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1979-10-09 - Henderson Home News

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1979-10-09 - Henderson Home News
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Kesterson, Lorna ( Columnist )
Prime, Mark ( Columnist )
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Zenoff, Morry M.
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City and town life -- Nevada -- Henderson
Community life -- Nevada -- Henderson
History -- Henderson (Nev.) -- 20th century
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S65-5168 after 5 O'clock. \ \ CHILD CAKE, Mother waaU I lava to have compaaloa for 4 J year aid. WIU babysit days. ^ t m rnt B.C. 0 r OWNER RETIRING SelliBg etUbliihed Gtthiiif BuilBeaa in Central B.C. Location. Owner will train. Sales price of |5I,9M incladet inventory and fliturei. For appointment call today. 871-Om 2M-1471 GREAT NEVADA PROPERTIES, REALTORS PIANO LESSONS Yvonne Osko is now accepting new students for the l7Me school year. 5S5-9511 LOST: Half Mt of yellow dollle* f^m All Amierican Towing Truck, m. REWARD. Call SM-OM. Bda. LOOKING TO BUY A HOIOIN BOULDER CITY? See • ea-'^ derioD Realty ad ar call m-tm. LAUNDRY WORIIB. Naad • traag yaaag aaa. Mwt be dapendaUc ft raUaUa. Ira. •:M a.B. ta S p.m. Haa. tkraagh Pri. Call ig|47fl ketweaa 10 ft IS enljr. H0I8B PITS ft CULORBN will lave this 1 acre eoraar let w-aw cBitoai baaa. I bdra.,4aB, I Mh.,IUI wattla paalry ft laaadry tu. Plrepiaea, I car garage. Only I7S.M. CaU MI4MS. BOAT, lt78. 21 ft. Paceno Fiberglass day or weekend flsh or ski. Fully equipped. 70 HP Evinrude. 40 gal Aiel built la system. Full cushions, rod holders, 2 fish chairs, console steering, bow ft side rails. New Vanson trailer w-bnddy bearings. $S3M. Call 7•^5U-S4S3. NEED A CAR? New in town? Old in Town? No credit? Short time on the Job? Only $100, $200, $300, or $400 down! Need an Automobile to get around? Contact us. We approve oar owe caatracts. Instant delivery. We will pick you up & bring you to our car lot. Just telephone S4-5Mt. Nevada Auto Sales, 1S13 N. BIdr. Hwy. Henderson, Nev. One block soatk of Sunset Blvd ft BIdr. Hwy. I AARON FENCING I Free Estimates I Chain link i Wood I Fencing I 20 Years Exp. I Ph. 451-8190 m FOR A HOMEII SHOP m-m SAVE ON REAL ESTATE COMMISSIONS SEE 15 homes an hour via interior & exterior colored slides • FREE BROCHURES on homes • PROFESSIONALLY handletf paperwork HOMES in all price ranges FREE SERVICE to home buyers • SELLER pays only $500 FEE Full Price $51,000. Large 3 bedroom, 2 full baths, approximately 1500 square feet. Huge pool size lot. Easy assumption with low down payment. SAVE-COM Ross Realty No. IIOA SPKCTACll.AR VIEW Near Blaclc Mountain Golf Course. 2,000 square feet, includes four bedrooms Mature landscaping with many trees. SAVE-COM Ross Realty No. 105A BOLLDEK CITY Lewis Home popular 4 bedroom model with double garage. Top condition. Large paved driveway for boat or trailer. FH A or VA financing available. SAV-COM Ross Realty No. 107A n.4:iiaiv.iLVii Beautiful 2600 square foot custom home with view of Las Vegas. Double your pleasure double fireplace, double garage, double water heaters and double A-C units. Intercom system, thermal windows throughout. SAV-COM Ross Realty No. I13A THK PRICE I.S RIGHT Just $55,000 for 3 bedrooms, l'>^ bath and cozy fireplace too! Extras include water softener, automatic sprinklers and RV parking. SAV-COM Ross Realty No. IMA SELLING YOUR HOME? Why pay thousands in commissions? SAVE-COM gives you wide market exposure. All paperwork handled by licensed professionals. YOU PAY JUST ONE FLAT FEE OF |5M! Call today for an appointment. CALL 736-8520 OPKN SKVFN DAYS A WKKK Tke first largest and moot successful flat fee UAL ESTATE Franchising organization • the Nation • already Mvlng thousands of CMiianiers over $11,1 SAV-COM ROSS REALTY v.'d Kt'al Fstate Broker IHOl F. Tropicana 736-8520 spciKcr SquHie FOR SALE: i bdrm., fireplace, fully carpeted, wallpaper thronghout. All appliances. Drapes, din. rm., S-T Central Air, 3 covered patios. Store rm., w-underground cellar. Sprinkling system, block wall. Many eitras. SS-IOM. Hdn. BBAimrVL TAMABA M-B, eleclroalc •rgan, aoUd itate, perfect cond. Aaerlcto WaUat with keaek cklooe4 It gold velvet, witk reglatnUou ft wutic. Bloebook valiotUo, IMI, ficrlflcc UN, etlalc tale. CiU tCMMI. B.'C. m> HENDERSON nXACO Electronic Tune-ups Tires Batteries Air Conditioning Balancing • Brakes • Shocks Radiators MECHANIC ON DUTY 7 DAVS FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY 565-0220 ^ 3 E. Lake Mead & Water, Hdn. m NOW RENTING LMS STORAGE 1101 Atbol St., Henderson (Behind Bingo Bam) SM-ZSH M-day Special. I Rent for Z mos. I Receive 3rd month FREE FOB BENT t bdrm, apt. odolU oaly. Call HMIN alter U • oon. B.C. FOR RENT: 3 bdm. honae In B.C. t37S. BO. Ph. m-lNT. FOB iraiT: I bdriL, I both. AvallaMeOctll.im.ao.plu • aliteuM* dopoilL We accept Sect. 1. Pfc. M4.tS77. • to. GENEIAl CONTUCTOR Quality Work Remodel Cu.sioms Framing-Concrete Patios. Etc Licen.sed & Bonded 564-5303 FOB BALE BY UAGOVnunONT APPBOZIMATBLT •.!• MILB8 S4.I KV TBAN8HI8BION LINE, APPBOZIMATELT 1 TON COPPEB WIBE AND 4 TBANSrOBNEBB) FOB OFF • BITE BBMOVAL NEAB BOULDEB aTT, NEVADA For poMIc ade bjr aoalod Mds: ApproslMtely UI BIIM 34.1 KV IrauHlaaioo UM, appfoil• alcly 1 too eoppor wlip aid 4 traiafaraen, far off • ailo re• oval, loar Booldor City Nevada. All bM ana* be aab• lltad OB the Md Ibraaiag • put of iBvltaUaa, BM aiad Aceoflaacc No. G8-M-D(B) 7B-14 wblcb deacrlbca the property, aUlea the tcraia aad eoadllloaa of aale aad • ecaaaaiy laalractlou. Soalod Mda wtU be accopod at GoMfBl Servteea AdalalalratloB, BaalBeta Service Center, Booai IM SU Market Street, Saa Fraaclaco, CA MIN, at ll.- A.M., local tiBe, at the place of bid opealaf oa October IS, im. For lavlutloa, BM aad Aceeptaacc fara, write or call Goaeral Servlcea AdalalatratloB, Baalaeta Service Cealer, at the akove addreaa, telopboae (411) liS-tUt, or Baaiaeaa Service Ccater, 3M North Loa Aasalct, CA MSU, tclephoae (til) MUSll. PART TIME OR FULL TIME WORK Be year ova boat. Work yoa own hour*. Have year own Fuller Braah route. M. to II. per boar sUrtiBg. 1714314. WORKING MANAGER for apholstery shop. Heavy experienced upholsterer aad trimmer. Excellent pay aad proflt sharing. Call 213-3323 or 213-3013 for interriew. MM^maaMMaamAi • OVBB FOB BENT. piBi Btii. t b4nB flropiaco. Coi SELLING GROWING SERVICE ORIENTED BUSINESS. Cnrrently nets over UN. per month. Super growth potential. Only |2B,M. 29M47I. B.C. MUBEAY BUIL0EE8 Uc. No. IMM Patio coven. Booa additloaa. BoBodol. New COBitnMtioa. IFINAHVBBT.CAU MVBBAY m-i7N FOB BENT, aew 2 hdra hoaae. Villa Del Prado, MIS. BM. pl dopoait, BO pota, ttl MBI. B.C. CLEAN GREEN LAWN SERVICE Licensed, dependable lawn care, FREE ESTIMATES, Reasonable monthly rates. 293 3619 B C WANT TO KNOW WHAT YOUR HOUSI IS WORTH? Fto preporty anaiytii. Call Regor, Reoller, Hondorten Realty Inc., 293-2IS1, Evos. 293-1622. I.e. I No need to worry — Murray MURRAY MAINTENANCE SERVICE I Handymen, carpentry, painting, paper hanging, glass, { mirrors, general repairs. I 213-5110. B.C. HOUSE FOB SALE IN BOUU DEBaTYIMI4I.B.C. SHAKLEE DISTRIBUTOR ALSO Vitamips & Household Products 565-711 SALES ASSOCIATES ARE YOU FED UP? ~ No Leadership? No Training? No Organised Office? Is your Office Atmosphere bad? If all this applies to yen • Hender-' SOB Realty, Inc. is looking for a few good sales associates! Call M4-2515 or apply in person at 18 Water Street, Henderson, Nv. REALTORS. DESERT. MASONRY License No. 1K34, Bondeti. 'Quality Masonry, Resideni Uol, Commercial. Call Greg 2I3-3M7 or Gary 3I4-I203. "•-fCI** FOR SALE BY OWNER: 141,100. FHA appraisal. 3 > bdrm. home. Exc. Valley View location. For Infa call SIMIN. BABYSITTING IN MY HOME, .B.C. BOULDER REALTY 416 Nevada Highway Boulder aty, Nevada Pkone 2t3-3232 or {93-3300 IB ^^ PC "^ mSmr souiotR cm HIVAD* LTOWNEDAOfERA] THE END RESULT BUILD YOUB HOME la Boulder City's haleat growlag prestigioua area. Priced right. Call for more details. BEAUTIFUL UPGBAOEO 4 BEDBOOM 1% bath hoBM. Excelleat aaauaiptiOB. Extru iaclade pleaty of BV Parking, Mirrored Cloael Doors. Block wall aad mack, muck more. EXCELLENT, BUT 3 BcdrooB, l-% bath hoae ia lovely tree-shaded aeighhorhoed. Thia will aot lut loag. PEBFECT 8TABTEB OB BETIBEMENT HOME, wiU 2 bdrB. aad large dca. Priced at |MJ. with GOOD TEBMA Sec at Cn Ave. F aad call aa far details. PABADISE VILUGE TOWNHOUSE • Excelleat locaUoa BeaaUM lowakoae witk I bodraoBa, IH botka. Upgraded tkroagkoBt Great potto aad eoajr llroplace la Uriag rooB. Call Jaae fkr detaiU. j LOVELY WELL KEI^ OLDEB HOME, 2 kedrooaa witk LABGB dea. Tree ftadod atreet ia well eatakllaked area. ExcelleBl teraa. A NICE FAMILY HOME!! I bodroaa, 2 bath, ceatral beaUag aad cooUag, fhiit treea, ialertock f^aee, aad woodkaralag fireplace. BOULDEB aTY LAUNDBOMAT FOB SALE!! Excelleat opfortBBlly. Good eaak flow. Ideal baalaeoa far the peraoa who eatoyi owalag bli owa bBslaaaa aad alao ealoya hariag aoaae tnt UBO. Let yoar baali IIACBE8 IN HENDEB80N rodaced U HMMM Ht ^ek aale. AU aObn wiU ke eaaalderad!! Overlooka ParaAae Valley la HeaderaoB. EseoUeat iBvealaeBt aypatt a alty. WE kave etccUeat kalldtag Ma ovarlaaUag Uko Mead. Back aad every aaeof thaa la aaHac. titeat fwlaveatawat or great plaee to kvlld ytmi *oaa koaa. ONE OF A KIND baalaoia ia Boalder, aore tkaa Ukdy it will ke right dowa yoar allay. la^alre at BoBlder Baalty. EXECUTIVE baaa oa Daa VlaeoBta CaBii Caalaa alaapitaMhaaa,catkadfaleaUiaga,alacaalaaatarkadraaaaalte wItkJac—dlaaaatarkBtk TMa baaa Baa ovaiyttog far tke kByar wboeatoy* OBly the vary kooL Call fa i Diatia Leseberg, Broker Tom Friary, Office Mgr June Hansen ^, Janice Crawford W.R. (Winnie) Clark Pat Shuman ^ „ Roie Galperin ^ Jennie Bames „u ..203-2729 .203-1190 ..aas-iTM dMNoT. BoaMar aty, Nevaii Furnished Aportment For Leose In Boulder City Attractively furnished two bedroom, one batli condo. in beautiful Boulder Square. Overlooidng pool, no sun, low utility fees. Adults only. Three year lease preferable, one year minimum to responsible executive. Only |400. month. Write Box AAA, Box 815, Henderson, Nevada 89015. II CU. FOOT aprigkt Freeier, wklle, iB good raaalag cood. 2t3-UM. B.C. 1172 TOBINO FOB SALE, 4 door, excel, coad., caa ke aeea after S pm. Ml WyoaiiM.l.C SIGNS Wiadowa, akow cards, tracks, kalletias. Call Dariea, MI447I tnm I 'til S. Hda. CHILD CABE my home. All day or after achooi. Breakfaat, laack, reaaoBable. Call FOB SALE: IS ca. ft. lyeeier, alove, waaher dryer. m-S2M. B.C REAL ESTATE LICENSEES Immediate openings in Henderson Boulder City Area Work with a winner. We offer a guaranteed income plan. v Ample Floortime Professional Training One of the largest advertising budgets in Clark County. CALL NOW FOR A CONFIDENTIAL INTERVIEW. SAV -COM ROSS REALTY 736-8520 1801 F. Iropitana l.as Vt'uas HELP WANTED saack bar peraoaacl, flill tiaie. Contact Gold Strike laa, milM. B.C. 11 FT. BOAT, Trailer, 41 HP Motor, elec. atari. Call ttt-MM. B.C. MOBILE HOME, 12xlS, 2 bdra.. IH hath with waaher, dryer, large carport, patto awaiag, storage abed, |1I,IM. Call 2M l i llbetweealaji.aadi p.B. B.C. YABDSAU-El Dorado Mobile 1 Hoae Park, Snce No. I, Para., diakea, Ckriataaa Iteaa, aoaelklag for all. TkBraday,Oct.4,lto4.B.C. CAB FOB SALE, '71 Ckryaler Wagoa, All aew Tires, IIMI. CaU IBMIIl betweoB llaad U.B.C WIU BUY US Silver dolUra 4 CoiBa.|ll.ll per dollar. Call i-in-7171. ir UNIFLITE with Ford latercoyter laboard. WiU trade Ibr 14' Cartop with Oalboard. Call MMTM. B.C. APABTHENT FOB BENT, iafcraattoa m-MTi. B.C. ki LOOKING FOR SOMETHING MFF. COM by RARHOW STATION 'KnoU k Nostalgia" 1306 Nevada Hwy. CoBtofli DegigMd MBcrtme S^clBlliing In trick cortains • Uflspckakei • wall 4efIfu. HOME DECOR 4SUPPUE8. -ALSOVINTAGE CLOTHING FION STi 4's STB dreisM aad akirto • kata asd pttrsea • iklrta aid blMaet • for kin and ker • Jewdry • llnena. mm 9mm vmL, oa. 4 AT i AM Jerry Bergcncyer.... Dtaae Barlow Katberiac Mitchell.. Jaaws Saalley Aagoio Bvera ^ ioha Woodrair. Tereaa Godby—..... Blck McNslly 'Oi ..M4-32II ..114-2332 ..MMSr ..IM^ll ..w-ur ~M4-1MI DO 125 W. Lake Mead Dr., Henderson, Nevada 565-8947 WHY PAY RENT? When you can own tliis two bedroom liome located very close to downtown Henderson. Some furniture and kitchen appliances stay. Vacant and waiting for a new owner. Evenings 564-2332. ROOM TO ROAN Custom three bedroom home on one acre zoned for horses. Many outstanding features include formal diningroom, 2 flreplaces, quality hardwood cabinets in the kitchen and all the extras for the gourmet. Extra large two car garage with ample work room. Evenings 964-2332. FRIENDLY NEIGHBORHOOD Is where you'll find this beautifully remodeled home. Three bedrooms, two full baths with a master bedroom and bath that will delight you. Older home that is better than new with mature landscaping. Call for an appt. to see. Eves, call 565-9453. AFFORDABLY PRICED AT $45,600 Clean 3 bedroom, 1% bath Lewis Home with huge, fenced rear yard for the kids. Owners new house waiting, may accept 245 FHA Financing al|)wing low monthly payments. Call for more info, at 565-8947 or 564-3208 evenings. LOOKING GOOD AT 25 Spruced up older home in quiet, mature neighborhood. Large fenced back yard with tall, stately trees for lots of shade. New carpet, heating, and cooling and more. Sharp and only I $47,500. Call to see at 565-8947 or 564-3208 nights. OWNER SAYS "SELL IT!" Can be bought with low down and payments less than rent, let us show you how. With this sweetheart you get aluminum siding, central air & heat, new roof, custom interior and the appliances, too. See today by calling565-8947 or 564-3208 evenings. LOOKING FOR LOW OPERATING COSTS This 2 bedroom, 1 bath home has evaporative cooling, a Franklin stove that heats the whole] house and aluminum siding over the stucco walls; all saving you money. No qualifying. 565-8947 to see or 564-3208 nights. 180* PANORAMIC VIEW House of entertainment issues a comfortable welcome, transferred owner insisted on the best. Take advantage of this once in a lifetime offer!! Compare 3300 sq. ft., 4 bdrm., 2 master bedrooms, 3 baths, office plus many other; amenities. Call eves. 565-5287. AMAZING That no one will accept the challenge of this 3 bdrm., 1^ bath home. Need some T.LC. call Eves. 565-5287. ANNOUNCTNG The truth about this 3 bdrm.. 1^4 bath, large 2 car garage. Like new Chism Home. Needs new owner!! Creative financing available!! Call Eves. 565-5287. NO YARD WORK Is what you get with this two bedroom townhouse. Nice clean with good carpets, drapes, water conditioner and a large patio. $37,500. eves, call 565-9453. FOR SALE BY OWNER! Yes sir! This owner made a wise decision. She got a very reliable firm to sell her home. A neat, sharp, 3 bedroom with huge fenced yard. A patio and big double garage. Just a short hop to anew school and park too. Refrigerated air and economical gas heat. And priced right at VA. Appraisal. $55,900, FHA or VA Financing on this one. Better Call Today. Evenings 293-5462. WASTE NOT WANT NOT Why waste money on rent receipts? You can own your own private home on a quiet cul-desac and get tax relief too! 3 bedrooms. Double garage. Low-cost gas heat. And walk to new park and new school. Completely fenced backyard too. At VA Appraisal, $55,900. Call today. Waste not anymore. Evenings 293-5462. BUILDING LOTS AVAILABLE In Section 4, Section 10, Mission Hills and Piradifc Hills. For more land information... CAUrlVININGfi MMBI7 MOVING? Need hoasing infbnnation ft'om anywhere ii the USA? (Not Rentals) DIAL TOLL FREE 1-800-527-9S68. Ext. 1906 VlvUa Ericksoa, Broker. JIS-MI3 C?-o^^?ff,U5.j.,^^^ RECEIVED OCT 1 51979 THE COMMUNITY'S NEWSPAPER PLUS WEEKLY SHOPPERS DISPLAYING MERCHANTS' MESSAGES TO MOST OF THE HOMES IN THE HENDERSON-BOULDER CITY AREA Oar Slit Year-TSthEdltlM HENDERSON. NEVADA PHONE 564-1881 — All Departments (,oo
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Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada mmm^mmB y. October!, mi >^olye$ Teach Wildcats an Important Lesson by Mark Prime Sports Editor The Las Vegas Wildcats are still serious contenders for the state title this year. But the Wildcats learned an important lesson last Friday night, courtesy of the Basic Wolves. The Las Vegas squad came into the Henderson encounter with the league's most potent passing attack, resting primarily on the arm of quarterback Koots DiCesare and the receiving abilities of Brad Max. The Wildcats came away with a misleading 33-13 victory, but not before the Wolves gave them everything they could handle. Prior to the game, Basic head coach Emilio Camillone announced that his team was working hard on some things that Las Vegas had not yet seen in an effort to counter their passing attack. Although DiCesare did hit four touchdown passes-including a pair to Max the Wolves did a better job of containment.on the pair than any team this year. The Las Vegas quarterback was able to complete only 6 of 14 aerials, while Max's two touchdown receptions were his only catches of the evening. Basic also intercepted a pair of Wildcat tosses. Meanwhile. Otto Kelly returned to top form for the Wolves after missing part of the season with an injury. The senior running back rushed for 135 yards on just 12 carries, tossed a 15-yard halfback pass to Darryl Turner for a touchdown and then broke loose for an 87-yard scoring romp for his first touchdown of the year. Tough Defense The Basic defense quickly served notice to the Wildcats that their usqal strong passing game might be in for a real test. The Wolves utilized strong defensive play and a good pass rush to battle Las Vegas to a scoreless tie until less than three minutes remained in the first half. However, with time running low in the half. Las Vegas elected to go forit on a fourth down PLANNERS Cool, from page 1 grade upon completion of each major section of earth removal and processing is required. A use permit for a mobile home watchman's facility was also approved by the city planning commission. The mobile home is to t>e allowed on the site only as long as the gravel extraction and site restoration are in progress. play and running back Will James skirted right end for 37 yards and the first points of the game. Jim Bianchi hit the conversion kick for a 7-0 lead. The Wolves roared right back on the running and passing of Kelly. The running of Kelly and Eric Mangrum carried the Wolves to a pair of first downs. Then Kelly hit Turner twice with passes, first for 30 yards and then for IS yards and the score. Mike Abrams added the kick with just 11 seconds left for an apparent 7-7 halftime tie. But then came the shocking play that might have determined the outcome of the game. With time for just one play, DiCesare dropped back and hit Max with a 52-yard touchdown pass for a 14-7 Wildcat lead. Second Half The Wolves continued their strong defensive effort through most of the third quarter, but then the Wildcats struck quickly with big plays to put the game out of reach. First DiCesare hit Joey Schmitt with a 44-yard scoring strike with about four minutes left in the quarter. On their next possession the Wildcat quarterback hit Max again with a 45-yard touchdown toss. Both times the conversion kick was wide, leaving the score at 26-7. Then late in the game, DiCesare was brought off the bench to hit Don Walker from 20yards out thwit his fourth scoring pass of the eveing. Bianchi's kick this time split the uprights. Three plays later, Kelly tbok a handoff, broke into the Wildcat secondary, cut to the sideline and then walked away from the defensive backs on his 87-yard scoring sprint. His jaunt rounded out the score for the eveing. Happy Coach Even in defeat, Camillone expressed pride in the job done by his squad noting that Las Vegas head coach Larry Fromhart was impressed by the defense of the Wolves. Fromhart reportedly told Camillone that the Basic defense and pass ruch was the best his team had seen all year and did the best job yet of shutting down DiCesareand Max. "Basic played a great game tonight,"^ said Camillone. "I'm proud of my, kids. We played a super game. I thought it was a great football game. I also want to praise Las Vegas. They are a good ball club." He continued, "We thought we could hurt them. We hurt DiCesare and did the best job on Max all year. The Las Vegas coach said we did things that no one else had done against his club and that he would have to take another look at his offense. He plans to have his quarterback use more sprint outs now, instead of just dropping back to throw." HERE COMES KELLY SCORING PLAY ~ Basic running back Otto Kelly (34) looks for running room at the beginning of his 87-yard scoring run Friday night against Las Vegas, while Wildcat defender Everett Bulter (81) ponders how to stOp him. Kelly opened the year with a 178-yard game against Bonanza, but has been frustrated by iiguries since then. But against the Wildcats, he accounted for most of Basic's points with this scoring run and a 15-yard halfback pass to Darryl Turner. He gained a tot^l of 135 yards in 12 carries in the 33-13 Basic loss. (HOME NEWS Photo) This Week In Sports Football -Basic freshmen and junior varsity at Eldorado Thursday at 5 and 7:30 p.m. Basic varsity at Eldorado, Friday at 3:30 p.m. Women's Basketball Basic junior varsity and varsity at Boulder City, Wednesday at 5:30 and 7 p.m. I Basic junior varsity and varsity host Chaparral, Thursday at 5:45 and 7:30 p.m. Women's Tennis Basic at Valley, Tuesday at 3 p.m. AAA Divisional Tournament, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at Las Vegas. Men's Tennis AAA Divisional Tournament, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at Las Vegas. Women's Golf Basic hosts Boulder City at Black Mountain, Tuesday at 3 p.m. DIVISION II Tournament, Friday at Las Vegas Municipal Golf Course. Men's and Women's Cross Country Basic, Chaparral and Bonanza at Eldorado, Thursday at 3 and 3:30 p.m. COUNTY" MUNITY ^ClARKCC ^COMMUI jHas Something for You Liberal Arts Applied Technology Devek>pmental Education English and Foreign Language Rne Arts, Theatre, Communication AAath Science Social Science Business Accounting and Office Administration Data Processing Hotel/Food Sendees Technology Management and Marketing Real Estate and Finance Community Service Administration of Justice Autonrwtive Maintenance Child Development Dental Hygiene Drafting Electronics Eniergency Medical Technology Fire Science Graphic Arts Leisure and Recreation Services Occupational Health and Safety Practical Nursing Respiratory Therapy Welding Technology Public SpeaWng Intro, to Building and Renwdding Advanced Cake Decorating Touch for Health Beg. Hatha Yoga Beg. Italian im Guitar Psy. Approach to Weight Losa Stained Glass Horsemanship Pte-Busineas Woitahop Source of Succeaa Dynvnics of Salesmanship AccLinthe Non-Proflt Agency Fitness in Diapers ConwnunHy AtedeBng Fund, of Successful Grant Pioposd Wribng the Most from Productivity Through Creative CommunicaUon Deveiopir^ the Social Service MgmL Team Project MgmL with a Social Seivice Agency Coping in Las Vegas-Ihe How To's Songwriting Workshop Registration Oct 10,11 & 12 9 am ~ 8 pm 9 am — 3 pm Spedal Services Ceta Programs Aki to Veterans Career Counseling GED CounsefingS Testing FinanciaJAkl Fdl Alternate "--^^ Jf%. Qark CountvXommunitv Colleae Getbng the A YourHuran FcQsourocs 3200 East Cheyenne Avenue, Morth Lu Vegas U -^W^Bfr Blood Drive Today mobile blood unit ^tll be at the First Preerian Church today Vom 4 to 7 p.m. to accept blood donations. Anyone who can is asked to participate in the blood drive. The church is located at 525 Westminister. Ol_MARIO'S IMARIO'S] WOBLOFAMUS tnrAtlANT M NEVADA • IGIWAV |iow.DnciTy,|v| 293-3959 Thd Famous Italion & American Food WE HAVE MANY CHICKEN AND VEAL DISHESSTEAKS: PORTERHOUSE. T-BONE, RIB-EYE STEAK, AND CHOPPED SIRLOIN. FISH: CRAB LEGS, LOBSTER. HAUBUT STEAK AND MUCH, MUCH MORE! PRIME RIB ROAST 2 Cuts — ^6.95 & ^8.95 WITH \l I. TKIMMIN(;S MUSIC PARTIES 10 TO 200 11:30 TILL? TUES THRU SAT 293-3959 s TlieK(!uil980iiy(>e HoueAvtiuedl Indian Four-Stroke moped. No mixing of gas and oil. JAORE MILES PER GALCON Heavy duty suspension, a long comfortable seat, front and rear directional signals, and flnest quality engineering malw the Indian Moped the best buy on today's market. COMPARE... THEN BUY THE BEST ... INDIAN. S&E Cycle Supply 1003 ElA^ STRST BOUIDER CITY PHONE 293-2453 THIS IS NO BULL! PURE WOOL WHEN IT COMES TO LAMBSWOOL AND SHEEPSKIN AUTOMOBILE SEAT COVERS, YOU CAN FIND IT ALL AT THE GOLDEN FLEECE, NEVADA'S LEADING IMPORTER SPECIAL THIS WEEK! Otmiina Australian t A AQC SHEEPSKIN AUTO VUU^v SEAT COVERS COlOtt IVMUIIE m WMU TKEY LAST THE GOLDEN FLEECE COMPANY 252 CONVENTION CENTER DRIVE (In rtM Wmtnit CenUr) ^^'^^ tcraii ^er *h Rol Inn !'" 732-9877 Pages Hospital Auxiliary's ChomiNigne Limcheon Set Mrs. Nina Scliwartz will host a champagne luncheon for the St. Rose de Lima' Hospital Auxiliary and their guests at her home on Wednesday, October 10 at 11:30 a.m. Valet parking will be provided. Mrs. Schwartz will talk about "Antiques for home, beauty and investment." This will be illustrated with a viewing of her home and the beautiful antiques she has collected from all over the world. No guests will be admitted without prior reservations for security reasons. A donation of $7 per person will go towards the Mardi Gras Aind, an annual event sponsored by the hospital auxiliary planned next year for February 16. MAKING PLANS FOR THE ST ROSE DE LIMA HOSPITAL AUXILIARY CHAMPAGNE LUNCHEON to be held tomorrow are, from left: Helen Reed, president of the auxiliary; Nina Schwartz, hostess; and Bonnie Gragson, program chairman. Wed. Morks McCaw School Open House Tomorrow night the Gordon McCaw School will hold an open house for parents to get acquainted with their children's teachers and see first hand just what activities and studies their children are participating in. Prior to the open house, there will be a brief PTA meeting at 7 p.m. in the multipurpose room. New members will be welcomed and the teachers will be introduced. From 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. the classrooms will be open for visits. McCAW SCHOOL PLANS OPEN HOUSE Several parents and teachers, along with the principal of McCaw Elementary School, have been busy making plans for an open house at the school tomorrow evening. PlctMred are principal Neil Twitchell, kindergarten teacher Barbara Nicholas, historian Linda Braun, room mother chairman Barbara Gallegos and PTA president Ron Hubel. HALF MILLION DOLLAR CLEARANCE SALE OF FINE JEWELRY. V2 OFF Both 14 and 18 Krat Gold. Prices including precious stone rings necklaces and brflceirts Gold chains. In addition mens & ladies watches and mens jewelry. LIMITED QUANTITIES ON HAND. MASTER CHARGE & VISA ACCEPTED JACK BEGGSJewelers Our 32nd Year Serving Southern Nevada 896 East Sahara Ave. Ph 735-3711 Homt Fufnhhmgt mi Acnnomt /r Grtaont Livmg John Dominguez, 20, pleaded not guilty in municipal court to driving under the influence and Judge Jim Jensen set the trial for Nov. 8. Dominguez, 129 Grove St., was cited after he was involved in a two-car crash on Boulder Highway. His car allegedly rear-ended a car driven by an elderly couple. The Dominguez car skidded on its top down Boulder Highway. Mr. and Mrs. Martin, who were in the other car, were both injured. Dominguez was also hospitalized. ||ll|>Kl^ • Eidutivc IvwIrmp. firriffi.ol-lM.I drying MvJtint\t VlttHofl • \m. tthiwr* ttwn opniton • EWcml diwii nw • Lni^iit lu-ndf dmng lyUnn MAYTAG JETCLEAN DISH WASHER* OUTCLEANS THEM ALL IN THE REGULAR CYCLE, THIS NEW MAYTAG GETS DISHES CLEANER THAN OTHER LEADING BRANDS. • SELF CLEANING, MICRO MESH FILTER • METERED FILL • UNSURPASSED CAPACITY • POWER DRY ENERGY SAVING DRY SYSTEM CREDIT TERMS • FREE DELIVERY OUR OWN SERVICE DEPARTMENT r/iaIOr<|iMATH MICROWAVF/OVFN MIC RO WAV E /O V E N AMANA MADE THE FRST MICROWWE OVEN WITH A MEMORY. SaveHOO ^ NoMf Mftf/) >lu(omdffc Temperature Control System that cooks meat to perfeclvon/ Phon* '3 OtH 3661 rn 1 P4BKWHY L J 1 mn r:,,.. .1 \.

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Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada mmm^mmB y. October!, mi >^olye$ Teach Wildcats an Important Lesson by Mark Prime Sports Editor The Las Vegas Wildcats are still serious contenders for the state title this year. But the Wildcats learned an important lesson last Friday night, courtesy of the Basic Wolves. The Las Vegas squad came into the Henderson encounter with the league's most potent passing attack, resting primarily on the arm of quarterback Koots DiCesare and the receiving abilities of Brad Max. The Wildcats came away with a misleading 33-13 victory, but not before the Wolves gave them everything they could handle. Prior to the game, Basic head coach Emilio Camillone announced that his team was working hard on some things that Las Vegas had not yet seen in an effort to counter their passing attack. Although DiCesare did hit four touchdown passes-including a pair to Max the Wolves did a better job of containment.on the pair than any team this year. The Las Vegas quarterback was able to complete only 6 of 14 aerials, while Max's two touchdown receptions were his only catches of the evening. Basic also intercepted a pair of Wildcat tosses. Meanwhile. Otto Kelly returned to top form for the Wolves after missing part of the season with an injury. The senior running back rushed for 135 yards on just 12 carries, tossed a 15-yard halfback pass to Darryl Turner for a touchdown and then broke loose for an 87-yard scoring romp for his first touchdown of the year. Tough Defense The Basic defense quickly served notice to the Wildcats that their usqal strong passing game might be in for a real test. The Wolves utilized strong defensive play and a good pass rush to battle Las Vegas to a scoreless tie until less than three minutes remained in the first half. However, with time running low in the half. Las Vegas elected to go forit on a fourth down PLANNERS Cool, from page 1 grade upon completion of each major section of earth removal and processing is required. A use permit for a mobile home watchman's facility was also approved by the city planning commission. The mobile home is to t>e allowed on the site only as long as the gravel extraction and site restoration are in progress. play and running back Will James skirted right end for 37 yards and the first points of the game. Jim Bianchi hit the conversion kick for a 7-0 lead. The Wolves roared right back on the running and passing of Kelly. The running of Kelly and Eric Mangrum carried the Wolves to a pair of first downs. Then Kelly hit Turner twice with passes, first for 30 yards and then for IS yards and the score. Mike Abrams added the kick with just 11 seconds left for an apparent 7-7 halftime tie. But then came the shocking play that might have determined the outcome of the game. With time for just one play, DiCesare dropped back and hit Max with a 52-yard touchdown pass for a 14-7 Wildcat lead. Second Half The Wolves continued their strong defensive effort through most of the third quarter, but then the Wildcats struck quickly with big plays to put the game out of reach. First DiCesare hit Joey Schmitt with a 44-yard scoring strike with about four minutes left in the quarter. On their next possession the Wildcat quarterback hit Max again with a 45-yard touchdown toss. Both times the conversion kick was wide, leaving the score at 26-7. Then late in the game, DiCesare was brought off the bench to hit Don Walker from 20yards out thwit his fourth scoring pass of the eveing. Bianchi's kick this time split the uprights. Three plays later, Kelly tbok a handoff, broke into the Wildcat secondary, cut to the sideline and then walked away from the defensive backs on his 87-yard scoring sprint. His jaunt rounded out the score for the eveing. Happy Coach Even in defeat, Camillone expressed pride in the job done by his squad noting that Las Vegas head coach Larry Fromhart was impressed by the defense of the Wolves. Fromhart reportedly told Camillone that the Basic defense and pass ruch was the best his team had seen all year and did the best job yet of shutting down DiCesareand Max. "Basic played a great game tonight,"^ said Camillone. "I'm proud of my, kids. We played a super game. I thought it was a great football game. I also want to praise Las Vegas. They are a good ball club." He continued, "We thought we could hurt them. We hurt DiCesare and did the best job on Max all year. The Las Vegas coach said we did things that no one else had done against his club and that he would have to take another look at his offense. He plans to have his quarterback use more sprint outs now, instead of just dropping back to throw." HERE COMES KELLY SCORING PLAY ~ Basic running back Otto Kelly (34) looks for running room at the beginning of his 87-yard scoring run Friday night against Las Vegas, while Wildcat defender Everett Bulter (81) ponders how to stOp him. Kelly opened the year with a 178-yard game against Bonanza, but has been frustrated by iiguries since then. But against the Wildcats, he accounted for most of Basic's points with this scoring run and a 15-yard halfback pass to Darryl Turner. He gained a tot^l of 135 yards in 12 carries in the 33-13 Basic loss. (HOME NEWS Photo) This Week In Sports Football -Basic freshmen and junior varsity at Eldorado Thursday at 5 and 7:30 p.m. Basic varsity at Eldorado, Friday at 3:30 p.m. Women's Basketball Basic junior varsity and varsity at Boulder City, Wednesday at 5:30 and 7 p.m. I Basic junior varsity and varsity host Chaparral, Thursday at 5:45 and 7:30 p.m. Women's Tennis Basic at Valley, Tuesday at 3 p.m. AAA Divisional Tournament, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at Las Vegas. Men's Tennis AAA Divisional Tournament, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at Las Vegas. Women's Golf Basic hosts Boulder City at Black Mountain, Tuesday at 3 p.m. DIVISION II Tournament, Friday at Las Vegas Municipal Golf Course. Men's and Women's Cross Country Basic, Chaparral and Bonanza at Eldorado, Thursday at 3 and 3:30 p.m. COUNTY" MUNITY ^ClARKCC ^COMMUI jHas Something for You Liberal Arts Applied Technology Devek>pmental Education English and Foreign Language Rne Arts, Theatre, Communication AAath Science Social Science Business Accounting and Office Administration Data Processing Hotel/Food Sendees Technology Management and Marketing Real Estate and Finance Community Service Administration of Justice Autonrwtive Maintenance Child Development Dental Hygiene Drafting Electronics Eniergency Medical Technology Fire Science Graphic Arts Leisure and Recreation Services Occupational Health and Safety Practical Nursing Respiratory Therapy Welding Technology Public SpeaWng Intro, to Building and Renwdding Advanced Cake Decorating Touch for Health Beg. Hatha Yoga Beg. Italian im Guitar Psy. Approach to Weight Losa Stained Glass Horsemanship Pte-Busineas Woitahop Source of Succeaa Dynvnics of Salesmanship AccLinthe Non-Proflt Agency Fitness in Diapers ConwnunHy AtedeBng Fund, of Successful Grant Pioposd Wribng the Most from Productivity Through Creative CommunicaUon Deveiopir^ the Social Service MgmL Team Project MgmL with a Social Seivice Agency Coping in Las Vegas-Ihe How To's Songwriting Workshop Registration Oct 10,11 & 12 9 am ~ 8 pm 9 am — 3 pm Spedal Services Ceta Programs Aki to Veterans Career Counseling GED CounsefingS Testing FinanciaJAkl Fdl Alternate "--^^ Jf%. Qark CountvXommunitv Colleae Getbng the A YourHuran FcQsourocs 3200 East Cheyenne Avenue, Morth Lu Vegas U -^W^Bfr Blood Drive Today mobile blood unit ^tll be at the First Preerian Church today Vom 4 to 7 p.m. to accept blood donations. Anyone who can is asked to participate in the blood drive. The church is located at 525 Westminister. Ol_MARIO'S IMARIO'S] WOBLOFAMUS tnrAtlANT M NEVADA • IGIWAV |iow.DnciTy,|v| 293-3959 Thd Famous Italion & American Food WE HAVE MANY CHICKEN AND VEAL DISHESSTEAKS: PORTERHOUSE. T-BONE, RIB-EYE STEAK, AND CHOPPED SIRLOIN. FISH: CRAB LEGS, LOBSTER. HAUBUT STEAK AND MUCH, MUCH MORE! PRIME RIB ROAST 2 Cuts — ^6.95 & ^8.95 WITH \l I. TKIMMIN(;S MUSIC PARTIES 10 TO 200 11:30 TILL? TUES THRU SAT 293-3959 s TlieK(!uil980iiy(>e HoueAvtiuedl Indian Four-Stroke moped. No mixing of gas and oil. JAORE MILES PER GALCON Heavy duty suspension, a long comfortable seat, front and rear directional signals, and flnest quality engineering malw the Indian Moped the best buy on today's market. COMPARE... THEN BUY THE BEST ... INDIAN. S&E Cycle Supply 1003 ElA^ STRST BOUIDER CITY PHONE 293-2453 THIS IS NO BULL! PURE WOOL WHEN IT COMES TO LAMBSWOOL AND SHEEPSKIN AUTOMOBILE SEAT COVERS, YOU CAN FIND IT ALL AT THE GOLDEN FLEECE, NEVADA'S LEADING IMPORTER SPECIAL THIS WEEK! Otmiina Australian t A AQC SHEEPSKIN AUTO VUU^v SEAT COVERS COlOtt IVMUIIE m WMU TKEY LAST THE GOLDEN FLEECE COMPANY 252 CONVENTION CENTER DRIVE (In rtM Wmtnit CenUr) ^^'^^ tcraii ^er *h Rol Inn !'" 732-9877 Pages Hospital Auxiliary's ChomiNigne Limcheon Set Mrs. Nina Scliwartz will host a champagne luncheon for the St. Rose de Lima' Hospital Auxiliary and their guests at her home on Wednesday, October 10 at 11:30 a.m. Valet parking will be provided. Mrs. Schwartz will talk about "Antiques for home, beauty and investment." This will be illustrated with a viewing of her home and the beautiful antiques she has collected from all over the world. No guests will be admitted without prior reservations for security reasons. A donation of $7 per person will go towards the Mardi Gras Aind, an annual event sponsored by the hospital auxiliary planned next year for February 16. MAKING PLANS FOR THE ST ROSE DE LIMA HOSPITAL AUXILIARY CHAMPAGNE LUNCHEON to be held tomorrow are, from left: Helen Reed, president of the auxiliary; Nina Schwartz, hostess; and Bonnie Gragson, program chairman. Wed. Morks McCaw School Open House Tomorrow night the Gordon McCaw School will hold an open house for parents to get acquainted with their children's teachers and see first hand just what activities and studies their children are participating in. Prior to the open house, there will be a brief PTA meeting at 7 p.m. in the multipurpose room. New members will be welcomed and the teachers will be introduced. From 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. the classrooms will be open for visits. McCAW SCHOOL PLANS OPEN HOUSE Several parents and teachers, along with the principal of McCaw Elementary School, have been busy making plans for an open house at the school tomorrow evening. PlctMred are principal Neil Twitchell, kindergarten teacher Barbara Nicholas, historian Linda Braun, room mother chairman Barbara Gallegos and PTA president Ron Hubel. HALF MILLION DOLLAR CLEARANCE SALE OF FINE JEWELRY. V2 OFF Both 14 and 18 Krat Gold. Prices including precious stone rings necklaces and brflceirts Gold chains. In addition mens & ladies watches and mens jewelry. LIMITED QUANTITIES ON HAND. MASTER CHARGE & VISA ACCEPTED JACK BEGGSJewelers Our 32nd Year Serving Southern Nevada 896 East Sahara Ave. Ph 735-3711 Homt Fufnhhmgt mi Acnnomt /r Grtaont Livmg John Dominguez, 20, pleaded not guilty in municipal court to driving under the influence and Judge Jim Jensen set the trial for Nov. 8. Dominguez, 129 Grove St., was cited after he was involved in a two-car crash on Boulder Highway. His car allegedly rear-ended a car driven by an elderly couple. The Dominguez car skidded on its top down Boulder Highway. Mr. and Mrs. Martin, who were in the other car, were both injured. Dominguez was also hospitalized. ||ll|>Kl^ • Eidutivc IvwIrmp. firriffi.ol-lM.I drying MvJtint\t VlttHofl • \m. tthiwr* ttwn opniton • EWcml diwii nw • Lni^iit lu-ndf dmng lyUnn MAYTAG JETCLEAN DISH WASHER* OUTCLEANS THEM ALL IN THE REGULAR CYCLE, THIS NEW MAYTAG GETS DISHES CLEANER THAN OTHER LEADING BRANDS. • SELF CLEANING, MICRO MESH FILTER • METERED FILL • UNSURPASSED CAPACITY • POWER DRY ENERGY SAVING DRY SYSTEM CREDIT TERMS • FREE DELIVERY OUR OWN SERVICE DEPARTMENT r/iaIOr<|iMATH MICROWAVF/OVFN MIC RO WAV E /O V E N AMANA MADE THE FRST MICROWWE OVEN WITH A MEMORY. SaveHOO ^ NoMf Mftf/) >lu(omdffc Temperature Control System that cooks meat to perfeclvon/ Phon* '3 OtH 3661 rn 1 P4BKWHY L J 1 mn r:,,.. .1 \.

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.i*K-* l^ll 1 illl ,l '| ( l U >l H 1 ssss V f' 9 I r "f^^mmi^m RenderMD Home Nows, Hendenoii, Nevada Page 4 'Curious Sovage' To Be Presented In November Th* U.S. txportt more than i MIKMI dollin worth of pttrolwm and patroiaum products a yaar, reports tha US. Cofflmarca Dapt. The Basic High School Drama Club will present their first production of the year, "Curious Savage" on November 15 and 16 in the school's Uttle Theatre. "Curious Savage" is a comedy in three acts and the setting is a mental institution. One of the cast of 11 is Dianne DiCiaccio who plays the very loveable Florence Williams, a lady, who, since unable to have a child of her own, has a "son" named John Thomas, whicli incidentally is a rag doll. Dianne has been in several productions including "Chers Special," and she has a bubbly, flamboyant personality which makes her Ain to work with on stage. She also has many interests off stage as she is an accomplished singer and enjoys designing clothes. The play is under the director of David L. Smalley and student directors are Grace Fackrell and Linda Taylor. Louis XVI, King of Franca in tha lata 18th cantury, found rt difficuh to keap awaka in tha royal council. Toeaday, October I, IfTf Taesday, October t, 1971 it's: Obituaries Frank Wa Potrick Graveside services were held last Saturday at Palm Memorial Park for Frank W.Patrick, 48. who died last Wednesday. Bishop Richard Bennett, Fourth Ward Chapel, officiated. Mr.Patrick was bom February 6, 1931 in Footdale, Pennsylvania and was a retired Air Force and Navy Veteran ofWorrdWarn. He is survived by his wife, Karen Patrick of Henderson; sons, Joseph and George Patrick, Robert and Patrick Powers, and Allan and Mark Moore, all of Henderson; daughters, Patricia Siegle of West Vi^ ginia, Kathrin Undsey of'-' Santa Rose, CaUfomiar Nancy and Jennifer Moore of Henderson; three sisters and three grandchildren. Leonard Peterson Sr. Dryclean Often DO IT! Your clothes will look better and last longer. And, you'll feel better, too. HERE TO SERVE VoV SPRINGER PLUMBING • WE SPECIALIZE IN REPAIR REMODEL RESIDENTIAL COBIMERCIAL • EQUIPPED TO HANDLE ALL YOUR DRAIN PROBLEMS. • INSTALL k REPAIR ALL TYPES OF LAWN SPRINKLER SYSTEMS 1 .^ a^,> U Hr. Service At No Eitra Cost 13> J-TP J J DIANNE DiClACCIO r.t • N0W6:7-IMQN-RlMS|Kr 101ATIANTIC HDN.^ OeVEMBEXPnEMS ?bw S65-6S4I Funeral services for Leonard L Peterson Sr, 75, were held last Saturday afternoon at Palm Chapel. The Rev. John Oskoofthe First Baptist Church officiated. A retired laborer, Mr. Peterson died last Thursday in Henderson. He was born April 23, 1904 in Middleton, Utah and had lived here 15 years. Mr. Peterson is survived by sons, Leonard Peterson Jr., of Las Vegaa, and LeRoy Peterson of Spokane, Washington; three daughters, Betty Wages and Etta Lowell of Henderson and Joyce Hawkley of Honolulu; brothers, Delbert Peterson and Frank Shelley of St Anthony, Idaho, anid Melvin and Lawrence Peterson of Idaho Falls, Idaho; 19 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren. Cremation followed' the services CELEBRATE 55 YEARS -• Mr. and Mrs. Al Koenig celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary at 402 Pueblo in Henderson. Guests at the celebration were their son in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Bowen and grandchildren Karla and Shaun, and Mr.and Mrs. Larry Trembly, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Edison and grandson Shane. MAGNIFICENT HOMES OVERLOOKING THE VEGAS VALLEY Z3&4 : ai: 11 CUSTOM FEATURES INCLUDED IN PURCHASE PRICE: 0 Wall-to-wall carpeting throughout Forced Air Heat Sodded Front Yards OG.E. Electric Range Air Conditioning G.E. Dishwasher 0 Beautiful Hardwood Kitchen Cabinets Insulated Walls and Ceilings 0 Smoke Alarm 0 Garbage Disposal Spacious 2-Car Garage OT.V. Outlet All Utilities Underground Vinyl Entry Stainless Steel Sinks O Sewer System Q Ceramic TUe in Tub •& Shower Street Lights Concrete Drives and Walks Moen Single Lever Valves F1REF1ACES. DRAPES & TIE RTOFS ARE STANDARD IN Mi HOMES FROM 54,900 FHA. VA AMD CONVBNTtOm FINANCINQ 360 PALO VERDE DRIVE. ACROSS. FROM BASIC HIGH SCHOOL AFFOROABlf DENTURES I:JV\>I CARE SMorQiMUOMn hrllSNrDom Nevada Denture Service 1791 Swita Pauh (Since 1976) DM IM E *• S>9 • H Mock Souh of (Mm Most IntmnM e Union Pliiis at ofMfe BREAD AS A SNACK ;. Savvy home bakers are baking and eating more bread than ever. They are discovering the variety of graini, vegetables, nuts, dried fruiti and other ingredient* thit.]".*" make every batch of homemade bread diatinctly different." Bread is, without a doubt, one of the most economical and palatable ways to add important nutrients to tb diet. THJk recipe is just one of the numerous yeast breads that addi a sensible and economical approach for the modem snacker. ARMENIAN THIN BREAD Makes 4 thin breads r 1 cup warm water (lOS^F.-llSOF.) 1 package Fleischmann's Active Dry Yeast 1 14 cup (1 /2 stick) margarine, melted and cooled 1 1/2 tM^KKMI laH 1 teaspoon sugar 31/4-33/4 cups unsifted floor • Measure warm water into large warm bowl. Sprinkle in yeast; stir until dissolved. Add cooled margarine, aahj ^ sugar, and 2 cups flour. Beat until smooth. Add enougK additional flour to make a stiff dough. Turn out ontd lightly floured board; knead until smooth and elastic, sbout 8 to 10 minutes. Place in greased bowl, turning, to grease top. Cover; let rise in warm place, free from draft, until doubled in bulk, about 1 hour. Punch dough down; divide into 4 equal piece*. RoO. and stretch each piece into a rectangle, 10 x 14 inchest Place on ungreased baking sheets. Bake at 350F. about 20 minutes, or until golden brown. Remove from baking sheet and cool on wire racks. If desired, bread may be softened by holding under> ruoning water. Serve with cheese or other appetizer*^.., 9!-: CUT Y^UR MONTHLY PAYMENTS w^TH^ HOME EQUITY LOAH / IflAl ISJAli • *UTO • CO'tSOilDAU BiitS 08111 H0(5 Jif W W(nel)tO 9Vf VVV(or more HP BROKER FHS TO MAKE A LOAN NEVADA FIRSTrHi./Fr HENDERSON 65 W. Uke Mead Or. • 565-8987 Guy Phwlpa. Mtfiager Janet Boyf,Cashir HOmOF Hmtc OIkiOpmmnJIDmk HBUDBSOIH Scubo Diving;: Class ^ • nit' For anyone interested, the Henderson PATICS and Recreation Department is o^ering:jt scuba diving class starting Monday, October 8. The class will run fh>in 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., Monday, Wednesday .^n^ Friday at the Lorin L: Williams Indoor Swimming Pool for six weeks. The fee is only $60 which includes all equipment except mask, flns and snorkel. If you are interested, register at the Indoor pool in tlM •vtik "' ingsorcallsaMna IWJJftyHilHL If Earth radoeMl litkiiiaeaadiMicfatofa a ng IMU. Uw Mu •tm be over 13 feet k dkmetOT and weigh %JBO0 pounds. The mn it ooaoftheemallereUrein ourgalaiy. • • e Arica, • town oa the border between Chil>aiKl PHU raceivee a mere M > iBchM of rain per year. • • • ThtGeodeek Done fi the only man-fliadeoi^iet that becomee strvetmtVf ~ etromer u it incr eaiil lm~ die. Vnderson Solicitotions Review Bbard Approves Fair Applications Pages The fcUowing charitable Micitations were approved by the Solicitations Review Board at its October 4,1979 meeting: • AlCERICAN LEGION AUXItlARY BASIC UNIT NO. 40 To sell buddy poppies on the streets to raise funds for needy veterans Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets; from 11-8-7910 11-12-79; BOULDER DAM AREA COUNCIL BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA To sell tickets to the Anaufll Scout-O-Rama to raise funds for equipment, supplies and operating costs; from 11-10-79 to 12-01-79; BASIC HIGH SCHOOL THE,LONE WOLF To.sell advertisements to be printed in the Lone Wolf J^lewspaper to raise funds for production and supply costs; from 09-28-79 to 12-26-79; C.T. CANDY KIDS C.T. ELEMENTARY SCHOOL To sell candy door-todoer4M-aise funds for an all expense paid trip to Sea World; from 10-15-79 Scott Lewis Groduotes FroinVandenberg U.S. Air Force Second Lieutenant G. Scott Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn M. Lewis of 6064 S. Steele, Littleton, Colo., has graduated from the Strategic Air Command's missile combat crew operational ;readine8S training course at Vandenberg 4!r Force Base, here. /> Lieutenant Lewis now goes to Minot Air Force Base. N.D., for training and duty as a missile combat crew member. The lieutenant, a 1975 graduate of Arapahoe High School, Littleton, receiwal a bachelor's degree and commission in 1979 from Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah. His wife, Toni, is the daug^ttifr of Mr. and Mrs. Dale'i. Riddle of 448 Reptibiic, Henderson. .5 VMogic Mptntoin Trip Have you been to Magic Mountain lately? Why not take this opportunity to register at the Henderson Parks and Recreation Department, 201 Lead Street room no. 22 for a funfilled day at Magic Mountain. The trip is planned for Saturday, October 20. Registration fee is S25 and includes round-trip transportation plus admission (includes all rides). There is a lj(nited number of seats available, so register now. for additional information call 565-8921 ext. 32 or 505-8932. A fermer in Japan dsiriH to hive created the worid'i first odor-free oarllc. to 01-15-80. In addition, the following solicitations were approved by the Board in prior months and are still in effect: UNITED WAY OF SOUTHERN NEVADA To conduct their annual fund raising drive to obtain f\inds for their various member agencies; from 09-18-79 to 11-09-79: KLVX, CHANNEL 10 To conduct a mail solicitation to raise fUnds to support public broadcasting in Nevada; from 09-14-79 to 10-15-79; HENDERSON, NEVADA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE To sell booth space, carnival tickets and conduct a rafHe to raise ftinds for the promotion of Expo '79; from 09-07-79 to 11-12-79. Any other solicitors for charitable organizations are operating without benefit of a permit and should be reported to the Henderson Police Department immedicately, 565-8933. Baseboll Meeting Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada -SW^^ 1^^ r TRACEY A. NADDOX, left, receives a congratulatory handahake from M^or L.D. Rotb, Commanding Offlcer, Recruiting Station Phoenix, after enlisting for six years in the Marine Corps Reaerve. Trocey Moddox Enlists In Marine Corps Reserves Cliild Development Class The Child Development Program offered by the Henderson Parks and Recreation Department has openings for children from three to five years of age. There is a session from 8:30 to 11 a.m. and one from 11:30 to 2 p.m. This is not a day care center nor a pre-school, but a child awareness class where the child develops motor control. self-respectibility, how to get along with others his own age and a knowledge of the environment. The class meets Monday thru Friday, for two and one-half hours each session for only $7 a week. Come on over to the Civic Center for more information and to sign up, or call 565-6059 or 565-8921 Ext. 32. Tracey A. Maddox, a 1979 graduate of Basic High School, has enlisted in the Marine Corps Reserve and will depart for recruit training in San Diego on October 9. Maddox, the son of Mrs. Scheryl Maddox of 807B Major Street, enlisted for six years. During his senior year at Basic, he was a member of the Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officer Training Course serving as Cadet "Major" and executive officer of his battalion. He was also the commander of the "Armed Drill Team." winning three first place and two second place awards during the various drill competitions. At his high school graduation, Maddox received a $100 scholarship from the Marine Corps League. Upon completion of recruit training and advanced infantry training, he will serve with "F" Comapny, 24th Marines in Las Vegas. On Wednesday, October 10 a meeting will be held in the Civic Center Annex, Room No. 4A at 7 p.m. and conducted by the Henderson Parks and Recreation Department in regards to the 1979-80 Baseball Program. Members of the Parks and Recreation Board will be in attendance to discuss with coaches and-or all interested persons any recommendations, comments, areas of concern that they would like to see implemented as rules changes for the 1980 Baseball Program. For additional information call 565-8921 ext. 32. The US. produces more crude petroleum then ell of Africa put together, US. Interior Oept. stetiitici show. #• BIKE LAND Open for Business 11-8. 7 Days Bicycle sales and repairs Bicycles All speeds, all sizes Motocross dealer for Mongoose, Webco, Red Line, and accessories. WE BUY USED AND JUNK BIKES T^^iSer"""-564-5834 Vllloge Weeds fnm 39,950. VA NO nOWN — NO CLOSING COST These homes come eqaippeo wiin carpet throughout, stove, dishwasher, garbage disposal landscaping. All homes have garages. FHA FINANCING AVAILABLE Uiie Mead Drive • to Center S. • RiKhl on Center • Uft on Fullerton to thr Models. Phone 564-S8I0 Closed on Tuesdays • ' "*> • i>' ^ • "* '^ 0fl/y 5 ^fiM% Left! Hurry! Save now! SPECIAL PURCHASE Recreational Swim Team Hey kids! The Henderson Parks and Recreation Department is offering a program to kids who would like to get involved in competitive swimming. The program involves practices on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 3:30 to 4:30 in the afternoon and Saturday mornings from 10 to 11, and includes work in the areas of stroke improvement and endurance building. The program is mainly summer oriented, but we are using the fall and winter months for extra practice. The program was very successful this summer and we hope to expand next summer. The team had 25 participants and competed with other recreational teams from Boulder City, Mountain Pass, California and Las Vegas. Anyone interested can sign up at the Lorin L. Williams Swimming Pool adjacent to Basic High School or call the Henderson Parks and Recreation Department Office at 565-8921 Ext. 32. The fee is only $5 per month. For additional information call the sports office at 565-0319. I • i>. I n I. Silas Pope Retires From Active Navy Navy Chief Construction Electrician Silas A. Pope, whose wife, Robbin, is the daughter of Harry and Roberta Hill of 35 Wyoming St., Henderson, has retired from active duty after 20years of service. Pope most recently served at Bangor Trident Training Facility. Bremerton, Wash. He Joined the Navy in July 1960. ^^ ^//fiF/^17 SALE! CLASS A' MOTOR HOME SOME 1979s • t980t 27 FT. REAR lATH Auto air. dual battery/slide, 14,000 BTU root air. 440 engine, spare tIre/wheeJ/carrler/cover, 4000 Onan generator, frt. privacy curtain, buddy seat, extra gas tank/gauge, 8.4 cu. ft refrlg., trailer hitch, frt. bunk, solid heavy curtain, rear privacy curtain, root ladder, fv antenna, cruise control, ext. turnace, double step, am/fm, arm rest, hub caps, aunvlsor, tire extinguisher, 80 LP tank. #RV 891 IKCUl nWCNIII uu fSId $ 18,074 TNIS PRICE INCLUDES $2000 SUNLAND RV CENTER A good egg-separator is tmall funnel. 3333 E. FREMONT 457-8046 II W Ill SEFMNGNEim SINCE 1906 Youmam MOVING AND STORAGE CO.! AGENTS FOR GLOBAL VAN UNES • LOCAL MOVES • STORAGE • OUT-OMTATE MOVe ic CONTROIIED l\MVES INTO NEVADA' WHFN ITS YOUR MOVE IT'S OUR TOO! CALL 457-3060 1624 MOIAVE RO* US VEGAS 79 COBRA MOTOR HOME CLOSE-OUT SALE! ALL COBRA MOTOR HOMES in stock will bi told it DEALER COST for 4 days onlyl Hurry for tiioM IMIN ird of prieotfl iec' essary Inihe Las Vegas areall An Added Gonvenienoe For RBsidential Customers Nevada Power Company Offa Service bv Phone new 1 mS BflWHIO Yl. FimNONC OK. 3112 BOULDER HWY • 457.142* • SUN. 4S7'.3ee2 Haveyour electrica DOwer ;urned on. 2 Make any inquiries regarding your present bill. 3 Transfer adisconnect present service. AH by Telephone It'll SaveYoulime and Gasoline! Call Nevada Fbwerlbday 385-5811 gggy^Hg,^!^^

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.i*K-* l^ll 1 illl ,l '| ( l U >l H 1 ssss V f' 9 I r "f^^mmi^m RenderMD Home Nows, Hendenoii, Nevada Page 4 'Curious Sovage' To Be Presented In November Th* U.S. txportt more than i MIKMI dollin worth of pttrolwm and patroiaum products a yaar, reports tha US. Cofflmarca Dapt. The Basic High School Drama Club will present their first production of the year, "Curious Savage" on November 15 and 16 in the school's Uttle Theatre. "Curious Savage" is a comedy in three acts and the setting is a mental institution. One of the cast of 11 is Dianne DiCiaccio who plays the very loveable Florence Williams, a lady, who, since unable to have a child of her own, has a "son" named John Thomas, whicli incidentally is a rag doll. Dianne has been in several productions including "Chers Special," and she has a bubbly, flamboyant personality which makes her Ain to work with on stage. She also has many interests off stage as she is an accomplished singer and enjoys designing clothes. The play is under the director of David L. Smalley and student directors are Grace Fackrell and Linda Taylor. Louis XVI, King of Franca in tha lata 18th cantury, found rt difficuh to keap awaka in tha royal council. Toeaday, October I, IfTf Taesday, October t, 1971 it's: Obituaries Frank Wa Potrick Graveside services were held last Saturday at Palm Memorial Park for Frank W.Patrick, 48. who died last Wednesday. Bishop Richard Bennett, Fourth Ward Chapel, officiated. Mr.Patrick was bom February 6, 1931 in Footdale, Pennsylvania and was a retired Air Force and Navy Veteran ofWorrdWarn. He is survived by his wife, Karen Patrick of Henderson; sons, Joseph and George Patrick, Robert and Patrick Powers, and Allan and Mark Moore, all of Henderson; daughters, Patricia Siegle of West Vi^ ginia, Kathrin Undsey of'-' Santa Rose, CaUfomiar Nancy and Jennifer Moore of Henderson; three sisters and three grandchildren. Leonard Peterson Sr. Dryclean Often DO IT! Your clothes will look better and last longer. And, you'll feel better, too. HERE TO SERVE VoV SPRINGER PLUMBING • WE SPECIALIZE IN REPAIR REMODEL RESIDENTIAL COBIMERCIAL • EQUIPPED TO HANDLE ALL YOUR DRAIN PROBLEMS. • INSTALL k REPAIR ALL TYPES OF LAWN SPRINKLER SYSTEMS 1 .^ a^,> U Hr. Service At No Eitra Cost 13> J-TP J J DIANNE DiClACCIO r.t • N0W6:7-IMQN-RlMS|Kr 101ATIANTIC HDN.^ OeVEMBEXPnEMS ?bw S65-6S4I Funeral services for Leonard L Peterson Sr, 75, were held last Saturday afternoon at Palm Chapel. The Rev. John Oskoofthe First Baptist Church officiated. A retired laborer, Mr. Peterson died last Thursday in Henderson. He was born April 23, 1904 in Middleton, Utah and had lived here 15 years. Mr. Peterson is survived by sons, Leonard Peterson Jr., of Las Vegaa, and LeRoy Peterson of Spokane, Washington; three daughters, Betty Wages and Etta Lowell of Henderson and Joyce Hawkley of Honolulu; brothers, Delbert Peterson and Frank Shelley of St Anthony, Idaho, anid Melvin and Lawrence Peterson of Idaho Falls, Idaho; 19 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren. Cremation followed' the services CELEBRATE 55 YEARS -• Mr. and Mrs. Al Koenig celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary at 402 Pueblo in Henderson. Guests at the celebration were their son in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Bowen and grandchildren Karla and Shaun, and Mr.and Mrs. Larry Trembly, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Edison and grandson Shane. MAGNIFICENT HOMES OVERLOOKING THE VEGAS VALLEY Z3&4 : ai: 11 CUSTOM FEATURES INCLUDED IN PURCHASE PRICE: 0 Wall-to-wall carpeting throughout Forced Air Heat Sodded Front Yards OG.E. Electric Range Air Conditioning G.E. Dishwasher 0 Beautiful Hardwood Kitchen Cabinets Insulated Walls and Ceilings 0 Smoke Alarm 0 Garbage Disposal Spacious 2-Car Garage OT.V. Outlet All Utilities Underground Vinyl Entry Stainless Steel Sinks O Sewer System Q Ceramic TUe in Tub •& Shower Street Lights Concrete Drives and Walks Moen Single Lever Valves F1REF1ACES. DRAPES & TIE RTOFS ARE STANDARD IN Mi HOMES FROM 54,900 FHA. VA AMD CONVBNTtOm FINANCINQ 360 PALO VERDE DRIVE. ACROSS. FROM BASIC HIGH SCHOOL AFFOROABlf DENTURES I:JV\>I CARE SMorQiMUOMn hrllSNrDom Nevada Denture Service 1791 Swita Pauh (Since 1976) DM IM E *• S>9 • H Mock Souh of (Mm Most IntmnM e Union Pliiis at ofMfe BREAD AS A SNACK ;. Savvy home bakers are baking and eating more bread than ever. They are discovering the variety of graini, vegetables, nuts, dried fruiti and other ingredient* thit.]".*" make every batch of homemade bread diatinctly different." Bread is, without a doubt, one of the most economical and palatable ways to add important nutrients to tb diet. THJk recipe is just one of the numerous yeast breads that addi a sensible and economical approach for the modem snacker. ARMENIAN THIN BREAD Makes 4 thin breads r 1 cup warm water (lOS^F.-llSOF.) 1 package Fleischmann's Active Dry Yeast 1 14 cup (1 /2 stick) margarine, melted and cooled 1 1/2 tM^KKMI laH 1 teaspoon sugar 31/4-33/4 cups unsifted floor • Measure warm water into large warm bowl. Sprinkle in yeast; stir until dissolved. Add cooled margarine, aahj ^ sugar, and 2 cups flour. Beat until smooth. Add enougK additional flour to make a stiff dough. Turn out ontd lightly floured board; knead until smooth and elastic, sbout 8 to 10 minutes. Place in greased bowl, turning, to grease top. Cover; let rise in warm place, free from draft, until doubled in bulk, about 1 hour. Punch dough down; divide into 4 equal piece*. RoO. and stretch each piece into a rectangle, 10 x 14 inchest Place on ungreased baking sheets. Bake at 350F. about 20 minutes, or until golden brown. Remove from baking sheet and cool on wire racks. If desired, bread may be softened by holding under> ruoning water. Serve with cheese or other appetizer*^.., 9!-: CUT Y^UR MONTHLY PAYMENTS w^TH^ HOME EQUITY LOAH / IflAl ISJAli • *UTO • CO'tSOilDAU BiitS 08111 H0(5 Jif W W(nel)tO 9Vf VVV(or more HP BROKER FHS TO MAKE A LOAN NEVADA FIRSTrHi./Fr HENDERSON 65 W. Uke Mead Or. • 565-8987 Guy Phwlpa. Mtfiager Janet Boyf,Cashir HOmOF Hmtc OIkiOpmmnJIDmk HBUDBSOIH Scubo Diving;: Class ^ • nit' For anyone interested, the Henderson PATICS and Recreation Department is o^ering:jt scuba diving class starting Monday, October 8. The class will run fh>in 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., Monday, Wednesday .^n^ Friday at the Lorin L: Williams Indoor Swimming Pool for six weeks. The fee is only $60 which includes all equipment except mask, flns and snorkel. If you are interested, register at the Indoor pool in tlM •vtik "' ingsorcallsaMna IWJJftyHilHL If Earth radoeMl litkiiiaeaadiMicfatofa a ng IMU. Uw Mu •tm be over 13 feet k dkmetOT and weigh %JBO0 pounds. The mn it ooaoftheemallereUrein ourgalaiy. • • e Arica, • town oa the border between Chil>aiKl PHU raceivee a mere M > iBchM of rain per year. • • • ThtGeodeek Done fi the only man-fliadeoi^iet that becomee strvetmtVf ~ etromer u it incr eaiil lm~ die. Vnderson Solicitotions Review Bbard Approves Fair Applications Pages The fcUowing charitable Micitations were approved by the Solicitations Review Board at its October 4,1979 meeting: • AlCERICAN LEGION AUXItlARY BASIC UNIT NO. 40 To sell buddy poppies on the streets to raise funds for needy veterans Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets; from 11-8-7910 11-12-79; BOULDER DAM AREA COUNCIL BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA To sell tickets to the Anaufll Scout-O-Rama to raise funds for equipment, supplies and operating costs; from 11-10-79 to 12-01-79; BASIC HIGH SCHOOL THE,LONE WOLF To.sell advertisements to be printed in the Lone Wolf J^lewspaper to raise funds for production and supply costs; from 09-28-79 to 12-26-79; C.T. CANDY KIDS C.T. ELEMENTARY SCHOOL To sell candy door-todoer4M-aise funds for an all expense paid trip to Sea World; from 10-15-79 Scott Lewis Groduotes FroinVandenberg U.S. Air Force Second Lieutenant G. Scott Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn M. Lewis of 6064 S. Steele, Littleton, Colo., has graduated from the Strategic Air Command's missile combat crew operational ;readine8S training course at Vandenberg 4!r Force Base, here. /> Lieutenant Lewis now goes to Minot Air Force Base. N.D., for training and duty as a missile combat crew member. The lieutenant, a 1975 graduate of Arapahoe High School, Littleton, receiwal a bachelor's degree and commission in 1979 from Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah. His wife, Toni, is the daug^ttifr of Mr. and Mrs. Dale'i. Riddle of 448 Reptibiic, Henderson. .5 VMogic Mptntoin Trip Have you been to Magic Mountain lately? Why not take this opportunity to register at the Henderson Parks and Recreation Department, 201 Lead Street room no. 22 for a funfilled day at Magic Mountain. The trip is planned for Saturday, October 20. Registration fee is S25 and includes round-trip transportation plus admission (includes all rides). There is a lj(nited number of seats available, so register now. for additional information call 565-8921 ext. 32 or 505-8932. A fermer in Japan dsiriH to hive created the worid'i first odor-free oarllc. to 01-15-80. In addition, the following solicitations were approved by the Board in prior months and are still in effect: UNITED WAY OF SOUTHERN NEVADA To conduct their annual fund raising drive to obtain f\inds for their various member agencies; from 09-18-79 to 11-09-79: KLVX, CHANNEL 10 To conduct a mail solicitation to raise fUnds to support public broadcasting in Nevada; from 09-14-79 to 10-15-79; HENDERSON, NEVADA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE To sell booth space, carnival tickets and conduct a rafHe to raise ftinds for the promotion of Expo '79; from 09-07-79 to 11-12-79. Any other solicitors for charitable organizations are operating without benefit of a permit and should be reported to the Henderson Police Department immedicately, 565-8933. Baseboll Meeting Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada -SW^^ 1^^ r TRACEY A. NADDOX, left, receives a congratulatory handahake from M^or L.D. Rotb, Commanding Offlcer, Recruiting Station Phoenix, after enlisting for six years in the Marine Corps Reaerve. Trocey Moddox Enlists In Marine Corps Reserves Cliild Development Class The Child Development Program offered by the Henderson Parks and Recreation Department has openings for children from three to five years of age. There is a session from 8:30 to 11 a.m. and one from 11:30 to 2 p.m. This is not a day care center nor a pre-school, but a child awareness class where the child develops motor control. self-respectibility, how to get along with others his own age and a knowledge of the environment. The class meets Monday thru Friday, for two and one-half hours each session for only $7 a week. Come on over to the Civic Center for more information and to sign up, or call 565-6059 or 565-8921 Ext. 32. Tracey A. Maddox, a 1979 graduate of Basic High School, has enlisted in the Marine Corps Reserve and will depart for recruit training in San Diego on October 9. Maddox, the son of Mrs. Scheryl Maddox of 807B Major Street, enlisted for six years. During his senior year at Basic, he was a member of the Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officer Training Course serving as Cadet "Major" and executive officer of his battalion. He was also the commander of the "Armed Drill Team." winning three first place and two second place awards during the various drill competitions. At his high school graduation, Maddox received a $100 scholarship from the Marine Corps League. Upon completion of recruit training and advanced infantry training, he will serve with "F" Comapny, 24th Marines in Las Vegas. On Wednesday, October 10 a meeting will be held in the Civic Center Annex, Room No. 4A at 7 p.m. and conducted by the Henderson Parks and Recreation Department in regards to the 1979-80 Baseball Program. Members of the Parks and Recreation Board will be in attendance to discuss with coaches and-or all interested persons any recommendations, comments, areas of concern that they would like to see implemented as rules changes for the 1980 Baseball Program. For additional information call 565-8921 ext. 32. The US. produces more crude petroleum then ell of Africa put together, US. Interior Oept. stetiitici show. #• BIKE LAND Open for Business 11-8. 7 Days Bicycle sales and repairs Bicycles All speeds, all sizes Motocross dealer for Mongoose, Webco, Red Line, and accessories. WE BUY USED AND JUNK BIKES T^^iSer"""-564-5834 Vllloge Weeds fnm 39,950. VA NO nOWN — NO CLOSING COST These homes come eqaippeo wiin carpet throughout, stove, dishwasher, garbage disposal landscaping. All homes have garages. FHA FINANCING AVAILABLE Uiie Mead Drive • to Center S. • RiKhl on Center • Uft on Fullerton to thr Models. Phone 564-S8I0 Closed on Tuesdays • ' "*> • i>' ^ • "* '^ 0fl/y 5 ^fiM% Left! Hurry! Save now! SPECIAL PURCHASE Recreational Swim Team Hey kids! The Henderson Parks and Recreation Department is offering a program to kids who would like to get involved in competitive swimming. The program involves practices on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 3:30 to 4:30 in the afternoon and Saturday mornings from 10 to 11, and includes work in the areas of stroke improvement and endurance building. The program is mainly summer oriented, but we are using the fall and winter months for extra practice. The program was very successful this summer and we hope to expand next summer. The team had 25 participants and competed with other recreational teams from Boulder City, Mountain Pass, California and Las Vegas. Anyone interested can sign up at the Lorin L. Williams Swimming Pool adjacent to Basic High School or call the Henderson Parks and Recreation Department Office at 565-8921 Ext. 32. The fee is only $5 per month. For additional information call the sports office at 565-0319. I • i>. I n I. Silas Pope Retires From Active Navy Navy Chief Construction Electrician Silas A. Pope, whose wife, Robbin, is the daughter of Harry and Roberta Hill of 35 Wyoming St., Henderson, has retired from active duty after 20years of service. Pope most recently served at Bangor Trident Training Facility. Bremerton, Wash. He Joined the Navy in July 1960. ^^ ^//fiF/^17 SALE! CLASS A' MOTOR HOME SOME 1979s • t980t 27 FT. REAR lATH Auto air. dual battery/slide, 14,000 BTU root air. 440 engine, spare tIre/wheeJ/carrler/cover, 4000 Onan generator, frt. privacy curtain, buddy seat, extra gas tank/gauge, 8.4 cu. ft refrlg., trailer hitch, frt. bunk, solid heavy curtain, rear privacy curtain, root ladder, fv antenna, cruise control, ext. turnace, double step, am/fm, arm rest, hub caps, aunvlsor, tire extinguisher, 80 LP tank. #RV 891 IKCUl nWCNIII uu fSId $ 18,074 TNIS PRICE INCLUDES $2000 SUNLAND RV CENTER A good egg-separator is tmall funnel. 3333 E. FREMONT 457-8046 II W Ill SEFMNGNEim SINCE 1906 Youmam MOVING AND STORAGE CO.! AGENTS FOR GLOBAL VAN UNES • LOCAL MOVES • STORAGE • OUT-OMTATE MOVe ic CONTROIIED l\MVES INTO NEVADA' WHFN ITS YOUR MOVE IT'S OUR TOO! CALL 457-3060 1624 MOIAVE RO* US VEGAS 79 COBRA MOTOR HOME CLOSE-OUT SALE! ALL COBRA MOTOR HOMES in stock will bi told it DEALER COST for 4 days onlyl Hurry for tiioM IMIN ird of prieotfl iec' essary Inihe Las Vegas areall An Added Gonvenienoe For RBsidential Customers Nevada Power Company Offa Service bv Phone new 1 mS BflWHIO Yl. FimNONC OK. 3112 BOULDER HWY • 457.142* • SUN. 4S7'.3ee2 Haveyour electrica DOwer ;urned on. 2 Make any inquiries regarding your present bill. 3 Transfer adisconnect present service. AH by Telephone It'll SaveYoulime and Gasoline! Call Nevada Fbwerlbday 385-5811 gggy^Hg,^!^^

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H >. ^I H I I H ^^mtmrn^mmm^mm Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Page The National President of the Ladies Aur.iliary of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States, Vona Houtz of Roosevelt, Utah, made her official visit to the VFW Auxiliary in Nevada last weekend. She was greeted at thf airport by the State Presi1\lational VFW Auxiiary Head Visits' dent. Sylvia Phillips. Las Vegas; National Council Member District -#17, Phyllis Zander. Henderson; State Commander. Woodie Rainbolt, Las Vegas, and many other state officers of the auxiliary and VFW. Greeting Mrs. Houtz were State NOTKE NOTICE is hereby given that a Public Hearing will be held by the Regional TransporUtion Commission of Clark County in the City of North Las Vegas Council Chambers. 2200 Civic Center Drive, on October U, 1979, at 9:00 a.m. for the purpose of soliciting comments on the following proposed project: REOPfNED PUBLIC HEARINC SUNSnMAO EASTERN AVENUE--MOUNTAM VISTA New construction and reconstruction consisting of pavement, traffic control devices, drainage facilities, curb, gutter, sidewalk and street lights to provide four (4) travel lanes was previously proposed and discussed at a Public Hearing held on .August 9. 1979. The Public Hearing is being reopened at the request of the Board of County Commissioners to reconsider the project as adopted on .\ugust 9, 1979. For additional information concerning this proposed project, contact the Regional Transportation Commission of Clark County located at 230 Las Vegas Boulevard South or call 386-4481. RICHARD J. RONZONE Chairman (Sept. 18, Oct. 4, 9, 1979) • '" • w^^m^ A lOrOF USED CAR t^D EAlSl HI-WAY AUTO 101 E. LAKE MEAD, HENDERSON (LAKE MEAD & BOULDEH HWY.) PHONE 565-0737 "NO REASONAIU OffHt MFUSO" Wfl TAg GUB ON CONSICNIIIBIT •70 TOYOTA 4 Door, a beauty 11199 •73 FORD PICKVP A Steal for |109 '70 MAVERICK Economy plus $999 •74 BUCK REGAL Hardtop $1499 •73 PLYMOUTH SCAMP Gas Saver J1599 •73 DODGE WGN. A Buy ......11199 •74 FIAT 124 4 door. Economy pint 1...I1599 •74 FORD P.U. A Steal „.„ $1899 •74 T-BIRD A buy $2291 74 CAD SEDAN DEVILLE Nice...$1999 •74 PINTO 2 dr., economy $1699 '75 CMC Sierra PICKUP New motor $2499 •72 MERC MONTEGO Nice Car $1099 '69 OLDS CUTLASS COUPE A Buy $599 •72 OLDS CUTLASS COUPE Sharp $1099 •69 FORD HTP Sharp $899 •61 CHEVY P.U. A Steal $799 •68 DODGECAMPER Nice $1799 WE BUY CARS & TRUCKS FOR CASH "WE CARRY CONTRACTS" HI-WAY AUTO /P^ ^''4^^A 1L ^ STARTS WED. 1-WEEK Oa. 10 thra 16th ARE VOU READY FOR THE SUMMER? ARE VCXJ READY FORA GOOD TIME? From the Co-Pioducn dl -Nattond I niANIMAlHOOSEBia MURRAY. MUMOllTtLf I ^ \'AV.^^^.^ V T \ W^ nV NIGHTLY SUN. THRU THUR8. AT l:M P.lt. SHOWS EVERY FRI. ft SAT. AT 7 A • P.M. BtATTNEE. EVERY SAT. k SUN. AT 2:M P.M. f/iDULTS I2.M CHILDREN $1.M; EVERY SUNDAY 8.M P.M. SENIOR CTIZENS ADMISSION ONE DOLLAR Senior Vice President, Rosemary Dehls, Reno; State Chaplain. Margaret Usnick, Femiey State Treasurer, Irene Ackerman, North Las Vegas; State Secretary. Mickey Rainbolt, Las Vegas:'&tate Chief of Staff, Grethel Gillam, Las Vegas; ^District §2 President. Millie Mixer. Caliente; District US President, Dell Hummer, Las Vegas; • Past Nevada State Presidents Jeanne Shipley, Gertrude Caldwell, Lee Ayres of Reno, and Marian Johnson of Femiey; Past-State Commanders Joel Zander, Henderson; Claude Shipley, Reno, and other members. Activities during her visit included a tour of Nellis AFB. lunch at the NCO Club, a visit to Hoover Dam. and participating in the patriotic program as a distinfiuishNAIIUNAL FKfcS. Greeting the National President of tbe Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the U. S. as she arrived at McCArran International Airport in Las Vegas, Sept. 30th: L to R are Phyllis Zander, Jr. Past State President of Nevada and now National Council Member for District No. 17; Vona Houtz, National President of the Ladies Aux. to VFW; Sylvia Phillips, State President VFW Aux. for Nevada; State Commander, Woodie Rainbolt. CONSTITUTION WEEK • At the Patriotic Program recogniiing CMistitation WeelK, held at the Las Vegas Convention Center, spooMred by the Sons and Daughters of the American Revolution: L to R: Sylvia Phillips, Nevada state President VFW Auxiliary; Jim Sant^ni, Nevada Congressman, U.S. House of Representatives; Vona Houtx, National President, Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United SUtes. At Patriotic Program, L to R: Elder Ezra Taft Benson, a General Authority of the LDS Church and main speaker at the program, Mrs. Benson, Judge John Mowbray, and Vona Houtz, National President Ladies Aux. VFW. NEVADA FIRST THRIFT Annual Yield 7.281% SAVINGS PASSBOOKS DAILY INTEREST ANY AMOUNT Accounts open by 12th any month earn from 1st. Annual Rate 7%. 6 MONTHS T-BiLL+ 11.133% •YIELD 10.602% >"E EffecUve nn October 10 INTEREST PAID MONTHLY 6 MONTHS $10,000 or MORE 'ANNUAL ASSETS OVER $30,000,000.00 .. L0C4LLV OKVNfD 4ND OPERATED BY NEVADANS... NEVADA FIRST r • ;^ • ""'"""*"' HENDERSON • 65 W Lake Mead Df • 565-6987 LAS VEGAS • 415 E Carson 382-6162 LAS VEGAS • 1566 6 Flamingo • 7312040 LAS VEGAS • WesiiandMaii • 4719 W. Charleston • 878-1148 RENO SPARKS CARSON ClTV ELKO ELY. WINNf MUCCA FAUON @ NEVADA'S OLDEST and LARGESTed guest which was held at the Convention Center, Sunday evening, under the sponsorship of the Sons and Daughters of the American Revolution. While at the program, Mrs. Houtz was introI duced to Congressman Jim Santini, Nvada Supreme Court Chieft Justice Judge John Mowibray. Principal speaker ai the program was former U.S. Secretary of Agriculture, Ezra Taft Benson, also from Utah. Mrs. Houtz instituted and installed a new Junior Girls Unit at the Fred S. Pennington #1753 Post, sponsored by the Pennington Auxiliary. Advisors to the unit are Shirley Lindsey, President of ^1753 Pennington Auxiliary and the Senior Vice President. Donna Carter. National President Houtz gave the young ladies an inspiring welcome and presented the new Jr. Girls President. Diane Steffens, with her gavel. Thalia Dondero, Clark County Commissioner, presented Mrs. Houtz with a framed proclamation, stating this was "Vona Houtz Day" in Qark County and extended greetings from the City of Las Vegas and Clark County. On Monday. October 1. President Houtz was the guest of honor at the institution and installation of a new Post, royal Ridge ^10469, which was -instituted and installed by State Commander Woodie Rainbolt. After the official ceremonies, Mrs. Houtz apoke to the gathering on her "Soar....Reach Out.... Serve America" patriotic and service programs. She also emphasized the need for all VFW members to be alert and keep in touch with their legislators ^nd advise them of the tieed for veterans care and servic es that the government wants to cut back. She spoke about thePAC (Political Action Committee) that was just formed by action of the VFW National Convention in New Orleans, and urged participation and support of this committee by all our members. Completing her visit to Nevada, Mrs. Houtz is continuing her many travels throughout the nation, Europe and Asia. As National President, she visits every state, and overseas auxiliaries, encouraging and assisting the over 620,000 auxiliary members who consistently work for our Country's good. TIPS TO HELP YOU If your flooring it driving you up the wll, thee hints may help you take a step in the right direction. For looki, consider the artiitic appeal of an emboiaed vinyl flooring. Emboaaing achieve* a threedimenaional detign laclcing in conventional linoleum— and it hide* underfloor irregularities. For durability, check the thickneti or strength of Uie wear layer of reiilient flooring. The wear layer alone will determiiM the floor's durability, according to Mannington Milla, Inc., • maker of sheet vinyl flooring. Other layers provide backing and cushioning. Tatday, October %, ItTI UGAl Nonas UGAl NOTKE • • the ligklk JieI> B. MAVBB. TIB CLOTUN6 WAIBIAVS. a Nevada trrantiMa, aad JOIN DOBS I Ifcraegh V.lMlMlva. Dalkadaat SUIOIONS TIB STATB OP NBVABA SENDS GKBBTINSS TO TIB ABOVENAMBO DBPBNDANT: Tea are btrsby lummtrntt aad retalred la aerve apa* BBLL. LBAVITT A 6UBN. CTD.. riaiatMrsaMaraay.wbaaaaMnaala Ml B. BrMgat, Laa Va^, Neva* aa aaawsf la Ike C sflaJH which la kerewilb •atvsd apaa yM. wMkla M 4ays lAw sarvka sf Ikia SaMMM apM yaa, asctaslTa f Ibe day *f aarvice. Ifywi Ml la da s*. JudgMBl by MMt will be Iskea agaiaal yaa Itr Ike relief teutmtt4 la tkc C* plitBt. • adtoadMaadswiag LOIBTTA BOWMAN, aerfc afCaut By lAiaiA PADILLA, Depair Clerfc (MAL) DATE :8cf4akerM.ll1> R-Oei t, It, a, M. Nev. •. ItTt la tbe Bighlb Jadicial DIalrirt Cawt sa.)a irir W.alilianafmtfcat Walar wlU be aaad kr irrlgaltaa parpaaea tnm Jaaaary lal la rllalifi Data if Rrtt yablleaUaa Sapt O. DatoaflaslpablicatiaBOel a,ltTt. Sigaed: WILLIAM J NEWMAN, PE. StatoBagiacer I Sept.. Ort. t, t, M. n. itn. NOTICE OP APPUCATION FOB PEIMISSION TO APPBOPBIATB TIE PUBLIC WATEB8 OF TBE STATE OP NEVADA Septoakar II, ItTt AppUcaUaa Na. I7tl4 Natiea is hereby ghaa thai aa tbe tub day af March int. Baraard Jaaaph af Laa Vegas, Stote if Nevada • ade applleallaa ta tke Suie Bagiaaar af Nevada ter penaliilaa to appraprlate M aaeead feel af tke pakilc waters af Ibe itote if Nevada. Diversiea is to be asde fTea aa aadergreaad learce it a pal at lacaied wilbla tbe NW>/. NWS, Sectiaa 4, T.I48., R.IIE., M.D.B. A M., ar at a paiat Area wbleb tbe m caraer af Sacliaa I, T.I4S. B.ME.. MD.B. a M bears N M'MIT W., i diitoaca ef S.IM ftei Water wUI be ased fsr Irrigillea parpasei fram Jaaaary 1st to Daceaber Jlit af eack year. Date af first paMicatiaB Sept. ItTt. Dato af UsI paklicaliaB Oct. S. ItTI. Signed: WILLIAM J. NEWMAN, P.E StotoBagloeer I • Sept. a. Oct. >. I, II. a. itn la tbe Eighlh Jadicial Dtotrid Caart af Iba Stote af Nava^ la aad Fbr Iba Caaaty af Qark nLBD SBPr.MIJtPMTt LOIRTA BOWMAN, CLEBK BTSIAIONANDEBBON Na.M la Iha MaHar af Ihe Estate af LaONAlO B. WILSON, SSL, NOTICE OP SBTTLBHBNT OP ACCOUNT. AND nABINO PimON FOB DOTBIBUTION OP BBTATE Nalice ia hereby givea thai LBONAID B. WILSON. Jl. Ihe Eiecalar af Iba Mlate if LBONABD B. WILSON. SB., dcceaaed, bw raadaiadaad p taat a telfccti WI a te sal. aad Nad ia said Caatt. hit Pint aad Flari aaeaaal af bia tlMliiiliillia if seM aattla; aad alaa hit paMllaa IK dlsMhaliaa af ssld attate; aad thai PHdv Iha Mb day af Octebar, A.D. ItTt, Mm • dtp af laal Saaalaa af MM Oiwt, al t-Jt a'deck A.M., al Iha Caarl Baaai af aaid Caart hi Iba CMy af LM Vagaa, la aaid dwfc Otaa^, kaa baaa Bsad by aaid CaaH to Iba aaMaMat if laid atcaaalaad kmttm mtt paMliaa fcr dtelribaliea afaaM estate, al which liMaadplaeaaai laaaidsatatoi caaaa, Ifaay thay hava, why aaid palHtea ahaald aal be Mlad aad ait accaaal abaaid aal be taltlad. a' rKA.D.Itn. LOIBTTA BOWMAN, Clerk By SIABON ANDBBSON, Depaty Clerk (SEAL) • • Ocit,t,IS,ltTt lllorp btirion MwrahKunsflor.ASIO LOOKUP! Traditionally, ceilings were considered an important part of a decorating plan. Colonial Americans used exposed wooden beams. Later generations favored plaster over the beams. The French and Italians considered elaborate, painted ceilings very fashionable in the eighteenth century, and the English preferred plaster decorations overhead. Contemporary rooms can feature any of these styles plus some new ideas which would have made our founding fathers' beads spin. Let's consider mirror. If your taste, decor, and bank book can take it. a mirrored ceiling can enlarge a small bathroom or foyer, turn a bedroom into a palace, and make a walk-in closet look like an elegant dressing room. For a more traditional kwk. use squares, rectangles or hexagons or mirror with beveled edges. For a more modem ML, larger sheets of mirror butted up to one another, works better. Inatallation is moet important when working with mirrora because it'i so heavy. On some jobs, glaziers will recommend mirrors made of Plexiglas rather than regular glass because it's much lighter in weight But it'a also more coatlv than glasa. For a dinette which is auffering from the blahs, try tenting the ceiling with fabric and hang a chandelier from the center. What a striking setting this couki be with the right fabric and lightioc! W?^^. INCENTIVES FROM FORD TO US. ARE MAKING THIS EMEMBER ... LAS VEGAS IS FRIENDLY F^RD ,COUNTRY!l r .--'— ". • • :"" FUTURA IMMEDIATE DELIVERYI FAST. FRIENDLY ON THE SPOT LFINANCINGI SAVE HUNDREDS! MAND NEW 1979 PINTO Z DOOR 2.3 Litre overhead Cam 4 (^llnder engine, 4 speed transmission, rack & pimon steering, buckets, mini con'sole. t)odyslde moldings, radial WSW tires, dual sport mirrors, deluxe wheel covers, tint glass, deluxe bumper group, electric rear defroster. AM radio, brighl frames, "America's No 1 Selling Economy ChampI" No. 4002 I 3866 BRAND NEW 1979 RESTA "HATCHIACX' "FRONT WNEa DRIVE" 16 Litre transverse mounted 4 Cylinder engine, fully synchronized, 4 speed transmission. MacPfterson strut front suspension, rack & pinion steering, front disc brakes, Michelin tires, bucket seats, fold down rear seat, AM radio, tint glass, heavy duty cooling, alt & battery, "A European Success Story" No. 3642 4566 BRAND NEW 1979 •FUTURA" 2.3 Litre engine, automatic transmission, power steering, power front disc brakes, Air conditioning, AM radio, tint alass, cloth trim, radial WSW tires, deluxe bumper group, dual remote mirrors, rocker panel moldings, wide bodyside moldings, deluxe wheel covers, accent paint stripes, "The Futura Is Now" No. 4232 $ 5166 BRAND NEW 1979 MUSTANG 2 DOOR 23 Litre engine, automatic transmission, power steering, power front disc brakes. Air conditioning, AM radio, interior accent group. Tach, Temp, Oil & Alt gauges, tint glass, dual remote mirrors, vinyl roof, pin stripes, cloth & vinyl buckets radial WSW tires, (4) turbine wheel covers, rocker panel moldinos, wide bodyside moldings. "The All New Economy Breed" No 4034 *5766 BRAND NEW 1979 GRANADA 2 DOOR 250 CIO 6 Cylinder engine, automatic transmission, power steering, power front disc brakes. Air conditioning. AM radio, deluxe bumper group, tint glass, deluxe belts, dual siwrt mirrors, cut pile carpet, cloth trim, vinyl roof, paint stripes. OR78x14 radial WSWs, deluxe wheel covers, rocker moldings, bodyside moldings, opera windows. "Elegant Styling No. 2842 *5866 BRAND NEW 1979 FORD LTD 2 DOOR V8 engine. Automatic Transmission, power steering, power front disc brakes, LTD sound package, ixwer veni system, fliaht bench seat, deluxe belts. Air conditioning, AM radio with rear speakers. Exterior accent group, tint glass, dual remote nurrors, wire wheel covers. FR78x14 WSWradials, deluxe bumper group, rocker panel moldinos, vinyl roof paint stripes. "The All New Downsized Re-Engineered Fuel Efficient Car Of The 80 s" No. 2569 6566 FRIENDLY FORD IS HOME OF THE DISCOUNTED LEASE EVERY LEASE DISCOUNTED !! STILL... ONE OF THE LARGEST NEW CAR AND TRUCK INVENTORIES IN AMERICA TODAY! DOLLAR FOR YOUR TRADE (PAID FOR OR NOT!) YOUR EQUITY WILL PROBABLY fi'mWillin '\ DOWN J PAYMENTI 1979F0MiTHUNDER8IRD Vinyl top, V8, Air conditioning. Power steering & brakes, automatic, speed control, tilt, interior decor, exterior decor, AM/FM stereo, door locks, rallye wheels and bunches more. No 38*. 78 M73 tin Tt pv MM |IB ti hr N Miai Opt kw OK. Ill MM tmm iawlh ttptSt CirMoi wt tHN MM ma ttlOO OWr ClMHoiM'tf SSM. TM K MMI ttU3 n EMaM tall • tr: • tin H al Mm rilM par Mr U iiljiti It iiilieilli dwm ta Ci—ifHH 1979 FORD F250 PICKUP 6900 GVW, V8. automatic, Power steering & brakes. Air conditioning, tilt, gauges, auxiliary ext oil cooler. AM radio, and a whole bunch more. No. 2334. *154 45 •w. tlMWfvwAkrUi CM tim MM ntn KoST OWnra IMOO TM K piiMili tl(13 UeuM tai I IIIM ini eiiiH4MiiuMiiMiiiniiiism • Ml pv (W LIUM HMM U mlMt MM ifptaMttNM mCm• mm mu Mr 1979 FORD F150 PICKUP 6150 GVW. V6 engine, power steering, power brakes. Air conditioning. Automatic.. Ranger, gauges, auxiliary oil cooler, AM radio, tinted glass and much more No. 1789 $ 149*^ tut II p* Mlt pU M lir 41 • •( tm ml tut etc mpinMtiMH te rtinpifii7> CifiWii TRUCKS NEVADA'S "OFFICIAL" TRUCK HEADQUARTERS :^.^\ ic^oj i NEW 79 TRUCKS 13 4 -r OVER 50 tmmi ti .-a• sniimiTioR TO K Tii ijy^iBrr WME FORD DEALER Hi TISim... ma mm YOUR DIAU Akk L£Fr-OVEIl 1979 Cm iiWrnH 5579" USEJ CARSf 76 CHEVY "IMPAUIWA60N'' V8 Automatic Air, power steerino, power brakes, roof luggage rack. WSW, Radio, durable labric interior bodysideprotectlon "Looks & Runs Great No. 396M WAS I3SM MUST SELL ^fiflfl 76 FORD "GRANADA 6Hr 2 DR vs. Automatic, Air, Power steering ft brakes, vinyl top. AM/FM cassette tape, WSWradials, flight bench seat. No. 4372A WAS tSSM MUST SELL i29ifi 78 FORO-FAIRMONT'WAGON 6 Cylinder, Automatic, Air. Power steerino ft Drakes, roof luggage rack, WSW, turbine wheel covers, accent striping, rear window wiper, "Excellent Condition" No. 4044A WAS t4tM MUST SELJ^ MIM 77F0R0"PINT0"WA60N 4 cyt. 4 speed, power steering, air. AM radio, 8 track tape player, buckets, WSW, fold down rear seat "Excellent Condition ft Economical' No. 3428A WAS lUtS MUST SELL !29i8 77OIRY81ER--C0IID0IA'' V8 automatic air, power steering, power brakes, power windows, leather vinyl top, radial WSW "Low Low Miles" "Must See This Car" No. 139M WAS tSIM MUST SELL !39lfi 77 DODGE MONACO" 4 OR V8, Automatic, Power steering, WSW, radw, vinyl top. wide bodyside protection, "Low Low Miles ft Clean" No. R934A WAStMN MUST SEU (2688 W( SELL M lEST .. WHOLESALE TMEREST! JUST A S4MPU orsM NUtE INVENTOIT! TRADE INS FROM THIS GIGANTIC SALE ARE FLOODING OUR LOTI HUNDREDS OF USED CARS AND THJCKS ON SALE NOWl 770L08"CUTIASS''2DR V8. Automatic. Air, Power steerino & brakes, AM/FM 8 track, vinyl top, luxurious cloth interior, tilt, cruise, power windows, new WSW, "Looks Sharp. Runs Great" No P349S WAS I47M MUST SELL ^3981 77 DODGE "DIPLOMATS OR V8, Automatic, Air, Power steering ft brakes, vinyl top, luxurious fabric Interior, WSW. tilt & cruise, "Just The Right Size" No 3790A ^ WAS $4*M W MUST SELL *3i8£ 75 FORO "GRAN TORINO ELITE" 2 DR V8. Automatic, Air, Power steering ft brakes, vinyl top, radial WSW. bodyside protection, tilt wheel, "Excellent Condition" No. R900B ^ WAS ISMS W MUST SELL '2588 76 MERCURY "COUGAR XR7" 2 DR V8. Automatic, Air, Power steering & brakes, vinyl top AM/FM 8 track, rallye wheels, TA radials. buckets, console, "Sharpest In Town" No. 3343A WAS t47< MUST SELL !398& -73 TOYOTA "CORONA" 4 ON WON 4 Cylinder, Automatic, Air. Fold down rear seat, "Excellent Condition Must See This Car" No. 4155A 77 CHEVY "MALIBU CLASSIC" 4 DR V8 automatic, air, power steering, power brakes. WSW. AM/FM stereo, wide bodyside protection "Low Low Miles' No J044A ssMai *3488 ';gMt-HMilCT~iHlirUIIUT 6 cyl, automatic, air, power steering, power brakes, luggage rack, rallye wheels. WSW, AM/FM, split seat. "Looks ft Runs Great" No 3908A WAS $3S9S MUST SELL '2788 78 FORD-FAIRMONT-4 DR V8 automatic air, power steering, power brakes, vinyl top, accent stripe, radio, bodyside protection "Excel ent" No P3485 WAS t429S MUST SELL '3488 -78F0flD-FAnM0NT'4DR V8 automatic, air. power steering, power brakes, accent stripe bodyside protection "Super Sharp' No. P34M *3488 WAS $429S MUST SELL -74 OLDS "CUSTOM CRUISEX" WAGON V8 automatic air. power steering, power brakes, power seat power windows, root luggage rack, tilt "(treat Family Transportafion' No. 3328A WAS tllN MUST StU 1588 '78 FOm-PINTO" RUNANUT 4 Cylinder, Automatic. AIR, WSW tirei. custom interior and exterior, radio, "Super Shape a EconomlctI" No 4223A WAS t3MS MUST SELL '32M WAS I22t( MUST SELL IMS -77AMC"GREMUN"20R 6 cyl automatic, air, power steering. Lev! interior, steel radial, WSW "Excellent Economical' No 3884A WAS ssm MUST SELL i32afi •75 "PINTO SflUIHE WAGON4 cyl. automatic, air, power steering, custom interior, ft excellent luggage racv new WSW. radio "Low Low Miles & Sharp" No 3842A WAS $31SS MUST SELL '2588 '77 FORD "LTD 11" 4 DR SQUIRE WGN V8. Automatic. Air, Power steering ft biakes, radio, WSW, excellent condition. Perfect Family Wagon" No. P3493 *3188 WAS t419S MUST SELL -75 "PINTO" WAGON V6 automatic, power steerino, power brakes, buckets, luggage rack, radio, i bodyside protection, accent stripping, i WSW, radio "Excellent Condition" No 3481A WAS $3295 MUST SELL '2888 73 OLDS "CUSTOM CRUISER W6N" V8, Automatic. Air. Power steering ft brakes, roof luggage rack, power windows, and seat, AM/FM stereo, till, cruise, luxurious fabric interior, WSW, "Excellent Condition" No. 3967B SM]. TRUCK SPECIALS -77 FORO TISO" PICKUP vs. Automatic. Air, Power steering ft braxes. AM/FM cassette, rallye wheels ft raised white letter tires, super deluxe interior, custom accent striping, "Must See Tills Truck" No. 2590AT -78F0RD"RANCNER0"GT V8, Automatic, Air, Power steering ft brakes power windows, split power seat, till, cruise, AM/FM 8 track, "Loaded ft Sharp" No. 2452AT ^_ -^j^ WAS $6195 9R^III| MUST SELL lltWU '74 FORD "FIDO" PICKUP V8 Automatic. Air, Power steering, new WSW tires, mag wheel covers, dual tanks. tie downs "txcellent Condition" No 3752AT WAS $3195 W MUST SELL '2488 WAS t199S MUST SELL 1488 WAS tS99S MUST SELL '4988 -77DATSUN"B210"2DR 4 cyl 4 speed. AM/FM cassette, buckets new WSW. bodyside protection, accent stripe "Economical ft Sharp" No. 3969A WAS t399S MUST SELL 13188 -78F0flD-'RANCHER0" VS. Automatic. Air, Power steering ft brakes, rallye wheels, raised white letter ti'es, tilt wheel, radio, accent pin stripes, • LooKin Tough" No 3852AT WAS $M9S MUST SELL '76DATSUN--B210"4DR 4 cyl. 4 speed, air. buckets, mag wheel covers, radio, bodysideprotectlon, accent stripping Qean Car" No 4200A WAS t339S MUST SELL MM '75 FORD "F100" PICKUP V8, 4 speed transmission. Air, Camper Shell with boot, new WSW tires, radio, knitted vinyl seat, "Excellent Condition" No 4061 AT WAS $3695 MUST SELL '2888 -76 FORD-E1S0" CONVERSION VAN V8. Automatic. Air, Power steering ft brakes, AM/FM stereo. Captains chairs, flares, rallye wheels. RWL tires, sink ft ice box. bed carpeting ft panelling, root rack. roof vent port holes, spare tire ft carrier, custom paint ft striping, "Sharp" No R914BT t^^AA WAS $9495 9R^MR MUST SELL l"ffUU -79RANCHER0SO0 5 0 Litre engine, automatic transmission, power steerino ft brakes. Air conditioning, tinted glass. Only a Few Lett Better Hurry, No. 3069 WAS $7467.50 $ aOStOUT PHICt '79 F150 CUSTOM 5 8 Litre engine, automatic transmission, power steering, gauges, auxiliary fuel tank, super coonnQ, AM radio, step bumper, tint glass. No 1760 WAS $749696 $RRQR70 CLOSiOUT PRICE UUuU -79 F150 CUSTOM 5 8 Litre engine, automatic transmission, power steering, gauges, auxiliary fuel tank, super coo/ing. AM radio, step bumper, tinted glass. No, 1750 WAS $749696 SIlflQfl^O aOStOUT PRICE vUuM -79 F150 CUSTOM 7,5 Litre engine, automatic transmission, power steering, gauges, radio, hnted glass, step bumper, low mount mirrors, extra cooling, No. 2581 WAS $7576 32 $1 Cl OSEOUT PRICE -79RANCHER0500 5 0 Litre engine, automatic transmission, Air conditioning, power steering ft brakes, tinted glass, positively The Last Of A Great Breed. No 3474 WAS $7667 03 $1 CLOSEOUT PRICE '5679' '5769" -79 F150 CUSTOM 5 0 Litre engine, automatic transmission, power steering. Air conditioning, gauges. tinted glass, step bumper, low mount mirrors. No 3344 WAS $7736 17 $ CLOSEOUT PRICE 5773' -79 F100 CUSTOM Explorer Package. 5 0 litre engine automatic transmission. Air conditioning. power steering ft brakes, tilt whee. gauges, step bumper, WSW tires. No. 2845 WAS $7700 46 ClOSEOUT PRICE $ 5779 82 '79 FIDO CUSTOM 5.0 Litre engine, automatic transmission. Air conditioning, power steering. AM radio, tinted glass, super cooling, step bumper, mirrors. No, 3604 WAS $76(8 83 $1 ClOSEOUT PRICE '5779 90 *2788 • 78FORD"F100"FLARESIDE 6 Cv'n^er. 3 speed transmission, AM/FM stereo 8 track, white Tachomas ft RWL tires, accent pin striping, "Lookin Good" No P3473AT -79 Fl 50 CUSTOM Explorer package, 5.0 Litre engine, automatic transmission, tilt wheel, power steering, gauges, tinted glass, step bumper, extra cooling. No 2781 ^5799*' WAS $7443 20 aOSEOUT PRICE -77 FORO-LTD SQUIRE WAGON" 9 passanger, V8 automatic, air. power steering, power brakes, squire option luggage rack, split power seat, power windows, dura weave Interior, tilt, cruise. AM/FM 8 track "Just About Everything and Immaculate" No 3863A WAS $5295 MUST SELL 4788 WAS $5295 MUST SELL '4288 -78 E3S0 PARCEL DELIVERY VAN V8. Automatic. Power steering, 14 Ft Box, "Less Than 16,000 Miles" So. P 77F0R0'-F150"4x4 V8, Automatic. Air, Power steering ft' b'akes. Lock out hubs. AM/FM 8 track C8, Chrome spoke wheels & raised white letter tires, "LOOKS & Runs Great" No 4065AT WAS $19S MUST SELL '5488 -79 FIDO CUSTOM 5,0 Litre engine, automatic transmission. Air conditioning, power steering, power fc'Kes. gauges, tinted glass, step bumper, Ov.-n nujks. No 3771 WAS $7751 31 ClOSEOUT PRICE '5835" WAS $M5 MUST SELL $ S6M -78 FORO E350CAi CHASSIS With 12 Van Body, V8, Automat' Air, Power steering. New tires. No R957T WAS $5988 79 F100 CUSTOM 5 0 Litre engine automatic transmission. Air conditioning power steering, power brakes, gauges imied glass, step bumper ft more No 3741 WAS $7751 3t aOSEOUT PMCE '5835" -76 DODGE-CHARGER" V8 automatic air. power steering, power brakes, tilt wheel leather accent stripping wide body wJe wotecllon, turbine wheel covers "Super Sharp Car" No. 1879 A wAsims MUST SELL !31M JWJMJjJJg^ VSff" • li y^jHSi*^ 1\li tl>MH# K 666 N. DECATUR PH. 870-7221 WT n WESTEM NMN KTWOII EIPMSSWAY t NASNINfiTON • SAUS NOMtS iJI-1i HtN.-MT. • PRICIS BOOO THRU OCT. 11. lITt ""Proof igain...Nfibfldy beats A Friendly Ford deal!'' NIVAA't LAR9IST VOLUMI MALIRII' lONUS SISJKT T9 riM $U m UUSTU y:r^ y..^ yi^ y.-^t < x-^ yi,t i/Ci^. y^iu" • • yCi^'. aw 'y'^.t "i^ y^^) JW^^^^V >Srf^C^> f'^^' C^> C^^ C^^ r;>Si^, (f;^" ^ afcT,:;?j.-=; ^^ ik^^tMM

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H >. ^I H I I H ^^mtmrn^mmm^mm Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Page The National President of the Ladies Aur.iliary of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States, Vona Houtz of Roosevelt, Utah, made her official visit to the VFW Auxiliary in Nevada last weekend. She was greeted at thf airport by the State Presi1\lational VFW Auxiiary Head Visits' dent. Sylvia Phillips. Las Vegas; National Council Member District -#17, Phyllis Zander. Henderson; State Commander. Woodie Rainbolt, Las Vegas, and many other state officers of the auxiliary and VFW. Greeting Mrs. Houtz were State NOTKE NOTICE is hereby given that a Public Hearing will be held by the Regional TransporUtion Commission of Clark County in the City of North Las Vegas Council Chambers. 2200 Civic Center Drive, on October U, 1979, at 9:00 a.m. for the purpose of soliciting comments on the following proposed project: REOPfNED PUBLIC HEARINC SUNSnMAO EASTERN AVENUE--MOUNTAM VISTA New construction and reconstruction consisting of pavement, traffic control devices, drainage facilities, curb, gutter, sidewalk and street lights to provide four (4) travel lanes was previously proposed and discussed at a Public Hearing held on .August 9. 1979. The Public Hearing is being reopened at the request of the Board of County Commissioners to reconsider the project as adopted on .\ugust 9, 1979. For additional information concerning this proposed project, contact the Regional Transportation Commission of Clark County located at 230 Las Vegas Boulevard South or call 386-4481. RICHARD J. RONZONE Chairman (Sept. 18, Oct. 4, 9, 1979) • '" • w^^m^ A lOrOF USED CAR t^D EAlSl HI-WAY AUTO 101 E. LAKE MEAD, HENDERSON (LAKE MEAD & BOULDEH HWY.) PHONE 565-0737 "NO REASONAIU OffHt MFUSO" Wfl TAg GUB ON CONSICNIIIBIT •70 TOYOTA 4 Door, a beauty 11199 •73 FORD PICKVP A Steal for |109 '70 MAVERICK Economy plus $999 •74 BUCK REGAL Hardtop $1499 •73 PLYMOUTH SCAMP Gas Saver J1599 •73 DODGE WGN. A Buy ......11199 •74 FIAT 124 4 door. Economy pint 1...I1599 •74 FORD P.U. A Steal „.„ $1899 •74 T-BIRD A buy $2291 74 CAD SEDAN DEVILLE Nice...$1999 •74 PINTO 2 dr., economy $1699 '75 CMC Sierra PICKUP New motor $2499 •72 MERC MONTEGO Nice Car $1099 '69 OLDS CUTLASS COUPE A Buy $599 •72 OLDS CUTLASS COUPE Sharp $1099 •69 FORD HTP Sharp $899 •61 CHEVY P.U. A Steal $799 •68 DODGECAMPER Nice $1799 WE BUY CARS & TRUCKS FOR CASH "WE CARRY CONTRACTS" HI-WAY AUTO /P^ ^''4^^A 1L ^ STARTS WED. 1-WEEK Oa. 10 thra 16th ARE VOU READY FOR THE SUMMER? ARE VCXJ READY FORA GOOD TIME? From the Co-Pioducn dl -Nattond I niANIMAlHOOSEBia MURRAY. MUMOllTtLf I ^ \'AV.^^^.^ V T \ W^ nV NIGHTLY SUN. THRU THUR8. AT l:M P.lt. SHOWS EVERY FRI. ft SAT. AT 7 A • P.M. BtATTNEE. EVERY SAT. k SUN. AT 2:M P.M. f/iDULTS I2.M CHILDREN $1.M; EVERY SUNDAY 8.M P.M. SENIOR CTIZENS ADMISSION ONE DOLLAR Senior Vice President, Rosemary Dehls, Reno; State Chaplain. Margaret Usnick, Femiey State Treasurer, Irene Ackerman, North Las Vegas; State Secretary. Mickey Rainbolt, Las Vegas:'&tate Chief of Staff, Grethel Gillam, Las Vegas; ^District §2 President. Millie Mixer. Caliente; District US President, Dell Hummer, Las Vegas; • Past Nevada State Presidents Jeanne Shipley, Gertrude Caldwell, Lee Ayres of Reno, and Marian Johnson of Femiey; Past-State Commanders Joel Zander, Henderson; Claude Shipley, Reno, and other members. Activities during her visit included a tour of Nellis AFB. lunch at the NCO Club, a visit to Hoover Dam. and participating in the patriotic program as a distinfiuishNAIIUNAL FKfcS. Greeting the National President of tbe Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the U. S. as she arrived at McCArran International Airport in Las Vegas, Sept. 30th: L to R are Phyllis Zander, Jr. Past State President of Nevada and now National Council Member for District No. 17; Vona Houtz, National President of the Ladies Aux. to VFW; Sylvia Phillips, State President VFW Aux. for Nevada; State Commander, Woodie Rainbolt. CONSTITUTION WEEK • At the Patriotic Program recogniiing CMistitation WeelK, held at the Las Vegas Convention Center, spooMred by the Sons and Daughters of the American Revolution: L to R: Sylvia Phillips, Nevada state President VFW Auxiliary; Jim Sant^ni, Nevada Congressman, U.S. House of Representatives; Vona Houtx, National President, Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United SUtes. At Patriotic Program, L to R: Elder Ezra Taft Benson, a General Authority of the LDS Church and main speaker at the program, Mrs. Benson, Judge John Mowbray, and Vona Houtz, National President Ladies Aux. VFW. NEVADA FIRST THRIFT Annual Yield 7.281% SAVINGS PASSBOOKS DAILY INTEREST ANY AMOUNT Accounts open by 12th any month earn from 1st. Annual Rate 7%. 6 MONTHS T-BiLL+ 11.133% •YIELD 10.602% >"E EffecUve nn October 10 INTEREST PAID MONTHLY 6 MONTHS $10,000 or MORE 'ANNUAL ASSETS OVER $30,000,000.00 .. L0C4LLV OKVNfD 4ND OPERATED BY NEVADANS... NEVADA FIRST r • ;^ • ""'"""*"' HENDERSON • 65 W Lake Mead Df • 565-6987 LAS VEGAS • 415 E Carson 382-6162 LAS VEGAS • 1566 6 Flamingo • 7312040 LAS VEGAS • WesiiandMaii • 4719 W. Charleston • 878-1148 RENO SPARKS CARSON ClTV ELKO ELY. WINNf MUCCA FAUON @ NEVADA'S OLDEST and LARGESTed guest which was held at the Convention Center, Sunday evening, under the sponsorship of the Sons and Daughters of the American Revolution. While at the program, Mrs. Houtz was introI duced to Congressman Jim Santini, Nvada Supreme Court Chieft Justice Judge John Mowibray. Principal speaker ai the program was former U.S. Secretary of Agriculture, Ezra Taft Benson, also from Utah. Mrs. Houtz instituted and installed a new Junior Girls Unit at the Fred S. Pennington #1753 Post, sponsored by the Pennington Auxiliary. Advisors to the unit are Shirley Lindsey, President of ^1753 Pennington Auxiliary and the Senior Vice President. Donna Carter. National President Houtz gave the young ladies an inspiring welcome and presented the new Jr. Girls President. Diane Steffens, with her gavel. Thalia Dondero, Clark County Commissioner, presented Mrs. Houtz with a framed proclamation, stating this was "Vona Houtz Day" in Qark County and extended greetings from the City of Las Vegas and Clark County. On Monday. October 1. President Houtz was the guest of honor at the institution and installation of a new Post, royal Ridge ^10469, which was -instituted and installed by State Commander Woodie Rainbolt. After the official ceremonies, Mrs. Houtz apoke to the gathering on her "Soar....Reach Out.... Serve America" patriotic and service programs. She also emphasized the need for all VFW members to be alert and keep in touch with their legislators ^nd advise them of the tieed for veterans care and servic es that the government wants to cut back. She spoke about thePAC (Political Action Committee) that was just formed by action of the VFW National Convention in New Orleans, and urged participation and support of this committee by all our members. Completing her visit to Nevada, Mrs. Houtz is continuing her many travels throughout the nation, Europe and Asia. As National President, she visits every state, and overseas auxiliaries, encouraging and assisting the over 620,000 auxiliary members who consistently work for our Country's good. TIPS TO HELP YOU If your flooring it driving you up the wll, thee hints may help you take a step in the right direction. For looki, consider the artiitic appeal of an emboiaed vinyl flooring. Emboaaing achieve* a threedimenaional detign laclcing in conventional linoleum— and it hide* underfloor irregularities. For durability, check the thickneti or strength of Uie wear layer of reiilient flooring. The wear layer alone will determiiM the floor's durability, according to Mannington Milla, Inc., • maker of sheet vinyl flooring. Other layers provide backing and cushioning. Tatday, October %, ItTI UGAl Nonas UGAl NOTKE • • the ligklk JieI> B. MAVBB. TIB CLOTUN6 WAIBIAVS. a Nevada trrantiMa, aad JOIN DOBS I Ifcraegh V.lMlMlva. Dalkadaat SUIOIONS TIB STATB OP NBVABA SENDS GKBBTINSS TO TIB ABOVENAMBO DBPBNDANT: Tea are btrsby lummtrntt aad retalred la aerve apa* BBLL. LBAVITT A 6UBN. CTD.. riaiatMrsaMaraay.wbaaaaMnaala Ml B. BrMgat, Laa Va^, Neva* aa aaawsf la Ike C sflaJH which la kerewilb •atvsd apaa yM. wMkla M 4ays lAw sarvka sf Ikia SaMMM apM yaa, asctaslTa f Ibe day *f aarvice. Ifywi Ml la da s*. JudgMBl by MMt will be Iskea agaiaal yaa Itr Ike relief teutmtt4 la tkc C* plitBt. • adtoadMaadswiag LOIBTTA BOWMAN, aerfc afCaut By lAiaiA PADILLA, Depair Clerfc (MAL) DATE :8cf4akerM.ll1> R-Oei t, It, a, M. Nev. •. ItTt la tbe Bighlb Jadicial DIalrirt Cawt sa.)a irir W.alilianafmtfcat Walar wlU be aaad kr irrlgaltaa parpaaea tnm Jaaaary lal la rllalifi Data if Rrtt yablleaUaa Sapt O. DatoaflaslpablicatiaBOel a,ltTt. Sigaed: WILLIAM J NEWMAN, PE. StatoBagiacer I Sept.. Ort. t, t, M. n. itn. NOTICE OP APPUCATION FOB PEIMISSION TO APPBOPBIATB TIE PUBLIC WATEB8 OF TBE STATE OP NEVADA Septoakar II, ItTt AppUcaUaa Na. I7tl4 Natiea is hereby ghaa thai aa tbe tub day af March int. Baraard Jaaaph af Laa Vegas, Stote if Nevada • ade applleallaa ta tke Suie Bagiaaar af Nevada ter penaliilaa to appraprlate M aaeead feel af tke pakilc waters af Ibe itote if Nevada. Diversiea is to be asde fTea aa aadergreaad learce it a pal at lacaied wilbla tbe NW>/. NWS, Sectiaa 4, T.I48., R.IIE., M.D.B. A M., ar at a paiat Area wbleb tbe m caraer af Sacliaa I, T.I4S. B.ME.. MD.B. a M bears N M'MIT W., i diitoaca ef S.IM ftei Water wUI be ased fsr Irrigillea parpasei fram Jaaaary 1st to Daceaber Jlit af eack year. Date af first paMicatiaB Sept. ItTt. Dato af UsI paklicaliaB Oct. S. ItTI. Signed: WILLIAM J. NEWMAN, P.E StotoBagloeer I • Sept. a. Oct. >. I, II. a. itn la tbe Eighlh Jadicial Dtotrid Caart af Iba Stote af Nava^ la aad Fbr Iba Caaaty af Qark nLBD SBPr.MIJtPMTt LOIRTA BOWMAN, CLEBK BTSIAIONANDEBBON Na.M la Iha MaHar af Ihe Estate af LaONAlO B. WILSON, SSL, NOTICE OP SBTTLBHBNT OP ACCOUNT. AND nABINO PimON FOB DOTBIBUTION OP BBTATE Nalice ia hereby givea thai LBONAID B. WILSON. Jl. Ihe Eiecalar af Iba Mlate if LBONABD B. WILSON. SB., dcceaaed, bw raadaiadaad p taat a telfccti WI a te sal. aad Nad ia said Caatt. hit Pint aad Flari aaeaaal af bia tlMliiiliillia if seM aattla; aad alaa hit paMllaa IK dlsMhaliaa af ssld attate; aad thai PHdv Iha Mb day af Octebar, A.D. ItTt, Mm • dtp af laal Saaalaa af MM Oiwt, al t-Jt a'deck A.M., al Iha Caarl Baaai af aaid Caart hi Iba CMy af LM Vagaa, la aaid dwfc Otaa^, kaa baaa Bsad by aaid CaaH to Iba aaMaMat if laid atcaaalaad kmttm mtt paMliaa fcr dtelribaliea afaaM estate, al which liMaadplaeaaai laaaidsatatoi caaaa, Ifaay thay hava, why aaid palHtea ahaald aal be Mlad aad ait accaaal abaaid aal be taltlad. a' rKA.D.Itn. LOIBTTA BOWMAN, Clerk By SIABON ANDBBSON, Depaty Clerk (SEAL) • • Ocit,t,IS,ltTt lllorp btirion MwrahKunsflor.ASIO LOOKUP! Traditionally, ceilings were considered an important part of a decorating plan. Colonial Americans used exposed wooden beams. Later generations favored plaster over the beams. The French and Italians considered elaborate, painted ceilings very fashionable in the eighteenth century, and the English preferred plaster decorations overhead. Contemporary rooms can feature any of these styles plus some new ideas which would have made our founding fathers' beads spin. Let's consider mirror. If your taste, decor, and bank book can take it. a mirrored ceiling can enlarge a small bathroom or foyer, turn a bedroom into a palace, and make a walk-in closet look like an elegant dressing room. For a more traditional kwk. use squares, rectangles or hexagons or mirror with beveled edges. For a more modem ML, larger sheets of mirror butted up to one another, works better. Inatallation is moet important when working with mirrora because it'i so heavy. On some jobs, glaziers will recommend mirrors made of Plexiglas rather than regular glass because it's much lighter in weight But it'a also more coatlv than glasa. For a dinette which is auffering from the blahs, try tenting the ceiling with fabric and hang a chandelier from the center. What a striking setting this couki be with the right fabric and lightioc! W?^^. INCENTIVES FROM FORD TO US. ARE MAKING THIS EMEMBER ... LAS VEGAS IS FRIENDLY F^RD ,COUNTRY!l r .--'— ". • • :"" FUTURA IMMEDIATE DELIVERYI FAST. FRIENDLY ON THE SPOT LFINANCINGI SAVE HUNDREDS! MAND NEW 1979 PINTO Z DOOR 2.3 Litre overhead Cam 4 (^llnder engine, 4 speed transmission, rack & pimon steering, buckets, mini con'sole. t)odyslde moldings, radial WSW tires, dual sport mirrors, deluxe wheel covers, tint glass, deluxe bumper group, electric rear defroster. AM radio, brighl frames, "America's No 1 Selling Economy ChampI" No. 4002 I 3866 BRAND NEW 1979 RESTA "HATCHIACX' "FRONT WNEa DRIVE" 16 Litre transverse mounted 4 Cylinder engine, fully synchronized, 4 speed transmission. MacPfterson strut front suspension, rack & pinion steering, front disc brakes, Michelin tires, bucket seats, fold down rear seat, AM radio, tint glass, heavy duty cooling, alt & battery, "A European Success Story" No. 3642 4566 BRAND NEW 1979 •FUTURA" 2.3 Litre engine, automatic transmission, power steering, power front disc brakes, Air conditioning, AM radio, tint alass, cloth trim, radial WSW tires, deluxe bumper group, dual remote mirrors, rocker panel moldings, wide bodyside moldings, deluxe wheel covers, accent paint stripes, "The Futura Is Now" No. 4232 $ 5166 BRAND NEW 1979 MUSTANG 2 DOOR 23 Litre engine, automatic transmission, power steering, power front disc brakes. Air conditioning, AM radio, interior accent group. Tach, Temp, Oil & Alt gauges, tint glass, dual remote mirrors, vinyl roof, pin stripes, cloth & vinyl buckets radial WSW tires, (4) turbine wheel covers, rocker panel moldinos, wide bodyside moldings. "The All New Economy Breed" No 4034 *5766 BRAND NEW 1979 GRANADA 2 DOOR 250 CIO 6 Cylinder engine, automatic transmission, power steering, power front disc brakes. Air conditioning. AM radio, deluxe bumper group, tint glass, deluxe belts, dual siwrt mirrors, cut pile carpet, cloth trim, vinyl roof, paint stripes. OR78x14 radial WSWs, deluxe wheel covers, rocker moldings, bodyside moldings, opera windows. "Elegant Styling No. 2842 *5866 BRAND NEW 1979 FORD LTD 2 DOOR V8 engine. Automatic Transmission, power steering, power front disc brakes, LTD sound package, ixwer veni system, fliaht bench seat, deluxe belts. Air conditioning, AM radio with rear speakers. Exterior accent group, tint glass, dual remote nurrors, wire wheel covers. FR78x14 WSWradials, deluxe bumper group, rocker panel moldinos, vinyl roof paint stripes. "The All New Downsized Re-Engineered Fuel Efficient Car Of The 80 s" No. 2569 6566 FRIENDLY FORD IS HOME OF THE DISCOUNTED LEASE EVERY LEASE DISCOUNTED !! STILL... ONE OF THE LARGEST NEW CAR AND TRUCK INVENTORIES IN AMERICA TODAY! DOLLAR FOR YOUR TRADE (PAID FOR OR NOT!) YOUR EQUITY WILL PROBABLY fi'mWillin '\ DOWN J PAYMENTI 1979F0MiTHUNDER8IRD Vinyl top, V8, Air conditioning. Power steering & brakes, automatic, speed control, tilt, interior decor, exterior decor, AM/FM stereo, door locks, rallye wheels and bunches more. No 38*. 78 M73 tin Tt pv MM |IB ti hr N Miai Opt kw OK. Ill MM tmm iawlh ttptSt CirMoi wt tHN MM ma ttlOO OWr ClMHoiM'tf SSM. TM K MMI ttU3 n EMaM tall • tr: • tin H al Mm rilM par Mr U iiljiti It iiilieilli dwm ta Ci—ifHH 1979 FORD F250 PICKUP 6900 GVW, V8. automatic, Power steering & brakes. Air conditioning, tilt, gauges, auxiliary ext oil cooler. AM radio, and a whole bunch more. No. 2334. *154 45 •w. tlMWfvwAkrUi CM tim MM ntn KoST OWnra IMOO TM K piiMili tl(13 UeuM tai I IIIM ini eiiiH4MiiuMiiMiiiniiiism • Ml pv (W LIUM HMM U mlMt MM ifptaMttNM mCm• mm mu Mr 1979 FORD F150 PICKUP 6150 GVW. V6 engine, power steering, power brakes. Air conditioning. Automatic.. Ranger, gauges, auxiliary oil cooler, AM radio, tinted glass and much more No. 1789 $ 149*^ tut II p* Mlt pU M lir 41 • •( tm ml tut etc mpinMtiMH te rtinpifii7> CifiWii TRUCKS NEVADA'S "OFFICIAL" TRUCK HEADQUARTERS :^.^\ ic^oj i NEW 79 TRUCKS 13 4 -r OVER 50 tmmi ti .-a• sniimiTioR TO K Tii ijy^iBrr WME FORD DEALER Hi TISim... ma mm YOUR DIAU Akk L£Fr-OVEIl 1979 Cm iiWrnH 5579" USEJ CARSf 76 CHEVY "IMPAUIWA60N'' V8 Automatic Air, power steerino, power brakes, roof luggage rack. WSW, Radio, durable labric interior bodysideprotectlon "Looks & Runs Great No. 396M WAS I3SM MUST SELL ^fiflfl 76 FORD "GRANADA 6Hr 2 DR vs. Automatic, Air, Power steering ft brakes, vinyl top. AM/FM cassette tape, WSWradials, flight bench seat. No. 4372A WAS tSSM MUST SELL i29ifi 78 FORO-FAIRMONT'WAGON 6 Cylinder, Automatic, Air. Power steerino ft Drakes, roof luggage rack, WSW, turbine wheel covers, accent striping, rear window wiper, "Excellent Condition" No. 4044A WAS t4tM MUST SELJ^ MIM 77F0R0"PINT0"WA60N 4 cyt. 4 speed, power steering, air. AM radio, 8 track tape player, buckets, WSW, fold down rear seat "Excellent Condition ft Economical' No. 3428A WAS lUtS MUST SELL !29i8 77OIRY81ER--C0IID0IA'' V8 automatic air, power steering, power brakes, power windows, leather vinyl top, radial WSW "Low Low Miles" "Must See This Car" No. 139M WAS tSIM MUST SELL !39lfi 77 DODGE MONACO" 4 OR V8, Automatic, Power steering, WSW, radw, vinyl top. wide bodyside protection, "Low Low Miles ft Clean" No. R934A WAStMN MUST SEU (2688 W( SELL M lEST .. WHOLESALE TMEREST! JUST A S4MPU orsM NUtE INVENTOIT! TRADE INS FROM THIS GIGANTIC SALE ARE FLOODING OUR LOTI HUNDREDS OF USED CARS AND THJCKS ON SALE NOWl 770L08"CUTIASS''2DR V8. Automatic. Air, Power steerino & brakes, AM/FM 8 track, vinyl top, luxurious cloth interior, tilt, cruise, power windows, new WSW, "Looks Sharp. Runs Great" No P349S WAS I47M MUST SELL ^3981 77 DODGE "DIPLOMATS OR V8, Automatic, Air, Power steering ft brakes, vinyl top, luxurious fabric Interior, WSW. tilt & cruise, "Just The Right Size" No 3790A ^ WAS $4*M W MUST SELL *3i8£ 75 FORO "GRAN TORINO ELITE" 2 DR V8. Automatic, Air, Power steering ft brakes, vinyl top, radial WSW. bodyside protection, tilt wheel, "Excellent Condition" No. R900B ^ WAS ISMS W MUST SELL '2588 76 MERCURY "COUGAR XR7" 2 DR V8. Automatic, Air, Power steering & brakes, vinyl top AM/FM 8 track, rallye wheels, TA radials. buckets, console, "Sharpest In Town" No. 3343A WAS t47< MUST SELL !398& -73 TOYOTA "CORONA" 4 ON WON 4 Cylinder, Automatic, Air. Fold down rear seat, "Excellent Condition Must See This Car" No. 4155A 77 CHEVY "MALIBU CLASSIC" 4 DR V8 automatic, air, power steering, power brakes. WSW. AM/FM stereo, wide bodyside protection "Low Low Miles' No J044A ssMai *3488 ';gMt-HMilCT~iHlirUIIUT 6 cyl, automatic, air, power steering, power brakes, luggage rack, rallye wheels. WSW, AM/FM, split seat. "Looks ft Runs Great" No 3908A WAS $3S9S MUST SELL '2788 78 FORD-FAIRMONT-4 DR V8 automatic air, power steering, power brakes, vinyl top, accent stripe, radio, bodyside protection "Excel ent" No P3485 WAS t429S MUST SELL '3488 -78F0flD-FAnM0NT'4DR V8 automatic, air. power steering, power brakes, accent stripe bodyside protection "Super Sharp' No. P34M *3488 WAS $429S MUST SELL -74 OLDS "CUSTOM CRUISEX" WAGON V8 automatic air. power steering, power brakes, power seat power windows, root luggage rack, tilt "(treat Family Transportafion' No. 3328A WAS tllN MUST StU 1588 '78 FOm-PINTO" RUNANUT 4 Cylinder, Automatic. AIR, WSW tirei. custom interior and exterior, radio, "Super Shape a EconomlctI" No 4223A WAS t3MS MUST SELL '32M WAS I22t( MUST SELL IMS -77AMC"GREMUN"20R 6 cyl automatic, air, power steering. Lev! interior, steel radial, WSW "Excellent Economical' No 3884A WAS ssm MUST SELL i32afi •75 "PINTO SflUIHE WAGON4 cyl. automatic, air, power steering, custom interior, ft excellent luggage racv new WSW. radio "Low Low Miles & Sharp" No 3842A WAS $31SS MUST SELL '2588 '77 FORD "LTD 11" 4 DR SQUIRE WGN V8. Automatic. Air, Power steering ft biakes, radio, WSW, excellent condition. Perfect Family Wagon" No. P3493 *3188 WAS t419S MUST SELL -75 "PINTO" WAGON V6 automatic, power steerino, power brakes, buckets, luggage rack, radio, i bodyside protection, accent stripping, i WSW, radio "Excellent Condition" No 3481A WAS $3295 MUST SELL '2888 73 OLDS "CUSTOM CRUISER W6N" V8, Automatic. Air. Power steering ft brakes, roof luggage rack, power windows, and seat, AM/FM stereo, till, cruise, luxurious fabric interior, WSW, "Excellent Condition" No. 3967B SM]. TRUCK SPECIALS -77 FORO TISO" PICKUP vs. Automatic. Air, Power steering ft braxes. AM/FM cassette, rallye wheels ft raised white letter tires, super deluxe interior, custom accent striping, "Must See Tills Truck" No. 2590AT -78F0RD"RANCNER0"GT V8, Automatic, Air, Power steering ft brakes power windows, split power seat, till, cruise, AM/FM 8 track, "Loaded ft Sharp" No. 2452AT ^_ -^j^ WAS $6195 9R^III| MUST SELL lltWU '74 FORD "FIDO" PICKUP V8 Automatic. Air, Power steering, new WSW tires, mag wheel covers, dual tanks. tie downs "txcellent Condition" No 3752AT WAS $3195 W MUST SELL '2488 WAS t199S MUST SELL 1488 WAS tS99S MUST SELL '4988 -77DATSUN"B210"2DR 4 cyl 4 speed. AM/FM cassette, buckets new WSW. bodyside protection, accent stripe "Economical ft Sharp" No. 3969A WAS t399S MUST SELL 13188 -78F0flD-'RANCHER0" VS. Automatic. Air, Power steering ft brakes, rallye wheels, raised white letter ti'es, tilt wheel, radio, accent pin stripes, • LooKin Tough" No 3852AT WAS $M9S MUST SELL '76DATSUN--B210"4DR 4 cyl. 4 speed, air. buckets, mag wheel covers, radio, bodysideprotectlon, accent stripping Qean Car" No 4200A WAS t339S MUST SELL MM '75 FORD "F100" PICKUP V8, 4 speed transmission. Air, Camper Shell with boot, new WSW tires, radio, knitted vinyl seat, "Excellent Condition" No 4061 AT WAS $3695 MUST SELL '2888 -76 FORD-E1S0" CONVERSION VAN V8. Automatic. Air, Power steering ft brakes, AM/FM stereo. Captains chairs, flares, rallye wheels. RWL tires, sink ft ice box. bed carpeting ft panelling, root rack. roof vent port holes, spare tire ft carrier, custom paint ft striping, "Sharp" No R914BT t^^AA WAS $9495 9R^MR MUST SELL l"ffUU -79RANCHER0SO0 5 0 Litre engine, automatic transmission, power steerino ft brakes. Air conditioning, tinted glass. Only a Few Lett Better Hurry, No. 3069 WAS $7467.50 $ aOStOUT PHICt '79 F150 CUSTOM 5 8 Litre engine, automatic transmission, power steering, gauges, auxiliary fuel tank, super coonnQ, AM radio, step bumper, tint glass. No 1760 WAS $749696 $RRQR70 CLOSiOUT PRICE UUuU -79 F150 CUSTOM 5 8 Litre engine, automatic transmission, power steering, gauges, auxiliary fuel tank, super coo/ing. AM radio, step bumper, tinted glass. No, 1750 WAS $749696 SIlflQfl^O aOStOUT PRICE vUuM -79 F150 CUSTOM 7,5 Litre engine, automatic transmission, power steering, gauges, radio, hnted glass, step bumper, low mount mirrors, extra cooling, No. 2581 WAS $7576 32 $1 Cl OSEOUT PRICE -79RANCHER0500 5 0 Litre engine, automatic transmission, Air conditioning, power steering ft brakes, tinted glass, positively The Last Of A Great Breed. No 3474 WAS $7667 03 $1 CLOSEOUT PRICE '5679' '5769" -79 F150 CUSTOM 5 0 Litre engine, automatic transmission, power steering. Air conditioning, gauges. tinted glass, step bumper, low mount mirrors. No 3344 WAS $7736 17 $ CLOSEOUT PRICE 5773' -79 F100 CUSTOM Explorer Package. 5 0 litre engine automatic transmission. Air conditioning. power steering ft brakes, tilt whee. gauges, step bumper, WSW tires. No. 2845 WAS $7700 46 ClOSEOUT PRICE $ 5779 82 '79 FIDO CUSTOM 5.0 Litre engine, automatic transmission. Air conditioning, power steering. AM radio, tinted glass, super cooling, step bumper, mirrors. No, 3604 WAS $76(8 83 $1 ClOSEOUT PRICE '5779 90 *2788 • 78FORD"F100"FLARESIDE 6 Cv'n^er. 3 speed transmission, AM/FM stereo 8 track, white Tachomas ft RWL tires, accent pin striping, "Lookin Good" No P3473AT -79 Fl 50 CUSTOM Explorer package, 5.0 Litre engine, automatic transmission, tilt wheel, power steering, gauges, tinted glass, step bumper, extra cooling. No 2781 ^5799*' WAS $7443 20 aOSEOUT PRICE -77 FORO-LTD SQUIRE WAGON" 9 passanger, V8 automatic, air. power steering, power brakes, squire option luggage rack, split power seat, power windows, dura weave Interior, tilt, cruise. AM/FM 8 track "Just About Everything and Immaculate" No 3863A WAS $5295 MUST SELL 4788 WAS $5295 MUST SELL '4288 -78 E3S0 PARCEL DELIVERY VAN V8. Automatic. Power steering, 14 Ft Box, "Less Than 16,000 Miles" So. P 77F0R0'-F150"4x4 V8, Automatic. Air, Power steering ft' b'akes. Lock out hubs. AM/FM 8 track C8, Chrome spoke wheels & raised white letter tires, "LOOKS & Runs Great" No 4065AT WAS $19S MUST SELL '5488 -79 FIDO CUSTOM 5,0 Litre engine, automatic transmission. Air conditioning, power steering, power fc'Kes. gauges, tinted glass, step bumper, Ov.-n nujks. No 3771 WAS $7751 31 ClOSEOUT PRICE '5835" WAS $M5 MUST SELL $ S6M -78 FORO E350CAi CHASSIS With 12 Van Body, V8, Automat' Air, Power steering. New tires. No R957T WAS $5988 79 F100 CUSTOM 5 0 Litre engine automatic transmission. Air conditioning power steering, power brakes, gauges imied glass, step bumper ft more No 3741 WAS $7751 3t aOSEOUT PMCE '5835" -76 DODGE-CHARGER" V8 automatic air. power steering, power brakes, tilt wheel leather accent stripping wide body wJe wotecllon, turbine wheel covers "Super Sharp Car" No. 1879 A wAsims MUST SELL !31M JWJMJjJJg^ VSff" • li y^jHSi*^ 1\li tl>MH# K 666 N. DECATUR PH. 870-7221 WT n WESTEM NMN KTWOII EIPMSSWAY t NASNINfiTON • SAUS NOMtS iJI-1i HtN.-MT. • PRICIS BOOO THRU OCT. 11. lITt ""Proof igain...Nfibfldy beats A Friendly Ford deal!'' NIVAA't LAR9IST VOLUMI MALIRII' lONUS SISJKT T9 riM $U m UUSTU y:r^ y..^ yi^ y.-^t < x-^ yi,t i/Ci^. y^iu" • • yCi^'. aw 'y'^.t "i^ y^^) JW^^^^V >Srf^C^> f'^^' C^> C^^ C^^ r;>Si^, (f;^" ^ afcT,:;?j.-=; ^^ ik^^tMM

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• i. i'ii I j i iaiJi.. Hw '>^';#., '/ '^l'*'^^-' : • • • -.t.4/ n Tiee^ay, Odtkw t. im BUYING SELLING TRADING SERVICES JOB OPPORTUNITIES • ]%% • %%< '%%i^kV%%%%%%<^M%l>%^ r I ADVERTISERS 'PLEASE PROOF, Tyour ad the first day | I in case an error ocI I ?urs. The Boulder City j ^ News will assume no I responsibility after | j the first day of publiI jcation Error claims j" I must be made imI mediately. | OWNER RETIRING \ Selling etUklisked avthiag Bosinest In CcDtral B.C. UcatitB. Owner will (rain. Sales price of tSf,MI Indidet inventory and fixtures. For appointment call today. 871-aSS m-1471 GREAT NEVADA PROrERnES, REALTORS GfNOUl CONTtACTM yualiiy Work Remodel Customs — Framing — Concrete Patios. Etc Licensed & Bonded 5M.5303 LOOKING TO BUY A HONI IN BOVLDBI CITY? Soc Bto^ dcrioa Really id ar call ttS-Mll. 1^ IBCEPTIONin' Coj fro* wllk PMUIM • 8470 from I 'Ul S. Hda. CRILD CARE ay home. All day or after aehool. Breakfaat, laacki reaaoaable. Call 2I8-S284. B.C HELP WANTED aaach bar peraoaael, fail tiae. Coalaet Gold Strike laa, 2M-18M, B.C. IS FT. BOAT. Trailer, 40 RP Motor, elec. atari. Call 2-548. B.C FOR SALE BY OWNER: 848,100 FHA appraiaal. 3 ( bdrm. home. Exc. Valley View lacalion. For iafa call WJIM. BABYSITTING IN MY BOMB, .B.C. 125 W. LAKE MEAD DRIVE HENDERSON, NEVADA PHONE 565-8947 STARTER HOME Two bedroom home very close to downtown. Separate utility room, large bathroom, fenced rear yard. $42,000 Eves 94-2332. ECONOMIZER... Power bills average 100. monthly and it's all electric. Interesting. Aluminum aiding, Franklin Stove all help. Completely reconditioned a year ago $44,000 price tag. SHADY NOOK Large trees and covered patio cool huge, fenced rear yard. New cooling, heating, carpet, flooring, paint A super buy at 847.900. OWNErS NEW HOUSE READY — Must sell Now! Will accept FHA 345 — Means lower payments to buyer. Super custom interior, central air You can even have the appliances. Affordable at 847.SO0 PRICED t4,88P UNDER MARKET At only 849,000 this 3 bedroom, 1^ bath Lewis Home is the best buy in the tract — Features new carpet, large fenced rear yard. OWNER TRANSFERRED New making two house payments, HELP! Nearly new 3 bedroom Lewis Home with 2 car prage, large lot Walking distance to new school, park tennis, golf YOU'LL RE IMPRESBED With this remodeled three bedroom Tract 2 home Custom thru-out and garage too. Call far appt. THE EYES HAVE IT! And you can see this two bedroom townhouse has had excellent care Priced 837,000. refinancing available. LOOKOUT This master bedroom upon a sea of aoft lights. Thia beautiful four bedroom, three bath home must be seen to be appreciated. FIREPLACE Will keep you coty this winter One of many amenities of this quality three bedroom two bath two car garage home in Highland Hilla. HANDYMAN Attention We have a home that needa your talents, some paint TLC and before you know ii-i dollhouse!! BOULDER REALTY I MOVING? Need honaiag iafo. f^aaaywAcrelathc USA? (Not leatalsl Vivian Eriekaoa.Brakor. Jerry Bergeaeyer Oiaac Barlow Katkcriac Mllekell Jaact Saallcy ~~.— Aagcie Rivera— ~.~~. IJehaWeodnff. „„„ {(Teresa Gadky NcNally DIAL TOUPREE l-MASntlM, Bit. IW SI8-P4U SM-HM |g| ntt ..BBU4M WMun .JfAAW .JM-IM 416 NevatU Highway Boulder City, Nevada Pkone 2t3-3232 or m-3300 Sffip 4KNEV. •O0l0€cm NEVtol ,(*. THE END RESULT BUILD YOUR HOME ia RaoMer aty'a fkateat irewiag pre^ sligloaa area. Priced rigkl. Call far aore deUlb. BEAUTIFUL UPGRADED 4 BEDROOM \\ bath koac. Excelleal aaaaaptloa. Extru laelnde pleaty of RV Parkiag, Mirrored Cloael Doora, Block wall and aach, aach acre. EXCELLENT, BUT I Bedrooa, 1-^ hath hoae ia lovely Iree-ahadH aeigkkorhood. Thia wiU aot laat leag. PERFECT STARTER OR RRHRRMRNT ROME, with 2 hdra. and large dea. Priced at IBIJM. with GOOD TERMA Sec at an Ave. P. and caU aa lar dotaila. PARADISE VILLAGE TOWNROVRE • Excclleat locstioa BeoatlAU tanrakoM wUk I ksdraaaa, IH hatka. Upgraded tkrangkent Great patio and cy flraplaee ia living raoa. Call Jane for detalla. LOVELY WELL KEPT OLOBR HOME, 2 bedroeaa with LARGE den. Tree skadad stioH ia weU esUkUaked area. Excelleat teiaa. A NICE FAMILY HOME!! I hadraaas, 2 katk, ceatrai heatiag and coaling, (tall Ireea, iaterlecfc fence, aad voodhamlag fireplace. BOULDBR OTY LAUNDROMAT POR 8AU!! Bxcclleal opportaalty. Geod eaafc Row. Ideal kaaiaeaa for the penoa wko entays ewalng kis awn knslMss aad also enjoys kaviag aoaac lyee tiae. Let yew knainaaa work Ikr yea. 18 ACRB8 IN HRNDRR80N rednced la 8I8.888J8 lar alek aale. All ars wtU ke t snaldsrad!! Overioaks Paradise Valley in Beaderaen. BxceileaS iateetaasal opportanlti'. WE kae cBcelleM knUdlag Wa overloakiag Lake Hoed. Back aad every oMsf Asa Is aaMne. Croat far laveetaoal or great place to kalM year dream kease. ONE or A KIND Misiaeas in BanMer, aMte tkaa Ukcly it will ka rigkl Mra yew aUey. Ianlra at BeaUer Beahy. BXBCVmrB kaM an Dan TIaeanIa Coart. sloM kooM, catkodral OOIBM, oiagaat ^ate wttk Jaraad la nwalsr kaifc. tUa ASM kaa evetytklav IK tke knyw wko enlays saly Ifea raiy kast Call for appeintaent. Diana Le8el)erg. Broker 293-2729 Tom Friary, Office Blgr 293-1150 June Hansen 293-2791 Janice Crawford 2B3-2275 W.R. (Winnie) Clrl ^ 293-2M8 Pat Shuman ^... J93-4789 RofeGalperin — 293-3939 Jennie Baraet .2S3-3867 411 Nov. Hwy B a n ldsf CHy. Nevada • Pkone PART TIME OR FULL TIME WORK • Be year own boss. Work yoa owe koan. Have year ewa Failer Brash route, 88. to 88. per konr sUrtlng. Vl%4Ui. WORKING MANAGER Ibr ap holalery shop. Heavy experieaced apkolaterer and Iriaaer. Excellent pay and profit skariag. Call 283-2323 or 283-3MS for interview. MMMbaanaaAMaaa APT. POR RENT: 2 Ig. hdraa, 2 hth, refrigerator, diakwaaker. disposal, carpetiag A drapes. 8328 me. 814 Ma)or Ave., Hdn. or call 3S4-787S frea 8 to S. p-m. MURRAY BUILDBR8 Uc. No. lIMd Pstio covers. ROOM sddilions. Reaaodel. New ceastnctlan. IP IN A HURRY, CALL MURRAY 288^1788 SELLING GROWING I SERVICE ORIENTED BUSINESS. Cnrrentlyl nets over HM. per nwatk. Snper growth potential. Only 9M,S. 29S1471. B.C. POR RENT, new 2 kdra keae Vllle Del Pra* pies deposit, ns IBI IBM. B.C. B.C CARPET CARE 2tMI4l Carpet Cleaning A Reasonable Rates — Deep Steam Method & Beautiful Results. UTATKR PICK UP Serving Boulder atyaad Henderson area Your business will be appreciated M^aMaMMaaaMMMMaaaaaaaaaa awaa WILL DO BACRROE OR BUDE WORK. Days, call l81-S8St. NIgkts, iM-aiai. Steve Hela. Backkoa operator. For Rent: 2 bdrm. apt. 8285. per ma. loclades drapes, carpeU, refrigerator, oven, diapeaai Aceiaeperaled wuker dryer. No pets. 388 Eastminslr Coart Call I44-1M3. CLEAN GREEN UWN SERVICE Licensed, dependable lawn care, FREE ESTIMATES. Reasonable monthly rates. 293-3619. B.C. WANT TO KNOW WHAT YOOl HOUSI IS WORTH? fiwo property enalyals. Coll logor, Realtor, Henderson Roolty Inc., 303.3ISI, ivoi. 393-1623, B.C. [N^CCTIO worry — Marray MURRAY MAINTENANCE SERVICE Handymen, carpentry, painting, paper hanging, glass, | mirrors, general repairs. 2P3-5118. B.C. SHAKLEE DISTRIBUTOR ALSO Vitamins & Household Products 565-7] SALES ASSOCIATES ARE YOU FED UP? ~ No Leaderskip? No Training? No Organixed Office? Is year Office Almospkere bad? If all this applies to yoa Header-' son Really. Inc. is looking fSr a few good sales associates! Call S84-2S15 or apply la person at 18 Water Street, Henderson, Nv. REALTORS. DESERT MASONRY License No. 15S34, Beaded. • Qaality Masonry, ResldeaUal, Commercial. Call Greg < 2P3-38r or Gary 3S4-8203. m* u % Furaisbed Aptrtmeiit For Leose In Boulder City Attractively furnished two bedroom, one bath condo. in beautiful Boulder Square. Overlooking pool, no sun, low utility fees. Adults only. Three year lease preferable, one year minimum to responsible executive. Only $400. month. Write Box AAA. Box 815, Henderson, Nevada 89015. WANTED: HIgk school girl for cleaning 4 brs. a week. Call after 5 p.m. SS47U. Hda. LICENSED CHILD CARE In my home. 548-7412. Hdn. FOB SALE • M' Aaaaa rstrigoralor-hattoa (Teesor 8MAGaUMM488aft.4p.a. TRAILER POR SALE. 1N7 Ckaaplon. Needs soae work. SA4-S7N, aak for Frank. POR LEASE, 3 kdra., 2 hath bease, loealed la HIgklaad Hills, Readersea. I cw garage, large fenced hockyard, anfara,ll4mafler8pji. MYNOUS RKTIICAl t MGHmilG CO., MC, NAS IMMBUn ORNMOS AVAIAMI AT IAS VMIS, IIVAiA AM AT TWMVADA Tm Sm niftfiiimin Opportunities exist for individuals with experience on large-scale computers in a timesharing environment. We are looking for talented individuals with at least two years of applicable computer programming experience plus a degree in Business Administration, Mathematics, Accounting or Computer Sciences. fOm HSf ATCHB Any combination of training and experience equivalent to high school graduation and Hve years of power distribution experience, preferably which has provided a working knowledge of power transmission at all voltages, two years of which should have been in power dispatching. I Any combination of training and experience equivalent to high school graduation plus training in secretarial courses such as typing, dictating, transcribing equipment and other office machines. Should have at least one year of clerical experience including at least six months in the operation of power typing equipment and the ability to type 44 net words per minute. Must be a U.S. citiien Replies held confidential. Liberal fVinge benefits. e — 114 MBi IIBHM k aBHMyi Hl*# #0/ Uectrfctl • lglRtrlH| C,.IIK. 2501 Wyandotte Street Ul Vegas, Nevadi 86102 Telephone (702) 734-3291 I BDRM., I BATH CHUM ROME. Tkia keae kaa all Ike extras, npgraded carpets aad ttk. Mrrored cleaei dears In aaster bedreoaa. A plsaiara to skew. CAU BUR "NEWLY REMODELED" S bdna., \% batk townsite koate w-baaaaMaL Hoae is roady to aovo ia. Owner will ronsldar loaaa-eptlon. CALLAUCB. JUMaCQ BOULDER CITY DREAR HOME. 3844 aq. ft. including 3 bdrm., 2H bath. Jaeussl, 3 wet bara, woodfloors aad a roof garden with a beauUfiil view of the lake. CALL LAURA 804-3333 EXCELLENT SUPER GOLF COURSE LOT. Backing the greens on Black Mountain Golf and Country Club. CALL SYBIL 964-3333 2 BUILDING LOTS 70X83. Pittman area. Ready to build. Only 811,000 eacb. CAU JIM M4-3333 BEAUTIFULLY DECORATED on H Acre View Lot. Upgraded carpet A tile. Custom drapes, Aront lawn with auto, sprinklers. Qingroom. CALLAL „ 8B4-3333 LAND — High beautif\il view Excellent building site for custom homea. 2^ Acres in Section 4 Water on property line. CALL SYBIL 964-3333 4 BDRM., \1k BATHS) white brick fireplace, mature trees, pvt. garden spot, good assumption. CALLAUCE 964-3333 START YOUR OWN BUSINESS NOW. Conmercial lot on Water Street with house that could be remodeled. CALL JIM 964-3333 2600 SQ. FT. CUSTOM HOME nearingcompletion 4 bdrm., 3 baths. 20X20 family room Many extras, located in Section 19. If ^ CALL JIM 964-3333 3 BDRM. CHISM HOME Sprinklers, nice landscaping. Block Wall. CALL SUE 964-3333 ONE OF THE NICEST IN HIGHLAND HILLS Family Room with attractive white brick fireplace. Fruit treea. eaUblished lawn, fence. It can be youra. CALLAUCE 964-3333 NEWLY REMODELED 3 bdrm. home in Valley View. Extra large living room. CALL JIM „ 964-3333 m. LOOKING FOR A SOUND INVESTMENT? See 10 Acres, Pshrump ( CAU PAUL 964-3333 SEARCHUGHT PROPERTY AVAILABLE. Commercial and residential lou. CAUAL 964-3333 2 STORE RENTALS 1 at AOOO aquire feet. 1 at 3,000 square feet CAU JIM 964-3333 IMMACULATE 2 bdrm., \% bath home. Urge master bdrm. All appliances included. Really priced right. CAU JACK 964-3333 VINCENT COURT Ut Vegas home on H Acre under conatruction now 3 bdrms, 2 bath, garden tub, courtyard entry. Pick your colors for carpet A I appliances. CALL LAURA 364-3333 OPEN MONDAY THRU SATURDAY %M AM.TO %M P.M. AFTER HOURS CALL: UIMW8RN mUE BLAIR AUCB PIPE RANDY WOOTTON.. JACK 8BIDEMAN.... AL UPRAN0OI8..... PAULGARGIS HONEY UNN LAURA BUTLER.... .Z.I84-286S S8M8tS ..,.J7B-77M —iiB4ni —721-Ull SYBIL NICHOLS. CURTIS YOUNG.. .8884878 T^^MBy. October 9,1979 /^^I'/^^^SELLIMG TRADING SERVICES JOB OPPORTUNITIES Page 9 Hendenon Home News, Henderson, Nevada JOBS FORifOPLE. PEOPU F^OR J0B5 State of Nevada Employment Security Departaeit JOB SERVICE NO FEE OFFICES AT: 119 Water St., Henderson' 115 8.8TH St., Las Vegu I Mf7 L.V. Blvd. N.. N.LV. y^ JOBS lol PEOffi • PEOPU FOR JOBS FOR RENT NEW I bedrooa, I katk home. Call Blaek Moaataln Realty... SM-m. MOTOR HONE POR RENT. 117828 ft. generator and air, fklly equlped. 283-2881. B.C. POR SALE: lf78 six cyl. Dodge Den. AC, 4 like aew Urea, la good working cend. 8688. Call after 8 p.a.2Bt-I4M. MOTEL ROOMS A KITCHENETTES Color TVa. UtiUtiesand Linens. WEEKLY Ph. Harry, 451-2445 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS WILLBABniTayheao.Pay Galloway School Area. FOR SALE: SHciooa 12 x 80, with llpeal. 3 bdrm.. m bath, AC, nader appraisal. Call S8S4I72 after 4 p.m. WANTED: Laaadry worker. Mast apply in person. Best Western Motel. 85 Lake Mead. Hda. ___^ \ PHIIUPS j RAMO&TV WORKING WIVES Let me do your housework NANCY HILL 564-1403 EXPERT SERVICE, ALL MAKES & MODELS Open Meeting Op PUBLIC INVITED: FRONTIER NURSERY Treea, Shrubs, Flowera. Sprays. Fertlliier, Seed. Sprinkler Systems Installed — Auto, or Manual 87 Uke Mead Dr.. Hdn. S8S4101 ICOLOR TV-STEREOJ ncii Op( We ed., 8:00 p.m 51 Water Street 565-7073 HANNAH'S PLUMBING. 24 hr. aervice. We do II all. 2ai-448 or 2BI-I11S, B.C. SALES & SERVICE 2W. PACIFIC564-2870 MUST SELL, irS Ford Granada Ghia, excel cond, air. 8 track, power windowes, bucket seats, auto, with castom wheels, burgandy red with white interior. $3,500 or best offer. SdS-82f2 after 5 p.m. afc11 I ^1 • • • • 4;YARD DUMP TRUCK 8750. • ;23-302. B.C. iiBYSITTING IN MY HOME. 7 a.B. U 8 p.a. Noa. tkroagk Friday. Fay Galloway Sckool 'area. SS4SU. Hda. BEAUTIFUL 2 STORY. 4 bdrm, fatly landacaped, 2tt bath, fmil trees, bloch wall, custom drapes, spriaklers, for lease option. 8878 OMDlh If buy, 82iM a month refandahle, 4864821. FOR SALE • 24x80 Mobile Home. Located in family sect. Sp. 44. Villa Hermosa Tr. Park, BIdr. Hwy. Aasume pymu. Completely fnrn. Call Mike at 283-4858 or 283-1881. 1 KEUET'S Bonded Locksmith 27 Water St. Henderson Shftp-565-6887 Nome-642-8332 i ^ Complete Lock & Key Service Most Foreign Key Blanks *Home dr Commercial -Tr -tr ^^ -^flirAutO • Trailer -tr tr >f'iiilig88Slgig>!liti!>!lie!i!iS^^ ^ GArCvuSi" Stuilk Licensed Real Estate Broker Young American Homes Presents City View Terrace 2, 3 & 4 Bedrooms 42,950 to 51,950 Models Open Daily 564-2217 or PMJI): Roberts Realty 565-8947 HOMES NEAR SCHOOLS'! 3 bedrooms. 2 batii. 10 years old Will FHA or VA. $64,500.00. EXCELLENT LOCATION:: 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, extra insulation Only $69,500.00. LOVELY EXECUTIVE HOME!! On the golf course. 4 bedrooms, large and spacious pool. $160,000.00. WHY NOT TRADE??? Extra large lot Tile roof, double garage, 4 bedrooms. 2 bath. $93,500.00. MOBILE HONES ADULTS ONLY!! 24 X 52.2 bedroom, 2 bath in Gingerwood Immediate occupancy, $8,500. down $263 per month. $28,500 total price. PRICE REDUCED!! 12 X 60 1972 Leisure. 2 bedroom. 1 bath In Boulder Trailer Park Small family O.K $15,500.00. IN CORONADO ESTATES:: X „ Adults only. Fenced lot'Desert landscaped CarefX V ree living. Double garage two metal storage sheds, v J $68,500.00 S IN GINGERWOOD:: I jS 2 bedrooms, Ih baths Adults only. Very nice, i Sj $24,500.00. S Crestway DINETTE SET w-8 chairs. Good coadltloa. 850. Ph. 584-3171. FOR RENT: Hda. Valley View 3 bdrm. w-flreplace, alove, refrigerator, fenced yard, carport. Call 58S-82S2 after 3 pm. OPENING In local doctor's offlce for a mature reliable person w-accurate typing skills. Send resume to: RE^ SUNE, 532 8. BIdr. Hwy., Headerson,Ilev. 88818. F0R8ALE:SpackCampershen • w-fToat top storage cablaela. Fall rear door panel. Fall aide beachea for alorage A fold down Ilda w-cuahloas for sleeplag. Carpeting. S
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• i. i'ii I j i iaiJi.. Hw '>^';#., '/ '^l'*'^^-' : • • • -.t.4/ n Tiee^ay, Odtkw t. im BUYING SELLING TRADING SERVICES JOB OPPORTUNITIES • ]%% • %%< '%%i^kV%%%%%%<^M%l>%^ r I ADVERTISERS 'PLEASE PROOF, Tyour ad the first day | I in case an error ocI I ?urs. The Boulder City j ^ News will assume no I responsibility after | j the first day of publiI jcation Error claims j" I must be made imI mediately. | OWNER RETIRING \ Selling etUklisked avthiag Bosinest In CcDtral B.C. UcatitB. Owner will (rain. Sales price of tSf,MI Indidet inventory and fixtures. For appointment call today. 871-aSS m-1471 GREAT NEVADA PROrERnES, REALTORS GfNOUl CONTtACTM yualiiy Work Remodel Customs — Framing — Concrete Patios. Etc Licensed & Bonded 5M.5303 LOOKING TO BUY A HONI IN BOVLDBI CITY? Soc Bto^ dcrioa Really id ar call ttS-Mll. 1^ IBCEPTIONin' Coj fro* wllk PMUIM • 8470 from I 'Ul S. Hda. CRILD CARE ay home. All day or after aehool. Breakfaat, laacki reaaoaable. Call 2I8-S284. B.C HELP WANTED aaach bar peraoaael, fail tiae. Coalaet Gold Strike laa, 2M-18M, B.C. IS FT. BOAT. Trailer, 40 RP Motor, elec. atari. Call 2-548. B.C FOR SALE BY OWNER: 848,100 FHA appraiaal. 3 ( bdrm. home. Exc. Valley View lacalion. For iafa call WJIM. BABYSITTING IN MY BOMB, .B.C. 125 W. LAKE MEAD DRIVE HENDERSON, NEVADA PHONE 565-8947 STARTER HOME Two bedroom home very close to downtown. Separate utility room, large bathroom, fenced rear yard. $42,000 Eves 94-2332. ECONOMIZER... Power bills average 100. monthly and it's all electric. Interesting. Aluminum aiding, Franklin Stove all help. Completely reconditioned a year ago $44,000 price tag. SHADY NOOK Large trees and covered patio cool huge, fenced rear yard. New cooling, heating, carpet, flooring, paint A super buy at 847.900. OWNErS NEW HOUSE READY — Must sell Now! Will accept FHA 345 — Means lower payments to buyer. Super custom interior, central air You can even have the appliances. Affordable at 847.SO0 PRICED t4,88P UNDER MARKET At only 849,000 this 3 bedroom, 1^ bath Lewis Home is the best buy in the tract — Features new carpet, large fenced rear yard. OWNER TRANSFERRED New making two house payments, HELP! Nearly new 3 bedroom Lewis Home with 2 car prage, large lot Walking distance to new school, park tennis, golf YOU'LL RE IMPRESBED With this remodeled three bedroom Tract 2 home Custom thru-out and garage too. Call far appt. THE EYES HAVE IT! And you can see this two bedroom townhouse has had excellent care Priced 837,000. refinancing available. LOOKOUT This master bedroom upon a sea of aoft lights. Thia beautiful four bedroom, three bath home must be seen to be appreciated. FIREPLACE Will keep you coty this winter One of many amenities of this quality three bedroom two bath two car garage home in Highland Hilla. HANDYMAN Attention We have a home that needa your talents, some paint TLC and before you know ii-i dollhouse!! BOULDER REALTY I MOVING? Need honaiag iafo. f^aaaywAcrelathc USA? (Not leatalsl Vivian Eriekaoa.Brakor. Jerry Bergeaeyer Oiaac Barlow Katkcriac Mllekell Jaact Saallcy ~~.— Aagcie Rivera— ~.~~. IJehaWeodnff. „„„ {(Teresa Gadky NcNally DIAL TOUPREE l-MASntlM, Bit. IW SI8-P4U SM-HM |g| ntt ..BBU4M WMun .JfAAW .JM-IM 416 NevatU Highway Boulder City, Nevada Pkone 2t3-3232 or m-3300 Sffip 4KNEV. •O0l0€cm NEVtol ,(*. THE END RESULT BUILD YOUR HOME ia RaoMer aty'a fkateat irewiag pre^ sligloaa area. Priced rigkl. Call far aore deUlb. BEAUTIFUL UPGRADED 4 BEDROOM \\ bath koac. Excelleal aaaaaptloa. Extru laelnde pleaty of RV Parkiag, Mirrored Cloael Doora, Block wall and aach, aach acre. EXCELLENT, BUT I Bedrooa, 1-^ hath hoae ia lovely Iree-ahadH aeigkkorhood. Thia wiU aot laat leag. PERFECT STARTER OR RRHRRMRNT ROME, with 2 hdra. and large dea. Priced at IBIJM. with GOOD TERMA Sec at an Ave. P. and caU aa lar dotaila. PARADISE VILLAGE TOWNROVRE • Excclleat locstioa BeoatlAU tanrakoM wUk I ksdraaaa, IH hatka. Upgraded tkrangkent Great patio and cy flraplaee ia living raoa. Call Jane for detalla. LOVELY WELL KEPT OLOBR HOME, 2 bedroeaa with LARGE den. Tree skadad stioH ia weU esUkUaked area. Excelleat teiaa. A NICE FAMILY HOME!! I hadraaas, 2 katk, ceatrai heatiag and coaling, (tall Ireea, iaterlecfc fence, aad voodhamlag fireplace. BOULDBR OTY LAUNDROMAT POR 8AU!! Bxcclleal opportaalty. Geod eaafc Row. Ideal kaaiaeaa for the penoa wko entays ewalng kis awn knslMss aad also enjoys kaviag aoaac lyee tiae. Let yew knainaaa work Ikr yea. 18 ACRB8 IN HRNDRR80N rednced la 8I8.888J8 lar alek aale. All ars wtU ke t snaldsrad!! Overioaks Paradise Valley in Beaderaen. BxceileaS iateetaasal opportanlti'. WE kae cBcelleM knUdlag Wa overloakiag Lake Hoed. Back aad every oMsf Asa Is aaMne. Croat far laveetaoal or great place to kalM year dream kease. ONE or A KIND Misiaeas in BanMer, aMte tkaa Ukcly it will ka rigkl Mra yew aUey. Ianlra at BeaUer Beahy. BXBCVmrB kaM an Dan TIaeanIa Coart. sloM kooM, catkodral OOIBM, oiagaat ^ate wttk Jaraad la nwalsr kaifc. tUa ASM kaa evetytklav IK tke knyw wko enlays saly Ifea raiy kast Call for appeintaent. Diana Le8el)erg. Broker 293-2729 Tom Friary, Office Blgr 293-1150 June Hansen 293-2791 Janice Crawford 2B3-2275 W.R. (Winnie) Clrl ^ 293-2M8 Pat Shuman ^... J93-4789 RofeGalperin — 293-3939 Jennie Baraet .2S3-3867 411 Nov. Hwy B a n ldsf CHy. Nevada • Pkone PART TIME OR FULL TIME WORK • Be year own boss. Work yoa owe koan. Have year ewa Failer Brash route, 88. to 88. per konr sUrtlng. Vl%4Ui. WORKING MANAGER Ibr ap holalery shop. Heavy experieaced apkolaterer and Iriaaer. Excellent pay and profit skariag. Call 283-2323 or 283-3MS for interview. MMMbaanaaAMaaa APT. POR RENT: 2 Ig. hdraa, 2 hth, refrigerator, diakwaaker. disposal, carpetiag A drapes. 8328 me. 814 Ma)or Ave., Hdn. or call 3S4-787S frea 8 to S. p-m. MURRAY BUILDBR8 Uc. No. lIMd Pstio covers. ROOM sddilions. Reaaodel. New ceastnctlan. IP IN A HURRY, CALL MURRAY 288^1788 SELLING GROWING I SERVICE ORIENTED BUSINESS. Cnrrentlyl nets over HM. per nwatk. Snper growth potential. Only 9M,S. 29S1471. B.C. POR RENT, new 2 kdra keae Vllle Del Pra* pies deposit, ns IBI IBM. B.C. B.C CARPET CARE 2tMI4l Carpet Cleaning A Reasonable Rates — Deep Steam Method & Beautiful Results. UTATKR PICK UP Serving Boulder atyaad Henderson area Your business will be appreciated M^aMaMMaaaMMMMaaaaaaaaaa awaa WILL DO BACRROE OR BUDE WORK. Days, call l81-S8St. NIgkts, iM-aiai. Steve Hela. Backkoa operator. For Rent: 2 bdrm. apt. 8285. per ma. loclades drapes, carpeU, refrigerator, oven, diapeaai Aceiaeperaled wuker dryer. No pets. 388 Eastminslr Coart Call I44-1M3. CLEAN GREEN UWN SERVICE Licensed, dependable lawn care, FREE ESTIMATES. Reasonable monthly rates. 293-3619. B.C. WANT TO KNOW WHAT YOOl HOUSI IS WORTH? fiwo property enalyals. Coll logor, Realtor, Henderson Roolty Inc., 303.3ISI, ivoi. 393-1623, B.C. [N^CCTIO worry — Marray MURRAY MAINTENANCE SERVICE Handymen, carpentry, painting, paper hanging, glass, | mirrors, general repairs. 2P3-5118. B.C. SHAKLEE DISTRIBUTOR ALSO Vitamins & Household Products 565-7] SALES ASSOCIATES ARE YOU FED UP? ~ No Leaderskip? No Training? No Organixed Office? Is year Office Almospkere bad? If all this applies to yoa Header-' son Really. Inc. is looking fSr a few good sales associates! Call S84-2S15 or apply la person at 18 Water Street, Henderson, Nv. REALTORS. DESERT MASONRY License No. 15S34, Beaded. • Qaality Masonry, ResldeaUal, Commercial. Call Greg < 2P3-38r or Gary 3S4-8203. m* u % Furaisbed Aptrtmeiit For Leose In Boulder City Attractively furnished two bedroom, one bath condo. in beautiful Boulder Square. Overlooking pool, no sun, low utility fees. Adults only. Three year lease preferable, one year minimum to responsible executive. Only $400. month. Write Box AAA. Box 815, Henderson, Nevada 89015. WANTED: HIgk school girl for cleaning 4 brs. a week. Call after 5 p.m. SS47U. Hda. LICENSED CHILD CARE In my home. 548-7412. Hdn. FOB SALE • M' Aaaaa rstrigoralor-hattoa (Teesor 8MAGaUMM488aft.4p.a. TRAILER POR SALE. 1N7 Ckaaplon. Needs soae work. SA4-S7N, aak for Frank. POR LEASE, 3 kdra., 2 hath bease, loealed la HIgklaad Hills, Readersea. I cw garage, large fenced hockyard, anfara,ll4mafler8pji. MYNOUS RKTIICAl t MGHmilG CO., MC, NAS IMMBUn ORNMOS AVAIAMI AT IAS VMIS, IIVAiA AM AT TWMVADA Tm Sm niftfiiimin Opportunities exist for individuals with experience on large-scale computers in a timesharing environment. We are looking for talented individuals with at least two years of applicable computer programming experience plus a degree in Business Administration, Mathematics, Accounting or Computer Sciences. fOm HSf ATCHB Any combination of training and experience equivalent to high school graduation and Hve years of power distribution experience, preferably which has provided a working knowledge of power transmission at all voltages, two years of which should have been in power dispatching. I Any combination of training and experience equivalent to high school graduation plus training in secretarial courses such as typing, dictating, transcribing equipment and other office machines. Should have at least one year of clerical experience including at least six months in the operation of power typing equipment and the ability to type 44 net words per minute. Must be a U.S. citiien Replies held confidential. Liberal fVinge benefits. e — 114 MBi IIBHM k aBHMyi Hl*# #0/ Uectrfctl • lglRtrlH| C,.IIK. 2501 Wyandotte Street Ul Vegas, Nevadi 86102 Telephone (702) 734-3291 I BDRM., I BATH CHUM ROME. Tkia keae kaa all Ike extras, npgraded carpets aad ttk. Mrrored cleaei dears In aaster bedreoaa. A plsaiara to skew. CAU BUR "NEWLY REMODELED" S bdna., \% batk townsite koate w-baaaaMaL Hoae is roady to aovo ia. Owner will ronsldar loaaa-eptlon. CALLAUCB. JUMaCQ BOULDER CITY DREAR HOME. 3844 aq. ft. including 3 bdrm., 2H bath. Jaeussl, 3 wet bara, woodfloors aad a roof garden with a beauUfiil view of the lake. CALL LAURA 804-3333 EXCELLENT SUPER GOLF COURSE LOT. Backing the greens on Black Mountain Golf and Country Club. CALL SYBIL 964-3333 2 BUILDING LOTS 70X83. Pittman area. Ready to build. Only 811,000 eacb. CAU JIM M4-3333 BEAUTIFULLY DECORATED on H Acre View Lot. Upgraded carpet A tile. Custom drapes, Aront lawn with auto, sprinklers. Qingroom. CALLAL „ 8B4-3333 LAND — High beautif\il view Excellent building site for custom homea. 2^ Acres in Section 4 Water on property line. CALL SYBIL 964-3333 4 BDRM., \1k BATHS) white brick fireplace, mature trees, pvt. garden spot, good assumption. CALLAUCE 964-3333 START YOUR OWN BUSINESS NOW. Conmercial lot on Water Street with house that could be remodeled. CALL JIM 964-3333 2600 SQ. FT. CUSTOM HOME nearingcompletion 4 bdrm., 3 baths. 20X20 family room Many extras, located in Section 19. If ^ CALL JIM 964-3333 3 BDRM. CHISM HOME Sprinklers, nice landscaping. Block Wall. CALL SUE 964-3333 ONE OF THE NICEST IN HIGHLAND HILLS Family Room with attractive white brick fireplace. Fruit treea. eaUblished lawn, fence. It can be youra. CALLAUCE 964-3333 NEWLY REMODELED 3 bdrm. home in Valley View. Extra large living room. CALL JIM „ 964-3333 m. LOOKING FOR A SOUND INVESTMENT? See 10 Acres, Pshrump ( CAU PAUL 964-3333 SEARCHUGHT PROPERTY AVAILABLE. Commercial and residential lou. CAUAL 964-3333 2 STORE RENTALS 1 at AOOO aquire feet. 1 at 3,000 square feet CAU JIM 964-3333 IMMACULATE 2 bdrm., \% bath home. Urge master bdrm. All appliances included. Really priced right. CAU JACK 964-3333 VINCENT COURT Ut Vegas home on H Acre under conatruction now 3 bdrms, 2 bath, garden tub, courtyard entry. Pick your colors for carpet A I appliances. CALL LAURA 364-3333 OPEN MONDAY THRU SATURDAY %M AM.TO %M P.M. AFTER HOURS CALL: UIMW8RN mUE BLAIR AUCB PIPE RANDY WOOTTON.. JACK 8BIDEMAN.... AL UPRAN0OI8..... PAULGARGIS HONEY UNN LAURA BUTLER.... .Z.I84-286S S8M8tS ..,.J7B-77M —iiB4ni —721-Ull SYBIL NICHOLS. CURTIS YOUNG.. .8884878 T^^MBy. October 9,1979 /^^I'/^^^SELLIMG TRADING SERVICES JOB OPPORTUNITIES Page 9 Hendenon Home News, Henderson, Nevada JOBS FORifOPLE. PEOPU F^OR J0B5 State of Nevada Employment Security Departaeit JOB SERVICE NO FEE OFFICES AT: 119 Water St., Henderson' 115 8.8TH St., Las Vegu I Mf7 L.V. Blvd. N.. N.LV. y^ JOBS lol PEOffi • PEOPU FOR JOBS FOR RENT NEW I bedrooa, I katk home. Call Blaek Moaataln Realty... SM-m. MOTOR HONE POR RENT. 117828 ft. generator and air, fklly equlped. 283-2881. B.C. POR SALE: lf78 six cyl. Dodge Den. AC, 4 like aew Urea, la good working cend. 8688. Call after 8 p.a.2Bt-I4M. MOTEL ROOMS A KITCHENETTES Color TVa. UtiUtiesand Linens. WEEKLY Ph. Harry, 451-2445 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS WILLBABniTayheao.Pay Galloway School Area. FOR SALE: SHciooa 12 x 80, with llpeal. 3 bdrm.. m bath, AC, nader appraisal. Call S8S4I72 after 4 p.m. WANTED: Laaadry worker. Mast apply in person. Best Western Motel. 85 Lake Mead. Hda. ___^ \ PHIIUPS j RAMO&TV WORKING WIVES Let me do your housework NANCY HILL 564-1403 EXPERT SERVICE, ALL MAKES & MODELS Open Meeting Op PUBLIC INVITED: FRONTIER NURSERY Treea, Shrubs, Flowera. Sprays. Fertlliier, Seed. Sprinkler Systems Installed — Auto, or Manual 87 Uke Mead Dr.. Hdn. S8S4101 ICOLOR TV-STEREOJ ncii Op( We ed., 8:00 p.m 51 Water Street 565-7073 HANNAH'S PLUMBING. 24 hr. aervice. We do II all. 2ai-448 or 2BI-I11S, B.C. SALES & SERVICE 2W. PACIFIC564-2870 MUST SELL, irS Ford Granada Ghia, excel cond, air. 8 track, power windowes, bucket seats, auto, with castom wheels, burgandy red with white interior. $3,500 or best offer. SdS-82f2 after 5 p.m. afc11 I ^1 • • • • 4;YARD DUMP TRUCK 8750. • ;23-302. B.C. iiBYSITTING IN MY HOME. 7 a.B. U 8 p.a. Noa. tkroagk Friday. Fay Galloway Sckool 'area. SS4SU. Hda. BEAUTIFUL 2 STORY. 4 bdrm, fatly landacaped, 2tt bath, fmil trees, bloch wall, custom drapes, spriaklers, for lease option. 8878 OMDlh If buy, 82iM a month refandahle, 4864821. FOR SALE • 24x80 Mobile Home. Located in family sect. Sp. 44. Villa Hermosa Tr. Park, BIdr. Hwy. Aasume pymu. Completely fnrn. Call Mike at 283-4858 or 283-1881. 1 KEUET'S Bonded Locksmith 27 Water St. Henderson Shftp-565-6887 Nome-642-8332 i ^ Complete Lock & Key Service Most Foreign Key Blanks *Home dr Commercial -Tr -tr ^^ -^flirAutO • Trailer -tr tr >f'iiilig88Slgig>!liti!>!lie!i!iS^^ ^ GArCvuSi" Stuilk Licensed Real Estate Broker Young American Homes Presents City View Terrace 2, 3 & 4 Bedrooms 42,950 to 51,950 Models Open Daily 564-2217 or PMJI): Roberts Realty 565-8947 HOMES NEAR SCHOOLS'! 3 bedrooms. 2 batii. 10 years old Will FHA or VA. $64,500.00. EXCELLENT LOCATION:: 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, extra insulation Only $69,500.00. LOVELY EXECUTIVE HOME!! On the golf course. 4 bedrooms, large and spacious pool. $160,000.00. WHY NOT TRADE??? Extra large lot Tile roof, double garage, 4 bedrooms. 2 bath. $93,500.00. MOBILE HONES ADULTS ONLY!! 24 X 52.2 bedroom, 2 bath in Gingerwood Immediate occupancy, $8,500. down $263 per month. $28,500 total price. PRICE REDUCED!! 12 X 60 1972 Leisure. 2 bedroom. 1 bath In Boulder Trailer Park Small family O.K $15,500.00. IN CORONADO ESTATES:: X „ Adults only. Fenced lot'Desert landscaped CarefX V ree living. Double garage two metal storage sheds, v J $68,500.00 S IN GINGERWOOD:: I jS 2 bedrooms, Ih baths Adults only. Very nice, i Sj $24,500.00. S Crestway DINETTE SET w-8 chairs. Good coadltloa. 850. Ph. 584-3171. FOR RENT: Hda. Valley View 3 bdrm. w-flreplace, alove, refrigerator, fenced yard, carport. Call 58S-82S2 after 3 pm. OPENING In local doctor's offlce for a mature reliable person w-accurate typing skills. Send resume to: RE^ SUNE, 532 8. BIdr. Hwy., Headerson,Ilev. 88818. F0R8ALE:SpackCampershen • w-fToat top storage cablaela. Fall rear door panel. Fall aide beachea for alorage A fold down Ilda w-cuahloas for sleeplag. Carpeting. S
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^f^^mmmmmm iff 3 iti*\i 0 'j m ij! m m ?%an 3-rr n • -fW. 'lFi' g 'f 'f ... ^ w m • • I ^^—^^n^H Hertersii Hoaw NgiL'&*Btl*nuMi Nevada Page 10 •BUYING • SELLING • TRADING • SERVICES Taeidiy, October t, terfiT'-" JOB ^UCFCnua /Tv3C2::7tr7 OPPORTUNITIES STARS Of TOMORROW ARE MING BORN TODAY H AT DANCE THEATRE WEST Why go to Las Vegas j when the best is right i here. Call after August' 1st to register for Fall Classes. Jazi-Tap-Gymnostjct and Ballet Storting ogt 2 tup 293 3677 WANTED: LP.N. n M.A. far Dwicr'i Oflke. ExpcreiBcc re^ilred. CMd talary A beMflU. Call SM-IZM. HdB. FOB SALE: 1I7 Seutbweit Raiger Canpc*' w-cleao Cabever. Perta Potty, dec. refrigeraUr, itere-oven, 4 • e Jacks, plckap camper tic dowat, tide aeuat di• ctte, elec. cenvertcr. $17M. Pk. S43ai. HdB. BAR. LAND. HOUSE, 4 MOBILE HONE Nm arallih Me ia biy HepdcrMB CM>merclal area. Laid it apfrex. H acre. Bar ii biy 24 bear •peratlea eatabliibed tiacc IMS. Uceated for II (let macblaea A always baiy. Easy terms weadeiftl apportaaity far pregresiivemladcd aperatlea. Call Ceasaiidatcd Bealty 732-MM. evcaiagi call Nike at 73M7t. lARRY'S APPUANC SERVICE Repair all make* of kitchen A laaadry appliaaca Free lobricaat Jab. All work gaaraatecd. 873-7016 •W Cbev. fV for tale, raat good. Call m-MI. after S B.C. Arc you living with a Drinklag problem?? If to. why aot try Al-Anon. Meetingt are Tact., I* a.m. St. Timothy's Episcopal Cbarch. Tact., 8J6 pm. aab. SI Water St., Wed. 8 p.m. St Rote de Lima HotplUl. For more informatioa,callSM-IM3. NEW HOME (Lewis) $S,000 down No qaalifyittg 3 Bdrm.. 2 Bth.. dM. garage, fenced, draped. Can be partially fnrnithed. Call | S5-<3M ELECTRICAL [All Typet Small-Urge ^24-Rr. Emergency Service— I By BOUR or CONTRAa FREE ESTIMATES 453-2877 or 64-343 STORAGE ALL TYPES BOAT"BARN| 565-6966 B.C. TOWNHOUSE for tale or lease. 2 bdrm., fireplace, laaadry room, yard and carport. $400 per month. No peto. 283-3302. B.C. WOMEN'S BIBLE STUDY INTERDENOMINATIONAL Every Wednesday at 10 A.M. 805 UUh St. Free babysitting and refrethmeata. If yon arc a newconwr to Boalder City, come make new friends. Phoac 2834184. HELP! Have S ppp(t ML HUb. A V, Shepherd. FREE TO GOOD HOME. Doat waat to take tkcB to tkc poaaA S8S-8888 after 4:Mpji.Hd>. LARGE REDECORATED I bdrm., 2 bath hoac Ibr rest ia Valley View. No pcta.8ni per BO. plat 818e lecarity dep. AvalL iauMdlately. CaU 488-7787 or SS4m after S PJL FOR 8AUE: 8 mac. old Peek-aPoo. 888. t2M valae a female Gcrmaa Skepherd. 8 Btoo. old. 8tS. Ph. 884-3811 Hda. y —oo#oos^ Rosecrest CobinetS/Inc HENDERSON, NEVADA Cystom KJtchens 565-7472 BY OWNER • Clean 3 bdrm.. plat dea. 1% bath, dbl. garage, matare laadacaping, antomatic tpriaklert, block fcace, covered patio, alee Bcighbarbood, olT Decatar, cloic to ichooU A thopping. 888,888. 848-2248 evealDgt. For Sale By Owner: ASSUME 7^% LOAN. Chism Home. 2 yr. old. 3 bdrm., 1^ bath, fenced back yard, auto, sprinkler A more. Ph. 584-1282. Hdn. FOR SALE: Samoyed pappiet. 8 wka. aid. 5M-1833. Hdn. NOW OPEN BOULDER JET SKI 414 Nevada Highway B.C. 293-0102 BOULDER JET SKI RENTALS AND SALES LET US DO IT FOR TOU. aeaaiag, meadlag, gardtalag, etc. Aay type of prelect coatidcrcd. Pleaie call 288-4818. B.C. F0R8ALE: Nearly aew wiadow AC. Eicel. Coadltlta. Call 381-48S2,betwecaStadL FREE TO GOOD HOME • 8 wka. old Spriager Spaalel pappiet. 8B8-1U7. B.C WANTED: Maid. Matt apyly la pertoB. Beat Westera Motel. 85 Lake Mead. Hdn. LOTS FOR SALE: SectioB 27, 3 choice H acre lots w-view, 584-1485. HOUSE FOR RENT, 3 bdrm., 2 bath. Call 287-U47 or (213) 3384474. NEW Felper Bay State Dretter Masonry Block A Brick Saw. 14". New. Matt tacriflce. 8858. Firm. 5854848. M0VIMC8ALB Oct. 12. U A 14th 8 a.BL to 5 p JL Ma^r hMudMM IteaH. Parallare, elothlag. etc. 148 WettaUaifter War No.B.Hda^Ne. I ADVERTISERS] ^ PLEASE PROOF j Your ad the first day*!' in case an error oc-r curs. The Hendersoa'T: Home News will as-f; sume no responsibjl-• ity after the first day of j.' publication. Error | claims must be made I immediately. ^ BOULDER ELEaWC Licensed, bonded, insured. •JLic No 15187 : Call 293-109 7 or 293 4W9 SHAKLEE PRODUaS Rhoda D. Hagadone Authorized Distributor 293-4350 B.C. Well Call On You" Bob Olsen Realty & Insurance Inc. H Realtor-}tLS ^>(' ^ 6 Water St., Hendenonl^T •lAlTOI 564-1831 OWNER SACRinCE 3 Br. with Family Room and Iota of eitru, iadadiag BItck wall, eacloted front yard, Cloae to tchooli. Cttm caMBcto. Owner will carry naaaciag. Goad Teraia Oaly 848^80. LIVING IN HENDERSON AND WOREING IN LAS VEGAS? We have a beaatiftal 4 Bedroom, 3 Bath home with Jacioi pool, garage, large Fatally room, tplit level home with tlidlBg glatt daort to ontdoor UWag area, doable lot all eacloted with 5' block wall, carKdag, drapea, 41akwaaher, garbage ditpaaal, aad bett of all, it't vacaat tad ready fkroccapaacy today. It't oaly 18 miaatetf^omdowBtowa, elotc to aa off ramp of the (leeway. Call today for detaila. JUST USTED 2 Bedroom towahoate, trtt from yard work or oattidc BiaiBteaaace, plat the pool. Instead of renting, tee at today aboat bnyiag. Near tchoolt A downtown. Call today. Towahoatct tell iut. HIGH ABOVE TOWN 3 Bdr.. Near Golf Coarte A Park. Eieelleat locatioa. WeU landacapcd, eatily aulataiaed, with tpriaklert. Block Wall. Covered patio. Either caah oat or reflaaace. Seller traaaierrcd. Fatt poeaeuioa. PANORAMIC VIEW ALL THE EXTRAS la thit lovely cnsUm home located oa aa acre plaa. 3 Br., 2 Fall baths. Large flalthed garage. Fireplace, 2 Patioa, Laadry room. Good Coaatry Uviag. Lou of Expertite workmtnthip, with room for Pool, BV or Boat Parking. 4UICX CASH our 4 Br.. 1 aad K bath with over 1888 tq. R., apgraded carpeting, fireplace, family room, coaatry ityie kitchea, Jacinl pool, large doable garage, eacloaed yard with iprlaUer tyttem. aote to tchoolt, Park aad Golf Coarte. Call for details aad appoiatateat to tee. Aaaame old low iatereot loaa. ROOM FOR THE FAMILY AND ONLY 852,588. In this 4 Br., 2 Bath with water tofteaer, range, refrigerator, wuhcr A Dryer, tpriakler tyttem tnat aad rear. Feaced yard, workabop. Large yard aad cloae la Batic High, at well u Eleaieataiy Schoolt. Call todty. 3 BDBM. VALLEY VIEW Tutefblly decorated with loU of paaellag, Fireplace, earpetlBg A drapet. Large covered patio leada U boaBtifblly Uadacaped yard plaa tnU treee. aote U tchool. Ideal Faatlly iaveatmeat, plaa good Uviag. COMMERCTAL: 8J8 ACRES ON BOVLDEB HIGHWAY with oae IT X ST Block bBlMlkg aad aaother 48* X 85' Steel Balidla(. Good Highway Froatage, with Feaced Storuc Yard. Ceatral locatioa Good Tcnat Availabte. CORNEB LOT WITH POOL AND SPA Completely eaclaoed with Block WaU. thlt lovely home la aitlBtleally decorated throaghoat, plat a beaatlfhl view of the iraliey, Cloac U achoob aad Park. 3 Bdrm., I aad % batha. Coaatry Harrett thcd kltckea, ftadly rooa, 2 ear garage, flee to appreciate. Terau, Aaaame or Reflaaace YoarChaicc. ONE ACRE LOT ready fbr balMlag with aeptic tuk !•ttalled, water and AU UtiUtlco. 818,888. FIVE ACRES: High oa Black Moaatala. Oaly 8tt,S88. fbr eatire paiccL TERMS AVAILABLE. -MTER HOURS CALL JEANVE A OLSEN DE MARCO BROKER S04-2772 PETER J OLSEN, SALESMAN 565-9425 VIRGIL McKINNEY. SALESMAN...; .565-M81 JANET SHAW, SALESMAN XMOtS LORIN WILUAMS, SALESMAN S4^S853 PAULINE • TINA WILUAMS. SALESMAN SM-56S3 MICHAEL P BERGEMEYER. salejman ^^^^XM MAlTOn SatVMS TMIMMBON AKA Nil N^UiS I JEANNE A OLS EN DEMARCO, BROKER l-i Roynilds citctricil • EiyiMirMf (o.^ MCV • H iMMfNrti posinoM CVMMMt fli ilv> NtvMi Tost ihtf MtfCMY/ NtviM* SECRETARY Any cambiutioB of training and experience equivalent to high ichooi gradnation pint specialixed training in •ecretarial conrteo lach at atenog-^ raphy, typing and office machinef, and 1 year of secretarial experience. Special Qnaliflcationi: Ability to take dictation at M words per nlnote with 3 errors or lets and to type 50 net words per minute. Rate of pay i $5.13 per hoar pins subaitfence. VARI-TYPt AND LAY-OUT nCHMOAN Any coinbination of training and experience eqni-; valent to high tchool gradnation plus 2 yean of' experience in the ase of differential spacing modcT^ varl-type mKhines and lay-oat work. QUALITY CONTROL ENGINEER College degree in Mechanical Engineering and S years profMsional quality control experience. SEMOR ENGINEER, EUCTRKAL College degree In Electrical Engineering plna a minimam of six years professional experience in estimating in the building construction industry. SEMOR ACCOUNTANT Any combination of training and experience eqoivalent to college graduation in scconnting (or bati^ ness administration) and 4 years of professional accoanting experience. Position requires subotanllaf,, experience of an administrative-supenisory nataricl' in all areas of accounting, including ADP •ysteaft; for Job coat distribntion, invenUries and capttai-. equipment, and general accounting. Expoaure to government contract accounti ng and Coot Account_ ing Standards Board requirements desirshle^ j Negotiable salary |l<,675.e0 to |M,2U.5B. Liberal fringe benefits. Replies held confldear ti>I. Must be a U.S. citlien. a EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER M-F, 1 Send Resames to: Ms. Trodle L Sainey, M-S 5<7 2501 Wyandotte Las Vegas, NV 89102 Telephone (702) 7S4-3291 REECO RnmoMs Eltctrtnl & Eiiginttfiii COL. in<.',' ^^ ilM M^^ W^p, extra storage, RV parking plus carport, covered patio, fenced yard. Terrific Henderson Location. $56,900. Financing avail. Call 451-6222 or evenings 870-6861. B ak%%%%-ww .% %%%>m i i%%m% %% \a %%%V B B^^ FBEE: Nice paper cartoni. Good for moving A storage. 565-8112. SCOTT'S BACKBOE SEBVICE.S64-3660 after 5. 0 S endmon phoistefu lA/e spedais in everyvii|f •CUSTOM FURNITURE •AUTO 'BOATS •COMMERCIAL Ea^ Fay Financing Available, Ask about our M Days Interest Free Pay• IB w" PACinC • HENDERSON youneea to know in Real Estate: tlKTHOMC RtAlIV • ASSOCIATIS HDN.: 565-8731 117 ATLANTIC L.V.: 736-8551 [ EASY ASSUMPTION Move in today. Large 2 Story Home in the Hills. Family Room with Brick fireplace. Four bedrooms, two A \4 Baths. 2 Car Garage. No Qualifying. THIS HOME IS FURNISHED Hard to believe the price is only $43,500. Terrific buy on this 2 bedroom home located close to Water St. Ideal for small family or a couple. Can walk A save gas from this location. HOME SWEET HOME for just $28,900. A lovely Mobile home on its own lot. l/j Acre in Beautiful Henderson Trailer Estates. 2 Bedroom and a Familyroom. You can't beat this maintenance free living at this low price. 1 Year Buyer Protection Plan Included. NO. 569. WITHIN BLACK MOUNTAIN GOLF COURSE Beautiful Home Fruit Trees in the Backyard. 4 Bedroom, 1V Bath. Dining Area. 1250 sq. ft. Fireplace. NO. 655. 2 BEDROOM, 1 BATH TOWNSITE in nice location, plenty of shade trees all for $37,500. SHADIEST PLACE IN TOWN Oasis in the desert— This 3 bdrm., 2 bath double wide Mobile Home on large fenced lot. Mature trees and shrubs all around. IN THE COUNTRY Live in luxury — Peace and Quiet too, on IV4 acre. Beautiful view of Las Vegas. This 2550 square foot "Owner Built" custom home has extras too numerous to mention. Covered by 1 year buyer's protection plan. DONT PAY RENT Build up equity — 3 bdrm., IH bath Mobile Home on fenced in grassy lot. Owner would trade for house. HENDERSON New Spanish Style Home with wrought iron entrance way. Lovely Slump Stone fireplace —Gas A Woodbuming in the family room. Five tons of air with central unit Dual: Gas A Electric. Sunken living Rm.. Formal Dining Rm. Large Laundry Rm., Kitchen w-pantry. 1,860 Sq. Ft. Living Space. Two fiiU baths. Two car garage. S65-8731 — 964-2765 evenings. BOULDER CITY Beautifiil. Boulder City Mansion, near the golf course. This lovely home has 4 bedrooms, 2 full and 2 half baths. Fireplace with conversation pit Formal Dining room Custom kitchen with pantry • Private pool with Jacuizi Gas Heated. All Brick w shake roof. Two story Custom home throughout. NO. 673. iUILDING LOT Located on Black Mountain $20,000 CASH or % Down. NO Close to golf Course. 672. ERA* The Realty Center HENDEIUON 7tMIM731 LAS VEGAS TW-TJMMl Q 40 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRIMMING AND REMOVING TREES. Serving Henderson area 283-2115. H ACRE NEAR NAVAHO LAKE UTAH 83850. 2*3-302*. B.C. FOR RENT: 885 El Camino Way, B.C. 3 bdrm., 2 bth, former model kome. Carpet, drapes, garage. Children A pets OK. Avail. 8-23-78. 8810. Ph. 7364880. LIGHT HAULING, Cheap, fast and responsible. Free Estimates. 2*3-8016. B.C. FOR RENT, in B.C. 3 bdrm.. family room, fireplace, 2 baths. Villa Del Prade home. 8550 mo. plus deposit. 2*3-1423. B.C. BOY WANTED for yard work. Trimming, mowing, etc. Ph. S65-S359 before or after 2. JEFF'S DECORATING SERVICE PHinting • wall papering • interior exterior RALPH S65-0S71 Bonded k licenstil For tale: 14 170 Mobile kome Like aew. Used II mo. while buildiag new bouse. 2 bdrm.. 2 bth, 3H ton AC. skirting, A lie downs. Coat I16,00t. Sell for 814,000. Will move. 565-6871 or S84-1M2. • VEGAS TYPEWRITER RE PAIR 1801 E. Sahara. Las Vegas 735-7325. Our specially, used, rehulll typewriters. Satisfacllon guiranteed. HELP WANTED: Peat Ceatrol Raate pertoa for Hendtrton Boulder City area. If not eiperieaced, will train Ph DOES YOl'R BATHROOM >1ARLITE NEED REPIAC\S(r Iree Esdmatrs. SM 21*1 Hdn EXPERIENCED NURSES AID. Potltloat open for experienced Nartet Aide. Excelleal benefits and wages. B.C. Care Center. 2*3-3151. 10 good used Hoover Uprights. 5 used KIrbys. All w-6 mos. guarantee. Priced right at A-lVaenum, 4*12 S. Eastern 4a-7773. Used Rainbow vacuum w water pickup. Complete W above floor tools. $125. And many more. A-1 Vacuum, 4(12 S. Eastern. 456-7773. GL.IZIER NEEDED Call Kelly Glass Co. 451-5153. L V. SUNLIT STUDIO. Fenced for FIdo. Free util. *15S. Prestige Rentals, 457-4733 I have funds available for loan and or investment in Henderson Boulder City area. For details send a brief description to Box 815AA. Henderson. Nev. 8801S. PROFESSIONAL OFFICE SPACE for rent. Excellent downtown location 2*3-2144 or 293-4950. B.C I N License No. 32019563 J & R HOME MAINTENANCE • Home Repairs • No Job too Small • Special Rates for Senior Citixens 648-8252 or 564-2517 anytime. MOMI NEED TO SEU YOUR HOUSE? WE Will BUY IT NOWl 293-1613 G *. "Curly" SmitS, Int. FOR SALE. 1*78 Balnbridge Mobile Home. 2 bdrms, very nice. 283-2514. B.C. FOR RENT: 3 bdrm. Fenced yd. 8375. me. Isl. last, plus security deposit. Kidt A peU ok. S85-P167. Hdn. FOR RENT 3 bedroom, IV4 bath bonie. Avaiable BOW. Call Black Mountain Realty ... 564-2727. [g iHorrrll JSfaltg """"^ Telephone 565-8916 SAN EOUARDO HORSE RANCHO Mission Hills Fully Customiied Luxury Home has every conceivable extra plus much Energy Saving capability. Magnincent view ofentire valley. Beautiful stone work and unique see-thru flreplace IMMACULATE FAMILY HOME Federal Street Super Location in qgiet area Newly painted in A out. some new carpet and tile. Patio, concrete block wall fence, built In BBQ. See this lovely home! WARM SPRINGS RANCHO! Near Resort Area. Nearly new 24x52 Mobile Home on 5 fenced acres. Horse Corral, Private Well For a good buy on this Mini-Estate. Call David Crine evenings at 565-6095. GOOD FH A ASSUMPTION. .See this Valley View's bedroom. l>4bath. Family Home. Has fenced yard with extra good RV or Boat Storage. Nice covered patio CONDOMINIUM. Scarce 2 Bedroom End Unit with maximum privacy Nice condition and owner motivated to sell Call EInora Turner evenings at 565-9393 TRAILER ESTATES MOBILE A LOT. Super finandnR at 94% by owner with reasonable down View lot. fenced. Updated Home with Add-on. lovely flreplace. Call Roy Kibbee evenings at 565-7926. PRICE REDUCEDOVER 83.088!! Near West World Zoned for Horses Custom Home with Large View Lt Finish the unfinished family room and save Priced in mid-slxtles ind owners must sell! FORCED SALE .. LEAVING AREA. Besutlf^l Custom Home with Exceptional View. Acre lot with Horse Corral See this and make offer. PARTY HOUSE WITH RUMPUS ROOM. Wet Bar, BeautifUl Stone Fireplace, plus 4 bedrooms, 1^ bath in excellent Highland Hills location. Has a new FHA Appraisal THIS IS OUR FINEST. Middleton Street near Golf Course If you want the best, this is it! One third acre fenced with decorative block Full custom home in the 8100,000 range and darn well worth ill See it! EXCEPTIONAL LAND BUYS. 5 acre view parcel in Section 8. Owner extremely motivated to sell! Also 3 1.25 acre parcels in Section 4 with beautiful views. INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY. 2 5 Acres on Sunset nttr Boulder Highway Has a 15.000 sq ft building that is adaptable to many uses This can be an excellent opportunity .. call Peg Cole at S6516 or evenings at 564-1754 "EVALYN MORREU ..BROKER" AHer Hoart-Cail: Peggy\:ole a88-17S4 Elaora Taraer _J8B-SI81 David Cri ae Roy Kibbee 42 WATil ST., HENDERSON, NEVADA S6S-I9I6 FOR RENT: Rcceatly remod eled 2 bdrm. Big yardAC, Swamp cooler, la Headerson. Call 293-2515 before 18 a.m. or after 18 p.m. LOST: Old Eagllib Sheepdog. 1 blue-1 brown eye. Female, t yrt. old. Very tmall.Vlcially Ziac St. No. collar. Aatwen to "Miggie Mae" 584-2581, Eit. lU. Hdn. ^'^^ArtAawrtrt^w^^^^^^^^^^A^^w^w^^, BLACKMOUNTAIN PLUMBING millllCNMGf MIMWSc LOW RATES ^ • SEWER & DRAIN LINES CLfANEO • ^ f AUCETS • GARBAGE DISPOSALS • / NEW l-IXTUREb IMSTALLEO COMMIICIAl ilSIOINIIAt 565-6749 f^*^^f^*^***^^^^l^f^*^^^^^>^^f^^^f^^*^^^*/^ • • Executive Office THE PROPERTY PEOPLE MAITOI lOUAl Housmo Executive A Sales Office: 18 Water Street. Henderson NV 89015 564-2515 Bra;ich Sales Office 1636 Nevada Hichway. BC NV 89005 MLS MUtTirii USTINO SISVICI 293-2151 Duane Laubach 565-8887 Jackie Wooldrldge, Mgr 584-13*3 Gary Robinson 56V8081 Rosa Berwick 585-0747 Barbara Marshall S85-K40 Byron Graham 283-1447 Blllv Grainger 283-1007 Bill Camp 588-8330 OriN 9 AM.6 PM DAILY I 10-4 SUNDAYS j PITTMAN Newly paved ttreeto eahaace the valae of thlt aal^ae property. Historic rehahed maaoairy balMlag, plat 8 baildlag loto. At aa iaveatmeat, tkc patoatlal It gaol tad the owaer will carry Call Rota 184-8818 or evoa. M84V47. STABTEB HOME Beoav 8 bedroom. Z Ml batb boaM. large back yard with rear aceett. Ceatral beat and air coadltloalag, PLUS tiagle car garage. All for oaly 848,8M. aad aeller will pay poiato. Call Roaa 584-U18 or evet. SM4T47. I HIGHLAND HILU If you are ready to locate la Headeraoa't alCMl aelghhorhood, yoa caa aow chaaae from oar flac aelectloa of lovely hoBtet. All taper cleaa aad alee; BUT each dUfereat ia ito owa apeelal way. We caa help yoa flad TOUR • igbtoad Hllla home TODAY. Call Booa 184-8815 or evet. 804747. A88UMEABLE LOAN 3 Bedroom, fkacod yard. Ideal far laiall ehlldrca aad yoor pctt. The price It right at 847,988. CALL NOW Byroa S84-U15 or evea. 888-1447. LOW. LOW Utility bills come with thlt cattoa I k4raom Niiiloa HiUt home. OB aa acre lot. Thia heaatlfbl kome baa been boilt with animate eaergy coaaervatioa la miad. If yoa are leaklag far a larger koaae. larger lot aad lower aUUtr MUa. Call ut taoB for year appt. 184-1815 or evet. 1884747. VERY INEXPENSIVE Daa't let the price fool yoa. Thit home has 1,880 s^aare feet of Uviag space. Priced at 888,888. Call Gary 884-8518 or evet 585-6881. LIKE NEW New carpeting and paint give ytu tbe Illusion of being in a new home. 3 bedroom. 1 bath with a fireplace and fully laadtcaped yard. Priced at 848,860. Call Gary 584-2515 or evet. 585-8681 87,880 ASSUMPTION A atoMte home oa lU owa lot with 1,888 aq ft of llvlag apace. If yoa are Itoklag far a cheap paytaeat aad aa apace reat thlt It for yoa at 8881. ftt moath Call today 584-2515 or evet. S85-8881. REAL CLASS If yoa arc laaUag ftr a aalqae koaK oa t large lot yoa matt tee thlt Spaaitk ttyled Cattom hoaK. Thit home overlookt the eaUrc Lat Vegu Valley tad white yoa arc stood lag oa oac of Ita maay hakoalct yoa arlll he able to tee the lighU of Us Vegtt tparhliag ID the background. Call fer dctolls 164-2515 or eves 585-8861 RECREATIONAL PROPERTY NEAR THE COLORADO RIVER We kavc a large parcel for a groap of lavetton. Call for detoll 884-1818 or evet iSASSSl. BUILDING LOTS Sec No n -116.880 to 118,880. Mission Hills 818.880.88 R-l Lou Four (4) lots fbr 848,888.(8 Call Gary for lafe 584-2515 or evet S5-(881. THE COMFORTS OF HOME described thit 4 bedroom. \% bath veiy muck Improved Towatite home. 12il5dlaiag room. 15i20llviag room, 12i 2* Matter bedroom. Nicely laadtcaped Barbecue pit. patio, carport •mite, ttorage add to thlt hornet DESI RE ABI LIT Y Call today 584-2815 IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY It thU coiy home 3 bedroom, 1 batb Feaced yard aad family aelghborboad. If yoa have a flair ftr decoration, thli home holda fbr yoa maay opportaaittet Call today 584-2515 YOU'LL GET THAT RANCH ESTATE FEELING From thlt 2 ttory boate oa 1 acre laaed for boraet. Eitn I^lataUtloa A %
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^f^^mmmmmm iff 3 iti*\i 0 'j m ij! m m ?%an 3-rr n • -fW. 'lFi' g 'f 'f ... ^ w m • • I ^^—^^n^H Hertersii Hoaw NgiL'&*Btl*nuMi Nevada Page 10 •BUYING • SELLING • TRADING • SERVICES Taeidiy, October t, terfiT'-" JOB ^UCFCnua /Tv3C2::7tr7 OPPORTUNITIES STARS Of TOMORROW ARE MING BORN TODAY H AT DANCE THEATRE WEST Why go to Las Vegas j when the best is right i here. Call after August' 1st to register for Fall Classes. Jazi-Tap-Gymnostjct and Ballet Storting ogt 2 tup 293 3677 WANTED: LP.N. n M.A. far Dwicr'i Oflke. ExpcreiBcc re^ilred. CMd talary A beMflU. Call SM-IZM. HdB. FOB SALE: 1I7 Seutbweit Raiger Canpc*' w-cleao Cabever. Perta Potty, dec. refrigeraUr, itere-oven, 4 • e Jacks, plckap camper tic dowat, tide aeuat di• ctte, elec. cenvertcr. $17M. Pk. S43ai. HdB. BAR. LAND. HOUSE, 4 MOBILE HONE Nm arallih Me ia biy HepdcrMB CM>merclal area. Laid it apfrex. H acre. Bar ii biy 24 bear •peratlea eatabliibed tiacc IMS. Uceated for II (let macblaea A always baiy. Easy terms weadeiftl apportaaity far pregresiivemladcd aperatlea. Call Ceasaiidatcd Bealty 732-MM. evcaiagi call Nike at 73M7t. lARRY'S APPUANC SERVICE Repair all make* of kitchen A laaadry appliaaca Free lobricaat Jab. All work gaaraatecd. 873-7016 •W Cbev. fV for tale, raat good. Call m-MI. after S B.C. Arc you living with a Drinklag problem?? If to. why aot try Al-Anon. Meetingt are Tact., I* a.m. St. Timothy's Episcopal Cbarch. Tact., 8J6 pm. aab. SI Water St., Wed. 8 p.m. St Rote de Lima HotplUl. For more informatioa,callSM-IM3. NEW HOME (Lewis) $S,000 down No qaalifyittg 3 Bdrm.. 2 Bth.. dM. garage, fenced, draped. Can be partially fnrnithed. Call | S5-<3M ELECTRICAL [All Typet Small-Urge ^24-Rr. Emergency Service— I By BOUR or CONTRAa FREE ESTIMATES 453-2877 or 64-343 STORAGE ALL TYPES BOAT"BARN| 565-6966 B.C. TOWNHOUSE for tale or lease. 2 bdrm., fireplace, laaadry room, yard and carport. $400 per month. No peto. 283-3302. B.C. WOMEN'S BIBLE STUDY INTERDENOMINATIONAL Every Wednesday at 10 A.M. 805 UUh St. Free babysitting and refrethmeata. If yon arc a newconwr to Boalder City, come make new friends. Phoac 2834184. HELP! Have S ppp(t ML HUb. A V, Shepherd. FREE TO GOOD HOME. Doat waat to take tkcB to tkc poaaA S8S-8888 after 4:Mpji.Hd>. LARGE REDECORATED I bdrm., 2 bath hoac Ibr rest ia Valley View. No pcta.8ni per BO. plat 818e lecarity dep. AvalL iauMdlately. CaU 488-7787 or SS4m after S PJL FOR 8AUE: 8 mac. old Peek-aPoo. 888. t2M valae a female Gcrmaa Skepherd. 8 Btoo. old. 8tS. Ph. 884-3811 Hda. y —oo#oos^ Rosecrest CobinetS/Inc HENDERSON, NEVADA Cystom KJtchens 565-7472 BY OWNER • Clean 3 bdrm.. plat dea. 1% bath, dbl. garage, matare laadacaping, antomatic tpriaklert, block fcace, covered patio, alee Bcighbarbood, olT Decatar, cloic to ichooU A thopping. 888,888. 848-2248 evealDgt. For Sale By Owner: ASSUME 7^% LOAN. Chism Home. 2 yr. old. 3 bdrm., 1^ bath, fenced back yard, auto, sprinkler A more. Ph. 584-1282. Hdn. FOR SALE: Samoyed pappiet. 8 wka. aid. 5M-1833. Hdn. NOW OPEN BOULDER JET SKI 414 Nevada Highway B.C. 293-0102 BOULDER JET SKI RENTALS AND SALES LET US DO IT FOR TOU. aeaaiag, meadlag, gardtalag, etc. Aay type of prelect coatidcrcd. Pleaie call 288-4818. B.C. F0R8ALE: Nearly aew wiadow AC. Eicel. Coadltlta. Call 381-48S2,betwecaStadL FREE TO GOOD HOME • 8 wka. old Spriager Spaalel pappiet. 8B8-1U7. B.C WANTED: Maid. Matt apyly la pertoB. Beat Westera Motel. 85 Lake Mead. Hdn. LOTS FOR SALE: SectioB 27, 3 choice H acre lots w-view, 584-1485. HOUSE FOR RENT, 3 bdrm., 2 bath. Call 287-U47 or (213) 3384474. NEW Felper Bay State Dretter Masonry Block A Brick Saw. 14". New. Matt tacriflce. 8858. Firm. 5854848. M0VIMC8ALB Oct. 12. U A 14th 8 a.BL to 5 p JL Ma^r hMudMM IteaH. Parallare, elothlag. etc. 148 WettaUaifter War No.B.Hda^Ne. I ADVERTISERS] ^ PLEASE PROOF j Your ad the first day*!' in case an error oc-r curs. The Hendersoa'T: Home News will as-f; sume no responsibjl-• ity after the first day of j.' publication. Error | claims must be made I immediately. ^ BOULDER ELEaWC Licensed, bonded, insured. •JLic No 15187 : Call 293-109 7 or 293 4W9 SHAKLEE PRODUaS Rhoda D. Hagadone Authorized Distributor 293-4350 B.C. Well Call On You" Bob Olsen Realty & Insurance Inc. H Realtor-}tLS ^>(' ^ 6 Water St., Hendenonl^T •lAlTOI 564-1831 OWNER SACRinCE 3 Br. with Family Room and Iota of eitru, iadadiag BItck wall, eacloted front yard, Cloae to tchooli. Cttm caMBcto. Owner will carry naaaciag. Goad Teraia Oaly 848^80. LIVING IN HENDERSON AND WOREING IN LAS VEGAS? We have a beaatiftal 4 Bedroom, 3 Bath home with Jacioi pool, garage, large Fatally room, tplit level home with tlidlBg glatt daort to ontdoor UWag area, doable lot all eacloted with 5' block wall, carKdag, drapea, 41akwaaher, garbage ditpaaal, aad bett of all, it't vacaat tad ready fkroccapaacy today. It't oaly 18 miaatetf^omdowBtowa, elotc to aa off ramp of the (leeway. Call today for detaila. JUST USTED 2 Bedroom towahoate, trtt from yard work or oattidc BiaiBteaaace, plat the pool. Instead of renting, tee at today aboat bnyiag. Near tchoolt A downtown. Call today. Towahoatct tell iut. HIGH ABOVE TOWN 3 Bdr.. Near Golf Coarte A Park. Eieelleat locatioa. WeU landacapcd, eatily aulataiaed, with tpriaklert. Block Wall. Covered patio. Either caah oat or reflaaace. Seller traaaierrcd. Fatt poeaeuioa. PANORAMIC VIEW ALL THE EXTRAS la thit lovely cnsUm home located oa aa acre plaa. 3 Br., 2 Fall baths. Large flalthed garage. Fireplace, 2 Patioa, Laadry room. Good Coaatry Uviag. Lou of Expertite workmtnthip, with room for Pool, BV or Boat Parking. 4UICX CASH our 4 Br.. 1 aad K bath with over 1888 tq. R., apgraded carpeting, fireplace, family room, coaatry ityie kitchea, Jacinl pool, large doable garage, eacloaed yard with iprlaUer tyttem. aote to tchoolt, Park aad Golf Coarte. Call for details aad appoiatateat to tee. Aaaame old low iatereot loaa. ROOM FOR THE FAMILY AND ONLY 852,588. In this 4 Br., 2 Bath with water tofteaer, range, refrigerator, wuhcr A Dryer, tpriakler tyttem tnat aad rear. Feaced yard, workabop. Large yard aad cloae la Batic High, at well u Eleaieataiy Schoolt. Call todty. 3 BDBM. VALLEY VIEW Tutefblly decorated with loU of paaellag, Fireplace, earpetlBg A drapet. Large covered patio leada U boaBtifblly Uadacaped yard plaa tnU treee. aote U tchool. Ideal Faatlly iaveatmeat, plaa good Uviag. COMMERCTAL: 8J8 ACRES ON BOVLDEB HIGHWAY with oae IT X ST Block bBlMlkg aad aaother 48* X 85' Steel Balidla(. Good Highway Froatage, with Feaced Storuc Yard. Ceatral locatioa Good Tcnat Availabte. CORNEB LOT WITH POOL AND SPA Completely eaclaoed with Block WaU. thlt lovely home la aitlBtleally decorated throaghoat, plat a beaatlfhl view of the iraliey, Cloac U achoob aad Park. 3 Bdrm., I aad % batha. Coaatry Harrett thcd kltckea, ftadly rooa, 2 ear garage, flee to appreciate. Terau, Aaaame or Reflaaace YoarChaicc. ONE ACRE LOT ready fbr balMlag with aeptic tuk !•ttalled, water and AU UtiUtlco. 818,888. FIVE ACRES: High oa Black Moaatala. Oaly 8tt,S88. fbr eatire paiccL TERMS AVAILABLE. -MTER HOURS CALL JEANVE A OLSEN DE MARCO BROKER S04-2772 PETER J OLSEN, SALESMAN 565-9425 VIRGIL McKINNEY. SALESMAN...; .565-M81 JANET SHAW, SALESMAN XMOtS LORIN WILUAMS, SALESMAN S4^S853 PAULINE • TINA WILUAMS. SALESMAN SM-56S3 MICHAEL P BERGEMEYER. salejman ^^^^XM MAlTOn SatVMS TMIMMBON AKA Nil N^UiS I JEANNE A OLS EN DEMARCO, BROKER l-i Roynilds citctricil • EiyiMirMf (o.^ MCV • H iMMfNrti posinoM CVMMMt fli ilv> NtvMi Tost ihtf MtfCMY/ NtviM* SECRETARY Any cambiutioB of training and experience equivalent to high ichooi gradnation pint specialixed training in •ecretarial conrteo lach at atenog-^ raphy, typing and office machinef, and 1 year of secretarial experience. Special Qnaliflcationi: Ability to take dictation at M words per nlnote with 3 errors or lets and to type 50 net words per minute. Rate of pay i $5.13 per hoar pins subaitfence. VARI-TYPt AND LAY-OUT nCHMOAN Any coinbination of training and experience eqni-; valent to high tchool gradnation plus 2 yean of' experience in the ase of differential spacing modcT^ varl-type mKhines and lay-oat work. QUALITY CONTROL ENGINEER College degree in Mechanical Engineering and S years profMsional quality control experience. SEMOR ENGINEER, EUCTRKAL College degree In Electrical Engineering plna a minimam of six years professional experience in estimating in the building construction industry. SEMOR ACCOUNTANT Any combination of training and experience eqoivalent to college graduation in scconnting (or bati^ ness administration) and 4 years of professional accoanting experience. Position requires subotanllaf,, experience of an administrative-supenisory nataricl' in all areas of accounting, including ADP •ysteaft; for Job coat distribntion, invenUries and capttai-. equipment, and general accounting. Expoaure to government contract accounti ng and Coot Account_ ing Standards Board requirements desirshle^ j Negotiable salary |l<,675.e0 to |M,2U.5B. Liberal fringe benefits. Replies held confldear ti>I. Must be a U.S. citlien. a EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER M-F, 1 Send Resames to: Ms. Trodle L Sainey, M-S 5<7 2501 Wyandotte Las Vegas, NV 89102 Telephone (702) 7S4-3291 REECO RnmoMs Eltctrtnl & Eiiginttfiii COL. in<.',' ^^ ilM M^^ W^p, extra storage, RV parking plus carport, covered patio, fenced yard. Terrific Henderson Location. $56,900. Financing avail. Call 451-6222 or evenings 870-6861. B ak%%%%-ww .% %%%>m i i%%m% %% \a %%%V B B^^ FBEE: Nice paper cartoni. Good for moving A storage. 565-8112. SCOTT'S BACKBOE SEBVICE.S64-3660 after 5. 0 S endmon phoistefu lA/e spedais in everyvii|f •CUSTOM FURNITURE •AUTO 'BOATS •COMMERCIAL Ea^ Fay Financing Available, Ask about our M Days Interest Free Pay• IB w" PACinC • HENDERSON youneea to know in Real Estate: tlKTHOMC RtAlIV • ASSOCIATIS HDN.: 565-8731 117 ATLANTIC L.V.: 736-8551 [ EASY ASSUMPTION Move in today. Large 2 Story Home in the Hills. Family Room with Brick fireplace. Four bedrooms, two A \4 Baths. 2 Car Garage. No Qualifying. THIS HOME IS FURNISHED Hard to believe the price is only $43,500. Terrific buy on this 2 bedroom home located close to Water St. Ideal for small family or a couple. Can walk A save gas from this location. HOME SWEET HOME for just $28,900. A lovely Mobile home on its own lot. l/j Acre in Beautiful Henderson Trailer Estates. 2 Bedroom and a Familyroom. You can't beat this maintenance free living at this low price. 1 Year Buyer Protection Plan Included. NO. 569. WITHIN BLACK MOUNTAIN GOLF COURSE Beautiful Home Fruit Trees in the Backyard. 4 Bedroom, 1V Bath. Dining Area. 1250 sq. ft. Fireplace. NO. 655. 2 BEDROOM, 1 BATH TOWNSITE in nice location, plenty of shade trees all for $37,500. SHADIEST PLACE IN TOWN Oasis in the desert— This 3 bdrm., 2 bath double wide Mobile Home on large fenced lot. Mature trees and shrubs all around. IN THE COUNTRY Live in luxury — Peace and Quiet too, on IV4 acre. Beautiful view of Las Vegas. This 2550 square foot "Owner Built" custom home has extras too numerous to mention. Covered by 1 year buyer's protection plan. DONT PAY RENT Build up equity — 3 bdrm., IH bath Mobile Home on fenced in grassy lot. Owner would trade for house. HENDERSON New Spanish Style Home with wrought iron entrance way. Lovely Slump Stone fireplace —Gas A Woodbuming in the family room. Five tons of air with central unit Dual: Gas A Electric. Sunken living Rm.. Formal Dining Rm. Large Laundry Rm., Kitchen w-pantry. 1,860 Sq. Ft. Living Space. Two fiiU baths. Two car garage. S65-8731 — 964-2765 evenings. BOULDER CITY Beautifiil. Boulder City Mansion, near the golf course. This lovely home has 4 bedrooms, 2 full and 2 half baths. Fireplace with conversation pit Formal Dining room Custom kitchen with pantry • Private pool with Jacuizi Gas Heated. All Brick w shake roof. Two story Custom home throughout. NO. 673. iUILDING LOT Located on Black Mountain $20,000 CASH or % Down. NO Close to golf Course. 672. ERA* The Realty Center HENDEIUON 7tMIM731 LAS VEGAS TW-TJMMl Q 40 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRIMMING AND REMOVING TREES. Serving Henderson area 283-2115. H ACRE NEAR NAVAHO LAKE UTAH 83850. 2*3-302*. B.C. FOR RENT: 885 El Camino Way, B.C. 3 bdrm., 2 bth, former model kome. Carpet, drapes, garage. Children A pets OK. Avail. 8-23-78. 8810. Ph. 7364880. LIGHT HAULING, Cheap, fast and responsible. Free Estimates. 2*3-8016. B.C. FOR RENT, in B.C. 3 bdrm.. family room, fireplace, 2 baths. Villa Del Prade home. 8550 mo. plus deposit. 2*3-1423. B.C. BOY WANTED for yard work. Trimming, mowing, etc. Ph. S65-S359 before or after 2. JEFF'S DECORATING SERVICE PHinting • wall papering • interior exterior RALPH S65-0S71 Bonded k licenstil For tale: 14 170 Mobile kome Like aew. Used II mo. while buildiag new bouse. 2 bdrm.. 2 bth, 3H ton AC. skirting, A lie downs. Coat I16,00t. Sell for 814,000. Will move. 565-6871 or S84-1M2. • VEGAS TYPEWRITER RE PAIR 1801 E. Sahara. Las Vegas 735-7325. Our specially, used, rehulll typewriters. Satisfacllon guiranteed. HELP WANTED: Peat Ceatrol Raate pertoa for Hendtrton Boulder City area. If not eiperieaced, will train Ph DOES YOl'R BATHROOM >1ARLITE NEED REPIAC\S(r Iree Esdmatrs. SM 21*1 Hdn EXPERIENCED NURSES AID. Potltloat open for experienced Nartet Aide. Excelleal benefits and wages. B.C. Care Center. 2*3-3151. 10 good used Hoover Uprights. 5 used KIrbys. All w-6 mos. guarantee. Priced right at A-lVaenum, 4*12 S. Eastern 4a-7773. Used Rainbow vacuum w water pickup. Complete W above floor tools. $125. And many more. A-1 Vacuum, 4(12 S. Eastern. 456-7773. GL.IZIER NEEDED Call Kelly Glass Co. 451-5153. L V. SUNLIT STUDIO. Fenced for FIdo. Free util. *15S. Prestige Rentals, 457-4733 I have funds available for loan and or investment in Henderson Boulder City area. For details send a brief description to Box 815AA. Henderson. Nev. 8801S. PROFESSIONAL OFFICE SPACE for rent. Excellent downtown location 2*3-2144 or 293-4950. B.C I N License No. 32019563 J & R HOME MAINTENANCE • Home Repairs • No Job too Small • Special Rates for Senior Citixens 648-8252 or 564-2517 anytime. MOMI NEED TO SEU YOUR HOUSE? WE Will BUY IT NOWl 293-1613 G *. "Curly" SmitS, Int. FOR SALE. 1*78 Balnbridge Mobile Home. 2 bdrms, very nice. 283-2514. B.C. FOR RENT: 3 bdrm. Fenced yd. 8375. me. Isl. last, plus security deposit. Kidt A peU ok. S85-P167. Hdn. FOR RENT 3 bedroom, IV4 bath bonie. Avaiable BOW. Call Black Mountain Realty ... 564-2727. [g iHorrrll JSfaltg """"^ Telephone 565-8916 SAN EOUARDO HORSE RANCHO Mission Hills Fully Customiied Luxury Home has every conceivable extra plus much Energy Saving capability. Magnincent view ofentire valley. Beautiful stone work and unique see-thru flreplace IMMACULATE FAMILY HOME Federal Street Super Location in qgiet area Newly painted in A out. some new carpet and tile. Patio, concrete block wall fence, built In BBQ. See this lovely home! WARM SPRINGS RANCHO! Near Resort Area. Nearly new 24x52 Mobile Home on 5 fenced acres. Horse Corral, Private Well For a good buy on this Mini-Estate. Call David Crine evenings at 565-6095. GOOD FH A ASSUMPTION. .See this Valley View's bedroom. l>4bath. Family Home. Has fenced yard with extra good RV or Boat Storage. Nice covered patio CONDOMINIUM. Scarce 2 Bedroom End Unit with maximum privacy Nice condition and owner motivated to sell Call EInora Turner evenings at 565-9393 TRAILER ESTATES MOBILE A LOT. Super finandnR at 94% by owner with reasonable down View lot. fenced. Updated Home with Add-on. lovely flreplace. Call Roy Kibbee evenings at 565-7926. PRICE REDUCEDOVER 83.088!! Near West World Zoned for Horses Custom Home with Large View Lt Finish the unfinished family room and save Priced in mid-slxtles ind owners must sell! FORCED SALE .. LEAVING AREA. Besutlf^l Custom Home with Exceptional View. Acre lot with Horse Corral See this and make offer. PARTY HOUSE WITH RUMPUS ROOM. Wet Bar, BeautifUl Stone Fireplace, plus 4 bedrooms, 1^ bath in excellent Highland Hills location. Has a new FHA Appraisal THIS IS OUR FINEST. Middleton Street near Golf Course If you want the best, this is it! One third acre fenced with decorative block Full custom home in the 8100,000 range and darn well worth ill See it! EXCEPTIONAL LAND BUYS. 5 acre view parcel in Section 8. Owner extremely motivated to sell! Also 3 1.25 acre parcels in Section 4 with beautiful views. INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY. 2 5 Acres on Sunset nttr Boulder Highway Has a 15.000 sq ft building that is adaptable to many uses This can be an excellent opportunity .. call Peg Cole at S6516 or evenings at 564-1754 "EVALYN MORREU ..BROKER" AHer Hoart-Cail: Peggy\:ole a88-17S4 Elaora Taraer _J8B-SI81 David Cri ae Roy Kibbee 42 WATil ST., HENDERSON, NEVADA S6S-I9I6 FOR RENT: Rcceatly remod eled 2 bdrm. Big yardAC, Swamp cooler, la Headerson. Call 293-2515 before 18 a.m. or after 18 p.m. LOST: Old Eagllib Sheepdog. 1 blue-1 brown eye. Female, t yrt. old. Very tmall.Vlcially Ziac St. No. collar. Aatwen to "Miggie Mae" 584-2581, Eit. lU. Hdn. ^'^^ArtAawrtrt^w^^^^^^^^^^A^^w^w^^, BLACKMOUNTAIN PLUMBING millllCNMGf MIMWSc LOW RATES ^ • SEWER & DRAIN LINES CLfANEO • ^ f AUCETS • GARBAGE DISPOSALS • / NEW l-IXTUREb IMSTALLEO COMMIICIAl ilSIOINIIAt 565-6749 f^*^^f^*^***^^^^l^f^*^^^^^>^^f^^^f^^*^^^*/^ • • Executive Office THE PROPERTY PEOPLE MAITOI lOUAl Housmo Executive A Sales Office: 18 Water Street. Henderson NV 89015 564-2515 Bra;ich Sales Office 1636 Nevada Hichway. BC NV 89005 MLS MUtTirii USTINO SISVICI 293-2151 Duane Laubach 565-8887 Jackie Wooldrldge, Mgr 584-13*3 Gary Robinson 56V8081 Rosa Berwick 585-0747 Barbara Marshall S85-K40 Byron Graham 283-1447 Blllv Grainger 283-1007 Bill Camp 588-8330 OriN 9 AM.6 PM DAILY I 10-4 SUNDAYS j PITTMAN Newly paved ttreeto eahaace the valae of thlt aal^ae property. Historic rehahed maaoairy balMlag, plat 8 baildlag loto. At aa iaveatmeat, tkc patoatlal It gaol tad the owaer will carry Call Rota 184-8818 or evoa. M84V47. STABTEB HOME Beoav 8 bedroom. Z Ml batb boaM. large back yard with rear aceett. Ceatral beat and air coadltloalag, PLUS tiagle car garage. All for oaly 848,8M. aad aeller will pay poiato. Call Roaa 584-U18 or evet. SM4T47. I HIGHLAND HILU If you are ready to locate la Headeraoa't alCMl aelghhorhood, yoa caa aow chaaae from oar flac aelectloa of lovely hoBtet. All taper cleaa aad alee; BUT each dUfereat ia ito owa apeelal way. We caa help yoa flad TOUR • igbtoad Hllla home TODAY. Call Booa 184-8815 or evet. 804747. A88UMEABLE LOAN 3 Bedroom, fkacod yard. Ideal far laiall ehlldrca aad yoor pctt. The price It right at 847,988. CALL NOW Byroa S84-U15 or evea. 888-1447. LOW. LOW Utility bills come with thlt cattoa I k4raom Niiiloa HiUt home. OB aa acre lot. Thia heaatlfbl kome baa been boilt with animate eaergy coaaervatioa la miad. If yoa are leaklag far a larger koaae. larger lot aad lower aUUtr MUa. Call ut taoB for year appt. 184-1815 or evet. 1884747. VERY INEXPENSIVE Daa't let the price fool yoa. Thit home has 1,880 s^aare feet of Uviag space. Priced at 888,888. Call Gary 884-8518 or evet 585-6881. LIKE NEW New carpeting and paint give ytu tbe Illusion of being in a new home. 3 bedroom. 1 bath with a fireplace and fully laadtcaped yard. Priced at 848,860. Call Gary 584-2515 or evet. 585-8681 87,880 ASSUMPTION A atoMte home oa lU owa lot with 1,888 aq ft of llvlag apace. If yoa are Itoklag far a cheap paytaeat aad aa apace reat thlt It for yoa at 8881. ftt moath Call today 584-2515 or evet. S85-8881. REAL CLASS If yoa arc laaUag ftr a aalqae koaK oa t large lot yoa matt tee thlt Spaaitk ttyled Cattom hoaK. Thit home overlookt the eaUrc Lat Vegu Valley tad white yoa arc stood lag oa oac of Ita maay hakoalct yoa arlll he able to tee the lighU of Us Vegtt tparhliag ID the background. Call fer dctolls 164-2515 or eves 585-8861 RECREATIONAL PROPERTY NEAR THE COLORADO RIVER We kavc a large parcel for a groap of lavetton. Call for detoll 884-1818 or evet iSASSSl. BUILDING LOTS Sec No n -116.880 to 118,880. Mission Hills 818.880.88 R-l Lou Four (4) lots fbr 848,888.(8 Call Gary for lafe 584-2515 or evet S5-(881. THE COMFORTS OF HOME described thit 4 bedroom. \% bath veiy muck Improved Towatite home. 12il5dlaiag room. 15i20llviag room, 12i 2* Matter bedroom. Nicely laadtcaped Barbecue pit. patio, carport •mite, ttorage add to thlt hornet DESI RE ABI LIT Y Call today 584-2815 IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY It thU coiy home 3 bedroom, 1 batb Feaced yard aad family aelghborboad. If yoa have a flair ftr decoration, thli home holda fbr yoa maay opportaaittet Call today 584-2515 YOU'LL GET THAT RANCH ESTATE FEELING From thlt 2 ttory boate oa 1 acre laaed for boraet. Eitn I^lataUtloa A %
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• T ^ Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada • UYING • SELIINC • TRADING • SERVICES • JOB OPPORTUNITIES PageU Taetday. October t, IWt \ ipooooooeooooooooooooooQoi 1 HENDERSON DAY CARE CENTER Weekly Rates 202 S. Bldr. 565-9384 SMITH COIONA TYPEWUTEI SALE, M*4cli ttH, tttS. tSM fSU *ttt U, tn*. cittiic It. $141. VEGAS TYPEWlITEt lEPAII. IMl E. Sthara. •m-im. IF YOU WANT A DEPENDABLE SHOW, picitarc, *Mi trail hrie, Bafnet ii far aalc. Ig. Appalaou geldiag, Shawn In 4H-N8BA. Many tUlc champiantklpa. Eaay keeper, |7M. tU-4Xn. B.C. WHAT IS QUALITY PAINTING? — Thorough Prtparalioa — Flnet Nateriali — 14 Yein Eipericacc — Conscientieui WorknuBthlp FBEE ESTIMATES AFPOBOABLE BATES CALL ma. m-STM B.C. KID'S<^^DAY| vMa|t4e4e4c4e4c*9MuMt****4c*4c:^ CONTIACfOtSUCINSI NO. 10170 "X" Uy4 ltlin Tarn Uriliaaui NOW WITH FOB BBNT: Trlcau S^wrc CMito.tMniL,|lMBa.CaU SM-IIM ar IIMltl. Aak fer Pete. Bvaalaga, SM-ttT*. H4i. QUAUFIED PEB80N far garden akap. Handle keary freight. QUALIFIED NIGHT Maintenance nun. APPLY AT E Mart, SM BMr. Hwy., Hcndertaa. MEDICAL BECEPTI0NI8T wanted. Eipcrience reqairtd. Gaad salary pint hebeflto. Ph SM-UM. Hdn. HUNTEB-8 SPECIAL INZ Bancka El Bay Camp Trailer. 14 (t, aleepa 4. SM Eanaaa Avc MUM. HdB. FOB SALE: ir older boat w-7 month old 7$ HP Chrysler motor. |4,MI. Ph. SM-MIS. Hdn. MUST SELL: ll7t Ford Maverick. • cyL HM or beat ofhr. 2M-1M7. THBEE YK. OLD FEMALE WHITE POODLE w-papera AthoUforrS Ph.SVm. H^P WANTED • Penan to prepare meali far i kat-ln. No heavy work. Call tt^M7^ evei. B.C. NEW LOWEBY PIANO 4 BENCH for aale. Urge LeuBge chair w-looac cnihioni ZM-tSM. B.C. FOB SALE: 1172 Yaauha 3M. $4M. or make offer. Ph. n3-SM4. B.C. FOB BENT: Nice t btak Ttv*aite. Fenced. ftM. • •. !•• fereacca reqnired. Md-IW after l:N pm Hdn. BBAND NEW I Bdna. VlUa IM Praia hr rent •471. (Hm, last ma. dawa witk |1H eleaa. dep.) t*S-ltW or m-Mll. B.C > BROKEN WINDOWS' REPAIRED. Glaii lad* mirrort. Will insUU new* I mirrors or replace old ones. 293-Slia. ^ • *"*-'*"^'*'-*-----i*i-i FOB SALE: '74 Graa Tariao wagoa. • paaa., aato., pawcr iteerlag-krakea, air, acw npholatery, radiali. Bical. coDditioB. njm ml. IIIM. Ph. SS4M. Hdn. GBEEN StNGEB FINCHES. MF. U. pr. w-wall koldiag cage. S4-4 betweca U 4 p.B. Hda. 1174 OLDS CUTLASS SALON 921M. Oac owner car, good maiatcaaace, record at agency, veioBr iateriar, air, fall power, backet seats, radio, radial tirei, regalar gai. Ph. MS-7IS. 2, 3, 4 BEDBOOM HOMES, RENT. tM-lM or JSMSSl Jr. nSW.LAIBMBAPJHL HIPffiBBSON, NEV. Mil 564-1553. LOTS OF ROOM S Bedroom, 1^ Bath, Family Room, Fenced rear yard, On Corner Lot. BEAUTIFUL VIEW Lots in Custom Home areas. Utilities Available. WE'RE HERE TO HELP! If there is any way we can assist you in the field of Real Estate, Please don't hesiute to contact us at Basic Realty. Heradon Smith, Broker FART TIME BARTENDER WANTED Skyline Caiino 1741 Boulder Hwy. (Boalder A Saaset Bd.) Ask for Jack between II aja. it 7 p.m. FOB SALE: U ch. Used 1 time. SW-M41. HdB. CB radio. $4. Ph. t SUPSEROORNG -, looF liPAii uiomit^ ^ NiW CONSTWCTION • MOTtOOf SHAICIS SHINGUS TIU FIH HTIMATIS mi^^^is^is^^si^^ L LTR BUS DEPOT Located at Froatler Nursery | across from St. Base de Uau { Hoapital DOW hu the eicaraioD rite In effect from Hea-1 dersoD to anywhere in U.SiA. i $15. Senior Cltiiea rates | avail, ilao. CALL FBONTIEB NURSEBY SiS-Siai Why Hove A Yoni Sole? We will buy and pick-up whatever you have to sell. WE BUY, SELL AND ACCEPT CONSIGNMENTS. A aiON UaiONEERING 1100 N. Boulder Highway Phone 565-8829 GREEN VALLEYS BEST ADDRESS Green Valley Park-the best value and the best address in ttie master planned community of Green Valley Here you II discover an exciting collection of prestigious 3,4, and 5 bedroom single family homes. v f^? /. V\ f3 A Salute to our (oummunity^s ambitious woriting women as tiiey continue to meet New Ooaisintiieciiailen$in$ Woriil of Business This will be a ^Special Ad Section running during Business Women^s Week... October 15 thru K ... Being published October 18 TIlis is a clianee for your Business or Business Club to Honor their ''UKIMEIII ON TH£ 00'' DEADUNE THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11TH FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL Advertising at Henderson Home News 564^1881 or Boulder City News 293-2302 j Net. State Library yi.k Carson City, Vey/nwi %l ir y T rr.-rvntrt— Local Residents Pick World Series Winners RECEIVED OCT 171979 ^CVADA'^TATFllRPAt^Y CARSON Crn NB, By MARK PRIME (Editor*! Mte ~ The follow, inf iar?ey wai conducted Tuesday, prior to the opening game of the World Series.) Residents of Boulder City and Henderson are almost evenly split on the subject of the Worid Series this year according to a survey taken this yeek. With the annual fall classic underway, pitting the Pittsburg Pirates of the National League against the Baltimore Orioles of the American League, local people were asked this question: "Who do you think will win the World Series, and why?" The following responses were received: DEE ESTES "The Pirates. I really don't know why. I just feel they are so strong and so stable. They are solid." PHIL DELILLO "The Baltimore Orioles. I think they have better hitting and better relief pitching." ROBERT BRIGHT ""It will go to four games. The Pirates^ will win." LUCILLE DEMINT -"I think the Orioles will win, because of their pitching. They have a great bullpen." DALE FOREMAN -"Baltimore!" WtrM Series See page 2 HENDERSON I I XITiSi't INDUST&Iil eXIIIE THB COMMUNITY'S NEWSPAPER PIUS WEEKLY SHOPPERS DISPLAttNG MERCHANTS' MESSAGES TO MOST OF THE HOMES IN THE HENDERSON-BOULDER CITY AREA Dor list Tear • 7fth EditlM HENDERSON. NEVADA PHONE 564-1881 — All Doportmonts (JOOA Morninf:: Today u Thurndoy, October II, 1979 Broadbent proclaims local control of gaming industry MorrfSDory ByNo'rryZenoff "Just tell Herb and Fran Knanss we met on a ferry boat crossing fi-om Woods Hole to Martha's Vineyard (Mass.)", this husky young fellow named Jim Nelson said. Nelson and his family visited Boulder often with their friend the late Roger Fisher. Well, won't Boalder City's popular owners of the Recreation Tavern be surprised at the news since they are long time friends of the Nelson family Ken • Jim Bob who run a family restaurant in Brockton and in the summer Jim's wife Vicki runs a Moped rental service for the thousands of tourists who jam into the anique, exciting, early-Americaa history famed Martha's Vineyard. Nelioii was ferrying over tron Woods Bole to his home OB the islaad ud we Just fell into conversation. Why he among IM other passengers would have a Boulder City tiein is God's woriE, I'd say, while others caU it fate. We'll get back to the Nelsons in a future story we have underway to fit the why I was in this quaint part of the country to begin with. Has to do with Edward Kennedly, possible future president of the USA. Today's column is about the oddity of meeting home town tie-ins thousands of miles away from home. And what a pleasure it is when it happens. Within a few days later we were aboard an old sailing ship bouncing around on high seas between St. Martens and MarCooi on pagB 2 Council Sets Moratorium On Utility Ijne Construction A moratorium on the city utility line construction has been extended "indefinitely" -by the city council at an adjourned meeting held Tuesday. On July 16 thecity council declared a 90-day moratorium on utility construction by city forces. "During this tim^" City Manager Bob Campbell said. "The city has not encountered any major problems and is on the way to becoming caught up. "A city council committee has met with staff and the consensus appears to be that we (1) cannot afford the major equipment expenditure necessary to stay within the construction business; (2>should the city stay in it, wc woald be depriving private enterprise of work, and (3) if the city were to charge full cost based on present labor and equipment rates, it would probably exceed the prices of private enterprise and <4) the city must get back to doing maintenance or the long run costs will be unbearable." Gary Johnson, director of the Chamber of Commerce, said he felt the? city should remove itself from the construction business and turn it over to contractors. Councilman Gaiy Price said he felt the city should get out of the construction business and made the motion to set tbe moratorium indefinitely. CoMartlpnn ^ Zike and Mayor Pro Tem Lorn* Kesterson agreedMake RMn/stioni For 1fs Happening in Henderson' Henderson residents are invited to attend the "It's Happening in Henderson" tour to take place Oct. 18 at 4 p.m. beginning at the Chamber of Commerce office. Ovpr 200 persons are expected to take the tour which is gaining in popularity each year. The tour covers the entire city, explaining the new developments and pointing out anticipated growth. The tour will end-at Old Vegas where Brig. General Guy Hecker. a top level spokesman from the Pentagon, will present a briefing on the proposed MX missile system. Portions of Nevada and Utah are being considered for the project. The evening will end with a barbeque at Old Vegas. Reservations are being accepted at the Chamber of Commerce office at $7 per person and reservations must be made no later than Oct. 15. The tour will include such installations as Buster Brown Textiles, various housing projects, and other developments in Henderson. Preliminary Hearing Postponed on Sandoval Murder By Nary Stafford Joseph Nunes, who is being held in the Clark County jail on the charge of murder for allegedly killing Manuel Sandoval last March 24, had his hearing passed until 2 p.m. Wednesday in Justice Court when the public defender. Rick Ahlswede, said earlier Wednesday that he was not prepared to proceed. "The defense is not prepared to proceed at this time," Ahlswede told Judge Larry Tabony, asking that the case be dismissed for violation of the victim's rights. Ahlswede explained that he had tried to visit Nunes in jail on Friday, October 5 and that Nunes name had been placed on the jail list to be in the visitor's room at 2 p.m. "I wu in jail at that Ume, and was advised he (Nunes) was in a room," said Ahlswede. When Nunes didn't show up he said he talked with another client and then he conferred with still two others. "When he was still not brought in at 3,1 asked to have him put on Monday's jail list for 2 p.m. Ahlswede presented the list as evidence. "When I went over Monday (October 8), I was advised he was not in custody. Therefore I am not really prepared to proceed today." Ahlswede said that Nunes would have to waive one right to get another right, the right to have a preliminary hearing within 15 days or the right to have effective assistance of counsel. "This is a foul up by the sUte," Ahlswede said, "I had nothing to do with it" Deputy district attorney Sylvia Gross replied that perhaps it could have been caused by the defendant's conduct. Ahlswede further argued that he had not been given access to the "discovery" furnished by the DA's office. Part of the discovery, he said, but there were pages missing, such as the report made to a Henderson Police ofDcer and a report he understood Nunes had made down in Florida where he was apprehended in September. Gross said she could not understand why the public defender waited until "this morning to tell us he is missing pages of the reports" and suggested that Ahlswede could confer with his client during the recess since he claims he needs only 30 minutes to speak with a client Judge Tabony said that Seepaget NEW AMERICAN FLAG? Philip C. Patraw has submitted this flag as a suggested pattern for a new U.S. flag. The large star represents Delaware, the first state, and there are ten little stars in each point of the star, representing 50 other states in case Puerto Rico becomes the Slst state. There are six red stripes and seven white stripes. Patraw felt, the white and red should be changed since the red represents blood and he felt the white should be dominant, copyright 1979 CELEBRATE BIRTHDAYS City hall celebrated three birthdays lut Friday with linch and a cake. UtUe Jennell Campbell, daughter of City Maiager and Mrt. Robert Campbell, is ihowii with City Oerfc Dorothy Vondenbriak and Acting City Finance Director Beverly Wiggleiwarth, who alia celebrated their birthdays. Jennell was honored with a birthday party faltowing the Inncheon with her own peers. She ii foar. by Bob Broadbent County Commissioner The question of why local authorities should have control over the gaming industry has recently become a much discussed issue. From a very pragmatic stance, the answer is clear. As the key industry in Nevada, three out of every ten people in this state work directly for resort establishments. If the support industries are taken into account, 80% of our residents are directly or indirectly dependent on tourism. The gaming industry which clearly monopolizes the economic base of every community in* Nevada must be strictly controlled at the level where its faltering will be felt first at the locai level. For years the State of Nevada has allowed counties and cities to control gaming in their respective areas. The State has always exercised its control over all licensees. Very few local governments, on the other hand, exercise the control they have rightfully been given. The exceptiion is Clark County and its cities. The reason is that gaming has grown and matured faster in Southern Nevada than anywhere else in the State. All government entities in Clark County have separate gaming licensing functions. They all control gaming on a local level. The range of this authority is most dramatically demonstrated in Boulder City. There, by local charter, gaming is prohibited. Under the present state law, only through a majority votfe of the residents, to amend the Boulder City Charter, could gaming be allowed in that city. The people have control. Cities and counties have the authority to say if, where, when, who and how gaming will be allowed. The control over several slot machines in a convenience market or small bar appears a logical function of local government But the issue gets far more complex when you talk about revocation of a gaming license of a major hotel. For the first time in the history of local gaming control, local sanctions are pending against a .major hotel corporation. Clark County has liquor and gaming control over the majority of the large resort hotels and gaming corporations in the State of Nevada. In light of this, it's important to protect the integrity of gaming in Clark County in order to preserve the integrity of the State as a whole. It's imporSoepafet i '\ ^^^g^HII