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1979-06-21 - Henderson Home News

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1979-06-21 - Henderson Home News
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Zenoff, Morry ( Columnist )
Kesterson, Lorna ( Columnist )
Stafford, Mary ( Columnist )
Bennett, L. Jessie ( Columnist )
Eckley, Jean ( Columnist )
Deardoff, Edna ( Columnist )
Von Dornum, Rae ( Columnist )
Raymond, Flo ( Columnist )
Fenton, Teddy ( Columnist )
Brossell Crook, Clara ( Columnist )
McKinney, Virgil P. ( Columnist )
Newton, Ernest L. ( Columnist )
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r s!r ttuuct Mta wtatcJ^fw|| TueMUy, June If, lf7f Dynamic Bargains on Basset. Stanley. Seila. Burlington House. Sealy. LA Period WAREHI|USE SELLOFF OF ALL MERCHANDISE SUPER SAVINGS I Self Service Furniture. 4465 W. Charleston 878-2107 YOUR PROMPT ATTENDANCE URGED! DON'T MISS THIS ONE TIME EVENT!! ENTIRE CONTENTS OF THIS WAREHOUSE ON SALE! AT OUR PARKING LOT! CREDIT TERMS AVAILABLE MASTERCHMIGE VISA CREDIT TERMS r*: • • '> • • TAKE IMMEDIATE POSSESSION! BRING YOUR TRUCKS & SAVE OR WE DELIVER FREEH mm WE'RE SELLING OUR ENTIRE WAREHOUSE STOCK!! All Merchandise Has Been Moved To Our Sidewalks 4465 W. Charleston WAREHOUSE CLOSEOUTS WAREHOUSE CLOSEOUTS 5 DC BEDROOM SET Rg. *M.OO Suwoo 00 WAREHOUSE CLOSEOUTS COHNER UNIT Reg. $395.00 $ 2-Onfy WAREHOUSE CLOSEOUTS BaauUful LOVE SEATS Rg. S49S.O0 $ A ttMl 00 WAREHOUSE CLOSEOUTS 100's OF BEDROOM DINING ROOMS OCCASSIONAL TABLES SETC. WAREHOUSE CLOSEOUTS QUEEN SIZE SLEEPERS SOFA REG. $529.00 s 375 00 SUPER DEAL WAREHOUSE CLOSEOUTS CHINA Reg. $825.00 $43500 NIC* Sdaetion WAREHOUSE CLOSEOUTS ODD END TABUS SCTOO 57 VALUES TO $189.00 WAREHOUSE CLOSEOUTS BASSEn SOFA 190 A Ofi# only 00 4 pc. LIVING ROOM GROUP S497""H • ... SOFA. LOVESUT. OIMR. OHOMAN OVER 10.000 ITEMS MUST GO! 100's UPON 100'S OF UNLISTED BARGAINS HURRY!! SAVE UP TO 50% & MORE 3 pc. LIVING ROOM GROUP ^500"^ moo SOFA. LOVESUT. CHAIR BREZHNEV W OwPublMifrBHIeves 1 I I I I P M ABOUT NO ATOM BOMB WAR AGAINST Ui. Editor's Note: is our editor g. act?... Loma. BY MORRY ZENOFF VTBNNA • You better believe that SALT agreement Freiident Carter and Russian President Leonid Brezhnev signed here Monday •• believe in it as your safeguard against nuclear war in your lifetime and mine. That'k the meaning of the signingoftbe SALT 11 agreement in Vienna last Monday. The signing of that treaty was as impressive a ceremony as ENDERSO these old eyes have ever seen. But that's only half the story. What sinks in after the ceremony is the realization that two men, sincere of purpose and after months of study and understandably cautious consideration -followed by hours of negotiation in a face to face confi-ontation, supported by all the experts on both sides in their respective governments the governments of the two largest, most powerful and most talented countries on earth finally put their signatures to an agreement in which both men profoundly believe. It is true that the President dealt with none of the other matters in issue between our country and theirs between the Soviet Union and the United States. They talked about those issues, President Carter said. He pd Brezhnev talked about Soviet intervention in Africa. They talke.d about the problem of dissidents who want to leave Russia. They talked about the pro Arab sentiments and posture uf the Suviet Union. We can be glad that they talked about these issues, even though nothing has yet apparently come from their talk. But what we can be really grateful for is what they really accomplished "the signing of an agreement to put a brake on the nuclear arms race -to each hold nuclear capabilities to a reasonable limit an agreement that firmed their joint conviction that there must be no nuclear war between our two countries -an agreement that opens the door for a future in which the eventual dismantling or removal of all nuclear See MORRY Cont. on page 2 NEVmMrAmtBRAF CARSOATY. NV. 89710 THE COMMUNITY'S NEWSPAPER HUIWIIKLY SHOPPERS DflPLAYING MERCHANTS' MESSAGES TO MOST OF THE HOMES JN THE HENOERSONBOULDER CITY AREA 0r Slit Year 46tb Edition HENDERSON. NEVADA PHONE 564.1881 —All Doportmonts Good Mominfil Today is Thunday, June 21, 1979 Over 61)00 To Attend Sctxrals Here Next Year ..'A The fact that our editor looks the Russian leaders in the eye and believes everything they say, may cause a spHt in oir long-range relationship. My editor's note on his report from Vienna should put a strain on his patience, however, that will be ^something to be taken up when he returns from his travels. Until then.... Lorin Willioms Retires from Montrose Chemicol Mayor Lorin Wilkams, a staff assistant at Montrase Chemical Co.. will retire July 1 after 24'/i years of service to that company which is located in Henderson. dtjr Mawijar Be% Campbell is stin lnt0iving candidates for the joy aa city auditor. Appareiidy, althovgh we think the •alfiyianot too bad, it is not good enough to entice sonte. There are, howevec, several applicants under active consideration. I'm watting to buy groceries until JiMyl. —-That's when the sales tax on food cornea off. If you see me at the store, jrouir know i didn't quite make it. There still seems to be some question as to what comes under the free sales tax. The fact that anything comes off is welcome relief. You can hear us housewives, everywhere commenting on the fact that every day there is a new price on most grocery items-and it's always up, up, up. What it used to cost to feed six, now feeds three. The latest rumor to hit the streets is that Municipal Judge Jim Jensen will challenge Mayor lorin Williams for the Mayor's job in two years. The cities are considering organizing a limnicipal organization excluding the county. The Regxmal Plaaning Council, since I've beea a member of h has done nodtmg but haggle about (a) its membership malw-up, and (b) who if to ^y for it. As it U idw, the county has proposed to|My S5,000 for its share and that rcal^ doesn't cover the administrator's salary, let ak>ne his secretary. A meetiag is being held Friday to see about the termination of the personnel. What happens then? The Refk>*al Planning Council hat beet) ebtrfed with the A-9S S NEWS DISK Coat on pg. 2 Lorin Williams Williams, who has served four years as Mayor of Henderson, will go into real estate with his wife, Tina, at Olsen Realty. Williams has already been associated with that firm on a part-time basis. Williams will be-feted by the company Thursday night. He started working there in January of l%S and has recently been involvjd in training. He was elected to the city council in 1961 and served until 1965. hi I96S and until 1%9 he served on the civil service board. He was re-elected to the city council in 1969 and served until 197S when he was elected Mayor. He was re-elected Mayor in 1977. COUNCIL TO HOLD LAST MEETING MON.-This will be the scene of the last council meeting to be held next Mon. before the new city council takes ovjer July 2. From left are Loma Kesterson, Gary Price, Mayor Lorin Williams, Carlton Lawrence and Phil Stout. Coundlmen Judge, To Take Mce On July 2 Three councilmen
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4 ^ \ Henderson Home Newt, HnfertM, jlerada NOUY Conl. tnm page 1 weaponry can becom* a reality. Me thinlu it luffices to say that if Presidents Carter and Brazhnev did nothing else but express and secure for us all and put their signatures to the hope that there will be no nuciaar war in our lifetime, in our childrens' lifetime and in the lifetime of our grandchildren, they have given us all they have given humanity at large the gift of life. Some wont buy Russia's promises. Others can point to agreamenU broken by the Soviets in the past. But in that perfect place for the signing of this treaty peaceftil and freedom loving Austria -during the days of this important conference that led to the signing of the SALT II treaty -this writer, often from only five or six feet away, loolied squarelv into Leonid Brezhnev's face. And in that strong, old face, he saw sincerity. All of us who were there saw it. We saw a desire in old Mr. Brezhnev's face to givie to the world one gift he alone could give from his perch as ruler of the most feared nation on earth the assurance that life is ours, that should nuclear warfare come to us, it won't come from Russia. He gave it with his signature. It's beyond me to really know, of course, whether he was being only benevolent. He might have been running scared frightened that Russia might lose the race, or lose the United States as a potential ally should the threat of nuclear war come from left field. He might be frightened of China. He might be frighteded of Iran under Khomeini's rule or the emergence of a nuclear capability in some other unstable country in the world. He might even fear what some of his own Russian followers might have in mind or what might develop there in the years between now and the end of this SALT II agreement in 1985. But whatever at President Jimmy Carter's side in that white and gilt ballroom of the old Hofburg imperial palace in Vienna. Brezhnev signed. We stood in the wings and looked down on that stirring and unforgettable scene in the Redoutensall a white paneled room with seven chandeliers suspended over a 119 year old green table built when the Holy Roman Empire of .Austro Hungary was still alive. At the table were only two white and gold braided chairs. And on that green table lay only the red • covered texts of the treaty for Brezhnev to sign, and the blue copy waiting for President Carters signature. The old man wrote very slowly that name so feared by so many, so important to so many more very slowly signing his name four times on separate documents. The younger man, Mr. Carter, wrote his name hurriedly. And when he had finished, folded his hands to wait. The two men stood then, the old man and the young, exchanged their folders and bent down to sign their names twice more. Then, straightening up, they exchanged copies, walked toward each other and reached out Brezhnev to take Carter's hand and grip it in his own. Then Jimmy Carter brought down the house, edging closer, reaching around the old man in the old Russian way to kiss Mr Brezhnev on the right cheek. The old man quickly caught the warmth of Carter's gesture and kissed the President of the United States on both cheeks. Applause -a standing ovation from that big room filled with dignitaries, guests and the working press from around the world. 1 was taken with this warm scene between the leaders of countries who could be the most dangerous of enemies It told me something. It told me that these two fellows weren't kidding. The kissing was for real. U was the melding of some of the fir5t points needed to one day lead to a real and open friendship between their two countries. Each then spoke to the world. Both expressed the same hope and promise for peace today, tomorrow and possibly forever. Carter we know We have heard him express those hopes before But from Brezhnev it came as the last biggift of his lifetime, a gift maybe of atonement to the world for all his sins, for all the bad faith he and his predecessors have perpetrated over the years. Whether the Congress accepts the treaty as it is, or changes its terms, is not for me to consider here. I don't think Brezhnev will object to changes, if the logic for them is there. But what is important is that the usually troublesome Russians joined in Vienna last Monday with us to help erase the fear with which we have lived since the nuclear age was born. .Much of that fear will remain for a time. That's true. But a beginning has been made to bring it to an end. That's what matters, as far as I'm concerned. One thing more. That kissing contest between Brezhnev and Carter may have been dreamed up by Jody Powell and his gang of 30 year old praise agents (the kissing picture made page one all over the world that day) But the emotions and the determination -the committment to peace it evokedthat was real. And that can lead to true disarmament and peace in the world in the years ahead. hmkihm].m\ Published cvrry TucuUl' *n marning it S Walcr Slrrt Hrndrrtufl Nevada. 88016. Phone 364 lUl MORRY ZESOrr Editor k Publiihrr I/srna Ketirnon Manaiint Editor k <>nrral Manager Mary StafTord Editorial Happy Prrhle AdverliMnK Manager RotaLe Slucki Bookkeeper ^ AitiiUnt Oneral Manager Kit Wllliimi Circulation Entered at the post ofTice in Hendertan. Nevada as tetond riait matter on June I IHI SUBSCHIPTION RATE.S MAIL StBSCRIPTIONS .\ll Phoioi, taken by the Hen drrton Home Vetai iXttf for ue or pokilble ue in thu ntw) paper are the *ole propert> of the Htndtrion Home Nett The Henderion Home Newi a<>5ume^ no financial responst bility far errors in advertiae ment^ We will reprint without rharfe or cancel the charge for thai portion of (he advcrtiic ment which ii in error if the Home Ne> ii'at fault itaflcCaef DM VMf ..ii (OB W9^ ff Himtttffi J Paf2 Police Cor Demolished in Heod-On Crash, Mon Gets Seven Chorges A Henderson police c^r was totally demolished and a 29-year-old man was arrested on charges of attempted murder, destruction of city property, contributing to the delinquency of a minor, failure to stop for police, driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor, resisting arrest and leaving the scene of an accident, in an early Tues. morning incident. Police said the incident began at approximately 1:45 a.m. when a Henderson police officer observed a black four-wheel vehicle driving recklessly upon the greens and fairways of the Black Mountain Country Club. The vehicle left the country club and officers attempted to stop the vehicle. The pursuit which followed lasted approximately six minutes mainly through the residential areas. At approximately 1:50 a.m. the vehicle had pulled off the road into a desert area section and three police units were sitting on the streets ot)servInglbe Vehicle in the dtescrt. At this point the car was stopped facing the police units. The car at this time accelerated at a high riite of speed from the desert, struck one of the police units head on knocking it approximately 25 feet backwards. The suspect backed up the vehicle and as the officer was exiting the police unit, the vehicle again accelerated forward and struck the squad car a second time. The door of the squad car at this point struck the officer. By this time a second squad car had pulled into the rear of the vehicle, blocking any further exit. The driver of the vehicle was identified as Carlstrom. The officer was treated by St. Rose de Lima hospital and released with minor injuries. Carlstrom was booked at the Henderson city jail. Joycees Seek 5-Yeor Advertising Bench Contract A franchise for the placement of advertising benches in the City of Henderson for a period of five years with the >Henderson Jaycees will be studied by the city council at a recessed meeting Mon. night at 7 p.m. The Jaycees have preciously held the franchise to the advertising benches in the city. The new ordinance specifies that all locations must be approved by the city and the advertising matter displayed on the benches be subject to all applicable laws and ordinances. All benches must conform to specifications established by the Department of building and safety and the Jaycees must provide liability insurance. In other actions Mon. night the council." "Authorized the city to receive bids for water reservoirs within the bond projects. "Approved the revised budget which is $155,000 less than previous in accordance with legislative mandates. -Set for a public hearing for July 16 a petition for vacation of right of way in section 8. -.Approved a resolution establishing intergovernmental service fund for engineering service. -Heard a report from Mr. Farina refuting allegations that his place of business was illegally conducting business. Water Line Breok Sporks Cloim A claim against the City of Henderson for damages alleged when a city water line was broken on May 29 by Nevada Power Co.. submitted by Henderson Bowl, was turned over to the city's insurance carrier by the city council Mon. night. Wayne Haines, superintendent of construction and maintenance for the city, said the break was repaired by the city's maintenance crew. When the water was turned back on the air was relieved from the main by the use of a fire hvdrant. He said some air could have been trapped in the lines to the Henderson Bowl causing it to break. In other actions the council" "Approved business licenses for family day care centers for Lauri Lienhard. 147 Copper and Oracle James. 2403 Bonita. -Waived the fee for the Catholic Welfare Henderson Day Care Center as a nonprofit organization. -Approved the serving of beerJuly4atMorrell Park for the Eagles. --.Approved a sign for Sunset Plumbing Supply at 739 Sunset Road. -Approved a sign for U.S. Homes advertising Desert Shadows. -Approved a final map for U.S. Homes in the Pittman area. ••Approved a minor sub^ division in section 4. -Approved a leaseagreement with the Henderson Boys' club for use of Crisler field at $1 for two months, The city will also pay for the power. POLICE SIGN CONTRACT -City Manager Bob Campbell and OfTicer Tom Burns are shown as Police signed their 1979-80 contract with the city. The city has 6 labor unions they negotiate with.. NEWS DESK Cent, from pg. 1 ThHr84ay. Jaa* II, ll7t 17-YMr-OidAnfited For Dongerdiis Weapon A 17-year-old Las Vegas youth was arrested by Henderson police on possession of a dangerous weapon after police stopped him for a routine traffic violation. The youth was stopped on Sunset Road and Boulder Highway and was unable to produce a driver'? license or registration for the vehicle. He appeared extremely nervous while in the vehicle and was requested to eidtlhe vehicle for an interview. As the youth exited the officer observed an object between the front seats which appeared to be a billy club. Upon removal of the object it was found to be a pair of num-chuks, two wooden handles connected with a nylon rope. .\s the youth was the driver and claimed ownership to the vehicle he was arrested for the possession of a dangerous weapon. The passenger was released. -".'/. Wsstwortd Codt Fran f^ift 1 quite comprehensible. These conditions include the filing of a plan as approved by the planning commission and the city council to serve as a guide to future site development in Phase 1, and to prepare a program to screen noise and glare from the nearby residents, to provide for gated limited access to the site f^om Wagonwheel Drive and to establish permanent hours of operation with sound control after 10:30 p.m. In other actions the council: "Approved a variance for James Keyes of 328 Balsa Street to allow a six foot high sloid fence where a four foot fence is the maximum allowed. "Approved a use permit to allow apartments, at the request of Dr. Harold Miller, in the general commercial district at 1632 through 1648 Athol Street. Also approved the architectural review of the new apartment complex. "Approved a use permit to allow limited auto repair in conjunction with retail tire sales at 350 N. Boulder Highway for Burl's Tire Company. Also approved the architectural review, signs and plot plan for the proposed new tire sales store. HALCO Com from pigi 1 If you bow at all, bow low." Chintii Provtrb review of applications for federal funding, among other things, h looks like* the crisis is here. Back to my editor's note...does anyone need a flunky with 30 yetrs experience? Save Fuel, Shop in Henderson within the community. He said that there were now 24,000 acres of R-R and R-E land but only 5,000 acres of R-1, medium and higher density land in the city and more land needed to be allocated for the second use. Councilman Phil Stout asked Lovitt where he thought the right to spread your arms would end and Lovitt replied that when you choose R-R you should be guaranteed it will remain that zone. "You've been told that R-R is a holding zone." Stout said. Councilmen Stout,' Lorna Kesterson and CaPltOn Lawrence voted in favorof the zone change with Councilrrtan Gary Price voting agaitiit and Mayor Lorin Williams abstained. • Htnderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Pages Thursday, June 21,1179 'Our Springtime Ballerinas' I' I THE RECREATION DEPARTMENT'S Ballet students presented a performance for family and friends last week. "Waltz of the Flowers" was performed by Kim Barmore, Lisa Buckles, Erin Campbell, Dawn Dressier, Carmen Hafen, Heather McCall, Jana Sarbacker, Heidi Scheffler, Susan Seegmiller, Corina Skewes and Angela Vieira. "SWAN LAKE BALLET SUITE' was performed by Brenda Buckles, Jenny Buckles, Jennifer Caldwell, Urna Chaffin, Lisa Gill. Anjeanette McCall, Christina Meyers, Tracey Reber, Nancy Reynolds and Wendy Starkey, all students of Jeanette McCall. The ballet classes are sponsored by the City's recreation dept. Century Club Members NEW CHAMBER MEMBER The Rev. Clark Tea. right, of St. Mary the Virgin .Anglican Church of Las Vegas and St. Christopher's Church of Boulder City, was welcomed as a new member of the Henderson Chamber of Commerce by Rev. Caesar Caviglia, chamber president, at a recent meeting. Baseboll Standings PEE WEE TEAMS W L T MIDGET TE.\MS w L T Another Century Club plaque was presented to Vivian Erickson of Robert's Realty for their donation to the Boys' Club Century Club project. With Mrs. Erickson are Lee Zike, Boys' Club board member, and the club's director, Art Gutierrez. PIRATES 10 0 1 BEARS 8 3 GIANTS 721 REDS 9 1 0 HOMERS 641 PHILLIES 7 4 ANGELS 65 RED SOX 6 5 DODGERS 56 TIGERS 6 5 ASTROS 371 C.\RDINALS 4 6 YANKEES 38 YANKEES 3 8 I EAGLES I 38 EAGLES II 2 8 1 ALL-STARS 1 9 Glen Taylor, center, of BMI Inc., received a Century Club Award from Art Gutierrez, left, director of the Henderson Boys' Club, and Lee Zike, a member of the board of directors. Any business or individual donating $100 or more can become a member of the Century Club and receive one of the beautiful plaques. HENDERSON MUNICIPAL COURT Tharp Family Visits Home News dM>
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4 ^ \ Henderson Home Newt, HnfertM, jlerada NOUY Conl. tnm page 1 weaponry can becom* a reality. Me thinlu it luffices to say that if Presidents Carter and Brazhnev did nothing else but express and secure for us all and put their signatures to the hope that there will be no nuciaar war in our lifetime, in our childrens' lifetime and in the lifetime of our grandchildren, they have given us all they have given humanity at large the gift of life. Some wont buy Russia's promises. Others can point to agreamenU broken by the Soviets in the past. But in that perfect place for the signing of this treaty peaceftil and freedom loving Austria -during the days of this important conference that led to the signing of the SALT II treaty -this writer, often from only five or six feet away, loolied squarelv into Leonid Brezhnev's face. And in that strong, old face, he saw sincerity. All of us who were there saw it. We saw a desire in old Mr. Brezhnev's face to givie to the world one gift he alone could give from his perch as ruler of the most feared nation on earth the assurance that life is ours, that should nuclear warfare come to us, it won't come from Russia. He gave it with his signature. It's beyond me to really know, of course, whether he was being only benevolent. He might have been running scared frightened that Russia might lose the race, or lose the United States as a potential ally should the threat of nuclear war come from left field. He might be frightened of China. He might be frighteded of Iran under Khomeini's rule or the emergence of a nuclear capability in some other unstable country in the world. He might even fear what some of his own Russian followers might have in mind or what might develop there in the years between now and the end of this SALT II agreement in 1985. But whatever at President Jimmy Carter's side in that white and gilt ballroom of the old Hofburg imperial palace in Vienna. Brezhnev signed. We stood in the wings and looked down on that stirring and unforgettable scene in the Redoutensall a white paneled room with seven chandeliers suspended over a 119 year old green table built when the Holy Roman Empire of .Austro Hungary was still alive. At the table were only two white and gold braided chairs. And on that green table lay only the red • covered texts of the treaty for Brezhnev to sign, and the blue copy waiting for President Carters signature. The old man wrote very slowly that name so feared by so many, so important to so many more very slowly signing his name four times on separate documents. The younger man, Mr. Carter, wrote his name hurriedly. And when he had finished, folded his hands to wait. The two men stood then, the old man and the young, exchanged their folders and bent down to sign their names twice more. Then, straightening up, they exchanged copies, walked toward each other and reached out Brezhnev to take Carter's hand and grip it in his own. Then Jimmy Carter brought down the house, edging closer, reaching around the old man in the old Russian way to kiss Mr Brezhnev on the right cheek. The old man quickly caught the warmth of Carter's gesture and kissed the President of the United States on both cheeks. Applause -a standing ovation from that big room filled with dignitaries, guests and the working press from around the world. 1 was taken with this warm scene between the leaders of countries who could be the most dangerous of enemies It told me something. It told me that these two fellows weren't kidding. The kissing was for real. U was the melding of some of the fir5t points needed to one day lead to a real and open friendship between their two countries. Each then spoke to the world. Both expressed the same hope and promise for peace today, tomorrow and possibly forever. Carter we know We have heard him express those hopes before But from Brezhnev it came as the last biggift of his lifetime, a gift maybe of atonement to the world for all his sins, for all the bad faith he and his predecessors have perpetrated over the years. Whether the Congress accepts the treaty as it is, or changes its terms, is not for me to consider here. I don't think Brezhnev will object to changes, if the logic for them is there. But what is important is that the usually troublesome Russians joined in Vienna last Monday with us to help erase the fear with which we have lived since the nuclear age was born. .Much of that fear will remain for a time. That's true. But a beginning has been made to bring it to an end. That's what matters, as far as I'm concerned. One thing more. That kissing contest between Brezhnev and Carter may have been dreamed up by Jody Powell and his gang of 30 year old praise agents (the kissing picture made page one all over the world that day) But the emotions and the determination -the committment to peace it evokedthat was real. And that can lead to true disarmament and peace in the world in the years ahead. hmkihm].m\ Published cvrry TucuUl' *n marning it S Walcr Slrrt Hrndrrtufl Nevada. 88016. Phone 364 lUl MORRY ZESOrr Editor k Publiihrr I/srna Ketirnon Manaiint Editor k <>nrral Manager Mary StafTord Editorial Happy Prrhle AdverliMnK Manager RotaLe Slucki Bookkeeper ^ AitiiUnt Oneral Manager Kit Wllliimi Circulation Entered at the post ofTice in Hendertan. Nevada as tetond riait matter on June I IHI SUBSCHIPTION RATE.S MAIL StBSCRIPTIONS .\ll Phoioi, taken by the Hen drrton Home Vetai iXttf for ue or pokilble ue in thu ntw) paper are the *ole propert> of the Htndtrion Home Nett The Henderion Home Newi a<>5ume^ no financial responst bility far errors in advertiae ment^ We will reprint without rharfe or cancel the charge for thai portion of (he advcrtiic ment which ii in error if the Home Ne> ii'at fault itaflcCaef DM VMf ..ii (OB W9^ ff Himtttffi J Paf2 Police Cor Demolished in Heod-On Crash, Mon Gets Seven Chorges A Henderson police c^r was totally demolished and a 29-year-old man was arrested on charges of attempted murder, destruction of city property, contributing to the delinquency of a minor, failure to stop for police, driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor, resisting arrest and leaving the scene of an accident, in an early Tues. morning incident. Police said the incident began at approximately 1:45 a.m. when a Henderson police officer observed a black four-wheel vehicle driving recklessly upon the greens and fairways of the Black Mountain Country Club. The vehicle left the country club and officers attempted to stop the vehicle. The pursuit which followed lasted approximately six minutes mainly through the residential areas. At approximately 1:50 a.m. the vehicle had pulled off the road into a desert area section and three police units were sitting on the streets ot)servInglbe Vehicle in the dtescrt. At this point the car was stopped facing the police units. The car at this time accelerated at a high riite of speed from the desert, struck one of the police units head on knocking it approximately 25 feet backwards. The suspect backed up the vehicle and as the officer was exiting the police unit, the vehicle again accelerated forward and struck the squad car a second time. The door of the squad car at this point struck the officer. By this time a second squad car had pulled into the rear of the vehicle, blocking any further exit. The driver of the vehicle was identified as Carlstrom. The officer was treated by St. Rose de Lima hospital and released with minor injuries. Carlstrom was booked at the Henderson city jail. Joycees Seek 5-Yeor Advertising Bench Contract A franchise for the placement of advertising benches in the City of Henderson for a period of five years with the >Henderson Jaycees will be studied by the city council at a recessed meeting Mon. night at 7 p.m. The Jaycees have preciously held the franchise to the advertising benches in the city. The new ordinance specifies that all locations must be approved by the city and the advertising matter displayed on the benches be subject to all applicable laws and ordinances. All benches must conform to specifications established by the Department of building and safety and the Jaycees must provide liability insurance. In other actions Mon. night the council." "Authorized the city to receive bids for water reservoirs within the bond projects. "Approved the revised budget which is $155,000 less than previous in accordance with legislative mandates. -Set for a public hearing for July 16 a petition for vacation of right of way in section 8. -.Approved a resolution establishing intergovernmental service fund for engineering service. -Heard a report from Mr. Farina refuting allegations that his place of business was illegally conducting business. Water Line Breok Sporks Cloim A claim against the City of Henderson for damages alleged when a city water line was broken on May 29 by Nevada Power Co.. submitted by Henderson Bowl, was turned over to the city's insurance carrier by the city council Mon. night. Wayne Haines, superintendent of construction and maintenance for the city, said the break was repaired by the city's maintenance crew. When the water was turned back on the air was relieved from the main by the use of a fire hvdrant. He said some air could have been trapped in the lines to the Henderson Bowl causing it to break. In other actions the council" "Approved business licenses for family day care centers for Lauri Lienhard. 147 Copper and Oracle James. 2403 Bonita. -Waived the fee for the Catholic Welfare Henderson Day Care Center as a nonprofit organization. -Approved the serving of beerJuly4atMorrell Park for the Eagles. --.Approved a sign for Sunset Plumbing Supply at 739 Sunset Road. -Approved a sign for U.S. Homes advertising Desert Shadows. -Approved a final map for U.S. Homes in the Pittman area. ••Approved a minor sub^ division in section 4. -Approved a leaseagreement with the Henderson Boys' club for use of Crisler field at $1 for two months, The city will also pay for the power. POLICE SIGN CONTRACT -City Manager Bob Campbell and OfTicer Tom Burns are shown as Police signed their 1979-80 contract with the city. The city has 6 labor unions they negotiate with.. NEWS DESK Cent, from pg. 1 ThHr84ay. Jaa* II, ll7t 17-YMr-OidAnfited For Dongerdiis Weapon A 17-year-old Las Vegas youth was arrested by Henderson police on possession of a dangerous weapon after police stopped him for a routine traffic violation. The youth was stopped on Sunset Road and Boulder Highway and was unable to produce a driver'? license or registration for the vehicle. He appeared extremely nervous while in the vehicle and was requested to eidtlhe vehicle for an interview. As the youth exited the officer observed an object between the front seats which appeared to be a billy club. Upon removal of the object it was found to be a pair of num-chuks, two wooden handles connected with a nylon rope. .\s the youth was the driver and claimed ownership to the vehicle he was arrested for the possession of a dangerous weapon. The passenger was released. -".'/. Wsstwortd Codt Fran f^ift 1 quite comprehensible. These conditions include the filing of a plan as approved by the planning commission and the city council to serve as a guide to future site development in Phase 1, and to prepare a program to screen noise and glare from the nearby residents, to provide for gated limited access to the site f^om Wagonwheel Drive and to establish permanent hours of operation with sound control after 10:30 p.m. In other actions the council: "Approved a variance for James Keyes of 328 Balsa Street to allow a six foot high sloid fence where a four foot fence is the maximum allowed. "Approved a use permit to allow apartments, at the request of Dr. Harold Miller, in the general commercial district at 1632 through 1648 Athol Street. Also approved the architectural review of the new apartment complex. "Approved a use permit to allow limited auto repair in conjunction with retail tire sales at 350 N. Boulder Highway for Burl's Tire Company. Also approved the architectural review, signs and plot plan for the proposed new tire sales store. HALCO Com from pigi 1 If you bow at all, bow low." Chintii Provtrb review of applications for federal funding, among other things, h looks like* the crisis is here. Back to my editor's note...does anyone need a flunky with 30 yetrs experience? Save Fuel, Shop in Henderson within the community. He said that there were now 24,000 acres of R-R and R-E land but only 5,000 acres of R-1, medium and higher density land in the city and more land needed to be allocated for the second use. Councilman Phil Stout asked Lovitt where he thought the right to spread your arms would end and Lovitt replied that when you choose R-R you should be guaranteed it will remain that zone. "You've been told that R-R is a holding zone." Stout said. Councilmen Stout,' Lorna Kesterson and CaPltOn Lawrence voted in favorof the zone change with Councilrrtan Gary Price voting agaitiit and Mayor Lorin Williams abstained. • Htnderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Pages Thursday, June 21,1179 'Our Springtime Ballerinas' I' I THE RECREATION DEPARTMENT'S Ballet students presented a performance for family and friends last week. "Waltz of the Flowers" was performed by Kim Barmore, Lisa Buckles, Erin Campbell, Dawn Dressier, Carmen Hafen, Heather McCall, Jana Sarbacker, Heidi Scheffler, Susan Seegmiller, Corina Skewes and Angela Vieira. "SWAN LAKE BALLET SUITE' was performed by Brenda Buckles, Jenny Buckles, Jennifer Caldwell, Urna Chaffin, Lisa Gill. Anjeanette McCall, Christina Meyers, Tracey Reber, Nancy Reynolds and Wendy Starkey, all students of Jeanette McCall. The ballet classes are sponsored by the City's recreation dept. Century Club Members NEW CHAMBER MEMBER The Rev. Clark Tea. right, of St. Mary the Virgin .Anglican Church of Las Vegas and St. Christopher's Church of Boulder City, was welcomed as a new member of the Henderson Chamber of Commerce by Rev. Caesar Caviglia, chamber president, at a recent meeting. Baseboll Standings PEE WEE TEAMS W L T MIDGET TE.\MS w L T Another Century Club plaque was presented to Vivian Erickson of Robert's Realty for their donation to the Boys' Club Century Club project. With Mrs. Erickson are Lee Zike, Boys' Club board member, and the club's director, Art Gutierrez. PIRATES 10 0 1 BEARS 8 3 GIANTS 721 REDS 9 1 0 HOMERS 641 PHILLIES 7 4 ANGELS 65 RED SOX 6 5 DODGERS 56 TIGERS 6 5 ASTROS 371 C.\RDINALS 4 6 YANKEES 38 YANKEES 3 8 I EAGLES I 38 EAGLES II 2 8 1 ALL-STARS 1 9 Glen Taylor, center, of BMI Inc., received a Century Club Award from Art Gutierrez, left, director of the Henderson Boys' Club, and Lee Zike, a member of the board of directors. Any business or individual donating $100 or more can become a member of the Century Club and receive one of the beautiful plaques. HENDERSON MUNICIPAL COURT Tharp Family Visits Home News dM>
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HeiderMD Home News, Henderson, Nevada Ht Thunday, Jnne 21, lITf History Of The Community Church Of Henderson New Golf Pro At Black Mountain Offers Programs Moderators, continued (levenl of whom served more than one term> Jim Moore • Gary Season Chuck Galloway Anne Denny Nancy Campbell Bill Farmer and the moderator for this year is Betty Beason. HlfUlghtaof AeChwch Buying of church f ropity Church of ffenderson erty from War Assets as member of the United Signing petition for a church November 9, 1942. Ground breaking Ceremony for church -September 7. 1943. First Service in church February 22. 1944. Dedication of church September 23. 1945. New In your neighborhood? And Kill (Nrchini (or ttM iractry itort and mrt H'l mr Jok to holp you fool it homo tut. At ywir wtLCOIK WACON Hottou I can supply aniwors to your now nolthbortiood quottloni amt t)rin( a baskit of ilfti to MMt your family. Hundradi of pooflo lili* you in havo callod mo. I hopo you will, too. JANtriMMI I73-7M7 \ MSMVENa Nona RESntVIINSUUNa COMPANY OB Nay 2f, IfTt, tke Circuit Court of Cook Cavaty, Illiaaii kai ikclared the Reserve Insaraaee CSaH*y t be insolvent. The Com• issiMwr 91 Iisaraace of the SUte of Nevada has BoUfled tke uadersigaed of this insolnney. All ^licyholders of Reserve Insurance ComHBy are hereby advised to secure replacement coverages immedialely. All Nevada poUcyhoMers. former poiicyholders and leinholders having outstandinf;, unsettled claims against this company or having aay questions regarding this insolvency skoeld imoMdiately conuct the undersigned. KVAOA MSMUNQ GUARANn ASSOQATION 1100 EAH SAMARA AVI, sum 109 LAS VKAS. IIVADA M104 A&W FAMILY RESTAURANT NOW OPEN AT 9.00 A.M. Coffee 10^ til 12.00 Noon TRY OUR NEW MfNU! WEEKEND SPECIAL FREE Vi GAL OF A&W ROOTBEER REG $I OO) WITH A $3.00 FOOD PURCNASEi WE SERVE BREAKFAST FROM 9:00 A.M.'TIL CLOSING ::^ A&W FAMILY RESTAURANT ^ 210 S. Bato Hwy. 56^12 •%l Indltidual | Cantractor I &CoRgultaiitl BOB aOEU Is Several Companiei To Choose From.^ Wt will Htip I yov with: Plumbing • Moionry Eltctricol Room Additioni o Drafting 2130 BOULDER^ HIGHWAY €i HDERSON PHONE 56S^17 565-0516 ggl ^ Administration • ^pt' ember 29. 194. Dedication of Hammond Organ August 1945. Recognition Services f6r_ leaders of Women's Groups. Recognition Services for leaders and officers of Youth Groups. Recognition Services for Sunday School teachers and officers. Dedications of-new buildings: Gilbert .Hall. Haynes Chapel. Educational Building, Altar in Educational Building. Mortgage burning pro* Hdkm at the BaaicMagMahui, Inc. Plant.This brought such a decrease in membership and finances that there seemed to be a necessity for re-organizing. 2. When Proteatant de* • omfaiatkHia began bolldIng in Henderaon, -Uiere waa also another decrease in membership just when it was felt that the church was recovering from the first decrease. However, as industry moved several subdivisions were built and the population increased. Naturally this gave impetus to the churches and the Community Ch4irch became alen to the change. Note: The city now has 4 Baptist. 1 Episcopal. 1 Lutheran. 1 Nazarene. 1 Foursquare. 1 Assembly of God, 1 Presbyterian, 2 LDS chapels, and 1 Jehova Witness faiths. 3. Change of Mlnlatera. A subsequent necessity for supply created much uncertainty. Many times the committee in charge have been at wit's end for a supply minister and a layman was used. The programs that were planned and active in the first year of the church were gradually laid aside because of lack of leadership, but through the years we find these ideas had taken root and a fuller program is active. How Were Tbeat Problems Met? For one thing,and perhaps this is the answer to how problems are confronted the Council met regularly, discussed all matters of the congregation; the women of the Women's Association never failed in a tight place regarding finances, and we have always been blessed with dedicated Moderators and layment. Sometimes we askourselves how was it done? Well, could it be that we stuck together? THOMPSON'S HONORED BY CHAMBER Lt. Jim Thompson and his wife, Mrs. Lt. Joyce Thompson of ^e local Salvation Army, were honored recently by the Chamber of Comnflrce for their outstanding work in the community since their arrival inHenderson. The Thompsons are leaving next weeic for Douglas, Arizona. Fr. Caesar Caviglia, chamber president, presented the Thompsons with the award. XI Alpho XI Travels Our cruise ship "Seek New Horizons" has dropped anchor for the last time thisyear. We all met at the home of Ramona Baughman for a last farewell. A pledge Ritual was held .May 21 for three new passengers we had picked up on our cruise as they had joined us^or the last two months of our cruise They are Jan Mentzcl. Debbie .Smith, and Barbara Dickensheets. WELCOME ABOARD, GIRLS! During our program of the evening, we each talked about our ideal person whom we most admired and gave reasons why we feel this way. Needless to say this also was a very interesting discussion for the girls, as everybody had something to add to this program. Immediately following this portion of the meeting, a vote waS THE HENDERSON PUBLIC LIBRARY 55 WATER STREET HENDERSON PHONE 565-8402 Ntedsosetof HARVARD CLASSKS The staff would be grateful if someone could donate a set to the library since it is unable to buy the books because it is no longer in print. Please if you can help, get in touch with the Library. taken to find our Most Sociable Girl. CONGRATS go to our lovely Jan Ladanyi!!! As we all enjoy eating and talking at the same time, we decided to combine our program with the delicious barbe-que prepared by the girls. We had Helen Keller, hamburgers, Rosalind Russel, hot dogs. Pearl S. Buck, potato salad, beans, relishes, and many other delicacies as John Wayne and cherry pies. This was the night we've spent nine months waiting for. as the iden.tity of our secret sisters were at last revealed to us. The months of receiving anonymous cards and gifts on special occasions from that special mystery sender at last was to be over. We all spent a frustrating hour on the living room floor trying to guess who she was. If we were wrong. our gift remained unopened 'til our next turn around. Only a few of the girls guessed right the first time up. Towards the end of the evening we each drew names for new secret sisters, the girl we will spend the next nine months plying with gifts that mysteriously appear on the door-step and anonymous cards sent through the mail for no other reason than to say "Hi", or "I'm thinking of you", and hopeCarducci Shampooing Carpel & Upholstery Cleaning HIEE ESTIMATE HOME MAMTBIIANCE Pheni-JM.si4 lOU A new golf pre at the Black Mountain country Cub plans to rejuvenate the golf program in Henderson and will start programs to involve the youth in the sport. Gold clinics will start June 20 and extend for a four weeks period. The groups will include from four to eight persons so those involved will be receiving individual attention at group rates. Les Kincaid, formerly of California, said that he will begin tournaments in July to include the age groups from 7-10. 11-14 years of age. and lS-18. He also plans to teach adults, in eitHer groups or individual Itiaona. "Gold is a sport you can enjoy as a child and carry it through until you're old," Kincaid said, "h isn't like tennis where you have to give it up in later "years." He said he liked to involve children because it keeps the kids off the streets with something constructive and fun to do. and gives plenty of fresh air. The tournament ii July will cost a $5 entry tee and there will be trophies and golf balls given as priies. When school starts there will be more emphasis on the youth. Kincaid said. For more information call 565-7933. Lutheran Church News Our Savior's Lutheran Church. 59 Lynn Lane holds worship services at 10:45 a.m. The Rev. Community church News The Community Church of Henderson. United Church of Christ, located at 27 E. Texas Ave. and Army St.. one block North of the Rainbow Club, would like to invite you to join our Sunday worship service which begins at 9:30 a.m. Rev. Bob Richards will deliver his sermon entitled The Struggle of the Soul. There is no Sunday School during • the Summer. The Women's Association meets the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 1 p.m. in Gilbert Hall. The Women's Association is a very active group which lends itself to Christian living and service. For the ladies that work during the day we have an evening Christian fellowship for women, the Joy Fellowship. The Joy Fellowship meets the fourth Thursday of each month in members homes. The Joy Fellowship chose Eunice Kling as our "Senior of the Month" for June. Congratulations to this dedicated woman. If you have any questions about the Commuaity Church please feel free to call our office, 565-8563. Our office is open Monday 9-12 noon, Wednesday through Friday 9-12 noon. Come join us; we would love to have you worship with us. fiilly keep her guessing as to the identity of her secret sister. We've spent many, many months this year traveling to the four corners of the world learning the customs of our neighbors, tasting their cuisine, tracing aome of our own family traditions and storing all the beautiful memories along the way. We have met several new friend*, said good-bye to a few of our old friends, but still it has beena year we will remember Ronald Mayer is our pastor. Another work day is planned for June ioth. h can be fun to work with fellow Christians, so don't let the title "work" scare you away. The work days start about nine o'clock. Wear your old clothes • see you there. If you have any questions contact Vic Neumiller. Our Saviors is planning for the Vacation Bible School to be held from July 16 to the 20th from 9 a.m. til 11:30 a.m. The theme this year is "Jesus, I Am His, He's Mine. free-will offering will be taken each day to help defray expenses. Each day will consist of Bible Study, much joyful singing, arts and crafts and light refreshments. For additional information please call Wayne WinA "Gong Show" is being planned for this fall. If you have talent or non-talent and would like to perform in the show, contact Paula Rinker or Cliff Nauenberg! Toinake this a success, it needs many interested people. Gel yonr act together! Please call our Prayer Chain at 564-1627 when you feel the need for prayers. God hean and answers prayers. Pastor's Comen "God measures layalty by ervicer* KeepRtI Wei BabysitI! The Parks and Racreation Department is offering a super deal to mothers with small children who want to take an exercise class I! There are two classes offered; one meets Monday. Wednesday and Friday morning from 9 to 10 a.m. The other class is scheduled for Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6 to 7 p.m. sion will be offered for children 0ver 1 year of age at a cost totaling 25 cents per hour. However, all fees must be paid prior to the beginning of class. Registration will begin June 18. 1979 in Room 22. City Htll Annex, 201 Lead Street, Henderson. If you have any questions. please feel free to ull 565-8921. extension 32. Hendersoii Home News, Henderson, Nevai hr L JISSII UNNITT Chinese Proverb... "You cannot prevent the birds of sadness fh>ro flying over your head, bat you can keep them f^om building nests in your hair." At Rose de Lima While visiting the Emergency section of Rose de Lima, saw Wanda Schimbeck being wheeled into the X-ray room. Wanda's there for a check up. Hurry and get well Wanda. Friends and neighbors miss Wanda's friendly smile and good humor. Home fVom California Cathy and Chuck Bodkin were in town for a short visit. Cathy is the former Catherine Porter, daughter ofNadine and Jared Porter. They are now living in Southern California. Record Bug Being a "record bug" I always read anything that remotely resembles vital records. You know ... marriages, deaths, births, etc... I have a hard time passing a cemetery without wanting to view the stones and the records on them. So when glancing through the Valley Times, 'Las Vegas Marriage Licences" really caught my eye. Several Henderson people took that big step and took out a marriage license the last couple of days in May. (25th) Louis. Carducci and Margie L. Duncan of Henderson and Janis Sue Titmus of Boulder City and Raroone Rodrequez of Cedar City, Utah (26th) Timothy K. Noonan and Debbie Lynn Nosker, both of Henderson (30th) David A. Crine and Michele Susan Morrell both of Henderson. Congratulations to these Henderson and Boulder City couples and much happiness. Progress Seems like a lot of things are "up-in-theair" a lot of the time these days. But we have proof as we travel up Water Street and see the building housing Hal M. Francis, Business Consultant, up several feet off the ground. Do you think it is the sign of the times? : Hospital Visitor Hospitalised in Las Vegas for a few days recently was Hank Pfeiffer. Hank operated the Barber shop in the old Victory Village store (furniture warehouse now) oh, those many years ago. After living at Page, Ariz, for a long time, Hank and wife are back home in Henderson. Hope he feels as good as he looks. t To California Cherie and David Wennerholm were off to Southern California for a quick visit last weekend. Think the gas lines are getting shorter there, too. Re-Decorating Happened into Dr. Stan Jones' dental office the other day and the waiting room was pretty full. Not with patients this time, but paper hangers (I think maybe they were 'interio decorators) Anyway his office sure is pretty. Also to California Harry Cartwright took his grandson, Kurt Dillard and they enjoyed a vacation in Southern California recently. They enjoyed the sights of West Covina and visited with relatives there. Mscekneous News l/Ss&ks Billy Graham Said... Once "Prayer is the rope that pulls (}od and man together. But it doesn't pull God down to us; it pulls us up to him." Hospitalized Get well wishes are sent out to Vera Brown who has been in Desert Springs Hospital in Las Vegas. Be up and around soon, Vera. Alpha Beta News President Sherry Peck held her first executive Board meeting last Thursday. The calendar was set up for the upcoming year. The service committee has a program to sponsor a children's ootuge in BoalderCity. Ways and means will be operating a fireworks staad in Ptttmaa from June 28 through the fourth of July. Father's Day The day to honor the Fathers df the nation was last week and many Henderson folk took the occasion to visit their fathers. David and Marceil (Peterson) Walker along with their children traveled I 15 and U.S. 89toEphraim, Utah to visit Marceil's dad, Leo Peterson. Leo and Marva Peterson lived in Henderson for many years before moving to Utah. To the Big City World travelers, Elaine Langford and Harriet Phillips have been in London, England for ,the past two weeks. What wonderful stories they will be able to tell. Both ladies are genealogists and seeking the records of their forebearers from the Island Kingdom. They are two great ladies. Elaine is a teacher, at C.T. Sewell and Hai-riet is the Receptionist at Dr. Bennett's dental office. (I think their speech is different, too) Baby Daughter Born Larry and Connie (Weideman) Workman are the proud parents of a beautiful baby girl. She will be named Blisha Beth Workman and was born on June 15, 1979*at Rose de Lima Hospital. She will never be lonely because she has big sister and brother, Belinda and Lariiy waiting for her at home. Proud grandmother Beth Weideman is a familiar face at the cash registers at local Skaggs Drug Center. Vacation Enjoying an early summer vacation in Southern California are brothers, Arnold and Robert Porter. The are the sons of Jared and Nadine Porter. To Idaho Dr. Jan Bennett and wife Janet combined business and pleasure in Sun Valley, Idaho where they enjoyed a Dental Convention and then run the Snake River. Their sons stayed with their cousins in .Mpine, Utah (Larry and Shirley Gibson formerly of Henderson and Boulder City.) Quick Vacation Eleanor and Sam Davis dnd their children, Anette, Susan, Tim and Kendall took the super highways of sister state California to visit Eleanor's parents in Sacramento. Family vacations are the greatest. Wise Saying From the pen of the U.S. President James A. Garfield, "If wrinkle.s must be written upon our brows, let them not be written upon the heart. The spirit should not grow old." And also, "I have had many troubles in my life, but the worst of them never came." New Baby June 6, 1979 was a beautif\il, red-letter day for Kathy and Dan Sanders. For that was the day their little daughter, Rebecca Lynn Sanders, was born at Rose de Lima Hospital in Henderson. She is the young couple's first child. Proud Henderson grandmother is Margaret Sanders. Past Acquaintance My how the years pass!! Saw Ann Dromirecki at the Skaggs Drug Center the other afternoon and it brought back many memories of when I, too, was employed at Titanium Metals. Ann has been with the company for well over twenty years now as an Executive Secretary. Lost is Found We had a surprise visit from a relative we were not aware existed. He is Alan Bennett and his wife and three children from Irvine, Ca. He is my husband's nephew. We really had a very special visit and know we will not lose track of them again. Baseball Fan The Dodgers have quite a few "home" games scheduled right now and Mike Burns was in Los Angeles to take in a few of them and enjoy the national pass-time (baseball) and the ocean scene of Southern California. Lucky. The social Committee will be taking us on an imaginary trip around the world. Stop offs include an evening in Pahs, a night in foggy London, and catching an Italian Festi* val in Naples. All our dreams come true as we wind down the year with our fmal stop at Fantasy bland. h s going to be a great year. PRICES EFFECTIVE JUNE 21,22 b 23,1979 / 7"v muMK TOPS MARKET YOUR HOMETOWN MARKET COMPLETE UNE OF GROCERIES, PRODUCE, MEATS, COLO BEER b WINE OPEN 9 AM TO 7 PM MONDAY THRU SATURDAY CLOSED SUNDAY WE ACCEPT FOOD STAMPS CUDAHY USDA CHOICE BEEF BEEF 1J9i> FRONT BEEF 1.19i> WHOLE,,, BEEF 1.35i> •FWANCIIB AWIUaU ON APfROVH) CflHirr CUTTING, WMfflNC i FREBWG fflg MEAT DEPARTMENT PRESSED SUCEDANY THICKNESS RIB 1,98 LB STEAK THRIFTY BACON LONGHORN CHEESE LB / BONELESS LB GROCERY SPECIALS HORMa VIENNA SAUSAGE 6 0Z 10 EACH HORMa SPAM 12oz 'r' ANTHONY MACARONI b CHEESE DINNER 4 FOR 89^ fic COIA 6/16 oz BOTTLES H39 DIAL SOAP BATH SIZE OgO KEEBLER ICE CREAM CUPS TEMPTING PRODUCE U& IN. 1 10 LE BAG POTATOES lARGERIPESlJCING -. TOMATOES 59^ LB PHONE 565-7070 10 W. PACIHC ST. BIHER FRS SSDUSS CUCUMBERS 25^LB SWSTRIPE PEACHES 10 IB TOPSMAfiKET LOTS OF PARKNG AVAILABLE USE OUR BACK DOOR ENTRANCE! nammm yn^ulwfa irfldfitei '-^ • *" -' idttM LL

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HeiderMD Home News, Henderson, Nevada Ht Thunday, Jnne 21, lITf History Of The Community Church Of Henderson New Golf Pro At Black Mountain Offers Programs Moderators, continued (levenl of whom served more than one term> Jim Moore • Gary Season Chuck Galloway Anne Denny Nancy Campbell Bill Farmer and the moderator for this year is Betty Beason. HlfUlghtaof AeChwch Buying of church f ropity Church of ffenderson erty from War Assets as member of the United Signing petition for a church November 9, 1942. Ground breaking Ceremony for church -September 7. 1943. First Service in church February 22. 1944. Dedication of church September 23. 1945. New In your neighborhood? And Kill (Nrchini (or ttM iractry itort and mrt H'l mr Jok to holp you fool it homo tut. At ywir wtLCOIK WACON Hottou I can supply aniwors to your now nolthbortiood quottloni amt t)rin( a baskit of ilfti to MMt your family. Hundradi of pooflo lili* you in havo callod mo. I hopo you will, too. JANtriMMI I73-7M7 \ MSMVENa Nona RESntVIINSUUNa COMPANY OB Nay 2f, IfTt, tke Circuit Court of Cook Cavaty, Illiaaii kai ikclared the Reserve Insaraaee CSaH*y t be insolvent. The Com• issiMwr 91 Iisaraace of the SUte of Nevada has BoUfled tke uadersigaed of this insolnney. All ^licyholders of Reserve Insurance ComHBy are hereby advised to secure replacement coverages immedialely. All Nevada poUcyhoMers. former poiicyholders and leinholders having outstandinf;, unsettled claims against this company or having aay questions regarding this insolvency skoeld imoMdiately conuct the undersigned. KVAOA MSMUNQ GUARANn ASSOQATION 1100 EAH SAMARA AVI, sum 109 LAS VKAS. IIVADA M104 A&W FAMILY RESTAURANT NOW OPEN AT 9.00 A.M. Coffee 10^ til 12.00 Noon TRY OUR NEW MfNU! WEEKEND SPECIAL FREE Vi GAL OF A&W ROOTBEER REG $I OO) WITH A $3.00 FOOD PURCNASEi WE SERVE BREAKFAST FROM 9:00 A.M.'TIL CLOSING ::^ A&W FAMILY RESTAURANT ^ 210 S. Bato Hwy. 56^12 •%l Indltidual | Cantractor I &CoRgultaiitl BOB aOEU Is Several Companiei To Choose From.^ Wt will Htip I yov with: Plumbing • Moionry Eltctricol Room Additioni o Drafting 2130 BOULDER^ HIGHWAY €i HDERSON PHONE 56S^17 565-0516 ggl ^ Administration • ^pt' ember 29. 194. Dedication of Hammond Organ August 1945. Recognition Services f6r_ leaders of Women's Groups. Recognition Services for leaders and officers of Youth Groups. Recognition Services for Sunday School teachers and officers. Dedications of-new buildings: Gilbert .Hall. Haynes Chapel. Educational Building, Altar in Educational Building. Mortgage burning pro* Hdkm at the BaaicMagMahui, Inc. Plant.This brought such a decrease in membership and finances that there seemed to be a necessity for re-organizing. 2. When Proteatant de* • omfaiatkHia began bolldIng in Henderaon, -Uiere waa also another decrease in membership just when it was felt that the church was recovering from the first decrease. However, as industry moved several subdivisions were built and the population increased. Naturally this gave impetus to the churches and the Community Ch4irch became alen to the change. Note: The city now has 4 Baptist. 1 Episcopal. 1 Lutheran. 1 Nazarene. 1 Foursquare. 1 Assembly of God, 1 Presbyterian, 2 LDS chapels, and 1 Jehova Witness faiths. 3. Change of Mlnlatera. A subsequent necessity for supply created much uncertainty. Many times the committee in charge have been at wit's end for a supply minister and a layman was used. The programs that were planned and active in the first year of the church were gradually laid aside because of lack of leadership, but through the years we find these ideas had taken root and a fuller program is active. How Were Tbeat Problems Met? For one thing,and perhaps this is the answer to how problems are confronted the Council met regularly, discussed all matters of the congregation; the women of the Women's Association never failed in a tight place regarding finances, and we have always been blessed with dedicated Moderators and layment. Sometimes we askourselves how was it done? Well, could it be that we stuck together? THOMPSON'S HONORED BY CHAMBER Lt. Jim Thompson and his wife, Mrs. Lt. Joyce Thompson of ^e local Salvation Army, were honored recently by the Chamber of Comnflrce for their outstanding work in the community since their arrival inHenderson. The Thompsons are leaving next weeic for Douglas, Arizona. Fr. Caesar Caviglia, chamber president, presented the Thompsons with the award. XI Alpho XI Travels Our cruise ship "Seek New Horizons" has dropped anchor for the last time thisyear. We all met at the home of Ramona Baughman for a last farewell. A pledge Ritual was held .May 21 for three new passengers we had picked up on our cruise as they had joined us^or the last two months of our cruise They are Jan Mentzcl. Debbie .Smith, and Barbara Dickensheets. WELCOME ABOARD, GIRLS! During our program of the evening, we each talked about our ideal person whom we most admired and gave reasons why we feel this way. Needless to say this also was a very interesting discussion for the girls, as everybody had something to add to this program. Immediately following this portion of the meeting, a vote waS THE HENDERSON PUBLIC LIBRARY 55 WATER STREET HENDERSON PHONE 565-8402 Ntedsosetof HARVARD CLASSKS The staff would be grateful if someone could donate a set to the library since it is unable to buy the books because it is no longer in print. Please if you can help, get in touch with the Library. taken to find our Most Sociable Girl. CONGRATS go to our lovely Jan Ladanyi!!! As we all enjoy eating and talking at the same time, we decided to combine our program with the delicious barbe-que prepared by the girls. We had Helen Keller, hamburgers, Rosalind Russel, hot dogs. Pearl S. Buck, potato salad, beans, relishes, and many other delicacies as John Wayne and cherry pies. This was the night we've spent nine months waiting for. as the iden.tity of our secret sisters were at last revealed to us. The months of receiving anonymous cards and gifts on special occasions from that special mystery sender at last was to be over. We all spent a frustrating hour on the living room floor trying to guess who she was. If we were wrong. our gift remained unopened 'til our next turn around. Only a few of the girls guessed right the first time up. Towards the end of the evening we each drew names for new secret sisters, the girl we will spend the next nine months plying with gifts that mysteriously appear on the door-step and anonymous cards sent through the mail for no other reason than to say "Hi", or "I'm thinking of you", and hopeCarducci Shampooing Carpel & Upholstery Cleaning HIEE ESTIMATE HOME MAMTBIIANCE Pheni-JM.si4 lOU A new golf pre at the Black Mountain country Cub plans to rejuvenate the golf program in Henderson and will start programs to involve the youth in the sport. Gold clinics will start June 20 and extend for a four weeks period. The groups will include from four to eight persons so those involved will be receiving individual attention at group rates. Les Kincaid, formerly of California, said that he will begin tournaments in July to include the age groups from 7-10. 11-14 years of age. and lS-18. He also plans to teach adults, in eitHer groups or individual Itiaona. "Gold is a sport you can enjoy as a child and carry it through until you're old," Kincaid said, "h isn't like tennis where you have to give it up in later "years." He said he liked to involve children because it keeps the kids off the streets with something constructive and fun to do. and gives plenty of fresh air. The tournament ii July will cost a $5 entry tee and there will be trophies and golf balls given as priies. When school starts there will be more emphasis on the youth. Kincaid said. For more information call 565-7933. Lutheran Church News Our Savior's Lutheran Church. 59 Lynn Lane holds worship services at 10:45 a.m. The Rev. Community church News The Community Church of Henderson. United Church of Christ, located at 27 E. Texas Ave. and Army St.. one block North of the Rainbow Club, would like to invite you to join our Sunday worship service which begins at 9:30 a.m. Rev. Bob Richards will deliver his sermon entitled The Struggle of the Soul. There is no Sunday School during • the Summer. The Women's Association meets the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 1 p.m. in Gilbert Hall. The Women's Association is a very active group which lends itself to Christian living and service. For the ladies that work during the day we have an evening Christian fellowship for women, the Joy Fellowship. The Joy Fellowship meets the fourth Thursday of each month in members homes. The Joy Fellowship chose Eunice Kling as our "Senior of the Month" for June. Congratulations to this dedicated woman. If you have any questions about the Commuaity Church please feel free to call our office, 565-8563. Our office is open Monday 9-12 noon, Wednesday through Friday 9-12 noon. Come join us; we would love to have you worship with us. fiilly keep her guessing as to the identity of her secret sister. We've spent many, many months this year traveling to the four corners of the world learning the customs of our neighbors, tasting their cuisine, tracing aome of our own family traditions and storing all the beautiful memories along the way. We have met several new friend*, said good-bye to a few of our old friends, but still it has beena year we will remember Ronald Mayer is our pastor. Another work day is planned for June ioth. h can be fun to work with fellow Christians, so don't let the title "work" scare you away. The work days start about nine o'clock. Wear your old clothes • see you there. If you have any questions contact Vic Neumiller. Our Saviors is planning for the Vacation Bible School to be held from July 16 to the 20th from 9 a.m. til 11:30 a.m. The theme this year is "Jesus, I Am His, He's Mine. free-will offering will be taken each day to help defray expenses. Each day will consist of Bible Study, much joyful singing, arts and crafts and light refreshments. For additional information please call Wayne WinA "Gong Show" is being planned for this fall. If you have talent or non-talent and would like to perform in the show, contact Paula Rinker or Cliff Nauenberg! Toinake this a success, it needs many interested people. Gel yonr act together! Please call our Prayer Chain at 564-1627 when you feel the need for prayers. God hean and answers prayers. Pastor's Comen "God measures layalty by ervicer* KeepRtI Wei BabysitI! The Parks and Racreation Department is offering a super deal to mothers with small children who want to take an exercise class I! There are two classes offered; one meets Monday. Wednesday and Friday morning from 9 to 10 a.m. The other class is scheduled for Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6 to 7 p.m. sion will be offered for children 0ver 1 year of age at a cost totaling 25 cents per hour. However, all fees must be paid prior to the beginning of class. Registration will begin June 18. 1979 in Room 22. City Htll Annex, 201 Lead Street, Henderson. If you have any questions. please feel free to ull 565-8921. extension 32. Hendersoii Home News, Henderson, Nevai hr L JISSII UNNITT Chinese Proverb... "You cannot prevent the birds of sadness fh>ro flying over your head, bat you can keep them f^om building nests in your hair." At Rose de Lima While visiting the Emergency section of Rose de Lima, saw Wanda Schimbeck being wheeled into the X-ray room. Wanda's there for a check up. Hurry and get well Wanda. Friends and neighbors miss Wanda's friendly smile and good humor. Home fVom California Cathy and Chuck Bodkin were in town for a short visit. Cathy is the former Catherine Porter, daughter ofNadine and Jared Porter. They are now living in Southern California. Record Bug Being a "record bug" I always read anything that remotely resembles vital records. You know ... marriages, deaths, births, etc... I have a hard time passing a cemetery without wanting to view the stones and the records on them. So when glancing through the Valley Times, 'Las Vegas Marriage Licences" really caught my eye. Several Henderson people took that big step and took out a marriage license the last couple of days in May. (25th) Louis. Carducci and Margie L. Duncan of Henderson and Janis Sue Titmus of Boulder City and Raroone Rodrequez of Cedar City, Utah (26th) Timothy K. Noonan and Debbie Lynn Nosker, both of Henderson (30th) David A. Crine and Michele Susan Morrell both of Henderson. Congratulations to these Henderson and Boulder City couples and much happiness. Progress Seems like a lot of things are "up-in-theair" a lot of the time these days. But we have proof as we travel up Water Street and see the building housing Hal M. Francis, Business Consultant, up several feet off the ground. Do you think it is the sign of the times? : Hospital Visitor Hospitalised in Las Vegas for a few days recently was Hank Pfeiffer. Hank operated the Barber shop in the old Victory Village store (furniture warehouse now) oh, those many years ago. After living at Page, Ariz, for a long time, Hank and wife are back home in Henderson. Hope he feels as good as he looks. t To California Cherie and David Wennerholm were off to Southern California for a quick visit last weekend. Think the gas lines are getting shorter there, too. Re-Decorating Happened into Dr. Stan Jones' dental office the other day and the waiting room was pretty full. Not with patients this time, but paper hangers (I think maybe they were 'interio decorators) Anyway his office sure is pretty. Also to California Harry Cartwright took his grandson, Kurt Dillard and they enjoyed a vacation in Southern California recently. They enjoyed the sights of West Covina and visited with relatives there. Mscekneous News l/Ss&ks Billy Graham Said... Once "Prayer is the rope that pulls (}od and man together. But it doesn't pull God down to us; it pulls us up to him." Hospitalized Get well wishes are sent out to Vera Brown who has been in Desert Springs Hospital in Las Vegas. Be up and around soon, Vera. Alpha Beta News President Sherry Peck held her first executive Board meeting last Thursday. The calendar was set up for the upcoming year. The service committee has a program to sponsor a children's ootuge in BoalderCity. Ways and means will be operating a fireworks staad in Ptttmaa from June 28 through the fourth of July. Father's Day The day to honor the Fathers df the nation was last week and many Henderson folk took the occasion to visit their fathers. David and Marceil (Peterson) Walker along with their children traveled I 15 and U.S. 89toEphraim, Utah to visit Marceil's dad, Leo Peterson. Leo and Marva Peterson lived in Henderson for many years before moving to Utah. To the Big City World travelers, Elaine Langford and Harriet Phillips have been in London, England for ,the past two weeks. What wonderful stories they will be able to tell. Both ladies are genealogists and seeking the records of their forebearers from the Island Kingdom. They are two great ladies. Elaine is a teacher, at C.T. Sewell and Hai-riet is the Receptionist at Dr. Bennett's dental office. (I think their speech is different, too) Baby Daughter Born Larry and Connie (Weideman) Workman are the proud parents of a beautiful baby girl. She will be named Blisha Beth Workman and was born on June 15, 1979*at Rose de Lima Hospital. She will never be lonely because she has big sister and brother, Belinda and Lariiy waiting for her at home. Proud grandmother Beth Weideman is a familiar face at the cash registers at local Skaggs Drug Center. Vacation Enjoying an early summer vacation in Southern California are brothers, Arnold and Robert Porter. The are the sons of Jared and Nadine Porter. To Idaho Dr. Jan Bennett and wife Janet combined business and pleasure in Sun Valley, Idaho where they enjoyed a Dental Convention and then run the Snake River. Their sons stayed with their cousins in .Mpine, Utah (Larry and Shirley Gibson formerly of Henderson and Boulder City.) Quick Vacation Eleanor and Sam Davis dnd their children, Anette, Susan, Tim and Kendall took the super highways of sister state California to visit Eleanor's parents in Sacramento. Family vacations are the greatest. Wise Saying From the pen of the U.S. President James A. Garfield, "If wrinkle.s must be written upon our brows, let them not be written upon the heart. The spirit should not grow old." And also, "I have had many troubles in my life, but the worst of them never came." New Baby June 6, 1979 was a beautif\il, red-letter day for Kathy and Dan Sanders. For that was the day their little daughter, Rebecca Lynn Sanders, was born at Rose de Lima Hospital in Henderson. She is the young couple's first child. Proud Henderson grandmother is Margaret Sanders. Past Acquaintance My how the years pass!! Saw Ann Dromirecki at the Skaggs Drug Center the other afternoon and it brought back many memories of when I, too, was employed at Titanium Metals. Ann has been with the company for well over twenty years now as an Executive Secretary. Lost is Found We had a surprise visit from a relative we were not aware existed. He is Alan Bennett and his wife and three children from Irvine, Ca. He is my husband's nephew. We really had a very special visit and know we will not lose track of them again. Baseball Fan The Dodgers have quite a few "home" games scheduled right now and Mike Burns was in Los Angeles to take in a few of them and enjoy the national pass-time (baseball) and the ocean scene of Southern California. Lucky. The social Committee will be taking us on an imaginary trip around the world. Stop offs include an evening in Pahs, a night in foggy London, and catching an Italian Festi* val in Naples. All our dreams come true as we wind down the year with our fmal stop at Fantasy bland. h s going to be a great year. 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Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada k iP <' By Mary Stafford Last night the Henderson Boys' Club Board of Directors and staff honored longtime resident and staunch supporter of the club, Frank Price. by naming the Games Room for him. A large turnout was expected to pay tribute to the octogenarian who was born October 2, 1889 in Phoenix, Arizona. His parients were missionaries who had come to Arizona to work with the Indians. At the very early age of 10, Price left home and said he worked hard all his life, coming to Nevada in 1942, practically when the town was started. "Kids are what I cace about." he has always claimed. "Being a poor kid myself, I like to help with children in any way I can. He has certainly proven that by contributing to the Boys' Club to help send kids to camp, as well ^s the Salvation Army Camp appeal and the Sun Camp Fund. He is also a longtime member of the Shriners who are noted for their children's hospitals. Helen Lutters. one of the most warmhearted people I know of along with husband Dick, came home from a few days stay at St. Rose de Lima Hospital last Friday and is now recuperating under the watchful eye of her hubby. One of the favorite projects of the couple is providing the birthday parties for one cottage of boys at the Children's Home in Boulder City. Everytime one of the boys has a birthday, they buy a desired gift which they deliver on the spe cial day along with ice cream and other goodies One time one of the boys had requested skate board gloves, medium siie. Helen related that they drove^ll over the Las Vegas valley trying to locate the gloves but could only find them in Ic-ge or small sizes. They (j. My hit a store that had medium, but only after an exhaustive search. That's true dedication! This Saturday evening the Lutters are hosting a farewell pot luck dinner for Lt. and Mrs. Lt. Jim Thompson of the local Salvation Army who are leaving Henderson June 27. Dick is chairman of the Army's Advisory Board and those of us who serve on the board and have worked closely with the Thompsons thought It appropriate to have an informal gettogether for the popular couple who, in just 18 short months, became such an important part NEW OWNER-WAYUND GATE BRINGS TO HENDERSON BERER, FfflENDUER, FASTER SERVICE PLUS DEUCIOUS FOOD! We invite you to call in your order or come in arid see us. NO WAITING-CALL IN ADVANCE PHONE ^ 565-8375 MBOure Hippy UUij MiFMC, BURGERS OWN RWGS 7,, French Fried MUSHROOMS M. Super Sonic With Cheese l v-.t ) -I*. MO I o loano ) SUrtRSOMC IM oow* t*!*' WO MO lOflK) SHAKSANOWCH N.LCHEE$€ FMCM FRIES •eW*'f TATERTOTS M CHILI Ptc • •*'(>• • <•%. BURRITO FOUNTAIN FAVORITES HOT COFFEE ^ HOT CHOCOLATE Jt MILX M SLUSH 3SMI'-7' OttkCI b#| (HICK l>t ArJV fPEPSICOLAI ROOT BEER 7UP fmi LemoiMde LIMAOE TAB CEO TEA SM J5 WED 4S LRC 70 •7r •7' I.' 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Frances attended as a lay delegate from Grace Community Church in Boulder City and was accompanied by Rev. and Mrs. Melvin Pritts. This was her first experience as a lav delegate but she attended many times in the past with her husband, the late Rev. Ford Gilbert, who for some years was minister of the Community Church of Henderson as well as serving at a Las Vegas church She • said she was amazed at how many young people, especially women, are going into tlie church. Many youth participated in the conference and spoke on various issues. She was also impressed by much of the new. modern religious music which they heard. Last March students in Mrs. Sheryl Mayes' third grade class at Robert Taylor Elementary School released balloons with cards attached asking the fin. ders to fill out the card and return it to the school. Unfortunately, the balloons must have gone down over the barren desert or some other remote location as. by the end of school, not one card had been received. The kids were very disappointed as they had really looked forward to hearing from people, hopefully from some exotic spots around the country. Walt Carter, general manager of Westworld who has only been here a short time, was telling me that he and Kirby The Henderson Boys' Club is (Planning a gala auction to benefit the club and a committee is already at work soliciting services or items to be sold at the auction*. This will be one event which the community doesn't want to miss. It will be held at the Dunes Hotel in their Crown Jewel Room on February 16 during the evening hours. Several of the Boys' Club board members, some with wives, such as Lee Zike, Larry Tabony and Kirby Trumbo, along with director Art Gutierrez, attended an auction in Phoenix and were most enthusiastic about holding a similar event locally. There will be some interesting items upon which to bid and should prove to be a lucrative project for the club. All items donated are tax deductible and those contributing can also get some advertising type of exposure as well. Anyone interested in donating or assisting with the project is invited to call the Boys' Club at 565-6568. ntONT MCI Once again the Henderson Eagles Lodge is proud to sponsor the Annual Independence Day Fireworks display. The show will again be at Morrell Park (Major Street) starting at sundown on July 4. The show is free to the public. To insure safety, the handling and firing of the pyrotechnics will be supervised by volunteer members of the Henderson Fire Department. We have an excellent show planned, but to turn the plans into a reality we need your help. Any donation you wish to contribute should be mailed to "Eagles WblfflelMll Siga-Ups Whiffleball signups are going to be taken at the Youth Center on June 19 thru June 25 between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. Ages are between 6 and 17. The first Whifneball meeting for discussion will be on June 25 at 2 p m. at the Youth Center. Teams will be determined by age groups. For further information call 565-8932 and ask for Mike Vander Heiden. 10 Years Ago •< •%'••( Master Plan Delayed Again — A resolution to adopt the proposed master plan of the city was not approved last night when new Mayor Estes McDoniel and Councilman Lorin Williams said they would like to submit minor changes in the plan. MORRY STORY -• A guy very seldom makes a buck in this business of newspapering, and many of us who have dedicated our lives to the profession live on the thought that we'll get our reward in Heaven. By gosh, I got my salary for a year in advance and I don't have to wait until heaven — all because the mailman brought me the following letter yesterday: ill HENDERSON'S OWN Lawn Care and Sprinklers Manual and Automatic Systems FOR FREE ESTIMATES CONTACT: 565-0S14 Day 875 $o. Boulder Hwy. S64-2872 Night Henderson, Nv. 8M15 MISSION HILLS Zebra Finches .S>: $5-|6 EA. 1/^Orange Cheek Waxbill $12 CA H VBIack Head Nun $12 CA fS^ Silverbill $12 EA. IX Parakeets $8-|10 EA. Button Quail $15 pt. Hand Fed Tame fi\ Grey Cockateel 155 EA. M) Goldie Lorikeet$70 EA ^"^ Peachface Love Birds ...$30 EA. CHLTKAR $1.25 EA. 10% SAU SATUMAY OWY MMW: S6S.7071 9 Dear Sir: You don't know me, but after reading the Henderson Home News for some time, I feel that I am pretty well acquainted with you. And I want to tell you here and now, that reading "Morrys Story" has restored my faith in human nature. In this day and age of strike and turmoil, it is indeed refreshing to no end to read a paper edited and published by a man that believes in fair play, and also possesses the guts to call the turns as he sees them. We have been reading the papers from not only Henderson, but also from Highland, Barstow, Victorville and San Berdoo. Calif. And as we intend to move down in that country in the near future we took that method of researching the different places. At the present time Henderson is away out in front, thanks to you and your paper. Sincerely yours, Richard A. Winn Centralia, Ore. Monsignor Anderson Transfers to Tahoe; Father Wright here Monsignor Anderson, having spent the last seven years as pastor of St. Peter's Catholic Church, has been transferred to our Lady of Fireworks Fund" at PO. Box 209, Henderson. Nevada 89015. Thank you in advance and we hope to see you on July 4th. The Henderson Eagles Fireworks Committee wish to thank the following people who have donated as of June 19: Henderson Home News Luke Alexander Joe Wargo Russ Neiger Ben Folley Gil Thomason J.D. Morris Jewelers Keith k La Creta Lopeman WJ. Sheehan H. & M. Electric Inc. H k A Quality Electric Inc. Black Mtn. Golf & Country Club Artex International Inc. Union Programs Agency Perry Electric Vernays -^^ A.I. Comstock Constntcf tion : West World Elks Lodge 1956 Henderson Fire Fighters Assn. Nicks Supper Club Levi Strauss k Co. Eddie k Mrs. Freed man Price-Ryan Inc. B J's Dog Groom Nevada First Thrift Macrame By Audre The Sand Box E.P. Churth of Christ You are invited to worship with the Church of Christ at 104 West Victory Rd. in HendersonBible study on Sunday mornings is at 9:30 a.m. and worship service at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday. There is also an evening worship service at 6 p.m. on Wednesday evening. Bible study program for all ages is provided, the program starts at 7 p.m. If you desire more information concerning the Church of Christ please call 565-8186. THOUGHT FORTODAY Man has never seen, neither shall it ever see. anything else like the kingdom of Heaven. Jesus said. "My Kingdom is not of this world" (John 18:36), Therefore what is the Kingdom? Our Lord established the Kingdom on the first Pentecost after the resurrection, for Jesus was raised from the dead Acts 2:) All Christians make up the kingdom (Col. 1:13). Jesus said-" Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born of water and of the Spirit, he cannot enter into the kingdom of God" (John 3:5). The relationship ofthe Kingdom to its King is a spiritual relationship. We are yet in the physical body, but God has entered our names in the book of life upon our acceptance of his grace through obedience (Rom 6:17). Our names can be taken out of the book of life (Rev. 22:19); There fore, we must be faithful Rev. 2:10). Tahoe, Zephyr Cove, Nev. Father ^Thomas Wright, recently of Wells, Nevada, has been transferred to Henderson to replace Monsignor Anderson as pastor. Fr. Quilici will remain as associate pastor serving with Father Wright. They like us — Even in Vietnam — Dear Mr. ZenofT: I am a Henderson resident stationed in or about the village of Binh Luc, South Vietnam, serving with Company C. 86th Engineer Battalion I remember when I was home there in Henderson enjoying the good life and opportunities our country has to offer and the fine reading I've had from the Henderson Home News and wondered if you could send me the Home News here. I will be glad to pay for any cost and I'm sure the paper will be enjoyed by more soldiers than just myself. Thank you, Sincerely, PFC Martie J.E Payne BIG BREAK FOR GIRLS! LEARN GOLF FOR FREE AT BLACK MOUNTAIN There's a WE PIERCE EARS NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY J&K PHARMAa • mm, n. S44.s4 big break being offered the youngsters of Henderson and Boulder City '^ thissummerasthe Black Mountain Golf Club will give girls between 10 and 17 free lessons, free plays and organized tournaments. Club manager Dan Furse made this announcement yesterday and said those interested, should appear at the country club Monday and sign up. He will then set up the future activities at that time. OFFICER AND MRS. ROBERT KUNINGAS PROUD NEW PARENTS Traci Lynn was born on June 3, 1969 to Robert and Sharon Kuningas of Henderson. Traci weighed in at 7 pounds 3 ounces at the Boulder City HospiUl. Traci is welcomed into the family by a brother Robert Jr. who will be three in August. The maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bartlett of Henderson. Fishing Pole Auction for Kids All kids under the age of 12. Henderson Justice Court is having another' Fishing Pole Auction. It 'will be held on Tuesday the26thdayorJuneat3 p.m. NO ADULTS ALLOWED. Bring at least $3 and bid on your favorite pole. The court is located in the Civic Center, 201 Lead Street Room 26. Headenon Home News, Henderaon, Nevada 'Amit PEOPLE' Page? Thursday, June 21,1979 JUDY BOYLE Piano Teacher, Henderon Women's Single Tennis Champion, Stake Junior Coordinator for the Sunday School of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (1st Ward) Henderson, Homemaker, and Mother, poses for the "Action People" camera with her children: (1 to r) Gary Age 2; Billy Age 3; and Michelle Age 7. Judy looks forward to the celebration of her tenth wedding anniversary with her husband, William E. Boyle, Jr., this coming June 28th. She and Bill love Henderson and designed and built their home in the Black Mountain-Country Club area occupying it in 1977. Judy lost no time in becoming a very active part ofthe community both in music and sports. She won the Fall 1977 Women's Tennis Open Trophy in the Farina Classic of Henderson and won the Henderson Ladles Summer League 1978 and the Henderson Ladies Fall League Tennis matches -1978. She is currently playing in the 1979 Ladies Summer League competition. With a daily tennis practice, Judy manages to keep up a first-class game. This may be followed by private piano instruction to pupils ofthe Beginners or Interroediato category. She spends time in daily piano practice and may play the piano or accompany on the piano at church functions or clubs. She considers her role as mother and homemaker of major importance, also, and is very proud of her husband and children. Judy formerly was a resident of Las Vegas beginning with the year 1954. Born in American Fork, Utah (between Salt Lake City and Provo) of parents C.L. and Pearl Stout, young Judy was reared in the Mormon faith with her sister, Janice (now Mrs. Roger Hillman) and four brothers. All reside in Las Vegas excepting one brother who lives in Salt Lake City. She received a part of her elementary training in Salt Lake City and completed grammar school and high school education at Rancho High after the family's move to Las Vegas. Advanced education wai secured at Brigham Young University, Dixie College (where she served as Song Leader) receiving her Associate Degree, and Utah^^l^ollege at Cedar City (Judy enjoyed serving alfr lag Twirler). "I majored in Business but I was still undecided as to what I really wanted at that time," Judy mentioned. "I know what I want now and that is a music degree so I will continue college and seek this out at a later date!" Judy met Bill Boyle through her sister, Janice, while she attended college "It was a blind date and Bill was working nearby St. George. I returned to Las Vegas to work at the Test Site for Pan American Airlines and Bill went on to serve in the Viet Nam War. This employment opened new doors for me to travel throughout Europe, Mexico, and Hawaii. Bill managed to get a fUrlough from Viet Nam at the same time I visited Hawaii with Janice and we met there for a time of sun and (\jn," Judy reminisced. One year after Bill's return f^om Viet Naip. the couple were married (1969). Judy had been working at the News Bureau at University of Nevada-Las Vegas as a Writer's Auiatant. The couple settled in Las Vegas and raised a family until the 1977 move to Henderson. Meanwhile, Judy's parents (the C.L. Stouts) retired and settled in Southern Utah. Sports and Hobbies incj^de: Tennis, Music, Sewing for the Family, and Reading. Clubs and Organizatjona include: Music Teachers' Association of Las Vegas (will serve as Secretary this coming fall); will serve on PTA Committee this coming fall, and LDS Church committees, functions, and music services. Judy Boyle is gracious and attractive. Heraient varies in the Field of Music and Sports. She is dedicated to her home, family, and community and works for the best in that which ibe undertakas. She shares here a portion of her philosophy with us: "I look at the present and the future with bright hopes! I am, at the same time, deeply concerned about the lack of family structure and diMipline which ii currently happening in our country I sincerely hope there will be an uptrend for the good and sturdy in social and family living in the days to come. I am optimistic and feel that the. good should and will prevail!" Around the Town By Jean Eckley Birthday Greetings Henderson. Happy birthday greetings come n-om wife Betty and friends to Ralph Williams. Big celebrating day will be on June 23 ... The Wiluami are residents of a trailer park in Henderson. Both Betty and Ralph keep busy working as school guards and* security guards in Visiting It was reported to me that Burt and Florance Walls came in to Henderson to visit with family, relations and friends. While here they stopped in at the R.S V.P center for the fun day. enjoyed bingo and visiting with old time friends. IIS.VP. byEdoaDeardoff h is good to be back in Henderson. Nevada again after 2 weeks in Iowa. It may be hot here, but that humidity almost goV mel The heat is easier to stand than that high humidity. There is no place like home! On this beautiful June day, 24 Seniors came out to enjoy our Social day and they all had a good time. Ten games of bingo were played and the4icky prize winners were Ethel Wells. Clara Radeeny. Betty Everett, Anna Walsh, Edna Deardoff. Mabel Heenan, Catherine Fields and John Hopkins Sadie Mowry and Joe Garcia were the callers and did their usual fine job. Thanks a heap* people! Don't know how we would manage without you. Lee Farrell was the lucky recipient of the door prize. Delicious refreshments were served by Judy Brennan and Frances Church and the afteanoon was finished by 4 tables of Canasta. Service for Seniorat R.S.V.P.-Room 39 Civic Center Arts and Crafts • 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month. Small appliances will be repaired by Steel Workers. Social Security every Wednesday and Thursday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Free Blood Pressure taken on July 13th from 12 noon to 2 p.m. Are you eligible for food stamps? You may be missing out on benefits. Why not come in and find out. An Outreach C-ordinator will be at Henderson R.S.V.P. Room 29 every 3rd Monday of the month. Join us next Tuesday for an afternoon of fun when Judy and Frances will again be our Hostesses. Breathing Partners to Meet Members of the Breathing Partners Club will hold their regular monthly meeting on Thursday, June 21, 1979, beginning at 7:00 p.m., in the Guild Room of Christ Episcopal Church at the corner of Maryland Parkway and St. Louis Avenue. This month's speaker will be Mrs. Lola Phipps, a Special Education Teacher for the Clark County School District, who will be telling of her personal experiences in her battle with asthma and of the new hope and help that can be obtained from the National Jewish Hospital and Research Center not only for asthma but for other breathing problems as well. The title of her topic will be "New Hopes for Partners in Despair." Breathing Partners, a club for lung patients and family members, is open to all interested individuals. SHOP AT LYONS FOR YOUR SUMMER FUN AMFVOfT N^f^Y SNORKEL ^m H vBiity 9v^Ewy Brertino NOJ SAILHNS • ''S I^JO So Sorry Just heard that Pearl Strumm, mother of our Evelyn Mazrimas has just pas sed away in California So sorry. Evelyn made a sad trip to California for the funeral. Moose 5th .\nniversary Wow! June^ 30 will be a special day for the Moose Lodge in Henderson (1924) It's their fifth Anniversary. Arrangements are being made for an Anniversary Ball with Buffet and danc ing. Governor Billy Close and all officers Homer Rush, Scotty Campbell, Rob Busch, Jim Harris. Marion Bonebrake, Joe Stull, Jack Chatterson and Tex Harris are all pleased to extend an invitation.to all members and their guests. Home Afain Friends tell me that Jim Horn is back home after a short stay at the hospital Jim will now be convalescing at home for a time... Say Jim. what's this I heard about all those pretty nurses? Birthday Wishes Birthday wislies are extended from grandparents Harry and Joan Williams to little boy Brian Williams. This special one I've heard will be birthday No 1. Ice cream, cake and hot dogs are the menu for this day. Good wishes • Surely a good future is coming for this young talented gal. We were sorry f vwr SWIM MASK ., RAWUN6S Tw savHr GLOVE—— RMMJNGS "BUY WUMMS* GIJDVE WSKETWB *9Jin!i uusnif suiGGBi arimif iEAGU( LOUBVUf SUI6G8I Sr BASQALLBAT *8i)5 CMrtaMMoM LYONS HARMVAK PNOM MI-74U U W. PACmC ST., HmOilSON eiv;% that Shana Beardoll has left the WestWorld's employment but when opportunity calls you just must answer. Shana worked as a seamstress at West World, helping make those many beautiful outfits that the employes are wearing ... You all come and visit with us when time permits Shana Wedding Anniversary Wedding anniversary greetings to this most beautiful couple. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Martin. Not having been blessed with children of their own this ecu pie has worked with the young ones most of their life, now in retirement they had volunteered their help again with children Many good wishes coming your way (from all your children) on this June 30 Clyde and Mary. From Washington John and Pat Blatnik with friend Pat Rose Murphy all came in from Washington to the Newspaper Convention held in Las Vegas one day last week. While in Nevada they visit with Janet Blatnik (mother) in Henderson Janet states that son John works for a newspaper in Washington. Happiness Am most happy to report that husband Frank Eckley has returned from the Valley hospital and is now convalescing at home. If al eoes well he is expected to return to work in July Happy Birthday Greetings to Persons Born in June .. June 22 ... Mike Bradshaw, Eddie Little, Tara Wolsey. Arlene Dennett. Lucy Brubaker. Summer Dennett, Kerri Frehner, June Staling, Curtis Wood June 23 Martin Goodman. Thelma, Sharee Clove. Honda Roylance. Rich Walter. June 24 ... Sharon Power, Brenda Nevel. Bob Johnson. Cathy Raddatz. Gene Fregerson. Trou Dennett June 25. Karen Eckman, John Zohovetz, Thomas A Lunt, Levi Zion. Bobby Dennett, Loris Westover. Larry Bennett. Jon Jensen June28.. Larry Williams. Dottie Brown, Marti Holyoak, June Leany June 27 Eula C. Lunt. Jackie Ferrin Jesse Gordon, Steven Freeman June 28 Mark D. John • >on, John V'andersteay Wedding Anniversary Greetings to Persons Married in June .. June 22 Albert and Ededine Uliberri. Frank and Ann Kizlowski. Jack and Joyce Walker. Stanley and Sharoil .Meager dune 2'i James L. and Audrey Gilson. Howard and Peggy Lawrence June 24 Myron and Jeannie Shepard. \ddie and Daryl Clove. June 25 Steve and Jeanne Christensen June 26 Gaylen and Jeanette DeMille. Denny and Elaine Seler June 27 John and Erma Vanderstaay. Congratulatlon.^ to Tina and Rov Ha>nes on the birth oftheir beautiful new baby jjirl She was born June 15 al St Rosede Lima hospital STOSasa TIEiTRE Boulder City • PHONE 293-3145 JUNE 21-24 4 • • • • ST. MART THE VlitGIN (Cartwk Anglican) MMtinf at Msgr. lyan Hall, Maryland Pkwy. at Oakty Sunday, 9:30 a.m. High Mass (Nwrtary A CCO Classas, K.6) Daily Masses in Handtrton (Coll for SchMlula) Fr. Clorh A. 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Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada k iP <' By Mary Stafford Last night the Henderson Boys' Club Board of Directors and staff honored longtime resident and staunch supporter of the club, Frank Price. by naming the Games Room for him. A large turnout was expected to pay tribute to the octogenarian who was born October 2, 1889 in Phoenix, Arizona. His parients were missionaries who had come to Arizona to work with the Indians. At the very early age of 10, Price left home and said he worked hard all his life, coming to Nevada in 1942, practically when the town was started. "Kids are what I cace about." he has always claimed. "Being a poor kid myself, I like to help with children in any way I can. He has certainly proven that by contributing to the Boys' Club to help send kids to camp, as well ^s the Salvation Army Camp appeal and the Sun Camp Fund. He is also a longtime member of the Shriners who are noted for their children's hospitals. Helen Lutters. one of the most warmhearted people I know of along with husband Dick, came home from a few days stay at St. Rose de Lima Hospital last Friday and is now recuperating under the watchful eye of her hubby. One of the favorite projects of the couple is providing the birthday parties for one cottage of boys at the Children's Home in Boulder City. Everytime one of the boys has a birthday, they buy a desired gift which they deliver on the spe cial day along with ice cream and other goodies One time one of the boys had requested skate board gloves, medium siie. Helen related that they drove^ll over the Las Vegas valley trying to locate the gloves but could only find them in Ic-ge or small sizes. They (j. My hit a store that had medium, but only after an exhaustive search. That's true dedication! This Saturday evening the Lutters are hosting a farewell pot luck dinner for Lt. and Mrs. Lt. Jim Thompson of the local Salvation Army who are leaving Henderson June 27. Dick is chairman of the Army's Advisory Board and those of us who serve on the board and have worked closely with the Thompsons thought It appropriate to have an informal gettogether for the popular couple who, in just 18 short months, became such an important part NEW OWNER-WAYUND GATE BRINGS TO HENDERSON BERER, FfflENDUER, FASTER SERVICE PLUS DEUCIOUS FOOD! We invite you to call in your order or come in arid see us. NO WAITING-CALL IN ADVANCE PHONE ^ 565-8375 MBOure Hippy UUij MiFMC, BURGERS OWN RWGS 7,, French Fried MUSHROOMS M. Super Sonic With Cheese l v-.t ) -I*. MO I o loano ) SUrtRSOMC IM oow* t*!*' WO MO lOflK) SHAKSANOWCH N.LCHEE$€ FMCM FRIES •eW*'f TATERTOTS M CHILI Ptc • •*'(>• • <•%. BURRITO FOUNTAIN FAVORITES HOT COFFEE ^ HOT CHOCOLATE Jt MILX M SLUSH 3SMI'-7' OttkCI b#| (HICK l>t ArJV fPEPSICOLAI ROOT BEER 7UP fmi LemoiMde LIMAOE TAB CEO TEA SM J5 WED 4S LRC 70 •7r •7' I.' FISN SANDWCH ALL CONEYS MADE WITN OlOFASMONCMLI.uxi •,. .* ->• —^i EITRALONC CONEY !• Eitn Loof Cheese Coney 11$ l.M REGULAR CONEY 75' <•" REGULAR CHEESE CONEY M' .. COdNOM-ONASTCK 7r 7 FLOATS 7f FROSTfS nMALTS A SHAKES., n. OuMvililii *' DwimChoc ^' *"5t • SUNDAES 7r '•••fin, -.•KtKft SONIC DRIVE-IN 400 S. BOULDER HIWAY, HENDERSON of the community Trumbo attended the through their involveUniversity of Colorado ment in so many areas, around the same time. They weren't in the same class but Walt does remember Kirby. Thnnday, June 21. \VJ% Eagles to Sponsor Jvly 4 Fireworks Frances Gilbert, another long-time Henderson resident and one who has the remarltable ability of never ageing, returned recently from attending the Pacific and Southwest area United Methodist Church conference held June 9-13 at the University of Redlands. Temperatures were as high as 115, she reported, and there was no air conditioning in the dorms, but it was an enjoyable experience. Frances attended as a lay delegate from Grace Community Church in Boulder City and was accompanied by Rev. and Mrs. Melvin Pritts. This was her first experience as a lav delegate but she attended many times in the past with her husband, the late Rev. Ford Gilbert, who for some years was minister of the Community Church of Henderson as well as serving at a Las Vegas church She • said she was amazed at how many young people, especially women, are going into tlie church. Many youth participated in the conference and spoke on various issues. She was also impressed by much of the new. modern religious music which they heard. Last March students in Mrs. Sheryl Mayes' third grade class at Robert Taylor Elementary School released balloons with cards attached asking the fin. ders to fill out the card and return it to the school. Unfortunately, the balloons must have gone down over the barren desert or some other remote location as. by the end of school, not one card had been received. The kids were very disappointed as they had really looked forward to hearing from people, hopefully from some exotic spots around the country. Walt Carter, general manager of Westworld who has only been here a short time, was telling me that he and Kirby The Henderson Boys' Club is (Planning a gala auction to benefit the club and a committee is already at work soliciting services or items to be sold at the auction*. This will be one event which the community doesn't want to miss. It will be held at the Dunes Hotel in their Crown Jewel Room on February 16 during the evening hours. Several of the Boys' Club board members, some with wives, such as Lee Zike, Larry Tabony and Kirby Trumbo, along with director Art Gutierrez, attended an auction in Phoenix and were most enthusiastic about holding a similar event locally. There will be some interesting items upon which to bid and should prove to be a lucrative project for the club. All items donated are tax deductible and those contributing can also get some advertising type of exposure as well. Anyone interested in donating or assisting with the project is invited to call the Boys' Club at 565-6568. ntONT MCI Once again the Henderson Eagles Lodge is proud to sponsor the Annual Independence Day Fireworks display. The show will again be at Morrell Park (Major Street) starting at sundown on July 4. The show is free to the public. To insure safety, the handling and firing of the pyrotechnics will be supervised by volunteer members of the Henderson Fire Department. We have an excellent show planned, but to turn the plans into a reality we need your help. Any donation you wish to contribute should be mailed to "Eagles WblfflelMll Siga-Ups Whiffleball signups are going to be taken at the Youth Center on June 19 thru June 25 between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. Ages are between 6 and 17. The first Whifneball meeting for discussion will be on June 25 at 2 p m. at the Youth Center. Teams will be determined by age groups. For further information call 565-8932 and ask for Mike Vander Heiden. 10 Years Ago •< •%'••( Master Plan Delayed Again — A resolution to adopt the proposed master plan of the city was not approved last night when new Mayor Estes McDoniel and Councilman Lorin Williams said they would like to submit minor changes in the plan. MORRY STORY -• A guy very seldom makes a buck in this business of newspapering, and many of us who have dedicated our lives to the profession live on the thought that we'll get our reward in Heaven. By gosh, I got my salary for a year in advance and I don't have to wait until heaven — all because the mailman brought me the following letter yesterday: ill HENDERSON'S OWN Lawn Care and Sprinklers Manual and Automatic Systems FOR FREE ESTIMATES CONTACT: 565-0S14 Day 875 $o. Boulder Hwy. S64-2872 Night Henderson, Nv. 8M15 MISSION HILLS Zebra Finches .S>: $5-|6 EA. 1/^Orange Cheek Waxbill $12 CA H VBIack Head Nun $12 CA fS^ Silverbill $12 EA. IX Parakeets $8-|10 EA. Button Quail $15 pt. Hand Fed Tame fi\ Grey Cockateel 155 EA. M) Goldie Lorikeet$70 EA ^"^ Peachface Love Birds ...$30 EA. CHLTKAR $1.25 EA. 10% SAU SATUMAY OWY MMW: S6S.7071 9 Dear Sir: You don't know me, but after reading the Henderson Home News for some time, I feel that I am pretty well acquainted with you. And I want to tell you here and now, that reading "Morrys Story" has restored my faith in human nature. In this day and age of strike and turmoil, it is indeed refreshing to no end to read a paper edited and published by a man that believes in fair play, and also possesses the guts to call the turns as he sees them. We have been reading the papers from not only Henderson, but also from Highland, Barstow, Victorville and San Berdoo. Calif. And as we intend to move down in that country in the near future we took that method of researching the different places. At the present time Henderson is away out in front, thanks to you and your paper. Sincerely yours, Richard A. Winn Centralia, Ore. Monsignor Anderson Transfers to Tahoe; Father Wright here Monsignor Anderson, having spent the last seven years as pastor of St. Peter's Catholic Church, has been transferred to our Lady of Fireworks Fund" at PO. Box 209, Henderson. Nevada 89015. Thank you in advance and we hope to see you on July 4th. The Henderson Eagles Fireworks Committee wish to thank the following people who have donated as of June 19: Henderson Home News Luke Alexander Joe Wargo Russ Neiger Ben Folley Gil Thomason J.D. Morris Jewelers Keith k La Creta Lopeman WJ. Sheehan H. & M. Electric Inc. H k A Quality Electric Inc. Black Mtn. Golf & Country Club Artex International Inc. Union Programs Agency Perry Electric Vernays -^^ A.I. Comstock Constntcf tion : West World Elks Lodge 1956 Henderson Fire Fighters Assn. Nicks Supper Club Levi Strauss k Co. Eddie k Mrs. Freed man Price-Ryan Inc. B J's Dog Groom Nevada First Thrift Macrame By Audre The Sand Box E.P. Churth of Christ You are invited to worship with the Church of Christ at 104 West Victory Rd. in HendersonBible study on Sunday mornings is at 9:30 a.m. and worship service at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday. There is also an evening worship service at 6 p.m. on Wednesday evening. Bible study program for all ages is provided, the program starts at 7 p.m. If you desire more information concerning the Church of Christ please call 565-8186. THOUGHT FORTODAY Man has never seen, neither shall it ever see. anything else like the kingdom of Heaven. Jesus said. "My Kingdom is not of this world" (John 18:36), Therefore what is the Kingdom? Our Lord established the Kingdom on the first Pentecost after the resurrection, for Jesus was raised from the dead Acts 2:) All Christians make up the kingdom (Col. 1:13). Jesus said-" Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born of water and of the Spirit, he cannot enter into the kingdom of God" (John 3:5). The relationship ofthe Kingdom to its King is a spiritual relationship. We are yet in the physical body, but God has entered our names in the book of life upon our acceptance of his grace through obedience (Rom 6:17). Our names can be taken out of the book of life (Rev. 22:19); There fore, we must be faithful Rev. 2:10). Tahoe, Zephyr Cove, Nev. Father ^Thomas Wright, recently of Wells, Nevada, has been transferred to Henderson to replace Monsignor Anderson as pastor. Fr. Quilici will remain as associate pastor serving with Father Wright. They like us — Even in Vietnam — Dear Mr. ZenofT: I am a Henderson resident stationed in or about the village of Binh Luc, South Vietnam, serving with Company C. 86th Engineer Battalion I remember when I was home there in Henderson enjoying the good life and opportunities our country has to offer and the fine reading I've had from the Henderson Home News and wondered if you could send me the Home News here. I will be glad to pay for any cost and I'm sure the paper will be enjoyed by more soldiers than just myself. Thank you, Sincerely, PFC Martie J.E Payne BIG BREAK FOR GIRLS! LEARN GOLF FOR FREE AT BLACK MOUNTAIN There's a WE PIERCE EARS NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY J&K PHARMAa • mm, n. S44.s4 big break being offered the youngsters of Henderson and Boulder City '^ thissummerasthe Black Mountain Golf Club will give girls between 10 and 17 free lessons, free plays and organized tournaments. Club manager Dan Furse made this announcement yesterday and said those interested, should appear at the country club Monday and sign up. He will then set up the future activities at that time. OFFICER AND MRS. ROBERT KUNINGAS PROUD NEW PARENTS Traci Lynn was born on June 3, 1969 to Robert and Sharon Kuningas of Henderson. Traci weighed in at 7 pounds 3 ounces at the Boulder City HospiUl. Traci is welcomed into the family by a brother Robert Jr. who will be three in August. The maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bartlett of Henderson. Fishing Pole Auction for Kids All kids under the age of 12. Henderson Justice Court is having another' Fishing Pole Auction. It 'will be held on Tuesday the26thdayorJuneat3 p.m. NO ADULTS ALLOWED. Bring at least $3 and bid on your favorite pole. The court is located in the Civic Center, 201 Lead Street Room 26. Headenon Home News, Henderaon, Nevada 'Amit PEOPLE' Page? Thursday, June 21,1979 JUDY BOYLE Piano Teacher, Henderon Women's Single Tennis Champion, Stake Junior Coordinator for the Sunday School of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (1st Ward) Henderson, Homemaker, and Mother, poses for the "Action People" camera with her children: (1 to r) Gary Age 2; Billy Age 3; and Michelle Age 7. Judy looks forward to the celebration of her tenth wedding anniversary with her husband, William E. Boyle, Jr., this coming June 28th. She and Bill love Henderson and designed and built their home in the Black Mountain-Country Club area occupying it in 1977. Judy lost no time in becoming a very active part ofthe community both in music and sports. She won the Fall 1977 Women's Tennis Open Trophy in the Farina Classic of Henderson and won the Henderson Ladles Summer League 1978 and the Henderson Ladies Fall League Tennis matches -1978. She is currently playing in the 1979 Ladies Summer League competition. With a daily tennis practice, Judy manages to keep up a first-class game. This may be followed by private piano instruction to pupils ofthe Beginners or Interroediato category. She spends time in daily piano practice and may play the piano or accompany on the piano at church functions or clubs. She considers her role as mother and homemaker of major importance, also, and is very proud of her husband and children. Judy formerly was a resident of Las Vegas beginning with the year 1954. Born in American Fork, Utah (between Salt Lake City and Provo) of parents C.L. and Pearl Stout, young Judy was reared in the Mormon faith with her sister, Janice (now Mrs. Roger Hillman) and four brothers. All reside in Las Vegas excepting one brother who lives in Salt Lake City. She received a part of her elementary training in Salt Lake City and completed grammar school and high school education at Rancho High after the family's move to Las Vegas. Advanced education wai secured at Brigham Young University, Dixie College (where she served as Song Leader) receiving her Associate Degree, and Utah^^l^ollege at Cedar City (Judy enjoyed serving alfr lag Twirler). "I majored in Business but I was still undecided as to what I really wanted at that time," Judy mentioned. "I know what I want now and that is a music degree so I will continue college and seek this out at a later date!" Judy met Bill Boyle through her sister, Janice, while she attended college "It was a blind date and Bill was working nearby St. George. I returned to Las Vegas to work at the Test Site for Pan American Airlines and Bill went on to serve in the Viet Nam War. This employment opened new doors for me to travel throughout Europe, Mexico, and Hawaii. Bill managed to get a fUrlough from Viet Nam at the same time I visited Hawaii with Janice and we met there for a time of sun and (\jn," Judy reminisced. One year after Bill's return f^om Viet Naip. the couple were married (1969). Judy had been working at the News Bureau at University of Nevada-Las Vegas as a Writer's Auiatant. The couple settled in Las Vegas and raised a family until the 1977 move to Henderson. Meanwhile, Judy's parents (the C.L. Stouts) retired and settled in Southern Utah. Sports and Hobbies incj^de: Tennis, Music, Sewing for the Family, and Reading. Clubs and Organizatjona include: Music Teachers' Association of Las Vegas (will serve as Secretary this coming fall); will serve on PTA Committee this coming fall, and LDS Church committees, functions, and music services. Judy Boyle is gracious and attractive. Heraient varies in the Field of Music and Sports. She is dedicated to her home, family, and community and works for the best in that which ibe undertakas. She shares here a portion of her philosophy with us: "I look at the present and the future with bright hopes! I am, at the same time, deeply concerned about the lack of family structure and diMipline which ii currently happening in our country I sincerely hope there will be an uptrend for the good and sturdy in social and family living in the days to come. I am optimistic and feel that the. good should and will prevail!" Around the Town By Jean Eckley Birthday Greetings Henderson. Happy birthday greetings come n-om wife Betty and friends to Ralph Williams. Big celebrating day will be on June 23 ... The Wiluami are residents of a trailer park in Henderson. Both Betty and Ralph keep busy working as school guards and* security guards in Visiting It was reported to me that Burt and Florance Walls came in to Henderson to visit with family, relations and friends. While here they stopped in at the R.S V.P center for the fun day. enjoyed bingo and visiting with old time friends. IIS.VP. byEdoaDeardoff h is good to be back in Henderson. Nevada again after 2 weeks in Iowa. It may be hot here, but that humidity almost goV mel The heat is easier to stand than that high humidity. There is no place like home! On this beautiful June day, 24 Seniors came out to enjoy our Social day and they all had a good time. Ten games of bingo were played and the4icky prize winners were Ethel Wells. Clara Radeeny. Betty Everett, Anna Walsh, Edna Deardoff. Mabel Heenan, Catherine Fields and John Hopkins Sadie Mowry and Joe Garcia were the callers and did their usual fine job. Thanks a heap* people! Don't know how we would manage without you. Lee Farrell was the lucky recipient of the door prize. Delicious refreshments were served by Judy Brennan and Frances Church and the afteanoon was finished by 4 tables of Canasta. Service for Seniorat R.S.V.P.-Room 39 Civic Center Arts and Crafts • 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month. Small appliances will be repaired by Steel Workers. Social Security every Wednesday and Thursday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Free Blood Pressure taken on July 13th from 12 noon to 2 p.m. Are you eligible for food stamps? You may be missing out on benefits. Why not come in and find out. An Outreach C-ordinator will be at Henderson R.S.V.P. Room 29 every 3rd Monday of the month. Join us next Tuesday for an afternoon of fun when Judy and Frances will again be our Hostesses. Breathing Partners to Meet Members of the Breathing Partners Club will hold their regular monthly meeting on Thursday, June 21, 1979, beginning at 7:00 p.m., in the Guild Room of Christ Episcopal Church at the corner of Maryland Parkway and St. Louis Avenue. This month's speaker will be Mrs. Lola Phipps, a Special Education Teacher for the Clark County School District, who will be telling of her personal experiences in her battle with asthma and of the new hope and help that can be obtained from the National Jewish Hospital and Research Center not only for asthma but for other breathing problems as well. The title of her topic will be "New Hopes for Partners in Despair." Breathing Partners, a club for lung patients and family members, is open to all interested individuals. SHOP AT LYONS FOR YOUR SUMMER FUN AMFVOfT N^f^Y SNORKEL ^m H vBiity 9v^Ewy Brertino NOJ SAILHNS • ''S I^JO So Sorry Just heard that Pearl Strumm, mother of our Evelyn Mazrimas has just pas sed away in California So sorry. Evelyn made a sad trip to California for the funeral. Moose 5th .\nniversary Wow! June^ 30 will be a special day for the Moose Lodge in Henderson (1924) It's their fifth Anniversary. Arrangements are being made for an Anniversary Ball with Buffet and danc ing. Governor Billy Close and all officers Homer Rush, Scotty Campbell, Rob Busch, Jim Harris. Marion Bonebrake, Joe Stull, Jack Chatterson and Tex Harris are all pleased to extend an invitation.to all members and their guests. Home Afain Friends tell me that Jim Horn is back home after a short stay at the hospital Jim will now be convalescing at home for a time... Say Jim. what's this I heard about all those pretty nurses? Birthday Wishes Birthday wislies are extended from grandparents Harry and Joan Williams to little boy Brian Williams. This special one I've heard will be birthday No 1. Ice cream, cake and hot dogs are the menu for this day. Good wishes • Surely a good future is coming for this young talented gal. We were sorry f vwr SWIM MASK ., RAWUN6S Tw savHr GLOVE—— RMMJNGS "BUY WUMMS* GIJDVE WSKETWB *9Jin!i uusnif suiGGBi arimif iEAGU( LOUBVUf SUI6G8I Sr BASQALLBAT *8i)5 CMrtaMMoM LYONS HARMVAK PNOM MI-74U U W. PACmC ST., HmOilSON eiv;% that Shana Beardoll has left the WestWorld's employment but when opportunity calls you just must answer. Shana worked as a seamstress at West World, helping make those many beautiful outfits that the employes are wearing ... You all come and visit with us when time permits Shana Wedding Anniversary Wedding anniversary greetings to this most beautiful couple. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Martin. Not having been blessed with children of their own this ecu pie has worked with the young ones most of their life, now in retirement they had volunteered their help again with children Many good wishes coming your way (from all your children) on this June 30 Clyde and Mary. From Washington John and Pat Blatnik with friend Pat Rose Murphy all came in from Washington to the Newspaper Convention held in Las Vegas one day last week. While in Nevada they visit with Janet Blatnik (mother) in Henderson Janet states that son John works for a newspaper in Washington. Happiness Am most happy to report that husband Frank Eckley has returned from the Valley hospital and is now convalescing at home. If al eoes well he is expected to return to work in July Happy Birthday Greetings to Persons Born in June .. June 22 ... Mike Bradshaw, Eddie Little, Tara Wolsey. Arlene Dennett. Lucy Brubaker. Summer Dennett, Kerri Frehner, June Staling, Curtis Wood June 23 Martin Goodman. Thelma, Sharee Clove. Honda Roylance. Rich Walter. June 24 ... Sharon Power, Brenda Nevel. Bob Johnson. Cathy Raddatz. Gene Fregerson. Trou Dennett June 25. Karen Eckman, John Zohovetz, Thomas A Lunt, Levi Zion. Bobby Dennett, Loris Westover. Larry Bennett. Jon Jensen June28.. Larry Williams. Dottie Brown, Marti Holyoak, June Leany June 27 Eula C. Lunt. Jackie Ferrin Jesse Gordon, Steven Freeman June 28 Mark D. John • >on, John V'andersteay Wedding Anniversary Greetings to Persons Married in June .. June 22 Albert and Ededine Uliberri. Frank and Ann Kizlowski. Jack and Joyce Walker. Stanley and Sharoil .Meager dune 2'i James L. and Audrey Gilson. Howard and Peggy Lawrence June 24 Myron and Jeannie Shepard. \ddie and Daryl Clove. June 25 Steve and Jeanne Christensen June 26 Gaylen and Jeanette DeMille. Denny and Elaine Seler June 27 John and Erma Vanderstaay. Congratulatlon.^ to Tina and Rov Ha>nes on the birth oftheir beautiful new baby jjirl She was born June 15 al St Rosede Lima hospital STOSasa TIEiTRE Boulder City • PHONE 293-3145 JUNE 21-24 4 • • • • ST. MART THE VlitGIN (Cartwk Anglican) MMtinf at Msgr. lyan Hall, Maryland Pkwy. at Oakty Sunday, 9:30 a.m. High Mass (Nwrtary A CCO Classas, K.6) Daily Masses in Handtrton (Coll for SchMlula) Fr. Clorh A. 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LEGAL NOIKE NOTKS PLBABS TAKE NOTICI ikmt CVRTIS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY. INC. t Ntvadi eorpsnttM, hrtby claimi a Un upon tk land and prtmiit roniaenly ttam m SOU Cariael Av*au, Lai Vagaa, Clark Couaty, Nevada, aid m*n particulariy daKribad at SBVKN TRESS No. 7. U( ajtock 2. ad owMd by LESTIR PTmiAN and NANCY PITTMAN Tkii pttbUea lioa aaiVM ai neUea u all panoni keldiniar claiming licna undartha provislani of N R S lOt^aSl to lOaOH. inclusivt. on tha pramjaai l nic IUi the clerk of the Elfhth Judicial Diatnct Court and sarw on tb PlainUfr. CURTIS CONSTRUC nON COMPANY. INC at Ml Caat Bridgar Avenue, Lai Vagai, Navada, and on the DafendaBU. LESTER and NANCY PITTMAN, al the above iddrtu. written itata manU oftha facu constltatingtkMr licni. toflatker witk tkc data* and anounti thereof The itatamanti shall b niad within 10 dtyi of UM last publication of tku nottca H • June 21, B. July 5,197t IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CLARK No Dn020 JOSEPH T FALLO, Plaintiff vs CARLAJ. FALLO, Defendant SUMMONS THE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFEN DANT You are hereby summoned and required to serve upon EDWARD WEINSTEIN. CHARTERED plaintifrs attorney, whose address is 230S Las Vegas Blvd S.. Las Vegas. Nevada 80104 an answer to the Complaint which is herewith served upon you. within 20 days after service of this Summoits upon you, exclusive of the day of service If you fail to do so. jugment by default will b taken against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. This action is brought to recover a judgment dissolving the bonds of matrimony presently existing between you and the Plaintiff LORETTA BOWMAN. Clerk of Conn By LOUELU MYERS Deputy Clerk (DISTRICT COURT SEAL) DATE: April 23.1979 H May 24. 31. June 7.U, 31. 1978 Hendenon Home News, Hendcnon, Nevada Pigel Thnraday, June Zl, lt7t LEGAL NOIKE PUBLIC NOnCB NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that UM City Council of tha City of HaadanoB eonaidarad tha paiiat a of aa OidinaBca at thatr Rafalar MMtlM M Jaaa IS, UtB. aattUad BILL NO. ail "AN ORDINANCE REPIAUNG ORDINANCE NO. T0 AND GRANTING AN EXCLUSIVE FRANCHISE TO THE MENDER SON JAYCEES TO PLACE ADVIRHSING BENCHES WITHIN THE CITY UMTfS OP THE CITY or HENDERSON FOR A PERIOD OP nVE( YEARS AND SETTING FORTH THE TERMS AND CONDI TIONS UPON WHICH THE FRANCHISE MAY BE EXER aSSD." whieh ba> baen rahirad to a Committee oftba Council at a WMa t9r itady and racomnandittoa and a copy of Mid Ordinance hai baan niad with tha City Clark tor gaaaral public icrutiny Tha CasBlltaa MacUng will ba held lnoMdialaly folloviBg tha Adlawread MaaUag which will ba held June IVIt, at 7 00 P M IB the Council Chamber at City Hall. 243 Water Siraci The Council will adaptor reiactlhUOrdinance within 30 days DATED thli IMh day of June, im. and published Jaaa 21. ir9. in the Hendenon Home Nawi Is) Dorothy A Vondeabrink DOROTHY A VONDBNBRINK. CMC. crrv CLERK HJune 21, ir NOTICE or APPLICATION FOR PERMISSION TO APPROPRIATE THE r.'BUC WATERS OF THE S",ATE or NEVADA June f. IV7B AppliraUon No 33801 Notice is hereby given that on the 3rd day of October 1977. Steven Lac Kaeton of San Dif|o Slate of Califomli made ipplicalion to the State Enfinaer of Nevada for parmitston to appropriate 2 7 leeond feat of the public wtten of the Suu of Nevadi Diversion u to ba made from an underground source at a point looted within the SEV> NE'-<. Section33.T }4S R S3E.MDB M or at a point from which the E^ coroar of laid Section 33 baan S. S3* E., a diaunce of lOMO fhet Water will be uied for irrigation and dOBiestic purpoiei from January 1st to December 31it of each year Date of first publicatian June 7. lf Deli r laM pabhcatton July llffTB William J Newman. P E State Engineer LEGAL NOTKE RESOLUTION NO M3 "A RESOLUTION OP THE CTfY COUNCIL OF THE CHY OF HEN DKRSON. NEVADA. ESTABLISH ING AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL SERVICE FUND AND SE1TING FORTH THE TERMS AND CONDI TIONS THEREOF WHEREAS, tha Mad Ihr aa InUr govaraaaRtal Service Fund hai arisen ia order to allow the City of Henderson to maintain the health. safety and welfhre of it> cltisani. and WHEREAS. It Is tha deitrt af the City Council to eitabliih inch a fhad, aad WHEREAS, the obtect tnd purpoie of this hind IS to maintain the en glnaariag lervleei provided by the City; and WHEREAS, the reaoureei to be uied to ettabllth thli ftend shall come forthwith from: 1 Plan Check Fees of the City of Henderson, and 2 Tha OenenI Fund of the CMy of Hendarsan; and WHEREAS, the sourcei from which the (tend ihall be replenished are 1. Reimburtaments from the Clark County Regional Streets and Highways Commi.siion. and 2. Bond project* proceeds; and WHEREAS, the method for control hag expenditurei and revenues lor the Intergovernmental Service Fund ihall t>e in fill I accordance with NRS 3M470. Local Govern men! Budget Act. and WHEREAS, the method for cnntrolling reserves, depreciation allowancei and lurpluiei tor the Intergovernmental Service Fund shill l>c in full accordance with NRS 3M.470. Local Government Budget Act; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE SOLVED that the City Council of the City of Henderson hereby eitabliihei an Intergovernmentil Service Fund BE rr FURTHER RESOLVtD that this Resolution shall be published in ftill in a qualified newspaper for at least two (2) publicstiont in the two (2) wcska succeeding its adoption PASSED AND ADOPTED thli IBIh day of June, I9T9, by the following vote VOTING AYE MAYOR LORIN L WILLIAMS; COUNCILMEN J GARY PRICE, PHIL STOUT, AND LORNA KESTERSON VOTING NAY NONE ABSENT COUNCILMAN CARL TON D LAWRENCE (s) Lorin L Williams LORIN L WILUAMS. MAYOR ATTEST IS) Dorothy A Vondenbrink DOROTHY A VONDENBRINK CMC CrrY CLERK H June 7,14. 21, 21. July S, 1979 H June 21. 29. 1979 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEJI of a Public Heirinq on the Petition for Annexation of real paroperty-ir tha County of Clark, State of Nevada, qenerally describejl .at: A portipn of the Morthweat Ouarter IMW H) of Section 13, Township 22 South, .Ranqe il East, H.D..M., containin9 fO acrea, more or lea*, more partiqul^rly described as follows: BEGINNING at the Southwest corner of the Northwest Ouarter (vw S) of said Section 13; thence North ?9'03'23" East along the South line of the /Jorthwest Ouarter INW m thereof 2659.17 feet to the Southeast corner of the Northwest Quarter (NW HI of said Section 13; thence North iV-i-j.et" r... ,i ,.i. £„t IJ„, (,£ „^j Northwest Ouarter (WV H) he Northeast corner of the Southeast Ouarter the Northwest Ouarter (ri'-i H) of said Section 13: thence South West along the North line of the Southeast Quarter ISE S) of OOi'ZJ'SS' Cast alonq the thfereof 1328.12 feet to iit h) of 89*05'02" the Northwest Quarter 'Nv; i) thereof 664.57 feet to of the East Half (C S) of the Southeast Ouarter (SF Quarter (NN k) thereof; thence South 00'22'^7" West of the East Half (E S) of the Southeast Ouarter (SE Ouarter (NW h) thereof 664.22 feet to the Northwest Southeast Ouarter (SE H) of the Southeast Ouarter (SE "i) of the Northwest Ouarter (W h) : thence South 89*04' 12" West along the North line of the South Half (S S) of the South Half (S S) of the Northwest Ouarter (W 1^) of said Section 13 a distance of 1993.69 feet to the Northwest corner of the South Half (S S) of the South Half (S >|) of the Northwest Ouarter :NW H) thereof: thence South O0*22'32'' West along the West line of tHe South Half (S i) of the South Half (S 'j) of the Northwest Ouarter 'NW • ; thereof 664.71 feet to the Point of Beginning. the Northwest corner >i) of the Northwest alonq the West line i|| of the Northwest corner of the publichearing shall be held in the Council Chaisbars x'ater Street, Henderson, Nevada, on Monday, Julv 16, at City Hall, ">.*} 1979, at the hour =epcr^s as required by Nevada Revised Statute 268.571, concerning the City's .rtenticn and purpose for Annexation shall be filed with the City Z'.trr. oi the City of Henderson and be available for examination bv thr pus.ic for a period of at least 20 days prior to the 16th of July, 1979. r:ll9wi.ig are the naaies and addresses of all owners of record within the sriperty proposed to be annexed: Soval Crest, inc. Any record aay: ~T:^7BOXT2*27. Las Vegas, Nevada 8910* owner(s) of property within the territory proposed to be annexed Appear and be heard at such public hearing and nay file with the City Clerk of the City of Henderson a written protest to such annexation at any time within IS days after the conclusion of such public hearing; or -1-Appear and be heard at such public hearing or may file with the City Clern of the City of Henderson a written protest to such annexation at any time within 15 davs after the conclusion of such public hearing. 'ess 'he ira-oritv of the property owners m the territory proposed to be annexed protest the annexation, either verbally at the public hearina or in writing witnin 15 eays after the conclusion thereof, 'he City Council shall have the authority to adopt an ordinance extending t.he corporate limits of the City of Henderson to include all or part of tne territory herein described. DATED this 29Ui day of May. 1979. PUBLISHED IN THE HENDERSON HOME NEWS Jl-*t 21. 28 and of City Hall and two places JXY 5. 1979 POSTED on the Bulletin on the Property Board at the Front JUlt 19, 1979 Door COPY nailed '-c Requested above named owners June 21. 1979 at addresses indicated. Return Receipt LfGAl NOTKE In The Ei(hth Judicial Diilnd Court of the SUU of Nerada In and Per the Ceunly of Clark HLED JUNE 14 3 10 PM 19 LORETTA BOWMAN, CLERK BY RUTH DOWD NO PI 1094 IN THE MATTER OP THE ESTATE or LEWIS W BATSMAN. II NOTICE TO CREDITORS (90 Days Notice) Notice It hereby jiren (hat the underiignod kai been duly ap pointed and qualified by the above entllled Court en the 11th day of May, 1979. ai Admlnlitrator of the eiUU of LEWIS W BATEMAN. D deceased All creditors havinf claims •gainst nald etiate are required to flic the same with the proper vou ehers attached, with the Clerk of Court within W dayi after the first publication of ibis notice. Date June MAD 19T9. Ill Cal J Potter. Ill CALJ POTTER, lU (s)CalJ Potter III Attorney for the EitaU CALJ POTTER. Ill 32 So Third SI, Suite 24 Us Vegas, Nevada 99101 H-Junc21, 99.Jaly9.1979 lEGia NOTKE CASE NO 012317 IN THE EIGHTH JUDIOAL DIS' TRICT COURT OP THE STATE OP NEVADA IN AND POR THE COUNTY OP CLARK PILED JUN 9 3:44 PH '79 LORETTA BOWMAN CLERK BY SHARON ANDERSON In the MatUr of Parental Rights u Is Bsby Bey HANSEN, s MinerNOTICE TO BRUCE BRAQY. the alleged fstbcr of the sbove named minor; and TO All persons clsimlag to be father of said minor YOU. AND EACH OP VOU. ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that there has been filed In the above entitled Court a Petition praying for the terminatlan of parental rights over the above named minor person, and that the said Petition hai been •et for hearing before thu Court, at the Courtroom thereof, at Las Vegas, in the County of Clark, State of Nevada, on the Ttb day of July. 1979, al 9:00a m, at which time and place you arc requested to be present if you desire to oppose isid Pet It ion DATED thii 6 day of June. 1979 LORETTA BOWMAN. County Clerk BY SHARON ANDERSON (DISTRICT COURT SEAL) H June 21, 21. July 5, 12, 1979 ^^^^7^ NOTICE or PVBUC HEARING NOTICE 19 iEUBY GIVEN that the Plaaalsg Ceamlaaloe af the Oly sT • esteraaa will heM s Pehllc • cartag ee Jely 1919. il 99 p.. Is the PlaaalBi CMsaUslee Ckaahers, City Mall Aaaes, Ovle Caster, 991 Lead Street. leBdersoa, Nevsda, la eeesMer the affHeaUee af Mr. Jeha MIsefee, M9 Pledertek. Laa Vegas, Nevada, 99199. la allev the Ms vHh less Ihaa the • lalMiai 9J99 Sfasre IsM reqalrsd by the Seels* Ordlaaace. 8aM lau arc leeaM at 1999.19M aed 1999 Bvelys Street aad 1991 aad 1999 MargartU Strati. Sunflower tscdi an • good source of protein, lEGAL NOTKE PUBUC NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the City Council of the City of Henderson coniidcred the passsge of sn Ordinance al their Refular Meeting on June i 1979, entitled BILL NO 209 "AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE HENDERSON MUNICIPAL CODE CHAPTER 19, PLANNING AND ZONING. SECTIONS 19 20 000 AND 19 22 030 BY ADDING THERETO PROVISIONS AUTHORIZING CEMETERIES. MAUSOLEUMS AND COLUM BARIUMS SUBJECT TO THE SECURING OP A USE PERMIT IN THE RE (RANCH ESTATES RE SIOENCE DISTRICT) AND R R RURAL RESIDENCE DISTRICT) AND PROVIDING OTHER MAT TERS RELATED THERETO which has been referred to a Committee of the Council as a Whole for study and recommendation and a copy of said Ordinance has been filed with the City Clerk for general public scrutiny The Committee Meeting will be held immediately following the Adjourned Meeting which will be held June 2S, 1979. at 7 OOP M. in the Council Chamber at City Hall. 243 Water Street The Council will adopt or reject this Ordinance within 3D days DATED this Itth day of June. 1979, and published in the Henderson Home News June 21, 1979 IS) Dorothy A Vondenbrink DOROTHY A VONDENBRINK, CMC, CITY CLERK HJune 21, 1979 V4.79 ANY AND ALL interested persons may appear before the City Planning Commission either in oerson or by counsel snd mav obiect to or express approval of the proposed Variance, or may. prior to the Public Hearing, file with the City Planning Deparlmenl written objection thereto or approval thereof DATED June 19. 1979 IS) GILBERT VALDEZ. Chairman HENDERSON PLANNING COMMISSION H June 21,1979 NOTICTE OP PUBLIC REARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVXN that the Planning Commission of the City of Hendenion will hold a Public Hearing of July i. 1979. at 9 00 p m in the Planning Commission Chambers. City Hall Annei. 201 Lead Street. Hen derson. Nevada, to consider the application of Mr Don Farmer. Equity Cortration. PC Boi 19034. Us Vegas, NY 99101. for a Zone Change from R-R (Rural Residence District) to R-1 (One Family Residence District), R-3 I Limited Multiple Residential District) and C-2 (General Commercial District) for 121 acres in the northeast quarter of Section 13, Township 22 South. Range 61 East, generally located near the intersections of Windmill. Pecos and Wigwam Streets Z-n79 ANY AND ALL Interested persons may appear before the City Planning Commission either in person or by counsel and may ob)ect to or express approval of the proposed Zone Change, or may. pnor to the Publ ic Hearing, file with the City Planning Department written objection thereto or approval thereof DATED June 19 1979 (s) GILBERT VALDEZ. Chairman HENDERSON PUNNING COMMISSION H June 21.1979 PUBUC NOTICE Below listed automobiles will be told to highest bidder to Mtiaiy tewing and or storage fees 1909 Buick. 4 dr Serial No 494399C1194M Lie No TEB910. 1977 Arts. 1964 PentUc Senal No 29237SC133032. Uc No CTB194. Ill Trailer Serul No 9M0 Uc No HU1494. Calif 1994 Rambler Sta Wagon Serial No A*KS90Gll9a32 Uc No RMS077. 1979 Arts 1997 Penl. terUI No 7C99CI90999 \M. Ne TWJ99B, 1979 Arts. 1972 Che* SerUI No lM99H7rrrr2M, Uc No CWY99D, 1919 Ne*. 1999 Rambler 2 dr Senal No P1S1919 Lk. Ne CNY999. Nev 1990 lattmational Pickup Serial No SDB010999 Uc Ne. Neee • 1970DodteMoBaco4dr Serul No DH4IUDI199mU( No CWAI49.Nev Triumph MC Senal No Tl]DRDW99g99. Uc Ne •(M4.1999 Nev 1992 Cadillac 4 dr Senal No 9IBeil4ai Lit Ne. CXN1I9. Nev Henda MC, Senal No CLTTIOMIBI. Uc. No MR IBTI Nev 1999 Chevy 2 dr, Senal Ne MdlTBJMMl Uc Ne CTa999,1919 Ne* 1999 Dedie 2 dr. Senal No XSSL9B99MgB Uc Ne. 0LO499^ 1977 Nev 1999 Merrery Serial No 9M7Y9999U Uc Ne.. Neee 1972 Feed MaalaM Ml Serial Ne 2PBHU9fn Uc No Cmom. Nev 1999OldsaMMIe99convertible Serial Ne. 399979X119499 Uc. Ne arm, 1979 Ne. 1991 P li aesUl 9erial No 3719129492 Lk Ne DR-LCltMM 1999 Chevy Senal No 19919mi94U Uc No. CTPMB 1979 Ne* 1999 Peellac 4 dr sedan Senal No M999XianiB Uc No CME199 Nevada IMTChavreiel BiKayne Serial Ne lSMBTr>4ll91 Uc Ne CNE7, Nev Neike ia bsrebr gives thai L All Aaerteaa Aele, will sell above sMaUeaed preyertyea Prtday, JelyB, 1979 at 19 AM al 1491 Aibel 9t Headersea. Nev We ieen Ota rtgBi le bid H-Juae 21. July 11979 1 All AmerKsa Aele HBIAthel Headersea, Ne*. 990U H Jeae n. a. Jsly 11979 IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CLARK No DI0166 RAMON S FEUCIANO, Plaintiff vs. REBECCA OCAMPO FEUCIANO, Defendant SUMMONS THE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFEN DANT: Vou are hereby summoned and required to serve upon EDWARD WEINSTEIN, CHARTERED plaintifrs at torney. whose address is 230S Las Vegas Blvd S.. Las Veea Nevada 8B104 an answer to the Complaint which is herewith served upon you, within 20 days after service of this Summons upon you, exclusive of the day of service. If you fail to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the telief demanded in the Complaint. This action is brought to recover a judgment dissolving the bonds of matrimony presently existing between you and the Plaintirr LORETTA BOWMAN, • Clerk of Court By REBECCA WITT Deputy Clerk (DISTRICT COURT SEAL) DATE March 21. 197S H May 24, 31, 1S79 June 7, 14, 21, LEGAL NOTKE LEGAL NOTKE NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PERMISSION TO APPROPRIATE THE PUBUC WATERS OF THE STATE OF NEVADA June &. 1979 Application No 339U Notice IS hereby given that on the 3rd day of October 1977. Catherine Keeton of San Diego State of California made application to the Slate Engineer of Nevada for permission to appropnate 2 7 second feet of the public waters of the slate of Nevada Diversion Is to be made from an underground source at a point located within the NEi'< NW V Section34,T 34S R 3E M DBA M or al a point from which the NH corner of said Section 34 bears N 4a'E.adisUnccof200 0r*cl WaUr will be used for irrigation and domestic purposes from January 1st to December 31st of CKk year Dale of first publication June 7. 1979 DaU of last publication July 5.1079 Signed William J Newman, P E State Engiaeer H June 7,14, 2L 19, July}. 1979 IN THE EIGHTH JUDIHAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CLARK No DIOMl AMAUA SUSAN BYRNE. PlainUff vs. NICHOLAS CHARLES BYRNE, Defendant SUMMONS THE STATE OP NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT You arc herel>y summoned and required to serve upon FRANK LIN. BIXLER k DAMUS. Chid plaintifTs attorney, whose address IS 22S East Bridger Avesee. Us Vegas, Nevada, an anaver te Mn. Complaint which is herewith served upon you, within 20 days after service ef tJua Summons upon yee, ciclissivc of the day of service If yo fail to do ao, JwdfMat by de fault will be taken against yee far the relief demanded in the Cwih pUiat This IS an action brought by Plaintiff against Defaedant for the dissolution of tke bonds of mat rimony herelefor* existieg betwees the parties hereto as can be mere fally seen la the Verified Cosif lalnl ee file herein Uretla Eearsua, ClertiefCewt By Manha Psdllla Depeiy Clerk Dale Maieh a. 1979 iDistrtcrCeart Seel) • •MaylLJaaer 1121,19T9 IN THE EIGHTH JUDICUL DIS TRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, IN AND POR THE COUNTY or CURE NO D. fm PATRKIA ANN Pm, IVeiaUfr vs. HENRY EARL PITt Defcndaat SUMMONS THE STATE OP NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT Yea are hereby summoned and repaired to serve upon CAL J POTTER, III plaintllTs attorney, whose address is 119 South Third St., Suite 24, Us Vegas, Nevada an answer to the ComplaiBt which Is herewith served upon you. within 2U days after service of this summons upon you. exclusive of the day of service, if you fail to do so, judgment by defaull will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint This action is brought against you to recover s Judgment dissolving the bonds of matrimony heretofore and now existing between you and the Paintlff. LORETTA BOWMAN, Clerk of Court By RUTH DOWD Deputy Clerk (DISTRICT COURT SEAL DATE March 7, 1979 HMay31,June7, 14.21,1979 IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DIS TRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CLARK FILED June 5, 3 09 p m '79 Loretta Bowman Clerk By Marsha Padilla CASE NO D12193 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPU CATION OF FLORENCE KROLAK. Applicant NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the applicant, FLORENCE KROLAK. has filed an Applicalion on the I day of June. 1979 the object of which is to change her name from FLORENCE KROLAK to FLOR ENCE DE VINNEY which name applicant desires to bear in the fii lure All persons having objections to said name change shall, within ten (10) days after the last publication of this Notice, file written objec lions with the Cleric of the above named Court DATED this 5 day of June. 1979 Loretta Bowman. Clerk By Marsha Padilla (District Court Seal) Bell. Uavilt. and Green, Dd Counsel for Applicant aoi E Bndger Us Vegas. Nevada H June 14, 21. 29. July S. 1979 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PERMISSION TO APPROPRIATE THE PUBLIC WATERS OF THE STATE OF NEVADA June S, 1979 Application No 33993 Notice is hereby given that on the 3rd day of October 1977 Raymond Keeton of San Diego Sia'r of Califsmia made application to the SlaU Engineer of Nevada for per mission to appropriate Zl second feet of the public waters of the stale of Nevada Diversion is to be made from an underground source al a point Incited within the SE^'a SE^. Section28,T 24S R93E.MDB 4 M or al a point from which the SE corner of said SectiT 28 bear'. S 80*E. a distance of MX) Ofeet Water vbill be used for irriiiatian and domestic purposes from January 1st 10 December 3Ut oi each year Date of rirsi publication June 7, 1979 Date of last publication July 5,1979 Signed William J. Newman, P E State Engineer H June 7.14.21. 29. July S. 1919 Notice is hereby given that Nevada SUt Bank. 4th and Carson Streets (PO Bos 090) Us Vegas Nevada 99101. has filed with the Federul Depu>ti liiturji.ie Corporation and aDPiicallini to Es tabllah a Branch, which application was accepted for P.llng on Jane 6, 1979 The permanent locstion of the preposed branch is 414 Boulder Highway Any person wishing to comment en this application maji file bis comments in writing with the Regional Director ef the Federal Depoiit iBtiirance Corporatlen at its Regional OWIce, 44 Montgomery Street. Suite 3800. §an Franciico. California 04194 If anj' person de sires to protest the grahiing of this applicalion he has a right to do so if he files a written notice of Ms intent with the Regional Director within 15 days of the date of the last puMica tion of this notice The nonconfl denttal portions ef the application arc on file in the Regional Office as part of the public file maintained by the Corporation This (lie is av allable for public inspection during regular l>uslnc!'S hours Published pursusnt to Section 303 14(b) (11 ofihe Rules and Regulations of the Federal Deposit In surance Corporation Nevada State Bank By (s) Robert T Collet lu Sr. Vice Pres Cashier • Secretary H • June 14,21,1979 IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DIS TRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CLARK No P11231 FILED June 5 4 06 p m 79 Loretta Bowman, Clerk By Ruth Dowd W THE MATTER OFTHE ESTATE OF VINCENT WILLIAM SKURDANIS, NOTICE TO CREDITORS (00 Days Notice) Notice u hereby given that the undersigned has been duly ap pointed and qualified by the above entitled Court on the 1st day of June 1079. as Executor of the eatale of VINCENT WILLIAM SKUR DANIS deceased All creditors having claims against said estate are required to file the same with the proper vou chers attached, with the Clerk of the Court within an rlnys after the first publication of thl notice Dated June, A D Ur9 (s) James M Bixler James N Bilcr Franklin. Bixler k Damns. Chid By Attorney for the Estate H June 7. 14. 21. 1979 NOTICE OF APPIICATION FOR PERMISSION TO APPROPRIATE THE Pt,'BLIC WATERS OF THE STATE OF NEVADA June i. 1979 Application No 3399t Notice IS hereby given that on the 3rd day of Ortol.i r 1977. Kairy Faye Frank Keeton of San Oiego State of California made applicalion to ine State EnRinecr of Nevada for permisaion to appropriate ^7 second feet of the public waters of the state of Nevada Diversion is te he made from an undcreround -....'ce at a point located within the SE SW^. Sectionr T 94S.K t3E.MDB k M or at a point from which thr S'. comer of said Section 27 bear. S 49*E.adistanccofaaaofcet Water will he used for iirigatlon and domestic purposes fh>m January 1st to Decembe. 31>i of each year Dale of first publication June 7 1979 Date of last publication July 3.1979 Signed William J Newman. PE State Engineer H June 7.14. 21. a, July 9.1979 INVITATION TO BID The Housing Authority of the County of Clark. Nevada (hereinafter referred to as Owner! will receive sealed bids endorsed "BID ON LANDSMAN GARDEN MOD ERNIZATION. PHASE II. HEN DERSON. NEVADA unlil four (4 00) o'clock p m PaciAr Daylight Savings Time, on Monday. Julv 16 1979 al the offlre of the Esecutise Director, Administration Building, S044 East Flamingo Road La< Vegas. Nevada (MAILING ADDRESS PO Box 12497 East Us Vegas Branch. Us Vegas 99112l and then publicly opened and read aloud Proposed form of contract documents, including plans and spccill cations, are on file at the OITlce of the Executive Director Copies of the documents may be obtained by depositing 990 00 with the Owner for each set of documents so ob lamed Such deposits will he re funded to each person who returns the plans, specifications and other documents in good condition within ten (10) days after hid opening In addition to the deposit, a non re fundable fee of 9900 per set. paid by separate check, is required if the documents are lo be mailed Plans and specifications arc available for general contractors (4 sets msiimum) Information for bidders and con tract document may be examined al 1. Construction Notebook, 3S99 Polsns. Us Vegas. Nevada ZFW Dodge Construction. 1100 E Sahara Ave, SuiU 203, Ut Vegas. Nevada A certified check or hank draft, payable to the Housing Authority of the County of Clark. Nevada. U S Government Bonds, or a satiafaclory bid bond executed by the bid der and acceptable sureties in an amount equal to five prcent iS%) of the bid shall be submitted with CKk bid Bidder must be a Contractor licensed In the Slate of Nevada Successful bidder will be required 10 rumish and pay for satisfactory performance and payment bond or bonds Attention is called to the provi sions for equal employmeni oppor tunityand payment of not less than the minimum salanes and wages (as set forth in the Speciricalion-i whKh must be paid on this subject No bid shall be withdrawn for a period of sisty i90) days subsequent le the opening bids without the pnor written content of the Owner Owner reserves the right te reject any er all btds or to waive ialormallties in the bidding HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE COUNTY OF CLARK By W F Cettrell W F Cettrell Executive Director H Jeae 14, M,. Jaly I, II. IfIB H Juae 1121., July 111,1979 IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DIS TRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA. IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CLARK No Diiaos Bruce Messadi Plaintiir vs Irts Lorraine Metsadi. Defendant SIMMONS THE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT You are heretiy summoned and requiredtoserveuponCalJ Potter. Ill plainUfTs attorney, whose ad dreas is 329 South Third SI. Suite 24. Us Vegas. Nevada. 89101 an answer to the Complaint which is herewith served upon you. within 20 days after service of this Sum mons upon you, exclusive of the day of service If you fail to do so.judg ment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint This action is brought againat you to recover a judgment dissolving the bonds of matrimony heretofore and now edsting between you and the Plaintirr (SI Urctta Bowman Clerk of Court By Ruth Dowd Deputy Clerk (Seal) Data: May 19,1979 H June 14, 21,19, July 9,1979 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PERMISSION TO APPROPRIATE THE PUBLIC WATERS OF THE STATE OF NEVADA June 11.1979 Application No 34109 Notice IS hereby given that on the 17th day of October 1977. Gary SU vcn Metcalf of San Diego. SUtc of California made applscatmn to the State Engineer of Nevada for per mission to appropriate 27 second feet of the public waters of the State of Nevada Diversion is to be mad* from an uodergreund source at a point located within the NESi NWVi, SecUean,T14S..R.lE,M D B fc M. er si a paial • tihkh the NW ceraer ef aald SeeUen 27 bears N 49*E.s distance ef 100 Ofeet Water will be used for irriiatioa and deasestic purposes from January 1st le December 31sl of each year Date ef ftrst publication June 14. 1919 Dale ef last pabllcaiMS Jaly II, 1979 Sigaed wmtaaiJ MsawaaPE 1 1.1 Henderson Home News*Henderson, Nevida My Fovorite Picture Page I Thursday, June 21,1971 % by Rae Von Dornum Bernice Sanger, at left, is shown being installed as the Charter President of Henderson Toastmistress Club, Sept. 19,1959. Maxine Yoeman, at right, served as topic mistress. Standing, from left, are Grace Payne Hall, third vice president of Toastmistress Clubs, International, who presented the charter; Rae Von Dornum organizing president of Henderson Toastmistress Club, and Ellen Shirley, vice president. Sixty two members and guests attended the meeting. Honored guests included; Pauline Wade, treasurer of Council Eight, ITC; and Bonnie Hoffman, president of the Las Vegas Toastmistress Club. Muriel Mooney, past president and extension chairman for the Las Vegas Toastmistress Club, installed the new officers, including Verla Purdy, vice president; Marion Moot, secretary; Cecile Becker, treasurer and Margaret Reed, club representative. Featured speakers of the evening, introduced by Toastmistress Ellen Shirley, were; Flora Dungan, past president of the Las Vegas Toastmistress Club; Robert Kreiger. past governor of Area Eight Toastmasters and a member of Desert Toastmaster Club; and Bernada French, president of the Purple Sage Toastmistress Club. Robert Kreiger won the bull thrower trophy. Theme of the meeting was wit and wisdom. Henderson Toastmistress Club is presently making plans for its twentieth anniversary celebration. Unfortunately our Charter president will not be able to attend for she is very ill and confined to her bed. She is too ill to receive any visitors, but can talk on the telephone if the calls are not too long and tiring. She also enjoys reading. I learned this when I called to see if I could go to her home and interview her for a story. This is being written from memory and old newspaper clippings, Bernice is a trained nurse and when my husband was ill and had to have shots every other day; she stopped on her way to work and gave him his shots to save him the painftil trips to the doctor's office. Her kindness has never t)een forgotten. ijl4nMtdt*3t<4ntt*i|t**dt*4nMa|(4(4e9|(itt*dt4tdn|n]^. Ckib Activities Boys' Sat.. June 23 Wed. June 27 Sat.. June 30 T-BdlStandlBgM T-BU RcfnltoiWed., June 13 Yanks-25. PadrMl9; Angels-16. Braves-Se Sat.. June 16 Yanks-lS. Braves-6; Giants-18. Dodgers-?. SoaiBer Caapw Parents with boys between the ages of 8-12 can still Gil out applications for Camp during the week of August 410. 1979. The Camp will be in Palm Springs, California, and transportation and physicals will be provided. Several boys between the ages of 13-18 may still sign up for Yosemite National Park Camp during the week of August J t K Ltflds Bowlers T-Ball Scheduiei Padres-Giants Angels-Yanks Giants-Braves Dodger-Padres Angels-Giants Yanks-Dodgers 9:IS a.m. 10:30 a.m. 6:00p.m. 7:15 p.m. 9:lS8.m. 10:30 a.m. Saminer Hoon> Vacation Bii)le School Begins Monday At First Baptist Church Team Won lost Yanks 2 0 Angels Giants 1 1 0 0 Padres 0 1 Dodgers Braves 0 0 1 2 9 -'llr Vacation Bible School will be held at First Baptist Churcn next -week -Monday through Friday. June 25-29. "JESUS I'M HIS....HE'S MIN&" is the theme for the school, and will be held each weekday from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Classes will be offered for all ages from 3 The Henderson Boys' Gub will be open Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. during the summer vacation months. Please call the Boys' Oub at 565-6568 or 565-6569 for further information. years of age through those who have completed 6th grade. Students will enjoy the many interesting activities including song time, Bible study, interesting visual demoastrations. classroom interaction, craft making, and many others. Refreshments will be served daily. Students may stiH register for the Bible School by calling 565-9511-anytime or by coming to the church office this Saturday from 10 to 11 a.m. Sunday School classes are held for all ages. These classes begin on Sunday Mornings at 9:30 a.m. The Worship Houp is at 11 a.m. During the Worship Hour this Sunday, there will be a Dedication Service of all Vacation Bible School workers. The pastor^s sermon for the Sunday will be '•Reconciliation Now". • Baptist Evening Fellowship begins at 5 p.mr with Recreation Time. There is Mrs. Mayes' Third Grade Triumphs in Behavior Awards For the fourth time this year, the third grade class taught by Mrs. Sheryl Mayes at Robert Taylor School, won the good behavior award for the month. Besides winning the month's award, the class achieved another "first" in that not one student in the room received a ticket for misconduct during the month of May. On the first and second grade level the class taught by Mrs. Lee Edmond won the good conduct award, also for the fourth consecutive time. On the fifth and sixth grade level, the sixth grade class taught by Mrs. Karla Severson was the winner. The citizenship program, inaugurated this year by school principal Dale Riddle and the faculty of Robert Taylor School, was organized to improve school behavior and to point out specifi-/ cally what is considered good conduct and what is not acceptable. Tickets may be given by the faculty for infractions of rules, twenty of which have been set forth in Dodger Vs Expos Baseball Tiip On Saturday, July 21, the buses will leave the youth Center. 107 W. Basic at 11 a.m. and head toward Los Angeles to see the Dodgers and the Montreal Expos play a 6 p.m. game at Dodger Stadium. The buses will rett n to the Youth CenUr / 2:30 a.m. Sunday. July 22. All those who are 10 years old and up are eligible to sign up on a first come, first serve basis for this game at the price of $20 per person. The S20 pays for transportation and a S4.50 box seat. Only the first 82 people to pay will be allowed to go. Recreation Department in Room 22 in the Civic Center Complex will be accepting checks and waivers between the hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.. Monday through Friday. For more information call 565-8932 and ask for Qyde C. Caldwell. J and K Pharmacy won first place in the Thursday night bowling league standings for the week ending June 7. The other standings were team 2. Almost Enough. Team three, team six. team 1, Harmon Plumbing and theFlakes. The high game for teams were team 2, J and K Pharmacy and Almost Enough. High Scratch Game R. Coggins 203 L. Nelson 181 C. Ashpaugh 179 S. SwartMnburg 178 High Handicap Game R. Coggins 219 T Jaramillo 214 S. Swartzenburg 210 C. Ashpaugh 207 High Team Series JftK2318 Team 2 2272 3'nl22S3 Sahnrtion Army Advisory Board To Meet Dick Lutters. chairman of the local Salvation Army Advisory Board, announced there would be a meeting of the board on Friday. June 22 at 12 noon at the Bdorado Gub. Anyone interested in attending this meeting is cordially invited to do so. All board meetings are open to the public. Generally the meetings are held on the last Friday of the months of September through June but due to the departure of Lt. and Mrs. It. Jim Thompson next week, the board is meeting a week earlier this month. Sing and Praise Time at 6 p.m.. followed by Growth Groups for all ages, ATTENTION YOUTH: Omegans are invited to the Pastor's home this Friday evening at 7:30 p.m. for an evening of Fun. Fellowship and Refreshments. "Beyond the Concept" is the theme of the evening's activity. The Pastor, Rev. John Osko. and the entire congregation of First Baptist Church invite you to participate in all services and activities of the church. First Baptist Church is located at 47 East Atlantic Ave.. Henderson. For additional information please call 565-9511. Mrs. Mayes' Third Grade Class clear language and made known tc all students. Rooms winning at the end of a month by having the least number of tick,ets per room in their grade group are awarded a special privilege," such as an educational movie, or the fun of having physical education classes in ** • -v^ -: • i-^^^Morrell Park. Free popcorn is provided for all winning students. The program has been successful in that during the year the number of tickets given has decreased remarkably and students who do not receive tickets are learning self-discipline and are exhibiting personal pride in good conduct. mtiTucNMa NQKISKi BLACKMOUNTAIN PLUMBING iow*Tis • SEWER & DRAIN LINES CLEANED • ^ FAUCETS • GARBAGE DISPOSALS • / NtW FIXTURES INSTALLED ,' (OMMiaCIAl • If SIMNTIAl v _, ::! L_ .POBEBT TOOO. Owner '^ BIRTHSi St. Rost de Limo JUNEIl-Mr.and.Mrs, Keith McPherson, Henderson, girl; Mr. and Mrs, David Buckles, Henderson, girl. JUNE 13 -Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Cavalieri. North Las Vegas, girl; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Province. Jr.. Henderson, boy; Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Anderson, Las Vegas, giri. Presbyterian Church News Family Prayer Breakfast is held each Wednesday morning at 6 a.m. over at the Eldorado. New summer hours for the church are as follows: Sunday School and Adult Bible Study 8:30 a.m. with worship beginning at 10 a.m. This will continue thru August. We invite you to come out and worship with us especially newcomers to town looking for a church home. There is a nursery provided during worship and a coffee fellowship is held immediately after worship. The church is located at 525 Westminster Way just behind Morrell City park. Rev Bill Kirkman is the pastor and his office hours are 8 00 • 12 noon 1-4 p.nu Monday thru Friday. JUNEH-Mr. andMrs. Robert Meredith, Las Vegas, girl. JUNE 15 -Mr, and Mrs. Roy Haynes. Las Vegas, girl; Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Workman, Henderson, girl; Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Spinks, II, Las Vegas, boy. JUNE 17 -Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Candeiaria, Henderson, bo v. Ml. MMUI \M$t n%. M 1 4 • MUtpNIcM* wa. 1 Jt p M. Ill T**fi MM Ml INI INSOlVENa NOTICE RESERVE INSURANCE COMPANY On May 29, 1979. the Circuit Court of Cook County. Illinois has declared the Reserve Insurance Company to be insolvent. The Commissioner of Insurance of the State of Nevada has notified the undersigned of this insolvency. All poiicyholders of Reserve Insurance Cornpa ny are hereby advised to secure replacement coverages immediately. All Nevada poiicyholders, former poiicyholders and leinholders having outstanding, unsettled claims against this company or having any questions regarding this insolvency should immediately contact the undersigned. NEVADA INSURANa GUARANTY ASSOCIATION 1100 EAST SAHARA AYL, SUITE 109 US VEOAS, NEVADA 89104

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LEGAL NOIKE NOTKS PLBABS TAKE NOTICI ikmt CVRTIS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY. INC. t Ntvadi eorpsnttM, hrtby claimi a Un upon tk land and prtmiit roniaenly ttam m SOU Cariael Av*au, Lai Vagaa, Clark Couaty, Nevada, aid m*n particulariy daKribad at SBVKN TRESS No. 7. U( ajtock 2. ad owMd by LESTIR PTmiAN and NANCY PITTMAN Tkii pttbUea lioa aaiVM ai neUea u all panoni keldiniar claiming licna undartha provislani of N R S lOt^aSl to lOaOH. inclusivt. on tha pramjaai l nic IUi the clerk of the Elfhth Judicial Diatnct Court and sarw on tb PlainUfr. CURTIS CONSTRUC nON COMPANY. INC at Ml Caat Bridgar Avenue, Lai Vagai, Navada, and on the DafendaBU. LESTER and NANCY PITTMAN, al the above iddrtu. written itata manU oftha facu constltatingtkMr licni. toflatker witk tkc data* and anounti thereof The itatamanti shall b niad within 10 dtyi of UM last publication of tku nottca H • June 21, B. July 5,197t IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CLARK No Dn020 JOSEPH T FALLO, Plaintiff vs CARLAJ. FALLO, Defendant SUMMONS THE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFEN DANT You are hereby summoned and required to serve upon EDWARD WEINSTEIN. CHARTERED plaintifrs attorney, whose address is 230S Las Vegas Blvd S.. Las Vegas. Nevada 80104 an answer to the Complaint which is herewith served upon you. within 20 days after service of this Summoits upon you, exclusive of the day of service If you fail to do so. jugment by default will b taken against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. This action is brought to recover a judgment dissolving the bonds of matrimony presently existing between you and the Plaintiff LORETTA BOWMAN. Clerk of Conn By LOUELU MYERS Deputy Clerk (DISTRICT COURT SEAL) DATE: April 23.1979 H May 24. 31. June 7.U, 31. 1978 Hendenon Home News, Hendcnon, Nevada Pigel Thnraday, June Zl, lt7t LEGAL NOIKE PUBLIC NOnCB NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that UM City Council of tha City of HaadanoB eonaidarad tha paiiat a of aa OidinaBca at thatr Rafalar MMtlM M Jaaa IS, UtB. aattUad BILL NO. ail "AN ORDINANCE REPIAUNG ORDINANCE NO. T0 AND GRANTING AN EXCLUSIVE FRANCHISE TO THE MENDER SON JAYCEES TO PLACE ADVIRHSING BENCHES WITHIN THE CITY UMTfS OP THE CITY or HENDERSON FOR A PERIOD OP nVE( YEARS AND SETTING FORTH THE TERMS AND CONDI TIONS UPON WHICH THE FRANCHISE MAY BE EXER aSSD." whieh ba> baen rahirad to a Committee oftba Council at a WMa t9r itady and racomnandittoa and a copy of Mid Ordinance hai baan niad with tha City Clark tor gaaaral public icrutiny Tha CasBlltaa MacUng will ba held lnoMdialaly folloviBg tha Adlawread MaaUag which will ba held June IVIt, at 7 00 P M IB the Council Chamber at City Hall. 243 Water Siraci The Council will adaptor reiactlhUOrdinance within 30 days DATED thli IMh day of June, im. and published Jaaa 21. ir9. in the Hendenon Home Nawi Is) Dorothy A Vondeabrink DOROTHY A VONDBNBRINK. CMC. crrv CLERK HJune 21, ir NOTICE or APPLICATION FOR PERMISSION TO APPROPRIATE THE r.'BUC WATERS OF THE S",ATE or NEVADA June f. IV7B AppliraUon No 33801 Notice is hereby given that on the 3rd day of October 1977. Steven Lac Kaeton of San Dif|o Slate of Califomli made ipplicalion to the State Enfinaer of Nevada for parmitston to appropriate 2 7 leeond feat of the public wtten of the Suu of Nevadi Diversion u to ba made from an underground source at a point looted within the SEV> NE'-<. Section33.T }4S R S3E.MDB M or at a point from which the E^ coroar of laid Section 33 baan S. S3* E., a diaunce of lOMO fhet Water will be uied for irrigation and dOBiestic purpoiei from January 1st to December 31it of each year Date of first publicatian June 7. lf Deli r laM pabhcatton July llffTB William J Newman. P E State Engineer LEGAL NOTKE RESOLUTION NO M3 "A RESOLUTION OP THE CTfY COUNCIL OF THE CHY OF HEN DKRSON. NEVADA. ESTABLISH ING AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL SERVICE FUND AND SE1TING FORTH THE TERMS AND CONDI TIONS THEREOF WHEREAS, tha Mad Ihr aa InUr govaraaaRtal Service Fund hai arisen ia order to allow the City of Henderson to maintain the health. safety and welfhre of it> cltisani. and WHEREAS. It Is tha deitrt af the City Council to eitabliih inch a fhad, aad WHEREAS, the obtect tnd purpoie of this hind IS to maintain the en glnaariag lervleei provided by the City; and WHEREAS, the reaoureei to be uied to ettabllth thli ftend shall come forthwith from: 1 Plan Check Fees of the City of Henderson, and 2 Tha OenenI Fund of the CMy of Hendarsan; and WHEREAS, the sourcei from which the (tend ihall be replenished are 1. Reimburtaments from the Clark County Regional Streets and Highways Commi.siion. and 2. Bond project* proceeds; and WHEREAS, the method for control hag expenditurei and revenues lor the Intergovernmental Service Fund ihall t>e in fill I accordance with NRS 3M470. Local Govern men! Budget Act. and WHEREAS, the method for cnntrolling reserves, depreciation allowancei and lurpluiei tor the Intergovernmental Service Fund shill l>c in full accordance with NRS 3M.470. Local Government Budget Act; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE SOLVED that the City Council of the City of Henderson hereby eitabliihei an Intergovernmentil Service Fund BE rr FURTHER RESOLVtD that this Resolution shall be published in ftill in a qualified newspaper for at least two (2) publicstiont in the two (2) wcska succeeding its adoption PASSED AND ADOPTED thli IBIh day of June, I9T9, by the following vote VOTING AYE MAYOR LORIN L WILLIAMS; COUNCILMEN J GARY PRICE, PHIL STOUT, AND LORNA KESTERSON VOTING NAY NONE ABSENT COUNCILMAN CARL TON D LAWRENCE (s) Lorin L Williams LORIN L WILUAMS. MAYOR ATTEST IS) Dorothy A Vondenbrink DOROTHY A VONDENBRINK CMC CrrY CLERK H June 7,14. 21, 21. July S, 1979 H June 21. 29. 1979 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEJI of a Public Heirinq on the Petition for Annexation of real paroperty-ir tha County of Clark, State of Nevada, qenerally describejl .at: A portipn of the Morthweat Ouarter IMW H) of Section 13, Township 22 South, .Ranqe il East, H.D..M., containin9 fO acrea, more or lea*, more partiqul^rly described as follows: BEGINNING at the Southwest corner of the Northwest Ouarter (vw S) of said Section 13; thence North ?9'03'23" East along the South line of the /Jorthwest Ouarter INW m thereof 2659.17 feet to the Southeast corner of the Northwest Quarter (NW HI of said Section 13; thence North iV-i-j.et" r... ,i ,.i. £„t IJ„, (,£ „^j Northwest Ouarter (WV H) he Northeast corner of the Southeast Ouarter the Northwest Ouarter (ri'-i H) of said Section 13: thence South West along the North line of the Southeast Quarter ISE S) of OOi'ZJ'SS' Cast alonq the thfereof 1328.12 feet to iit h) of 89*05'02" the Northwest Quarter 'Nv; i) thereof 664.57 feet to of the East Half (C S) of the Southeast Ouarter (SF Quarter (NN k) thereof; thence South 00'22'^7" West of the East Half (E S) of the Southeast Ouarter (SE Ouarter (NW h) thereof 664.22 feet to the Northwest Southeast Ouarter (SE H) of the Southeast Ouarter (SE "i) of the Northwest Ouarter (W h) : thence South 89*04' 12" West along the North line of the South Half (S S) of the South Half (S S) of the Northwest Ouarter (W 1^) of said Section 13 a distance of 1993.69 feet to the Northwest corner of the South Half (S S) of the South Half (S >|) of the Northwest Ouarter :NW H) thereof: thence South O0*22'32'' West along the West line of tHe South Half (S i) of the South Half (S 'j) of the Northwest Ouarter 'NW • ; thereof 664.71 feet to the Point of Beginning. the Northwest corner >i) of the Northwest alonq the West line i|| of the Northwest corner of the publichearing shall be held in the Council Chaisbars x'ater Street, Henderson, Nevada, on Monday, Julv 16, at City Hall, ">.*} 1979, at the hour =epcr^s as required by Nevada Revised Statute 268.571, concerning the City's .rtenticn and purpose for Annexation shall be filed with the City Z'.trr. oi the City of Henderson and be available for examination bv thr pus.ic for a period of at least 20 days prior to the 16th of July, 1979. r:ll9wi.ig are the naaies and addresses of all owners of record within the sriperty proposed to be annexed: Soval Crest, inc. Any record aay: ~T:^7BOXT2*27. Las Vegas, Nevada 8910* owner(s) of property within the territory proposed to be annexed Appear and be heard at such public hearing and nay file with the City Clerk of the City of Henderson a written protest to such annexation at any time within IS days after the conclusion of such public hearing; or -1-Appear and be heard at such public hearing or may file with the City Clern of the City of Henderson a written protest to such annexation at any time within 15 davs after the conclusion of such public hearing. 'ess 'he ira-oritv of the property owners m the territory proposed to be annexed protest the annexation, either verbally at the public hearina or in writing witnin 15 eays after the conclusion thereof, 'he City Council shall have the authority to adopt an ordinance extending t.he corporate limits of the City of Henderson to include all or part of tne territory herein described. DATED this 29Ui day of May. 1979. PUBLISHED IN THE HENDERSON HOME NEWS Jl-*t 21. 28 and of City Hall and two places JXY 5. 1979 POSTED on the Bulletin on the Property Board at the Front JUlt 19, 1979 Door COPY nailed '-c Requested above named owners June 21. 1979 at addresses indicated. Return Receipt LfGAl NOTKE In The Ei(hth Judicial Diilnd Court of the SUU of Nerada In and Per the Ceunly of Clark HLED JUNE 14 3 10 PM 19 LORETTA BOWMAN, CLERK BY RUTH DOWD NO PI 1094 IN THE MATTER OP THE ESTATE or LEWIS W BATSMAN. II NOTICE TO CREDITORS (90 Days Notice) Notice It hereby jiren (hat the underiignod kai been duly ap pointed and qualified by the above entllled Court en the 11th day of May, 1979. ai Admlnlitrator of the eiUU of LEWIS W BATEMAN. D deceased All creditors havinf claims •gainst nald etiate are required to flic the same with the proper vou ehers attached, with the Clerk of Court within W dayi after the first publication of ibis notice. Date June MAD 19T9. Ill Cal J Potter. Ill CALJ POTTER, lU (s)CalJ Potter III Attorney for the EitaU CALJ POTTER. Ill 32 So Third SI, Suite 24 Us Vegas, Nevada 99101 H-Junc21, 99.Jaly9.1979 lEGia NOTKE CASE NO 012317 IN THE EIGHTH JUDIOAL DIS' TRICT COURT OP THE STATE OP NEVADA IN AND POR THE COUNTY OP CLARK PILED JUN 9 3:44 PH '79 LORETTA BOWMAN CLERK BY SHARON ANDERSON In the MatUr of Parental Rights u Is Bsby Bey HANSEN, s MinerNOTICE TO BRUCE BRAQY. the alleged fstbcr of the sbove named minor; and TO All persons clsimlag to be father of said minor YOU. AND EACH OP VOU. ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that there has been filed In the above entitled Court a Petition praying for the terminatlan of parental rights over the above named minor person, and that the said Petition hai been •et for hearing before thu Court, at the Courtroom thereof, at Las Vegas, in the County of Clark, State of Nevada, on the Ttb day of July. 1979, al 9:00a m, at which time and place you arc requested to be present if you desire to oppose isid Pet It ion DATED thii 6 day of June. 1979 LORETTA BOWMAN. County Clerk BY SHARON ANDERSON (DISTRICT COURT SEAL) H June 21, 21. July 5, 12, 1979 ^^^^7^ NOTICE or PVBUC HEARING NOTICE 19 iEUBY GIVEN that the Plaaalsg Ceamlaaloe af the Oly sT • esteraaa will heM s Pehllc • cartag ee Jely 1919. il 99 p.. Is the PlaaalBi CMsaUslee Ckaahers, City Mall Aaaes, Ovle Caster, 991 Lead Street. leBdersoa, Nevsda, la eeesMer the affHeaUee af Mr. Jeha MIsefee, M9 Pledertek. Laa Vegas, Nevada, 99199. la allev the Ms vHh less Ihaa the • lalMiai 9J99 Sfasre IsM reqalrsd by the Seels* Ordlaaace. 8aM lau arc leeaM at 1999.19M aed 1999 Bvelys Street aad 1991 aad 1999 MargartU Strati. Sunflower tscdi an • good source of protein, lEGAL NOTKE PUBUC NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the City Council of the City of Henderson coniidcred the passsge of sn Ordinance al their Refular Meeting on June i 1979, entitled BILL NO 209 "AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE HENDERSON MUNICIPAL CODE CHAPTER 19, PLANNING AND ZONING. SECTIONS 19 20 000 AND 19 22 030 BY ADDING THERETO PROVISIONS AUTHORIZING CEMETERIES. MAUSOLEUMS AND COLUM BARIUMS SUBJECT TO THE SECURING OP A USE PERMIT IN THE RE (RANCH ESTATES RE SIOENCE DISTRICT) AND R R RURAL RESIDENCE DISTRICT) AND PROVIDING OTHER MAT TERS RELATED THERETO which has been referred to a Committee of the Council as a Whole for study and recommendation and a copy of said Ordinance has been filed with the City Clerk for general public scrutiny The Committee Meeting will be held immediately following the Adjourned Meeting which will be held June 2S, 1979. at 7 OOP M. in the Council Chamber at City Hall. 243 Water Street The Council will adopt or reject this Ordinance within 3D days DATED this Itth day of June. 1979, and published in the Henderson Home News June 21, 1979 IS) Dorothy A Vondenbrink DOROTHY A VONDENBRINK, CMC, CITY CLERK HJune 21, 1979 V4.79 ANY AND ALL interested persons may appear before the City Planning Commission either in oerson or by counsel snd mav obiect to or express approval of the proposed Variance, or may. prior to the Public Hearing, file with the City Planning Deparlmenl written objection thereto or approval thereof DATED June 19. 1979 IS) GILBERT VALDEZ. Chairman HENDERSON PLANNING COMMISSION H June 21,1979 NOTICTE OP PUBLIC REARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVXN that the Planning Commission of the City of Hendenion will hold a Public Hearing of July i. 1979. at 9 00 p m in the Planning Commission Chambers. City Hall Annei. 201 Lead Street. Hen derson. Nevada, to consider the application of Mr Don Farmer. Equity Cortration. PC Boi 19034. Us Vegas, NY 99101. for a Zone Change from R-R (Rural Residence District) to R-1 (One Family Residence District), R-3 I Limited Multiple Residential District) and C-2 (General Commercial District) for 121 acres in the northeast quarter of Section 13, Township 22 South. Range 61 East, generally located near the intersections of Windmill. Pecos and Wigwam Streets Z-n79 ANY AND ALL Interested persons may appear before the City Planning Commission either in person or by counsel and may ob)ect to or express approval of the proposed Zone Change, or may. pnor to the Publ ic Hearing, file with the City Planning Department written objection thereto or approval thereof DATED June 19 1979 (s) GILBERT VALDEZ. Chairman HENDERSON PUNNING COMMISSION H June 21.1979 PUBUC NOTICE Below listed automobiles will be told to highest bidder to Mtiaiy tewing and or storage fees 1909 Buick. 4 dr Serial No 494399C1194M Lie No TEB910. 1977 Arts. 1964 PentUc Senal No 29237SC133032. Uc No CTB194. Ill Trailer Serul No 9M0 Uc No HU1494. Calif 1994 Rambler Sta Wagon Serial No A*KS90Gll9a32 Uc No RMS077. 1979 Arts 1997 Penl. terUI No 7C99CI90999 \M. Ne TWJ99B, 1979 Arts. 1972 Che* SerUI No lM99H7rrrr2M, Uc No CWY99D, 1919 Ne*. 1999 Rambler 2 dr Senal No P1S1919 Lk. Ne CNY999. Nev 1990 lattmational Pickup Serial No SDB010999 Uc Ne. Neee • 1970DodteMoBaco4dr Serul No DH4IUDI199mU( No CWAI49.Nev Triumph MC Senal No Tl]DRDW99g99. Uc Ne •(M4.1999 Nev 1992 Cadillac 4 dr Senal No 9IBeil4ai Lit Ne. CXN1I9. Nev Henda MC, Senal No CLTTIOMIBI. Uc. No MR IBTI Nev 1999 Chevy 2 dr, Senal Ne MdlTBJMMl Uc Ne CTa999,1919 Ne* 1999 Dedie 2 dr. Senal No XSSL9B99MgB Uc Ne. 0LO499^ 1977 Nev 1999 Merrery Serial No 9M7Y9999U Uc Ne.. Neee 1972 Feed MaalaM Ml Serial Ne 2PBHU9fn Uc No Cmom. Nev 1999OldsaMMIe99convertible Serial Ne. 399979X119499 Uc. Ne arm, 1979 Ne. 1991 P li aesUl 9erial No 3719129492 Lk Ne DR-LCltMM 1999 Chevy Senal No 19919mi94U Uc No. CTPMB 1979 Ne* 1999 Peellac 4 dr sedan Senal No M999XianiB Uc No CME199 Nevada IMTChavreiel BiKayne Serial Ne lSMBTr>4ll91 Uc Ne CNE7, Nev Neike ia bsrebr gives thai L All Aaerteaa Aele, will sell above sMaUeaed preyertyea Prtday, JelyB, 1979 at 19 AM al 1491 Aibel 9t Headersea. Nev We ieen Ota rtgBi le bid H-Juae 21. July 11979 1 All AmerKsa Aele HBIAthel Headersea, Ne*. 990U H Jeae n. a. Jsly 11979 IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CLARK No DI0166 RAMON S FEUCIANO, Plaintiff vs. REBECCA OCAMPO FEUCIANO, Defendant SUMMONS THE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFEN DANT: Vou are hereby summoned and required to serve upon EDWARD WEINSTEIN, CHARTERED plaintifrs at torney. whose address is 230S Las Vegas Blvd S.. Las Veea Nevada 8B104 an answer to the Complaint which is herewith served upon you, within 20 days after service of this Summons upon you, exclusive of the day of service. If you fail to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the telief demanded in the Complaint. This action is brought to recover a judgment dissolving the bonds of matrimony presently existing between you and the Plaintirr LORETTA BOWMAN, • Clerk of Court By REBECCA WITT Deputy Clerk (DISTRICT COURT SEAL) DATE March 21. 197S H May 24, 31, 1S79 June 7, 14, 21, LEGAL NOTKE LEGAL NOTKE NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PERMISSION TO APPROPRIATE THE PUBUC WATERS OF THE STATE OF NEVADA June &. 1979 Application No 339U Notice IS hereby given that on the 3rd day of October 1977. Catherine Keeton of San Diego State of California made application to the Slate Engineer of Nevada for permission to appropnate 2 7 second feet of the public waters of the slate of Nevada Diversion Is to be made from an underground source at a point located within the NEi'< NW V Section34,T 34S R 3E M DBA M or al a point from which the NH corner of said Section 34 bears N 4a'E.adisUnccof200 0r*cl WaUr will be used for irrigation and domestic purposes from January 1st to December 31st of CKk year Dale of first publication June 7. 1979 DaU of last publication July 5.1079 Signed William J Newman, P E State Engiaeer H June 7,14, 2L 19, July}. 1979 IN THE EIGHTH JUDIHAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CLARK No DIOMl AMAUA SUSAN BYRNE. PlainUff vs. NICHOLAS CHARLES BYRNE, Defendant SUMMONS THE STATE OP NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT You arc herel>y summoned and required to serve upon FRANK LIN. BIXLER k DAMUS. Chid plaintifTs attorney, whose address IS 22S East Bridger Avesee. Us Vegas, Nevada, an anaver te Mn. Complaint which is herewith served upon you, within 20 days after service ef tJua Summons upon yee, ciclissivc of the day of service If yo fail to do ao, JwdfMat by de fault will be taken against yee far the relief demanded in the Cwih pUiat This IS an action brought by Plaintiff against Defaedant for the dissolution of tke bonds of mat rimony herelefor* existieg betwees the parties hereto as can be mere fally seen la the Verified Cosif lalnl ee file herein Uretla Eearsua, ClertiefCewt By Manha Psdllla Depeiy Clerk Dale Maieh a. 1979 iDistrtcrCeart Seel) • •MaylLJaaer 1121,19T9 IN THE EIGHTH JUDICUL DIS TRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, IN AND POR THE COUNTY or CURE NO D. fm PATRKIA ANN Pm, IVeiaUfr vs. HENRY EARL PITt Defcndaat SUMMONS THE STATE OP NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT Yea are hereby summoned and repaired to serve upon CAL J POTTER, III plaintllTs attorney, whose address is 119 South Third St., Suite 24, Us Vegas, Nevada an answer to the ComplaiBt which Is herewith served upon you. within 2U days after service of this summons upon you. exclusive of the day of service, if you fail to do so, judgment by defaull will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint This action is brought against you to recover s Judgment dissolving the bonds of matrimony heretofore and now existing between you and the Paintlff. LORETTA BOWMAN, Clerk of Court By RUTH DOWD Deputy Clerk (DISTRICT COURT SEAL DATE March 7, 1979 HMay31,June7, 14.21,1979 IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DIS TRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CLARK FILED June 5, 3 09 p m '79 Loretta Bowman Clerk By Marsha Padilla CASE NO D12193 IN THE MATTER OF THE APPU CATION OF FLORENCE KROLAK. Applicant NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the applicant, FLORENCE KROLAK. has filed an Applicalion on the I day of June. 1979 the object of which is to change her name from FLORENCE KROLAK to FLOR ENCE DE VINNEY which name applicant desires to bear in the fii lure All persons having objections to said name change shall, within ten (10) days after the last publication of this Notice, file written objec lions with the Cleric of the above named Court DATED this 5 day of June. 1979 Loretta Bowman. Clerk By Marsha Padilla (District Court Seal) Bell. Uavilt. and Green, Dd Counsel for Applicant aoi E Bndger Us Vegas. Nevada H June 14, 21. 29. July S. 1979 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PERMISSION TO APPROPRIATE THE PUBLIC WATERS OF THE STATE OF NEVADA June S, 1979 Application No 33993 Notice is hereby given that on the 3rd day of October 1977 Raymond Keeton of San Diego Sia'r of Califsmia made application to the SlaU Engineer of Nevada for per mission to appropriate Zl second feet of the public waters of the stale of Nevada Diversion is to be made from an underground source al a point Incited within the SE^'a SE^. Section28,T 24S R93E.MDB 4 M or al a point from which the SE corner of said SectiT 28 bear'. S 80*E. a distance of MX) Ofeet Water vbill be used for irriiiatian and domestic purposes from January 1st 10 December 3Ut oi each year Date of rirsi publication June 7, 1979 Date of last publication July 5,1979 Signed William J. Newman, P E State Engineer H June 7.14.21. 29. July S. 1919 Notice is hereby given that Nevada SUt Bank. 4th and Carson Streets (PO Bos 090) Us Vegas Nevada 99101. has filed with the Federul Depu>ti liiturji.ie Corporation and aDPiicallini to Es tabllah a Branch, which application was accepted for P.llng on Jane 6, 1979 The permanent locstion of the preposed branch is 414 Boulder Highway Any person wishing to comment en this application maji file bis comments in writing with the Regional Director ef the Federal Depoiit iBtiirance Corporatlen at its Regional OWIce, 44 Montgomery Street. Suite 3800. §an Franciico. California 04194 If anj' person de sires to protest the grahiing of this applicalion he has a right to do so if he files a written notice of Ms intent with the Regional Director within 15 days of the date of the last puMica tion of this notice The nonconfl denttal portions ef the application arc on file in the Regional Office as part of the public file maintained by the Corporation This (lie is av allable for public inspection during regular l>uslnc!'S hours Published pursusnt to Section 303 14(b) (11 ofihe Rules and Regulations of the Federal Deposit In surance Corporation Nevada State Bank By (s) Robert T Collet lu Sr. Vice Pres Cashier • Secretary H • June 14,21,1979 IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DIS TRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CLARK No P11231 FILED June 5 4 06 p m 79 Loretta Bowman, Clerk By Ruth Dowd W THE MATTER OFTHE ESTATE OF VINCENT WILLIAM SKURDANIS, NOTICE TO CREDITORS (00 Days Notice) Notice u hereby given that the undersigned has been duly ap pointed and qualified by the above entitled Court on the 1st day of June 1079. as Executor of the eatale of VINCENT WILLIAM SKUR DANIS deceased All creditors having claims against said estate are required to file the same with the proper vou chers attached, with the Clerk of the Court within an rlnys after the first publication of thl notice Dated June, A D Ur9 (s) James M Bixler James N Bilcr Franklin. Bixler k Damns. Chid By Attorney for the Estate H June 7. 14. 21. 1979 NOTICE OF APPIICATION FOR PERMISSION TO APPROPRIATE THE Pt,'BLIC WATERS OF THE STATE OF NEVADA June i. 1979 Application No 3399t Notice IS hereby given that on the 3rd day of Ortol.i r 1977. Kairy Faye Frank Keeton of San Oiego State of California made applicalion to ine State EnRinecr of Nevada for permisaion to appropriate ^7 second feet of the public waters of the state of Nevada Diversion is te he made from an undcreround -....'ce at a point located within the SE SW^. Sectionr T 94S.K t3E.MDB k M or at a point from which thr S'. comer of said Section 27 bear. S 49*E.adistanccofaaaofcet Water will he used for iirigatlon and domestic purposes fh>m January 1st to Decembe. 31>i of each year Dale of first publication June 7 1979 Date of last publication July 3.1979 Signed William J Newman. PE State Engineer H June 7.14. 21. a, July 9.1979 INVITATION TO BID The Housing Authority of the County of Clark. Nevada (hereinafter referred to as Owner! will receive sealed bids endorsed "BID ON LANDSMAN GARDEN MOD ERNIZATION. PHASE II. HEN DERSON. NEVADA unlil four (4 00) o'clock p m PaciAr Daylight Savings Time, on Monday. Julv 16 1979 al the offlre of the Esecutise Director, Administration Building, S044 East Flamingo Road La< Vegas. Nevada (MAILING ADDRESS PO Box 12497 East Us Vegas Branch. Us Vegas 99112l and then publicly opened and read aloud Proposed form of contract documents, including plans and spccill cations, are on file at the OITlce of the Executive Director Copies of the documents may be obtained by depositing 990 00 with the Owner for each set of documents so ob lamed Such deposits will he re funded to each person who returns the plans, specifications and other documents in good condition within ten (10) days after hid opening In addition to the deposit, a non re fundable fee of 9900 per set. paid by separate check, is required if the documents are lo be mailed Plans and specifications arc available for general contractors (4 sets msiimum) Information for bidders and con tract document may be examined al 1. Construction Notebook, 3S99 Polsns. Us Vegas. Nevada ZFW Dodge Construction. 1100 E Sahara Ave, SuiU 203, Ut Vegas. Nevada A certified check or hank draft, payable to the Housing Authority of the County of Clark. Nevada. U S Government Bonds, or a satiafaclory bid bond executed by the bid der and acceptable sureties in an amount equal to five prcent iS%) of the bid shall be submitted with CKk bid Bidder must be a Contractor licensed In the Slate of Nevada Successful bidder will be required 10 rumish and pay for satisfactory performance and payment bond or bonds Attention is called to the provi sions for equal employmeni oppor tunityand payment of not less than the minimum salanes and wages (as set forth in the Speciricalion-i whKh must be paid on this subject No bid shall be withdrawn for a period of sisty i90) days subsequent le the opening bids without the pnor written content of the Owner Owner reserves the right te reject any er all btds or to waive ialormallties in the bidding HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE COUNTY OF CLARK By W F Cettrell W F Cettrell Executive Director H Jeae 14, M,. Jaly I, II. IfIB H Juae 1121., July 111,1979 IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DIS TRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA. IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CLARK No Diiaos Bruce Messadi Plaintiir vs Irts Lorraine Metsadi. Defendant SIMMONS THE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT You are heretiy summoned and requiredtoserveuponCalJ Potter. Ill plainUfTs attorney, whose ad dreas is 329 South Third SI. Suite 24. Us Vegas. Nevada. 89101 an answer to the Complaint which is herewith served upon you. within 20 days after service of this Sum mons upon you, exclusive of the day of service If you fail to do so.judg ment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint This action is brought againat you to recover a judgment dissolving the bonds of matrimony heretofore and now edsting between you and the Plaintirr (SI Urctta Bowman Clerk of Court By Ruth Dowd Deputy Clerk (Seal) Data: May 19,1979 H June 14, 21,19, July 9,1979 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PERMISSION TO APPROPRIATE THE PUBLIC WATERS OF THE STATE OF NEVADA June 11.1979 Application No 34109 Notice IS hereby given that on the 17th day of October 1977. Gary SU vcn Metcalf of San Diego. SUtc of California made applscatmn to the State Engineer of Nevada for per mission to appropriate 27 second feet of the public waters of the State of Nevada Diversion is to be mad* from an uodergreund source at a point located within the NESi NWVi, SecUean,T14S..R.lE,M D B fc M. er si a paial • tihkh the NW ceraer ef aald SeeUen 27 bears N 49*E.s distance ef 100 Ofeet Water will be used for irriiatioa and deasestic purposes from January 1st le December 31sl of each year Date ef ftrst publication June 14. 1919 Dale ef last pabllcaiMS Jaly II, 1979 Sigaed wmtaaiJ MsawaaPE 1 1.1 Henderson Home News*Henderson, Nevida My Fovorite Picture Page I Thursday, June 21,1971 % by Rae Von Dornum Bernice Sanger, at left, is shown being installed as the Charter President of Henderson Toastmistress Club, Sept. 19,1959. Maxine Yoeman, at right, served as topic mistress. Standing, from left, are Grace Payne Hall, third vice president of Toastmistress Clubs, International, who presented the charter; Rae Von Dornum organizing president of Henderson Toastmistress Club, and Ellen Shirley, vice president. Sixty two members and guests attended the meeting. Honored guests included; Pauline Wade, treasurer of Council Eight, ITC; and Bonnie Hoffman, president of the Las Vegas Toastmistress Club. Muriel Mooney, past president and extension chairman for the Las Vegas Toastmistress Club, installed the new officers, including Verla Purdy, vice president; Marion Moot, secretary; Cecile Becker, treasurer and Margaret Reed, club representative. Featured speakers of the evening, introduced by Toastmistress Ellen Shirley, were; Flora Dungan, past president of the Las Vegas Toastmistress Club; Robert Kreiger. past governor of Area Eight Toastmasters and a member of Desert Toastmaster Club; and Bernada French, president of the Purple Sage Toastmistress Club. Robert Kreiger won the bull thrower trophy. Theme of the meeting was wit and wisdom. Henderson Toastmistress Club is presently making plans for its twentieth anniversary celebration. Unfortunately our Charter president will not be able to attend for she is very ill and confined to her bed. She is too ill to receive any visitors, but can talk on the telephone if the calls are not too long and tiring. She also enjoys reading. I learned this when I called to see if I could go to her home and interview her for a story. This is being written from memory and old newspaper clippings, Bernice is a trained nurse and when my husband was ill and had to have shots every other day; she stopped on her way to work and gave him his shots to save him the painftil trips to the doctor's office. Her kindness has never t)een forgotten. ijl4nMtdt*3t<4ntt*i|t**dt*4nMa|(4(4e9|(itt*dt4tdn|n]^. Ckib Activities Boys' Sat.. June 23 Wed. June 27 Sat.. June 30 T-BdlStandlBgM T-BU RcfnltoiWed., June 13 Yanks-25. PadrMl9; Angels-16. Braves-Se Sat.. June 16 Yanks-lS. Braves-6; Giants-18. Dodgers-?. SoaiBer Caapw Parents with boys between the ages of 8-12 can still Gil out applications for Camp during the week of August 410. 1979. The Camp will be in Palm Springs, California, and transportation and physicals will be provided. Several boys between the ages of 13-18 may still sign up for Yosemite National Park Camp during the week of August J t K Ltflds Bowlers T-Ball Scheduiei Padres-Giants Angels-Yanks Giants-Braves Dodger-Padres Angels-Giants Yanks-Dodgers 9:IS a.m. 10:30 a.m. 6:00p.m. 7:15 p.m. 9:lS8.m. 10:30 a.m. Saminer Hoon> Vacation Bii)le School Begins Monday At First Baptist Church Team Won lost Yanks 2 0 Angels Giants 1 1 0 0 Padres 0 1 Dodgers Braves 0 0 1 2 9 -'llr Vacation Bible School will be held at First Baptist Churcn next -week -Monday through Friday. June 25-29. "JESUS I'M HIS....HE'S MIN&" is the theme for the school, and will be held each weekday from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Classes will be offered for all ages from 3 The Henderson Boys' Gub will be open Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. during the summer vacation months. Please call the Boys' Oub at 565-6568 or 565-6569 for further information. years of age through those who have completed 6th grade. Students will enjoy the many interesting activities including song time, Bible study, interesting visual demoastrations. classroom interaction, craft making, and many others. Refreshments will be served daily. Students may stiH register for the Bible School by calling 565-9511-anytime or by coming to the church office this Saturday from 10 to 11 a.m. Sunday School classes are held for all ages. These classes begin on Sunday Mornings at 9:30 a.m. The Worship Houp is at 11 a.m. During the Worship Hour this Sunday, there will be a Dedication Service of all Vacation Bible School workers. The pastor^s sermon for the Sunday will be '•Reconciliation Now". • Baptist Evening Fellowship begins at 5 p.mr with Recreation Time. There is Mrs. Mayes' Third Grade Triumphs in Behavior Awards For the fourth time this year, the third grade class taught by Mrs. Sheryl Mayes at Robert Taylor School, won the good behavior award for the month. Besides winning the month's award, the class achieved another "first" in that not one student in the room received a ticket for misconduct during the month of May. On the first and second grade level the class taught by Mrs. Lee Edmond won the good conduct award, also for the fourth consecutive time. On the fifth and sixth grade level, the sixth grade class taught by Mrs. Karla Severson was the winner. The citizenship program, inaugurated this year by school principal Dale Riddle and the faculty of Robert Taylor School, was organized to improve school behavior and to point out specifi-/ cally what is considered good conduct and what is not acceptable. Tickets may be given by the faculty for infractions of rules, twenty of which have been set forth in Dodger Vs Expos Baseball Tiip On Saturday, July 21, the buses will leave the youth Center. 107 W. Basic at 11 a.m. and head toward Los Angeles to see the Dodgers and the Montreal Expos play a 6 p.m. game at Dodger Stadium. The buses will rett n to the Youth CenUr / 2:30 a.m. Sunday. July 22. All those who are 10 years old and up are eligible to sign up on a first come, first serve basis for this game at the price of $20 per person. The S20 pays for transportation and a S4.50 box seat. Only the first 82 people to pay will be allowed to go. Recreation Department in Room 22 in the Civic Center Complex will be accepting checks and waivers between the hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.. Monday through Friday. For more information call 565-8932 and ask for Qyde C. Caldwell. J and K Pharmacy won first place in the Thursday night bowling league standings for the week ending June 7. The other standings were team 2. Almost Enough. Team three, team six. team 1, Harmon Plumbing and theFlakes. The high game for teams were team 2, J and K Pharmacy and Almost Enough. High Scratch Game R. Coggins 203 L. Nelson 181 C. Ashpaugh 179 S. SwartMnburg 178 High Handicap Game R. Coggins 219 T Jaramillo 214 S. Swartzenburg 210 C. Ashpaugh 207 High Team Series JftK2318 Team 2 2272 3'nl22S3 Sahnrtion Army Advisory Board To Meet Dick Lutters. chairman of the local Salvation Army Advisory Board, announced there would be a meeting of the board on Friday. June 22 at 12 noon at the Bdorado Gub. Anyone interested in attending this meeting is cordially invited to do so. All board meetings are open to the public. Generally the meetings are held on the last Friday of the months of September through June but due to the departure of Lt. and Mrs. It. Jim Thompson next week, the board is meeting a week earlier this month. Sing and Praise Time at 6 p.m.. followed by Growth Groups for all ages, ATTENTION YOUTH: Omegans are invited to the Pastor's home this Friday evening at 7:30 p.m. for an evening of Fun. Fellowship and Refreshments. "Beyond the Concept" is the theme of the evening's activity. The Pastor, Rev. John Osko. and the entire congregation of First Baptist Church invite you to participate in all services and activities of the church. First Baptist Church is located at 47 East Atlantic Ave.. Henderson. For additional information please call 565-9511. Mrs. Mayes' Third Grade Class clear language and made known tc all students. Rooms winning at the end of a month by having the least number of tick,ets per room in their grade group are awarded a special privilege," such as an educational movie, or the fun of having physical education classes in ** • -v^ -: • i-^^^Morrell Park. Free popcorn is provided for all winning students. The program has been successful in that during the year the number of tickets given has decreased remarkably and students who do not receive tickets are learning self-discipline and are exhibiting personal pride in good conduct. mtiTucNMa NQKISKi BLACKMOUNTAIN PLUMBING iow*Tis • SEWER & DRAIN LINES CLEANED • ^ FAUCETS • GARBAGE DISPOSALS • / NtW FIXTURES INSTALLED ,' (OMMiaCIAl • If SIMNTIAl v _, ::! L_ .POBEBT TOOO. Owner '^ BIRTHSi St. Rost de Limo JUNEIl-Mr.and.Mrs, Keith McPherson, Henderson, girl; Mr. and Mrs, David Buckles, Henderson, girl. JUNE 13 -Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Cavalieri. North Las Vegas, girl; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Province. Jr.. Henderson, boy; Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Anderson, Las Vegas, giri. Presbyterian Church News Family Prayer Breakfast is held each Wednesday morning at 6 a.m. over at the Eldorado. New summer hours for the church are as follows: Sunday School and Adult Bible Study 8:30 a.m. with worship beginning at 10 a.m. This will continue thru August. We invite you to come out and worship with us especially newcomers to town looking for a church home. There is a nursery provided during worship and a coffee fellowship is held immediately after worship. The church is located at 525 Westminster Way just behind Morrell City park. Rev Bill Kirkman is the pastor and his office hours are 8 00 • 12 noon 1-4 p.nu Monday thru Friday. JUNEH-Mr. andMrs. Robert Meredith, Las Vegas, girl. JUNE 15 -Mr, and Mrs. Roy Haynes. Las Vegas, girl; Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Workman, Henderson, girl; Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Spinks, II, Las Vegas, boy. JUNE 17 -Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Candeiaria, Henderson, bo v. Ml. MMUI \M$t n%. M 1 4 • MUtpNIcM* wa. 1 Jt p M. Ill T**fi MM Ml INI INSOlVENa NOTICE RESERVE INSURANCE COMPANY On May 29, 1979. the Circuit Court of Cook County. Illinois has declared the Reserve Insurance Company to be insolvent. The Commissioner of Insurance of the State of Nevada has notified the undersigned of this insolvency. All poiicyholders of Reserve Insurance Cornpa ny are hereby advised to secure replacement coverages immediately. All Nevada poiicyholders, former poiicyholders and leinholders having outstanding, unsettled claims against this company or having any questions regarding this insolvency should immediately contact the undersigned. NEVADA INSURANa GUARANTY ASSOCIATION 1100 EAST SAHARA AYL, SUITE 109 US VEOAS, NEVADA 89104

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UNuBSt Page 10 Thursday, June 21,1979 A new Damkoree Miss Annette Lovell. Oueen will be chosen 1977 Damboree Queen toni|lit to reign over the *'" I)*ss the sceptre to the Jlst^nnual Fourth of July e* Q"en. (glt^ities. Miss Dam &^ 1979 will represent Boiij^er City during the year for ribbon cutting ceremonies and other special events. Nine young ladies ponsored by local business people and the Beta Sigma Phi Sorority will be competing this year. Judges will select the I Queen, a first runner-up. and a second runner-up. Their decision will be based on personality, appearance, poise, and talent. Judges will be from out of town. Winners will receive beautiful trophies, -flowers, and numerous gifts from local and area merchants. In addition, the queen will receive a lovely crown to keep as her ver>* own. Contestants will also have a chance to win a cash award for selling the most tickets. This will in no way have a bearing on the outcome of the contest as they will not be tallied until after the contest date. Tickets purchased at the door may be credited to a favorite contestant. Ticket holders will be given stubs to deposit for a door prize. Price of adult tickets is $1.00 and children's (under 12) tickets will be 50 cents. The event will be held at the Memorial Auditorium on Fifth Street, nei^ t the High School."" Faye, Wayne and Jerry Simpson, and Jerry Palmer of Nashville Express vM provide music for the evening. Lighting and sound will be under the direction of John Titmus and Ramiro Gomez. This year's Damboree Queen Contest is sponsored jointly by the Americ^ Legion, Boulder City Post #31 and the Boulder City Elks Lodge #1682.The Committee in charge is. Mrs. Fran Knauss, Mrs. Dorothy Reese. Mrs. Nell Olson, and Mrs. Eleanor Johnson. Contestants and -their sponsors are: Laura Vogel, Beta Sigma Phi; Lori Richardson. Lake Mead Marina; Julie Barlow. Central Market; Shiriey Williams. A&W; Veronica Lucero, Boulder Dam Credit Union; MarciManta. Shopper Stopper: Kathryn Bunda. Wrong Daddy's Emporium; Erin Duty. Prime" Cut; and Julia Hood, Nevada Drug. Pictures of the evening events will be by Wm. Knighton.and Steve Madrigal. Mr. Knighton's photos will appear in the special Souvenir edition and Mr. Madrigal will be taking colored pictures to be presented to all of the contestants as a memento of the occasion. Doors will be open at 7 p.m. to allow sufficient time to purchase tickets and to be assured of good seating. The Contest will begin promptly at 7:30 p.m. Members of the Community Club Organization will be in charge of ticket sales and hostessing |or this year's Miss Damboree Queen Contest. Rowers and stag decorations will be by Edie's Flowers. 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Since most models require no key to start, a thief can simply climb on a "moped" which has been left unsecured and drive or pedal it away. Some crime resistance measures that can help protect "mopeds" against theft are as follows: • When not in use. "mopeds" should be secured with a sturdy chain and strong padlock. The chain should be run thru both wheels and the frame and fastened to a solid, stationary object. Whenever possible, "mopeds" should be parked where they can be observed by the operator. A personal identifying number should be etched or stamped into the frame of the vehicle. Local law enforcement agencies can provide information regarding personal identifying numbers that will be traceable to the owner. If a vehicle is marked with a personal identify• • ing number (preferably in more than one location). ^ •" sticker or decal should be put on the vehicle indicat ing that it is so marked This may deter thieves by informing them that the vehicle can be traced if stolen and recovered. Local law enforcement agencies can advise citizens where to obtain such decals. "Mopeds" should be registered by serial number and' or personal identifying number with the appropriate local law enforcement agency to facilitate recovery in the event of theft. In less time than it takes you to read tMs, you can be assured of emergenGy INSTACARE at Sunrise Hospital Medical Center. At Sunrise Hospital, we oelieve that the patient's probtem should be taken care of firtt and foremost Nearly 100 Emergency Department health care proiAsionals at Sunrise say •LET THE RED TAPE AND PAPER WORK WAIT Sunnse Hospital now presents INSTA CARE Our goal is to begin your emergency treatment within 60 seconds that's what you have asked lor and that's our goal! EmergerKy treatment first — fill out the papers later Your well-being comes fint INSTACARE —a new way of saying peace of mind INSTA-CARE At Sunrise • Our 9oal treatment • Treatment First I witliln 60 tccondt • Paper worli Lattl Sunrise Hospital Medical Center H auanANO *acwAT • \M VKM. NIVAOA Hiot • TIIHMONI JIISOOO 11 Wiam G. Anderson Award to Dr. Dl Boulder City resident David Bruce Dill, research professor in the Department of Biological* Sciences at the University of Nevada-Las* Vegas,occupies a place unique in American physiology. He "has made major contributions over a span of 50 years in the Helds of blood as a physiochemical system of acid-base balance, muscular activity, and human adaptations to stresses of heat, -^old, altitude, and diet. Dill received his bachelor of science degree from Occidental College in 1913 and his master's degree and Ph.D -from Stanford University in 1914 and 1925, respectively. He is the recipient of an honorary doctorate of science degree from Occidental and from the University of Nevada. Las Vegas. After receivinghis Ph.D. Dill joined the faculty of the Fatigue Laboratory at Harvard University and became its director in 1927. Here Dill described the effects of exercise, heat, cold, altitude, diet, and age on hundreds of voluntary subjects, including himself. A persuasive advocate of getting scientists out of the laboratory and into real life, his field trials have been models of applied physiology. He contributed extensively to the field, not only by direct experimentation, but also through his many speaking engagements to various departments of physical education, both in this country at>d abroad. The contributions while he was director of the Harvard Fatigue Laboratory have been documented in a book,The History and Contributions of the Harvard Fatigue Laboratory, by Horvath and Horvath. Dill left Harvard in. 1947 to direct medical research at the Army Chemical Center's Research and Development Branch in Maryland. Upon his retirement in 1%1, he became a research scholar at Indiana University for five years. In 1966, he became research professor and director of the Applied Physiology Laboratory at the Desert Research Institute, University of Nevada at Boulder City, where he has continued the traditions of the Fatigae Laboratory. Recognized as a -brilliant scholar. Dr. Dill has an outstanding record of achievements in the fields of exercise physiology. His contributions have appeared in many national and international journals and books, numbering over 300 publications. The valuable role of Bruce Dill has been recognized by many awards. He is a recipient of the Legion of Merit, the Exceptional Civilian Service Citation, the Distinguished Civilian Service Award, and the American College of Sports Medicine Honor Award. Because of his recognition and service, he earned the presidency of the American Physiological Society and the American College of Sports Medicine, a fellowship in the American College of Cardiology and in the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and membership in many national advisory committees, particularly the U.S. Marine Corps Physical Fitness Academy. In the field of recreation Dill has been a life-long proponent and example of moderate daily physical activity. He is a living example of fitness, mental, moral, and physical and attributes his long life to good heredity and moderation in all things. 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