt, pepper, and curry powder. Add more cream if necessary. Keep heat fairly low; do net boil. Serve whan very hot. Serves 4. Grilled Breed I slices thin • sliced white bread V* pound butter Remove crusts from slices of brood and cut eoch slice into i triangles (diagonally across and across, from comer to comer, than top to bottom and side to side.) Melt V* pound butter in frying pan. When it is siiiling, odd brood triangles. Brown on each side • odd additional butter if necessary. Keep warm until serving time. Lemon • Fruit Blend 1-3 cup plain yogurt I can (S 01.) Lenton Creme Pudding 1 con (30 01.) fruit cocktail, drained Combine yogurt andpudding. Mix lightly with fruit cocktail. Chill. Serva as fruit salad. Serves 4. Coconut Marble Porfoit 20 chocolate wafers 4 cans (5 et. each) Coconut Creme Pudding 2 cups sliced bananas Crumble 16 wafers. Line 4 custard cups or porfoit glasses with crumbs. Top each with ona half can puddiitg and Vi cup banana. Repeot. pudding layer. Chill. Garnish with chocelota wafar halvas. SarvaS 4 Set your table with the gayest and brightest place mots, your most colorful dishes, and use out • of the • ordinary serving dishes for the occasion. Invite a mother whose fomily is net on the Kone endhove a wee giftie for her, too. And to rooly moke it special, osk tho family to bring one favorite picture of mother and be praporad with one humorous anecdote. A fun ond hoppy day tor oil. Shore your favorite recipes • write to me in cart of the poper and tell ut how your day wot spent. HAPPY MOTHIR'S DAYI Fred D. Gibson, Jr., has been elected Director of Nevada Savings and Loon Association, filling o voconcy on the Board. Mr. Gibson, a lifetime resident of Nevada, is president and chief executive officer of Pacific Engineering & Production Company of Nevada in Hendenon. Mr. Gibson also is chairman of the Nevada State Oil, Gas t Mining Advisory Boord, a Director and president elect of Nevada Development Authority, and a Director of Nevada Power Company. 2nd Grade Closs At McCow Elem. Room 28 Rutli Brammer TMciier /i.v My Mother ShouM Be Queen For i Day My mother should be Queen for a Day because May 13 is mother's day and we will not bug her we will be nice and buy her something to wear and my dad will take her out to eat at Nicks, and jye will have to g et a baby siter. Jamie Sue Swift My Mother should be Queen for a day because she is the most beautifulest lady in the wold and she loves kids and her name is Kris Qark and that is why I want her to be Queen for a day. The End Brandon Clark My mother should be queen for a day because shees nice and she deserves it and she needs it. And shes pretty and I love her. And May 13th and we have a supis for her. Love Brenda Resales My mother should be queen for a day because she is being nice to us and we should be nice to her to we love I like it. Love The End Angela Tucker My mother should be queen for a day because she would want to get out of the house and away from kids. She is pretty. She woold like to win money.to. Amy Huggins My mother should be queen for a day because she has foar children and a cute Father and a little puppy. I she should be a queen because you are the prettiest in the world. So she is a queen. And I love her. ahd Ste ven Ramsey Loves her very much, and so do I. Renee Ramsey My mother should be queen for a day because, 1. She is never always mean and she is so nice and also she almost takes me every wear I want. .And that's why I think my mother should be queen for a day 2. And she lets me go to see Steven Rhees play base ball. And sometimes she don't. Clint Loveland be queen for a day because. She is a good house worker! She can cooke good Enchiladas, and very good tokoos She is a very good cook by Philip Shawn Brown My mother should be queen for a day because she is very nice and very pretty, to. She is a good cooker she makes the best enchiladas and the best tacos. She makes the best food in the world. She has the best couch and sofa. And play any thing I want to. Michael Hubel My Mother shoud be queen for a day. because I love her. and She goes where I want to eat. and she goes to get things for me. Ronald Scott My mother should be queen for a day because she is pretty and very nice .She is a nice mother and she makes good tacos. Tina Lynn Flowers My mother should be queen for a day because most of the time she cleans up the hole house because some of the kids ^ are careless and don't/ clean up there room and( let there mother do it and go out side and play. Steven.Rhees My Mother shoald be Queen for a day because she is pretty and nice too, she helps people and teach's third grade kid's. When I get hurt she help's me that's what I mean when she help's people. She should be a Queen for a day shouldn't she. By Patrice Wootton •^•1 S(iK(iai|.ff(m(l3fli i^RGE SELE^ION OF 1J\0IES HANDBAGS • 12"" to • 25'" e BONE, WHITE OR TAN 12200 e CARMEL COLOR ^^200 ^:fhM One of our Many Bare Back Stepnn • BUCK PATENT OR GREY Our No. 1 Seller Low-heel cushioned Sandal • RED-BUCK-BLUE-CAMa-BONE PUTINUM-WHfTE • SIZES 5-10 • • WIDTH N. M. W. X-W k i: Dressy Medium High Heel • WHITE. TAN OR BLACK PATENT • SIZES 5)4-10 • WIDTH: N. 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n vwnocfs#n r*offvi9 ri#ws ni^Niiwt Thursday, May 10, 197f W ilMISoii ITT(p. WHY m MOTHER SHOULD BE QUEEN FOR A DAY •^i My mother should be queen for a day because you are a spashl mother this day and you help us cline are does and you are the beast then all of an mother that I no of that is why you should be a queen and you are the nicees mother in the world becaues you are evey thing becaues you are the nicese mother and. that is why you should? be a queen this day. Love Alicia Irine Harrah My mother should be queen for a day because 1. She can take good care of children. She takes care of a IH year old, rotten 5 year old, 6H year old, and a IVi year old, in all one house! And I love her. 2. She doesn't have a job and ^Quld spend time being queen. 3. She has a lot of help from her children and wouldn't have to do housework. 4. She makes good casarolls and the cooks wouldn't have to cook for A mother is a person who has children. I wish my mother was the lady next door. Her name is Ann and she has two boys. She is real nice and buys me Slurpees and candy. I wish she was my mom in a way. But then again I wish a lady that lives in Los Angeles was my mom. Her name is Bonnie. She has three girls. But most of all I love my very own mother and this is all that counts. Michelle Matthewson JOB^-^OJOTVS HONN NOT FINED •Batty Honn, right, owntr of Animal Adoptions, Ltd., is shewn following court when Judgt Jim Jtnson failad to fin* htr en a conviction of mistreat-^^^ Mother should be us! ing animals. At left is her Attorney John Fadgen and in the center is Charies "Chuck"^"^" ^l ^ <^ay because My Mother is Charlene McCreskey. WK4T IS A MOTHER? My mother is the best in the world because my mother takes care of us. Since my mother got a job we have to do the work around the house. I have to water the plants and do the dishes. My sister has to cook all the meals and clean the house. My mother works nights and I seldom get to see her. The end. Brenda Wydra A mother is someone who is kind and loving. She might work if, or if not you have a father. And on payday you usually have fun. Sometimes she doesn't get paid that much so she spends it on food. What really counts is that she's my mother. Georgie C she has three children, a Black doreable husband, one Kayann Black dog, two cats, and two tanks of fish. She does terrific art work. I'll tell you some ofthe art work My Mother should be' my mom does, she does Queen for a day because i Bread dough orntaof the prizes and my; ments, knitting, crochet, mother whouid love to and paper art work, she's win because she is pikke nice too. Once me and my My mother like to playi sister broke the shower games and she is nice curten. She said we had and lauehs and sings and to pay for it. Then she mostly sleeps that is all I changed her mind then have to say so now you, we didn't have to pay for Itnow what my mother it. I hope she'll be queen 'ikes to do. for a day because she's The End the best. by Melissa jane SarbacThe End ken By Natialie Elaine Ford MOTHER'S DAY r moi'SMChukm Above orders include: soup or salad bar, hot rols and butter. ymitCkiuee $2.95 CoBSm&i'i T-Bow tiiVHimU W% 31 293^7 Boil Ueidtcia'ft iwvATiOM$ INVITIO Rdlroad Pass Caano ^ ay iljiVigH ^ II min ID HooMi On 12fflMtoljiVigH llntetDHomvDm OfiH 7 ^AYS ^' s^PP^ Choice Hm9K FOR YOUR DINING PLEASURE \. I QC. "^ f(ml 'Bi^ Ihrakr, May 10 • S pm-tX pm 2l?ieeeft0( •.(•<>.* ^1 sifw salad bar ^||K(||(b • Baked potato or frin •VagetaUet Mashed Mato FfidBif 6 Sitaliy • May 11&1215 pm-ft30 pm • Bampgm • SoworHUv O OP ISmtn KaitlHtSh Man, M^f 14 • 5 pm-Hai pm hidSittk IgM' 1.95 npvSaUbv Tun. & Wad, May 15616 5 pnnS^ pm l/2PtieeKae FROM THE MENU Pa/tfeCMwOiAi t VagiMla t BM poM tSoiiporaUor HfvoUbv • S^ornperj JTOMTHE( MBUHET NIKEHnilTi hid CiuduK • Mashed Potati • Vegetable i*Sifef Salad Bar 1.95 in bed and know one could come in my room not even my mom or dad I'm sure glad thats over with and thats why I thinkmy mom should be queen of the day. Love Stacey Lynn Munoz My mother should be queen for a day because she is so loveable and hugable and missable and cleanable. My mother should be queen because she cleans houes after work at school. I play and be good, and I keep out of trouble. I have-$38.15 I would like to take her out to dinner but she woult let me Mary Elane Martinez A mother is somebody who cares for her children and who feeds them. Most of you have mothers, but if you don't I feel sorry for you. I have a nice mother and dad and three sisters and one brother and I am glad that my mother had a lot of children. A mother is a housewife and she is supposed to like it and supposed to love her kids. If anybody says anything bad about my mom I would kick them you know where. If I can't do it, I'll get my sisters to help, and if that doesn't work I'll get my brother to do it and he can do it, I know. I love my mother and I don't want anybody talking about her or my dad. If they hit me it is for something I did real bad. My mother cooks real, real good because she learned from my grandmother. My mother knows how to do a lot of things. Tracy Wolff My mother is very nice because she gets things for me like food, and not just everyday food, I mean good food. I can 'con' her into buying pop rocks for me and ice cream. And she can 'con' my dad into taking us places like Monterey and Utah and California, and Disneyland. Harold Landin A NIGHT'S CATCH •• The 20 striped bats were caught in Black Canyon4ast Friday night. Proudly displaying them are Dick O'Dall, David Atkinson, 15, Scott Atkinson, Robrt Ruggles and Gary Atkinson. The l>oy in the center is Bryan, 6, with hit fi>h.

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n vwnocfs#n r*offvi9 ri#ws ni^Niiwt Thursday, May 10, 197f W ilMISoii ITT(p. WHY m MOTHER SHOULD BE QUEEN FOR A DAY •^i My mother should be queen for a day because you are a spashl mother this day and you help us cline are does and you are the beast then all of an mother that I no of that is why you should be a queen and you are the nicees mother in the world becaues you are evey thing becaues you are the nicese mother and. that is why you should? be a queen this day. Love Alicia Irine Harrah My mother should be queen for a day because 1. She can take good care of children. She takes care of a IH year old, rotten 5 year old, 6H year old, and a IVi year old, in all one house! And I love her. 2. She doesn't have a job and ^Quld spend time being queen. 3. She has a lot of help from her children and wouldn't have to do housework. 4. She makes good casarolls and the cooks wouldn't have to cook for A mother is a person who has children. I wish my mother was the lady next door. Her name is Ann and she has two boys. She is real nice and buys me Slurpees and candy. I wish she was my mom in a way. But then again I wish a lady that lives in Los Angeles was my mom. Her name is Bonnie. She has three girls. But most of all I love my very own mother and this is all that counts. Michelle Matthewson JOB^-^OJOTVS HONN NOT FINED •Batty Honn, right, owntr of Animal Adoptions, Ltd., is shewn following court when Judgt Jim Jtnson failad to fin* htr en a conviction of mistreat-^^^ Mother should be us! ing animals. At left is her Attorney John Fadgen and in the center is Charies "Chuck"^"^" ^l ^ <^ay because My Mother is Charlene McCreskey. WK4T IS A MOTHER? My mother is the best in the world because my mother takes care of us. Since my mother got a job we have to do the work around the house. I have to water the plants and do the dishes. My sister has to cook all the meals and clean the house. My mother works nights and I seldom get to see her. The end. Brenda Wydra A mother is someone who is kind and loving. She might work if, or if not you have a father. And on payday you usually have fun. Sometimes she doesn't get paid that much so she spends it on food. What really counts is that she's my mother. Georgie C she has three children, a Black doreable husband, one Kayann Black dog, two cats, and two tanks of fish. She does terrific art work. I'll tell you some ofthe art work My Mother should be' my mom does, she does Queen for a day because i Bread dough orntaof the prizes and my; ments, knitting, crochet, mother whouid love to and paper art work, she's win because she is pikke nice too. Once me and my My mother like to playi sister broke the shower games and she is nice curten. She said we had and lauehs and sings and to pay for it. Then she mostly sleeps that is all I changed her mind then have to say so now you, we didn't have to pay for Itnow what my mother it. I hope she'll be queen 'ikes to do. for a day because she's The End the best. by Melissa jane SarbacThe End ken By Natialie Elaine Ford MOTHER'S DAY r moi'SMChukm Above orders include: soup or salad bar, hot rols and butter. ymitCkiuee $2.95 CoBSm&i'i T-Bow tiiVHimU W% 31 293^7 Boil Ueidtcia'ft iwvATiOM$ INVITIO Rdlroad Pass Caano ^ ay iljiVigH ^ II min ID HooMi On 12fflMtoljiVigH llntetDHomvDm OfiH 7 ^AYS ^' s^PP^ Choice Hm9K FOR YOUR DINING PLEASURE \. I QC. "^ f(ml 'Bi^ Ihrakr, May 10 • S pm-tX pm 2l?ieeeft0( •.(•<>.* ^1 sifw salad bar ^||K(||(b • Baked potato or frin •VagetaUet Mashed Mato FfidBif 6 Sitaliy • May 11&1215 pm-ft30 pm • Bampgm • SoworHUv O OP ISmtn KaitlHtSh Man, M^f 14 • 5 pm-Hai pm hidSittk IgM' 1.95 npvSaUbv Tun. & Wad, May 15616 5 pnnS^ pm l/2PtieeKae FROM THE MENU Pa/tfeCMwOiAi t VagiMla t BM poM tSoiiporaUor HfvoUbv • S^ornperj JTOMTHE( MBUHET NIKEHnilTi hid CiuduK • Mashed Potati • Vegetable i*Sifef Salad Bar 1.95 in bed and know one could come in my room not even my mom or dad I'm sure glad thats over with and thats why I thinkmy mom should be queen of the day. Love Stacey Lynn Munoz My mother should be queen for a day because she is so loveable and hugable and missable and cleanable. My mother should be queen because she cleans houes after work at school. I play and be good, and I keep out of trouble. I have-$38.15 I would like to take her out to dinner but she woult let me Mary Elane Martinez A mother is somebody who cares for her children and who feeds them. Most of you have mothers, but if you don't I feel sorry for you. I have a nice mother and dad and three sisters and one brother and I am glad that my mother had a lot of children. A mother is a housewife and she is supposed to like it and supposed to love her kids. If anybody says anything bad about my mom I would kick them you know where. If I can't do it, I'll get my sisters to help, and if that doesn't work I'll get my brother to do it and he can do it, I know. I love my mother and I don't want anybody talking about her or my dad. If they hit me it is for something I did real bad. My mother cooks real, real good because she learned from my grandmother. My mother knows how to do a lot of things. Tracy Wolff My mother is very nice because she gets things for me like food, and not just everyday food, I mean good food. I can 'con' her into buying pop rocks for me and ice cream. And she can 'con' my dad into taking us places like Monterey and Utah and California, and Disneyland. Harold Landin A NIGHT'S CATCH •• The 20 striped bats were caught in Black Canyon4ast Friday night. Proudly displaying them are Dick O'Dall, David Atkinson, 15, Scott Atkinson, Robrt Ruggles and Gary Atkinson. The l>oy in the center is Bryan, 6, with hit fi>h.

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i ^ THwndoy, May 10, 1979 Deana Shafer Tels About IVIY FAVORITE PICTURE' ^9ao State Museums Antual Awards Banquet To Be Held May 21 Mtjidtraon Hcmt Ntwt and lewl^ City Ntw* by Rae Von Dornum Deana Shafer's favorite picture is this pose of her two sons. Dean and Jay, leaving Rose de Lima Hospital with their wives and their new babies who were born just 54 minutes apart. October 1, 1974. It was the first child for each couple. Dean and Linda, at left, named their little boy Richard Allen. Jay and Debbie, at right, named their daughter Erica Michelle. Deana and her •husband, Jim, now have 12 grandchildren, and 3ll of them live here. Dean works for Nevada Power Company and now has three sons. Jay is a salesman for General Equipment Company. He is being transferred to Reno soon to establish a new branch for the company. Daughter Sharon assists her dad in his-print shop. Her husband, Larry Bush is at MoceriProduce. They are the parents of one son and three daughters and live at 1214 Toledo Street. Daughter Valeria "Val" is a 21 dealer at the Skyline Casino. She has four children, three girls and one boy. The Shafer's came here 25 years ago and bought some lots from Deana's mother. Hazel Elmer, on Athol Street. Jim established his printing business in the old victory Village Shopping Center, where the Home News was also located. I remember doing typing for Jim in exchange for his printing material for Toastmistress Club. He later moved his business to Pittman. Deana is a 21 year member of the Rebckah Lodge and A dvisor of 10 to 18 years of age. which presently has 16 active members. Fourteen of the girls attended State Assembly in Reno this year and each member earned the money to pay her own expenses. Deana was awarded the Outstanding Advisor Award and her group won first place in membership; second in scrapbook; and honorable mention in talent. Michcll Jimenez was elected warden and will haye state assembly here in three years. Jim is a member of the Fr.itprnai On;irr nf Faglfs, Two prominent Nevadans and a major corporation will receive special plaques from the Nevada State Museum at its Annual Awards Banquet for its membership on Saturday. May 12. Each of the recipients is being honored fo: • outstanding contributions to the State of Nevada, each in different ways. Their selection was made by the museum's board of trustees, who considered many candidates before making 'final choices. They are James W. Calhoun. longtime director of the Nevada State Museum, now retired; Murl Emery of Nelson, Nevada, who has lived for 61 years on the Colorado River and contributed to this state's history ifl the process; and the Kennecott Copper Corporation, for its "contributions" to the economic well-being and cultural advancement of the State of Nevada." Calhoun, originally a mining man, came to the museum first to design and build the famed mine exhibit in the basement. His interest for the institution which that job raised led Calhoun to stay on, and in 1950, he was appointed director. Murl Emery is known as "The Sage of Nelson." because he has lived at that community since 1917. In the course of that and from that vantage point, said Porter, "he has seen the wild waters of the Colorado River harnessed by the Hoover Dam and turned into a placid Lake Mead, which covers forever many of the small settlements once located on the banks of the river. "Over the years,Mr. Nelson has salvaged a collection of old mining equipment and artifacts, a collection which is probably one of the best in the West. He has restored much of this to operating condition." Invitations to thebanquct have been sent to the 350 members ol the museum, but Porter says that anyone can attend. The event will take place in the Crown Teresa Room of the Ormsby House in Carson City, with no-host S64-3ay J The DWIdf4}ef-driving while Intoxicated may be-.tii moat dangerous^. person on the roadr-Fach year some 20.000 people are killed by drunk drivers. Most people arrested for drunk driving are not hardened criminals, but ordinary citizens. Arret,-booking," conrinement, bail all are new M<-f^ightening There's notoriety and shame to be considered. There's a financial cost, too: courtcosts, a stiiT fine, probction fees, legal expenstet must be paid. The driver may be imprisoned. r.-. The high colt continues. The d.runk driver's auto insurance IF the insurer will keep him on will cost him considerably more. And that higher premium continues for at least three'years. There is a national trend toward tougher enforcemetif of DWI laws. Don't irive if you've been drinking. Brought to you as a public service by La Porta Insurance Agency, 1515 E ast Tropicana No. 200, Las Veiit.^)l.Bm. Telephone'"7;W-"W41 or 129 Water Steeet, Henderson, M\LS9015. Telephone;-MM411. DLa Pnts 4^ ANYONE FOR TH^OLD ccc??? |709 Michigan. Wcs Sacramento, Ca. 95691 Phone: 1-916-3 72-5858 April 27. 1979 Dear Editor: Many of us wondered what happened to the 3 million men who served in the Civilian Conservation Corps from 1933 to 4942. SO. ..last summer, some 500 former members of the CCC. from 39 states, met at the VFW HALL, in iploth building into one of Americo's grtotott health problems. Ever increasing numbers of vehicles on the highways, increased speed and increased power of the vehicles, and the constantly-growing system of freeways throughout the country, continuolly expand the opportunity for the type of accident which can result in "whiplash" injuries and agaoniting pain. While such injuries remain littleunderstood in many branches of the healing arts, the chiropractor, because of his constant training and study of spine and its alignment, is well awart of the significance of even minute changes in the alignment. He reoliies that "whiplash" victims really ore in need of help. The chiroproctor, through scientific examination, con locate tiny spinal displocements which may result from "whiplosh-type" accidents. With competent, gentle adjustments he restores proper alignment to release dangerous rserve pressure and allow rMtur* to restore the body to its normal, healthy condition. ANOTHER HEALTH ARTICLE FROM THE OmCE Of: DR. G.P. 6€RLEMAN CHIROPUaOR PHONE 564.2331 532 S. lOUlOiR HWY, HON., NV. 89015 (locitrd in .Saffway Shoppine r>nteri West Sacramento. -California, and organized the ...National Association of Civilian Conservation Corps Alumni. (NACCCA) Anyone who served in the CCC. in any capacity, is eligible to join NACCCA. For details, please write mc. Thank you. I Sincerely, (s) Jack Vincent P09 Michigan West Sacramento. CA 95691 P.S. We are trying to locate the Ex-CCC Boys who did so much for our lountry during the great depression. We hope you will help us locate the hundreds of EX-CCC BOYS in Nevada... Thanks a million. It's A Leader! A Icddcr in tclrphonet u .New V(irk Cily A* of January 1, 1977, the EmpireCiiy had :).9I5,0I5 lilephmek That's 802 phonci p<-r 1.000 IH-Oplp Sail a tall ship to a smaO island* Saba. Carriacou. Ne\is. Grenadines. Bligh's breadfruit isle. StcvensorfsTreasure Island They arc alJ here in the Qiribbean waiting to be discovered again. Along with unforgettable beaches, • ^^—ra forgotten forts, hushed volcanoes and picturesque little villafles. • ^"^ \^ Come with us on a "barefoot'adventure 6 or 14 days, finonigSoO. \ To remote islands. 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i ^ THwndoy, May 10, 1979 Deana Shafer Tels About IVIY FAVORITE PICTURE' ^9ao State Museums Antual Awards Banquet To Be Held May 21 Mtjidtraon Hcmt Ntwt and lewl^ City Ntw* by Rae Von Dornum Deana Shafer's favorite picture is this pose of her two sons. Dean and Jay, leaving Rose de Lima Hospital with their wives and their new babies who were born just 54 minutes apart. October 1, 1974. It was the first child for each couple. Dean and Linda, at left, named their little boy Richard Allen. Jay and Debbie, at right, named their daughter Erica Michelle. Deana and her •husband, Jim, now have 12 grandchildren, and 3ll of them live here. Dean works for Nevada Power Company and now has three sons. Jay is a salesman for General Equipment Company. He is being transferred to Reno soon to establish a new branch for the company. Daughter Sharon assists her dad in his-print shop. Her husband, Larry Bush is at MoceriProduce. They are the parents of one son and three daughters and live at 1214 Toledo Street. Daughter Valeria "Val" is a 21 dealer at the Skyline Casino. She has four children, three girls and one boy. The Shafer's came here 25 years ago and bought some lots from Deana's mother. Hazel Elmer, on Athol Street. Jim established his printing business in the old victory Village Shopping Center, where the Home News was also located. I remember doing typing for Jim in exchange for his printing material for Toastmistress Club. He later moved his business to Pittman. Deana is a 21 year member of the Rebckah Lodge and A dvisor of 10 to 18 years of age. which presently has 16 active members. Fourteen of the girls attended State Assembly in Reno this year and each member earned the money to pay her own expenses. Deana was awarded the Outstanding Advisor Award and her group won first place in membership; second in scrapbook; and honorable mention in talent. Michcll Jimenez was elected warden and will haye state assembly here in three years. Jim is a member of the Fr.itprnai On;irr nf Faglfs, Two prominent Nevadans and a major corporation will receive special plaques from the Nevada State Museum at its Annual Awards Banquet for its membership on Saturday. May 12. Each of the recipients is being honored fo: • outstanding contributions to the State of Nevada, each in different ways. Their selection was made by the museum's board of trustees, who considered many candidates before making 'final choices. They are James W. Calhoun. longtime director of the Nevada State Museum, now retired; Murl Emery of Nelson, Nevada, who has lived for 61 years on the Colorado River and contributed to this state's history ifl the process; and the Kennecott Copper Corporation, for its "contributions" to the economic well-being and cultural advancement of the State of Nevada." Calhoun, originally a mining man, came to the museum first to design and build the famed mine exhibit in the basement. His interest for the institution which that job raised led Calhoun to stay on, and in 1950, he was appointed director. Murl Emery is known as "The Sage of Nelson." because he has lived at that community since 1917. In the course of that and from that vantage point, said Porter, "he has seen the wild waters of the Colorado River harnessed by the Hoover Dam and turned into a placid Lake Mead, which covers forever many of the small settlements once located on the banks of the river. "Over the years,Mr. Nelson has salvaged a collection of old mining equipment and artifacts, a collection which is probably one of the best in the West. He has restored much of this to operating condition." Invitations to thebanquct have been sent to the 350 members ol the museum, but Porter says that anyone can attend. The event will take place in the Crown Teresa Room of the Ormsby House in Carson City, with no-host S64-3ay J The DWIdf4}ef-driving while Intoxicated may be-.tii moat dangerous^. person on the roadr-Fach year some 20.000 people are killed by drunk drivers. Most people arrested for drunk driving are not hardened criminals, but ordinary citizens. Arret,-booking," conrinement, bail all are new M<-f^ightening There's notoriety and shame to be considered. There's a financial cost, too: courtcosts, a stiiT fine, probction fees, legal expenstet must be paid. The driver may be imprisoned. r.-. The high colt continues. The d.runk driver's auto insurance IF the insurer will keep him on will cost him considerably more. And that higher premium continues for at least three'years. There is a national trend toward tougher enforcemetif of DWI laws. Don't irive if you've been drinking. Brought to you as a public service by La Porta Insurance Agency, 1515 E ast Tropicana No. 200, Las Veiit.^)l.Bm. Telephone'"7;W-"W41 or 129 Water Steeet, Henderson, M\LS9015. Telephone;-MM411. DLa Pnts 4^ ANYONE FOR TH^OLD ccc??? |709 Michigan. Wcs Sacramento, Ca. 95691 Phone: 1-916-3 72-5858 April 27. 1979 Dear Editor: Many of us wondered what happened to the 3 million men who served in the Civilian Conservation Corps from 1933 to 4942. SO. ..last summer, some 500 former members of the CCC. from 39 states, met at the VFW HALL, in iploth building into one of Americo's grtotott health problems. Ever increasing numbers of vehicles on the highways, increased speed and increased power of the vehicles, and the constantly-growing system of freeways throughout the country, continuolly expand the opportunity for the type of accident which can result in "whiplash" injuries and agaoniting pain. While such injuries remain littleunderstood in many branches of the healing arts, the chiropractor, because of his constant training and study of spine and its alignment, is well awart of the significance of even minute changes in the alignment. He reoliies that "whiplash" victims really ore in need of help. The chiroproctor, through scientific examination, con locate tiny spinal displocements which may result from "whiplosh-type" accidents. With competent, gentle adjustments he restores proper alignment to release dangerous rserve pressure and allow rMtur* to restore the body to its normal, healthy condition. ANOTHER HEALTH ARTICLE FROM THE OmCE Of: DR. G.P. 6€RLEMAN CHIROPUaOR PHONE 564.2331 532 S. lOUlOiR HWY, HON., NV. 89015 (locitrd in .Saffway Shoppine r>nteri West Sacramento. -California, and organized the ...National Association of Civilian Conservation Corps Alumni. (NACCCA) Anyone who served in the CCC. in any capacity, is eligible to join NACCCA. For details, please write mc. Thank you. I Sincerely, (s) Jack Vincent P09 Michigan West Sacramento. CA 95691 P.S. We are trying to locate the Ex-CCC Boys who did so much for our lountry during the great depression. We hope you will help us locate the hundreds of EX-CCC BOYS in Nevada... Thanks a million. It's A Leader! A Icddcr in tclrphonet u .New V(irk Cily A* of January 1, 1977, the EmpireCiiy had :).9I5,0I5 lilephmek That's 802 phonci p<-r 1.000 IH-Oplp Sail a tall ship to a smaO island* Saba. Carriacou. Ne\is. Grenadines. Bligh's breadfruit isle. StcvensorfsTreasure Island They arc alJ here in the Qiribbean waiting to be discovered again. Along with unforgettable beaches, • ^^—ra forgotten forts, hushed volcanoes and picturesque little villafles. • ^"^ \^ Come with us on a "barefoot'adventure 6 or 14 days, finonigSoO. \ To remote islands. Aboard schooners once belonging to Onassis, V \'anderbilt, tJic Duke of Westminster '. • • ZL A lder in thf carpet industry u Bigplow The Tirtl to dauify ai! their rarp<-li acrordinj to thr amount of wear they will tike, the company w in the vanpiard of the elegant look of Uie '80 r.irpt* With deeper, richer u turen, aglow with new hybrid .-olork. The leading language in the number of iia vowel tounda ia Sedang, a central W'.namese language It ha* hh dutin guuhable vowel tounds • • • ^ leader in the search for mt I % NOBODY BUT NOBODY UNDERSELLS AMERICAN NEVADA'S LARGEST SELLER OF FAMOUS BRAND FURNITURE SELECT FROM lA-Z-BOY • KROEHLER • BASSETT • SIMMONS SERTA SEALY • THOMASVILIE • LINCOLN STANLEY AND MANY MORE DIRECT FROM AMERICAN'S BIG STORE & WAREHOUSE SHOWROOMS UZ-BOY Swivel ^ Rocker SOFA & LOVE SEAT SALE Rtg. 889.95 •*. V ^^ i^i -^ 1 • • ^x I *4 LA-Z-BOY Rocker Recliner I :f.uW'jp-' •i. Oeciritif kiiini fit style, beauty, ctmlort t lon£ wear at a very IM price. 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*=NM^tnMi Htmt NMTS m4 lwM*f CHy Mtws ^^^? lhun4vt, My 10,1f7f LEHERS to the EDITOR: Crime Resistance Alert Soro Crime ResJitanci Tips For Womm UvinQ Akm Dear Friends. At the recent gathering of the 3Urs 1 had the honor of being the member who had traveled the greateat distance to attend. In truth, I would have travelled twice as far M I had come from Chattanooga, Tennesaee to be with all of you this year. It is a joy to find Boulder City has kept its loving concern for all those who live here. I have been particularly pleased with seeing the service available for Senior^Citi* zens and the recreation program for all. Even newcomers here have been infected with the pioneer fever of those who built this oasis. I have been touched by your desire to keep alive the traditions we held dear years ago; for sa many communities are just too busy with their present expansion to do so. Thank you for your warm greetings, extended even though 1 have been away too long. Thank you roThe Editor, Never in my life have I heard of. or witnessed such a blatant act of cowardice, than that of the Bureau of Reclamation io for the many condolences extended on the recent death of my father. Doc Jensen. Thank you for being yourselves. Thank you for your kindness to my stepmother. My family, Margaret, Billy, Kathy and husband Bill (who is with South Central Bell Telephone Co.) ver>' generously curtailed their vacation plans this summer to make my visit possible. My mother sends you her 'best wishes. I will return home to begin my new work at Chattanooga State Technical Community College in June, where I will be teaching dance as physical and psychotherapy. Sincerely, (s) Christyna Jensen Benton. 31erfrom 1936 to 1948. Redamalion Begins Releasing Excess Rows Following yesterday's Interior Department approval to release Colorado River flows for river regulation and hydroelectric power generation, the Bureau—of— Recl a m a ti o n their normal seasonal levels. The decision to rolease the water, which will be excess of downstream needs, was prompted by today began adding 1.100 cubic feet per second to the flows normally released from the lower Colorado River dams. The additional flows will be increased to 2.600 cubic feet per second by May 10. The announcement was made in Boulder City, Nevada, by Eugene Hinds. Acting Regional Director for Reclamation's Lower Colorado Region. Hinds explained that about 700,000 acre-feet of stored river water would be released by September 30. 1979. He stated that these additional releases will restore river water elevations to an extre mely wet wi n t er season which increased downstream tributary mflows and reduced agricultural demands. The reduced demands resulted in increased storage m Lake Mead and. combined with forecasts of much above normal runoff on the Colorado River, increased the chances that mandatory flood control releases will have to be made from the dams later this year or in 1980. Less water released through the hydroelectric powerplants at Hoover. Davis, and Park Dams also created a deficiency in contractual hydroelectric power t)bligations. "^ civil to dl, MCiaUt to many, tamiliar to ftw, frind to on*, tnamy to non." Benjamin Franklin removing the plaque which marks the grave of NIG the dog of Hoover Dam. I find it difficult to believe that people would bow down to the idiocy of one mans insecurity. Many men worked on the dam. both black and white and never was there any cry of racism when the plaque was placed on the grave of the dog that all of these men loved and cared for. Then to listen to the crybaby attitude of a man who wasn't there and knows nothing about the men or what they felt for a dog, a mascot really is inconceivable to me. 1 believe that the first consideration should go to those men who worked, bled, and sweated .constructing the dam. Did anyone even bother to ask what these men thought. I for one doubt it. Well asked or not, they are giving their views and answers to you. The plaque should be replaced as it is. not with the name Womtl Ihring lone have niny unique safety problems. Their exposure to these risks can be greatly minimized • thru some simple precautions: (1) UM good judgment in selecting a place to live. (2) Have the locks in your new home rektyed or change the locks, prefer^ ably to dead bolts. (3) Don't leave • keys under the door nut or in the mailbox and never put your address on your key ring. removed as many suggest, but as it was and is. NIG was the dog's name and that is the way the plaque should and must read. We not only are asking for this, but are demanding that it be done, we are demanding it! his time that the people who live here get what they want and quit yielding to outsiders. I ask the Bureau of Reclamation, are you so sure of your actions that you never question what you do? Michael Crawford (4) Have sound locks installed on windows and sliding f Uss doors. (5) List only your initial and Ust ntme on your mail box, (Do not use "Miss." "Ms."* or "Mrs."). (6) Have a wide angle viewer or "peep" hole installed in your front door. (7) If y6u list your telephone number, show your initials and last nsme only or list your complete name with no address. (%) Demand identificttion from unknowAcallers. (9) Hang up immediately on threatening or obscene telephone :*ilers md never give personal information to strangers on the phone. Summing it up. the key to personal sifety it home is common sense. • ^ e AIR CAR! COMfUTf SAUS g SIRVlCf AIR CON0ITIONINO-HEA7IN0 OAS ft-OR ilf CTRIC gVAFORAnVI COOlf RS P.O. lOX 31S1 HINDfRSON, NV 1^15 702 293.4169 UC.NO. 1S9M RiaMcNAUY ^ ;, i l\ ^ LL Henderson Home News and leulder City Mows •Till or more Insured 26 Week Certificates JAMES L. WADSWORTH. Attorney at Law, announcM the removal of hit law offlc to SUITE 203 50 S. JONES BLVD. Las Vegas, NV 89107 (702) 870-9131 9.617y 9.85 Current annual rate Annual effective yield EffBGtive ttvough May 16,197S Current annual rate and annual (Hactive yiaid arc subiect to change at renewal tXMd en money martiet cenificatt rate* at ihai nme. No lees or charges Ol any kind Federal regulations prohibit corrtpoundingot interest iu'ing ifte term ol T! the account. Early withdrawal requires substantial interest penaioas FSLIC insured to $40,000 Ignacio A. Leycegui, M.D. wUhei to onnounce tht relocation of his office (or tlie practice of Internol Medicine 6i Neplirology ly AppoUtment OMIV ) 121 S. MerylM^ Nwy. 702.7330199 Ssiilc 204 Ut VMM. Nte4 19109 Acroti (roM Sunrlst Hesf Itoi Call any of our offices for the latest high quotes on certificates of $100,000 or more. i •fedfi.*' (ts-yulitni't, it-guHc 4 • .uDvtjnt.jl pf'dlty to' f t'l witfidijw.i FW First Western Savings Number One Should Do More. It's Only Right. 508 S. Boulder Hwy.. Henderson, Nevada, 564-2814 Deooreton recommend you keep high Ismpt on low tables. 8Ur.ir.15fi JC33 FOR YOUTH TRAINING PROGRAM Tr> Clark Courfy Scrod O'ltftci n ceopera-ion with the uas Vegas/Cia" County Co-.$clia. has ?eer ^otnonieo !c recrj.t enroneis or"t•^e ^^^^^J Sumrner Proo-am. All youtn *>no :<-:i ra! tn,>y r-ett f* CcTA e -lo .ry Criltria 2re tr^CCJ.'i^JJ to liDhon for aoo'ticnal iTMzrmrr.r o' pfBferaOiy. '.o co^e .n p*r$o.T to the CETA Youth Oft'ce at nercno hign Sc^-DCl imaiii *iu r:mj PUT m wcw IT m wi OF .SJ m t^m. AL'.CSVi'.CcS ''.' Z'OS'O'.i^ fain;'^: srail 6i: lA'i Easic AMowa:-.e at U 9C onB^ liKeniive '^\:*ivu t S33 Pr V>HK ly enfoi.tej receiving fudc 3:s.-.ianct ELIGIBILITY: :?fpi'ej tnjsi M tttweer tf> a()es of 14 & 2i j-i ,it fal' m-'.-i pcvMj rncoffi* iev'$. ^TKMAl IMEK MAY 6 \l m9 DISCOUNTS ON FAMOUS NAME BRANDS... AS: OENEKAt Fam ly Sizt Gro income 1 S2.750 00 • 2 4.520.M 3 6.200.00 • 7.650 00 5 9.030.00 6 io.5eo.co fcr facn AcJoitinnj' Pfion AJd $l.5J0.00 HANDICAPPED Family Size Gross .n:o"e 1 S3.40 00 2 6.4S00C 3 1.660.00 4 10.40(''i 5 12,900 C( 6 1S.090.CC For Eacti Aca.tijrji Person A4i S2.190.00 Gulbfonaeni Own 'yifififiUOtiOvv Lw^OranCwart MLl4)-GinomMdMoUi PMICMM GutvieRiniBiProgrini fi{y8y;(Miti.rte Cuffleft Piwi Gultarjk (Mn M*i; AboAmriin UnklgiDnimaAKiK. RECORDS • TAPS e Ci • SHEET MUSC • vtidotioo 4 ntuiMlfr • WESaVCEHWUTWESBL' ENROLL22S MUST PROVIDE PROOF OF fNCO.VE CAU 642-C:2 CfTA fOJTH POCAM 1$ tCCATEO AT •^e" >" • c(.'*'< ;."-^j.oyf f..} una hjndacion de igualdad dt opertunidad para lodoi y no diacrlmina por rata. religion, in capaddad. orifen natal. >exo. edad. adopcion politico o credo.s What God Can The morning's sermon from the Henderson Christian Church; drew an analogy between the life of a Christian and the Sea of Galilee and the Dead Sea. The Sea of Galilee •gives out daily the amount of water it receives in from the natural source at the top of the Sea. Because of this constant flow of water in and out of the Sea; people live and thrive around this body of water that gives forth life's resources. While on the other hand, there is a body of water called the Dead Sea. The water that flows into this Sea comes from the Jordan River, but none of this water is ever released, it keeps what it takes in. This stagnant body of water is absorbed through evaporation only. No one lives around this Sea because of the putrid odor that reeks from this body of water, which possesses no life giving qualities. Page 23 Thundciy, May 10, 1979 j,,|. ., _, mMnaay, may 10, 1V79 'Sea h. You Here's o Recipe From a Loco! Homeffloker You can be like the Sea of Galilee in that which you take in daily from God's word will flow through you as the Holy Spirit works in your life. And people can live and thrive around you as you give God's living resource in His Son Jesus Christ. Or you can be like the Dead Sea. what you take in. you keep. Your life becomes stagnant and the love of God is not released from you. to others. As Christians it ii our choice, which body of water will we be for Jesus Christ. John 4:1-15 talks about the Samaritan Women at the well. Jesus declares..."Everyone who drinks this water will be thirsty again, but whoever drinks the water I give him will never thirst." John 4:13.14. Monnoloile Drop Cookies "Some time ago I tried a recipe that was printed in "Raye's Knick Knack Shelf column in the HENDERSON HOME NEWS,' Mrs. Rod Kemplevalt told us. "and I would be gratified if you would re-print it. I tried it once and liked it, so did my husband, family, and company but I lost the recipe." 3 cups sifted all purpose flour ^ tsp. baking soda about '/4 tsp. or pinch of salt (to taste) Vz cup butter (or margarine) 1 cup sugar 2 well beaten eggs ^4 cup orange marmalade I tsp. orange extract (mix with marmalade) Sift flour, add soda and salt-cream butteror margarine, add sugar and beaten eggs stir in flour mixture add marmalade and extract mix. Drop by tsps. on greased baking sheet about 2 inches apart. Bake at i350 degrees for about 12 minutes. Remove at once from pan. Makes about 4 dozen. Dee-li-cious; Dee-light ful; Dee love ly! Thankyou, Mrs. Kemplevalt, the cookie recipe was submitted by former Maine resident Leola Farrell. Prottssional Insunnco Planning LA PORTA INSURANCE AGENCY INC. ^i^^ ^ ^N^^/WW/WWWVWWWVW DOmm B FOREIGN REPAIR PH. 56613 DUAINE'S AUTOMOtFVE "SPECIAUST S IN • Dinne& BobNieison • AUTO AIR CONOmOING h ELECTRICAL SYSTBA • MAJOR ENGINE REPAIR h OVERHAUL • BRAKES • AUTOMATIC & STANDARD TR ANS. OVfflHAUL ^..^.^.!?-.!!*.^^."!^-|H^'>^i^''' You are invited to join us this Sunday to worship The Lord of Lords and King of Kings. All services are being held at the Mt, Moriah Lodge. 101 Temple Dr. directly across from the Black Mt. Golf Course, where Major turns into Country Club Dr. MORNING: 9:15 ^ong Service; 9:30 Swiday School; 10:30 Worship Service. .EVENING: 5:30 Youth Meeting; 7:00 Worship Service. 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CAMARO, New Engine • •• • }^^^ 72 CADILLAC Coope DeVillt Nice „^ $1795 ....$1795 ,...$1095 ..$2695 ...$1895 .$1595 ...$1495 ...$3595 ,..$1495 ...$3695 .,.$2295 73 FORD RANCHERO $2299 73 PONTIAC i Uf real Transponalion $1299 '64 OIDSMOBIIE WAGON Nice $895 '74 JAVEUN sportv $2295 '72 PONTIAC FIREBIRD $2095 "FISHERMAN SPECIAL" '71 PLYMOUTH WAGON $1295 '61 CHEVROLET PICK UP vs. Automatic $895 71 FORD PICK UP Small vs. 3 Sp $1495 '66 DODGE Z Door. Hip. Uk .New! $1295 >^ WE BUY CARS & TRUCKS FOR CASH < WE CARRY CONTRACTS HI-WAYAUTO ioS %> MAGNIFICENT HOMES OVERLOOKING THE VEGAS VALLEY CUSTOM FEATURES INCLUDED IN PURCHASE PRICE: 0 Wall-to-wall carpeting throughout Forced Air Heat 0Sodded Front Yards 00.E. Electric Range Air Conditioning 0<'E. Dishwasher 0 Beautiful Hardwood Kitchen Cabinets Insulated Walls and Ceilings 0 Smoke Alarm 0 Garbage Disposal Spacious 2-Car Garage OT.V. Outlet 0 All Utilities Underground Vinyl Entry Stainless Steel Sinks 0 Sewer System p Ceramic Tile in Tub & Shower Street Lights Concrete Drives and Walks Moen Single Lever Valves HRBUIXS, DRAPES & THE ROOFS ARE STANDARD IN ALL HOMES FROM •54.900 fHA, VA AND CONVENTIONAL FINANCING 360 PALO VERDE DRIVE, ACROSS FROM BASIC HIGH SCHOOL HENDERSON Buil(in ol Qutllty Homu Phon9 564-35W J MiaMMMifafa ^ •^aa

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*=NM^tnMi Htmt NMTS m4 lwM*f CHy Mtws ^^^? lhun4vt, My 10,1f7f LEHERS to the EDITOR: Crime Resistance Alert Soro Crime ResJitanci Tips For Womm UvinQ Akm Dear Friends. At the recent gathering of the 3Urs 1 had the honor of being the member who had traveled the greateat distance to attend. In truth, I would have travelled twice as far M I had come from Chattanooga, Tennesaee to be with all of you this year. It is a joy to find Boulder City has kept its loving concern for all those who live here. I have been particularly pleased with seeing the service available for Senior^Citi* zens and the recreation program for all. Even newcomers here have been infected with the pioneer fever of those who built this oasis. I have been touched by your desire to keep alive the traditions we held dear years ago; for sa many communities are just too busy with their present expansion to do so. Thank you for your warm greetings, extended even though 1 have been away too long. Thank you roThe Editor, Never in my life have I heard of. or witnessed such a blatant act of cowardice, than that of the Bureau of Reclamation io for the many condolences extended on the recent death of my father. Doc Jensen. Thank you for being yourselves. Thank you for your kindness to my stepmother. My family, Margaret, Billy, Kathy and husband Bill (who is with South Central Bell Telephone Co.) ver>' generously curtailed their vacation plans this summer to make my visit possible. My mother sends you her 'best wishes. I will return home to begin my new work at Chattanooga State Technical Community College in June, where I will be teaching dance as physical and psychotherapy. Sincerely, (s) Christyna Jensen Benton. 31erfrom 1936 to 1948. Redamalion Begins Releasing Excess Rows Following yesterday's Interior Department approval to release Colorado River flows for river regulation and hydroelectric power generation, the Bureau—of— Recl a m a ti o n their normal seasonal levels. The decision to rolease the water, which will be excess of downstream needs, was prompted by today began adding 1.100 cubic feet per second to the flows normally released from the lower Colorado River dams. The additional flows will be increased to 2.600 cubic feet per second by May 10. The announcement was made in Boulder City, Nevada, by Eugene Hinds. Acting Regional Director for Reclamation's Lower Colorado Region. Hinds explained that about 700,000 acre-feet of stored river water would be released by September 30. 1979. He stated that these additional releases will restore river water elevations to an extre mely wet wi n t er season which increased downstream tributary mflows and reduced agricultural demands. The reduced demands resulted in increased storage m Lake Mead and. combined with forecasts of much above normal runoff on the Colorado River, increased the chances that mandatory flood control releases will have to be made from the dams later this year or in 1980. Less water released through the hydroelectric powerplants at Hoover. Davis, and Park Dams also created a deficiency in contractual hydroelectric power t)bligations. "^ civil to dl, MCiaUt to many, tamiliar to ftw, frind to on*, tnamy to non." Benjamin Franklin removing the plaque which marks the grave of NIG the dog of Hoover Dam. I find it difficult to believe that people would bow down to the idiocy of one mans insecurity. Many men worked on the dam. both black and white and never was there any cry of racism when the plaque was placed on the grave of the dog that all of these men loved and cared for. Then to listen to the crybaby attitude of a man who wasn't there and knows nothing about the men or what they felt for a dog, a mascot really is inconceivable to me. 1 believe that the first consideration should go to those men who worked, bled, and sweated .constructing the dam. Did anyone even bother to ask what these men thought. I for one doubt it. Well asked or not, they are giving their views and answers to you. The plaque should be replaced as it is. not with the name Womtl Ihring lone have niny unique safety problems. Their exposure to these risks can be greatly minimized • thru some simple precautions: (1) UM good judgment in selecting a place to live. (2) Have the locks in your new home rektyed or change the locks, prefer^ ably to dead bolts. (3) Don't leave • keys under the door nut or in the mailbox and never put your address on your key ring. removed as many suggest, but as it was and is. NIG was the dog's name and that is the way the plaque should and must read. We not only are asking for this, but are demanding that it be done, we are demanding it! his time that the people who live here get what they want and quit yielding to outsiders. I ask the Bureau of Reclamation, are you so sure of your actions that you never question what you do? Michael Crawford (4) Have sound locks installed on windows and sliding f Uss doors. (5) List only your initial and Ust ntme on your mail box, (Do not use "Miss." "Ms."* or "Mrs."). (6) Have a wide angle viewer or "peep" hole installed in your front door. (7) If y6u list your telephone number, show your initials and last nsme only or list your complete name with no address. (%) Demand identificttion from unknowAcallers. (9) Hang up immediately on threatening or obscene telephone :*ilers md never give personal information to strangers on the phone. Summing it up. the key to personal sifety it home is common sense. • ^ e AIR CAR! COMfUTf SAUS g SIRVlCf AIR CON0ITIONINO-HEA7IN0 OAS ft-OR ilf CTRIC gVAFORAnVI COOlf RS P.O. lOX 31S1 HINDfRSON, NV 1^15 702 293.4169 UC.NO. 1S9M RiaMcNAUY ^ ;, i l\ ^ LL Henderson Home News and leulder City Mows •Till or more Insured 26 Week Certificates JAMES L. WADSWORTH. Attorney at Law, announcM the removal of hit law offlc to SUITE 203 50 S. JONES BLVD. Las Vegas, NV 89107 (702) 870-9131 9.617y 9.85 Current annual rate Annual effective yield EffBGtive ttvough May 16,197S Current annual rate and annual (Hactive yiaid arc subiect to change at renewal tXMd en money martiet cenificatt rate* at ihai nme. No lees or charges Ol any kind Federal regulations prohibit corrtpoundingot interest iu'ing ifte term ol T! the account. Early withdrawal requires substantial interest penaioas FSLIC insured to $40,000 Ignacio A. Leycegui, M.D. wUhei to onnounce tht relocation of his office (or tlie practice of Internol Medicine 6i Neplirology ly AppoUtment OMIV ) 121 S. MerylM^ Nwy. 702.7330199 Ssiilc 204 Ut VMM. Nte4 19109 Acroti (roM Sunrlst Hesf Itoi Call any of our offices for the latest high quotes on certificates of $100,000 or more. i •fedfi.*' (ts-yulitni't, it-guHc 4 • .uDvtjnt.jl pf'dlty to' f t'l witfidijw.i FW First Western Savings Number One Should Do More. It's Only Right. 508 S. Boulder Hwy.. Henderson, Nevada, 564-2814 Deooreton recommend you keep high Ismpt on low tables. 8Ur.ir.15fi JC33 FOR YOUTH TRAINING PROGRAM Tr> Clark Courfy Scrod O'ltftci n ceopera-ion with the uas Vegas/Cia" County Co-.$clia. has ?eer ^otnonieo !c recrj.t enroneis or"t•^e ^^^^^J Sumrner Proo-am. All youtn *>no :<-:i ra! tn,>y r-ett f* CcTA e -lo .ry Criltria 2re tr^CCJ.'i^JJ to liDhon for aoo'ticnal iTMzrmrr.r o' pfBferaOiy. '.o co^e .n p*r$o.T to the CETA Youth Oft'ce at nercno hign Sc^-DCl imaiii *iu r:mj PUT m wcw IT m wi OF .SJ m t^m. AL'.CSVi'.CcS ''.' Z'OS'O'.i^ fain;'^: srail 6i: lA'i Easic AMowa:-.e at U 9C onB^ liKeniive '^\:*ivu t S33 Pr V>HK ly enfoi.tej receiving fudc 3:s.-.ianct ELIGIBILITY: :?fpi'ej tnjsi M tttweer tf> a()es of 14 & 2i j-i ,it fal' m-'.-i pcvMj rncoffi* iev'$. ^TKMAl IMEK MAY 6 \l m9 DISCOUNTS ON FAMOUS NAME BRANDS... AS: OENEKAt Fam ly Sizt Gro income 1 S2.750 00 • 2 4.520.M 3 6.200.00 • 7.650 00 5 9.030.00 6 io.5eo.co fcr facn AcJoitinnj' Pfion AJd $l.5J0.00 HANDICAPPED Family Size Gross .n:o"e 1 S3.40 00 2 6.4S00C 3 1.660.00 4 10.40(''i 5 12,900 C( 6 1S.090.CC For Eacti Aca.tijrji Person A4i S2.190.00 Gulbfonaeni Own 'yifififiUOtiOvv Lw^OranCwart MLl4)-GinomMdMoUi PMICMM GutvieRiniBiProgrini fi{y8y;(Miti.rte Cuffleft Piwi Gultarjk (Mn M*i; AboAmriin UnklgiDnimaAKiK. RECORDS • TAPS e Ci • SHEET MUSC • vtidotioo 4 ntuiMlfr • WESaVCEHWUTWESBL' ENROLL22S MUST PROVIDE PROOF OF fNCO.VE CAU 642-C:2 CfTA fOJTH POCAM 1$ tCCATEO AT •^e" >" • c(.'*'< ;."-^j.oyf f..} una hjndacion de igualdad dt opertunidad para lodoi y no diacrlmina por rata. religion, in capaddad. orifen natal. >exo. edad. adopcion politico o credo.s What God Can The morning's sermon from the Henderson Christian Church; drew an analogy between the life of a Christian and the Sea of Galilee and the Dead Sea. The Sea of Galilee •gives out daily the amount of water it receives in from the natural source at the top of the Sea. Because of this constant flow of water in and out of the Sea; people live and thrive around this body of water that gives forth life's resources. While on the other hand, there is a body of water called the Dead Sea. The water that flows into this Sea comes from the Jordan River, but none of this water is ever released, it keeps what it takes in. This stagnant body of water is absorbed through evaporation only. No one lives around this Sea because of the putrid odor that reeks from this body of water, which possesses no life giving qualities. Page 23 Thundciy, May 10, 1979 j,,|. ., _, mMnaay, may 10, 1V79 'Sea h. You Here's o Recipe From a Loco! Homeffloker You can be like the Sea of Galilee in that which you take in daily from God's word will flow through you as the Holy Spirit works in your life. And people can live and thrive around you as you give God's living resource in His Son Jesus Christ. Or you can be like the Dead Sea. what you take in. you keep. Your life becomes stagnant and the love of God is not released from you. to others. As Christians it ii our choice, which body of water will we be for Jesus Christ. John 4:1-15 talks about the Samaritan Women at the well. Jesus declares..."Everyone who drinks this water will be thirsty again, but whoever drinks the water I give him will never thirst." John 4:13.14. Monnoloile Drop Cookies "Some time ago I tried a recipe that was printed in "Raye's Knick Knack Shelf column in the HENDERSON HOME NEWS,' Mrs. Rod Kemplevalt told us. "and I would be gratified if you would re-print it. I tried it once and liked it, so did my husband, family, and company but I lost the recipe." 3 cups sifted all purpose flour ^ tsp. baking soda about '/4 tsp. or pinch of salt (to taste) Vz cup butter (or margarine) 1 cup sugar 2 well beaten eggs ^4 cup orange marmalade I tsp. orange extract (mix with marmalade) Sift flour, add soda and salt-cream butteror margarine, add sugar and beaten eggs stir in flour mixture add marmalade and extract mix. Drop by tsps. on greased baking sheet about 2 inches apart. Bake at i350 degrees for about 12 minutes. Remove at once from pan. Makes about 4 dozen. Dee-li-cious; Dee-light ful; Dee love ly! Thankyou, Mrs. Kemplevalt, the cookie recipe was submitted by former Maine resident Leola Farrell. Prottssional Insunnco Planning LA PORTA INSURANCE AGENCY INC. ^i^^ ^ ^N^^/WW/WWWVWWWVW DOmm B FOREIGN REPAIR PH. 56613 DUAINE'S AUTOMOtFVE "SPECIAUST S IN • Dinne& BobNieison • AUTO AIR CONOmOING h ELECTRICAL SYSTBA • MAJOR ENGINE REPAIR h OVERHAUL • BRAKES • AUTOMATIC & STANDARD TR ANS. OVfflHAUL ^..^.^.!?-.!!*.^^."!^-|H^'>^i^''' You are invited to join us this Sunday to worship The Lord of Lords and King of Kings. All services are being held at the Mt, Moriah Lodge. 101 Temple Dr. directly across from the Black Mt. Golf Course, where Major turns into Country Club Dr. MORNING: 9:15 ^ong Service; 9:30 Swiday School; 10:30 Worship Service. .EVENING: 5:30 Youth Meeting; 7:00 Worship Service. COUPONBaBHBBB '"WAINTENANCE SPECIAL $095 TiM TniiMltsiM Experts Nitioawjii Wtrrairty 8 'I H plus fluid b.-......l| TRANSMISSION COOLER SPECIAL TWO MODELS AVAILABLE O Q. 3 O U RAPID COOL TRANS COOLER HADEN TRANS COOLER o o c o z i I 4995* I $4495* I S PRICE INCLUDES INSTALLATION • • CALL NOW FOR APPOINTMENT! \ OFFER eOOO APRIL 30TN TO RMT 19TH \ \ 2929 Las Vegas Blvd. North • I s 2 blocks south of Cheyenne Opaa: MN.-Fri. 8 M-6 pn • Sat. 8 M-NOH TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT CALL 642-3534 IICOUPON I I I I HI-WAY AUTO 101 E. LAKE MEAD, HENDERSON LAKE MEAD A BOULDER HWY. PHONE 5654)737 NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED "m TAKE URS ON CONSIGNMENT '// 72 BUICK RIVIERA Mce rie.n '69 CHIVROIET V, T. VAN vs. Auto. Radio. 73 CMC SPRINT sportv 73 BUICK CENTURY 2 Dr 73 PONTIAC UMANS2Dr.Nice 72 CADIIUC Sedan DeVille 75 PONTIAC FIREBIRD \uto Air Sharp 72 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX rir-an 76 CHEV *4 T. P.U.v 8. Auto Camper Shell... 74 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX, Clean 74 PlYMOUTH SEBRING $1895 72 CHEV. CAMARO, New Engine • •• • }^^^ 72 CADILLAC Coope DeVillt Nice „^ $1795 ....$1795 ,...$1095 ..$2695 ...$1895 .$1595 ...$1495 ...$3595 ,..$1495 ...$3695 .,.$2295 73 FORD RANCHERO $2299 73 PONTIAC i Uf real Transponalion $1299 '64 OIDSMOBIIE WAGON Nice $895 '74 JAVEUN sportv $2295 '72 PONTIAC FIREBIRD $2095 "FISHERMAN SPECIAL" '71 PLYMOUTH WAGON $1295 '61 CHEVROLET PICK UP vs. Automatic $895 71 FORD PICK UP Small vs. 3 Sp $1495 '66 DODGE Z Door. Hip. Uk .New! $1295 >^ WE BUY CARS & TRUCKS FOR CASH < WE CARRY CONTRACTS HI-WAYAUTO ioS %> MAGNIFICENT HOMES OVERLOOKING THE VEGAS VALLEY CUSTOM FEATURES INCLUDED IN PURCHASE PRICE: 0 Wall-to-wall carpeting throughout Forced Air Heat 0Sodded Front Yards 00.E. Electric Range Air Conditioning 0<'E. Dishwasher 0 Beautiful Hardwood Kitchen Cabinets Insulated Walls and Ceilings 0 Smoke Alarm 0 Garbage Disposal Spacious 2-Car Garage OT.V. Outlet 0 All Utilities Underground Vinyl Entry Stainless Steel Sinks 0 Sewer System p Ceramic Tile in Tub & Shower Street Lights Concrete Drives and Walks Moen Single Lever Valves HRBUIXS, DRAPES & THE ROOFS ARE STANDARD IN ALL HOMES FROM •54.900 fHA, VA AND CONVENTIONAL FINANCING 360 PALO VERDE DRIVE, ACROSS FROM BASIC HIGH SCHOOL HENDERSON Buil(in ol Qutllty Homu Phon9 564-35W J MiaMMMifafa ^ •^aa

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ir^ mijpn '„ v, siw xL HtndnM Hm N*w and lowldsr City Nwt 34 Thursday, May 10, 1979 Thundoy, May 10. 1979 of he be g' te IM M a to y Lewis Homes, Bou Ider City, Offers New Homes Dicofaton rtcomnMnd you kMp high lamp* on low ttbitt. SORENSEN'S SEWING I S09 Ave C Bouldr City. Nevd 293-3770 I SotM I S*fvM 411 Mkt I (Mtlt CENTER Singer Approved Dealer j Belvedere Sewing Machines | Royal Vacuum Cleaners j Drapes Mini Blinds Custommadej Needle Work • Latch Hook Rugs | Crewel Kits • Embroider)' Flow | FABRIC YAR* LATCH HOOK NOTIONS TRIMS STITCHERY Recreation galore, a quiet atmosphere, a wide choice of homes and floor plans. It's all at one new single family residence community Lewis Homes Boulder City. Situated on El Camino Way at Marita Drive, the community enjdy> a small town ambiance and is near schools, golf and Lake Mead recreation areas. Families choose from two distinctive lines of homes at Lewis Homes Boulder City. Priced from the mid $50,000s,(\inctional two, three and four bedroom homes are available that include family rooms, cultured marble pullmans, kitchen pantries and much more. The Prestige Series homes at Boulder City offers one and two • story stylings with up to 2,085 square feet of living area and two full baths plus a powder room. Priced from the high $60,000s. the Prestige Series residences feature family rooms, dining rooms, luminious ceilings and two or three car garages. But whichever floor plan a family buys, it's sure to find a long list of standard amenities including refrigerated airconditioning, forced air heating, luxuriious wall to wall carpeting, spacious wardrobes, decorator light fixtures and. in some homes, dramatic cathedral ceilinKs. cF'^ Kitchens at Lewis Homes-Boulder City include self cleaning ovens, dishwashers, large pantries, generous cabinet space, garbage disposals and water lines, for icemakers. To reach the communNevada Historical Society's This Was Nevada" Series POPULAR MODEL • Plan 329 at Uwii Homes • Bouldar City wins buyars' admiration for iti lorqt master badroom • sitting room onvngement. Its location, alongside a golf course, odds to its appaol. ity, take the Boulder Highway south from Las Vegas to Buchanan Blvd. in Boulder City. The Birth Of Hawthorne In the Spring of 1881. a Carson City newspaper said that the completion of the Carson & Colorado Railroad from Mound House to the first 100 milepost would direct attention to the rich country opened up by that line of rail, and, for the time. would concentrate its interests in Ha1horne. which bid fair for the future to be a bustling center of railroad, mining and teaming interests. The town was laid out on the plan of the city of Sacramento, and divided into ninety blocks, each containing twenty lots. fifty by ninety feet. The streets running east and west were to be designated First through Ninth Streets, commencing at the southern end of town at the junction of the railroad and the wagon road to Bodic with First Street, north to south. NEVADA FIRST • ,Fr FATS TOU MORE! @ WIT TAKE LESS? 0 DAILY INTEREST PASSBOOKS INTEREST PAID MY IN.OAVOUT I onipi.i.f) .mrl romponnrtcrtfjn.ntcflv ANY AMOUNT NO PCNALTV to. •Mhrt-.i*.)! ANNU AL YIELD 6.671% NO MVCRE WITHDRAWAL PENALTY HIGHEST EARNINGS in NEVADA! SIX MONTH 510,000 or MOHi Saving-Cerliticales Daily interest Plus BIG BIG extra BONUS R4IC ne\pimirort by un.U'rt Sliiii's Troismv B'liyonrtav jnclon iinci >S elli-cl'r !>->lollo* nq TIn.titlJv (1.1.ly and PAID MONTHLY oi nn m..i • S>it)|l'Cl IO,lv4il>b'l'W .. ^m ||7A Elfeclivelhru Miy IB, lb/8 NO SCVKRK WITHDKAWAL Pf NAITV S5,OOOorMORE6MONTH SAVINGS CeHTlFICATES INTEREST RAID VOU MONTHLY CrcJ< of m W KK CK^ iSOOOcx mofepaid manlMy t ptaced moMMeak tie-. Streets were eighty feet wide; the remainer were seventy feet in width. The town had an abundant supply of pure mountain water, brought from the railroad reservoir. which had a capacity of 2.000.000 gallons; located five miles west of Hawthorne. and fed by Little Squaw Creek, t stream of ample capacity. The water was brought into town through wooden pipes, banded with a continuous iron band, at a cost of $10,000. The water had a fall of 400 feet. A large freight depot was erected on the west side of F Street, between Fourth and Fifth Streets (still standing). The main line of the road was planned to be continued east of Sixth Street, from F to Candclaria and be yond. Arrangements ha4 already been made for the teaming interests of Bodie, Belleville, Candclaria, Grantsville, etc., to make Hawthorne an important depot of supplies. Frank Clugage, Superintendent of the United States Stage Company. was planning to build bams and offices immediately. As to the immodiate building up of the town there was no doubt. The management of the railroad company proposed to relax no efforts tending towards securing such success, and they were known to have unlimited energy and capital wi4h which to back up their extensive enterprises. News Iron Handersoii Pag* 25 Htndtnen Home Ntwt and lowider City News Councilnten Gary Price and Phil Stout were appointed by Mayor Lorin Williams to study the possibility of a 90 day moratorium on accepting any more .applications for construction of utility lines by the city. Because the city's small staff is being seiged with applications for new construction, City Manager Bob Campbell said that maintenance is suffering. He said the city staff is not capable of doing both. The two man committee will report to the council at its next meeting, with a recommendation. Council To Study Dropping Construction Of Utility Lines actions the In other council— Approved a zone change from R—R to R—1 for Richardson, Leydecker and Maestes, for 440 Ridgeway. —r-Denied a variance for Katherin Hare and John Pepera for 1944 Ward and 1943 Merze street in Pittman for a frontyard setback from 25 to 15 feet. —.-Approved a use permit to allow a security guard mobile residence for Carl Butler at 504 Sunset Road for one year.' —Approved a use permit to allow boat and mini storage warehousing at Pueblo and Cadiz Stfeet. Approved a tentative map for 24 lots for Richardson, Leydecker and Maestes. Approved a deferral of offsites on Sunset Road. Approved a bench franchise for the Jaycees. Set for public hearing a request for vacation and reversionary map for Walker, Sillitoe and Little..^ Authorized the city to call for bid.s for the painting of two Hahn fire trucks. —Approved the serving of beer as part of refreshments at the employees association party at Morrell Park June 9. —Approved the position of office engineer. Approved a resolution for funding for Pittman and Morrell Parks. —Sent to committee an ordinance amending the municipal code prohibiting the backing into of angle parking spaces by motor vehicles. Approved an auction at Coles on Boulder Highway May 12. Approved a resolution of the City relative to comprehensive planning assistance to Henderson. Albertsons ifs Not Thit uukr Show Mom You Care With Flowers Albtrttont iMturit A full Sl*ctlon Of Qraan And Fiowtrlng Plintt Rtady For QItt Qlvlng. To Live Next To The PorkI by Mary Staffw^ A six foot block wall, half a block wall, screen the fence to the street. These were soem of the suggestions made Monday night during the Council meeting regarding the home of Mrs. Elmer Buescher at 10 East Basic Road. Mrs. Buescher has had a grievance of long standing, she told the council, ever since the land owned by the city adjacent to city hall was converted to a park. In a letter to the council she stated that "at the beginning, water from jets lashed against the house door and windows. A protection was placed on the patio side which kept water from hitting the door." She_continued that tjie paint has hot lasted on the patio supports due to the continuing watering and seldom does a day pass that the car and car windows are not sprayed which has resulted in damage to the vinyl car top. The chrome on the car is spotted, water goes into the patio and the daily paper gets soaked. She also said that those using the park, playing bail and throwing frisbees, have created much havoc ... hitting the house and being rescued from the yard and rooftop Councilman Gary Price subbested a block wall should be put up since it is the city's problem. "A six foot high wall would alleviate some of the problem," he said. "But it would ruin any view of mine," replied Mrs. Buescher. The City Manager. Bob Campbell,said there was money in the contingency fund to take care of the problem, but if the project should go over $2500 it would have to go to bid. A lower wall was suggested but this was felt to be inadequate as water from the city's sprinklers could still go over a low wall. The council finally instructed the city to investigate the matter and come back at the next meeting with recommendations. Mrs. Buescher also said that her car top was damaged and wanted to know what the city would do about that. "If you feel it is damaged, file a claim against the city," she was informed. In dttother matter the council: •Approved an architectural review for Donald Marker for a mini storage and boat storage at the corner of Pueblo and Cadiz Streets with the stipulations that the sign be professionally done, the solid screen fence is to be erected when the residential area is built up and that the developer is to provide offsite improvements as required by public works department. Zee Bathroom Tissue Assorted or Accent J*nt Ut SolM Pak • St lit Tomatoes .oi Mclnt Hot Oe.l*tar Hamburger Relish lo-oi 45 FfHo Lay Savt 20 Potato Chips TiT^k UNeu tav* It* Laagna,„, 79* 75* *lb*>1(oni Detergent Ral C'm Topping ReddiWip ,.o. $119 49-01 I Albertions Hot Dog or Hamburger Buns M ^ Minute M*ld Frutt Punch. Orapaid* or Chilled Ades '^••""-'" 6*-or -Low Meat Prices ^Agar • Cook's OtlightJ^IO Lb. Avg. Whole Halves Lb. $1.89 Bonele^Ham Fro{enU.S. Inspecttd ^ > y PattI Jean Game Hens J*nl LM Sllctd Bscen i-i Swmt-ANStMi Butttr Ball Turkeys Hoy ftrmt or Cpunlry PrM* FrytrBfMsti .M>*..9' Pori(Sus*gt ii-oi Holly Fwim USOA OrM* A Best 0'Fryer • MtLoln T-BoneSt*k T Boot Loin Porterhoust Stesk u 98< L*2w u.2w -FamlyPAMeat |TRIM YOUR BUDGET EVEN MORE BY CT^(irUP~NdW Low Liquor Prices Ten High I Kamchatica ""ourbon/Pv Vodka 175Llr. Ancient Age Quart ,^Ron Rmv^^Schm Scotch ('\ Rum ^0£' Beer 1.75 Ur. BontlOM tool Top Round Stesk BttlLotnBenolMi TopSWolnSttsk... Fftth FIHtl ol Octan Perch Freth Flltt of Butterflsh froitn Fillet of Whiting Froitn Skin On Fillet of Perch 5 ^ ijiNigiV / 6-Pli 12-01 Ctni $148 1 Citt S$.92 >'MlCaMHll 'su^2^"seag Sa.e 9Tt Ceie JO oo 23 „, ^yiRfl K'*'De"*>e'* *> • *'• • Aiena Or ^ C JT [rams Gin or**^ Liebfraumllch O rfO S. Save 2€/lb. to 20c/lb. on meat Items with Albertsons Family Pak. We're passing packaging, labeling and wrapping savings along to you. Now your family can enjoy lots of different meat products at budget saving prices. •Ad Itofm Exduded 1* 99lx Save •1.CX) iiggix Save •2.00 -•259IXSave •3.00 -13.991). Save 4.00 -4.99b.Save CHECK OUR FAMUrMK SeCnON TOCMVI Variety Special ^fc^^^^ Crest Toothpiitp Includti 25e0 Ltbti Reg. Or Mini 7-02. Label 94 •leguli' or Unic*ntM S> 20t *^ My Wondra Lotion io^).*l^' R>9 O'r or Oily-SKtiOf f\f\ Dep Shampoo 12 o< 99^ JanniLer 2 SIX Btlgr t\t\ PantyHo8e'""''"""E. 99* Frozen Foods jlrange Juice ''^' Janet Lee 12-01 69 Cool Whip M. 59* GrnGlinl ^S' CAr Vegetables ^ loot 09* Smanton Cliiclin Tliight (nd COCO Drumsticks iw.*2*'' Local arm Fresh Product Strawberries Quart Bskt 77 Frtsn Green Crisp Solid Head eberg ettuce n^ Low Delicatessen Prices '^ AlBERTSONS 2yiOZPI(j. Chipped Meats ^0^ zU^hini 390 |^;;i;;;„,.s 390 Hanging Pothos, WhNt Or Green Nephttiytis or Foliage Plants "•^"••" I OvervAeadv or Buttermik 7 H BaHard Bisc uits is oz. • JWctlee34lL. Canned Ham *ti9 '6 I a —' \(,i|^-iilSP^ specials rr 79* MONTEREY Jack Cheese Cache Valey 16 A IB Random Weight M Jones Sfced Braunschwie ger ^^ 89' *rrl. sirU >Htt U fMoToL^rt <(HklLS I Net Avtiitbi* AH Stortt Open 24 hours • We gladly accept USOA Food Stamp Coupons • Money Orders available up to S300 lust SOc Express checkout stands always open Pncei Effective May 10-16. 1*79 Albensons MmCKCM Our low prices liring you in, Our people bring you liack.

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ir^ mijpn '„ v, siw xL HtndnM Hm N*w and lowldsr City Nwt 34 Thursday, May 10, 1979 Thundoy, May 10. 1979 of he be g' te IM M a to y Lewis Homes, Bou Ider City, Offers New Homes Dicofaton rtcomnMnd you kMp high lamp* on low ttbitt. SORENSEN'S SEWING I S09 Ave C Bouldr City. Nevd 293-3770 I SotM I S*fvM 411 Mkt I (Mtlt CENTER Singer Approved Dealer j Belvedere Sewing Machines | Royal Vacuum Cleaners j Drapes Mini Blinds Custommadej Needle Work • Latch Hook Rugs | Crewel Kits • Embroider)' Flow | FABRIC YAR* LATCH HOOK NOTIONS TRIMS STITCHERY Recreation galore, a quiet atmosphere, a wide choice of homes and floor plans. It's all at one new single family residence community Lewis Homes Boulder City. Situated on El Camino Way at Marita Drive, the community enjdy> a small town ambiance and is near schools, golf and Lake Mead recreation areas. Families choose from two distinctive lines of homes at Lewis Homes Boulder City. Priced from the mid $50,000s,(\inctional two, three and four bedroom homes are available that include family rooms, cultured marble pullmans, kitchen pantries and much more. The Prestige Series homes at Boulder City offers one and two • story stylings with up to 2,085 square feet of living area and two full baths plus a powder room. Priced from the high $60,000s. the Prestige Series residences feature family rooms, dining rooms, luminious ceilings and two or three car garages. But whichever floor plan a family buys, it's sure to find a long list of standard amenities including refrigerated airconditioning, forced air heating, luxuriious wall to wall carpeting, spacious wardrobes, decorator light fixtures and. in some homes, dramatic cathedral ceilinKs. cF'^ Kitchens at Lewis Homes-Boulder City include self cleaning ovens, dishwashers, large pantries, generous cabinet space, garbage disposals and water lines, for icemakers. To reach the communNevada Historical Society's This Was Nevada" Series POPULAR MODEL • Plan 329 at Uwii Homes • Bouldar City wins buyars' admiration for iti lorqt master badroom • sitting room onvngement. Its location, alongside a golf course, odds to its appaol. ity, take the Boulder Highway south from Las Vegas to Buchanan Blvd. in Boulder City. The Birth Of Hawthorne In the Spring of 1881. a Carson City newspaper said that the completion of the Carson & Colorado Railroad from Mound House to the first 100 milepost would direct attention to the rich country opened up by that line of rail, and, for the time. would concentrate its interests in Ha1horne. which bid fair for the future to be a bustling center of railroad, mining and teaming interests. The town was laid out on the plan of the city of Sacramento, and divided into ninety blocks, each containing twenty lots. fifty by ninety feet. The streets running east and west were to be designated First through Ninth Streets, commencing at the southern end of town at the junction of the railroad and the wagon road to Bodic with First Street, north to south. NEVADA FIRST • ,Fr FATS TOU MORE! @ WIT TAKE LESS? 0 DAILY INTEREST PASSBOOKS INTEREST PAID MY IN.OAVOUT I onipi.i.f) .mrl romponnrtcrtfjn.ntcflv ANY AMOUNT NO PCNALTV to. •Mhrt-.i*.)! ANNU AL YIELD 6.671% NO MVCRE WITHDRAWAL PENALTY HIGHEST EARNINGS in NEVADA! SIX MONTH 510,000 or MOHi Saving-Cerliticales Daily interest Plus BIG BIG extra BONUS R4IC ne\pimirort by un.U'rt Sliiii's Troismv B'liyonrtav jnclon iinci >S elli-cl'r !>->lollo* nq TIn.titlJv (1.1.ly and PAID MONTHLY oi nn m..i • S>it)|l'Cl IO,lv4il>b'l'W .. ^m ||7A Elfeclivelhru Miy IB, lb/8 NO SCVKRK WITHDKAWAL Pf NAITV S5,OOOorMORE6MONTH SAVINGS CeHTlFICATES INTEREST RAID VOU MONTHLY CrcJ< of m W KK CK^ iSOOOcx mofepaid manlMy t ptaced moMMeak tie-. Streets were eighty feet wide; the remainer were seventy feet in width. The town had an abundant supply of pure mountain water, brought from the railroad reservoir. which had a capacity of 2.000.000 gallons; located five miles west of Hawthorne. and fed by Little Squaw Creek, t stream of ample capacity. The water was brought into town through wooden pipes, banded with a continuous iron band, at a cost of $10,000. The water had a fall of 400 feet. A large freight depot was erected on the west side of F Street, between Fourth and Fifth Streets (still standing). The main line of the road was planned to be continued east of Sixth Street, from F to Candclaria and be yond. Arrangements ha4 already been made for the teaming interests of Bodie, Belleville, Candclaria, Grantsville, etc., to make Hawthorne an important depot of supplies. Frank Clugage, Superintendent of the United States Stage Company. was planning to build bams and offices immediately. As to the immodiate building up of the town there was no doubt. The management of the railroad company proposed to relax no efforts tending towards securing such success, and they were known to have unlimited energy and capital wi4h which to back up their extensive enterprises. News Iron Handersoii Pag* 25 Htndtnen Home Ntwt and lowider City News Councilnten Gary Price and Phil Stout were appointed by Mayor Lorin Williams to study the possibility of a 90 day moratorium on accepting any more .applications for construction of utility lines by the city. Because the city's small staff is being seiged with applications for new construction, City Manager Bob Campbell said that maintenance is suffering. He said the city staff is not capable of doing both. The two man committee will report to the council at its next meeting, with a recommendation. Council To Study Dropping Construction Of Utility Lines actions the In other council— Approved a zone change from R—R to R—1 for Richardson, Leydecker and Maestes, for 440 Ridgeway. —r-Denied a variance for Katherin Hare and John Pepera for 1944 Ward and 1943 Merze street in Pittman for a frontyard setback from 25 to 15 feet. —.-Approved a use permit to allow a security guard mobile residence for Carl Butler at 504 Sunset Road for one year.' —Approved a use permit to allow boat and mini storage warehousing at Pueblo and Cadiz Stfeet. Approved a tentative map for 24 lots for Richardson, Leydecker and Maestes. Approved a deferral of offsites on Sunset Road. Approved a bench franchise for the Jaycees. Set for public hearing a request for vacation and reversionary map for Walker, Sillitoe and Little..^ Authorized the city to call for bid.s for the painting of two Hahn fire trucks. —Approved the serving of beer as part of refreshments at the employees association party at Morrell Park June 9. —Approved the position of office engineer. Approved a resolution for funding for Pittman and Morrell Parks. —Sent to committee an ordinance amending the municipal code prohibiting the backing into of angle parking spaces by motor vehicles. Approved an auction at Coles on Boulder Highway May 12. Approved a resolution of the City relative to comprehensive planning assistance to Henderson. Albertsons ifs Not Thit uukr Show Mom You Care With Flowers Albtrttont iMturit A full Sl*ctlon Of Qraan And Fiowtrlng Plintt Rtady For QItt Qlvlng. To Live Next To The PorkI by Mary Staffw^ A six foot block wall, half a block wall, screen the fence to the street. These were soem of the suggestions made Monday night during the Council meeting regarding the home of Mrs. Elmer Buescher at 10 East Basic Road. Mrs. Buescher has had a grievance of long standing, she told the council, ever since the land owned by the city adjacent to city hall was converted to a park. In a letter to the council she stated that "at the beginning, water from jets lashed against the house door and windows. A protection was placed on the patio side which kept water from hitting the door." She_continued that tjie paint has hot lasted on the patio supports due to the continuing watering and seldom does a day pass that the car and car windows are not sprayed which has resulted in damage to the vinyl car top. The chrome on the car is spotted, water goes into the patio and the daily paper gets soaked. She also said that those using the park, playing bail and throwing frisbees, have created much havoc ... hitting the house and being rescued from the yard and rooftop Councilman Gary Price subbested a block wall should be put up since it is the city's problem. "A six foot high wall would alleviate some of the problem," he said. "But it would ruin any view of mine," replied Mrs. Buescher. The City Manager. Bob Campbell,said there was money in the contingency fund to take care of the problem, but if the project should go over $2500 it would have to go to bid. A lower wall was suggested but this was felt to be inadequate as water from the city's sprinklers could still go over a low wall. The council finally instructed the city to investigate the matter and come back at the next meeting with recommendations. Mrs. Buescher also said that her car top was damaged and wanted to know what the city would do about that. "If you feel it is damaged, file a claim against the city," she was informed. In dttother matter the council: •Approved an architectural review for Donald Marker for a mini storage and boat storage at the corner of Pueblo and Cadiz Streets with the stipulations that the sign be professionally done, the solid screen fence is to be erected when the residential area is built up and that the developer is to provide offsite improvements as required by public works department. Zee Bathroom Tissue Assorted or Accent J*nt Ut SolM Pak • St lit Tomatoes .oi Mclnt Hot Oe.l*tar Hamburger Relish lo-oi 45 FfHo Lay Savt 20 Potato Chips TiT^k UNeu tav* It* Laagna,„, 79* 75* *lb*>1(oni Detergent Ral C'm Topping ReddiWip ,.o. $119 49-01 I Albertions Hot Dog or Hamburger Buns M ^ Minute M*ld Frutt Punch. Orapaid* or Chilled Ades '^••""-'" 6*-or -Low Meat Prices ^Agar • Cook's OtlightJ^IO Lb. Avg. 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^jr^n'-'.Ti-''.*. Thundoy, CnON PEOPLE :RON AL SMITH Civil Engineer for the Unitec States .Air Force at Nellis Air Force Base„takes a few iminutes out for the "Action People' interview Mr ^""'h congenial, fine-appearing, and highly in formed and well versed in his type of work assumed the position at Nellis on May 1st, 1978. He has beeff a civil employee of the US Government for a fewyears and his work has taken him to many exciting fJlaces. "I'm working in design, analysis for civil engineering projects, street design, parking lots desigii and utility hook-ups as well as many other as pecjs of the job," Ronal pointed out. His work 5.chJdule is sound with a Monday through Friday weA; hours-7 a.m. untiUpm daily. Ronal, his wife (Mafielyn). and family moved to Boulder City and find their lives most fulfilled in the "green oasis" city. Prior to the employment at .Nellis. Mr. Smith "viTorked for th^ Government for six years as a civil engineer at the Miramar Naval .Air Station (north of San.Diego) California. His work there took him into the realms of maintenance engineering for the runwa>^ water and utility hook-up design, and other forris of civil engineering. oiher work experience by the youthful engineer was}, Three years of employment with a Civil Engineering Consulting Firm in Del Mar, California whejfe he worked on Road and Highway Design; worked with the architects and designed the site work around the buildings, roads, lots, water, and utilities; One and one-half years with NorthropVentura at Newbury Park, California working in aircfart structural analysis; Lockheed Aircraft in Burbank,California aircraft structural analysis • spetjlalizing on helicopters. His first job was located at ^d'wards Air Force Base (near Lancaster) CalJFornia where his work as Civil Engineer for thrtfe and one-half years included design and analysis of the major rocket test sleds. Ronal was deeply involved in the beginning of the rocket sled program. Born in St. Louis. Missouri, young Ronal attended eleiientary school there. He was of a strong Baptist bacEground and from artistic parents. His father, Rot^l Smith. Sr., was a commercial artist as is his brother, Kenneth Smith, resident of Temple City, California. His sister. ;arolynfMrs. Bill Hunt)also resijjes in California Topics for Taxpayers By EmMt L. NewtM Much is made of the federal dollars granted to Nevada; but this year and for several years, Nevadans have been losers when the amounts rtceived are compared with the taxes paid to support those grants. Tax Foundation, in cooperation with the Nevada Taxpayers Association and other organizations^, has developed a special allocation formula to distribute the federal tax burden by state. Used (and refined) during the past 16 years. The family migrated to California in I9S0 where Ronal attended and graduated from San Fernando High School, He went on to attend UCLA for four years where he received the Bachelor of Science degree f^om their College of Engineering, From there it was on to his first employment in the Field of Civil Engineering at Edwards Air Force Base. Ronal led the Baptist Youth of the local church but was indoctrinated into the Mormon faith after examining the doctrines of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. His thorough upbringing brought Ronal to serve a two and one-half year mission with the LDS Church in Brazil where he learned to speak the Portugese tongue and toured the southern three states; Parana. Santa Catarina. and Rio Grande do Sul. "I will always remember this part of my life as a lasting experience." Ron mentioned. Upon return from the mission. Ron worked at Lockheed and met his "future" through his roommate who also was a returned missionary from another area. Madelyn Cripps became "Mrs. Smith" and the union has produced six beautiful children; Craig Age 13 (winner of recent BC Jr. High spellingbee); Laura Age 10; Sharyn Age 8; Alan Age 6; Lynda •Age 4. and Curtis Age 7 months. Madelyn holds the Bachelor of Arts degree from California State College Northridge. California. Sports and Hobbies include; Basketball (Active and Spectator); Baseball; Camping: Backpacking (through the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range); .Astronomy; and Photography (which Ron has studied and practiced extensively for 20 years with a complete dark room in his home). He hopes to make Photography an avocation. Clubs and organizations are: American Society of Civil Engineers; Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity; The Sierra Club (former member); Elder at the Church of JeMis-Christ Latter Day Saints Second Ward • Boulder City. Ronal Smith is a shining example of the "good" today's society offers. He is personable, knowledgeable, religious, and a good family man. He spends some of his evenings studying the stars and planets with his son, Craig, peering through a giant telescope he designed and made with an 8 inch diameter mirror. Philosophy includes: "I hope I'm a better person today than 1 was yesterday; and a better individual this year than I was last year. Strive for the best within you, and when the going gets tough hang in there until the clouds go away!" YouNGem MOVING AND STORAGE CO. AGBVTS R)R GUAM. VAN UNES • LOCAL MOVES • STORAGE • OUT-OFSTATE MOVES VUMIHUUfP MOVES MTO NEVADA WHOr ITS TOUR MOVE (TS OURS TOOl CAa 4S7-3060 1624 MUJAV6 RO., LAS VEGAS the formula is conustent with the unified official budget concept. Overall, Nevada pays S1.(M for every dollar it receives. But that comparison does not actually indicate the entire cost which the state and local governments incur for obtaining federal grants. The comparisons do not iake into account the costs of administering the programs, nor the amounts of matching funds the state and local governments must make available out of their own resources in order to qualify as recipients. Nor do the comparisons consider the over-design and inflated costs mandated as conditions of some federal grants. All the calculations exclude "shared revenues", (for example, payments in lieu of taxes on federal lands) but include "general revenue sharing" grants. Thus, Nevada is calculated to be burdened by .36%' of the total tax harden and in fiscal-1978 paid out $1.04 for each dollar received. If a Nevadao looks at general revenue aharing only, be finds that every dollar of general revenue sharing cost Nevadans SI.45, which burden is second only to CooncctiCHt. IfaNavadanlooluatall federal gnmU-in-aid to state and local govemHtndarMn Hm Nawi and lawidar Oty Nwt stringa that kea^ Nevada ID bofldaget and too nauiy atate bnreancrats look • poa federal .money as "free". The fact*, are unimportant to them. But one fact remains: "There is no such thing as a free lunch." • mta [tachidlng general iwcBot aharing, granla, aBti-reccssloi fiacal aaaistance] the "hiaa'* ia even nore atartHng, becsaae Nevada |aya I1.S2 far every dollar it gcta bflck. Nevada recovert aiocfa of its loea when the "tmat fud" acceuBta are taken Into conakieratioa. Thoae inchnic aecial aecwity, Bnempktyneot conpensa* tkw taxes, federal user charges used to fund the highways and ahivayt Irtst fands. Thoae hmda have redoced the bnbalaace over the paat few years, for It was only a few years ago that the figure of$1.04Inl978waaS1.14. h ian't going to happen, bat Nevada wouM be better off collecting and spending our own in money for the purposes Nevadana thought most urgent. The reason it ian't going to happen is twopronged: the federal bureaucracy is not alHHit to releaae (he federal porseHendefjon Home Newt and Boulder City News Frank Qolch, whom nuny conildtr th* griattitwmtltr in modem timM^i hild thi racord for thi quiclttit fall-pinning m\ oppontnt in 6 1/4 Mcondi. St. Rose de Lima Hospital ^ANNUAL PATIO SAlEl MJK. Ittmi •Hotpitol Ittms Denoted Items Accepted (No Clothing) Has bn R>Schtduled for June 9thl .FOUR SEASONS CLEANERS I is ^ PSYCHIC Many ol HIS Clieflts Call Him • The World's GfMtesi Psychic" Now, find out for yourself! 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PaulUult There is little more disturbing to an Individual'i social or private equilibrium than to be the target of criminal activity. l>e if violent persona! assault or an impersonal attack on your property. Not only is it simply a frightening and unsettling experience emotionally, but it frequently leaves the victim uncertain of his rights, at the mercy of others and adrift in an oft-times confusing sea of legal flotsam and jetsam. I have introduced legislation in Washington which should provide meaningful improvements in the way criminal justice functions for victims and witnesses of crime, improvements which should affect you should you ever be a victim or a witness. The basic purpose is to assure that the rights of victims and witnesses are as zealously protected and aggressively pursued as •re the judicially established rights of the accused. My legislation is in the form of amendments to the Justice Systems Improvement Act of J979, which in effect rcauthorizes the work of the Law Enforcement Assistajicc Administration. The LEAA has -been criticized on a number of grounds in recent years, many of them wellfounded. Some of its programs of aid to local agencies have been misguided or ill-conceived. ffowevcr. the agency's effort at furthering programs of aid and comfort for crime witnesses and victims have been rightly regarded as generally beneficial and without fault. My amendments are designed to establish these programs as integral parts of the lEAA operation, incorporating the need for major emphasis and funding as a basic tenet of the depart^ ment. When hearings were held on the proposals earlier this year, the Judiciary Committee heard from a broad -spectrum of citizens concerns with the rights of witnesses and victims. A common complaint was that the victims of crimes are often "left in limbo" by the prosecuting authorities, who fail to take their rights, or simply their feelings.into consideration. For example, plee bargaining is a common practice in today's courtrooms. But how often is the victim of the crime consulted when such a step is taken? Similarly, victims of crimes often don't know what their legal rights are. Vegas Valley Christian Church Honors Motheis Pastor Joel Rivers will be speaking at the 10a.m. Worship Service on the topic of "And He Called His Masterpiece, Mother", and at the 7 p.m. Fellowship Hour on the topic "A New Cult!" PaUy Louk will be at the piano and Susan Lesperance at the organ. A special duet will be singing Presidential Bible School begins at 9 a.m. with a class for every age followed by Children's Church at 10-a.m. The Special Elective Oasscson "The Measure of a Man/Woman "-continue at the 6 p.m. hour. Vegas Valley Christian Church is located half-way between Tropicana and Russell Road on Mountain Vista, near Vo-Tech High School, in South-East Las Scholars Program There arc eight Nevada students among the approximately 1.000 finalists chosen from more than three milKon high Khool graduating seniors in the I'^79 Presidential Scholars Program. The Commission on Presidential Scholars in Washington. D.C. will be meeting shortly to face the complex task of reviewing evidence of additional qualities, capabilities, and outaunding accomplishments that supplement scholarship. They will then have to make the final and difficult decision of choosing the 121 Presidential Scholars for 1979. The Scholars will be notified sometime in early May. Nevada finalists are, Dennis A. Mills. • and Geoffrey P. Kulik from Churchill County High School in Fallon; Peter Kaminski, Edward Reed High School in Sparks: Jonathan E. Visick, and Rebecca F. Ha4g. Boulder City High School; Lynne K. Jones. Reno High School: and Jill R. Switzer, Carson High School. Superintendent of Public Instruction. Ted Sanders, has sent a letter to each of the eight finalists from Nevada offering his personal congratulations. "To have been chosen from more than three million high school graduating seniors, certainly speaks for itself." Vegas, serving the communities of Boulder City. Henderion. and. Las Vegas for over ]4 years. All are welcome to come and worship with this independent Christian Church cooperating with the North American Christian Convention. A new building fund' drive was begun a-ehortj time ago with the expecta-i tion of being able to build I new sanctuary in the! very near future. Thoae who wish tohelp in this j endeavor should direct' their gifts to: Vegas Valley I Christian Church. P.O. Box 12978. Us Vegas. 89120. marked "Building | Fond". My legislation will assure that the victims ai involved in all aspects of prosecutions, from beginning to end. goals of the amendments, of course. With the aid of federal funds, more and more local law agencies will be able to establish comprehensive programs, ranging from such simple things as transportation for victims and witnesses to court session to the more comples areas of counseling for victims of sex crimes. Specifically not authorized are direct financial payments to victims of crimes, a program underway in a number of states. Since the LEAA sUrted its active support of victim and witness programs a few years ago. special projects have been funded in some 175 prosecutors' offices across the country. As well, the National District Attorneys Association has established some specialized units which assist victims and witnesses in many different wavs. Approval of the programs has been virtually unanimous. Programs benefitting victims and witnesses are politically unique in that they are opposed by virtually no one. They emphasize • your rights without deemphasizing the rights of criminal defendants, opening the door to comforuble support by both liberals and conservatives. The need for such programs was expressed very poignantly in our Washington hearings by Harl Haas, the district attorney of Portlandr Oregon, when he noted: "In the quiet of the evening, those of us in public office must pause and wonder how in the world we can possibly explain support for a criminal justice system that each year marks millions of dollars for the violent, the radical and the ruthless predators of our country. "It takes some pondering to understand how city councils, county commissioners, legislatures and Congress c*n tax the public and earmark those dollars for the erimintl element, ind yet for the most part provide nothing except a callous disregard for the needs of the victims." 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^jr^n'-'.Ti-''.*. Thundoy, CnON PEOPLE :RON AL SMITH Civil Engineer for the Unitec States .Air Force at Nellis Air Force Base„takes a few iminutes out for the "Action People' interview Mr ^""'h congenial, fine-appearing, and highly in formed and well versed in his type of work assumed the position at Nellis on May 1st, 1978. He has beeff a civil employee of the US Government for a fewyears and his work has taken him to many exciting fJlaces. "I'm working in design, analysis for civil engineering projects, street design, parking lots desigii and utility hook-ups as well as many other as pecjs of the job," Ronal pointed out. His work 5.chJdule is sound with a Monday through Friday weA; hours-7 a.m. untiUpm daily. Ronal, his wife (Mafielyn). and family moved to Boulder City and find their lives most fulfilled in the "green oasis" city. Prior to the employment at .Nellis. Mr. Smith "viTorked for th^ Government for six years as a civil engineer at the Miramar Naval .Air Station (north of San.Diego) California. His work there took him into the realms of maintenance engineering for the runwa>^ water and utility hook-up design, and other forris of civil engineering. oiher work experience by the youthful engineer was}, Three years of employment with a Civil Engineering Consulting Firm in Del Mar, California whejfe he worked on Road and Highway Design; worked with the architects and designed the site work around the buildings, roads, lots, water, and utilities; One and one-half years with NorthropVentura at Newbury Park, California working in aircfart structural analysis; Lockheed Aircraft in Burbank,California aircraft structural analysis • spetjlalizing on helicopters. His first job was located at ^d'wards Air Force Base (near Lancaster) CalJFornia where his work as Civil Engineer for thrtfe and one-half years included design and analysis of the major rocket test sleds. Ronal was deeply involved in the beginning of the rocket sled program. Born in St. Louis. Missouri, young Ronal attended eleiientary school there. He was of a strong Baptist bacEground and from artistic parents. His father, Rot^l Smith. Sr., was a commercial artist as is his brother, Kenneth Smith, resident of Temple City, California. His sister. ;arolynfMrs. Bill Hunt)also resijjes in California Topics for Taxpayers By EmMt L. NewtM Much is made of the federal dollars granted to Nevada; but this year and for several years, Nevadans have been losers when the amounts rtceived are compared with the taxes paid to support those grants. Tax Foundation, in cooperation with the Nevada Taxpayers Association and other organizations^, has developed a special allocation formula to distribute the federal tax burden by state. Used (and refined) during the past 16 years. The family migrated to California in I9S0 where Ronal attended and graduated from San Fernando High School, He went on to attend UCLA for four years where he received the Bachelor of Science degree f^om their College of Engineering, From there it was on to his first employment in the Field of Civil Engineering at Edwards Air Force Base. Ronal led the Baptist Youth of the local church but was indoctrinated into the Mormon faith after examining the doctrines of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. His thorough upbringing brought Ronal to serve a two and one-half year mission with the LDS Church in Brazil where he learned to speak the Portugese tongue and toured the southern three states; Parana. Santa Catarina. and Rio Grande do Sul. "I will always remember this part of my life as a lasting experience." Ron mentioned. Upon return from the mission. Ron worked at Lockheed and met his "future" through his roommate who also was a returned missionary from another area. Madelyn Cripps became "Mrs. Smith" and the union has produced six beautiful children; Craig Age 13 (winner of recent BC Jr. High spellingbee); Laura Age 10; Sharyn Age 8; Alan Age 6; Lynda •Age 4. and Curtis Age 7 months. Madelyn holds the Bachelor of Arts degree from California State College Northridge. California. Sports and Hobbies include; Basketball (Active and Spectator); Baseball; Camping: Backpacking (through the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range); .Astronomy; and Photography (which Ron has studied and practiced extensively for 20 years with a complete dark room in his home). He hopes to make Photography an avocation. Clubs and organizations are: American Society of Civil Engineers; Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity; The Sierra Club (former member); Elder at the Church of JeMis-Christ Latter Day Saints Second Ward • Boulder City. Ronal Smith is a shining example of the "good" today's society offers. He is personable, knowledgeable, religious, and a good family man. He spends some of his evenings studying the stars and planets with his son, Craig, peering through a giant telescope he designed and made with an 8 inch diameter mirror. Philosophy includes: "I hope I'm a better person today than 1 was yesterday; and a better individual this year than I was last year. Strive for the best within you, and when the going gets tough hang in there until the clouds go away!" YouNGem MOVING AND STORAGE CO. AGBVTS R)R GUAM. VAN UNES • LOCAL MOVES • STORAGE • OUT-OFSTATE MOVES VUMIHUUfP MOVES MTO NEVADA WHOr ITS TOUR MOVE (TS OURS TOOl CAa 4S7-3060 1624 MUJAV6 RO., LAS VEGAS the formula is conustent with the unified official budget concept. Overall, Nevada pays S1.(M for every dollar it receives. But that comparison does not actually indicate the entire cost which the state and local governments incur for obtaining federal grants. The comparisons do not iake into account the costs of administering the programs, nor the amounts of matching funds the state and local governments must make available out of their own resources in order to qualify as recipients. Nor do the comparisons consider the over-design and inflated costs mandated as conditions of some federal grants. All the calculations exclude "shared revenues", (for example, payments in lieu of taxes on federal lands) but include "general revenue sharing" grants. Thus, Nevada is calculated to be burdened by .36%' of the total tax harden and in fiscal-1978 paid out $1.04 for each dollar received. If a Nevadao looks at general revenue aharing only, be finds that every dollar of general revenue sharing cost Nevadans SI.45, which burden is second only to CooncctiCHt. IfaNavadanlooluatall federal gnmU-in-aid to state and local govemHtndarMn Hm Nawi and lawidar Oty Nwt stringa that kea^ Nevada ID bofldaget and too nauiy atate bnreancrats look • poa federal .money as "free". The fact*, are unimportant to them. But one fact remains: "There is no such thing as a free lunch." • mta [tachidlng general iwcBot aharing, granla, aBti-reccssloi fiacal aaaistance] the "hiaa'* ia even nore atartHng, becsaae Nevada |aya I1.S2 far every dollar it gcta bflck. Nevada recovert aiocfa of its loea when the "tmat fud" acceuBta are taken Into conakieratioa. Thoae inchnic aecial aecwity, Bnempktyneot conpensa* tkw taxes, federal user charges used to fund the highways and ahivayt Irtst fands. Thoae hmda have redoced the bnbalaace over the paat few years, for It was only a few years ago that the figure of$1.04Inl978waaS1.14. h ian't going to happen, bat Nevada wouM be better off collecting and spending our own in money for the purposes Nevadana thought most urgent. The reason it ian't going to happen is twopronged: the federal bureaucracy is not alHHit to releaae (he federal porseHendefjon Home Newt and Boulder City News Frank Qolch, whom nuny conildtr th* griattitwmtltr in modem timM^i hild thi racord for thi quiclttit fall-pinning m\ oppontnt in 6 1/4 Mcondi. St. Rose de Lima Hospital ^ANNUAL PATIO SAlEl MJK. Ittmi •Hotpitol Ittms Denoted Items Accepted (No Clothing) Has bn R>Schtduled for June 9thl .FOUR SEASONS CLEANERS I is ^ PSYCHIC Many ol HIS Clieflts Call Him • The World's GfMtesi Psychic" Now, find out for yourself! Can btwitch (ntesmerize) love ones, ottiers lo your bxMing MMHMlM. • Ittemanwho things hapluestt: JAML makes pen Write Reau >AVIO GUAROiNQ • VtfM, NV. •* 103 (1.7) i SPECIAL 3 Suits DRYCLEANED FOR THE PRKE OF 2 (NO SUEDE OR LEATHER) Also 2 SHIRTS LAUNDERED FOR 50' (GOOD THRU MUr 3IST) Sanilone. (GOOD ONIY WITH MENTION OF AD WHEN PUCING ORDER) Hours: 7-6 Morvfti IMSat lOIAtlanUe Hdn. (35 Years Experience) L Phone 565-^541^^ DINHSRATOUR PLACC TONIGHT! Sunday Thru Thursday EARLY BIRD SPECIALS From 5-7KI0 PM Choice of 3 Entrees: ISLAND MAHI MAHI CHICKEN CREPES TOP SIRLOIN PlUi... SALAD BAR and COCONUT SNOWBALL for dMMrt 4.50 HAPPY HOUR 5-6;00 NIGHTLY FROZEN MARGARITAS STRAWBERRY DAIQUARY 75 739-1100 U$ rtgmi Dimt-Out" Hughes Aviation Services 6005 LM V0M Blvd. South M*aM^tfaM. jctlm.' PefeSr Laxaft Tkwn^oy, Mv 10, IfTf bySen. PaulUult There is little more disturbing to an Individual'i social or private equilibrium than to be the target of criminal activity. l>e if violent persona! assault or an impersonal attack on your property. Not only is it simply a frightening and unsettling experience emotionally, but it frequently leaves the victim uncertain of his rights, at the mercy of others and adrift in an oft-times confusing sea of legal flotsam and jetsam. I have introduced legislation in Washington which should provide meaningful improvements in the way criminal justice functions for victims and witnesses of crime, improvements which should affect you should you ever be a victim or a witness. The basic purpose is to assure that the rights of victims and witnesses are as zealously protected and aggressively pursued as •re the judicially established rights of the accused. My legislation is in the form of amendments to the Justice Systems Improvement Act of J979, which in effect rcauthorizes the work of the Law Enforcement Assistajicc Administration. The LEAA has -been criticized on a number of grounds in recent years, many of them wellfounded. Some of its programs of aid to local agencies have been misguided or ill-conceived. ffowevcr. the agency's effort at furthering programs of aid and comfort for crime witnesses and victims have been rightly regarded as generally beneficial and without fault. My amendments are designed to establish these programs as integral parts of the lEAA operation, incorporating the need for major emphasis and funding as a basic tenet of the depart^ ment. When hearings were held on the proposals earlier this year, the Judiciary Committee heard from a broad -spectrum of citizens concerns with the rights of witnesses and victims. A common complaint was that the victims of crimes are often "left in limbo" by the prosecuting authorities, who fail to take their rights, or simply their feelings.into consideration. For example, plee bargaining is a common practice in today's courtrooms. But how often is the victim of the crime consulted when such a step is taken? Similarly, victims of crimes often don't know what their legal rights are. Vegas Valley Christian Church Honors Motheis Pastor Joel Rivers will be speaking at the 10a.m. Worship Service on the topic of "And He Called His Masterpiece, Mother", and at the 7 p.m. Fellowship Hour on the topic "A New Cult!" PaUy Louk will be at the piano and Susan Lesperance at the organ. A special duet will be singing Presidential Bible School begins at 9 a.m. with a class for every age followed by Children's Church at 10-a.m. The Special Elective Oasscson "The Measure of a Man/Woman "-continue at the 6 p.m. hour. Vegas Valley Christian Church is located half-way between Tropicana and Russell Road on Mountain Vista, near Vo-Tech High School, in South-East Las Scholars Program There arc eight Nevada students among the approximately 1.000 finalists chosen from more than three milKon high Khool graduating seniors in the I'^79 Presidential Scholars Program. The Commission on Presidential Scholars in Washington. D.C. will be meeting shortly to face the complex task of reviewing evidence of additional qualities, capabilities, and outaunding accomplishments that supplement scholarship. They will then have to make the final and difficult decision of choosing the 121 Presidential Scholars for 1979. The Scholars will be notified sometime in early May. Nevada finalists are, Dennis A. Mills. • and Geoffrey P. Kulik from Churchill County High School in Fallon; Peter Kaminski, Edward Reed High School in Sparks: Jonathan E. Visick, and Rebecca F. Ha4g. Boulder City High School; Lynne K. Jones. Reno High School: and Jill R. Switzer, Carson High School. Superintendent of Public Instruction. Ted Sanders, has sent a letter to each of the eight finalists from Nevada offering his personal congratulations. "To have been chosen from more than three million high school graduating seniors, certainly speaks for itself." Vegas, serving the communities of Boulder City. Henderion. and. Las Vegas for over ]4 years. All are welcome to come and worship with this independent Christian Church cooperating with the North American Christian Convention. A new building fund' drive was begun a-ehortj time ago with the expecta-i tion of being able to build I new sanctuary in the! very near future. Thoae who wish tohelp in this j endeavor should direct' their gifts to: Vegas Valley I Christian Church. P.O. Box 12978. Us Vegas. 89120. marked "Building | Fond". My legislation will assure that the victims ai involved in all aspects of prosecutions, from beginning to end. goals of the amendments, of course. With the aid of federal funds, more and more local law agencies will be able to establish comprehensive programs, ranging from such simple things as transportation for victims and witnesses to court session to the more comples areas of counseling for victims of sex crimes. Specifically not authorized are direct financial payments to victims of crimes, a program underway in a number of states. Since the LEAA sUrted its active support of victim and witness programs a few years ago. special projects have been funded in some 175 prosecutors' offices across the country. As well, the National District Attorneys Association has established some specialized units which assist victims and witnesses in many different wavs. Approval of the programs has been virtually unanimous. Programs benefitting victims and witnesses are politically unique in that they are opposed by virtually no one. They emphasize • your rights without deemphasizing the rights of criminal defendants, opening the door to comforuble support by both liberals and conservatives. The need for such programs was expressed very poignantly in our Washington hearings by Harl Haas, the district attorney of Portlandr Oregon, when he noted: "In the quiet of the evening, those of us in public office must pause and wonder how in the world we can possibly explain support for a criminal justice system that each year marks millions of dollars for the violent, the radical and the ruthless predators of our country. "It takes some pondering to understand how city councils, county commissioners, legislatures and Congress c*n tax the public and earmark those dollars for the erimintl element, ind yet for the most part provide nothing except a callous disregard for the needs of the victims." The continuation of old programs and the implementation of new ones, as required by my amendments, will go a long way toward bringing victims and witnesses into our criminal justice system, increasing its credibility in the eyes of the public. Pick art & Sons Radiator Service IMl POSTER ST. ACROSS THE ROAD PROMCHANNlls PH.M4-2724 RES.M24743 HENDCRSON, HVi RAMATOR EXPERTS CARS TRUCKS TRACTORS LET US CHECK VOUR AIR coNomom All WORK GUARANTEED Robert G. Basinger, DPfTI PODIATRIST FOOT SPECIAUST is pleased to anrxxjnce the assodetion of michael Schnltzer, DPfTI g Offices jocated at 2046 E. Charleston, LV. fe (Comer of Eastern) MONWED*FRt ^ Spring Mountain Foot CWc "^ 4564 Spring Mtn. Rd • HOURS: TUES. b THURS. 9 TO 4:30 EVENINGS ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS • 382-^122 OR 87M919 BASK READY MIX SIIVING HENOCRSON t aOUlOER CITY Rodie Dispatched 7 DAYS A WEEK SATURDAY SUNDAY DEUVERY New Four Truckil Coll 564-1119 goodHmeio flx up... Ourabllt*! 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HoftdoriMi Horn* Now* and louldw City Hmm Arthritis Month Proclaimed 21 Thursdoy, Moy 10, Ir Si^tmoT RobertList proclaimed the month of nfftei^s Arthritis Month and urged all Nevada residents to support the 1^7^ Campaign of the Nevada Chapter of the Arthritis Foundation. The proclamation issued April 25. from the State House in Carson City, stressed that arthritis afflicts one in seven Americans of all ages, including 2SOtOOO children. "In Nevada, 106,000 people are victims of arthritis, and everyone of us is vulnerable to this crippling disease,"-Governor List stated. WED. THRU SAT. May 9-10-11-12 single dream is more powerful than ^a thousand realities. IBB (oikiens ^che • Q(=*f S^.rrjrr^ ASA11M>ST.'KHfttXITKA ^^^ A KAU^l BAKMll ru M riTMEUmDOf THt: HiVA u^. u;fn*iAWiiP>tMttN b. CHRIS ( t WKl.I V ,.< I* TH* S HtA .Lf Md Till. rWl) niWKS • J H K TTKXIth SAlliA£NT7 •iM'^fOo.KAiJ^tMJlSHl „^ NEXT AHRACTION! SUN. MON. TUES. May 13th 14th 15th iNEGsms £ Jl'tAlMOSria^nt • SHOWTIMES • NGHTLY SUN. TNRU THURS. AT 8fl) PM SHOWS EVERY FDL & SAT. AT 7 6 9 PM MATWE EVERY SAT. & SUN. AT 2fl) PM CHlDRBy $1JOO EVERY SUNDAY 8:00 P.M. SENIOR CITIZENS ADMISSION—ONE DOLLAR During May, members of the Nevada Chapter are assisting in the "Fact Versus Fiction" educational and fund-raising program. The activities commence on May 9kwitir the First Annual Meeting and Awards Celebration. This will be followed by the Corporate Business Campaign which is alundraising educational event to inform Southern-Nevada businesses about the Arthritis In Industry program being planned for 1980. During the week oi May 19, a week-long educational forum will b conducted whereby the public can speak directly to health professionals regarding arthritis. On hand to answer questions will be a rheumatologist, an orthopedic surgeon, a pharmacist, a therapist and an allied health professional in the nursing field. This week-long public educational forum will conclude on May 24 when all five professionals will gather together to inform the public as to the latest developments in their respective fields. Free-literature will be available. The month will end with a 12-hour discothon-coordinated by members of the Juvenile Rheumatoid Arihritis Group and sponsored by Disco 123. "Disco'Nection '79" will take place at Earthquake MaGoo's from noon to midnight on Memorial Day. May 28 and is open to anyone 21 years of age or younger. Prizes will be awarded during the 12 hour event and all proceeds will be donated to the Arthritis Foundation. A slide program on arthritis in children is being distributed to Gark County Schools. This is part of the First Annual Coloring Contest for Clark County School students aged 8 through 14. The winning drawings will be compiled in a special coloring book with the winner's name, age, grade and schoolacALLEY LIQUIDATOR: rn I ••••••••••• •FTmrrrr* • • • a •••••• • • •••••••••••••••••••••••• 1X6-6' PECKY CEDAR. 1X6-6' FIR 1X6-6' DOG EAR FIR.. 2X4-10' REDWOOD 2X4-12' REDWOOD....... 2X4-14' REDWOOD 2X4-8' ECONOMY FIR. 4X4-8' ECONOMY REDWOOD 3.20 EA. RFniMTX (60 LB. BAG) 1 55 EA VALLEY LIQUIDATORS 333 SUNSET ROAD, HENDERSON 565-7309 • • ••••••••••••••• I V u/\* • ••••••• •• • •• • ••vv Ci/\* Qfit y X •••••••••• 1,.\H/ l-iA. • •••• • ••••••••••••••••••••X • VMI Hjt\, 2.24 EA. .96' EA. •••••• • ••••••••••• Guard Offers Schobrsliips A recent allocation from Congress has made it possible for the Nevada National Guard to offer new recruits an enlistment bonus of S1500 or an educational assistance program which will pay up to $2000 worth of college tuition and fees. In either instance, university* students who are members of the National Guard will continue to receivo the 50% tuition waiver while attending either UNLV or Gark County Community College. "Since this program is of a temporary nature for the period of IS March to 15 June 1979 getting the word out is essential," explained Major Richard L. Shiles, Commander of Third Squadron, 163rd Armored Cavalry Regiment. companying each winnmg entry in the book. Governor List pointed out in his proclamation that funds raised during the current campaign will aid a national research program seeking the cause and cure of arthritis, as well as education and patient programs here in Nevada. The Governor praised the Nevada Chapter's efforts in their current programs which include referral services, free educational materials, a loan closet, the establishment of Arthritis Community Groups and outreach stations, the offering of professional educational materials to primary care physicians and allied health professionals and a speaker's bureau which includes films, slide presentations and other selfhelp, supportive and educational types of programs. The Nevada Chapter has plans to expand services into Northern Nevada in order to provide help to a greater number of Nevada residents with arthritis. In addition, the Nevada Chapter is working towards compiling a resource directory keyed to arthritis needs, expanding the information and referral services, beginning community home assessment and arthritis in industry programs. Glen Hallo Residents Display Homemade Articles in Art Show tfuwaiammfm ^^^^B rVPir T^TV^^^^pi^^^^^^^^^^^^H -''p'' 'ii iPHil L W^ff ^-lom ltt* M ^I^U^AlliliHH^^I^^^B^^^^^^^^i^^^H ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^L ^B ^AMAMflflftBfllttttlfllMifttt4k4l ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^HPF^Mf^ <• ^BBR^^^^^^I i^^m Flerenct Tab*ring, Sam Hollferd, Eva Seebrick and which were exhibited at the Industrial Days Art Lelo Holiidoy show seme of the items they made Show last weekend. All are residents of Glen Holla Intemtediote Care facility In Henderson: CERAMICS AND HAND SOWN ARTICLES were ontong the items displayed by residents of Glan Hallo. From left are Nellie Wagner, Mildrod Kr Kay Bolton, Hazel Elmera, and Wanda Sherril their orticles. GLEN HALLA RESIDENTS KEEP BUSY during the doy doing many handicrafts at the Intermediate care focility. Tom Fulton, Vera Haas, Anno Tanner, and Ethel Sterdent are shown with articles they have mode and which were exhibited at the Industrial Days Art shew this post weekend. • • • • • • • • • • • • • m Needed! Advertising & Disploy Person WANT A CHALLENGE? m!inP!i!P' A All American [Auto Wreckers 24 Hour Towing & Road Service H^Y 5641881 imJmmmmmimimmimmttm ii{ SALE Spwiol of HMWeek' 71 Comoro Body ft 50GMC Dump Body ^^Jk jyh CAU JIM ^ "HOSS"' ROWE MELTON AT 1401 Athol 565-6220 Henderson Hendenen Home Newt and loylder City News Safeway Helps To Give You A Lower Total Food Bill With... Double Value Irawberri t • MNwfeetufer't ^'leiits eff" Mvfcifs hm Seftwey. 1; lMirtCiipi SAFEWAY DOUBLEraSAFEWAY DOUBL VALUE COUPON W VALUE COUPON More Produce Buys! 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HoftdoriMi Horn* Now* and louldw City Hmm Arthritis Month Proclaimed 21 Thursdoy, Moy 10, Ir Si^tmoT RobertList proclaimed the month of nfftei^s Arthritis Month and urged all Nevada residents to support the 1^7^ Campaign of the Nevada Chapter of the Arthritis Foundation. The proclamation issued April 25. from the State House in Carson City, stressed that arthritis afflicts one in seven Americans of all ages, including 2SOtOOO children. "In Nevada, 106,000 people are victims of arthritis, and everyone of us is vulnerable to this crippling disease,"-Governor List stated. WED. THRU SAT. May 9-10-11-12 single dream is more powerful than ^a thousand realities. IBB (oikiens ^che • Q(=*f S^.rrjrr^ ASA11M>ST.'KHfttXITKA ^^^ A KAU^l BAKMll ru M riTMEUmDOf THt: HiVA u^. u;fn*iAWiiP>tMttN b. CHRIS ( t WKl.I V ,.< I* TH* S HtA .Lf Md Till. rWl) niWKS • J H K TTKXIth SAlliA£NT7 •iM'^fOo.KAiJ^tMJlSHl „^ NEXT AHRACTION! SUN. MON. TUES. May 13th 14th 15th iNEGsms £ Jl'tAlMOSria^nt • SHOWTIMES • NGHTLY SUN. TNRU THURS. AT 8fl) PM SHOWS EVERY FDL & SAT. AT 7 6 9 PM MATWE EVERY SAT. & SUN. AT 2fl) PM CHlDRBy $1JOO EVERY SUNDAY 8:00 P.M. SENIOR CITIZENS ADMISSION—ONE DOLLAR During May, members of the Nevada Chapter are assisting in the "Fact Versus Fiction" educational and fund-raising program. The activities commence on May 9kwitir the First Annual Meeting and Awards Celebration. This will be followed by the Corporate Business Campaign which is alundraising educational event to inform Southern-Nevada businesses about the Arthritis In Industry program being planned for 1980. During the week oi May 19, a week-long educational forum will b conducted whereby the public can speak directly to health professionals regarding arthritis. On hand to answer questions will be a rheumatologist, an orthopedic surgeon, a pharmacist, a therapist and an allied health professional in the nursing field. This week-long public educational forum will conclude on May 24 when all five professionals will gather together to inform the public as to the latest developments in their respective fields. Free-literature will be available. The month will end with a 12-hour discothon-coordinated by members of the Juvenile Rheumatoid Arihritis Group and sponsored by Disco 123. "Disco'Nection '79" will take place at Earthquake MaGoo's from noon to midnight on Memorial Day. May 28 and is open to anyone 21 years of age or younger. Prizes will be awarded during the 12 hour event and all proceeds will be donated to the Arthritis Foundation. A slide program on arthritis in children is being distributed to Gark County Schools. This is part of the First Annual Coloring Contest for Clark County School students aged 8 through 14. The winning drawings will be compiled in a special coloring book with the winner's name, age, grade and schoolacALLEY LIQUIDATOR: rn I ••••••••••• •FTmrrrr* • • • a •••••• • • •••••••••••••••••••••••• 1X6-6' PECKY CEDAR. 1X6-6' FIR 1X6-6' DOG EAR FIR.. 2X4-10' REDWOOD 2X4-12' REDWOOD....... 2X4-14' REDWOOD 2X4-8' ECONOMY FIR. 4X4-8' ECONOMY REDWOOD 3.20 EA. RFniMTX (60 LB. BAG) 1 55 EA VALLEY LIQUIDATORS 333 SUNSET ROAD, HENDERSON 565-7309 • • ••••••••••••••• I V u/\* • ••••••• •• • •• • ••vv Ci/\* Qfit y X •••••••••• 1,.\H/ l-iA. • •••• • ••••••••••••••••••••X • VMI Hjt\, 2.24 EA. .96' EA. •••••• • ••••••••••• Guard Offers Schobrsliips A recent allocation from Congress has made it possible for the Nevada National Guard to offer new recruits an enlistment bonus of S1500 or an educational assistance program which will pay up to $2000 worth of college tuition and fees. In either instance, university* students who are members of the National Guard will continue to receivo the 50% tuition waiver while attending either UNLV or Gark County Community College. "Since this program is of a temporary nature for the period of IS March to 15 June 1979 getting the word out is essential," explained Major Richard L. Shiles, Commander of Third Squadron, 163rd Armored Cavalry Regiment. companying each winnmg entry in the book. Governor List pointed out in his proclamation that funds raised during the current campaign will aid a national research program seeking the cause and cure of arthritis, as well as education and patient programs here in Nevada. The Governor praised the Nevada Chapter's efforts in their current programs which include referral services, free educational materials, a loan closet, the establishment of Arthritis Community Groups and outreach stations, the offering of professional educational materials to primary care physicians and allied health professionals and a speaker's bureau which includes films, slide presentations and other selfhelp, supportive and educational types of programs. The Nevada Chapter has plans to expand services into Northern Nevada in order to provide help to a greater number of Nevada residents with arthritis. In addition, the Nevada Chapter is working towards compiling a resource directory keyed to arthritis needs, expanding the information and referral services, beginning community home assessment and arthritis in industry programs. Glen Hallo Residents Display Homemade Articles in Art Show tfuwaiammfm ^^^^B rVPir T^TV^^^^pi^^^^^^^^^^^^H -''p'' 'ii iPHil L W^ff ^-lom ltt* M ^I^U^AlliliHH^^I^^^B^^^^^^^^i^^^H ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^L ^B ^AMAMflflftBfllttttlfllMifttt4k4l ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^HPF^Mf^ <• ^BBR^^^^^^I i^^m Flerenct Tab*ring, Sam Hollferd, Eva Seebrick and which were exhibited at the Industrial Days Art Lelo Holiidoy show seme of the items they made Show last weekend. All are residents of Glen Holla Intemtediote Care facility In Henderson: CERAMICS AND HAND SOWN ARTICLES were ontong the items displayed by residents of Glan Hallo. From left are Nellie Wagner, Mildrod Kr Kay Bolton, Hazel Elmera, and Wanda Sherril their orticles. GLEN HALLA RESIDENTS KEEP BUSY during the doy doing many handicrafts at the Intermediate care focility. Tom Fulton, Vera Haas, Anno Tanner, and Ethel Sterdent are shown with articles they have mode and which were exhibited at the Industrial Days Art shew this post weekend. • • • • • • • • • • • • • m Needed! Advertising & Disploy Person WANT A CHALLENGE? m!inP!i!P' A All American [Auto Wreckers 24 Hour Towing & Road Service H^Y 5641881 imJmmmmmimimmimmttm ii{ SALE Spwiol of HMWeek' 71 Comoro Body ft 50GMC Dump Body ^^Jk jyh CAU JIM ^ "HOSS"' ROWE MELTON AT 1401 Athol 565-6220 Henderson Hendenen Home Newt and loylder City News Safeway Helps To Give You A Lower Total Food Bill With... Double Value Irawberri t • MNwfeetufer't ^'leiits eff" Mvfcifs hm Seftwey. 1; lMirtCiipi SAFEWAY DOUBLEraSAFEWAY DOUBL VALUE COUPON W VALUE COUPON More Produce Buys! 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^!I^IW^..U-t.. V^Jl Hndron Horn* Htfwt and lwMr.CMy NMM If >!• t oymwi d Take a ride to the Black Mountain Foothills and an array of brand new homes come into your view. They may be homes of various name builders and the Lewis Homes is one of the "family bywords" in the Las Vegas Henderson Boulder City area. "We formerly resided in New Jersey," the beautiful raven haired Elaine Schneck explained, "and my older brother, Ronald Hoffman, was trying to persuade us to move out here." Congenial Walt Schneck added, "He evidently was well versed on the art of persuasion for he would send us long letters every winter emphasizing the wonderful weather Las Vegas was enjoying. I didn't have to be convinced for I fell in love with the area while Elaine and I spent our honeymoon here a few years ago." Elaine came on to Las Vegas with the children while Walt wound things up in New Jersey. She saw a copy of the model of Lewis Home they now enjoy and feared telling Walt about it for it was one of the deluxe models Meanwhile back in NewJersey-Walt studied a plan of the same home (talk about ESP) and could hardly wait to inform Elaine about his choice, .\fter the couple "matched coins" the Prestige model of the Lewis Home was theirs to enjoy and the family occupied it in August of 1976. No matter whether a tract home, model home, or whatever the home becomes "individual" when the family inhabits It. So It is with the I mi PI do By Mrs. Douglas STl FFED CABBAGE Serve these plump. met.v stuffed cabbage rolls over rire with a tossed salad and perhaps an acfompar.iment of imy sweet pea-for a flavorful accent. To serve 4 you II need lar^e green cabbage leaves 1 lb ground beef 2efg5 < cup chopped onion j small clove garlic, minced 4 teaspoon basil leave-Sprmklir.g of oregano Salt and pepper to taste 1 can i! lb i tomato sauce' • • ii tup water 2 tbs vinegar 1 tbs rornMarch 2 tbs rai^ins loptionali Preheat oven to ,37,S degrees F Drop cabbage leaves into boiling water Boil gently .S mmuies. Drain In a medium bowl, mix beef, eggs onion, garlic, spires and seasoning Blend thoroughly Divide mixture evenly oncabbage leaves Roll the leaves over filling Place rolls, seamside down, in 2 : quart baking dish Blend tomato sauce, water, sugar, vinegar and cornsiarch Pour over rolls Sprinkle with raisins Bake for ih minutes, basting with sauce once or twice Bv the by. this dish will taste just as good if you extend the beef with rice, oatmeal or any other extenders you customarily used. Lough i^ut They <-av an apple a V will keep the doctor y." Vby stop there? An a day will keep i-KnH\ awav' HENDERSON HOME OF THE WEEK ftfiR Schnecks! The good-looking family with their three children: Lisa Robin Age 10; Jamie Brian Age 8; and David Michael Age 5. find the warmth and happiness they dreamed of here in Henderson. The exterior of the home is Contemporary in design with a look of substantiality. Made up of stucco, wood and stone trimming the home sits in its majesty in one of the many quiet courts. Once inside the hallway or foyer, the individuality of Elaine is predominant. "I enjoy plush red and the bright colors," Elaine pointed out, "and you will notice I go in for bright yellow and royal blue, also." In any event all was in very good taste for Elaine enhanced the decor with her special treament of the bright colors. The foyer floor was covered with a white brick like tile leading into a stepdown living room. Carpeting throughout the home was a deep riiby red with matching curtains and drapes. The sofa was in true Mediterranean style with soft red and black design. A huge beanbag chair of black fur sat in the corner. Hanging lamps Hwn of Walt and ilaint Schnock and rich macrame holding plants were seen throughout the home. Elaine makes her own macrame pieces and is to be complimented on her artistry. One hanging lamp in the living • room is especially attractive with a wood cage • like holder encircling large artificial flowers in yellow, red, white, and green. Shades of Spain, Mexico and the Orient are dominant in Elaine's decor. The exotic prevails! A family photo coUection enhances the walls. A wrought iron fence separates the livingroom from the dining room. \ lace tablecloth dons the table with a "conversation piece" knick knack shelf of black wrought iron which Elaine refers to as the "memory shelf." Spanish dolls, Elaine's late father's bowling trophy and pipe collection, little winter scene falling snow jars designed by Elaine, and a countless number of colorful, and meaningful objects can be seen. The dining room leads to a garden kitchen of yellows andwhites with a side dinette area CROSSWORD PUZZLE* ACROSS 1 Sleeping place 4 Exhibit 8 Slide 12 Chopping tool 13 Employ 14 Current 15 Neckband 16 Frurt-juice flrmk 17 Loses color 18 Long ihin line 20 Unfinished timber 21 Close to 22 Brings back 25 Distance measures 28 Rodent 29 Plaything 32 One spots 33 Wickefl 34 Narrow path 35 Stimulating beverage 36 Downcast 37 Wounds 38 Gifts 41 father 43 Be in aebt 44 Builds 48 Opera selections 50 Girl s name 51 Lubricate 52 Cause to go 53 Hauled 54 Exist 55 Browns from the sun 56 Paddles 57 Conflucted DOWN 1 Baseball dubs 2 A May out 3 Game animal 4 Forms 5 Conceals 10 Thought product 11 Nuisance 17 Stronghold 19 Angers 20 Burden 23 Buy and sell 24 Pnncipal actor 25 Floor covering 26 Frozen water 27 Jump 30 A Single thing 31 Affirmative reply 33 Foundation 34 Fail to win 36 Uses needle and thread 37 Dried stalks 39 Paths 40 At no time 41 Time gone by 42 Neighborhood 45 Atuei 6 Unrefineo metal 46 Aeary 7 You and I 47 Winter vehicle 8 Theater platform Pot cover 9 49 Hotel 50 Age 53 Perform 46 4* tt SI s ST Why do the poets ilways speak of the moon 3s silver?' its because of the quarters and helves. v EmB BQDQ BCIGn tJOQ QfJOB EUDUli HOB DOB aaaaa BOBfeiQB fejcau on iillQBB ElOB QBO kJQOU QDU UUHO (jutDciauua BO feiuki uriiiauu BQQDD uua yoD tiQaa feiQOci yoa idiinisM>^ioiH|s| Answer lo pviile yellow and white table set • Aztecs copper plate calendar decorates the wall. The family room carries out the resplendence of the decor with an Oriental screen softly lit up with a light behind it. Overhead hangs a Mexican pinata while a black statue of Siamese cats stand on each side. To the side stands other '''^^^v. 30 black wrought iron shelves for stereo unit and other memorabilia. Plush red carries through. Guest bathroom is in red and white. The second story includes: Lisa's bedroom hot pink and spring green; Jamie's bedroom American Indian decor; and David's bedroom in Sesame Street decor. Main bathroom coloriUl in red and white. Master bedroom is picturesque with royal blue carpeting, blue Velvet drapes, velvet patch bedspread and deep blue with white master bath with dressing area. Touches of orchid add warmth to the room. A typical family like that of the colorful Schnecks naturally would not be complete without animals. Filling the void are their lovable dogs: "Roodle" Cross bred Labrador Retriever with Standard HtfMlanen HMW N.W ond UuMtrCity Newt 31 P£JO. Beds Slate Officers Q. FOREIGNER'S albums hive been such big sellers how can they possibly disband? And why? A. I don't know wher vou get your info from, out they're not. The only change in the group is the •ddiUon of RICK WILLS as bass guitarist. They're working on a new LP now for summer release. Q. I juft read that Walt, llolna, ond ion, Dovid • enjoy "memory shelf". Poodle; "Misty" Cross bred Yorkshire Terrier and small Poodle; and "Rocky" the Parakeet! Ugly door knobs can bs somawhst disguised if thay'rs painted tha same color at tbt door. SHAUN CASSIDY grew a beard. Please teli nw it's not true. A. Sorry, but it is. See for yourself. Q. My friend says disco is the most popular music in the country today. I say rock. Who's right? A. You are. Here's a breakdown of actual fil^uree from the National Assoc. of Recording Merchandisers showing what records and tapes Americans bought in 1978: Rock~41 percent; Pop"13.1 percent; Country-lO.Z percent; Disco~9 percent; Soul-8.5 percent; Jazz, classical and miscellaneous comprised the rest. BM(TH*SmnMrHMIIn • •MM CmHwttM* Nnmt SHoitt. ToChMM Fiwn In Ta4tvi UlMt Into* Maicti T>wni UWMiOnOfVow rMeril*Te inn MM. eotvb Conon 3timon CoNw SellW tout tiIUtS4 McK PeckM* CV \ J APOFECTG/FTPOIlMm Volves to 5.00 1" Ml PUTS lOOSkPoly In Drut Or Cuutl Stytct SpcM eockM TrMtmcntt SUUI-11 ^^ 1.1 UTP ncuuM IISPENSEIS KwOfMiiM OrCMrrHun OrMt(MMM> UIT TIfS Cotton iMIen Ffoni etattl Cvton A eoiyacMofi vOtvO (*0V0S. VftockOT SOU MM. WKET TEMTTIf *4CMMIt A> KVSkfoty fMhion S(toifl WMtIn I PrMlyPMIfto 0Wl*lrY WMvtFof The HMWMMIW tlOSI-ll KiiMe SAlim Trtm 4 Conon Stoiw. riillv Sotldt *n4 PatMnM IrcMy Immncv TOM. Orott Poi Pant! An4 Skin* ANMiehlnaWMlMMa Fo t**v Can. taut4 PUT F**lilonafet* Suh* WHh Surf*c Intan Top* k SoMd Coloc Pn Pus On Pant* Mnti Matching laHad, Tunic Tap* nmi-ii iU.14.N UKim ^A IMT TIP CafMaKiilt taAw OtCatar* POWFRONT I, I HWWgWTimi 11113,1171 UIIES SUPN SMFFSUML, loflPaMal iamhuUkt wwtip "foity ImWaMana Trim sniPE TUR TIP niTTirsy Ur*fadlaok Top* 04 Potyk Canon •tan4 SM CetenWHti Contraatlna PtoMTriffl taUMH. KILN SMVE3M/ MIIEI lUISMi TIP 10 Canon RMaaCrapa vtylc Mftih TtoTap MacMna miT TIN TIP MM Canon In Pink. ^ anpoR MOTHESSmi WINERS STUPSiniU LoathaiUha ManrCaton *<>4iv4a* OfanFor On** Or CoMlWaa< tOttl-tl CcfWoMaM CaoMaaM. 526 BOUIJKR HWY MeMnaWMi OAIIV|^00 SUNOAVfOMn ^HOMiWTaS r^l At the annual meeting weekend, the following* of the Nevada ^tate officers were elected to P.E.O. Sisterhood hald in serve for the ensuing Hawthorne this -past year: PALM MEMORIAL PARK '''^nwii K on locinoi,. tCHAPCL •CEMITIRY •MORTUARY •MAUSOUUM President...Betty -Ross of Carson City 1st Vice President... Harriett Barkley,. FaUon 2nd Vice Present... Frances Gilbert, Headerson Organizer...Doris* Selbig, Reno Recording Secretary... Mary Lou Noel, Carson PhMc: SM-ini iMlder Hlgkwar. HeaderMi FRONTIER NURSERY 'SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL NURSERT 87 E. LAKE MEAD DR.. HENDERSO N OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK" TREES, SHRUBS, FLOWERS, ROSES, ,STEER, PEAT, WHISKEY BARRELS A GRASS SEED. FRONTIER NURSERY mClAL" WASHINGTON PALMS 1 GAL WAS'329 N0WM59 WE BABYSfT LAWNS City Corresponding Secretary...Ethel McNeeley, Reno Treasurer..Shirley Bsown,. Las Vegas The 1980 convention will be heH in Carson City. Nevada, with Chapter M as hosts. 7 AM TIL 6 PM PHONE 56M1fl1 AHENOED ALUED ARTS FUND RAISING PARTY • Several members of the Southern Nevada Museum Guild attended the Allied Arts fund raising party held recently at Wayne Newton's ranch in Logandale. From left are Jan Kennedy, president of the guild, Jinx Schwen, Tina Smith, Jeanie Block, Vi Renne, Virginia Richardson and Marj Ivory. In front is Annette Richardson. All the women wore costumes belongong to the museum. Scholarship Annoynced For Nevada Scholars Kiski School, thewell known Eastern boys' boarding school, is pleased to announce the creation of the Allen R. 43iick Scholarship program in honor of Mr. Allen Click who, as a prominent Nevada businessman, Kiski alumnus and trustee, has exemplified the type of involvement and commitment so necessary for the support and growth of independent education. Click was anoutstanding undergraduate at Kiski, an honor roH student, captain of the football team, and recipient of OmCl SVPPLI18 ACT lumin ] omos nvrruaa ••7 kTWXUa o BODLon crrr. nr MOO* Tea • •i.iitT DOROTHT BDmirr FOCUS AilO RAMFS Ona Plac* Moul4ad Camtructlon. Ral*a* C*, I Incha* 0H0oun4 1.100 Lb* faacltvParP*i, jy4!!3M SAVE'ltl OfFEACH SHOCK! umommmusuMMmi Maavy Duly liranftk tr CaaacttY k%\niH-f^vm iic*a*UMOuty OfMnol lautpmaat ttMck* WiIcliM< H-MAMPAOMD SAe oil WES£ GREAT LOWpSaSi 7I17.1|.J.J0 MS. II.W 71)3, 74]* or>dS# A0 H.9k.. • Wwa STunas • •• •• • • CKrytUr, Samt Ut4t t AM \m pwti H,lHf OfM Oualily. • AA0 'H*** RMmnoR CLEANER Stops Stalling Rough Idling Hard Staning Duni C*ru,tla, Mla Vou Oriv*< l*mov*t Varniih fr Mo,*tura From Entir* fud Syltom ao/rnuBR/ nmMamKT' 12W • SS. I4.M ON rU I Uu ""^ GRACE SHJlfS Great" sroir MMMTSr/ 74mm mmtuu taavTe MHriH Kaaitti Mlatar 0*na Conoalan immm |lM.lt| AMHTAMI ManMM ta*.irT*ir IFf Stotkloatf CaoacinrUa TaJOOOU* fatliai^ l>a*tW wa JuSCwa ^rtactCof 0>Tfck Jacki UrtalMal VawCarinmaM IMOMNOM oaeaiof P*w,a>rt* • •^wi*iecojy ea*> COO" paM' "w "w" ** jwKooakpape'ioi fv*^s aewep'rt It a qooys>e>aaia make great| big prints! Kodak paper. Pwagoodlook at the times of your li the Headmaster's Award upon his graduation in 1960. located on a 300acre campus in the foothills of the Allegheny Mountains in Western Pennsylvania. Kiski has graduated approximately 4,000 students and yearly places members of its senior class in some of the most competitive colleges and universities in the country. With a commitment to a diverse student body, the school has attracted students from every state and from at least 20 foreign countries. Through the Alien R. Click Scholarship program. Kiski seeks to attract those candidates who reflect high academic promise and achievement within and without the classroom. Awardsare restricted to Nevada residents but are not limited to only those who can qualify for financiak aid. Any boy entering grades 9 through 12 is eligible for this competitive an#-renewable scholarship which covers all tuition, room and board expenses. Inquiries should be directed to Lee C. Crawford, Assistant to the Headmaster, Kiski School, Saltsburg, Pa. 15681, Telephone 412-639-^586. Deadline for completing the application process is May 30. 1979; final-decisions will be made by July 2. 1979. Kiski School admits students without discriminating on the basis of race, color, nationality or ethnic origin. In oid ScandinavM, it thought thit rowin trw brinchii plicid oir tha door would kiip tHt houii lafi from witchii. S24 NVIKR HWY 3aic?iwis If win ST. M-nw Drill up I child'i room with 1 itnpid iwninf iniidi thi windoM.

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^!I^IW^..U-t.. V^Jl Hndron Horn* Htfwt and lwMr.CMy NMM If >!• t oymwi d Take a ride to the Black Mountain Foothills and an array of brand new homes come into your view. They may be homes of various name builders and the Lewis Homes is one of the "family bywords" in the Las Vegas Henderson Boulder City area. "We formerly resided in New Jersey," the beautiful raven haired Elaine Schneck explained, "and my older brother, Ronald Hoffman, was trying to persuade us to move out here." Congenial Walt Schneck added, "He evidently was well versed on the art of persuasion for he would send us long letters every winter emphasizing the wonderful weather Las Vegas was enjoying. I didn't have to be convinced for I fell in love with the area while Elaine and I spent our honeymoon here a few years ago." Elaine came on to Las Vegas with the children while Walt wound things up in New Jersey. She saw a copy of the model of Lewis Home they now enjoy and feared telling Walt about it for it was one of the deluxe models Meanwhile back in NewJersey-Walt studied a plan of the same home (talk about ESP) and could hardly wait to inform Elaine about his choice, .\fter the couple "matched coins" the Prestige model of the Lewis Home was theirs to enjoy and the family occupied it in August of 1976. No matter whether a tract home, model home, or whatever the home becomes "individual" when the family inhabits It. So It is with the I mi PI do By Mrs. Douglas STl FFED CABBAGE Serve these plump. met.v stuffed cabbage rolls over rire with a tossed salad and perhaps an acfompar.iment of imy sweet pea-for a flavorful accent. To serve 4 you II need lar^e green cabbage leaves 1 lb ground beef 2efg5 < cup chopped onion j small clove garlic, minced 4 teaspoon basil leave-Sprmklir.g of oregano Salt and pepper to taste 1 can i! lb i tomato sauce' • • ii tup water 2 tbs vinegar 1 tbs rornMarch 2 tbs rai^ins loptionali Preheat oven to ,37,S degrees F Drop cabbage leaves into boiling water Boil gently .S mmuies. Drain In a medium bowl, mix beef, eggs onion, garlic, spires and seasoning Blend thoroughly Divide mixture evenly oncabbage leaves Roll the leaves over filling Place rolls, seamside down, in 2 : quart baking dish Blend tomato sauce, water, sugar, vinegar and cornsiarch Pour over rolls Sprinkle with raisins Bake for ih minutes, basting with sauce once or twice Bv the by. this dish will taste just as good if you extend the beef with rice, oatmeal or any other extenders you customarily used. Lough i^ut They <-av an apple a V will keep the doctor y." Vby stop there? An a day will keep i-KnH\ awav' HENDERSON HOME OF THE WEEK ftfiR Schnecks! The good-looking family with their three children: Lisa Robin Age 10; Jamie Brian Age 8; and David Michael Age 5. find the warmth and happiness they dreamed of here in Henderson. The exterior of the home is Contemporary in design with a look of substantiality. Made up of stucco, wood and stone trimming the home sits in its majesty in one of the many quiet courts. Once inside the hallway or foyer, the individuality of Elaine is predominant. "I enjoy plush red and the bright colors," Elaine pointed out, "and you will notice I go in for bright yellow and royal blue, also." In any event all was in very good taste for Elaine enhanced the decor with her special treament of the bright colors. The foyer floor was covered with a white brick like tile leading into a stepdown living room. Carpeting throughout the home was a deep riiby red with matching curtains and drapes. The sofa was in true Mediterranean style with soft red and black design. A huge beanbag chair of black fur sat in the corner. Hanging lamps Hwn of Walt and ilaint Schnock and rich macrame holding plants were seen throughout the home. Elaine makes her own macrame pieces and is to be complimented on her artistry. One hanging lamp in the living • room is especially attractive with a wood cage • like holder encircling large artificial flowers in yellow, red, white, and green. Shades of Spain, Mexico and the Orient are dominant in Elaine's decor. The exotic prevails! A family photo coUection enhances the walls. A wrought iron fence separates the livingroom from the dining room. \ lace tablecloth dons the table with a "conversation piece" knick knack shelf of black wrought iron which Elaine refers to as the "memory shelf." Spanish dolls, Elaine's late father's bowling trophy and pipe collection, little winter scene falling snow jars designed by Elaine, and a countless number of colorful, and meaningful objects can be seen. The dining room leads to a garden kitchen of yellows andwhites with a side dinette area CROSSWORD PUZZLE* ACROSS 1 Sleeping place 4 Exhibit 8 Slide 12 Chopping tool 13 Employ 14 Current 15 Neckband 16 Frurt-juice flrmk 17 Loses color 18 Long ihin line 20 Unfinished timber 21 Close to 22 Brings back 25 Distance measures 28 Rodent 29 Plaything 32 One spots 33 Wickefl 34 Narrow path 35 Stimulating beverage 36 Downcast 37 Wounds 38 Gifts 41 father 43 Be in aebt 44 Builds 48 Opera selections 50 Girl s name 51 Lubricate 52 Cause to go 53 Hauled 54 Exist 55 Browns from the sun 56 Paddles 57 Conflucted DOWN 1 Baseball dubs 2 A May out 3 Game animal 4 Forms 5 Conceals 10 Thought product 11 Nuisance 17 Stronghold 19 Angers 20 Burden 23 Buy and sell 24 Pnncipal actor 25 Floor covering 26 Frozen water 27 Jump 30 A Single thing 31 Affirmative reply 33 Foundation 34 Fail to win 36 Uses needle and thread 37 Dried stalks 39 Paths 40 At no time 41 Time gone by 42 Neighborhood 45 Atuei 6 Unrefineo metal 46 Aeary 7 You and I 47 Winter vehicle 8 Theater platform Pot cover 9 49 Hotel 50 Age 53 Perform 46 4* tt SI s ST Why do the poets ilways speak of the moon 3s silver?' its because of the quarters and helves. v EmB BQDQ BCIGn tJOQ QfJOB EUDUli HOB DOB aaaaa BOBfeiQB fejcau on iillQBB ElOB QBO kJQOU QDU UUHO (jutDciauua BO feiuki uriiiauu BQQDD uua yoD tiQaa feiQOci yoa idiinisM>^ioiH|s| Answer lo pviile yellow and white table set • Aztecs copper plate calendar decorates the wall. The family room carries out the resplendence of the decor with an Oriental screen softly lit up with a light behind it. Overhead hangs a Mexican pinata while a black statue of Siamese cats stand on each side. To the side stands other '''^^^v. 30 black wrought iron shelves for stereo unit and other memorabilia. Plush red carries through. Guest bathroom is in red and white. The second story includes: Lisa's bedroom hot pink and spring green; Jamie's bedroom American Indian decor; and David's bedroom in Sesame Street decor. Main bathroom coloriUl in red and white. Master bedroom is picturesque with royal blue carpeting, blue Velvet drapes, velvet patch bedspread and deep blue with white master bath with dressing area. Touches of orchid add warmth to the room. A typical family like that of the colorful Schnecks naturally would not be complete without animals. Filling the void are their lovable dogs: "Roodle" Cross bred Labrador Retriever with Standard HtfMlanen HMW N.W ond UuMtrCity Newt 31 P£JO. Beds Slate Officers Q. FOREIGNER'S albums hive been such big sellers how can they possibly disband? And why? A. I don't know wher vou get your info from, out they're not. The only change in the group is the •ddiUon of RICK WILLS as bass guitarist. They're working on a new LP now for summer release. Q. I juft read that Walt, llolna, ond ion, Dovid • enjoy "memory shelf". Poodle; "Misty" Cross bred Yorkshire Terrier and small Poodle; and "Rocky" the Parakeet! Ugly door knobs can bs somawhst disguised if thay'rs painted tha same color at tbt door. SHAUN CASSIDY grew a beard. Please teli nw it's not true. A. Sorry, but it is. See for yourself. Q. My friend says disco is the most popular music in the country today. I say rock. Who's right? A. You are. Here's a breakdown of actual fil^uree from the National Assoc. of Recording Merchandisers showing what records and tapes Americans bought in 1978: Rock~41 percent; Pop"13.1 percent; Country-lO.Z percent; Disco~9 percent; Soul-8.5 percent; Jazz, classical and miscellaneous comprised the rest. BM(TH*SmnMrHMIIn • •MM CmHwttM* Nnmt SHoitt. ToChMM Fiwn In Ta4tvi UlMt Into* Maicti T>wni UWMiOnOfVow rMeril*Te inn MM. eotvb Conon 3timon CoNw SellW tout tiIUtS4 McK PeckM* CV \ J APOFECTG/FTPOIlMm Volves to 5.00 1" Ml PUTS lOOSkPoly In Drut Or Cuutl Stytct SpcM eockM TrMtmcntt SUUI-11 ^^ 1.1 UTP ncuuM IISPENSEIS KwOfMiiM OrCMrrHun OrMt(MMM> UIT TIfS Cotton iMIen Ffoni etattl Cvton A eoiyacMofi vOtvO (*0V0S. VftockOT SOU MM. WKET TEMTTIf *4CMMIt A> KVSkfoty fMhion S(toifl WMtIn I PrMlyPMIfto 0Wl*lrY WMvtFof The HMWMMIW tlOSI-ll KiiMe SAlim Trtm 4 Conon Stoiw. riillv Sotldt *n4 PatMnM IrcMy Immncv TOM. Orott Poi Pant! 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Sisterhood hald in serve for the ensuing Hawthorne this -past year: PALM MEMORIAL PARK '''^nwii K on locinoi,. tCHAPCL •CEMITIRY •MORTUARY •MAUSOUUM President...Betty -Ross of Carson City 1st Vice President... Harriett Barkley,. FaUon 2nd Vice Present... Frances Gilbert, Headerson Organizer...Doris* Selbig, Reno Recording Secretary... Mary Lou Noel, Carson PhMc: SM-ini iMlder Hlgkwar. HeaderMi FRONTIER NURSERY 'SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL NURSERT 87 E. LAKE MEAD DR.. HENDERSO N OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK" TREES, SHRUBS, FLOWERS, ROSES, ,STEER, PEAT, WHISKEY BARRELS A GRASS SEED. FRONTIER NURSERY mClAL" WASHINGTON PALMS 1 GAL WAS'329 N0WM59 WE BABYSfT LAWNS City Corresponding Secretary...Ethel McNeeley, Reno Treasurer..Shirley Bsown,. Las Vegas The 1980 convention will be heH in Carson City. Nevada, with Chapter M as hosts. 7 AM TIL 6 PM PHONE 56M1fl1 AHENOED ALUED ARTS FUND RAISING PARTY • Several members of the Southern Nevada Museum Guild attended the Allied Arts fund raising party held recently at Wayne Newton's ranch in Logandale. From left are Jan Kennedy, president of the guild, Jinx Schwen, Tina Smith, Jeanie Block, Vi Renne, Virginia Richardson and Marj Ivory. In front is Annette Richardson. All the women wore costumes belongong to the museum. Scholarship Annoynced For Nevada Scholars Kiski School, thewell known Eastern boys' boarding school, is pleased to announce the creation of the Allen R. 43iick Scholarship program in honor of Mr. Allen Click who, as a prominent Nevada businessman, Kiski alumnus and trustee, has exemplified the type of involvement and commitment so necessary for the support and growth of independent education. Click was anoutstanding undergraduate at Kiski, an honor roH student, captain of the football team, and recipient of OmCl SVPPLI18 ACT lumin ] omos nvrruaa ••7 kTWXUa o BODLon crrr. nr MOO* Tea • •i.iitT DOROTHT BDmirr FOCUS AilO RAMFS Ona Plac* Moul4ad Camtructlon. Ral*a* C*, I Incha* 0H0oun4 1.100 Lb* faacltvParP*i, jy4!!3M SAVE'ltl OfFEACH SHOCK! umommmusuMMmi Maavy Duly liranftk tr CaaacttY k%\niH-f^vm iic*a*UMOuty OfMnol lautpmaat ttMck* WiIcliM< H-MAMPAOMD SAe oil WES£ GREAT LOWpSaSi 7I17.1|.J.J0 MS. II.W 71)3, 74]* or>dS# A0 H.9k.. • Wwa STunas • •• •• • • CKrytUr, Samt Ut4t t AM \m pwti H,lHf OfM Oualily. • AA0 'H*** RMmnoR CLEANER Stops Stalling Rough Idling Hard Staning Duni C*ru,tla, Mla Vou Oriv*< l*mov*t Varniih fr Mo,*tura From Entir* fud Syltom ao/rnuBR/ nmMamKT' 12W • SS. I4.M ON rU I Uu ""^ GRACE SHJlfS Great" sroir MMMTSr/ 74mm mmtuu taavTe MHriH Kaaitti Mlatar 0*na Conoalan immm |lM.lt| AMHTAMI ManMM ta*.irT*ir IFf Stotkloatf CaoacinrUa TaJOOOU* fatliai^ l>a*tW wa JuSCwa ^rtactCof 0>Tfck Jacki UrtalMal VawCarinmaM IMOMNOM oaeaiof P*w,a>rt* • •^wi*iecojy ea*> COO" paM' "w "w" ** jwKooakpape'ioi fv*^s aewep'rt It a qooys>e>aaia make great| big prints! Kodak paper. Pwagoodlook at the times of your li the Headmaster's Award upon his graduation in 1960. located on a 300acre campus in the foothills of the Allegheny Mountains in Western Pennsylvania. Kiski has graduated approximately 4,000 students and yearly places members of its senior class in some of the most competitive colleges and universities in the country. With a commitment to a diverse student body, the school has attracted students from every state and from at least 20 foreign countries. Through the Alien R. Click Scholarship program. Kiski seeks to attract those candidates who reflect high academic promise and achievement within and without the classroom. Awardsare restricted to Nevada residents but are not limited to only those who can qualify for financiak aid. Any boy entering grades 9 through 12 is eligible for this competitive an#-renewable scholarship which covers all tuition, room and board expenses. Inquiries should be directed to Lee C. Crawford, Assistant to the Headmaster, Kiski School, Saltsburg, Pa. 15681, Telephone 412-639-^586. Deadline for completing the application process is May 30. 1979; final-decisions will be made by July 2. 1979. Kiski School admits students without discriminating on the basis of race, color, nationality or ethnic origin. In oid ScandinavM, it thought thit rowin trw brinchii plicid oir tha door would kiip tHt houii lafi from witchii. S24 NVIKR HWY 3aic?iwis If win ST. M-nw Drill up I child'i room with 1 itnpid iwninf iniidi thi windoM.

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I /, ^ • MOTHErS DAY CAKES FrM Mivry • •oulifully dcrot4 — Bi*d ttpMlolly hr MWmr lAKiRYSNOm S4 NcvMki Hwy., S.C. L.^,^.^m^m^m. 32 KALTOI mtUliMHdOr. 564-1553 ONfOF A KIND 4 Bdrm 1*4 Bath Lots ofroomoncul-de-sac Acre Horse Zoned VAlilY VIEW 3 Bdrm 1 Bath Family room, air conditioned. Fenced rear yard sprinklers. Neat and Clean WE'RE HERE TO HEITI If thcrt is any way wt con I assist you in tht fitid ofj Real Eslott, plts don't lhsitate to contact us atj Basic Realty. Herndon Smith, Broker ELEaRICIANS WELDERS MILLWRIGHTS TITANIUM MFALS CORP. OF AMERICA it seeking Journeyman classmen with 4 years minimum experience. Excellent wages A fringe benefits. Industrial heavy duty mechanics may apply os Millwrights. Houriy rates: Electricians, $9.56 hour; Welder $9.34 hour; Millwrights, $9.34 hour. To schedule an interview call collect... (702) 564-2544. TITANIUM METALS CORP. OF AMERICA P.O. BOX 2128 HENDERSON, NV 89015 AN AFFIRMATIVE AaiON EMPLOYEt M-F CHUCK CHANDLER'S BEST.^ wm NORTH AMERICAN SOCCER LEAGUE PRO SOCCER MONDAY MAY 28 Favorite GoaU I'ndrrdoR Cosmos 2-2'/, PORTLAND SEATTLE Even-Vi Rochester San Diego Pick em CALIFORNIA EDMONTON 'j-l San Jose Los Angeles l'j-2 ATLANTA Washington M'l DALLAS TULSA 1'T2 Philadelphia Detroit Even-'/i CHICAGO HOUSTON 114 Minnesota 1 FT. LAUDERDALE 2-2' Memphis NEW ENGLAND Even-'/, Toronto PRO SOCCER SATURDAY MAY 26 Favorite ffoaU t'ndtrdog Cosmos 2-2'2 CHICAGO PRO SOCCER WEDNESDAY MAY 30 Favorite Goals Underdog Vancouver IVi EDMONTON Seattle l'j-2 ATLANTA TULSA ':1 San Diego Dallas 1-1': DETROIT NEW ENGLAND Even-'/: Los Angeles California l':-2 PHILADELPHIA TAMPA BAY M'2 Memphis 1979. Mc\auj;ht Syndicate Inc ; HOUSE • FOR RENT • I 908 Polo Verde in Htnderson • New House. 3 bdrm 2 bth J • Single garaee Vacant. Rent •$395 Call 878-8770 • HOME I COMMIRCIAl JANITOR lAl SCtVICE Capable t Vary CUon. $5.00. par hr S64-SNI. Hdn BUMPER POOL w-rtvariibla I lablt top. Excal. 564-2670. Hdn. TABLE BUILDING INSPECTOR CITY OF HENDERSON ANNOUNCING EXAMINATIONS FOR EUGIBIUTY UST FOR BUIIOING INSPECTOR" Salary Rartga: $1,212-$1,41$ mo (7-1-79 6.5 parcant incraata). Intpatli buildingi and itructurai for compliortct with opprevad ploni in occordonce with proviiiont of ttatt ord local building and plumbing codai and ordinafKOt with provitioniot DC 2 HDKM BRICK HOME Only $285 Prestige Rentals. 457-4733 BOOKS I buy paperbacks, some hard backs. Sci Fi MjKaiines. comic books 5()4 5798 Frank 1 -XCKEVIEWLOT $500 down $200 mo 8>,' $12,500 Call und I will mail >ou map & directions 735 7006 ^ ^ Whether you're buying or I selling, the Want Ads 8 work every time! ^ HENDERSON HOME NEWS 564-1881 S BOULDER CITY NEWS 293-2302 S FOR SALE Cotton Rogi Any quantity up to 4,000 Ibt. All whit* or attortad colorad rogt CallS64-2621ercomabyS75 W. Laka Maod, Hdn. PATIO SALE Thuf • til 5 TV, Room coolar, MIK 1312 Appolooto, B.C. FOR SALE 17 ft 5th Whaal Trailar. Obi tink, (howar, $tool, ttove, top ovan t hcolar, 4et Watar Tank Slaapt 4 Vary good condition. 293374S BC FOR SALE 1 \ acres. $4500or 2 acre $7500 Water and elec tricty, low taxes 3600 ft elev. clean air 42 miles from Boulder City Term* available Box 485 Uolan Springs .\rii. B6441 or call 602 767 3583 r MOBILE HOME REPAIRS AND SERVICE 565-8290 J0HN'>1. ROBERTS, JR. I ROOM FOR RENT Hendtr >on Ph work day^. 871 177t) Evenings 565^7555 Ask for M Hdn at a MparviMt in gonafvl building construction work, prafarably supplemtntod by at laoit ona yaar of public contact work or tha aquivolant of aight yaort aipari• nce in ganaral centtruction work Mutt postait a valid Navodo Dnvart Licanta Must pass writtan aiominotion ond oral intarvlaw Final appeinlmant subjacl to o City paid physicol axominotion oitd background invastigotien Whora to Apply: Partonnal Oaporlmonl City of Handarion, 243 Watar Straat, Handarion, Navada S9015, Phona (702) 565-8921,Ext M,tam -5p.m Monday thru Friday Applications Must Ba Filad By 5 pm, Friday, Juna I. 1979 1974 CHEVY CAMARO Type LT. Power Steering & brakes AC, AMFM. 8 track Good condition Best offer over $2500 5650724 Hdn WANTED Experienced Salesman needed 10 dm to 6 pm Ph 564 2676 Hdn WANTED. 40 in elec stove in wodcond 283 2254 BC BOULDER CITY 4 bdrm 2 both Uwis Home, londscopad, Fancad Yord, $66,000 293-2791 or 293-1150 Order j home made cake for • mom Free Delivery BAK ERYSHOPPE546Nev Hwy 293 3863 BC I.ADY KENMOREelec dryer $75 Component stereo .quip 293 2355 BC FOR SALE. 88 Camaro \ulo. dir. runs good, needs paint $600 firm 293 1547 BC CARPOOL I work at Trop and the Strip Bam lo4 pm If interested in forming a carpool call 29:M244 Hr APARTMENTS FOR RENT. I'NFURN. $295. new 2 bdrm 1 bth. carpets, drapes stove, refrig, dishwasher See at 831 Ave A 731-5044 FOR RENT 1 bdrm. condo in Boulder Square $310 per mo Available May IS. Call 293 1832 BC 1 ^ />-.Tr \i^ ^MiliW Tkurtdoy. May 10, 1979 ^\3 By Clny R. Pollan FOR WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY. MAY 21,19791 If your birthday occurs this week... your health is fair, but you cm keep yourself going on' nerve force when the vitality runs low. You should learn to relax, aleep. rest andtake it easy. < Aries I Mar. 21. Apr. 19 Pluto 0 I Try this week to keep expenses down Revise your budget more tightly and save more. This could be an expensive peri(xi, but don t worry, as your financial prospect.s are good Romance beckons, but avoid a flirlation. Keep your plans somewhat secretive. I M Tourui Apr. 20 • Moy 20 \^enui ? | You II probably look on the brighter side of things now. You'll nave good reason to be more optimistic. Good news is likely which will benefit vour personal affairs. Be conservative. Protect your nard earned money Broaden your horizons Meet more people I iOt Camini May 21 • Junt 20 Mercury S ] You may learn how alorious loyal friendships can be. Be appreciative of vvhal someone has said favorably about your work. You Inspire confidence Many trust you with secrets and therr viluables Others are prone to lean on you and depend on you for guidance I ^g Conctr Juna 21-July 22 Moon 5 Do not be timid abojjt asking for help when you need it. This is a good lime to put official forms resumes or notices in the mail. Change plans willingly, if they're requested, but it's no time to change habits or resolulions. Overcome a tendency to brood. fiFuo July 23 -Aug. 22 Sun 0 I Take care of your well being religiously. You have a tendency to neglect personal comTorl. Aim at regular meals. Be more active and get plenty of fresh air You could meet with surprising good money success now. Join friends on a short trip, if invited I dL' Virgo Aug. 23 • Sapt. 22 Mercu^ 0. | If traveling, go in style and sUy at the best hotels, and Uke advanuge of the finest dining facilities Vour natural charisma attracts unusual people who can make your life more interesting. Always appear your best and wear fashionable clothes I fr libra Sept. 23 • Oct. 22 Venui f | A tediou^ exacting job is to be done whch should be completed this week Your sweetheart will need soothing Someone evidently has upset him/her. You possess unusually high psychic abilities and instinclively know where to turn for assistance and guidance. (• Scorpio Oct. 23 • Nov. 21 Mars : | A time to be more independent in thought and action. Rely mostly on your own counsel Be ready for a change of scenery It's smart to refrain from interfering in the affairs of others. Creative endeavors succeed now and relationships intensify. I IHSogittarlus Nov 22 • Dtc. 21 Jupiltr U | Proper self-expressing is now of paramount irnportance Tell it uke it is and set good examples Stay awav from persons who constantly sing the blues. Good times for asking the return of money owed you. One who opposes you may be bluffing Challenge them. I i^Copritern Dec. 22 -Jan. 19 Saturn b \ Active week. You may find yourself in a social whirl. You meet interesting peqple who inspire you. Expect news from friends who re at a distance Your powers of stamina are unusually good. Sensible goals are within reach. What is needed is available Stick to plans f ,<^ Aquarius Jan 20 • Fab 18 Uranus f I You will find yourself in distinguished company this week. Look vour best, be charming, use a little elusive scent Be simple but in the best of uste with dress. You 11 receive news that will provide a more secure feel ing You II receive assurances from one in authority I ti 'tstts Fab. 19 Mar. 20 Naptuna ; | Your prestige surges to new heights now You are ac cepted in the best circles. It s advisable to use sutus symbols discreetly and rarely. Don t hesitate to accept new ideas and systems Give them a fair try-out. Ha puzzling situation arises, be smart: do nothing. !it^'d\ scapad, Fancad Yard, $66,000. 293-2791 or< 293-1 ISO. FOR YOUR painting or paper hanging needs, call MURRAY MAINTENANCE Custom and courteous service Call 293-1662 Or293-1799 P\TIOSALE 4F\MILV j Thursday Morninu. May 10. 9 30 am. Corni-r of dinnerwood and Hi-d Mm Drive. Lamps. Anti que tools. edKiHR block, dishes, toys, clothing, adult and children. Odds and ends BY OWNER. 14 year old 3 bdrm. 2 bath Assumable loan. 293 1073 BC :BY OWNER-3BDRM. 2 JBATH HOUSE with den ;and outside utility. 1700 •sq (\ living area Alley • access 4 block from Ihigh school All block I home with 6 ft block !wall 2 central air cond I Extras Need minor fix Jup .Asking $63,000 or jPrincipals only ;873-7513 OPEN HOUSE — Sunday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. — HOUSE FOR SALE —'^ 1556 Georgia Ave., B.C. — MAKE AN OFFER — Market Research Interviewers part time, permanent job taking readership surveys for a national company No sellinii .No experience necessary Pay per interview plu.<> 17' a mile Call Charlotte Coan col led. 213 996-5566 or write her at 1811 Calafia St. Glendalc. Calif 91208 55 CHEV pickup runs good, new tires. Mag wheels. 8 track stereo. Auto turn siKnal Camper shell $1890 293 2064 BC BEE .SUPPLIES FOR SALE. Shallow supers Shallow frames honey jars, many other Items 628 Av H. 283 1542 BC FOR SALE USED PO.MOON BOAT 28 FOOT, rebuilt with new factdry made aluminum pontoons; twin 35'i, completely fenced for safety, shade top fbr sleeping, diving. See at Weekender Boil Shop on Boulder Highway. Henderson. liOOO C.\SH. Private owner .\sk Bill Rijrnolds about it. DELIVERIHG THE HEKDERSOK HOME HEWS CALL 564-1881 Ask for Kit qnt Ads Cont Page 33 Thundoy, Moy 10, 1979 Hndron Homt Ntwi and Buldtr City Nwt '* TW8V TBAVIl HAIUt. k Are you IWing with a Drinking Problem V? If lo, why not try Al • Anon Meetinfi are Tuci. 10 am St. Timothy'! Episcopal Church.Tues.8pm Club. 91 Water St. Wed. 7:30 p.m. St. Rote de Lima Hoip. For more iafermation. call 985-1083 FOR SALE Matching sleeper couch, chair and ottoman. Like new, 8200. 293-4719. B.C. BABYSITTER WANTED for the summer. 3 children, • ust be mature and reliable. 293-3973. B.C. •77 CHEVY CAPRICE CLASSIC, loaded, excel, cond. 293 4928. 929 Greenbriar. B.C. WANno.-Had.an,„o,iJ. pan^nt brUkloyar, caramic tila iniiallar, painter. i. 9$.84S. MOVE FORCES SALE 1978 Cordova, 20 ft. 229 CMC. Excel cond. All iki and safety equip. Included. 88,000 491-1870. CASINETS BY RUKREST FREE ESTIMATES CALL 589 7700 VAUN GARUCK KArea Raprescntative PULL YOUR OWN MOBILE HOME Have trailer truck reasonable. 545-8007 Hdn FOR SALE dining room set, 870. Call 203-3229 aderSpm. B.C. FORREMT HENRRSdN Brand new 3 fc 4 bdrm. homes. Hic't neighborhood, -near park. Some with Las Vegas k Mtn. Views. $450. iper mo 4 up Grtof Ntvodo Proprtif s Co. 564-2878 REALTORS 385-1033 WAREHOUSE k DELIVERY MAN. Must have 2 yrs. residency, High School education li Nav. Driver's Lieanta. Ap^ly in person at ^ MeMaban's Fum. Store, 147 Water St.. Hdn. WILL DEAL: Want 29 gal. \ Butane Tank. Have two 5 V gal tanks. Ph. 589-0823. Hdn. iFOR SALE BY OWNER • immaculate 2 yr. old B.C. Lewis home. So. hosp., near golf course and schools. 3 bdrm., 2 bath fam. rm.. form, dining, dbl. gar., auto sprinklers, landscaped with wall. Exceptional appearance and neighborhood. 293-2880 B.C. NEVADA INN Is now taking application for mature maid. 203-2044 BC TRAILER FOR SALE: 1984 Belrooot. 10x50. 2 bdrm., very good condition $3,000. Call 564-2626 or 565-0533 Hdn. FREE UTIL. Artist Studio Only $150. Call now. Prestige Rentals. 497-4733. WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME Days. Licensed. Call 565-in42. Hdn. • • • • • • • • • • aai FOR RENT Water Truck Call 293-2276 I—— — • • • • 811 FREE TO GOOD HOME 3 cats 8 wks 1 yr. 4 2 yrs. old Ph 585-7319 Hdn HOMES BY HOWARD prowlly presents FAIRVltW ESTATES Spacious 3 bdrm. homes priced for our grand opening only from $55,000. See our model at 203 Kola Ave. (Boulder Highway to Major, Major east to Kola. 564-5920 or 382-1144. FOR SALE Dbl Wide Mobile Heme. 30x60 air. 3 bdrm., 2 bath adults only. Moore's Trailer Park. No 701 Elm. No. 70 B BC. 117.900. 203-3032 293 1573. 3 BDRM. 1 BATH HOUSE FOR RENT Large fenced yard Ph. 864 3606 FOR SALE 12x60 Buddy Mobile Home. In Adult Park. Shed, awning, skirting, 2^porches, some furn.. new drapes 2 or 3 bdrm.. 1 bth. Newly painted exterior $6,900 Call 565-8975 Hdn. (HELP WANTED (CHANGE GIRL. Snak Bar, Gift Shop. Apply in I person to GOLD STRIKE I INN. B.C. 1 CHECK THIS Lot in Kanar raville. Utah with septic tank. $5500. If you want a 3 bedroom trailer, already on the lot. and the lot, $13,000. 565-7164 $500,564-1631. Hdn. MOBILE DELIGHT $160 2 big bdrm., air, yard for pat. Prastige RcaUls. 407-4733. FOR RENT 2 bdrm. duplex. Onechild Nopets $300 1st mo in advance. $100 security deposit. $75 cleaning. For appointment: Call 565-9014 Hdn. FREE: 4 yr old German Shepherd. Loves children. Call alter 530 pm 56^0219. Hdn APT FOR RENT IN HENDER SON. 2 bdrm.. unf. Washerdryer, refrig. stove, garbage disposal Fairly new. $260 mo plus security deposit Call 876-4887 or leave mes sage. GARAGE SALE 30 Lowery St. May 11. 12. k 13. Platform rocker, maple rocker. Slim Gym. wigs, large mirror, lumber, small hand tools, money changer for slots Miscellaneous items Hdn. APARTMi(4T RANOi$, 2fl-S40l. ] — NEW HOME I $43,600. Excellent location, 3 D JENSEN'S REALTY 219 WAT6 ST. • ^'*** H'NOMSON.NV. 89015 D. "JIM" JENSEN BROKER 564-3333 UNF.HOUSEinB.C forrent 3 bdrm.. 2 bth.. drapes, new Lewis Home Stove, ref. $500 mo Call Nick, 736-8960. HELP WANTED: Prefer someone living in and knows Hdn. and BC area, for route man as Pest Control operator Call 382-4171. NOW RENTING: LMS Mini Storage, 1601 Athol St Henderson. Nev (Behind Bingo Barn) 564-2555 FOR SALE BY OWNER Lewis Home: 4 bdrm 2 bth. den. new 18 x 26 fam room w-fireplace. Gas k Elec. Lawn front k back. Fruit trees k trees, storage shed k close to schools. $51,500. Ph. 565^0137 Hdn <-% • > • ; I SPECIAL OF THE WEEK OWNER BOUGHT AND IS ANXIOUS TO SELL this 4 bdrm.. 1^ bath home in very desirable area. Carpet and drapes throughout Mirrored walls. 2 car garage, covered patio. Shows well. Call Sue 564-3333 BEAUTIFUL 4 BDRM. 2 bath home in Section 27. Spacious custpm built home with many exclusive features. Corral for Horses Exquisite fireplace, huge family room, housewife's dream for a kitchen and much, much more. Adjoining acre may be purchased to make this a one acre ranch. Call Jim J64-3333I 3.000 SQ FT STORE FOR LEASE in newly remodeled Shopping Center Call 964-3333 for more information. BEAT THE HEAT in this beauUfljl pool with a private I area. Custom built 3 bdrm 2 bath home in Section 19. Fireplace, vacuum system, intercom, two car garage. automatic garage door optntr Call for an appointment .984-3333 { NEW 2 BDRM HOME in fast growing area. Great starter house Upgraded carpeting throughout Solid birch cabineU. This is a real buy at $33.00000 Call Randy J84-3333 SEARCHUGHT PROPERTY AVAILABLE Commercial and residfatial lots. CallAl J64-3333 I POPULAR HIGHUND HILLS MODEL 3 bdrm.. 1% bath. Nice family home Large yard with fenced rear and sides. Big country kitchen, fireplaee, carpets, drapes and much aore. 1 Call AI „ 964-3333 I DRASTIC PRIOe REDUCTION on a 3 bdrm 2 baUi home in SecUon 27. Beautifiil fireplace and kitchen. |400s4|. ft. basement Intercom, central vacuum. To see ill the possibilities... Call Randy „....„ J64-3333 j WE HAVE SEVERAL LAS VEGAS USTINCS. If yo I are interested, please give us a call. OPEN MONDAY THIU SATUIDAY 9:00 A.AII. TO 6:00 FJi AFTII HOUIS CAU JIM JENSEN 565-0677 SUE BLAIR 565^400 AUCtFIFE .4M-M82 RA N DY WOOTTON MKHU JACK SEIDtMAN JW-TTIB AL Lef RANCOIS J.—J84-ra PAULGARGIS 9054ri y\ -^adio i TV Service t olnr ( f iilf I FOR SALE. 10 ft. camper shell. $200. fits wide pick up bad. Oak bunk bds dresser with mattresses. $200 293-4478 BC SMALL SPA. fiberglass, fully equipped 293-1832 BC FOR RENT. 2 bdrm. IH bath. 2 story townhouse in BC Fire place, fenced yard, covered parking, laundry room No pets. $350 per mo. plus de posit. 457-6554. FOR SALE, 1975 Me Too, $3000 or 17H ft. self contained See at 100 Nevada Hwy., BC Rest stop. W.F. Beard FOR SALE 1973 FORD LTD passenger wagon, air cond.. radio, heater, all power, interior excell. low mileage, below low book, $1275 293-4517 or 293-5361. BC FOR SALE Six Pac sleeper camper for 8 foot truck bed Has table, excell cond $500 Sears best portable auto dishwasher, avocado green, hardwood cutting board top. $100. 293-3318 after 4:30 p.m. Weekdays, anytime weekends BC ( *••••••••< SIGNS by' 565-0262, Spring Cleaning' Free Pick up Men to lilt load heavy items Donations Betty Honn's Animal Adoption Tax deductible. 381-A137 I Move in in 60 days pick your I evenings, 878-3371 I 878-2200. • 72 DODGE CHALLENGER, excel, cond. $2.000.293-4926 BC 525 Greenbriar Judi's Typing Service Work done by profes^iona typist. No job loo big or too small Call Judi. 293-5215 after 5 p m J a '), FOR SALE BY OWNER in Henderson Highland Hills, 4 bdrm., 2 bath, custom drapes throughout, up graded carpet, fully land scaped, auto, sprinklers system front li back, block wall 2 yrs old. Immaculate. 614 Hidden Valley Dr Hdn 565-6270 FOR SALE 4 channel stereo system. Teac Reel 7". Pioneer Rec Kenwood Turn Tbl JVC Graphic equaluer. 1 pr. Pioneer H PM lOOspkrs, 2JBLspkrs, with 7" reels. 293-3394 B C £LEC DBL OVEN. Gas tab letop 4 burner drop-in range. Coppertone. Trundle bed Ph. 565-9311 Hdn BC GINGERWOOD P.\RK. 1978.14x65 Flamingo. 2 dr. IVt bath. AppI skirting, awning. dbl. carport, extras, landscaped 876 6996 293 5340. evenings >QOOOOOOOBOOOOOBOOaDOaOO LICENSED REAL ESTATE SALESPEOPLE NEEDED Up to 90% of commissions Call: ROBERTS REALTY 565-8947 OBOBBBBPBOOBBB HorrH! \5 fii^aitg ^ U Of tiro') SL^ CUSTOM HOAtf SITES Choeia your let. Nw Cuilem plans from two Vi acr* horn* litos rtmoining on Bik. Mtn. Coll Don. 4S3-2224. (AIMK. Coroon Rtalty). WATER STREET C 2 home with addition on kitchen and 9xP r;iinily room 70x108 lot $60,000 PITTMAN RA Property 100x135 lot with 3 bdrm 2 bath home now under construction $45,000 MOVE TO PEACE k QLIET In Mission Hills Situated on 1 acreandorfers3bdrms,2baths*2cargara Garage is completely finished and ready to convert. C vered front porch with beautiful view of Vegas Valley. TWO BDRM WITH GUEST HOUSE 2 bdrm 1 bath home close to town with guest house in rear, completely fenced COMMERCIAL ON WATER Two bdrm 1 balh with full basement Great for ofTice of small business $50,000 SECTION 4 IV4 acre with all utilities and ready to build on This lot is level with beautiful panoramic view. $25,000 Ml PROPERTY On Sunset Road 15.000 sq ft building space on approx 25 acres Please call for appt 565-8916 TWO BEDROOM HOME On Cul de Sac with additional lot suitable for building This well kept home has I'l baths. 2 car garage and 2 car carport Call Morrell Realty for ap pointmeot. HORSE COUNTRY • Beautiful 3 bdrm.. 2 full bath home in Section 27 This large home has many amenities including 600 sq ft. basement, sunken tub in master bdrm and much more 565-8016. 3.27 ACRES Next to Palm Mortuary. Beautifkil parcel with potential for resoning. 289x500' Look into the future and invest in land „ ^ „ MOBILE HOME k LOT In Henderson Trailer Estates. 2 bdrm 1 4 4 bath. Well kept with loti of shade trees. Completely fenced Affordably priced at $29,800 SECTION 27 Three bedroom, 2 ftill bath. 2 car garage on '^ acre Separate family and dining rooms Bay window in formal dining room and large covered patio $85,500 TWO BDRM. TOWNSITE Great assumption Close to town and shopping. New roof Only $41,500. LAS VEGAS TOWNHOUSE Two bdrm I bath. Professionally decorated and landscaped $56,900. 2W ACRES Near Paradise Spa, between 1-15 k L. V. Blvd So. Zoned RE. Call for complete details. SHEITROCK K}R SALE • 80H 12, 40 W i4 I 12. Coppor tubing. Full rolls 8 "i and ^ K. Job ovorago. 565-8648. Hdn. 1971 Ford Station Wagon 293-4330 BC YARD SALE. Sat. 19th 9 am 821 Clarice. M*M Mobile Home Park. BC "Mmll RMlty is i HoMtMM Wir^' EVALYN MORtfU BROKER Peg Cole. Barbara McNtir..... Millie Potter Chuck Trueworthy Mac McCurry David A. Crine -J64-1754 -9IM663 .504-1013 S65-9008 S6M089 42 WATEt ST., HENDERSON, NEVADA 55-l9l 4 REALTORS 125W.LokeMMdOr., Hendenen. Nevada 1565-8947^ tIZI ILICTRIC raesanable, FOR RENT Db wide 24x64. 3 bdrm. 2 bath, fam rm. wet bar. unfurn Gingerwood Adult Park BC 293-1430 BC FOR LEASE. 2 bdrm. duplex Carpet, drapes, built in kit washer, dryer Water and sewer paid $335 mo First, last, plus $100 293 3468. BC WARMj^Q^Y' describes the earth tones and pride of ownership in this spacious three bedroom. 2 bath Desert Hills home Established neighborhood with large trees and mature shrubs Large living and family rooms $56,000 eves call 584-2332 K>R SAO, 1M UVi ft. CiMllinar, alt akiminum, 35 HP oical. cand., sao to oppraciafo. $800 firm. Coll on wknrfi. only, 33-30S5. B.C. HOUSf KM RiNT IN 8.C. 7 bdrm. mMan brick, corpot thrvawt, waslwr, dryWr, dithwoihor, ditpetal. ola<. stovo, rolrig, no pott, no children. Working coupio or rotirod coupio dosired. $285. 293-3108. 8.C. 72 Bwkti Oron Sport with air, 8 track stonM, one ownor, clean, asking $1700.293-3076.8.C. CONSTRUCTION SECURITY GUARD. $2.90 por hour, plus gotallowanco. Malt or fomale mutt have (loon record, dopondabl* auto, tinifermt furn. Older portent welcome. B.C. and Hend. oponingt. Aneris ability to deal effectively with the public. Cash register experience helpful, but not necessary. Salar>' IS $2 30 hour Applications may be obtained from the Henderson Personnel Department. City Hall. 243 Water Street 13658921. Ext 14) Applies tions must be filed by 500 p m Monday. May 14, 1979 For sale; 1975 Chevrolet Scottsdale 4 x 4^ ton pickup truck Loaded $5800. Ph. 293-4661 BC FREE PIGEONS 565-8510. HELP WANTED, part time female companion to el derly lady. Appt for interview. 293 4090 BC HELP WANTED grill person.* male, or female, over 21. Weekend work included 293 1891 BC FULLER BRUSH 1 cent sale now on. Call 293-4763 after 1 pm BC 1978 SUZUKI RM 250. excellent cond Original tires. $1050. Call 451-1870 1960 4 Ton FORD LONGBED, cherry body. 292 needs put together. 352. 1967 Ford engine goes with or separate $400forall.$250fortrucli.or $200forengine 293-4801.-BC 55 Ft. Cyclone fence, including all hardware 5 ft Hi 293-4330 BC 1978 Mini Winnebago. 20H R Roof and dash air, generator, stereo. 440 V8.10 miles per gal $16,000 481 1870 VIEW OF A LIFETIMEI Magnificently situated on IS acres, this custom four bedroom, 3 bath with mother-In law quarters has a fabulous gourmet kitchen with center island and custom cabinets. Sunken dining room, double fireplace, large game room plus much more! Priced $115,000. Eves call 584-2332 r^RCKOUS EXECUTIVE HOME! on H .Acre IcK Two large master bedrooms, separate office, formal dining area off the enourmous livingroom. Family-room with wet bar and fireplace Asking price only $50. a square foot' $96,000 eves Call W4-23a. 5 ACRES SECTION 4 Beautiful view of the Valley. Eves, call 565-6897 C 2 BOULDER HIGHWAY PROP ERTY Call office for more informa tion Eves Call 565-6897 NEW OTTAWA!! Never been lived in! Extra large master bedroom, double fireplace and a super assumption Priced $69,900 Eves call 283 5462 GOOD FAMILY HOME" Close to school and shopping 3 bedrooms m baths with range, refrigerator, carpeting, plus big fenced yard All this for only $45,000 Eves Call S0548r P\RAD1SE $35,000 HILLS 5 Acres PAHRUMP terms 5 acres $14,000 Good CALL K>t FtEf MAlKr ANALYSIS Of YOUl HOME. Vhrrsn frifiiiMi BrafaAr S4S-94S1 S6II s64-ina }}-e97 iomei S ooWoi -_ ...S64-MI* rBVtn ^wWV^PW ..•...„(>..•• • >9)-S46] u

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I /, ^ • MOTHErS DAY CAKES FrM Mivry • •oulifully dcrot4 — Bi*d ttpMlolly hr MWmr lAKiRYSNOm S4 NcvMki Hwy., S.C. L.^,^.^m^m^m. 32 KALTOI mtUliMHdOr. 564-1553 ONfOF A KIND 4 Bdrm 1*4 Bath Lots ofroomoncul-de-sac Acre Horse Zoned VAlilY VIEW 3 Bdrm 1 Bath Family room, air conditioned. Fenced rear yard sprinklers. Neat and Clean WE'RE HERE TO HEITI If thcrt is any way wt con I assist you in tht fitid ofj Real Eslott, plts don't lhsitate to contact us atj Basic Realty. Herndon Smith, Broker ELEaRICIANS WELDERS MILLWRIGHTS TITANIUM MFALS CORP. OF AMERICA it seeking Journeyman classmen with 4 years minimum experience. Excellent wages A fringe benefits. Industrial heavy duty mechanics may apply os Millwrights. Houriy rates: Electricians, $9.56 hour; Welder $9.34 hour; Millwrights, $9.34 hour. To schedule an interview call collect... (702) 564-2544. TITANIUM METALS CORP. OF AMERICA P.O. BOX 2128 HENDERSON, NV 89015 AN AFFIRMATIVE AaiON EMPLOYEt M-F CHUCK CHANDLER'S BEST.^ wm NORTH AMERICAN SOCCER LEAGUE PRO SOCCER MONDAY MAY 28 Favorite GoaU I'ndrrdoR Cosmos 2-2'/, PORTLAND SEATTLE Even-Vi Rochester San Diego Pick em CALIFORNIA EDMONTON 'j-l San Jose Los Angeles l'j-2 ATLANTA Washington M'l DALLAS TULSA 1'T2 Philadelphia Detroit Even-'/i CHICAGO HOUSTON 114 Minnesota 1 FT. LAUDERDALE 2-2' Memphis NEW ENGLAND Even-'/, Toronto PRO SOCCER SATURDAY MAY 26 Favorite ffoaU t'ndtrdog Cosmos 2-2'2 CHICAGO PRO SOCCER WEDNESDAY MAY 30 Favorite Goals Underdog Vancouver IVi EDMONTON Seattle l'j-2 ATLANTA TULSA ':1 San Diego Dallas 1-1': DETROIT NEW ENGLAND Even-'/: Los Angeles California l':-2 PHILADELPHIA TAMPA BAY M'2 Memphis 1979. Mc\auj;ht Syndicate Inc ; HOUSE • FOR RENT • I 908 Polo Verde in Htnderson • New House. 3 bdrm 2 bth J • Single garaee Vacant. Rent •$395 Call 878-8770 • HOME I COMMIRCIAl JANITOR lAl SCtVICE Capable t Vary CUon. $5.00. par hr S64-SNI. Hdn BUMPER POOL w-rtvariibla I lablt top. Excal. 564-2670. Hdn. TABLE BUILDING INSPECTOR CITY OF HENDERSON ANNOUNCING EXAMINATIONS FOR EUGIBIUTY UST FOR BUIIOING INSPECTOR" Salary Rartga: $1,212-$1,41$ mo (7-1-79 6.5 parcant incraata). Intpatli buildingi and itructurai for compliortct with opprevad ploni in occordonce with proviiiont of ttatt ord local building and plumbing codai and ordinafKOt with provitioniot DC 2 HDKM BRICK HOME Only $285 Prestige Rentals. 457-4733 BOOKS I buy paperbacks, some hard backs. Sci Fi MjKaiines. comic books 5()4 5798 Frank 1 -XCKEVIEWLOT $500 down $200 mo 8>,' $12,500 Call und I will mail >ou map & directions 735 7006 ^ ^ Whether you're buying or I selling, the Want Ads 8 work every time! ^ HENDERSON HOME NEWS 564-1881 S BOULDER CITY NEWS 293-2302 S FOR SALE Cotton Rogi Any quantity up to 4,000 Ibt. All whit* or attortad colorad rogt CallS64-2621ercomabyS75 W. Laka Maod, Hdn. PATIO SALE Thuf • til 5 TV, Room coolar, MIK 1312 Appolooto, B.C. FOR SALE 17 ft 5th Whaal Trailar. Obi tink, (howar, $tool, ttove, top ovan t hcolar, 4et Watar Tank Slaapt 4 Vary good condition. 293374S BC FOR SALE 1 \ acres. $4500or 2 acre $7500 Water and elec tricty, low taxes 3600 ft elev. clean air 42 miles from Boulder City Term* available Box 485 Uolan Springs .\rii. B6441 or call 602 767 3583 r MOBILE HOME REPAIRS AND SERVICE 565-8290 J0HN'>1. ROBERTS, JR. I ROOM FOR RENT Hendtr >on Ph work day^. 871 177t) Evenings 565^7555 Ask for M Hdn at a MparviMt in gonafvl building construction work, prafarably supplemtntod by at laoit ona yaar of public contact work or tha aquivolant of aight yaort aipari• nce in ganaral centtruction work Mutt postait a valid Navodo Dnvart Licanta Must pass writtan aiominotion ond oral intarvlaw Final appeinlmant subjacl to o City paid physicol axominotion oitd background invastigotien Whora to Apply: Partonnal Oaporlmonl City of Handarion, 243 Watar Straat, Handarion, Navada S9015, Phona (702) 565-8921,Ext M,tam -5p.m Monday thru Friday Applications Must Ba Filad By 5 pm, Friday, Juna I. 1979 1974 CHEVY CAMARO Type LT. Power Steering & brakes AC, AMFM. 8 track Good condition Best offer over $2500 5650724 Hdn WANTED Experienced Salesman needed 10 dm to 6 pm Ph 564 2676 Hdn WANTED. 40 in elec stove in wodcond 283 2254 BC BOULDER CITY 4 bdrm 2 both Uwis Home, londscopad, Fancad Yord, $66,000 293-2791 or 293-1150 Order j home made cake for • mom Free Delivery BAK ERYSHOPPE546Nev Hwy 293 3863 BC I.ADY KENMOREelec dryer $75 Component stereo .quip 293 2355 BC FOR SALE. 88 Camaro \ulo. dir. runs good, needs paint $600 firm 293 1547 BC CARPOOL I work at Trop and the Strip Bam lo4 pm If interested in forming a carpool call 29:M244 Hr APARTMENTS FOR RENT. I'NFURN. $295. new 2 bdrm 1 bth. carpets, drapes stove, refrig, dishwasher See at 831 Ave A 731-5044 FOR RENT 1 bdrm. condo in Boulder Square $310 per mo Available May IS. Call 293 1832 BC 1 ^ />-.Tr \i^ ^MiliW Tkurtdoy. May 10, 1979 ^\3 By Clny R. Pollan FOR WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY. MAY 21,19791 If your birthday occurs this week... your health is fair, but you cm keep yourself going on' nerve force when the vitality runs low. You should learn to relax, aleep. rest andtake it easy. < Aries I Mar. 21. Apr. 19 Pluto 0 I Try this week to keep expenses down Revise your budget more tightly and save more. This could be an expensive peri(xi, but don t worry, as your financial prospect.s are good Romance beckons, but avoid a flirlation. Keep your plans somewhat secretive. I M Tourui Apr. 20 • Moy 20 \^enui ? | You II probably look on the brighter side of things now. You'll nave good reason to be more optimistic. Good news is likely which will benefit vour personal affairs. Be conservative. Protect your nard earned money Broaden your horizons Meet more people I iOt Camini May 21 • Junt 20 Mercury S ] You may learn how alorious loyal friendships can be. Be appreciative of vvhal someone has said favorably about your work. You Inspire confidence Many trust you with secrets and therr viluables Others are prone to lean on you and depend on you for guidance I ^g Conctr Juna 21-July 22 Moon 5 Do not be timid abojjt asking for help when you need it. This is a good lime to put official forms resumes or notices in the mail. Change plans willingly, if they're requested, but it's no time to change habits or resolulions. Overcome a tendency to brood. fiFuo July 23 -Aug. 22 Sun 0 I Take care of your well being religiously. You have a tendency to neglect personal comTorl. Aim at regular meals. Be more active and get plenty of fresh air You could meet with surprising good money success now. Join friends on a short trip, if invited I dL' Virgo Aug. 23 • Sapt. 22 Mercu^ 0. | If traveling, go in style and sUy at the best hotels, and Uke advanuge of the finest dining facilities Vour natural charisma attracts unusual people who can make your life more interesting. Always appear your best and wear fashionable clothes I fr libra Sept. 23 • Oct. 22 Venui f | A tediou^ exacting job is to be done whch should be completed this week Your sweetheart will need soothing Someone evidently has upset him/her. You possess unusually high psychic abilities and instinclively know where to turn for assistance and guidance. (• Scorpio Oct. 23 • Nov. 21 Mars : | A time to be more independent in thought and action. Rely mostly on your own counsel Be ready for a change of scenery It's smart to refrain from interfering in the affairs of others. Creative endeavors succeed now and relationships intensify. I IHSogittarlus Nov 22 • Dtc. 21 Jupiltr U | Proper self-expressing is now of paramount irnportance Tell it uke it is and set good examples Stay awav from persons who constantly sing the blues. Good times for asking the return of money owed you. One who opposes you may be bluffing Challenge them. I i^Copritern Dec. 22 -Jan. 19 Saturn b \ Active week. You may find yourself in a social whirl. You meet interesting peqple who inspire you. Expect news from friends who re at a distance Your powers of stamina are unusually good. Sensible goals are within reach. What is needed is available Stick to plans f ,<^ Aquarius Jan 20 • Fab 18 Uranus f I You will find yourself in distinguished company this week. Look vour best, be charming, use a little elusive scent Be simple but in the best of uste with dress. You 11 receive news that will provide a more secure feel ing You II receive assurances from one in authority I ti 'tstts Fab. 19 Mar. 20 Naptuna ; | Your prestige surges to new heights now You are ac cepted in the best circles. It s advisable to use sutus symbols discreetly and rarely. Don t hesitate to accept new ideas and systems Give them a fair try-out. Ha puzzling situation arises, be smart: do nothing. !it^'d\ scapad, Fancad Yard, $66,000. 293-2791 or< 293-1 ISO. FOR YOUR painting or paper hanging needs, call MURRAY MAINTENANCE Custom and courteous service Call 293-1662 Or293-1799 P\TIOSALE 4F\MILV j Thursday Morninu. May 10. 9 30 am. Corni-r of dinnerwood and Hi-d Mm Drive. Lamps. Anti que tools. edKiHR block, dishes, toys, clothing, adult and children. Odds and ends BY OWNER. 14 year old 3 bdrm. 2 bath Assumable loan. 293 1073 BC :BY OWNER-3BDRM. 2 JBATH HOUSE with den ;and outside utility. 1700 •sq (\ living area Alley • access 4 block from Ihigh school All block I home with 6 ft block !wall 2 central air cond I Extras Need minor fix Jup .Asking $63,000 or jPrincipals only ;873-7513 OPEN HOUSE — Sunday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. — HOUSE FOR SALE —'^ 1556 Georgia Ave., B.C. — MAKE AN OFFER — Market Research Interviewers part time, permanent job taking readership surveys for a national company No sellinii .No experience necessary Pay per interview plu.<> 17' a mile Call Charlotte Coan col led. 213 996-5566 or write her at 1811 Calafia St. Glendalc. Calif 91208 55 CHEV pickup runs good, new tires. Mag wheels. 8 track stereo. Auto turn siKnal Camper shell $1890 293 2064 BC BEE .SUPPLIES FOR SALE. Shallow supers Shallow frames honey jars, many other Items 628 Av H. 283 1542 BC FOR SALE USED PO.MOON BOAT 28 FOOT, rebuilt with new factdry made aluminum pontoons; twin 35'i, completely fenced for safety, shade top fbr sleeping, diving. See at Weekender Boil Shop on Boulder Highway. Henderson. liOOO C.\SH. Private owner .\sk Bill Rijrnolds about it. DELIVERIHG THE HEKDERSOK HOME HEWS CALL 564-1881 Ask for Kit qnt Ads Cont Page 33 Thundoy, Moy 10, 1979 Hndron Homt Ntwi and Buldtr City Nwt '* TW8V TBAVIl HAIUt. k Are you IWing with a Drinking Problem V? If lo, why not try Al • Anon Meetinfi are Tuci. 10 am St. Timothy'! Episcopal Church.Tues.8pm Club. 91 Water St. Wed. 7:30 p.m. St. Rote de Lima Hoip. For more iafermation. call 985-1083 FOR SALE Matching sleeper couch, chair and ottoman. Like new, 8200. 293-4719. B.C. BABYSITTER WANTED for the summer. 3 children, • ust be mature and reliable. 293-3973. B.C. •77 CHEVY CAPRICE CLASSIC, loaded, excel, cond. 293 4928. 929 Greenbriar. B.C. WANno.-Had.an,„o,iJ. pan^nt brUkloyar, caramic tila iniiallar, painter. i. 9$.84S. MOVE FORCES SALE 1978 Cordova, 20 ft. 229 CMC. Excel cond. All iki and safety equip. Included. 88,000 491-1870. CASINETS BY RUKREST FREE ESTIMATES CALL 589 7700 VAUN GARUCK KArea Raprescntative PULL YOUR OWN MOBILE HOME Have trailer truck reasonable. 545-8007 Hdn FOR SALE dining room set, 870. Call 203-3229 aderSpm. B.C. FORREMT HENRRSdN Brand new 3 fc 4 bdrm. homes. Hic't neighborhood, -near park. Some with Las Vegas k Mtn. Views. $450. iper mo 4 up Grtof Ntvodo Proprtif s Co. 564-2878 REALTORS 385-1033 WAREHOUSE k DELIVERY MAN. Must have 2 yrs. residency, High School education li Nav. Driver's Lieanta. Ap^ly in person at ^ MeMaban's Fum. Store, 147 Water St.. Hdn. WILL DEAL: Want 29 gal. \ Butane Tank. Have two 5 V gal tanks. Ph. 589-0823. Hdn. iFOR SALE BY OWNER • immaculate 2 yr. old B.C. Lewis home. So. hosp., near golf course and schools. 3 bdrm., 2 bath fam. rm.. form, dining, dbl. gar., auto sprinklers, landscaped with wall. Exceptional appearance and neighborhood. 293-2880 B.C. NEVADA INN Is now taking application for mature maid. 203-2044 BC TRAILER FOR SALE: 1984 Belrooot. 10x50. 2 bdrm., very good condition $3,000. Call 564-2626 or 565-0533 Hdn. FREE UTIL. Artist Studio Only $150. Call now. Prestige Rentals. 497-4733. WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME Days. Licensed. Call 565-in42. Hdn. • • • • • • • • • • aai FOR RENT Water Truck Call 293-2276 I—— — • • • • 811 FREE TO GOOD HOME 3 cats 8 wks 1 yr. 4 2 yrs. old Ph 585-7319 Hdn HOMES BY HOWARD prowlly presents FAIRVltW ESTATES Spacious 3 bdrm. homes priced for our grand opening only from $55,000. See our model at 203 Kola Ave. (Boulder Highway to Major, Major east to Kola. 564-5920 or 382-1144. FOR SALE Dbl Wide Mobile Heme. 30x60 air. 3 bdrm., 2 bath adults only. Moore's Trailer Park. No 701 Elm. No. 70 B BC. 117.900. 203-3032 293 1573. 3 BDRM. 1 BATH HOUSE FOR RENT Large fenced yard Ph. 864 3606 FOR SALE 12x60 Buddy Mobile Home. In Adult Park. Shed, awning, skirting, 2^porches, some furn.. new drapes 2 or 3 bdrm.. 1 bth. Newly painted exterior $6,900 Call 565-8975 Hdn. (HELP WANTED (CHANGE GIRL. Snak Bar, Gift Shop. Apply in I person to GOLD STRIKE I INN. B.C. 1 CHECK THIS Lot in Kanar raville. Utah with septic tank. $5500. If you want a 3 bedroom trailer, already on the lot. and the lot, $13,000. 565-7164 $500,564-1631. Hdn. MOBILE DELIGHT $160 2 big bdrm., air, yard for pat. Prastige RcaUls. 407-4733. FOR RENT 2 bdrm. duplex. Onechild Nopets $300 1st mo in advance. $100 security deposit. $75 cleaning. For appointment: Call 565-9014 Hdn. FREE: 4 yr old German Shepherd. Loves children. Call alter 530 pm 56^0219. Hdn APT FOR RENT IN HENDER SON. 2 bdrm.. unf. Washerdryer, refrig. stove, garbage disposal Fairly new. $260 mo plus security deposit Call 876-4887 or leave mes sage. GARAGE SALE 30 Lowery St. May 11. 12. k 13. Platform rocker, maple rocker. Slim Gym. wigs, large mirror, lumber, small hand tools, money changer for slots Miscellaneous items Hdn. APARTMi(4T RANOi$, 2fl-S40l. ] — NEW HOME I $43,600. Excellent location, 3 D JENSEN'S REALTY 219 WAT6 ST. • ^'*** H'NOMSON.NV. 89015 D. "JIM" JENSEN BROKER 564-3333 UNF.HOUSEinB.C forrent 3 bdrm.. 2 bth.. drapes, new Lewis Home Stove, ref. $500 mo Call Nick, 736-8960. HELP WANTED: Prefer someone living in and knows Hdn. and BC area, for route man as Pest Control operator Call 382-4171. NOW RENTING: LMS Mini Storage, 1601 Athol St Henderson. Nev (Behind Bingo Barn) 564-2555 FOR SALE BY OWNER Lewis Home: 4 bdrm 2 bth. den. new 18 x 26 fam room w-fireplace. Gas k Elec. Lawn front k back. Fruit trees k trees, storage shed k close to schools. $51,500. Ph. 565^0137 Hdn <-% • > • ; I SPECIAL OF THE WEEK OWNER BOUGHT AND IS ANXIOUS TO SELL this 4 bdrm.. 1^ bath home in very desirable area. Carpet and drapes throughout Mirrored walls. 2 car garage, covered patio. Shows well. Call Sue 564-3333 BEAUTIFUL 4 BDRM. 2 bath home in Section 27. Spacious custpm built home with many exclusive features. Corral for Horses Exquisite fireplace, huge family room, housewife's dream for a kitchen and much, much more. Adjoining acre may be purchased to make this a one acre ranch. Call Jim J64-3333I 3.000 SQ FT STORE FOR LEASE in newly remodeled Shopping Center Call 964-3333 for more information. BEAT THE HEAT in this beauUfljl pool with a private I area. Custom built 3 bdrm 2 bath home in Section 19. Fireplace, vacuum system, intercom, two car garage. automatic garage door optntr Call for an appointment .984-3333 { NEW 2 BDRM HOME in fast growing area. Great starter house Upgraded carpeting throughout Solid birch cabineU. This is a real buy at $33.00000 Call Randy J84-3333 SEARCHUGHT PROPERTY AVAILABLE Commercial and residfatial lots. CallAl J64-3333 I POPULAR HIGHUND HILLS MODEL 3 bdrm.. 1% bath. Nice family home Large yard with fenced rear and sides. Big country kitchen, fireplaee, carpets, drapes and much aore. 1 Call AI „ 964-3333 I DRASTIC PRIOe REDUCTION on a 3 bdrm 2 baUi home in SecUon 27. Beautifiil fireplace and kitchen. |400s4|. ft. basement Intercom, central vacuum. To see ill the possibilities... Call Randy „....„ J64-3333 j WE HAVE SEVERAL LAS VEGAS USTINCS. If yo I are interested, please give us a call. OPEN MONDAY THIU SATUIDAY 9:00 A.AII. TO 6:00 FJi AFTII HOUIS CAU JIM JENSEN 565-0677 SUE BLAIR 565^400 AUCtFIFE .4M-M82 RA N DY WOOTTON MKHU JACK SEIDtMAN JW-TTIB AL Lef RANCOIS J.—J84-ra PAULGARGIS 9054ri y\ -^adio i TV Service t olnr ( f iilf I FOR SALE. 10 ft. camper shell. $200. fits wide pick up bad. Oak bunk bds dresser with mattresses. $200 293-4478 BC SMALL SPA. fiberglass, fully equipped 293-1832 BC FOR RENT. 2 bdrm. IH bath. 2 story townhouse in BC Fire place, fenced yard, covered parking, laundry room No pets. $350 per mo. plus de posit. 457-6554. FOR SALE, 1975 Me Too, $3000 or 17H ft. self contained See at 100 Nevada Hwy., BC Rest stop. W.F. Beard FOR SALE 1973 FORD LTD passenger wagon, air cond.. radio, heater, all power, interior excell. low mileage, below low book, $1275 293-4517 or 293-5361. BC FOR SALE Six Pac sleeper camper for 8 foot truck bed Has table, excell cond $500 Sears best portable auto dishwasher, avocado green, hardwood cutting board top. $100. 293-3318 after 4:30 p.m. Weekdays, anytime weekends BC ( *••••••••< SIGNS by' 565-0262, Spring Cleaning' Free Pick up Men to lilt load heavy items Donations Betty Honn's Animal Adoption Tax deductible. 381-A137 I Move in in 60 days pick your I evenings, 878-3371 I 878-2200. • 72 DODGE CHALLENGER, excel, cond. $2.000.293-4926 BC 525 Greenbriar Judi's Typing Service Work done by profes^iona typist. No job loo big or too small Call Judi. 293-5215 after 5 p m J a '), FOR SALE BY OWNER in Henderson Highland Hills, 4 bdrm., 2 bath, custom drapes throughout, up graded carpet, fully land scaped, auto, sprinklers system front li back, block wall 2 yrs old. Immaculate. 614 Hidden Valley Dr Hdn 565-6270 FOR SALE 4 channel stereo system. Teac Reel 7". Pioneer Rec Kenwood Turn Tbl JVC Graphic equaluer. 1 pr. Pioneer H PM lOOspkrs, 2JBLspkrs, with 7" reels. 293-3394 B C £LEC DBL OVEN. Gas tab letop 4 burner drop-in range. Coppertone. Trundle bed Ph. 565-9311 Hdn BC GINGERWOOD P.\RK. 1978.14x65 Flamingo. 2 dr. IVt bath. AppI skirting, awning. dbl. carport, extras, landscaped 876 6996 293 5340. evenings >QOOOOOOOBOOOOOBOOaDOaOO LICENSED REAL ESTATE SALESPEOPLE NEEDED Up to 90% of commissions Call: ROBERTS REALTY 565-8947 OBOBBBBPBOOBBB HorrH! \5 fii^aitg ^ U Of tiro') SL^ CUSTOM HOAtf SITES Choeia your let. Nw Cuilem plans from two Vi acr* horn* litos rtmoining on Bik. Mtn. Coll Don. 4S3-2224. (AIMK. Coroon Rtalty). WATER STREET C 2 home with addition on kitchen and 9xP r;iinily room 70x108 lot $60,000 PITTMAN RA Property 100x135 lot with 3 bdrm 2 bath home now under construction $45,000 MOVE TO PEACE k QLIET In Mission Hills Situated on 1 acreandorfers3bdrms,2baths*2cargara Garage is completely finished and ready to convert. C vered front porch with beautiful view of Vegas Valley. TWO BDRM WITH GUEST HOUSE 2 bdrm 1 bath home close to town with guest house in rear, completely fenced COMMERCIAL ON WATER Two bdrm 1 balh with full basement Great for ofTice of small business $50,000 SECTION 4 IV4 acre with all utilities and ready to build on This lot is level with beautiful panoramic view. $25,000 Ml PROPERTY On Sunset Road 15.000 sq ft building space on approx 25 acres Please call for appt 565-8916 TWO BEDROOM HOME On Cul de Sac with additional lot suitable for building This well kept home has I'l baths. 2 car garage and 2 car carport Call Morrell Realty for ap pointmeot. HORSE COUNTRY • Beautiful 3 bdrm.. 2 full bath home in Section 27 This large home has many amenities including 600 sq ft. basement, sunken tub in master bdrm and much more 565-8016. 3.27 ACRES Next to Palm Mortuary. Beautifkil parcel with potential for resoning. 289x500' Look into the future and invest in land „ ^ „ MOBILE HOME k LOT In Henderson Trailer Estates. 2 bdrm 1 4 4 bath. Well kept with loti of shade trees. Completely fenced Affordably priced at $29,800 SECTION 27 Three bedroom, 2 ftill bath. 2 car garage on '^ acre Separate family and dining rooms Bay window in formal dining room and large covered patio $85,500 TWO BDRM. TOWNSITE Great assumption Close to town and shopping. New roof Only $41,500. LAS VEGAS TOWNHOUSE Two bdrm I bath. Professionally decorated and landscaped $56,900. 2W ACRES Near Paradise Spa, between 1-15 k L. V. Blvd So. Zoned RE. Call for complete details. SHEITROCK K}R SALE • 80H 12, 40 W i4 I 12. Coppor tubing. Full rolls 8 "i and ^ K. Job ovorago. 565-8648. Hdn. 1971 Ford Station Wagon 293-4330 BC YARD SALE. Sat. 19th 9 am 821 Clarice. M*M Mobile Home Park. BC "Mmll RMlty is i HoMtMM Wir^' EVALYN MORtfU BROKER Peg Cole. Barbara McNtir..... Millie Potter Chuck Trueworthy Mac McCurry David A. Crine -J64-1754 -9IM663 .504-1013 S65-9008 S6M089 42 WATEt ST., HENDERSON, NEVADA 55-l9l 4 REALTORS 125W.LokeMMdOr., Hendenen. Nevada 1565-8947^ tIZI ILICTRIC raesanable, FOR RENT Db wide 24x64. 3 bdrm. 2 bath, fam rm. wet bar. unfurn Gingerwood Adult Park BC 293-1430 BC FOR LEASE. 2 bdrm. duplex Carpet, drapes, built in kit washer, dryer Water and sewer paid $335 mo First, last, plus $100 293 3468. BC WARMj^Q^Y' describes the earth tones and pride of ownership in this spacious three bedroom. 2 bath Desert Hills home Established neighborhood with large trees and mature shrubs Large living and family rooms $56,000 eves call 584-2332 K>R SAO, 1M UVi ft. CiMllinar, alt akiminum, 35 HP oical. cand., sao to oppraciafo. $800 firm. Coll on wknrfi. only, 33-30S5. B.C. HOUSf KM RiNT IN 8.C. 7 bdrm. mMan brick, corpot thrvawt, waslwr, dryWr, dithwoihor, ditpetal. ola<. stovo, rolrig, no pott, no children. Working coupio or rotirod coupio dosired. $285. 293-3108. 8.C. 72 Bwkti Oron Sport with air, 8 track stonM, one ownor, clean, asking $1700.293-3076.8.C. CONSTRUCTION SECURITY GUARD. $2.90 por hour, plus gotallowanco. Malt or fomale mutt have (loon record, dopondabl* auto, tinifermt furn. Older portent welcome. B.C. and Hend. oponingt. Aneris ability to deal effectively with the public. Cash register experience helpful, but not necessary. Salar>' IS $2 30 hour Applications may be obtained from the Henderson Personnel Department. City Hall. 243 Water Street 13658921. Ext 14) Applies tions must be filed by 500 p m Monday. May 14, 1979 For sale; 1975 Chevrolet Scottsdale 4 x 4^ ton pickup truck Loaded $5800. Ph. 293-4661 BC FREE PIGEONS 565-8510. HELP WANTED, part time female companion to el derly lady. Appt for interview. 293 4090 BC HELP WANTED grill person.* male, or female, over 21. Weekend work included 293 1891 BC FULLER BRUSH 1 cent sale now on. Call 293-4763 after 1 pm BC 1978 SUZUKI RM 250. excellent cond Original tires. $1050. Call 451-1870 1960 4 Ton FORD LONGBED, cherry body. 292 needs put together. 352. 1967 Ford engine goes with or separate $400forall.$250fortrucli.or $200forengine 293-4801.-BC 55 Ft. Cyclone fence, including all hardware 5 ft Hi 293-4330 BC 1978 Mini Winnebago. 20H R Roof and dash air, generator, stereo. 440 V8.10 miles per gal $16,000 481 1870 VIEW OF A LIFETIMEI Magnificently situated on IS acres, this custom four bedroom, 3 bath with mother-In law quarters has a fabulous gourmet kitchen with center island and custom cabinets. Sunken dining room, double fireplace, large game room plus much more! Priced $115,000. Eves call 584-2332 r^RCKOUS EXECUTIVE HOME! on H .Acre IcK Two large master bedrooms, separate office, formal dining area off the enourmous livingroom. Family-room with wet bar and fireplace Asking price only $50. a square foot' $96,000 eves Call W4-23a. 5 ACRES SECTION 4 Beautiful view of the Valley. Eves, call 565-6897 C 2 BOULDER HIGHWAY PROP ERTY Call office for more informa tion Eves Call 565-6897 NEW OTTAWA!! Never been lived in! Extra large master bedroom, double fireplace and a super assumption Priced $69,900 Eves call 283 5462 GOOD FAMILY HOME" Close to school and shopping 3 bedrooms m baths with range, refrigerator, carpeting, plus big fenced yard All this for only $45,000 Eves Call S0548r P\RAD1SE $35,000 HILLS 5 Acres PAHRUMP terms 5 acres $14,000 Good CALL K>t FtEf MAlKr ANALYSIS Of YOUl HOME. Vhrrsn frifiiiMi BrafaAr S4S-94S1 S6II s64-ina }}-e97 iomei S ooWoi -_ ...S64-MI* rBVtn ^wWV^PW ..•...„(>..•• • >9)-S46] u

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^•§•34 SALESLADY • Neat, dependable, able U> Ulk te public. Geod pay, if you can sell Call 20Mm. B.C. "OtiriicHaKi BLACKMOUNTAIN --^:^^ PLUMBING lo'""'" • SEWEN & DRAIN LINES CLCANED • FAUCETS •GARBAGE DISPOSALS* ^ NEW HXTuflES INSTALLED ',/ COKHHCUL aiSWIMTUl W 5654749 L CUSTOM HOME FOR SALE I78.SO0 Now under construe tion 3 bdrm 2 bib. sunken living rm Tireplace. buili T^Q >^^^ in vacuum system Qualify now and pick your own car pet fc colors Call SS^299or 56t 1808 See at ai W Laval Dr. Hender>on TKDDV S KITCHEVETTES 'Jt brinx vour t*(bbra>h" 293 I7lt SHAKIEE PRODUCTS Rhoda*I) Hapadone \uthonzed Distributor 293-4350 B.r Woll fall On Voii BOULUEK lin CONDOS. in La Dolce Vita Luxury 2 bdrm condo. for sale by owner 1 due for* completion 1st of March 2nd i< occupied by owner 293 4171 Bf INDIVIDl'AL A CONTRAC TOR CONSl'LTANTS Bob O Dell 2130 Boulder Hwy SM17 S6S-0918 Hdn mwit Htmtsurn : NEED A CAR"' New in town" Old in Town" No credit' Short time on the job" Onl\ $100, $200 $300 or $401 down' Need an \utomobile to ijet around" Contact uv We approve our own con tractInstant delivery Wr will pickyott up A brinuyou to GUI car lot Just lelr phone 564 5909 Nevada \Uto Sales 1113 N BIdr Hwv Henderson \>\ One block south of Sunset Blvd A RIdr Hwy FREE riLM OR CASH DIS COtNT ON ALL FILMS, Priaied aU 4veUped at VANS NEVADA DRIG BOULDER arv, NV VOl NXMEIT, WEDOIT No juli lo small Residential or commerrial 293-3464 or 29.T 4284 BC m SHEET METAL I \pprenticeship classes Appiv May 14th thru 18th. | 501 N Lamb. L V. Ke quiretvents are high school or equivalent School be Kins in Sept. 1979 Equal] I Opportunitv Employer TIAY KRSON AND (MS-1 HMTASHEI •xpcritnct ktlpful. Eicalltnt btntfih.Hr(: 11:30 a.m. to! I p.m. Apply in ptrepn j Mfw##fi • om ono 4 pm | BOUIDER CITY CARE' WOMKN-MEIf' Wtnf • profea•ioaal opportiulty for unUmitetf eirnlBfi w-ltrgeit multi line'i Caapany? Beat trainliV wstUrtlnf Mlary to $15,000. We prepare you for State Teit. Prudential Ina. Co. Call 73S-4SM. Jcsie E. Pettcy, CLU. KING SIZE IIArnteS8,M Men 145 Ttt-lMt. BC rcondi Tfcundoy, May 10, II WAfiTED Experienced Me Miid. Pull or part time STARVUEW Motel 293 16 B.C. CUSTOM HOUSE POR SALE Wood floors, over 2000 q.| ft., 3 bdrm., Ig. fam rm., Pool| w-keater. I ear garafe, car-port Owner $100,000. Por| Appointment 293-002. B.C. 293-5151,8.1 SAVE $120 ON .NEW SIN(iER Fl'Tl'RA Sorensen s 509 \ve (• B (• MOBILE HOME, adults only Gingerwood Park 24 x 44. 2 bdrm 2 bath, ref air Very nice only $28,500. 1727 Teakwood or 293-1278 after 5 p.m. or weekends BC LICENSED CHILD CARE Snack A hot lunch Infantt A up. 8am lo 8 p m. Please rail 564-3770 >'^ r • ONE DAY drop off laundry service WASH. DRV A FOLD V)p,T Ih LAUNDERLANO Lake Mead A Water St Hen der'on VEOXS TYPEWRITER RE P\IR 1801 E Sahara l.a> Vciz.is 735 7325 Our spe cialty uied. rebuilt typew riters Satisfaction Kuaran teed l.OOKI.ViiTOBl V \ HOME IN BOri.DERCITVs,eHen derson Realt> ad or call .W .'151 • MINIATURE MALE SCHNAUZERS FOR SALE S50 must go by Sat. 1521 BC CARD SALE. closinK out Mothers Day FathersDa,v. Graduation 4 price NEVADA JEWELERS BC rtELP WANTED Keno Writers I Runners. Apply in Person 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. RAINBOW CLUB & CASINO l22Wat*rSl. tiendtreon, Nfv. • •••• • • • • •• MOTEL ROOMS A KITCHENETTES Color TVs, Itilitiesand Linens WEEKLY Ph Harry 451 2445 ARE YOU INTERESTED IN BECOMING A NURSES AID? If M coll Boulder City Core Center ol 793-5151. We will train yeu. SF.WINf; MXCHINES A V U' HMCLEWERS repaired SORENSENS Sewin^; center 509 Ave C 293 3770 BC 1966 CHEV WAGON 327 BISCAYNE 3 sp. 2 snow tire.s Good interior, good body. Kood engine and Transmission $600 FIRM Needs battery Call 964-5459 Hdn COVERS Custom Canvas I \WN VND V\RD M\IVT\ NXNCK sprinkler rcp.iir 293 4953 BC PHILLIPS RAMOiTY I EXPERT SERVICE I .MX .MAKE.S I & MODELS (COLOR TV STEREOJ IIC/I w:7m I S.ALE.S & SERVICE 2 W PACIFIC 564-2870 NEEDED IMMEDIATELY, live in babysitter, housekeeper, non drinking reliable per son, rm and brd, possibly small salary to itart 2t31471. 4 BDRM 2 STORY in Boulder City BRAND NEW DininR Rm fam rm W-F.P A Wet Bar 2S baths RV A Pool siied lot $77,900 Immed Occup Owner 293 4415 W\TEH HEXTERS In our jrehouse We i-epair A in stall (ias or Electric Ed llarwoods Consumer \p phancc 118 E Lake Mead nevtto7 11 store) 564 2210. Boulder City Condo 2 bdrm. 2 story with balcony Beautiful vie* o( Mtns Small pel nk $425 month 458 4328 BC SEWER CLEVNINT, minor plumbinir repair We have disposals in stock Ed ll.iruoods Consumer .\p phanre 118 E Lake Mead ni-\l in 7 II slnrtM Sfi4.2210 LARRY'S MAINTENANCE Sperializins in Painting and Summerizing Mobile Home Tops Di.scounts to Senior Citizen.s Call 3l 215.3 or 293 5215 for a Free Estimate Licen.se No 1984 B.C ^^^fsr Rosecrest Cobiiiets,liic. HENDERSON, NEVADA CvstM KHclmis 'mi 565-7472 raininc Pirklpi DeliverN service 1949 P.irkson Rojil 564-1983 ACIPINCTI RE ArihrllU. bartllii. migralae. aatkiaa. allero, sireke. tclailca. ilaai. K*at. prettale. 7U7t4Z DESERT MASONRY LictMisf No 15534 Bonded. Quality Masonry, resi dential and commercial Call. Greg 293 3697 H Gary293 820.T H M wary ^if.j ozu.J lOOKINO FOR WORK Tf HENDERSON M C SERVKI ^ 119 WATER ST. Offers NOFC:' Pbcements In a Variety of Jobs PROFESSIONAL •TECHNICAL A CLERICA^ Xr v/%.T. TRADES Of YOUR P^jl^j^^ \ PART TIME STATE OF NEVADA EMPLOVMENT SECURITY DEPARTMENT (ESD) OTHER ESD OFFICES AT: IJ5S.8th.L.V. 2071 L.V. Blvd.No.rN.L.V. ^ 1976 HBERFORM BOAT in and out, economical. 6 cvl Chevy Mere out drive. } Good fond good for skuni; and fishinc Trailer, tinat lovcr sun'^hade 293 3755 $:iooooo Br H'lf^y^f tUlUB-B Televition and Antenno Specialtie* of bowlder City f'u^Iom \nlenn,i lor the mo*t in virviinciind listen mL.ple.ivu^. I'll J9U97fi -B-gHWDVMXN Ben Del'ue will fiMt.rc dn it.add It on. Ln It dnu n. Vou name it. 1 do it ,'S65 74<> 73 Pontiac (iran Prix Loaded (>ni.d Condition $180n Ph .565 7974 aflera Tippetts Construction! FRKK KSTIM MK.S KK.\tol>Kl.I\t; P\T10(TiVFRS M)I)1T|0\<; l>-Vjn TippelinwniT Lie \.> i;<904 PH 565')95e 12 \ 44 Mobile Home 1 bdrm awning, skirtine. shed. Houlder City Park, adults only $8,000. For info call • 2934344 BC MOTOR ROUTES now ovailoble in Highland Hills areo PHONE 564-1881 Henderson Home News BOUIDER ELECTRIC l.i.ciisf,! iKindcd, m.ourc'il lie No I51B7 i (;all yt:t 1097 or 29.'? 4899 er air ii ni T i Tr mim r BABYSITTER WANTED Men Fri 7 to 5 30 Ph .564 1822 Hdn or • W5-5400 L V Teenagers, do not applv SLEEPING ROOM Private, quiet. 1 $1.50 cleaninR & ^e^urlty deposit. 564 5888 Hdn BLACK MTN COl NTRV TLLB .\REA 2 story 4 bdrm 14 hth 2184 sq ft oversized lot on park Ne i;rade >chool. >till under new home warranty More Private location, location location \skini; $78,000 Call 564 2491 Hdn >i/lKKNKKI>Li < Gla-Cn 451 5l5:t FOR SALE 75 Datsun pickup Headers Good gas mileai;e Ph .Se^gilW Hdn HIGHLAND HILLS area over Iookini;(H>lfCourse 2625>q ft Over 1200 -q ft in full basement 1 fireplace upstairs 1 down 2 baths up I down $24 000 assumption \>>ume loan $59,585 Owner Licensee. 564^2765 or 565 87.11 FOR RENT 1 bdrm furn apt Mature adults onl> Ph 564 1289 Hdn OUR 25TH YEAR FOR RENT IN BC Loveiv :) bdrm 2 bath. Mobile with view, \vailable June 1st $400 per mo 293-4680 B C HOrSE FOR RENT 1213 Ave I BC 3 bdrm 2 full baths dh liar, fenced yard Co vered patio auto sprink lers $500 mo 293 3201 B C. FOR SALE Iff Garage door $75 with fixtures Bumper pooltable$50 293-3201 BC HOrSE AND GARDEN HE CENTLV ran an article on this house full of furniture Must sell all this week Ev erythinc for the home <'us torn m;ide living room sofa and loveseat. Tables All Hercuinn high back den sofa and love seat (iather ings of a lifetime Rugs, paintings, formal dining room set includes table and 6 chairs Rreakfront buffet Antiques, patin furniture Kint; size bdrm includes big 4 poster bed. dresser and mirror. 2 nite stands, chest, mattress and box springs, just paid $.3500 only $1600 \No have 3 other complete sets Pool Equip custom made water bed with leaded glass doors 1977 Lincoln Mark V Lo^s of imported lamps Strictly by appoint ment 735 7302 ra^ DANNEBERGER PLUMBING & HEATING ^ •CONTRACTING •NEW CONSTRUCTION •RESIDENTIAL •COMMERCIAL REMOOEUNGI 24 HOUR SERVICE CALLS • 7 DAYS A WEEK 565-8035 • 315 WATER ST.. HDN. r r ADVERTISERS {PLEASE PROOF I I Your ad the first day | j* in case an error ocI curs. The Boulder City } f News will assume no I responsibility after | I the first day of publiI cation Error claims j I must be made imI mediately. I t—i. — Irmrrmrfmrf ^ •Do it right with AMWAY? 5 PRODUCTS lO^f Discount on all orders thru May. Call • 293-4429 2 WANTED someone to clean house 1 time a week. 293 2887 aflerfiBC TRAVEL TRAILER sleeps 6, air.newtires,$900 293 3262 BC LIVE IN VEGAS, work in Boulder Share ride" Call Carroll. 293 1281.4515829 SEARS FIRM LINE BELT MASSAGER $25 Large Swamp cooler $100 54' chain link 36' complete w gate, new stainless dbl sinkw faucet $50. 25sq. ft ceiling tile $15 293 4413 BC FOR S\LE BY OWNER 3 bdrm 1 hath, basement, fireplace, large country kitchen, new Sears texture coating, terraced backyard Highly desirable area Principals only Evenings onU.Call 293 3741 BC atleSiSgeSiiiiiie!eSi!>iSaeSiil8& HELF WANTED ever 21, apply in perMnlil' { CoMor'* niieri*. I.C. sgetSA Realty Executives 736-8551 OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY SUNDAY (MAY 12113) 11AM—SPM Proudly wt prMtnt •xocutivo living ot it btt on thii half ocrt, sonod for hersts, property in Hondorson. All now construction and vory woll built. 4 Br., 3 Bo., foimol dining room, family roont with loo-through firoploco. Country kitchon hot thro* holo (ink and plus 2 cor gorogt. Tho oxtrot includo built-in vocuum tyitom, inttrcom tystom and a 20 yoor warranty on tho itoti typhoon tilo roof. All this and mero for $115,000. NO. 510 EVENINGS CAU 564-2765 BABYSITTING • My home Vn-\ yrs 9654140. Hdn NOW ACCEPTING APPUCATIONS FX)R SEAMSTRESSES Apply in person at 975 W Uke Mead Dr.964^2621 Hdn CLEAN GREEN lAWN SERVICE Licensed, dependable lawn care, FREE ESTIMATES, Reasonable monthly rates 293 3619 B C ^Si?^^^*i*^WKWKw^ [B HENDERSON PROPIRTIES INC. 'THE PROPERTY PEOPLE' itMTM Kxerutivp & >>ales Officf 18 Water Street, Henderson NV 89015 Branch Sales Office 1636 Nevada Hiehviay. BC NV 89005 MLS •*""* yivmo MivKi HENDftSON — S64-2S15 293-21 SI •OUIOEICITY Dwone lowboch Cory lebirtMn ilnoro Tumr Joctte Waeldn^te vO^P^fO MOfWIOtl !•(• HerwKk Julte Wetaen .1. aveve ine^fs^e^ SAS-IM7 SM-9WI 5*5-9393 944-1M3 SS-9340 $$.747 99-74S7 S54*> OioHe* KMiiew .393-1340 •74-SM7 HI4 weracn 393.457a Ann Schnitilem.. 23-3Sie Reeef Wv 293 1443 • vny "'wwwn 293-44ft Ty Oernicn ...393-I09* OPEN 9AM~6>M DAILY I 10-4 SUNDAYS HIGHLAND HILLS Assumption with lew VA in terest Four bedroom, double garage, nice >ard with block wall Call soon for your appointment 5M-2S19 OWNEI WIU CAIIY RE Zoned acre on Fairway Drive Water assessment paid, elertnc and telephone available FAMILY SIZE AND COUNTIY SHLE Master suite with rear door for future pool Three large bedrooms 'upstairs Familyroom with Tireplare plus game room Convenient kitchen overlooking covered patio This large home is on a hone zoned cannon lot fully rail renced with grass and sprinklers VA appraised at $M.900 READY FOR SUMMER This delightful covered patio and pool area are perfect for hot summer days The lush landscaping with atulmatic sprinkler systems All this i'oe5Witha3bedroom.2 bath custom home Call now for an appointment BUILOINC LOTS W ACRE in Section 19 for $15 500 Water, power, telephone and sewer 1 ACRE in MISSION HILLS 117.850 Water, power and telephone 1 ACRE IN SECTION 4 for $17000 Water power and telephone NO QUAUFYING On this lovely 3 bedroom home with lovely used bnck fireplace Call tor more details GOOD VIEW From tills nice level bttilding lot Won t last long, call for more details. BEAT THE HOT SUMMER DAYS Splash into this large pool and keep cool Enjoy the evening summer breezes on the balcony with a breathtak ing view of the entire valley This 4-bedroom. 2W bath is ideal forthe large family Call for an appointment now 'BOULDER CITY PROPERTIES' MICf 0 RIGHT '• BOULDER CITY BUUH 192 Acre Ranch Estate, Super family home overlooking the valley in one of Boulder City's most prestigious homes "TOP OF THE LINE throughout: SEE THIS FAN TASTIC HOME TODAY Appt only. Call 293 2151 or evenings: 2n-497S. NEW USHNOi HAS JACUUN 2 bdrm home with 3rd bdrm converted to family room, co vered patio, desert landscaping, automatic sprinler Call 93 2191 eves 293 1622 OWN A fIKE OF THE ROCK With a Panoramic view of Boulder City One otthe most unique homes you will every see 2091 iquarc feet, inter com. indirect lighting, ceramic, brick, wood, lush carpet, Roman tubs throughout and more W Acre toned RR, Appointment only Call 293-2191 or eve ni ncs 293-4571. wmmmmmtmmmmmm WHY WAin UVE ON THE OOIF COUISE Unbelievably below 9100,000 2 story, 3 Bedroom, 2 Baths, used brick fireplace in familK room, sundeek, covered patio Call 2S3-2151 or evenings 293^1622 OWNER WIU CARRY 1148 square feet of new living space 3 Bedrooms. W Bath, Heated Pool and spa for the summer weather. MARINA HIGHUND LOTS Use your imagination. These two lots allow you to be KING 4 QUEEN of the Mountain View and privacy unexcelled Call 293 2151 Pric Payi lot is 20 X43, Mobi 9M-2919. MOBILE HOME AND LOT IN HENDERSON me. Call Today IF YOU DON'T SEE YOUR HOME ... WE HAVE OTHERSIII Cov] fEACH, AiMOttO is3 Lcwii Rnkleri. LoFlieRt area. Call or 293^1622 UNOBSTRUCTED VIEW OF LAKE MEAD This prime corner lot located in Marina Hifhlands Haa Everything OWNER WILL CARRY Call now. 3-2l91. "REALTORS SERVING THE' HENDERSON AREA FOi| 30 YEARS Henderson Child Core Center Mly & Wnkiy Rot0s St. Peter's Hall, Boulder Hwy. H 565-9384 1976 SPECTRA 18 ft 480 Ford BerkleyJet Excellentcontf 2934342 or 293-2293 1976 MOBILE HOME FOR SALE -14x70 three bdrm, 2 t\i\\ bath Carpeted, drapes Located in Family Park 293-3700 after 4 B C. MSTANTCASN lilt 21^ U Martgage and Trust Deeds HUNKKOai ^%-km 170^56 \sk your neighbor, he knewt me. tf""""J.UiP v:\ LOTS LEVELED PADS BUILT BASEMENTS DUG FTM Estimotts Ph. 452-7274 THREE BDRM. 1^ bath IHyr old corner house. Sprink lers, fenced all around Horizon Park Area 8^ As sumption Call 565 9829 Hdn WANTED: Desk Clerk. Part time & graveyard shift. Lake Mead Best Western Motel. Lake Mead k Water St.. Hdn 1977 Thunderbird Loaded $5300 Call between 12-4 pm 564-9710 FOR SALE: Sears white washer dryer 4 yrs old exc condition $325 Firm 5650921 WWTED Chevv Parts En t;ines. transmissions. etc Cash or trade Kcllv Class 451 5153 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 BEAUTIFUL 28 FT Sycamore 5th Wheel Travel Trailer. Totally self contained Also 1974 Ford Pickup Newly rebuilt engine. 565-9807. Hdn. .ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Opn Mttting: Wed., 8:00 p.m. PUBUC INVITED: SI Water Street $65-7073 FOR RENT 2 bedrm. fur nished apartment, covered carport adult section, $285 month 293 4632 B C FiEE FILM OR CASH DI8 COINT ON ALL FILMS. Primed and developed at VANS NEVADA ORtG. BOILBERCITV, ^V DOES YOUR BATHROOM MARLITE NEED RCPLAC INGFree Estimates. 5642191 Hdn DRIVER K LICENSE TE.STS Tuesday and Wednesday S 45 am lolZneon lpmto4l5pm.Clly annex Civic Center 200 Water Street RaomC :40 YEARS EXPERIENCE! JTRIMMIN^J AND REMOVING; JTHEES Serving HendersonJ • area. 293 2115 JEFTS "KORATING SERv'iCE paintinj; wall papering iiHei-ior exterior RALPH $65-0571 ^^IJondedJilicensed LOW DOWN PAYMENT & FINANCING with approved credit 2 3 bdrm Mobile Homes Call 565 8490 or 564 3333 Save 90% on almost new Eureka Vacuum Cleaner traded i n on the amazing new Royal Sorenaen's 509 Ave C BC LOOK YOUR BEST, have a fre. facial with Mary Kay Cosmetics 293 4646 B C rix: For sale in ADULT PARK 12 x 60 Mobile Home AC. 3 bdrm 14 bath 565-8172 after 3 -It arRealti :LJI ,C A fuO-time staff of 30 Professionals, wilh Spedaists^ in Boulder City and Henderson. areas 73fr€551 R SPECIAL OF THE WEEK PEACEFUL C0-E.\1STANCE CAN BE FOUND IN THIS DELIGHTFUL THREE BEDROOM HOME THAT HASCARPETINGANDDRAPES,2CAR GARAGE AND LOCATED IN HENDERSON. ONLY 1^ YEARS OLD PERFECT FOR THE FAMILY WHO WANTS THE BEST OUT OF LIFE. PRICED AT B62J50.00. NO 471. SUNSHINE LIVING IN HENDERSON KTRT K T fgE iflxgO MOBIL E H/IMfe WITH E.XPANDO ON LIVING ROOM. EXTRA LARGE FAMILY ROOM iS SEPARATE FROM MOBILE HOME 3 STORAGE SHEDS. A WORK SHOP MEASURING 9 3x11.3 2 BEDROOMS OF COURSE AND A COVERED PATIO. CALL NOW. NO 498 • iiffiWi, JG IN THIS SUPERMOBILE HOME LOCATED IN HENDER.SON HAS 2 BEDROOMS. FAMILY ROOM. 14x60 WITH ACREAGE AND HAS A P.ATIO. WHAT A BARGAIN AT $29,500.00. NO. 292. THE FUTURE WITH A mm tij^ffNBoMN yiAi'rtMp ^iliJ03l:Tiiii Tttt^^TjMNlER YOU CAN HAVE A BEAUTIFUL 2 BEDROOM CONDO IF YOU ACT NOW. UPSTAIRS IS THE KITCHEN. DINING AREA AND LIVING ROOM WHILE DOWNSTAIRS 2 BEDROOMS. AND BATH AND LARGE LAUNDRY ROOM THIS MUST BE SEEN NOW AS IT WONT LAST AT $62,000.00 NO. 481. A POOL. A VIEW AND YOU! THIS LOVELY 4 BDRM.. 1V BATH HOME HAS A BEAUTIFUL POOL. 15X30 WITH DIVING BOARD AND POOLSWEEPt. HOUSE IS VERY WELL KEPT AND VERY CLEAN BLOCK WALL FENCE AROUND POOL AREA. AND A BEAUTIFUL VIEW OF LAS VEGAS AND THE MOUNTAINS. TO TOP IT ALL ONLY 7 MILES FROM LAKE MEAD $76,500. NO. 508. ffifflWMWlTS BOSTON THIS HALF ACRE ZONED FOR HORSES PROPERTY. ALL NEW CON STRUCTION AND VERY WELL BUILT. 4 BEDROOMS. 3 BATHS. FORMAL DINING ROOM, FAMILY ROOM WITH SEE-THROUGH FIREPLACE AND COUNTRY KITCHEN WITH THREE HOLE SINK. A TWO-PLUS CAR GARAGE THE E.XTRAS INCLUDE BUILTIN VACUUM SYSTEM.INTERCOM SYSTEM AND A 20 YEAR W.\RRANTY ON THE STEEL TYPHOON TILE ROOF ALL THIS AND MORE FOR $115,000. NO. 510. mm ixicunvissrvii| HM NlMlflM • PtlMlf uly wW HM NfltiMMl ItUcitiM Strvkt* Nil Ctltr Sbfwcist d NBi MOTORHOME FOR RENT 1979 26 It generator and air. fully equiped 293 2691 BOAT FOR SALE Newman 23 Ft Cuddy Cabin 4 seats to sleep6 228MercuryCruiser in & out w heavy duty 2 axle trailer, winch & side rails Many extras 565 6385 Hdn 65 FORD'1 TON PICKUP, runs' and looks Rood. $1,000 293 1149 or 293 5250 B.C. KELVIN\TOR RE FRIC.ERATORS. washers, dryers, rannes. freezers. Room air Cond. disposals Ed Harwood >. Consumer \ppliance Co. 118 E Lake Mead inexl to 7 11 store) 564 2210 ASSISTANT MANAGER for food services. Full service restaurant background required. Salary ; commensurate w-experience Equal I Opportunity Employer. CA NEED TO SELL YOUR HOUSE? WE WIU BUY IT NOW! CMk 293-1613 "Curly' SmitS, Inc THE PAK RAT 293-4709 Antiques & Imports IS now accepting quality an tiques on consignment If you have something you would like to sell. Call us at BC JL JK, JU BEST YET MAINTENANCE Residential house cleaning, Licensed, Furniture, Walls, carpeting, windows, kitchens, bathrooms, ceilings, woodwork, etc. Michael and Susan Grabhorn =fc*3t tBa a tt 293-5444 FOR SALE Immediate occu pancy. dbl wide mobile horn? T LC 3 bdrm,2 bath. Adult park by appt 293 3638 or 293 4629 BC LPN NEEDED in St George, Utah. Small nursing home, i!Ood salary, community college & LDS Temple walking distance. Call collect for Mr. or Mrs Bagnell. (801) 6733882 $5 00 REWARD offered for use of any picture of "NIG" not previously used by Boulder City News Picture will be returned Call 293 1716 or 293 2302 B C BRAND NEW 3 bdrm home for rent in Henderson 1800 sq. ft on 4 acre Zoned for horses 2 fireplaces $665 mo plus cleaning dep (which is completely re fundable Ph 731 7295 or after 5pm. 870-7762 FOR SALE Livestock rack All steel construction Suitable for horses or livestock Fits pickup bed 585^8656 HDN GENERAL OFFICE Receptionist, heavy phone, accurate typists, bookkep ing knowledge, pleasant personality, excellent benefits, apply in person bet ween 9 and 4 BC CARE i Si CENTER 293 51.11 RC FOR SALE Zion Hunting & Fishing \ ACRE between Zion East gate & Navajo Lake $5,000 00 Call FC West, Panaca, Nv 728-4514 SAND, GRAVEL. TOP SOIL l> LANDSCAPE ROCK, Call ZMZIliJIC ^ _^ LICENSED CHILD CARE in my home 565^7412 Hdn 1970 TOYOTA Recently over hauled Call Weekends. 564 5353 after 4 30 HDN SALES CLERK • CASHIER wanted. Experienced only Apply in person; RASCO STORE, Henderson Plaia Shopping Center. Hdn LAWNS MOWED Young man experienced in yard work has mower, edger. and weed eater Wants to take care of your yard Call 2931622 NOTICE TO JAME.S & CAROL HUMPHREY: Unless 2 cars which were at 513 Buchanan are picked up at 123 Cholla within five days (May 13. 1979) and storage fee paid, they will be towed away FOR SALE BY OWNER 3 bdrm, 2 bath, Irg. Liv. rm fam. rm utility rm See thru fireplace, up graded carpel 2 car garage Parking for RV. vehicles. 2 yrs. old. corner lot in executive area, across from golf course $79,000 293^4284 BC 1973 Jlasspar and trailer, 17 % ft 165 mere cruiser, excel ski and fishing rig, only 127 hrs on this boat. If you can find a cleaner rig III buy it 293 3776 CASH OFFICE PERSONNEL, bookeeping, cashier, ex perience preferred, full time, permanent position Call for appt WESTWORLD 564 1311 F ^immmiiiiuum WA.NTED Yards to landscape, Planters to build, H Sprinkler Systems to install, Roto tilling. Yard Work Call for free estimate. 564-2373 Hdn. Young American Homes Presents City View Terrace 2,3 & 4 Bedrooms Priced *42^to*51350 FHA,VA HNANCING EXCLUSIVE SALES AGENTS Roberts Realty 125 W. UKE MEAD DR nonaMMrMrrupi 2 Bdrm. Apts. Brand New. Electric Air Conditioning Furn, or Unfum. Major Ave. & Eastminiiter 564-5959 PMific Energy soving built double pone windows SHORT 6 BABY GRAND 50 YEARS OLD $600.565-7149 Hdn CHILDS BEGINNER WATER SKIS WANTED • must be reasonable, and in good condition Call 564 1881 days 451 6386 eves $285 CHILDREN WELCOME 2 big bdrms Air Prestige Re ntals 457 4733 WANTED Janitorial person Must apply in person at Best Western Lake Mead Motel 85 Lake Mead Dr 564 1712 Crestway ERA Black Mountain Realty IB lumi nAArltrkLrw^., LD^-.IC> FAMILY OPERATED BUSINESS in Fast Growing Hen derson Right downtown. Family operated, good investment Small amount of cash sets you up in profitable going business Will give details aiid full information upon request OVER 63 ACRES Beautiful View of Entire Valley Priced to sell all or part K H M M AFTER HOURS C\LL JEANNE A OLSEN DE MARCOBROKER PETER J OLSEV SALESMAN VIRGi;, McKINNEY SALESMAN. JANET SHAW SALESMAN ..^rvr^.T LORIN WILLIXMS. SALESMAN PAULINE TINA WILLIAMS. SALESMAN MICHAEL P BERGEMEYER salesman ..34-2772 -S6S-M2S .M5-4ai .J6540M S64 58S3 964 58S3 ssvom RUITMH SBVW6 TM NBMUOM MU RM 30 TURS JEANNE \ OLSEN DEM \RCO BROKER 1 \

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^•§•34 SALESLADY • Neat, dependable, able U> Ulk te public. Geod pay, if you can sell Call 20Mm. B.C. "OtiriicHaKi BLACKMOUNTAIN --^:^^ PLUMBING lo'""'" • SEWEN & DRAIN LINES CLCANED • FAUCETS •GARBAGE DISPOSALS* ^ NEW HXTuflES INSTALLED ',/ COKHHCUL aiSWIMTUl W 5654749 L CUSTOM HOME FOR SALE I78.SO0 Now under construe tion 3 bdrm 2 bib. sunken living rm Tireplace. buili T^Q >^^^ in vacuum system Qualify now and pick your own car pet fc colors Call SS^299or 56t 1808 See at ai W Laval Dr. Hender>on TKDDV S KITCHEVETTES 'Jt brinx vour t*(bbra>h" 293 I7lt SHAKIEE PRODUCTS Rhoda*I) Hapadone \uthonzed Distributor 293-4350 B.r Woll fall On Voii BOULUEK lin CONDOS. in La Dolce Vita Luxury 2 bdrm condo. for sale by owner 1 due for* completion 1st of March 2nd i< occupied by owner 293 4171 Bf INDIVIDl'AL A CONTRAC TOR CONSl'LTANTS Bob O Dell 2130 Boulder Hwy SM17 S6S-0918 Hdn mwit Htmtsurn : NEED A CAR"' New in town" Old in Town" No credit' Short time on the job" Onl\ $100, $200 $300 or $401 down' Need an \utomobile to ijet around" Contact uv We approve our own con tractInstant delivery Wr will pickyott up A brinuyou to GUI car lot Just lelr phone 564 5909 Nevada \Uto Sales 1113 N BIdr Hwv Henderson \>\ One block south of Sunset Blvd A RIdr Hwy FREE riLM OR CASH DIS COtNT ON ALL FILMS, Priaied aU 4veUped at VANS NEVADA DRIG BOULDER arv, NV VOl NXMEIT, WEDOIT No juli lo small Residential or commerrial 293-3464 or 29.T 4284 BC m SHEET METAL I \pprenticeship classes Appiv May 14th thru 18th. | 501 N Lamb. L V. Ke quiretvents are high school or equivalent School be Kins in Sept. 1979 Equal] I Opportunitv Employer TIAY KRSON AND (MS-1 HMTASHEI •xpcritnct ktlpful. Eicalltnt btntfih.Hr(: 11:30 a.m. to! I p.m. Apply in ptrepn j Mfw##fi • om ono 4 pm | BOUIDER CITY CARE' WOMKN-MEIf' Wtnf • profea•ioaal opportiulty for unUmitetf eirnlBfi w-ltrgeit multi line'i Caapany? Beat trainliV wstUrtlnf Mlary to $15,000. We prepare you for State Teit. Prudential Ina. Co. Call 73S-4SM. Jcsie E. Pettcy, CLU. KING SIZE IIArnteS8,M Men 145 Ttt-lMt. BC rcondi Tfcundoy, May 10, II WAfiTED Experienced Me Miid. Pull or part time STARVUEW Motel 293 16 B.C. CUSTOM HOUSE POR SALE Wood floors, over 2000 q.| ft., 3 bdrm., Ig. fam rm., Pool| w-keater. I ear garafe, car-port Owner $100,000. Por| Appointment 293-002. B.C. 293-5151,8.1 SAVE $120 ON .NEW SIN(iER Fl'Tl'RA Sorensen s 509 \ve (• B (• MOBILE HOME, adults only Gingerwood Park 24 x 44. 2 bdrm 2 bath, ref air Very nice only $28,500. 1727 Teakwood or 293-1278 after 5 p.m. or weekends BC LICENSED CHILD CARE Snack A hot lunch Infantt A up. 8am lo 8 p m. Please rail 564-3770 >'^ r • ONE DAY drop off laundry service WASH. DRV A FOLD V)p,T Ih LAUNDERLANO Lake Mead A Water St Hen der'on VEOXS TYPEWRITER RE P\IR 1801 E Sahara l.a> Vciz.is 735 7325 Our spe cialty uied. rebuilt typew riters Satisfaction Kuaran teed l.OOKI.ViiTOBl V \ HOME IN BOri.DERCITVs,eHen derson Realt> ad or call .W .'151 • MINIATURE MALE SCHNAUZERS FOR SALE S50 must go by Sat. 1521 BC CARD SALE. closinK out Mothers Day FathersDa,v. Graduation 4 price NEVADA JEWELERS BC rtELP WANTED Keno Writers I Runners. Apply in Person 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. RAINBOW CLUB & CASINO l22Wat*rSl. tiendtreon, Nfv. • •••• • • • • •• MOTEL ROOMS A KITCHENETTES Color TVs, Itilitiesand Linens WEEKLY Ph Harry 451 2445 ARE YOU INTERESTED IN BECOMING A NURSES AID? If M coll Boulder City Core Center ol 793-5151. We will train yeu. SF.WINf; MXCHINES A V U' HMCLEWERS repaired SORENSENS Sewin^; center 509 Ave C 293 3770 BC 1966 CHEV WAGON 327 BISCAYNE 3 sp. 2 snow tire.s Good interior, good body. Kood engine and Transmission $600 FIRM Needs battery Call 964-5459 Hdn COVERS Custom Canvas I \WN VND V\RD M\IVT\ NXNCK sprinkler rcp.iir 293 4953 BC PHILLIPS RAMOiTY I EXPERT SERVICE I .MX .MAKE.S I & MODELS (COLOR TV STEREOJ IIC/I w:7m I S.ALE.S & SERVICE 2 W PACIFIC 564-2870 NEEDED IMMEDIATELY, live in babysitter, housekeeper, non drinking reliable per son, rm and brd, possibly small salary to itart 2t31471. 4 BDRM 2 STORY in Boulder City BRAND NEW DininR Rm fam rm W-F.P A Wet Bar 2S baths RV A Pool siied lot $77,900 Immed Occup Owner 293 4415 W\TEH HEXTERS In our jrehouse We i-epair A in stall (ias or Electric Ed llarwoods Consumer \p phancc 118 E Lake Mead nevtto7 11 store) 564 2210. Boulder City Condo 2 bdrm. 2 story with balcony Beautiful vie* o( Mtns Small pel nk $425 month 458 4328 BC SEWER CLEVNINT, minor plumbinir repair We have disposals in stock Ed ll.iruoods Consumer .\p phanre 118 E Lake Mead ni-\l in 7 II slnrtM Sfi4.2210 LARRY'S MAINTENANCE Sperializins in Painting and Summerizing Mobile Home Tops Di.scounts to Senior Citizen.s Call 3l 215.3 or 293 5215 for a Free Estimate Licen.se No 1984 B.C ^^^fsr Rosecrest Cobiiiets,liic. HENDERSON, NEVADA CvstM KHclmis 'mi 565-7472 raininc Pirklpi DeliverN service 1949 P.irkson Rojil 564-1983 ACIPINCTI RE ArihrllU. bartllii. migralae. aatkiaa. allero, sireke. tclailca. ilaai. K*at. prettale. 7U7t4Z DESERT MASONRY LictMisf No 15534 Bonded. Quality Masonry, resi dential and commercial Call. Greg 293 3697 H Gary293 820.T H M wary ^if.j ozu.J lOOKINO FOR WORK Tf HENDERSON M C SERVKI ^ 119 WATER ST. Offers NOFC:' Pbcements In a Variety of Jobs PROFESSIONAL •TECHNICAL A CLERICA^ Xr v/%.T. TRADES Of YOUR P^jl^j^^ \ PART TIME STATE OF NEVADA EMPLOVMENT SECURITY DEPARTMENT (ESD) OTHER ESD OFFICES AT: IJ5S.8th.L.V. 2071 L.V. Blvd.No.rN.L.V. ^ 1976 HBERFORM BOAT in and out, economical. 6 cvl Chevy Mere out drive. } Good fond good for skuni; and fishinc Trailer, tinat lovcr sun'^hade 293 3755 $:iooooo Br H'lf^y^f tUlUB-B Televition and Antenno Specialtie* of bowlder City f'u^Iom \nlenn,i lor the mo*t in virviinciind listen mL.ple.ivu^. I'll J9U97fi -B-gHWDVMXN Ben Del'ue will fiMt.rc dn it.add It on. Ln It dnu n. Vou name it. 1 do it ,'S65 74<> 73 Pontiac (iran Prix Loaded (>ni.d Condition $180n Ph .565 7974 aflera Tippetts Construction! FRKK KSTIM MK.S KK.\tol>Kl.I\t; P\T10(TiVFRS M)I)1T|0\<; l>-Vjn TippelinwniT Lie \.> i;<904 PH 565')95e 12 \ 44 Mobile Home 1 bdrm awning, skirtine. shed. Houlder City Park, adults only $8,000. For info call • 2934344 BC MOTOR ROUTES now ovailoble in Highland Hills areo PHONE 564-1881 Henderson Home News BOUIDER ELECTRIC l.i.ciisf,! iKindcd, m.ourc'il lie No I51B7 i (;all yt:t 1097 or 29.'? 4899 er air ii ni T i Tr mim r BABYSITTER WANTED Men Fri 7 to 5 30 Ph .564 1822 Hdn or • W5-5400 L V Teenagers, do not applv SLEEPING ROOM Private, quiet. 1 $1.50 cleaninR & ^e^urlty deposit. 564 5888 Hdn BLACK MTN COl NTRV TLLB .\REA 2 story 4 bdrm 14 hth 2184 sq ft oversized lot on park Ne i;rade >chool. >till under new home warranty More Private location, location location \skini; $78,000 Call 564 2491 Hdn >i/lKKNKKI>Li < Gla-Cn 451 5l5:t FOR SALE 75 Datsun pickup Headers Good gas mileai;e Ph .Se^gilW Hdn HIGHLAND HILLS area over Iookini;(H>lfCourse 2625>q ft Over 1200 -q ft in full basement 1 fireplace upstairs 1 down 2 baths up I down $24 000 assumption \>>ume loan $59,585 Owner Licensee. 564^2765 or 565 87.11 FOR RENT 1 bdrm furn apt Mature adults onl> Ph 564 1289 Hdn OUR 25TH YEAR FOR RENT IN BC Loveiv :) bdrm 2 bath. Mobile with view, \vailable June 1st $400 per mo 293-4680 B C HOrSE FOR RENT 1213 Ave I BC 3 bdrm 2 full baths dh liar, fenced yard Co vered patio auto sprink lers $500 mo 293 3201 B C. FOR SALE Iff Garage door $75 with fixtures Bumper pooltable$50 293-3201 BC HOrSE AND GARDEN HE CENTLV ran an article on this house full of furniture Must sell all this week Ev erythinc for the home <'us torn m;ide living room sofa and loveseat. Tables All Hercuinn high back den sofa and love seat (iather ings of a lifetime Rugs, paintings, formal dining room set includes table and 6 chairs Rreakfront buffet Antiques, patin furniture Kint; size bdrm includes big 4 poster bed. dresser and mirror. 2 nite stands, chest, mattress and box springs, just paid $.3500 only $1600 \No have 3 other complete sets Pool Equip custom made water bed with leaded glass doors 1977 Lincoln Mark V Lo^s of imported lamps Strictly by appoint ment 735 7302 ra^ DANNEBERGER PLUMBING & HEATING ^ •CONTRACTING •NEW CONSTRUCTION •RESIDENTIAL •COMMERCIAL REMOOEUNGI 24 HOUR SERVICE CALLS • 7 DAYS A WEEK 565-8035 • 315 WATER ST.. HDN. r r ADVERTISERS {PLEASE PROOF I I Your ad the first day | j* in case an error ocI curs. The Boulder City } f News will assume no I responsibility after | I the first day of publiI cation Error claims j I must be made imI mediately. I t—i. — Irmrrmrfmrf ^ •Do it right with AMWAY? 5 PRODUCTS lO^f Discount on all orders thru May. Call • 293-4429 2 WANTED someone to clean house 1 time a week. 293 2887 aflerfiBC TRAVEL TRAILER sleeps 6, air.newtires,$900 293 3262 BC LIVE IN VEGAS, work in Boulder Share ride" Call Carroll. 293 1281.4515829 SEARS FIRM LINE BELT MASSAGER $25 Large Swamp cooler $100 54' chain link 36' complete w gate, new stainless dbl sinkw faucet $50. 25sq. ft ceiling tile $15 293 4413 BC FOR S\LE BY OWNER 3 bdrm 1 hath, basement, fireplace, large country kitchen, new Sears texture coating, terraced backyard Highly desirable area Principals only Evenings onU.Call 293 3741 BC atleSiSgeSiiiiiie!eSi!>iSaeSiil8& HELF WANTED ever 21, apply in perMnlil' { CoMor'* niieri*. I.C. sgetSA Realty Executives 736-8551 OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY SUNDAY (MAY 12113) 11AM—SPM Proudly wt prMtnt •xocutivo living ot it btt on thii half ocrt, sonod for hersts, property in Hondorson. All now construction and vory woll built. 4 Br., 3 Bo., foimol dining room, family roont with loo-through firoploco. Country kitchon hot thro* holo (ink and plus 2 cor gorogt. Tho oxtrot includo built-in vocuum tyitom, inttrcom tystom and a 20 yoor warranty on tho itoti typhoon tilo roof. All this and mero for $115,000. NO. 510 EVENINGS CAU 564-2765 BABYSITTING • My home Vn-\ yrs 9654140. Hdn NOW ACCEPTING APPUCATIONS FX)R SEAMSTRESSES Apply in person at 975 W Uke Mead Dr.964^2621 Hdn CLEAN GREEN lAWN SERVICE Licensed, dependable lawn care, FREE ESTIMATES, Reasonable monthly rates 293 3619 B C ^Si?^^^*i*^WKWKw^ [B HENDERSON PROPIRTIES INC. 'THE PROPERTY PEOPLE' itMTM Kxerutivp & >>ales Officf 18 Water Street, Henderson NV 89015 Branch Sales Office 1636 Nevada Hiehviay. BC NV 89005 MLS •*""* yivmo MivKi HENDftSON — S64-2S15 293-21 SI •OUIOEICITY Dwone lowboch Cory lebirtMn ilnoro Tumr Joctte Waeldn^te vO^P^fO MOfWIOtl !•(• HerwKk Julte Wetaen .1. aveve ine^fs^e^ SAS-IM7 SM-9WI 5*5-9393 944-1M3 SS-9340 $$.747 99-74S7 S54*> OioHe* KMiiew .393-1340 •74-SM7 HI4 weracn 393.457a Ann Schnitilem.. 23-3Sie Reeef Wv 293 1443 • vny "'wwwn 293-44ft Ty Oernicn ...393-I09* OPEN 9AM~6>M DAILY I 10-4 SUNDAYS HIGHLAND HILLS Assumption with lew VA in terest Four bedroom, double garage, nice >ard with block wall Call soon for your appointment 5M-2S19 OWNEI WIU CAIIY RE Zoned acre on Fairway Drive Water assessment paid, elertnc and telephone available FAMILY SIZE AND COUNTIY SHLE Master suite with rear door for future pool Three large bedrooms 'upstairs Familyroom with Tireplare plus game room Convenient kitchen overlooking covered patio This large home is on a hone zoned cannon lot fully rail renced with grass and sprinklers VA appraised at $M.900 READY FOR SUMMER This delightful covered patio and pool area are perfect for hot summer days The lush landscaping with atulmatic sprinkler systems All this i'oe5Witha3bedroom.2 bath custom home Call now for an appointment BUILOINC LOTS W ACRE in Section 19 for $15 500 Water, power, telephone and sewer 1 ACRE in MISSION HILLS 117.850 Water, power and telephone 1 ACRE IN SECTION 4 for $17000 Water power and telephone NO QUAUFYING On this lovely 3 bedroom home with lovely used bnck fireplace Call tor more details GOOD VIEW From tills nice level bttilding lot Won t last long, call for more details. BEAT THE HOT SUMMER DAYS Splash into this large pool and keep cool Enjoy the evening summer breezes on the balcony with a breathtak ing view of the entire valley This 4-bedroom. 2W bath is ideal forthe large family Call for an appointment now 'BOULDER CITY PROPERTIES' MICf 0 RIGHT '• BOULDER CITY BUUH 192 Acre Ranch Estate, Super family home overlooking the valley in one of Boulder City's most prestigious homes "TOP OF THE LINE throughout: SEE THIS FAN TASTIC HOME TODAY Appt only. Call 293 2151 or evenings: 2n-497S. NEW USHNOi HAS JACUUN 2 bdrm home with 3rd bdrm converted to family room, co vered patio, desert landscaping, automatic sprinler Call 93 2191 eves 293 1622 OWN A fIKE OF THE ROCK With a Panoramic view of Boulder City One otthe most unique homes you will every see 2091 iquarc feet, inter com. indirect lighting, ceramic, brick, wood, lush carpet, Roman tubs throughout and more W Acre toned RR, Appointment only Call 293-2191 or eve ni ncs 293-4571. wmmmmmtmmmmmm WHY WAin UVE ON THE OOIF COUISE Unbelievably below 9100,000 2 story, 3 Bedroom, 2 Baths, used brick fireplace in familK room, sundeek, covered patio Call 2S3-2151 or evenings 293^1622 OWNER WIU CARRY 1148 square feet of new living space 3 Bedrooms. W Bath, Heated Pool and spa for the summer weather. MARINA HIGHUND LOTS Use your imagination. These two lots allow you to be KING 4 QUEEN of the Mountain View and privacy unexcelled Call 293 2151 Pric Payi lot is 20 X43, Mobi 9M-2919. MOBILE HOME AND LOT IN HENDERSON me. Call Today IF YOU DON'T SEE YOUR HOME ... WE HAVE OTHERSIII Cov] fEACH, AiMOttO is3 Lcwii Rnkleri. LoFlieRt area. Call or 293^1622 UNOBSTRUCTED VIEW OF LAKE MEAD This prime corner lot located in Marina Hifhlands Haa Everything OWNER WILL CARRY Call now. 3-2l91. "REALTORS SERVING THE' HENDERSON AREA FOi| 30 YEARS Henderson Child Core Center Mly & Wnkiy Rot0s St. Peter's Hall, Boulder Hwy. H 565-9384 1976 SPECTRA 18 ft 480 Ford BerkleyJet Excellentcontf 2934342 or 293-2293 1976 MOBILE HOME FOR SALE -14x70 three bdrm, 2 t\i\\ bath Carpeted, drapes Located in Family Park 293-3700 after 4 B C. MSTANTCASN lilt 21^ U Martgage and Trust Deeds HUNKKOai ^%-km 170^56 \sk your neighbor, he knewt me. tf""""J.UiP v:\ LOTS LEVELED PADS BUILT BASEMENTS DUG FTM Estimotts Ph. 452-7274 THREE BDRM. 1^ bath IHyr old corner house. Sprink lers, fenced all around Horizon Park Area 8^ As sumption Call 565 9829 Hdn WANTED: Desk Clerk. Part time & graveyard shift. Lake Mead Best Western Motel. Lake Mead k Water St.. Hdn 1977 Thunderbird Loaded $5300 Call between 12-4 pm 564-9710 FOR SALE: Sears white washer dryer 4 yrs old exc condition $325 Firm 5650921 WWTED Chevv Parts En t;ines. transmissions. etc Cash or trade Kcllv Class 451 5153 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 BEAUTIFUL 28 FT Sycamore 5th Wheel Travel Trailer. Totally self contained Also 1974 Ford Pickup Newly rebuilt engine. 565-9807. Hdn. .ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Opn Mttting: Wed., 8:00 p.m. PUBUC INVITED: SI Water Street $65-7073 FOR RENT 2 bedrm. fur nished apartment, covered carport adult section, $285 month 293 4632 B C FiEE FILM OR CASH DI8 COINT ON ALL FILMS. Primed and developed at VANS NEVADA ORtG. BOILBERCITV, ^V DOES YOUR BATHROOM MARLITE NEED RCPLAC INGFree Estimates. 5642191 Hdn DRIVER K LICENSE TE.STS Tuesday and Wednesday S 45 am lolZneon lpmto4l5pm.Clly annex Civic Center 200 Water Street RaomC :40 YEARS EXPERIENCE! JTRIMMIN^J AND REMOVING; JTHEES Serving HendersonJ • area. 293 2115 JEFTS "KORATING SERv'iCE paintinj; wall papering iiHei-ior exterior RALPH $65-0571 ^^IJondedJilicensed LOW DOWN PAYMENT & FINANCING with approved credit 2 3 bdrm Mobile Homes Call 565 8490 or 564 3333 Save 90% on almost new Eureka Vacuum Cleaner traded i n on the amazing new Royal Sorenaen's 509 Ave C BC LOOK YOUR BEST, have a fre. facial with Mary Kay Cosmetics 293 4646 B C rix: For sale in ADULT PARK 12 x 60 Mobile Home AC. 3 bdrm 14 bath 565-8172 after 3 -It arRealti :LJI ,C A fuO-time staff of 30 Professionals, wilh Spedaists^ in Boulder City and Henderson. areas 73fr€551 R SPECIAL OF THE WEEK PEACEFUL C0-E.\1STANCE CAN BE FOUND IN THIS DELIGHTFUL THREE BEDROOM HOME THAT HASCARPETINGANDDRAPES,2CAR GARAGE AND LOCATED IN HENDERSON. ONLY 1^ YEARS OLD PERFECT FOR THE FAMILY WHO WANTS THE BEST OUT OF LIFE. PRICED AT B62J50.00. NO 471. SUNSHINE LIVING IN HENDERSON KTRT K T fgE iflxgO MOBIL E H/IMfe WITH E.XPANDO ON LIVING ROOM. EXTRA LARGE FAMILY ROOM iS SEPARATE FROM MOBILE HOME 3 STORAGE SHEDS. A WORK SHOP MEASURING 9 3x11.3 2 BEDROOMS OF COURSE AND A COVERED PATIO. CALL NOW. NO 498 • iiffiWi, JG IN THIS SUPERMOBILE HOME LOCATED IN HENDER.SON HAS 2 BEDROOMS. FAMILY ROOM. 14x60 WITH ACREAGE AND HAS A P.ATIO. WHAT A BARGAIN AT $29,500.00. NO. 292. THE FUTURE WITH A mm tij^ffNBoMN yiAi'rtMp ^iliJ03l:Tiiii Tttt^^TjMNlER YOU CAN HAVE A BEAUTIFUL 2 BEDROOM CONDO IF YOU ACT NOW. UPSTAIRS IS THE KITCHEN. DINING AREA AND LIVING ROOM WHILE DOWNSTAIRS 2 BEDROOMS. AND BATH AND LARGE LAUNDRY ROOM THIS MUST BE SEEN NOW AS IT WONT LAST AT $62,000.00 NO. 481. A POOL. A VIEW AND YOU! THIS LOVELY 4 BDRM.. 1V BATH HOME HAS A BEAUTIFUL POOL. 15X30 WITH DIVING BOARD AND POOLSWEEPt. HOUSE IS VERY WELL KEPT AND VERY CLEAN BLOCK WALL FENCE AROUND POOL AREA. AND A BEAUTIFUL VIEW OF LAS VEGAS AND THE MOUNTAINS. TO TOP IT ALL ONLY 7 MILES FROM LAKE MEAD $76,500. NO. 508. ffifflWMWlTS BOSTON THIS HALF ACRE ZONED FOR HORSES PROPERTY. ALL NEW CON STRUCTION AND VERY WELL BUILT. 4 BEDROOMS. 3 BATHS. FORMAL DINING ROOM, FAMILY ROOM WITH SEE-THROUGH FIREPLACE AND COUNTRY KITCHEN WITH THREE HOLE SINK. A TWO-PLUS CAR GARAGE THE E.XTRAS INCLUDE BUILTIN VACUUM SYSTEM.INTERCOM SYSTEM AND A 20 YEAR W.\RRANTY ON THE STEEL TYPHOON TILE ROOF ALL THIS AND MORE FOR $115,000. NO. 510. mm ixicunvissrvii| HM NlMlflM • PtlMlf uly wW HM NfltiMMl ItUcitiM Strvkt* Nil Ctltr Sbfwcist d NBi MOTORHOME FOR RENT 1979 26 It generator and air. fully equiped 293 2691 BOAT FOR SALE Newman 23 Ft Cuddy Cabin 4 seats to sleep6 228MercuryCruiser in & out w heavy duty 2 axle trailer, winch & side rails Many extras 565 6385 Hdn 65 FORD'1 TON PICKUP, runs' and looks Rood. $1,000 293 1149 or 293 5250 B.C. KELVIN\TOR RE FRIC.ERATORS. washers, dryers, rannes. freezers. Room air Cond. disposals Ed Harwood >. Consumer \ppliance Co. 118 E Lake Mead inexl to 7 11 store) 564 2210 ASSISTANT MANAGER for food services. Full service restaurant background required. Salary ; commensurate w-experience Equal I Opportunity Employer. CA NEED TO SELL YOUR HOUSE? WE WIU BUY IT NOW! CMk 293-1613 "Curly' SmitS, Inc THE PAK RAT 293-4709 Antiques & Imports IS now accepting quality an tiques on consignment If you have something you would like to sell. Call us at BC JL JK, JU BEST YET MAINTENANCE Residential house cleaning, Licensed, Furniture, Walls, carpeting, windows, kitchens, bathrooms, ceilings, woodwork, etc. Michael and Susan Grabhorn =fc*3t tBa a tt 293-5444 FOR SALE Immediate occu pancy. dbl wide mobile horn? T LC 3 bdrm,2 bath. Adult park by appt 293 3638 or 293 4629 BC LPN NEEDED in St George, Utah. Small nursing home, i!Ood salary, community college & LDS Temple walking distance. Call collect for Mr. or Mrs Bagnell. (801) 6733882 $5 00 REWARD offered for use of any picture of "NIG" not previously used by Boulder City News Picture will be returned Call 293 1716 or 293 2302 B C BRAND NEW 3 bdrm home for rent in Henderson 1800 sq. ft on 4 acre Zoned for horses 2 fireplaces $665 mo plus cleaning dep (which is completely re fundable Ph 731 7295 or after 5pm. 870-7762 FOR SALE Livestock rack All steel construction Suitable for horses or livestock Fits pickup bed 585^8656 HDN GENERAL OFFICE Receptionist, heavy phone, accurate typists, bookkep ing knowledge, pleasant personality, excellent benefits, apply in person bet ween 9 and 4 BC CARE i Si CENTER 293 51.11 RC FOR SALE Zion Hunting & Fishing \ ACRE between Zion East gate & Navajo Lake $5,000 00 Call FC West, Panaca, Nv 728-4514 SAND, GRAVEL. TOP SOIL l> LANDSCAPE ROCK, Call ZMZIliJIC ^ _^ LICENSED CHILD CARE in my home 565^7412 Hdn 1970 TOYOTA Recently over hauled Call Weekends. 564 5353 after 4 30 HDN SALES CLERK • CASHIER wanted. Experienced only Apply in person; RASCO STORE, Henderson Plaia Shopping Center. Hdn LAWNS MOWED Young man experienced in yard work has mower, edger. and weed eater Wants to take care of your yard Call 2931622 NOTICE TO JAME.S & CAROL HUMPHREY: Unless 2 cars which were at 513 Buchanan are picked up at 123 Cholla within five days (May 13. 1979) and storage fee paid, they will be towed away FOR SALE BY OWNER 3 bdrm, 2 bath, Irg. Liv. rm fam. rm utility rm See thru fireplace, up graded carpel 2 car garage Parking for RV. vehicles. 2 yrs. old. corner lot in executive area, across from golf course $79,000 293^4284 BC 1973 Jlasspar and trailer, 17 % ft 165 mere cruiser, excel ski and fishing rig, only 127 hrs on this boat. If you can find a cleaner rig III buy it 293 3776 CASH OFFICE PERSONNEL, bookeeping, cashier, ex perience preferred, full time, permanent position Call for appt WESTWORLD 564 1311 F ^immmiiiiuum WA.NTED Yards to landscape, Planters to build, H Sprinkler Systems to install, Roto tilling. Yard Work Call for free estimate. 564-2373 Hdn. Young American Homes Presents City View Terrace 2,3 & 4 Bedrooms Priced *42^to*51350 FHA,VA HNANCING EXCLUSIVE SALES AGENTS Roberts Realty 125 W. UKE MEAD DR nonaMMrMrrupi 2 Bdrm. Apts. Brand New. Electric Air Conditioning Furn, or Unfum. Major Ave. & Eastminiiter 564-5959 PMific Energy soving built double pone windows SHORT 6 BABY GRAND 50 YEARS OLD $600.565-7149 Hdn CHILDS BEGINNER WATER SKIS WANTED • must be reasonable, and in good condition Call 564 1881 days 451 6386 eves $285 CHILDREN WELCOME 2 big bdrms Air Prestige Re ntals 457 4733 WANTED Janitorial person Must apply in person at Best Western Lake Mead Motel 85 Lake Mead Dr 564 1712 Crestway ERA Black Mountain Realty IB lumi nAArltrkLrw^., LD^-.IC>
FAMILY OPERATED BUSINESS in Fast Growing Hen derson Right downtown. Family operated, good investment Small amount of cash sets you up in profitable going business Will give details aiid full information upon request OVER 63 ACRES Beautiful View of Entire Valley Priced to sell all or part K H M M AFTER HOURS C\LL JEANNE A OLSEN DE MARCOBROKER PETER J OLSEV SALESMAN VIRGi;, McKINNEY SALESMAN. JANET SHAW SALESMAN ..^rvr^.T LORIN WILLIXMS. SALESMAN PAULINE TINA WILLIAMS. SALESMAN MICHAEL P BERGEMEYER salesman ..34-2772 -S6S-M2S .M5-4ai .J6540M S64 58S3 964 58S3 ssvom RUITMH SBVW6 TM NBMUOM MU RM 30 TURS JEANNE \ OLSEN DEM \RCO BROKER 1 \

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^ N>ndtenow MMM Nwt and UvMt Gty Ntwtl WWWPWWVWWWWMW* MURtAY BUILOIRS Bonded Lie No ISOM Patio rovers. Room Addition.?, Remodel. New Con '. struction If In a Hurry, Call MUR RAV 293-3100 riMWM MMMMMMMMMMMMMW CLEAN OREEN LAWN SERVICE Licensed, dependable lawn care. FREE ESTIMATES, Reasonable monthly rates 293 3619 BC Free Glass, mirror It lumber cutoffs Kellys Glass 4S1 S153 TOWING BUSINESS Boulder City Area, includes 3 trucks. Nevada. P S C Certificate. Owner Licensee 293-1622 BC 1972 FORD PICKUP • 1 Ton New 365 Engine Short block Paint, upholstery k mags Superior condition Call 565-6308 Hdn WASH CAR-TRUCK STORAGE ALL TYPES BOAT BARN 565-6966 GARCIA CONCRETE CONTRACTOR License 15333 Bonded 565 9028 AARON FfNCING Fr* Ettimottt Choin link A Wood Ftncing 20 Ytora Exp. Ph. 451-8190 ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS complete Kelvinator line 6000 BTU to 25.000 BTU See them at Ed Harwood's Consumer Appliance Co 118 E Lake Mead (next to 7 11 store) 564-2210 FOR SALE: Immediate occu pancy Brand new Chism Home in Henderson 2 story. 4 bdrm, living rm family rm dining rm, Hreplace, double car garage, drapes k block wall $71,000 Call 565-0673 Hdn NEW CONDO IN BOULDER CITV 2 bdrm take over buyer's contract $3,000 below current price Call 4518349 NATURWAY NATURAL FOOD llSnSk Nev Hwy BC SALE IVitamins. minerals, while I products last 293 1844 MUBtMWiMnBWWHwO it CONTIACfOtSUClNSI NO 10270 Lloyd Ellion Tom Bonlltaui NOW WITH GCHRAi awnAOM gualily Work Hemooel Customs — Framini: —Concrete Patios. Etc Licensed & Bondrrt S64-S303 STAIS Of TOMOltOW ARE KIHO lOIN TODAY AT DANa THEATRE WEST oo LADIES!! Avoid joining expensive spas. Our slimnastics class IS available on a week to week basis Come in and lose those unwanted inches, Joix-Top-Gymnattici ond Ballot Storting 090 2iwp 293-3677 tfe: JE ac I lOOf REPAII NEW CONSTWCnON HOT ROOf SHAKES SHINGIIS TIL! EE HT1MATIS '>20 N ftOOlDM HWY HCNDItSON, NEVADA, NO QUALIFYING HOME FOR SALE New 3 bdrm 2 bath, dbl gar age. fenced, draped Can be partially furnished. Call 565-6308 HELP WANTED for seasonal work, mature over 21 Knowledge of store • snack bar Hepful, but not neces sarv Interested call 293 1891 BC KEUY'S GLASS A MIRROR CO. • Complete Glass Services 5700 Boulder Highway 24 Hr SefMce 451-5153 BABY QUILTS, homemade Preciously unique baby quilts and pillows Make wonderful gilts on any occasion Very, very reasonable Call day or nite Debbie or leave message with Gary. 293 1247 B C HILLTOP LOT FOR S\LE Manna Highlands no 2 Large lot with exquisite view of Lake Mead $34,950 Owner can finance 293 1167 after 5pm and weekends BC PART TIME OR FULL TIME WORK Be your own boss Work your own hours Have your own Fuller brush route $6 to $8 per hour starting. 878-0254 m.i..nnnnmaf...^..^^ JOHNSON'S LAWN SERVICE Will mow lawns, trim, pull weeds, rake, any lawn service 293-2215 '<^*mmmmmmtmttttintitni>>m • • "FREE FOR SALEJ BY OWNER SALES I KIT" • • Contains informa• • tion brochures and ,, • ^ some great selling aids to help you get a • quicker sale with a ^ ^ lot fewer problems call us anytime and we'll send one out to ^ you absolutely free of charge, no obliga* ^ tion of course. jCall REALTY* : EXECUTIVES ; I 736-8551 ** • 2CommercialLots Downtown BC by owner asking $72,500 293-4556 1957 HICKS MOBILE HOME, 45' X 8" Seniors only, $3,000 Can be teen at Moore's Trailer Park, Space 54, 701 Elm, Boulder City. 564-2503 NEW Custom Home for sale by owner 3 bdrm 2 bath, 2 car garago, fireplace, walk in pantry & large storage area On '* acre lot Ph 565-0149 Hdn HELP WANTED' Station at lendant Experienced \pply at Zikes Hdn Tex aro. Water & Lake Mead HdtrTNT Construction: Custom Homes, One stop. Remodeling. Homes, Office, night club Travel^ Licensed A Bonded 564^5329 Hdn. COOL BLUE POOL Cute Studio Air, Patio $195, Prestige Rentals 457-4733 2 BIG BDRM Kids k Pets OK Laundry $275 Prestige Rentals 457 4733 OWNER IN HENDERSON 3 bdrm. w 15x30 swimming pool $48,500 Ph. 9654)137, BRAND NEW 3 bdrm. 2 bath Lewis Home in BC 451 7832 for rent 1.2*3 bdrm trail ers S3nto$60wk Call 565 776.'?or565 7141 Hdn WILL TEACH BLUE GRASS Pickin" Guitar, mandolin and Dobrow Leave message forChet 293 5175 BC REWARD offered for return of Gold engagement ring lost at 7 11 on Lake Mead Sen timenUl value Ph 565-7777 MUSIC LESSONS in your home Piano. Voice. Guitar, banjo, mandolin. College Accredited Teacher Ph 564^1256 or 564-3717 BY OWNER Lovely 3 bdrm Lewis Home Many extras Enjoy pool and view of l^s Vegas lights Walk to park and new Elem School 612 Severn, Hdn 565^7618 HOMES NEW TILE ROOF" 4 bedrooms, 2 bath, double garage On extra large lots $86.50000 JUST LISTED" 3 bedroom, 2 bath Villa Del Prado home Very attractively upgraded $74,500 NE AR THE GOLF COURSE" Custom 3 bed room.2 bath $72.500 00 ON ELCAMINO" Wood floor. 3 bedroom.2 bath Custom $69.500 00 MOBILE HOMES IN GINGERWOOD 2 bedroom. 1 bath $14,900 Im mediate occupancy 1977 FIESTA TRAVEL TRAILER" 1 bedroom. 1 bath, space no 10 Moores Park Adults only Furnished $10.900 00 BEAUTIFUL SPUT LEVEL" 28x60 Adults 2 bedro^im, 2 bath Includes 60x100 foot lot LAND 21 ACRES OF COMMERCIALLY ZONED LAND Terms BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES SHOP OR OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE $225 per month SMALL BUSINESS AVAILABLE CCTON fl.CARRCTT ReaLTV PHONE 293-3333 "Vivian Richards 29.1 1757 Bart H\lie 29.12144 fdrnl Ro/ich 29.1 4950 Elton \l Ojncll m 2839 RtALTO" TNf DOMi M3-1AI3 3f3-337 m Comoto1t10Nio4oWthwoy,"T>wDomo"f coW Byron Grahun 2S3144'? Sue Broadbent 293-1 TomFnaryl 293^1150 Mel DunawaV lO-Mn Shirley Phillip* JW-IOOB G A "Curly" Smitli 123t Lillian Collins 565-7101 nancy Murphy 2a|^33K Ed Harvey 29) 1937 293 1599 954 Nevada Hwy., Boulder Cit NEAR SCHOOLS, 2 bdrm concrete brick home Large lot with room for expansion Custom drapes Assumable FHA loan Won't last at $54JKI0 ACCEPTING BACK UP OFFERS on this lovely 4 bdrm W hath home with 2 car garage and automatic sprink lers Pnced at $63,500 LOVELY 4 bdrm 2 bath home With extra guest room or studio New carpet beautifully land-scaped. auto sprink lers, water softener, carport and vovered patio, plus much more Assumable FHA loan, must see $73,500 CORONADO ESTATES Beautiful 2 bedroom mobile home on large lot w carport, 3 storage sheds, many fruit trees adult section, reduced to $47,900 00 HIGH ON THE MOUNTMN Below appraisal Mas ter bedroom suite has Jacuizi and fireplace Must see to appreciate this luxury home, $125,000 00 NEW LEWIS HOME 4 bedroom, 2 bath, family room. Priced right at $82,500 R \RE FIND 3 bedrooms, 2 bath home with 16 \ 30 pool, plus spa Good terms Only $76,500 HKiHW W FRONTAGE See us for details on property ffVl^piNG LOTS AVAlLABLf LAKE MEAD VIEW LOTS ON CUI^DESAC Reduced for quick sale 2 adjoining lota $30,000 VIEW OF CITY Overlook Boulder City and Eldorado Vallcv Over 4 Acre each Prices begin at $21,500 SUBDIVISION II One half acre high on the hill, $28,000, including assessments. GOLF COURSE • Large comer lot, $32,000 RENTALS We have several executive homes ivtilable, including new mobile home $500 and up. RENTALlargelbdrm plus brick stucco home with flroplace On Colorado Street Approx 850 tq ft of unique home $350 month. WI HAVE lUYEIS WI NIED USTlNOf 31 YEAIS PtONEEIING REAL ESTATI IN lOULOER CITY 36 Try the HENDERSON PIAZA APTS. • 2Bedrooni • Fura&Unfuni • Pool ic 730 OntBf St ln|tannLSB6-?Bai ebdiw* •***> MOSSEirS MASONRY Dnn Mosnr Mnon Contridor IJLNa 14768 ^3t m • Mies ( FOR'ALLYOUKX GL\SS NEEDS' / ^^ SHARE RIDE: Henderson to Spring Mtn. k Industrial Rds Mon-Fri 8 to 5 Ph. 5f 2483 after530p.m. Hdn SECRETARY Statistical typing, bookkeeping background, filing West World. 564-1311 for appointment. Hdn We repair Appliances, lawn mower Home Repairs Cooler Repairs Located in Jack's Rental Center Boulder City Custom 4 bdrm. 2H bth home in new pretigi ous area Below appraisal at $125,000 Ph 293 3046 BC BC VILLE DEL PRADO, HOME 4 mos. old, 2 bdrm, 2 bath corner lot, under warranty $63,000, 293-5260. BOOKKEEPER WANTED. j 4} Water St. I Call 564-2210. I V ri-Wo^fiiAen want 1 ^•**^''***^*<**^<^NI^ sional opport. for u WANTED Experienced hair dres.serw-following. Full or part time Witches Hut Beauty Salon. 565-0158. Hdn ^H '7Hf RE IS NO SUBSmUTf FOK EXPf RliNCf" |K ^DICK BIAR REALTYREALTORS 833 NEVADA HWY.. B.C. 293-2171 or 293-3402 REALTOR AFTER HOUR§ CALL: Bob Blair 293-2049 Carl Cowan 293 1499 Andrea Anderson „ 293 2158 Katie Cartlidge 293-2254 Michele Hess :..,.: 293 1277 Tom Brvan 293-3475 Claude Smith 293-4020 MLS M FINE LARGE YARD. 3 bdrm 2 bath, nice home with large fenced backyard. 2 car garage and covered patio. Only $62,500 LOTS OF SHADE, Charming older home in excellent area. 2 bdrm., 1 bath, basement, fireplace, maintenance free exterior, assume good loan Only $58,500 FINE 4 BEDROOM, Family home with 21 x 44' family room, fireplace, carpet, drapes, range, dishwasher, 2 car garage, fenced, approximately 1770 Sq Ft liveable $86,500. GOLF COURSE A 15O0 sq n. firep FIXER UPPER, older 3 bdrm., $48,500 builfS^rm., 1^ bath, over loJi wall $75,500 1^ bath, priced to tell at. EXCELLENT LOCATION, older 3 bdrm home, 2 bath, ma lure landscaping, 2 fireplaces, one in family room, and 1 in master bedroom, new carpeting .. $79,900. LAKE MEAD VIEW, custom 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 car garage, sunken living room, workshop, and utility room, central vacuum, cultured stone fireplace, custom country kitchen, with Jenn-Air Range Many other extras $175,000 LOVE 2 STORY, 4 bdrm 2H bath, fam rm fenced, sprinklers, custom carpel, drapes, assume good loan, priced at $85,000 FINE LAKE MEAD VIEW New Custom 3 bdrm 2 bath, fireplace, tri-level. See us for information. CLOSE TO SHOPPING has 2 bdrm rental in basement, 3 bdrm. main house, dining area, garage, sprinklers, wood floors, new roof. Good Location $65,500 FINE AREA 4 bdrm 2 bath, fam rm 2 car garage Carpet, drapes, all this for only $78,500 00 BEAUTIFUL 4 bdrm iVbath, custom decorating, sprinklers, washer 4 dryer, block wall fencing, fine view, 2 car garage, fireplace, $86,000 NEAR LAKE MEAD New custom 4 bdrm, 2 bath, 2 car garage 1806sq ft. livingspace Fireplace, patio All Electric Auto sprinklers. See 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 beautiftil view. TERRinC VIEW, 4 bdrm, 2H baths, on 88 acres, fam rm fireplace, over2.500sqft..2cargarage.FINECUSTOM BUY BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM, 3 bdrm k den, 2 M\ bathi, shake roof rcc rm. 24x24, fireplace, spectacular view, on approx. H acre lot, $114,500.00 NEAR GOLF COURSE, Custom 4 bdrm, 2 fUll 4 2H batha. large patio, fam rm fireplace, approx 3,400 sq. It brick home with excellent view, REAL EXECUTIVE HOME. WE HAVE CUSTOM HOMES UNDER CONSTRUCTION. AH in fine areas, see us for info and prices FINE AREA. 4 bdrm 2 bath, family room, large patio, au^. sprinklers, custom carpet, over 2.000 >q. ft. liveable. Fine custom buy at $96,000 SPECTACULAR CUSTOM, 4 bdrm 2*i baths, approx 3.400 sq ft fine landscaping, fenced, auto sprinklers, large finished garage, fireplace, fam rm.. 2 large patiot. SEE US FOR INFO EXCELLENT HOME. 3 bdrm 2 bath, new carpet 4 drapci. covered paUo SEE THIS FINE BUY AT $68,900 00 BRICKCONSTRUCnON6bdrmi,2fUII baths. 90x100 ft, lot. H Block from schools. Remodeled Kitchen Approx. 3,160 sq. It liveable, Pnced at $MJ00.00 IMMACULATE, 4 bdrm, 24 bath, lovely landscapint formal dining rm fenced, 2 car garage, auto spnnkltrs, GREAT BUYATtCOOOOO CALL TODAY FOR BUILDING LOT INFO many with vjowi of Lake and Overlooking the Town of Boulder City professional opport, for unlimited earnings with largest multi lines company^ Best training with starting salary to $15,000 We prepare you for state test PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COMPANY, Call 735 653S, Jesse E Pet tey CLU FOR RENT • KItdwMMeo. f20 wk. UlilMoo Mid. Shady RoM Motel. S4S-7M. I ADVERTISERS ^ PLEASE PROOF Your ad the first day in case an error occurs. The Henderson Home News will assume no responsibility after the first day of I publication. Error I claims must be made • immediately EXPERIENCED CMIPENTER fast, work by the hour Framinc. rooms, addi tions. fencing, etc 179 BC J }^l FOR your rock 4 sand needs, call Fargo Pacific Rock and Sand 564-22S0 6am to4pm. SEE us rOR COMMERCIAL 4 INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY 99^m9^9^f VMS ^^W^fwty H 9lfv I^VClVf^< .....I BOULDER REALTY REALTORS MLS FOR INFORMATION CAU: 293-3232 293-3300 A TOUCH OFCLASS best describes this cute2 bdrm. IS bith. mobile home in Gingerwood Located on a nicely landscaped lot and ready to move into. Excellent buy for only $13,900. DUPLEX WANTED for qualified buyer. Call us! GREAT BUY in Gingerv od Come by and see this cute 2 bdrm W bath Mobile Home with expando livincroom. Only $13,000 and ready to move into. Call fbr details. BEAT INFLATION!!! Like new 4 bedroom Villa Del Prado. 1* baths, vaulted ceiling. Immediate Occupancy, Good FHA Assumption $70,900 LIVE HIGH on a hilltop overlooking Boulder City. 4 Bedroom Custom with den. family room. Formal living and dining room. Zoned for horses. A TOUCH OF CLASS with this 4 bdrm brick constructed home large. 110' x 155' tree shaded lot with view of Lake Mead Appraised for $120,000 Call for details GREAT LOCATION is yours with this Villa Del Prado 3 bdrm 1\ bath home Hurry won't last long Located at li20 Fuenle IMMACULATE 4 Bedroom, W Bath, Family Room, Blockwall4 RV Parking A Full I7S0sq ft of living area with separate garage • price to sell at $78,500. EXCELLENT FLOOR PLAN 3 bedroom, H Bath.Family Room, 2 Car Garage. Cathedral ceilings, beautifiil back yard includes covered patio w-Wrought iron rail, redwood decking and free form swim pool Must see at $79,900,00 MOBILE HOME LIVING couldn't be more luxurious than this immaculate 24x68 super customited home featuring a spacious living room, family room, wet bar and circular kitchen Ovepl600 sq ft. of beauti(\il living space Extra insulation, dbl pane windows and asphalt shingle Toif provide for an energy saving home Call for more details as this home has It all! BEAUTIFUL 2 story home, 4 bdrm 2W bath, formal liv ing room, separate family room, block wall, fenced, fruit trees, much more. Call for more details. rr ALL COMES OUT IN THE WASH, an excellent busi ness opportunity is now available in Boulder City A Minimum amount of time invested each day will result in a positive cash flow Great location with an even greater potential Call listing office for information regarding this $$$$ making business OVER ISM SQ FT OF SPACIOUS LIVING in this 4 bdrm. 2H bath home Block wall with wetbar and flrepiKoin fam rm Call for details BUILDING LOT IN SUBDIVISION 11. High lot with a beautiful view Owner is a licensed real estate salesman. ON THE SIDE OF A MOUNTAIN' Beauti(\il raised lot overlooking the lake >ith unrestricted view. One of a Kind! BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME on one of thek subdivision 11 lots we have listed. Call for information, BEAUTIFUL 24 X 60 MOBILE HOME and landscaped lot Covered patio and carport with room for RV parking. 3 rooms of furniture included This is an txccUent buy. Janice Crawford „ 293-2279 DMnntKeele 298-1402 Rick Shea ..... ...^„....... 218-3209 W.R, (Winnie Clark) J98-2Mt Pat Shwrnan 3Am Diana Lesbrg 2IM73t Jane Hanacn .^..M^....^ 218-4223 416 Nevada Hlghwair Boldcr City. Ntv^a PkoM aUW v^> $14 Million Wastoiiwl' A new wastewater treatment facility for Henderson, when completed, will cost residents an additional $8 a month increase to users, Jeffrey Yarrae, professional engineer with the URS Company, told Chamber of Commerce members last weekYarme explained that there are presently two plants which serve the city. "The number one plant is not meeting standards and the number two plant, built in 1941, has seen better days," he said. Following a three year study by the URS Company. five alternative plans were presented to the City. The one chosen by the council calls for a new plant adjacent to plant number one. Following the treatment of the wastewater, to a stage that would require tne water to be basically free of any significant solid materials, the water would be used for several purposes... for the irrigation of proposed playing fields which are planned for the Las Vegas Stadium by Clark See WASTEWATER TREATMB^ Cont on page 2 PLUS WEEKLY SHOPPERS DISPLAYING MERCHANTS' MESSAGES TO MOST OF THE HOMES IN THE HENDEJISONBOULDER CITY AREA Owr31itY*or-35lh Edition HENDERSON. NEVADA PHONE 564-1881 — All Departments PRICE15 CENTS Tuotdoy, May 15, 1979 mm By LM-IU Kettenon The recent election is still being discussed around town and the winning candidates are getting their second wind to carry on the campaign to the general election on June 5. Two of the most vocal groups participating in the election were the firefighters and the police association. We did receive a call from one of the officers at the police station stating that the views and political endorsements by the police association in no way represented the Lieutenants or the Assistant Public Safety Director. They are not members of that association. Two of the three candidates supported by the two groups lost out in the Primary. Dean Sbafer, 254 Texas Street, had a legitimate question for the city. The city had encroached on his property which is located behind city hall. The council referred the item to the staff requesting that a survey be made of required right-of-way and it will be brought back to the council for recommendation. The Boss took off for a well deserved vacation in Wisconsin where he will attend a family reunion. I mean, when a person has been in the community, (not at work, mindyou) for a couple of weeks, he has to have a rest doesn't be? We get conflicting reports about the gas situation in Arizona. Two people called to say there is no problem. One man called and said there is a problem. Grace Shiles returned home after a weekend near Phonenix with the bowlers, and she said they saw no lines anywhere. Garrold AtUn said be was down Searchlight way and had no problem getting gas. We had our turn with the Internal Revenue Serviceagain. If you have a choice, don't go.It's like they have a case already built against you before you get there, you're guilty until you're proven innocent, and who's to prove they are wrong? Our f xtminer said we could send our tax preparer in to plead our case but it would'nt do any good anyhow as he is always upheld by his superior. • • And after ail, he See NEWS DBIK Coat OD pg. I Economy Expert to Speak at A-HlT^^ RECEIVED MAY 1 R 1979 EVADA STATE LIBRARY CARSON CITY, NV. 89710 TTTe n Park Dedication Set Dr. Tom White of the University of Nevada Las Vegas, one of Nevada's leading authorities on local economy, will be the guest speaker at the May membership meeting of the Association of Henderson Industrial Trades. White will discuss the impact of industry on the local, county and state levels. The meeting will be held at the Eldorado Club at 12 noon on Friday, May 18 and members are urged to mark their calendars. Anyone interested in attending the meeting is cordially invited to do so. New members welcomed into the organization include the George E. Harris Realty represented by Chet Sewell and Lake Mead Motel represented by Roy A. Phillips. A-HIT coordinator Don Dawson said that although we would like to see new indust|y coming into Hendei^on every month, it tHkes many months of hard work and cooperativ;e effort on the part of A-HIT, the Nevada Department Authority and the Nevada State Department of Economic Development to eventually locate a new industry in any area. "Currently it appears some seven to eight new industries will locate in Henderson." Dawson said. Several weeks ago the organization announced that the Board of Trustees have approved a new "Listing Service" for industrial land owners or their agent without obligation. The purpose of the service is to provide inquiring industrialists available property to view during their site selection study. This listing service includes industrial property that may be for sale, lease or purchase option. It further provides for those persons that may wish to build to suit with long term leasing. the association is not a real estate sales agency, but will show properties that are available and refer interested industrialists to the owner or their agent. Further details may be obtained from the HIT office at 107 Water Street. Former Resident Mary Dooley Posses Away Word has been received of the death of Mary Dooley, 67, who passed away May 10 in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania following a stroke. Mrs. Dooley was stricken on Sunday, May 6. She and her husband, John, moved to Henderson in 1951 where he was principal of Basic High School until 1971. They moved to Pittsburg four years ago to be near their only child, a daughter Barbara Fox. Mrs. Dooley was born November 14. 1911 in Walla Walla, Washington. She had moved to Montana and it was there she met her husband and where they lived the first years of their marriage. Survivors include her husband, John, of Pilts'burg; her daugher also of Pittsburg; and three grandchildren. Paul Fox, Jr. is 24, and a teacher. Mary Lou Fox just graduated from DuQuesne University in Pittsburg and John Fox is a student at West Virginia University. All are musically talented and have majored in music in college. Services were held in Pittsburg last Saturday for Mrs. Dooley and interment was at Palm Memorial Park, Henderson, yesterday. Mrs. Fox said that her father would be coming to Henderson within the next two or three weeks as soon as his health permits. Zone Change Request Denied A request for a zone change for Halco, Inc., from R R (rural residence district) to R 1, (one family reisdence), R 3, ( limited multiple residence district) and C • 1 (limited or neighborhood commercial) for 160 acres in the southwest quarier of section 9 at Pueblo and Warm Springs Road on the south side was before the city council last night. The zone change request was previously denied by the planning commission by a vote of 4-0. There were 28 persons owning property adjacent to the area in question who appeared before the planning commission and spoke against the petition because they purchased land in a large lot area and wanted lower density sites with the view prevelant fi'om the slopes in the area. There were 20 communications, telephone calls and letters in opposition. There were seven written comments or ballots in favor of the rezoning. The commission, in voting to deny the request, stated that the view from the site was excellent and that the higher density and commercial use would be detrimental there. Thirty separate individuals, or firms owning 62 parcels located within the notification area received notice of the public hearing. i dedication of O'Callaghan Park will take place Sat, May 19 at 1 p.m. at the location of the new city park on Horizon Drive, and Skyline Road. Honored guest will be former Governor Mike 0 Callaghan. for whom the park was named. O'Callaghan is a former resident of Henderson. The invocation will be given by Senator James I. Gibson, a regional representative of the LDS Church, and welcoming remarks will be by Mayor Lorin L. Williams. The afternoon will be filled with music, picnic games, sports events and other activities. Families are invited to bring a picnic lunch and plan to spend some time in the park. Parks officials warned, howe ver, that the trees are NOMINEE FOR THE NATIONAL LEGION OF VALOR BRONZE CROSS FOR ACHIEVEMENT — Jim Sweet, right, received the top honor at the second awards cerenvony of the Marine Corps JR ROTC last week. Col. Eldon L. Erickson, USMC, bestowea the honors en Sweeten, who is a junior at Basic this year. young so shade will be at a premium. You may also want to bring your own folding tables and lawn chairs. There will be entertainment and presentation of colors by Boy Scouts, and junior league ball games. There is also expected to be a demonstration by the UNLV or handball association in the afternoon. Baseball Discussion Set \ baseball and softball discussion will be held by the parks and recreation board at the regular meeting tonight at 6 p.m. in the civic center annex room 30. The discussion was placed on the agenda by Richard Inness, chairman of the parks board. He also placed on the agenda a discussion on the land fee ordiance. tree ordinance, and city council discussion on recreation. The city council was expected also to discuss the baseball scheduleforthe little leagues at Monday's council meeting. \ number of parents and coaches have complained about having all of the games played at 530 p.m. in order for the adults to use the field at a later hour The item was placed on the council agenda by Councilman Carlton Lawrence. OUTSTANDING CADET OF THE YEAR — John Recho. center, wot named the Owtstonding Cadet of the Year at the Marine Corps. Jr. ROTC Awards ceremony. The plaaue was presented by the Henderson Home News, represented by Mary Stafford. Col Eldon Erickson, USA^, assisted in the pretentotion. City's Gas Allocation CutAlthough the city's allocation of gas has been cut by 15 per cent by its supplier. City Manager Bob Campbell says it has had nomajoreffect on the city so far.' Campbell attributed the city's preparedness to a study made by the employes over a year ago to try to cut down on energy consumption by the "We have already gone to smaller vehicles," Campbell said, "and we have reduced ourvehicles by ten or 12. so we were already cutting back" He said the city makes fewer trips to Las Vegas by pooling their purposes So far, he said, the city haj had sufficient gasoline and the police department has had no problems 1