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1979-06-12 - Henderson Home News

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1979-06-12 - Henderson Home News
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Zenoff, Morry ( Columnist )
Butler, Dee ( Columnist )
Sorabella, Lou ( Columnist )
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City and town life -- Nevada -- Henderson
Community life -- Nevada -- Henderson
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Let u ihow yoa. ThU haaw la Wvely. EXBCrnVEHOME High aa the hill, aad 3 Br. 2 rail Bath* with Family room, dining roam. Coaatry alylc kitchen, rear covered patio, family fleslMUty fteataret with open planning throughoat. Feeli OMre tpaelaaa thaa It it. Immaculate throughaat. Nicely Uadacapad with Brick wall eacloied yard. Daablc garage. Call M4-im to aea. HONE TO GROW IN Raom to spread eat for the growiag hmily i bdrm.. IW hatha. plas a faaaily room. Fireplace in family room, ftilly carpeted thraaghaat Country Style Kitchen, letk of stor age. 7SXIM la(. Plenty of room BOW for the ratlre family to be comfortable. Eaclaacd yard. Alamlaam aiding far carefree aialalaaaace. See taday. SUNKEN LIVING ROOM CATHEDRAL CEIUNGS NIack MaaaUlB area home with beantifai ceramic tiled OBtry, •aaheallvlBg room, plat formal dlalag room. Large Caaatry style klichea. with bar. large maiter bedroom taile with Vaally dreoalag room, large bathrooms. Dou ble prage with electric garage apeaer. BcaaUfai view of Maaaialas. Claac ta Tauli caarti. aad ac Khaol. Tklt haBM ahawa elegaatiy. LnVDCR S4a,M$.ga Waald yea believe tlf.lM.MIbr a 3 Bdrm homc^ ReMg eratloa. Farcad air. heatiag 4 caallag. Carpeted thraaghaat, and mare imparuat vacaat aad ready far yaa ta move la oa credit approval. Call taday M thl* aae waa't last loag. 2 BDRM. TOWNHOISE WITH APPLIANCES Snull amoaat of cash and take over paymeata. Thla U a darling lnboae. with low payment* Mirrored wails in Living room professionally finished, carpeted, drapes. Pool A playgroandf available. Samll hemrwDer' assor fee pays water, sewer, garbage, aBd ouuide maintenance. a* well u the graaadi Bulateaaacc. Call taday u tomorrow may be too late. 2 S Acre* la Sectloa. 1> Black MouaUia Area. 2 W Acre* Sectiaa 4 with View Oaly |2I,MII Financiag available. LAKE MEAD FRONTAGE FOR SALE WATER STREET FRONTAGE • Comaierclal Zoaed CaU for deuils OwocrUceaacc. FAMILY OPERATED BUSINE.SS Priced right. Right downtown Henderson Samll jmounl af Cash Pau you in the driver t seat. Call for deuils. \FTEK HOURS CALL JEANNE A OLSEN DE MARCO BROKER 564 2772 PETER J OLSEN SALESMAN 5*55 9425 VIRGIL McKlNNEY, SALESMAN 565-94B1 J A.NET SHAW, SALESMAN SS^^OBS LORIN WILLIAMS SALESMAN S64-5B53 PAULINE TINA" WILLIAMS. SALESMAN if* 5853 MICHAEL P BERGEMEYER >ale.'iman 5650088 HMTOe SaVMG TM NBMKON AOA FOI30 TURS I JEANNE A OLSEN DEMARCO. BROKER HONE FOR SALE BY OWNER, Golf Course. 4 bdrm. 2 batks, ceramic tile in kitchen and bathrooms, 3 car garage. fireplace, covered patio, beautifal view. IIIS.8M. 2n-53M. B.C. Wanted Swing shift desk clerk Apply at Lake Mead Best Western Motel. Lake Nead A Water St. Henderson TRUCK SEATS UPHOLSTERED We reupholster track seaU as law as 171 Oae day la A oat service SatlsfKtIaa gaaranteed, at the NEW HENDERSON UPHOLSTERY Now under aew maaagement. M4-S2.4300 down, lltO mo. 74%. IIO.SOO. Near power. Will mill you a parcel map. 735-78N. HOME FOR SALE BY OIYNER. Must see to appreciate. Hdn. S-S4S1. WANTED Halrdreiser far busy salaa, apply ID pertoa Thars. thru Sat. The Halrltage Styll ng Parlor, 181 • C Atlantic. EXECUTIVE OFFICE Space for lease. Newly remodeled bidg w-Water St. FronUge. Space avail, by Aag. 1. Also brand new bIdg., IZM sq ft. Avail. Now! Call CS-043 or Si-M3S. Hdn ii^w^i^mvm^ mmt MASONRY Dam MoBv ^^^.^> Mnon Confridor Ik. Na 14768 Attention Licensees WE'VE GONE NATKMAl AT OUR NEW HENDERSON BRANCH We'd like to introduce you to our new sign. It tells you we're now part of ERA, ELECTRONIC REALTY ASSOCIATES. The largest Electronic Realty Networli in America and so to better fit our new National identity we changed our name from REALTY EXECUTIVES TO ERiTTHE REALTY CENTER. Since we're^ssociated with one of the largest and fastest growng real esUte organizations in the country our business has Increased so fast we need to add additional associates to our staff. So, if you're interested in receiving top notch training, a generous commission and a sure fire success program, thinli about it. After all tomorrow's success depends on the decisions you make for yourself today. ERA* THE REALTY CENTER is today's guarantee for your place in the Real Estate world of tomorrow. So. give us a call, we'll be happy to tell you all about it. ERA*THE REALTY ONHR, REALTORS HENDERSON BRANCH i^^g V£GAS 117 Atlantic St.. Hdn. 5M-I731 • 1515 E. Tropicana, No. 550, L.V, 736-8S51 RELIABLE COUPLE looking for small house ta rent. Call 293-4M5 after S p m Refer ences available. BC PIANO FOR SALE, like new. Baldwin Console, walnut rablnrt tl.2a0, 213-3345 BC 1930 Model A, deluxe coupe, eirellrnt rond all original I7.M0 2t3-42St BC FOR RENT, unfarn 1 bdrm apartment, no pets, adults only, preferably retired couple. Range aad refrig larluded. water paid, I23S per month 213 2M BC Deposit Required. ADVERTISERS PLEASE PROOF .Your ad the first day | in case an error ocI curs The BoulderCity • News will assume no responsibility after | the first day of publii cation Error claims must be made immediately I TRADE OUR EQUITY FOR YOUR EQUITY Lg. fam need kome In BC area. We have 3 ac with beautifal eastern ballt brick (aaacr home about • ml. E. of Clarksvllle Ark Coiapletely paaeled. carpeted, 2 FP, fall basement New lg. pond stocked has well aad irregatlon well in pasture boUi wiUi plenty of pure, clean water. Pasture aad woods completely feoccd. Owe approt. $43.MI StaylBg la Uagmaa, Aril. Have pictares. Call Mr7S7-SlM. VOlV\ME IT. WE DOIT No johio siiijll ReMdentMl or fomtnerrul 293 5464 or :9.14284 BC FOR RENT, very BICC small furalthed 2 bdrm. home. Adults oaly. No peU. First, last. )30. mo. Plus tIM. security deposit 4 |S. cleaaiag fee. 2t3-4Ml. B.C. FORSALE lfl nberglassboat, 44 hp Eviurade Mercury trollingmtr tilttrlr.,asklBC t7M. call MH3U. FOR RENT Avail June 4.1I7. M7 ri Camino Way, B.C. 3 bdrm., 2 bth., garage, carpet, drapes. Former model home. Children A pets OK ISM.. Call Lewis Homes. 73-StM. FREE TO GOOD HONES, t black super kittens. I week*, boi trained. Very latelllgeBt aad loveable 2B3-4MI. BC FOR SALE m acres. $4900 or 2 acre $7900. Water and electricty. low taxes 300 fl. elev clean air 42 miles from Boulder City Terms available Box 485 Dolan Springs Ariz 88441. or call 802-787 3583 QUAD PLAZA Proftuionol Offic* Building bcirtg censtrxKttd nor th Sonic Bur^tr on BIdr. Highway. For moro informotion en spoct avoilobU, conttKt... DEAN KINE 2235 Stan;Ms ill.i|H-> Itllrlit'll v\ .iptlll.ilM f ^ >'.'T.'i \ up ^ludlli.ipl Kll< h)-li .ippll.illt r^. ill.ipo \|| '" • ."• p.i nil. ( ,ill .Vij K.-.:t-fkl.i\ I **: WILL TRADE EQUITY la hooie in l^i Vegas fwr properly In Howlder City Mast Be at least W acre 283-2Z30. :**! **CftSI ^ MURRAY MAMTENANa SERVKE Handymen, carpentry, painting, paper hanging, glas$, mirrors, general repairs. 293-5110 or 293-1662. Ate* E***tt*Cft :ft****ttft ENJOY YOUR INDEPENDENCE )By Independence Day in this 12400 sq fl four bedroom home on acre Lots of room fur liids peti. Bfti-s^s and mul tipie vehicles Get away from all the rules and regulations of city life and live easy in Henderson s nicest custom area Assert your indepen dence now and see this borne soon YOt-R DREAM CONE TRUE It found in this beautiful two-story Lewis Home For Mom there is a formal living room, diningroom and a delightAil kitchen Dad will be pleased with the double car garage with built in custom cabinets and a low maintenance yard Theliids will love the 4-bedrooms and 2Vbath* and the large familyroom THE WHOLE FAMILY will love th great pool You can be in your dream home by July 4tb Call for your ap ^pointment '{mmmmmtmmmmm HENDERSON PROPERTIES CLEAN-SHARP starter or retirement home. mifly improvements Fireplace, large lot. lo<^ated in quiet neighborhood Close to the Silver Nugget MOBILE HONE FOR SALE, N4N Park, adalt, UiM with expaado, well kept. m-m?. BC HELP WANTED part time, weehead. Mast be 21. Apply at stare. 711 Ml UUh BC WANT CUSTOM HONE aa H acre la Boalder City Will trade eattom hoBM ia Las Vcgaa la Northwest tcdloa. Great harse property, Vk acre. 4 hdrai, bmlly rooa, 1 pear aid, extra balldiag la bach, raald be perfect gaeot haase, completely block wall fenced ID cal • 4e • sac. Cheycaae and Jaacs area. 2n-B3a. MISSION HILLS LOCATION 3 bedroom, 2-bath home lo cated on a one acre lot toned for horses This custom home .li fa ntastic from its beautiful Highland Hills Montari Model. 3-bedroom. 2bath The rear yard has a block fence Won't last long $62,850. ROOM TO SPARE This 3-bedroom. 1\ bath home IS only 1 year old It is located on an extremely large 70 X 140 lot The owners have taken excellent care of this home Priced to sell at 152 50000 A PARADLSE Is the only way to describe this yard Mature shrubs M centuated witb multi colored rose bushes Backyard has a large covered patio and healed pool with jacuiti. Large master bedroom with extra built 10 storage in riosets Baths have ceramic tile tops only a few of the cut torn features Let us show you more brick and wood fireplace to Its 15X10' master t>edroom with a jacuiii in the bathroom. LOOKING FOR MORE SPACE We have the answer, large 4 bedrooms split level, lower level has 2 bedrooms and separate bath • great for in lawsoroldcrchildren Upper level has master bedroom suite with private balcony lending itself to privacy for Mom k Dad For an added bonus a large custom pool for all to enioy YOU CANT BEAT THIS PUCE $54,500 in Highland Hills This 3^bedroom, 2-bath home has been freshly painted in side and out Sec us today for a look f • Mil II • II THE PROPERTY PEOPLE" IMC. IB •lAlTOt Q tiomn^ Executive & Sales OfTice 18 Water Street. Henderson NV 89015 Branch Sales OfTice 1636 Nevada Highway, BC NV 89005 MLS "tHTIPU Mima SftVKI 'HIN06BSON-" 54-2S1S 293-2131 ..$S-M7 ..JS-Otl MSlf3 S4.|$*3 SM*140 ..S45-0747 ..SAS-74S7 SMH> BOUIOIICITY OwOfM UwlMldl Oofylohmoon Elnofo Tumor ^ochM Wootilndyt ••*•' Mofholl "••^ "•fWlCII, MaWo*Mn..l. *••• TKoms^OK tn-wrw OPEN 9 m-6 PM OAAY 11(M SUNDAYS UnolNoom loi Biotidi Ann SdMtMiMw.., If 9-1340 J7*-$M7 .m-4S7l .M1-3$I0 • 393-IM3 • >9-44ft m-ioM BOULDER CITY PROPERTIES PtICIDRIOHT MIAMMIt IMMACULATE ~ 4 Bedrooms, IS baths, 1287 _ituuxe.icet Lcitis Hnme^great location, automatic sprinklers ONLY $7,500.00 SEE TODAY!!! Appt only 283-2151 or evenings 293-457$ TWO STORY BEAUTY Comar lot 2H Bath, 4 Bedrooms, you mutt sec this im maculate home 293 2151 or 293 1622 evenings PANORAMIC VIEW OF BOULDER CITY can be seen tW>m this very UNIQUE home A large central flrepltcc is incompasted by brick, antique brass, ceramic, natural woods, and lush ctrpeu W acre lot and toned RR Appt only Call 293 2151 or293 4578evenings R-3 ZONING —4*itoulder:' Duplex yrts ofT' large lot with room for more This IS a rare find in Boulder City CALL 293 2151 or 293 1843 evenings, ELOQUENTE DESIGN of John Moore. Architect ia located in Subdivision No 11 on 192 Acre Ranch Estate lot This home 11 decorated customlywithTOPOFTHELINE amenities 5 Bedrooms. 3 Baths and 2061 square feet Appt only. Call 293 2151 or 29^457$ evenings CHIP ON TO 4TH GREEN On the golf course in Boulder City A steal at under $100,000 3 Bedrooms, full patio, tundeck, used brick fireplace m family room. 2932151 or cvcningsr 293-1822 FULL PATIO WITH JACUZZI i Bedroom "home with bedroom converted into fam-f ily room Ding room extended five feet for more formal din ing. Lots of tile ii mirrot. NAUNA HIGHLANDS LOT ^ MARINA HIGHLANDS LOT We have all types unob structed view, or high on 1 hill, or ready far coaatriic tion You name it we fiM ii 283^2151 IF YOU D0N7 Sf E YOUK HOMI ,^ Wl HAVI OTHilSIII f Mori The thrill of covering the international meanderings of President Jimmy Carter again Is ours starting tomorrow as we grab typewriter, camera, taperecorder, two old suits, and shove on to Washington D.C. where at 6 a.m. Thursday morning our 707 precedes the President's Air Force L (also 707) for Vienna, Austria.The White House press plane will be jammed as usual with the names of the writing, radio and tv world. Our papers are the only weeklies represented. We watch the Carter matchup with Russia's Brezhnev, then go to France for a short chat with President D'Estaing.then to Tokyo by way of Singapore, and Hong Kong. The Tokyo meeting is similar to the Bonn, Germany Summit of last year. talk on economic problems among the free nations. Japan, Italy, Germany, Great Britain, Canada are represented in this one. From there Carter goes to Seoul, South Korea and then to Hawaii for a four day stop over and then home. Plenty to write ahout-and see Thursday's paper for the first dispatch ... in case you're interested. The garbage strike should teach us something. Like let's provide in all contracts for work stoppages, regardless of the issues, whenever the public health and safety is involved. Provisions should be made for union okays for cities, counties, etc., to take over the chore with its own vehicles, manpower ... as clumsy as it might be so that possibilities of disease, rats, smell are avAnd i don't see anything wrMg with calling • the national guard if the emergency is Judged of dire importance. The national guard is prepared at all times and should be ready to adf progriu. I teel the drilling they do to be rtady for war is not going to be necessary as time goes on. There'll be peace on earth forevermore and we'll all get to realize it in time. 'Thus there won't be a need for the national guard, unless it also adds other duties such as community emergencies. Just as you get your notices of graduation of next of kin, we get ours. The morning mail brings a note that most beautiful niece Lisa (David and Bev's daughter) graduates from Lajolla Country Day school on the 15th. We learn she is going to attend UNLV starting this fall. The mail also tells us that nephew .\lan's wife Phoebe gave birth to another Zenoff-Karen Elizabeth. Jean Lucas is back in town -and look what he has in store for us. The Nevada Palace Hotel and Inn down near Sam's Town. .\ll remember Jean from the days he was connected with The Wheel, now the Eldorado, in downtown Henderson. Since then he has gone far up the ladder like managing the Silverbird and now he, with a group, has leased for the next 30 years the IS million Nevada Palace and will open it within two weeks. It's a beauty inside. The casino has its format of fine furniture, dining areas, gaming areas, hotel areas that will be pleasing. The hotel has 250 rooms and they have plans to add on as many more. He raved to me yesterday about having hired the best chef In the area aad he is determined to concentrate on serving Henderson and Boulder people. Gty MoMpger Doesn't Buy 'Franklm's Spending Caps' It was announced Sunday that North Las Vegas City Attorney George Franklin may challenge the constitutionality of Nevada's new combined spending cap and property tax relief lawAccording to a story in a North Las Vegas paper. Franklin plans to call a meeting of local government administrators and city attorneys this week. He is studying SB 204 passed during the last days of the legislature. Franklin is quoted as saying "it's a very bad piece of legislature. I'm still looking at it, but just on the face of it I would say that it is replete with constitutional flaws." The 20 page law provides for an overall cap on governmental spending at the local level in Nevada. Franklin said there mav be as many as 15 serious flaws in the law. Henderson city manager Bob Campbell said he had read the story but had not as yet been contacted by Franklin. "I would be reluctant to go along with it," Campbell said. "The law is obviously a mandate of the people and wc will have to adjust ourselves to live with it." Everyone Cried Yesterdoy ot Valley Bank of Nev. The people who were crying at the Valley Bank of Nevada yesterday were not all that TStt ~ 11 was juSlThaTaTeaTps bomb accidentally went off. The mood was catching because police and firemen also had tears streaming down • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • nM their faces as they dispelled the smoke out of the building. One person was transported for tre a t m e n t but there wereno emergencies, according to Bob Anselmo, director of public safety. No one determined what caused the device to activate Pubic Tnst To Meet Tonight A • ceting of the HeoderMa j^^ pme h upii n Ms rt tTMt will be ,,._htU at Si40 p.a. today it dlKMo j^^ IhcatatMafpMdtagpnifedsaMh aptlMUa Vegas DWM race tncfc. • wiMMetko v appiwai, EtaM ami the rept of !InNDERSON ^ ITASA'S IKSUSTftUl CIITII mm THI COMMUNITY'S NEWSPAPER nUS WIIKIY SHOfriRS (NSrUYING MfRCHANTS' MESSAOIS TO MOST Of THi NOMIS IN THI HINOIRSON-K>UlOiR CITY ARIA HrNDERSON NEVADA PHOI^^ES4-18§I-AII Deiurtmrnts PllirF.IS CENTS Our 31st Year • 43rd Edition (Moofi )lorninfe! Todny u Tuetdtty, June 12, 1979 Garbage Collection Bock to Normal Garbage collection in Henderson was expected to get back to nOi-mal Wed., the regular collection day in this city, according to City Manager Bob Campbell. With the end of the 10-day old strike early Mon. morning. Campbell said the workers were expected to get the collections back on schedule, starting in North Las Vegas. He said there may be some collections in the business community earlier than Wed. "The public has been very cooperative,' Campbell said. "They did not engage in wholesale dumping in the desert and the dumping in the two designated spots did not cause a problem." Campbell said the city workers are ready to assist the Black Mountain Disposal Service in cleaning up the two dumping areas if needed. Campbell said the water bills now being mailed will carry a message that the garbage bill is for the month of May prior to the strike. "We'll have to work out adjustments prior to the next billing with the disposal company," Campbell said. Public dumping spots were maintained at the tran'^fcr station at Black Mountain Disposal Co., and in the Green Valley area. Residents were asked to bag the garbage and to dispose ofonly that garbage that could not be kept at home. --• • • ^ I (MPI Planners Deny Zone Change for Batch Plant Citing the reason Ihat the sitr is not suitable for the use intended other than offices. Bob Gordon, Planning director, said the city staff recommended denial of a zone change from C-l general commercial) to M (industrial commercial) for about* 13 acres in Section 1 between East Sunset Road. Ward Street and the Boulder Highway at the request of Mike Signorelli for Ethel Ragsdalc. "They would b mixing for concrete slabs, a large area for pouring molds, batching plants, parking, slabs for storage...will be adverse in the long run." Gordon said. "fm concerned with the residential area in Pittman," Gordon continued, explaining that the city had been improving the area with the help of the federal government to stabilize devek)pmcnt and encourage more development. "We would like lo sec further residential use there...to give status to the Pittman area." Planning commisioncr Neil Twitchell said there was an abundance of M zoned areas in Henderson and they should thinkabout building on land already zoned for industrial commercial. MOUNDS OF GARBAGE — This was the scene of Henderson's alternate garbage dump Saturday. The dump came into being during the ten-day garbage workers' strike which ended Monday. City Manager Bob Campbell said the city will assist in moving the garbage to be hauled off. Westworld Gets Go-ahead to Oper ate The city planning commission approved an amendment to the use permit for Westworld. Inc. to include the placement of amusement park rides in areas where the previous plan, presented earlier when the park was known as Old Vegas, had called for buildings. Planning director Bob Gordon explained that the City Council had approved the use permit for Phase 1 for Old Vegas but the plan for Westworld varies from that original plan. -^ "I requested Westworld to come before the commission for an amendment to the use permit in existence to keep the record straight and to protect the city and the parks operators." Several stipulations were attached to the approval of the amendment concerning the operation because of the nature of the carousel's music in the evenings. One for a program to screen out the noise and glare where it might affect the surrounding neighborhood. "If it is found to be a nuisance once in operation something would have to be done to correct the problem." Grace Shiles, a property owner in Sec. 27. said she was against Old Vegas when they had presented their plan and that plan only called for an antique train. "I don't want to live near three rides competing with different music as well as a roller coaster seven days a week," she said. Walt Carter, general manager of Westworld. explained that the carousels were electrically powered and very quiet and the music would be that which is piped throughout the fort area on a P.\ system. Carter said he was aware of the possible problems and could sympathize with the re sidents of the area. "I can't tell you it isn't going to generate noise," he said "How much 1 don't know but with the electricity it is quiet by amusement ride standards." Commissioner Neil Twitchel! made a motion to add some kind of time factor such as 10:30 p.m. for discontinuing the carnival rides. "The prevailing winds in the summer are usually going south." he said. "The people have a right to quiet at night and amplification should be turned down or off around 10:30 p.m." Carter explained that the ori-ginal hours planned for the "Country Fair" are from 10' a.m. to midnight. It was also stipulated that there be limited access for service vehicles to the site from the Sec. 27 road during the established hours of operation. XBtl • • • • i i.iiirMIHIllllllHimiiiiiiiiiiniHiiiiiiiwi.nmmiBiiinAjjL*jtMiif iiiiiiii i iii BB ii B ^ Snow Cone Franchise Postponed By Council A proposed resolution, which would grant an exclusive franchise for snow cones to the citv parks and other recreational areas held by the City, asked for by the Church of God of Prophecy, was set for a committee meeting by the city council. The matter came before the city council Friday night at a special meeting. The resolution called for a five-year exclusive franchise. The council indicated it would not be willing to extend a franchise to a five-year period. The council canvassed and certified the results of the munici-1 pal general election. In other actions, the council approved a request to waive the bidding process for a Hicnc Warner Back Hoe Bucket to purchase under sole source, and set a public hearing for the vacation of the right-of-way on an unnamed street m Pittman north of Stciner for July 16. Commission chairman Gilbert Valdez said, "speaking as a citizen, not for the chair that 1 doi.'t see how we can improve the Pittman area by putting in another batch plant." The commission voted to dcn> the request. In a request from* Edgar Milla way for Ed McNoil. the commission approved a -use permit to alkm warehousing, storage and processing of new and used mattresses and rags at 308 W Foster Street. DBB IBMl^UMMMJSKB ma • • • • • • "rrrTTH Tox Cuts rill Affect City The City of Henderson stands to lose approximately $158,962 in revenue as a result of tax cuts to Nevadans by the state legislature Exactly how this will affect services now rendered to the citizens of Henderson by the city yet remains to be seen. But the figures so far available show that the city will lose $273,818 on sales tax and $17,509 through the personal property tax. This went from a $5 ceiling per $100 assessed valuation to $3.64 per $100 assessed valuation. However, there are a couple of gains also to be made which will help make up some of the loss such as $28,750 from the gaming tax redistribution and $103,615 from the reconveyance tax distribution City staff are now at work attempting to revise the city's budget and city manager Bob Campbell said the council will have to adopt an ammended final budget at the June 18city council meeting. • IMMil Ml MMNN MMMMO JHiiiii J

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r iWi^^^" -* • WfenMmolraiilli^ News, Henderson, Nevada rii92 Planners Deny Haico Zone Chonge i' A large turnout of ^property owners from Sec. 9 packed the Planning Commission Chamber Wednesday night to protest a zone change at the request of Halco, Inc. for 160 acres in the southwest quarter of that section at Pueblo and Warm Springs Road. This was the second attempt by Halco to get a zone change for the property. The first time they appeared before the Planning Commission to ask for a change from R-R (Rural residence) to R-1 (one family residence district). R-3 (limited multiple residence district) and C-1 (limited or neighborhood commercial district.) The commission had recommended denial of the request but when the request came before the city council,.Halco had changed their plans, dropping the R-3, and the council sent it back to the Planning Commissjon for another hearing. The other evening Jay Downey ofHalco told the commission that their plan was now compatible to the area and "we'll make a nice unit," he promised. "We took out the high density ... the commercial is an integral part of the plan." Cloyd Lovitt of 345 Pueblo said he was speaking on behalf of about 40 property owners in the area and "they still object to four or five houses per acre. The area is designed for one house per acre ... our lifestyle would be changed by this element," he maintained. "The high density would cut off the view more than we'd like... we want wide open spaces... we moved there without water ... 1 want to retire and t>e able to stretch my arms." Lovitt continued that he had no objections to Halco's homes. "We've seen their homes next to the high school... but we still object to more than one house per acre." Another homeowner. Douglas Schaeffer. said "I spent a lot of time and effort building my home myself and I want the wide open view Halco president Harold Thompson replied that all the lots are considerably higher and "Won't obstruct the view. Our subdivision will bring waterand sewer to the area. We'll do a good job." Another resident of the area. Dan Gilliam, said he had been hauling water for three years and "1 don't mind hauling it for another seven if I have to." Planning Commissioner Neil Twitchell said the city had the same situation in the Lewis Homes subdivision going in next to Sec. 27. "They agreed to put homes on larger lots of 8.000 sw. ft. Would you make adjustments to make them more comparable to the area?" he asked. Following aquick con sulation with Thompson, Downey said they would be willing to redesign. I "This is not the time for compromise." Lovitt was quick to (ell the commission. "We've got our hearts and soul thetie... We just want one house to an acre." A 4-3 vote in favor of denial of the request followed. =5555 THE HENDERSON KIW.\NIS CLUB gave a donation to the Salvation Army's summer camp appeal recently. Lt. Jim Thompson, left, of the local Salvation Army, accepted the check from Kiwanis president Bill Walts. x//IW.vW' Congratulations to Kent Anderson in Ills Heetion for City Council and tlie sineerest thanks ^^mtjiupporters andtampaign^ volunteers for tlieir efforts belialfofm[|candidaef|. STOUT i^N'i\>'// ^''m'^.\\^m!Si\\y///^:u'^/.\^A\i?m^'^.^^ i/ V Engineering Contract Approved-Bid Let For Hre Truck Pointing An engineering contract with URS Company for engineering in the preparation of EPA Step II grant application and engineering contracts, was awarded by the city council Friday for $5,000. City Manager Bob Campbell told the council that the city's 201 wastewater plan has been completed and is waiting final adoption. "In order to keep the process moving, we now need to pursue a step 11 grant for the design of the much needed sewer facility." Campbell said. Campbell said this item is not eligible for matching funds and the SS.OOO is available in the utility fund. The council also approved a bid of S3.200 for the painting of one Hahn fire truck. The bid was received from Utah LaGrange. and the only other bid was for $6,120. In the specifications the company painting the truck was required to remove all bolts on equipment and paint them separate from the truck. All emblems, placards, lights and other devices were required to be removed for painting. ^,j3Sf^KJSS&^i)XSU Over The Dress up i child's room with a striped awning inside the window. The past week has not been a good one for a number of familie* in Henderson. Morris DeCow, owner of Henderson Builders Supply, was In Oregon getting a load of lumber when he suffered a massive heart attack. At last report, DeCow was doing better and may be able to be transferred to the hospital here in about ten days. His wife, Alta, and son David went to Oregon to be with him while son Darrell stayed here to carry on with business. DeCow has been active in the community and most recently served on the citizen's planning board. Mrs. DeCow works at the Henderson library in charge of the children's programs. Audrey Gibson, wife of Senator James I. Gibson, has been in the hospital for tests and is expected to remain there for several more days. Happy birthday to her today in the hospital at St. Rose de Lima. Happy birthday also to Nesa Twitchell. -And speaking of birthdays, W. Chapman Wooteh, a math teacher at Basic high school for the past 26 or more years, spent his Sunday in Rose de Lima. He didn't specify which birthday, but he did say the workers at the hospital honored him with a candle in his pudding. He was expected U> be released from the hospital yesterday. The Home News can probably win the priie for the "darlings' of the garbage strike. If anyone came within our block, they knew which dumpster was ours. We refuse to take the blame for it however, since whatever was causing the problem was not put there by us. City Manager Bob Campbell said this week the city is still in the process of seeking a city auditor. Meantime, Beverly Wigglesworth is carrying the ball as she has done many times in the past. New Councilman Lee Zike and his wife spent last weekend in Panaca where they have land like others from Henderson. They see Gail Armstrong, the Wests, and others, who either spend their summers there or full time. Mayor Lorin Williams was expected home from Pittsburgh, Pa., where he and Mrs. Williams attended the Mayor's conference. BOULDER CITY STUDENT WINS NATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP: Former Apollo 8 astronaut William A. Anders, now a vice president with General Electric Corp.. recently presented Rebecca Haag, Nevada Centennial of Light Scholar, with a $1,000 scholarship certiricate designating her as one of the state's two outstanding high school science students. She was among 102 selected. A male and a female fh>ro each of the 50 states and the District of Columbia receive their awards at a two-day symposium held at GE's Nela Park Lighting Division headquarters in Cleveland, Ohio. From left to right: James A. Baker, vice president and group executive, GE's Lighting Division; Rebecca Haag, Boulder City JuniorSenior High School, Boulder City; Robert Willyard, Jr., Western High School, Las Vegas; Anders; and James G. Cook, president of the Thomas Alva Edison Foundation of Southfleld, Mich. Dodger VS Expos Boseboll Trip On Saturday, July 21st, the busses will leave the Youth Center. 107 W. Basic at 11 a.m. and head tow a rd Lo s Ange les to Recreation Department in Room 22 in the Civic Center Complex will be accepting checks and waivers b etweealhehoursofSa m. to 5 p.m., Monday thru Friday. For more information call 565-8932 and ask for Clyde C. Caldwell. see the Dodgers and the Montreal Expos play a 6 p.m. game at Dodger Stadium. The busses will return to the Youth Center at 2:30 a.m. Sunday, July 22nd. All those who are lOyrs. old and up are eligible to sign up on a first come, first serve basis for this game at the price of $20 a person. The $20 pays for transportation and a $4.50 box seat. Only the first 82 people to pay will be al lowed to go. UENDfRSON \ Iffnoii Mntftut tarrii TH cMMiMTr Mrftru \, ItSI Publithcd every Tuexlajr and TharMUy iiMrnliw at a Water Street. Htndenon. Nevada. MOIS. rkone SM-IMI HORRY ZENOrr Editor h Publisher Urni KeMerMR Mina|in| Editor General Manaier Hary Slafford Edrtonal Happy Prtbic Advcrtiiini Manaier RauLce Sluckl Bookkeeper 4 Aititunt General Manatcr KnWIIhaM amtlatlM Eaerd at ibe poK offlc in HendenM. Nevada. •t Mcoad riait matter on June 1. tHI ll'BSCRIPTION RATES HAIL (UBSCRtPTIONS All Photos taken by the Hen dcrton Home Newt stafTfor use or possible uve in this news paper are the sole property of the Henderson Home Newt The Henderson Home Newt atiumes no Hnanrial responsi bility for errors in advertise menia We will reprint without rharre or cancel the rharitc for that portion of (he advertise ment which is in error if the Home VPWS H >I fault SnMCa*, OW VtM 4 • SHOPWB^K,. JtH^ii^i^m m^^Ok ^ JttJk. Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada <. Tales of a Hitchhiker by Dee Butler As surety as the •cwallows return to Capistrano, httchhikets are returning in numbers to Boulder City. Many a time 1 have passed them by and wondered what the attraction of thumbing was. As luck would have it, my curiosity was to be satisfied^ a visit with an experienced hitchhiker. Neal Sirwinski. He had traveled from the Appalachians in the east to the Pacific Coast. He had gone M far north as the state of Washington and as far south as Arizona. 1 considered him qualified to answer a few questions. The obvious questMn was "Why?" The obvious answer was that it was less expensive than traveling in one's own car, but h was more than that to Neal. "h's like a pilgHmage: discovering the country and discovering -yourself." he said. A certain amount of self imposed discipline comes with this style of travel. "I've learned not to expect something whenever I want h. I've learned to be patient. 1 do get frustrated sometimes while I'm watting for a ride, especially in extreme weather conditions," he said. Neal iM, "The kmgest I've evor wahed for a ride was ten |mirs. The shortest time^Tve ever apeot betwee^aldes was a few seconds.^ Just as I was getting off of a truck, a car pulled up and offered me a ride, k's completely a matter of fate." Frustration is a common occurrence for the hitchhiker. Neal said that many express those frustratkms on the comer light poles, highway guard-rails, or highway, r'^flectors. He noted a^foe of the more memorable inscriptk>ns, "1 forgot what h's like to ride a ctf. I've been here 24 hoon^' Another mesuge described the plight of two truck drivers whose vehicle had broken down outside of Bakersfield, California, h read, -"We broke dftwn and been stuck he thirty-four hours. Are we destined never to get out of aiifornU?" Neal went on tosay, "Some light polesI've seen have been covered with hitchhikers' graffiti as high up as you could reach." Neal nentKMied -that, "The neatest thing is Hneeting new people all the time. Most of them are pretty nice. Most people that pick you up have been hitchhikers themselves," he said. Conversatioo on ttie road, he said, then consisted of the hhchhiker listening to hitchhikee's past on-the-road eaperlences* Some of thoae who pick hitchhiken np are wouM be evangelists. "Tho very first person who ever picked me up gave me a pamphlet on how-to-taveyourself. He took me to his house and gave me supper. He was very nice," Neal said. Neal said that there were a few that had picked him up that weren't so nice. The worst oxperience he had had was that of being propositioned, and said it wasnot uncommon for drivers to offer drugs. He has heard harrowing stories from fellow hitchhikers of being dumped off in the middle of nowhere. h would seem that •finding a place to sleep might be a problem. Sometimes h is, sometimes it isn't. When asked the worst place he had ever slept, he said disgustedly, "An alley in Salt Uke City. 1 had gone to visit a friend, but they weren't home. The next day 1 found out they were home, but I had gone to the wrong house." When asked about the nicest place he had spread his sleeping bag there was no hesitation. "Along the Appalachian Trail. That was the neatest place 1 have ever slept. I was away from all the people and highways, h was in the fall. The trees were just beginning to turn, h was beautiful." Weather certainly is a factor in hitchhiking and Neal has experienced every type. "The worst weather I have ever been in was in Kansas. I was caught between two tornadoes so I checked into a motel. The only other time I've checked into a motel was when 1 was so diriy 1 HAD to take a shower." He tells a chilling story of a hitchhiker caught in a blizzard who dug a hole in a snow bank, crawled into his sleeping bag. and waited. Two days passed before the snow plows came through ahd freed him to resumehis journey. "Hitchhikers come to a time when h (hitchhiking) gets old. Messages on light poles say 'I'll never hitchhike again'." Neal said. Neal has been on the road for two weeks. He is on the last leg of his trip heading for homt in Albuquerque. New Mexico, h wasn't getting "old" yet. but he had to return to Albuquerque tc prepare for the summer session at the University of New Mexico where he will get a degree in nursing. He plans to enter medical school following his undergraduate work. Neal threw his pack in the back of our truck. We took him from Boulder City to the Arizona side of Hoover Dam where my husband and 1 dropped him off at what he • determined to be a "good spot". PQ93 Tuesday. June 12,117$ Elks Plan Flog Doy Service Flag Day services will be held at the Henderson Elk's Lodge on Thursday, June 14 at 7 p.m. The Elks invite the public to attend the service and honor your flag. Following the services a luncheon will be held. Cost is juit $1.50 for adults and 75 cents for children under 12. The lodge is located at 637 Lake Mead Drive. Som iMopU l)did that thf lit wtr bound up with that of trte-if it fiouriihed, JO would tY. ROdnHCNNNI Knoesa >% BLACK_,.^^^ MOUNTAIN --€SJik^ PLUMBING >0W RATES • SeWER h DRAIN LINES CLEANED • / FAUCETS • GARBAGE DISPOSALS • I NEW FIXTURES INSTALLED ,• __^-^ COMaMIOAl HMOINTIAl V jROeCRT TOOO Owner 5654749 C.T. Cook, right, Highway Department appraiser, was one of 30 governmental appraisers receiving certificates from Henderson councilman Phil Stout after attending a week long seminar on appraisal review. Held in Las Vegas, the Federal Highway Administration sponsored class was attended by state, city and county appraisers as well as several from .Arizona and California. In addition to his council position. Stout is chairman of the Regional Street and Highway Commission. Nevada Highway Department Photo I feh sadness in leaving him behind. After all, he is my little brother. Hail! Graduate, Hail! Hail! Graduate, Hail! Your determination will not fail! A terrific task well done. And a new challenge has begun; Years of training now will lead. With Jesus, a life that will succeed! So, go, dear graduate, win the race With vigor and excitement, take your place! Make your motto ... service and love. And your success wtil be blessed fh>m above. —Lou Sorabella SUNDAY NIGHT HOME DINNER WTH FREE COOaAIL OF YOUR CHaCE Oeam o< Chicken Soup or Tossed Green Sl4d ENTREES ROAST YOUNG TOM TURKEY Savofy Dressins • Git)let Gravy • Corn Obrien BAKED SLGAR CURED HAM Seedless Grape Sauce • Corn O'txien ROAST CAPON Sdse Dressmj • Sauce Supreme • Corn 0"brien Whipped Potatoes • Candied Yams or Baked Potato Homemade Rolls af>d Butter Coffee, Tea or Milk SOSCONVtNTKMCfMnRI "lSSSS'-MxAnnouncino The Opening of My New Office 67 E. LAKE MEAD DRIVE, HENDERSON TELEPHONE: 564-2628 PAUL E. 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r iWi^^^" -* • WfenMmolraiilli^ News, Henderson, Nevada rii92 Planners Deny Haico Zone Chonge i' A large turnout of ^property owners from Sec. 9 packed the Planning Commission Chamber Wednesday night to protest a zone change at the request of Halco, Inc. for 160 acres in the southwest quarter of that section at Pueblo and Warm Springs Road. This was the second attempt by Halco to get a zone change for the property. The first time they appeared before the Planning Commission to ask for a change from R-R (Rural residence) to R-1 (one family residence district). R-3 (limited multiple residence district) and C-1 (limited or neighborhood commercial district.) The commission had recommended denial of the request but when the request came before the city council,.Halco had changed their plans, dropping the R-3, and the council sent it back to the Planning Commissjon for another hearing. The other evening Jay Downey ofHalco told the commission that their plan was now compatible to the area and "we'll make a nice unit," he promised. "We took out the high density ... the commercial is an integral part of the plan." Cloyd Lovitt of 345 Pueblo said he was speaking on behalf of about 40 property owners in the area and "they still object to four or five houses per acre. The area is designed for one house per acre ... our lifestyle would be changed by this element," he maintained. "The high density would cut off the view more than we'd like... we want wide open spaces... we moved there without water ... 1 want to retire and t>e able to stretch my arms." Lovitt continued that he had no objections to Halco's homes. "We've seen their homes next to the high school... but we still object to more than one house per acre." Another homeowner. Douglas Schaeffer. said "I spent a lot of time and effort building my home myself and I want the wide open view Halco president Harold Thompson replied that all the lots are considerably higher and "Won't obstruct the view. Our subdivision will bring waterand sewer to the area. We'll do a good job." Another resident of the area. Dan Gilliam, said he had been hauling water for three years and "1 don't mind hauling it for another seven if I have to." Planning Commissioner Neil Twitchell said the city had the same situation in the Lewis Homes subdivision going in next to Sec. 27. "They agreed to put homes on larger lots of 8.000 sw. ft. Would you make adjustments to make them more comparable to the area?" he asked. Following aquick con sulation with Thompson, Downey said they would be willing to redesign. I "This is not the time for compromise." Lovitt was quick to (ell the commission. "We've got our hearts and soul thetie... We just want one house to an acre." A 4-3 vote in favor of denial of the request followed. =5555 THE HENDERSON KIW.\NIS CLUB gave a donation to the Salvation Army's summer camp appeal recently. Lt. Jim Thompson, left, of the local Salvation Army, accepted the check from Kiwanis president Bill Walts. x//IW.vW' Congratulations to Kent Anderson in Ills Heetion for City Council and tlie sineerest thanks ^^mtjiupporters andtampaign^ volunteers for tlieir efforts belialfofm[|candidaef|. STOUT i^N'i\>'// ^''m'^.\\^m!Si\\y///^:u'^/.\^A\i?m^'^.^^ i/ V Engineering Contract Approved-Bid Let For Hre Truck Pointing An engineering contract with URS Company for engineering in the preparation of EPA Step II grant application and engineering contracts, was awarded by the city council Friday for $5,000. City Manager Bob Campbell told the council that the city's 201 wastewater plan has been completed and is waiting final adoption. "In order to keep the process moving, we now need to pursue a step 11 grant for the design of the much needed sewer facility." Campbell said. Campbell said this item is not eligible for matching funds and the SS.OOO is available in the utility fund. The council also approved a bid of S3.200 for the painting of one Hahn fire truck. The bid was received from Utah LaGrange. and the only other bid was for $6,120. In the specifications the company painting the truck was required to remove all bolts on equipment and paint them separate from the truck. All emblems, placards, lights and other devices were required to be removed for painting. ^,j3Sf^KJSS&^i)XSU Over The Dress up i child's room with a striped awning inside the window. The past week has not been a good one for a number of familie* in Henderson. Morris DeCow, owner of Henderson Builders Supply, was In Oregon getting a load of lumber when he suffered a massive heart attack. At last report, DeCow was doing better and may be able to be transferred to the hospital here in about ten days. His wife, Alta, and son David went to Oregon to be with him while son Darrell stayed here to carry on with business. DeCow has been active in the community and most recently served on the citizen's planning board. Mrs. DeCow works at the Henderson library in charge of the children's programs. Audrey Gibson, wife of Senator James I. Gibson, has been in the hospital for tests and is expected to remain there for several more days. Happy birthday to her today in the hospital at St. Rose de Lima. Happy birthday also to Nesa Twitchell. -And speaking of birthdays, W. Chapman Wooteh, a math teacher at Basic high school for the past 26 or more years, spent his Sunday in Rose de Lima. He didn't specify which birthday, but he did say the workers at the hospital honored him with a candle in his pudding. He was expected U> be released from the hospital yesterday. The Home News can probably win the priie for the "darlings' of the garbage strike. If anyone came within our block, they knew which dumpster was ours. We refuse to take the blame for it however, since whatever was causing the problem was not put there by us. City Manager Bob Campbell said this week the city is still in the process of seeking a city auditor. Meantime, Beverly Wigglesworth is carrying the ball as she has done many times in the past. New Councilman Lee Zike and his wife spent last weekend in Panaca where they have land like others from Henderson. They see Gail Armstrong, the Wests, and others, who either spend their summers there or full time. Mayor Lorin Williams was expected home from Pittsburgh, Pa., where he and Mrs. Williams attended the Mayor's conference. BOULDER CITY STUDENT WINS NATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP: Former Apollo 8 astronaut William A. Anders, now a vice president with General Electric Corp.. recently presented Rebecca Haag, Nevada Centennial of Light Scholar, with a $1,000 scholarship certiricate designating her as one of the state's two outstanding high school science students. She was among 102 selected. A male and a female fh>ro each of the 50 states and the District of Columbia receive their awards at a two-day symposium held at GE's Nela Park Lighting Division headquarters in Cleveland, Ohio. From left to right: James A. Baker, vice president and group executive, GE's Lighting Division; Rebecca Haag, Boulder City JuniorSenior High School, Boulder City; Robert Willyard, Jr., Western High School, Las Vegas; Anders; and James G. Cook, president of the Thomas Alva Edison Foundation of Southfleld, Mich. Dodger VS Expos Boseboll Trip On Saturday, July 21st, the busses will leave the Youth Center. 107 W. Basic at 11 a.m. and head tow a rd Lo s Ange les to Recreation Department in Room 22 in the Civic Center Complex will be accepting checks and waivers b etweealhehoursofSa m. to 5 p.m., Monday thru Friday. For more information call 565-8932 and ask for Clyde C. Caldwell. see the Dodgers and the Montreal Expos play a 6 p.m. game at Dodger Stadium. The busses will return to the Youth Center at 2:30 a.m. Sunday, July 22nd. All those who are lOyrs. old and up are eligible to sign up on a first come, first serve basis for this game at the price of $20 a person. The $20 pays for transportation and a $4.50 box seat. Only the first 82 people to pay will be al lowed to go. UENDfRSON \ Iffnoii Mntftut tarrii TH cMMiMTr Mrftru \, ItSI Publithcd every Tuexlajr and TharMUy iiMrnliw at a Water Street. Htndenon. Nevada. MOIS. rkone SM-IMI HORRY ZENOrr Editor h Publisher Urni KeMerMR Mina|in| Editor General Manaier Hary Slafford Edrtonal Happy Prtbic Advcrtiiini Manaier RauLce Sluckl Bookkeeper 4 Aititunt General Manatcr KnWIIhaM amtlatlM Eaerd at ibe poK offlc in HendenM. Nevada. •t Mcoad riait matter on June 1. tHI ll'BSCRIPTION RATES HAIL (UBSCRtPTIONS All Photos taken by the Hen dcrton Home Newt stafTfor use or possible uve in this news paper are the sole property of the Henderson Home Newt The Henderson Home Newt atiumes no Hnanrial responsi bility for errors in advertise menia We will reprint without rharre or cancel the rharitc for that portion of (he advertise ment which is in error if the Home VPWS H >I fault SnMCa*, OW VtM 4 • SHOPWB^K,. JtH^ii^i^m m^^Ok ^ JttJk. Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada <. Tales of a Hitchhiker by Dee Butler As surety as the •cwallows return to Capistrano, httchhikets are returning in numbers to Boulder City. Many a time 1 have passed them by and wondered what the attraction of thumbing was. As luck would have it, my curiosity was to be satisfied^ a visit with an experienced hitchhiker. Neal Sirwinski. He had traveled from the Appalachians in the east to the Pacific Coast. He had gone M far north as the state of Washington and as far south as Arizona. 1 considered him qualified to answer a few questions. The obvious questMn was "Why?" The obvious answer was that it was less expensive than traveling in one's own car, but h was more than that to Neal. "h's like a pilgHmage: discovering the country and discovering -yourself." he said. A certain amount of self imposed discipline comes with this style of travel. "I've learned not to expect something whenever I want h. I've learned to be patient. 1 do get frustrated sometimes while I'm watting for a ride, especially in extreme weather conditions," he said. Neal iM, "The kmgest I've evor wahed for a ride was ten |mirs. The shortest time^Tve ever apeot betwee^aldes was a few seconds.^ Just as I was getting off of a truck, a car pulled up and offered me a ride, k's completely a matter of fate." Frustration is a common occurrence for the hitchhiker. Neal said that many express those frustratkms on the comer light poles, highway guard-rails, or highway, r'^flectors. He noted a^foe of the more memorable inscriptk>ns, "1 forgot what h's like to ride a ctf. I've been here 24 hoon^' Another mesuge described the plight of two truck drivers whose vehicle had broken down outside of Bakersfield, California, h read, -"We broke dftwn and been stuck he thirty-four hours. Are we destined never to get out of aiifornU?" Neal went on tosay, "Some light polesI've seen have been covered with hitchhikers' graffiti as high up as you could reach." Neal nentKMied -that, "The neatest thing is Hneeting new people all the time. Most of them are pretty nice. Most people that pick you up have been hitchhikers themselves," he said. Conversatioo on ttie road, he said, then consisted of the hhchhiker listening to hitchhikee's past on-the-road eaperlences* Some of thoae who pick hitchhiken np are wouM be evangelists. "Tho very first person who ever picked me up gave me a pamphlet on how-to-taveyourself. He took me to his house and gave me supper. He was very nice," Neal said. Neal said that there were a few that had picked him up that weren't so nice. The worst oxperience he had had was that of being propositioned, and said it wasnot uncommon for drivers to offer drugs. He has heard harrowing stories from fellow hitchhikers of being dumped off in the middle of nowhere. h would seem that •finding a place to sleep might be a problem. Sometimes h is, sometimes it isn't. When asked the worst place he had ever slept, he said disgustedly, "An alley in Salt Uke City. 1 had gone to visit a friend, but they weren't home. The next day 1 found out they were home, but I had gone to the wrong house." When asked about the nicest place he had spread his sleeping bag there was no hesitation. "Along the Appalachian Trail. That was the neatest place 1 have ever slept. I was away from all the people and highways, h was in the fall. The trees were just beginning to turn, h was beautiful." Weather certainly is a factor in hitchhiking and Neal has experienced every type. "The worst weather I have ever been in was in Kansas. I was caught between two tornadoes so I checked into a motel. The only other time I've checked into a motel was when 1 was so diriy 1 HAD to take a shower." He tells a chilling story of a hitchhiker caught in a blizzard who dug a hole in a snow bank, crawled into his sleeping bag. and waited. Two days passed before the snow plows came through ahd freed him to resumehis journey. "Hitchhikers come to a time when h (hitchhiking) gets old. Messages on light poles say 'I'll never hitchhike again'." Neal said. Neal has been on the road for two weeks. He is on the last leg of his trip heading for homt in Albuquerque. New Mexico, h wasn't getting "old" yet. but he had to return to Albuquerque tc prepare for the summer session at the University of New Mexico where he will get a degree in nursing. He plans to enter medical school following his undergraduate work. Neal threw his pack in the back of our truck. We took him from Boulder City to the Arizona side of Hoover Dam where my husband and 1 dropped him off at what he • determined to be a "good spot". PQ93 Tuesday. June 12,117$ Elks Plan Flog Doy Service Flag Day services will be held at the Henderson Elk's Lodge on Thursday, June 14 at 7 p.m. The Elks invite the public to attend the service and honor your flag. Following the services a luncheon will be held. Cost is juit $1.50 for adults and 75 cents for children under 12. The lodge is located at 637 Lake Mead Drive. Som iMopU l)did that thf lit wtr bound up with that of trte-if it fiouriihed, JO would tY. ROdnHCNNNI Knoesa >% BLACK_,.^^^ MOUNTAIN --€SJik^ PLUMBING >0W RATES • SeWER h DRAIN LINES CLEANED • / FAUCETS • GARBAGE DISPOSALS • I NEW FIXTURES INSTALLED ,• __^-^ COMaMIOAl HMOINTIAl V jROeCRT TOOO Owner 5654749 C.T. Cook, right, Highway Department appraiser, was one of 30 governmental appraisers receiving certificates from Henderson councilman Phil Stout after attending a week long seminar on appraisal review. Held in Las Vegas, the Federal Highway Administration sponsored class was attended by state, city and county appraisers as well as several from .Arizona and California. In addition to his council position. Stout is chairman of the Regional Street and Highway Commission. Nevada Highway Department Photo I feh sadness in leaving him behind. After all, he is my little brother. Hail! Graduate, Hail! Hail! Graduate, Hail! Your determination will not fail! A terrific task well done. And a new challenge has begun; Years of training now will lead. With Jesus, a life that will succeed! So, go, dear graduate, win the race With vigor and excitement, take your place! Make your motto ... service and love. And your success wtil be blessed fh>m above. —Lou Sorabella SUNDAY NIGHT HOME DINNER WTH FREE COOaAIL OF YOUR CHaCE Oeam o< Chicken Soup or Tossed Green Sl4d ENTREES ROAST YOUNG TOM TURKEY Savofy Dressins • Git)let Gravy • Corn Obrien BAKED SLGAR CURED HAM Seedless Grape Sauce • Corn O'txien ROAST CAPON Sdse Dressmj • Sauce Supreme • Corn 0"brien Whipped Potatoes • Candied Yams or Baked Potato Homemade Rolls af>d Butter Coffee, Tea or Milk SOSCONVtNTKMCfMnRI "lSSSS'-MxAnnouncino The Opening of My New Office 67 E. LAKE MEAD DRIVE, HENDERSON TELEPHONE: 564-2628 PAUL E. 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^^^^^^^^^•^i^^ 1 ^ K^ Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Meaorial Day m At Pain Chapel The Memorial Day services, held this year on May 30 in Palm CMpel and Memorial Park, were well attended. Members of the Basic High School Marine Corps Junior ROTC presented the colors. National Guardsmen led those attending the ceremony in the salute and pledge to the flag and following the service gave the gun salute ROTC Cadet Sgt Verl Smith played taps. Phyllis Zander. Nevada State President of the VFW .\uxiliary. gave an enlightening talk about the history of Memorial Day and why it is obser\ed as well as a history of the VFW .\uxiliar> and how they help veterans Marcus McAnnally. Director of the Veterans \dministration outpatient clinic, gave a brief Instory of the V.\. saying that the veterans who have served our country should receive all the help they can get if needed and that is what the clinic is for. Margaret Quinn, accompanied by organist \\ Cherovert. sang two solos. Each person was given a small cluster of poppies as they proceeded outside to the gravesite and following the placing of wreaths on the gravesite green by members of the American Legion and VFW Auxiliaries and the American War Mothers, the poppies were individually placed around. The Rev Lou Sorabella read an appropriate poem and gave the closing prayer .\fter the program all flowers and the wreathes were taken to the Veterans Memorial Monument at City Hall. Dove Thayer wins Degree from School of Mines Dr. Pecklniii Retires Dave A. Thayer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thayer, 23 California Way. received a bachelor of science degree in mining engineering at the Colorado School of Mines on Friday. May 11 Mre than 258 students were awarded diplomas during the 105th commencement ceremonies at the school of Mines Charles J. Hitch, president of Resources for the Future, was commencement speaker. More than 11 percent of the bachelor, professional and graduate degree recipients were women Graduating seniors reporting to the placement service will leave school for an average salary of $1,608 a month, up from $1,440 last year. Highest In demand this year are petroleum engineering graduates whose salaries will average $1,797 a month after graduation. The Golden, Colo.. mineral engineering school was founded in 1874 to provide the mineral industry with trained engineers soon after the easily worked veins and outcroppings had been worked out. Its mission has expanded, and today degrees are offered in mining, physics, metallurgy, basic engineering, mathematics. geophysics, petroleum. Reology, chemical and petroleum-refining, chepiistry and mineral economics Dr. Richard C. Peckham recently annoujiced his retirement fh>m the practice of general medicine due to ill health.1 Peckham has been practicing medicine in Henderson for a number of years with his office located in the former Henderson Clinic building on Lake Mead Drive. The office will remain open through June 29 and the doctor has advised that patients can have their charts made available for another doctor or may ask for referral to another doctor. For farther Information contact Peckham's ofTice at 564-1302. William Wirtii Assigned to USS Constellotion WrVE GOTA lOT-RUOFCMSFORYW HI-WAY AUTO f101 E. LAKE MEAD, HENDERSON LAKE MEAD I BOUL0€R HWY PHONE 5654)737 NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED WE TAKE CARS ON CONSIGNMENT! '72 CHEVROLET C\M\RO tlMS TO FOID MAVERICK Crl fUM : 73 CHEVROLET VEGA ^ u...-....$lM 72 D\TSl'N .ST\TIONWAGO!V lUM •70 FORD LTD W \GON $MS •70 DODT.E W AGO!^ tttS •70 CHEVROLET Hot Rod'..^ $12t5 73 PLVMOlTH SC\MP Economy...., |16tS 72 BUCK RIVIER.% Nict .Cto*. _.._ tl7N <9 CHEVROLET h T. VAN V4 A.to R.dio $14tS '74 PLYMOITH SEBRING Sbirp. U MUM $21M '73 FORD RANCHERO sttiP 909$ • 74 JAATLIN Sporty $22t5 72 PONTIAC HREBIRD $2W5 •73 PONTIAC LEMANS-2Dr. Nice IISW 72 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX Cle.n $US •76 CHEV. \ T. P.t. V a. Auto Cimper Shell $2H5 74 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX, cie.q fOH •72 FORD GALAXIE W tH5 •72 CADILLAC 1W 69 JEfiPSTER 4X4 V- .; $14S Nave Aviation Ordnanceman Airman .Apprentice William F. Wirth. son of Mae M Wirth of 90E. Texas St.. Hendersoh. recently returned from a deployment to the Western Pacific. He is assigned to the aircraft carrier USS Constellation, homeported in San Diego While deployed, his ship operated as a unit of the U. S. Seventh Fleet. During the eightmonth cruise, the Constellation participated in a number of training exercises with other Seventh Fleet units and with those of allied nations Additionally, the Constellation transitted the South China Sea and Indian Ocean in response to-the turmoil in Iran and North Yemen. The Indian Ocean assignment has resulted in his eligibility for the Navy Expeditionary Medal. While deployed, he had the opportunity to vi.sit Japan. Korea, Singapore and the Republic of the Philippines. The Constellation is 1.072 feet long, displaces over 80.000 tons and carries a crew of 2,800 ofTicers and enlisted men She can. accommodate approximately 85 fighter aircraft and more than 2.150 personnel assigned to an attack aircraft wing Wirth joined the Navy in July 1977. THE GR.\DL.\TES Mrs. Nicholas' morning kindergarten class at Gordon McCaw School held /.\ n ^ C f^ •73 Fl \T Economy $t3S5 WE BUY C.\RS & TRICKS FOR CASH WE CARRY CONTRACTS ^^V HI-WAY AUTO '^^iLi Free Summer Job Ads For Kids Once again the Heoder•ofl Home News • Boulder City News is offerind free ads in the want ad ection of the papers for youngklers looking for jobs for (he summer. Tliii service will be given for the next two weeks so if you want a Job mowing lawns, koube cleaning, perhaps bab>silting, now is the time to place your ad in the paper. In Henderson call S64-1W1 and in Boulder City (he number is 293-2302. AWARD WINNERS • Principal Neil Twitchell presented awards to the three oatstanding students of Mrs. Nicholas' morning Kindergarten class. With Twitcheli from left are David Schneck, roost improved citizen; Jaymi Elliott and Christopher Bloom, super citizens. Tuesday. June 12, Gerleinon on Deon'i ot Missovii Stote ^ with a perfect A) grade point average. Jt To fa! eligible for the honor roll, a student must earn at lea|( 12 undergraduate semester hours of credit with a minimum grade point average of 300. Gerleman is majoring in recreation.' Tedge Mari Gerleman, daughter ofMr. and Mrs. Gerald P. Gerleman, 270 Desert Rose, Henderson, was named to the spring honor roll for Northeast Missouri State University in Kirksville, Mo. The spring honor roll was led by 212 students ^* a graduation ceremony the last day of school. Pictured above are some of the graduate.as they sang America, the Beautiful. >, ) V. m • .>T DRYCUAN OFTEN! Dom f0 chthes Dom ktt hii§tr! ftntM km! Dryckm Ofmaa •^904 HM mitt am! Ltaa4ry Servitt AviiUble "Ftr of mtifortunt n worn than th miifortunt." Handle Saying 'THE CAT CAME BACK" • Karl Anne W^fjiins, a student in Mrs. Nicholas' morning kindeci^rten class, was one of the readers in "The Ca^ Came B^ck" which the students recited for thf;f; parents during their closing program. Seated beside Karl is David Schmidt. FOUR SEASONS CLEANERS 101 in YEAU CXPCMENCC) lalk to four of the best insurance -agents at once >i a your State Farm agent! He's (rained (o be your car. home, iiie AND hcaUh insurance agcn(. Sec or call: N. DAN TAYIM P$. AGDKY, MC Summer Fun Program Begins —June to M IT*l| •* • IMtUIANCI 325 W Uke Mead Dr Henderson But Ph 965^9743 Ret Ph 45-3571 Ulw • tod Mifiibor. State Fans la tiMre. :Jj*e •••" • "SJ-*^ .'I" "TtOi^-r, • • *r^ \>^'f (*•.-y -'> Summer vacation time opening day is J|uae 18 and recreation, department personnel will be conducting summer programs at five kications: McCaw School. O'Callaghan Park. Scwell School. Wells Park in Pittman and Taylor School. The summer program will run Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to I p.m. and there will be free lunches on each of the sites. Henderson Home News. Henderson. Nevada PogeS Tuesday, June 12, 179 i*—t itti RECREATION NEWS ——————0t Bioc^ Beh Instnictor at HPRD Beg. ond Adv. Coke Decorating Not oniy is he a black t>elt in Karate, he is a 5th level black belt; he is from Korea, be goes by the name of "Lee", and he teadtes at the HendersoiTarks and Recreation Department on Tuesday and Thursday eveninislji Lee Jjeaches the Koreai^ifchnique of Karate knffin as Tae Kwan Do. Hejjl^ his assistant, Dan Cl^ of Henderson, maintaiii a serious atmosphere while teaching the^ students. To attend, one must be Byears RegbterFor Swim Classes Pre-rcgistra(ioa for sammer swim claaaea was heM laal Saturday but registradoa will be Uken at (he pool where the ciasset are tchednled. With everyone's help and cooperation, the •anmer •wim program will be able to serve all tbooc hitareatMl in participating. Staiiffer Cubs W'mAgain The SSifrer Cuba beat the Ber Ot) A&W Pnnt Bt#>am In • Jnalnr leagw gaow Thmday night in Boulder CHy by • •core of 6 (o 4. KeUy Roundy in -tdief of Mike Saodoval pkkcd • P (be Ida. Uadlil bUtcn for the Cubs i£c Kenny Aahe and JA Klaaler with two hlM^ewrh and Mike Sandovi^ GbK Chui and Pteaa Tifkt with CM U( apiece. TER _To The ^Bitor: It is unbelievable ... that our servants do not gel the message to cut taxes! To cut out the frills! The nonessentials! Locally, our officials get pay raises of 7 percent! I(9agine! From $30,450 to $32,582 per year! W^Wl What in the world ca^ they do with all that ijioney! (My wife and I and granddaughter live on about $8,000 pf r year! And, I imagine many senior citizens have less that that!) ., And, now they want to construct two great stadiums ibr our universities for about $30,000,QP9 each! Please we j^jiLto do amay with all these frills! Cut taxes! Let's be sensible! Let's concentrate on the three R'sf Let's train our young people for the competitive world! Oh, well, praise the Lord ... Jesus is coming soon, and deliver us from all injustices ... selHsh and wasteAil extravagances! Look to Jesus ... the author and Hnisherof our faith! Yours for Freedom, Love Ya! Lou Sorabella Rev. Lou Sorabella or older. The class Is usually divided into 2 groups, according to experience and skill one group lead by each instructor. You can sign up for this class during the week of June 18 through June 22. Classes will be. gin June 26 at 7:00 p.m. in the Henderson Civic Center, Rm. 4A. (adjacent to the gym) Cost to participants is $15 to cover the entire 6-week course. Call HPRD for additional information at 565-8921 extension 32. Summer Day Camp For those interested yottngs(ers who are inleres(ed in going (o day camp during the summer have your paren(s con(ac( the Henderton Parks and Recreation Department for •ign opa. The first aeMlon wiU be bekl from Jiuc 18 tiiroagh Jane 22; second sesaioo la from July 30 through Angoat 3. The coat is S8.00 per sesk>n. They will pick up and deliver from 201 Lead Street. Day canp wiU be bekl bi and around Spring MounUin Range. For more Informationcall 565-8932, ext. 32. Kerr-McGee Sponsors Scholarship Program Sixty American colleges and universities received more than SI8.000 last year through a matching gift program sponsored by Kerr-McCee Foundation, .inc. Seventy-one KerrMcCee Corporationemployees made 100 donations totaling $9,226 to the colleges and universities of their choice. The KerrMcGec Foundation, inc., matched each gift, bringing the total contributwn to $18,452. Established in 1968. the matching gift program "benefits the company and the nation by helping to assure the continued flow of college educated personnel into business and industry," said D.A. McGee, chairman and chief executive officer. Since the program was founded. Kerr-McGee has matched $76,733 in employees'-giftsto -institutions of higher learning. The program recently was expanded to include retired empk)yees of KerrMcCee and wholly-owned subsidiaries. This eligibility extends to three years after retirement. In addition, accredited junior colleges can now receive money under the matching gift program. Formerly, only accredited four-year colleges and universities were ehgible for these funds. Join in the f\in at the Henderson Park and Recreation Department and learn to decorate your own cakes. You don't have to bake a cake every week to participate. Most decorating practice is done on waxed paper until the Tinal evening of class at which time a real cake is Used. During the 6 week session, bordering techniques, lettering, leaves and flowers will be taught. Wouldn't you like to make extra special cakes for ydur special ones? Join Cindy Harris's cake decorating classes offered at the Henderson Civic Center. The beginners class will meet on Tuesday evenings from 7 to 9 p.m. in room 3. The advanced class will be held Thursday evenings from 7 to 9 p.m. in room 3 also. Registration begins June 18, 1979 at the Recreation Department office, 201 Lead St., room 22. Call 565-8921 extension 32 for any additional information. Summer Guitar Lessons Offered Paula Busch has spent a goodly portion of her life studying and teaching guitar. She has studied under several well-known artists including Segovia in Mexico City; she teaches jazz, classical and folk guitar. She has come to Henderson from Atlanta Georgia and is presently teaching piano and working at Frankie Randall's in Henderson. Right now. you or your child can learn to play guitar at the Henderson Parks and Recreation Department. All you need do is come into the Recreation Department at 201 Lead Street, Rm. 22 and sign up. You must supply your own, guitar and an additional $3 will be charged for the instruction book. Registration begins June 18. so hurry and reserve your space in class. The class will not contain more than 12 students to keep instruction at a quality level. It isscheduled forTuesday evenings 5:00 p.m. to 6;30 p.m. and the cost will be $11 for the entire 6 week session. ICE SKATINQ RINK n* tvnMI MM<. roM* M-17] NEW CLASSES BEGIN • ^ JUNE 23-SAT. ^ 10:00 AUd —12 MOON Continuous Training Yeor Round Rogister Now! USFSA Bosic Test Made from Beautiful Mafril Self-Lined Antique Satm One example, select from 2500 Fabrics and CotofS ffNrfNff LfNff OM SALf f Nav( ony chorga o oCHigotion 564-1527 \= UM bnpoftoni Qvcliiofti JOOUM M lltOw CK nofito. learn Btrton From a CJiompi SuMner Morning Teonis Kathy Kline will be teaching baton to anyone interested at the Henderson Parks and Recreation Department this summer. She carries many titles honoring her qualifications and quality as an instructor. To name a few, Kathy was the-1978 Cinderella Queen in Nevada, 1978 two-baton twirling Champ for the State of Nevada, 1978-79 Dance Twirl Champ, 1978 Nevada State Twirling Champ, 1979 SeniorDivision Strutting Champ and she was seen to take 1st place at the Henderson Industrial Days Talent Contest. To join Kathy's class, all you need do is register your child at the parks and recreation Department office Room 22 in the City Hall Annex building, 201 Lead Street. The class will run from Tennis is in season, so come down to 201 Lead Street, Rm. 22 and sign your child or yourself up for lessons this summer at the Henderson Parks and Recreation Department. Anyone fh)m age 8 to 80 can join in the fun to'be held on the city courts on the corner of Basic and Water Streets. The class will be instructed by Dave Gallante, graduate of the Vic Braden Tennis College of San D|pgo. Re gistration bejffns June 18,1979 at the Parks and Recreation office, 201 Lead Street, Room 22. Classes will be held on Tuesday and Thursday mornings, 8 to 9 a.m. for beginners and 9 to 10 a.m. for intermediate and advanced levels. The cost to you for 6 weeks will be $8 plus you must bring 1 can of new. unopened, tennis balls and your racket. Kathy Kline June 26 to August 9, and will meet on Tuesday and Thursday from 9 to 10 a.m. for beginners and 10 to 11 a.m. for intermediates at the cost of $8 for 6 weeks. Registration begins June 18. 1979. Sign up early and reserve your space. Call 965-8921 extension 22 for additional information. Fishing Pole Auction for Kids All kids under the age of 12. Henderson Justice Court is having another Fishing Pole Auctiort. It will be held on Tuesday the 26th day of June at 3 p.m. NO ADULTS ALSee you there!! BASK READY MIX SERVING HENDERSON tBOUlDERCITY Rcidio pispatched 7 DAYS A WEEK SATURDAY & SUNDAY DEUVERY Now Four Trucktl Call54-1119 • MAGNIFICENT HOMES OVERLOOKING THE VEGAS VALLEY 2,3 & 4 BEDROOMS CUSTOM FEATURES INCLUDED IN PURCHASE PRICE: 0 Wall-to-wall carpeting throughout Forced Air Heat OSoddcd Front Yards OG.E. Electric Range Air Conditioning 60.E. Dishwasher 0 Beautiful Hardwood Kitchen Cabinets o Insulated Walls and Ceilings 0 Smoke Alarm 0 Garbage Disposal Spacious 2-Car Garage PT.V. Outlet 0 All Utilities Underground ^ Vinyl Entry Stainless Steel Sinks O Sewer System O Ceramic Tile in Tub ^ Shower Street Lights Concrete Drives and Walks Moen Single Lever Valves FIREFIACES, DRAPES & TIL£ ROOFS ARE STANDARD IN AU. HOMES fflOM54,900 FHA. VA AND CONVENTtCNAL FINANCING 360 PALO VERDE DRIVE. ACROSS FROM BASIC HIGH SCHOOL 1 n MOMEsoF /mmsi^ 00*fuM'4t OfSu (^ Daff tB V OiMk BdUn of (ktify Hones Phon iSS^SSSS % V ^^

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^^^^^^^^^•^i^^ 1 ^ K^ Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Meaorial Day m At Pain Chapel The Memorial Day services, held this year on May 30 in Palm CMpel and Memorial Park, were well attended. Members of the Basic High School Marine Corps Junior ROTC presented the colors. National Guardsmen led those attending the ceremony in the salute and pledge to the flag and following the service gave the gun salute ROTC Cadet Sgt Verl Smith played taps. Phyllis Zander. Nevada State President of the VFW .\uxiliary. gave an enlightening talk about the history of Memorial Day and why it is obser\ed as well as a history of the VFW .\uxiliar> and how they help veterans Marcus McAnnally. Director of the Veterans \dministration outpatient clinic, gave a brief Instory of the V.\. saying that the veterans who have served our country should receive all the help they can get if needed and that is what the clinic is for. Margaret Quinn, accompanied by organist \\ Cherovert. sang two solos. Each person was given a small cluster of poppies as they proceeded outside to the gravesite and following the placing of wreaths on the gravesite green by members of the American Legion and VFW Auxiliaries and the American War Mothers, the poppies were individually placed around. The Rev Lou Sorabella read an appropriate poem and gave the closing prayer .\fter the program all flowers and the wreathes were taken to the Veterans Memorial Monument at City Hall. Dove Thayer wins Degree from School of Mines Dr. Pecklniii Retires Dave A. Thayer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thayer, 23 California Way. received a bachelor of science degree in mining engineering at the Colorado School of Mines on Friday. May 11 Mre than 258 students were awarded diplomas during the 105th commencement ceremonies at the school of Mines Charles J. Hitch, president of Resources for the Future, was commencement speaker. More than 11 percent of the bachelor, professional and graduate degree recipients were women Graduating seniors reporting to the placement service will leave school for an average salary of $1,608 a month, up from $1,440 last year. Highest In demand this year are petroleum engineering graduates whose salaries will average $1,797 a month after graduation. The Golden, Colo.. mineral engineering school was founded in 1874 to provide the mineral industry with trained engineers soon after the easily worked veins and outcroppings had been worked out. Its mission has expanded, and today degrees are offered in mining, physics, metallurgy, basic engineering, mathematics. geophysics, petroleum. Reology, chemical and petroleum-refining, chepiistry and mineral economics Dr. Richard C. Peckham recently annoujiced his retirement fh>m the practice of general medicine due to ill health.1 Peckham has been practicing medicine in Henderson for a number of years with his office located in the former Henderson Clinic building on Lake Mead Drive. The office will remain open through June 29 and the doctor has advised that patients can have their charts made available for another doctor or may ask for referral to another doctor. For farther Information contact Peckham's ofTice at 564-1302. William Wirtii Assigned to USS Constellotion WrVE GOTA lOT-RUOFCMSFORYW HI-WAY AUTO f101 E. LAKE MEAD, HENDERSON LAKE MEAD I BOUL0€R HWY PHONE 5654)737 NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED WE TAKE CARS ON CONSIGNMENT! '72 CHEVROLET C\M\RO tlMS TO FOID MAVERICK Crl fUM : 73 CHEVROLET VEGA ^ u...-....$lM 72 D\TSl'N .ST\TIONWAGO!V lUM •70 FORD LTD W \GON $MS •70 DODT.E W AGO!^ tttS •70 CHEVROLET Hot Rod'..^ $12t5 73 PLVMOlTH SC\MP Economy...., |16tS 72 BUCK RIVIER.% Nict .Cto*. _.._ tl7N <9 CHEVROLET h T. VAN V4 A.to R.dio $14tS '74 PLYMOITH SEBRING Sbirp. U MUM $21M '73 FORD RANCHERO sttiP 909$ • 74 JAATLIN Sporty $22t5 72 PONTIAC HREBIRD $2W5 •73 PONTIAC LEMANS-2Dr. Nice IISW 72 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX Cle.n $US •76 CHEV. \ T. P.t. V a. Auto Cimper Shell $2H5 74 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX, cie.q fOH •72 FORD GALAXIE W tH5 •72 CADILLAC 1W 69 JEfiPSTER 4X4 V- .; $14S Nave Aviation Ordnanceman Airman .Apprentice William F. Wirth. son of Mae M Wirth of 90E. Texas St.. Hendersoh. recently returned from a deployment to the Western Pacific. He is assigned to the aircraft carrier USS Constellation, homeported in San Diego While deployed, his ship operated as a unit of the U. S. Seventh Fleet. During the eightmonth cruise, the Constellation participated in a number of training exercises with other Seventh Fleet units and with those of allied nations Additionally, the Constellation transitted the South China Sea and Indian Ocean in response to-the turmoil in Iran and North Yemen. The Indian Ocean assignment has resulted in his eligibility for the Navy Expeditionary Medal. While deployed, he had the opportunity to vi.sit Japan. Korea, Singapore and the Republic of the Philippines. The Constellation is 1.072 feet long, displaces over 80.000 tons and carries a crew of 2,800 ofTicers and enlisted men She can. accommodate approximately 85 fighter aircraft and more than 2.150 personnel assigned to an attack aircraft wing Wirth joined the Navy in July 1977. THE GR.\DL.\TES Mrs. Nicholas' morning kindergarten class at Gordon McCaw School held /.\ n ^ C f^ •73 Fl \T Economy $t3S5 WE BUY C.\RS & TRICKS FOR CASH WE CARRY CONTRACTS ^^V HI-WAY AUTO '^^iLi Free Summer Job Ads For Kids Once again the Heoder•ofl Home News • Boulder City News is offerind free ads in the want ad ection of the papers for youngklers looking for jobs for (he summer. Tliii service will be given for the next two weeks so if you want a Job mowing lawns, koube cleaning, perhaps bab>silting, now is the time to place your ad in the paper. In Henderson call S64-1W1 and in Boulder City (he number is 293-2302. AWARD WINNERS • Principal Neil Twitchell presented awards to the three oatstanding students of Mrs. Nicholas' morning Kindergarten class. With Twitcheli from left are David Schneck, roost improved citizen; Jaymi Elliott and Christopher Bloom, super citizens. Tuesday. June 12, Gerleinon on Deon'i ot Missovii Stote ^ with a perfect A) grade point average. Jt To fa! eligible for the honor roll, a student must earn at lea|( 12 undergraduate semester hours of credit with a minimum grade point average of 300. Gerleman is majoring in recreation.' Tedge Mari Gerleman, daughter ofMr. and Mrs. Gerald P. Gerleman, 270 Desert Rose, Henderson, was named to the spring honor roll for Northeast Missouri State University in Kirksville, Mo. The spring honor roll was led by 212 students ^* a graduation ceremony the last day of school. Pictured above are some of the graduate.as they sang America, the Beautiful. >, ) V. m • .>T DRYCUAN OFTEN! Dom f0 chthes Dom ktt hii§tr! ftntM km! Dryckm Ofmaa •^904 HM mitt am! Ltaa4ry Servitt AviiUble "Ftr of mtifortunt n worn than th miifortunt." Handle Saying 'THE CAT CAME BACK" • Karl Anne W^fjiins, a student in Mrs. Nicholas' morning kindeci^rten class, was one of the readers in "The Ca^ Came B^ck" which the students recited for thf;f; parents during their closing program. Seated beside Karl is David Schmidt. FOUR SEASONS CLEANERS 101 in YEAU CXPCMENCC) lalk to four of the best insurance -agents at once >i a your State Farm agent! He's (rained (o be your car. home, iiie AND hcaUh insurance agcn(. Sec or call: N. DAN TAYIM P$. AGDKY, MC Summer Fun Program Begins —June to M IT*l| •* • IMtUIANCI 325 W Uke Mead Dr Henderson But Ph 965^9743 Ret Ph 45-3571 Ulw • tod Mifiibor. State Fans la tiMre. :Jj*e •••" • "SJ-*^ .'I" "TtOi^-r, • • *r^ \>^'f (*•.-y -'> Summer vacation time opening day is J|uae 18 and recreation, department personnel will be conducting summer programs at five kications: McCaw School. O'Callaghan Park. Scwell School. Wells Park in Pittman and Taylor School. The summer program will run Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to I p.m. and there will be free lunches on each of the sites. Henderson Home News. Henderson. Nevada PogeS Tuesday, June 12, 179 i*—t itti RECREATION NEWS ——————0t Bioc^ Beh Instnictor at HPRD Beg. ond Adv. Coke Decorating Not oniy is he a black t>elt in Karate, he is a 5th level black belt; he is from Korea, be goes by the name of "Lee", and he teadtes at the HendersoiTarks and Recreation Department on Tuesday and Thursday eveninislji Lee Jjeaches the Koreai^ifchnique of Karate knffin as Tae Kwan Do. Hejjl^ his assistant, Dan Cl^ of Henderson, maintaiii a serious atmosphere while teaching the^ students. To attend, one must be Byears RegbterFor Swim Classes Pre-rcgistra(ioa for sammer swim claaaea was heM laal Saturday but registradoa will be Uken at (he pool where the ciasset are tchednled. With everyone's help and cooperation, the •anmer •wim program will be able to serve all tbooc hitareatMl in participating. Staiiffer Cubs W'mAgain The SSifrer Cuba beat the Ber Ot) A&W Pnnt Bt#>am In • Jnalnr leagw gaow Thmday night in Boulder CHy by • •core of 6 (o 4. KeUy Roundy in -tdief of Mike Saodoval pkkcd • P (be Ida. Uadlil bUtcn for the Cubs i£c Kenny Aahe and JA Klaaler with two hlM^ewrh and Mike Sandovi^ GbK Chui and Pteaa Tifkt with CM U( apiece. TER _To The ^Bitor: It is unbelievable ... that our servants do not gel the message to cut taxes! To cut out the frills! The nonessentials! Locally, our officials get pay raises of 7 percent! I(9agine! From $30,450 to $32,582 per year! W^Wl What in the world ca^ they do with all that ijioney! (My wife and I and granddaughter live on about $8,000 pf r year! And, I imagine many senior citizens have less that that!) ., And, now they want to construct two great stadiums ibr our universities for about $30,000,QP9 each! Please we j^jiLto do amay with all these frills! Cut taxes! Let's be sensible! Let's concentrate on the three R'sf Let's train our young people for the competitive world! Oh, well, praise the Lord ... Jesus is coming soon, and deliver us from all injustices ... selHsh and wasteAil extravagances! Look to Jesus ... the author and Hnisherof our faith! Yours for Freedom, Love Ya! Lou Sorabella Rev. Lou Sorabella or older. The class Is usually divided into 2 groups, according to experience and skill one group lead by each instructor. You can sign up for this class during the week of June 18 through June 22. Classes will be. gin June 26 at 7:00 p.m. in the Henderson Civic Center, Rm. 4A. (adjacent to the gym) Cost to participants is $15 to cover the entire 6-week course. Call HPRD for additional information at 565-8921 extension 32. Summer Day Camp For those interested yottngs(ers who are inleres(ed in going (o day camp during the summer have your paren(s con(ac( the Henderton Parks and Recreation Department for •ign opa. The first aeMlon wiU be bekl from Jiuc 18 tiiroagh Jane 22; second sesaioo la from July 30 through Angoat 3. The coat is S8.00 per sesk>n. They will pick up and deliver from 201 Lead Street. Day canp wiU be bekl bi and around Spring MounUin Range. For more Informationcall 565-8932, ext. 32. Kerr-McGee Sponsors Scholarship Program Sixty American colleges and universities received more than SI8.000 last year through a matching gift program sponsored by Kerr-McCee Foundation, .inc. Seventy-one KerrMcCee Corporationemployees made 100 donations totaling $9,226 to the colleges and universities of their choice. The KerrMcGec Foundation, inc., matched each gift, bringing the total contributwn to $18,452. Established in 1968. the matching gift program "benefits the company and the nation by helping to assure the continued flow of college educated personnel into business and industry," said D.A. McGee, chairman and chief executive officer. Since the program was founded. Kerr-McGee has matched $76,733 in employees'-giftsto -institutions of higher learning. The program recently was expanded to include retired empk)yees of KerrMcCee and wholly-owned subsidiaries. This eligibility extends to three years after retirement. In addition, accredited junior colleges can now receive money under the matching gift program. Formerly, only accredited four-year colleges and universities were ehgible for these funds. Join in the f\in at the Henderson Park and Recreation Department and learn to decorate your own cakes. You don't have to bake a cake every week to participate. Most decorating practice is done on waxed paper until the Tinal evening of class at which time a real cake is Used. During the 6 week session, bordering techniques, lettering, leaves and flowers will be taught. Wouldn't you like to make extra special cakes for ydur special ones? Join Cindy Harris's cake decorating classes offered at the Henderson Civic Center. The beginners class will meet on Tuesday evenings from 7 to 9 p.m. in room 3. The advanced class will be held Thursday evenings from 7 to 9 p.m. in room 3 also. Registration begins June 18, 1979 at the Recreation Department office, 201 Lead St., room 22. Call 565-8921 extension 32 for any additional information. Summer Guitar Lessons Offered Paula Busch has spent a goodly portion of her life studying and teaching guitar. She has studied under several well-known artists including Segovia in Mexico City; she teaches jazz, classical and folk guitar. She has come to Henderson from Atlanta Georgia and is presently teaching piano and working at Frankie Randall's in Henderson. Right now. you or your child can learn to play guitar at the Henderson Parks and Recreation Department. All you need do is come into the Recreation Department at 201 Lead Street, Rm. 22 and sign up. You must supply your own, guitar and an additional $3 will be charged for the instruction book. Registration begins June 18. so hurry and reserve your space in class. The class will not contain more than 12 students to keep instruction at a quality level. It isscheduled forTuesday evenings 5:00 p.m. to 6;30 p.m. and the cost will be $11 for the entire 6 week session. ICE SKATINQ RINK n* tvnMI MM<. roM* M-17] NEW CLASSES BEGIN • ^ JUNE 23-SAT. ^ 10:00 AUd —12 MOON Continuous Training Yeor Round Rogister Now! USFSA Bosic Test Made from Beautiful Mafril Self-Lined Antique Satm One example, select from 2500 Fabrics and CotofS ffNrfNff LfNff OM SALf f Nav( ony chorga o oCHigotion 564-1527 \= UM bnpoftoni Qvcliiofti JOOUM M lltOw CK nofito. learn Btrton From a CJiompi SuMner Morning Teonis Kathy Kline will be teaching baton to anyone interested at the Henderson Parks and Recreation Department this summer. She carries many titles honoring her qualifications and quality as an instructor. To name a few, Kathy was the-1978 Cinderella Queen in Nevada, 1978 two-baton twirling Champ for the State of Nevada, 1978-79 Dance Twirl Champ, 1978 Nevada State Twirling Champ, 1979 SeniorDivision Strutting Champ and she was seen to take 1st place at the Henderson Industrial Days Talent Contest. To join Kathy's class, all you need do is register your child at the parks and recreation Department office Room 22 in the City Hall Annex building, 201 Lead Street. The class will run from Tennis is in season, so come down to 201 Lead Street, Rm. 22 and sign your child or yourself up for lessons this summer at the Henderson Parks and Recreation Department. Anyone fh)m age 8 to 80 can join in the fun to'be held on the city courts on the corner of Basic and Water Streets. The class will be instructed by Dave Gallante, graduate of the Vic Braden Tennis College of San D|pgo. Re gistration bejffns June 18,1979 at the Parks and Recreation office, 201 Lead Street, Room 22. Classes will be held on Tuesday and Thursday mornings, 8 to 9 a.m. for beginners and 9 to 10 a.m. for intermediate and advanced levels. The cost to you for 6 weeks will be $8 plus you must bring 1 can of new. unopened, tennis balls and your racket. Kathy Kline June 26 to August 9, and will meet on Tuesday and Thursday from 9 to 10 a.m. for beginners and 10 to 11 a.m. for intermediates at the cost of $8 for 6 weeks. Registration begins June 18. 1979. Sign up early and reserve your space. Call 965-8921 extension 22 for additional information. Fishing Pole Auction for Kids All kids under the age of 12. Henderson Justice Court is having another Fishing Pole Auctiort. It will be held on Tuesday the 26th day of June at 3 p.m. NO ADULTS ALSee you there!! BASK READY MIX SERVING HENDERSON tBOUlDERCITY Rcidio pispatched 7 DAYS A WEEK SATURDAY & SUNDAY DEUVERY Now Four Trucktl Call54-1119 • MAGNIFICENT HOMES OVERLOOKING THE VEGAS VALLEY 2,3 & 4 BEDROOMS CUSTOM FEATURES INCLUDED IN PURCHASE PRICE: 0 Wall-to-wall carpeting throughout Forced Air Heat OSoddcd Front Yards OG.E. Electric Range Air Conditioning 60.E. Dishwasher 0 Beautiful Hardwood Kitchen Cabinets o Insulated Walls and Ceilings 0 Smoke Alarm 0 Garbage Disposal Spacious 2-Car Garage PT.V. Outlet 0 All Utilities Underground ^ Vinyl Entry Stainless Steel Sinks O Sewer System O Ceramic Tile in Tub ^ Shower Street Lights Concrete Drives and Walks Moen Single Lever Valves FIREFIACES, DRAPES & TIL£ ROOFS ARE STANDARD IN AU. HOMES fflOM54,900 FHA. VA AND CONVENTtCNAL FINANCING 360 PALO VERDE DRIVE. ACROSS FROM BASIC HIGH SCHOOL 1 n MOMEsoF /mmsi^ 00*fuM'4t OfSu (^ Daff tB V OiMk BdUn of (ktify Hones Phon iSS^SSSS % V ^^

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* Henderson Home News. Henderson, Nevada are children trom the lower classes of the school as they sang out their happy music. \ MRS. BARBARA ADAMS, advisor to the student council at C.T. Sewell ElemenUry School, is shown Hith y[icbelJ Shepherd, student body president, who was presented with a special award for her good service duringanawardsasmbly-at the school tail week, Also receiving special recognition was Amanda I'libarri who was absent. FalhersHonored In Many Ways Wo honor Dad with a shower of gif^ rach Father's Day. bul patnarch.s clM-whrrc are recognized in very unusual ways A vounc African Pinka Tribesman, for instanrr. used to prcwni lu.s t.ithor with thr mol (K-rfecl prp.wnt he could give the kliin of his first hon kill THEATRE STARTS WED. JUNE 13TH They couUnI haw celebrated happier anniversahesJtthi^wete nuvrkd to each other. • • ri..—.„... Ellen Burstyn Alan Aida 1.1 [\A "Samcllliiic.'-Jfcvt -^ear" WMr< Mh Rntvi '*-rff|f^'vlu'tw SI '•wipjn K W NAIn SLAW IW-rfd • • •• *L^p pwt n W • MT> V.AfH i^'Mh^rd-wohrVMirf^'^'WTn^ >HUTlJ|fl K M4HV1N (U'V.IS H Pm*KMh*AirpiiWtSCH*iid'VWT-.soOnUI8 rw*K'->TH>!, iN • SHOWTIMES • NIGHTLY SUN. THRU THURJ5 AT BiD PM SHOWSEVERYFRLfrSAT.AT78r9PJyi MATME EVBTY SAT. & SUN. AT 2fll PJM. CHLOREN nil) EVERY SUNDAY 8:00 P.M. SENIOR CITIZENS ADMISSION—ONE DOUAR In old rhin.1. i>onk oncf showpfl IliPir it's(>rcl for an elderly parriil liy .srwmn silk rolie for hinv Emliroi dered wilh Ihp Oiini-se cli.ir .icteni for "loni! Iifr "' thi< "lonufvily rolie' wa.s thouKhl lo improve Father s chanret or liviac lo a niM* old gr when It WM put iinsriher l?y a prrfioii who wao young i-nouiih to live a Ion*: time In this counlrv lhi> off vprinc of .•>trict Puritan par ent* wore lolrl to addre their .sire a.' "honored . J I'A NIT A MOVER CASE NO PUIM In the Matter of the E-'lale of ALICE MAE GODBEY KOONTZ aira known as VLICE M KOONTZ Oereaed NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that he undervunetfhad t>een duly ap point*nd quahrird by the atiovf •iilitlad CMM o'li the ISth day of • Hay. UW as Executrix oftheeiate of ALICE MAEOODBEY KOONTZ also known a> ALICE M KOONTZ. deceated All creditors havini; claims aeainst the estate are required lo file the same with proper vouchers attached with the Clerk of the Court within ninety i90i days after the first publication of lhi< Notice DATEDMil< Ilth dayofMay 1079 isl Laura Kellv LAl'RA KEI.I V DENTON 4 DENTON LTD By I SI Ralph L Denton Altorneys for the Eviale 8H East Sahara \vrnue Ut Vt(as Nevada nt04 HMay 31 June 7 12 1>79 .spirita are the true lalhert. RpKardlesK of whone children he look.s after. Ameriran Dad are honored Ihc third isunday in June becauae one grateful daughter. Mrs. John Bruce Dodd. of Spokane, Wash, in 1910 arranged a special church .service for her dad. who devotedly raised six motherless children. Fathers today are showed with (fift."! like ties, colopie. new slip))ers, fishing gear and even I W Harper the Oold Medal Kentucky hourhon fii-st created in \S'2 and known-with pleasure-in more than MO countries around the world In part* of the Near and Far Ea, though, it's (jrandfnther.s-nol father -who mainlains almost complete jiilhorily in the family UGAl NOTICE NOTE MUST BE SIGNED AND ATTACHED TO BID -SCHEDl'LE June 8 1979 CONTRXCTNO 7S79*1 SINSET RO\D VND MOINTAIN VISTA INTERSECTION CH\N NELIZATION \DDENOl'M NO 1 lo conlrafl documents for City of Henderson Nevada INSTRUCTIONS Bidders shall at larh this addendum to tlie contract documents and shall aeknowledfe receipt hy siKning this document in the space provided below This addendum shall change, mod ifv or amend the contract docu ments as follows DELETE 4th line 1st paragraph of the Notice Invtiini: Sealed Prop oails' (June 2t. 19791 lo read INSERT June 2 1979 at the same location DELETE 2nd line. 2nd paragraph of the "Notice lnvitinf( Sealed Proposals". (June 29. 1979) INSERT June n. 1979 DELETE 5lh line *eftlon B paragraph A (12 Page GC 1 Open ing (29June. 1979) INSERT June 2 I97S Ml other provisions oflhe contract documents and drawings shall re main unrhanued The undersigned as bidder de dares that he has read and under stands the contents of this Adden dum and that his proposal to per form the work under this contract i> made in consideralton of the onci nal contract documents as amended t>y this Addendum No I .SI (Jeffrey H Billingslev GEOFFREY H BILLINGSLEY. PE Director of Public Works 'SI Dorothy A Vondenhnnk DOROTHY A VONDENBRlNh CMC City Clerk ACKNOWLEDGED BIDDER) By (TITLE) HJune 12 1979 '.T MOBILE TRAVELER 17V2 FT. MINI MOTOR NOME THIS IS THE COACH OUR CUSTOMERS I CLAMI^IiMPGOMREGUURGAS 197S JAMBOREE 22' Mmi Moioi Home AT PSiAC 'Oo' lact and ld dPf 2800 miles ecelleni condition 1973 ELDORADO ir MmMr,„„n,.,r^, • At PS P8 AC 1973 CHEVY % TON ^ • "' 9 sett cooia^swi Swsta Camtw AT PS AC Dual Tank-. Ned NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF \CCOUNT AND HEARING PETI TION FOR DliTRIBUTION OF ESTATE Notice IS hereby glvrn that BLANCH H JENKINS the Exeuc tri< of the estate of GRACE AL VIRIA SNYDER. deceased. haiJ're ndered and presented for settip ment. and filed in >aid Court, her First and Final acriunt of her ad ministration ofsaid estate, and also tier petition foi distribution of said estate, and that Friday the 22nd Hay of June \ D 1979 heing a day of Reeular Session of said Court, at 9.10 o'clock .1 m at the Court Iln m .-f -.nid s' Mill in the City <•' : .• Veiias in said Clark County h i ...I., "ise.-!' j. Tn-ir* forth. • ,; tlement of said account and bear inv • I'd petilHii. IHI • ,' • <'>'• • 1. said estate, at which time and place jllpf-.onsintere u'd p; -4 id estate may appear and show eauae. if any they have why said petition sheuld not bt graaled and said accoiut should not be settled, allowed and approved. Dated May Mad 1979 isl t/Orella Bowman. Clerk By Ruth Dowd. Deputy Clerk District Court Seal H June 9.12 19. 1979 Plaintiff CONSUALO AVILA. Defendant SUMMONS THE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE -NAMED DEFENDANT Vou are hereby summoned and required to .serve upon EDWARD WEINSTEIN. CHARTERED plaintifTs attorney, whose address IS 2309 Las Veiias Blvd S Las Vegaa. Nevada HIM an answer to the Complain! which is herewith served upon you. within 20 days after aervke of this Summons upon you.enelusive of the day of service If vou fail lo do so. judcment tn de fault will be taken against you for ine relief demanded in the Com plaint This action is brought to recover a judgment disisolving the bonds of matrimony presently existing between yeu and (he PlaintllT LORETTA BOWMAN Clerk of Court (DISTRICT COl'RT SEAL) Bs LOUELL; MEYERS Deputy Clerk DATE: M*y 30. 1979 H June 12. 19. 26. July 3.10. 1979 IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DIS TRICT COURT OF THE ST ATE OF NEVADA,IN \ND FOR THE COUNTY OF CLARK FILED Feh I94(pm '79 Lorctta Bowman. Clerk By Juanita Moyer No AH2230 BELL. LEAVITT 4 GREEN. CTD PLAINTIFF VS EVESTER REDIC. INEZ REDIC. PEARL WASHINGTON, and DOES I through V. inclusive. Oefwidant SUMMONS THE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS r.HEETINOS TO THE ABOVE N\MED DEFENDANT You are hereby summoned and required lo serve upon BELL. LEAVITT k GREEN CTD PlatntilTs attorney, whose address is Ml E Bridger. Las Vegas. Nevada 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 fall to do so. judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief de manded in the Complaint Monies due and owing IS) Lorctta Bowman, Clerk of Court By Deborah Detson Deputy Clerk DATE July 14, 197J H June 9,12. 19. 2<, July 3.1979 the oil In your car younelf. Ita reaealabi* container allowa you to add new oil without having to open aeparate cina. It alao providei a receptacle for the old oil that'i safe for the environment The Diapot-Oil-Jug is the Tint big change in motor oil containera since the quart can. • You can increaae gaa mileage by keeping your engine in tune. The recommended UGALNOTKE IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE or NEVADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CLARK NO 011303 SOLIDAD U CAYETANO, Plaintiff VS ROLANDO CAYETANO, Defendant SUMMONS THE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE \BOVE NAMED DEFENDANT Vou are hereby summoned and required to serve upon EDWARD WEINSTEIN tsq plaintiffs at tornev. whose address is 230S Las Vegas Blvd S. Las Veitas. Nevada • IM. an answer to the Complaint which IS herewith served upon you. within 20 days alter service of this Summons upon you, exclusive of the day of service If you fall lo do so. judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in tb Complaint Thi.< action IS brought to recover a judgment dissolving the bends of matrimony presently eiisliag between you and the Plaintiff (DISTRia COURT SEAL! LORETTA BOWMAN, Clerk of Court By REBECCA WITT. Deputy Clerk DATE May 2. 1979 H May 19. 22. a. Junes. 12. IV interval ia aet forth in your owner'i manual You ahould have a minor tune-up, preferably in the apring, before hot weather and vacation travel. It ia alao good to consider a late fall tune-up to prevent aluggiah atarta and poaaible trouble during the winter UGALNOTKE IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DIS TRICT COU RT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CLARK Filed May 29 9 96 a m '71 Loretia Bowman By Marsha Padilla. Clerk CASE NO PI I IN In the Matter of the Estate of SAM COHEN also known as and called SAMMY COHEN. Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been duly ap pointed and qualified tty the above entitled Court on the 2S4h day of May. 1979. as Executor of the estate of SAM COHEN, also known at SAMMY COHEN, deceased All creditors having claims against (be estate arc required to file the same, with proper vouchers attached, with the Clerk of the Court within ninety (90) days after the first publication of this notice OATEDthis 29th day ofMay, 1979 (s| Robert Buckley Robert Buckley DENTON k DENTON By It) Ralph L Denton Attorneys for the Estate M8 East Sahara Avenue Us Vegas, Nevada 19104 H May 31, June 9,12. 1971 Enuf^ APPAWii,.f OR OENTUMEN* TOUCH OF CLASS FATHER'S DAY SALE TOUCH OF CLASS' LONG SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS PRICE THRU JUNE 17, SIZES S M L XL XXL QUANTITY 24 60 60 24 36 MAJOR CREDIT CARDS AOCC^TEO HOUns MON-SAT. 0:90440 SUN 10040 • A' 'tK IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DIS TRICT COURT OF tytf. STATE OF NEVADA. IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CLARK Nc )|M'g LEE THURSTON. Plaintiff SHIRLEY TMURSTON. Defendant SUMMONS THE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS GRerriNcs TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT You arc hereby sumnMned and required to serve upon Munel D Cund piainlirrt attorney, whose address is 302 E Carwft. Suite 1101 Las Vegas, Nevada a^atwer to the Complaint which to h erewith served upoa rM. IBB 20 days after service f this BBans upon y0, emtimea WlkiMM aarvite. If vmi fail to de so • • • (nt by dc fault will be take* Halaat ymi for the relief dcmaoded the Con plaint >. This IS an aelio* tb dksolve the bonds of main mony toftftaforc and now existing betweaa :i*u and Iha Plaintirr ,^, IS) Loretta Bowman. • -' Clerk of Court r ;~, By (SI LMiella Myerf k Deputy Ocrk ''^\ DATE May 29, 1979 i H JuatS,l2.1,IWa||i3 in IN THE EIGHTH JUMQAL DIS TRICT COURT OF TIOfciTATE OF NEVADA IN AND fOR THE COUNTY OF CURK RMCivec May,4HB.ai -7 Clark I O'lmy Sheriff'' Casern \.tm '>'< DIAL KIN ANCECOMMNY, A Nevada CoporaltUi ^ .rrti"" BERTHA GARaA. 'Defendant NOTICE OF SALE OF KRSONAL PROFERfV Under and by the virtwe of an Ex ecutien issued out of Jhe Eighth Judicial District Court V the Slate of Nevada, in and for.tn^ .County of Clark, in an action tf^riein DIAL FINANCE COMPANY was Plaintlfr and BCRTHA GARa|l property !• \ IIT. Hereury Mar^Miaur ^^^'rr^t.^iS^ \Xjr,M NOTICE Notice of Respensibilily I.C Bf at Warburtow aw no laagar respaaalMa lar aag 4th|s of War burtoa • Atklla WUttm and Gallery. Ml E Uha Moad Dr. Mendersea, Nev AsafUMadal*, May2l 1979 IS) C Brent Warburtaa N June I, 111*, July 23 1979 ^Henderson Home News. Henderson. Nevada Pag* 7 Tuwdav. June M, if7fi GOOD GAS MIIEAGE STANI^ARP EQUIPMENT WITH TOYOTA! SMAU CAR SPECIALISTS FOR OVER 40 YEARS!!! AND VOUR GOOD CREDIT U 1 BRAND NEW TOYOTA eoROUA se^ COUPE 5 speed transmission^ AM/FM stereo, air condi* tioning, steel belted radial tires. #1984 BRAND NEW TOYOTA CORONA DOOR WON. Automatic, air conditioning, power steering, roof racit, custom tutone paint. #1898 -jm^ •299 Down t1S4,66 month for 60 months on approvad credit, caah price t032. dafarrad price SSI73, an mial parcani rate 17.84 payment • I laa not included n*n •BRAND NEW TOYOTA COROLLA UFT9AeK 5 speed transmission, air conditioning, steeli belted radial tires. #2177 AfhkK'f 207?' "BRAND NEW TOYOTA COROLU • 'IT^ •299^ Down Itor monni loi 60 monitis o" sp>t4 ci<.i. csth plica ITMa. MtfXd p.K( tl>,)02 SMSMl pvitnl laU 17 04 pa, • • am sax* l> nol inciuM i I 1^ 4b MONTH '299 Down (152 63 month fo' 60 month* on approved credit, catb price SS9S5, deferred price S9050, annual percent rale 17.84 payment aales tax nol indud ad u.^ 4 MOR SIAN EXCELLi#T TOYOTA TRADES AM radio, air conditioning, automatic, wheel trim rings. #2173 155J> • 185 month lor 80 month* on •pptovod cradH. caah price 88088. daforrad price •8211, annual parcani rala 17,84, pay talM lax not Incli 78 TOVOTA COROUA Lillback. automatt Ic, AIR. Ilk* ifw. • • ^ •2287.1 77 DATSUN PICKUP B 210. 4 apaad. i am radio, rear shade kit V225S-1 74 FORP PINTO St wgn, AIR, auto., p.a.Ab good Irene., 15BM SI 99 3999 i '76 TOYOTA ^OROLU Liftback, eutomalt Ic. AIR, like new, •2207-2 76 TOYOTA CElieA Liribeck. 5 epeed. am/fm eleroo. • 1924-1 1799 S199 4699 '7t TOYOTA CORONA Stetion wegon. eutomallc, AIR. roof reck, economyll •2151-1 '76 TRIUMPH TR-T Aulomellc, AIR, em/fm ceeeelte, fun to drivol • 1758-1 '76 DATSUN PICKUP 4 Speed, AIR. cenoper ehell 2229... '71 TOYOTA PICKUP Hiiux. 4 speed • 2249-1 2399 '4099 3999 1599 '7S PONTIAC ORAND AM Auto., AIR, pwr. wind, ft teet. t em/fm eleroo, nice C8r. •221S-1 2999 '77 PORD RANCNCRO AM radio, automet^ Ic. power steering A brakes. 168M '71 TOYOTA COROUA t Autometic. AIR, nice car 1 71 COUOAR XR 7 Auto., AIR, pwr, eeet ft wind., tilt. i cruiae. am/fm, like new 1718 1 '76 PLYMOUTH SCAMP Automatic. AIR. ^ power steering ft brakes, V13S3-1,.. '78 FORD PICKUP 6 Cylinder, 3 apeed. long bed, euper buy. MOOOI 3999 1499 4699 2699 3S99 itpHtl •^-""^ ""' • *" • • • -'-^ • • —^ > ^ rournmnmoioiu SALES DEFT. HOURS SERVICE & PARTS DEPT. OP^ ItmUt tkni Friday t' A.-n IS 10 Mk MM^
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* Henderson Home News. Henderson, Nevada are children trom the lower classes of the school as they sang out their happy music. \ MRS. BARBARA ADAMS, advisor to the student council at C.T. Sewell ElemenUry School, is shown Hith y[icbelJ Shepherd, student body president, who was presented with a special award for her good service duringanawardsasmbly-at the school tail week, Also receiving special recognition was Amanda I'libarri who was absent. FalhersHonored In Many Ways Wo honor Dad with a shower of gif^ rach Father's Day. bul patnarch.s clM-whrrc are recognized in very unusual ways A vounc African Pinka Tribesman, for instanrr. used to prcwni lu.s t.ithor with thr mol (K-rfecl prp.wnt he could give the kliin of his first hon kill THEATRE STARTS WED. JUNE 13TH They couUnI haw celebrated happier anniversahesJtthi^wete nuvrkd to each other. • • ri..—.„... Ellen Burstyn Alan Aida 1.1 [\A "Samcllliiic.'-Jfcvt -^ear" WMr< Mh Rntvi '*-rff|f^'vlu'tw SI '•wipjn K W NAIn SLAW IW-rfd • • •• *L^p pwt n W • MT> V.AfH i^'Mh^rd-wohrVMirf^'^'WTn^ >HUTlJ|fl K M4HV1N (U'V.IS H Pm*KMh*AirpiiWtSCH*iid'VWT-.soOnUI8 rw*K'->TH>!, iN • SHOWTIMES • NIGHTLY SUN. THRU THURJ5 AT BiD PM SHOWSEVERYFRLfrSAT.AT78r9PJyi MATME EVBTY SAT. & SUN. AT 2fll PJM. CHLOREN nil) EVERY SUNDAY 8:00 P.M. SENIOR CITIZENS ADMISSION—ONE DOUAR In old rhin.1. i>onk oncf showpfl IliPir it's(>rcl for an elderly parriil liy .srwmn silk rolie for hinv Emliroi dered wilh Ihp Oiini-se cli.ir .icteni for "loni! Iifr "' thi< "lonufvily rolie' wa.s thouKhl lo improve Father s chanret or liviac lo a niM* old gr when It WM put iinsriher l?y a prrfioii who wao young i-nouiih to live a Ion*: time In this counlrv lhi> off vprinc of .•>trict Puritan par ent* wore lolrl to addre their .sire a.' "honored . J I'A NIT A MOVER CASE NO PUIM In the Matter of the E-'lale of ALICE MAE GODBEY KOONTZ aira known as VLICE M KOONTZ Oereaed NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that he undervunetfhad t>een duly ap point*nd quahrird by the atiovf •iilitlad CMM o'li the ISth day of • Hay. UW as Executrix oftheeiate of ALICE MAEOODBEY KOONTZ also known a> ALICE M KOONTZ. deceated All creditors havini; claims aeainst the estate are required lo file the same with proper vouchers attached with the Clerk of the Court within ninety i90i days after the first publication of lhi< Notice DATEDMil< Ilth dayofMay 1079 isl Laura Kellv LAl'RA KEI.I V DENTON 4 DENTON LTD By I SI Ralph L Denton Altorneys for the Eviale 8H East Sahara \vrnue Ut Vt(as Nevada nt04 HMay 31 June 7 12 1>79 .spirita are the true lalhert. RpKardlesK of whone children he look.s after. Ameriran Dad are honored Ihc third isunday in June becauae one grateful daughter. Mrs. John Bruce Dodd. of Spokane, Wash, in 1910 arranged a special church .service for her dad. who devotedly raised six motherless children. Fathers today are showed with (fift."! like ties, colopie. new slip))ers, fishing gear and even I W Harper the Oold Medal Kentucky hourhon fii-st created in \S'2 and known-with pleasure-in more than MO countries around the world In part* of the Near and Far Ea, though, it's (jrandfnther.s-nol father -who mainlains almost complete jiilhorily in the family UGAl NOTICE NOTE MUST BE SIGNED AND ATTACHED TO BID -SCHEDl'LE June 8 1979 CONTRXCTNO 7S79*1 SINSET RO\D VND MOINTAIN VISTA INTERSECTION CH\N NELIZATION \DDENOl'M NO 1 lo conlrafl documents for City of Henderson Nevada INSTRUCTIONS Bidders shall at larh this addendum to tlie contract documents and shall aeknowledfe receipt hy siKning this document in the space provided below This addendum shall change, mod ifv or amend the contract docu ments as follows DELETE 4th line 1st paragraph of the Notice Invtiini: Sealed Prop oails' (June 2t. 19791 lo read INSERT June 2 1979 at the same location DELETE 2nd line. 2nd paragraph of the "Notice lnvitinf( Sealed Proposals". (June 29. 1979) INSERT June n. 1979 DELETE 5lh line *eftlon B paragraph A (12 Page GC 1 Open ing (29June. 1979) INSERT June 2 I97S Ml other provisions oflhe contract documents and drawings shall re main unrhanued The undersigned as bidder de dares that he has read and under stands the contents of this Adden dum and that his proposal to per form the work under this contract i> made in consideralton of the onci nal contract documents as amended t>y this Addendum No I .SI (Jeffrey H Billingslev GEOFFREY H BILLINGSLEY. PE Director of Public Works 'SI Dorothy A Vondenhnnk DOROTHY A VONDENBRlNh CMC City Clerk ACKNOWLEDGED BIDDER) By (TITLE) HJune 12 1979 '.T MOBILE TRAVELER 17V2 FT. MINI MOTOR NOME THIS IS THE COACH OUR CUSTOMERS I CLAMI^IiMPGOMREGUURGAS 197S JAMBOREE 22' Mmi Moioi Home AT PSiAC 'Oo' lact and ld dPf 2800 miles ecelleni condition 1973 ELDORADO ir MmMr,„„n,.,r^, • At PS P8 AC 1973 CHEVY % TON ^ • "' 9 sett cooia^swi Swsta Camtw AT PS AC Dual Tank-. Ned NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF \CCOUNT AND HEARING PETI TION FOR DliTRIBUTION OF ESTATE Notice IS hereby glvrn that BLANCH H JENKINS the Exeuc tri< of the estate of GRACE AL VIRIA SNYDER. deceased. haiJ're ndered and presented for settip ment. and filed in >aid Court, her First and Final acriunt of her ad ministration ofsaid estate, and also tier petition foi distribution of said estate, and that Friday the 22nd Hay of June \ D 1979 heing a day of Reeular Session of said Court, at 9.10 o'clock .1 m at the Court Iln m .-f -.nid s' Mill in the City <•' : .• Veiias in said Clark County h i ...I., "ise.-!' j. Tn-ir* forth. • ,; tlement of said account and bear inv • I'd petilHii. IHI • ,' • <'>'• • 1. said estate, at which time and place jllpf-.onsintere u'd p; -4 id estate may appear and show eauae. if any they have why said petition sheuld not bt graaled and said accoiut should not be settled, allowed and approved. Dated May Mad 1979 isl t/Orella Bowman. Clerk By Ruth Dowd. Deputy Clerk District Court Seal H June 9.12 19. 1979 Plaintiff CONSUALO AVILA. Defendant SUMMONS THE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE -NAMED DEFENDANT Vou are hereby summoned and required to .serve upon EDWARD WEINSTEIN. CHARTERED plaintifTs attorney, whose address IS 2309 Las Veiias Blvd S Las Vegaa. Nevada HIM an answer to the Complain! which is herewith served upon you. within 20 days after aervke of this Summons upon you.enelusive of the day of service If vou fail lo do so. judcment tn de fault will be taken against you for ine relief demanded in the Com plaint This action is brought to recover a judgment disisolving the bonds of matrimony presently existing between yeu and (he PlaintllT LORETTA BOWMAN Clerk of Court (DISTRICT COl'RT SEAL) Bs LOUELL; MEYERS Deputy Clerk DATE: M*y 30. 1979 H June 12. 19. 26. July 3.10. 1979 IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DIS TRICT COURT OF THE ST ATE OF NEVADA,IN \ND FOR THE COUNTY OF CLARK FILED Feh I94(pm '79 Lorctta Bowman. Clerk By Juanita Moyer No AH2230 BELL. LEAVITT 4 GREEN. CTD PLAINTIFF VS EVESTER REDIC. INEZ REDIC. PEARL WASHINGTON, and DOES I through V. inclusive. Oefwidant SUMMONS THE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS r.HEETINOS TO THE ABOVE N\MED DEFENDANT You are hereby summoned and required lo serve upon BELL. LEAVITT k GREEN CTD PlatntilTs attorney, whose address is Ml E Bridger. Las Vegas. Nevada 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 fall to do so. judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief de manded in the Complaint Monies due and owing IS) Lorctta Bowman, Clerk of Court By Deborah Detson Deputy Clerk DATE July 14, 197J H June 9,12. 19. 2<, July 3.1979 the oil In your car younelf. Ita reaealabi* container allowa you to add new oil without having to open aeparate cina. It alao providei a receptacle for the old oil that'i safe for the environment The Diapot-Oil-Jug is the Tint big change in motor oil containera since the quart can. • You can increaae gaa mileage by keeping your engine in tune. The recommended UGALNOTKE IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE or NEVADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CLARK NO 011303 SOLIDAD U CAYETANO, Plaintiff VS ROLANDO CAYETANO, Defendant SUMMONS THE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE \BOVE NAMED DEFENDANT Vou are hereby summoned and required to serve upon EDWARD WEINSTEIN tsq plaintiffs at tornev. whose address is 230S Las Vegas Blvd S. Las Veitas. Nevada • IM. an answer to the Complaint which IS herewith served upon you. within 20 days alter service of this Summons upon you, exclusive of the day of service If you fall lo do so. judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in tb Complaint Thi.< action IS brought to recover a judgment dissolving the bends of matrimony presently eiisliag between you and the Plaintiff (DISTRia COURT SEAL! LORETTA BOWMAN, Clerk of Court By REBECCA WITT. Deputy Clerk DATE May 2. 1979 H May 19. 22. a. Junes. 12. IV interval ia aet forth in your owner'i manual You ahould have a minor tune-up, preferably in the apring, before hot weather and vacation travel. It ia alao good to consider a late fall tune-up to prevent aluggiah atarta and poaaible trouble during the winter UGALNOTKE IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DIS TRICT COU RT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CLARK Filed May 29 9 96 a m '71 Loretia Bowman By Marsha Padilla. Clerk CASE NO PI I IN In the Matter of the Estate of SAM COHEN also known as and called SAMMY COHEN. Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been duly ap pointed and qualified tty the above entitled Court on the 2S4h day of May. 1979. as Executor of the estate of SAM COHEN, also known at SAMMY COHEN, deceased All creditors having claims against (be estate arc required to file the same, with proper vouchers attached, with the Clerk of the Court within ninety (90) days after the first publication of this notice OATEDthis 29th day ofMay, 1979 (s| Robert Buckley Robert Buckley DENTON k DENTON By It) Ralph L Denton Attorneys for the Estate M8 East Sahara Avenue Us Vegas, Nevada 19104 H May 31, June 9,12. 1971 Enuf^ APPAWii,.f OR OENTUMEN* TOUCH OF CLASS FATHER'S DAY SALE TOUCH OF CLASS' LONG SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS PRICE THRU JUNE 17, SIZES S M L XL XXL QUANTITY 24 60 60 24 36 MAJOR CREDIT CARDS AOCC^TEO HOUns MON-SAT. 0:90440 SUN 10040 • A' 'tK IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DIS TRICT COURT OF tytf. STATE OF NEVADA. IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CLARK Nc )|M'g LEE THURSTON. Plaintiff SHIRLEY TMURSTON. Defendant SUMMONS THE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS GRerriNcs TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT You arc hereby sumnMned and required to serve upon Munel D Cund piainlirrt attorney, whose address is 302 E Carwft. Suite 1101 Las Vegas, Nevada a^atwer to the Complaint which to h erewith served upoa rM. IBB 20 days after service f this BBans upon y0, emtimea WlkiMM aarvite. If vmi fail to de so • • • (nt by dc fault will be take* Halaat ymi for the relief dcmaoded the Con plaint >. This IS an aelio* tb dksolve the bonds of main mony toftftaforc and now existing betweaa :i*u and Iha Plaintirr ,^, IS) Loretta Bowman. • -' Clerk of Court r ;~, By (SI LMiella Myerf k Deputy Ocrk ''^\ DATE May 29, 1979 i H JuatS,l2.1,IWa||i3 in IN THE EIGHTH JUMQAL DIS TRICT COURT OF TIOfciTATE OF NEVADA IN AND fOR THE COUNTY OF CURK RMCivec May,4HB.ai -7 Clark I O'lmy Sheriff'' Casern \.tm '>'< DIAL KIN ANCECOMMNY, A Nevada CoporaltUi ^ .rrti"" BERTHA GARaA. 'Defendant NOTICE OF SALE OF KRSONAL PROFERfV Under and by the virtwe of an Ex ecutien issued out of Jhe Eighth Judicial District Court V the Slate of Nevada, in and for.tn^ .County of Clark, in an action tf^riein DIAL FINANCE COMPANY was Plaintlfr and BCRTHA GARa|l property !• \ IIT. Hereury Mar^Miaur ^^^'rr^t.^iS^ \Xjr,M NOTICE Notice of Respensibilily I.C Bf at Warburtow aw no laagar respaaalMa lar aag 4th|s of War burtoa • Atklla WUttm and Gallery. Ml E Uha Moad Dr. Mendersea, Nev AsafUMadal*, May2l 1979 IS) C Brent Warburtaa N June I, 111*, July 23 1979 ^Henderson Home News. Henderson. Nevada Pag* 7 Tuwdav. June M, if7fi GOOD GAS MIIEAGE STANI^ARP EQUIPMENT WITH TOYOTA! SMAU CAR SPECIALISTS FOR OVER 40 YEARS!!! AND VOUR GOOD CREDIT U 1 BRAND NEW TOYOTA eoROUA se^ COUPE 5 speed transmission^ AM/FM stereo, air condi* tioning, steel belted radial tires. #1984 BRAND NEW TOYOTA CORONA DOOR WON. Automatic, air conditioning, power steering, roof racit, custom tutone paint. #1898 -jm^ •299 Down t1S4,66 month for 60 months on approvad credit, caah price t032. dafarrad price SSI73, an mial parcani rate 17.84 payment • I laa not included n*n •BRAND NEW TOYOTA COROLLA UFT9AeK 5 speed transmission, air conditioning, steeli belted radial tires. #2177 AfhkK'f 207?' "BRAND NEW TOYOTA COROLU • 'IT^ •299^ Down Itor monni loi 60 monitis o" sp>t4 ci<.i. csth plica ITMa. MtfXd p.K( tl>,)02 SMSMl pvitnl laU 17 04 pa, • • am sax* l> nol inciuM i I 1^ 4b MONTH '299 Down (152 63 month fo' 60 month* on approved credit, catb price SS9S5, deferred price S9050, annual percent rale 17.84 payment aales tax nol indud ad u.^ 4 MOR SIAN EXCELLi#T TOYOTA TRADES AM radio, air conditioning, automatic, wheel trim rings. #2173 155J> • 185 month lor 80 month* on •pptovod cradH. caah price 88088. daforrad price •8211, annual parcani rala 17,84, pay talM lax not Incli 78 TOVOTA COROUA Lillback. automatt Ic, AIR. Ilk* ifw. • • ^ •2287.1 77 DATSUN PICKUP B 210. 4 apaad. i am radio, rear shade kit V225S-1 74 FORP PINTO St wgn, AIR, auto., p.a.Ab good Irene., 15BM SI 99 3999 i '76 TOYOTA ^OROLU Liftback, eutomalt Ic. AIR, like new, •2207-2 76 TOYOTA CElieA Liribeck. 5 epeed. am/fm eleroo. • 1924-1 1799 S199 4699 '7t TOYOTA CORONA Stetion wegon. eutomallc, AIR. roof reck, economyll •2151-1 '76 TRIUMPH TR-T Aulomellc, AIR, em/fm ceeeelte, fun to drivol • 1758-1 '76 DATSUN PICKUP 4 Speed, AIR. cenoper ehell 2229... '71 TOYOTA PICKUP Hiiux. 4 speed • 2249-1 2399 '4099 3999 1599 '7S PONTIAC ORAND AM Auto., AIR, pwr. wind, ft teet. t em/fm eleroo, nice C8r. •221S-1 2999 '77 PORD RANCNCRO AM radio, automet^ Ic. power steering A brakes. 168M '71 TOYOTA COROUA t Autometic. AIR, nice car 1 71 COUOAR XR 7 Auto., AIR, pwr, eeet ft wind., tilt. i cruiae. am/fm, like new 1718 1 '76 PLYMOUTH SCAMP Automatic. AIR. ^ power steering ft brakes, V13S3-1,.. '78 FORD PICKUP 6 Cylinder, 3 apeed. long bed, euper buy. MOOOI 3999 1499 4699 2699 3S99 itpHtl •^-""^ ""' • *" • • • -'-^ • • —^ > ^ rournmnmoioiu SALES DEFT. HOURS SERVICE & PARTS DEPT. OP^ ItmUt tkni Friday t' A.-n IS 10 Mk MM^
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[Bender—n Hm Hendmwi'Nevi Tuftdav. JuBf It 1971 —. Hendeitwa Hoin^ M>, n..^ ^^^^^ Tnesday, June 12. If7f" RIALTOM i um ( 111 W. LAO MEAD DL HNDCRMN. NKV. fMIS 54-1553 BUILDER'S SPEHAL 2 Bdrm. Upgraded Townsite on R-4 Lot With plans for three additional units. HORSE PROPERTV 4 Bdrm,, l\ Ba., V, acre Ranch alwve the smog. Beautiful view of Vegas Valley 15 min. to Lake Mead, 30 min. to downtown Las Vegas, 2 blocks from O'Callaghan Park. 5 min. to Black Mtn. Golf Course. VALLEY VIEW 3 Bdrm 1 Bath Family room, air conditioned. Fenced rear yard sprinklers. Neat and Cle^n. BEAUTIFUL VIEW Lot In Custom Home Area. Close to Black Mtn. Country Club. All Utilities Available Wm CAR TRUCK • • I GARCIA COXCRETE CONTRACTOR License 1S333 Bonded SW-9028 WE'RE HERE TO HELP! If there is any way we can aiiist you in the neid of Real Estate. Please don't hesitate to MBtaet tti at Basic Realty. STORAGE ALL TYPES ni BOAT BARN 965-6906 ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS • complete Keivinator line 6000 BTU to 25.000 BTU See them at Ed Harwood'^ Consumer Appliance Co, I18E L.ike Mead inext to 7 11 itort) 564-2210 '76 DATSUN, KlAfl cab, • • ). m%4. DIM. 33-10n. 23-)t74. i-C NEW Custom Home for sale by owner 3 bdrm. 2 bath. 2 car garage, fireplace, walk in pantry 4 large storage area On <^ acre lot Pti SS-0M9 Hdn LOOK YOUR BEST, have a fre. facial with Mary Ka> Cosmetics 293-446 B C MOTEL ROOMS* KITCHENETTES Color tVs. I'tilitiesand Linens WEEKLY Ph Harr>, 451-2445 AARON FINCING Frt EsHmattt Chain link i Wood 20 Yton Exp. St AIS Of fOMOMOW AT DANCE THEATRE WEST HELP WANTED grill person, male, or female, over 21. Weekend work included 2K^18Q1 BC GCNKAl CONTUCTM Vujiltv Work Hemooel — ("ustomv Framint!-Concrete Patlov Etr Lifonscd d (ionded 564.S303 Why go to Las Vegas 'when the best is right here. I Our recital this year is the evenings of June 28 and 29 and we invite you to come see for yourself. ADMISSION FREE. Jaix-Tap'Gymnastkt • 6nd Ballet Sforting 09* 2twp HOUSI K>l SALI ON OOtF CCMWSI. 4 bdrm, } boHi, w kitchen ond bofhrMm. $1IS,000. Owiwr W3-S3M. •C ^ 2933677 i BOtLDEI CITY HONE OWNER sayi "Make an Offpr". on levely 3 bdnn., 2 yr. eld Lewis Rene Ckats qnile cemplete and lecated in presligiout area. ZtS-ZtM. BC Herndon Smith Brvker • • • • • jr FOI KNT: 1 bdrm. mp>. Caipmt, drapes, refrigeroSof, even, gorboge disp*tl, storage rm., coin faroted vahar • dryer. |3U per m*. iMoted ol 3M lastminster, Hdn. ph. 4S1-7742 or 45A4M30. toe rent 1-. 2. 3 bdrm (rail en S30to$0ik call 585 TM3or5fl5 TUrilW I ARE YOU INTERESTED IN I BECOMING A NURSES AID? H so coll BouUcr City Cart Center .-, 293-5)51. WtMrill tram K>l SAlf C^en (09* Any qvarttity up 4,000 lb>. All whita or assertod colored rogt. Call54.32lercnobyS7S W. FOR SALE, ir 4" nSERFORM. deep V. IM HP IHwcary Oatboard, excellent family boat Powerful. Ideal ferflahlnxer skiing $4.v00 flrn 4U Callfernla S(. m-3ttt aAer4 p.m. HA.NDYMA.N Ben DePue will fix it. re do it, add it on. lay it down. You name it. 1 do it 55-748. VAUGHNS ROOFING || All lypet otroeflM' Retlden-^ lial It Commercial Reeemmrndallons Nrntshed. Free eslimiles. Contractors (license: 14Ut. 453ZMC or 4S3-1744 1973 Glasspar and trailer, 17 ^ ft 185 mere cruiser, excel ski and fishing rig, only 127 hrs on this boat If you can find a cleaner rig I'll buy it. 293 3778. MOTORHOME FOR RENT 197926 ft generator and air. fully equiped 293-2891. rOR SALE 1973 FORD LTD pa.sscnger wagon, air cond radio, heater, all power, interior excell. low mileage, below low book. $1275. 293-4517 or 293-S361. BC Your home is your castle^ V\ Try the ^'" HENDERSON PIAZA APTS. 2 BBdrooni • FunL&Unfum. tPool ,\c 730 CentBr St Hda 565-751! Klurs OUSSiMIRROICO.' Complete Glass Services 5700 Boulder Highway 24 Hr .Service 451-S1S3 WANT TO KNOW WHAT YOUl HOUSC IS WORTH? fn* pn^ orty onolyiis. Coll Rofor, Rooltor, Henderson Realty Inc., 293-2151, Ivei. 293-1622, I.e. Wt WANT TO niASi YOU with our multiple tondseopirtg services t pro. care. Coll 5*4-2373 for opp'l. Thonk yew from Shell 1 Son. NEVADA RffAHt We repair Appliances, lawn mower Home Repairs Cooler Repairs > Located in Jack's Rental Center FREE tube paints, linens, wall hangings, for being Hostess at an Artex Party. Call Julie. scs^tssz. Boulder City Custom 4 bdrm.. 24 bth borne in new pretigiousarea. Below appraisal at $125,000 Ph. 29,3 3046 BC HMCterson dtiUCmCwiter Daily HtMf Rrtes St. httt'i Hall, toMu Hwy. T7 Craa Prix for sale. Beantiftil car. Has everything. Will Ukt low book. iU4U4. FREE FILM OR CASH D.ISCOL'NT ON ALL, FI^MS, Primed and developed at VAN S NEVADA DRUG. BOILDER CITV, NV. WANTED Chevy Parts En gines, transmissions, etc Cash or trade Kellv Glass 4515153 DOE.S VOtR BATHROOM MARLiTE NEED REPl.AC ING" Free Eillmales. SM^ttfl Ndn. JE^S nfCORATING SERvtCE painting wall papering • inlet'ior exterior RAIPH 55-057l Bonded A licensed a t TV Service {tlvtl miff 1 HILLTOP LOT FOR S\Lf Marinj Highlands no 2 Large lot with exquisite view or Lake Mead $.'M.950. Ownerran Onanre 293 1167 after 5 p m and weekends BC FOR RENT. 3 bdrm. 2 bath, 2 car gar New home. No pets. HM per oM. First, last pins depo. Zt3-4729. after S p.m. AvaiUblenow. AITO BODY MAN NEEDED. Mialmvm esp. ok. Kelly GUss. 4tl •39Z. HANDYMAN NEEDED. Exp. la all phases of remodeling. Kelly CUss Co. Ul 9301 ADVERTISERS | PLEASE PROOF | Your ad the first day j In case an error occurs. The Hendersoti | Home News will asI sume no responsibilj ity aflerthe first dayof publication. Error | claims must be made I immediately. j (-l.\ZIF.It NEEDED Call Kelly (;ia^v Co 451 5153 m H URRY'S MAINHNANCE f Specialiiing In Painting, interioran Hjll llMlf C.iroj Ko/ich Klliin \I lijrrj'ti Boulder Cit' 293I7.S7 LW:M44 .t 4950 29.T 28.19 1 BDRM PLLS, hricli stucco, fireplace, located on Colorado Street. B.C. 546.500 3 BDRM PLUS 4TH Bdrm or Den. with 2 full baths, also 2 car garatje and screened patio. 1300 S.F. of family living. $65.90000 LOVELY 4 Bdrm. 2 Bath Home With extra guest room or studio New carpet beautifully landscaped, auto sprinklers, water softener, carport and covered patio, plus much more Assumable FHA loan, must s $73,500. CORONADOE home on large fr lit trees, adu' aul rt. 12 bedroom mobile Irai-e sheds, many to $46,900 00 HIGH ON THE MOU.NT.MN Below appraisal Master bedroom suite has Jacuzzi and fireplace Must see to fippreciate this luxury home, $125,000 00 NEW LEWIS HOME-4 bedroom. 2 bath, family room Priced right at $82,500. R ARE nND 3 bedrooms. 2 bath home with 16 x 30 pool, plus spa Good terms Only $76,500 HIGHWAY FRO.VTAGE erty. See us for details on propBUILDING LOTS AVAILXBLE M \RINA HIGHLAND ESTATES lot in Marti Place Only $32,000. LAKE MEAD VIEW LOTS ON CUL-DE SAC He duced for quick sale 2 adjoining lots $30,000 each or make ofTer on both. hill. SUBDIVISION 11 One hair acre high on the $28,000. including asseum^nts. GOLF COURSE • Large comer lot. $32,000 RENTALS • We have several executive homes avail able, including new mobile home $500 and up. Wl HAVE BUYEirS WE NEED USTlNOS 31 YEARS nONEERINO REAl ESTAH INBOUIOER CITY I FINE 4 BDRM. Family home with 21 x 24 family room, fireplace, carpet, drapes, range, dishwasher, 2 car garage, fenced, approximately 1770 S ^ trees, x Int buy. $94,500 BEAUTIFUL VIEW, custom home on Golf Courae. 4 bdrm 2 bath, family room, fireplace, sun porch. 2 car garage, auto, sprinklers, professionally decorated, asking $122,900. EXCELLENT IXKATION. older 3 bdrm home. 2 bath, ma lure landscapin)!. 2 fireplaces, one in family room, and 1 in master bedroom, new carpeting $794100 LAKE MEAD VIEW, cutlom 3 bedroom. 2 bath. 2 car garage, sunken living room, workshop, and utility room, central vac uum. cultured $tone fireplace, custom country kitchen, with Jenn Air Range Many other extras $150,000. BEAUTIFUL 4 bdrm 1^ bath, custom decorating, sprinklers, washer k dryer, block wall fencing, fine view. 2 car garage, fireplace, $86,000. NEAR LAKE MEAD New custom 4 bdrm. 2 bath, 2 car garage 1806 sq ft. living space Fireplace, patio. All Electric Auto sprinklers Reduced to $WJM0.OO. BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM Modular home on estate lot 2290 K) ft Garage. 2 bdrm 2 bath Formal dining room Immaculate landscaping Close to airport for the exevuuve pilot or one who wishes a beautiful view. MOBILE HOME FOR SALE: Fleetweed. 12 x M. Real nice iail4e ft eat, wskirting, perch, ft green fenced yd. 2 aheda, AC or Ig. iwanp CMler. Nice large kitchen ft llvla< rm., t bdrn.. 1 bth., pcrck w-2 way steps. Really Htce for adalU. StUtn belc $-$ a.m. Hda. BC GINGEIWOOD PARK, 17I, 14x$ riaaliM. t bdrm, m bath, appi., suiting, awning, dbl. carpert, extras, landMaped. tU-SSM • 2t3 5344. evenlaga. TERRIFIC VIEW, 4 bdrm fireplace, over 2.500.sq ft ,: 2W baths, on 88 acres, fam rm., cargarage. FINECUSTOM BUY. BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM. 3 bdrm ft den, 2 fUll baths, shake roof rec rm 24x24. fireplace, spectacular view, on approx. ^ acre lot. $114,500 00 NEAR GOLF COURSE, Custom 4 bdrm 2 full ft 24 baths, large patio, fam rm. fireplace, approx 3.400 iq ft brick home with excellent view, REAL E.XECUTIVE HOME. WE HAVE CUSTOM HOMES UNDER CONSTRUCTION, All in fine areas, see us for info and prices. FINE AREA. 4 bdrm., 2 bath, family room, large patio, auto sprinklers, custom carpet, over 2.000 sq. ft. liveable. Fine custom buy at $89,500 00 SPECTACULAR CUSTOM, 4 bdrm 2\ baths, approx 3.400 sq ft. fine landscaping, fenced, auto sprinklers, large finished garage, fireplace, fam rm.. 2 large patios SEE US FOR INFO EXCELLENT HOME. 3 bdrm 2 batb;'new carpet ft drapes, covered patio SEE THIS FINE BU,Y AT $48,900.00. IMMACULATE. 4 bdrm 24 bath, lovely landKaping. formal dining rm fenced, 2 car garage, auto sprinklers. GREAT BUY AT $82,000 00 CALL TODAY FOR BUILDING LOT INFO many with views of Lake and Overlooking the Town of Boulder City FINE lAKE MEAD VIEW New custom 3 bdrm, 2 bath, tri-level 2 car garage Cultured stone fireplace, inter-com, microwave oven See this to appreciate. REALTY REALTORS Mis INFORMATION CAIL: 293.323 293.3300 NEW CUSTOM, Lake Mead View. 3 bdm, 2 bath, room. Jenn Air range. 3 car garage, only m,790 family LOTS OF SHADE. Charming older home In excellent area 2 bdrm., 1 bath, basement, maintenance free exterior. Only $97J00 FINE AREA 4 bdrm. 2 bath. fan. rm., 2 car garace, carpet, drapes, all this for only $70^00. BRKK CONSTRUCTION, 6 bdrmi, 2 full baths. 90 x 100 ft lot. 4 block from schools. Remodeled kitchen Approx 3.160 sq ft liveable Reduced to $89.7S0 SEE US FOR COMMERCIAL ft INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY 4, REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE 4 bedroom Villa Del Prado, like new, spacious family home. Immediate occupancy, excellent FHA assumption available SELLER.DESPERATE'" 4 bedroom, family room, large corner lot, auto, sprinklers, excellent neighborhood, assume low interest VA loan. All this for only $7.000 EXQUISITE ELEGANCE Custom slumpstone on Don Vincente Court. Cathedral ceilings, sumptlous master bedroom suite features Jacuzzi tub — His andHers closets Formal living, step down dining area, family room fireplace, quality appliances and workmanship thru-out. ENJOY LIVING TO THE MAXIMUM Beautifiil Laketree townhouse. many extras, luxurious atmosphere End unit provides privacy, a view of Lake Mead and the ma jesttc desert mountains BEAUTIFUL two bedroom home, spacious and well planned, walk in closets You must see this one PRICED TO SELL. DUPLEX WANTED We have qualified buyer GREAT LOCATION Villa Del Prado. 3 bedroom. IV, baths Hurry won't last long TERRIFIC FAMILY HOME 1120 Fuente LIVE HIGH ... on a hilltop overlooking Boulder City. 4 Bedroom custom with den, family room, formal living and dining room. Zoned for horses PICTURE PERFECT Quiet cul de sac location. 3 bedroom, l\ baths, recently carpeted, freshly painted Only $84,750 IMMACULATE 4 bedroom. Hi baths, family room, block wall, RV parking, separate garage. A tull 1790 sq. ft. of living area. EXCELLENT FLOOR PLAN 3 bedroom. 1% baths, family room, 2 car garage, cathedral ceiling, lovely rear yard includes covered patio w Wrought Iron rail, redwood decking and free form swim pool $79,900. OVER 2,000 SQ FT OF SPACIOUS LIVING in this 4 bedroom 24 bath home Block wall, wet bar and fireplace in family room Call for details. IT ALL COMES OUT IN THE WASH, an excellent business opportunity It now available in Boulder City. Minimum amount oftime invested each day will result In positive cash flow Great location with even greater potential Call for information regarding this $$$$$ making business. BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME on one of the subdiviaion II lou we have listed Call for deUils. We have several BUILDING LOTS OVERLOOKING LAKE MEAD Each one unique MOBILE HOMES We have several modestly priced mobile homes, call for information. Janice Crawforti Deanna Keele Rick Shea WR (Winnie Clark)... Pat Shuman Diana Leseberg „, June Hanten 416 Nevada Highway Boulder City, Nevada Phone 283-3232 283-1482 J03-32O6 ^83^2848 ..J834798 ...283-2729 .2834223 i. IKrANTOSN |lit2dlM MertMa and Tmal Deeds JRAWIOZAL 3l2ur ITNOWI CMit 293-1613 G A "Cwrfy • SmifS, Inc. i %t BEST YET MAINTENANCE ^ -HELP WANTED — N..d^.po„,iW. p^U All ,yp ^ Jo„Hori,l Ur^ Commertiol ond ResidMitiol P|os. Call 293-5444 LICENSED CHILD CARE Snack ft hot lunch Infants& up 6 def FMleral spedfiietfOttf ttMi nOfVM • CSttdVMf brkk, Spanish Nie, aoti flews, lotn m rtofter, etc<. wttfi ceMpattble upgrading (air, heatC S car off street porliing) should fill your desire. 47 years old A leaking geod, can you soy the some? NEEDED mature babysitter for 2 children. 330 to 1030 af ternoon 4 days a week. Call 293 1024 BC ELEaRIClANS MILLWRIGHTS /•anMynuin classmen with 4 years minimum experience. Excellent wages & fringe benefits. Industrial heavy duty mechanics may apply as Millwrights. Hourly rates: Electricians, $9.78 hour; Millwrights, $9.56 hour. To schedule an interview call collect..(702) 564-2544. TITANIUM METALS CORP. OF AMERICA PeOe BOX 2128 HENKRSON, NY 89015 M MRMUflVI ACnON IMnOTB M/F -AICOHOIICS ANONYMOUS Open Meeting: Wed., S.OO p.m. POBUC INVITED: _$J Woter Street. JOHNSON'S LAWN SERVICE Will mew bwns, trim, pell weeds, rake aad de any lawn B.C. 1976 MOBILE HOME POR SALE-14x70threebdrm.2 full bath Carpeted, drapes Located In Family Park 293-3700 after 4 B C ACTIVITY ASSISTANT Need fall lime help In activity department. Mast have the ability and Imagination to create activities for different groups needs. Oo%i working eendiliens and beaeflla. Apply between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. Boulder City Care Center. 891 Adams Blvd. BC WANTED: Part lime delivery peraee. Nnal alae be willing te learn ether phases of a Flower Shop. Apply Annie's Flowers, 2 Water St., Hdii POR SALE: Auto transmission ft rear end for Corvair. Gd. Shape. 87S. Harness for team of horses. Heavy rack for shert stepaide picknp. ViALSO: WHI build melercycie trailer, Dane Buggy Trailer, Ireek raeks or small ulll. trailer. Ph. 585-8207. HELEN HERR REALTY Ucenaed Real EsUte Broker 457-4r4 ar evenings: 457-79r Over V, acre hallding lot la Henderson. Misslen Hills EsUte. Water, pewer ft pbane are underground. Custom home next door. Only 817 J99. On excellent terms. 565-7073 WANTED Motel maid, fall time. Apply in person. Sands Motel. 909 Nev. Hwy., Bonlder City. 293-49n. GUITAR LESSONS. 85. Experienced UNLV GniUr teacher. Leeaard Feldman, 497^19. HEBER < We want yee te know we are | most appreciative of the six i years of service yo have given J to our community. Dewitt and Violet Tracht SALE CONTINUES natll seM, nagnavex TV with standw elee. deme hair dryer, GE • oveable clothes dryer, New. Skirts, blouses, aad misc. Items. Calljuytiae.-^ ERA Block Mountain Reolty m Afl you need to kfxiwii Real Estate. w^* f.trh ott{(e indt'()fnden|lv owned ^nd r>nriiori Television and Antenna Specialties of Bewlder City Custom Aniennas lor (he most innewint; jn() listen inEple.nure PH 'J93 497fl OAftAOE SALE iRalphi Gan Shop. 22 years of accumulation of items from A to Z. Saturday and Sunday, 16th and i 17th, from f ajn. to ( p.ni. No pre sales. 824 8th St. Boulder City iBMiga i ii i iii i iii m (APPLICATIONS belBS ikea Ur CHAMBER OP N1IIERCB EiecvUve Di tmt PMIUM. 14t7 Nevada Hlfkwar BMMerCily BD POR SALE • Let •• Cedar Mti. desc te Briaahead, Ut.. Let Na. 1S4, Ralahew Meedew Raaekes. tall A. Call SM-9111 after 4:19 er ea Hdn. WANTED: POI IBNT • Thrae baebeler apt. Iverythlag rara. ISM. a aM. Ph. 199-1711 B.C Bey at -aMer te d MI-9911H4a. least 14 > lawa. POR SALE: 1971 mt firaa Tartae Ml c. lack eag Bitra (leaa. |t)9 • m. CVBTOH WOta, leaa Ifcaa t yean eM la neaMtr CHy, a • ^yaeeat Hav af IflraalMvi Are you living with a Drinking ProblemMT If so, why not try Al Anon Meet ingsareTaes. 10am St Timothy's Episcopal Church Tues. 8pm Club, 51 Water St Wed 730 p.m St Rose de Uau Hosp Por more information, call sa-99a ERA'REALESIATE THE REALTY CENTER HENOERSOIV BRANCH 117 Atlantic St.. Hdn. S65^31 LAS VEGAS 1515 E. Tropicana, No, S50. LV. 7364551 FANTASTK ASSUIMTTION 3 Nrm. home has carpeting ft drapes A 2 car garace. ONLY IH years eld. perfect for farally wbe wants the best. Located in Hendereoa. The price is only |CZ.IS.M. N. 471. Evenings call S4-276S. A POOL, A ViW & YOU Lovely 4 Bdrm,. 1^ Bath and hu a beautifiil pool. Located in Henderson. Pool hat diving hoard and pool sweep. Block wall fence around pool area. A beautiftil view of Lai Vegas and the mounuins. Reduced to ri.300.M. No. SM. Evenings 54-2765. OUR EXCLUSIVE Tklilaa l9ftS colIlM, wUle waU to wall flrplaaoiaiMii Maafi SacrrM.1 Aaaa eta iaa Roaion roiHportati
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[Bender—n Hm Hendmwi'Nevi Tuftdav. JuBf It 1971 —. Hendeitwa Hoin^ M>, n..^ ^^^^^ Tnesday, June 12. If7f" RIALTOM i um ( 111 W. LAO MEAD DL HNDCRMN. NKV. fMIS 54-1553 BUILDER'S SPEHAL 2 Bdrm. Upgraded Townsite on R-4 Lot With plans for three additional units. HORSE PROPERTV 4 Bdrm,, l\ Ba., V, acre Ranch alwve the smog. Beautiful view of Vegas Valley 15 min. to Lake Mead, 30 min. to downtown Las Vegas, 2 blocks from O'Callaghan Park. 5 min. to Black Mtn. Golf Course. VALLEY VIEW 3 Bdrm 1 Bath Family room, air conditioned. Fenced rear yard sprinklers. Neat and Cle^n. BEAUTIFUL VIEW Lot In Custom Home Area. Close to Black Mtn. Country Club. All Utilities Available Wm CAR TRUCK • • I GARCIA COXCRETE CONTRACTOR License 1S333 Bonded SW-9028 WE'RE HERE TO HELP! If there is any way we can aiiist you in the neid of Real Estate. Please don't hesitate to MBtaet tti at Basic Realty. STORAGE ALL TYPES ni BOAT BARN 965-6906 ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS • complete Keivinator line 6000 BTU to 25.000 BTU See them at Ed Harwood'^ Consumer Appliance Co, I18E L.ike Mead inext to 7 11 itort) 564-2210 '76 DATSUN, KlAfl cab, • • ). m%4. DIM. 33-10n. 23-)t74. i-C NEW Custom Home for sale by owner 3 bdrm. 2 bath. 2 car garage, fireplace, walk in pantry 4 large storage area On <^ acre lot Pti SS-0M9 Hdn LOOK YOUR BEST, have a fre. facial with Mary Ka> Cosmetics 293-446 B C MOTEL ROOMS* KITCHENETTES Color tVs. I'tilitiesand Linens WEEKLY Ph Harr>, 451-2445 AARON FINCING Frt EsHmattt Chain link i Wood 20 Yton Exp. St AIS Of fOMOMOW AT DANCE THEATRE WEST HELP WANTED grill person, male, or female, over 21. Weekend work included 2K^18Q1 BC GCNKAl CONTUCTM Vujiltv Work Hemooel — ("ustomv Framint!-Concrete Patlov Etr Lifonscd d (ionded 564.S303 Why go to Las Vegas 'when the best is right here. I Our recital this year is the evenings of June 28 and 29 and we invite you to come see for yourself. ADMISSION FREE. Jaix-Tap'Gymnastkt • 6nd Ballet Sforting 09* 2twp HOUSI K>l SALI ON OOtF CCMWSI. 4 bdrm, } boHi, w kitchen ond bofhrMm. $1IS,000. Owiwr W3-S3M. •C ^ 2933677 i BOtLDEI CITY HONE OWNER sayi "Make an Offpr". on levely 3 bdnn., 2 yr. eld Lewis Rene Ckats qnile cemplete and lecated in presligiout area. ZtS-ZtM. BC Herndon Smith Brvker • • • • • jr FOI KNT: 1 bdrm. mp>. Caipmt, drapes, refrigeroSof, even, gorboge disp*tl, storage rm., coin faroted vahar • dryer. |3U per m*. iMoted ol 3M lastminster, Hdn. ph. 4S1-7742 or 45A4M30. toe rent 1-. 2. 3 bdrm (rail en S30to$0ik call 585 TM3or5fl5 TUrilW I ARE YOU INTERESTED IN I BECOMING A NURSES AID? H so coll BouUcr City Cart Center .-, 293-5)51. WtMrill tram K>l SAlf C^en (09* Any qvarttity up 4,000 lb>. All whita or assertod colored rogt. Call54.32lercnobyS7S W. FOR SALE, ir 4" nSERFORM. deep V. IM HP IHwcary Oatboard, excellent family boat Powerful. Ideal ferflahlnxer skiing $4.v00 flrn 4U Callfernla S(. m-3ttt aAer4 p.m. HA.NDYMA.N Ben DePue will fix it. re do it, add it on. lay it down. You name it. 1 do it 55-748. VAUGHNS ROOFING || All lypet otroeflM' Retlden-^ lial It Commercial Reeemmrndallons Nrntshed. Free eslimiles. Contractors (license: 14Ut. 453ZMC or 4S3-1744 1973 Glasspar and trailer, 17 ^ ft 185 mere cruiser, excel ski and fishing rig, only 127 hrs on this boat If you can find a cleaner rig I'll buy it. 293 3778. MOTORHOME FOR RENT 197926 ft generator and air. fully equiped 293-2891. rOR SALE 1973 FORD LTD pa.sscnger wagon, air cond radio, heater, all power, interior excell. low mileage, below low book. $1275. 293-4517 or 293-S361. BC Your home is your castle^ V\ Try the ^'" HENDERSON PIAZA APTS. 2 BBdrooni • FunL&Unfum. tPool ,\c 730 CentBr St Hda 565-751! Klurs OUSSiMIRROICO.' Complete Glass Services 5700 Boulder Highway 24 Hr .Service 451-S1S3 WANT TO KNOW WHAT YOUl HOUSC IS WORTH? fn* pn^ orty onolyiis. Coll Rofor, Rooltor, Henderson Realty Inc., 293-2151, Ivei. 293-1622, I.e. Wt WANT TO niASi YOU with our multiple tondseopirtg services t pro. care. Coll 5*4-2373 for opp'l. Thonk yew from Shell 1 Son. NEVADA RffAHt We repair Appliances, lawn mower Home Repairs Cooler Repairs > Located in Jack's Rental Center FREE tube paints, linens, wall hangings, for being Hostess at an Artex Party. Call Julie. scs^tssz. Boulder City Custom 4 bdrm.. 24 bth borne in new pretigiousarea. Below appraisal at $125,000 Ph. 29,3 3046 BC HMCterson dtiUCmCwiter Daily HtMf Rrtes St. httt'i Hall, toMu Hwy. T7 Craa Prix for sale. Beantiftil car. Has everything. Will Ukt low book. iU4U4. FREE FILM OR CASH D.ISCOL'NT ON ALL, FI^MS, Primed and developed at VAN S NEVADA DRUG. BOILDER CITV, NV. WANTED Chevy Parts En gines, transmissions, etc Cash or trade Kellv Glass 4515153 DOE.S VOtR BATHROOM MARLiTE NEED REPl.AC ING" Free Eillmales. SM^ttfl Ndn. JE^S nfCORATING SERvtCE painting wall papering • inlet'ior exterior RAIPH 55-057l Bonded A licensed a t TV Service {tlvtl miff 1 HILLTOP LOT FOR S\Lf Marinj Highlands no 2 Large lot with exquisite view or Lake Mead $.'M.950. Ownerran Onanre 293 1167 after 5 p m and weekends BC FOR RENT. 3 bdrm. 2 bath, 2 car gar New home. No pets. HM per oM. First, last pins depo. Zt3-4729. after S p.m. AvaiUblenow. AITO BODY MAN NEEDED. Mialmvm esp. ok. Kelly GUss. 4tl •39Z. HANDYMAN NEEDED. Exp. la all phases of remodeling. Kelly CUss Co. Ul 9301 ADVERTISERS | PLEASE PROOF | Your ad the first day j In case an error occurs. The Hendersoti | Home News will asI sume no responsibilj ity aflerthe first dayof publication. Error | claims must be made I immediately. j (-l.\ZIF.It NEEDED Call Kelly (;ia^v Co 451 5153 m H URRY'S MAINHNANCE f Specialiiing In Painting, interioran Hjll llMlf C.iroj Ko/ich Klliin \I lijrrj'ti Boulder Cit' 293I7.S7 LW:M44 .t 4950 29.T 28.19 1 BDRM PLLS, hricli stucco, fireplace, located on Colorado Street. B.C. 546.500 3 BDRM PLUS 4TH Bdrm or Den. with 2 full baths, also 2 car garatje and screened patio. 1300 S.F. of family living. $65.90000 LOVELY 4 Bdrm. 2 Bath Home With extra guest room or studio New carpet beautifully landscaped, auto sprinklers, water softener, carport and covered patio, plus much more Assumable FHA loan, must s $73,500. CORONADOE home on large fr lit trees, adu' aul rt. 12 bedroom mobile Irai-e sheds, many to $46,900 00 HIGH ON THE MOU.NT.MN Below appraisal Master bedroom suite has Jacuzzi and fireplace Must see to fippreciate this luxury home, $125,000 00 NEW LEWIS HOME-4 bedroom. 2 bath, family room Priced right at $82,500. R ARE nND 3 bedrooms. 2 bath home with 16 x 30 pool, plus spa Good terms Only $76,500 HIGHWAY FRO.VTAGE erty. See us for details on propBUILDING LOTS AVAILXBLE M \RINA HIGHLAND ESTATES lot in Marti Place Only $32,000. LAKE MEAD VIEW LOTS ON CUL-DE SAC He duced for quick sale 2 adjoining lots $30,000 each or make ofTer on both. hill. SUBDIVISION 11 One hair acre high on the $28,000. including asseum^nts. GOLF COURSE • Large comer lot. $32,000 RENTALS • We have several executive homes avail able, including new mobile home $500 and up. Wl HAVE BUYEirS WE NEED USTlNOS 31 YEARS nONEERINO REAl ESTAH INBOUIOER CITY I FINE 4 BDRM. Family home with 21 x 24 family room, fireplace, carpet, drapes, range, dishwasher, 2 car garage, fenced, approximately 1770 S ^ trees, x Int buy. $94,500 BEAUTIFUL VIEW, custom home on Golf Courae. 4 bdrm 2 bath, family room, fireplace, sun porch. 2 car garage, auto, sprinklers, professionally decorated, asking $122,900. EXCELLENT IXKATION. older 3 bdrm home. 2 bath, ma lure landscapin)!. 2 fireplaces, one in family room, and 1 in master bedroom, new carpeting $794100 LAKE MEAD VIEW, cutlom 3 bedroom. 2 bath. 2 car garage, sunken living room, workshop, and utility room, central vac uum. cultured $tone fireplace, custom country kitchen, with Jenn Air Range Many other extras $150,000. BEAUTIFUL 4 bdrm 1^ bath, custom decorating, sprinklers, washer k dryer, block wall fencing, fine view. 2 car garage, fireplace, $86,000. NEAR LAKE MEAD New custom 4 bdrm. 2 bath, 2 car garage 1806 sq ft. living space Fireplace, patio. All Electric Auto sprinklers Reduced to $WJM0.OO. BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM Modular home on estate lot 2290 K) ft Garage. 2 bdrm 2 bath Formal dining room Immaculate landscaping Close to airport for the exevuuve pilot or one who wishes a beautiful view. MOBILE HOME FOR SALE: Fleetweed. 12 x M. Real nice iail4e ft eat, wskirting, perch, ft green fenced yd. 2 aheda, AC or Ig. iwanp CMler. Nice large kitchen ft llvla< rm., t bdrn.. 1 bth., pcrck w-2 way steps. Really Htce for adalU. StUtn belc $-$ a.m. Hda. BC GINGEIWOOD PARK, 17I, 14x$ riaaliM. t bdrm, m bath, appi., suiting, awning, dbl. carpert, extras, landMaped. tU-SSM • 2t3 5344. evenlaga. TERRIFIC VIEW, 4 bdrm fireplace, over 2.500.sq ft ,: 2W baths, on 88 acres, fam rm., cargarage. FINECUSTOM BUY. BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM. 3 bdrm ft den, 2 fUll baths, shake roof rec rm 24x24. fireplace, spectacular view, on approx. ^ acre lot. $114,500 00 NEAR GOLF COURSE, Custom 4 bdrm 2 full ft 24 baths, large patio, fam rm. fireplace, approx 3.400 iq ft brick home with excellent view, REAL E.XECUTIVE HOME. WE HAVE CUSTOM HOMES UNDER CONSTRUCTION, All in fine areas, see us for info and prices. FINE AREA. 4 bdrm., 2 bath, family room, large patio, auto sprinklers, custom carpet, over 2.000 sq. ft. liveable. Fine custom buy at $89,500 00 SPECTACULAR CUSTOM, 4 bdrm 2\ baths, approx 3.400 sq ft. fine landscaping, fenced, auto sprinklers, large finished garage, fireplace, fam rm.. 2 large patios SEE US FOR INFO EXCELLENT HOME. 3 bdrm 2 batb;'new carpet ft drapes, covered patio SEE THIS FINE BU,Y AT $48,900.00. IMMACULATE. 4 bdrm 24 bath, lovely landKaping. formal dining rm fenced, 2 car garage, auto sprinklers. GREAT BUY AT $82,000 00 CALL TODAY FOR BUILDING LOT INFO many with views of Lake and Overlooking the Town of Boulder City FINE lAKE MEAD VIEW New custom 3 bdrm, 2 bath, tri-level 2 car garage Cultured stone fireplace, inter-com, microwave oven See this to appreciate. REALTY REALTORS Mis INFORMATION CAIL: 293.323 293.3300 NEW CUSTOM, Lake Mead View. 3 bdm, 2 bath, room. Jenn Air range. 3 car garage, only m,790 family LOTS OF SHADE. Charming older home In excellent area 2 bdrm., 1 bath, basement, maintenance free exterior. Only $97J00 FINE AREA 4 bdrm. 2 bath. fan. rm., 2 car garace, carpet, drapes, all this for only $70^00. BRKK CONSTRUCTION, 6 bdrmi, 2 full baths. 90 x 100 ft lot. 4 block from schools. Remodeled kitchen Approx 3.160 sq ft liveable Reduced to $89.7S0 SEE US FOR COMMERCIAL ft INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY 4, REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE 4 bedroom Villa Del Prado, like new, spacious family home. Immediate occupancy, excellent FHA assumption available SELLER.DESPERATE'" 4 bedroom, family room, large corner lot, auto, sprinklers, excellent neighborhood, assume low interest VA loan. All this for only $7.000 EXQUISITE ELEGANCE Custom slumpstone on Don Vincente Court. Cathedral ceilings, sumptlous master bedroom suite features Jacuzzi tub — His andHers closets Formal living, step down dining area, family room fireplace, quality appliances and workmanship thru-out. ENJOY LIVING TO THE MAXIMUM Beautifiil Laketree townhouse. many extras, luxurious atmosphere End unit provides privacy, a view of Lake Mead and the ma jesttc desert mountains BEAUTIFUL two bedroom home, spacious and well planned, walk in closets You must see this one PRICED TO SELL. DUPLEX WANTED We have qualified buyer GREAT LOCATION Villa Del Prado. 3 bedroom. IV, baths Hurry won't last long TERRIFIC FAMILY HOME 1120 Fuente LIVE HIGH ... on a hilltop overlooking Boulder City. 4 Bedroom custom with den, family room, formal living and dining room. Zoned for horses PICTURE PERFECT Quiet cul de sac location. 3 bedroom, l\ baths, recently carpeted, freshly painted Only $84,750 IMMACULATE 4 bedroom. Hi baths, family room, block wall, RV parking, separate garage. A tull 1790 sq. ft. of living area. EXCELLENT FLOOR PLAN 3 bedroom. 1% baths, family room, 2 car garage, cathedral ceiling, lovely rear yard includes covered patio w Wrought Iron rail, redwood decking and free form swim pool $79,900. OVER 2,000 SQ FT OF SPACIOUS LIVING in this 4 bedroom 24 bath home Block wall, wet bar and fireplace in family room Call for details. IT ALL COMES OUT IN THE WASH, an excellent business opportunity It now available in Boulder City. Minimum amount oftime invested each day will result In positive cash flow Great location with even greater potential Call for information regarding this $$$$$ making business. BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME on one of the subdiviaion II lou we have listed Call for deUils. We have several BUILDING LOTS OVERLOOKING LAKE MEAD Each one unique MOBILE HOMES We have several modestly priced mobile homes, call for information. Janice Crawforti Deanna Keele Rick Shea WR (Winnie Clark)... Pat Shuman Diana Leseberg „, June Hanten 416 Nevada Highway Boulder City, Nevada Phone 283-3232 283-1482 J03-32O6 ^83^2848 ..J834798 ...283-2729 .2834223 i. IKrANTOSN |lit2dlM MertMa and Tmal Deeds JRAWIOZAL 3l2ur ITNOWI CMit 293-1613 G A "Cwrfy • SmifS, Inc. i %t BEST YET MAINTENANCE ^ -HELP WANTED — N..d^.po„,iW. p^U All ,yp ^ Jo„Hori,l Ur^ Commertiol ond ResidMitiol P|os. Call 293-5444 LICENSED CHILD CARE Snack ft hot lunch Infants& up 6 def FMleral spedfiietfOttf ttMi nOfVM • CSttdVMf brkk, Spanish Nie, aoti flews, lotn m rtofter, etc<. wttfi ceMpattble upgrading (air, heatC S car off street porliing) should fill your desire. 47 years old A leaking geod, can you soy the some? NEEDED mature babysitter for 2 children. 330 to 1030 af ternoon 4 days a week. Call 293 1024 BC ELEaRIClANS MILLWRIGHTS /•anMynuin classmen with 4 years minimum experience. Excellent wages & fringe benefits. Industrial heavy duty mechanics may apply as Millwrights. Hourly rates: Electricians, $9.78 hour; Millwrights, $9.56 hour. To schedule an interview call collect..(702) 564-2544. TITANIUM METALS CORP. OF AMERICA PeOe BOX 2128 HENKRSON, NY 89015 M MRMUflVI ACnON IMnOTB M/F -AICOHOIICS ANONYMOUS Open Meeting: Wed., S.OO p.m. POBUC INVITED: _$J Woter Street. JOHNSON'S LAWN SERVICE Will mew bwns, trim, pell weeds, rake aad de any lawn B.C. 1976 MOBILE HOME POR SALE-14x70threebdrm.2 full bath Carpeted, drapes Located In Family Park 293-3700 after 4 B C ACTIVITY ASSISTANT Need fall lime help In activity department. Mast have the ability and Imagination to create activities for different groups needs. Oo%i working eendiliens and beaeflla. Apply between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. Boulder City Care Center. 891 Adams Blvd. BC WANTED: Part lime delivery peraee. Nnal alae be willing te learn ether phases of a Flower Shop. Apply Annie's Flowers, 2 Water St., Hdii POR SALE: Auto transmission ft rear end for Corvair. Gd. Shape. 87S. Harness for team of horses. Heavy rack for shert stepaide picknp. ViALSO: WHI build melercycie trailer, Dane Buggy Trailer, Ireek raeks or small ulll. trailer. Ph. 585-8207. HELEN HERR REALTY Ucenaed Real EsUte Broker 457-4r4 ar evenings: 457-79r Over V, acre hallding lot la Henderson. Misslen Hills EsUte. Water, pewer ft pbane are underground. Custom home next door. Only 817 J99. On excellent terms. 565-7073 WANTED Motel maid, fall time. Apply in person. Sands Motel. 909 Nev. Hwy., Bonlder City. 293-49n. GUITAR LESSONS. 85. Experienced UNLV GniUr teacher. Leeaard Feldman, 497^19. HEBER < We want yee te know we are | most appreciative of the six i years of service yo have given J to our community. Dewitt and Violet Tracht SALE CONTINUES natll seM, nagnavex TV with standw elee. deme hair dryer, GE • oveable clothes dryer, New. Skirts, blouses, aad misc. Items. Calljuytiae.-^ ERA Block Mountain Reolty m Afl you need to kfxiwii Real Estate. w^* f.trh ott{(e indt'()fnden|lv owned ^nd r>nriiori Television and Antenna Specialties of Bewlder City Custom Aniennas lor (he most innewint; jn() listen inEple.nure PH 'J93 497fl OAftAOE SALE iRalphi Gan Shop. 22 years of accumulation of items from A to Z. Saturday and Sunday, 16th and i 17th, from f ajn. to ( p.ni. No pre sales. 824 8th St. Boulder City iBMiga i ii i iii i iii m (APPLICATIONS belBS ikea Ur CHAMBER OP N1IIERCB EiecvUve Di tmt PMIUM. 14t7 Nevada Hlfkwar BMMerCily BD POR SALE • Let •• Cedar Mti. desc te Briaahead, Ut.. Let Na. 1S4, Ralahew Meedew Raaekes. tall A. Call SM-9111 after 4:19 er ea Hdn. WANTED: POI IBNT • Thrae baebeler apt. Iverythlag rara. ISM. a aM. Ph. 199-1711 B.C Bey at -aMer te d MI-9911H4a. least 14 > lawa. POR SALE: 1971 mt firaa Tartae Ml c. lack eag Bitra (leaa. |t)9 • m. CVBTOH WOta, leaa Ifcaa t yean eM la neaMtr CHy, a • ^yaeeat Hav af IflraalMvi Are you living with a Drinking ProblemMT If so, why not try Al Anon Meet ingsareTaes. 10am St Timothy's Episcopal Church Tues. 8pm Club, 51 Water St Wed 730 p.m St Rose de Uau Hosp Por more information, call sa-99a ERA'REALESIATE THE REALTY CENTER HENOERSOIV BRANCH 117 Atlantic St.. Hdn. S65^31 LAS VEGAS 1515 E. Tropicana, No, S50. LV. 7364551 FANTASTK ASSUIMTTION 3 Nrm. home has carpeting ft drapes A 2 car garace. ONLY IH years eld. perfect for farally wbe wants the best. Located in Hendereoa. The price is only |CZ.IS.M. N. 471. Evenings call S4-276S. A POOL, A ViW & YOU Lovely 4 Bdrm,. 1^ Bath and hu a beautifiil pool. Located in Henderson. Pool hat diving hoard and pool sweep. Block wall fence around pool area. A beautiftil view of Lai Vegas and the mounuins. Reduced to ri.300.M. No. SM. Evenings 54-2765. OUR EXCLUSIVE Tklilaa l9ftS colIlM, wUle waU to wall flrplaaoiaiMii Maafi SacrrM.1 Aaaa eta iaa Roaion roiHportati
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T^ ••' • • €, • % i i •' • • • • • *— • -4r *•-• i^Bi i' • fc-# Benders*!! Home News, Henderson, Nevada Tueiday, June 12, IfTi '##.-'*-V#f TEDDY S KITtNCMETTCS jNtl briai yeir leMbbraik" ZS3I7U • • yMe kai ri^ IIHIC*** DM Mlcrfeuteallttt-IIM. sale in ADULT PARK 12 X 60 Mobile Home AC. 3 bdrm IH bath 565-8172 after 3. -f • i. I BLACKMOUNTAIN PLUMBING WilNICNMU WIKIDS a NOllMTS. LOW lATIS • SEWER t DRAIN LINES CLEANED • '> FAUCETS • GARBAGE DISPOSALS • ^ NEW t--|XTuHEb INSTALLED •/ %] .. ;^ ill aprv Ml till indiiiliMl SIH,-). p.r inn t .ill ,-),VH.-).l wckd.ix ini)iniiiu>. ."iti.'i %i(l iilhct liniis oodiw* *>iim\ MOSSEirS I MASONRY I Mason CamxHaW^ A Ij lie Na 14768 U WK • -M tcasaacss ^ ASSUMAkl ^ aoe MIC ISON ^^^j HONE FOR SALE BY OWNER, Golf Conrse. 4 bdrm. 2 baths, ceramic tile in kitchen and hathroomt. 3 car garage. fireplace, covered patio, beaulifnl view. tUS.tOO. 2t}-S3I0, B.C. WantH: Swing shift desk clerk. Apply at Lake Mead Beit Western Motel, Uke Mead A Water St. Henderson. TRAINEE WITH SOME DE TAIL BOOKKEEPING training or experience, part time, flexible hours, own transportation, apply, WESTWORLD, 904 1311. WOMEN, men. who are seeking a career in counseling, selling and management Best training provided with a liberal starting salary, group medi cal, established clients, special vacation allowances and other benefits. Career information available. Call Prudential Insurance Company Jesse Pelley CLU 73$-S3S. GARAGES All steel Garco buildings, erect them your self 24(24' with 1('(7' over head door opening, t2,SO0 24 30' with ll'xr overhead door opening, t2.SO0. Imperial Conslmclion, phone 87 imI mediately Barmaid needed Apply Drug .Store Tavern 504-3100. B.C. • 2 BDRM, 2 BATH BY OWNER. 30pMlapa, privacy wall, built • in saana. fireplace. 20x30 patio, npgraded throughout, approx. $81,000 293 3024 Eves GRAPEFRUIT P^AN WITH DIADAX, eat satisfying meals and lose weight, now extra strength formula. NEVADA DRUG.. BC VOI WMKIT WEtXirr No ml) 10 Mn.ill KfMrtenli.il or rommtMcul 293 5484 or 29.14284 BC DANNEBERGERv PLUMBING & HEATING •CONTRACTING •NEW CONSTRUCTION •RESIDENTIAL •COMMERCIAL REAIIOfifLING 24 HOUR SERVICE CALLS • 7 DAYS A WEEK 565-803S • 315 WATER ST., NDN LI bleck from sckool aqj church. 2034274 ^ f GENERAL LABORERS SUrting rate $4. an kr. Will train for factory wor)^:Companv heneflts Call ifpt50l An Equal Opportl^|Uy Employer. jt* Two bdrm unf apl for rent. No pels $290 pe-mo Call 203-4239 IN HENDERSON 2 bdrm apt,. I hath for Rent,'1270 per mo. plusutil ph 876S00Safter7 pm TOP EARNINGS We need assistance In evaluating short stories submitted by amateurauthors throughout the state. No oxpreience neee^j^ry. Free training proviiM at home. salary 04.87 per'hrwork at home. For conyjete incofTmalion send printed name and address to Associated Writers Guild, ipc P.O Box 815 B, Heatfehta. Ntv. •toil •*""' catc FREE to good bme 4 cuddly kittens. J^OOI FOR SALE iro Fm S T Van. Recently rebaii4 eng 240. 8 cyl, good gas mileage, ANFN track, nentlliarpet and paiat, 81166 Pk. l4-7aiO, Jl ST THE PLACE FOR YOUR FAMILY TO CALL HOME • This 3 bedroom home with a used brirk fireplace in the livingroom r.ood ."iized familyroom and large fenced yard Call us today to see this lovely home 56+2515 MAKE US AN OFFER Owners have lefl town You ran take advantage of their large .3bedrooni. W bath, frame stucco home in Section 27 All the dmenities you'll want Vacant and ready for immediate occupancy A home that i.s dway from it all dnd one that possesses a super view MOBVLE HOME PALACE \ vaeant beautiful mobile boiie on a large site and rePEWRITER RE PMR'MeOl E Sahara. Las Vegas 735 7325 Our spe cialty. used, rebuilt typewriters Satisfaction guaranteed ^ NEED A CAR' New in town' Old in Town' No credit' .Short time on the >ob' Only SIOO. $200. $300 or $400 down' Need an Automobile to i!et around' Contact us We iipprove our own con liiicts Instant delivery. We Hill pickyoA upA bring you In out car lot Just tele phone .^64 5909 Nevada \ulo Sales 1813 N, BIdr Hwv Henderson. Nev One l>lock south of Sunset Blvd & RIdr Hwv v FOR RENT ... HENDERSON BrafTd new 3 A 4 hdrm. homes. Nice nelghhorlMod, near part Some with Las Vegas A Mtn. Views. 1450. per mo. A up. Furnished homes availahle. GREAT NEVADA PROPERTIES REALTORS 564-2878 385-1033 JENSEN'S REALTY J19 WAT ST, 'S*^'*'^ H!NDMSON,NV, 89015 D. "JIM" JENSEN •ROKER • 564-3333 SPECIAL Of THE WEEK BEAl TIFl'L 4 BDRM.. 2 BATH HOME IN SBC TION r. Spacious ensloni hailt hooM with many exclusive featnros. Corral for Horses. Bxqaisite fireplace, huge family room, housewife's dream ^ for a kitchen and much, much more. AiUoining acre may be purchased to make this a one acre ranch. CALL JIM 884-3338 SPACIOUS 4 BEDROOM right on golf courte! Many buittins 2 fireplaces, 4 bedrooms, 2900 sq. ft. of { gpicious living. CH Alice for details.,.. _. 984-3333 I 3,000SQ FT STORE TOR LEASE in newly remodeled Shopping Center Call 564-3333 for more information. LOOKING FOR A SOUND INVESTMENT? See JO iim*, Pahrump. POK A GEM OF A BARGAIN, LOOK AT 5 Acr** ID Pamdise Hills. i. VALLEY VIEW HOME 3 Bdrm W Bath very neat and I cUan. Excellant buy, good home for a family. Call Alice. I S^RCHLIGHT PROPERTY AVAILABLE Comroer' cia1 and residential lots. 1 Call Al WrTOOi • t POPULAR HIGHLAND HILLS MODEL 3 bdrm, W balb. Nice family home Large yard with fenced rear I ti^ tides Big country kitchen, Hreplace, carpets, drapes and much more. |C4TAI 564-3333 CUSTOM HOME ON HIGHUND DRIVE It naariBf completion, built Just right for you Many extra fiatnres. Call Randy. CUSTOM HOME IN SECTION H 2392 Sq. Ft for |8b,300 This buy won't last long. Call Alice 964-3333 WE HAVE SEVER \L LAS VEGAS USTIN08 If you art Interested, please give ut a call. Off N MONDAY TNIU SATUIOAY 9:00 AJL TO 4:00 PJM. ATfER HOUIS CAli JIM JENSEN 989-8877 SITE BLAIR „ 98M4I0 ALICE FIFE : J84-IM3 RA*NDY WOOTTON SCMt23 JACK SEIDEMAN 87l-r726 AL LcFRANCOIS 364^2722 PAULGARGIS _.„ 98^871 X\ LOOKING FOR WORK V HENDERSON JOB SIRVKE 119 WATER ST. Offers NOfC Placements In a Variety of Jobs PROFESSIONAL • TECHNICAL A • CLERIC'Vl SERVICE SALES • OFYOUR • ^"^'^^^ '^ '>r FULL* X PART TIME STATE OF NEVADA EMPLOVMENT SECURITY DEPARTMENT (ESD) OTHER ESD OFFICES AT: 135S,8th, L.V, 2071L.V, Blvd.NcN.L.V. ^OStCjfj^ Rosecrest Cabinets, Inc. HENDERSON, NEVADA Ciistoiii Kitchens 565-7472 FAPERIENCED FOOD WAITRESS W-NNTED Tray service exp For swing shift at Nick's Supper Club \pplvinpersonrrom2 5 Nu phone c.ills Hdn MISIC I.ES,SON.S In your home. Piano. Organ, Guitar, Ban)o. Mandolin. College .\ecredited Teacher. Ph. S64-125S or S64-3717, l.(M)KINt;TOHtV \HOMF.IN BOl IMIKH flTY' See Hen der^on Hriiltv ad or cull LOOKING FOR A BUSINESS location in Henderson or Boulder .\rea in busy Intersection w-large window display. For used appliances. Call 642-4660 in Las Vegas. Or 648-6210 64MM2. LAWNS MOWED Young man experienced in yard work has mower, edger, and weed eater. Wants to take care of your yard Call 293 1622 morrfU B" ffl wi*s fit ua VALLEY VIEW AREA 3 B4m.. I Bah. Block wall ia rear afforda complete privacy. A well-kepi, well-constrnrtrd homr with ',^mlly room and fireplace. Covered carport a ndrovrrrd patio. Please call for appt. SECTION IIBeantiful half-Kre one hlock from Black Mtn Golf CMrsc. This lot hit all ulllllies aad ready to build or •waer will build U suit. Comer lot with paitoramic view. MUST SEE TO BELIEVE This cwmpietely remodeled and • pgra44 Valley View home. Four bdrms., W bath, 2 car prage with genie. Breakfast room, dining room. Completely feucc4 corner lot. TWO BDRM. HOME On Cul de Sac. with addilional lol aalUhle for bidg. This well kept home hat 14 baths. 2 car garage and 2 car carport, BUILDING LOT In Valencia County, New Mexico. Near • ew developmeBts. BOULDER HIGHWAY FRONTAGE 429 feel on Boulder Highway. This C-2 Property conUins S 87 acres with paint and body shop, quonset hut and office. Ideal for automobile deaierakip. Call tt complete dcUllt. HOME OF VOLR DREAMS Located in Section 18. This heautifWI house is on 4 acre and features 3 bdrms., 1^ baths pins 2 car garage. Separate formal dining room, large master bdrm. Too many amenities to list. Please call for appt. VEGAS TOWNHOUSETwo bdrm.. I hath. Professionally decorated and landscaped. SECTION 27 Three bdrm., 2 full baths, 2 car garage on 'i acre. Separate family and dining rooms Bay window in for mal dining room and large covered patio. MOBIIJ: HOME bdrm. 1^ bath fenced. '.^jUXar, rson Trailer Estates. 2 shade trees. Completely MOVE TO PEACE QUIET ~ In Mission Hllli. Situated on one acre and offera 3 bdrm., 2 baths k 2 car garage. Garage is completely flnlsbed and ready to convert. Covered front porch with beautiful view of Vegas Valley. SECTION 4 m acre with all utilities and ready to baild on. Tkis lt II level with heautlfhl panoramic view, PITTMAN R-4 property. letilSS lot with 3 hdrm., 2 hath home now under constrection. BRING YOUR HORSES To tills cnstom home In Sectloi 27 Jnsi some of the features arc: 88r basement, sunken tub In • aalor hdrm., waterfall in living room, wronght Iron suircaac to sundeck. Call Morrtll fer fUrtker Inl^ "MoiTtH RMlty is i HovstsoM Won!" EVALYN MORREU BROKER Peg Cole Barbara McNair Millie Potter Chuck Trueworthy. Mac McCuiry David A. Crine ...564-1754 ..203-4274 .56^0663 .964-1013 ..5-900S .965^095 42 WATER ST., HINDIRSON, NEVADA 565-M16 6000 TAX unm Off In the Joskua Tree Forest. NO SMOG Hardly any tralllc. Scenery exceptional • honest neighbors Ideal for couple K single. Real Country living Trailer lAngelus older model) on 1^, acre of land. 1 Bdrm., Liv. rm., Front kltck., full bath k shower, slor ihed, fenced front yd., LOW TAXES • Animals ok (Even a horse). Lake Mehave Ranches (Dolan Springs, AZ.) 118,188 riirn.;l8J96 unf For more info. Call: Days (682) 7(7-3305 or Eves (682) 7(7-3648 MURRAY BULOCRS Bonded Uc. No. 1S084 Patio covers, Room Additions, Remodel, New Construction. "If In a Hurry, Call MURRAY" 283-3100 FOR RENT Kitchenettes. 122. wk. Utilities paid Shad^ Rest Motel. S6S-7(88. L\WN AND Y\RD MMNTA N \NCE • sprinkler repair. 29.1-4953 BC *; NEED BABYSITTER FOR summer. Good with children, responsible and dependable 7 a.m. to S:30 p.m. Mon thru Thur Prefer High School girl. 293 4527 after 6 p.m. or 7371010. Days. NEVADA INN it now taking application for mature maid 203-2044 BC FOR R£NT, brand new 3 bdrm, 2 bath Lewis Home in B.C. 4S17832. MAlCOtM OlOROf Parapsychologist Now residing in Las Vegas i From California 30S-SSI1 Suite 219 FREE FILM OR CASH DISCOUNT ON ALL FILMS. Printed and developed tt VAN S NEVADA DRUG, BOULDER CITY,,NV. P\RT TIME OR FUI.L TIME WORK Be your own boss Work your own hours Have your own Fuller bru.sh route $6 to $8 per hour startini; 8780254 3 bdrm., 2/ull baths. Carpeting, drapes. Desert landscaping. M2,900. 47 Constilullon. Ph. S6S-841S. WANTID: hobysilting, my homo. Ages 3 mo. S yrs. Coll Mary. S64-2373. UNFURNISHED APARTMENT FOR RENT, 2 bdrm., 1 bath, Ave. B $315 mo. Call Greg Ugan. 736^888 or 4881592 or 45M33/. 1972 Chevy Vega Sta. Wgn. AM-FM radio, air, good tires. Engine smokes. Best Offer. 564-5853. LOST — BUCK POODLE Standard Size — Male — White whiskers L. Kesterson — Call 564-1881 or 565-7164 SHAKLEE DISTRIBUTOR ,\LSO Vitamins & Household Products 565-7155 WANTED TO RENT, 2 car garage by the month. Call 283-5333 after ( p.m. BABYSITTING DAYS MY HOME. Any age. 565-5170. Highland Hills Area. F08 SAIE, ID ft. camper shell, $200, fits vi^ido pickup hod, 293-4478. 8.C. HOUSEKEEPER WANTEDtop wages, 1 day per week. Cleaning, washing, ironing, for two adults Call 2(3 2323, Leave name and phone number. BC FOR RENT 4 bdrm, 2 bath, custom, 1 yr. old home. $550 mo. 1st, last, $150 depo.. Block wall, no pets. 293-4630 BC FOR SALE, l6fi MusUng, very Kood rond. 3 speed trans, with low mileage, msk* offer 2(3 2208. BC FOR RENT. 2 bdrm apartment, adults, no pets. Call 293-3185 after 1 p.m. BC 12 X 44 Mobile Home 1 bdrm. awning, skirting, shed. Boulder City Park, adults only. $8,000 For info call • 293-4344 BC UNF HOUSE in B C for rent. 3 bdrm 2 bth. drapes, new Lewis Home. Stove, ref $500 mo. Call Nick. 736 8960. HOME FOR SALE: 3 bdrm. 2 bath, nice neighborhood. Immed. available 74 percent FHA loan. Principals only. 293-3843. BC r ZIKE'S HENDERSON HXACO Electronic Tune-ups Tires Batteries Air Conditioning Balancing Brakes Shocks Radiators MECHANIC ON Dl'TY 7 DAYS •FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY 565-0220 3 E, Uke Mead & Water, Hdn. H >T ViriV. iiVV p • • "^ ACUPUNCTURE Arthritis, bursilis. migraine, asthma, allergy, strske, sciatica, sinus, gout, prostate 73S-7242. FOR SALE USED PONTOON BO.\T 28 FOOT, rebuilt with new factory' made aluminum pontoons: twin 35s, completely fenced for safety; shade top for sleeping, diving. See at Weekender Boat Shop on Boulder Highwav. Henderson. $4,000 C.\SH. Private owner. .Ask Bill Reynolds about it. 1 DESERT MASONRY Lici'iise No. 15534. Bonded. Quality Masonry, residential and commercial Oil, PHILLIPS [ I RAMO&TV I I EXPERT SERVICE I I ..ALLM.\KES .,2 & MODELS I BOULDER CITY CONDO (new) for rent. 2 bdrm., 2 bath, laundry room, carpet, drape. appl. carport, fireplace. $425 mo. flrsl, last $200 sec. depo. Call 293-4431. FOR RENT WITH OPTION 2 story 4 bdrm, 24 bath. Block wall, fully landscaped. $675 mo. $200 mo. refundable if bought. 2*3-1562 or 735-0545. Wayne FMC sweeper. Model 876. Like New Make offer. Ph. 876-8550 KELVIN XTOR REFRIGERXTORS. washers, dryers, ranges, freezers. Room air cond. disposals Ed Harwood s Consumer \ppliance Co. 118 E L.ike Mead (next to 7 11 slorci 564 2210 WANTED Janitorial person. Must apply in person at Best Western Lake Mead Motel 85 Uke Mead l)r 564 1712 Do-It-"^^. Yourself^: Projects III CrtKhet A Rose Bouquet ill Authorized Warranty Stotion For All Eureka Vocoums "We Service All Makes As Service Is Our Name" 50% MQBE SUCTION rawni I • X gl BILL MERRELL'Sl I ""^TV I APPUANaa j t .STORE HOURS: 9:00 TO 6:00 DAILY SALES & SERVICE 133 WATER ST. HENDERSON. NV PH. 565-8798 COLOR TV STEREOi RCil SALES & SERVICE 2 W P.\CIFIC564-2870 CUSTOM 4 80RM. 2 8ATH ACROSS FROM GOIF COURSE, CORNER lot, many • • trot Priced for quick sole. (84,900. 293-4630. 8.0, KEWARD offered for return of (Kilii engagement ring lost at 711 on Lake Mead Sentimental value Ph 565-7777. WANTED Male Siamese Perrett for stud Will get pick of litter. Ph. 565-7650. Hdn. tnfflBnsSS tttffi^otSffiffiftttffittttfflytt-ftttfflFflpffiiBjB^ REALTORS 125W. LakeMWadOr., Htrtdonon. Nevada • 565-8947* Following instructions in Monsanlo't yarn booklet, "Great Yarn Ideas for Everyone," crocheters can create a bouquet of colorful rotes. Ttiit it one of nine pro)ecta for all ages and all skills to make and enjoy The items are ideal for gift-giving and fund raiting, too. Copies arc available for 25< and a buainem-siw stamped, selfaddressed envelope from Monsanto Textiles Company. 1114 Avenue of the Antencat, New York. NY 10036 BIGGER IS BETTER If you've outgrown your present home — here's 3200 square feet of sensational livinK in this 3 bedroom, 3 bath home .\n exceptional home at an exceptional price. $30.00 a square foot. Evenings 564-2332. RANCH ESTATE On 14 acres hiRh in the foothills overlooking Vegas Valley Over 3100 square feet of living area. Top quality construction, plus many outstanding features. Evenings 564-2332 NE.\T&TIDV ^nd freshly painted too: Check into this two bedroom home with central air today for only $35,000 Great assumption' Evenings 564-2332 COMMERCIAL PROPERTY Frontage on Boulder Hmhway Close to Basic. Call for mortin formation Eves 56,5 6897 ~ SECTION 4 WithS1-acrelotswithbeaut iful view of the entire Vegas Valley. Eves 565-6897 SUPER TERMS On good investment property in Paradise Hills and Pahrump Eves Call 565 9453. CALL FOR FREE MARKET ANALYSIS OF YOUR HOME. Vivian Enckson, Broker Jerry Bergemeyer Diane Barlow 5M.tJ;'2 Kathenne Mitchell 565-8887 James Smalley_ 564-Mlii ^ngelo Rivers V&\ifr John Woodruff 29.1 Mf>2 ffiff^ti gftftft MMB? gaMBnE H B M B n BMBMBt MMB ftttttflMB ftCft ^A --•I

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T^ ••' • • €, • % i i •' • • • • • *— • -4r *•-• i^Bi i' • fc-# Benders*!! Home News, Henderson, Nevada Tueiday, June 12, IfTi '##.-'*-V#f TEDDY S KITtNCMETTCS jNtl briai yeir leMbbraik" ZS3I7U • • yMe kai ri^ IIHIC*** DM Mlcrfeuteallttt-IIM. sale in ADULT PARK 12 X 60 Mobile Home AC. 3 bdrm IH bath 565-8172 after 3. -f • i. I BLACKMOUNTAIN PLUMBING WilNICNMU WIKIDS a NOllMTS. LOW lATIS • SEWER t DRAIN LINES CLEANED • '> FAUCETS • GARBAGE DISPOSALS • ^ NEW t--|XTuHEb INSTALLED •/ %] .. ;^ ill aprv Ml till indiiiliMl SIH,-). p.r inn t .ill ,-),VH.-).l wckd.ix ini)iniiiu>. ."iti.'i %i(l iilhct liniis oodiw* *>iim\ MOSSEirS I MASONRY I Mason CamxHaW^ A Ij lie Na 14768 U WK • -M tcasaacss ^ ASSUMAkl ^ aoe MIC ISON ^^^j HONE FOR SALE BY OWNER, Golf Conrse. 4 bdrm. 2 baths, ceramic tile in kitchen and hathroomt. 3 car garage. fireplace, covered patio, beaulifnl view. tUS.tOO. 2t}-S3I0, B.C. WantH: Swing shift desk clerk. Apply at Lake Mead Beit Western Motel, Uke Mead A Water St. Henderson. TRAINEE WITH SOME DE TAIL BOOKKEEPING training or experience, part time, flexible hours, own transportation, apply, WESTWORLD, 904 1311. WOMEN, men. who are seeking a career in counseling, selling and management Best training provided with a liberal starting salary, group medi cal, established clients, special vacation allowances and other benefits. Career information available. Call Prudential Insurance Company Jesse Pelley CLU 73$-S3S. GARAGES All steel Garco buildings, erect them your self 24(24' with 1('(7' over head door opening, t2,SO0 24 30' with ll'xr overhead door opening, t2.SO0. Imperial Conslmclion, phone 87 imI mediately Barmaid needed Apply Drug .Store Tavern 504-3100. B.C. • 2 BDRM, 2 BATH BY OWNER. 30pMlapa, privacy wall, built • in saana. fireplace. 20x30 patio, npgraded throughout, approx. $81,000 293 3024 Eves GRAPEFRUIT P^AN WITH DIADAX, eat satisfying meals and lose weight, now extra strength formula. NEVADA DRUG.. BC VOI WMKIT WEtXirr No ml) 10 Mn.ill KfMrtenli.il or rommtMcul 293 5484 or 29.14284 BC DANNEBERGERv PLUMBING & HEATING •CONTRACTING •NEW CONSTRUCTION •RESIDENTIAL •COMMERCIAL REAIIOfifLING 24 HOUR SERVICE CALLS • 7 DAYS A WEEK 565-803S • 315 WATER ST., NDN LI bleck from sckool aqj church. 2034274 ^ f GENERAL LABORERS SUrting rate $4. an kr. Will train for factory wor)^:Companv heneflts Call ifpt50l An Equal Opportl^|Uy Employer. jt* Two bdrm unf apl for rent. No pels $290 pe-mo Call 203-4239 IN HENDERSON 2 bdrm apt,. I hath for Rent,'1270 per mo. plusutil ph 876S00Safter7 pm TOP EARNINGS We need assistance In evaluating short stories submitted by amateurauthors throughout the state. No oxpreience neee^j^ry. Free training proviiM at home. salary 04.87 per'hrwork at home. For conyjete incofTmalion send printed name and address to Associated Writers Guild, ipc P.O Box 815 B, Heatfehta. Ntv. •toil •*""' catc FREE to good bme 4 cuddly kittens. J^OOI FOR SALE iro Fm S T Van. Recently rebaii4 eng 240. 8 cyl, good gas mileage, ANFN track, nentlliarpet and paiat, 81166 Pk. l4-7aiO, Jl ST THE PLACE FOR YOUR FAMILY TO CALL HOME • This 3 bedroom home with a used brirk fireplace in the livingroom r.ood ."iized familyroom and large fenced yard Call us today to see this lovely home 56+2515 MAKE US AN OFFER Owners have lefl town You ran take advantage of their large .3bedrooni. W bath, frame stucco home in Section 27 All the dmenities you'll want Vacant and ready for immediate occupancy A home that i.s dway from it all dnd one that possesses a super view MOBVLE HOME PALACE \ vaeant beautiful mobile boiie on a large site and rePEWRITER RE PMR'MeOl E Sahara. Las Vegas 735 7325 Our spe cialty. used, rebuilt typewriters Satisfaction guaranteed ^ NEED A CAR' New in town' Old in Town' No credit' .Short time on the >ob' Only SIOO. $200. $300 or $400 down' Need an Automobile to i!et around' Contact us We iipprove our own con liiicts Instant delivery. We Hill pickyoA upA bring you In out car lot Just tele phone .^64 5909 Nevada \ulo Sales 1813 N, BIdr Hwv Henderson. Nev One l>lock south of Sunset Blvd & RIdr Hwv v FOR RENT ... HENDERSON BrafTd new 3 A 4 hdrm. homes. Nice nelghhorlMod, near part Some with Las Vegas A Mtn. Views. 1450. per mo. A up. Furnished homes availahle. GREAT NEVADA PROPERTIES REALTORS 564-2878 385-1033 JENSEN'S REALTY J19 WAT ST, 'S*^'*'^ H!NDMSON,NV, 89015 D. "JIM" JENSEN •ROKER • 564-3333 SPECIAL Of THE WEEK BEAl TIFl'L 4 BDRM.. 2 BATH HOME IN SBC TION r. Spacious ensloni hailt hooM with many exclusive featnros. Corral for Horses. Bxqaisite fireplace, huge family room, housewife's dream ^ for a kitchen and much, much more. AiUoining acre may be purchased to make this a one acre ranch. CALL JIM 884-3338 SPACIOUS 4 BEDROOM right on golf courte! Many buittins 2 fireplaces, 4 bedrooms, 2900 sq. ft. of { gpicious living. CH Alice for details.,.. _. 984-3333 I 3,000SQ FT STORE TOR LEASE in newly remodeled Shopping Center Call 564-3333 for more information. LOOKING FOR A SOUND INVESTMENT? See JO iim*, Pahrump. POK A GEM OF A BARGAIN, LOOK AT 5 Acr** ID Pamdise Hills. i. VALLEY VIEW HOME 3 Bdrm W Bath very neat and I cUan. Excellant buy, good home for a family. Call Alice. I S^RCHLIGHT PROPERTY AVAILABLE Comroer' cia1 and residential lots. 1 Call Al WrTOOi • t POPULAR HIGHLAND HILLS MODEL 3 bdrm, W balb. Nice family home Large yard with fenced rear I ti^ tides Big country kitchen, Hreplace, carpets, drapes and much more. |C4TAI 564-3333 CUSTOM HOME ON HIGHUND DRIVE It naariBf completion, built Just right for you Many extra fiatnres. Call Randy. CUSTOM HOME IN SECTION H 2392 Sq. Ft for |8b,300 This buy won't last long. Call Alice 964-3333 WE HAVE SEVER \L LAS VEGAS USTIN08 If you art Interested, please give ut a call. Off N MONDAY TNIU SATUIOAY 9:00 AJL TO 4:00 PJM. ATfER HOUIS CAli JIM JENSEN 989-8877 SITE BLAIR „ 98M4I0 ALICE FIFE : J84-IM3 RA*NDY WOOTTON SCMt23 JACK SEIDEMAN 87l-r726 AL LcFRANCOIS 364^2722 PAULGARGIS _.„ 98^871 X\ LOOKING FOR WORK V HENDERSON JOB SIRVKE 119 WATER ST. Offers NOfC Placements In a Variety of Jobs PROFESSIONAL • TECHNICAL A • CLERIC'Vl SERVICE SALES • OFYOUR • ^"^'^^^ '^ '>r FULL* X PART TIME STATE OF NEVADA EMPLOVMENT SECURITY DEPARTMENT (ESD) OTHER ESD OFFICES AT: 135S,8th, L.V, 2071L.V, Blvd.NcN.L.V. ^OStCjfj^ Rosecrest Cabinets, Inc. HENDERSON, NEVADA Ciistoiii Kitchens 565-7472 FAPERIENCED FOOD WAITRESS W-NNTED Tray service exp For swing shift at Nick's Supper Club \pplvinpersonrrom2 5 Nu phone c.ills Hdn MISIC I.ES,SON.S In your home. Piano. Organ, Guitar, Ban)o. Mandolin. College .\ecredited Teacher. Ph. S64-125S or S64-3717, l.(M)KINt;TOHtV \HOMF.IN BOl IMIKH flTY' See Hen der^on Hriiltv ad or cull LOOKING FOR A BUSINESS location in Henderson or Boulder .\rea in busy Intersection w-large window display. For used appliances. Call 642-4660 in Las Vegas. Or 648-6210 64MM2. LAWNS MOWED Young man experienced in yard work has mower, edger, and weed eater. Wants to take care of your yard Call 293 1622 morrfU B" ffl wi*s fit ua VALLEY VIEW AREA 3 B4m.. I Bah. Block wall ia rear afforda complete privacy. A well-kepi, well-constrnrtrd homr with ',^mlly room and fireplace. Covered carport a ndrovrrrd patio. Please call for appt. SECTION IIBeantiful half-Kre one hlock from Black Mtn Golf CMrsc. This lot hit all ulllllies aad ready to build or •waer will build U suit. Comer lot with paitoramic view. MUST SEE TO BELIEVE This cwmpietely remodeled and • pgra44 Valley View home. Four bdrms., W bath, 2 car prage with genie. Breakfast room, dining room. Completely feucc4 corner lot. TWO BDRM. HOME On Cul de Sac. with addilional lol aalUhle for bidg. This well kept home hat 14 baths. 2 car garage and 2 car carport, BUILDING LOT In Valencia County, New Mexico. Near • ew developmeBts. BOULDER HIGHWAY FRONTAGE 429 feel on Boulder Highway. This C-2 Property conUins S 87 acres with paint and body shop, quonset hut and office. Ideal for automobile deaierakip. Call tt complete dcUllt. HOME OF VOLR DREAMS Located in Section 18. This heautifWI house is on 4 acre and features 3 bdrms., 1^ baths pins 2 car garage. Separate formal dining room, large master bdrm. Too many amenities to list. Please call for appt. VEGAS TOWNHOUSETwo bdrm.. I hath. Professionally decorated and landscaped. SECTION 27 Three bdrm., 2 full baths, 2 car garage on 'i acre. Separate family and dining rooms Bay window in for mal dining room and large covered patio. MOBIIJ: HOME bdrm. 1^ bath fenced. '.^jUXar, rson Trailer Estates. 2 shade trees. Completely MOVE TO PEACE QUIET ~ In Mission Hllli. Situated on one acre and offera 3 bdrm., 2 baths k 2 car garage. Garage is completely flnlsbed and ready to convert. Covered front porch with beautiful view of Vegas Valley. SECTION 4 m acre with all utilities and ready to baild on. Tkis lt II level with heautlfhl panoramic view, PITTMAN R-4 property. letilSS lot with 3 hdrm., 2 hath home now under constrection. BRING YOUR HORSES To tills cnstom home In Sectloi 27 Jnsi some of the features arc: 88r basement, sunken tub In • aalor hdrm., waterfall in living room, wronght Iron suircaac to sundeck. Call Morrtll fer fUrtker Inl^ "MoiTtH RMlty is i HovstsoM Won!" EVALYN MORREU BROKER Peg Cole Barbara McNair Millie Potter Chuck Trueworthy. Mac McCuiry David A. Crine ...564-1754 ..203-4274 .56^0663 .964-1013 ..5-900S .965^095 42 WATER ST., HINDIRSON, NEVADA 565-M16 6000 TAX unm Off In the Joskua Tree Forest. NO SMOG Hardly any tralllc. Scenery exceptional • honest neighbors Ideal for couple K single. Real Country living Trailer lAngelus older model) on 1^, acre of land. 1 Bdrm., Liv. rm., Front kltck., full bath k shower, slor ihed, fenced front yd., LOW TAXES • Animals ok (Even a horse). Lake Mehave Ranches (Dolan Springs, AZ.) 118,188 riirn.;l8J96 unf For more info. Call: Days (682) 7(7-3305 or Eves (682) 7(7-3648 MURRAY BULOCRS Bonded Uc. No. 1S084 Patio covers, Room Additions, Remodel, New Construction. "If In a Hurry, Call MURRAY" 283-3100 FOR RENT Kitchenettes. 122. wk. Utilities paid Shad^ Rest Motel. S6S-7(88. L\WN AND Y\RD MMNTA N \NCE • sprinkler repair. 29.1-4953 BC *; NEED BABYSITTER FOR summer. Good with children, responsible and dependable 7 a.m. to S:30 p.m. Mon thru Thur Prefer High School girl. 293 4527 after 6 p.m. or 7371010. Days. NEVADA INN it now taking application for mature maid 203-2044 BC FOR R£NT, brand new 3 bdrm, 2 bath Lewis Home in B.C. 4S17832. MAlCOtM OlOROf Parapsychologist Now residing in Las Vegas i From California 30S-SSI1 Suite 219 FREE FILM OR CASH DISCOUNT ON ALL FILMS. Printed and developed tt VAN S NEVADA DRUG, BOULDER CITY,,NV. P\RT TIME OR FUI.L TIME WORK Be your own boss Work your own hours Have your own Fuller bru.sh route $6 to $8 per hour startini; 8780254 3 bdrm., 2/ull baths. Carpeting, drapes. Desert landscaping. M2,900. 47 Constilullon. Ph. S6S-841S. WANTID: hobysilting, my homo. Ages 3 mo. S yrs. Coll Mary. S64-2373. UNFURNISHED APARTMENT FOR RENT, 2 bdrm., 1 bath, Ave. B $315 mo. Call Greg Ugan. 736^888 or 4881592 or 45M33/. 1972 Chevy Vega Sta. Wgn. AM-FM radio, air, good tires. Engine smokes. Best Offer. 564-5853. LOST — BUCK POODLE Standard Size — Male — White whiskers L. Kesterson — Call 564-1881 or 565-7164 SHAKLEE DISTRIBUTOR ,\LSO Vitamins & Household Products 565-7155 WANTED TO RENT, 2 car garage by the month. Call 283-5333 after ( p.m. BABYSITTING DAYS MY HOME. Any age. 565-5170. Highland Hills Area. F08 SAIE, ID ft. camper shell, $200, fits vi^ido pickup hod, 293-4478. 8.C. HOUSEKEEPER WANTEDtop wages, 1 day per week. Cleaning, washing, ironing, for two adults Call 2(3 2323, Leave name and phone number. BC FOR RENT 4 bdrm, 2 bath, custom, 1 yr. old home. $550 mo. 1st, last, $150 depo.. Block wall, no pets. 293-4630 BC FOR SALE, l6fi MusUng, very Kood rond. 3 speed trans, with low mileage, msk* offer 2(3 2208. BC FOR RENT. 2 bdrm apartment, adults, no pets. Call 293-3185 after 1 p.m. BC 12 X 44 Mobile Home 1 bdrm. awning, skirting, shed. Boulder City Park, adults only. $8,000 For info call • 293-4344 BC UNF HOUSE in B C for rent. 3 bdrm 2 bth. drapes, new Lewis Home. Stove, ref $500 mo. Call Nick. 736 8960. HOME FOR SALE: 3 bdrm. 2 bath, nice neighborhood. Immed. available 74 percent FHA loan. Principals only. 293-3843. BC r ZIKE'S HENDERSON HXACO Electronic Tune-ups Tires Batteries Air Conditioning Balancing Brakes Shocks Radiators MECHANIC ON Dl'TY 7 DAYS •FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY 565-0220 3 E, Uke Mead & Water, Hdn. H >T ViriV. iiVV p • • "^ ACUPUNCTURE Arthritis, bursilis. migraine, asthma, allergy, strske, sciatica, sinus, gout, prostate 73S-7242. FOR SALE USED PONTOON BO.\T 28 FOOT, rebuilt with new factory' made aluminum pontoons: twin 35s, completely fenced for safety; shade top for sleeping, diving. See at Weekender Boat Shop on Boulder Highwav. Henderson. $4,000 C.\SH. Private owner. .Ask Bill Reynolds about it. 1 DESERT MASONRY Lici'iise No. 15534. Bonded. Quality Masonry, residential and commercial Oil, PHILLIPS [ I RAMO&TV I I EXPERT SERVICE I I ..ALLM.\KES .,2 & MODELS I BOULDER CITY CONDO (new) for rent. 2 bdrm., 2 bath, laundry room, carpet, drape. appl. carport, fireplace. $425 mo. flrsl, last $200 sec. depo. Call 293-4431. FOR RENT WITH OPTION 2 story 4 bdrm, 24 bath. Block wall, fully landscaped. $675 mo. $200 mo. refundable if bought. 2*3-1562 or 735-0545. Wayne FMC sweeper. Model 876. Like New Make offer. Ph. 876-8550 KELVIN XTOR REFRIGERXTORS. washers, dryers, ranges, freezers. Room air cond. disposals Ed Harwood s Consumer \ppliance Co. 118 E L.ike Mead (next to 7 11 slorci 564 2210 WANTED Janitorial person. Must apply in person at Best Western Lake Mead Motel 85 Uke Mead l)r 564 1712 Do-It-"^^. Yourself^: Projects III CrtKhet A Rose Bouquet ill Authorized Warranty Stotion For All Eureka Vocoums "We Service All Makes As Service Is Our Name" 50% MQBE SUCTION rawni I • X gl BILL MERRELL'Sl I ""^TV I APPUANaa j t .STORE HOURS: 9:00 TO 6:00 DAILY SALES & SERVICE 133 WATER ST. HENDERSON. NV PH. 565-8798 COLOR TV STEREOi RCil SALES & SERVICE 2 W P.\CIFIC564-2870 CUSTOM 4 80RM. 2 8ATH ACROSS FROM GOIF COURSE, CORNER lot, many • • trot Priced for quick sole. (84,900. 293-4630. 8.0, KEWARD offered for return of (Kilii engagement ring lost at 711 on Lake Mead Sentimental value Ph 565-7777. WANTED Male Siamese Perrett for stud Will get pick of litter. Ph. 565-7650. Hdn. tnfflBnsSS tttffi^otSffiffiftttffittttfflytt-ftttfflFflpffiiBjB^ REALTORS 125W. LakeMWadOr., Htrtdonon. Nevada • 565-8947* Following instructions in Monsanlo't yarn booklet, "Great Yarn Ideas for Everyone," crocheters can create a bouquet of colorful rotes. Ttiit it one of nine pro)ecta for all ages and all skills to make and enjoy The items are ideal for gift-giving and fund raiting, too. Copies arc available for 25< and a buainem-siw stamped, selfaddressed envelope from Monsanto Textiles Company. 1114 Avenue of the Antencat, New York. NY 10036 BIGGER IS BETTER If you've outgrown your present home — here's 3200 square feet of sensational livinK in this 3 bedroom, 3 bath home .\n exceptional home at an exceptional price. $30.00 a square foot. Evenings 564-2332. RANCH ESTATE On 14 acres hiRh in the foothills overlooking Vegas Valley Over 3100 square feet of living area. Top quality construction, plus many outstanding features. Evenings 564-2332 NE.\T&TIDV ^nd freshly painted too: Check into this two bedroom home with central air today for only $35,000 Great assumption' Evenings 564-2332 COMMERCIAL PROPERTY Frontage on Boulder Hmhway Close to Basic. Call for mortin formation Eves 56,5 6897 ~ SECTION 4 WithS1-acrelotswithbeaut iful view of the entire Vegas Valley. Eves 565-6897 SUPER TERMS On good investment property in Paradise Hills and Pahrump Eves Call 565 9453. CALL FOR FREE MARKET ANALYSIS OF YOUR HOME. Vivian Enckson, Broker Jerry Bergemeyer Diane Barlow 5M.tJ;'2 Kathenne Mitchell 565-8887 James Smalley_ 564-Mlii ^ngelo Rivers V&\ifr John Woodruff 29.1 Mf>2 ffiff^ti gftftft MMB? gaMBnE H B M B n BMBMBt MMB ftttttflMB ftCft ^A --•I

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Heoderstn Home News, Henderson, Nevada Fsft n Tuetdiyrjiriie 12,1179 EVERY SATURDAY AT 1 P.M. NEW & USED FURNITURE APPLIANCES TVs • STEREOS ANTIQUES COLLECTABLES NEW FISHING EQUIPMENT • TOOLS • GLASSWARE • PICTURES & PAINTINGS LAMPS • YARD LIGHTS • OFFICE EQUIPMENT • DESKS LAWNMOWERS BEDS • TABLES CHAIRS SOFAS DRESSERS SPORTING GOODS. MANY PIECES OF HIGH QUALITY FURNITURE & ANTIQUES MUCH, MUCH MORE! WE WILL BE HAVING AN AUCTION EVERY SATURDAY AT 1:00 P.M. IF YOU HAVE ANYTHING YOU WOULD LIKE TO HAVE SOLD AT AUCTION, PLEASE BRING IT IN OR CALL US. WE MAKE PICKUPS! 8 AM TIL 8 PM— 7 DAYS A WEEK A aiON UCnONEEinNG 1100 N. BOULDER HWY.. HENDERSON, NV. DARWIN BIBLE 565-8829 Raising Rhododendrons Ttine beautiful nowrrinf ihrub* can help put more zing in your garden't tpring, if you know how to plant and care for them properly. J RAVISHING RHODO DENDRONS can bnghttn your 1 print gird en with btauyful blonomi. All rhododrndrons must have a well-drained toil that i rich in humua and definitely on the acid side You ran gel a fully budded buah in early apring, plant it and en)oy a magnificent show of flowers for veara if it geta enough light' When the plant is firmly set in Its planting hole, fill the hole with garden soil to which tome humus—about 10 percent by volume—has been added. Mulch immediately The mulch thotild be heavy enough to stay in place and open enough to admit air and water. The shrub should he planted up to the soil line on the trunk Fertiliie moderately, one* early each spring after the plant is well-rooted and again in midfall. Feeding phoaphate can help increase the number of flower buds, at can occasional pruning. You can get more good information about rhododendrons and hundreds of other gardening hints from a new 672-pa(e book, the Reader's Digeil lllutlrated Guide to Gardening What Caued That Leg Cramp That Vlfoke Ybu Up Last N^ Did this happen to you aeem to be unrelated to rflieved the muscle spasms aft night? About an hour exertion or circulatory of a tragic and incapacitating after L „— nrapacitating you fell aalerp. you disease Some theories, all neurologic disorrler, myoto were jolted awake by a highly tenuous, have attri nia congeniu.This first trial, crwping pain-msyhe a bufrd fhem to local and inspired by tl}e bopc that a roekHike knot i yooflef trrti(entiltrtaje of blood drug e^fivtive against one musele Perhapa rehef came supply or to aberrations in type of muscle spasm might after you massaged or mineral balance in.^the work against another, stretched the stHcken leg affected muscle and the showed quinine was very Perhaps you went so far as nerves to which it is successful Anther trial sup to stick your feet in cold attached Others suggest ported the efficacy of water, or maybe you that the nerve that stimuquinine in that the dr\ig wa wrapped your leg in a hot lates the muscle or the place also more than 90 percent towel to ease the spasm. The on the muscle to which the successful in alleviating muscle is a little sore today, nefve is connected becomes cramps. People who for and you know the cramp over enrited or "irritable" months had been unable to may recurtonight or This might be because the sleep uninterrupted through tomorrow night —or it may electrolyte concentration *he night were rendered not You don't know when, around the nerve or muscle cramp free and you certainly don't is abnormal Or it might be And quinine is the most know why. due to a minor, local injury effective means to prevent Who Gts Night Leg to nerve or muscle fibers "'ght leg cramps In an un Crampt? The irritated nerve tends controlled study that Anyone, regardless of his o"' random impulses-and Pnned nine years and in general health, ran wpt-ri the muscle rmmps vohed 200 palienU, one ence night leg rrunps at The complete expla quinine preparation elimi some time in hU |j(e. "•'•o" f"'"'ghi leg cramps nated night leg cramps in 91 Stretching or exlenston of *"" '""'"* "'V ^>^ further percent and rmlnced them -the tegi and feet when you ""edical research Major m another four percent are resting or are in light '•"""st of ""Ufh research is SiJe effect* were minimal at sleep seema to be a common lowsfd '''"<'>' understand required doses precipiUting factor ing of neurologic di.sorders How It Works Cerum people, however, ^^'^ produce muscle cramps Why is this remedy effecseem to bf more susceptible "' "cessive muscular t*ntive-" While doctors don't than others to night leg *'"" Al'^ough such biiarre |,„ow the answer, they cramps, although we don't diseases as nocturnal know that quinine does iwo know why Wr do know, m-Vuc'onus (twilrhmg legs ihip^s ,„ muscles it inhowever, that persons with """"S sl-PI myokymia „ease6 the amount of time diabetes, varicose veins or l-Pon'^B^ous twitchins and between muscle fiber con peripheral vascular dttease, '"'"'npini! of skeletal mustractions and rt reduces the and those who suffer from • ''^'""V"'""'" ('he inabil ^„i(iv,ty of a muscle to arthritic change in weight "^ '" '''''*'' """< • '* '^^^ stimulation The overall ef bearing joints and with '•onlrarlionl, and "stiff man f^^i „ that the muscle beorthopedic deformities of '""''''""'* "f • '""'^'"o comes less •irriuble" the foot, are more likely to '''^^ (persistent rigidity vy^M To Do About Night have night leg cramps "' '" • "'""'' *"'' '""'" '*'a' Lag Cramps You're a member of a ''' "" discernible medical j^^,^ ,^^ precautions large community of poten psychiatric rausel are ^^ j,„ take that may ward tial leg cramp sufferers In a 'f""' "•"> -'^ntisU believe ^ff y^u, j^g „^^^ ^^fj,^ survey of more than 1 n 000 ^"' '"'y ""* •"'' ""V walking or exercising a good physicians who treat dia understanding why appar ^^ massage mav do the betes, circulatory di-sea&t •"'"ly normal people develop ,^,^1, Sleeping with your and arthntis, 41.S percent muscle cramp* ),„,„ ^^„^ „ (^iter than of the ,S100 who ansveered Modtrn Trtatmant sleeping with legs exsaid they enrounlered night Even though your doctor tendeda small pillow leg cramps "frequently" and doesn't have all the answers, under the knees may suffice, an additional .S3 h percent he can prescribe for night provided it doesn't obstruct said they do so "at least oc leg cramp problems The circulation Wrapping the casionally Nobody knows most effective medicine just leg in a hot towel is also precisely how common happens to be the oldest — beneficial night leg cramps are, quinine Medicine based on Remember, thoughalthough they are probably quinine, alone or in combi night leg cramps are reason nation with other drugs, is mough to see vour doctor the treatment of choice for They can, for example, most night leg cramps occur as a side effect of cer Quinine, obtained from tain drugs used to treat high the bark of the South Amer blood prewure In order to ican cinchona tree, was used more accurately pmcnbe as early as the seventeenth hw treatment, therefore, it century to treat malaria It is important that your remained the sole treatment doctor know when they for that disease until World occur if you are Uking such War n. and is still used to medications Your doctor day in antimalarial drugs knows of medication that Its first use for treatment can poiaibly prevent yotir of night leg cramps, in 1940, night leg cramps fro followed a leport that It occurring more preval'-nt in the elder ly and among women And Cf)nipletely healthy people gel leg cramps, too During a nine-month period, of 23 soldiers who fell out for sick call for treatment of night leg cramps at a military base, no cause was apparent in more than a third. Pottibit Causes Why healthy people get night leg cramps is still a mystery Night leg rrampa Uatff f/A four or tm^nch htm K I good tdM for curtaim. If Ihty ihnnk, JT down, and tht txtra weight at bottom mahti them tfttv COT b let hang better. the kvonderful of tomomcwFIBER OPTICS WILL BRING THE FUTURE INTO THE HOME In the not too distant future, millions of Americans may be uaing a machine as small u a portable typewriter to send their mail, pay bills, complete banking transactions, peruse home shopping catilogi and use libraries without leaving their home. These machines, known at home fsoimiles, will send and reproduce printed information over long distances in leu than a minute. One of the most exciting accessories to the home facsimile will be the personal copier, a handheld device slightly larger than a fountain pen that will optically scan information and store it. The tiny copier will then be plugged into the home facsimile to reproduce the electronically-stored data on paper. Both of these developments will result from flber optics, a landmark technology that promises to re volutionize communications in both the home and the office. Until now, fiber optics has been used primarily as a conduit to carry electronic information, the best example being its UK to replace bulky, underground telephone cable. But the recent introduction of focused fiber optics in a commercial applicstion, notably an office copier by Minolta Corporation, allows light imsges to be focused through tiny glass Hbera without dialorUon and opens up new vistas (or the communications industry. The make home reality in tht new copier, the Minolta Electrographic 301, offen low cost, simpK component* and minimal maintenance, all the features that made the telephone a common household convenience. y\ccording to Minolta research offlcials, a nationwide network of these fiber optics home facsimiles may emerge Vithin the next decade. With rerinements in manufacturing techniques, the home facsimile is ex(>ected to cost about $400 per unit in leas than 10 years. In fact, one overseas telephone corporation has already embarked on a program to facsimiles a ieo'a. Fiber optics reportedly offen so much in the way of low coat and peraonal eon veniencc it appcan the buaines* of running home and running a busineu may toon cross lines becsute of the need for rapid an4. inexpensive communications sytlema. The pace of the world dicUtes that information contained in documenU be transferred with greater efficiency and fiber optics promiises to be the key to communications systems of the future. "Comnran IWIN it tha ihorlMt tin* bttwtan two points." Emenon m0^ Tli ^MM u HB^^IilUlll Ar You Ailrgic 7 If you've been annoyed by itchy eyet, sneezing, and a stuffy or runny noae, the source of the problem may be an allergy, not a cold. Prime allergy time depends on where you live but it begins earlier than most people think. In the southernmost states, the blooming of poplar, cotton wood, cedar, and juniper ushers in the allergy season in January. By March, the greater part of the country hat been affected. The six most common atlergent-the tources of alantihisUmines for allergy lergic reactions-are orchard sufferers. These diminish grisa, timothy, Russian this nasal and sinus irriUtion tie, English' plantain, and and congestion. Ghlorgiant and dwarf ragweed. Trimeton four milligram When an allergen enters and eight milligram, which the body, it causes the tells were previously sold only and tissues of the allergic by prescription, are availperson to release antibodies, able, now, over the counter Nomully, antibodies are and are recominended by good things; they help fight many pharmacists in tablet freed within a siAwptiMe person, it may cam the unpleaaant effects of an alIer0: swelling, itching, difficult breathing and arkeezing. Doctors frequently premott common scribe orally adminiitered tiiaeaae and gernu. Unfortunately, aome people have antibodies that fight "harmless" materials like pollen or house dust. The theory is that when this occurs, histamines and other substances are released. Histamine, a powerful compound, is usually bound up in the tiMue. When it is or syrup form. Pollen concentradipn is most intense at the ground level in the morning and night, to If the "coKT' you think you're suffering from teemt worse when you get up and when you retire, it may be a due (hat your problem it allergic rather than bacterial. Frank Ooich, whom mwy coniidar tht grtttatt wrtttlar in modtm timai, htid tht rteord for tha quicktit fall-pinning wn opponent in 6 1/4 ttcondi. OMwing uncooktd panlty can Mp rtmovt garlic trom tlM braath. Addressing the cause of freedom* With your help, Americans everywhere have read how United States Savings Bonds help preserve the fundamental freedoms of this country. They've also learned how Bonds can help each person as an individual. In fact, over 9!/2 million Americans have joined the I^yroll Savings Plan to help ensure their own future. As well as America's. So please continue to spread the word about Bonds by running these new ads whenever you have the space. You'll be helping your readers lake stock in freedom. By helping them take stock in America. i^He roiiW almott hear thicrou:d cheehnft as he finufnd Ov battered old tnimfiet in hit hands. HJW the SUNO* Timed tDGdd. N: orm stood stanng out thtwindow. His mind was already HI the Mipjvrcliil) Hf loiild almost hear the irowH ilifcrinK as hv ringfri-d thtbaltfrt'd ciM InimjMH in his hands. Tonight hr'd havr tii play 1 H-tter than vwt, d"^)itf the N al\ t's sbciiits c\'fry now and tht-n. Tonight ht-'d lie playins with "Hiirton's Herd," thvIx-st inH group in town MiMiii(l<' "SwtH'ts 'hatl .irranRpa the audition with C Hortim. Now ihi* wmikl In'for tht'c-ritio. More than anvthint!, Norin wanted to IH* a)a/z niiisK'Mn iilie his iini le "Swf-ts." But his mother and f.ither had l)een sa\intt for yi-.irs. Ini>ing I'.S. Savings Bonds to wit hini through college • o he could U' a "soneloav." Well. hthniighl, if he lieiiirrvth' iiiiiMi'ian his teiK-h<-rs siid he cniild Ix'. he icould \w soim-l)id>. Siiinelxidy they'd till lie proud of. Norm walked over toth' In-d, ptil the horn in its (.ise and snapped the lid shut just as his mother oilled up the statirt. "C nion, lioney, it's almost time to go." A he walked doun the stairs, the whole family stnppN'd talVingand l(Mike^P* Carter may g:?io,"ri:'85?r,78i*^ NLVAUASIAILUBMRT CAKMN an. WV. §9710 nna to cover CarterBrezhnev )iimmjt (ing knowing he's got no place tegOut up By Morry Zeooff Vienna, Austria ~ Whatever President Jimmy Carter has or has not been doing for the best interests of oar country during the past two and a half years Is but child's play compared to the hornet's nest he walks into here in Vienna this weekend when he takes on the Big Bear of Russia President Leonid Breshnev. It Is listed as a SALT II conference where both will sign a treaty supposedly to de-emphasize the use of nuclear weapons and to equalise the armed strengths of the two super-powers. Inasmuch as everyone knows Russia's word is no good, that It Is constantly maneuvering behind the scenes anywhere In the world where Russia deems it Important to Russia, It Is a ;^sure thing the Russla-U.S. across the table talks here are but Window dressings to what will actually go on. Experts among the White House press tell us to anticipate anything and everything to happen here. Watch, we are told, for President Jimmy Carter to put his foot right In It with some direct statements on human rights, which Russia doesn't have and which Russia resented Carter shouting at them when he visited behind the Iron Curtain a year ago January in Poland-. Russia still remembers Carter's statement before a crowd in a West Berlin Ichoolhouse panel discussion. "The United States will sUnd next to West Beriin as if it were right next door should there be a fight with Russia." And Carter then went further, urging the unification one day of West and East Beriin. That singed the Bear's hair and turned it ablaze one more time when Carter stood at the Berlin Wall, pointed over into no-man's land and espoused his human rights theories. ^ Watch for him to do it again here, the experienced writers alert one such as me to. Or, they say, maybe he'll tell Brezhnev to quit It's aggressive actions behind the scenes in Africa, quit its backing of the inflamed Arabs who oppose the Middle East settlement. Or maybe, they say, he'll come up with another linger with a more drastic cut in deep arms control. His last one backed Russia into a corner. From what we learn, Russia figures Carter weak, without See CARTER Cont. on page 2 ENDERSOR XX7il4'S INSVSTtlil ClITia THE COMMUNITY'S NEWSPAPER PLUS WftEKLY SHOPPIRS DISPLAYING MERCHANTS' MESSAGES TO MOST OF THE HOMES IN THE HENDERSON-BOULDER OTY AREA Onr 31it Year 44th Edition Henderson, Nevada PHONE 564-1881 — All Departments Price 15 Cents Good Morninfi: Today u Thunday, June n, 1979 -Classrooms Gymnasium Constrttction Starts oti $1 Million High School Addition legislative Summaiy To Be Chami)er Program The entire cxunmuiiity is saddened with the sudden death of Fay Galloway for whom the new elementary school io Henderson is named. He WM honored that bit name was selected for the new school and would have been happy to see it completed thu fall. His death was certainly untimely and leaves a big void in the community and in his family. In the list of many people who are in the hospital, we omitted one, and that is LeRoy dase, popular teacher at Burkholder Junior High. There haven't been many students who went through junior high who didn't know Mr. Chase and respect him. Bill and Bel Sanner returned home recently from Oregon where they visited with their son Donald Allen, who received a degree in drafting this month from the Oregon School of Technology in Klamath Falls, Oregon. They reported they had a wonderful trip which included Carson City. When they got • to Tonopah during the height of 4he gas crisis, they arrived there at 42:20 a.m. All of the gas stations closed at midnight. Would you believe that on that night there were no vacant motel rooms in Tonopah? So Bill and Bel sat the night out at the Mizpah hotel. At 6 a.m. when the service stations opened, they continued on their way. A "Legislative Summary" will be presented by Senator Jim Gibson, and Assemblymen Jack Jeffrey and Nash Sena at the June general membership Chamber of Commerce luncheon to be held today at 12 noon at Nick's Supper Gub, 14 Lake Mead Drive. Ea(^ of the oity's elected legislative representatives will present their personal evaluation of this year's legialative session which ended recently. The program promises to be an interesting one and chamber director Gary Johnson urges everyone to attend. The following local business people were elected to the Board of Directors of the Chamber for three year terms'; Duane Laubach of Henderson Realty, Glen Taylor of BMI, Sister Maureen Comer of St. Rose de Lima Hospiul, Gay Johnson of Continental Telephone Co., and Fred Martin of Valley City Mourns Deoth of Fay Gollo way A pioneer Hendersonite, for whom the new elementary school still under construction has been named. Fay E. Galloway, passed away Monday near Durango, Colorado of a heart attack. He and his wife, Gertrude, had planned to spend the summer months at their daughter's cabin in the cool of the Colorado mountains when he was suddenly stricken. Bank ctf Nevsda. During a regular meeting of the board of directors the following were elected its new officers for the 1979-80 year: Chuck Spradlin of Hydro-Conduit, president; Arby Alper. Sky Harbor Airport. Ist vice president; Phyllis LeFrancois, Chicago Title, 2nd vice president; and Fred Martin, Valley Bank, treasurer. The new officers • will officially take charge of their responsibilities on July 1. '^f-%t''''> t^fM&liit^^'^iif^icS':'^'!^:'y fc5v!^ A new chamber member to be welcomed aboard at today's noon meeting will be Father Clark A. Tea of St. Mary the Virgin Episcopal Church in Las Vegas and St. Christopher's Episcopal Church in Boulder City. 'KS^Ki^?-' ^^^^^ • ^^^^N^^^^ BASIC HIGH ADDITION GOES UP Construction work has started on the new Basic high school addition. The new addition is located where the baseball field formerly was. The baseball field will he moved to a new location. Legislative Report on Tlie Results of the 1979 Session During the time that Morry is in town I sit 00 my hands to keep from writing about him. But since he left town yesterday, here goes... "How can an intelligent person smoke?" I asked, tryisg to see him through the cigar smoke to his onioe. "I'm going to givo up cigars on the plane, Zenoff answered, not too intelligently sinoe they refuse to let yoa smoke dgars on the SM NEWS DESK Cont on pg. 2 Senrlcf have been SuGAiMjfpi By Senator James I. Gibson There were several important and far-reaching actions by the 1979 session that did not attract a lot of publicity, but which took a lot of study and work to resolve. In some cases these items represent landmark actions in as much as they represent decisions by the Legislature that are significant departures ftom past legislative attitudes. One ofthe most important of these actions was the bill which authorized the implementation of the White Pine County Power Authority. I diKussed this in several of my reports during the session. Its impact could be so great in the state and on White Pine County that it is worth mentioning again. The legislation allows White Pine County, and in the f\iture any other county that might be able to put together a similar project, to enter into agreement with certain power users to construct a major power generating facility to be located in the county through utilization of the County Economic Development Bond law. Through this device the county would be able to issue tax exempt bonds to finance the project and the program is to be structured so that the financing will never become an obligation of the county. The finances are underwritten by the contracts with the power users so written that they will have to pay the costs whether they take power or not. In the case ofthe White Pine project the major contractors will be the City of Los Angeles Power & Light and several smaller cities in Southern California who will ultimately have about 50 % of the project, with the remaining 50% to be held by Nevada utilities. When I said "major power generating facility" I was not | speaking idly. The initial authorization for White Pine County is for a plant capacity of 1,500 megawatts. It could go as high as 2,000 megawatts if the environmental studies and economic justification so indicate. This compares with SasGlBonp.? Construction has started on a $1,233,400 addition to Basic high school which will provide additional classrooms and gymnasium facilities for the growing student body. The new addition is located on the former baseball field which has necessitated the removal of that facility. School officials said this week that construction has been slowed by the cement worker's strike, however, it is continuing. if there are additional strikes in construction, it could affect the building," school officials said. The construction work is being done by SmithUniversal Construction and it is expected to be completed by Jan. of 1980. Also under construction is the Fay E. Galloway elementary school in Henderson which is being built off Horizon Drive near O'Callaghan Park. City Eyes Two New Water Storage Tanks The city administration will ask the city council Mon. for authorization to go to bid on two three million gallon water reservoirs to be paid for from the recently approved water bond issue. The two new water storage tanks will be located on Greenway and the other will be known as the Foothills Reservoir. These will be the first storage tanks to come from the water bond issue. The installation of the new facilities will increase the city's total storage capacity from six million gallons to 18 million gallons, or triple the storage, according to City Manager Bob Campbell. ^ ^1 1 ^ ——.^&aai Mi • •