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1980-07-22 - Henderson Home News

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1980-07-22 - Henderson Home News
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Cherry, Lois J. ( Columnist )
Kesterson, Lorna ( Columnist )
Sadovich, Maryellen Vallier ( 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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Thonday Jaiy 17, Ittt PageSS ^^•f-Here and There Henderson Home News And Bonlder City Netcg. BIRTHDAY GREETINGS '^'Jfiily 17: tsabell Austin, Derrol Stratton, Osa l^ikn llschmann, David Russell, Richard Brough, • RiliattcCUsland, Dwayne Parker, Mike Coggins, ib'iv^rd Hall, Lana Jean Hardy. July 18: Arleigh 1|fnt. Lorri Dee Stout, Grover Moon, Tammi Ann ^ • arson, Rot>ert Armbrust, Patricia Roche, Glen .ttowart. Dee Towne, Richard Christy. t.July 10: Michael Testa, Diana Fischmann, David l^lvh, Jeane Davis, Rose Galperin. July 20: Mari(M Oanneberger, Bonnie Skerry, Myrna Earl, Haag, John Henderson, Robert Reed, Betty kCarlton. ily 21: Edwin Herbert, Lillian Moore, Gleni -fitfekoell, Luanna Thorns, Suzanne Fecteau, f hael Shipp, Ray Collins, Gary Slack, Maly Kay ton, Jill Whitney, Darrell Stubbs, Jim McAnl^JoAnn Lucero, Julie Robles, Bing Dawdy, Stetti Shoemaker, William Smith, Dick Palevac. ^uly 22: Robert Grissette Jr., Danny Pilant, Jesi|M Lenon, Sam Gutierrez, Stanley Hansen, Sue ^lapot, Bettie McAnlis, Courtney Shea. July 23: ttn Miller. Crystel Beneda, Shawn Mecham, Grei^ Lansford, Tamara Patton, Teri Ann Gear, fl|incis Stewart, Patty Ann Bennett, Annette BarftFk Elisabeth Gale, Valaree Uavitt, Malgon Wili^nts. WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES _£ t7: Helen and Carroll Short (1935); Marie Jtichard Rundell; Sallie and Randall Lonan 1>. July 18: Pat and Dub Mahaney (1971); Barbara and Robert Berg (1959); Arleen and Wesley Dennett (1966); Norma and Karl Edwards (1964). July 19: Daisy and Robert Carson. July 20: Helyn and Lee Searls (1940); Olive and Thomas Gordon (1974); Susan (Peg) and William Conners (1974). July 21: Sharon and Richard Blakeney (1974); Dottie and Ronald Pulleyn: Dora and Thomas Blake. July 22: Edna and Will French (1923); Madelaine and Elton Garrett (1944). July 23: Elizabeth and John Forrester; Glenna and Carl Snow. Congratulations to them all! WYOMING VACATION The Flaming (jorge National Recreation Area in Wyoming was the lovely setting for a week's vacation for Gene and ClifT Segerblom, Eloise and Del Blue. The Blues pulled their boat (with living facilities). Our councilwoman and Judge drove their van. Gene says they did not catch any fish, but it was beautiful out on the lake! ROLLING BOULDERS The July pot luck dinner of the Rolling Boulders Chapter of the (k>od Sam Club was once again held in the K.P. Hall. The food is ALWAYS delicious. Irene and Cleatus Pace brought ft-esh vegetables from their garden! President Lola Kaiser announced that there will NOT be a pot luck in August The September outing will be at Lee Canyon. Wagon Master Charles Mauceri will make arrangements. Members are requested to suggest activities in which everyone can participate. WANT ADS -zi • • i'll-UaAiiilAiiMiiHAE^ii [P^Moaat Exec. Salary A CommTMioa. 1 yr. R / m OMk UM hr. 1 yr. exp. IT lailmMkcr. •.•• kr., t yra. exp. Jr H rii— III Clerk, 9SM. MM., and 2 yn. exp. llMrtlUBd SS WML HENDERSON OFFICE State of Nevada EMPLOYMENT SECURITY DEPARTMENT 119 WATER al'li WFTFl! >3J •snd03e appreciated. Unfurnished. Adults with references welcome. 2S-171. B.C. For sale: Good transportation car. IMS Ford Torino G.T. Buns good. Body dinged. 1475. Ph. 293-2314. B.C. ROOMMATE NEEDED. Share 2 bdrm house plus ^ (|*pe>o*1130 mo. 505-0827. Leave message. FOB RENT IN HENDERSON, 3 bdrm, 2 bath, |37S mo., central air heat, all elec.. Call 203-2031. B.C. UKE MEAD VIEW LOTS | SAVE — $15,000.00 — SAVE Builder Noeils Cosh | 2,3-4953 B.c LAWN & YARD MAINTENANCE '4*Lots on Keyes Drive, by Lido Lane. M 6 $29,999 Lot 7 $31,500 f iM 8. .....$33,500 Lot 9 .::::w$35,500 OwMr Ucaisee Property Brokers, m> 564-5959 or 293-3006 ITDE & ASSOCIATES Bart Hyde m-2144 IjClkroI BBoich. 1028WyoMiii| BoeMer City, NevoJo 293-6014 — WTS — ACRUGE liOJOO don I1L.I.ISMML Catheriae Bnoh LOST: BritUny Spaniel. S mos. old. Lost Sunday in vicinity of Ave. M., B.C. Please call 203-44M. FOB BENT: Nice Dupiei 2 bdrm. house. Conveniently located downtown. S0M2S3. SWAP MEET MERCHANDISE ... Close ot prices.... Sunglasses ... Jewelry ... Dolls ... Watchea ... M4-3tOS anytime. IMO VW STATION WAGON. Buns good. |000. Ph. 201-0027. POBRBNT:Sb4ra..2b4h. Clooe U downtown. 0000 • o. 1200 deposit. Ph. BABY8ITTEB NEEDED. Henderson area. Call aRerip.ni. 1004107. B.C. MOBILE HOMB FOB SALE in B.C. pnrh. Por inlti. call tOO-1044. B.C. '71 HONDA avic, ante., new ipkoiatory, battofy, raOlai tiros, no air. 201-1000. B.C. IN DISTRESS Laura Ballantyne is recuparating trom injuries received in a bad fall in tiieir baclc yard on Bircli Street. She is using a walker. George DeLangis goes in and out of the hospital, with respiratory problems. His sister stays with him, at Gingerwood Park. Bill Anfield entered the B.C. Care Center, last week. Lorine McDougall was in the B.C. Hospital for days, before many of us knew it. (Bob was at a convention for the blind, in St. Louis.) Alice Neville's shoulder in healing, with the help of an arm sling. Clyde Cummings had a short visit to the hosptial. A.D. Baker is still hospitalized; as is Betty Bellor. LETTER OF THANKS Dana (Mrs. Walter) Anderson asked that this letter be printed in my column. She wrote it Monday, after the graveside services for her husband. "To the People of Boulder City, "Although I have not known all of you who shared this grief with me, I have learned in the past few days what true friends are really made of. Your understanding and warm hearts have made the loss of Moose somewhat easier to bear. At a time when friends are needed most, so many of you were there to help. Your flowers and other gifts are also appreciated. But most of all I appreciate the time you took to share in the services for Moose. "We are all fortunate for having known and loved Moose and the memories of him are something that can never be taken f^om us. I am even more thankful for the time he and I spent as man and wife. I will always remember our happy times together. The happiest of all being the birth of our son, Jason Michael Anderson. I know in my heart that Jason will grow to be someone whom Moose could be proud of I'd just like to thank all of you for touching my life in a special way, and to let you know how very grateful I am for the love and support you have given me. "May God Bless and keep all of you, for you are very special people. You will always be in my thoughts. Ho^For Sonidrs Seniors in the Las Vegas area with automobile problems are urged to contact Clark County Community College for information and an appointment to get free labor on auto tuneups, lube jobs, diagnostic service and some minor brake work. The work will be performed by students' enrolled in the automotive classes through the Comprehensive Employment Training Act. All labor will be free with seniors required to pay for parts. The service will be provided through September 10. For further information and to set an appointment, call Deana Zelenik, CCCC ~ 643-6060, Extension 257. Postor Joel Rivers S|iioks Christiii; Church At the 10 a.m.%orship Service, Paitor Rivers will speak on "How To Eiijoy Your Meal With GodT^^^nd special music wllj be presented by a quartet. "How To Crucify Christ Afresh? is the topic for the 6 p.m. hobr. with special music ^'Ted and Sharon Martin. Vegas Valley CSiristian Church is located between Tropicantf and Russell Road near VoTech at the corner of Rawhide and Mountain Vista in the rapidly growing Southeast part of Las Vegas. -: We welcome all who would worshiprwHh us at this independent Christian Church, a volunteer menlbOr of the North American Christian Conjrcntion. More than t'dm New Mexico. He is a wilderness survival instructor. "If the country needs me in the service, I'm willing to go," said Hunt. "Other nations will be watching to see just how we take this registration program. I think someone has to go if they're needed and I'm willing. If I you are gonna live here you gotta pay your dues." A second man registering, Greg Phillips, employed by Lake Mead Furniture, has \been a long time resident WKen asked for his opinion of the Selective Service Registration program, he said, "I don't like it but." Carter signed the Selective Service registration M Bottom Line By Lorna Kesterson Henderson received a bonus this week when telephone books were delivered. Always before we have had a Henderson phone -book bat it also had Las Vegas nombers in it. This year we have a book all of oar own with only Henderson numbers. Since we are so closely associated with Las Vegas we also got a Las Vegas book so it was a doable bonus. The cover of the phone books are Mentical and interesting showing the old west and a repUca of an old telephone. There are 20 pages of Henderson phone-numbers endbig with Zocbowskl. Mr. and Mrs. Tharol Lefler became grandparents for the first time. Mr. and Mrs. Daane Lefler were parents of a baby boy In Las Vegas. E. Harsany had some takers for the volcanic ash. Representatives of the Robert Taylor School and GaUoway Elementary School asked for some for dlsphiys for the children. The beat here is a good topic of conversatioa bat we are locky oompaied to some See "BOTTOM UNT* Cent, on page t Kelly Hunt .If you re gonna lire herf ^u ffotta pay your dues. Greg Phillips proclamation on July 2. This year's registration program will take place during the two week period beginning July 21 and concluding on Saturday, August 2. '^ All men bom in the years lM(rntdr 1901 HtuaTi^gister with men bom in 1960 registering during the first week find those bora in 1961 regis>tering during the second week. There was some confUsion during the weekend when a three judge panel in Philadelphia found the ~ male^otflS^dniftUB^Nttitutional and halted the registration program. "I don't like it Government attornies immediately appealed to the Supreme Court and Justice William Brennan said the registration of some 4 million 19-20 year olds could begin Monday as planned ai^jl^.e Supreme Court uk-J^ timia'tety found registration unconstitutional, the rebutr cords could be destroyed. The form being used requires only the registrant's name, permanent and current address, telephone number, social security numbet and date of birth. ^^Ml men born 199 and 19^1 must register rejgardless of physical condition. The possibility that two important street! In Hendersea will receive ftandliig fr improvemeats aeened bright following a meetlBg of the Regional Transportation Comnittce where |7.1 nillion worth ef road projects were given priority. Covncilauui LeBoy Zlke, Hcndersoa'i repreicntative, saM that |77S,tH was approved to faniid SoBset Road between Boulder Highway and Karen Aveane to iadnde lights and corba and gwtters, and $4M,IM was approved to pat two travel lanes on Gibson Road between Bonlder Highway and Warm Springs Road. Zike said he was also sttccessftil ia neving the improveaaent ef Saaaet Road fh>m Monatain llsU to EMtern Ave. from phase two priority to phase one priority. Gibsoa Read was receatly improved by the coaaty except where it eater* Henderson. The HeadersoB portioa of the road would be improved under the road preJecta approved Before coBStractioa may begia, It most be approved by bead holders, accerdiag to Charles Brechler. Funds for the feadhBildiBg ceosea f^om an Bid bead sale. That sale Haled road pil|#ti which wa^y ha halU by aaaie. Brechler said leme are oa the list and some are not Old Vegas Phase II Construction Underwoy Phase II construction has creation of Las Vegas as it begun at Old Vegas, Nevada, was during the turbulent the multi • million dollar re^ pioneer period of its history. it was announced by Robert E. Shelton, president and chief executive officer. Old Vegas, a subsidiary of Westworld, Inc., is located on Boulder HighWay in OLD VEG^S, ^e^ i,ikm,iimti9m aew iiald Block If," the origlaal acreage purchased by the Unioa Pacific Railroad aad auciioaed to iausdgrants far hoBMsltes, plus go carte aad aa antique steaai loceBMtive traia ride. The aew area is expected to be coMplele fty late snauaer, aad will figure promiaently in the celebration of Las Vegas' Diamond Jabilee. Henderson, Nevada. When completed, the current construction will feature a recreation of Old Block 16, the original Las Vegas acreage which was auctioned off to settlers by the Union Pacific Railroad in 1905 as part of their effort to start a new town. Old Block 16, once called "the worst part of town," formed the nucleus of what was to become the entertainment capital of the world. Old Vegas is designed to capture the spirit of the exciting and rough history of the Las Vegas valley as it was more than a century ago. New attractions now under construction include a railroad museum, a miner's haunted shack. Hard Rock Pete's extensive rock collection, and Nevada's largest machine arcade. In addition to historic exhibits. Old Vegas activities for visitors will offer daily street shows with gunflghts and stunts by live actors, a merry • go round, go cart racing and a ride on an authentic antique steam locomotive which once served the Nevada mining industry. The Eureka, a 100 year old locomotive which figures prominently in Nevada's mining industry and which, in later years, was used in many motion pictures, will go on permanent display when construe: tion is finished. Phase I of the project a replica of the original Mormon fort which was built So8 OU Vegn page 2 / j ^ ,4 -1 ^jj^ m

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mirm^ miRpn" mmmtm • • Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Burglars Busy Here Paget Police are investigating a number of burglaries committed last Thursday and Friday. A ear owned by Olcn Cari Doddrige of 411 E. Mission was burglarized wbile Doddrige was at work at Lev! Strauss & Co. The car was in the Strauss piarking lot Missing is a $200 cassette deck and a wristwatch. Total value has been set at $300. In another burglary, more than $3,000 in tools was taken fh>m a car parked at SNAP on Boulder Highway. The equipment was owned by Ernest William Brehaut of 1212 Maple St Burglars entered the SNAP premises by cutting through the wire fence and opening the vehicle. Another car parked at the. SNAP address was burglarised and a $70 speaker' was taken, say police. The speaker was owned by, Robert Paul Elbs of 857 Center St A $400 Chrysler engine was taken in yet anotherl burglary, according to police. The engine was owned by Jeffrey Phillips Perroni and was stored at Nevada Rock and Sand. Taeaday. July tZ, Itit I 'I M mMfom OP A KMP nwr OOMI rair sV %• GENERAL ELECTRIC MANUFACTURERS $5,000 Clolm Against the City Filed for Flood Damage Here MAJOR PPLIANCES AND T.V.'S SCRATCH AND DENT A claim against the city for $5,000 for flood damage to his home during the July 1 flood, was turned over to the city's insurance carrier by the city council last night The claim was made by Harold C. Trent of 261 E. Middleton Dr., who said his back fence was pushed down by the water from the street above causing damage to the siding on his home. He said his driveway was undermined and the J* PH^JWri)'^^"^ side of the driveway was EKjJr'£f' tAtM. washed out He claimed -WJf •'W HWI July 20m water and mire was in his home. The claim iatee of several that have beeMiled against the city since the July 1 flood. The city expects the cost of clean • up to cost the city around $100,000 plus an estimated $100,000 to the sewage plants. m ro^Bisa BOTTOM UNE PWP To HoU Coat trvm page 1 Orientation Friday parts of the coontry. The baseball piayen on Parents Without Sonday television were |riayPartners will hold an lag OB astro tnrf estimated at orientjktion on Friday, 118 degrees. July 25, at 7:30 in the The people in die stands homeofVal Kelly. 110 were all but indecent the way Metropolitan/ All they shed their ctotiies to be parents single by reaable tm slawl Ifce an and son of divorce, death gfaie ftoM At^m^SiB or never married are some people tfatt^id^fi^sn invited to attend. have it eaay< -*? rST' • -tr • The Las Vegas • Chapter of PWP will Mn. James Ashe Is In ; host a party at Ms. Desert Springs Hospital i^ Kelly's after the orirecover from surgery. entation. Call Val The baU team win miss her (565-6344) or Georgia caUfaig them to victory. Hope Mitchell (565-9171) for It won*t be too long before details. she*s back bi action agafai. Non Profit Parents • Without Partners plan Also fai the ha^pMalb Mary family and education Gllger who was h\|nred in an activities as well as adult socials for single ... parents. OU Vegn from page 1 I**:, SALE MERCHANDISE OUT OF CARTON! SOME SCRATCHED! SOME DENTED! SOME FREIGHT DAMAGED! ALL MERCHANDISE BRAND NEW! MECHANICALY PERFECT WITH FULL WARRANTY! more than 100 years ago, was opened to the public in 1978 and has been a major Las Vegas attraction ever since. In addition to the daily reenactments of adventures in the old west, the fort is a unique visitor experience with a Sutler's Store, an Old Tyme Photographer's Shop with costumes for guests to wear while having their pictures taken, the Territorial Newspaper Office and the Commandant's Theatre where a larfe rnulti • media screen presents the first hundred yean of Las Vegas histoiy on film. A laige re< staurant, the Hondo Cantina, is open daily for lunch and dinner; those who wish will be able tn nicnie in the Hmsf^JBmMW\ ijiwi.mi Uk*n twihfl MOAH H*n wt Miill tor UM in thii ntwif Mr trt lb* Mtc proMrty of h* htn&ittMt Horn* Nirw< • REFRIGERATOR 18 cu.ft. White Model A SSNr*9i-$ ATIOTH 468 ELEC. RANGE WITH DOUBLE OVENMOOo, JHP664 HARVEST ^ SAVE'380 y I AIIOTN 599 soon to be open Wagon Camp picnic and barbecue area. "We promised the people of Nevada that we would reproduce Las Vegas as it was MocM in the early fh>ntier days," AC0602 S Shelton said. "We wanted SAVE *79** our guesU to have an auMT lOfll tlORIS thentic experience of the have made it as historically WIT IllCn COLOR accurate as possible. It's TBI Bl#IOI/\i^ Uken time, but we are now IELC YldlUN well on our way to keeping that promise." He added yoOEL that the new construction is eO0714W expected to be finished in %M§ ^SfM t ime fbr the celebration of SMIN SfOMt Las Vegu' Diamond Jubilee and that Old Vegas will be a major part of that occasion. WASHER DaUXE W/MINI BASKET FUa FEATURESHARVEST ^MOOa iWWA8364 ISAVE '75 • 01H ••Y 333 25 Inch.COLOR TELEVISION MOOa 28VMM04 noo AT lOIN ITOUI HV ZCNOtT Uiwr t n/bUttm fit MM*r t Maflbnl Uiwnsi KMterHMi Miiiii OMtrtl M>Mtr ^MtU* IKMM aMUMfw A>Ma OMWtl MMMtr KMWIIIUM .CifvalMtM <• tMurt (ton MMw M Ma* i. MM Ttt* Hndnon Home N*w( Muimn no nnincial rttpondbilHy far ft^n in cdvtrtlM Mtatt. W will rtpiini orttlMtil cMrat cr tiacti th* (kari* for tUM ^rttn of (h idvtrtlM B M wktrh U In tner it lh (MM Nwi U • ( r*ull. DRYER OaUXE • FuNy Automatic GAS-Almond MODa 10007168 SAVE'SCr AflOTN $ 268 • DISHWASHER MOOa 080283 HARVEST MCXMUllllH TV 4 APPLIANCE onderos Henderson Hone News, Henderson, Nevada Nevada Power Sponsors Study of Solar Ponds .P!!^ I OBiTUARIES Adolpb Toepfer Passes Awoy Services HeM Nevada Power Company has provided $5,000 to the Desert Research Institute to study the feasibility of using effluent fh)ni coal fired power plants to collect and store energy in solar ponds. This summer, two UNLV physics students are studying, the physical characteristics of sodium sulfate, the chemical compound produced wlien removing sulAir dioxide fVom the stack gases at Reid Gardner Generating Station, to determine if the compound can l>e used in solar ponds. Solar ponds have the potential to l>e used for the collection and storage of energy through the temperature differential in water containing high concentrations of salt, according • T-Shirts • Swimsuits • (Pants & Tops ^ Daytime Dresses • Pantsuits • Jumpsuits • Evening Wear • Biouses to John Arldige, manager of special projects at Nevada Power. Solar pond woric is also being done in the Great Salt Uke in Utah and the Salton Sea in Southern California. Bradley Family Full House Penny Bradley, daughter in law of Warren Bradley is here visiting from Spolune, Washington, with her four children, Daniel, 5H; Genises, 4Vii; and twin boys Mathew and Joshua, 3 months. Pennys husband, Dennis, is a referigeration mechanic in Spoliane and is currently attending school in Texas for the summer. Also visiting with the Bradley's is their daughter Wendy Stolces, her husband, Marie and their daughter, Samantha 9 months. Mark and Wendy are currently residing in Pensicola, Florida where Mark is in the Navy. Warren and Paula have two other grandchildren, Dawn 5H; and Sue 6 months who live in Henderson. When everybody gets together they have quite a houseftil. 7HEM peiviM6 LowG Pi&TA>JCtS -^ -rut MI&HtV*y, Oe-niHO S£T MEW TALLY FOU AH ACClCtHT OR EMEBC*JCV MAY SAVE yooSf UFe. TO $TAV AteRT an A Hor PAY. TKY -rAiciUG ALONfe A -TKERMO& OF ICCP "TEA ANP STOP OCCA-SIOMAUV TO et^Jori ir. ITS MW.P STIMULATION^ cotPifP WITH IT^ U3tV Cc&T.t^N MAKT youK -iRiP PCTTrt bES& EKPtl^^lVf AWD A iOT •r'AFERf A Scottish thresdmaker set up the first thread mill in the US. in Newark. N.J.. in 1866. / In the All New .\ I ii It's the most Fun Place In Town! FREE CHAMPAGNE Time Hue CoM Oranflc $ 80 $100 $120 $ 80 $100 Doubit Pay Bingo $40 I $ 80 I $120 $100-200-500 CuarantcM comoiation $600-760-1000 CuarantfM Comoutlon $80-160-240 AHCwnet The Friendliest Bingo Girls in Town. Daily Drawings for Free Bingo Games. we have $1, $2, $5 boards Buy tn for $6 and receive ^ free board. Visit our new enl.-irged Bingo Room now fully ent losecl Free nickels to .111 Bingo Plny>rs after each session Always plenty of convenient, well lighted and secured parking next to hotel Tuesday. Jaly 22, ItM; I Fther' Day, though BOt I an official holiday, wa celI brated individually in ancient China where gaaat EA|^ IAA F ^yu age implied great prestige, A A funeral Mass was held last Thursday afternoon at St. Peter's Catholic Church for Adolph Toepfer, 78, who died July 17 in Henderson. Mr. Toepfer was bom December 14, liM)l in Hayword, Wisconsin and was an e^ht year resident of the area. He had been employed as a^ bookkeeper in the investment and banking industry. Mr. Toepfer is survived by his wife, Anna Toepfer of Henderson; daughters, Syhrla Martinez of Henderson, Rosalie Carroll of Littleton, Colorado, Mary Ellen Vodor of Westminster, Colo, and Lorraine Marker of Denver; a son, Roger Toepfer of Orange, California; sisters, Blanche and Angela Teopfer, both of Denver; a brother, Herman Toepfer of Denver, 24 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren. Services and interment were at Mt Olivet Cemetery in Denver. Services were conducted last Saturday at Palm Chapel for Lee Francis Guy, 67, who died July 17 in Las Vegas. Mr. Guy was born November 5, 1912 in Brazil, Indiana. He was a brakeman and switchman for the Union Pacific Railroad and had lived in Southem Nevada since 1943. He is survived by his wife, Anna Guy of Henderson; two daughters, Roeie Lee Sanders and Shirley Peters, both of Indiana; two brothers, Charles and O.W. "Bill" Buy, both of Las Vegas; 11 grandchildren and six great • grandchildren. popular gift wai a longevity robe: costly silk embroidered with the charactcra for "long-life" by a young person likely to live long. The best nMttresses were once filled with white! Arabian horsehairl rnvrtLUMAMA Avowri-a fH.*8aiMam-Sp. 8a. M a.ai. • S fm. IH WOILD WIDB MEALBM, 1VT4UX. rMUl WaM INtaejr laUkHa I Pleose Help Keep Your Paifcs Cleon The summer park use season is here and along with the warmer temperature more picnics and barbecues and organized ball games come increased problems. You the park users can greatly assist the Parks and Recreation Department maintenance operation by uie very simple task of setting the good example for others by placing all refuse, trash, empty bottles, and cans, etc., in the proper recepticles. If you do not dispose of your trash properly, someone else eventually has to, and every minute a park maintenance person has to spend picking up papers, cans, empty containers, and Broken Glass is a minute taken away from other park maintenance duties such as mowing, trimming, edging and preparation of ball fields. So in a sense, our parks and ball fields can only look as good as you park users allow. By doing your part, you can really help by keeping your parks clean and safe. Thank you ahead for pitching in and doing your part to keep the parks looking the way j'ou want them. mmmmmtmgmm ERALDM. JAMES B.! WELT GIBSON 385-1242 564-2448 : NIC —PROBATE DOMESTIC — CONTRACTS PROPERTY — BUSINESS PERSONAL INJURY CRIMINAL — BANKRUPTCY 30 WATER STR|:ET Your Henderson Attorneys snviNO BXNDBISON, aoULDEa CITT, BNTBSntUC. rABAMSC GIRN VAIXIT. Women's Exercise Offered A new session of women's exercise at the Civic Center is being offered by the Henderson Parks and Recreation Department and starts on Monday, July 21 and runs through August 22. Civic Center Classes The new session of classes at the Civic Center starts this week, but it is still not too late to register. We have boys and girls gymnastics, karate, women's exercise, child and adult tehnis, golf, weightlifting, drawing, yoga, guitar, belly dancing and cake decorating. For more information call 565-6059. Hurry, time is running out and your summer will have been wasted. Day Camp There are still openings in the Clark County Day Camp which is co sponsored by the Henderson Parks and Recreation Department. Registration fee is only $8 and includes a T-Shirt and round • trip transportation to Mt. Charleston area for five days. Register at the Parks and Recreation Department Office now I trip is scheduled for the week of July 28. There are limited spaces, so registration is taken on first come, first serve basis. Remember, (h>m the end of July to the end of August, the kids are getting bored and this willgive them something exciting to do hiking, outdoor cooking, arts and crafts, WHAT FUN!! Call 565-8921 ext. 32 for additional information. The classes are scheduled for Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, from either 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., or 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. and only cost $5 for the entire session. The morning class has babysitting for only $5. It is still not i too late to reeifitpr v> Young American Homei Presents City View Terrace 2,3 & 4 Bedrooms $45^50 to $55^50 Models Open Daily 564-2217 or Roberts Realty 565-8947 LOW INTB^EST STATE MONEY AVAILABLE PadBc The first U.S. Marine Corps officer of Chinase descent was Wilbur Szs, commissioned in 1943. BEN STEPMAN DODGE "OVERSTOCKED' The bank said we mustsell 50-60 units by August 1st. All 79's & 80's up to ^2000 rebate plus 6% |10'' A.P.R.)* If we don't make you a deal, we will pay for your gas to and from our dealership... So drive on out TODAY! 48 mo. financing •50 TEST DRIVE 30 DAY TRIAL PERIOD COME ON INTO OUR EALEnSHIPANDTtST DHIVE A CAR OR TRUCK COMPARE IT BUY THE CAR OR TRUCK f ROM US YOULL RECEIVE $S0 BUY THE COMPETITIVE CAR OR TRUCK WITHIN 30 DAYS • YOULL RECEIVE $50 FROM THE NEW CHRYSLER CORP .30 DAYS OR TTCTION GUARANTEED OR YOUR MONEY BACK ON ANY NEW 1980 PASSENGER CAR. Jim Bttctsiro 6tflfai Mwilii till SWHnan Do4g M}s JO tfu tint gmd SMiinfii •"WE CAN BEAT ANY DEAL ANYWHERE!" DON LEMP SAYS: BOB SAYS: TOM POPE SAYS: I' •*• put /Ou into t*M| -^Vw OotfO* Aipn I Ooo* Cowpft H 1 gtnM ^>ta 4rt cW*^ end v^v N'CiiM Mats ftttory A ofBAre o uw NOW ONIV %tti\ O"^ Mt awl dr>M home t Mt fiM Omtft OmM t.| HiKft^Kk TrojK y— tn ce>0* %l^ H t*um our OOQuW teeiovHt Oav '*>9At ini^M UHto Duetren^oteiponnMTorM (Mu PtM> BiMM A ConMnMr i tM. fg"^ Merv.aitKi loMfi oMffttivvfeAamitstort e ?< 9at KatiM • 0--vat.M WA5l?'l *T|Of |10 NOWOMIV DICK HARMON SAYS: ) wm Sio ^Vd^NKtar anftna 4 ipoea ii>*Ai>\{| Pnw> Siaeonq AM'fM I Kack •aaci wtfh •"<-). ••(' • • UHv* <|TAii.S AT I'lOrrSJ ntftATE o* DENNIS SAYS: Mv owA > Itwa n Oocl9 Powar Wa^on 4a4 PMu* lla#y !.• im'% •( ec* • 9M CIO artflMt. Automate Tranaad IMM aiMaa WAS It&Mt Me* Ho MrilAT( ,H 1 STEVE LEMP SAYS: ipwttmtf* Mail Wat**) MO CO I urn Ml mm Oatt nan Oetffd S Ton OuMam ?O0 (Vuc coma* w^ f condMantnf Ptim Haatiwt. OwM '•••aaa hatvy ul> tiraa •ndauMmctk: WASUUS HESATt OF UoeO MOW ONLY NSS) ml BEN STEPMAN DODGE 460N. 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mirm^ miRpn" mmmtm • • Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Burglars Busy Here Paget Police are investigating a number of burglaries committed last Thursday and Friday. A ear owned by Olcn Cari Doddrige of 411 E. Mission was burglarized wbile Doddrige was at work at Lev! Strauss & Co. The car was in the Strauss piarking lot Missing is a $200 cassette deck and a wristwatch. Total value has been set at $300. In another burglary, more than $3,000 in tools was taken fh>m a car parked at SNAP on Boulder Highway. The equipment was owned by Ernest William Brehaut of 1212 Maple St Burglars entered the SNAP premises by cutting through the wire fence and opening the vehicle. Another car parked at the. SNAP address was burglarised and a $70 speaker' was taken, say police. The speaker was owned by, Robert Paul Elbs of 857 Center St A $400 Chrysler engine was taken in yet anotherl burglary, according to police. The engine was owned by Jeffrey Phillips Perroni and was stored at Nevada Rock and Sand. Taeaday. July tZ, Itit I 'I M mMfom OP A KMP nwr OOMI rair sV %• GENERAL ELECTRIC MANUFACTURERS $5,000 Clolm Against the City Filed for Flood Damage Here MAJOR PPLIANCES AND T.V.'S SCRATCH AND DENT A claim against the city for $5,000 for flood damage to his home during the July 1 flood, was turned over to the city's insurance carrier by the city council last night The claim was made by Harold C. Trent of 261 E. Middleton Dr., who said his back fence was pushed down by the water from the street above causing damage to the siding on his home. He said his driveway was undermined and the J* PH^JWri)'^^"^ side of the driveway was EKjJr'£f' tAtM. washed out He claimed -WJf •'W HWI July 20m water and mire was in his home. The claim iatee of several that have beeMiled against the city since the July 1 flood. The city expects the cost of clean • up to cost the city around $100,000 plus an estimated $100,000 to the sewage plants. m ro^Bisa BOTTOM UNE PWP To HoU Coat trvm page 1 Orientation Friday parts of the coontry. The baseball piayen on Parents Without Sonday television were |riayPartners will hold an lag OB astro tnrf estimated at orientjktion on Friday, 118 degrees. July 25, at 7:30 in the The people in die stands homeofVal Kelly. 110 were all but indecent the way Metropolitan/ All they shed their ctotiies to be parents single by reaable tm slawl Ifce an and son of divorce, death gfaie ftoM At^m^SiB or never married are some people tfatt^id^fi^sn invited to attend. have it eaay< -*? rST' • -tr • The Las Vegas • Chapter of PWP will Mn. James Ashe Is In ; host a party at Ms. Desert Springs Hospital i^ Kelly's after the orirecover from surgery. entation. Call Val The baU team win miss her (565-6344) or Georgia caUfaig them to victory. Hope Mitchell (565-9171) for It won*t be too long before details. she*s back bi action agafai. Non Profit Parents • Without Partners plan Also fai the ha^pMalb Mary family and education Gllger who was h\|nred in an activities as well as adult socials for single ... parents. OU Vegn from page 1 I**:, SALE MERCHANDISE OUT OF CARTON! SOME SCRATCHED! SOME DENTED! SOME FREIGHT DAMAGED! ALL MERCHANDISE BRAND NEW! MECHANICALY PERFECT WITH FULL WARRANTY! more than 100 years ago, was opened to the public in 1978 and has been a major Las Vegas attraction ever since. In addition to the daily reenactments of adventures in the old west, the fort is a unique visitor experience with a Sutler's Store, an Old Tyme Photographer's Shop with costumes for guests to wear while having their pictures taken, the Territorial Newspaper Office and the Commandant's Theatre where a larfe rnulti • media screen presents the first hundred yean of Las Vegas histoiy on film. A laige re< staurant, the Hondo Cantina, is open daily for lunch and dinner; those who wish will be able tn nicnie in the Hmsf^JBmMW\ ijiwi.mi Uk*n twihfl MOAH H*n wt Miill tor UM in thii ntwif Mr trt lb* Mtc proMrty of h* htn&ittMt Horn* Nirw< • REFRIGERATOR 18 cu.ft. White Model A SSNr*9i-$ ATIOTH 468 ELEC. RANGE WITH DOUBLE OVENMOOo, JHP664 HARVEST ^ SAVE'380 y I AIIOTN 599 soon to be open Wagon Camp picnic and barbecue area. "We promised the people of Nevada that we would reproduce Las Vegas as it was MocM in the early fh>ntier days," AC0602 S Shelton said. "We wanted SAVE *79** our guesU to have an auMT lOfll tlORIS thentic experience of the have made it as historically WIT IllCn COLOR accurate as possible. It's TBI Bl#IOI/\i^ Uken time, but we are now IELC YldlUN well on our way to keeping that promise." He added yoOEL that the new construction is eO0714W expected to be finished in %M§ ^SfM t ime fbr the celebration of SMIN SfOMt Las Vegu' Diamond Jubilee and that Old Vegas will be a major part of that occasion. WASHER DaUXE W/MINI BASKET FUa FEATURESHARVEST ^MOOa iWWA8364 ISAVE '75 • 01H ••Y 333 25 Inch.COLOR TELEVISION MOOa 28VMM04 noo AT lOIN ITOUI HV ZCNOtT Uiwr t n/bUttm fit MM*r t Maflbnl Uiwnsi KMterHMi Miiiii OMtrtl M>Mtr ^MtU* IKMM aMUMfw A>Ma OMWtl MMMtr KMWIIIUM .CifvalMtM <• tMurt (ton MMw M Ma* i. MM Ttt* Hndnon Home N*w( Muimn no nnincial rttpondbilHy far ft^n in cdvtrtlM Mtatt. W will rtpiini orttlMtil cMrat cr tiacti th* (kari* for tUM ^rttn of (h idvtrtlM B M wktrh U In tner it lh (MM Nwi U • ( r*ull. DRYER OaUXE • FuNy Automatic GAS-Almond MODa 10007168 SAVE'SCr AflOTN $ 268 • DISHWASHER MOOa 080283 HARVEST MCXMUllllH TV 4 APPLIANCE onderos Henderson Hone News, Henderson, Nevada Nevada Power Sponsors Study of Solar Ponds .P!!^ I OBiTUARIES Adolpb Toepfer Passes Awoy Services HeM Nevada Power Company has provided $5,000 to the Desert Research Institute to study the feasibility of using effluent fh)ni coal fired power plants to collect and store energy in solar ponds. This summer, two UNLV physics students are studying, the physical characteristics of sodium sulfate, the chemical compound produced wlien removing sulAir dioxide fVom the stack gases at Reid Gardner Generating Station, to determine if the compound can l>e used in solar ponds. Solar ponds have the potential to l>e used for the collection and storage of energy through the temperature differential in water containing high concentrations of salt, according • T-Shirts • Swimsuits • (Pants & Tops ^ Daytime Dresses • Pantsuits • Jumpsuits • Evening Wear • Biouses to John Arldige, manager of special projects at Nevada Power. Solar pond woric is also being done in the Great Salt Uke in Utah and the Salton Sea in Southern California. Bradley Family Full House Penny Bradley, daughter in law of Warren Bradley is here visiting from Spolune, Washington, with her four children, Daniel, 5H; Genises, 4Vii; and twin boys Mathew and Joshua, 3 months. Pennys husband, Dennis, is a referigeration mechanic in Spoliane and is currently attending school in Texas for the summer. Also visiting with the Bradley's is their daughter Wendy Stolces, her husband, Marie and their daughter, Samantha 9 months. Mark and Wendy are currently residing in Pensicola, Florida where Mark is in the Navy. Warren and Paula have two other grandchildren, Dawn 5H; and Sue 6 months who live in Henderson. When everybody gets together they have quite a houseftil. 7HEM peiviM6 LowG Pi&TA>JCtS -^ -rut MI&HtV*y, Oe-niHO S£T MEW TALLY FOU AH ACClCtHT OR EMEBC*JCV MAY SAVE yooSf UFe. TO $TAV AteRT an A Hor PAY. TKY -rAiciUG ALONfe A -TKERMO& OF ICCP "TEA ANP STOP OCCA-SIOMAUV TO et^Jori ir. ITS MW.P STIMULATION^ cotPifP WITH IT^ U3tV Cc&T.t^N MAKT youK -iRiP PCTTrt bES& EKPtl^^lVf AWD A iOT •r'AFERf A Scottish thresdmaker set up the first thread mill in the US. in Newark. N.J.. in 1866. / In the All New .\ I ii It's the most Fun Place In Town! FREE CHAMPAGNE Time Hue CoM Oranflc $ 80 $100 $120 $ 80 $100 Doubit Pay Bingo $40 I $ 80 I $120 $100-200-500 CuarantcM comoiation $600-760-1000 CuarantfM Comoutlon $80-160-240 AHCwnet The Friendliest Bingo Girls in Town. Daily Drawings for Free Bingo Games. we have $1, $2, $5 boards Buy tn for $6 and receive ^ free board. Visit our new enl.-irged Bingo Room now fully ent losecl Free nickels to .111 Bingo Plny>rs after each session Always plenty of convenient, well lighted and secured parking next to hotel Tuesday. Jaly 22, ItM; I Fther' Day, though BOt I an official holiday, wa celI brated individually in ancient China where gaaat EA|^ IAA F ^yu age implied great prestige, A A funeral Mass was held last Thursday afternoon at St. Peter's Catholic Church for Adolph Toepfer, 78, who died July 17 in Henderson. Mr. Toepfer was bom December 14, liM)l in Hayword, Wisconsin and was an e^ht year resident of the area. He had been employed as a^ bookkeeper in the investment and banking industry. Mr. Toepfer is survived by his wife, Anna Toepfer of Henderson; daughters, Syhrla Martinez of Henderson, Rosalie Carroll of Littleton, Colorado, Mary Ellen Vodor of Westminster, Colo, and Lorraine Marker of Denver; a son, Roger Toepfer of Orange, California; sisters, Blanche and Angela Teopfer, both of Denver; a brother, Herman Toepfer of Denver, 24 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren. Services and interment were at Mt Olivet Cemetery in Denver. Services were conducted last Saturday at Palm Chapel for Lee Francis Guy, 67, who died July 17 in Las Vegas. Mr. Guy was born November 5, 1912 in Brazil, Indiana. He was a brakeman and switchman for the Union Pacific Railroad and had lived in Southem Nevada since 1943. He is survived by his wife, Anna Guy of Henderson; two daughters, Roeie Lee Sanders and Shirley Peters, both of Indiana; two brothers, Charles and O.W. "Bill" Buy, both of Las Vegas; 11 grandchildren and six great • grandchildren. popular gift wai a longevity robe: costly silk embroidered with the charactcra for "long-life" by a young person likely to live long. The best nMttresses were once filled with white! Arabian horsehairl rnvrtLUMAMA Avowri-a fH.*8aiMam-Sp. 8a. M a.ai. • S fm. IH WOILD WIDB MEALBM, 1VT4UX. rMUl WaM INtaejr laUkHa I Pleose Help Keep Your Paifcs Cleon The summer park use season is here and along with the warmer temperature more picnics and barbecues and organized ball games come increased problems. You the park users can greatly assist the Parks and Recreation Department maintenance operation by uie very simple task of setting the good example for others by placing all refuse, trash, empty bottles, and cans, etc., in the proper recepticles. If you do not dispose of your trash properly, someone else eventually has to, and every minute a park maintenance person has to spend picking up papers, cans, empty containers, and Broken Glass is a minute taken away from other park maintenance duties such as mowing, trimming, edging and preparation of ball fields. So in a sense, our parks and ball fields can only look as good as you park users allow. By doing your part, you can really help by keeping your parks clean and safe. Thank you ahead for pitching in and doing your part to keep the parks looking the way j'ou want them. mmmmmtmgmm ERALDM. JAMES B.! WELT GIBSON 385-1242 564-2448 : NIC —PROBATE DOMESTIC — CONTRACTS PROPERTY — BUSINESS PERSONAL INJURY CRIMINAL — BANKRUPTCY 30 WATER STR|:ET Your Henderson Attorneys snviNO BXNDBISON, aoULDEa CITT, BNTBSntUC. rABAMSC GIRN VAIXIT. Women's Exercise Offered A new session of women's exercise at the Civic Center is being offered by the Henderson Parks and Recreation Department and starts on Monday, July 21 and runs through August 22. Civic Center Classes The new session of classes at the Civic Center starts this week, but it is still not too late to register. We have boys and girls gymnastics, karate, women's exercise, child and adult tehnis, golf, weightlifting, drawing, yoga, guitar, belly dancing and cake decorating. For more information call 565-6059. Hurry, time is running out and your summer will have been wasted. Day Camp There are still openings in the Clark County Day Camp which is co sponsored by the Henderson Parks and Recreation Department. Registration fee is only $8 and includes a T-Shirt and round • trip transportation to Mt. Charleston area for five days. Register at the Parks and Recreation Department Office now I trip is scheduled for the week of July 28. There are limited spaces, so registration is taken on first come, first serve basis. Remember, (h>m the end of July to the end of August, the kids are getting bored and this willgive them something exciting to do hiking, outdoor cooking, arts and crafts, WHAT FUN!! Call 565-8921 ext. 32 for additional information. The classes are scheduled for Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, from either 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., or 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. and only cost $5 for the entire session. The morning class has babysitting for only $5. It is still not i too late to reeifitpr v> Young American Homei Presents City View Terrace 2,3 & 4 Bedrooms $45^50 to $55^50 Models Open Daily 564-2217 or Roberts Realty 565-8947 LOW INTB^EST STATE MONEY AVAILABLE PadBc The first U.S. Marine Corps officer of Chinase descent was Wilbur Szs, commissioned in 1943. BEN STEPMAN DODGE "OVERSTOCKED' The bank said we mustsell 50-60 units by August 1st. All 79's & 80's up to ^2000 rebate plus 6% |10'' A.P.R.)* If we don't make you a deal, we will pay for your gas to and from our dealership... So drive on out TODAY! 48 mo. financing •50 TEST DRIVE 30 DAY TRIAL PERIOD COME ON INTO OUR EALEnSHIPANDTtST DHIVE A CAR OR TRUCK COMPARE IT BUY THE CAR OR TRUCK f ROM US YOULL RECEIVE $S0 BUY THE COMPETITIVE CAR OR TRUCK WITHIN 30 DAYS • YOULL RECEIVE $50 FROM THE NEW CHRYSLER CORP .30 DAYS OR TTCTION GUARANTEED OR YOUR MONEY BACK ON ANY NEW 1980 PASSENGER CAR. Jim Bttctsiro 6tflfai Mwilii till SWHnan Do4g M}s JO tfu tint gmd SMiinfii •"WE CAN BEAT ANY DEAL ANYWHERE!" DON LEMP SAYS: BOB SAYS: TOM POPE SAYS: I' •*• put /Ou into t*M| -^Vw OotfO* Aipn I Ooo* Cowpft H 1 gtnM ^>ta 4rt cW*^ end v^v N'CiiM Mats ftttory A ofBAre o uw NOW ONIV %tti\ O"^ Mt awl dr>M home t Mt fiM Omtft OmM t.| HiKft^Kk TrojK y— tn ce>0* %l^ H t*um our OOQuW teeiovHt Oav '*>9At ini^M UHto Duetren^oteiponnMTorM (Mu PtM> BiMM A ConMnMr i tM. fg"^ Merv.aitKi loMfi oMffttivvfeAamitstort e ?< 9at KatiM • 0--vat.M WA5l?'l *T|Of |10 NOWOMIV DICK HARMON SAYS: ) wm Sio ^Vd^NKtar anftna 4 ipoea ii>*Ai>\{| Pnw> Siaeonq AM'fM I Kack •aaci wtfh •"<-). ••(' • • UHv* <|TAii.S AT I'lOrrSJ ntftATE o* DENNIS SAYS: Mv owA > Itwa n Oocl9 Powar Wa^on 4a4 PMu* lla#y !.• im'% •( ec* • 9M CIO artflMt. Automate Tranaad IMM aiMaa WAS It&Mt Me* Ho MrilAT( ,H 1 STEVE LEMP SAYS: ipwttmtf* Mail Wat**) MO CO I urn Ml mm Oatt nan Oetffd S Ton OuMam ?O0 (Vuc coma* w^ f condMantnf Ptim Haatiwt. OwM '•••aaa hatvy ul> tiraa •ndauMmctk: WASUUS HESATt OF UoeO MOW ONLY NSS) ml BEN STEPMAN DODGE 460N. 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Tuesday, Juty tt, 19M Page 4 Mayor and Mrs. Williams Join 'Antique Rose' Florist Shop Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Municipal Court Report Mayor and Mrs. Lorin Williams announced they have purchased interest in the Antique Rose floral shop at 338 Water Street, and will be partners with Dick Montoya and Peggy Ray. The shop was opened just before Christmas last year and features not only a selection of antiques but gift items, wall hangings, wicker and basket line, and a wide variety of house plants. They specialise in custom decorating in the home, weddings and funerals and other THE 'TALKING' FISH r i"—NOTICfe] • JULY 1980 ;j^TO PLEDGORS AND PAWNORS: fbu AND EACHOr YOU ARE HEREBY BOTIFIED THAT THE OWNERS OF THE fAWN TICKET NUMBERS 28557 THRU 28785 INCLUSIVE MUST REDEEM THE PLEDGES REPRESENTED BY YOUR PAWN TICKET ON OR BEFORE JULY 22 THRU JULY 30, •80 OR YOUR RIGHT TO REDEEM WILL BE ft)BFEITED. / • DAU/kh CUOB 1212 North Boulder Highway I fnt rAWri >riwr Henderson, Nevada !"•' (ktinsed Pawnbroker arrangements. Montoya, who has lived in Henderson all of his 27 years and graduated from Hendei^on schools, has worked for various florists in Las Vegas prior to entering business for himself in Hendeoon. Mrs. Ray has lived in the area for 28 years and has three daughters and two grandchildren. Her husband works for Dynalectric in Henderson and Las Vegas. Mr. and Mrs. Williams are long time resi* dents. They lived here prior to 1952 and moved here permanently in 1955. Williams was elected to the city council in 1981 and has served on the council or as Mayor since that time. They have two children and two granddaughters. Mrs. Williams will continue her association with Olsen Realty while Williams will spend time at the shop. INUinCIPAL COURT REPORT Phone_(7p2)S4-jj mi YOUNGBRUE MOVING AND STORAGE CO.] /IGENTSRM GLOBAL VAN UNES -•U)CM.MOVGS •STORAGE • OUr-OFSTATEMOV@ : it CnifTfniLED MOVES NTO NEVADA: 'WHFN rrs YOUR MOVE frs OUR TDOI CALL 457-3060 Among the turprising variety of freh and nutritious eafood available from Virginia waters it a fish that "Ulka." The distinctive drumming croak produced by this lean, mild tasting fish gives rise to its name, the croaker. Virginia watermen land rich harvests of croaker from March through late fall. These are the months when budget-conscious consumers can get their best bargains on this already economical seafood delight at their local retail seafood counter. It used to be that croaker and other such Hnfish from Virginia provided a delicious change of taste for fisherfolk, but hardly anyone else. But today, thanks to UNDER NEW MANAGJpiT FDPEN MOUkSAT 10T02 SUNDAY 12 NOON T01AM FEATURING: (Across From Bingo Bam) Kenny Brazel At The Piano M0N.-SAT. • 8 PM TO 1AM • REGULAR PRICES ON ALL DRINKS PACKAGED UQUOR WITH SUPERMARKET PRKESl^ modern processing and the state's rapidly growing seafood industry, fresh Virginia seafood is shipped throughout the eastern half of the United States. To experience the delectable difference that croaker, properly prepared, can make m your diet, try this recipe, a longtime favorite of Virginia Chef Andrew Revella of the Chamberlin Hotel in Hampton. CROAKER FRANCHESE 4 small croaker (8-10 oz. boned) 4 slices white bread 4 large eggs 1 bottle dry white wine 4 lemons flour 1/4 lb. butter Heat butter in saute pan. While butter is heating break and beat eggs. Dip bread into egg and place in frying pan. While the bread is frying dredge the croaker in flour. Then place dredged croaker into the egg. After removing the fried bread, place croaker in pan. Slice two ot the lemon* into ei^t slice* each. Slice each piece of bread into four triangle*. Then arrange on a plate. By now it's time to turn the croaker. When you turn the croaker on its back side, squeese the juice of the two lemons and pour about four ounoea of the white wine over the fish. Salt and pepper to taste. Allow to saute for five minutes. Serve the remaining wine with the fish. i$4S fittST TACTICAL Ue* OF -rur tfoffeM v*? M nsn vMfH -TO AMP FWM-tw mo uT uum^.' EAf^MEp THEIR NIM6S IN THfc U.S. ARMY'S Mltie-HiioftTH HfeUCOTTEK f^urr V w*l/ ri'^m Taeaday, July 15 • 9t00a.iii. Harold Roy Sincock. 80. Driving under the influence. Bench Warrant quashed. Pled Guilty. Fined $17S; Failed to obtain Nevada drivers license, Bench warrant quashed. Pled guilty. Excused of fine. Roy Edward Catlow. 24, Bench warrant, $25 bail forfeited; Prohibited parking, $5 bail forfeited. Richard Tucker, 40, Bench warrant, $25 bail forfeited; Parked in yellow zone. $10 bail forfeited. Richard Anthony Lucero. 26. Batteiy, Did not appear. Bench Warrant issued. Robert Eugene Van Wormer, 26, Bench warrant. Pled guilty. Fined $100; No operators license. Pled guilty, fined $25; No vehicle registration. Pled guilty, Fined $25. Donna Lou Frazier, 34, Bench warrant, $25 bail forfeited; Prohibited parking, $10 bail forfeited. Albert Russell Ludwig, 25. Disobeyed stop sign. Pled guilty, fined $10. Jerry Eugenie Smith, 41, Unregistered vehicle. Bench warrant quashed, Pres. valid reg., Dismissed. Timothy Jame Weaver. 26, No drivers license. Did not appear. Bench warrant issued. Michael Gene Lewis 20. Disobeyed stop sign. Did not appear. Bench warrant issued. Joy Greenhalgh Maestas. 26. Expired drivers license. Pres. valid lie. Dismissed. Charles Myron Chase, 55, Disobeyed red light. Did not appear. Bench warrant issued. May Harris, 42, Speeding 67/45 -r-. Pled guilty. Fined $22. Michael Bernard Hofer, 29, Unregistered vehicle, $25 bail forfeited. Jose Antonio Guzman. 18. Speeding 55/45. $20 bail forfeited. Jack Salvatore Sole, 75, Disobeyed stop sign. Pled guilty. Fined $10. Jons Karamalikifi, 42, No registration, Pres. valid reg., Dismmissed; No insurance, Pres. valid ins.. Dismissed. 10:00 a.in. Dave Anthony Smith, 19, Possession bludgeoning device. Changed plea to guilty Credit time served/5 days. Bail bond exonerated. By Maryellen Valller Sadovich ARTICLE IX of-the U.S.-ConsUtutionguarantees that: "The enumeration in this Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retain by the people." These words indicate an ancient recognition that there are rights and powers belonging to the people, beyond those embraced in state or federal constitutions, and these rights, whenever they can be defined, should not be abridged by any government. Over the years, the rights of silence and travel have been guaranteed by ARTICLE IX. However, the word "people" does not now mean "every individual." In local government, the will of the people is embod ied i n a small group of elected, appointed, or hired individuals. Few residents pay any attention to the procedures utilized by this group until personal rights have been abridged so severely that a scandal brings the matter to public attention. Still, it is that small group of officials in any local government who determine the definition of crime in the community and who decide, through the municipal court, just how severe punishments will be. The right of silence guaranteed by ARTICLA IX implies that the local governing body is not obligated to explain their procedures to other governing bodies. As a i-esult, an offense may be treated quite differently in each community. It has been said that crime in Henderson is rapidly advancing. Police and court budgets are adjusted annually to insure public safety. From the annual police reports, these figures indicate the extent of criminal activity in Henderson, Over a period of two years. ~ 1977 1979 Total arrests made 1326 1874 Traffic accidents 512 622 Rape 7 1,3 Child abuse 38 16 Suicide 2 4 Adult traffic citations 3572 3743 Police budget: 1977-78--—$962,234.00 1979-80 $1,272,660.0 Tuesday, July 8 9:00 a.m. Judge takes his place behind judicial bench, and during the next 25 minutes a variety of fines are levied on citations issued for traffic violation, contributing to deliquency of a minor, DUI. and petty larceny. In the municipal court, more citations are issued for traffic violations than for any other offense. LETTER TO THE EDITOR To Outraged Father Dear Sir. I am very sorry for your daughter, who became an unwed mother at age 15. But I am also sorry for her having a parent who did not supervise her activities, or care where she was going or what she was doing.It is so easy to blame everyone else when we have failed in our duty. Permissive parents make juvenile deliquents. I've never heard of a spanking hurting a child, except their feelings or their posteriors for a few minutes. Sorry sir, but this is one for which you are going to have to accept the responsibility. M. Watts Air conditioning isi—_ i:at least 70% of your ^summer power This conservation booklet tells you how to cut down on air conditioning and still be plenty comfortable Nevada Powe'* ComDc ''.ooyt^-^mttori. Pick up a free copy at any Nevada Power Office or Coll 385-6101. Conservation...it works! Planning a trip can be half the fun—and save you a lot of money. Part of any prevacation research should include a review of brochures and other literature available from state agencies and tourism centers. By writing to agenciesin each state, you can usually get much of the descriptive material needed to plan a fun-filled vacation. To know where to write for what, you need more than a roadmap with just highway numbers and names. For example, the 1980 Rand McNally Atlaa features points of interest on the margins of each state map. Atlas editors suggest you write several months early and be specific about your interests —camping, fishing, sightseeing, cities and towns and parts of state you wish to visit. For a list of tourism agencies in the U.S., Canada and Mexico, write: Rand McNally Road Atlaa, P.O. Box 7600, Chicago, III. 60680. Include a stamped, self-addressed N,o. 10 envelope. j^ati Tuesday. July tZ, 1980 Pages Henderson Home News, Henderson. Nevada lil,.^..:^fi^^J^' ED FOUNTAIN TOYOTA • jn '*^ ii^ 'td^ JULY JULY 31 onl^ l::^ jl.|.> ^•^ "if 10 BIO TO SAVE • A':/r ,^i V ^ /*_ V %i sii ggli OF r ^m 1978 & 197 • -• >< 1t if i\ ^ 'fc' ii^. far TMS Oiitr Is HRltMLea So hurry In May! USED CARS yMTTB) \ A 'WW root. '<*• ear. *6199 .* • air COIH 11 MNGK SKYURK "6599 ..w.. h.wii kam ^**. HMMyUUM AutomMHc. OOMl., root rack. po.|U>*. autwnaHe, sir COTMI., am/tml ^ ^ ..,.. bo< lroi a*l, aulomMc. •r brakM. "12 MONTH/IZ.OOOIMWM. bucket *at, ntce car ^21 v4 anOkw. oond poww tiewlna. am POWER TOAWSUBt SAFEiMOHTH/lt.OOO MILE POWfB TRA NI ^^^^'^J^, "^ • **^ ""^^ *" rSUHEWWWAIWAMTY.-2730-1. I •—"• ""—• \SS u ^4CMLlLMMaa M999, AutoiMMc. air oon., root rack, pow-lunteek. automane, •. w • •r brakM. "12 MONTM/12.000l^. buekst seat*, ntee car i ly^^Mtaa ak MLE KMVER -mAM'SURE SAFE iMONTM^It.OOO MILE POWCR TAAI I ndoMMS-i |waiTamy."SWi-i. [auwESAW WAIWAKTY."2T30:1. I"" "3599 1. ^. J1S^4-^"^^-^"^ ^. ISSls' • ** 8UI A" •'^^ ISTT-I -! 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Tuesday, Juty tt, 19M Page 4 Mayor and Mrs. Williams Join 'Antique Rose' Florist Shop Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Municipal Court Report Mayor and Mrs. Lorin Williams announced they have purchased interest in the Antique Rose floral shop at 338 Water Street, and will be partners with Dick Montoya and Peggy Ray. The shop was opened just before Christmas last year and features not only a selection of antiques but gift items, wall hangings, wicker and basket line, and a wide variety of house plants. They specialise in custom decorating in the home, weddings and funerals and other THE 'TALKING' FISH r i"—NOTICfe] • JULY 1980 ;j^TO PLEDGORS AND PAWNORS: fbu AND EACHOr YOU ARE HEREBY BOTIFIED THAT THE OWNERS OF THE fAWN TICKET NUMBERS 28557 THRU 28785 INCLUSIVE MUST REDEEM THE PLEDGES REPRESENTED BY YOUR PAWN TICKET ON OR BEFORE JULY 22 THRU JULY 30, •80 OR YOUR RIGHT TO REDEEM WILL BE ft)BFEITED. / • DAU/kh CUOB 1212 North Boulder Highway I fnt rAWri >riwr Henderson, Nevada !"•' (ktinsed Pawnbroker arrangements. Montoya, who has lived in Henderson all of his 27 years and graduated from Hendei^on schools, has worked for various florists in Las Vegas prior to entering business for himself in Hendeoon. Mrs. Ray has lived in the area for 28 years and has three daughters and two grandchildren. Her husband works for Dynalectric in Henderson and Las Vegas. Mr. and Mrs. Williams are long time resi* dents. They lived here prior to 1952 and moved here permanently in 1955. Williams was elected to the city council in 1981 and has served on the council or as Mayor since that time. They have two children and two granddaughters. Mrs. Williams will continue her association with Olsen Realty while Williams will spend time at the shop. INUinCIPAL COURT REPORT Phone_(7p2)S4-jj mi YOUNGBRUE MOVING AND STORAGE CO.] /IGENTSRM GLOBAL VAN UNES -•U)CM.MOVGS •STORAGE • OUr-OFSTATEMOV@ : it CnifTfniLED MOVES NTO NEVADA: 'WHFN rrs YOUR MOVE frs OUR TDOI CALL 457-3060 Among the turprising variety of freh and nutritious eafood available from Virginia waters it a fish that "Ulka." The distinctive drumming croak produced by this lean, mild tasting fish gives rise to its name, the croaker. Virginia watermen land rich harvests of croaker from March through late fall. These are the months when budget-conscious consumers can get their best bargains on this already economical seafood delight at their local retail seafood counter. It used to be that croaker and other such Hnfish from Virginia provided a delicious change of taste for fisherfolk, but hardly anyone else. But today, thanks to UNDER NEW MANAGJpiT FDPEN MOUkSAT 10T02 SUNDAY 12 NOON T01AM FEATURING: (Across From Bingo Bam) Kenny Brazel At The Piano M0N.-SAT. • 8 PM TO 1AM • REGULAR PRICES ON ALL DRINKS PACKAGED UQUOR WITH SUPERMARKET PRKESl^ modern processing and the state's rapidly growing seafood industry, fresh Virginia seafood is shipped throughout the eastern half of the United States. To experience the delectable difference that croaker, properly prepared, can make m your diet, try this recipe, a longtime favorite of Virginia Chef Andrew Revella of the Chamberlin Hotel in Hampton. CROAKER FRANCHESE 4 small croaker (8-10 oz. boned) 4 slices white bread 4 large eggs 1 bottle dry white wine 4 lemons flour 1/4 lb. butter Heat butter in saute pan. While butter is heating break and beat eggs. Dip bread into egg and place in frying pan. While the bread is frying dredge the croaker in flour. Then place dredged croaker into the egg. After removing the fried bread, place croaker in pan. Slice two ot the lemon* into ei^t slice* each. Slice each piece of bread into four triangle*. Then arrange on a plate. By now it's time to turn the croaker. When you turn the croaker on its back side, squeese the juice of the two lemons and pour about four ounoea of the white wine over the fish. Salt and pepper to taste. Allow to saute for five minutes. Serve the remaining wine with the fish. i$4S fittST TACTICAL Ue* OF -rur tfoffeM v*? M nsn vMfH -TO AMP FWM-tw mo uT uum^.' EAf^MEp THEIR NIM6S IN THfc U.S. ARMY'S Mltie-HiioftTH HfeUCOTTEK f^urr V w*l/ ri'^m Taeaday, July 15 • 9t00a.iii. Harold Roy Sincock. 80. Driving under the influence. Bench Warrant quashed. Pled Guilty. Fined $17S; Failed to obtain Nevada drivers license, Bench warrant quashed. Pled guilty. Excused of fine. Roy Edward Catlow. 24, Bench warrant, $25 bail forfeited; Prohibited parking, $5 bail forfeited. Richard Tucker, 40, Bench warrant, $25 bail forfeited; Parked in yellow zone. $10 bail forfeited. Richard Anthony Lucero. 26. Batteiy, Did not appear. Bench Warrant issued. Robert Eugene Van Wormer, 26, Bench warrant. Pled guilty. Fined $100; No operators license. Pled guilty, fined $25; No vehicle registration. Pled guilty, Fined $25. Donna Lou Frazier, 34, Bench warrant, $25 bail forfeited; Prohibited parking, $10 bail forfeited. Albert Russell Ludwig, 25. Disobeyed stop sign. Pled guilty, fined $10. Jerry Eugenie Smith, 41, Unregistered vehicle. Bench warrant quashed, Pres. valid reg., Dismissed. Timothy Jame Weaver. 26, No drivers license. Did not appear. Bench warrant issued. Michael Gene Lewis 20. Disobeyed stop sign. Did not appear. Bench warrant issued. Joy Greenhalgh Maestas. 26. Expired drivers license. Pres. valid lie. Dismissed. Charles Myron Chase, 55, Disobeyed red light. Did not appear. Bench warrant issued. May Harris, 42, Speeding 67/45 -r-. Pled guilty. Fined $22. Michael Bernard Hofer, 29, Unregistered vehicle, $25 bail forfeited. Jose Antonio Guzman. 18. Speeding 55/45. $20 bail forfeited. Jack Salvatore Sole, 75, Disobeyed stop sign. Pled guilty. Fined $10. Jons Karamalikifi, 42, No registration, Pres. valid reg., Dismmissed; No insurance, Pres. valid ins.. Dismissed. 10:00 a.in. Dave Anthony Smith, 19, Possession bludgeoning device. Changed plea to guilty Credit time served/5 days. Bail bond exonerated. By Maryellen Valller Sadovich ARTICLE IX of-the U.S.-ConsUtutionguarantees that: "The enumeration in this Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retain by the people." These words indicate an ancient recognition that there are rights and powers belonging to the people, beyond those embraced in state or federal constitutions, and these rights, whenever they can be defined, should not be abridged by any government. Over the years, the rights of silence and travel have been guaranteed by ARTICLE IX. However, the word "people" does not now mean "every individual." In local government, the will of the people is embod ied i n a small group of elected, appointed, or hired individuals. Few residents pay any attention to the procedures utilized by this group until personal rights have been abridged so severely that a scandal brings the matter to public attention. Still, it is that small group of officials in any local government who determine the definition of crime in the community and who decide, through the municipal court, just how severe punishments will be. The right of silence guaranteed by ARTICLA IX implies that the local governing body is not obligated to explain their procedures to other governing bodies. As a i-esult, an offense may be treated quite differently in each community. It has been said that crime in Henderson is rapidly advancing. Police and court budgets are adjusted annually to insure public safety. From the annual police reports, these figures indicate the extent of criminal activity in Henderson, Over a period of two years. ~ 1977 1979 Total arrests made 1326 1874 Traffic accidents 512 622 Rape 7 1,3 Child abuse 38 16 Suicide 2 4 Adult traffic citations 3572 3743 Police budget: 1977-78--—$962,234.00 1979-80 $1,272,660.0 Tuesday, July 8 9:00 a.m. Judge takes his place behind judicial bench, and during the next 25 minutes a variety of fines are levied on citations issued for traffic violation, contributing to deliquency of a minor, DUI. and petty larceny. In the municipal court, more citations are issued for traffic violations than for any other offense. LETTER TO THE EDITOR To Outraged Father Dear Sir. I am very sorry for your daughter, who became an unwed mother at age 15. But I am also sorry for her having a parent who did not supervise her activities, or care where she was going or what she was doing.It is so easy to blame everyone else when we have failed in our duty. Permissive parents make juvenile deliquents. I've never heard of a spanking hurting a child, except their feelings or their posteriors for a few minutes. Sorry sir, but this is one for which you are going to have to accept the responsibility. M. Watts Air conditioning isi—_ i:at least 70% of your ^summer power This conservation booklet tells you how to cut down on air conditioning and still be plenty comfortable Nevada Powe'* ComDc ''.ooyt^-^mttori. Pick up a free copy at any Nevada Power Office or Coll 385-6101. Conservation...it works! Planning a trip can be half the fun—and save you a lot of money. Part of any prevacation research should include a review of brochures and other literature available from state agencies and tourism centers. By writing to agenciesin each state, you can usually get much of the descriptive material needed to plan a fun-filled vacation. To know where to write for what, you need more than a roadmap with just highway numbers and names. For example, the 1980 Rand McNally Atlaa features points of interest on the margins of each state map. Atlas editors suggest you write several months early and be specific about your interests —camping, fishing, sightseeing, cities and towns and parts of state you wish to visit. For a list of tourism agencies in the U.S., Canada and Mexico, write: Rand McNally Road Atlaa, P.O. Box 7600, Chicago, III. 60680. Include a stamped, self-addressed N,o. 10 envelope. j^ati Tuesday. July tZ, 1980 Pages Henderson Home News, Henderson. Nevada lil,.^..:^fi^^J^' ED FOUNTAIN TOYOTA • jn '*^ ii^ 'td^ JULY JULY 31 onl^ l::^ jl.|.> ^•^ "if 10 BIO TO SAVE • A':/r ,^i V ^ /*_ V %i sii ggli OF r ^m 1978 & 197 • -• >< 1t if i\ ^ 'fc' ii^. far TMS Oiitr Is HRltMLea So hurry In May! USED CARS yMTTB) \ A 'WW root. '<*• ear. *6199 .* • air COIH 11 MNGK SKYURK "6599 ..w.. h.wii kam ^**. HMMyUUM AutomMHc. OOMl., root rack. po.|U>*. autwnaHe, sir COTMI., am/tml ^ ^ ..,.. bo< lroi a*l, aulomMc. •r brakM. "12 MONTH/IZ.OOOIMWM. bucket *at, ntce car ^21 v4 anOkw. oond poww tiewlna. am POWER TOAWSUBt SAFEiMOHTH/lt.OOO MILE POWfB TRA NI ^^^^'^J^, "^ • **^ ""^^ *" rSUHEWWWAIWAMTY.-2730-1. I •—"• ""—• \SS u ^4CMLlLMMaa M999, AutoiMMc. air oon., root rack, pow-lunteek. automane, •. w • •r brakM. "12 MONTM/12.000l^. buekst seat*, ntee car i ly^^Mtaa ak MLE KMVER -mAM'SURE SAFE iMONTM^It.OOO MILE POWCR TAAI I ndoMMS-i |waiTamy."SWi-i. [auwESAW WAIWAKTY."2T30:1. I"" "3599 1. ^. J1S^4-^"^^-^"^ ^. ISSls' • ** 8UI A" •'^^ ISTT-I -! 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Hentterson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Psget iuesaay,Jnl3rn.llM T FII^ PLACE This it the State Industry teams were tied for first place for three weeks. Nash, Coach. Back row ftx>m left: Chuck BainMichael Church, Brian W. Bainbridge, Juan Tei|iiat took first place spot in the IndustKneeling frvm left: Steve Ford, Carl Ford,' bridge, Junior Pike, Dean Phinney, Willie Cuellar, Vnnk Briske. riarUague against Levi Strauss ft Co. Both Cecil Ford, Ken Carry, Fred Paredes and Bob Torres, Bruce Bainbridge, Gred Bainbridge, 3£R PTrm Hj*! r t ^ t';/*i j^ij Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Cummins Snares Slate Golf Tide Page? —R*y Cummins, prominent on the Basic Wolves Golf Team for the last two years, won the Nevada State Junior Match Play Championship at the Sierra Sage Golf j^..Kim^:mw'-m,.>mmm MIDGET LEAGUE Astros Down Rebs in Tournament Playoffs the 7-11 Aitlrii'JBI last week's tournament game against the WIstem Auto Reds, aides his cause by sliding into third. (Home News Photo). by Lois Cherry Sports Editor .The baseball tournaments are in full swing with the Tinals slated to take place this week. Through the process of elimination the top teams will be facing each other tonight and Thursday. In one of the final games last Thursday, the Western Auto Reds faced the 7-11 Astros in what became a slugfest in the last of the fourth inning. The game was Anally called by umpires when both teams ran out of time. The final score was 14-12 with the Astros taking the victory. Howard Stoddard was pitching for the Astros and in the first inning two Reds came home on errors. Rol>ert Conrad crossed home plate after Jim Moyes doubled. lt( the second. Glen Walden singled setting up a scoring situation and when Sean Cox singled, Walden came home. Cox succeeded in stealing second and third, then a wild pitch brought Cox home. Stoddard settled down in the second, walking David Inglis, then striking out Chris Queen and Tony Abeyta. Conrad singled, Moyes walked and Inglis made it to home when the Astro's catcher lost the ball. Tino Martinez then struck out It was a new ballgame when the Astros came to bat again with the score 4-4. Eddie Vincent, the starting pitcher for the Reds walked Todd Gagnon, Uien struck out Steve Probert. Jerry Harris flied out, to the ibort stop. Tyler Ryan succeeded in smashing out a double and Gagnon came home. With that sUght lead, the Astros never looked back. In the bottom of the third Cox walked and scored when Stoddard doubled. • In the fourth, three walks put the Astros on the march and a double by Walden combined with errors, brought all three across home plate, then a single Cox started the routine again and Cox scored on an error after another walk. With two men on, Stoddard came up and slammed out a triple bringing two more Astros home. When the Astros were finally put out by a call at home plate, the score was 14-5. When the reds came up in the bottom of the fourth, they knew they were running out of game time, but began to mount a serious offensive which started with a single, then Cromelin singled ,and Scow walked followed by a single for Ingels. Two Reds scored when Queen and Abeyta were walked setting up a situation when Conrad came to bat. With the bases loaded, Conrad hit a grand slam. Until then, the bench in the Reds' dugout was lined with listless looking players, but as the stream of Reds came across home plate they were all but running onto the ball field. The inning ended after the Reds had chalked up seven runs and sliced the Astros lead, but the game was officially over. Course last weeki Cummins took tihe State Championship for his age group. The tournament was sponsored by the Nevada State Golf Asso<;iation. The young golfer, who will be a senior this year at Basic High shot two over par for the four matches. Joey Seman, the only other Henderson youngster to compete in the tournament, won three matches, but lost in the final match to Cummins. Henderson Pre-School Registration Set % ITS NEW AT THE HOLIDAY CASINO ON THE STRIP! n^m [p to 5 consecolive Kcno races whh Just one ticket HERB'S HOW MUm-KACB KENO WORKS: • Mark one ticket and select the number of consecutive races you wish to play 2, 3, 4 or s! (Maximum of 5) • PrKnt the ticket to Keno writers and pay for aU races at one time. Now sit back and relax. •Whining tickets can only be collected immediately after your last race is called and prior to the calttng of the next race. • Play at your favorite table without being botheied. Just renew your ticket everyato 5 games, or let our keno girl do It for you. • 10 HOSE SIAHDIHG m UHB EVERT GAME. •ID MORE BBDIG SHUT OUT. •10 MORE WAinVG OH A KEHO GIRL EVERY ft*in •RELAX IM OUR OOmiG ROOM. OR AT OUR ROIDLTBAR. Henderson preschool is now registering for fall classes which will open in the Civic Center on Sept. 8. The regularly scheduled classes meet twice weekly are offered on Mon. and Wed. or Tues. and Thurs. ft-om 9-11 a.m. or 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. To register call: Alice Haney 565-6602 for Mon. Wed. Marg Miller 565-8096 for Tues. Thurs. Verle Starr 564-1756 forTuesThurs. Children must be 3 yrs. old by Sept to enroll in regular classes. A special class is being offered for four yr. olds who will be going to kindergarden the following year. The class will meet Mon., Wed. and Fri. trom 9-11 a.m. or 11-1 p.m. To register call: Nalatie Wilke 564-1352. Henderson Pre school Inc. does not descriminate against prospective students or applicants for faculty or staff positions on the basis of race. All students.regardlessofrace have equal opportunity to enjoy all rights and priviledges available and to engage in the fUU curriculum offered by our school. youeatana • im arr DONFIDENCE •MOOIMS firoiii l(nowlodge and experlMoo. HOUnfiY CASINO CBumniv KTMMMMilKMMO MT^ r ^ -'^^^-^ Two qualMas that mark those sorvicos offorod BUNKER'S thwillM VfSECOND PLACE Levi Strauss & Co. took second place in a playoff against State Industries last week in Morrell Park. Stiown lianding trophy to Coach Wayne Callahan trom Levi Strauss is Teny NcClain of the Henderson Parks and Recreation Department. (Home News Photo) Claud* Monet paintsd hit famoui wattr lily scMWs in hit 70'* and 80't, avtn iftw a cataract oparation. 300ii CUSTOM DRAPERY FIEXALUM NUN BUNDS! WOVEN WOODS BY KIRSCH New 118 iich Drapery Fabrics f— pro f iaaalonal d aotvloo In your I i^v decoraHni (702)564-6473 Tha Kodiak bear, or big brown bear it the largest type of bear, tometimei raacing nine feet in length and 1,600 pounds. 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Hentterson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Psget iuesaay,Jnl3rn.llM T FII^ PLACE This it the State Industry teams were tied for first place for three weeks. Nash, Coach. Back row ftx>m left: Chuck BainMichael Church, Brian W. Bainbridge, Juan Tei|iiat took first place spot in the IndustKneeling frvm left: Steve Ford, Carl Ford,' bridge, Junior Pike, Dean Phinney, Willie Cuellar, Vnnk Briske. riarUague against Levi Strauss ft Co. Both Cecil Ford, Ken Carry, Fred Paredes and Bob Torres, Bruce Bainbridge, Gred Bainbridge, 3£R PTrm Hj*! r t ^ t';/*i j^ij Henderson Home News, Henderson, Nevada Cummins Snares Slate Golf Tide Page? —R*y Cummins, prominent on the Basic Wolves Golf Team for the last two years, won the Nevada State Junior Match Play Championship at the Sierra Sage Golf j^..Kim^:mw'-m,.>mmm MIDGET LEAGUE Astros Down Rebs in Tournament Playoffs the 7-11 Aitlrii'JBI last week's tournament game against the WIstem Auto Reds, aides his cause by sliding into third. (Home News Photo). by Lois Cherry Sports Editor .The baseball tournaments are in full swing with the Tinals slated to take place this week. Through the process of elimination the top teams will be facing each other tonight and Thursday. In one of the final games last Thursday, the Western Auto Reds faced the 7-11 Astros in what became a slugfest in the last of the fourth inning. The game was Anally called by umpires when both teams ran out of time. The final score was 14-12 with the Astros taking the victory. Howard Stoddard was pitching for the Astros and in the first inning two Reds came home on errors. Rol>ert Conrad crossed home plate after Jim Moyes doubled. lt( the second. Glen Walden singled setting up a scoring situation and when Sean Cox singled, Walden came home. Cox succeeded in stealing second and third, then a wild pitch brought Cox home. Stoddard settled down in the second, walking David Inglis, then striking out Chris Queen and Tony Abeyta. Conrad singled, Moyes walked and Inglis made it to home when the Astro's catcher lost the ball. Tino Martinez then struck out It was a new ballgame when the Astros came to bat again with the score 4-4. Eddie Vincent, the starting pitcher for the Reds walked Todd Gagnon, Uien struck out Steve Probert. Jerry Harris flied out, to the ibort stop. Tyler Ryan succeeded in smashing out a double and Gagnon came home. With that sUght lead, the Astros never looked back. In the bottom of the third Cox walked and scored when Stoddard doubled. • In the fourth, three walks put the Astros on the march and a double by Walden combined with errors, brought all three across home plate, then a single Cox started the routine again and Cox scored on an error after another walk. With two men on, Stoddard came up and slammed out a triple bringing two more Astros home. When the Astros were finally put out by a call at home plate, the score was 14-5. When the reds came up in the bottom of the fourth, they knew they were running out of game time, but began to mount a serious offensive which started with a single, then Cromelin singled ,and Scow walked followed by a single for Ingels. Two Reds scored when Queen and Abeyta were walked setting up a situation when Conrad came to bat. With the bases loaded, Conrad hit a grand slam. Until then, the bench in the Reds' dugout was lined with listless looking players, but as the stream of Reds came across home plate they were all but running onto the ball field. The inning ended after the Reds had chalked up seven runs and sliced the Astros lead, but the game was officially over. Course last weeki Cummins took tihe State Championship for his age group. The tournament was sponsored by the Nevada State Golf Asso<;iation. The young golfer, who will be a senior this year at Basic High shot two over par for the four matches. Joey Seman, the only other Henderson youngster to compete in the tournament, won three matches, but lost in the final match to Cummins. Henderson Pre-School Registration Set % ITS NEW AT THE HOLIDAY CASINO ON THE STRIP! n^m [p to 5 consecolive Kcno races whh Just one ticket HERB'S HOW MUm-KACB KENO WORKS: • Mark one ticket and select the number of consecutive races you wish to play 2, 3, 4 or s! (Maximum of 5) • PrKnt the ticket to Keno writers and pay for aU races at one time. Now sit back and relax. •Whining tickets can only be collected immediately after your last race is called and prior to the calttng of the next race. • Play at your favorite table without being botheied. Just renew your ticket everyato 5 games, or let our keno girl do It for you. • 10 HOSE SIAHDIHG m UHB EVERT GAME. •ID MORE BBDIG SHUT OUT. •10 MORE WAinVG OH A KEHO GIRL EVERY ft*in •RELAX IM OUR OOmiG ROOM. OR AT OUR ROIDLTBAR. Henderson preschool is now registering for fall classes which will open in the Civic Center on Sept. 8. The regularly scheduled classes meet twice weekly are offered on Mon. and Wed. or Tues. and Thurs. ft-om 9-11 a.m. or 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. To register call: Alice Haney 565-6602 for Mon. Wed. Marg Miller 565-8096 for Tues. Thurs. Verle Starr 564-1756 forTuesThurs. Children must be 3 yrs. old by Sept to enroll in regular classes. A special class is being offered for four yr. olds who will be going to kindergarden the following year. The class will meet Mon., Wed. and Fri. trom 9-11 a.m. or 11-1 p.m. To register call: Nalatie Wilke 564-1352. Henderson Pre school Inc. does not descriminate against prospective students or applicants for faculty or staff positions on the basis of race. All students.regardlessofrace have equal opportunity to enjoy all rights and priviledges available and to engage in the fUU curriculum offered by our school. youeatana • im arr DONFIDENCE •MOOIMS firoiii l(nowlodge and experlMoo. HOUnfiY CASINO CBumniv KTMMMMilKMMO MT^ r ^ -'^^^-^ Two qualMas that mark those sorvicos offorod BUNKER'S thwillM VfSECOND PLACE Levi Strauss & Co. took second place in a playoff against State Industries last week in Morrell Park. Stiown lianding trophy to Coach Wayne Callahan trom Levi Strauss is Teny NcClain of the Henderson Parks and Recreation Department. (Home News Photo) Claud* Monet paintsd hit famoui wattr lily scMWs in hit 70'* and 80't, avtn iftw a cataract oparation. 300ii CUSTOM DRAPERY FIEXALUM NUN BUNDS! WOVEN WOODS BY KIRSCH New 118 iich Drapery Fabrics f— pro f iaaalonal d aotvloo In your I i^v decoraHni (702)564-6473 Tha Kodiak bear, or big brown bear it the largest type of bear, tometimei raacing nine feet in length and 1,600 pounds. Now, You Can Enjoy The Ultimate In Sleep Comfort > n This Beautiful Roomy, Relaxing Waterbed AndSAVE$60l You'N nww have a iMtter opportunitv to live the waterbed lifestyle...or at a better price...than with this outstanding buy...the Bookcase Capri. Not only will you enjoy arKi profit by the total relaxing, healthful and invigorating sleep it'll provide you nightly, its rich wood grains arwJ fine craftsnnanship will niake you want to show off its beauty to all visitors. Truly, a compliment to you and your honne. Choose from King, Queen or Super Twin. But hurry. Quantities limited. "Capri Bookcase Special Come in and sea the largest selection of waterbeds in styles and prices in this area. That includes for the younger set...youth waterbeds. And all the nciatchlng furniture you'll want to go with your choice...night stands, chests, dressers, and much more. You'll also find all the waterbed accessories you'll ever need, too. That includes anti-9lgae products, bedspreads, pilk)ws,'sheets and more. Complete Guarantees. 4-year heater guarantee. 13-year mattress warranty. Your watert>ed mattress is automatically guaranteed by the Liberty • Blue Ribbon Warranty Program. Once we explain this program to you, you'll know why Dana's has become the rTH)St popular shoppir>g place for waterbed enthusiasts. And anyone who's ever slept on one will become an erv thusiast! FInencIng AvaieMe. Why wait? Enjoy now by using your good credit. We'll work with you with approved credit to nwke your monthly payments easy as possible to meet. Or, if you prefer, use your Visa or Master Charge. But, don't delay. Come in today and choose from dozens of beautiful styles and find the just-right one for you and yours. Wiaterbed Interiors by Dana 45M870 I Boulder Highway

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Toetday, July tZ, IIM Page! nenaeroa nouie i^w, ncuucisuu, I^WMUM riiiflnTflftSi STUDIO APTS. Vtilitiet. rr root: I Mrs. brick fi -—^ ^ RENT — 1 1 STUDIO APTS. Utilitiet. C*ir TV, 11 Mat. I7S.M wk. 4S1-M4ft. Rri|riMHPlLS0S-7B2B| |Blod(W* I Mossers MASONRY I iDiin MDMV "^ky^ IMNon ConMdDr^^* ; lit Na 1478B rr root: 1 bdra. brick koB*. Large taaccd ydfroat Aback. MM per M. lit Uil required. M4Mt after i pjk ADD-A-ROOM Remodel — renovate — repair Cloae In your garage — Add a Garage — YOU NAME n — WE'U DO ITll Quality Workmanship — Competitive Tates. ] — FORRPNTj 'l ani., S Blk llskltMll !l IIIU • • • Call aiMk 1 I: Mwuada •fhf. uH-mei. | Backhoe, loader, dump truck. All for $25. per hr. 293-21 IS B.C. rbTnZtineiit. Wier & f^ ^ •^ -293-1613|| •. ...••!•• Baai*. B ^iiiiaa>iiiia'Ai<>h MSTANTOBN lit 2a4 3H I >lorlKi||r ind Tryil IVfdt J HIANKKOZAl I 734-70M 170-64541 POI SALE: 14x7t Mobil* H*aM.SbirBi..>bath.AU Bcw carpet it kitchca cabiaeti. Appraised at |14,M. M.M* at It. Pfc. • MI-77M. Hda. roa BBNT; UlckraMM. ISi. •fc. VUIIHM HikWy BMI FOR RENT 5palV'**c3l"BUck"M77nUrn'BeiUy ^ j ?i ^ '^x^^r'!,^^ i^^^^.m^.m^^.mmmmmmmmm'.mml ^ fTlppemConitructionl FOR SALE acre lot, B.c. I llZ^^^m. Wa>aB^^K^PapaygJg;;^i^;;g;;;^g^g.. KKEE ESTIMATFS Sopcrb valley view. By Tmmmmmmwmmm^* # CO^riACfOS UCtNSl NO 1027O llayd lllitti r*m lanlUaua NOW WITH FOR SALE I 197 FORD BRONCO LM4Hk BuifH' XLT. • • •• • •-' Uc. Hwr knkM, lUSS BIIM. Craltc C*ad coiianiwoRK SS-1443ar 56S-S327 aaa elaart SOUNaSN'S CRNTBR saa .BX. aiwiNo A*. C it aaaket aeaae to put a good aoorlag cevcr oa your boat to protect it from the barning rays of the Sun. B.C. Caavas, IIM Nev. Hwy. Pb. IM-4M*. BEAUTIFUL eusleai hone far sale to lease. Many extras. Pk. TCDPrS UTCHBNnTBS "Jati kriag yoar taalkknik" na-lTlS. %.C YARD SALE: Avon it some amall aatiqaes. July tZ, M, tS. tt D. ToU St, HdB. Trailer Haven. S til 7. Artifact: MM yr. old pot from Coato Rica. Valued at M*MWIU sacrifice far IIMI Ph. SM-7H4. FOR SALE: Pipe corral fence • plus feeder. Ph. MI-7aS.Hdn. For rent: S bdrm. boae. Feaced yard. No pcta. MM mm. pina depoait. Ph. SM-MT7. WANTED, persoa to fliel alrplaacs at B.C Airport MS-MM, uk Car Art B.C MOBILE HOME, Glaerweod Mobile Park, IS a M, 2 bdnn, IH bath, flS^M M3-55M. CaU befire StM B.C J DECORATIVE ROCK SPRINKLERS • CLEAN UP-REMOVAL 1 AL4 I M-144aor DOES VOUa BATHROOM MARLITC NEED REPLACING? Prcc Eillmdrs. Sa4tgr. EXCELLENT FAMILY HOME, 3 bath, 5 bedroom, { view of the desert, ample storage. A muit to see. Priced at only $85,500.00. LAKE MEAD LOTS. Call today for details. Build that dream house you've always wanted. The price is right. CORNER LOT3 bedroom, 1% bath, Garage converted to large family room. Covered patio, lovely landscaping. Make this a must to see. $79,700. 3 BEDROOMS Take advantage of a beautiful Lake View fyom the sundeck of your own custom home in Marina Highlands only $117,000.00. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. Ideal corner location. Priced right Gail for farther information. TWO IDEAL LOCATIONS: AVE.K-3 or 4 bedroom home with gueat room over garage. Ideal family home, cloae to shopping and Khoola. A real Doll houae. $76,500.00. CALIF. ST. 3 bedroom, 1-bath up with 2-t>edrooro apt. in baaement. Lovely backyard with storage area. $82,000.00. K YOUR OWN NSSCONTACT US POR YOUR mSMSS OPMMTIMTIl YARD SALE: 154S Palai 8t,Fri.8at,ftSan.giaaU appliaaees, baby erib ft S. OM acre bnUdlBg I Ugh so view io • era*oo.igMI4t. Per reat: t hdrain 1 bch 4-plea apt w • ref. ft )ft laa. la $•8 Baatalaster. Ml-ltML f gts r aae ft laaadry w.|nlae.laBla. IVINAVI RMTAIS AVAMAMi NOW. owner, phone 283-8027 evenings only. B.C. SOFA, 8 ft., green and gold, good cond. caatom make, $7S or make offer. 283-4U7. B.C. LIGHT GREEN tweed carpet and pad. 12 x 15, $M 2M-2SM. B.C. CONCRETE WORK • Carpentry. Patio covers. Pk. 585-Mll FOR SALE • Large flmlly home. 888M down. Owaer will carry. Owner Liceasee.S44-54M. For sale: Double bed plete. $38. Ph. 8854 comWldower, eariy STs wishes to meet lady over 48. Non smoker, aoa drlaker far compaaioaakip ft weekend tripa to Vegaa. P.O. Bex 4M, Headeraoa. For rent: nice 3 bdrm. 2 bth Highland Hills Home. $475 mo. ft 8tS$ deposit Call Rosa, 585-8747. MECHANIC WANTED: Own toola. Salary plus commission. Apply at Zlke's Hdn. Texaco, Lake Mead ft Water St., Hda. Apt. for rent. HENDERSON. Sharp 1 bdrm. Stove, refrigerator. $225 monthly. 588-8288 or S84-77M. I BROKEN WINDOWS! REPAIR. Glaaa and mirroB.WiUiaatanBewmir-| rors or replace old ones. | 283-5110. Teaching Tennia. Profeasioaal, former tonraameat player. Greap ft Private lessens. Call for rates. 884-8844. Property People REaNTLY "DOUID UP" Cut 2 bdrm, I bath home. Has beeb completely remodeled. New carpet, new cabinets, new refHgerator. Will sell FHA or VA. $39,900.00 More deUils, call 564-2515 LOW IN PRKE ,GREAT IN VALUE Low interest loons available on these homes— 1. 3 bdrm, 2 bath. Added family room $49,900 2.3 bdrm, 1^ bath. New carpet, new siding, new paint $49,950 3.3 bdrm, 2 bath. Upgraded carpet, fenced yard, walk • in closet $45,500 For more deUils, call Gary 564-2515, eves. 565-9081. A FRIENDLY HOUSE 3 bdrm, 2 bath, cui de sac, fenced yard, covered patio, Very Nice! $49,000. Call Myrna 564-2515, eves. 565-0928 HOME IS WHERE THE HEART IS You and your heart will love this Spic & Span 4 bdrm Highland Hills home. Tastefully decorated in earth tones. Plenty of room for a pool. The loan is assumable, Call Rosa for you appt. 564-2515, eves. 565-0747 SPUSHI SPUSHI I into your own pool w diving board. Custom home on H acre near Black Mtn. Golf Course, 4 bdrm, fireplace in family room Formal living & dining room. 2 plus garage and much more. Jackie has deUils 564-2515, eves. 564-1363 VERY, VERY LOW INTEREST ASSUMPTION This 3 bdrm home has a 2 car garage and automatic sprinklers. You can assume 7.25% loan with payments. Call Gary for specifics CUn AS A BUG 2 bdrm home, nearly new and you can take over the FHA loan Call Rosa for details. ENTERTAIN MUCH? or eiUoy the Extra Comforts Beautiftil, unique tri • level Gdlf { Course Home. 2 bdrms, 2 baths on upper level, Living & dining room, 3rd bdrm on middle level, and family room, kitchen and workshop on lower level. Brick harbeque and lush yard. Call Jackie for appt TOTAUY REMODELED & enlarged older home. Huge living room with fireplace & lots of room for a pool table. Formal dining room ft step • saver kitchen with many cabinets. They don't build homes like this anjrmore. Over 1,500 sq. ft. for Just $57,960. Rosa has info. $5,000 DOWN and owner will carry on this lovely 4 bdrm. Lewis home. Approx. 1700 sq. ft. Only 1 yr. old. Call Myrna INVESTOR Take a look at this exceptional duplex Good income property Call Elnora for more deUils BUT HURRY 564-2515, eves. 565-9393 QUAUn AND TASn Beautiful Spanish style home in Sec. 19 area. expenses haven't been spared to bring excellent quality, view of Las Vegas is ftinUstic. The This CRISPY CLEAN Ultra neat 3 bdrm, 1^ bath home. Carport, kitchen • dining room combo. Lovely yard with fhiit trees, storage shed and cyclone fenced. Roy can better describe this home. 564-2515, eves. 564-1163 CUTE VALLEY VIEW HOME Convenient location. Assumable loan & priced at $45,500 POOL Is the summer heat getting you down? This S bdrm home with a f^ee form pool is Just the ticket to cool you down. CaU Elnora JUST REDUCED Brand new custom 4 bdrm home on H acre in Section 19. Delighttul floorplan, and Marvelous view. STUPENDOUS OFRR Smartly built S bdrm home. With 10% down, owner will sell FHA or VA or Owner will carry. $47,500 HOUSE LOVER This custom 3 bdrm home is on 1 Acre and has corrals far your horses, FHA Appraised. Best Buy On The Market Elnora has details. TRAIUR ESTAn LOT 66 X 130 mobile home lot with 18 x 30 concrete block garage. Asking only $25,006 BUY ONE OR BUY roUR nice baildlng lota 56 x 135 each. Only I8.566 each. Call Myrna IF YOU ARE THMMNG OF BUKDING A HOME, WE NAVE LOTS TO PUT IT ON ft EVERY SECTNm— REALTORS 18 Water St. 564-2515 sMMai. iusUy,4uiygg, i^ifn PART-TIME RECEPTIONIST SECRBTAR-; lAL POSITION open be^l glaalag Aagaal U with Clark Couaty Coauaanltf College In Hendenea (it Petor'a Ceator, Rat 7) M' WPM typlag aad office, experience preferred. Call Betty Scott att S84M -1844381 Cloa-> ing date: Aag. 1st. Hda 1878 VW Dasher Statloa Wagoa far sale. Mast sacrifice. Call OM at i88-7tl7. GAS TANK • 88 Oalloa Capacity. 184-1848. Hda. FREE TO GOOD HOME: Ceckapoe mix pnpples. 8 wka. old. Call S84-227. DEPUE BUSINESS SERVICE All year tax aecoaaUng, Monthly bookkeeping ft Payroll, Mailing Usto • Advertising, Bpeelailsed ft Tstal Cities • Csrole DePnc, Proprietress, 818 S. Boulder Hwy., Hdn. 584-5574. wa aawwv^ BAINBOW UWNCAIE 4 ^ Aaylhiag l^it ..y |,^, aeedtalaKiccthatnUaay, r bodfel. Call Urry at 7SS-18SSallerlp.M.B:c mmm^m 1 >**ea a Ik WB BUY USED BATTERIES. STM each. BIG JOHN ft SONS, 1681 PoethiU Dr.. B .C BAHA'I FAITH • CUases •sradaltsaadeUldroaen the Baha'i way of life. Sandsyt 18 a A. I8S41M. ABE YOV UVINQ WITH A DBINKINO PBOBLBMH If so. why net try Al-Anen? Meetings are Tnes., 18 a.m. at 8t. Tiasetby's Epiaeepal Chnreb. Taea., 8:$t p.m. Clnb, $1 Water St, Wad., 8 fm. 8t Base de Uma leepltal. For SBore iafbrmatien, CaU I86-886S. Mdn. ATTENTION: Will ensteai bnlid Imck racks, saotorcycle trailers, uUL trailers, tew barm, dnae baggy trailers. Boaseaable ft I Pbst Ph. B6B4M7. MOTOR HOME FOB RENT. 1B78 $4 1 ft. geaerater and air. folly eqalpped. 2t$-M81. B.C fOtL RENT 12M sq. ft. -La Dolce ViU townhouse, 2 bdrm, 2 bath. No Pets. $425. mo. plus deposit 457-65S4.. MOTEL ROOMS ft KITCHENETTES ::olor TVs. utilities sad Lineat WEEKLY Ph. Harry, 4Sl-24a FOR RENT, townhouse, 2 bdrm, 2 bath, stove, ref. ft disbwaaher. $425, lat laat ft depo. 288-4586. B.C CUSTMi BOMB. 1 acra c aruar la Mlislaa HiUa. 4 Mm.. I Mfc, larga (amlly rm. flraplaco, i car laraga, Iharma wlaeawa. Prieo ro4ac4 IISJSS. ty ae a if! gSSJSa. Pk.att-IS88arHI.7lsa. DOGGROOMER ALSO BATHER ft BBU8HER EXPERIENCED ONLY BJ'S DOG OBOOM •^ RENT: Casa Linda Home. 4 bdrm. plus den. 2 bth. Central air, carpet, drapes, appl., 1st, last plus dep. Reaaoaable. Call Mr. Galle 4S^^S38. For sale: Two sows ft 4 piglets. 2 mo. old. Call S84-227a i < itii DiitBrsucDite Tuesday aad Wedaeaday 18 ajL to 8 pjn. CMyAanei Civic Center SM Water StreetM ONDUBON • m >a****i '78 FORD RANGER, anper cab, 3M, low mileage, mags, wide tires, auto., p-a, p-b, leather later, fag lighta,sbeU with ice box, paneliag, leather couches, brown carpet, sharp UBit. $38M. Call 2M-1811. B.C Free kitteas, 6 wks old. Call S84-2no. KITCHENETTES AND ROOMS FOR RENT. Daily, weekly. DESERT INN MOTEL. 283-2827. B.C House for sale: $M,8M. 2 bdrm, Ig liv rm, fenced yd, patio, beam celling, reatauraut kitchen, gaa cooking, new carpet, atucco Spanish texture throughout S8S-72SS. Babysitter aeedrd. Thurs ft Fri. 8:4S to 3;30 p.m. Grandmother type, my home. Call meat 58V7117. Clean. 3 bdrm., 1 bth, AC, 112 Zoned, no qualifying. Assume $4M. per mo. w $10,008 dn. By owner. 584-3214. By owner: lot SO x 75, Mene ft Sunset Rd. in Pittman. Beady to build. Utiiitiea. 584-5754. NEED A CART New in Town? Old In Town? No Credit? Short tiaae on the Job? Only $188, $M8, $388, or $4M downl Need an Aatemobiie to get aroand? Contact aa. We approve our owe contracta. laatant delivery. We will pick you up ft bring yon to our car lot Jnat telephone M t 88M. NEVADA AUTO SALES, 1813 N. BIdr. Hiry. Henderson, Nev. One block south of Sunset Blvd. ft BIdr. Hwy. 1: BOULDER ELECTRK t Boulder Dom Hotel 1305 Arizona, Boulder City, Nv. Speclol weekly rates during renovotion Licensed, bonded, insured. Lie. No. 15187. Call 293-1097 or 293-4899 72 Vega. Runs good, needs work. $2M. Magic Chef built in gas range ft oven. Blake offer. 585-8$U. BOULDER CITY Property People SUPERIOH CONSTRUCTION AND ENERGY EFHCIENT Quality features thronghout 3 BR. apiit level on H acre lot In Sub. 11. GREAT VIEW!!! CaU Pat & 2t3-8151 or S83-47M eves. FUN IN THE SUN Can be yours in this lovely 3 BR. hoaae with a beautiftil tnt form pool. Located on Annie Oakley off Ruasell Road. Call Pat & 2M-21S1 or t83-47M eves. CHEAPER THAN RENT!!! Coado ia excellent location. Park across the street with tennis courts. Beautiftil pool and rec. room. Nice grouada. Call Irma 28$-21Sl or 283-S8M evea. SELLER LEAVING Priced to SelL ISM plua a<|. ft., 3 Br. completely redecorated w-large brick fireplace In the ftmily reeat DbL Garage ft BV Parking See it You'U Love It! Iris 293-2151 or 293-4576. BEST INVESTMENT EVER 3 BR. hoaae of year owa at an affbrdaUe price. Patio and yard are fSntaatlc. EstoMished aelghborboed. Only $.SM. SEE IT TODAY!! Call Iris 28S-2151 or 29S-457S eves. GOOD ASSUMPTION Across trim the Golf Course. Lovely $ BR. 1% Bath. Family room fireplace, country kitchen. CaU Madisoa 293-tl81 or t9S-13M eves. 8PU8H-8PLA8H En}oy the CUSTOM POOL, Private snndeck, covered patio, SPECTACULAR LAKE MEAD VIEW. 4 BR., central vacaam. Lots of storage. Call Deanna 283-2181 or 298-1488. PLUSH PAD SUPER ASSUMPTION Leave your skoes at the deer • Barefbot pleunre In Uiis 2 BR., 1% bath, tile roof, Uving room • fireplace. CALL NOW!! Madisoa 288-2151 or 283-1348 eves. DESIRABLE LOCATION Spaeioas S BR., 2H bath beaM located ia golf coarse area. All appUanees InclndH In this channing bease. CaU Cheryl 298-2181 or 29341M eves. GOOD HOME ON CORNER LOT WITH GOOD NEIGHBORS This 4 BR. hoBM Is beaatlAiUy decorated with wallpaper sad custom drapes. Make appt. to see thia lovely boaM. Call Cheryl 288-2151 or 28S-41M evea. WE HAVE LOTS OF LOTS!!! CaU this office far Itartber infaraaatloa. 288-2181. GROWING RESTAURANT IN NEW AREA SHOW GREAT PROMISE • CsU Beger Ibr DetalU 283-8111 or 283-28M anytlBM. LOT IN CLAREMONT ESTATES Basgoedview,pricedtoseUat$MJ8a.CaURageraow at288-2181 or28S-SM9 WE'RE OPEN MoBday • Batarday 9M AJL to 8:M PJH Sunday • 11:M A.M. to SiM P.M. HENDERSON REALTY, INC | REALTORS ^ 1636 Nevada Hwy. 293-2151 Pae9 Henderson Home i^ewa, ii:utt:iva, i%*>9 UCBNSCD CaiLD CAU IN MT aoBB. sai-Taa aea. 10 |o4 BM4 Bowrar I'KiSklai MM* KIrbyi. Xll -t • •. nanala*Prle4 rtglrt al A-l Vaeaaw. ttU 8. Batlera 4M.TTT>. HANDYMAN BIN DCPVI will Mp yau with ramaaUas ar fliaa. Caifutrf, plambiag, •Icctrieal, ecBiaat, flrap. iacM, palatial, itacca, patit Ph. SSI-74SS. For sale: 2 G.E. Freesers. 18 cu.fl..$lU.8cu.n.,$lM. Also 4 en. ft. Alaska Gaa Trailer refHgerptor. $M. Ph 584-1848. PftG CONCRETE | leaManttal • Comaaarcial • • Free Utfmatos • DrivmrayJ Patlo#Walks • Uc. No. 17418 1 Ph. 181 aM8 1 imf 29l9g$i OR tlt-521S PntoalMul itoaagrapbar. Typiad, eicfatlM^ balp l> or • aaUaa awaaacripti, Idtata, artlelaa. ale. Madleal ami Lagal warfc. alaa. CaU Jn aAar S p.a. Mauday Ihra Will W glaa la halp )a la argiuUM raar thaoghto. B.C. 1887 Chevy Impala. 9aaar: Sport. Anto trana.. lebirfil: 327 Eag. New brakes. Bxe. Traas.$898.Ph.l8l8Mg For real: 124 bdrm. tn^; era. $$• to $M wk. $$847M or 888-7141. :m9tCSE I Tclavitwn and Anfonno SfM a wa.l carpaalry, paiatlag, glati I mlrrart. tSS-ilia B.C. WALLPAPERING! PAINTING STAINING EXPERT [Call Joe anytime,! j^293-16g2. ExcellentI • references, free esStlmates. Also mirror| Itiling. B.C. I House for rent. 3 bdrm., IH bath. Fireplace, garage, fkaced back yd. $378 am. 5854277 or 584-1811. a BOULDER CITY HOME FOR SALE: Uaa than 1 yr old Villa Del Prado., 3 bdrm, 2 bth, fireplace, custom drapes, upgraded carpet, block walls, wrought iron gates, auto sprinklers, other extras. Excel, location. Priced to sell, $78,080, $18,0M down, and aasume 10% FHA loan. Call 283-1828* for appt. Owner salesman B.C. HOU'SE FOR SALE BY OWNER. 3 bdrm., 2 bth. w-den, acreened in porch, fireplace, pool ft garage. Many other featurea! FHA Appraisal, $78,288. Sale priced at $55,8MCASH.2M Caraon Way, Hdn. Ph. 585-88tt. FEED ONE ADULT far one year for total cost of M7.40. Fully guaranteed. Free details. Tri-Co Write to: N.R. 521N. San Dimes Ave, San Dimas, Calif. 81778. FOR SALE: 1872 Maada 4 dr.. Vinyl Top. Freahly painted. $8M. Will take less. 38 MFG. Ph. 585-78M. Hdn. Matching coffee, comer ft end tablea: Set of 4, Contemporary, Solid Walnut $M. Assorted Umps $M each. 29$-S188. ^ 564-2870 LICENSEU ,>tlLD CAaS • Saaek A ^at Unch. lahata A np S .m. la S p.m. Ptcatc call S4-377e FOR RENT, Attractive, convenient 2 bdrm ground floor apt. in l>eautIftal Boulder Square. Immediate occupancy. No peU. Phone 283-4818. B.C iFREE RENTAL REFERRAL SERVICE IN BOULDER CITY. LCall Henderson Realty at 293-21S1, 1636 Nevada Highway.; B.C. CLOCKS LARGE 12" Face. Electric. $7M. Pb. 584-1848. PBIMATI will Irada aalaaMMle fK baal. TS rial in ar TS Uacala. Ml SSaSi ELIMINATE HOUSEWORK. Will clean your houae so your days off will be yours. Days, 585-5327. | Evenlnga 585-8787. Hdn. BOAT FOR SALE, IP deep V, 4M Olds, Berkley Jet drive. Hard top, full raised cover, trailer, excel. Cond. 848M. 283-5M1 or 283-38M. B.C. ACUPUNCTURE Arthritis, bursltis, migraine, aathma, allergy, atroke, sciatica, ainaa, gout, prostate. 738-724;t. $ BEDROOM 2 BATH, greea belt area of Boulder City $SM mo. plua 83M security deposit. 283-18M. B.C. LAWN A YARD MAINTENANCE 293-4953 B.C CASH FOR OLD USED FURNITURE ft HOUSEHOLD ITEMS. CAU 293-28n. B.C. — WANTED — 1 Hoover Dam, Black Canyon Docnments, Artifacts, Photos, Etc. from 1926 thru 1935. Will buy or have evaluated, insured A credited for Exhibit on loan. iCill KB9 9r Lh, Sttv Wgst Grab St9p,j 1293-1123.1.C ^ttSSBSffin^KSffllSBB] MSNMMHMMMRMHMMHMMHNMMNiBHMMMI SAWSNAIPOING Saws, Tools, Knives, Scissors, Carbide, Lawn Mowers L HOWERSON SAW WOWS 57 L iMk 565-1251 ALL WORK GUARANTEED MMRMMMHMHHMMRMHHRaaMMHHMHHHl MUST SELL, '72 FORD VAN, llhe aew 24 mpg, sUndard traaa. Pioneer am-fm stereo caaaette, new tires. 29348MB-C WANTED Registered Radiological Technologist. Apply ia peraon, or call 283-4111 far appt B.C 5^ 565-8731 The Realty Center ERA introduces the only risk-fke way to buy or sell your home. • FIRST, WE HELP YOU BUY A NEW HOUSE • Sellera Security leta you buy before you sell without riak. O It gives you your equity when you need It, up fTont and Intereat Arcie. • THEN,'WE'LL INAKE YOUR PAYMENTS • It eliminated the possibility of doiible mortgag*pivmenta. 0 AND, IF NECESSARY, ERA WILL EVEN BUY YOUR OLD HOUSE • Sellen Security assures the sale aad aelllng peine .pf>yeHf:j(K>*nt home. The ERA Sellers Security Plan, it's another rea8bn~why your ERA Real Eatate Specialist is the person you need to know in real estate. FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT ERA THE REALTY CENTER. 5854731 HENDERSON, NEVADA m REALTOR MLS Each aillce iadepeadeatly owaed A aperatad. Henderson Unfvniislied kpt%. t bedroom Pool-Waahing Machine Hookup NO PETS Children WCICOBM DCSntT GARDEN APARTMENTS 565-9051 299 Randy Way No. 2 — HtBdaraoa THE PRICE IS RIGHT and look what yon get. 3 roomy bedrooms, formal dining room and a real fireplace. Gose to all conveniences and a very well cared for older home. Only $59,900. CALL NOW. Evenings 564-2392 or 594-2765. LOVELY HOME ON LASWELL ST.2 or 3 bedrooms, 1^ Baths, Block wall awnings, well kept yard with storage shed. NO. 53632. Call Evenings 564-2765. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY — Located on Water St., Downtown Henderson. Two bidgs. One new, one older Townsite. Only $175,000 for both. For more info, contact Chuck at 565-8731 or 564-2765. SECTION 9 FOR $16,900. Buildling lot with power and water available. Custom homes in area in the $100,000 price range. This ^ acre can be yours. Call JoAnn 565-8731 or 564-2155. No. 54809. BUILDING LOT FOR CUSTOM HOME • Great View of Valley 1 1/3 acre approiimate, flat, power ft water near. Terriflc price only $20,000, low down and easy terms. Call JoAnn 565-8731 or 564-2155. MLS NO. 53254. HILLCREST MANOR, LOVELY 3 bedroom, two tall bath home is close to downtown Henderson, only a couple blocks tnm Burkholder Jr. High School, great view of downtown Las Vegas which should never be blocked, doable pane windows, chain link fence in back with covered patio, two car garage which has been finished off could be made into a playroom, desert landscaped yard. No. 48744, Call Chuck at S9547S1 or 564-2795. $67,999. Will consider selling Furniture with House. 2979 SQ. FT. LIVING SPACE: in this custom built home with old Csshioned bath tub in master bedroom with gold plated legs, plenty of RV Parking, 2 car garage Hnished off could be made into a playroom very easily, fbnnal diningroom with bay window, zoned R-E horses, 1 year buyer's protection plan. No. 51512 only $88,259. For marc infb. Contact Chuck at 595-8731 or Eveaings BEAT THE HIGH COST OF RENTING Be the proud owner of a mobile hooM in trailer estates, on its own property. No. 53751 only $32,999. for more info. Call Chuck at 594-2795. SUMMER IS HERE POOL!! FOOL!! POOL!! • This lavely 3 bedroom, 1^ bath home is located in a 4uiet cul-de-sac on a large lot No. 53934, $97,599. for more info. Call Chuck at 594-2795. LOCATED HIiHIONTBE HILLOFSECnON27 —This 3 bedroom, 2 mi b > i lf % ine is surrounded with a high block w'^ %lvn in the fh>nt ft rear, very weIlk^^Y%^P!d plenty of shrubs, flowers and (Cj^J fTvegetable garden, twn. Fireplaces anoS^ low utility bills, this home has Just about everything. No. 54151, for OMre info, call Chuck at 564-2765. TOWNSITE • Reduced to $40,000. Comer lot. Zoned Rr2, Ideal for Retired or Young Couple. 2 bedroom. Needs some tender loving care. Only 1'' block fhim Water Street. Call JoAnn 565-9731 or 564-2155. MLS NO. 53242. HORSE PROPERTY: on Wagonwheel in Section 27. 3 bedrooms, 1% baths plus a two car garage that has been fUlly finished off with insnlatioa, new house, financing can go conventional, fHA orVA. No. 51571. For more info. Call Chuck at 56S-8731 Evenings 564-2795. GREAT BUY IN SECTION 27: This 3 bedroam, l\ bath home has a high block wall around the back ft sides. Doable oven with aakrowave, f pantrys in kitchen, 3 eahanst fons on roof with 5 tons of air. No. 51399. Call Chuck 595-8731 or Evenings 594-2795. SPANISH RED RILE ROOF ComyiemeaU thia almost aew 3 Bed., 1% Bath hMie on a Cul De Sac. Great lot for parking cam#era. boaU, or whaterer off the street ft in the backyard. Couatiy kltcheur 2 Car Garage, with auto, door opener, flrof lace, patio, fenced, ft yours for Juat 999^99. No. SI99I. MOBILE HOME ft LOT • Room for two FualUea Mother-in-law, married children, or Just large fomily. Two Mobile Homes Joined together haf total of 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, plus add-on den. Attractive false fhint of redwood siding, fenced yard, and lots of room. Needs repair but only aak* ing $39,999. Call JoAnn 564-2155. No. 53431. CLOSE TO ALL — 3 Bedroom, Formal Diningroam. Block Storage Shed Large Living raous: with PlrepbM:e hindscaped yard feaa ft raar. Nae 52119. Call Chuck at $994731 or 594-2799. O'Colloglion Pork IDEAL LOCATION • for children, only 1 bloeli above Horison on Cul de aac. Clean almost new 4 bedroom home with extra large back yard btg enough for a pool, garden, and play area. Owner moving. Call JoAnn 565-9731 or 594-2155. No. 54299. TWO BOTAL 449 Typewrllars. 894>194ft LAS VEGAS LOCATIONS : IftlS E.TROP. NO. 5M 0141tt S. RAINBOW HENDERSON LOCATION: 117 Atkmfk

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Toetday, July tZ, IIM Page! nenaeroa nouie i^w, ncuucisuu, I^WMUM riiiflnTflftSi STUDIO APTS. Vtilitiet. rr root: I Mrs. brick fi -—^ ^ RENT — 1 1 STUDIO APTS. Utilitiet. C*ir TV, 11 Mat. I7S.M wk. 4S1-M4ft. Rri|riMHPlLS0S-7B2B| |Blod(W* I Mossers MASONRY I iDiin MDMV "^ky^ IMNon ConMdDr^^* ; lit Na 1478B rr root: 1 bdra. brick koB*. Large taaccd ydfroat Aback. MM per M. lit Uil required. M4Mt after i pjk ADD-A-ROOM Remodel — renovate — repair Cloae In your garage — Add a Garage — YOU NAME n — WE'U DO ITll Quality Workmanship — Competitive Tates. ] — FORRPNTj 'l ani., S Blk llskltMll !l IIIU • • • Call aiMk 1 I: Mwuada •fhf. uH-mei. | Backhoe, loader, dump truck. All for $25. per hr. 293-21 IS B.C. rbTnZtineiit. Wier & f^ ^ •^ -293-1613|| •. ...••!•• Baai*. B ^iiiiaa>iiiia'Ai<>h MSTANTOBN lit 2a4 3H I >lorlKi||r ind Tryil IVfdt J HIANKKOZAl I 734-70M 170-64541 POI SALE: 14x7t Mobil* H*aM.SbirBi..>bath.AU Bcw carpet it kitchca cabiaeti. Appraised at |14,M. M.M* at It. Pfc. • MI-77M. Hda. roa BBNT; UlckraMM. ISi. •fc. VUIIHM HikWy BMI FOR RENT 5palV'**c3l"BUck"M77nUrn'BeiUy ^ j ?i ^ '^x^^r'!,^^ i^^^^.m^.m^^.mmmmmmmmm'.mml ^ fTlppemConitructionl FOR SALE acre lot, B.c. I llZ^^^m. Wa>aB^^K^PapaygJg;;^i^;;g;;;^g^g.. KKEE ESTIMATFS Sopcrb valley view. By Tmmmmmmwmmm^* # CO^riACfOS UCtNSl NO 1027O llayd lllitti r*m lanlUaua NOW WITH FOR SALE I 197 FORD BRONCO LM4Hk BuifH' XLT. • • •• • •-' Uc. Hwr knkM, lUSS BIIM. Craltc C*ad coiianiwoRK SS-1443ar 56S-S327 aaa elaart SOUNaSN'S CRNTBR saa .BX. aiwiNo A*. C it aaaket aeaae to put a good aoorlag cevcr oa your boat to protect it from the barning rays of the Sun. B.C. Caavas, IIM Nev. Hwy. Pb. IM-4M*. BEAUTIFUL eusleai hone far sale to lease. Many extras. Pk. TCDPrS UTCHBNnTBS "Jati kriag yoar taalkknik" na-lTlS. %.C YARD SALE: Avon it some amall aatiqaes. July tZ, M, tS. tt D. ToU St, HdB. Trailer Haven. S til 7. Artifact: MM yr. old pot from Coato Rica. Valued at M*MWIU sacrifice far IIMI Ph. SM-7H4. FOR SALE: Pipe corral fence • plus feeder. Ph. MI-7aS.Hdn. For rent: S bdrm. boae. Feaced yard. No pcta. MM mm. pina depoait. Ph. SM-MT7. WANTED, persoa to fliel alrplaacs at B.C Airport MS-MM, uk Car Art B.C MOBILE HOME, Glaerweod Mobile Park, IS a M, 2 bdnn, IH bath, flS^M M3-55M. CaU befire StM B.C J DECORATIVE ROCK SPRINKLERS • CLEAN UP-REMOVAL 1 AL4 I M-144aor DOES VOUa BATHROOM MARLITC NEED REPLACING? Prcc Eillmdrs. Sa4tgr. EXCELLENT FAMILY HOME, 3 bath, 5 bedroom, { view of the desert, ample storage. A muit to see. Priced at only $85,500.00. LAKE MEAD LOTS. Call today for details. Build that dream house you've always wanted. The price is right. CORNER LOT3 bedroom, 1% bath, Garage converted to large family room. Covered patio, lovely landscaping. Make this a must to see. $79,700. 3 BEDROOMS Take advantage of a beautiful Lake View fyom the sundeck of your own custom home in Marina Highlands only $117,000.00. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. Ideal corner location. Priced right Gail for farther information. TWO IDEAL LOCATIONS: AVE.K-3 or 4 bedroom home with gueat room over garage. Ideal family home, cloae to shopping and Khoola. A real Doll houae. $76,500.00. CALIF. ST. 3 bedroom, 1-bath up with 2-t>edrooro apt. in baaement. Lovely backyard with storage area. $82,000.00. K YOUR OWN NSSCONTACT US POR YOUR mSMSS OPMMTIMTIl YARD SALE: 154S Palai 8t,Fri.8at,ftSan.giaaU appliaaees, baby erib ft S. OM acre bnUdlBg I Ugh so view io • era*oo.igMI4t. Per reat: t hdrain 1 bch 4-plea apt w • ref. ft )ft laa. la $•8 Baatalaster. Ml-ltML f gts r aae ft laaadry w.|nlae.laBla. IVINAVI RMTAIS AVAMAMi NOW. owner, phone 283-8027 evenings only. B.C. SOFA, 8 ft., green and gold, good cond. caatom make, $7S or make offer. 283-4U7. B.C. LIGHT GREEN tweed carpet and pad. 12 x 15, $M 2M-2SM. B.C. CONCRETE WORK • Carpentry. Patio covers. Pk. 585-Mll FOR SALE • Large flmlly home. 888M down. Owaer will carry. Owner Liceasee.S44-54M. For sale: Double bed plete. $38. Ph. 8854 comWldower, eariy STs wishes to meet lady over 48. Non smoker, aoa drlaker far compaaioaakip ft weekend tripa to Vegaa. P.O. Bex 4M, Headeraoa. For rent: nice 3 bdrm. 2 bth Highland Hills Home. $475 mo. ft 8tS$ deposit Call Rosa, 585-8747. MECHANIC WANTED: Own toola. Salary plus commission. Apply at Zlke's Hdn. Texaco, Lake Mead ft Water St., Hda. Apt. for rent. HENDERSON. Sharp 1 bdrm. Stove, refrigerator. $225 monthly. 588-8288 or S84-77M. I BROKEN WINDOWS! REPAIR. Glaaa and mirroB.WiUiaatanBewmir-| rors or replace old ones. | 283-5110. Teaching Tennia. Profeasioaal, former tonraameat player. Greap ft Private lessens. Call for rates. 884-8844. Property People REaNTLY "DOUID UP" Cut 2 bdrm, I bath home. Has beeb completely remodeled. New carpet, new cabinets, new refHgerator. Will sell FHA or VA. $39,900.00 More deUils, call 564-2515 LOW IN PRKE ,GREAT IN VALUE Low interest loons available on these homes— 1. 3 bdrm, 2 bath. Added family room $49,900 2.3 bdrm, 1^ bath. New carpet, new siding, new paint $49,950 3.3 bdrm, 2 bath. Upgraded carpet, fenced yard, walk • in closet $45,500 For more deUils, call Gary 564-2515, eves. 565-9081. A FRIENDLY HOUSE 3 bdrm, 2 bath, cui de sac, fenced yard, covered patio, Very Nice! $49,000. Call Myrna 564-2515, eves. 565-0928 HOME IS WHERE THE HEART IS You and your heart will love this Spic & Span 4 bdrm Highland Hills home. Tastefully decorated in earth tones. Plenty of room for a pool. The loan is assumable, Call Rosa for you appt. 564-2515, eves. 565-0747 SPUSHI SPUSHI I into your own pool w diving board. Custom home on H acre near Black Mtn. Golf Course, 4 bdrm, fireplace in family room Formal living & dining room. 2 plus garage and much more. Jackie has deUils 564-2515, eves. 564-1363 VERY, VERY LOW INTEREST ASSUMPTION This 3 bdrm home has a 2 car garage and automatic sprinklers. You can assume 7.25% loan with payments. Call Gary for specifics CUn AS A BUG 2 bdrm home, nearly new and you can take over the FHA loan Call Rosa for details. ENTERTAIN MUCH? or eiUoy the Extra Comforts Beautiftil, unique tri • level Gdlf { Course Home. 2 bdrms, 2 baths on upper level, Living & dining room, 3rd bdrm on middle level, and family room, kitchen and workshop on lower level. Brick harbeque and lush yard. Call Jackie for appt TOTAUY REMODELED & enlarged older home. Huge living room with fireplace & lots of room for a pool table. Formal dining room ft step • saver kitchen with many cabinets. They don't build homes like this anjrmore. Over 1,500 sq. ft. for Just $57,960. Rosa has info. $5,000 DOWN and owner will carry on this lovely 4 bdrm. Lewis home. Approx. 1700 sq. ft. Only 1 yr. old. Call Myrna INVESTOR Take a look at this exceptional duplex Good income property Call Elnora for more deUils BUT HURRY 564-2515, eves. 565-9393 QUAUn AND TASn Beautiful Spanish style home in Sec. 19 area. expenses haven't been spared to bring excellent quality, view of Las Vegas is ftinUstic. The This CRISPY CLEAN Ultra neat 3 bdrm, 1^ bath home. Carport, kitchen • dining room combo. Lovely yard with fhiit trees, storage shed and cyclone fenced. Roy can better describe this home. 564-2515, eves. 564-1163 CUTE VALLEY VIEW HOME Convenient location. Assumable loan & priced at $45,500 POOL Is the summer heat getting you down? This S bdrm home with a f^ee form pool is Just the ticket to cool you down. CaU Elnora JUST REDUCED Brand new custom 4 bdrm home on H acre in Section 19. Delighttul floorplan, and Marvelous view. STUPENDOUS OFRR Smartly built S bdrm home. With 10% down, owner will sell FHA or VA or Owner will carry. $47,500 HOUSE LOVER This custom 3 bdrm home is on 1 Acre and has corrals far your horses, FHA Appraised. Best Buy On The Market Elnora has details. TRAIUR ESTAn LOT 66 X 130 mobile home lot with 18 x 30 concrete block garage. Asking only $25,006 BUY ONE OR BUY roUR nice baildlng lota 56 x 135 each. Only I8.566 each. Call Myrna IF YOU ARE THMMNG OF BUKDING A HOME, WE NAVE LOTS TO PUT IT ON ft EVERY SECTNm— REALTORS 18 Water St. 564-2515 sMMai. iusUy,4uiygg, i^ifn PART-TIME RECEPTIONIST SECRBTAR-; lAL POSITION open be^l glaalag Aagaal U with Clark Couaty Coauaanltf College In Hendenea (it Petor'a Ceator, Rat 7) M' WPM typlag aad office, experience preferred. Call Betty Scott att S84M -1844381 Cloa-> ing date: Aag. 1st. Hda 1878 VW Dasher Statloa Wagoa far sale. Mast sacrifice. Call OM at i88-7tl7. GAS TANK • 88 Oalloa Capacity. 184-1848. Hda. FREE TO GOOD HOME: Ceckapoe mix pnpples. 8 wka. old. Call S84-227. DEPUE BUSINESS SERVICE All year tax aecoaaUng, Monthly bookkeeping ft Payroll, Mailing Usto • Advertising, Bpeelailsed ft Tstal Cities • Csrole DePnc, Proprietress, 818 S. Boulder Hwy., Hdn. 584-5574. wa aawwv^ BAINBOW UWNCAIE 4 ^ Aaylhiag l^it ..y |,^, aeedtalaKiccthatnUaay, r bodfel. Call Urry at 7SS-18SSallerlp.M.B:c mmm^m 1 >**ea a Ik WB BUY USED BATTERIES. STM each. BIG JOHN ft SONS, 1681 PoethiU Dr.. B .C BAHA'I FAITH • CUases •sradaltsaadeUldroaen the Baha'i way of life. Sandsyt 18 a A. I8S41M. ABE YOV UVINQ WITH A DBINKINO PBOBLBMH If so. why net try Al-Anen? Meetings are Tnes., 18 a.m. at 8t. Tiasetby's Epiaeepal Chnreb. Taea., 8:$t p.m. Clnb, $1 Water St, Wad., 8 fm. 8t Base de Uma leepltal. For SBore iafbrmatien, CaU I86-886S. Mdn. ATTENTION: Will ensteai bnlid Imck racks, saotorcycle trailers, uUL trailers, tew barm, dnae baggy trailers. Boaseaable ft I Pbst Ph. B6B4M7. MOTOR HOME FOB RENT. 1B78 $4 1 ft. geaerater and air. folly eqalpped. 2t$-M81. B.C fOtL RENT 12M sq. ft. -La Dolce ViU townhouse, 2 bdrm, 2 bath. No Pets. $425. mo. plus deposit 457-65S4.. MOTEL ROOMS ft KITCHENETTES ::olor TVs. utilities sad Lineat WEEKLY Ph. Harry, 4Sl-24a FOR RENT, townhouse, 2 bdrm, 2 bath, stove, ref. ft disbwaaher. $425, lat laat ft depo. 288-4586. B.C CUSTMi BOMB. 1 acra c aruar la Mlislaa HiUa. 4 Mm.. I Mfc, larga (amlly rm. flraplaco, i car laraga, Iharma wlaeawa. Prieo ro4ac4 IISJSS. ty ae a if! gSSJSa. Pk.att-IS88arHI.7lsa. DOGGROOMER ALSO BATHER ft BBU8HER EXPERIENCED ONLY BJ'S DOG OBOOM •^ RENT: Casa Linda Home. 4 bdrm. plus den. 2 bth. Central air, carpet, drapes, appl., 1st, last plus dep. Reaaoaable. Call Mr. Galle 4S^^S38. For sale: Two sows ft 4 piglets. 2 mo. old. Call S84-227a i < itii DiitBrsucDite Tuesday aad Wedaeaday 18 ajL to 8 pjn. CMyAanei Civic Center SM Water StreetM ONDUBON • m >a****i '78 FORD RANGER, anper cab, 3M, low mileage, mags, wide tires, auto., p-a, p-b, leather later, fag lighta,sbeU with ice box, paneliag, leather couches, brown carpet, sharp UBit. $38M. Call 2M-1811. B.C Free kitteas, 6 wks old. Call S84-2no. KITCHENETTES AND ROOMS FOR RENT. Daily, weekly. DESERT INN MOTEL. 283-2827. B.C House for sale: $M,8M. 2 bdrm, Ig liv rm, fenced yd, patio, beam celling, reatauraut kitchen, gaa cooking, new carpet, atucco Spanish texture throughout S8S-72SS. Babysitter aeedrd. Thurs ft Fri. 8:4S to 3;30 p.m. Grandmother type, my home. Call meat 58V7117. Clean. 3 bdrm., 1 bth, AC, 112 Zoned, no qualifying. Assume $4M. per mo. w $10,008 dn. By owner. 584-3214. By owner: lot SO x 75, Mene ft Sunset Rd. in Pittman. Beady to build. Utiiitiea. 584-5754. NEED A CART New in Town? Old In Town? No Credit? Short tiaae on the Job? Only $188, $M8, $388, or $4M downl Need an Aatemobiie to get aroand? Contact aa. We approve our owe contracta. laatant delivery. We will pick you up ft bring yon to our car lot Jnat telephone M t 88M. NEVADA AUTO SALES, 1813 N. BIdr. Hiry. Henderson, Nev. One block south of Sunset Blvd. ft BIdr. Hwy. 1: BOULDER ELECTRK t Boulder Dom Hotel 1305 Arizona, Boulder City, Nv. Speclol weekly rates during renovotion Licensed, bonded, insured. Lie. No. 15187. Call 293-1097 or 293-4899 72 Vega. Runs good, needs work. $2M. Magic Chef built in gas range ft oven. Blake offer. 585-8$U. BOULDER CITY Property People SUPERIOH CONSTRUCTION AND ENERGY EFHCIENT Quality features thronghout 3 BR. apiit level on H acre lot In Sub. 11. GREAT VIEW!!! CaU Pat & 2t3-8151 or S83-47M eves. FUN IN THE SUN Can be yours in this lovely 3 BR. hoaae with a beautiftil tnt form pool. Located on Annie Oakley off Ruasell Road. Call Pat & 2M-21S1 or t83-47M eves. CHEAPER THAN RENT!!! Coado ia excellent location. Park across the street with tennis courts. Beautiftil pool and rec. room. Nice grouada. Call Irma 28$-21Sl or 283-S8M evea. SELLER LEAVING Priced to SelL ISM plua a<|. ft., 3 Br. completely redecorated w-large brick fireplace In the ftmily reeat DbL Garage ft BV Parking See it You'U Love It! Iris 293-2151 or 293-4576. BEST INVESTMENT EVER 3 BR. hoaae of year owa at an affbrdaUe price. Patio and yard are fSntaatlc. EstoMished aelghborboed. Only $.SM. SEE IT TODAY!! Call Iris 28S-2151 or 29S-457S eves. GOOD ASSUMPTION Across trim the Golf Course. Lovely $ BR. 1% Bath. Family room fireplace, country kitchen. CaU Madisoa 293-tl81 or t9S-13M eves. 8PU8H-8PLA8H En}oy the CUSTOM POOL, Private snndeck, covered patio, SPECTACULAR LAKE MEAD VIEW. 4 BR., central vacaam. Lots of storage. Call Deanna 283-2181 or 298-1488. PLUSH PAD SUPER ASSUMPTION Leave your skoes at the deer • Barefbot pleunre In Uiis 2 BR., 1% bath, tile roof, Uving room • fireplace. CALL NOW!! Madisoa 288-2151 or 283-1348 eves. DESIRABLE LOCATION Spaeioas S BR., 2H bath beaM located ia golf coarse area. All appUanees InclndH In this channing bease. CaU Cheryl 298-2181 or 29341M eves. GOOD HOME ON CORNER LOT WITH GOOD NEIGHBORS This 4 BR. hoBM Is beaatlAiUy decorated with wallpaper sad custom drapes. Make appt. to see thia lovely boaM. Call Cheryl 288-2151 or 28S-41M evea. WE HAVE LOTS OF LOTS!!! CaU this office far Itartber infaraaatloa. 288-2181. GROWING RESTAURANT IN NEW AREA SHOW GREAT PROMISE • CsU Beger Ibr DetalU 283-8111 or 283-28M anytlBM. LOT IN CLAREMONT ESTATES Basgoedview,pricedtoseUat$MJ8a.CaURageraow at288-2181 or28S-SM9 WE'RE OPEN MoBday • Batarday 9M AJL to 8:M PJH Sunday • 11:M A.M. to SiM P.M. HENDERSON REALTY, INC | REALTORS ^ 1636 Nevada Hwy. 293-2151 Pae9 Henderson Home i^ewa, ii:utt:iva, i%*>9 UCBNSCD CaiLD CAU IN MT aoBB. sai-Taa aea. 10 |o4 BM4 Bowrar I'KiSklai MM* KIrbyi. Xll -t • •. nanala*Prle4 rtglrt al A-l Vaeaaw. ttU 8. Batlera 4M.TTT>. HANDYMAN BIN DCPVI will Mp yau with ramaaUas ar fliaa. Caifutrf, plambiag, •Icctrieal, ecBiaat, flrap. iacM, palatial, itacca, patit Ph. SSI-74SS. For sale: 2 G.E. Freesers. 18 cu.fl..$lU.8cu.n.,$lM. Also 4 en. ft. Alaska Gaa Trailer refHgerptor. $M. Ph 584-1848. PftG CONCRETE | leaManttal • Comaaarcial • • Free Utfmatos • DrivmrayJ Patlo#Walks • Uc. No. 17418 1 Ph. 181 aM8 1 imf 29l9g$i OR tlt-521S PntoalMul itoaagrapbar. Typiad, eicfatlM^ balp l> or • aaUaa awaaacripti, Idtata, artlelaa. ale. Madleal ami Lagal warfc. alaa. CaU Jn aAar S p.a. Mauday Ihra Will W glaa la halp )a la argiuUM raar thaoghto. B.C. 1887 Chevy Impala. 9aaar: Sport. Anto trana.. lebirfil: 327 Eag. New brakes. Bxe. Traas.$898.Ph.l8l8Mg For real: 124 bdrm. tn^; era. $$• to $M wk. $$847M or 888-7141. :m9tCSE I Tclavitwn and Anfonno SfM a wa.l carpaalry, paiatlag, glati I mlrrart. tSS-ilia B.C. WALLPAPERING! PAINTING STAINING EXPERT [Call Joe anytime,! j^293-16g2. ExcellentI • references, free esStlmates. Also mirror| Itiling. B.C. I House for rent. 3 bdrm., IH bath. Fireplace, garage, fkaced back yd. $378 am. 5854277 or 584-1811. a BOULDER CITY HOME FOR SALE: Uaa than 1 yr old Villa Del Prado., 3 bdrm, 2 bth, fireplace, custom drapes, upgraded carpet, block walls, wrought iron gates, auto sprinklers, other extras. Excel, location. Priced to sell, $78,080, $18,0M down, and aasume 10% FHA loan. Call 283-1828* for appt. Owner salesman B.C. HOU'SE FOR SALE BY OWNER. 3 bdrm., 2 bth. w-den, acreened in porch, fireplace, pool ft garage. Many other featurea! FHA Appraisal, $78,288. Sale priced at $55,8MCASH.2M Caraon Way, Hdn. Ph. 585-88tt. FEED ONE ADULT far one year for total cost of M7.40. Fully guaranteed. Free details. Tri-Co Write to: N.R. 521N. San Dimes Ave, San Dimas, Calif. 81778. FOR SALE: 1872 Maada 4 dr.. Vinyl Top. Freahly painted. $8M. Will take less. 38 MFG. Ph. 585-78M. Hdn. Matching coffee, comer ft end tablea: Set of 4, Contemporary, Solid Walnut $M. Assorted Umps $M each. 29$-S188. ^ 564-2870 LICENSEU ,>tlLD CAaS • Saaek A ^at Unch. lahata A np S .m. la S p.m. Ptcatc call S4-377e FOR RENT, Attractive, convenient 2 bdrm ground floor apt. in l>eautIftal Boulder Square. Immediate occupancy. No peU. Phone 283-4818. B.C iFREE RENTAL REFERRAL SERVICE IN BOULDER CITY. LCall Henderson Realty at 293-21S1, 1636 Nevada Highway.; B.C. CLOCKS LARGE 12" Face. Electric. $7M. Pb. 584-1848. PBIMATI will Irada aalaaMMle fK baal. TS rial in ar TS Uacala. Ml SSaSi ELIMINATE HOUSEWORK. Will clean your houae so your days off will be yours. Days, 585-5327. | Evenlnga 585-8787. Hdn. BOAT FOR SALE, IP deep V, 4M Olds, Berkley Jet drive. Hard top, full raised cover, trailer, excel. Cond. 848M. 283-5M1 or 283-38M. B.C. ACUPUNCTURE Arthritis, bursltis, migraine, aathma, allergy, atroke, sciatica, ainaa, gout, prostate. 738-724;t. $ BEDROOM 2 BATH, greea belt area of Boulder City $SM mo. plua 83M security deposit. 283-18M. B.C. LAWN A YARD MAINTENANCE 293-4953 B.C CASH FOR OLD USED FURNITURE ft HOUSEHOLD ITEMS. CAU 293-28n. B.C. — WANTED — 1 Hoover Dam, Black Canyon Docnments, Artifacts, Photos, Etc. from 1926 thru 1935. Will buy or have evaluated, insured A credited for Exhibit on loan. iCill KB9 9r Lh, Sttv Wgst Grab St9p,j 1293-1123.1.C ^ttSSBSffin^KSffllSBB] MSNMMHMMMRMHMMHMMHNMMNiBHMMMI SAWSNAIPOING Saws, Tools, Knives, Scissors, Carbide, Lawn Mowers L HOWERSON SAW WOWS 57 L iMk 565-1251 ALL WORK GUARANTEED MMRMMMHMHHMMRMHHRaaMMHHMHHHl MUST SELL, '72 FORD VAN, llhe aew 24 mpg, sUndard traaa. Pioneer am-fm stereo caaaette, new tires. 29348MB-C WANTED Registered Radiological Technologist. Apply ia peraon, or call 283-4111 far appt B.C 5^ 565-8731 The Realty Center ERA introduces the only risk-fke way to buy or sell your home. • FIRST, WE HELP YOU BUY A NEW HOUSE • Sellera Security leta you buy before you sell without riak. O It gives you your equity when you need It, up fTont and Intereat Arcie. • THEN,'WE'LL INAKE YOUR PAYMENTS • It eliminated the possibility of doiible mortgag*pivmenta. 0 AND, IF NECESSARY, ERA WILL EVEN BUY YOUR OLD HOUSE • Sellen Security assures the sale aad aelllng peine .pf>yeHf:j(K>*nt home. The ERA Sellers Security Plan, it's another rea8bn~why your ERA Real Eatate Specialist is the person you need to know in real estate. FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT ERA THE REALTY CENTER. 5854731 HENDERSON, NEVADA m REALTOR MLS Each aillce iadepeadeatly owaed A aperatad. Henderson Unfvniislied kpt%. t bedroom Pool-Waahing Machine Hookup NO PETS Children WCICOBM DCSntT GARDEN APARTMENTS 565-9051 299 Randy Way No. 2 — HtBdaraoa THE PRICE IS RIGHT and look what yon get. 3 roomy bedrooms, formal dining room and a real fireplace. Gose to all conveniences and a very well cared for older home. Only $59,900. CALL NOW. Evenings 564-2392 or 594-2765. LOVELY HOME ON LASWELL ST.2 or 3 bedrooms, 1^ Baths, Block wall awnings, well kept yard with storage shed. NO. 53632. Call Evenings 564-2765. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY — Located on Water St., Downtown Henderson. Two bidgs. One new, one older Townsite. Only $175,000 for both. For more info, contact Chuck at 565-8731 or 564-2765. SECTION 9 FOR $16,900. Buildling lot with power and water available. Custom homes in area in the $100,000 price range. This ^ acre can be yours. Call JoAnn 565-8731 or 564-2155. No. 54809. BUILDING LOT FOR CUSTOM HOME • Great View of Valley 1 1/3 acre approiimate, flat, power ft water near. Terriflc price only $20,000, low down and easy terms. Call JoAnn 565-8731 or 564-2155. MLS NO. 53254. HILLCREST MANOR, LOVELY 3 bedroom, two tall bath home is close to downtown Henderson, only a couple blocks tnm Burkholder Jr. High School, great view of downtown Las Vegas which should never be blocked, doable pane windows, chain link fence in back with covered patio, two car garage which has been finished off could be made into a playroom, desert landscaped yard. No. 48744, Call Chuck at S9547S1 or 564-2795. $67,999. Will consider selling Furniture with House. 2979 SQ. FT. LIVING SPACE: in this custom built home with old Csshioned bath tub in master bedroom with gold plated legs, plenty of RV Parking, 2 car garage Hnished off could be made into a playroom very easily, fbnnal diningroom with bay window, zoned R-E horses, 1 year buyer's protection plan. No. 51512 only $88,259. For marc infb. Contact Chuck at 595-8731 or Eveaings BEAT THE HIGH COST OF RENTING Be the proud owner of a mobile hooM in trailer estates, on its own property. No. 53751 only $32,999. for more info. Call Chuck at 594-2795. SUMMER IS HERE POOL!! FOOL!! POOL!! • This lavely 3 bedroom, 1^ bath home is located in a 4uiet cul-de-sac on a large lot No. 53934, $97,599. for more info. Call Chuck at 594-2795. LOCATED HIiHIONTBE HILLOFSECnON27 —This 3 bedroom, 2 mi b > i lf % ine is surrounded with a high block w'^ %lvn in the fh>nt ft rear, very weIlk^^Y%^P!d plenty of shrubs, flowers and (Cj^J fTvegetable garden, twn. Fireplaces anoS^ low utility bills, this home has Just about everything. No. 54151, for OMre info, call Chuck at 564-2765. TOWNSITE • Reduced to $40,000. Comer lot. Zoned Rr2, Ideal for Retired or Young Couple. 2 bedroom. Needs some tender loving care. Only 1'' block fhim Water Street. Call JoAnn 565-9731 or 564-2155. MLS NO. 53242. HORSE PROPERTY: on Wagonwheel in Section 27. 3 bedrooms, 1% baths plus a two car garage that has been fUlly finished off with insnlatioa, new house, financing can go conventional, fHA orVA. No. 51571. For more info. Call Chuck at 56S-8731 Evenings 564-2795. GREAT BUY IN SECTION 27: This 3 bedroam, l\ bath home has a high block wall around the back ft sides. Doable oven with aakrowave, f pantrys in kitchen, 3 eahanst fons on roof with 5 tons of air. No. 51399. Call Chuck 595-8731 or Evenings 594-2795. SPANISH RED RILE ROOF ComyiemeaU thia almost aew 3 Bed., 1% Bath hMie on a Cul De Sac. Great lot for parking cam#era. boaU, or whaterer off the street ft in the backyard. Couatiy kltcheur 2 Car Garage, with auto, door opener, flrof lace, patio, fenced, ft yours for Juat 999^99. No. SI99I. MOBILE HOME ft LOT • Room for two FualUea Mother-in-law, married children, or Just large fomily. Two Mobile Homes Joined together haf total of 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, plus add-on den. Attractive false fhint of redwood siding, fenced yard, and lots of room. Needs repair but only aak* ing $39,999. Call JoAnn 564-2155. No. 53431. CLOSE TO ALL — 3 Bedroom, Formal Diningroam. Block Storage Shed Large Living raous: with PlrepbM:e hindscaped yard feaa ft raar. Nae 52119. Call Chuck at $994731 or 594-2799. O'Colloglion Pork IDEAL LOCATION • for children, only 1 bloeli above Horison on Cul de aac. Clean almost new 4 bedroom home with extra large back yard btg enough for a pool, garden, and play area. Owner moving. Call JoAnn 565-9731 or 594-2155. No. 54299. TWO BOTAL 449 Typewrllars. 894>194ft LAS VEGAS LOCATIONS : IftlS E.TROP. NO. 5M 0141tt S. RAINBOW HENDERSON LOCATION: 117 Atkmfk

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rMMmFMiMM m Tuesday, Jaly tt, 19M P*|7n • •aa Gaiparla Jfka PMla MMIISI I Ciadjr Baa4y REALTOR' 554 Nevada Hwy., Boulder City, Nv. B l morrrll lUaltg M TeleyhoBe MS4tlf TOR* "nnt In • mMi!i...|^MelMr "OWNER MUST SACEinCE" Start with thte S ha4r—i^ 1% bath haM*. laeladea large fM, IV farUa^ MW tfrlaklcr tyateai, Ireee, gariea ft Mljr fcaead ftat A rear yarta. "ALL THE E1NG8 RIEN" Jast cam 4awa |IMM • • S be4raaM t hath caslaii hallt haiM as 1 acre la prestlflaas MlsaUa HlUa. Priced wajr helaw aarfcet. Caaparc athen ia the area! Alia wet har la Dually reaa garage Is ready for ceanreraiea. "FAST MOVB IN" LS he dree a i 1 hath with cevcred car JMrt Is gaad bay at M% laterest Dawa payaeat caa Ewerhed eat aMve la ea a reatai baala with aptllb. Harry caU MSISlter evealags caU SS4-1MS. dEBEAVTIFULLY UPGRADED" Ibedfeaai 1% hath la tiM saath area ef Las Vegas. fdm drapea A apgradad carpet Ceatral hltehea, faaa. t s^ersd patle, c e ap i et ely leadA BMre! CaU aa taday!! BEE'S BUSINESS SERVICE 587 AVENUE "C* BOULDER OTY, NEVADA 8M05 (702) 293-5361 A SERVICE TO TIT YOUR BUSINESS NEEDS!!! • Telepbeae Aaswerlag • Mall Beldlag A Ferwardlag • Secretarial A Typlag • Beekkecpiag • Ceauaercial Address A Liceaae Pestlax • CaplesMade • Westera Ualea • Desk A Offlce Space • Priatlag Needs • Sabher Stamps • VPS PIcknp URRAY FOR OUR SIDE" daat allea see aae tfcb ake fer the price, t 1 bath • Gaad area for the yeaag ftually. tea that ceaM be tbird bedraaa ????? Cleaa A aaat lasMe A eat. Baa aatare treee A lavely reee gardea. Eye It A yeaj) bay ^OU DONT NEED A BARREL OF NONE Y" Deal aiu this baa a t lft U eatry late this lausacalate 4 bedreea IK bath haase. Separate laaadry raea -'With paalry la the kUehea. laally ea|ay the eat^dbara aadar the eavared patle la year awa private, •ieaapleteiy feaced yard. Gead VA assaaptiaa at -1J% latcrcetThls aae ia fbr yea. CaU MS4S1S. ~ "READY TO BUILD" 7 graas acres la caalaa heaa area ia seetiea 4 PLUS H acre ea the Black at. QeUCearsc. VtlUtles avallaUe A gead terau tea! "tllBUSINtSS OPPORTUNITY PLUS INIS Ualt BMtd ea BeaMer Highway. Utest traffic ll^aat shews 4UtS la ISTS. CaU MarreU Bealty fer details! ilHARD TO nND M-1 PROPERTY" frapa r t y alts ea Saasei)ast sir the Baalder Hghwy. Apinat. S.S aines. Eateat traffic ceaat shaws S,NS la ItTS. CaU fer iwia Ms. JM^Ilf^ ^JSRHWBCJBST'^'^^"'^^"^^^ .Stalya Manall —J-~:^—5SS-7SSI Peggy caie : :., „:.;.:: ::— JS4-I7M ICELBBBATING A THIRD OF A CBNTUSY SBKVIING BOULDBB CITY. WALK DOWN a tree llaed street te sbep, library aad parka. Fsar bedraaa, elder heoM, MSittS laclades appUaaces. Caae la the efflce tsday aad iaqalrc ear ether Ustlags. B FAMILY? ThU 4 bdra. Uwls bease with SMS s^. it. plas, is fer yea. Stretch eat and eqjey enly DUPLEX twe-1 bedraaa aaita plas, la sttraciive area. CaU SM^SM far details. FANTASTIC MOBIU HOME • M'XS4'. Faadly secUea. Maaatala Vista Bstalea. Maay extras, mjt*^ Geed terau. BUILDING LOTS AVAILABLE TOP OF AVENUE M S Urge aadevelaped baildiag Ms. CaU IM-ttSS fer detalU. MARINA HIGHLANDS ESTATES • 7* It. i I17.S R. baildiag lot abeve Lake Mead • |M,M. • 7M Kendall Lane. Ideal lacatloa for home with view, near recreation areas. LOTS IN PRESTIGOUS AREA of cleaa, green B.C. Zones fer horses aad custom homes. |M to $4* thoasaad. PKOntABLE BUSINESS FOR SALE. Existing, Service sUtloa basiaess available. Call tN-3333 fer deUils. RENTALS FOR RENT 3 or 4 bedroom, 2 bath beaies. m U YEARS PIONEERING BEAL ESTATE IN BOULDER CTTT rp i!lili'Llli'iiiL*iiiUi5li3Jiiii CHECK THESE UKAL JOB OPENINGS: i • • fw — w^H, •avnaaaq • wpm. ^"Xccoant Exec.*Siilary A CommissTon. 1 yr. "F / Fry Cook |4.M hr. 1 yr. exp. ROOMMATE NEEDED. POR RENT IN RENDER Share t bdrm house plus SON, S bdrm, t baUi, $375 Vt expenses. $130 me. mo., central air A heat, all 55-iSt7. Uave message. dec., CaU t93-2MS. B.C. Relish this...a colorful melsAige of fresh vegetables, picked j and pickled by you for year-round eating enjoyment. Because they add texture, flavor, color and tang to any meal, relishes have a special place on picnic tables, at backyard barbecues, on holiday menus and at family gatherings. And CELERY RELISH is no exception, particularly when it's made with the "vinegar of choice," Heinz Distilled White. CELERY RELISH 2 cups Heinz Distilled White Vinegar 1/2 cup water 1-1/4 cups granulated sugar 2-1/2 tablespoons salt 2-1/2 tablespoons mustard seed 1/2 teaspoon ground turmeric 2 quarts sliced celery (about 2 pounds) 3 cups chopped onions (4-5 medium) 1-1/2 cups chopped green peppers (2-3 medium) 1-1/2 cups chopped sweet red peppers (2-3 medium) Combine first 6 ingredients in saucepot; heat to boiling. Add vegetables; simmer 3 minutes. Continue simmering while quickly packing one clean, hot jar at a time. Fill to within 1/2 inch of top making sure vinegar solution covers vegetables. Cap each jar at once. Process 5 minutes in boiling-water bath. Makes 5 pints. CELERY RELISH is one of more than 40 kitchentested pickling recipes included in the popular HEINZ GUIDE TO SUCCESSFUL PICKLING. This 32-page booklet also features processing methods, altitude charts, storage suggestions and weight/measures table. It's available with one label from any gallon or quartsize bottle of Heinz Distilled White, Apple Cider or Apple Cider Flavored Vinegar. Send name, address and label to: HEINZ GUIDE TO SUCCESSFUL PICKLING P.O. Box 28, 0-91 Pittsburgh,^ Pa 15230 Please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery. ^r BeUenaaker.. fcr. 2 yrs. exp. .r Persaaael Clerk, INS. ao., aad 2 yrs. type M wpas, sharthaad SS exp., HENDERSON OFFICE ] State of Nevada EMPLOYMENT SECURITY DEPARTMENT WATER ST. SI HENDERSON LCTornoj yi[03i •yiaoaa HOJ saoTB BUCK MOUNTAIN REALTY Each office ibdependently owned and operated ACRE LOT MkhalcCrii Crala.. .SS4-US rslfi WATEK. Wlm^ NEVADA >Mlf •_ nRST ANMYERSARY SALE 30% off oar best wallpaper. ThrnAugBit lit, Big Savings, Order Now. PMMtr Uly MlifNn 1000 Ntv. Nwy, SBHB 102 IwAlir Chy, Ntv* • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR EXPERIENCE DICK BUIR REALTY REALTOBs 833 NevadB Hwy., B.C. 23-2171 AFTER HOURS CALL: •ffeAlTOR BabB|air_. CariCawaa. Aadrea Aadersaa. Katie CartlMlge_ ..2M-M4t ..m.|4M ...jen-tis8 MIcheleHess Jtn-im Nell Olsoo „ 2M^13 Qaade SoUth... Jet3-4fM Kaaa WlUiam JEM-SStt TBB charaer, nr-Caae right ia ta thla 3 hedreeai, 1% rW-W carpctlag. late af halltlaa, raage• §, diahwaaher, dispssai. fteshly palated. t car garspriafciera. BxeeUeat Usaead yard with autare aad shrabkry. See aaw! Oaly f71JM. CHABl alder haaawla HSi.eery aeat t hedraaas, I hath, a feaced yard, alee laadacapiag aad Carpet aad drapertea thraaghaat BlaaM located •i nea aa cataer let with 2 car garage. Sales price MMM. CfeU isr appaiataeat taday! gf Aaoyg FAMILY BOMK f tW ,, .,^ W l^, g wi as Caatiy iitehaa wHh akrawave, 4 bdras.. t sa,-^ ta taa taaea. Wee sise let with lawa. patfa, aad water aalleaer. Shews weU aad Priced at aaly|t7,tSt. IB8UNmi aadkaahlaltarawlathlstralT 4 k eiiasa. hath hsaw. Ptetaatie riew fka "V no fkaa large let CaataacaHaetiy. leads ar storage, lap af Itea appBaafas aad aaeh aan. Apptaslmmu nm stawa lial af ilfoMs area allssdlag a let eT ^heiaaaaaaa. A ralattfair aaw haaaa ia a teat grawiag araa af Saath Bsaldsr O^. CaU tsr aa aceeated fleers aad wat har la Caitfly rasa, eieel lialiMllag, ^ tsaHHsasd WsvaaralMlarBvaaMe A U^Hght aflba baaa tear, it Is UaaUy lacated, with t toga BadMaaa vllh walfe^a daaata, X hatha, LEMUBE LIVIWC t ito Baest I bdra., 1 kath ceado wia excelleat lacatloa to aU bcUltles. Groaad floor. N1.SM. INVITING TOWNHOUSE la La Dolce VIU. 2 aice sixe hedreeas, m baths, ceaipletely feaced yard, extra storage, deaert laadacapiag aad aew coastractloa. Stepsaver kitchea, with refrigerator, raage, dlshwaaher aad garbage di sp a s al, draperiea aad apprexiBUtely UM s^aare fset of UveaMe area. Oaly U9,9M. uwjf w? ryp NIC! wwipiTfTi/^fc iWCTjii rigr Bill Th'* S naM aaartaWBl coaflci It la iwaanlatc CMSHM, iMaM M ^elct el-i4ac, MBPM4 (f i -1 Bt. • • its aB41 -1 IK. • • Hi. Always reatM. aa ••at vwy fa4 lacMw. r*r dataUa Cdl at ( laadacafiH-fiat thai —itMTM'isaaaa.iMtwiths aawaliiM jwa'U ealy Hal ia a m fUtr plaa wttb ktaaUM flraflaee, e vmi m foMa, twlwalag paol. • lee fctiiag! Oaly fUMia. 'I s mmmaisss ^ssssL; 'm ; bay at oariy IIM^MS. CaU aa BOW tsr aa aptloaaa! .MttsMiiUrpt aasafaa|yiaSJ|par t la aaa this lavalr Baaa tadap. g a price af aalp II4JIIL CaU tadagn TaawUl ^XffSHSUKmi'm wMft a vaBsy flaw, •aly. Prlead a aatr •MluJSi la tatsfy laaaky A TWO STOBY CHAM fl HULS— wUl Jast adare this BTTlath, -year aM, well-kept eackaatlag I b edraaa, haaa. This aae has the adeaatage af a eeaverted garage with extra b sdraaa ar meraatlaaal area; or It caa be recaareftad ta a S^ar garage. Caraar let with black feace, balaaced pewer, aad flrsp la c a Tea have to sae this aae. Priced at ealy ISSJtt. spectacalar view of Lake Head. Over MM s. ft. of spaclMuaeas la this lovely I bdrak, I bath, aU electric wHh tmUjf rseai, iU beaatMdly aad p s Ji s al eaally deearatcd. Large Irregalar lot with laadacapiag aad leto asore. Ut aa shew yea this aae today! IN MISSION BILLS. FANTASnC VIEW ON A COINEB. CALL KKN. 3 LOTS SOMC UTAH M HILBS BAST OT CBOAB CITT ON KOUTB 14. ONE IAS S BEDBOOM CABIN. LOTS OP TBBB8. CLOSE TO nSBING AND SKIINO. CALL PAtflL BaunRRHREPua IBBACULATB, WALLPAPBBBD. t • BBBOOB, 1% BATB BBAVTT WITB POBHAL BNTBY ANB NBW BOOT. CABPBT, PBAPIB, DliHWAgHBB, WABBBK, DBVBB, AND BTOBABB •BED ALL STAY. COHPLBTBLY • LOCE PBNCBD WITB BOOH POB POOL. ONE YBAB BBA WABBANTY. CALLJBAN. MEADYIEW rEBBinc BETIBEHBNT PBOPBBTT IN MBABVIEW, ABIIONA. PLANNED ACnVITIBa IN BBCBBATION ABBA. nUMB LOCATIONS. CALL JATNB. MORE R)R YOUR MONEY 4 BED., 1% BATHS, FENCED, WELL MAINTAINED, CLOSE TO SCHOOLS, NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY, CALL PAUL 2MM. INVESTMENT POTENTIAL 1 BEDBOOM BOMB LOCATED ON I PLUS ACBBB CtVBBNTLT lONBD BE BtrrSUBBOVNDBD BY B4. CALL DOBA POBMOBBINPO. NEARUNLV 2 BED. CONDO WITH CUSTOM DBAPB8, UPGBAGED CABPBT AND BALCONY. CLOSE TO UNIVBB8ITT. CALL PAM A BUYERS BARGAIN 4 BED. 1% BATH. CONVENIENTLY LOCATED 1 YEAB OLD BEADY FOB YOU TO MOVE IN. CALL PAUL TWO HOMES — BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES — lO^-aatmaefcilla iBMtadsyftratwdk. SEE V8 VOl COmiEICIAL # INDU8TBIAL PEOPEKTY SiBICEIiTT AND INTEGEITf IS OCE 8PECIAI.TT. SOUD COMFORT S BED. BOULDBB CITY HOME ON qUIBT CONVENIENTLY LOCATED CUL • DE SAC. GBBAT SHADE TBEB IN FBONT TABD. FENCED BACK AND SIDES. SEVBBAL FBUIT TKBBS. WOULD MAKB BXCBLLENT INVESTMBNT PBOPBBTY. CALL PAUL LOWEQUm NO tlUAUmNG TO TABB OVBB THE EXISTING V.A. LOAN LOCATED IN BIOHLAND HILLS. S BED. 1% BATH, t CAB 6ABA6B. BALANCED POWBB. ONE YEAB EBAQABBANTV. CLOSE TO MGN SOMXR BBAUTIfUL CA8A LINDA BOMB WITH LAB6B COUNTBT KITCHKN, COVBBBD PATION, t CAB OABAOB. BABTH TONE DECOK. CALL JOAN OB BBTTY. TREB OF ND6NB0RS MS ACBU or VACANT LAND IN PAST GBOWINfi ABBA OP HENDBBSON. CALL KKN ^ FOB THE PBICE OF ONE. THBEE BEDBOOM HOME ON A COBNEB LOT IN TBACT TWO THAT HAS A FAMILY-DINING BOOM ADDITION AND BEMODELED KITCHEN, PLUS SEPABATE MOTHEB-IN-LAW QUABTEBS. EVENINGS CALL DOBA AT 5SS-MSS. MORE COMMERCIAL 17S' OF BOULDBB HIGHWAY FBONTAGE CLOSE TO 7-11. WILL SELL ALL OB PABT. CALL KEN. SEC 27 BEAUn BEAUTIFUL 3 BED. 2 BATH CUSTOM HOME WITH SPECTACULAB VIEW OF LAS VEGAS. THE SPANISH STYLE WITH FULL WALL nBEPLACE, CONVEB8ATION PIT, SUNKEN LIVING BOOM, TILED BATHS, AND MUCH, MUCH MOBE MAKE THIS HOME A MUST ON YOUB SHOPPING LIST. CALL KEN FOB AN APPOINTMENT. SUPER AREA LOVELY HIGHLAND HILLS 4 BED. HOME. DOUBLE PANED WINDOWS. CLOSE TO SCHOOLS, PABE AND COUNTBY CLUB. COVEBED PATIO. BLOCK WALL, OWNEB MOVING AND ANXIOUS. CLOSE TO PARK TWO NEW HOMES CLOSE TO CITY PABK. 3 BED. 1^ BATH. STATE IN8UBED MONEY AVAILABLE TO QUALIFIED BUYEBS. CALL KEN WE STRIVE TO PLEASE OWNEB VEBY FLEXIBLE ON FINANCING THIS NEW 3 BED. 1% BATH BOULDBB CITY HOME. HE WILL CABBY MAJOB POBTION OF EQUITY. V.A. LOAN CAN BE ASSUMED. LET US SHOW AND SELL. CALL PAUL 2M-MM. PRNK OF OWNERSHIP SHOWS IN THIS LABGE 2 STOBY HOME ON A QUIBT CUL DE SAC. PLENTY OF BOOM FOB A POOL. B.V. PABKING, SUNKEN UVING BOOM. LABGE FAMILY BOOM, FOBMAL DINING BOOM. CALL JOAN. ONLY tSlMt. CONVEWENT ONE YEAB BIEW HOME IN FAST GBOWING ABBA OP HBNDBBWN, CLOSE TO PABK 3 BEDBOOM 2 PULL BATH COBNEB LOT. DISH WASHBB, BANGE AND OVEN • BBAUTIFUL KITCHEN CABINETS. UPGBADBD CABPBT JUST WAITING POB A NEW FAMILY CALL JOAN EVENINGS ig4-13ll KM%wB I W^E^tvv I CLEANNOME WATBB SOPTBNBB, AUTOMATIC 8PBINKLBBS, ALL APPUANCBS INCLUDING WASHBB AND DBTBB. TO SBB THIS 3 BED.. 1% BATH BOMB CALL DOBA. LOW, LOW UTIUTIES NEAT AND ROOMY 3 BED., HAS A LABGE COUNTBY KITCHEN. EASY ENTEBTAINING WITH THIS CONFOBTABLE PATIO AND AOUGHROY POOL. MATURE LANDSCAPING, 8PRINKLEBS FBONT AND BEAB. BLOCK WALL. CALL BETTY OB JOAN. NEW WALLPAPER AND PAMY ENHANCE THIS THBEE BEDBOOM HOME THAT INCLUDES ALL APPLIANCES. THEBE'S A GARAGE WITH BXTBA STORAGE TOO! CALL DOBA TO SEE THIS LOVELY HOME. NIGHUND HILLS BEST BUY IN THE ABEA. NEWLY PAINTED INTEBIOB. OVERSIZE MASTER REDBOOM COULD EASILY BE MADE INTO 4TH BED. POUBLE DRIVE. AUTOMATIC SPRINKLEBS. CALL JEAN. BACKONMARKH SUPEBCLEAN AND ATTRACTIVE 3 BED. HOINE IN HIGHLAND HILLS. GOOD TERMS. CALL JAYNE. IT'S GOOD HOUSE SENSE IF YOU LIKE AN ATTBACTIVE HOME IN A GOOD NEIGRBOBHOOD, COME AND SEE THIS 3 BED., 2 BATH HENDEB80N HOME. IT HAS AN OVEB-SIZED 2 CAB GABACE, UPGKADEO CABFETING AND CUSTOM DBAPES. OWNEB WILL SELL FUBNISHED OR UNFUBNI8HED. CALL PAUL FOB MORE INFO. 2n-SM. UNDER $6200 GREAT LOT POB BETIBEMENT OB INVESTMENT. MEADVIEW ABIZONA. CALL PAM FOB FUBTHEB INFO. ONLY S57,9O0.00 LESS THAN 2 YEABS OLD. BAPIDLY GBOWING ABEA OF BENDEB80N. DOUBLE PANED WINDOWS. BBEAKFAST COUNTEB. 3 BED. 1% BATHS. FENCED YABD, GABAGE. CALL a AJH* CONDO FOR SAU $39,950 2 BEDBOOM, 1 BATH, 1 YEAB E.B.A. WABBANTY END UNIT, NEXT TO POOL PBBmCT POB A BBTIBBD COUPLE. CALL JOAN EVENINGS BS4-13il. ONE YEAR E.R.A. WARRANH ONE YEAB E.B.A. WABBANTY COMES WITB THIS ATTBACTIVE FAMILY BOMB. POUB BEDBOOMS. 1% BATHS AND A GABAGE WITH KXTBA 8T0BAGB. FOB AN APPOINTMENT TO SEE CALL DOBA BVKNINGS AT MALIOr It7-A WATEE STREET ^BENDEKSON VALLEY EANK BUILDING 564-2727 SMNevBdt Hwy^ No.S BonldcrClty 293-56461 Z.'T lUeMlay, juiy xaew SHAKLEE PtODUaS Rhoda DK HaRadone .Authorized Distributor 293-4350 B.C. We'll Call On You" OA NilD TO SIU YOUl House? Wl WIU BUY ITNOWI Cwk • 3*3-1*13 Cu^y" tmitS, bK PBBE: 2 taillcf s Maax Ut, teas. Call 8M-23I0. P MOBILE HOME FOB SALE ia B.C. park. Fer iafb. call SSS-1144. B.C. VMMWMIMAAMMAM AARON FENCINO Free itlirrftaie* Chain Unk t Wood fencing 30 Yean Exp. Pit. 4S1-3190 I • Phgell Menaerson Home News, Henderson, NCVB( CARPn CUANING Reasonable rates • beautlftil results BOULDER on CARPIT CARE <^ FREE EST. Call 293-4148 '%'%*%*^*>'^'%%'>%l%%i%M%M%M^^ WANT ADS L R. B/S MAINTENANa SpeclaliBiag in iBterior and Extrrlor Painttag Brush and RoU. Also, Airless Sprayer. Call Urry for FREE ESTIMATES, 29S-S605. Beeper S81-21SS or After I pjn. ttt-521S. B.C. License No. 19B4, B.C. Ai ^tAMAMMMMSWka HELP WANTED medical •ssistant waated §n back offloe. Pait-tine. Experieace helpfol. 2M-21S. WANTED TO BUY IN B.C., t or 4 bdrm bonse or lot. Priacipais oaly. 2S34<23. B.C 'A%M •MII0S4 D. "JIM" JINSiN • aOKIR JENSEN'S REALTY 219 WATER ST. HENDERSON, NV. 390IS • 564-3333 SPECIAL OF TBE WEEK ^^ FAMILY SIZE TOWNBOUSE CLOSE TO TOWN. Tbis 3 bedroom bonw is a great way to begia at a reaioable price. Access to pool and recreation. Call ... Jim. IF YOU ABE CBEATIVE „. you will deHnitely | want to see tills custom home on a quiet sec|l luded 1 acre lot. Big covered patio for BBQ't, <| parties and a good play area for children. Over 2,900 gq. ft. with many extras. Corral for horses. Comer lot For appt. to see... CallJim. BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM HOME in prestigious Black Mountain Golf and Country Club area. L^rge kitchen, formal dining room, custom carpet and drapes, 2 fireplaces. Heated Pollard Pool and Jacuzzi. Paved RV Parking. Block walled. Exterior lighting. Call Al. I EASY TAKE OVEK OF EXISTING LOAN on this tastefully decorated 3 bedroom, 1.79 bath home with woodburning fireplace, garage, large fenced block yard k sprinklers. Easy entertaining on large covered patio surrounded by shrubs, roses and trees. Beautiful view of the Las Vegas Valley. Close to shops, schools, and parks ... Call Katharine. SUPEB COMMEBCIAL VALUE. ZONED C-t Run your own business and live next door in neat & lovely 2 bedroom, 1 bath home with sunken family room. Lots of extras. Approx. 730 sq. ft. of block garage. Priced right. Hurry on this one. It won't last... Call Curtis. CASA LINDA $10,000 00 and Uke over payments on this super clean 2 bedroom home. Comer lot on cul-de-sac. Owner will carry part of down pymt... Call Paul. DOLLHOUSE OVEBLOOKING LAKE MEAD completely remodeled. Perfect ft>r vacation. Terms. Ownr will carry ... Call Paul. SUP INTO THE EASE OF COUNTBY UVING IS min. ft-om Lake Mead. 1 acre view lot with fireplace. Fantastically beautiful and roomy kitchen and a covered patio all set for summer BBQ's. This quality custom home can be yours without high interest rates because the owner { will carry... Call Alice. INVESTMENT POTENTIAL This 3 bedroom, 1 bath home sits on a R-2 lot. Room for another | unit. Within walking distance of town & shopping for the low price of only $45,000.00... Call Katherine. SUPEB VUSTOM HOME Custom drapes, custom fireplace, custom t>ookcase It shelving in^'^ family room. Lots of tile, plus upgraded carpet FHA, VA, COtiV. Owner will carry. Won't | last... Call Paul. HIGHLAND HILLS 4 bedroom, 1.75 bath I home with large fenced yard, blanced power I and double garage. Price includes range, refrigerator, washer, dryer and water soitner. Great location ... Call Katherine. DOLL HOUSE under|42,000: Brand new home under construction. 3 bed., 1.75 bath, laundry room, large living room, 1 car garage, buyer can choose carpet and appl. colors. Huriy on this one! Other new homes in this area cost much more!!... Call Paul. CBEATIVE nNANCING: Available in this spacious 2600 sq. ft. home zoned for horses. 4 bedrooms, 3 plus baths, tile roof, intercom, central Vac, microwave oven, wet bar, double fireplace, formal dining, below appraisal ... Call Paul. WHY WAIT? here is your building lot in Section 27, $18,000.00 is the price end owner will carry a 2nd mortgage ... Call Sally. BUILDEB'S DELIGHT • Only 2 left: Nice building lots with utilities close by. Good terms... Call Paul. ACBES IN SECTION I -. Call Jack. 1ACBE COBNEB LOT Prime area of Section 27... Call Paul. 5 ACBES!! SECTION If in ranch estate area on Desert Rose ... Call Jim. ATTN. DEVELOPEBS AND LAND SPBCULAT0B8: 3.10 Acres of R-3 Land in Best area of Henderson. City approval for 70 apartments. Some terms available... Call Curtia. OPEN MONDAY THBU SATUBDAY 9-M AM to •:$• PM Jia JeaacB I Allct Fls I Jack SaMaaaa Al LeFraaeaU Paal Oargis -. I Cartls Yoaag I Sally Jeaaoa ,.MS-3TT Mitchell M...gTI>f7Sg .....ISg>gg7S ...jas-ggn II Beat or salei 4 bdra. oa large comer lot ea tatvre Golf Course. 21M sq. fl. Beat, Itl*. Sale price, $12S,M$. B.C. 2M-eStt. FOB BENT: 3 bdrm., 2 bath, 2 car garage, new Lewis HoBse. $!•• MO., 1st, last Plas secarlty. No pets. 2gS-4723a(lerS.B.C. HMRSMHMMaWMHM HELP WANTED, slot change persons. Apply in person. GOLD STRIKE INN. B.C. tmmmmmmmmmMmM. I LOW INTEBEST STATE MONEY available on Henderson Townhouse. 3 bdrm., 14 bath. $43,000. Owner Licensee 4S-101. LOST: BritUay Spaniel. 8 • MS. old. Lost Sanday in vicinity of Ave. M., B.C. Please call 2S-44t. SWAP MEET MEBCHANDISE... Close out prices... Sunglasses.. Jewelry ... Dolls ... Wstcbes ... SM-3835 saytime. 1M9 VW STATION WAGON. Buns good. $$M. Ph. 2$S-2n. TWO BEDBOOM, Ik, both home for rent.^ Brand new with flrep-J} lace, mini • blinds aad^ will be fully landscaped. 1425. mo. first, last months required plus refundable security deposit of 1200. Call 293-3904. B.C. Ten Unit Motel, Weils, Nev. for sale or trade. $115,000. Equity, $05,000 Exc. income, good condition, very expandable. Ph. 7e-7Sr399t. f^^f^ fl W. Your home is your castle ^ Vv ''' Try the HENDERSON PIAZA APIS. • 2 Bedroom Rgafr Unfura Pool 730 Center St Hdri i 565-7512J PBEE TO GOOD HOM^, with fenced yard. Saull mixed Lab Betrievcr. Around I to 7 mos. old. Mast love aalmala. 5S3-7879. For rent: A spacious house that must be seen to be sppreciated. Unfurnlshed. Adults with references welcome. 293-1710. B.C. For sale: Good transportation car. 1909 Ford Toriao G.T. Buns good. Body dinged. $475. Ph. 298;)ai4J3r Window AC, Wards saper duty, $150.42" Gas range, white w oven, rotisserle, broiler grill, .ISO. Wsler softaer, $150. VIU Muter Slender Cycle wtimer A speedometer, $150. 10x10 storifgebldg. New. still in box, $150.400 Pueblo Blvd., Hdn. Trailer EiUtes. Hdo. I PAYING DISCREET | f. CASH for quality an:S ^tiques. THE PAK S RAT, 524 Nev. Hwy.,:§ B.C. :g 293-4709. :$ MKrS FAMTRIG SiRVKI Reaidential — Commercial ***;•••* 2t3-9720 SSl-tlM "" Home Beeper Free ettimatea—State Uc. No. 017SU ^"-'^'^ '^ 3 BDBM HOISE FOB BENT, 2 Ml batks. Available AugMtbA-C, carpet 293-lgSS. B.C. FOB BENT: 3 bdra., 2 btk. aoae to dawatowa. $39e mo. $200 depoBlt. Pb. 504-8403. Geaaral' B la stfl cai dlakaraskar • aloe, eoadltloa, SIOOL uvtiasa. _, 3 bdra. aaf. Valley View hoaa far laai AvalL Aag. 1. Adalta oaly, aa pata. 1st, laat B cloaalagiepaaH.CaUWed.or1l|krB.. S4709b(roea8u^* HYDE & ASSOCIATES Bart Hyde 293-2144 Cstkeriae Bagh. rarol Roxich... 293-4950 UcMMtJ RBBI iflHft IrMwr 1028WyMiiiig Boulder City, Novado 293-6014 .-_*l^?f!5 —A^ll — ACREAGE • 2 bedroom, 1 bath hoaMOMOOt. • 2 bedroom, separate garage, $32,000. • 2 >*4Mom large garage, $g9,9M.OO. $10,090 dMra. • Lovely Subdivision No. 11 Lot, $52,000. • Ciairmont HeigbU, Lake View Late, $gOJOO. U SOSJgg. 30% OFF WOVEN WOODS MINI BLINDS • Custom Bilt ,^'^JJ!,^V*!"i^' • Kirsoh Bonlder Ciiy interiors a EvolJr ^^ NS:''S ^V^T '? ^^^^^^^^^^^Boulde^lty^Ie^da BOULDER REALTY 4Ui NevadiJ Hiuhv\.:-. '>9.i-;{'i:j2 (t 29:5 .litoo ;\<^?ni^ -"W^^f/-^ .^S^^ ^ Sir t;'D.ii,i €:C€-€€CC€^ y .•'.' .•: • >•."-:' ^y .w AV .•:<•" Ha^|ojutCiiiMS(ia|i OIL PAINTING CLASSES BY TY DENNETT s:s '> Loaded, Ranger XLT,;::^^ FOR SALE • "•*•<:. Powe' brakes, :?;i F \/IV 0/1.AJAJ jj5^ ^j„^g Cruise-^?: Control, Tilt Wheel, %;^ 1Q7Q FflltTI Tinted Glass, Custom^^iji l/5> l4 KFIRST WESn XN PL\Z'% SllTE IM Call for info. Yl '!• ) NEV. HWY. BOl LDEB (ITV ^fi}r^^^ BRONCO HOI SE FOB SALE, 2 story. 4 bdrm, 2H baths, double garage, extra large lot. Assunuble loan iWh interest. 293-5238. B.C. 293:-.<•. ?/•.• riVi^VjK' <^ MAiro* lioh Olsen Realty & Insurance Inc, Rpahor-MLS ^^ 6 ff liter St., Hendenon^^ii^ 36t-l8:il PAUL'S PLASTERING Stucco work refinishing houses, small additlnns Cair293-3138 or EVERYONE LOVES a fireplace and tbis home has one ia the family room. Darling kitchen. Roomy, & nice, gorgeous yard, enclosed with block wall. Storage house and workshop. 3 BEDBOOM CINDER BLOCK WITH ALIMINVM SIDING BesutifUlly remodelled with custom kitchen. Family room, fenced yard. Added Laundry room. ECONOMICAL A LOVELY Within walking to downstown. Hardwood floors, 3 br. Dining room & completely remodelled kitchen with range; dishwasher A refkigerator included. Appraised FHA. Beady for occupancy. NIFTY AND THBIFTY 3 Br. 1^4 bath. Owner building larger home to accomodatc larger growing family. Close to schools and shopping Good Value FHA, VA or owner will carry on small do#n, and assume old interest loan. NEAB NEW COMMLTWITY COLLEGE 3 Br. 1% baths with double fireplace in Living room and Family room. Large country style kitchen. Tastefully decorated with custom drapes snd upgraded carpet throughout. Patio off Family room. Small cash out and assume or refinance. WITH JACUZZI 4 Br. 1^ bath with large LB with fireplace. Country style kitchen with breakfast bar and family room. Upgraded carpet and drapes throughout. Priced right. IMPBOVED BLOCK upgraded block home with air conditioning, workshop, extra storage, covered patio. New Carpel and no wax floors. Very coiy and nice. Good cash out for old low interest loan or VA FHA. W'OULD YOU BELIEVE 2 flreplaces, one in Living Boom, one in Dining Family room. Master bedroom is 15 x 10 with large wardrobes, lots of storage. Over 1500 sq. ft. of good living in this 3 br. home. Call 504-1931 for appointment to see. Lots of EXTBA8. POOL TO COOL Fun fbr the fkmlly. Beautifully decorated 4 Br. 1% baths. Bitchen appliances included as well as drapea. Lota of storage. Call for appointment to seeSg4-1831. INVESTMENT OPPOBTUNITY Small Cash Down Well esttblisbed business that caa be handled as one nun operatloa. Would consider trading a rental home as part of the down payment. Seller will flnance. Call Cor deUils. 504-1031. BUILDING LOTS AU Utilities In. j_^ 293-1645. B.C. | BOULDER an 2 bdrm. townhoase, IV^ bath, range, oven, diahwaaher, ref., private yard, carpeting it drapes. |4H. lit mo. rent, plna depoait. Immediate move in. Ph. SBI-B14t or 2S3-ltS5, B.C. S irtiiwioc Poij ClAC Utilities Paid 2 BDRM. UNF. —125. up. RESERVE NOW EASTMINISnR APARTMENTS 565-5304 HELLO OIT THEBE! 2 bcdiaoa, t iUl new, mobile hoae la LAEE MOLTHTAIN BBTAIBB. I have everything anyone coaM pooalMy aai(.int eluding a price tag yon caa aflard. I'a Jaat soarohlag for the right person to give it to. If yea thlak yoa i be the oae, pleaae call Bonlder Beatty aad a man will be glad to bring yoa aver to latredace a^ $0$,S00.00 My Lake'iew lot is lacladad la prtco^aa^ so is my good IHead, the garage. '^ : SOMEWHEBE OVEB THE BAINBOW • Yoall Bad the end of your rainbow la thla laxarloaa Caiiala| home in the Boalder City golf eoarao area. Faaaan ing large bedrooau aad beaatlAU fbraal dlalag.sad liviag areas. Graclaaa u It may be, the balMar aovof lost sight of practlcaUty. Appolataeat aaljr pittao; AND THE SUBVEY SAYS • Yoa waat ga inpa^ with this 3 bedraaa alder haaae la area cMba to dowatowB. Owner will carry. Call tsr Asilhor dotails. Und loaed B 2. Pricedla IBe add STs.' LA DOLCE ^lif^ S564-5959 OArOabi" SmUk Lic ensed Real Estate B roker. —HOMESBRAND NEW!! Excellent location tile roof. 4 bedrooms, 2 baths. Will consider motor home or cabin cruiser u part down payment. $97,500.00. —HENDERSON— Best lay ^ the asasyt Taae nhottse wittfttwi&m Hisl ft t f m PMl Mock wallod yard with epen balcony tor gtA eattoor eateitBa; ing and llvihg. $S9,9g9.0t. T". \ IF YOU DONT LIKE THE UZE, IF YOU DOHT UKE THE jn Y caa (att voar circumstaaaeaaadaaant Intothls raaay 41 1% bath ViOa Del Prida. SaMBet to axMtag FHA loan at gooQjntmf t raie.'$t9gllO.Ot. '^ E-Z DOES lt< BasyOMiaa avallaMa oa thla casSto home overleafclag Boalder CKy Owaer aaxloaa, so present yoal^fBir! Haaa hml b adrao B M. 2 hatha with large Jacassl la ssastOf bath. Top af theBia appliances pad a floor plan that la eoavealoat afd plash. : s CUSTOMIZED CASTLE ON H ACRE • Las V^a beauty. 3 bedroom, 2 plas hath hoaw oa largo coraor cul-de-sac lot. Large r#ck.taro way flroplacc Ji living and iismily rooau. Tap af the Uaa aftlUgflb and aaBsenities too nuacroas to aeatloa. X CBL • NT TEBMft.Owaer very aaidpaa aad la aOstlag tenas yau won't be able to realat CaU far Infbnnatlon. gII9,i0i.00. YOURS FOR 150,50000!! 3 bedroom, 1 bath. Sprinklers to be instolled. area. / JUST MOVE ON IN • to thla deUghttally clean hoae. Spacioaa 3 bedraaa, 1% hatha, cefaiG& Uled entry, aad a kltekea that wUl briag a klfBT cheer to your whale teally. Meat ha aoM aah|aicHa exUtlng FBA lean. Nice AFTIR HOC RS CALL JKANNB A. OUKN Mt MAnCO, aROKEB 104-tnt PBTKR J. OUIN 8-4a8 VIRQIL UeiaNNBY 816-Otol JANET SHAW „ 80M08 LORIN WIUJAMS 80*-0M PAUUNI "TINA" WILUAMS SOi-MSS MICHAKL P. OERGEMYER Sa^OiW DUNE BARLOW JO*-BSa MA110IS MMBNIW • i nh ^ 4^ OttMNIttB MUST SEE TO APPRECIATE!! 3 bedroom, 1 bath. Newly remodeled. Good area. Comer lot with tnit trees. $53,000.00. WILL CONSIDER TRADE! New 3 bedroom, 2 bath. Well below appraisal. Family room with woodburning fireplace. $09,950.00. —MOBILE HOMES— IN VILLA HERMOSA. 3 bedroom, 14 bath. Lovely paneled interiar. Very I well kept. Partially ftirnisked. $13,750.00. Call this | office for deUils. PRICE REDUCED!! 3 bedrooms, 2 bath. 1975 Franklin. $14,950.00. —MOULDER CITY— ADIXTSONLY!! Like new 24 x 52. In Giagerwood. 2 bedrooms, 2 bath. $42,975.00. IN GINGERWOOD. 2 bedroom. 1 bath. Storage shed. RefHgersted sir. All yours for $12,900.00. CORONADO ESTATES!! ADULTS!! 2 bedroom. 2 batb. den (could be a third bedroom). Doable garage. Storage. Very nice. $09,500.00. 197$ ALJO $7,500.00. 5lh WHEEL TRAILER Like new m 393-1613 THf DbMI MUS a3-337 RtAUOR Como H 1010 Novoda MJthwov, "TKo Owno" or COH... G.A. "Carlv" SVITH. IVC. BEOUR tas-isisoRti3-sas7 lOIS MEVADA HIWAY BOIXDER CITY. NEVAD\ CORONADO ESTATES Also aoaaa easy, able, carefkee llvlag la this attractive aaMte hama in Boulder City's flaest BMblte haase eatataa.iVoa own the land plas ISSO s^aart feet of apaetoaa Uving. Large coraer lot, with p laaty of BV porktig and grcea laadacaped yard. Call fK aara dotalla aad appointaeat aaytlae to view thla lavoly koiia. $n,mM. ^. 10 ACBES PBICED TO SELL!! 10 ACBB8 PBICBO TO SELL!! 10 ACBES PBICEDTO SELL!! IgACtBS PBICIDTO SELL!! Call cow far datalla. > MOBILE HOME LOT la Boalder • AU atUUtos'la and located ia grewlu area. Prlcod at $3 g.0O M ^ APARTMENT LAND • Yes, la BanMer aty KMS f^a the aew First Western Plasa. (hoat tenaaJB^ loto and owner will coaaMer real eatate en SUBDIVISION 11 K acre lot ia Sak II. Balldyear own hoae in this prestlgloas area. We'U ahow'fia how and where. WE HAVE A LOT TO OFFEB • Spectacalar vtoMMir Lake Mead that will aever be diatarbod. Nadaaal Park Service land adtaina ea rear p r ap er ty Uao J^celleat bay. ,.„ % PLUS ACBE IN LAKEVIBW • Priced $30.0iBOt. Owners will carry. 2 story kaae caa ha coa atntf ad and a view af Lake abtalaed. ._: OUB SALESMEN WILL BB HAPPY TO ACC6MPANY YOU TO THE BBAUTIFUL LAKB WMHTAIN ESTATES AND SHOW YOU AVAILAMJB HOMES IN THE ABBA. IINE HANSEN, BBOKBB rOM FBIABY JENNIE BABNES IPBGGYMAUCBBI JANICE CBAWFOBD DICK OLSON NMBLDUNAWAY BAY ABNB80N jM-auil jUgjuggi 416 NEV. NWY. Boulder City, Ntv. PHONE 293-32a |

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rMMmFMiMM m Tuesday, Jaly tt, 19M P*|7n • •aa Gaiparla Jfka PMla MMIISI I Ciadjr Baa4y REALTOR' 554 Nevada Hwy., Boulder City, Nv. B l morrrll lUaltg M TeleyhoBe MS4tlf TOR* "nnt In • mMi!i...|^MelMr "OWNER MUST SACEinCE" Start with thte S ha4r—i^ 1% bath haM*. laeladea large fM, IV farUa^ MW tfrlaklcr tyateai, Ireee, gariea ft Mljr fcaead ftat A rear yarta. "ALL THE E1NG8 RIEN" Jast cam 4awa |IMM • • S be4raaM t hath caslaii hallt haiM as 1 acre la prestlflaas MlsaUa HlUa. Priced wajr helaw aarfcet. Caaparc athen ia the area! Alia wet har la Dually reaa garage Is ready for ceanreraiea. "FAST MOVB IN" LS he dree a i 1 hath with cevcred car JMrt Is gaad bay at M% laterest Dawa payaeat caa Ewerhed eat aMve la ea a reatai baala with aptllb. Harry caU MSISlter evealags caU SS4-1MS. dEBEAVTIFULLY UPGRADED" Ibedfeaai 1% hath la tiM saath area ef Las Vegas. fdm drapea A apgradad carpet Ceatral hltehea, faaa. t s^ersd patle, c e ap i et ely leadA BMre! CaU aa taday!! BEE'S BUSINESS SERVICE 587 AVENUE "C* BOULDER OTY, NEVADA 8M05 (702) 293-5361 A SERVICE TO TIT YOUR BUSINESS NEEDS!!! • Telepbeae Aaswerlag • Mall Beldlag A Ferwardlag • Secretarial A Typlag • Beekkecpiag • Ceauaercial Address A Liceaae Pestlax • CaplesMade • Westera Ualea • Desk A Offlce Space • Priatlag Needs • Sabher Stamps • VPS PIcknp URRAY FOR OUR SIDE" daat allea see aae tfcb ake fer the price, t 1 bath • Gaad area for the yeaag ftually. tea that ceaM be tbird bedraaa ????? Cleaa A aaat lasMe A eat. Baa aatare treee A lavely reee gardea. Eye It A yeaj) bay ^OU DONT NEED A BARREL OF NONE Y" Deal aiu this baa a t lft U eatry late this lausacalate 4 bedreea IK bath haase. Separate laaadry raea -'With paalry la the kUehea. laally ea|ay the eat^dbara aadar the eavared patle la year awa private, •ieaapleteiy feaced yard. Gead VA assaaptiaa at -1J% latcrcetThls aae ia fbr yea. CaU MS4S1S. ~ "READY TO BUILD" 7 graas acres la caalaa heaa area ia seetiea 4 PLUS H acre ea the Black at. QeUCearsc. VtlUtles avallaUe A gead terau tea! "tllBUSINtSS OPPORTUNITY PLUS INIS Ualt BMtd ea BeaMer Highway. Utest traffic ll^aat shews 4UtS la ISTS. CaU MarreU Bealty fer details! ilHARD TO nND M-1 PROPERTY" frapa r t y alts ea Saasei)ast sir the Baalder Hghwy. Apinat. S.S aines. Eateat traffic ceaat shaws S,NS la ItTS. CaU fer iwia Ms. JM^Ilf^ ^JSRHWBCJBST'^'^^"'^^"^^^ .Stalya Manall —J-~:^—5SS-7SSI Peggy caie : :., „:.;.:: ::— JS4-I7M ICELBBBATING A THIRD OF A CBNTUSY SBKVIING BOULDBB CITY. WALK DOWN a tree llaed street te sbep, library aad parka. Fsar bedraaa, elder heoM, MSittS laclades appUaaces. Caae la the efflce tsday aad iaqalrc ear ether Ustlags. B FAMILY? ThU 4 bdra. Uwls bease with SMS s^. it. plas, is fer yea. Stretch eat and eqjey enly DUPLEX twe-1 bedraaa aaita plas, la sttraciive area. CaU SM^SM far details. FANTASTIC MOBIU HOME • M'XS4'. Faadly secUea. Maaatala Vista Bstalea. Maay extras, mjt*^ Geed terau. BUILDING LOTS AVAILABLE TOP OF AVENUE M S Urge aadevelaped baildiag Ms. CaU IM-ttSS fer detalU. MARINA HIGHLANDS ESTATES • 7* It. i I17.S R. baildiag lot abeve Lake Mead • |M,M. • 7M Kendall Lane. Ideal lacatloa for home with view, near recreation areas. LOTS IN PRESTIGOUS AREA of cleaa, green B.C. Zones fer horses aad custom homes. |M to $4* thoasaad. PKOntABLE BUSINESS FOR SALE. Existing, Service sUtloa basiaess available. Call tN-3333 fer deUils. RENTALS FOR RENT 3 or 4 bedroom, 2 bath beaies. m U YEARS PIONEERING BEAL ESTATE IN BOULDER CTTT rp i!lili'Llli'iiiL*iiiUi5li3Jiiii CHECK THESE UKAL JOB OPENINGS: i • • fw — w^H, •avnaaaq • wpm. ^"Xccoant Exec.*Siilary A CommissTon. 1 yr. "F / Fry Cook |4.M hr. 1 yr. exp. ROOMMATE NEEDED. POR RENT IN RENDER Share t bdrm house plus SON, S bdrm, t baUi, $375 Vt expenses. $130 me. mo., central air A heat, all 55-iSt7. Uave message. dec., CaU t93-2MS. B.C. Relish this...a colorful melsAige of fresh vegetables, picked j and pickled by you for year-round eating enjoyment. Because they add texture, flavor, color and tang to any meal, relishes have a special place on picnic tables, at backyard barbecues, on holiday menus and at family gatherings. And CELERY RELISH is no exception, particularly when it's made with the "vinegar of choice," Heinz Distilled White. CELERY RELISH 2 cups Heinz Distilled White Vinegar 1/2 cup water 1-1/4 cups granulated sugar 2-1/2 tablespoons salt 2-1/2 tablespoons mustard seed 1/2 teaspoon ground turmeric 2 quarts sliced celery (about 2 pounds) 3 cups chopped onions (4-5 medium) 1-1/2 cups chopped green peppers (2-3 medium) 1-1/2 cups chopped sweet red peppers (2-3 medium) Combine first 6 ingredients in saucepot; heat to boiling. Add vegetables; simmer 3 minutes. Continue simmering while quickly packing one clean, hot jar at a time. Fill to within 1/2 inch of top making sure vinegar solution covers vegetables. Cap each jar at once. Process 5 minutes in boiling-water bath. Makes 5 pints. CELERY RELISH is one of more than 40 kitchentested pickling recipes included in the popular HEINZ GUIDE TO SUCCESSFUL PICKLING. This 32-page booklet also features processing methods, altitude charts, storage suggestions and weight/measures table. It's available with one label from any gallon or quartsize bottle of Heinz Distilled White, Apple Cider or Apple Cider Flavored Vinegar. Send name, address and label to: HEINZ GUIDE TO SUCCESSFUL PICKLING P.O. Box 28, 0-91 Pittsburgh,^ Pa 15230 Please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery. ^r BeUenaaker.. fcr. 2 yrs. exp. .r Persaaael Clerk, INS. ao., aad 2 yrs. type M wpas, sharthaad SS exp., HENDERSON OFFICE ] State of Nevada EMPLOYMENT SECURITY DEPARTMENT WATER ST. SI HENDERSON LCTornoj yi[03i •yiaoaa HOJ saoTB BUCK MOUNTAIN REALTY Each office ibdependently owned and operated ACRE LOT MkhalcCrii Crala.. .SS4-US rslfi WATEK. Wlm^ NEVADA >Mlf •_ nRST ANMYERSARY SALE 30% off oar best wallpaper. ThrnAugBit lit, Big Savings, Order Now. PMMtr Uly MlifNn 1000 Ntv. Nwy, SBHB 102 IwAlir Chy, Ntv* • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR EXPERIENCE DICK BUIR REALTY REALTOBs 833 NevadB Hwy., B.C. 23-2171 AFTER HOURS CALL: •ffeAlTOR BabB|air_. CariCawaa. Aadrea Aadersaa. Katie CartlMlge_ ..2M-M4t ..m.|4M ...jen-tis8 MIcheleHess Jtn-im Nell Olsoo „ 2M^13 Qaade SoUth... Jet3-4fM Kaaa WlUiam JEM-SStt TBB charaer, nr-Caae right ia ta thla 3 hedreeai, 1% rW-W carpctlag. late af halltlaa, raage• §, diahwaaher, dispssai. fteshly palated. t car garspriafciera. BxeeUeat Usaead yard with autare aad shrabkry. See aaw! Oaly f71JM. CHABl alder haaawla HSi.eery aeat t hedraaas, I hath, a feaced yard, alee laadacapiag aad Carpet aad drapertea thraaghaat BlaaM located •i nea aa cataer let with 2 car garage. Sales price MMM. CfeU isr appaiataeat taday! gf Aaoyg FAMILY BOMK f tW ,, .,^ W l^, g wi as Caatiy iitehaa wHh akrawave, 4 bdras.. t sa,-^ ta taa taaea. Wee sise let with lawa. patfa, aad water aalleaer. Shews weU aad Priced at aaly|t7,tSt. IB8UNmi aadkaahlaltarawlathlstralT 4 k eiiasa. hath hsaw. Ptetaatie riew fka "V no fkaa large let CaataacaHaetiy. leads ar storage, lap af Itea appBaafas aad aaeh aan. Apptaslmmu nm stawa lial af ilfoMs area allssdlag a let eT ^heiaaaaaaa. A ralattfair aaw haaaa ia a teat grawiag araa af Saath Bsaldsr O^. CaU tsr aa aceeated fleers aad wat har la Caitfly rasa, eieel lialiMllag, ^ tsaHHsasd WsvaaralMlarBvaaMe A U^Hght aflba baaa tear, it Is UaaUy lacated, with t toga BadMaaa vllh walfe^a daaata, X hatha, LEMUBE LIVIWC t ito Baest I bdra., 1 kath ceado wia excelleat lacatloa to aU bcUltles. Groaad floor. N1.SM. INVITING TOWNHOUSE la La Dolce VIU. 2 aice sixe hedreeas, m baths, ceaipletely feaced yard, extra storage, deaert laadacapiag aad aew coastractloa. Stepsaver kitchea, with refrigerator, raage, dlshwaaher aad garbage di sp a s al, draperiea aad apprexiBUtely UM s^aare fset of UveaMe area. Oaly U9,9M. uwjf w? ryp NIC! wwipiTfTi/^fc iWCTjii rigr Bill Th'* S naM aaartaWBl coaflci It la iwaanlatc CMSHM, iMaM M ^elct el-i4ac, MBPM4 (f i -1 Bt. • • its aB41 -1 IK. • • Hi. Always reatM. aa ••at vwy fa4 lacMw. r*r dataUa Cdl at ( laadacafiH-fiat thai —itMTM'isaaaa.iMtwiths aawaliiM jwa'U ealy Hal ia a m fUtr plaa wttb ktaaUM flraflaee, e vmi m foMa, twlwalag paol. • lee fctiiag! Oaly fUMia. 'I s mmmaisss ^ssssL; 'm ; bay at oariy IIM^MS. CaU aa BOW tsr aa aptloaaa! .MttsMiiUrpt aasafaa|yiaSJ|par t la aaa this lavalr Baaa tadap. g a price af aalp II4JIIL CaU tadagn TaawUl ^XffSHSUKmi'm wMft a vaBsy flaw, •aly. Prlead a aatr •MluJSi la tatsfy laaaky A TWO STOBY CHAM fl HULS— wUl Jast adare this BTTlath, -year aM, well-kept eackaatlag I b edraaa, haaa. This aae has the adeaatage af a eeaverted garage with extra b sdraaa ar meraatlaaal area; or It caa be recaareftad ta a S^ar garage. Caraar let with black feace, balaaced pewer, aad flrsp la c a Tea have to sae this aae. Priced at ealy ISSJtt. spectacalar view of Lake Head. Over MM s. ft. of spaclMuaeas la this lovely I bdrak, I bath, aU electric wHh tmUjf rseai, iU beaatMdly aad p s Ji s al eaally deearatcd. Large Irregalar lot with laadacapiag aad leto asore. Ut aa shew yea this aae today! IN MISSION BILLS. FANTASnC VIEW ON A COINEB. CALL KKN. 3 LOTS SOMC UTAH M HILBS BAST OT CBOAB CITT ON KOUTB 14. ONE IAS S BEDBOOM CABIN. LOTS OP TBBB8. CLOSE TO nSBING AND SKIINO. CALL PAtflL BaunRRHREPua IBBACULATB, WALLPAPBBBD. t • BBBOOB, 1% BATB BBAVTT WITB POBHAL BNTBY ANB NBW BOOT. CABPBT, PBAPIB, DliHWAgHBB, WABBBK, DBVBB, AND BTOBABB •BED ALL STAY. COHPLBTBLY • LOCE PBNCBD WITB BOOH POB POOL. ONE YBAB BBA WABBANTY. CALLJBAN. MEADYIEW rEBBinc BETIBEHBNT PBOPBBTT IN MBABVIEW, ABIIONA. PLANNED ACnVITIBa IN BBCBBATION ABBA. nUMB LOCATIONS. CALL JATNB. MORE R)R YOUR MONEY 4 BED., 1% BATHS, FENCED, WELL MAINTAINED, CLOSE TO SCHOOLS, NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY, CALL PAUL 2MM. INVESTMENT POTENTIAL 1 BEDBOOM BOMB LOCATED ON I PLUS ACBBB CtVBBNTLT lONBD BE BtrrSUBBOVNDBD BY B4. CALL DOBA POBMOBBINPO. NEARUNLV 2 BED. CONDO WITH CUSTOM DBAPB8, UPGBAGED CABPBT AND BALCONY. CLOSE TO UNIVBB8ITT. CALL PAM A BUYERS BARGAIN 4 BED. 1% BATH. CONVENIENTLY LOCATED 1 YEAB OLD BEADY FOB YOU TO MOVE IN. CALL PAUL TWO HOMES — BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES — lO^-aatmaefcilla iBMtadsyftratwdk. SEE V8 VOl COmiEICIAL # INDU8TBIAL PEOPEKTY SiBICEIiTT AND INTEGEITf IS OCE 8PECIAI.TT. SOUD COMFORT S BED. BOULDBB CITY HOME ON qUIBT CONVENIENTLY LOCATED CUL • DE SAC. GBBAT SHADE TBEB IN FBONT TABD. FENCED BACK AND SIDES. SEVBBAL FBUIT TKBBS. WOULD MAKB BXCBLLENT INVESTMBNT PBOPBBTY. CALL PAUL LOWEQUm NO tlUAUmNG TO TABB OVBB THE EXISTING V.A. LOAN LOCATED IN BIOHLAND HILLS. S BED. 1% BATH, t CAB 6ABA6B. BALANCED POWBB. ONE YEAB EBAQABBANTV. CLOSE TO MGN SOMXR BBAUTIfUL CA8A LINDA BOMB WITH LAB6B COUNTBT KITCHKN, COVBBBD PATION, t CAB OABAOB. BABTH TONE DECOK. CALL JOAN OB BBTTY. TREB OF ND6NB0RS MS ACBU or VACANT LAND IN PAST GBOWINfi ABBA OP HENDBBSON. CALL KKN ^ FOB THE PBICE OF ONE. THBEE BEDBOOM HOME ON A COBNEB LOT IN TBACT TWO THAT HAS A FAMILY-DINING BOOM ADDITION AND BEMODELED KITCHEN, PLUS SEPABATE MOTHEB-IN-LAW QUABTEBS. EVENINGS CALL DOBA AT 5SS-MSS. MORE COMMERCIAL 17S' OF BOULDBB HIGHWAY FBONTAGE CLOSE TO 7-11. WILL SELL ALL OB PABT. CALL KEN. SEC 27 BEAUn BEAUTIFUL 3 BED. 2 BATH CUSTOM HOME WITH SPECTACULAB VIEW OF LAS VEGAS. THE SPANISH STYLE WITH FULL WALL nBEPLACE, CONVEB8ATION PIT, SUNKEN LIVING BOOM, TILED BATHS, AND MUCH, MUCH MOBE MAKE THIS HOME A MUST ON YOUB SHOPPING LIST. CALL KEN FOB AN APPOINTMENT. SUPER AREA LOVELY HIGHLAND HILLS 4 BED. HOME. DOUBLE PANED WINDOWS. CLOSE TO SCHOOLS, PABE AND COUNTBY CLUB. COVEBED PATIO. BLOCK WALL, OWNEB MOVING AND ANXIOUS. CLOSE TO PARK TWO NEW HOMES CLOSE TO CITY PABK. 3 BED. 1^ BATH. STATE IN8UBED MONEY AVAILABLE TO QUALIFIED BUYEBS. CALL KEN WE STRIVE TO PLEASE OWNEB VEBY FLEXIBLE ON FINANCING THIS NEW 3 BED. 1% BATH BOULDBB CITY HOME. HE WILL CABBY MAJOB POBTION OF EQUITY. V.A. LOAN CAN BE ASSUMED. LET US SHOW AND SELL. CALL PAUL 2M-MM. PRNK OF OWNERSHIP SHOWS IN THIS LABGE 2 STOBY HOME ON A QUIBT CUL DE SAC. PLENTY OF BOOM FOB A POOL. B.V. PABKING, SUNKEN UVING BOOM. LABGE FAMILY BOOM, FOBMAL DINING BOOM. CALL JOAN. ONLY tSlMt. CONVEWENT ONE YEAB BIEW HOME IN FAST GBOWING ABBA OP HBNDBBWN, CLOSE TO PABK 3 BEDBOOM 2 PULL BATH COBNEB LOT. DISH WASHBB, BANGE AND OVEN • BBAUTIFUL KITCHEN CABINETS. UPGBADBD CABPBT JUST WAITING POB A NEW FAMILY CALL JOAN EVENINGS ig4-13ll KM%wB I W^E^tvv I CLEANNOME WATBB SOPTBNBB, AUTOMATIC 8PBINKLBBS, ALL APPUANCBS INCLUDING WASHBB AND DBTBB. TO SBB THIS 3 BED.. 1% BATH BOMB CALL DOBA. LOW, LOW UTIUTIES NEAT AND ROOMY 3 BED., HAS A LABGE COUNTBY KITCHEN. EASY ENTEBTAINING WITH THIS CONFOBTABLE PATIO AND AOUGHROY POOL. MATURE LANDSCAPING, 8PRINKLEBS FBONT AND BEAB. BLOCK WALL. CALL BETTY OB JOAN. NEW WALLPAPER AND PAMY ENHANCE THIS THBEE BEDBOOM HOME THAT INCLUDES ALL APPLIANCES. THEBE'S A GARAGE WITH BXTBA STORAGE TOO! CALL DOBA TO SEE THIS LOVELY HOME. NIGHUND HILLS BEST BUY IN THE ABEA. NEWLY PAINTED INTEBIOB. OVERSIZE MASTER REDBOOM COULD EASILY BE MADE INTO 4TH BED. POUBLE DRIVE. AUTOMATIC SPRINKLEBS. CALL JEAN. BACKONMARKH SUPEBCLEAN AND ATTRACTIVE 3 BED. HOINE IN HIGHLAND HILLS. GOOD TERMS. CALL JAYNE. IT'S GOOD HOUSE SENSE IF YOU LIKE AN ATTBACTIVE HOME IN A GOOD NEIGRBOBHOOD, COME AND SEE THIS 3 BED., 2 BATH HENDEB80N HOME. IT HAS AN OVEB-SIZED 2 CAB GABACE, UPGKADEO CABFETING AND CUSTOM DBAPES. OWNEB WILL SELL FUBNISHED OR UNFUBNI8HED. CALL PAUL FOB MORE INFO. 2n-SM. UNDER $6200 GREAT LOT POB BETIBEMENT OB INVESTMENT. MEADVIEW ABIZONA. CALL PAM FOB FUBTHEB INFO. ONLY S57,9O0.00 LESS THAN 2 YEABS OLD. BAPIDLY GBOWING ABEA OF BENDEB80N. DOUBLE PANED WINDOWS. BBEAKFAST COUNTEB. 3 BED. 1% BATHS. FENCED YABD, GABAGE. CALL a AJH* CONDO FOR SAU $39,950 2 BEDBOOM, 1 BATH, 1 YEAB E.B.A. WABBANTY END UNIT, NEXT TO POOL PBBmCT POB A BBTIBBD COUPLE. CALL JOAN EVENINGS BS4-13il. ONE YEAR E.R.A. WARRANH ONE YEAB E.B.A. WABBANTY COMES WITB THIS ATTBACTIVE FAMILY BOMB. POUB BEDBOOMS. 1% BATHS AND A GABAGE WITH KXTBA 8T0BAGB. FOB AN APPOINTMENT TO SEE CALL DOBA BVKNINGS AT MALIOr It7-A WATEE STREET ^BENDEKSON VALLEY EANK BUILDING 564-2727 SMNevBdt Hwy^ No.S BonldcrClty 293-56461 Z.'T lUeMlay, juiy xaew SHAKLEE PtODUaS Rhoda DK HaRadone .Authorized Distributor 293-4350 B.C. We'll Call On You" OA NilD TO SIU YOUl House? Wl WIU BUY ITNOWI Cwk • 3*3-1*13 Cu^y" tmitS, bK PBBE: 2 taillcf s Maax Ut, teas. Call 8M-23I0. P MOBILE HOME FOB SALE ia B.C. park. Fer iafb. call SSS-1144. B.C. VMMWMIMAAMMAM AARON FENCINO Free itlirrftaie* Chain Unk t Wood fencing 30 Yean Exp. Pit. 4S1-3190 I • Phgell Menaerson Home News, Henderson, NCVB( CARPn CUANING Reasonable rates • beautlftil results BOULDER on CARPIT CARE <^ FREE EST. Call 293-4148 '%'%*%*^*>'^'%%'>%l%%i%M%M%M^^ WANT ADS L R. B/S MAINTENANa SpeclaliBiag in iBterior and Extrrlor Painttag Brush and RoU. Also, Airless Sprayer. Call Urry for FREE ESTIMATES, 29S-S605. Beeper S81-21SS or After I pjn. ttt-521S. B.C. License No. 19B4, B.C. Ai ^tAMAMMMMSWka HELP WANTED medical •ssistant waated §n back offloe. Pait-tine. Experieace helpfol. 2M-21S. WANTED TO BUY IN B.C., t or 4 bdrm bonse or lot. Priacipais oaly. 2S34<23. B.C 'A%M •MII0S4 D. "JIM" JINSiN • aOKIR JENSEN'S REALTY 219 WATER ST. HENDERSON, NV. 390IS • 564-3333 SPECIAL OF TBE WEEK ^^ FAMILY SIZE TOWNBOUSE CLOSE TO TOWN. Tbis 3 bedroom bonw is a great way to begia at a reaioable price. Access to pool and recreation. Call ... Jim. IF YOU ABE CBEATIVE „. you will deHnitely | want to see tills custom home on a quiet sec|l luded 1 acre lot. Big covered patio for BBQ't, <| parties and a good play area for children. Over 2,900 gq. ft. with many extras. Corral for horses. Comer lot For appt. to see... CallJim. BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM HOME in prestigious Black Mountain Golf and Country Club area. L^rge kitchen, formal dining room, custom carpet and drapes, 2 fireplaces. Heated Pollard Pool and Jacuzzi. Paved RV Parking. Block walled. Exterior lighting. Call Al. I EASY TAKE OVEK OF EXISTING LOAN on this tastefully decorated 3 bedroom, 1.79 bath home with woodburning fireplace, garage, large fenced block yard k sprinklers. Easy entertaining on large covered patio surrounded by shrubs, roses and trees. Beautiful view of the Las Vegas Valley. Close to shops, schools, and parks ... Call Katharine. SUPEB COMMEBCIAL VALUE. ZONED C-t Run your own business and live next door in neat & lovely 2 bedroom, 1 bath home with sunken family room. Lots of extras. Approx. 730 sq. ft. of block garage. Priced right. Hurry on this one. It won't last... Call Curtis. CASA LINDA $10,000 00 and Uke over payments on this super clean 2 bedroom home. Comer lot on cul-de-sac. Owner will carry part of down pymt... Call Paul. DOLLHOUSE OVEBLOOKING LAKE MEAD completely remodeled. Perfect ft>r vacation. Terms. Ownr will carry ... Call Paul. SUP INTO THE EASE OF COUNTBY UVING IS min. ft-om Lake Mead. 1 acre view lot with fireplace. Fantastically beautiful and roomy kitchen and a covered patio all set for summer BBQ's. This quality custom home can be yours without high interest rates because the owner { will carry... Call Alice. INVESTMENT POTENTIAL This 3 bedroom, 1 bath home sits on a R-2 lot. Room for another | unit. Within walking distance of town & shopping for the low price of only $45,000.00... Call Katherine. SUPEB VUSTOM HOME Custom drapes, custom fireplace, custom t>ookcase It shelving in^'^ family room. Lots of tile, plus upgraded carpet FHA, VA, COtiV. Owner will carry. Won't | last... Call Paul. HIGHLAND HILLS 4 bedroom, 1.75 bath I home with large fenced yard, blanced power I and double garage. Price includes range, refrigerator, washer, dryer and water soitner. Great location ... Call Katherine. DOLL HOUSE under|42,000: Brand new home under construction. 3 bed., 1.75 bath, laundry room, large living room, 1 car garage, buyer can choose carpet and appl. colors. Huriy on this one! Other new homes in this area cost much more!!... Call Paul. CBEATIVE nNANCING: Available in this spacious 2600 sq. ft. home zoned for horses. 4 bedrooms, 3 plus baths, tile roof, intercom, central Vac, microwave oven, wet bar, double fireplace, formal dining, below appraisal ... Call Paul. WHY WAIT? here is your building lot in Section 27, $18,000.00 is the price end owner will carry a 2nd mortgage ... Call Sally. BUILDEB'S DELIGHT • Only 2 left: Nice building lots with utilities close by. Good terms... Call Paul. ACBES IN SECTION I -. Call Jack. 1ACBE COBNEB LOT Prime area of Section 27... Call Paul. 5 ACBES!! SECTION If in ranch estate area on Desert Rose ... Call Jim. ATTN. DEVELOPEBS AND LAND SPBCULAT0B8: 3.10 Acres of R-3 Land in Best area of Henderson. City approval for 70 apartments. Some terms available... Call Curtia. OPEN MONDAY THBU SATUBDAY 9-M AM to •:$• PM Jia JeaacB I Allct Fls I Jack SaMaaaa Al LeFraaeaU Paal Oargis -. I Cartls Yoaag I Sally Jeaaoa ,.MS-3TT Mitchell M...gTI>f7Sg .....ISg>gg7S ...jas-ggn II Beat or salei 4 bdra. oa large comer lot ea tatvre Golf Course. 21M sq. fl. Beat, Itl*. Sale price, $12S,M$. B.C. 2M-eStt. FOB BENT: 3 bdrm., 2 bath, 2 car garage, new Lewis HoBse. $!•• MO., 1st, last Plas secarlty. No pets. 2gS-4723a(lerS.B.C. HMRSMHMMaWMHM HELP WANTED, slot change persons. Apply in person. GOLD STRIKE INN. B.C. tmmmmmmmmmMmM. I LOW INTEBEST STATE MONEY available on Henderson Townhouse. 3 bdrm., 14 bath. $43,000. Owner Licensee 4S-101. LOST: BritUay Spaniel. 8 • MS. old. Lost Sanday in vicinity of Ave. M., B.C. Please call 2S-44t. SWAP MEET MEBCHANDISE... Close out prices... Sunglasses.. Jewelry ... Dolls ... Wstcbes ... SM-3835 saytime. 1M9 VW STATION WAGON. Buns good. $$M. Ph. 2$S-2n. TWO BEDBOOM, Ik, both home for rent.^ Brand new with flrep-J} lace, mini • blinds aad^ will be fully landscaped. 1425. mo. first, last months required plus refundable security deposit of 1200. Call 293-3904. B.C. Ten Unit Motel, Weils, Nev. for sale or trade. $115,000. Equity, $05,000 Exc. income, good condition, very expandable. Ph. 7e-7Sr399t. f^^f^ fl W. Your home is your castle ^ Vv ''' Try the HENDERSON PIAZA APIS. • 2 Bedroom Rgafr Unfura Pool 730 Center St Hdri i 565-7512J PBEE TO GOOD HOM^, with fenced yard. Saull mixed Lab Betrievcr. Around I to 7 mos. old. Mast love aalmala. 5S3-7879. For rent: A spacious house that must be seen to be sppreciated. Unfurnlshed. Adults with references welcome. 293-1710. B.C. For sale: Good transportation car. 1909 Ford Toriao G.T. Buns good. Body dinged. $475. Ph. 298;)ai4J3r Window AC, Wards saper duty, $150.42" Gas range, white w oven, rotisserle, broiler grill, .ISO. Wsler softaer, $150. VIU Muter Slender Cycle wtimer A speedometer, $150. 10x10 storifgebldg. New. still in box, $150.400 Pueblo Blvd., Hdn. Trailer EiUtes. Hdo. I PAYING DISCREET | f. CASH for quality an:S ^tiques. THE PAK S RAT, 524 Nev. Hwy.,:§ B.C. :g 293-4709. :$ MKrS FAMTRIG SiRVKI Reaidential — Commercial ***;•••* 2t3-9720 SSl-tlM "" Home Beeper Free ettimatea—State Uc. No. 017SU ^"-'^'^ '^ 3 BDBM HOISE FOB BENT, 2 Ml batks. Available AugMtbA-C, carpet 293-lgSS. B.C. FOB BENT: 3 bdra., 2 btk. aoae to dawatowa. $39e mo. $200 depoBlt. Pb. 504-8403. Geaaral' B la stfl cai dlakaraskar • aloe, eoadltloa, SIOOL uvtiasa. _, 3 bdra. aaf. Valley View hoaa far laai AvalL Aag. 1. Adalta oaly, aa pata. 1st, laat B cloaalagiepaaH.CaUWed.or1l|krB.. S4709b(roea8u^* HYDE & ASSOCIATES Bart Hyde 293-2144 Cstkeriae Bagh. rarol Roxich... 293-4950 UcMMtJ RBBI iflHft IrMwr 1028WyMiiiig Boulder City, Novado 293-6014 .-_*l^?f!5 —A^ll — ACREAGE • 2 bedroom, 1 bath hoaMOMOOt. • 2 bedroom, separate garage, $32,000. • 2 >*4Mom large garage, $g9,9M.OO. $10,090 dMra. • Lovely Subdivision No. 11 Lot, $52,000. • Ciairmont HeigbU, Lake View Late, $gOJOO. U SOSJgg. 30% OFF WOVEN WOODS MINI BLINDS • Custom Bilt ,^'^JJ!,^V*!"i^' • Kirsoh Bonlder Ciiy interiors a EvolJr ^^ NS:''S ^V^T '? ^^^^^^^^^^^Boulde^lty^Ie^da BOULDER REALTY 4Ui NevadiJ Hiuhv\.:-. '>9.i-;{'i:j2 (t 29:5 .litoo ;\<^?ni^ -"W^^f/-^ .^S^^ ^ Sir t;'D.ii,i €:C€-€€CC€^ y .•'.' .•: • >•."-:' ^y .w AV .•:<•" Ha^|ojutCiiiMS(ia|i OIL PAINTING CLASSES BY TY DENNETT s:s '> Loaded, Ranger XLT,;::^^ FOR SALE • "•*•<:. Powe' brakes, :?;i F \/IV 0/1.AJAJ jj5^ ^j„^g Cruise-^?: Control, Tilt Wheel, %;^ 1Q7Q FflltTI Tinted Glass, Custom^^iji l/5> l4 KFIRST WESn XN PL\Z'% SllTE IM Call for info. Yl '!• ) NEV. HWY. BOl LDEB (ITV ^fi}r^^^ BRONCO HOI SE FOB SALE, 2 story. 4 bdrm, 2H baths, double garage, extra large lot. Assunuble loan iWh interest. 293-5238. B.C. 293:-.<•. ?/•.• riVi^VjK' <^ MAiro* lioh Olsen Realty & Insurance Inc, Rpahor-MLS ^^ 6 ff liter St., Hendenon^^ii^ 36t-l8:il PAUL'S PLASTERING Stucco work refinishing houses, small additlnns Cair293-3138 or EVERYONE LOVES a fireplace and tbis home has one ia the family room. Darling kitchen. Roomy, & nice, gorgeous yard, enclosed with block wall. Storage house and workshop. 3 BEDBOOM CINDER BLOCK WITH ALIMINVM SIDING BesutifUlly remodelled with custom kitchen. Family room, fenced yard. Added Laundry room. ECONOMICAL A LOVELY Within walking to downstown. Hardwood floors, 3 br. Dining room & completely remodelled kitchen with range; dishwasher A refkigerator included. Appraised FHA. Beady for occupancy. NIFTY AND THBIFTY 3 Br. 1^4 bath. Owner building larger home to accomodatc larger growing family. Close to schools and shopping Good Value FHA, VA or owner will carry on small do#n, and assume old interest loan. NEAB NEW COMMLTWITY COLLEGE 3 Br. 1% baths with double fireplace in Living room and Family room. Large country style kitchen. Tastefully decorated with custom drapes snd upgraded carpet throughout. Patio off Family room. Small cash out and assume or refinance. WITH JACUZZI 4 Br. 1^ bath with large LB with fireplace. Country style kitchen with breakfast bar and family room. Upgraded carpet and drapes throughout. Priced right. IMPBOVED BLOCK upgraded block home with air conditioning, workshop, extra storage, covered patio. New Carpel and no wax floors. Very coiy and nice. Good cash out for old low interest loan or VA FHA. W'OULD YOU BELIEVE 2 flreplaces, one in Living Boom, one in Dining Family room. Master bedroom is 15 x 10 with large wardrobes, lots of storage. Over 1500 sq. ft. of good living in this 3 br. home. Call 504-1931 for appointment to see. Lots of EXTBA8. POOL TO COOL Fun fbr the fkmlly. Beautifully decorated 4 Br. 1% baths. Bitchen appliances included as well as drapea. Lota of storage. Call for appointment to seeSg4-1831. INVESTMENT OPPOBTUNITY Small Cash Down Well esttblisbed business that caa be handled as one nun operatloa. Would consider trading a rental home as part of the down payment. Seller will flnance. Call Cor deUils. 504-1031. BUILDING LOTS AU Utilities In. j_^ 293-1645. B.C. | BOULDER an 2 bdrm. townhoase, IV^ bath, range, oven, diahwaaher, ref., private yard, carpeting it drapes. |4H. lit mo. rent, plna depoait. Immediate move in. Ph. SBI-B14t or 2S3-ltS5, B.C. S irtiiwioc Poij ClAC Utilities Paid 2 BDRM. UNF. —125. up. RESERVE NOW EASTMINISnR APARTMENTS 565-5304 HELLO OIT THEBE! 2 bcdiaoa, t iUl new, mobile hoae la LAEE MOLTHTAIN BBTAIBB. I have everything anyone coaM pooalMy aai(.int eluding a price tag yon caa aflard. I'a Jaat soarohlag for the right person to give it to. If yea thlak yoa i be the oae, pleaae call Bonlder Beatty aad a man will be glad to bring yoa aver to latredace a^ $0$,S00.00 My Lake'iew lot is lacladad la prtco^aa^ so is my good IHead, the garage. '^ : SOMEWHEBE OVEB THE BAINBOW • Yoall Bad the end of your rainbow la thla laxarloaa Caiiala| home in the Boalder City golf eoarao area. Faaaan ing large bedrooau aad beaatlAU fbraal dlalag.sad liviag areas. Graclaaa u It may be, the balMar aovof lost sight of practlcaUty. Appolataeat aaljr pittao; AND THE SUBVEY SAYS • Yoa waat ga inpa^ with this 3 bedraaa alder haaae la area cMba to dowatowB. Owner will carry. Call tsr Asilhor dotails. Und loaed B 2. Pricedla IBe add STs.' LA DOLCE ^lif^ S564-5959 OArOabi" SmUk Lic ensed Real Estate B roker. —HOMESBRAND NEW!! Excellent location tile roof. 4 bedrooms, 2 baths. Will consider motor home or cabin cruiser u part down payment. $97,500.00. —HENDERSON— Best lay ^ the asasyt Taae nhottse wittfttwi&m Hisl ft t f m PMl Mock wallod yard with epen balcony tor gtA eattoor eateitBa; ing and llvihg. $S9,9g9.0t. T". \ IF YOU DONT LIKE THE UZE, IF YOU DOHT UKE THE jn Y caa (att voar circumstaaaeaaadaaant Intothls raaay 41 1% bath ViOa Del Prida. SaMBet to axMtag FHA loan at gooQjntmf t raie.'$t9gllO.Ot. '^ E-Z DOES lt< BasyOMiaa avallaMa oa thla casSto home overleafclag Boalder CKy Owaer aaxloaa, so present yoal^fBir! Haaa hml b adrao B M. 2 hatha with large Jacassl la ssastOf bath. Top af theBia appliances pad a floor plan that la eoavealoat afd plash. : s CUSTOMIZED CASTLE ON H ACRE • Las V^a beauty. 3 bedroom, 2 plas hath hoaw oa largo coraor cul-de-sac lot. Large r#ck.taro way flroplacc Ji living and iismily rooau. Tap af the Uaa aftlUgflb and aaBsenities too nuacroas to aeatloa. X CBL • NT TEBMft.Owaer very aaidpaa aad la aOstlag tenas yau won't be able to realat CaU far Infbnnatlon. gII9,i0i.00. YOURS FOR 150,50000!! 3 bedroom, 1 bath. Sprinklers to be instolled. area. / JUST MOVE ON IN • to thla deUghttally clean hoae. Spacioaa 3 bedraaa, 1% hatha, cefaiG& Uled entry, aad a kltekea that wUl briag a klfBT cheer to your whale teally. Meat ha aoM aah|aicHa exUtlng FBA lean. Nice AFTIR HOC RS CALL JKANNB A. OUKN Mt MAnCO, aROKEB 104-tnt PBTKR J. OUIN 8-4a8 VIRQIL UeiaNNBY 816-Otol JANET SHAW „ 80M08 LORIN WIUJAMS 80*-0M PAUUNI "TINA" WILUAMS SOi-MSS MICHAKL P. OERGEMYER Sa^OiW DUNE BARLOW JO*-BSa MA110IS MMBNIW • i nh ^ 4^ OttMNIttB MUST SEE TO APPRECIATE!! 3 bedroom, 1 bath. Newly remodeled. Good area. Comer lot with tnit trees. $53,000.00. WILL CONSIDER TRADE! New 3 bedroom, 2 bath. Well below appraisal. Family room with woodburning fireplace. $09,950.00. —MOBILE HOMES— IN VILLA HERMOSA. 3 bedroom, 14 bath. Lovely paneled interiar. Very I well kept. Partially ftirnisked. $13,750.00. Call this | office for deUils. PRICE REDUCED!! 3 bedrooms, 2 bath. 1975 Franklin. $14,950.00. —MOULDER CITY— ADIXTSONLY!! Like new 24 x 52. In Giagerwood. 2 bedrooms, 2 bath. $42,975.00. IN GINGERWOOD. 2 bedroom. 1 bath. Storage shed. RefHgersted sir. All yours for $12,900.00. CORONADO ESTATES!! ADULTS!! 2 bedroom. 2 batb. den (could be a third bedroom). Doable garage. Storage. Very nice. $09,500.00. 197$ ALJO $7,500.00. 5lh WHEEL TRAILER Like new m 393-1613 THf DbMI MUS a3-337 RtAUOR Como H 1010 Novoda MJthwov, "TKo Owno" or COH... G.A. "Carlv" SVITH. IVC. BEOUR tas-isisoRti3-sas7 lOIS MEVADA HIWAY BOIXDER CITY. NEVAD\ CORONADO ESTATES Also aoaaa easy, able, carefkee llvlag la this attractive aaMte hama in Boulder City's flaest BMblte haase eatataa.iVoa own the land plas ISSO s^aart feet of apaetoaa Uving. Large coraer lot, with p laaty of BV porktig and grcea laadacaped yard. Call fK aara dotalla aad appointaeat aaytlae to view thla lavoly koiia. $n,mM. ^. 10 ACBES PBICED TO SELL!! 10 ACBB8 PBICBO TO SELL!! 10 ACBES PBICEDTO SELL!! IgACtBS PBICIDTO SELL!! Call cow far datalla. > MOBILE HOME LOT la Boalder • AU atUUtos'la and located ia grewlu area. Prlcod at $3 g.0O M ^ APARTMENT LAND • Yes, la BanMer aty KMS f^a the aew First Western Plasa. (hoat tenaaJB^ loto and owner will coaaMer real eatate en SUBDIVISION 11 K acre lot ia Sak II. Balldyear own hoae in this prestlgloas area. We'U ahow'fia how and where. WE HAVE A LOT TO OFFEB • Spectacalar vtoMMir Lake Mead that will aever be diatarbod. Nadaaal Park Service land adtaina ea rear p r ap er ty Uao J^celleat bay. ,.„ % PLUS ACBE IN LAKEVIBW • Priced $30.0iBOt. Owners will carry. 2 story kaae caa ha coa atntf ad and a view af Lake abtalaed. ._: OUB SALESMEN WILL BB HAPPY TO ACC6MPANY YOU TO THE BBAUTIFUL LAKB WMHTAIN ESTATES AND SHOW YOU AVAILAMJB HOMES IN THE ABBA. IINE HANSEN, BBOKBB rOM FBIABY JENNIE BABNES IPBGGYMAUCBBI JANICE CBAWFOBD DICK OLSON NMBLDUNAWAY BAY ABNB80N jM-auil jUgjuggi 416 NEV. NWY. Boulder City, Ntv. PHONE 293-32a |

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BJIBn lUia. a • .. ar al a patel ftaa whicb Iha aw earar af MM Sadtoa M baara a ar ar M" W.. a aialaaca af tIM H*t. Wator wlU ba aaad tor Itrlgallaa aaa Saaaatlc parpaaaa trim laaaaiT tot to Slataf aacbyaar. Dato af Ural pabM c altoa St. MM DatotflaatpabUcaltoaMyB. WILUAH i. NEWMAN. PX B-iaa*S4.ia^ l.a M.M. IMS INVTTATION TO B|D TkaBaaalagAalharUyafMa Caaaly af Ctork. Navaaa (baralaaflar raMrtaa la aa Owaar), will racalva aaalaa btM laiinii "BID ON Mil.LBB PLAEA NEW CON8TBVCTION AND BKBABILITATKHK, MMPBBBT STBBBT, LAS VEGAS. NBVADA" aMU S ML PadBc BafUgM aatlagi TMN aa PMaay. l iigatoL,MSaallbaa Maa artalalraflaa BalMlag. MS4 Baal Plaalaga Baa4< Laa Vagaa, Narada (MalUM AAMaaa: PA. Baa iaBY. Baal Laa Vagai Braach, Laa Vagaa, Na*aM MIM) Uely( Thiaai ra^alraS aa SaacrlbaA la Paragraph Na. M af "SapplaaMalary laatradlaai la Sacaaaato, laclaMag ptoaa at Ma OOka af Iha BMcaltoa Diiaclar. la Iha AaMlalalrallaa Baliaiag, Saa4 Baal PlaalMi, Laa Vagaa. Wataaa. OaptoaafMaaacaMatoaayba ablalaaa by AapaaHlag IISS MaONMyafClavfc.Naaaa.tor Ml af aacaaaato aa ahichaapaattwIUbarataaaaStoi wllhia laa (Ml aiva .' lar • • ai MatoaarMparcat.|aMby •apaiato chack. to ratatoaS If Ma aacaaaato ara to ba aaltoa. Plaaa aaa i p a clWeatto aa ara 1. CaaalracUaa Natobaak. saw a Palarla. Laa Vagaa. A*a. IP.W. iMaai UaVa A cartUlaa cback ar baak MaB. iivaMa to Ma Baaalag Aalharity af Iba Caaaly af Clarb. Naraaa. V A. Sai rarabyMabtaSar aaS aaaapMMa aanltaa la mafMabMahMlbai vMbaach blA. (PravMa aaly aaa bM baaa la aaaarAaara wIM Par^nph Na. 17 if "Sapplaaaatory laalracllaaa la BUSiii"). ThaianiiiMHIHirwUlba tol '*''*^!*f*? MjBBaSt,Mrl.aM.SaMM aag WM (M aa toiM te Ma 225 • apaciacaltoaa>wMahMalba I 9MM yMI' MV' R^ |W flPIMBl If |PMi^R< aMTSi 2z2 r ::: T-TT-I • • • • to Ma apaaMgrfbIM Thai ^ .^ aa Ma ligM to nlaal aay ar „ -~ MM ar la wMaa laterGraema Hurry or Coven^MMta to Ma MiM^ try. England, waa in no big BOVaiNO AVTMOBITT OP hurry to eaO it a day-or TBB COVNTT OP CLABB. night-after camping out. NBVAAA On June 19, 1978, he com,„ .. pletad four ywn of sleeping M^ <* ^'" **•*'•' D TBB Bieaia JVMCIAL DIBTBICT OOVBT OT TMB •r ATB or NBTABA. IN AND POa TBB OOVNTT Or NOiBBHl TONeaBAcavA. CANDIDOANa, TBB STATE OB NBVADA ABOVB-NABBD DANT) Taa ara haraby •aa ra^alrad to aarva ai BVBIBL D. eVND [ B. CarwM, Salla lisa, Ua Vaea^ NavaM Mtat. aa aaaar to Ma OMptoM nklah to barawllb aarraa apaa yaa. a4lhta MAayt aBar itnrtoa af Ihto aaaiaaai apaa yaa, aada•toa if Ma Av af aarvtoa. If yaa toUtoaaaa.JaSgwial by SafiTtt TTtlT 1i tiirn ^ilart ria tor Iha laUaf MwaaMa to Ma Thto adtaa to bfiagM to ra' a 1 if I b aralaaara aitollag batwaaa |Caff Maeaa itoin-OfMraUd park under the itar and cclipaad hi* own world record aat "* exaetiy three yean eadier. B-aMraMkM,n,aLKMM tor Ibrlbar reltof aa to awra MUytaltofMlalbat birala. licked on the park but never took it for granted. More important, the selection of the park below the Denton home has never before been a site for a wedding. A Painting Needed to do the Scene Justice Cliff Segerblom, where are you? How can we make our readers see (in living color) the "way it was" on June 14,1980? The park was never to be the same again. Chairs were placed to accomodate the guests... and also the wedding party. The altar was bedecked with flowers, no use of trying to get adjectives together to recreate every exquisite detail. Breathtaking is the closest word. The wedding was a gift of love ft'om parent to child. It was also planned in exquisite detail by that child and by her husband to be. The harmony of family togetherness was so apparent and a sentence would describe what happened thusly. "Never was a child more beloved than Sally Ann Denton" and one guest was heard to say the most beautiAil moment of all was to watch Sara (Mrs. Ralph) watch her daughter throughout the ceremony. Many times over the years we have called Sally's mother, Sara, so beautif\il, but never more than the day Sally became Mrs. Gary Cohn. There is a picture story today to share with our readers. Our thanks go to Sara for the guest list and she would want us to say to her fi-iends who helped so much a "thank you" as splendid and sincere as the flowers and music and bridal ensembles were. The flowers were by Laura Kelly. Live plants were everywhere on the park and later the guests saw a proflision of live plants and flowers at the Denton home where every available space was nUed with tables and chairs, and over it all rose the music. we were spellbound by the singer's Elaine Eardensohn and Gary Marshall. The musicians were Bernard Berman and his String Quartet The music and singing was a prelude to the moment we had waited forl The bride on her father's arm. Never so special a moment was anticipated by so many. We held our breath and later tears fell aa we viewed the happy couple become man and wife. We have covered the bare details of the actual ceremony in a "picture story" and will now introduce the rest of the bridal party. Maid of honor, Denise Bondy, San Francisco, best man. Dr. Williap Kutcher of Washington, D.C., Groomsmen, James Grady, Washington D.C., (He is the author of Three Days of the Condor), Bob Sherman, writerfor JackAnderson, Rickey Foldman, S.FI.'ClifrPalefsky, Atty., S.F., Bob Kole, writer from'N.'V., Mark Denton, Atty.. L.V.. Scott Denton, Medical School, U. of Reno, and Jeff Steam, Atty., Washington, D.C. The brides bouquet was of white roses, candy tuff and baby's breath. A rosebiid of each color appeared in each bridesmaid dress. tlMM^^ C> October .^Sth .iKvq< fiU'i.iHif ob[e( u f,i:,hf.i c1it". 111.then.i,(frM.Hits Why wont they tell US'' |'(; • ii'ir.MiDAi(i:i!>u(W('; NIGBTLT SVN. THBU THUB8. AT SrS* r.M. SHOWS EVEBY HU. a SAT. AT 7at FJL MATINEE EVEBY SAT. a SUN. AT tM PJL ADULTS nM^. CULOBBNILSS EVEBY SUNDAY S:M P.M. ) SENIOB CITIZENS ADMISSION $IM YEAR ^ND CLOSE-OUT '81 's Coining Soon All Allegros & Apollos in stock. Some at cost,. below cost and a little above cost during this sale. A few coaclies in stock still have up to MOOCf Factory Rebate. llfG/iO 21'.. .Automatic Air. Buddy SMt. 220 Owai battery wttti alida, wtra gat tank with oaufl*. 13.50(5 BTU roof air. 10.4 cu. ft rafhoaralor. spara tire. wti< carrtar cover, trailer hnph. 4,000 Onan Power plartt and hour ma l ar, front bunk, solid heavy ourtain, AM/FM tape deck, arm real, hob caps, tun vtsort, crulae control, lire extlngulaher, screen door, monK tor panel, driver door, (^odge etiaaala. raar bath. No. 1046. '*14,995 APOLLO BRAND NEW 26' similar to lllMtnUon 4 KW Power Plant, Automaitio, entry 9tep, wheel covert, gas detector, 13,500 BTU Roof Alr.CB Radio package., pectric rotating apottlght No. R0912. <27,995 V TW MME PIMMia AN M KflK MOrPil AT MMM M... VOE NTIIMT Mm SUNLAND RV CENTER Tka Ma atau Comtl to Uon ic tfiat of Maaiaahutatti, wMaa Mm adopted in ITtO. 3333 E. Fremont Cornef ol 457-8046 ^ Our People Comment On Reagan For Con He Beat President Carter? RECEIVED JIJL 2 '"1953 STiOEtiakjc^ 3-^ m ii*-^i i ^ I • Thnndity.JalyM, By Lorna Kestcraon A sampling of how our commanity feels about the nomioation of Ronald Reagan as the Republican candidate for president and whether the residents interviewed feel he can beat President Carter, brought out many interesting comments. Rather than soanuurlw the results, we decided to just give some of the comments made by our residents. People were polled at random ftwsk the telephone book and we promised not to use names. Here are some of the comments. ~I don't care for Ronald Reagan but he probably will boat Carter. -It's hard to say. I'm unimpressed with the meetings of the Republican party laat week. I'd rather not comment. -I hope Reagan wins. Anyone could beat Carter. -I don't even vote. It's not worth it. -I Imagine Reagan could beat Carter. We don't have too much choice. "I'm very pleased with Reagan's acceptance speech at the convention. He should beat Carter hands down. -Both sttnk, but Reagan's the best of the two. -I'm going to vote for Carter. -My husband and I have talked alMUt it but we have not reached any definite conclualona. -I think Reagan can boat Carter, he's the lesser of the two evils. Carter has done so poorly I think he can't win. -I'm a Democrat. I'd rather have Carter uan Reagan. WITH WIIKLY SHOPPIRS WHICH INCLUDI MIRCHANTf MISSAOIS THAT SIRVI ALL 10.000 HOMIS IN THI HINMRSON-ROULOIR CITY ARIA. Our 32nd Year S9th Edition HENDERSON. NEVADA PHOIVE 54-188]-AlI Departments Good Morninig! Today u Thunday, July 24, 1980 ALPER WANTS $50 MILLION— SKY HARBOR MAY BE 'RELIEVER AIRPORT Bottom Line By Lorna Kesterson On Tuesday in this column I complimented Centel for publishing a special phone book for Henderson. Tuesday afternoon I had occasion to look for a Green Valley number and would you believe ~ there are no Green Valley numbers in the Henderson book. Green Val^ -ley is a viable part of the community. I called the telephone office ^nd asked for public relations, but never got an answer as to why Green Valley was not included In our new custom phone book. Then later in the evening I received a call fi-om a local resident who did not receive the Henderson book and wanted to get one. He couldn't find out where to get one and the phone company told him to call the writer of this column. I don't distribute the books but I surmise that the phone v company was responsible for ^ having them printed. The Henderson post office is going to make some changes in the entrance to the building. Instead of entering on Navy Street and exiting on Market, Tom Olson tells me the new entrance will be from Market Street and the exit on Navy. The mail deposit boxes will also be moved accordingly. The change will be made as soon as the signs are printed and installed.^ DONATION FOR HOME Knights of Columbus presented a check to Tom Miller, left, executive director of the Nevada Catholic Welfare for Marian residence for unwed mothers, to be constructed in Henderson. Shown are Don Jaye, center, past grand knight of Council 2828, and Kay DeNeal, grand knight of 2828. Firemen Exploin —To The Citcens Of Henderson For some time now, you have been hearing about how we, the Firefighters, have been complaining about hanging the American • flag on holidays; and that wc are unpatriotic. Nothing could be farther from the truth. For the past fifteen years, we have hung the American flag on all holidays, and hung them with pride. What we are concerned with is the safety of the citizens of Henderson. When we were hanging or talcing down the flags, with only two men at times in the main station; and the fest of the nags See page 2 Zone Change Sought for Home For Unmarried Mothers A request for a zone change from R-1. one family residence to CV (civic district), for three acres of land on the northeast comer of Lido Drive and Malibu Drive for the construction of a home for unmarried mothers, will be presented to the city planning commission Thursday night at 8 p.m. by the Nevada Catholic Welfare Bureau. Tom Miller will present the application at the city council chambers at a public hearing. Construction is expected to start in September on a 5,000 square foot facility. The building, which will house 12 girls, will be located on Palo Verde Drive, and it is expected to cost around $200,000. Public hearings will also be held on a zone change request from Don Klinger, for rezoning of approximately 80 acres of land which is being annexed to the city near Railroad Pass. The land will be rezoned from R-R, rural residence district, to C-2 (commercial) and R-3, limited residencial. Other public hearings will be held for Jack Elliott, 50 Pacific, and George Wesson, 120 Horizon Dr., foe a zone change from R-Eto C-1 (limited shopping), for five acres at the corner of Pacific and Horizon Drive, and a zone change from commercial to limited multiple residence district for 8 acres located between Morrell Park and Safeway Store. The planners will also discuss an extension of time request by Don Farmer on a resolution of intent rezoning from R-R to R-1, R-3 and commercial, 121 actes near Green Valley. A final map for Village Terrace unit 1, consisting of Zone Change See page 2 Two Condemned Townsite Homes To Be Demofished June Andrews, who works at the Henderson Home News, her husband, Jim and mother Bobbie, returned laat week from a trip to Niagara Falls where they met with other members of their family. They spent some time in the cool mountains in an A-frame cabin where they held a cook • out. The only hitch in the whole aflSair was the flight back and June claims she'll never fly again. Jim Andrews works for Pacific Lumber and Supply in Las Vegas, and June's mother works for G.E. Credit See "BOTTOM UNE" Cont. on page t The City CouncilMonday night authorized the city to call for bids for the demolition of tWo houses that have been condemned, one at 11 Wyoming Street and the other at 15 E. Pacific Avenue. In other actions the council: Referred a claim against the city from Harold C. Trent for flood damages estimated at $5000 to the city's insurance carrier. Referred to planning for a report a petition for annexation at the request of Fleck Realty for 65 acres in a portion of Section 12. Referred tq planning and set a public hearing for Sept. 2 a petition for a PURD for Greentree at the Bluffs for 210 units on 36.9 acres in Section 4. Approved a tavern and retail liquor license for the Shanty Bar (formerly Our Place Lounge) at 1538 N. Boulder Highway for Phyllis R. VanTilburg. Approved the addition of the names of Frank M. Carozza (Frankie Carr) and Edward J. Whicker to the existing retail restaurant liquor license and gave tentative approval, pending state Gaming Commission approval, for the operation of three "21" games and 70 slot machines. Referred to planning for a report and set a public hearing for a petition for the vacation of an alley, in section 164 of Sierra Vista City at the request of John C. and Frank M. Kish. Approved an ordinance that will reclassify 15 plus acres in Green Valley East Unit 3 subdivision from R-2, two family residence district, to R-1, one family residence district. Approved an ordinance that will reclassify property on Tin Street, 2.5 acres, from R-1 to R-3, limited multiple residence district. 72 Young Men Register For Military Draft As of Tuesday night a total of 72 young men had registered for the draft at the Henderson post office, according to Tom Olson, postmaster of the Henderson station. Olson said 33 young men registered Monday and 39 on Tuesday. "That seems to be about the average," according to Olson.* All young men bom in the years 1960 and 1961 must register, with men bom in 1960 registering during the first • week and those bora in 1961 registering during the second week. They must register regardless of physical condition. By Lola J. Cherry With McCarran International Airport now delaying flights because of overcrowding, and with North Las Vegas airport reaching a saturation point, the Clark County Commissioners are thinking of looking elsewhere for additional air facilities. According to John Solomon, manager of McCarran, in recent months traffic controllers have been holding airplanes in line awaiting take off and landing instructions and because of the crowding, there will be a need for a second reliever airport in the very near future and'a need for ft tiiird such IkcUitr^ boiOro 1990 if Laa Vegas continues to grow. North Las Vegas air terminal, which is the reliever airport for McCarran listed more than 180,000 general aviation aircraft in or out of the field. General aviation is the term applied to privately flown or smaller corporate aircraft. Solomon said North Las Vegas is reaching its saturation point and because of home building in the area, may not be able to expand its facilities much farther. McCarran, according to Solomon listed 232,000 arrivals and departures last year and at least half of those were general aviation Solomon says he has drawn up a proposal for the commissioners listing Henderson's Sky Harbor airport as the possible second reliever facility. He noted that the increase in air passenger traffic may make it necessary to limit general aviation aircraft at the major international facility. The proposal was presented to the commissioners for study recently and Solomon said there was a misunderstanding on the part of the operators of North Las Vegas Airport who thought the addition of Sky Harbor would eliminate North Las Vegas as a reliever airport. He said there are no plans for the elimination of North Las Vegas. Arby Alper, owner and operator of Sky Harbor told THE HOME NEWS this week that he has not been officially contacted by the commissioners, though Solomon has broached the subject unofficially. He said he would be wilAiport Seepages aBaKSM^su^jte^